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Washington takes over first place in NFC East with blowout of Cowboys on Thanksgiving
"Football team? Beating the Cowboys yesterday wasn't even close 41 to 16 to put Washington in first place in the NFC East. Yes, A four and seven record gets you into first place in the NFC East this year. Yeah,
As President-Elect Joe Biden Doubles Down On Calls For Unity, Supporters Have Doubts
"Calls for unity and healing. But as NPR's Toby a. Smith reports, many of his own supporters are having a hard time letting bygones be bygones. He's been saying it since his first speech as president elect, Biden implored everyone to put away the harsh rhetoric give each other a chance and end what he calls this grim era of demonization in America. So that's a wonderful sentiment. It's probably a really sweet pipe dream. Abby Gold 59 year old Democrat from Arizona thinks it may be generations before the rancor subsides enough for any real rapprochement. We're not gonna have any healing until the public at large words to have a nice cup of shut up before they say whatever is on their minds, hoping to help many around the nation are ramping up trainings for cross the aisle conversations. Julie Bowler is with a group called Braver Angels, which runs red blue workshops that aim for common ground and civil discourse. When you have the experience yourself of feeling a little opening a little less frantic rejection, Then you've learned at least that it is possible for some of that softening toe happen, and it's a humanizing process. Enrollment is way up this fall, but Bowler concedes it may be a self selecting crowd that's open to dialogue. There are plenty who would be hard to convince, including 64 year Old New Yorker, Darwin, Bush. When he sees bridging the gap with die hard trump supporters as a bridge too far. This is not an alternate viewpoint. This is racism, Hate lying demagoguery, sociopath, E. What else can I say? Bad people? Capital B. A. D. I will not sit in table with them. I will not have a conversation with them. Nor what Elizabeth and Tracy Murphy, an interracial couple in Georgia, who say they've been harassed, even spit at by people they believe were fueled by the president's divisive rhetoric. For any fence mending, Tracy Murphy says Trump supporters would have to straight up admit that they made a mistake and apologized. It's their turn to extend the olive branch. They're the ones who messed up everything. It's not my job to fix it. You know, is a funny thing that the person who was the victim always has the end of being the bigger person. But many on the right are just is adamant that they're the ones Odin apology by what they see as radical socialists threatening American values. Virginia Republican Katherine Schoonover says she's all for bipartisan cooperation. But she calls Democratic calls for unity. Disingenuous. I don't know how you go from telling everybody that they're all secret Nazi fascists, bigoted, racist people. And then you're going to say, But now let's come together. It's just ridiculous coming from the Democrats now and especially, she says sin. She believes the claims even though there's no evidence, backing them up that the Democrats stole the election. It's shocking, and I think that if if the Democrats try to ram this down of race throats, you have a real problem. It's exactly why Darryl Dwayne, a 51 year old Biden supporter from Washington, D. C has been echoing Biden's calls for unity and imploring his friends, too. Not dig in their heels. Unfortunately, that's a recipe for civil war. But so far, Dwayne says, he's not made a lot of headway. I've gotten in trouble for it. I've gotten called nasty names for being Kumbaya. Same with 58 year old New York Democrat Vincent Downing, who's with a group of humanists calling for more cross the aisle, empathy and understanding. Even though Trump supporters may dehumanize him. He says he won't stoop to the same level. But Downing says it's challenging as he put it. He also tends to think like any good lefty would When I just think I'm right. Right. Right. Right.
Weekend curfew imposed for unaccompanied minors at Washington DC area's National Harbor
"Cases, Prince George's county officials have instituted a weekend curfew for unaccompanied minors within the National Harbor complex. That starts today. So anyone 17 and younger who's unaccompanied will not be allowed at the National Harbor on Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights from 5 P.m. until 6 A.m., a Fairfax County gun show
Biden overtakes Trump in Georgia count as tally nears completion
"Came and went, and America still has no clear winner after the presidential election. Now, Joe Biden is still ahead in electoral votes, and he is also now ahead by over 1000 votes in Georgia. Which is one of several states that have yet to be called since election night. Meanwhile, the president believes he will be the winner at the White House yesterday. He predicted that the election will go before the U. S. Supreme Court. Maryland has
Dave Chappelle to host first Saturday Night Live after the election again
"Dave Chappelle is going to be hosting Saturday Night Live's first post election episode, November 7th. He did the same thing four years ago. No word yet on who is going to be joining him as the musical guest.
San Francisco War Memorial & Performing Arts Center
"To voices of the community which explores critical issues facing Northern California communities. We introduce you to the voices of community thought leaders and change-makers who are working on solutions that face our fellow individual community members neighborhoods cities and our region. This is George Custer your host. This episode is part of our series exploring covid-19 s impact on nonprofits and small businesses in San Francisco. We started the series back in April of 2020 during the whole page of the first phase of the covid-19 pandemic and the shelter-in-place requirements over these past nine months the covid-19 pandemic and economic meltdown has wiped out millions of jobs in both the nonprofit and small business sectors as well as shuddered tens of thousands of small business operations. The goal of the series does shine a spotlight on the nonprofit's small businesses wage under staff who are struggling to deal with the impact of the covid-19 pandemic on their operations services and sustainability the series of interviews. We conducted features voices from across section of organizations that make up the fabric of our community. Each of them brings a unique perspective on how they and we are dealing with the issues facing our community during the global pandemic and economic depression. But at the outset of this and ongoing it's been people who are used to Bringing people together who have been forced to keep people apart Hospitality workers entertainers. We're the ones who have really had to click on other and keep people safe by keeping them apart and this episode. Our featured voice is John called in the managing director of the San Francisco war memorial and Performing Arts Center the San Francisco Memorial and Performing Arts Center opened in 1932 with a production of Tosca by the San Francisco Opera the war memorial name commemorates the people who served in the first world war zone. It is one of the largest Performing Arts centers in the United States covering 7.5 acres in San Francisco's Civic Center historic district and totals 7,500 seats. Mom gets multiple performance venues. I'm join remotely be assumed by Sean called in managing director of the San Francisco war memorial Performing Arts Center. Thanks for being here John. I would like to begin. And by having you share with us a little bit about the war memorial and Performing Arts Center. I think for most San Francisco people. They walked by it there a McAllister and Venice across from City Hall and they're like, oh it's a month old building. So it would be great if you could get a share or Memorial and how the memorial and Performing Arts Center work with Arts and Cultural organizations to say, we're just go. Oh absolutely. Thanks for having us on George excited to be here today. The San Francisco war memorial and Performing Arts Center is in the heart of San Francisco, right across Van Ness Avenue San from San Francisco City Hall. We have a number of performer venues here including Davies Symphony Hall the War Memorial Opera House and then inside the Veterans building. We have the Herbst theater. There was a center for Opera which hosts both the Toby Atrium theater and the Brian Crain station studio. And we also have a really fabulous event space called The Green Room all in all we can host over 7,000 patrons any given evening and pre covid-19 do that with juice. The ballet performing alongside the symphony San Francisco performances being in Herbst theater all that could happen in one night. So we're both a home for culture and art in San Francisco as well as a huge economic driver for the region. We've been here since nineteen thirty-two. Our resident company is the San Francisco Ballet the San Francisco Opera the San Francisco Symphony and then San Francisco performances, of course is off the primary users of the Herbst theater, and we've had a long partnership with them as well. So I think that we're one of the cornerstones of cultural activity in San Francisco and really proud to be a department of the city county of San Francisco and then fun fact a historical the charger for the was actually signed their trips theater. That's correct. All of the plenary sessions took place in the Opera House. The UN Charter was signed off stage of what was then the veterans Auditorium, which is now known as the Herbst theater and the Japanese peace Accord was also negotiated in the opera house. So we're really big site for history. A lot of folks don't understand wage. Why UN Plaza is called UN Plaza, but it's called UN Plaza because indeed the charter was signed here and for a brief period they actually almost put the headquarters of the United Nations here in San Francisco before they decided to place them in New York. Yeah, we host a lot of history here and still continue to provide a meeting space to Veterans groups and a number of other non-profits working on behalf of veterans causes here in San Francisco. So
Storm Zeta racing along after slamming into Louisiana
"Zeta is now a tropical storm After making landfall yesterday along the Louisiana coast as a Category two hurricane, it brought heavy rain, dangerous storm surge and high winds to the region. At least two deaths have been
Berlin Model Y Timeline, TSLA Stock, Consumer Reports Autopilot Ranking
"Everybody robbing our here and today we're going to start off talking about about Tesla stock obviously a tough day for the markets. Today, we have some news on Mata. Why from gigabytes win an update from consumer reports on self driving technology and some news on the Fiat Chrysler Tesla credit situation. So Tesla's stock today was down four point four percent to four hundred and six dollars two cents compared to the Nasdaq down three point seven percent. So I think most of that move tesla was macro driven the S. and P. Five hundred and the Dow Jones Index had their worst days since. June I don't think volatility should be expected. Of course, we're heading into the US federal election next that's on Tuesday and a lot of places. Today are attributing the down market to a continued rise in covid nineteen cases, and in some locations that is causing restrictions that had previously been relaxed to be put back in place. So for example, I'm pretty close to Chicago. We heard today or yesterday that they are closing down indoor dining, and as we head into winter, obviously outdoor dining can be a little bit less appealing. So that can have even bigger economic impact than it would have during. The summer months for example and places like Colorado there at restrictions, doing things like closing down gyms. So we're seeing this all happen at the same time as the election approaches we haven't heard much on another round of stimulus or other. We have heard a lot about it, but we're not seeing any action there yet, and all that seems to be weighing on the stock. But at least at this point in time I don't see a whole lot of fundamental impact for Tesla. I'd be really surprised if had to end up shutting factory again I think eons comments and actions last time. That happened would make it difficult move politically to do that, but it's also not outside the realm of Boston. So we'll keep an eye on things as they develop. All right next up here we've got a story from Tusla Roddy, and before we even get into this unrest GonNa, add a huge preface that this report is just based on one person's interaction with one tesla employees. So a Lotta Times, information like this can just be completely inaccurate, but we're also here just trying find any little tidbit of information that we can. So I do think we're talking about. So test the ratty got. A message from a reservation holder for a model. Y. In the Netherlands and this person told Tesla Rati quote this morning. I got a call from Tesla in the Netherlands with some questions on my order. In that conversation, the Tesla employee told me that they expected deliver my Berlin build model y in q one or q two of twenty, twenty one they had just received an internal update on the billing process and Berlin and quote. So if we again go back to you this nice little timeline that was put together by Toby lend on twitter, we can see that four. Giga Shanghai. It took about five months ago from the first walls being constructed to the first body and and then a little bit over three months after that for first deliveries if Berlin can stay on the same schedule which so far it's actually been a little bit ahead of schedule from what the timeline was for. Shanghai could be looking at the first body and white sometime in January, and then maybe first deliveries sometime around April or may even March, and again that's based on Shanghai and there does seem to right now at least be a possibility of Berlin dragging even faster the other recent information. We got here was from the earnings call when dramatically no. When asked about the use of the pilot for forty six eighty cells and Fremont said quote we can use our pilot production facility in Fremont to support the new factory and Berlin as it ramps and quote. So within twelve months Tesla. Hopes to get that pilot lion to ten gigawatt hours of annual battery production that's a hundred and thirty three, thousand, seventy, five, kilowatt hour packs, and while it's not going to media, we hit that rate it shouldn't be too long from now where the output is you know maybe thousand or two. Thousand packs per month that would seem to hopefully track nicely along with the model why ramp up in Berlin. So again, on book this, saying take this with a grain of salt but to me, this does seem like a pretty plausible timeline q one or to, and this is obviously going to be even more interesting than normal vehicle ramp up would be because of the new technology tesla will be using in the Monowai. From Berlin I think we're all incredibly curious to see what the specs on that vehicle are give thing just while we're on the topic of motto that I want to. Motto I production is just about to explode. Next year I mean think about Tesla said in the ten Q, they're trying to ramp model white production not only in Shanghai not only Berlin but also in Texas in addition to having production of the why in Fremont came out on production on model y over the next two years is going to be incredible and prices are gonNA, come way down on that vehicle as production volume and look Liz ation increase. All right. Let's move onto the next topic here. This is from consumer reports. This got a lot of media attention. Today we're not gonNA spend on the time on it, but consumer reports today came out with their rankings for driver assistance systems, testing such systems from seventeen different automakers, and they actually have Cadillac supercrew coming out on top with a score of sixty nine and Tesla autopilot coming in second with a score of fifty seven. So of course, a lot of attention on this. But as I emphasized in the beginning, this is consumer reports testing for driver assistance systems.
Arnold Schwarzenegger says he’s feeling “fantastic” after latest heart surgery
"Arnold Schwarzenegger had a third operation to correct a heart defect. Cleveland Clinic surgeons replaced his aortic valve Now, just a couple of years ago, Arnold underwent emergency surgery to replace another heart valve that helps the blood flow to the lungs. And his very first heart surgery dates back to
Elton John is getting his own Barbie doll
"Elton John has his very own Barbie doll. Mattel released a special edition Barbie of the icon yesterday to kill Marie. The 45th anniversary of his two sold out shows at Dodger Stadium Back in 1975. So the doll Sports is colorful, zip up bomber jacket with Elton Am Boston cursive across the chest with some flare jeans with his E J initials at the bottom, and the doll also wears this rainbow striped platform boots and a purple Bowler hat. With pink sunglasses
Kanye West qualifies as official write-in candidate in Maryland
"In Maryland Hey, listen up producer Kayla and Toby, You have another option as you cast your ballot in the coming weeks because the state Board of Elections, says Kanye West will be eligible for a write in candidate for president. That means if you decide to put his name down on your ballot It will be counted. It won't naturally appear on it. Kim
Rihanna, Taylor Swift, Madonna & Oprah Make Forbes' Richest Self-Made Women List
"List of America's richest self made women, and there are plenty of non entertainment folks, but it should not shock you that Rianna Taylor, Swift and Madonna are among them. And yes, Oprah is the top celebrity in the mix with a net worth of 2.6. Of a billion dollars. Lady
President Trump Briefly Leaves Washington, DC Hospital To Wave At Supporters From SUV
"House insists it was safe for the president to drive by supporters yesterday while still being treated for covert 19 in the hospital. He waved to supporters outside Walter Reed Hospital from the back of an SUV with it leased to the Secret Service agents inside. Officials say the president could be released from the hospital as soon as today.
Rapid Coronavirus Test Kits Now Available In The Washington, DC Area
"Cobain 19 at home test kits are now available at Safeway pharmacies across the DMV. The tests Cost about $140 with results available within 72 hours by email or text. The test is saliva based, but kits must be requested through schedule. Test dot
Chrissy Teigen loses baby after pregnancy complications
"And John Legend are mourning the loss of their third child. So Chrissy had been hospitalized this week after she was having excessive bleeding during her pregnancy. But she'd reported that she was doing okay. Well. Last night, she revealed that the baby did not survive. Jennifer
US presidential debate: Biden and Trump clash on coronavirus and race
"Night in Cleveland. It's hard to get any word with this clown. Don't ever use the word smart with Mei. Don't ever use that word. Give you because you know what There's nothing smart about you, Jeff. The first debate between President Trump and Joe Biden dissolved into accusations and on repeated occasions, the candidates speaking over one another as usual. He called at one point moderator Chris Wallace stepped into school, Mr Trump, Why don't you observe what your campaign Great to us. Aground Roll. Okay, sir Biden went after Mr Trump on covert 19. He knew this was happening, knew how dangerous we're going, Toby, and he didn't even tell you. The president then said Biden's handling of the pandemic would have been worse. If you were here, you todo it would be two million people. At one point, Mr. Trump was asked by Chris Wallace. Are you willing tonight? To condemn whites of promises and militia gropes not willing to do anything. I want to see people What sir, do it. Give me a name? Give me a hand right? Probably stand back and stand by CBS's John Dickerson's reaction. When the stakes were that high, the debate couldn't have been lower. There's
"i. toby" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"From that from that standpoint you know the The the things that that may or may not have played into you know the way dancer's image. How the case was handled and Peter, Fuller's you know his his leanings socially. The there are a lot of strange things. So we We always enjoy talking to. Two Mill Toby and you know the. The got also voice appreciation for the University of Kentucky. Press because they you know their commitment, frankly their survival needs to be toast that because it was Under duress. From the previous administration in in Frankfurt. So the fact that it continues on and thrives belt. We'll look forward to this I I think you you latched onto another winner. I hope. So I I'm sorry that it's going to be so long getting into people's hands but. You can't argue with the. Well in the meantime they should. They can keep themselves busy with taking sure Gar and nor and and dancer's image, and and if you don't have going all the way back to to the, you know the the thoroughbred legends series. Built did roughing in and. There's you know if you want if you want to read. the somewhat dry mill toby versions his legal. His. Legal. Law Bucks if your if that's your preference but when it has milk name on, it it, it's always engaging melt I really appreciate it. Creates a good words and take care and stay safe. Milk Toby everybody and you can follow melt on twitter built toby and. Go to any any bookstore and in the sports section when it comes or the legal section But order his books I mean, we've talked about every one as they've come out and. For roughly which predated. Goes Way back Those are those those great little the Blood Horse Library books. That must be I don't know twenty of them. Give it takes twenty. Twenty there you go and. All kinds of? All kinds of sports writers and and some people that weren't even really. That really weren't even necessarily. Known as turf writers right that that wrote up. You know it's a great collection of. Their easy reads and they're about horses that everybody ought to know. Exactly and and you know alydar affirmed the rivalry I. mean there's some of those treatments I'll send out a link on that for those that haven't that haven't aren't familiar I'm sure there's some new you know new players and fans that that aren't really sure what we're talking about the thoroughbred legends series milk, toby everybody, and his legal expertise. As, well as his his new project built. Thanks a lot. Thanks a lot Steve Take Care, mill toby and. I send out a couple of different links for everybody. You know. We've been having built on the show for I mean the breath of. It's gotTA. Be. Ten fifteen years whenever whenever one of his books came out and I have not I've not I think maybe one other time. That I reach out for milk for a legal, some legal expertise when it came to equality law. But he's got A. Third. The understanding equine law understanding equine business basics. and also the complete equine legal and business handbook. So I if you're you know if those are areas that. You want to know more. The doer. Do a mill toby search. And vimal, collect them, collect them all fill your bookshelf. With Mill. Tovia Tomes. We'll stay right here. Mary ramp. Ah. Leaney is standing by because I didn't want to let RIMINGTON's big day go on Sunday without visiting and Mary with some opinions and the advanced work on Remington Park Barry Good Morning. Good. Morning Steve. How are you today Mary good and haven't talked to in a little bit but you've got the there's always something keeping you busy, and in this case, the Oklahoma Derby on Sunday Evening Eight, twelve post time for the Derby earlier on the card, you've got the great three Remington. Park Oaks as well. Hundred Thousand and Kenny mcpeek emptied the barn. Let's talk about the OAKS I. Yeah absolutely, he's very well represented here. He certainly has a strong year with those three year old fillies all around the horn but coming in with three of the eight starters and kind of a nice group for him. Let's see here we've got Th The philly every day allante coming out of the Alabama. After facing with skydiver last time so I think you'll probably be one of the top choices here She was second the asked when she's got some graded stakes credential. So I think she'll be very well received in this spot curls and bows seems like an upcoming philly upcoming daughter of of Kirwin for the mcpeek barn. Wondering last two she's moving right along and I think she'll like this move to a mile and sixteen and. A half to grade when when there's tricks Trick Ski So she has a really really nice pedigree behind your backing her up and also, it looks like he has jewel princess in here and She's finished first in her last three races. So she's she's a very sharp philly for him as well. Really a Nice Group of young phillies and I think there's a southern California shipper that will get good support in here page and for trainer Simon Callaghan who's coming off a third and the Torrey Pines So so nice group of Phillies here. Well and then on the local scene on the local contingent. You do have Seattle Slang for Steve Asmussen and for Phoenix. This is a tap it philly that was six hundred thousand and took her awhile to break her maiden but things started to come together for her over the winter at fairgrounds. And she broke through and it feels like Asmussen's been very patient with her and you know she. Went through a couple of them. Allowance tries and ran. Okay. The improve performance at Ellis in July breaking through to get an allowance win and then the some. Good, what August give it about six yeah. About probably about a seven week looks like about seventy eight weeks between starts and She's been at Remington and she's been there long enough to fire a bullet. Seattle Slang feels a little bit interesting here at eight to one with stuey Elliott. Yeah. You know there's talking to me last week. Having his ninth thousands career win at the REMINGTON card. So it was my territory, your six talk to him and he had mentioned this. Philly. We talked about this philly being wounded for this spot and Yeah. She has been down in here working like you said, next damn grade one winner. made a million dollars Seattle, smooth. So definitely has a license to be exciting philly going forward for Phoenix thoroughbred and and Steve asmussen. Let's turn to the boys race and the Oklahoma Derby Grade Three. The girls go a mile and a sixteenth, the boys a mile and an eighth, and we look outside to the presence at Dean Martini seventy-two Brad. Cox. Five to two on shared sense Asmundsson with a pair in here code runner the longer price of the pair to attend to one and Rowdy Yates who has had a productive year getting. You know minor awards in races like the Ohio Derby and the Ellis Park. Derby I mean he's he's been. He's been in super factors his last three that also includes the trip to. Saudi Arabia where he tried that Saudi Derby Cup. And actually ran pretty well You know he's been back he he he's been. He's been just shy I. I have some affection for him Yeah. Then there's the the crazy story of the claimer. AVANGARD has gotten steadily better as the summer..
"i. toby" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Couple of issues that the horse racing machines historical machines don't have that they defined as mutual wagers. And one of them was that the the players the. Aren't betting on the same race as the person standing the next machine. And they're also issues about the the racing commission adding money to the betting. And the court decided those two very technical things disqualified these machines from being very mutual waitress. So you are you know it's very technical, but it's more than semantics. It's applying the law as it exists, and that's that's the courts job. As part of the technicality part of it I saw where We're frank angst in his reporting at in his level reporting as opposed to the sky is falling reporting Frank got a quote from PAT neely. At exact at exact the systems and they respond. To you know to this as saying that they have the. The system, the you know the the mechanics in terms of the algorithms within the machinery's. Pay Scale essentially it's Payoff Plymouth. Response that will address the definition of Para mutuals. So it it feels like the there's going to be some of that kind of back and forth That's going to happen you know, and of course, the Bible Thumping Lunatics are are you know they're ready with their pitchforks and torchlights to burn down Kentucky downs and that was park You you've been you've seen these antics and the back and forth meltdown for over a decade. What what do you think? Happens you know immediately and how much of this also opens the door for the Further gaining expansion that Frankfurt is going to have to address at some point. Well. They're actually two good questions there. And the first one is the everybody been moaning the fact that the Kentucky Supreme Court has said that under the current statute, these are not mutual wagering. But they also gave us and gave Kentucky. At least two paths forward one of the ones that you've already brought up because you can change the machines. You can change the machines and I assume you can although I have no idea how they work and I'm baffled by myself. But. You can change the machines to fit the the way. The Supreme Court defined pair of mutual wagering and they were very, very specific. Definition, or they also pointed out that if you don't want to do that or can't.
Washington, DC's New Area Code Will Be... 771
"The DMV is getting a brand new area code specifically D C. It will no longer just be 202. It will be 771 because they're running out of the 202. So they're going to faze those three new digits in over the next 13 months. 771 just doesn't sound fun. When it comes. It's on ly to 02 for me, just to 02 for me when it comes to DC It is weird how we get attached to area codes like producer Kayla, You're much younger. I know that too, for O was added to the 301 back in 1997. Did you ever know it to be 301 yet? Yeah. My house number when I was younger was a 301 number. What three wanted to 40 has been around all my life I was born in 90 for so this is the first time I've ever even been introduced to a new area code in my lay and silly year from here. So you've always been one with the 703, right? Yeah. The three originals was to 02 for DC 301 in Maryland and 703 in Virginia. And I kind of have a weird attitude about the other ones. I got to be honest, I mean, don't you get attached to certain area codes? Oh, no Chili. I got over area code's a long, long time ago. Because I had bounced around so much in my career. I've been in multiple markets and and then moving from Texas. So finally, I was like, you know what? I was in Tampa? I got my phone number. That was my phone number. I decided that I wasn't going to change my number again. Period. I was going rock with this 813 area code. And that is still my area code to this day. Yes, And that's what cell phones have done to us. Now. You can never assume you know where somebody lives based on their area code. You don't know, based on that area code. That's right. So get ready to owe to you're about to become 771 fun.
ON The Frontlines Of The Youth Climate Strikes
"This week we go to the frontlines of the youth climate strike movement. There are hundreds of protests going on all around the world today as young people, school children from Australia to Iceland come together to protest about what they're calling the crisis of their lifetime climate change. Of course, what they see is politicians inability or unwillingness to do anything about it to the global protests that is underway right now, students and workers all around the world of flooding the streets demanding action on climate change, Maggie, Rulli that a demonstration in London with the latest Michael with thousands of protesters, right underneath parliament, and what's so striking besides just the sheer size of protesters here are. The age of people who are demonstrating almost all of them are students that's hiding just nine years old. We spoke to a group of seventeen year olds who said they're here today to fight for their future. Now, the goal of this strike, really all these strikes around the world it's a send a clear message to world leaders ahead of the UN climate summit happening this week in New York climate change protests happening right now in lower Manhattan this is video from chopper four showing the massive crowd marching from Foley Square the courthouses down to the battery among the people flooding city streets were students who were allowed to skip class today to join this 'cause. I told with Jerome Foster. who had seven sounded watching documentaries about our planet go activated and started climate blogging creating virtual reality platforms social justice. He's now eighteen has been climate striking for eighty one weeks in front of the white. House. He founded one million of us to get youth to vote this November Jerome is one of eleven million people from over one hundred and forty countries the climate striking and skipping school to tell us we need to act now. I stopped by asking Jerome where he is now. I'm visiting New York City I just moved here for college, but I was born and raised in Washington DC. I'm going to college at Peace University and Columbia Columbia basically majoring in computer science specializing artificial intelligence. are distance-learning others are like mixed waken coming class in? Their dorm near the off his classes, some of them, most of my classes right now are digital. Have One. Now. So tell me about growing up in DC and kind of what led you to get into the place where you founded the organization one, million US. So where I grew up in Washington DC right around like places. And forests and those like a huge place for me to explore my neighborhood. So I kinda grew up getting in touch with nature and after years of like understanding what nature wasn't had really appreciate it. I started watching documented by astrophysics and learning about like what are world's about like what a black holes water were imposed all these cool late science things, and after that, I started watching documentaries about my own planet and how our planet fit into. Astrophysics. into the rest of the world that every time they talk about something else beautiful it's like but humans are burning it down and but. Are Continuing to extract coal and an oil and natural gas to power earth than is going to continue to see species go extinct and like that was kind of a wake up call for me understanding that our earth is actually has like trouble going on but still being like six or seven years old was like. This isn't that big of an issue. Adults are GonNa fix this adults definitely going to step up and take action but Learning later on like it didn't happen. That's that's not the story as the navy faded it. kind of grew into another understanding that like if the corruption is the unwillingness to have moral clarity won't stand up to corporations and that they don't have the political leadership to acting say, we need to hold you accountable and like as older I was like, how can I get into? Really. Getting their attention actually taking action when my friends kind of toby lunch table they're like, Hey, you should start into pitch. Okay. Cool. So like for sixth seventh and Eighth Grade I posted every single day. and. Like facts and got to like and I was like I got to convince that climate change because back then like global warming is a hoax and everyone believed that that was the big struggle and like today it's not that same conversation. It's about how do we take action but back then it was all about is it real? And I did that for six eighth grade in ninth grade I trying to transition. To. More technology and building I reality environments. So I mean when you say like it's ten years, it has been view like if he started when you seven that. Yeah. I started virtuality company called Vr, and basically it was the idea that like we can use virtuality. Gaming Place, but actually civic engagement accident building empathy only a few people will be able to see it because it's so expensive to create and it's so hard. Tribute it out. So I, kind of transition into. into journalism and it was because I started watching my documentaries again. It was Leonardo DiCaprio's before the flood and like in the last five minutes he said we need commentators then covered as if it's a lot we need young people we need people to come out here and start talking about time change in a new way. So I was like I can do that. There's like I'm I'm I'm with around blood so like two hours. Later I I email my English teacher in accurate a blog called the climb reporter and one hundred, sixty, five articles like eight months and determine about climate change from east perspective sounds like we need young people in this movement because our future is directly at stake people will say their children's children but we're the Stojan. At this point we waited fifty years to take action. Our Future. Now,
"i. toby" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"We have in the conversations we're having today. Yeah I didn't either and I certainly wasn't prepared for it especially because Obviously every single day being out in Las Vegas. We were working and You know obviously I was there for. We came right back and right back to the office on Monday and was really looking forward to that weekend and I haven't met a weekend and quite a few weekends so It's been yeah. It's been a lot but I mean you know. We're we're obviously very fortunate. We're in a great position where we're able to help. Nascar INDYCAR in so all of these teams. All of these drivers still be able to represent their partners. Still be able to put on entertaining and exciting show. Yeah it's a little bit different. Yeah you know we. There are things that you do in the video game that you can't do in real life. There are things that aren't modeled in the video game at quite after the way they are in real life. But you know at this point. We have racing you know. It's not physical racing but it's still real racing in the sense. That drivers are doing their absolute best to get good at it. And you know even the guys who I. It's also funny because it's a bit of an equaliser where you know we saw on the F. s. One NASCAR race. Last week we sell Garrett Smith Lee and to me hill riding up front and we saw Jimmy Johnson Let's say we're on why I don't expect that to be the case for Jimmy Johnson. You know this coming week. I know who he has been putting in time with. And he's been putting in time with the absolute best. Sim Racers that I can think of. But you know it's it's been kind of a fun adventure to see all of these real world racers. Try to adapt their skills to the SAM and see which ones have already been competitive and running around well in that being said there are a few real world racers that that it's not like they're newbies to the SIM and obviously they've had a leg up and I know just in the last interview he did in the last hour of Alex Rossi. You Know He. He has spent some time in Sims. But it was these million dollar you know full on simulators which is the IRA sing is about the closest thing you can get to that but it's still accessible to everybody but as Alex it said he's like they're still a little bit of difference in. He goes as much as I racing is real life. There's still so much learning because I feel like I'm a rookie. All over again. Starting from scratch not to say he's not going to pick it up a whole lot faster than somebody else. But somebody like Rossier Jimmy Johnson. Who at the top? Of Their craft. I think it's awesome seeing that. They're actually Human Chris. Yeah exactly and I have to say guys like Jimmy guys like Rossi guys like Kyle Busch all the credit in the world to them for being willing to embrace this and being willing to have to relearn all of the things that they learned as rookies all over again. You know. It's it's tough and the fact that they're having to do it on a totally different stage and then kind of having to deal with the. Oh you're so good in real life but you can't drive. The SIM thing. It's 'cause you know there are a lot of people who think the same is easier there but you know there are just as many if not more who would tell you know the same is harder because it's it's totally different. It relies on totally different sensory perception. It's being good in the race card. Doesn't have as much to do with being as good in the sense. Necessarily as you'd think sometimes you know there are some guys who you know it. Just the the seat of the pants field that they have. It doesn't quite translate even with force feedback. And you know some of the really high tech rigs it's just you're relying different things. You're relying on different levels of adrenaline relying on different. You know it's it is very much. Its own skill to master and well yes. Obviously it is very close to the real thing you know. Yeah if you never used iris before and you're jumping in I don't care how many championships you want. Five hundred one. They're gonNA be growing so all the credit in the world these guys for being willing to embrace that and being willing to have to embrace that in public on very short notice to go around these invitational events. All Right Chris. We're going up against the time break but we got all this stuff going on. I racing man gives us a details on wind. People can actually tune in and watch all these pro guys behind the wheel of a Sim with. Ira saying Oh man. If you're looking to watch pros we've got so many options. Saturdays at four pm we have the INDYCAR racing challenge That starts this weekend. at walking's gwen. Jimmy Johnson. Is You know as you said is involved But most of the real world INDYCAR FIELD BE NASCAR. Races run on Sundays at one PM EASTERN ON F S One They will for the most part be simulcast on Fox. Check with your local affiliate. But that's all the cup series guys and a handful of xfinity truck guys and Oh Yeah Dale Junior and Bobby Labonte and greg pit bull. So that's not too bad for the pro gamers you do have the world of outlaws sprint car series on Monday and car. Coca-cola racing series every other Tuesday Wednesdays. They're going to be a world of outlaws events that are on dirt vision there alternating weeks between sprint cars and dirt late models and then You know starting next weekend Some some other things that are coming down the pipeline I work in real hard on putting I racing rallycross together and there are some big names behind that one that I cannot wait to be able to share So stay tuned on that because I was really going to be an all star event. It's GonNa look like everything we've always wanted rallycross to be. Yeah I am. I am excited like you said Rallycross. We've got just about everything we got something for everybody. I know you and I we've got something hopefully by this time. Next week we'll be able to go public with But we've got something for the community. I think they're going to be really excited about. I will just leave that there and that's it will plant that seed but man. Good Times. Chris thank you for taking the time to call in. 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"i. toby" Discussed on The Community Cats Podcast
"We try to make it affordable for people who are not on public assistance. So that doesn't necessarily cover your costs. I would assume because it's extremely affordable and you're also we're talking New York to is there a covered a bit of this with Dr Kaplan but assume there's a lot of fundraising that goes on to help. Bridge the gap. Yeah I personally am. Not Involved in the fundraising aspect. I am though the liaison and primary person who deals with our major where our primary New York City Thunder The New York City Department of Health Officer Veterinary Services. So how it works them. Is that every month. I go through our records and submit for reimbursement for those people who are on public assistance in shock proof so they essentially give us money for each surgery that you do for the people on public assistance in terms of like the rest of the fundraising. I know that we get private donations. I'm not sure Applying for grants again. I'm not really involved so much in that aspect of things. We do have a volunteer. Cfo Rector who does a fantastic job in the fundraising into things? That's great that's excellent. That's great to have a good team support of board of directors. Let me bounce up north a little bit here and let's talk about yonkers. Can you tell me a little bit about how that situation came about? Is it comparable to the situation? You just described. Yeah. I don't know how yonkers got to us to be perfectly honest. I remember is about three years ago. Four years ago we entered into contract with them. I don't know how they contacted. Gop project that part of it. I'm not sure but we go up there once a month the city of yonkers and do spay and Neuter feral cats before we actually started our contract. I took a tour of yonkers. The director of the younger Santa will shelter up. There met knee and she took me around yonkers and there are huge need yonkers for not just feral spay neuter for just four double spay and neuter. Virtually nothing available for the people up there. They have a small network but very very dedicated network of people do not in our and they make the appointments with me once a month. I get hooked up like our next one is January twenty s and. I'm already booked up. There's a lot of cats in yonkers a lot dump friendly's and just a huge need for spay neuter SAR really commend. The city of yonkers. For doing this in taking the initiative end basically. They pay us for the day to come up there. So let's talk about staffing. Do you use different veterinarians or do you have the same veterinarian that works three or four days a week and the same technicians or? Do you have different people? Every day that different people but it's a rotating roster of the same highly regarded top spay and neuter surgeons in tech team. So we have different. Docs Saturday Sunday and Monday. But it's like a small. It's a rotating group of like three or four. We used and they are excellent. We do really have excellent teams. That are working with the project. Howdy recruits on my. This is a big question amongst quite a few spay neuter clinics as they find that recruiting veterinarians and technicians. Really challenging is it. Dr Kaplan is the main resource. Or are you out there. Pounding the pavement and always keeping an eye out for you know potential editions. Yeah pound the pavement in terms of gaining Docs. But it's not really pounding the pavement. Fortunately for us so the ASPCA is consolidation. Mondays to use a lot of their staff. Staff are truck on Sundays. Mondays and Saturdays. We have a few docks that do per diem for us. Sometimes I mean the one day that can be challenging Saturdays but generally speaking sometimes. It's a challenge but right now. I'm in a really good place with staffing our truck for Saturday Sundays and Mondays over the years. What's been the greatest challenge in running a mobile as well as stationary clinic for you? Stationary clinic not so much because it stationary running evolve a unit managing a mobile known. It's always a challenge. Let's say in the winter though we've had a warm winter so that's been pretty easy so far really just. The technical end of things like the maintenance swore generator does work where the autoclave is not working or just logistically. Speaking running a mobile unit can be a challenge. And you really do have to be up early Saturday Sundays and Mondays. I have to you know generally up at five thirty six because I need to be available for the team. I mean it's a challenge. It's an interesting challenge. Sometimes I think my God. How am I going to deal with this homemade solid but eleven years later? I guess I have to solve our issues. I would agree with you when you ask the you know. What's the strength and weaknesses of a mobile program? The weaknesses that it's a mobile clinic in the strengths is that it's a mobile clinic. Exactly it takes a lot of time to get where you need to go and some days you're going to go in there and it's not going to start and then you're calling a lot of people and then other days you're GonNa get where you need to go and you're GonNa have this incredible group of people that are so appreciative of the fact that you were able to drive to their town because they had to take the bus or the subway to get to you. They wouldn't have been able to get their cat spayed or neutered otherwise and then you feel all good about the fact that you've made the effort to get what you needed to go exactly one thing that I didn't mention his driver so the driver is an absolutely critical component to our team. I mean often times when you mentioned above a unit you mentioned the documented attacks by the driver who on Sundays and Mondays also is frequently is the senior veterinary assistant and also. The greeter is very very important component to the team because they are really the first face the toby project the client see when they've been waiting outside since four thirty in the morning so am absolutely grateful for our drivers. We Have Otis on Saturdays and then different drivers on Sundays and Mondays rose primary driver and other people from the really really really important role so for anyone who's thinking about starting a mobile unit driver is critical. Not only because they need to be a good driver just because they need to be on time. They need to be friendly again. It's the first person that people see when they see our truck. So let's talk about the team specifically you have the driver who also acts as a greeter and you have to technicians or one technician. Yes so we have. The breakdown is driver a senior veterinary system. Sometimes is the same person. Sometimes isn't an L. bt licensed veterinarian technician and then the So it is in the truck when they're during surgery it's three people the sea L. bt. And the dog so if someone was thinking about starting at clinic if you're just starting out in your in a community that didn't have a stationary clinic or other options. What sort of recommendations or tips would you give them? I really it's just important to talk to people who have done this before actually had calls with people like in the last year a few people. I don't remember exactly where they live. But they were thinking of starting a mobile unit nineteenth Or basically we're all in this together and we're a team and we all want the same things regardless of where you live in regardless of how small you're starting or larger starting. I think it's really important to network and talk to people who have done this before. I think that they can be a real valuable source of information to someone who is just starting out in also really talk to people about how much it cost because it is an expensive endeavor to run a mobile leading now and people oftentimes don't realize like how much close to actually run a trump. You know quit meant maintenance all of that. So I encourage anyone who wants to star to really start networking talk people who have done it before. So folks are interested in finding out more about the toby project. How they find you they can email us at info at Toby Project DOT. Org We also have a facebook paid for also very active on instagram. So they can contact us any of those three ways and Laura's or anything else you'd like to share with our listeners today no I think we've covered everything I appreciate. You giving me the time to talk about the toby project in anyone that is interested in starting this or has questions feel free to reach out more than happy to help. Yeah I think it'd be great. I I do think across the country. There are definitely some areas where we need some more spay neuter clinic. So you don't think that we're done with building enough high volume spay neuter and affordable spay neuter clinics especially cats around the country. But he's certainly dogs too but I think we still need to continue that growth rate of clinics all across the country. So hopefully hopefully this show will help inspire somebody to start another clinic in their community. If they don't have one but Laura I wanNA thank you again for to be a guest on my show and I hope we'll have you on again in the future. Maybe with an update down the road of any changes that you might have church for our listeners. Today I'd like to wish everybody. A Happy Saint Paddy's Day. And if you could please consider sharing this podcast with others the more people that are listening to this podcast. The better off. We're all going to be so. 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"i. toby" Discussed on The Community Cats Podcast
"Today we're speaking with Laura Berman. Laurie runs the day today. Operations and the Mobile Unit for the Toby Project. She's been with the organization since day one and considers her work not just a job but emission. She's a native New Yorker currently lives in Brooklyn with her twenty one year old cat Francis Lori grew up in Queens New York and considers herself in activists in that she always has been involved in cause related work whether it be a political campaign or helping people with AIDS. She truly believes in giving back and that people can make effective change at the grassroots level through hard work commitment and forging effective partnerships. She got involved with the toby project after coming back to New York from Portland Oregon where she spent several months working. She wanted to get involved in something meaningful and met Dr Andrew Kaplan through his practice city veterinary care. He was the vet for her two cats and his passionate commitment to animal welfare inspired her to get involved fast forward. Eleven years later. She's an integral part of the organization's Lifeblood and operations her role at the toby project encompasses many areas but a key component is to further the mission of the organization make effective use of the three to four days per week at the toby project operates in addition to low income pet owners in the bronx and Brooklyn. Much of the focus has been on community cats particularly in the last year when the toby project has seen a huge increase in calls for help to that end she implemented Mobile Mondays for feral and abandoned cats by appointment with tr. Certified folks in Brooklyn. In addition she has built effective working relationships with those doing. Tr will often do partnership days. These days are unique and valuable service whereby the toby project gives the day to a reliable tr person in Brooklyn or the Bronx and they are responsible for filling the truck in the past year alone. The to- Project has done partnership days with Brooklyn Animal Action Little Wanderers. The New York City can't coalition flatbush. Cats fat cats and other organizations in addition Laurie oversees and implements their contract with the city of Yonkers and sends the truck there on a monthly basis to do spay neuter of community cats. This has been much needed. Free Service in Yonkers and demonstrates their commitment in reducing the feral cat population through spay neuter. Laurie like to welcome you to the show. Thank you so much. Thanks grace to be here. Thank you yeah so I spoke with Andy couple of weeks ago or about a month ago or so in his episode number. Three hundred and thirty nine so folks missed the interview with Dr Kaplan who also runs the toby project. Feel free to check out that episode at the community podcast Dot Com. But in that conversation with him he kept referencing. You need to ask Lori this question and you need to keep asking this question and so I knew at that moment that I wanted to get Lori on the show so I want to thank you again for joining me today and we can talk about the nuts and bolts about everything that you know about the toby project and how things really run at the ground level before we dive into that. I'd like to just ask you. How did you get started in animal welfare and get really passionate? Were you involved before the Toby Project? I wasn't and I spent a few months in Portland Oregon and the West Coast in California and basically just trying to see if that was going to work in terms of me living there and they did not so. I came back to New York and I wanted to get involved in something meaningful. And Dr Kaplan was the vet of my cats and he spoke so passionately in knowledgeable about animal welfare that he inspired me to get involved and so by signed up to be a volunteer with toby project and that was in two thousand nine eleven years ago and I have stayed with the organization since some of that was really my first involvement in animal welfare but specifically spay neuter. And I really didn't understand at that. Point the concept of spay neuter making New York City of no kill city and the amount of dogs and cats that actually argues tonight because they not available homes so that was my first start with animal welfare I have to say an amazing eleven years. You're beginning your education process back in two thousand and eight thousand nine and a lot has changed within New York in that period of time before we go into those details about the toby project you know. What have you seen sort of change over the years for community cats in particular in New York? Well I think that there is a lot more effort and a lot more coordinated effort to do tr to them. Spay neuter to make use of programs like the ASPCA. Toby project in really just a lot. More Information and coverage has been on the plight of abandoned cats in New York City. So that has definitely been a change. Also I will say from Toby. Project perspective our focus particularly in the last year year and a half has been a lot on community cats. We've seen a huge increase in calls coming into the Chubby phone for people who want help people recognize that cats are reproducing and it is the best thing for them as well as the community to get them span neutered so you think the increase in calls is more about general popular awareness about the opportunities for trap neuter return or just. There's no other I mean I think it's awareness and also gives just for whatever reason I don't know the reason for this. There's just seems to be an explosion in cats in New York whether may be I mean. Maybe it's the warmer weather and there's no kitten season seems to happen all year round. I'm not exactly sure what the reason is but I know that from my perspective. In answering the toby following there has been a huge increase in calls particularly this last year and talking to other people who use our truck and other people who do tr people have just seen just an increase in cats all over the place. Cats kittens dumped friendly's very sad. Do you feel that? There's a change in the accessibility for affordable veterinary care. Has it become less affordable or all those opportunities still open to folks veterinary killer speaker. Newt or both I would say spay neuter as a priority and then the veterinary carrot is secondary but I feel that across the country. There's been a reduction in the number of dollars available for really affordable spay neuter for various grants. And that kind of thing. So I think that the dollars have dried up a bit and that might be playing a role too. Yeah I mean that. Might be certainly. There is not a lot of money for spay neuter. I'm not really involved in financial end of things so much but I just know from talking to people who do. Tr for example. It's very hard to get spots. I mean the ASPCA obviously doesn't amazing service in New York City but it's difficult to get spots there. We have limited days. I think it's a combination things in probably funding wise. There is not a lot of funds. I span neuter so at the toby project. Tell me a bit about your clinic. You operate out of a truck and you mash style clinics or just operating out of a truck. We just operate out of a truck right now. We had a stationary clinic. A spay neuter clinic for feral cats from two thousand eleven through two thousand eighteen through the generosity of Diana Who donated the space. Unfortunately she needed the space back so we lost that stationary clinic last December. So right now we're sole means of operation is our mobile unit and it operates three to four days a week which includes some days for the community cats or is that in addition to that's including so we operate. Saturdays Sundays and Mondays sometimes an extra day Saturday Sundays. Mondays is the primary days that I have staff to staff the mobile unit Saturdays for low income pet owners. Bronx Sunday's a mixture. We have a contract with the city of yonkers. Go Up there and do feral spay neuter. So we go up there once a month and we have other contracts. That usually take our Sundays and Mondays are for federal in abandoned. Cats are trump is parked in Brooklyn. We also have I think is really unique and very valuable service at toby project provides. We have partnership days where someone who is T- In our certified who is responsible when highly regarded in the Cunard world will call and book a private. Toby Day in so I give the day to them and they are responsible for filling truck and we basically come to them to do span neuter and that is in that is in Brooklyn and the Bronx. And how many cats can you do a day? So on our trump twenty usually like it's a mixture of Ferrell's in friendlies. Usually the breakdown is about thirteen. Feral seven friendly's somebody has more ferals that say they have sixteen Farrell's than if bring transfer chops instead of the the full sized traps. We can do more Ferrell's but it's usually about twenty cats at our stationary clinic. Which was just an amazing thing that we had for so long. We use the did about twenty five twenty six but that's stationary versus mobile. Yes so the one key component that I discovered with regards to mobile that was so challenging. Is that the traps. Take up a lot of space. They take up a lot of space. Which is why I encourage when I broke the appointments that I the appointments for Mobile Mondays. I encourage people to bring them and transfer traps. I realized that cats can't recover and transfer traps so they have to transfer their back to the regular size but if they bring them and transfer traps we can accommodate more feral cats on our Mondays. Yeah when we were doing the clinic with our cat mobile. I don't believe they could take more than four five traps at a time because we had so many built in cages La Vehicle. There just wasn't enough room to stack them up and position them in a way where everybody was safe all that exactly if we have more traps we have to be able to monitor the cats when they're recovering so you know twenty. Two traps would prevent us from doing that. So one thing that we did do is. We worked with the city of Fitchburg and partnered with a nonprofit group and a did the watching of the recovery used a heated bay at the fire department and so that was a fully feral day. So that was like thirty trapped cats and rate Move into the vehicle and move out and then they were designated people watching recovery so it was like a mobile clinic with a little mash style to it right so that was one of our work arounds because when we initially bought about the cat mobile we really think about owned component because the organizational also does smashed all clinics once a month for Farrell's but it seemed like there was a really big need for Farrell's on the cap mobile too so we were trying to do a work around with regard strike. One of those things is as you are leading us up and it sounds like you've had to over the years become more sort of inventive and willing to experiment you're creating these partnerships with organizations and obviously you know in order to make your finances meet you need to have a certain amount of cats arrive every day you have these partnerships with groups. I assume they meet their target numbers when they're coming to your days when they're set up is that a challenge to ensure that the right number cats show up every day. No not really to be honest because there's so many so many that need it's not challenge usually like for Monday's for example. Give you an example so for this Monday thirteenth. I'm overbooked but I usually do. Is I overbook. Because usually someone either has to cancel because they can't trap or they haven't been able to get the cat or for whatever reason but we're only at Wednesday for this Monday the thirteenth. I'm already booked. We have for this Sunday. For example. We're doing a partnership day with some few people who do tr in Staten Island. So we're GONNA have our truck parked in Brooklyn and they're going to bring the cats to us and they're already filled the truck so honestly it's really not a challenge to fill the truck because there's so much need and because we're not in operation seven days a week that there is usually a book days in advance so you don't have a problem with no shows really no. I mean no shows rarely very rarely do I have. I mean someone will only Sunday night for example and say I haven't been able to trap the cat if you can give the spot to someone else. That's fine but no shows no I mean really do. We have no shows even from the low income pet owners side. It's through the lone. Competitor is a difference than we operate very differently on for low income earners so four. Saturdays for example. When trump is in Lebron's do first come first serve similar to the ACC where people will start winding up very early. Oftentimes at five five thirty because they know that we have limited spots on truck in getting their early will increase their chances of getting their pets. They are new debt dates so low on competitors. We operate very differently than rt in our days. Two days ago by appointment. Low income pet owners first-come-first-serve. Oh very interesting. Yeah it's operated very differently. We do have contract with animal care centers in New York City for spay neuter and they actually make appointments for us but with them. It's by appointment but for our days it's first come. Hi everybody early bird. Tickets for sale for the two thousand twenty all nine kidney conference which will be held on June twelfth through fourteenth..
"i. toby" Discussed on The Final Lap
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"About. How do you get the parking archy spot having a lot of space to work out in the garage area and now he's kind of having to you know? Take care of all the logistics by himself. You know where's the trailer GonNa Park how much Marie GonNa have What about the other Taylor? Ha what do I have to worry about them. So he's kind of getting a new taste of stuff dirt racing being the team owner on that side of things. Absolutely I think and ask our guy can bring it home You guys the bell. You Got Larceny Up Risco you got. Well 'cause I said you gotTa Khanna guys that are going to be running up front But I mean like I said. I don't pretend to know anything about racing but I would be if I was betting which I'm not. I put my money on. Bell or Larsen Larkin. Because they've put on a hell of a show the past couple of years and I don't think anything will change that this year. Definitely definitely. We've also got some other interesting. Names like Alex. Bowman Ryan Newman. Jj Ailey lots of those guys. These are going to be attempting this thing. So it'd be pretty fun to watch absolutely I gotta find a way to watch it. I think I haven't been able to watch the past years but this might be the year twenty point a new year new. Yeah I think coverage is on math. TV If I'm not mistaken as far as the Big Knights I think everything else leading up to that's kind of streaming online different from places we gotta find it though. That's that's you don't want to so Davey we've got Things are kind of shaking out. We've talked about some of the off season the move for some of these teams already at this point. Are there any other weird kind of off. The wall moves you think might be happening with these teams and drivers for next year. Maybe the truck series xfinity series Are you telling me that I may have tweeted earlier in the week. Hey possibly I mean I got to try to get from the source. Himself you know will. Yeah I would expect definitely announcement houseman regarding Derek Crowds. Who on the thousand? Nineteen Kanan pro series West Championship with Bill McNally racing. I expect an announcement By the time this show goes out. I think that will probably most certainly be announced In terms of his truck series questions for twenty twenty So keep an eye out for that. That's the only thing that I'm really tuned into for sure Because I've worked pretty closely with that team there at the powerhouse teams out on the West Coast for Arkell West now as it's called and I. I think they will also be announcing their for rookie drivers for that series for twenty twenty so keep an eye out On their social account as well as mine for that news when that drops offs. Because that's kind of I mean people that are on the west coast that follow Nascar. They'd probably not the name Bill McNally racing. But if you're on the east coast and you're not you don't get into the weeds of Arco. Ask the hand whatever you WanNa call it now you you might not know a lot about the Mr but to make a long story short. They are the J. G.. R. Andrew Stewart word hostile penske all rolled into one of west coast. Stock car racing in the short-track seen so they're a big deal out there and they're going to be announcing their plans this week. Sweet so aw keep an eye out for that Derek. Though had a heck of a season the And just kind of open a lot of is at what he's capable of. DC him as a future NASCAR you know national series champion. I think it's definitely possible. I mean he's got a lot of stuff going for him right now. He has Toyota backing. He has NAPA backing getting in sponsorship. As well as some other partners that you'll hear about later this week And he's pretty damn good driver too. I mean it's something about Wisconsin. Fan May or on the east title. Oh He's from Wisconsin. They across the West title. He's from Wisconsin. It's something about those she's up there. I'm Jacob Gade as well. I believe. He's from Wisconsin. Maybe in the Nascar we own all American series. Not exactly I believe he is though so I I think crowd somebody to watch going forward because you seen Hailey Dean jumped ship before you've seen Todd Gillan jumped ship the Ford so it's like Toyota's pipeline thinning out a little bit. He's not GonNa have as much competition in terms of his age bracket right now So I think he's GonNa be a name for watch moving forward and I think you'll see a lot of this year on a little bit bigger stage that's awesome. I'm pretty excited to see him. Mixed up with some higher level talents just to see how well he shakes. out It was fun watching him. Try to compete for both championships as past season East and West and obviously got the West one but You know was was competing. Pretty well there in the east there until I I kind of backed out of the race but We're also looking at Just before we go some kind of weird tussle the kind of started on on twitter this week between virtual racing real racing Brian Kazlauskiene and Doug Kobe who's a Well modified tour driver Six time champion in that series by the way They they both took very high exception to NASCAR kind of promoting the I. Racing series drivers to the level of having a media availability session and Just kind kind of a a season preview. Kind of deal They kind of call some racing not racing. What is your thoughts on this and Do you think some racing is the future of NASCAR and do we need to be putting a stake in that And Avenue Wow you're throwing me into the fire. Okay here we go yeah So I will say this first and foremost I do not participate dissipation. IRA's thing. I did try it once at a driver autograph session and I've probably was the worst possible human in the city of St Louis at I racing racing in that very that shows how bad I am an IRA then In terms of erasing and kind of the virtual aspect of things. I was very very skeptical when the whole push kind of started and I'm not ashamed to say when the peak races were broadcast on NBC ESPN and streams through NASCAR's social channels. I washed a couple of them and I didn't turn them off. I figured I'd tell him on for five minutes that they okay. Whatever this is fun? Gone Tom Tom. Move on with the rest of my day but I couldn't. They're like they're actually repelling. And I watched a couple more and I don't pretend to follow along with the the names and the personalities of the series in that in that realm but I do have a fringe following of that but I do also respect the Doug. Kobe Bryant allow skis and their opinions. On that I baseball somewhere in the middle. I I don't think that is here. Here's my thing right. Virtual racing I racing none of that is harmful to NASCAR. I think it's been official. I lean for is that it's definitely beneficial to now's car is opening up to a new audience. You're getting more eyeballs. You're getting more interest. Act You you might even get another William Byron. You never know but at the same time I think that Doug Kobe Bryant. Do you have a point and sense of. There's no real substitute for for hands on real world experience. Now I think maybe the way that One of those two drivers voice that on twitter was a little bit a little bit. I mean a lot of it out of line. It doesn't mean that their opinion is not valid and and it holds some merit so I fall somewhere in the middle but I definitely think that virtual aspect of racing in general is extremely streaming beneficial to the world of racing and I also saw tweet that basically said Nascar is not a sport. Auto racing is a sport. NASCAR is an entity that has motor sports auto racing in it and I think that gets lost a lot of people's minds when we start talking about this kind of topic so I think You know erasing. I racing everything that goes along along with that. It's good for the sport and I have a couple of friends that participate in some leagues and got drafted by teams and stuff and I'm happy to see them have some success and enjoy damn selves. So happy touchy subject. I noticed the beneficial oughta stuff for that. Well My side of things I'm looking at it is. It's been compared a lot. It's like call of duty and other things where people do that. They're not master-marksman when they go grab a gun or anything like that. Oh call duty stuff. You're holding a controller. You're not holding a gun when you're playing it Meanwhile when you're playing I race and you've got a steering wheel pedals via gearshift or you've got all that stuff and I think a lot of it actually does translate. And that's why we've seen some some people like William Byron Josh Berry and a few others succeed after doing I racing into the real world racing. My thing is that when we can probably end it here I mean. Give it a chance if you're one of those people that doesn't really have an opinion either way but you're seeing the back and forth on twitter. Give it a chance because I was one of those I gave a chance. And now I'm not host but I'm interested and I'm a supporter of because I think there's a lot of benefits and it has way more benefits than it does negative aspects. So I'm with it. Definitely definitely Davey single. Let everybody know how they can call you on twitter one last time a man Davy Center is my handle and you can also find me on instagram program at Davy underscore the man with two and since then my middle name underscore four And also my website. ABC Dot Com. You can find all my social channels their.
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"Or something like that. That's a nice nice little short track you can. The driver comes out a little bit more than maybe at a superspeedway or a mile and a half track though schools. David get behind the wheel. Maybe not one last time but another other time this year. It's like it's like you know nothing ever changed. She's behind the wheel of a car at home and he's going to be behind the wheel on twenty twenty starts as well as on. He's asked him successor. restrictor plate tracks. We know that even though they don't really run our sector but anymore you know what I'm saying he's wanted basically or he's one of the day before so I think you can't really count him out. I mean you can't really count anybody out when you go to those two tracks. But just 'cause David Reagan's a little bit on the older side which isn't really true because he's in his thirties. I think he'll be. I'm somebody to watch US speed. We kind of get rolling. Yes so the interesting thing about that is. It's a rick ware racing car. This can be prepared by front row motorsports who gets credit for the win if he wins. Yeah that's it. You get the checkered flag checkered flag you just the trophy you get the trophy you get the money you get the money. If if it's all about that and I think David Ragan he knows what's on the line is not a point. It's not gonNA be raising points. It's not gonNA be racing to make friends. It's going to be racing for the win and when you have drivers out there that don't have anything on the line other than and bring him back the trophy. That's dangerous. So that's why I think he might be somebody to keep your eye on. How wild would it be? What a what MIC DRP moment would it be if he just punts chase Elliott on the final APP for the five hundred? JP He'd probably go from one of the most universally likes guys one of the most universally hated guys in that one but that'd that'd be something just an instant changing of how we feel about him. No doubt one third of the wheel and everybody ate them. That'd be wild So we also saw Another interesting truck series development. This off season David gravel will be going from dirt racing which he'll still do some of that this year but he's doing okay part time truck series schedule with GM racing That's kind of interesting and I do not pretend to know anything about the raising of dirt race in my life and that was evolution last year during speed week and I was. I made a rookie mistake of not bringing glasses. Some people were like. Oh bring your face but I'm saying okay You know whatever and then I get there. I'm getting absolutely pelted with dirt. And I think I'm still picking it out of my sinuses. I digress plot. Or they're trying to say is. I think it's really cool. When drivers drivers from other disciplines just in general come over to other forms of motorsport whether that's IMSA NASCAR NASCAR INDYCAR mccarter Nascar Formula One for Indycar? It doesn't matter and I think that Nath car and dirt racing in general have floors a unique bond in the past half decade. or so. And I think Tony Stewart Kyle Larson Christopher Bell You know there's other drivers as well chase Briscoe. M. R. N.. NBC doing well stuff. Endure the racing. He's going to be competing at the Chili Bowl as well. Rico abor. There's a ton of names on. Its own of crossover with dirt racing and you you would not have. I've been able to say that you know. I don't know six seven eight years ago. Maybe a little bit longer than that. Because that's just wasn't the case but now it seems normal. Drivers compete compete on dirt on asphalt. NASCAR whether it's truck Xfinity Cup or even down in Arca West Africa East or national. So I think it's super cool that they have a gravel doing on some good equipment when he does it as well. 'CAUSE GM says no slouch at all definitely heavy bringing great sponsorship as well Alta and. I'll have a partnership with Jeff Gordon as well. So a lot of that bodes pretty well for David. Grou- going forward I guys I got a guy got it break up the love fest here. you guys will be back toby and Davey in mere moments.
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"You Merle. TV's instead instead. I mean the changes are going to have. RV camping for the first time in the bill which is huge. That is huge. Low all kinds of stuff concerts. It's I mean they're making this rumor. That lights are coming well. Jeez that's about time. That's a big track. Though Kerry it's been around since the seventeen hundreds yes it has yes it has basically what do you mean it's a big track Daytona has them Daytona has it. It's it's it's hard to explain with a flat track. You have to have a lot more lighting because you don't have the banking to kind of help project. The lights that are coming from the inside inside and outside of the track a little bit more of a challenge flat track. This is twenty twenty. We can do anything. That's a good point. I mean Tesla thing we should be able to do anything. I could say that because I have nothing to do with it and nor do I care how it how it works just expected well. Hell is expecting his team to be able to transform it from the road course to the Oval Ninety minutes. Should Bill Lights Up. I mean one I say they go to Roswell on earth one of those fancy. UFO's that crashed and they can just kinda hover over the race track with all their lights. I think Michigan Tang string lights above the track. That need a lot of those because they've got those fence on the outside and inside the catch fence Indianapolis so you could use those to kind of tether year string lights to the kind of cool. How about just require everybody with their smartphones to turn on their flashlights? ooh that'd be cool. And all the campers and the Infield turn their lights on right Have everybody join in on the fun. That's the point of why he's having campers in the Infield all of a sudden right exactly. That was the whole plan where you're gonNA need your headlights. That's that's it's In in fine print on the contract as you come in though he hands you a brand new set of led headlights but then you have to install them. That's hard well. I'm I'm sure he would have a group of guys that can get it onto ninety minutes for you there you go. We'll have a line or something so big things going on at Indianapolis Motor speedway really cool to see and and the fact that he right up front in the teleconference said they're putting money towards the fans I the fan experience. That's big. That's huge especially for Indianapolis which has been more by the prestige for so long and Just of the the the legacy of the track now. It seems like they're working after going after the race fans and trying to give them a reason to want to keep coming back for more. Yeah that doesn't work anymore. The Pristine we've tried to talk that up to death and it doesn't work now backing me early nineties when they first got there ninety four all the way up to about tire gate in two thousand eight that worked but once the tire stop working on the cars that one year that was pretty much it for India as far as NASCAR goes so this this is big that they're they're kind of putting you know the the branches out there trying to reach to the fans and I think the fans pretty receptive to this is awesome. They're actually trying something which is something? You don't really see an apple do very often and that speaks volumes to the new owner of the track so NASCAR also had some big news as well this week A new rules package for short tracks and road course competition. They're going to I. Guess reduce the spoiler from lightning McQueen down to almost nothing one extreme stream to the other. It's just crazy right of course. Well IT'S NASCAR changes to the front splitter and this is the most exciting I mean a as a race fan. This is the change that you will. You'll be looking for the radiator pan is going to be changing. ooh Yeah. It doesn't salary but it does affect the air that goes below the car. So I knew you care about this. I knew you'd care about this. We'll have downforce effect which is nice because there will be less downforce on cars cars and this is of course Changes that are being play at just the road courses and any track under one point zero five eight miles Why why why did they they come up with this weird number I wondered? That's just all the mile tracks and under because a couple of them like this phoenix. Just barely over a mile. Still I know New Hampshire is for sure new. Hampshire's got that exact SPEC. I believe in that weird so to Hampshire Weird thinks. Oh so now we have. It is definitive. Yeah Phoenix is a short-track. No I mean that's still to be debated I think anything anything over three quarters of miles definitely short-track Or anything over that is definitely not a short-track but whatever so this is huge though because we had some really dismal racing at the venues where we typically had great racing in years past so we put these huge boilers on it. It disturbed air so badly that nobody could get around anybody. It was just follow the leader all day long so now this brings things back to the two thousand seventeen two thousand eighteen days where we were having really good runs in great races at racetracks and when you parlay that together with the mile and a half package age which has huge boiler which actually keeps the field closer together and we saw some pretty good mount a half raises this past year. This should be huge. Yeah yeah I I'll. I'll get excited. When I see.
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"To be honest. But that's because I came up with it. Yeah Davey was quite impressed that we had a term for it more. Yeah why not. Yeah I mean why in the world you guys stick around the media center all weekend long is beyond me. That's a good question is beyond you actly. Anyhow this is going to be a very interesting program we're going to kind of bounce back between Me and toby and Davey and toby and I think we're going to wrap up with little. Ah Kyle Larson at the end suite. Ma'am it's a pretty well rounded. Show all right. Well let's get into it. I mean this is pretty huge news to kick things off NASCAR That sport that we talk about all the time they're going to go to Indianapolis Motor speedway but that's not the news. Whoa let's let's let's that Roger Penske tell the News News? It's his track now. So it's his announcement so let's let's kick it off with Roger Number One We've decided I to go to run on Saturday. The Pennzoil race will be on the road. Course not on the oval and we'll run the brickyard four hundred or run on the Ovallis as normal all on Sunday so to me. It's a change We went to the NASCAR people. They've looked at In Our road course will run the road course similar to what we do with the indy cars. Arjun we'll have a car battle talk about it to do some testing but we think that's a big change something that we want our fans to look at this and see if this is something that they watch this in the future and certainly Justin. We'll talk about it. Some great racing and guess what the five hundred was the five hundred Shaw Auto Hamady decades and once the decision was made to move Nascar and we felt that we wanted to take it to the next level. We've had some great racing here on the weekend. The brickyard weekend but we think with concerts the road course. On on Saturday and the Oval on Sunday. We'll make a big difference for our fans and certainly for our TV v partner so again. We're excited Doug thank you and this team here. We've talked about it. We know that we can turn this track. Think about it turning it from an oval into a road course. It's not easy but our team can do that here. So we're excited to announce at this morning and here's Roger with more. Is You know NASCAR with brought to the speedway and in how many weekends been here over the last. How many years every year since one thousand nine hundred ninety four and to think about what we could do do with Ben and his team at Nascar to make a difference and I think that's one of the things that I've tried to tell the team here we're going to invest Now and the five hundred and the brickyard for fan experience not about revenue but for fan experience and I think one of the things we need to do do you say what can we do different and sitting down with with a NASCAR team and our team we decided. What can we do to make this brickyard weekend different? And as you know it's a Independence Day Memorial Day just Month or so before that and the men and women who serve armed forces and the first responders or the top of the list so we felt what could we do to connect and I think we'll be announcing things as we go forward to connect that great group of people let do so much for our country but with that getting together with Nascar we felt with our relationship. NASCAR as we've been a track owner. I remember when Uh Bill France Junior and Lynn Kugler rupp at Michigan. And we were GONNA maybe cancel. The first NASCAR is with the Michigan Track and they begged me to run. It was the best thing we ever did. And I guess since then we've developed a relationship with the France family and everyone else they're just spent amazing and the changes ages that NASCAR is making to make their product better. He said what can we do here. So we'll talk about that as we go forward but to me. It's the fourth of July weekend. It's the military it's our fans and certainly the people here that make a difference so in case you didn't hear the news Roger bought the the race track and that sale was final on January six. Then they're already going going ahead and doing stuff. Yeah they're making some sweeping changes here all of a sudden one of the things. Obviously he mentioned it in case you missed it xfinity series racing on the road course on the same weekend as the brickyard four hundred now. Let's take that apart. There's a few cool things in their first of all We've been calling us for for this for a while. Then we want to see road. Course racing at Indy. Yeah Yeah definitely the question. I have is the logistics of it. All because you've got transformed format from a road course to an oval write several several times throughout the weekend. Because there's practice sessions for both in qualifying sessions for both so. Yep and that's the second part right that I wanNA do on unpacked. They say that he is very confident. That his team there We'll be able to do that in ninety minutes. And I'm sure the team was like great. Awesome thanks the last man. What are you doing seriously? We've never done this before. Are you crazy. So that's really cool yet. Exciting exciting things going on at the race track. I mean he could have bought the place and said all right status quo whereas my paycheck.
"i. toby" Discussed on Three Wide No Cover
"Taibbi Edmonds is great to catch up with you. Thanks for joining us on special delivery podcasts. Thanks thanks for having me Sean Todd opportunity to get to know you a little bit better and have the advice fans and play pool that just locked chaining into a podcast to understand you are now you nance standing wholesome but wedded. It'll start with. You would get where you're born in the guy not really come from a family of football is actually so my foster family who are actually more algorithm affirmative early age Madrid toured with the kangaroo. There is a non fifty six. Sorry trying representative On my brother's Far Brothers on sister not thank. You have brothers one. Sister used all footballers. And and my sister was a hockey player and Blah Blah Blah up in a sporting family. Basically wasn't any good at much myself but always loved horses were so that's outside of a million just by sneaks down and hanging around styles and was this in New South. What I've only skied in? Yeh Yeah that's where we was born in Maitland to scan when I was eleven so you everywhere you walked rating sky and you could basically say horse. When did you first connect Yeah pretty early early probably went out and eleven or twelve. I started going down to The lack of rice tracks gone. It's gone pocket. I think it was cold and Just trying to John Lennon. Who paid US night and was apprenticed to another Garfield Greg Crib? WHO's Pasta? Why good might have as The paper was the grid apprentice and always the Macarena Soda Wasn't a full Thomas before school and and Some sometimes before school mass weekends take off to the races and have a diet with them on Saturday north to get involved into a stable and then have someone show you a little bit of that horsemanship and husbandry. The love love the animal. Did you love him. Yeah it's more of that more is just always mad. Basically as I'm as I said I'll grab sporting family never had anything to do with horses in Green Rain you know and You know I'm excited me not pounding. I might be careful. You know stuff which I just took everything for granted but that's chat worked out and I'll look todd at Subsequently obviously the decision in your kid out of school as quick as I could because this is the career that I want to choose. Well Yeah we'll get out of get out of school Newton but at the time I was working impart Tom for the fruit. Owns gun deposit. Money was much money at the at the stifles natural. That was a laundry so that I was doing a bit of work in packing spots and working in the shop and that sort of stuff and or my dad come in one day because I left an internship next door with a two hour show. You GotTa announced tomorrow some mechanic near. Hey Guys Yep. It's a tried. A mechanic patron fading and because he just was the next facility they foy. What was a as a mechanic? Well Good Luck. 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Never had never thought it'd be professional editor be truthful but got that line so you can change a chore and Fix Account Can still do what on save bright frank feds if he can do it if I need to. I'm the label. She just mentioned Neville big big mobile home leading champion trial and a great guy. You know more about more about Cook could await Smith to two or three transportation. Lifestyle Smith Tom it just getting gallinger. Thank all But we're GONNA TJ's place and like It was it was like Gin nibbles Mohammad. Be at Kareem says a kid can come from the Bush and everyone on Spec to push me down with Yup Sunday. It was that good to go ask around. First before you to Saute giant Neverland GonNa have a little bit by the dog Twenty months stomach in twenty one years We father in law. We drive down to Sydney on on a Saturday Went when in the afternoon Pisces and much more than that and send leaving Corden last SORTA staff and decided to to make so. You're starting to develop a sense that I wanted to do this. Full Dahmer become a China maybe then at twenty one I suppose we all will it. Wasn't it wasn't a very big in one or two royd south but I couldn't just too heavy heavy to do anything else and and Natural the next thing is you know uh-huh so so I did that and I would never for quite a while down He sent me to Brisbane in the winter. I came here in the spring travel with grime garments. Traveling Foreman A lot them. Because you know we had good quality hosts sources to now I went went. Might have a good horses and stuff them in all the different China's trying to China's you're not pretty mighty with most like Teijin charleen foreman's and that SORTA Zyban to Get a broad view have different China's China's well when any side travel allows glosses told us about some of the Chevy gotta be good enough to get in to see me and travel during spring condoms and Oldham County in Brisbane and Melbourne We'll talk as I was a councilman was new Atlanta's Martin Memory. My a count from forty eight was off. Well well I think. When money's I remember Come from Adelaide And they boredom Avid around the slip up and the honest till the story Monday this is when we had him in. Brisbane has a three light. three-year-old bitten slipped if he drift nine hour. horrify couldn't play the flip side but he he was really serious voice. Why Francis Bike and he was big strong cult wasn't very sound but Jeez he's yet some some ability and we had him up there? There was Never quit school. Robinson Sinclair Gripe family family that Sinclair families obviously nibbles family bread. That Nivola Dominic Byrne So I got to spend on some really really quality stop what Tejada of travel at a whole. What did you learn most bet not to Chinese too much? I think really common sense stuff you know you and I don't not too fast too much and just basically keep things simple. I think we'll we always when we travel with his now. We always use. We always taken around the food. We not use or wished I was China's that used similar and that's what it's on and when you said that your roll you told me about. It wasn't quite sound. What was some of the complications that you needed to manage? Within I had. He was so heavy. Six hundred Kayla who was with really a little league and demand. I was asking and a lot of lot of Lot of maintenance you know back then back and we'll say back then that was Pre antibiotic so that they could train with a bunch back then so grinder recovery right and that sort of knocked off just as training tell us it gives us a little bit of insult to never beg a hell. He went training. Systems was so good and get the best edibles. It was a great China affiliates. Because because he never worked really what. I'm not enough that Ha's beat Fada Till he's time very very patient man And just what you dedicate yeah he. He was dedicated. You wrote in a eating. Stop it whatever I kept going right right through to into to lend as much as China's do you know Lucky would he be riding rising at Canterbury on the Wednesday and he'd run out to do the fade in the I seventy five or something. So that's that's how did a guy did he was he. He'd be back at the sidewalk during you know after breakfast. Gambling ran giving them X. Dipper here expedite today that I needed Back Dot Com. You know feeling waters up. That was at full Mr Watts. So stop it. He did it and drive. You know he couldn't draw I'm not saying they couldn't drive any never driving. You get a camera everywhere so you lived up and tons eleven you which is Up near the golf club and he would come down. No you're not so important to attention to detail. Sh- what's probably separated into most. Yep Yep and probably between detriment detriment visiting the great China. And don't get me wrong but you know it was a bit of sexual socially on he'd he'd admit it wasn't the Best Person Ana I wanNA. I think he's good enough but I think back then. That focused wasn't they way. TJ Smith Goes. You know he was. He was a people's person and charismatic. And very straight up down the line and what was the difference. Tell us a little bit of rain. which back then was absolutely dominating? That was a bit of a factory factory. The numbers were big with big numbers. really in the ID's was was was great place to work tracks for good. You a lot of good people and Back Cummings was Wasn't as big as both Neverland. We'll probably never but certainly not tj a bit You know when all that Scotch. Ice Zim Greg and we even have sale the whole top. who wasn't that was that was? We'll we'll champion. I wouldn't imagine the wages we would be too big became an auto inject work. And we'll have more. Well who do the wide you've been on. It was when I was working at the mechanic shop. Were really about thirty forty more weeks. That was my first. Pipette Council is following a good Olsen working with it or even watching wild track. Would you say that it was clearly better than my track workers his opposition and trawlers to when you say I one particularly when the used to come in we We had this a lot of MM cults come through the place and there was Be Skyhawks had a Philippine swayed dumb and awesome heavy. But I'll I'll always running tom you know and Thought is myself and just see if I can actually wake which one of these half. It doesn't come through I island. And he he ended up being molokai prints that from the word go from the first three-quarter on him to and get him galp too much. Because I was too hitting that idea. SLIP HIM UP. A couple of Tom. McClintock a couple of times and he thought he went pretty good so I just a myself just to say if I could find one and whether whether I have the knowledge to to to pick one out you know because that's really good that you remember molecule at Princeton just remind what everybody wants some good prices on one of the British plight It was the first one when the British plight Shinzo made Edinburgh on protest kill so which was Prince Regent. I think it was cold So there were these two mine to your pricy. One lobbied running this burnside's produce questions from Roy. Reality became a horse and never got to recover much. But I think maybe Down here to go after that. So you say you brought in track.
"i. toby" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"And get worse. Much like his brilliant Music Career Toby's horse racing operation was ascending to the top of the charts. Talented home breads such as Sebastian. County seeking Micheli ghost lock it and current stable star. Three chords would provide Keith with more memorable performances. But it was his keen eye for pedigree that led to another greatest stakes victory. They kick on for all now. Cyrus Alexander. To the outside of smallville painted miseries in contention to it's Mac Dara's well domains rap. We have a wide open race here. In the corn husker. Anti cow painted misery on the outside and smack. Smack is right there too. Small Boas their shotgun cowboy. A Walk is even getting into it from the inside code blast to smack smack smack smack pain and misery shotgun cowboy snack snack in between two. I wanted to keep that Mira. I bought that marriage about his second down over here for thirty five thousand and bought it off of the big Canadian form of there and the people who they sent here to sell it said it was her favorite big old dapple Grey Mare. And she she was in photo whiskey wisdom and I think I gave thirty two thousand four something. They came over and thanked me so we didn't want to sell this mayor and she was a with approval and she was the only Marin the pedigree she's only fairly in the pedigree under her first down. The other three were colts. You'll have four baby and two with approval Colt stakes winners. She's a with approval. Made Forty five thousand and then maybe another coat by somebody else another sire that was a stapler so it was like two or three six hundred four baby and she's a full two of these with approval and the pedigree I loved it and so while she read bag and then had my whiskey wisdom and then I came back bread. Thirteen Fourteen fifteen times will wanNA bread victory gallop that's one of the phillies. I kept that smacks Max's mother so the grammar remember.
"i. toby" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"That just people asking questions like are you gay which your favorite shoes just random porsches in some ways i do vapors like nam straight edge and i read it like last week. I was like oh my god. I wasn't supposed to see it and he was just doing that for the people that follow him. I haven't ever preached to him like you have to be like this. This is he's never had meet who never eat meat. He hates it. He thinks disgusting the possible. Burgers are beyond well. He doesn't even need wow. That's that's gonna take take like a lot of courage strength and composure and self confidence to kind of navigate. You know your peer group and have that kind of conviction yeah now now. This is a bunch of friends at school vegan because of him. It's really cool and catered to him at school with his diet at school and <hes> i don't know this. We're conscious world man more younger kids are too yeah. It's cool but still where how do you. How have you sidesteps like that. Kind of natural urge that i'm sure you i've had when you were his his age. She kind of helped push back against the parental unit. I know it's crazy 'cause he listens to this crazy death metal music. Memo wife have never played in the house. It's the only type of music do not like so we found this jon rahm music on his own that he loves and it's totally insane music like i can't explain it but he founded on his own so it's kind of his rebellion against us in a in a way he has abandoned. The band sounds like mr bone. Some grunge ninety seven has nothing to do with my music so that's cool right. And what do you think you did or are doing as a parent that has now created this creature who feels good about himself and can kind of make his own way without succumbing to all of these pressures. That elitist stray for us is communication. It's number one number. One thing we talk about my house is <hes>. We talked about everything with my son from day. One <hes> about any kind of bullying just has anything any pressure. We we have such an open relationship. It's kind of insane. Sometimes i okay that's enough on here about that but we talk about everything and there's this total tight unit it family man and <hes> my wife grew up. You know just your mom in. I grew up with my mom basically and so many have like a full family. Structure is so important according to us and you know i can't. I can't call my dad and say i mean we took me fishing. I can't get any device in my dad because i don't have one so i do the best with all the values i've learned from growing up in punk rock to instill my son and it's this it's a lot of honesty and communication and love tons of love and it's interesting because a lot of his friends like to come hang at our house because we have like the drums drums in the room like ice skate gets a good vibe. I don't know i think it's just being honest with them and the non-judgmental yeah one hundred percents of no matter how cool you are and like you're super cool like your kids..
"i. toby" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
"Toby chilly, Amar thinks Toby in the money we've got traffic on the way with Lisa Vadim producer Kayla is here, now, thanks to cabinet discounters. It's time for Toby Chile's. Top stories police in Virginia Beach are searching for a motive behind the deadly mass shooting last week. Doing critic emailed a two weeks notice on Friday morning, just hours before he opened fire at a government office. He was a city manager and officials say he was in good standing he had not been let go twelve people were killed for others are still in the hospital. We'll is back online after a massive outage left users around the world cut off the company called it a network. Congestion issue that was centered around its cloud service that took not only Google services I g mail and YouTube offline but also apps and websites that rely on the Google cloud. Well metro was making some changes to the shuttle bus service between Huntington and Pentagon metro station and express shuttle is going to be running during peak service periods today from both the north and south sides of the Huntington station directly to the Pentagon metro hopes that some of the changes will smooth out people's commute during this time of closure. So are you working your dream job? If you're a millennial chances are you said, yes. Because according to a survey eighty four percent of millennials Irv as say they are working their dream jobs. Now, the only Molyneaux here on the Toby chilly show is producer Kayla th right? Not to us. Yes. She says, yes, she's working a dream job. Right. We need you, by the way, she's too expensive you to try to hire steel. I don't even try. Weatherwise today really beautiful. Maybe need take a long launch and be outside sunny skies. Highs around seventy three right now clear and fifty five at six twenty three. Go Toby until he's top stories here on ninety seven point one wash..
"i. toby" Discussed on Technotopia
"Welcome back to Topi podcast about a better future. John Biggs today. Lucia we have Toby west. He's as scifi author. Author singularities children. There's a there's a series of three here. Welcome toby. Hey, thanks, John. Good to be hit. Tell me a little bit about these books. Yes. No working on the fourth book is three books. It's a series takes a group of diverse characters from a by twenty fifty up until about twenty fifty. It's not quite sets on this world. But that's not really a major plot point is just so that I've got a little bit of flexibility bites not always having to future near future predictions on the head. So I could give myself bit of wiggle room that and I think it's it's sort of fa me away of looking while cheese a couple of things. So it's a great story. Certainly my read is like the action and the scifi venture. But it's a way of made looking forward into the future a bit too fleshing out some ideas having characters live through that. And also well building for hopefully, what will be a few. You more books or many books down the road. So let's talk a little bit about your your future philosophy. Obviously, this isn't said on earth. But what's your what's your take? Most scifi writers obviously have to connect. What's happening currently with their writing? Right. So Yes, What's your take on on the future is is it all going to to pot or are we going to be okay? That kind of thing. I think it's in the balance at the moment. I think that's why. One of these. I didn't want to set a book, you know, in some sip. Star Trek future utopia will the problems solved because I don't think it's a folk on conclusion, but I'm in no way, entirely nihilistic and nothing will go down the toilet. So I think it's a fine line. And that's what I've tried to to show. So for me the big question is. I suppose major premise we've always had we've always needed freedom in order for the intellectuals and artists to generates the long term value that society needs. So like scientists publi don't work well with people standing behind them with whips. There were a lot of scientists off to the second bowl that had managed to withstand that for a short amount of time. But I guess the talent relief flowered once they got to the US, and we'll given enough room for that creativity to flour. And as we move into an age where we've got a that can increasingly do the jobs of intellectuals. What then become the sort of the barriers to complete fascist distort, yo where everybody's controlled. And at the same time the technology for control is coming up. And you've got this no longer need the intellectuals potentially. Because we got the we've got the two babysits everybody to make sure that they are living in something much more strangling them anything will well ROY to bites. So that's really that's high body could go, you know, we we might never get out from underneath the blankets of oppression. But at the same time, we got these amazing outages which the coming indistinguishable from magic as Klux. Yeah. That's an interesting point. So as we move forward into I guess the next decade a lot of the things that we do from who fall in love with two. We talk to what we eat are going to start being mediated by these robots. Is that is that a fascist asto Lia or is that just? I mean, if you want to argue that you could argue that the the Old Testament was essentially, a a methodology to design to make sure that you did that you did be didn't kill your neighbor or eat bad food, essentially. So these these guidelines have been with us for for centuries. Does does that sort of thing is that sort of technological? Interjection? Is that bad? Well, I think we've always needed systems too. We've we've more efficient twin will agreeing with about some basic facts and up some basic principles of society. Otherwise, it's just too much backwards and forwards about once taboo, what's not. So this is you know, I do agree that it's good to have a framework. I'm probably one of these things started off with the best intentions in mind. But when people exploit them for their own gain. It's just becomes like another another territory..
"i. toby" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Toby air trucker amount of good sets i too share if your pain at having extended families all democrats and uh it seems like why is it that that liberals and democrats are the ones that have to always bring this up when when uh obama why i didn't say anything in my when uh trump plans i don't i still don't say the needle me i just did the same thing i do every day all day at work uh when out when everybody assumes that i despise donald trump it's just not true i i i'm not that great big donald trump supporter probably about you he wasn't my first choice monies way better than the idiot uh that we had at second choice and when uh when they do it you just ignoring him and just know that we won the election and hopefully as the country's he gets 100 out a little bit just to stay smuggling stay silent and by the way i have been known to keep people out of my house thanksgiving christmas whatever they want to start an argument they can leave and go through it someplace else thank you toby toby laying down the law hey you wanna talk about that hit the brooks babajee how that traffic out there well looking pretty good job everywhere except westbound by 40 you had that earlier accident just east of course odds off to the right shoulder but it's that backup was so bad as san pedro that has just taken a while to shake out so montagna per se or alameda much better alternates if you had that option to go west do it that way we also have an accident northbound san mateo just south of academy three vehicles still in the cleanup stages a left and center lanes blocked you're gonna wanna stay right there we also have an accident with injuries broadway and indian school if.