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Fresh update on "ike" discussed on The Boxer Show

The Boxer Show

00:45 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ike" discussed on The Boxer Show

"END sports. Good morning, Matt McCoy could choice by the way. Well, the reason I the reason I went with them on suggested them Tina Turner. Obviously, I was like stunned that she wasn't in already And yesterday. I said that, but She is in with Ike Turner as Scott Jenkins explain to me so she was not in by yourself, So she was kind of already in, which is why it is but the go Go's I heard it. I guess I guess I heard a little bit of trivia about them yesterday That made me feel like that they should deserve. The point was the trivia please share so there are four other all female bands or groups. I should say that are already in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Uh, this Prem's Martha and the Vandals, the Shirelles and the Ronettes. The go Go's, however, are the first all female Group band, Whatever you want to say it that predominantly wrote their own stuff. Oh, wow. I didn't know that road and produce their own records and albums And so there Trendsetters their pioneer. They are in rock and roll. And who doesn't like Belinda Carlisle. Amen. Amen. Brother A man. She was an eighties crush back then for me. I know you guys probably did you ever for that? So your poster was at the Ohio State dorm room while I was hanging up? I wasn't a poster guy. No faucet faucet. Yeah, boy. Why, like Belinda Carlisle for a couple of reasons, you guys obviously No, I'm a sports guy. But she was married to the Los Angeles Dodgers. First basement back then, a toe height of heard the elevator, huh? Greg Marshall, I believe is what His name was. I have to look it up. But look at you with all this. The Dodgers first basement. It was a star. I almost said Garry Marshall, but that that's the penny Marshall. Yeah, brother. But Greg Marshall, yes. Was was her husband. They did not last so Anyway, I thought that that was cool. Like she's Hey, and she's a baseball fan, too. You know, I'm hearing a neck stra podcast of the eye. Her radio after you with this stuff. Beanie was rock and roll trivia are six. Yeah, I'd listen Yeah. There you go, so, but I like to go. Go's idea. They were always Good sound upbeat and fun and that kind of thing. So our lips are sealed in love. Who doesn't love that? There you go. All right? Well, the NFL schedules were released last night. The Bangles and the Browns are gonna match up in Cincinnati Sunday, November 7th and then in Cleveland in the final game next season, January 9th in terms of national exposure. The Bangles in week four. Play a home Thursday night game against Urban Meyer and Jacksonville and the Browns have four national TV games. The highlights of those Ah Christmas night matchup in Green Bay and about a month prior to that on November 28th they visit Baltimore in Sunday night football. Couple of other football notes defended back Tyree Johnson, who would have been a senior at Ohio State this year. Has put his name in the transfer portal. Johnson has been a backup DB at the Buckeyes during his Buckeye career. Former Ohio State quarterback J. T. Barrett was bounced around several NFL camps is now getting a shot with the Dallas Cowboys, who are having him in this weekend at their mini camp for a tryout soccer Tough night for the crew were blank by Toronto to nothing. The crew 11 into an MLS play. Have been shut out in three of their four MLS matches. Baseball, the Reds and Indians both one extra inning game. Cincinnati five, wanted Pittsburgh Jesse Winker with the go ahead R B I single AU radio Suarez broke it open with a three run double The Indians win. 21 also intend inning's over the Cubs Sweeping that two games. Syriza a med Rosario with the game ending R B I single. Tried in Seattle. The Reds in Colorado tonight, Clippers lost at home, the Omaha 54 and playing again this afternoon, and that 11 game losing streak for the Cavs is over. They win their home finale, beating Boston one or 2 94 from the central high Ohana dealer. Sports test. Matt McCoy news radio 6 10 W T.

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Fresh update on "ike" discussed on Mark Levin

Mark Levin

01:27 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ike" discussed on Mark Levin

"Turner tide of Rundgren and the proof fighters are among the new inductees into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The organization said the new arrivals represent the most diverse list of inductees in the Hall of Fame is history. We go let the trumpets blow with Jay Z the go. Go's Carole King all joined the Class. Three of the inductees were already in the hall Turner for her musical partnership with Ike Turner King for her song writing partnership with Gerry Goffin on the crew fighters, Dave grow for his work drumming with Nirvana. 36 annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony will take place October 30th in Cleveland, Michelle Pelino, Fox New Guitars, Medi Van Halen, Eric Clapton and Aerosmith as well as autographed memorabilia from the Beatles and even strands of Kurt Cobain hair or some of the highlights of an online rock and roll auction that ends this weekend. The items are part of a slate of rock. I don't being offered up by iconic auction. Portion of the proceeds will benefit Crew Nation Relief Fund for live music Touring in venue Cruz I'm least Scylla. Sarah Mrs Fox News. Some phone tonight. And some of that fire will be fairly dancing. Some localized areas. 46 for low with a light wind. And Scott plays like a cowboy, please in the town like a couple of time in the way like the cowboy way. Have a gavel I can today. Yeah, when you're all that whole crowd boys contained that cowboy ground you away like the cowboy way have a cowboy candidate here. Like to have a big time drive the new big Sky burger every way. Rogers restaurants. It's a quarter pound burger with Smithfield pulled pork beer battered onion rings American cheese in spicy barbecue sauce on a corn dusted Kaiser bun ain't no way like the cowboy way and a song like a tablet song. Have a cowboy kind of had a role in a way all going wrong. You have yourself a big time. Try.

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Fresh update on "ike" discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

00:38 sec | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ike" discussed on All Things Considered

"2021. Tina Turner, The Queen of Rock herself doesn't need validation from any body to be part of music history. But for now, it's a nice excuse for us to listen to some of her music. This is her second time being inducted into the Rock hall with the first time for her earlier work with Ike Turner. Also being inducted for the second time is singer songwriter Carole King. Ideally, Earth moved on the movie Idealists Guy Come on down with the addition of the go Go's that makes three female acts being inducted in a performer's category in one year, another milestone in Rock Hall history. Also.

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Fresh update on "ike" discussed on Tolbert, Krueger and Brooks

Tolbert, Krueger and Brooks

02:14 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ike" discussed on Tolbert, Krueger and Brooks

"We mentioned one, say, Tina Turner, and you just yell out What's love Got to do with it like this. All the teen attorney you don't know I could go mad Max beyond Thunderdome Two man for one man leave. That's the movie. What's the name of the awesome song she did for mad Max? Beyond Thunderdome? Goddamn! Come on, bro. I don't know. We don't need another hero. Best step Tina Turner. Knowledge, no other. Come on, man. I still listen to that song. I still love it. There's still a classic. Yeah. Two minutes. What's what's or what? What's their best song, though, as a solo artist Or just overall, I'm guessing it was a solo artist, but it could have been I don't know. I guess how married that? That's the one. You know, she she She was with Ike Turner. Then That's what I thought. That was their rendition of Proud Mary. That you had that If you don't get going too proud, Mary, I don't know. Help help. She should have been a rock and roll Hall of fame on that performance just suited dude. Unbelievable. The energy that that woman in Ah mini skirt high heels puts into that performance. Tina Turner is a beach, man. I don't don't You know, Don't let the you know She's older now and, you know, don't let that kind of, you know, middle in the eighties rock she put out there, you know, She did it and got paid for it. And it worked. Uh, you know from that album was a private dancer. I forget the name of the album. What man team in terms of beef stock. She's an absolute beast. And the fact that it took this long for her to get to the rock and roll Hall of famous Well, you know, You don't even museum to tell you what you hear and see is awesome. And You don't need a museum to tell you that Tina Turner is one of the greats. All right. There you go. That's the musical portion of this program schedule release is coming out and information about the Niners schedule is trickling in. We will give you the DEETs. On who the Niners will play it more to the point when they will play in the times on that. How many Primetime games? Will this Niner squad get in the upcoming 2021 season will answer those questions. Next here on these boards leader? She KV on KNBR, 1045 and 68 ft towards leader. Traffic.

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Fresh update on "ike" discussed on Terry Meiners

Terry Meiners

01:53 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ike" discussed on Terry Meiners

"Ian and I talked about this earlier in the show. We want to get your take on that. I don't think there's a single one of the people inducted that I don't like in some way, so I'm thrilled. Let's stay on the go. Go's we just heard. That's the first all female band that plays their own instruments. That was the description given earlier by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame vice President of Education Jason Handley. I'm kind of stunned by Nis. That Yeah, that blows my mind. Have you been in? Heart. Well, I guess our guys is Scylla. So animals where there were guys in that band. Yeah, everybody else in that band was males. I'm just trying to think of some other groups that people some of the people I know I can't even think of like a cultural reason why That's a thing. Why it took so long to get in all female band that played their own instruments, But I mean, it just seems Insane. Yeah. I mean, just think about some of these talented Louisville people that have that have made records over the years And obviously it's the only way I know him is by playing their instruments. The Bridget Kaylin type people that they're that they're here. You know, And it's just that there have to be people like that all across America and every city, Cheyenne Mai's These people play their own instruments and sing And so it's a standing there, not one of them. Made it to rock and Roll Hall of Fame status until now. When you consider you know how many talented people there are out there at every level. In America and some we don't know about. Yeah, Obviously they're on their way up there like us. They're on the cusp of greatness, but You know, we'll see how it works out. All right. Foo fighters run as well. And they were in on their first year of eligibility. Here again. The vice President of Education Jason Hanley, That's a good gig. Where do you work? Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. What do you do? Well, once a year, I explain a man Splain why people are making it into the role of faith. So on. There are really cool people that are just awesome to be around. You'd have to be to get that kick. You know, I mean, there's there's nothing about it. You can't be a nerd like me and get a job to rock and roll Hall of Fame is like trying to get a job in a record store. 25 years ago, I'd walk in, fill out an application to get out of here, Then laugh at you. Exactly. What we don't hire You All right, Jason. What up with the Foo fighters? Number of groups that naked the first year of eligibility the first time they're on the ballot. And the voters just come out and support them. And I think for Dave Groll in the Foo Fighters, it was probably just because they've really carried the torch of kind of classic rock and roll. Absolutely totally agree. Classic rock. Well, I mean, the fact that he appears with everybody Dave grow. He's played with all the old time people. You know, and he said, Everybody loves him. He shows up with whoever you know the Aerosmith or whatever. He's he plays and everybody at some point or another. They dated girls here, cut out stage. So talented I'd consider e And you sounded. You scoffed at classic Rock. Do you not agree? For the food fight. I mean, I guess it depends on how old you are whether or not you consider them Classic rock, but I mean Anybody post grunge era? It's hard for me to consider them classic rock. But like I said, that all depends on how old you are right. Because the sounding Yeah. The grunge era went on when I was in high school, so don't be mad just because you're getting close to the classic Rock era. Oh, no. I'm aware that some of those bands are classic rock Now I'm just not sure that I would put the Foo fighters in that category. Just yet mostly because They're still probably one of the top three rock bands in the world. Yes, Still to this day forever Another Yeah. Jason's got more comments about some of the other people who were inducted. I thought you guys may want to hear because it is funny. It's for everybody. No matter whatever. Age you are at some point, the people that were your high school heroes and yours. You're in high school and the music was all yours. Then that you see them as older people. It's like, Oh, my God! What's happening? You know, not necessarily Rock and roll Hall of Fame ready yet? Yeah, just see them always older in general. It happens to us, all right? So Carole King and Tina Turner both in and here's Jason Handley, again talking about those legends entering the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Roky, who's getting inducted here for her solo work. Previously been inducted with Gerry Goffin is a songwriter Tina Turner, where previously been inducted with Ike Turner for her work in You Know, I continue to turn a band. Carolyn Tina will now be the second to women inducted twice after Stevie Nicks did it just a few years ago. And they purge like Turner from this thing. Please. That should kind of I mean, I know that sort of cancel culturally of us, but I mean, that was proven. Let's get him out of there. Let's There's no reason for him to be in that. I'm sure there are a ton of others. That probably had some bad things he beat on her. We all know that. That's not a secret, right, right? Yeah. And Released. Move that like notification toe far corner of the rock and Roll Hall of Fame. I mean, it's right, you're right. The cancel culture issue does come into play there. I mean, like, with Bill Cosby on again, Bill Cosby's crimes or different But still very severe. Schools would say you know that that award we had for Bill Cosby. Well, we're gonna remove that from our files or whatever. I mean, those types of things do happen when you learn more about Someone, but the Ike Turner stuff was really kind of evident. Back in those days. If you read up on that, I think that's the 19 sixties when they were together. 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Lawmakers Want Details on Facebook’s Instagram for Kids

Geek News Central

01:03 min | Last month

Lawmakers Want Details on Facebook’s Instagram for Kids

"Democratic lawyers are asking facebook the detail. Its instagram for kids project. They have concerns about the proposal. You think following report last month. The facebook is working on a version. Instagram for children under the age of thirteen parents. Parents parents parents a group of four democrat. Lawmakers said they're concerned with the company's plan a letter signed by senator ed markey richard blumenthal represent. Kathy castor and laurie trahan. The group astra series appointed and technical questions related the project for instance several direct. The company detail. How the tubers instagram will be including whether facebook will those will allow those on the main line app to see the contents. Kids post other questions. Touched on practical subjects ike. How facebook plans to handle things when he used turns thirteen and so on and so forth please please please if they launch this. Do not allow your under thirteen year. Old kids to get a kids instagram. Please

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Tina Turner Documentary: Tina

Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

01:49 min | Last month

Tina Turner Documentary: Tina

"Last week and you documentary was released about the megastar. Tina turner simply titled tina. This comes from the american directing gio. Dan lindsay and tj martin who made the twenty eleven oscar winning sportstalk on defeated. Tina is a chronological retelling of the artist's life. Who was born anime bullock in the cotton fields of tennessee and adopted the stage name. Her ex husband ike turner gave her throughout her career. Like is a strong presence in the film their relationship and the violence towards it by him. It's been well reported is still constantly dredged up and interviews time and time again keen to avoid repeatedly reliving that trauma. Tina decided in the early nineties to tell her story in a file graffiti and the movie. What's love got to do with it. Starring angela bassett. A hope was that this would answer. Everyone's questions about her past and she could leave it there but of course the thirst for a sensational headline was not quenched. Gems continue to fixate on ike despite teen is far greater solo success. And so this is one of the tensions in tina. How to tell tina turner's story like is of course a huge part of it. It would be remiss to the him out plus the footage of the i. Continues of stage is incredible. But the main focus of tina turner's story is the determination of an extra ordinarily talented performer to overcome the struggles of an abusive marriage and funds. Success in the music industry eventually becoming one of the world's biggest rock styles. influencing everyone from mick jagger to be on say over several decades we watch a move. From the r&b she made with ike to vegas variety shows to pop producers in europe where she finally found her audience. Went on set out stadium tours around the world this one takeaway from tina is that she is an indefatigable star who always known the talented. She has to offer the world that voice and all that energy

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Tina Turner's New HBO Max Doc Wins the Weekend

Daily Pop

01:54 min | Last month

Tina Turner's New HBO Max Doc Wins the Weekend

"Tina turner is proving. She is still the queen and but she is definitely ready to say goodbye to spotlight her. Hbo machienry tina won the weekend and while the film looks back on the highlights of her extremely successful career. It also focuses on the abuse. She suffered from her ex ike turner. I had an abusive nice. There's no other way to tell the story win. She became successful past story. Reach so many people who felt like they had to keep their secrets. Locked away deep down hard. One of the worst parts of your life has been an inspiration inherits have to remember those times but at a certain stage given his takes over coming what what did you think when you watched the first part of the or did you see the whole the whole documentary. it's all one part. I just it made me realize my mom used to wake me up on sunday. Mornings ask crack dawn blaring that same tina turner cd for years and as a child. I didn't understand the impact and almost connectivity. Tina turner had to a lot of women and what she meant to a whole generation and watching it back. I now understand why mom my aunts were still obsessed with tina. She was there. The i say yes. She came from such an abusive relationship. She came from after her four. She says what she had. Thirty six thirty and then became tina turner. You know just icon. You know just shows that she had like a career with him but then to to lose everything and bring them back like she was destined for

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"ike" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

Yeah, But Still

07:02 min | Last month

"ike" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

"It'd be people be lined up around the block. And yeah it's the guy and i had so many friends who would go and they would be like dude guy gained cook man. He's fucking amazing. Like he is incredible and i finally officer. I finally saw him. And i was like together. She's got a lot of energy but it was definitely not the kind of stand up that i like. I used to listen to richard pryor albums. And i love eddie. He murphy and i loved i loved. collect billy crystal stand up and i liked blah blah blah and. I just was like oh. This is the perfect comedy for the moment right. The two thousands were just as empty period of just terrible art. Like fucking so much shitty us did make a lot of sense for the time. It made perfect sense for the time but i remember doing the sketch and being worried like he was going to beat me up but he never did so. Have you guys. Data's did he did he talk about it. No more than i saw you also played him on family guy. Yeah yeah we also. I also played them in a meet. The spartans jesus i was a real vaughn meader for a while there with You sound obsessed with in bro. Yeah i did that all the space of a year and a half. that's fucking super lame. And i'm really embarrassed about that. Jesus no i mean if you had a skill and there's a demand that's capitol very mild demand for but it was it was it was it was just a different era. Like you make fun of people and no one got really offended. Like you know which i think is probably good. Well it's like you know pre social media it's like put on a show. Maybe have a passing moment. It's not like the person's like reading has the ability to respond immediately to you bro. He was. I mean he was the king of my space at the time so he was. He was responding to every message on my space. Those a huge part of his really on every single one for his thing was he would stay after shows and like talk to every single fan and like i remember hearing that and i was like fawzi. That's just hustle. Like good good like you like you know. You're not richard. Pryor chris rock right but you get these three just thousands of people want to see you and you're gonna do your thing which is to be like kind of super humble and he built a dane cook. Built a populist movement in the su- fi was the fucking the super finger he do. Oh you have it you know it. Oh day i've been trying to learn how to have been trying to learn the sufa try. I've been trying to learn for years. I feel like i've never. I think i got it. Oh training for years. What is the nation of it. What is it. I think it was just like when you when fuck us not strong enough. You wanna give super finger. I just remembered that there is like a a clip the other day that somebody was like kind of circulating from like peak dane. Cook arena dane. Cook where he's like. You know what i call you know what i call it. Wanna relationship is bad a relationships and then an entire arena just like losing their minds. That's two thousand and that's literally thousands. Different planet different and not necessarily gray poor alike my favorite movie. Judge retaliation my favorite comic fucking dane. Cook my favorite show. That's right it's entourage. It was just like the art was hyperglycemia fide and this is like well. Abu ghraib was happening. people are reading about like us. Like massacring iraqi teenagers and reverse credit swapping their houses. They're like Go see the island. Yeah i mean. Meanwhile we're podcast. Where like there's children being kept in cages. and we're like yo so check out this guy. Mr. donald trump goya beans. That's true. I guess it up benefiting the sam the need for distraction as well all part of the same much smaller. Er much choice cook gi. Joe retaliation. I'm not saying i mean i'm not about to. We're observed merely we're not i think that's the worst. That's the worst trend. Though is when i think like there's a lot of comedians that post trump. Where like they were good at telling jokes before and then felt the need to like. Yeah he pundits and then but they're not smart enough to do it so like i like. I know that. I'm not smart enough to fucking like. Yeah let's let's actually. Yeah i want to ask you about this but let's not name any names. What do you think in general about like comics who have kind of just gone full political on twitter and no longer are making jokes. I wanna put you in a position to like. Yeah yeah. I mean it's i'm guilty of it too like my twitter used to be like funny and then like for four years. It was like mitch mcconnell. You are a liar liar. I'm a fucking loser too. But it's definitely it's broken. People's brains trump cove road and people's brains and i feel like there are some people who have been super funny during it but then there are people who just have a hard time. I think reckoning. With how can i be frivolous until stupid jokes about diarrhea. When there is so much suffering. I will a lot of them are like in include myself in this just. The twitter feeds shit. The twitter feeds in general. Is there almost all bad. Like like there's i can think of like five or six people off the top of my head where i'm like. They're being interesting and funny but for the most part like to see comedians celebrities. Actors get more politically active because it was fucking really annoying. You know in the two thousand dollars to try to get people to go to fucking protest march. So i'm happy for that. But i think there are some people who are having a hard time figuring out how to keep the lightness and the humor that had with the new world. And it's it's i get caught in that. Don't get me wrong like participating in political action as like and also being a comedian is. There's nothing wrong with that. You're wearing bernie shirt right now. We love this. You know that's different than like they're people whose brains got broken to the point where they're like just lost in like the theater of like neoliberalism where they're like re tweeting randy rainbow being like. This is the most brilliant thing i've ever seen. I saw someone. I can't i really truly can't remember who it was..

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"ike" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

Yeah, But Still

06:43 min | Last month

"ike" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

"He would have to show his butthole dick and stuff. Improvise mccook racial slurs. But what does that get you like hard penis like hard. Pena's nc seventeen is. That's that's fucking penetration. That's penetration that's like reversible by gaspard. No or like you know what i mean. It's like it's yes. No that's bullshit. Someone who is this is is this film fax at felt facts on film. Doesn't i don't think this is. This is nonsense all this shit on. Twitter uber facts. Yes the facts history facts. They're all there is so much just blatantly bullshit information. Yeah that's a sigh up. We gotta go back to okay. I need. I need to go back to that. Mr president. donald trump beans sweet. Because look at this. I didn't even read the caption. Okay he really lays it all out mr kanye west yeezy baby mr dahl from goi beans and mr sleeping uncle. Joe biden telling america about themselves but sat enough. Mr sleepy uncle joe starts dozing off. While talking america fun is hell rates. We could we please move on. I realized we're gonna accidentally do an entire epo. That i love when he also he will do these entire videos where he'll just wear a diaper for the whole video. Yeah on donald trump beans. I'm a baby. Oh this one there is one more. He's a chef. Mr chaparral trump go. This is a really complicated character by the way that over your kitchen. He's a chef with a diaper a diaper chevy and he's also donald trump. This one's really elaborate. He's raw chicken. Lemon juice is going on the chicken orange juice to wash chicken which and not forget. Check out my favorite my diaper today amidst the sheriff national. I'm this shift to the okay. How is just chef. While i'm wearing my dipoto. Thank you mr president trump dude. I was wonder like. Are there other people in the house seeing this like going down. Are there people filming it. Yeah it's amazing. He's the best you guys should have him on the pot. I would come back on the pot and love to just oh. I know we've considered. I think like is there a chance of killing the mystery. It's a beautiful thing. I think the questions the questions make it go. Yeah that's why. I liked appearing in his videos because i was like. I'm not i'm i'm trying to answer your your world your world. You know you can't beautiful fish out of water on the land you know. Yeah yeah let it the anyway you did mention that you're from chicago so am i. I mean i grew up in the suburbs. The wesley will is the thing. I don't know if you guys cross paths but yes columbia was in lewis's band. That's the only connection. I have but you went to columbia. Jackie i did a man. I had so many friends who went to colombia. They call them. Yeah i mean huge. But yeah i was when i was doing my research stocking you a little bit. It said on your that you worked for the yes. Is that real. Yeah yeah i was a. I was like a summer intern there. My summer before i went to college and then i went to college for year and i got kicked out and i didn't want to go back so i went back to the and i was like i still have my job and they're like So i worked there for like three basically like three more you. What were you doing there. I mean for the listeners. The like the l. train subways. You know like It's it's i was working in the merchandise mart and corporate corporate level offshoot of the marketing department called had the best named quality management. It was okay like late nineties. Corporate speak and like we would. Do we do everything from like any promotional stuff. But i would also do like office stuff. I would drive people around Our big thing was like the fare card machines. Yeah yeah so. We were the people who had to take out the two prototypes and try to. I'll never forget this. They took us on like a like a january morning. They made us go to the brown line. Stop at diversity which is a pretty popular stop for. Am commuters and they were like. Your job is to get try to persuade. People did not use the clerk and get them to use this new machine so like i'm trying to get people a lot of them like you wanna use a machine in the morning. People are just so like you know what i mean. They had like their heads. They don't wanna look at you. Wanna go and finally one guys like all right fine. He's already like annoyed at me before he's even used it. And i'd like this is great. You put in a one five ten or twenty and then blah blah blah and he puts the twenty. And i go great okay. Let's push the car. Push the button card comes out. Push the button again. Come out. I start kind of like the machine. The machine just like frozen. He's like where's my fucking money. I told him like. I remember going into the clerk and being like hey. I worked for the cpa. Can i give man his money back and went into machines. She's i don't know what that fucking machine is. Now get the fuck outta here. So i had to tell this guy. I had to write him a receipt. It'd be like bring this to the merchandise mart seventh floor and will refund your money and he grabbed my hand and pointed finger right in my face and goes go. Fuck yourself dude. Also i mean it's a terrible ask 'cause like i remember so many scams are centered around. Like hey i have this card like if you trade me this card i'll like rechargers and it confusing and then you end up losing twelve dollars. That's the scam. You know bothering. Am commuters in the cold to try to use. New technology is a shitty job. It's like if anybody asked me if somebody asks you anything on the floor of eta stop. You're just like not responding general. Most likely you're trying to do some kind of elaborate con unless it's a very direct wholesome question like what time is it..

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"ike" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

Yeah, But Still

02:54 min | Last month

"ike" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

"Up mr. I'm really mistake. Boise didn't think. Oh my god that was way better on a political comedy is anything that like bill maher has done. That was ten years ten thousand times. Funnier than any. Sarah cooper bill. If we're talking about presidential like he he had different characters. They sound a little bit alike but like he called out. Like i think. I think he's gonna call out the ridiculousness of the politics where it's like. You really only have choice of one or two. Even though there's a third guy who's illusion of it's about the illusion of choice and then it's like very well. I think isolated how we all felt where it was like. Trump is lying to us. He's not sincere. Joe biden's trying to be cool but up. He fell asleep. Yeah like he's really fucking think you really like. That is like strangely nuanced. And i think he's. He's a star. He's like lana turner. So so the drugs you know like brandon. You've lana turner this man. Oh yeah absolutely. You know what brennan reminds me of from last week. We're talking about. What do we call it. The labor to laughs ratio. We're talking about like we're talking about. When people put way too you could tell somebody. Put way too much effort into executing a bit or like any kind of like internet sketch or something like that and it's not that funny and it's so distracting because you're like wait. You bought like ten thousand waffles to do that like you know what i'm saying it's like it may have been funny except i could tell that you spent multiple days in one thousand dollars on this. It's like a ratio the ratio labor laughs ratio. But i said to you brandon. I'm like i'm like it could be broken. Where like the labor goes when you go way far out the labor so intense. It actually becomes fun. This is the revisits an example. Where like he stuck to the beans character so for so long gets funnier every time because so much flavors in one hundred percent. Hey can you. Can you go back to the screen for a second. I literally saw something that caught my eye. And i was like wait. A can't be read that the right way on my computer screen that you just yet. Oh i also wanna release his. Wait hold on the right there it says. Nc seventeen. mrs doubtfire fans wanna know more about unconfirmed reports director cut already and nc seven. Yeah i'll show you this. Viral full full penetration make improvise. Wait a minute. wait a minute. So he improvised. What are the senior who fucking eight. Sally fields asked in front of the kids. That's what people are wondering provides. Nc seventeen cut yeah. He's a he's the king. He was the king of improv. That's what he's calling sexual assault a sixteen.

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"ike" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

Yeah, But Still

09:25 min | Last month

"ike" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

"Welcomed the yet. But still louise joining us this week. Ooh brandon want you. Take it actor writer Baron holds polymath. You you're over there fucking punching the air morning. Well i let me a polymath. I know. I'm i'm kind of i'm a i'm a matt i'm polly sexual and i love doing long division. That always throws me off. I was slowly man. That's what they called like. James madison right like equally as well with his right hand and his left hand at the same time. I guess made him a polymath dexterous. No that made him a polymath. No blu ray and get right concurrently. Which is hard to spot. Oh interesting. that's pretty cool. That sounds like some bullshit that like one of his friends made up after he died. Like i feel like maybe his brother or son just made up some bullshit and be like. Oh yeah my dad. You know he used to be able to do this thing thomas. Jefferson's kids was like yeah and here. He also created the rocking chair. Yeah share your three. He built that he's a great guy. By the way. I just remembered all of the of the boys in my school. Who know really Loved to rage. They all went to james madison university Which you know is. I don't know i don't know about that his legs. It doesn't feel like respectful to his legacy. That's like a real party school. Yeah jayme you big big party school. Yeah well he was a party animal. He was also tiny guy he was like five one wonder five to one of our smaller smaller presidents. Damn i'm just gonna drop presidential knowledge you guys for an hour. That's how you should about him. We're history. let's we're one of those podcast me like we drink beer and talk history. you know. we're not like public school. history class. Boring shit. No we drink as and we talk about history. We're called thought. History de his history not negate breaking none of the six ip and then just like reading a wikipedia page drink like this shit is crazy. Man drinking six as the equivalent of eating one dozen bagels a loss. Oh yeah it's that is. I'm very fuck as i them weirdly. Well just like. I mean i like the ones i had at your house. I drew like kind of like ones. I can only have one of those like like once you get into like multiples. It gets tough. It's the same thing with a good dark beer. I love a good dark beer but once you get three in. Hey guys this fucking sucks. Cut this part out of the podcast. You talking about now. But there's nothing. I mean waking up with like i mean you're just destroyed after drinking like a pure ip night fucked terrible feeling. It's not liquid a hangover. You just like your body's absolutely pissed off you you're not. I really don't think you're supposed to drink that. Yes so well. Yeah it's like eating a fucking loaf of bread. That's host the fox history. Podcast bodies have built for that anymore. But anyway guys go out on saint patrick's day. Did you guys go to barney's beanery in just party it up. I wish you man. I i was waiting. I had some. I had some. I had some corn beef corned beef to actually boy i mean. That's that's the normal food celebrate story did are you are you raging are faxed. I am not faxed. I haven't gotten the secret celebrity vaccine yet. I didn't have right after jeremy. Piven i check that out down your in line boy guy. Yeah i can't go in until piven is vaccines were so was i was just going to say one time at the comedy. Store there a there's lineup no host it was It was just like fuck in a tag team right and it's it's Dane cook me. Jeremy piven yeah triple threat fucking the omen the ultimate guide to what tonight. Yeah the boys. Damn hello ladies before we move on from saint patrick's day though one thing. I was laughing about yesterday during the holiday. That ancestry dna thing. Have you guys done it. Like were they. Dna ethnic breakdown right. I haven't done it only because on my mom's side they have. They have done it for years. Like the my mom's family's been here for a long long time and it's like that really gross kind of european right off of irish french scottish. That whole thing so we kind of know what that is. M dad's side is like one hundred thousand percent. Ukrainian jewish ukrainian being tormented by cossacks jewish. So i feel like there would be no real surprises. Maybe there'd be a small one. Like i a little bit of flemish in me but i don't think it would be worth media it well for me when i first did it. It said that. I was like sixty percent. Irish just like straight up like ireland republic of ireland and i was like. Oh wow that's like a pretty substantial mine realize and it's it's really spammy anyway ancestry dot com but they their technology a lot to make it better at guessing so they'll send me updates like hey there's been an update here and for the last two or three years. The amount of irish has gone down from sixty to like thirty five percent. And it's just kind of funny because it feels like the updates you get on your credit score. And i'm like i'm like am i my ancestry changing for good behavior like behavior altering how irish i am. And they're noticing this. What ethnicity is filling the gap like his german. Going up or is like add. New ones in like i don't really keep track. I don't really care that much you know. There's like it like prussian and like weird. I don't trust that. I don't trust that shit as a whole just as as an entire operation. Yeah it feels like kind of the. It feels like the intersection of like data mining and eugenics. You know heck. I feel like the end game. I don't know what the end game is. No even though you know have the capital. What do they call it. What do you send in hair. No like saliva semen saliva semen sperms sample. They didn't ask for it. Including but i just figured i'd give them all fluids. That's how i came in envelope returned. My mailman was really often me for handling that information. You get from those places. It doesn't really change your life at all. I guess they're pitches like well. It would make you learn what you're genetically predisposed to but like we're all such much anyways. I don't even know if that's true. I just feel like we're all like just marin blobs of shit. I just liked the idea of like them adjusting. How irish am based on things. I do if i if i follow barstool sports. It will boost the amount of irish. That looks like jack. Just watch the departed is thirty two percent. Yeah exactly rats. But anyway me. Through on dropkick murphys the other day. Oh yeah in the in the in the car. you're listening. They were playing. Dropkick murphys in the in the whip. I think they just they had just watched the the the departed. Yeah so the yeah. I think that's what went into that decision. Who i don't know shit about the dropkick murphys. I couldn't name any other saw. I'm sure they're steve's but that one song fucking slaps man. That song is great. It's a dude bananas. Yeah that's how it goes crazy. Yeah i'm not. I'm not gonna deny that one of those things that got to popular. Then you got people that want to like pretend it's bad like there was a guy like the dark knight just now the dark knight actually not good you get those types like look maybe maybe some bad people like that dropkick murphys song little too much but it's good so like it's so like i feel like i saw it had like a burger king commercial at this point. You know who publicly. I would never my car new no. It's not the great. Like if anything. If i was like a soundproof room like in my garage in a cement sealed door. Maybe like the ipod. I don't want to get caught. Yeah i'm always listening. I fire up like a playlist. I'm always like active. Check it i. Because i don't want to be like in from like neil young until like the score from gremlins to yeah and they're like. Oh you're a fucking loser. Aren't you listening to gremlin jerry. Goldsmith by yourself. That's nothing wrong with that. I'm very pro movie. Soundtracks discussed this. I am too. But i was like that is stuff you listen to when you exercise..

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Chicago Crash On Rand Road In Mount Prospect Under Investigation

TJ Stearns

00:55 sec | 2 months ago

Chicago Crash On Rand Road In Mount Prospect Under Investigation

"I'm going investigation into a rollover crash that occurred on Rand Road this morning. It's still shut down in mount Prospect both ways between Central Street and Henry Crews work out a crash with injuries in Hanover Park on Green Book full part east of Barrington, Rhode. Holds a crashing Hodgkins at 75th Hand of Willow Springs. No issues on the Edens Kennedy going outbound. Eight minutes to Montrose Express it 6 19 getting out to O'Hare inbound side 26 minutes over here to downtown 17 in from the junction. On the outbound side of the Ike. You're looking at 15 minutes for Wolf wrote 26 out to 3 90 31 minutes from 3 1919 in from Bolt Stevens and no delays, But the inbound exit ramp the inbound Ryan is all jammed up. On the Ryan out found is 14 minutes and 90 History Club minutes in about 57 4 lakeshore Drive all good. No soul spots on any of Illinois soul weighs 80 94 clear to

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Getting Women Excited About Tech with Facebook's Caty Caldwell And Jessica Odeyemi

Technically 200

04:48 min | 3 months ago

Getting Women Excited About Tech with Facebook's Caty Caldwell And Jessica Odeyemi

"This is the first of a series of technically two hundred talks or roundtable conversations. Where it's not just a one on one. But one onto plus. And i am very excited about this one because we have miss jessica odor yemi once again from ibm technical product manager. And we've got Ms katy call technical program manager at facebook. Such a pleasure to have you both here to night so i just wanna start with one question for each of you in. Why don't we start with katie. Katie what's your first memory of being excited about tech my first memory of being excited about tack. It has to be. I think in my freshman year computer science course. It's like an introduction a computer science. I just remember. I had started at princeton as a chemical engineer and i was just like i was in my first chemistry class. I was like this is like watching paint dry like this is not like the chemistry. I know from high school and i was just really excited about this idea. Setting chemical engineering. But when i took my first computer science course everyone had worn me before the course that was going to be so challenging difficult and i just remember just like enjoying every assignment and every assignment just felt like it felt like a puzzle. Felt fun and i. I felt like i was spinning. Just an inordinate amount of time. Just focus on by computer science work over my chemistry homework and i hadn't even got into sort of like the chemical engineering courses yet and i was like this'll make sense. Why by studying. Something that i am like. Great like begrudgingly. Getting through versus has studying something that i love so i just remember just being super excited about the next assignment and computer science like always wanted the next one wanted to do like the extra credit. I love that and jess unless you that same question. Yeah so let's see. I got into the tech industry per se a little bit later in life. But i remember the first time i was excited about anything. Simulated was an elementary school. When i found out I don't know if you've ever heard of them ike rube goldberg projects Like i don't know if you've ever seen a movie pee wee's big adventure. But at the very beginning he has all these contractions that connect to each other to do different things. But i kind of find out found out an elementary school. There was. We were introduced to the the concept of a rube goldberg project. In thought it was so cool. So i did something similar for science fair project and i thought it was the coolest thing ever As far as you know the tech industry goes. I think that happened much later in life for me. So that probably didn't happen for me until i was working and i think we've chatted about this a little bit before but i was working in the oil industry and it just occurred to me that i was out on the rate drilling wells and that was great but there was this whole other world behind what we were doing. You know software insistence. That was kinda powering. Everything that we were doing out in the field. So i think that's when i first got into Tech per se jessica. I did the rube. Goldberg is file. When i was younger. i've loved it. I went to the. I went to the national competitions. Like and since. I'm so close to purdue growing up so i would go to indiana. Just go see what the students The cooking up so had logged. Rube goldberg did that. When i was like what is the most extravagant way to crack in a like the prices so so member game mouse trap. I love that like that.

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Chicago’s Winter Overnight Parking Ban Begins Tonight

John Williams

00:56 sec | 5 months ago

Chicago’s Winter Overnight Parking Ban Begins Tonight

"Careful where you park overnight in Chicago, because in about an hour make the wrong choice. It'll cost you double you GM traffic. They've got road We're going on tonight over nine of the Tri state, The Ryan, the Ike and the Kennedy Chicago's winter parking ban goes into effect in 59 minutes. And it's enforced whether there's any snow on the ground or not. On 107 miles of the city's main streets, from 3 A.m. to 7 a.m. Violators could be towed faces $60 ticket $150 towing fee and a storage fee of 25 bucks A day Street in Sanitation Commissioner John Kelly says residents can help his department keep the city's critical roadways safe by following posted restrictions. Long legs, no vehicles to get access to the main roads. The ban is with us until April, 1st of next year.

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Interview with Dr Andy Gillham PhD Sports Psychology Coach

Moving2Live

03:59 min | 8 months ago

Interview with Dr Andy Gillham PhD Sports Psychology Coach

"Welcome, back to another edition of the moving to live podcast, we are along with our sister podcast fit lead PG h five. The House movement is a lifestyle noxious and activity as you heard in the intro for moving to live our knowledge is to interview different professionals and break down the silos of knowledge where the strength coaches talked to the straight coaches physical therapist the physical therapist and on across the fitness or movement spectrum at the end of the day, most people who are working to get people to move more or. To move better and I've been looking for a person with knowledge sports psychology to interview for the last few years I've had a couple of people that hasn't worked out and a big shoutout to Dr Brian Geraghty from Denver. who was generous enough to give me the introduction today's guest Dr Andy Guilhem who has a doctorate in sports psychology he's also a strength coach and I know there's two questions I want to get out of the way I because I think it's important my first question I always ask everybody kill him is. What do you do when somebody sees you in the elevator and maybe you've got a t shirt on or you're talking or you're coming from a presentation at a conference somebody says, oh well, what do you do? What's Your Elevator Spiel? Elevator Spiel as I help folks get their performance better I. don't care if it's In Sport Out of sport moving base or not quite as much moving basis, maybe we'd like but the reality is that's what I try to do. Help folks get their performance better. And I'm sure there's a great story we're going to get into and how you decided. That was the career path you wanted to follow. We were chatting prior to recording I kind of put my foot and mouth a little bit, and you were very quick to say make sure that you understand the distinction and I think if I didn't really understand the distinction, a lot of listeners aren't going to either you have a doctorate in sports psychology. But as you corrected, me said, you are not able to call yourself a sports psychologist if we could kind of break that down before we find out more about your story. No. Yes. So it's a huge. Problem to be honest for the field of sports like algae. The term psychologist, the G. I S. T. part at the end that's the legally protected term, and that means you have licensor in a state and the requirements for licensure changes across states. And there's some some basic can training differences there between someone that cannot use gist and so the. Quickest way to sort of decide that is a psychologist, has the clinical background to deal with all the big nasty scary things. We humans do to each other, all the domestic violence and the marriage counselor or marriage and therapy and family systems. Just all the big scary things in life they have that training. And then if they so choose because they are a psychologist, they can slap the word support in front of it. Even, though they have no training in sport never took a sport class have no idea the difference between one hundred meter and a thousand meter and a ten K. and all of that they can call themselves a sports psychologist. I however who my PhD is officially in education with a major in Sport and exercise psychology. That's the way the University of Idaho did it. I however cannot claim psychologists because I'm not licensed I. Don't have the clinical background. So I cannot call myself a sports psychologist. This is really important for if I can be so bold all of your listeners to understand because when someone googles sports psychologist, they will not find me I will not show up and yet I am the guy that has. Three degrees in sport apply certifications in both starring conditioning and Sports Ike and I work with coaches and athletes every day on a field honoring on-court somewhere. But I am not and cannot call myself a sports psychologist. So the folks that Google will not find me when they google sports psychologist

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Louisiana, Texas hit by back-to-back storms

Roe Conn

00:22 sec | 9 months ago

Louisiana, Texas hit by back-to-back storms

"The middle of a pandemic is rattling the Gulf Coast. Hurricane Laura is pushing towards Texas and Louisiana. A voluntary evacuation order has been ordered in some coastal areas of Harris County, Texas, and officials are warning residents to be prepared for the worst. Storm will most likely be a wind event and not nearly the size of Hurricane Ike, which hit the area in 2000 and eight and several Trumps will be

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"ike" Discussed on The Shrink Next Door

The Shrink Next Door

05:15 min | 10 months ago

"ike" Discussed on The Shrink Next Door

"Marty's not shy about saying what he hopes will come out of the hearings. High feel very confident that at the end of the day the judges will punish like to the full extent which is losing his license. Even though he's frustrated with the delay in the hearings, Marty's not stewing over it. We, both been waiting out the pandemic in Southampton. He seems pretty happy. His sister Phyllis has been there two. They built a chicken coop in the backyard and a half dozen chickens are supplying them with fresh eggs every day. They take turns walking mornings dog around the neighborhood. They even started keeping bees I joined the Long Island Beekeepers Association and I went to their first meeting in February. Remember very well and I came out of that meeting I. Said Oh my God I know nothing about Honeybees, so I decided to hire their chief technical guy there to help me set up the the Apiary to help me raise the the honeybees I'm learning quickly and then another twenty years. I should be able to do that by myself. Mardi is still running his fabric company. He says he's grown in the past ten years I. Feel like I've matured two or three decades. In that period I am I my judgment, my sensibilities, my ability to absorb and process material I mean just much sharper than I was back in the day. You know I used to be afraid of confrontations with customers supply. No more I'm not afraid of any confrontation I can I'm able to deal with it all. And there've been other changes. District. Next door has made a bit of a celebrity. Last year, a young woman reached out to him after listening to the PODCAST, I was contacted by a lovely woman in London England who I developed a very nice warm still to this day actually. correspondence with she's terrific Gal. But at the end of the day she decided not to come to America and basically we we knocked down from potential romantic relationship, and to just a platonic relationship. During the entire three decades he spent with Ike Marnie never once went on date. I strongly discouraged and Marty wasn't about to cross a psychiatrist. It is in the area of his life where he still seems less than fully mature. His Niece Laney told them something years ago. That stuck with him that I basically had my. Youth my prime dating years interrupted. Because of this relationship with I and when I came back into the dating world, you know I I wanted to pick up where I left off, which was with You know much younger women. I was afraid to to to to date women who had children and grandchildren, and that's absolutely correct. I'm obviously not in contact with Mike but I. do hear things from time to time. For a while after the podcast came out. I can becky kept to themselves. becky usually takes fundraising bike trip in Israel every fall, but she canceled in two thousand nineteen. I doesn't have a facebook page, but his wife and daughter do. They all made them private to all but their friends. I hear that I got a core group of friends who've remained loyalty. He tells people that the podcast was the work of vengeful ex patient and a bias journalist. For some reason he seems to believe that I harbour some deep animosity towards the psychiatric profession. And by all appearances, he still practicing psychiatry. The Department of Health hearings were delayed by the pandemic, but now finally. There due to restart with virtual sessions in July and September. By then. The hearings will have gone on for more than a year. I did see Ike once. It was in the Department of Health Building. The morning of that first hearing date September twenty four. He was standing in line. Waiting to get past security, so he could get on the elevator. He was wearing a visor and sunglasses. Becky was next to him. I walked over. Journo Sarah. One of the ask you how you're feeling about. The upcoming hearing. I didn't respond. He looks straight ahead. Becky also wouldn't look at me. Move from his left side to his right to block me from getting too close to him. He looked old. He was no longer the strapping athletic man. I remembered from a decade ago. His hair was grey. When he handed his driver's license to the security guard. His hand was shaking. One of the candy with everybody to save one at a time. There was a little ID mix up. The security guard accidentally handed Ike Marty's driver's license. But it quickly got straightened out. I watched him walk to the elevator with his wife. That's the last time I saw the shrink next door..

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"ike" Discussed on The Shrink Next Door

The Shrink Next Door

06:47 min | 10 months ago

"ike" Discussed on The Shrink Next Door

"Lies. Environmental Disasters Corporate Fraud In. In our new series we head back to the nineteen nineties when big tobacco face a day of reckoning, whistle blowers came forward exposed countless lies about cigarettes, addiction and cancer, but the tobacco industry fought back, and soon found itself at the center of a legal battle that would change history subscribed to American scandal on Apple podcasts, spotify or listen at free in the wonder Yep. Boom. The bullet tore into Salvatore Mottos right arm in the meat of his BICEP. A gun was a small. Remember this cal. We shared a short excerpts from some like it. One of six unpublished murder mysteries, the first rule of psychiatry is that everything has a reason. There had to be a reason that the door was deliberately left open after the murder. The only reason could turned out that some like a big plot. Twist I didn't see coming. Yeah, my husband and I had just moved from new. York City down to his home town of Atlanta after the podcast aired on contacted. Contacted by a former patient, AH, call Beth. He chose to open a retail store in a strip mall and he had gone that evening after dinner to install some weather stripping on the back doors, and when he didn't come home within an hour or two I became concerned made the phone calls to the store. Nobody answered so I pack the kids into the car, and I drove up to retail store and. Found out the front door was unlocked. It was open I. Could you know go in at that point? My Gut was telling me. Don't go in. You know this is not not normal. Get some help. Get the police. Sure enough. The police found her husband's body lying on the floor. He'd been shot once in the back of the head. There was no sign of forced entry. That's right. Murder at the heart of ice novel with seemingly based on a story Beth shared with Ike who had been therapist for twenty five years. Kind of makes you wonder where I got the material for his other five murder mysteries. As it turns out. That wasn't the only thing Beth believes I borrowed from her life to write his book. Yeah, this is this is a hard part you know for me to To discuss I will. In Ice Book the main female character has an affair with her boss before marrying his son. I'm in my twenties and I have a an affair a sexual relationship with my divisional president. It was short lived but van. Many, many months later, I started dating his son just like in some like it. Big and I did tell him that I had been with his father. and. I also told his father that I was saying his son so I felt very upfront and capable of managing that emotional piece. And years later I ended up marrying his son just like in the book, and that is what also made me absolutely real with anger. I mean I can feel it right now. I'm shaking like a leaf to have that used by my. For his folly to write some sort of novel that he desperately wanted APP. Published is outrageous. Did he ever tell you that he was using your life and his book absolutely not. Then again Beth had long known that confidentiality wasn't one of my strengths I was you know his first patient on a Monday morning, and it felt like you know good. Five ten minutes, or so of the session would be telling me about this weekend, or you know whatever was going on for him, so Oh, I was just you know in in England Oh. Y. Yeah, well, you know. Go to the state of Shakespeare in love. Paltrow, you know. Having some issues and she needed me over there to help therapy session, I don't like. Why are you telling me this? When it's PALTROW spokesperson by the way did confirm to me, the had been a patient at Mike's, but only for a few sessions. She said it wasn't a good fit. There was another time when best confided and I take that she was lonely, and one of girlfriends told her she should join a cuddle party just to experience. And being hugged. I said it was a terrible idea. If she needed hugs, he would give them to her, and did he. Yes, he would give me hugs at the end of the session for. I'm GONNA say maybe a couple of months. Until one day he gives me a hug and I feel he has an erection pressed against me, and I just backed off, and I laughed for the day, and I never hugged him again. Best. Stop seeing I in two thousand eight. But it wouldn't be the last time that you communicated with him a few months after she listened to the shrink next door, she gave like a call. Or can you tell me what happened in the conversation? Yes, he tried to keep it very light. And how am I, and how are my girls? And I told him I listened to the PODCAST, and I was upset, and then he wanted to know where I was living, and he said he would come. visit me, and it's like I didn't ask you to come. See me I'm angry at you. And why aren't you asking me how you can help me with these feelings I'm so angry? I'm so upset and all he wants to do is talk about how my children have grown up and. Not even deal with the emotions of this situation. She says I did have one thing to say about the podcast he says you. You have to play the cards. You're dealt. When I asked him about the podcast. That was the only response I got from him. It's like these cards were dealt to me. I had nothing to do with what cards I received is just fate. It's like you had everything to do. With How can you not take responsibility for what you've done? So, what did you do?.

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"ike" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

The Three Questions with Andy Richter

04:53 min | 11 months ago

"ike" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

"Or something we were like. It's a little. We wish it was two new girl was to eight. That would have been better. But By the end I mean it was just like there's no shows that have that any more than have like the overnight writing, so we still had that constant pressure of lake. Wednesday morning we have to have this number and and so stressful, and it's also just like. That network single camera schedule is like a bad like it's like it's bare especially if you're kind of writing his, you have kids. During that I had I had my first two kids during that tale. From that's because when I was doing Andy Richter controls, the university was. I would go four without saint because well. My son, who's nineteen now was was a baby was like barely on the one or the other side of being a year old and I'll go four days, not seen him awake. Like I'd leave, or he woke up and I'd come home when he was. You know asleep and ban. Yes, was it's I? Mean it's yeah. Listen I'm on a fucking TV show. Yeah, yeah, but it's like. You know it's hard enough to not see your family when you're working doing anything, but especially, when you got a little a brand new baby, and you're in its it exhausts the and you're you're you're number one on the call sheets and it's like it's so much. It's a lot of yes, and and you know. Luckily. One of my kids was born during hiatus, so that kind of was like a little bit. but it was You know I like yeah. I look back at that show, which is like nothing, but just love, and it was really funny, because she is so funny and she. You know took such good care of the crew and we had. A lot of our crew stayed the same over the six years and it was really. It was really like a joyful. Did you announced it being a series regular after the first yeah? After the first. Guy became serious rag. Given nice got they write a check then acting check whoop. That was really really really governed the. They fly anywhere. You get to first class seats because you're not always sometimes. I just put my little Hudson news bag in the second. When even use it? People will come by one time the veteran came by, and they say he said No. No, sorry, asked the right I said I'm sorry. Sir Can sit there. Tell Him, I appreciate his service, but might to waters are going to be sitting here and very. Take it over the Union over you? So you expect it to be in the writer's room as much or were you kinda like just checking back in with David?.

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"ike" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

The Three Questions with Andy Richter

03:26 min | 11 months ago

"ike" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

"It was the kind of freedom and confidence of knowing like you could even adding a couple lions at the end of the senior, like I remember like reading with Danny and like the CNN did I was like the fucking looking at fucking. Look at me bitch and he's like the war. And, and then and then I got here and I was so. Like couldn't have been happier. I was just like I'm going to go to south. Carolina for like among and. Those a mullet. Family excuse to get a mullet. We actually got it. My hair grew back and then they had to do re-shoots, and it was like a week before my buddies wedding that I was in so off wedding photos I look like a fucking Ukrainian high school student in Nineteen. But but but I remember that night I remember the night. They had like the little. Premiere Party for the second season for the second season at center space and I remember it aired and like will take him up to music. You Sandwich creed. What a great job! In Lake, all these people that I like had noted watch maybe one time we do a great job and I was like I fucking. And it was because of that show which directly led led me to Mindy, Kate. who was a huge fan of the show and started following me on twitter? And I was obsessed with her I. Thought She was I love the office where my favorite show ever and and the fact that she was a writer performer. Cool, absolutely and yeah so cool and then I got the. I got the My partner and I found out she. was doing a pilot and we met with her just to staff. And she kind of made a comment. When we met with her, she was like. You were so funny eastbound. Maybe you could play like a little part on the show or something and I was like yeah great. Up exactly I was like yeah, whatever and like she fuck in like the second week went to wrote me. Decides handed me. The character I started laughing right away because I love I've love playing desperate. Like. It's the funniest mode for me. and. She went to the network and was like he's playing it like we're not reading other people. It's just him, and and then like it just that character worked very well in that show because he was he was an agitator, but he was also like a kind of like her best friend. Yeah, and so it really that that was the you know she's she. Really kind of making that show is what really kind of. taught me. Everything I need to know about like how to make a show how? To run the show and Also just how to navigate like there's so much just just knowing how to navigate no one to say no, no one went to give you know. Yeah. Yeah it's it. It was really just and it was. Really stressful at first is because we were on. We were kind of one of the last shows where overnight numbers really kind of bad. They had already started really dipping once kind of tea and stuff came up, but by the time we were on the air. I mean I think we're first. Episode was like maybe like to wonder.

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"ike" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

The Three Questions with Andy Richter

03:04 min | 11 months ago

"ike" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

"Lake. I was like there, and now at this point I am with the woman who ended up being my wife and she moved from New York. To live in La with TV actor and all of a sudden, she's now in La with the guy who used to be on the TV chef and Basin to not get high on Wednesday morning. Oh my Gosh! She would fucking come home. She was grinding. Working so hard. She would come home and be like. The fuck APP into the kitchen and I'm like well. Dave and I were writing and I Made some homemade onion rings. You know what I mean it was just like. I was such a just a fucking loser. but yeah, no, no one no one. It was always the the network people who kind of were like now it was like I would get auditions and meet cassie people in the meet the creators, and that will go well and get your test for the Sherry. Yes, thing thing. I would always get tested a lot and never still to this day never did a network tests were the network was like you're hired? yeah, so it was. It sucked for like three. It's Shitty, terrible process that does not. You know it's like mad. BITTER FRESCO WHO. Was the show runner on Andy Richter controls the universe, and on on Santa Clarita Diet. Said years ago. He's like he's like this process. He said they defend this process. And by day means sort of you know the. Network in the production companies and they defend this process. Like, it's gotTa. Be this way. And he said like the, but it doesn't work like there's no illegitimate. If it was like every show you put on, was was a sixty percent chance, whereas it's like no every show you put on it and that point too is like a ten percent chance so I think it's actually you the system. Isn't that great? You know it's not that great. Also there are so many shows like the creators like no. It's going to be this like I don't think like. David walked into a network room with fucking Bobbi. Bacha La and was like Hello Ladies and gentlemen. They're just like okay, you're the creator you got. One. So was it was definitely three years of being close to some things and the thing that really saved us was the right. Yeah, where just my partner and I? He moved to DC for a minute and move back. Let's just. Let's write a fucking hilarious movie and we started talking about. You know people from high school coming back in your past and we ended up. Selling our first screenplay, which ended up being Central Intelligence Okay which was this? Kind of fun movie with Kevin Harlan and Dwayne that got we sold it back in two thousand nine. It was like this is an Ed Helms Danny McBride vehicle. And then they came aboard, and then they you know how. They fall off and every like..

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"ike" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

The Three Questions with Andy Richter

05:46 min | 11 months ago

"ike" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

"To Tell! What is your I kind of? Get An, are you? Are you married? Are you know dating I was fiance? No. No this point I was I was just like dating whoever? Never lived up by Morton's regulars. Yeah, it was. It was a little bit of a joke. May Cowboy type of thing where I would meet a nice older widow. And take her back to. Beverly would yeah and like just rubber feet and. Whatever I still in touch with a lot of those ladies and they're great. They're great and their friends of mine. They just want to be listened to. They just want to be listened to. They want to talk about how much they miss the grandson. They WANNA. They WanNa like get what you. Get railed. Free. They just wanted to be listened to and get rail. Grants. All right granny. Here you go no I, I'm single I'm fucking miserable and by a miracle of God. I got my friend Nicole Sullivan Producers of Mad TV to come see me and sets brother. Josh do a two man show at wow. And they had just lost like three or four cast members. In a plane crash. No just down in a field trip and wandered away. They can't find them. They still have not. No one knows where Alex Warsteiner. So, they needed people and. We went in and had to do like that Kinda. Typical sketch audition author like. Seven impression and I'm like I can do half of Nick Nolte Yeah. Yeah but they hired US and That was the first time I was like. Oh, I'm going to for sure have a career in show business and. We were there was there for five years. which was? Super Fund but also. Too stressful for me because I was just like I always wanted to show that the like a little bit better and I always like resentful of them for like being on at the same time as 'CAUSE I. We bummed me out. Here are the owner I'd be like you should be on Fridays, and he would get really mad at me and I was like. With this is not cool. I don't think I think we have a really funny. CAST WITH A fucking amazing writers, and We're trying to be like SNL..

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COVID -19 Travel News: June 3

The World Nomads Podcast

05:36 min | 1 year ago

COVID -19 Travel News: June 3

"It is filled with you. Thanks for tuning in. We will hear the story of fly brothers shortly, but we like to kick off with travel news feel I can look. We expect things to look different post covert, and that's the case for one of the world's most popular museums, the loop in Paris when it finally reopened everyone including staff, members and businesses will have to wear face masks on about twenty to thirty percent of the museums rooms might be closed off, but the postage stamp sized. Lijia Kanda will be open. Ed Did you know. That? Pretentious does of nine. What other nine? I I Hollywood meeting. He'd nurturance. Talking about nausea. Kanda they AIRBNB CO-FOUNDER NCAA branchy has been credited. Saying NIA is the new farm moving forward with guest expected to book trips less than eighty kilometers from home. That's fifty miles and look for more affordable accommodation. In the USA AIRBNB Properties for less than fifty US dollars daughter, experiencing the fastest growth. And we'll share that article and the sick to will look in the future in our show notes. I can't tell me about avoiding people who speak loudly because this could include myself. Say. You. Can't. I Yeah I can look as we distance. Respiratory. Possibility of catching covy goes beyond being coughed on. Tang he sees when you talk you produce Aerosol. And if you talk louder, you produce more so according to the August professor, the loud talking people on the train. The plane on the bus could be the worst spreaders of ours you get. Inside Phil inside voice inside voice. Gotcha now you might recall. Thank you for that. The episode with Bolivia. She was the travel rod heavily stranded in Bungalow in rural. Thailand remember that. She introduced me to Ernest. Want the second when somebody introduces you to somebody that is I second or third. You have to follow up on that list story. As a film Ike out in a sweat second with a US show called fly, brought Bravo which Olivia worked on. From an early age after he was given what he describes as a dangerous little book for Christmas Free stuff for kids. Yes, it was. Just a book that was given to me by the wife of the preacher of my church Miss. mckissick I'll never. Forget her name a wonderful lady who was a lifelong educator as well. And She just gave me that book. One Christmas and it was a key to a new world. Though in the book there were the addresses of various tourism boards and convention and visitors bureaus for cities around the US states and different countries around the world. And if you sent them postcard, they would send you back a packet of information. And this was of course pre Internet I'd get these amazing things I remember. poor sent me this book that was. Every page was as big as a poster, and it was just embossed with this kind of gold card, stock, and just glorious pictures of the Lion City. I remember getting something from the Principality of Monaco. That was sealed in a wax sealed with wax. You know this is in the eighties in Florida like I knew nothing about wax seals, but I was kind of being introduced to a new world of of possibility, and that was what was really kind of getting. That's what got me in a traveling mood early on and I think my parents were a little bit inspired as well just watching me collect all of this information because they've since become travelers themselves. It's just really it does. Kind of spread. That's why they call it a travel bug. That's true well. You got excited for travel and you ended up in Sweden. Take us through that time. Yes, so as a high schooler I remember seeing it movies and other other media people hosting foreign exchange students are going on foreign exchange trips and I remember when I was maybe the tenth grade I was walking in the mall with my parents, and there was a stand for A. Foreign Exchange Company that did it trips for high schoolers, and they also brought students into the US I asked my parents. If we could host a student and they were like no, but you can go and so i. Am going to Sweden for the summer between my. Junior and senior years of high school, the last two years of high school and it was a life forming experience for me. I lived with the family for six weeks in the far north of Sweden. It was the summer so It was pretty much daylight. Around the clock and It was a rural kind of experience. We were living outside of a smaller city and I just remember mosquitoes and lingering sunsets and pine trees but it was an experience that really kind of got me out of what I had known up to. Then and I've never stopped really seeking that adventure

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Pick a Plan and GET AFTER IT

Jocko Podcast

08:09 min | 1 year ago

Pick a Plan and GET AFTER IT

"Leadership means firmness not harshness or bullying understanding not weakness justice erase the freedom humaneness not intolerance generosity not selfishness pride. Not Egotism so little quote for you kick things off. This is coming very I ran across it the other day and as I ran across it I saw some of little bit of the dichotomy leadership in there and it just caught my attention. And it's a quote General Omar Bradley General with a good amount of name recognition but a general who kind of flew under the radar sometimes because he was competing with some some big names. You know he's competing with General Patton. He's compete with General Eisenhower. He's competing with General Montgomery so he kind of flew under the radar sometimes even though he does have the Bradley fighting vehicle named after him which is a awesome machine but he absolutely was a well regarded general in his own right born in eighteen. Ninety three in Randolph County Missouri worked as a boilermaker figured out he could get a free education by going to west point so he went to West Point graduated in Nineteen fifteen same years. Eisenhower by the way he was a really good athlete. Baseball Star could've played pro ball but chose to be in. The army chose to go and do his commitment to the army. One thousand nine hundred fifteen. You're probably thinking World War. One W W well. He actually didn't go to World War One and World War One. There were mining disputes in the unions in the in the minds up in Montana and they had to activate some army units to send them up there to guard the minds. And that's what he did. He did that for a little while. And then he did go to unit that was getting ready to deploy to World War One. The Spanish flu came which everyone seems to know about the Spanish flu. Now and there then there was the armistice and he didn't deploy so he didn't get any combat action in World War. One thought that that might hurt his career but he stayed in anyways ended up teaching tactics at the infantry school fast forward through the peace years may general in one thousand nine hundred forty two assigned the eighty second division the Twenty Eighth National Guard division eventually worked under General Patton as the deputy in charge of Second Corps and then took it over himself led the campaigns in Tunisia and Sicily. Ike Eisenhower selected Bradley to command the First Army during Operation Overlord D Day Command. He commanded the most troops of any general. Us General in history when he took command of the twelfth on weaker. One point three million troops to little decentralized command. Better come into play right there. Continue with all those troops to push through Europe until the fall Germany. We covered Ernie. Pyle on this podcast. Podcast number thirty nine. His book brave men. It was the heavies for my favor. Lines Ernie pyle nicknamed him the G. I. General because he was kind of a laid back down to Earth Guy didn't make a spectacle of himself. After the war he ran the VA for a while. The Veterans Administration I ever chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. During the Korean War retired in nineteen fifty-three after thirty eight years of service I found day. The Internet is amazing. I found any evaluation. You know we talk about the evaluations evaluation in the Marine Corps evaluation the navy evaluation. I found an evaluation of Bradley written by General Patent. Pretty cool because it shows it shows what type of a person patent was just in the way he wrote this thing so it says subject efficiency report through commanding general NATO USA APO five thirty four to add adjutant General War Department Washington DC name and grade of General Officer reported on Omar F Bradley Lieutenant General Period covered one July nineteen forty three to eight September nineteen forty two months in eight days duties performed commanding general to core one July nineteen forty three to eight September nineteen something unclear manner of performance superior F- Physical Activity Superior Physical Endurance Superior Knowledge of his profession superior for what command or duty would you specifically recommend him and army and then what opportunities have you had for observing him during period covered intimate daily contact. Does he rendered a willing and generous support to plans of superiors regardless of personal views. In the matter yes which is a very interesting topic to cover mean you think about what they've got in their physical duty not knowledge of his profession. What job would you recommend? Does he give generous supports to plans of superiors regardless of his personal views. No matter so this guy's going to back you up. The answer is yes and ten of all general officers of his grade. Personally known to you. What number would you give him on this list? And how many comprise your list and patterns answer is number one. I know all of them. Further remarks deemed necessary. None signed G. S. junior lieutenant general. Us Army commanded. So that's pretty awesome review. The interesting thing is if you know anything about the history of Bradley and Patton. There's some interesting dynamics. They first of all had very different personalities. Patent was you know flashy and go ego driven in a lot of ways and and Bradley was not and there's some quotes I pulled from patents journal Journals About Bradley. So it's interesting that he can have these right in that glowing like evaluation about him to try and get him promoted but at the same time here are some things he said about him. Bradley's to Conservative. He wants to wait until we can all jump into the fight together. By which time half our men will be. We'll have the flu trench foot. I wish he had a little more daring. Another one. Bradley is a good offer. Buddy utterly lacks it too bad. The IT Factor Echo Charles. Next one brag is a man of great mediocrity on the other hand. He has many attributes which are considered desirable. In general. He wears glasses which I have no idea I have no idea why. That's cool to be a general glasses. He has a strong jaw. He talks profoundly and says little and he is a shooting companion of our present chief of Staff. General Marshall also. He is a loyal man. I consider him to be among our better generals

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I Live In A Slaveocracy

Toure Show

06:52 min | 1 year ago

I Live In A Slaveocracy

"Nicole Hannah Jones is a certified genius a spiritual warrior and a journalist. Who's trying to change America? She's the spirit behind the sixteen nineteen project at the New York Times which was a takeover of the New York Times magazine as well as an incredible podcast series as well as an upcoming series of books and Articles. All of which are meant to help us further. Understand the way that slavery and it's a long lingering effects have shaped so many aspects of America so widely so deeply that she calls America a slave. Crecy Nicole's also done extraordinary work exploring education and racism. She's an intellectual bad ass. Who's got a MacArthur genius? Grant and a job at the New York Times and a mind full of brilliant ideas. I mean I listened to her and she just blows me away. She's awesome and I'm so honored to have had her on the show. It's the Great Nicole. Hannah Jones on tour ACO when the sixteen nineteen printed project came out. There was this thrill among black people like walking around like caring and cling to it holding onto it and like is like so important. Did you feel that excitement when like people were finally getting their hands on it? And like this is so great. Yeah it was like most amazing thing my life really. I I mean I. I hope we were making something powerful. I knew it was important. But as you know that doesn't mean that people will respond to it in that way and The response far exceeded exceeded any expectation. We we had. What was the pitch that I made to the Times this because this came from you not somebody saying. Hey imagine something but you said No. Let's do something no I I I've been thinking about sixty nine thousand four very long time and I'd been on booklet for about a year and a half and The first thing I pitch when I got back from book leave in January. It was the project and The pitch was very simple We have I I I talked to my editor about it. And then we have a weekly ideas meeting For the magazine and I just brought it up at the meeting and I said that This August will mark the four hundred aniversary of the first enslaved Africans being sold into Virginia and that most Americans have never heard of that date and that I wanted to dedicate an entire issue the magazine to assess as the ongoing legacy whole issue. It's not an article now the whole thing because what I said was that the argument of the magazine would be that you can look across all of these aspects of American life capitalism democracy. Why would only western industrialized country without universal health? Care our culture our legal system that almost nothing has been left untouched by the legacy and I wanted the magazine to look at a modern modern phenomenon across America life and then trace it back to the legacy of slavery and that we were going to be able to make these connections in a way that they hadn't been made and really Do a project place slavery. Actually at the center of the American story and immediately Jake Silverstein. The editor in Chief of the magazine was Ike. Let's do it. That was it and I mean that has been took off from there. I mean what this specific project but it has been part of your genius at getting major media institutions to say yes. Let's do a major project on a very specific deep issue of racism. Right I I came to know your work with you to two major pieces of segregation for this American Life. Yeah and now this major multimedia project for the New York Times just for those of us who are in those spaces or entering those bases. How do we get a room? Full of white folks say yes. We will dedicate a ton of space to segregation or a ton of space to the Slovak crecy of America. When they know a lot of the audience will be like. This makes me uncomfortable. Yeah I think to be clear. It wasn't that big organizations always wanted to say. Yes sir working on these issues for almost twenty years and There were certainly times in my career. Where with a struggle to get my news organization to allow me to do. The work wanted to do. But I think what What I has the benefit of. I've been studying this for twenty five years. I'm obsessed with it. I read widely on the history of raise on the sociology of raise. I have always treated it as an investigative story. And Not Simply. Let me show you how black people are at the bottom of this indicator. Let me show you this Segregation exists because that's not interesting. People know that anything you measure black people suffer the most from it but I always make them. I'm GONNA show you the architecture of it. I'm GONNA show you the intention of it and it's going to be investigative and it's GonNa be surprising to people and I think that's what once you have success doing that. Of course it becomes easier to convince people to let you do it but I think what? My work is always surprising to. People like people are not surprised segregation exist but when? I show them actually. There was a thirty year decision by the Federal Government. Not Enforce Fair housing laws. You know when I can say actually. We don't have universal healthcare because we have fought back against social programs because we thought black people would benefit them for more than one hundred and fifty years. I think it's that of surprise but also really the rigor of the scholarship Racist one of those things because everybody has a race that everybody thinks they know dislike covering education. Everybody thinks they understand how public education should work. Because they've gone to school and when you can approach them With the argument that they never thought they never knew is shocking to them surprising to them. I've been able to to sell those arguments and then you also have to actually be able to deliver compelling narrative rigors scholarship Get people to talk to you. All of those kind of normal reporting things as well.

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The New Normal with Phoebe Waller-Bridge

The Guilty Feminist

05:34 min | 1 year ago

The New Normal with Phoebe Waller-Bridge

"Is an auditor as always thank you so much for coming on first of all. How the hell are you good? I've got into a rhythm I think. Some senior okay. The Sun's out as a sort of calm minnow streets. We shocked by. I are you. Are you an extrovert or introvert? Ike feel you're an extrovert. You get your energy from other people rather than get your energy from alone. Time is yeah an extra energy from other people. They need to learn time but they get their energy from other people. Introverts need society in socializing but they get their energy from being on their own. Who Goes I know she do? You know what I think. I generally think I'm not sure I would say I was next. But I don't feel like an extrovert when I'm being making sense. I remember amy. Schumer went said. She's an introverted extroverts. Because I'm actually really really really loving stopping it in. This was so confusing this whole time. Because there's so much positive that has come out of the absolute tragedy but one of them. I think really is that people have suddenly become so much more aware of one another and this. It's been this big sort of humanizing force and to suddenly be having thought over the last year. I've been traveling so much and been moving so much dislike just go go go and wasn't sure if I how I would feel just suddenly being at home quite absolutely love it. I love the quietude. Such quite huge does now. It's like it's like. It's like quiet with attitude. Yes yes. It's hard Clinton too is quite with attention. I relate to that and again. I'm very aware that you know. This is a global pandemic and people are dying and I don't want to sort of make about my silver linings but human beings are designed or have a vote to see silver linings. That's who we are and we need to find silver linings in order to survive. So it's okay to talk about them. Are you having a ball? Well I think I've got. I am finding exactly what you're finding. I've been rushing around London rushing around the world for so long and I haven't taken the time to stop and regroup because there's always another wonderful thing to do or go to opportunity or something to create an they. Some of these. Things are incredible work. I've been able to do with choose. Lov help refugees or coughing with Amnesty International. I wouldn't take any of it back. But there's always something to fill a hole in your calendar and I think for both you and may have the last few years that's been I think especially true. I'm GONNA say especially. Yeah it's been a wild few years. I think it's just when you have a lack of rhythm soda new life whether it's so mad that you're letting the last year for Fussell Of sporadic and spontaneous instead of it's spontaneous but it's also completely at the mercy of the Hustle and I think when you're hustling and whatever scale every time your life. It's this constant kind of hunt. Constitutive run and when you do stop it's just a sort of water breath talking with family friends and then go again and actually. This is me which people have been saying for a very long time. Which is you have to make time to take stock of it all otherwise very healthy and so. I have tie it now because I find this. I'm finding this not coming over me and I think it's years of tidiness landing now. My Body is allowed to be still. Yeah I completely Completely sort of out for the first week. Maybe it was the second week. Actually when lockdown began and actually just before lockdown began the first instinct was sort of from so many people. What can we do? How can we help? What can we? How can we like mobilize? And then all of that kind of crazy energy that came from all these announcements in the realizations and that sense of falling into this kind of crazy global panic sort of thrown into that so I think the first two weeks and then we'll talk for the first two weeks it was all about the fleabag fund and then actually when that et cetera getting up and running after that I just completely just goes so gross and earl and also are you feeling better now via what's it because it's just you start thinking about my health and competed way way and because it's not only for the responsibility news. Your health is your responsibility to yourself. Because you're sort of like yeah. Obviously we all want to look fabulous all the time and that's the main reason for me. Yes but now we like like if I'm healthy. I'm putting my Momma risk or like other people at risk and it's just been such an amazing like amazing massive wakeup call up after after ourselves and it's not just a kind of selfish exercise book quite literally. Selfish exercise suspecting that I am you. I'm feeding seeing the silver linings and I think the social distancing thing is actually in some ways been good as well because you can't just immediately just go to yourself forbid

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"ike" Discussed on Staying In with Emily & Kumail

Staying In with Emily & Kumail

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"ike" Discussed on Staying In with Emily & Kumail

"Thanks I'll talk to you soon. Bye Bye Kay. So that was ike. Wait sorry I think you might have started talking before ahead and we just wanted to read a couple of quick things about parenting and schooling at home. That other people have sent in. His advice was very helpful. But you know we were like we've got a ton of stuff so this I got from from Janisch meeting WHO's a friend of mine actually And she's very talented amazing writer She's at Gianna unplugged at J. A. N. A. U. N. P. L. Gd and she was a former public school teacher curriculum designer so she just had a few tips tip number one fuck homework. Take it off your plate. Many scholars and educators myself. And this is me reading and her voice myself included. Believe that homework isn't effective. It's independent study and unless your child is upper teens or studying for tests. That's not a skill that your child needs an emergency really. I'll tell you if I didn't have homework when I went to school I would be lost. Why because you've got so much out of the homework because I had no other way to feel productive. We talked about this last time. That's not the purpose of mindless busy. Work to make your brain think it's it's doing something. Okay that's not a skill. We should be teaching children. Well sure but for me I did get something artist you got. No you learned a bad coping. Mechanism is what you got. Hey Hey it's worked friction. This number two tip. Short sustained focus as Ike was actually saying children have limited ATTENTION SPANS. Better to account for that instead of fight it when creating learning activities building breaks and or rotations station as leave tracing station be learning about the plant station. Ceo seed planting those Blah Blah Blah tip beloved structure which is also what we talked about kids love structure. It is the thing I learned the most when I was working with incredibly troubled teenage boys who had been like committing sometimes violent crimes. Is that even day when you're like? Oh these guys are criminals. No they were kids. Who desperately wanted to be told? Here's what's a safe place for you to be an you can test it but I promise you it's GonNa stay safe you're safe. You're this is what life is going to be. Kids need to know adults. Everyone needs to know what life is going to be. They need to know what's coming up and within those boundaries. Anything can happen. But they need to know what those boundaries are. Try to imagine the level of structure. A school has a bell schedule. Seating charts upkeep expectations beginning and end times any level of structure. You can manage do it and do it consistently tip riva no matter. What literacy is fundamental? It's the most important things. Reading is fundamental. Yes read with your kids as much as you can discuss it using things like. Why do you think he or she did that? What do you think will happen next? Reading should be enjoyable. Keep it Cozy Fun and light. But that's the most important skill and I do think that's true. I think the two most important sales people are reading and typing. Typing wasn't always the case. Reading has always been the case. I remember the kids when I was young. Who thought that learning typing was stupid and they are still having a time typing like I just remembered something you talking about busy work one summer to give us the task of writing a book like reading a book and like writing it out. Oh like recreating a book that you dread no Rita sentence righted our read the next sentence. Write it down like with your hand like in a notebook. Are you Harry Potter? A handwritten is what he had to do. He had to do for punishment showed up in his hand. It was Oh right well I read a book and wrote that book like transcribed it in my handwriting and I remember when finished that book the sense of loss of purpose and looks at it and just put directly into the trash. We already have the book. Why did we need this? I will I just now realized like why did I care so much getting it right because nobody's going to read it? I love this. I love that you're having these realizations. Think about other things in your life that imposed upon you as important that you took upon yourself as being very important were they important props not final tip from Jonah. No pressure truly. We are in extraordinary circumstances right now if you cannot manage any of this of course you can't. Even after ten years of teaching adolescence. I was never perfect patients with yourself and with your kids. It looks like you've got it all in one more tip. That was sent in from a woman named Angie which is for younger kids. Make a build box fill a box with truly random names. Paper TOWEL ROLLS YARN RANDOM CRAFT supplies clips from the kitchen. Give them thirty minutes to build the coolest thing they can think. Oh that's great. Kids are surrounded by video games and electron a game. Getting them to think creatively with their hands in their motor skills can be extremely beneficial rates. Up I WANNA do that. I love building where chip. Yeah you make puzzles. That's not weird shit but you. I like stuff like that. That gets you outside of yourself. Yeah absolutely so yeah I can't. We cannot imagine what this is like For those of you with kids out there I bet it's both wonderful and also a real challenge so good luck. I'm saying like it's going to be over soon. Yeah don't be hard on yourself doing hard on the kids. These are extraordinary circumstances. And you guys are doing an extraordinary staying in podcasts at Genoa staying. Podcast GINO DOT COM. Thank you so much listening. And we will be back on Thursday for a bonus episodes.

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"ike" Discussed on The Cold War: What We Saw

The Cold War: What We Saw

10:56 min | 1 year ago

"ike" Discussed on The Cold War: What We Saw

"Fifteen times a day a Soviet sphere orbited above American homes announcing its arrival with a simple rhythmic beeping the ticking of digital clock whose time was running out for the communist made good on their threat to bury all of American one month later the Russians launched sputnik to a massive caps away in one thousand one hundred and twenty one pounds and carrying a dog named Leica likely died from heat exhaustion a few hours after launch but for the next one hundred sixty two days. A dead dog flew over the heartland of the United States entombed in a capsule about the size and weight of a twenty megaton thermonuclear weapon. It's difficult for those of us who grew up in the space age to fully appreciate the significance of this certainly eisenhower openly stated that he never understood the panic that had spread throughout the country. But what sputnik did in one fell swoop was to eliminate both the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. Those vast unbreachable defenses upon which so much American confidence and sense of security was base. I've honestly tried to find a better term for it. But the fact is the best way to describe how Americans felt after sputnik is to simply say that the entire country just freaked out. The feeling was mutual for two years before sputnik the Soviets had experienced the exact same sensation near the beginning of his presidency. Eisenhower had agreed to a remarkable project proposed by Allen Dulles. The younger brother to Secretary of State and head of the newly formed C. i. a. The Central Intelligence Agency Edwin land inventor of the Land Polaroid camera had managed to persuade a reluctant Dulles. That technology could fill in many of the gaps that humint human intelligence assets simply could not provide the agency had contacted. America'S BURGEONING AEROSPACE COMPANIES. About the feasibility of a radical aircraft for a radical mission. Would it be possible? They ask to build an airplane. That could fly so high. That Soviet air defenses simply could not reach it or possibly even detect Lockheed's legendary chief designer. Kelly Johnston said he thought it could be done. In March of fifty five the agency wrote Lucky to check for twenty two million dollars. The first million dollars directly to Kelly Johnston SOM- so as not to slow the project down as the paperwork was being ironed out. Unbelievably Lockheed agreed to build twenty of these aircraft. The first one to be delivered an incredible nine months later and the last twenty by November not only did Lockheed and Kelly Johnson. Pull off this engineering miracle. But they did it. Three and a half million dollars under budget largely due to the fact that Lockheed fully aware of Kelly Johnson's genius allowed him and his hand picked staff to work on their own away from the main plant in their own little workshop of nasty smelling dirty tricks the Johnson and named the skunkworks with the high altitude reconnaissance plane being delivered project. Aqua tone was ago the aircraft Lockheed delivered was designated the U2 and it's breathtaking high altitude performance caused the CIA to refer to it as the Angel but cruising at an astonishing seventy three thousand feet or the problems of fuel freezing in the extreme cold or boiling because of the low pressure had been painstakingly hammered out among many others meant that the youtube was a very persnickety and difficult bird to fly. Its pilots looking more. Like astronauts in their full pressure. Suits called it. The Dragon Lady. It took form in a remote section of Nevada at a hardscrabble field out in the middle of nowhere a nondescript desert wasteland known to the agency as area fifty one am I personally have seen an inspected one of the original youtube as and as a thousand our pilot with a lifelong interest in aviation two things about the dragon lady stood out immediately. I and most shocking was it size the U2. A is an astonishingly small aircraft the second striking aspect to the U2 are its wings an era where airplane wings were becoming ever smaller and more swept back the U2 has the very long very thin high aspect ratio wings of glider elegant tapering wings with just the slightest backwards sweep swept wings. Were what you wanted when you wanted to fly fast but the dragon lady was never a speed Demon Norway. She meant to be. But it's seventy thousand feet. She could fly over the Soviet Union with her refrigerator. Sized top secret camera and return images of stunning clarity as it. Slowly and haughtily overflew whatever top secret Russian installation. It shows. Eisenhower was well aware of the diplomatic impossible military repercussions of American military aircraft. Overflying the most sensitive Soviet assets more or less at will but I desperately needed the U2 in order for him to be able to maintain his bluff. The U Two reconnaissance flights proved conclusively that the US was still far ahead in terms of nuclear weapons. But that the Russians were catching up fast and all of this before the double exclamation points caused by the launches of Sputnik one and two and Soviet air defenses were increasing too rapidly when coming to a decision on whether or not to deploy this revolutionary asset Ike as usual had an ISA sleeve just as the Youtube was nearing completion. I had traveled to Geneva for his first summit meeting with the new Russian leadership. There he managed to pull off a private pre-summit conversation with Soviet Marshal Zhukov. Ice Counterpart as military. Commander of the Red Army Zhukov could been humiliated and nearly executed by Stalin had provided the muscle for not only cruise ships coup against Beria and Malakoff. He would also go on to rescue him a second time. In a plot to topple Khrushchev that came very close to succeeding Ike Remembered Zhukov. From the war as a cocky little rooster but that was a decade before now. Zhukov was subdued. Almost are not as they seem he said confiding in the man who had fought Germany on the western front while he had detected from the east as was so often the case with the Soviet Union. Real power could be hidden behind innocuous titles conversely those visibly holding the top office were often. They're merely for distraction and decoration so it was Geneva when Eisenhower I met the Russian delegation ostensibly headed by Bulganin but it didn't go unnoticed. That Khrushchev had literally shoved his. Suppose it superior out of the way as they entered their limousine and Eisenhower quickly realized that it was in fact Khrushchev who wielded power in the Byzantine world of Soviet politics. When the actual summit opened Wednesday July Twenty First Ike presented the stunned Russians with a heads. I win tails you lose. Offer opening with the observation that in the terrible new world of thermonuclear weapons the great threat and the great chance for cataclysmic error centered around the idea of a surprise attack. This use them or lose him equation was one of the pillars of the Cold War stalemate to eliminate this great risk. President Eisenhower surprised not only the Soviets but also his British and French allies by proposing a policy called open skies each side would allow unlimited overflights of the other's territory the ideological equivalent of Reagan's trust but verify policy still three decades into the future. I ace was that he had the youtube almost ready to fly. If the Soviets agreed to open skies he wouldn't need it and if he did not the onus on secret overflights would be on the Russians now as if to underscore the significance of this peace overture. The instant Eisenhower finished his speech. The building was hit by what later called the loudest lightning that he had ever heard the strike plunging the hall into darkness. Well expected to make a hit but not that much of what he said through his famous grin as the room erupted in laughter and applause. Bulganin immediately praised the proposal saying that it would get a serious and sympathetic review wants. The delegation returned to Moscow. But Eisenhower's elation did not last more than a few moments when for the first time he found himself alone with Khrushchev. I don't agree with the chairman. He said in reference to begin long accustomed to being the object of scorn and derision among his own colleagues Khrushchev. Nevertheless fierce overpowering sense of pride especially when dealing with the Americans whose technological and economic successes stroked Khrushchev's already massive inferiority complex yet yet yet. He muttered later wagging his finger. In Eisenhower's direction Khrushchev. Who grew up a peasant working collective farms and then coal mines deployed particularly scatalogical analogy which the Russian interpreter. Politely rephrased as. You're trying to look into our bedrooms. When Eisenhower responded that this would free. Khrushchev's own country to detect an imagined. Nato attack Khrushchev replied. Who are you trying to fool in our is? This is a very transparent espionage device. You could hardly expect us to take this seriously. His momentary hope for a way out of the nuclear impasse completely doused the president of the United States returned to Washington and ordered the first U two spy missions to proceed as the fifties hit their stride. Americans were gleefully making up for the long years of deprivation caused by the depression and the war television sets Hula hoops houses in the suburbs and big to tone V eight American land yachts complete with whitewall tires gleaming chrome and sleek tailfins. Were selling like hotcakes. Now all of this would have made for complete euphoria. Had it not been for that nagging. Eat flying overhead. Reminding everyone that all of this prosperity all of this prepaid fund could quite literally be over in a flash.

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How the Democratic nominating battle could end in a messy 'brokered convention'

Red Eye Radio

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

How the Democratic nominating battle could end in a messy 'brokered convention'

"Saturday the times is interviewed ninety three party officials all of them super delegates who could have a say on the nomination of the convention and found overwhelming opposition to handing the Vermont senator the nomination if he arrived with the most delegates but fell short of a majority wow such a situation may result in a brokered convention a messy political battle the likes of which Democrats have not seen since nineteen fifty two when the nominee was Adlai Stevenson and then the Happy Days episode you when I talk right like Stevenson and running against I like I like I like my bike like I like Ike but there there you go and I think it was only nine of the ninety three that that supported Sanders yeah so you're talking you know close to ninety percent of the super delegates St I'm sorry right we we would not go with

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"ike" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

10 Things That Scare Me

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"ike" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

"The death of a loved one to pain or suffering three. I four GERKE use nuclear war. Six falling seven feline in craft. H here at night nine. All migrants gain craft can doc I is listener from Chandler Arizona. which in his opinion is one of the hottest places in the world? He's he's eleven years old and writes to us that he considers himself an artist. The ten things team includes clued. Amy Pearl Daniel Matt Odell Reuben. Sarah Sam Back Emily. Boutin and Polish human music and sound designed designed by Isaac Jones..

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"ike" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

10 Things That Scare Me

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"ike" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

"The death of a loved one to pain or suffering three. I four GERKE use nuclear war. Six falling seven feline in craft. H here at night nine. All migrants gain craft can doc I is listener from Chandler Arizona. which in his opinion is one of the hottest places in the world? He's he's eleven years old and writes to us that he considers himself an artist. The ten things team includes clued. Amy Pearl Daniel Matt Odell Reuben. Sarah Sam Back Emily. Boutin and Polish human music and sound designed designed by Isaac Jones..

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"ike" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

10 Things That Scare Me

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"ike" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

"The death of a loved one to pain or suffering three. I four GERKE use nuclear war. Six falling seven feline in craft. H here at night nine. All migrants gain craft can doc I is listener from Chandler Arizona. which in his opinion is one of the hottest places in the world? He's he's eleven years old and writes to us that he considers himself an artist. The ten things team includes clued. Amy Pearl Daniel Matt Odell Reuben. Sarah Sam Back Emily. Boutin and Polish human music and sound designed designed by Isaac Jones..

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Securing Oracles for Smart Contracts

Insureblocks

05:55 min | 1 year ago

Securing Oracles for Smart Contracts

"Riggan discuss how to secure articles for smart contracts with special insights from chain link. And I'm very pleased. Used to have yuan product manager and evangelist at chainlink John. Thank you for joining us today. Could you please give our listeners. A quick introduction on yourself yourself. Hey thanks for having me Yeah sure side. Jones space a few years ago origin so I was always presented by Bitcoin by Theam wasn't relating to the topic of interoperability. When Jennings channing basically made a lot of sense to me fill? Did the gap for me. We take this space. which is we have so many ambitions than such a great vision for the Bloodshed because stem which is three plays the real work right. But in order to transition you need to be able to connect the rewards to some blockchain and two blocks networks. I think a few the months ago now and yet it's been three working on this project which basically for me is filling a gap user industry. And I think we're making huge. Basically big strides rides towards creating more connected word through blockchain technology. Excellent accent so thank you very much for that. So as it has caused me here injure blocks. Could you please explain explain to our listeners. What is blockchain and how does it work? Yeah sure I mean luxury very simply ledger right. Ledger is basically a records of transactions. Where basically you engine ducts balances of every addresses on the network right it? So it's basically a decentralized ledger which people from over the words can update experimentation nece. It's transparent everything. Everything is public right like Bitcoin so in its current very simple in concept right displeasure like ledger is exist everywhere. Liking banks for instance banks today keep track a few JR ledgers huge databases recording transactions. Right the big did the selling point of ructions that it's fully decentralized and it's free public and it comes at the points in our than the word food where centralization transparency yet Burma can have tremendous impacts in the way people interact between one and the nicer Sir right so basically. We started out with Bitcoin and away. With your address you can create so much choosing basically the simple concept of of distributed ledger. You can create an revolutionize the way people interact with each other using disconnect checked and using what here mattered to the basic concepts of bitcoin. Great great thank you very much for that. So since you've already given us a few definitions I'm going to ask another one. which is could you give us? A quick definition of what is a smart contract it's key properties and how they differentiate themselves from traditional shnell contract. Yeah sure I mean contracts contracting the real word right. Let's start by this. Is People want to interact his each other. They don't trust each other because why would say people tried to basically each time right so they. They give dressed with archie rights and third parties to enforce that contract executes as it should now. He's third partisan today's Dan Edge. Our our banks are huge institutions which basically has accumulated power rights. And these are people who basically enforce Zicklin trucks trucks after. Today's society. Now what smart. Trump's at of you to do is to embeds allergic and Tang Soo enforcement for contract on Puzo blockchain rights so whenever contract into executed if it's if contract or if it's an insurance contract thanks to properties of bloodshed and to the priorities are smuggled trucks talks which are basically deterministic outputs. Whatever input you get you get the desired output right output chicken project and you can have basically trust less contracts from people who don't know each other from one part of words to Yaser so to that could get into twit agreement with someone in China or someone in Malaysia or wherever and trust disagreement will work? Because it's enforced forest. Both my contract and just Markham product is based on hysteria or any uneasy as which is basically public trust less and Ike interest entrusts message of course now if smart contracts servewell revolutionary secure and useful earned being used regularly by enterprises around the world? It's a great question. I think it takes a lot of time to basically adopted Right so in. Today's skin through damage enterprises whenever they get something which is working are which is hard for king which is a current system. Today is a stick to its rights So I can do the same situations as we have today. Where basically enterprises we probably start with? UPS Markham threats Wednesday. Start seeing to be fed yours. There's current system produces and I think. Actually we're getting some really was jim results from enterprises Google and other like minded businesses which she's revolutionary power is at smartphones and are starting to work towards them basically are searching to other than to start in tweets. It takes some time for the full switch but I think we really answer right where it now

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"ike" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"ike" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"For witness testimony to spy Ike being an equally important aspect of the trial and getting the facts to come out we don't know what these documents will say just as we don't know what the witnesses will say they may actually be exculpatory president trump for they may be further condemning of president trump but they should come out we should see these documents no matter what they say today I sent a letter to all my Senate colleagues ninety nine of them every Democrat every Republican detail in the specific documents were requesting the documents can be broken down into three evidentiary categories Senate leader McConnell meanwhile is not ruling out witnesses but he says he wants it similar to the Clinton impeachment trial in which only a few witnesses were called after both sides it presented their cases the pope Francis celebrating Christmas Eve mass in a packed Saint Peter's basilica he reminded the faithful that god loves everyone quote even the worst of us it's been a rough year for the pope with sexual abuse and financial scandals feeling criticism they're likely to follow France is they do the new year with developments in the corruption scandal and a report on what the Vatican knew about sex abuse claims against X. cardinal Theodore McCarrick the United Nations secretary general stressing the need for an independent impartial probe as a top Saudi officials avoided punishment in the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi the United Nations says it's needed to ensure accountability as the Saudi crass most suspect that the Saudi crown prince ordered the slaying Robert Jordan is the former ambassador to Saudi Arabia he says it's impossible that top officials were not involved in the death of could show you I'm sad to say it's not a surprise this is a a bandaid I thank on a much greater problem they have convicted and those who are perhaps carried out the murder and dismemberment of Jamal out but they're certainly not held accountable those who orchestrated it and put it together I think it is a mockery of justice a one of the aspects in all of this then you again know very well that the crown prince Hamad bin so mine is a very powerful man in the argument that Saudi officials have been putting forward though is that these were rogue elements rogue agents who carried out either a misinterpretation of a broader policy this silence dissidents or the just completely went out and acted on their own do you think it is conceivable that in a country with the crown prince as powerful as he is that that many agents could have gotten on a plane gone is the bold and all of this out with anyone knowing about it including I senior members like the crown prince now I am and that's complete baloney and all you have to do is read the accounts of the audio tapes the surveillance tapes of the church head of the consulate you had first of all two members of the council it were ordered on a top secret mission to go to Riyadh they come back then with the hit came on private airplanes with diplomatic passports they bring a a a body double for Jamal who looks like him and they bring a forensic doctor with a bone saw now what kind of accident was going to occur this is absolutely premeditated and it could not have occurred without the full knowledge and consent and direction of the crown prince as well as several others who have now been let off the hook yeah Jordan making the comments MSNBC Saudi Arabia sentencing five did death and three to prison terms over the killing of the writer and is Dan boleh ruling widely dismissed as punishing low level agents while protecting it leaders I Nigerian man has died in federal immigration custody after he was convicted of a sex offense that assault in Maryland immigration and customs enforcement says Anthony Achen yeah me died Saturday after being found unresponsive in a cell at the Worcester county jail in snow hill Maryland authorities believe acting yeah me killed himself I have been charged with sexual abuse of a minor and was convicted last week in Baltimore city court officials say he enter the US lawfully on a nonimmigrant visa in twenty seventeen but didn't comply with the terms of his admission California attorney Michael of an Audi maintains that a fellow high profile attorney is an important part of his defense against charges that he tried to extort millions of from Nike of nineties defense attorneys as said in a written submission this week that LA attorney mark Geragos is at the heart of the case even though prosecutors want to keep him out of it the lawyers say they've subpoenaed Gary goes for the trial slated to start January twenty second they say Gary goes teamed up with of an Audi playing a key role in talks with the sportswear giant before ABA nineties arrest Gary goes whose clients have included a Michael Jackson and Colin Kaepernick has not commented on it that Colin Kaepernick as a client that significant of course not many people know the deal tapper neck struck with Nike I'm not saying and not not suggesting there was any involvement there but that's that that is part of the connection there between Nike and did the attorneys there for behind the scenes look at America's first news head on over to a F. and now dot com you can always reach out to me.

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The Tina Turner Musical

Glenn Beck

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

The Tina Turner Musical

"Tina Turner musical though I'd be interested in this it begins its Broadway run tonight Michelle's got more Hey Jim Warren takes on the iconic title role in Tina that Tina Turner musical follows Turner from her humble beginnings in not bush Tennessee to her transformation the global rock icon she was born Annemarie balik in nineteen thirty nine rose to fame in the sixties alongside her husband Ike Turner who she revealed

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Eight Three Quarters And Eight Billion Years discussed on Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:20 min | 2 years ago

Eight Three Quarters And Eight Billion Years discussed on Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

"Bio mimicry is the practice of replicating be adaptation found in nature likely body imaging scanners at airports they're based on the echo location shouldn't have some bats yawns of natural selection have made a wealth of data that's ripe for the picking all types of companies are increasingly bringing biologist into the design process early on janine venue is is cofounder of biology gee inspired consulting company biomed macrey three point eight three point eight roofers dizzy three point eight billion years of life on the planet venue is also literally wrote the book on bio mimicry back in nineteen ninety seven wendy idea and the term for it there's just emerging when i was looking for examples of this back in ninety four ninety five i was it was really hard to find so it's mostly in academia and now it's kind of jumped into an industry where does a bio mimicry idea originate from is it is it a biologist saying like hey this plant does something that it could be really useful to for solar power or is it like a solar engineer calling a botanist and saying hey jimmy coal plant research ike unused both happens but now that it's jumped industry industry have particular functional challenges so that's how most bio mimicry done now is challenge first it's kind of amazing because biology is not organized by function so if sherwin williams calls you up and says you know we want a different way to make paint and we want you make the color yellow without cadmium will go into the natural world and find out how nature makes yellow so if it's you know bacterial or plant or animal and we do this huge survey across tax we call it a me busters zebra report what challenges getting different fields the play ball each other very often will bring in a biologist and then will also hiring engineer to be literally the spokesperson between the translator between the two because that's the biggest thing is the language what breaks through that is to break everything down into function an engineer will come to us and say you know we want we want a helmet that protects against concussions what you have to do is say what do you actually trying to do answer then you could look at lots of things right then you begin to look at things like woodpeckers and how they protect their brain when they're packing you know impact resistance is the function so for instance bauer has a new product which is a an tie concussion product based on their study of the woodpecker it's a small band that goes around the neck so it's not a helmet at all and so once we get down to that level of function than differences between engineering and biology go away the tech industry is not exactly known for humility m a n how his bio mimicry different than say like thinking about it as like hacking nature fern answer like in a way that my deal ideas and the natural world but isn't like adding to sustainability you know while mimicry has these three areas that you could look at you could just mimic form then you could look at process which is how do you make it what happens to at the end of its life you know 'em that is the third one which is mimicking at the systems level that something called circular economy right where a lot of people right now are thinking about the life cycle of a product and actually the reincarnation what is it become and it's next life that material slow story is where we get i think into the deepest rather than shallow bio mimicry in bio mimicry nature obviously is incredibly important because it's the source for i d is meanwhile with climate change i feel like were always getting new headlines about a new report out that talks about impending mass extinctions is is german urgency to kind of growing this field as fast as possible mm apps yeah absolutely i mean i you know i got this or keep the panic at bay because i reid they'll be articles the talk about the emerging of life and you know the new one million species gonna be are gonna be facing extinction within a very short timeframe yeah is it like a loss of source material that's a loss of right exactly that's a loss of snow just one adaptation station 'em but so many you know you look at one organism like the shark right and you think okay we can learn about drag reduction 'cause they're so fast and sleek a you can also learn about you know how they they're sensory apparatus you know that can help with are transportation 'em but on but on the skin of the galapagos shark there's absolutely no bacteria and it's not comical it's a physical it's a physical nanto structures the way its tentacles a are formed an battery it only till in there so company called charlotte in colorado mimicked this and it's now and antigay it's a physical antibacterial for hospitals like you know a thin film you put on door knobs and bed rails and it doesn't breed for resistance and so as a biologist watching that it's heartbreaking for me and one of the ways that i try to get people to to wanna protect 'em this planet is like saying you know they're geniuses is you know were surrounded by geniuses an end to respect them in that enough in that way to say let's keep them around because there's there's there's much that they could teach us janine venue is cofounder of consulting firm bio mimicry three point eight three quarters her voice with their i phone in told us even that users bio mimicry a chip inside filters out background noise based on how our brains pick out a single conversation in a busy room

Eight Three Quarters Eight Billion Years
Biomimicry draws on natures billions of years of R&D for design solutions

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:36 min | 2 years ago

Biomimicry draws on natures billions of years of R&D for design solutions

"Bio mimicry is the practice of replicating be adaptation found in nature likely body imaging scanners at airports they're based on the echo location shouldn't have some bats yawns of natural selection have made a wealth of data that's ripe for the picking all types of companies are increasingly bringing biologist into the design process early on janine venue is is cofounder of biology gee inspired consulting company biomed macrey three point eight three point eight roofers dizzy three point eight billion years of life on the planet venue is also literally wrote the book on bio mimicry back in nineteen ninety seven wendy idea and the term for it there's just emerging when i was looking for examples of this back in ninety four ninety five i was it was really hard to find so it's mostly in academia and now it's kind of jumped into an industry where does a bio mimicry idea originate from is it is it a biologist saying like hey this plant does something that it could be really useful to for solar power or is it like a solar engineer calling a botanist and saying hey jimmy coal plant research ike unused both happens but now that it's jumped industry industry have particular functional challenges so that's how most bio mimicry done now is challenge first it's kind of amazing because biology is not organized by function so if sherwin williams calls you up and says you know we want a different way to make paint and we want you make the color yellow without cadmium will go into the natural world and find out how nature makes yellow so if it's you know bacterial or plant or animal and we do this huge survey across tax we call it a me busters zebra report what challenges getting different fields the play ball each other very often will bring in a biologist and then will also hiring engineer to be literally the spokesperson between the translator between the two because that's the biggest thing is the language what breaks through that is to break everything down into function an engineer will come to us and say you know we want we want a helmet that protects against concussions what you have to do is say what do you actually trying to do answer then you could look at lots of things right then you begin to look at things like woodpeckers and how they protect their brain when they're packing you know impact resistance is the function so for instance bauer has a new product which is a an tie concussion product based on their study of the woodpecker it's a small band that goes around the neck so it's not a helmet at all and so once we get down to that level of function than differences between engineering and biology go away the tech industry is not exactly known for humility m a n how his bio mimicry different than say like thinking about it as like hacking nature fern answer like in a way that my deal ideas and the natural world but isn't like adding to sustainability you know while mimicry has these three areas that you could look at you could just mimic form then you could look at process which is how do you make it what happens to at the end of its life you know 'em that is the third one which is mimicking at the systems level that something called circular economy right where a lot of people right now are thinking about the life cycle of a product and actually the reincarnation what is it become and it's next life that material slow story is where we get i think into the deepest rather than shallow bio mimicry in bio mimicry nature obviously is incredibly important because it's the source for i d is meanwhile with climate change i feel like were always getting new headlines about a new report out that talks about impending mass extinctions is is german urgency to kind of growing this field as fast as possible mm apps yeah absolutely i mean i you know i got this or keep the panic at bay because i reid they'll be articles the talk about the emerging of life and you know the new one million species gonna be are gonna be facing extinction within a very short timeframe yeah is it like a loss of source material that's a loss of right exactly that's a loss of snow just one adaptation station 'em but so many you know you look at one organism like the shark right and you think okay we can learn about drag reduction 'cause they're so fast and sleek a you can also learn about you know how they they're sensory apparatus you know that can help with are transportation 'em but on but on the skin of the galapagos shark there's absolutely no bacteria and it's not comical it's a physical it's a physical nanto structures the way its tentacles a are formed an battery it only till in there so company called charlotte in colorado mimicked this and it's now and antigay it's a physical antibacterial for hospitals like you know a thin film you put on door knobs and bed rails and it doesn't breed for resistance and so as a biologist watching that it's heartbreaking for me and one of the ways that i try to get people to to wanna protect 'em this planet is like saying you know they're geniuses is you know were surrounded by geniuses an end to respect them in that enough in that way to say let's keep them around because there's there's there's much that they could teach us janine venue is cofounder of consulting firm bio mimicry three point eight three quarters her voice with their i phone in told us even that users bio mimicry a chip inside filters out background noise based on how our brains pick out a single conversation in a busy room

Eight Three Quarters Eight Billion Years
Stephen Brunt on Tiger Woods: What kind of heroes do we want?

The Big Story

19:23 min | 2 years ago

Stephen Brunt on Tiger Woods: What kind of heroes do we want?

"Hey, it's Jordan, and I've podcast for you. Commons is Canada's most popular podcast about politics last season. They tried to answer the question how corrupt is Canada this time around. They're investigating our national addiction oil the currency's featuring host Arshi man is called crude. And it's about Canada's relationship with the oil industry. The good the bad the ugly and the weird you'll find Commons wherever you get your podcasts. So go check it out. I'm going to try to tell you today's story the way all probably tell it to grandkids someday. There was this guy a golfer named tiger. He was the best golfer in the world probably ever, you could argue if you wanted to, but nobody who'd watched him play would listen to you. And if that was our story, it would be a boring one, but it's not anyway, tiger was the greatest he had it all the fame money commercials endorsements beautiful wife and adorable children. But he was also a jerk. There were a lot of stories about this. He was rude to fans who wouldn't give kids high fives or sign autographs. He had his caddy yell at people who was a notoriously bad Tipper. He was a sullen guide to play with. He was robotic with the media, and none of those things mattered because he was the greatest until he wasn't just after two on Friday morning. Thirty three year old Tiger Woods. Drove out of his house alone. His car I hit a fire hydrant then a tree police after that crash. His wife left him. It turned out he'd been cheating on her with dozens of women across the country. His sponsors dropped him. Almost as fast as she. Did Ben details of his affairs came out, and they were humiliating. I want to say to each of you simply and directly. I am deeply sorry for my irresponsible and selfish behavior. I engaged in his knee gave out and then his back and even when he felt good enough to play golf. He was bad at it. And then despite surgeries his backup worse and worse until he could barely sit down without pain. He needed a spinal fusion surgery he had it just so he would be able to play with his children in his old age. He said but afterwards he felt better. So about two years ago, he picked up a club and tried to play again, and he could and he started getting better at it on the rest. Well, we'll tell you the rest, but you probably know how this ends. Then he doubted we'd ever see it. But here it is. Turn to glory. So it's Tiger Woods. Now. Redeemed? What is it about him that compels so many of us to root for him despite his flaws? What does the way we cheer for tiger tell us, but the kind of stories that were drawn to and about the kind of heroes. We prefer. I'm jordan. He's rawlings. And this is the big story. Stephen Brent from sports net is one of our favorite guests to talk to you. Whenever sports gets bigger than the games on the field. Why did everybody I know even with people on my production team who don't care about sports watch golf on Sunday? Well, let's see because the greatest golfer of all time came back under what seemed like impossible circumstances in rows right to the top of the sport in a after being written off for really good reasons over the last several years, especially over the last five or six years because he because Tiger Woods is a ground-breaking figure culturally. The people who don't know the wouldn't know Jordan Spieth of walked up their driveway know, who he is the he's he's an icon and a groundbreaker. So we has significance beyond the game. He plays. And because we all love a good redemption story, whether it's true or not we all want to believe that if you turn your life around if you do the right things instead of the wrong things if you follow the rules. You will be rewarded somehow in the cosmic sense. And for a lot of people. I think that's what it felt like I I'm not sure if the greatest I'm trying to think is this. Latest comeback story in sports history. That's a big one. Right. And I have a personal bias on that. Because I saw George Foreman. When the heavyweight championship at age forty six having been away for eleven years, and then come back as a big fat guy had people laugh Ataman lose nine rounds of a fight Nakagawa the tenth. So that was pretty good. But this that probably just me, but otherwise yet may potentially the greatest comeback story in the history of sport, a nostalgia moment for some people. I yeah, I get creeped out thinking of nineties style. Just somebody my age at doesn't nineties is like yesterday. But there's it's an established a moment, you know, this kind of the big three right there. Right. So within the sport historical greatest of all time, and the redemption narrative, and the and the style jet for a certain generation who remember remember when way way back in those nineteen nineties tell me about that. Because that was something that everybody was talking about right after he won is that moment twenty something years ago. Now when the world saw Tiger Woods for the first time. Do you? Remember the first time you saw Tiger Woods. That's good. I know not specifically. I certainly remember the first master's I remember talking about him in the US amateur. I remember him being out. You know, what I know? I take that back. You know, when I saw him the first time, I was at home as a teenager, a young teenager. Maybe not even a teenager yet. And after school. My parents watched the Mike Douglas show, which was a talk show that was on every day like five o'clock in the afternoon, and that's the famous show where they were L. Whereas whereas all man brought him out as a six year old and he had calls. I saw that show. Do you remember when Tiger Woods became I guess the Tiger Woods that we talk about? When we talk about the beginning of this story. When is lapping the field at the masters. I'm one of those moments when he just did something that when he seemed on another planet when he seemed different from all of the rest when he separated himself and that puts him on a very short list with Jordan and alley and what was it like watching him in the late nineties and early two thousands. Well, the guy so I'm not a golf guy. I have to. So is this I read like, I quit playing golf is fourteen. I walked off the course on the second hole. I hated hated the people here that the clothing, I did everything. So I just laughed. I literally just walked off in the middle of the game. And that's why we're talking you. Because this story is golf, so I hate golf and everything about it. But no, he was he was like a he was a superman, right? He was this. And and again, the nontraditional nature in terms of golf the whitest of sports. Yeah. Those days more so than now. But the idea that you could be, you know, someone other than a rich white kid, and and take on the sports or the way they're with Williams sisters and tennis the same that you could you could kind of just going to throw this back through all of that back in people's faces planned courses that were segregated up. You know within my lifetime. Yeah. There were courses that I remember remember the commercial? I think that Nike did about that. He was the first black person to ever play on some of these courses that he'd been playing. Yeah. I do remember that. And that was you know, again, that's a very so you felt like this was righteous to that that he was kicking down those doors and breaking those barriers and thumbing. Knows that the racist and the racist traditions and golf news, you know, total package now that that said the other side of them was completely unknowable. You know, we saw him. He was again public use a public figure, and he's a six year old to a degree. And he was kind of a brand Ike on it was like, Jordan. He was universal. Right. You could you could show that picture in any continent on earth and people say, oh, that's him. But he was impenetrable. He still is I have no idea who that guy is I really don't you know, has left people try to figure it out. And a lot of very fine writers have taken a crack at it. But I have no idea who what's inside them. Do you think we know him better now than we did ten twelve years ago? I think we would like to think we do again, I think under pretending that we know these people is important to us because it gives meaning to something that's otherwise meaningless which guy just put myself out of out of a job here. But you know, it doesn't really matter this stuff. Right. It doesn't. It's funny. You're like putting a little white ball and a hauler Gorna touchdown or scoring a winning goal and overtime and hockey game. Then add up a whole lot. You know, it doesn't even add up to what your doesn't add up art adds up to you know, with art. You can say the the art is the is what's important. So we will forgive people when number one you don't need to know the personality of the person producing yard you. Appreciate the art as a separate thing from them. And number two, you forgive them their sins. Right. Doesn't matter miles Davis horrible person. Right. Like one of the worst people ever, but produced sublime transcendent, revolutionary, art. And that's enough. You don't have to care about him. But but fleet was that's the thing. It's different. Because this no one's I. Yeah. I know it's you can argue make the argument that it's art, but you know, games come and goes Gore's, come and go somebody wins somebody loses. Like I've been doing. I've been writing about this stuff for a long time. It it. It doesn't add up to a la- beans, but if we can give it meaning, you know, if you can kind of imbue it with meeting and say, there's a human lesson here. And there's a human involved in this. Then I think it kinda justifies it. So I think that's part of we want to turn this into a parable. We wanna turn sports into a parable. That's how we understand the world is, you know, through parable as someone who. Who tries to do that and turn sports into those lessons for us. What did you think when I guess when Tigers false started when the news broke of the car crash and the details of that came out any stepped away? I you know, I felt like Klay like the rest of us. You know, it was it was interesting because it was kind of a flash of humanity in there he'd been so packaged and so protected in so manufactured, and, you know, both as a player, you know, by his father, and then certainly by Nike and everybody else who were in the image business image management business to to to be around tiger. I was a couple of times golf tournaments. And you know, there's no, you know, sense of what was behind this thing. And so, you know, I think that there is well, it's what the gossip industries built on right that they're kind of the Makarius thrill of oh, they're like us, aren't they? They're just like us. As a real under the Nike. Yeah. But especially on a flawed Cuban, right? So yeah, he may be rich, and he may be handsome, and he may be may have this beautiful wife. And but really he's like, you know, the the bad guy down the block, you not like you because you would never know that he was like the bad guy down the block. He has flaws. He's he's he's human in a so, but I I think there's a little bit of glee that goes without sometimes kinda, you know, the the whole shot and Freud thing, right? That you're you're you. I think a lot of people kind of were excited about it. You know, in some ways and said there, you go, you know, you may have thought you were something else. But here's what you really are. But I think it would it mostly revealed was a guy who I again, I'm not going to I wouldn't try and put a framework aunt and say, he was you know, all about golf and then never developed the other dimensions of his humanity. I have no idea. Like, I I don't know who the guy is. I don't pretend. But I think the impulse there is to say, yeah, he's he's a he's he's a flawed human being like the rest of us. And again weirdly to take some satisfaction from it. Well, there is that narrative that we probably like to put on. Sports stars because they're bigger and faster and better and richer than us that they are missing out on an essential part of humanity because they had to focus on this game since they were three years old. And they missed the whole rich tapestry of life that we got. Yes. No. And that's a great point. Right. That is a great point that, you know, the those character lessons you learned by being a really crappy little league player, right? For instance, or how to sit on a bench or being dumped by various girlfriends or ignored by others or just understanding failure that these guys were believed they were impervious to it. But in fact, you know, everybody gets their come up at some point. But again, that's that's kind of a religious theme. Isn't it? It really is. Yeah. Well, it's the it's the new idea of the human experience. Right. And that we all kind of go through the worst valleys in our lives. And it's what comes after that makes it worthwhile. Theoretically, you're radically. Yeah. Theoretically, or you know, it could be just all pointless, which would be another another more bleak way to look at it. We'll how unlikely was the next peak after that Val. Because it wasn't just the personal life scandal. It was like I mean you cover lots of athletes who try to come back from Steph. If I asked you five years ago, Steven what's the chance that I see? Tiger Woods win another green jacket snow slim two years ago. Right. Look, it's not about and it's not about the personal life stuff in this sense. Because look he was quite capable of winning golf tournaments while his personal life was apparently you're Radyr chaotic he managed to keep those things separate as when it was the physical stuff. It's one is back when you know, this guy who could barely bender bent over to pick something up off the floor two years ago the back. You can't swing a golf club with with that. You know, I think physically that idea that no matter how hard he worked his body at broken. And that's you know, way that it was not it did not appear to be able. So he could try as hard as he wanted to and he can live as clean life as you want to do and all of those things, but it didn't matter because this machine was broken. So I I don't think anybody hearing those stories from twenty sixteen twenty seventeen about his back kind of whispers because. It wasn't very public thought. You know this. No, there's no chance right? He can't go out there and compete. We can week out. And then he kind of comes back, I guess about a little over a year ago now and starts playing golf and laying. All right. And even then I don't know about you. But it was like watching an older athlete play out his years with some semblance of what he used to be. But not the same person, certainly the British the British Open right in the open championship. Right. Where you come thought. You know, he's he's not that far off and it's not like, but it's a different year. Right. It's a different vibe was a different vibe in at the masters because you know, the the old vibe is the, you know, I'm going to I'm going to destroy you. I'm going to destroy the golf course, which is what really I'm going to destroy the rest of you in this tournament. And that kind of Uber confidence that he had. I thought the most interesting thing watching that last round was watching him play the eighteenth hole, so carefully so super carefully. Right. Because you know, again, I would have been it would have been just insane you up there and hit a driver at that point, you know, because God knows and and but just. Kind of watching him play a really safe bogey to win that tournament. That's that's not in some ways. That's the anti-tiger. Right. It's just but it was it was smart. It was the right thing to do. And really the way he won that the way you try in that last round was by being kind of dog it and watching and consistent and then watching other people fail around him. It wasn't like he just sees them by the throat they had to fail. So that's a little different. If we're going to do the metaphor thing. Again, he humbled himself in front of the eighteenth hole. And is that can we read into that anything about his new life? I mean, a lot of people talked even before this tournament about how he just wanted to win for his children. Right. And he wanted his kids to see daddy win. And that's not the old tiger. Yeah. And who knows who knows who knows this guy enough to actually say that. I have no idea. I think he probably likes being tiger. Yeah. And I thought the and the chance to be tiger one more time at forty-three. That'd be pretty cool. Right. That'd that'd be an yes, it'd be great to have it. Do it in front of your children? Who'd never really got to experience it in to shut up the nose of everybody who ever said anything about you, there'd be a lot of things that you would take satisfaction from. But again, this is a guy who has programmed to be that that thing that character that kind of golf playing robot from the time he was a toddler, and you know to have that. It's right Thompsons got a new book about kind of greatest the kind of the the nature of some of the greatest of all time athletes him Jordan criminal for the other two are, but is his take on tiger is among his takes on tiger. Now, he's a great writer of golf and a Greg. I was around the sport is you know, that he thinks tiger hated the sport that whole first phase that he he was incredibly good at it and hated every minute of it because it had been forced and imposed upon him. So again, if I'm going to play amateur shrink here, I could talk about them being liberated in this second half and doing it for himself and for his own reasons rather than someone else's reasons and not having the daddy figure hovering over in them and being the daddy himself. And but like now, I'm a sports I'm being a sports writer here. Just extrapol-. I saw that column come into view. I just don't know if it's true, right? I honestly don't I have no idea. I I've no idea we know what lies in his soul. But I don't have any idea. What lies in most people souls? Right. It's we, but we go seeking it. We go seeking that story. Yeah. We're trying to find the meaning we're trying to find the meaning. Yeah. It's and you know, and then tomorrow, we'll try and find the meaning and something else. But this one looked the one thing as a sports writer sports writers people. I was asked to do cheer. We cheer for stories. Yeah. I've been lots of press boxes. Lots of press rooms everybody. Cheers for the story. Everybody got what they were cheering for and you'll end fan through the really that's what fans want you wanna. Yeah. You support your team and you support the uniform. But man, there's nothing like a story is there. Well, here's the question. Then how come I was and probably you were certainly millions and millions of people were cheering so hard for a guy who objectively from the little that we do know about him, isn't that great guy at least hasn't been and cheering form as a huge underdog went objectively. He's one more majors than anybody. But one person and he's one hundreds of millions of dollars because we're flexible. We as a species are very flexible, I wanna feel like we shoot for a real underdog. But we can you know, you can turn it. You know, think about watching the March madness if you have no real rooting interest. And so there's two schools on there. You have no idea who they are. You have no idea who those players are. But you can construct something around that game where when you know, east west North Dakota state beat somebody you go. That's the greatest thing I've ever seen your route informant that basket goes in. And then you go onto the next thing we we do construct stuff like that. And you know, he's like that the idea of the fightback that's really fight back from adversity fight back against the impossible. And the character stuff as I said, it's tricky we could because sport has been a place where we've confused being good at something having great motor skills or winning the genetic lottery, or, you know, working hard or all this up at everybody works hard. Right. We we do confuse I with character. Sometimes those things are blurred might that. You know that he's a character guy. You know? That's that's why that's why he succeeded. Not because you know, he was born this way. A or had some advantages or because there's something else inside. We got we go for that. And a lot of time and the flip side of his we're we're quite willing to ignore the opposite with where somebody could be like Michael Jordan's. Not a nice guy. Right. There's not really any suggestion. That Michael Jordan's a nice go. No there's like with tiger. There's plenty of stories to the contract. And you know, Allie was a terrible husband and a crappy fodder by and large. Now, there's also a political social components rally. So that's you know, it's a little bit different. But as I was saying before about, you know, the separating the art from the artist you can do that with our, you know, Pablo Picasso is bad guy. Right. Really bad guy. But it didn't stop anyone from treating him as Picasso during his work that way. Well, you don't have to cheer for Picasso. You don't and you can see you know, it. It gets tricky with the, you know, the Woody Allens of the world, you know, it gets it gets into some dicey territory there. Maybe I'm not sure anybody's going to listen to a Bill Cosby monologue the same way anymore. But but sport, the two things are connected. The two things are connected, and we'd like to you know, we want to kind of link those two things. Say this guy triumphed or this woman triumphed. Because a yes, they were very compact because they worked harder because they had more of that grit and character in, you know, Royal jelly, we we really we seek that. And I'm not saying, it's not true. But I think it's more that we needed to be true. Or we want it to be true sometime like it's a chicken or the egg did tiger win again because he became a better person or because he's winning again. Do we just think he became a better person Ingo? Yeah. And his backup better. Yeah. That to actually could swing a golf club dad like he may he may be a great guy now and totally, you know, Saint Paul on the road to Damascus had a moment where hang on when everything's clear down. And I'm not going to do all those terrible things anymore or maybe just got healthy. I don't know. We'll never know. But the, but the, but the former is way more compelling than the lab. Thanks, Steven bye. Stephen Brennan from sports net hates golf, but loves narrative that was the big story for more from us. 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"ike" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

View from the Cheap Seats

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"ike" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

"We love justin bieber i do that'd be how you check baby food pusey gone keeping get the new scene in this live we're going through the pusey drag yola i know that is liz oh brought to you by map price our good buddy who introduced it on the music episode of view from the chiefs and you haven't heard the music episodes of this that we do every year we do a music episode and a character episode of the end of the year go back and listen to them they will make you laugh and also introduce you a ton of great music we are the squad brothers this is viewed from the cheap seats in our guest today is fantastic because he knows a ton about sports any is addition to being a hilarious duties a great dude ike barunholtz so glad to have him on got a new movie coming out blackadder's very excited about that and talk a little bit of that don't talk about his love with the cubs led on the show of first we are in the midst the throws march march madness still mad it's still mad and it is rare for randy unite to have a team go into the final weekend of the tournament which is the final four thousand twelve is the last time we did it when michigan made it to the final game against louisville we know the excitement around the turnament and we know how it's.

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