35 Burst results for "J. Season"
AP News Radio
Study says warming-fueled supercells to hit South more often
"Research suggests that a larger part of the south faces an increasing threat of deadlier storms. A new study warns that more populous southern states like Alabama, Mississippi and Tennessee can expect warming fueled supercells that generate killer tornadoes and hail as they edge eastward. Experts say the supercell stormed at devastated rolling fork Mississippi is a single event that can't be connected to climate change, but it does fit the projected and more dangerous pattern. Supercells are sky filling updrafts of powerful winds that can last for hours, the study in the bulletin of the American meteorological society also says the storm season will start a month earlier than it used to. I Norman hall
The Charlie Kirk Show
Turning the Transgender Tide With Riley Gaines
"Now is Riley gaines. A former professional and professional former college athlete and swimmer who had a compete against Thomas, the man who is a cheater and she should have probably won the national championship if it wasn't for the man. Riley, welcome to the program last time you were here. We made a lot of headlines. And so welcome back. Well, thank you so much for having me on again, Charlie. Of course. All right, I'm gonna play this piece of tape for our audience. This is an ESPN little biopic, if you will. Celebrating women's history month by showing a man. Thomas, play cut 18. In 2022, swimmer Leah Thomas became the first transgender athlete to win an NCAA Division I championship by winning the 500 freestyle. The Texas native competed for three seasons on the men's swim team at the University of Pennsylvania. She began her transition after her sophomore season. She said she holds her persistence, serves a larger purpose. People will say, oh, she just transitioned, so she would have an advantage. They could win. I transitioned to be happy. Why are the women at ESPN putting up with this? I don't know, Riley, your thoughts. I have no idea why the women are putting up with this. I don't understand. It's like they don't see the irony of celebrating a man during women's history month. How are these women okay within? It begs the question, where are the feminists? Where are the women? Where is the group who wore the pink hats? Who wanted to empower women real women? I can't even answer that. I will say though that I just admire states shield who's an ESPN reporter. She does SportsCenter, I believe. And she stood up to this and she said this is wild. This is wrong. She recognizes the differences between men and women, men and women, and why it's unfair and harmful for women to have men and women sports and in our locker rooms.
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Joel Embiid sits out with sore right calf in 76ers 116-111 loss to Nuggets | UNDISPUTED
"Advantage of Joel embiid's absence while leading the nuggets past the 76ers, one 16 one 11, jokic furnished 25.17 rebounds and 12 assists in his league leading 25th triple double of the season. He didn't have to face embiid, who was kept out of the game because of a sore right calf. Jamal Murray finished with 19 points and Bruce Brown 18 for Denver. Philly also played a fourth straight game without James Harden because of an Achilles injury. Tyrese maxi scored 23 of his 29 points by halftime, helping the sixers stay close.
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The latest in sports
"AP sports I'm Dave ferry, is Lamar Jackson on the move, the ravens quarterback says he requested a trade earlier this month. Jackson has received the franchise tag which allows him to negotiate with other teams but gives Baltimore the right to match any offer. The NBA's conference leaders were in action on Monday. Chris Middleton poured in 34 points as the east leading bucks topped the pistons. One 26 one 17. In Denver, Nikola Jokić posted his 29th triple double of the season, amassing 25 points, 17 boards and 12 assists in the nuggets one 16, one 11 win against the 76ers. South Carolina and Virginia tech have advanced to the NCAA women's final four. Aliyah Boston's 22 points and ten rebounds carry the gamecocks past Maryland 86 75. The hokeys were 84 74 winners over Ohio State is Elizabeth kitley furnished 25 points in 12 boards. In men's basketball, Texas promoted Rodney Terry to head coach after he led the longhorns to the elite 8 this month. I'm Dave ferry, AP sports.
AP News Radio
Wild beat Kraken 5-1 behind Boldy's 2nd hat trick in 8 days
"The wild's 5 one win over the kraken keeps Minnesota in control of first place in the central division. Matt baldy had a natural hat trick after Jake Middleton opened the scoring late in the first period. Baldi is two goals shy of 30 following his second hat trick in 8 days. While I'm answer playing great. Hopefully you guys are giving them a lot of credit. You look at some of those goals, just put it on a tee for me. Mark Andre flurry handled 35 shots. Liking the cracking until Jaden Schwartz scored with 9 minutes left. Ryan Hartman also scored for the wild. The kraken have dropped 6 of 9 as they try to nail down a wild card birth and just their second season. I'm Dave ferry.
AP News Radio
Tornado recovery tough in Mississippi, one of poorest states
"In Mississippi and Georgia, they're digging out from tornadoes that tore through parts of both states with up to 200 mph winds. At least 25 people were killed in Friday's Mississippi storms where that EF four tornado stretched for 59 miles, according to meteorologists. Volunteers like Jared coons on the ground helping residents left homeless. Houses, homes, everything is everything I can see is in some state of destruction. Now the southern plains and Midwest racing for more severe storms Thursday and Friday says national weather service storm prediction center forecaster Jared guyer. This kind of setup could produce severe storms capable of large hail damaging winds and tornadoes. Guyer says we're getting into prime season for tornadoes. I'm Julie Walker.
Your Daily Prayer
A Prayer for When the Pressures of the World Weighs on You
"Even though the pressures of looking a certain way change with the seasons, that does not mean their effect on our psyche is any less damaging or intense. We see that in the number of depression cases, bullying, and even deaths by suicide in teenagers today. Whereas the world is a liar and flighty, we know that our lord and savior Jesus Christ is the way the truth and the life. He has always constant. He is always loving and always faithful. We know that our lord looks at the heart as the standard of beauty. Scripture tells us that the lord chose a small young David out of his physically strong and older brothers to be the king of Israel. God also reveals to David in the psalms, how he creates each and every one of us. He tells him that we are carefully created. We are fearfully and wonderfully made. The fact that our souls are the ones that will exist after death, and our physical bodies will die and turn to dust, shows how much our character our personality and a soul that chooses the lord for Salvation matters above our physical appearance. Let's pray. Dear lord, I know that the world speaks loudly and convincingly that the only thing that matters is the way we look. In any other message is patronizing and the lie. But I pray that your message about our inner beauty and intricate creation will overcome the lies of the world. I pray that everyone knows how beautiful they are inside and out. That the mechanics of human attractiveness is far different than narrow and shallow narrative of popular culture. More, be with young teenagers and adults who are inundated with images deemed as beautiful and acceptable in today's society. I pray that they know your truth and hope for a better tomorrow that is not dictated by social media. I pray for their parents that they have the right tools to navigate their children's anxieties perceptions and mental health. I pray that we all know who we are created by and how we were created. We pray for your guidance and overwhelming presence as the world tries to yell, lie, and manipulate us into looking a certain way to be happiness successful. Help us drown out the voices that come to steal, kill, and destroy. John ten ten. We love and trust you with all of our hearts, our lord, our God. In Jesus name, amen.
AP News Radio
Bruins get 57th win, outlasting Canes in SO
"The bruins are 5 away from tying the NHL single season record for wins following a four three shootout decision over the hurricanes. David pasternak notched his 50th and 51st goals of the season. It's definitely special. It's been a long way and you know it was obviously big thanks to all my teammates and my family. Charlie Coyle and Jake de bruss provided the shootout goals in Boston's 57th victory and 7th in a row. Jacob lauko also tallied and Jeremy swimming made 34 saves for the NHL's top team. Jack drury, Brady Shea and Sebastian aho scored for Carolina, which is three points ahead of the Devils for the metropolitan division lead. I'm Dave ferry.
AP News Radio
UConn routs Gonzaga 82-54 for first Final Four in 9 years
"The Connecticut huskies are headed to the final four for the first time since 2014 after an 82 54 west regional final win over Gonzaga. Yukon scored the final three points of the first half and then started the second half on a 21 to 5 run. Huskies head coach Dan Hurley. Obviously we were just playing at a super high level, but we're not, I don't think we're obviously surprised by the margin of victory, but not surprised about where we're going next because this is who we've been for a large part of the season. Andrew Hawkins led the huskies with 20 points knocking down 6 three pointers while Alex caravan added 12. I'm Adam spelling.
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FAU holds off Nowell and K-State to reach 1st Final Four
"Florida Atlantic, the 9th seat in the east is headed to the final four after winning the east regional final 79 76 over Kansas state. The owls were down 63 57 with 8 and a half minutes remaining, but then scored the next ten points to take the lead for good and shocked the college basketball world. Brian greenley scored 16 points including four three pointers for FAU. They could say what we want to say we're a Cinderella team, say we don't belong, but we've constantly proven people wrong. All season. It will be the first trip to the final four for Florida Atlantic, which had to overcome a 30.12 assist performance by the wildcats marquise Noel, who was the regional's most outstanding player. Tom, New York
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NHL-best Bruins clinch Atlantic with 2-1 win over Tampa Bay
"The bruins have formally clinched the Atlantic division title with a two one decision over the lightning. Boston's 56th victory. The bruins are 6 away from tying the NHL single season record for wins with ten games remaining. Bee's newcomer garnered Hathaway scored a tie breaking goal in the second period. We've been looking forward to this. To a team that's in the playoffs, going to be in the playoffs and we potentially could see a team that's battling right now. Patrice bears are on had a power play goal for the bruins and lean is all Mark stopped 26 shots. Victor hedman had a shorthanded goal for the lightning. And Andrei vasilevskiy made 32 saves. I'm Dave ferry.
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Boris Epshteyn Reacts to Ron DeSantis' Latest Interview
"Talk about the disaster that is Alvin Bragg, but first things first. A couple of disastrous interviews for Ron DeSantis without pathetic individual peers and Morgan, then he didn't exactly shower himself with glory with my colleague at Eric bolling, and then Ron DeSantis had this comment to make, which I found rather amusing. This is cut 5 baron your reaction. So here's the thing, I think these are people who are in the political class, journalists class, politicians, and like D.C. in particular, they get mad, I don't do the cocktail parties. I don't like rubbing elbows with other people. I like doing my job and then spending time with my family. That's just what I do. A lot of the people that are criticizing, you know, they would say, oh, he doesn't do well with donors. He doesn't glad him with him. And yet I raise more money than any non presidential candidate in the history of America. Are you kidding me? So we tend to do. We do well. But I do think that ideal better with regular people than I do with some of the people in the political class. Help me out here, mister senior adviser for the Trump 2024 campaign. Allegedly, the governor of Florida doesn't like robbing elbows with donors, doesn't do the cocktail circuit, but he didn't speak at cpac because he wasn't a big fundraiser. I'm confused. Help me out, baron. There is anything to use a considering that he just had a few weeks ago I had a whole concept multi day concept at a very decrepit, very every day, very middle American resort called the four seasons in Palm Beach, Florida. This is absolute typical establishment nonsense like Mitt Romney used to find in an airplane to Iowa and get into a get into a fancy car. Find those private jets, get into a fancy limo and then get into a Chevrolet to go to a rally. Typical inauthentic old school politics, which has failed time and time again and it is not what the American people want. The American people want authenticity from president Donald J Trump.
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Much of drought-plagued West Coast faces salmon fishing ban
"Much of the drought plagued West Coast is facing a salmon fishing ban. The Pacific fishery management council will soon consider three proposals that all call for the closure of the 2023 salmon season from Oregon to California. Probably a third of my income. It won't be available this year. Fisherman bob mahari is in San Francisco. This one ain't on us. This has nothing to do with overfishing. This is poor management. Of water. Experts fear California salmon are in a spiral toward extinction. Buyer Joe Conti says this is going to hurt. There is other seafood out there. Crab, there's different things that we can sell. But nothing matches local king salmon. I mean, that's what everybody wants. That's the big seller. A fisherman's group believes the salmon band may need to be in place for two or three years to bring back sustainable stocks after many fish died in 2020. I'm Ed Donahue
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The latest in sports
"AP sports and Mike Reeves, there was a ten game slate in the NBA that northwest to visually the nuggets were in Washington to meet the wizards, Craig heist, has the story. Nikola Jokić scored 31 points and pulled down 12 rebounds as the nuggets beat the wizards one 18 to one O four, the nuggets outscored the wizard's 39 to 16 in the third quarter while hitting 15 three pointers on the night. Denver finished up a three and two road trip after surviving a four game losing streak. Jokic thinks they've turned the corner. Have a team, I think. Bedroom, let's say like that. And hopefully it's done for us. And we survived. The warriors win just their 9th road game of the season knocking off Dallas one 27 one 25. Jonathan kamino scores 22 points. John morant returned from his suspension to score 17 points off the bench in the grizzlies one 31 25 win over the rockets while Milwaukee improves on their league best record with a one 30 94 win over San Antonio, Giannis Antetokounmpo led the way with 31 points other winners or the heat pacers 76ers Timberwolves trailblazers and Lakers, Paul George is expected to miss two to three weeks for the clippers with a right knee sprain. Just two games in the NHL, but one had playoff implications for both teams, correspondent Bruce Morton. The penguin snapped a four game losing streak with a resounding 5 to two win at Colorado. Jeff Carter led the way with two goals. That's a big game for us. And standing defending cup champions and team that's been rolling pretty good. So this is a good confidence boost for us and keep going. Carter referenced a 6 game Colorado win streak, which also came to an end. The oilers Connor McDavid nets his 60th goal of the season in overtime to defeat the coyotes in NFL to use the jet signed wide receiver Nicole Hardman to a one year deal according to a person with knowledge of the contract. They also trade wide receiver Elijah Moore to Cleveland for the 42nd pick in this year's draft. I'm Mike Reeves AP sports.
The Dan Bongino Show
Will Cain: Which Sport Is Considered America's Game?
"I mean will You couldn't have scripted it like a Kevin Costner a bull Durham field of dreams any better than that I agree with you They did need that because I'm with you brother will The baseball I grew up on baseball Loved it played it by far not even a close second my favorite sport growing up obsessed with the Yankees could have gone through every single player their stats batting average everything And now I just maybe it's the woke ism all the nonsense I don't know I just I can't get into it It's like I'm football basketball hockey and then like a distant fourth baseball So I agree with you I think this was a good thing Yeah football's taking over as America's game That's the bottom line And it's pro and college You played It's tough for you I did I played Yeah I played I played for the fall season And I played in high school And then I quit the team at stony brook right before the final cuts because I had a girlfriend in New York that I missed and I regret that decision ever since I left a voicemail with the coach name is Matt and I had had a really good set of scrimmage games I was pretty sure I would have made that team and I'm still upset at myself I just you know to this day I mean I love the game though I love the fact that it's a you know it really is a thinking man's game I mean when you look at some of the physiques and baseball they just don't match up to football I had a thousand questions but you're so interesting You know when you think about John crock right I mean this is a guy who can succeed in baseball You know he couldn't necessarily maybe get that done in football And it's because he's in this game of inches where he's figured out how maybe to read a picture and the angle of his hand a little bit better than the other guy who didn't see the curveball coming Yeah Gil versus athleticism right Like crook isn't going to be I mean maybe golf because golf is such a skill based game repetition of act whatever swing a golf club seeing a baseball How many different pictures have you seen He's mastered that skill
AP News Radio
Def Leppard drummer recovering from attack outside hotel
"Def Leppard drummer Rick Allen says he's recovering from an attack earlier this month outside of Florida hotel. I Norman hall. Rick Allen, who was in South Florida to perform a show at the Seminole hard rock hotel and casino was attacked while taking a smoke break outside the four seasons hotel on Fort Lauderdale beach, police arrested a 19 year old man, but said they don't have a motive for the attack. Police said the assailant was hiding behind a column outside the hotel and ran at Allen knocking him to the ground, according to the police report, a woman saw Alan fall and ran to help him. The man then attacked her. He was arrested on charges, including abusing an elderly or disabled adult, Allen lost his left arm in an accident in 1984. I Norman hall
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
Why the Deep State Needs an Indictment Now More Than Ever
"Now that the 2024 campaign season is starting in earnest and Trump's poll numbers improve with each passing day, the organism known as the deep state has been forced to react to protect itself. And indictment now would trigger all sorts of legal maneuvering that could delay a trial until a day after the 2024 election. But who knows what their plan is? With multiple investigations into multiple nothing burgers, it's pretty safe to say that the deep state is leaning hard on legal tactics. On one side of America's forefront of laws, we have Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg. On the other, we have special counsel Jack Smith. And somewhere in the middle, we have congressional Democrats led by Jamie Raskin. Between the three of these legal loggers, the forest of laws should be completely clear by midsummer of 2024, if not sooner. But you can't deny that Thomas more is right. Embracing this any means necessary approach to law is a bad idea. And not just for Trump and his supporters, many Democrats are too caught up in their enthusiasm. It really looks like they are completely unaware of the unintended consequences here. They need to slow down and ask themselves if they really want to live in this new legal landscape. Republicans who have not spoken up about this should also ask themselves, is this the kind of country that I want to live in, where political opponents are jailed and where basically in a third world country? Think about all the ways in which the law has already been twisted out of all recognition.
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
There Is Nothing New Under the Sun...
"Today, we're going to talk about the impending arrest of Donald Trump. But before we do, let's remind ourselves that estranged things seem now. There really is nothing new under the sun. As children of the west, we have access to deep stores of experience and knowledge. We've been down this road before. There have been many episodes in our history where evil men gain power. And then run amok. For example, take the tale of sir Thomas more. The man who once was this popular and favorite servant of King Henry. His background was in law. He was an attorney, a judge, and a statesman. At the height of his career, he was made lord high Chancellor, a position that makes spiritual author with parliamentary and legal authority. In other words, a very high position. But sadly, he ended up losing that position over his religious beliefs. You see, he was what our current day FBI would label a rad trad. The king couldn't live with him having those beliefs, so he canceled Thomas more. The old fashioned way. By beheading him. The story of Moore's rise and fall is commemorated in the play and movie a man for all seasons. If you haven't seen it yet, you really should give it a watch. But the themes of law and justice, especially as they impact the tension between church and state are extremely relevant to our lives now. One particular scene feels especially pertinent to our current situation, where a former president is being railroaded through reckless legal machinations.
"j. season" Discussed on Fore Play
"And just stuff happening around me that like they burned a haunting house. I don't know if anybody saw that video that was all over the Internet that looked like spirits are escaping when they're burning is haunted house, and holy smokes. I don't know, man. Bro, there's a place in New York City. I think it was called blood manner, I think, is like the most expensive haunted walk that you could possibly find. And I could be wrong on this for people that went, but there's these all these rumors that it's so scary that if you got through it, you'd get your money back, essentially, right? Like most people would say, no, I don't want to finish. They tap out or you hit a lot. You're like, I'm not going anymore because they split you up from your group in a lot of the long walks and now you're just by yourself. I'm jumping to I get scared. Yeah, I don't do well. My buddies love to come up and scare me 'cause I'll jump quick. This is from around the funniest conversation they had on a parcel rundown was. They came up with the idea that once every Halloween season a haunted house should be able to kill one person that goes on. So you add that. They get to kill one person, each season. So that adds another layer to it like am I going to be the one person? I do. Could be you. I don't know if I could do a haunted houses and stuff like that anymore. That stuff is just a lot. Dude, I know. I'm going to be super jumpy. It's scary shit. Just being scared is not a fun feeling. It's not. But it is, but who the hell is that? Being scared. The idea of being scared to me makes no sense, but once I am getting scared, it's like fun, especially if I'm at an event. I don't like scary movies or I'm sitting in a chair and I'm being forced to watch a fucking movie. Yeah, I don't like that, 'cause I don't know what's coming at least like I can run when I'm like a walk. When I'm physically doing, I can sprint away. But when you're watching a scary movie, you could just get up and leave. Yeah, I guess so. I've had some bad experiences where I just didn't want to see scary movies and you're with your Friends and you can't let them know that you have that weakness. And you've sat through it and I would tell Robbie Fox all the time, again, when I lived with them, he would always want to watch scary movies, and I would just say no. And then he'd be like, oh, this one is a thriller, and it would be a lie and be a horror movie, and I'd just be in it. Yeah, you're just in it, man. I don't like that stuff, I don't like to be scared. I got nothing else for you guys. All right. All right, well, we'll be back on Thursday, so since nobody's got anything in their brain, hit it hard. Hit it hard..
"j. season" Discussed on Fore Play
"I love marvel and I love The Dark Knight. I love all that trilogy. But I'm not so in it that I'm committed to one superhero. There was one superhero that I liked the most would probably be Iron Man. See, that's where I kind of agree. I don't have a die hard. I don't know all the comic books. I don't know all the backstory. When I see a certain character on the screen, I get up more for one than the other, and that's Batman. I'm almost embarrassed to give an answer because I lived with Robbie Fox for almost four years, and that guy, like he knows. He knows what he likes. He knows his Batman tattoo. He's got a Batman tattoo. So for me, he does, yeah, it's cool. And so for me, he's a Dave girl tattoo, too. He's got he's got an oasis tattoo, he's got a lot of stuff. He's got the feather. It's sick. So I feel like claiming that I have a favorite superhero isn't like an actual claim. Rigs? I'm gonna say Iron Man because Iron Man two, I just find to be such a good movie. I think his character in that is so awesome. He's funny. He's rich. He's intriguing. I think that, but that's not. That's like so separate from the actual comic book. I did the comic book people would be like, go fuck yourself that has nothing to do with it. 6 song, too. Those movies, the Iron Man movies are awesome. Like Batman's pretty good, but I mean who wouldn't love to have the Iron Man? So you guys going three Iron Man's here? Holy smokes. Well, the problem with that. I mean, the first Iron Man would be like the least superhero Y person. This is true. I didn't know I was gonna walk into that man. Iron Man and Batman are basically synonymous. I guess they're the same. Yeah, they're both too rich guys. I guess so. I didn't see this is why I almost didn't want to say it because then I was going to get judged. No, no, no, you're not getting judges, I guess me, presenting the question, who is our favorite superheroes to get three iron mans and one Batman? I would say though The Batman one is a little childish, like this guy who turns into a bat. I mean, at least like Superman is like your judgment. I don't know. All right, but Iron Man, he just puts on a badass suit. He doesn't go around claiming like I'm a fucking suit. Batman Sue's fucking badass. Right, but he themes it. He like themes it, which is weird. Like, why is he decided? This right here is why comic books prevail because everybody just argues about who their favorite one is and they get excited when the movies. Well, they got the new Batman coming out in 2022 and the trailer dropped yesterday and it's just like, you watch that trail and tell me that that guy's not the coolest fucking dude of all time. How many views do you think that trailer already has on YouTube? I looked it up earlier. It's got to be over a million. Came out, came out a day ago. Yesterday, how many views do you think it has? I'm going to look at an updated number because I look before I mean you're saying wow, I'm looking at it. All right, so 6 million 6 million views one day. I'll share the view count. Yes, based on what I already know, I know. 6 million, 6 million, 19 million. You wanna either might be a little bit of height for that movie. 19 million views on YouTube and a day. The Spider-Man one that came out like a month ago, it hit like that 71 million on YouTube in a month..
"j. season" Discussed on Fore Play
"Charge us whatever you want to charge us, right? And then show every single swing that ever happens in the PGA Tour season, right? Just show it on PGA Tour live dot com. That is where you're gonna charge us a 120 bucks a year, and then that's it. Then also, if you for the majors for the big tournaments, put it wherever else you want it. NBC, golf channel, but it has to live on PGA Tour dot com for the people that want to pay extra that they'll never miss a swing, okay? No matter what. I've got an idea. The succession of the pit plan, getting people getting brands of golfers, very like, I don't know, well, sought after that you actually want to listen. You talk about home, kisner, et cetera. Create like a rev share program where you can subscribe to golfers, where you pay, and then they're just mic'd up and you just listen to everything and watch everything that kisner does, home, and you can just pay for insights into that. That would be amazing. So then you're awarded the golfers with like more subscribers as they work Thursday through Sunday. That would be insane because I would definitely subscribe to my favorite golfers and actually like if I could hear every part of their conversation and you whatever signed some BS legal form like I don't care if they curse or say whatever. I think that would be awesome. So it's like only fans forgot. I don't think. Right. I don't think the golfers are going to sign up. I think so, dude, if some people, I think it's an only fans for golf, right? $5 extra this week to listen to Kevin kisner and watch every swing. And he gets 80% of that and then the PGA Tour gets 20. Right. Dude, and then he should be able to pick his broadcast team and it could be us that we're just the broadcast. I would watch the raw footage. You think they have conversations like this at the PG tour? Are they ever creative? Are there is there anyone? Is there any synapses happening? No, because sometimes what they do is if they do start a broadcast late, they will tape delay it and start at the beginning and they're like, look, we did it, and it's like, fuck you, I have Twitter. I already know what happened. You ever see click? Yeah. You know when he stops, he stops and just smacks the fucking guy right across the face. Yeah. I want to do that to every single person that works for PGA Tour live. Just stop time. Rip a fart in their mouth and just smack them. It's just like the movie click, dude. Because I'm fucking stupid. Walking stupid. It does seem that there is there has to be a level of complacency with we've already got our ad dollars. It doesn't matter what we show. It would be so funny. We have no incentive to show on the inside. Necessarily what people want to see. So you guys, you get what you get. We don't care. That is not how a major sport should operate. Because I think we're going to put how they operate. I think that's just at one. I don't know, Frankie just said. Stacey, Stacey, somebody shitting my suit. I'm just now picturing Frankie like a little meme walking into PGA Tour headquarters, hitting pause and just going office to office. Setting up a GoPro each office and leaving and just seeing the chaos..
Just King Things
"j. season" Discussed on Just King Things
"All those things truly happened. Yeah no semi colons. None at all you actually. That's probably like the clearest Five sentence summary. We've gotten from you really five declared of I'm saving them up. I'm saving up my grammar for oncoming episodes. Don't you worry well that's great I think you are apt In your assessment that there is like i mean this is the thing that we say about king. I think pretty consistently is that. There's usually a disjunction between like what a king thinks stories about versus what it actually appears to be about if you're reading it But this is an interesting collection because you can. You can sense the moves when he's not doing it out in the open which mostly happens in the body you can sense kind of the the moves that are trying to be made from like you know the genre stuff to like something that is more literary or more mainstream And so what. A lot of this ends up being i mean. Let's start with the first story right. Reader hayworth and shawshank redemption. Which i think is before we jump right into that. So these are four seasons different seasons four seasons the this read hayworth and the shawshank redemption is the first season ended. His hope springs. Eternal is is this just something that is worth ignoring I mean what do you mean. I mean like this as he says say this is just a conceit to like get his publisher to publish this thing Well so is it just worth ignoring them pretending like it's not there. I think it's worth mentioning a especially in the context of shawshank. Because i think that is kind of i mean. I think that's the reason that shawshank works in the way that it does. And i don't just mean this novello but i mean like the film like what the jury is what it's about. I think that idea of hope springs. Eternal is core to to how it works The others i will agree with..
Just King Things
"j. season" Discussed on Just King Things
"Just king things is a podcast where we read the books of stephen king in publication order as these are largely horror novels often deal with complicated and disturbing topics. A list of content warnings is available the episode description audi their friends and neighbors welcome back to king things. The show were reread. The books of stephen king in publication order and talk about them. I'm michael and with me as usual is cameron. Hey mikey ronnie you wanna see abidi not especially you want to lie to our parents like we all did in the forty. Surely we don't have television yet. So lion to our parents is all we got to amuse herself with. We love to make all kinds of stuff like sri houses in boston. Low kids around and telling stories about barf. That's what childhood used to be pretending were in world war two. My pop served in warlord due out about tab. I hate the don't man. The gradual gremlin ization teddy do shop different seasons. Michael yeah today. We're talking about different seasons from nineteen eighty to stephen king's of inaugural like novello collection. Which is a weird thing to say. Because i can't think of any other author who won. Stephen king does these novello collections. Of and it's a thing that's like pretty unique to him. I cannot think of another author who kind of does the same thing and then two. He actually doesn't do it that much. I was like looking over the list of books and preparation here to see how many times he's done this and it's only been like two or three throughout the course of his career of but nevertheless This kind of the big one. I think this is the one that has the most cultural cachet in terms of what people would know from the extended king of verse. So that's exciting. Yeah the other one. The other major one i. I think you're right. there's gotta be a third one. I'm just blanking on what it would be but The other major one is four past midnight Which is what the lingual yours is in there Which is one that people are. I think just as well. Maybe not as familiar with is the ones that are in this. But that is a popular. Stephen king kind of story But the other ones in that no one you if you talked to someone about that. No one knows what you're talking about And then the third ones hartson atlanta's yes Were a movie was made out of one of those as well so big screenplay fodder from stephen king novella collections. He likes to criminal fell into the short story. Collections to the mist is a novella..
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"j. season" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
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"j. season" Discussed on The Jump
"Has the flow of the game. There's no hold on his offensive game. He's able to get his teammates going as well. He's probably the most unguardable player you know in a in a short list of guys The the can't be stopped. I think the clippers throw their pride out the window and start running doubles at this guy trapping this guy doing whatever they can because one on one is not working with them. Well so that's a question. I would have for you from an xs and os standpoint. He either scored or assisted on all but six bastards right right and we have other guys like that in games. We've seen the the box and steph basically right the four guys on steph curry. We've seen how damian lillard has three on him. Every time he he crosses the median line. What would be if you were defending. If you were on this year's clippers team and defending against luca would you want to be you have to run people at at the blitzes pick and rolls. I think you have to fight over some screamed. I think they switch to easily some. You know this is such everyone. Switch every position now but back when we first you know when i first came in we're fighting over picks chasing him over running them into the big make. Sure the biggest up on the pick of. We're not blitzing if we're not showing we're giving different looks. They haven't really get they've given him different defenders. Having them different looks all year he has to do is when choir has called someone out and get those guys off from so to me. Those guys had to fight or pick trap. Run doubles adam. And maybe even deny him the ball. He's unstoppable right. Near carlisle through real curveball. You started that massive lineup right. They played zone and the clippers weren't ready for it. And then luka despite having all that size out there goes for nineteen points in the first quarter and gets it gets it going at rick. Carlisle won the strategy game with thai lou in that last night. So you may not know how the mavs are going to start tomorrow night's game. That's a factor. I will say that's been one of the fun things about this series though because i loved ties adjustment a couple of games earlier with going small rate and i thought okay. That's interesting. let's see what happens. And the mavericks really couldn't handle that change. And then they came back in dallas. And you've got two coaches who are really great coaches so. I think we'll see a little bit more tonight next up. We have chris..
"j. season" Discussed on The Jump
"Into with streetlights over spotlights. All the comparisons to the lakers the disappointing second round exit after being up three one in that series last year and then nobody would have predicted a first round playoff exit this year especially after they essentially pick their playoff opponent in the final couple of days of the regular season. Well as you mentioned. Luca al played kawai last night. And that's not a drag on coli. That's going to happen. Lucas all time. Great player. I think the problem is games one and two of this series the way they performed in those games and now they've got to pay for it so i actually have been spending the last few hours and this is gonna sound ridiculous researching. What steve bomber did microsoft when they had failures because unfortunately for him he had a couple of giant failures when he was he. A couple of huge successes. We're seventy billion. He a big failures. Remember the soon. Didn't work to see what they did. But but honestly i think when you look at it they have not gotten the requisite point guard in here and you look at the organization. You can look at other things that are issues. Therefore situation is really not excusable. And so that's why i think if there's a penalty it's be by the front office but it's not like those guys have not done a good job. They have as always just going to probably have to pay my. Let's keep in mind that it takes a handful of years to get a good team up and rolling. And i think the fact that they play in l. a. and there's so much pressure from down the hall to win something win win win because they never have won this team's only been together for two years and they really their star matt coli sign for two years. You're right you're right. But the stars in both seasons really haven't got a chance to jail because they've been in an ounce and consistent so it'll be interesting to see you know i still feel like they have a chance to come back and make some noise in this series but at the end of the day if they happen to lose i mean to give something only two years before it has to be blown up as crazy going to blow it up. I don't think they're why not necessary. Blow it up but if kawhi walks you're starting again. You'll still have paul george and some other pieces but is the centre focal that team. So if he walks after two years that's really up to him but to me it's crazy because it's really only been two years and you know any team that's made a run or a dynasty. Take some time. Luck lakers got lucky. Getting abyan going right away but it doesn't always happen it. I don't think anybody knows how coy feels. We learned that a couple of years ago. But right you can relate to this because you spent a lot of career trying to play in southern california or at least on the west coast. You sacrificed a lot. I know you left a lot of money on the table. And that's for a podcast. Quiet sacrificed a lot and did a lot to get here. I don't think he's walking out the door again. He has not shared what he's thinking. In fact i sat down with him earlier this year and he very specifically declined to answer that and that is completely his right. If i if you made me put money on something my money would be. Uncle is staying here. I think that he wanted this fit with this team. And i think he's dedicated to seeing it through. But i do think that this organization is going to have to take a long look at itself if they have a second round playoff exit and a first round playoff exit because as doc rivers said last year when he was still the coach the goal is not even to just get to the conference finals. With this franchise. The goal was a title. And this would of course be falling short but who knows maybe they make a stand in dallas and this is what's great about these pivotal games. It could be just part of a great story right. It could be one step along the way where they stood up and showed how good he they were and then went on to win a title. So you know. Let's talk about more though the lakers health situation. Anthony davis currently listed as a game time decision after missing game five with that groin injury Lebron james also has never in his team playoff appearances lost in the first.
The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix
"j. season" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix
"Cousins is shooting forty three percents at the rim forty three percent at the rim among among bigs that places them in the second percentile. Not he's in the top two percent at the bottom two percent ninety eight percent of all players classified as biggs by cleaning. The glass are shooting better than demarcus cousins. the rim. he's a seven footer. Who is known for being this powerful physical specimen. Who's who's an incredible athlete. And he's shooting forty three percent at the rim. That's a bit alarming. He's also not shooting at the rim. Because as i alluded to he's checking a lot of longer distance shots he's seventy nine th amongst centers in rio plus minus a defensive real plus minus last. I checked he was never great in that category anyway and he's been on a decline for years. He's just not a plus player chris. The the rockets were minus five point. Seven points perodua possessions with him on the court. He hasn't had a plot a positive plus minus since that twenty seventeen eighteen season when he was with the pelicans. He's just not a plus player. Now if you get them in there for ten minutes just soak up some time play fouls maybe get a couple of shots around the rim if he can make them fine but like i just don't see based on everything i just laid out where the value is for him right now. Yeah as i survey the nba landscape brooklyn just seems like the only team. That would take a flyer on him. And i based that less on inside knowledge of what's going on in the nets front office. Then what my eyes were showing me in. My eyes have shown me that the nets signed anybody because they have been signing everybody. They sign iman shumpert off the street. They sign andre roberson off the street. Now they just let both those guys go but they're bringing them back on ten day contracts financial move at this point so the nets are willing to bring in bodies and see if those bodies can have an impact. There's obviously a familiarity with kevin durant cousins spent that ill-fated season with golden state with durant on the roster there. So maybe there's some chemistry a connection with durant. But i don't see any other team in the league taking a flyer i initially thought the raptors might've been convinced otherwise i just if you look across at the contenders if the lakers. Don't jump on him if the clippers don't jump on him the bucks are certainly not gonna like. There aren't a lot of teams. I thought the he might consider it. Because you know pat riley if he sees a modicum of talent you just grabs. The guy says. I'll deal with the rest but i'm not so sure i see that happening either in miami so i do think that it's more of an educated. Guess here i do think at some point cousins winds up in brooklyn if he finishes the year there. I don't know like it may just be one of those things where all right. Let's see if you compliment the andre jordan maybe we can stop playing jeff green so much as undersized five and we'll see if andre drummond gets bought out and if he does get bought out we're gonna kick you to the curb and say goodbye but by the way that's the thing like if i'm the nets okay. Yes they're desperate for size. They could use another beefy seven footer. Even one in his condition as cousins after all of his injuries maybe ten minutes. A game from cousins is an upgrade over more jeff green or small ball other small options..
The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix
"j. season" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix
"Into the booker stuff because i think booker's going to be on the team. Anthony davis is not going to play. That will help booker booker. I think we'll be the again for the second year in a row injury replacement on the all star team. I kind of joked that james jones should change the numbers on it or change the date on his statement from last year. Where he said devon booker is an all stars re released it into the world but hooker is quick quick cyber on this. How do we feel about gems family members agents issuing statements or in the case of terrell harris who is both tobias harris whose father and his agent like. I'm i all for parents. Being proud of their kids and wanting them to succeed and everything but like go little league data on this especially when you're also his agent. It's it was really strange. Maybe maybe we should put a moratorium on reporters asking for it. They just don't have the. Yes yes amen alleluia. don't do yes yes match. You expecting dad to say something other than my son should have been an all star who i also represent as as as a registered agent. I mean how. Frank neale aquinas. Dad probably says he's an all-star like everybody's whatever it's fine like i say this kind of put a button on this hour. Yeah there's you see on social media like expand the all star rosters. I say no to that like it should be an exclusive club. If you expand the all star rosters to fifteen each and go thirty deep water down like it should be a difficult call every year even if it's done to the best possible way. There are going to be things to quibble with. I think though players. I think players wish it wasn't the coaches that made these and i say that only because i think the players would love to blame the media for this for your media members picking stars. Well it's not the. There's no fan voting involved in this. This is coaches picking reserve. So if you have a problem with devon booker not making the all star team if a problem with my continent on making the all star team with tobias harrison making the all star team. Look at your coach. Ask him who. He voted for because that who made the decision. Well to that point by the way like we have all sorts of transparency and all the awards voting these days like our votes postseason awards. Everybody can see exactly how i voted. How you voted. I don't think they reveal how we voted on the all star. But we you know. We all made our ballots public anyway. A lot of us. Yeah we know at least the order of how. The fans ranks the all-star starters we know how the media ranked all-star starters with our twenty five percent vote and we know what the players votes were for their twenty five percent portion of the starters but the reserves chosen by the coaches with absolute opaqueness. We see we have no idea whether a guy was close. We have no idea whether a guy was put up at the front court spot and somebody else was in the wild card spots we get no sense of what the ranking was. There's no transparency whatsoever. I don't expect it..
The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix
"j. season" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix
"You strip away all context but again if that's part of it and we're not gonna punish guys for bad teammates are we punishing trae young for the wrong reasons. Because the hawks have underachieved is that are we saying. It's actually trae young's fault like we don't have a consistent application of this and that's that's probably all of us by the way everybody has a little bit of a sliding scale and you make exceptions for guys that you think were deserving for some other on some other basis the raptors started out really slow but they have recovered nicely. But they're still only five hundred. So if we're going to cape for for like say fred. Vanvleet who i think was a worthy candidate and then again. If it's about underachieving chris it's about. Do you have better talented around you. And we're going to judge you based on that context within the neither the celtics should make it. And i thought both tatum and brown should make it. And i'm glad they both did make it but the celtics who i think. We'll talk about later or one of the biggest disappointments of the season at the moment and both guys made it so again. It's more about the consistency to me than anything and the lack thereof. So i might you. I agree with you on middleton who i think should made it. I do think about bio should've made it bam's stats are just as strong as they were last year when he was the first time all star plus he plays defense and i also think that there should be something to incumbency like. I think if you're going to knock out an incumbent all star especially if he's playing just as well or better the following season then you have to knock him out and bamako bio if you want to compare stats with. Let's say i don't mean to pick on. Julius randle was absolutely deserving all of them were but would. I have gone on at a bio over randall yet. Probably by the way joyce randall. Almost identical stats to democratise. A bonus also did not make it but who wasn't all star last year and so it's about us didn't doesn't make it but randall does. Their stats are like almost identical. In every category there within percentage points of each other their pr is exactly the same. And bama's right in the same vicinity. He's scores a little bit less than those guys partially because he plays fewer minutes than those guys but as efficiency as way those guys he plays defense and a completely different level than those guys. Bam should amid middleton should made it in the west. I absolutely would have put in booker over chris. Paul and by the way. Since i have to hold myself to my own rule if i were gonna put middleton out of bio i would probably toss overboard a vuckovich and randall. Not because they're not deserving. Not because i don't like the magic he or the knicks but just like those i don't think outta bio and middleton militant especially like you'd never number two star on a true contender any plays defense and he's flirting with fifty forty ninety and he's been an all star last couple of years like again he was. He was the incumbent. Why are we throwing him off. Because everybody fell in love with a couple of stories elsewhere. I don't know..
The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix
"j. season" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix
"I would say this guy enters. The the levin middleton becomes the third member of this trio for one spot. Fred wli fred. Vanvleet is add. An awesome season and the raptors have surged in the last couple of weeks there. That awful started the season and they played a lot better than fred. Vanvleet is a big reason. Why so that's kind of like the three guards for one spot. I kind of circled howard when these when these came out. I don't really have a problem with julius randle because the knicks have been one of the surprise teams in the league. And randall has been the driving force to that so i think that three guards have one getting it. You can reasonably quibble with that. All right so i got a bunch of things but let me start with this just to kind of push back a little bit on a couple of things you said. Even though i agree on. Ought i mean first of all the heat. They were seven and fourteen now fourteen and seventeen. So they've gone seven three over. The last ten is that right. What did he say about. Seven three of the last ten coinciding with jimmy butler getting back. They're still missing drug. Each bam adebayo has been great from start to today. The heat of not been healthy. Jimmy butler was out because of covid. So if the coaches are going to punish bam out by jimmy butler who both were on the team last year both were all stars last year. If we're going to throw them off because the heat have not been as good lately. Well then one again inconsistencies here because they took vuckovich. Who's on a team. That's even worse and at least we know the heated these rebounding. They're they're coming back. They're going to be in the playoffs orlando. Magic are going nowhere. Nowhere not now not any time in the future that i can see so coaches again like okay if you going to punish the to heat all from last year because the heat started off slow with injuries and covert problems. What are you doing picking vuckovich. What are you doing to picking levin for that matter. So that's that's that's the first thing while we're on that subject if the standings matter if when matters as you and i record this the heater fourteen seventeen. The knicks are fifteen and seventeen. A half game better. So you'd rather go. Julius randle because the knicks are a half game better. You'd rather go. Zach levine on a fourteen to sixteen team because hang on hang on the knicks. The knicks like the knicks. Aren like that's like fifteen and seventeen greats heat fourteen and seventeen boo like different places. You know what i mean. But that's a problem but you can't. We're not judging on a curve or like like the knicks are doing better than expected. So we're gonna reward them with an all star berth under a little but who has more help though right like julius randle is not necessarily one man band there. But you could certainly make the case that on paper whether it's tyler. Hero duncan robinson butler when he's healthy bio has way more help absolutely which is why they were the eastern conference champs last season which is why we consider them a disappointment..
"j. season" Discussed on Fuck Humans
"Good morning. Captain basque sherry it's prince. He's been getting on headquarters about being too friendly with coworkers. You wants us to refer to each other by our titles now. I'm caught tabu sherry your captain basque as madeup is now a thesis as dais etc etc. Prince becks is neither king of this region or charge of headquarters. So i will continue referring to my friend by her name. Good morning cherry fine but if he comes back i'm going into secretary mode again. Good morning basque. She's been looking healthy of these past few weeks horns look stronger cheeks rounder fair skin one still now brightens up bloom. What's with the big smile on your face. I'm just happy to see you've been eating again as us. And i were worry that you would be nothing but skin and bone soon pony never so did you find the go to the local breath. Like i told you know offense to the guys and gals down there. But that's the equivalent eating cheap takeout. You know you're picky. I suck you. I can't help it if i have a refined taste. So who's the lucky person your partner who's been feeding you. I assume you must be seeing someone considering how you're glowing right now. Oh you you wouldn't know them. This kingdom is only so big. Try me well. You c- conversation is cut short by the entry of two officers one. I know well as data stand tall and proud like always is uniform. It's immaculate is black. Beard trimmed and cut. Even ram like horns appeared spotless next to him was an uzi. A nervous looking. Ucf that dellenbaugh. The face of flowers they were carrying was shaking and their gelatin. Like hands got in basque. Gutty chatty so the princess gone to him too i see. This is a new recruit elva. He'll be starting on the forest today of obviously elmer reporting for duty allies at ease. Soldier are those flowers. They're so pretty she was right. The panelists were around with minors strikes of yellow. The colors were striking yet despite never having seen this plant before something about them seem familiar. Yes background from. Its customary degree new friends with a gift. These are Yeah he's will fe. Are you a botanist captain basque. No i assumed because of the color. I'll put these right on my desk. So everybody in headquarters can see them. I don't mean to alarm anyone. But i believe i smell a human. What's gone down everyone. it's just ask i forgot. i'm sorry. Captain bask is is a is a human. No i just work with one. You you work with one technically. I'm sure you've noticed. The jack canucks stone wall that separates us from the human side of the kingdom in the middle of that wall is a station. We call it. The tunnel is the only path in more meat sue than leads to motor and vice versa. High ranking visas from both regions are sent there to the station. We make sure no humans or not. Go through the tunnel without permission. I understand but i need to work so close to a human. We're cut off by glass. Window stays on his side. And i stay on nine however there holes in the glass that allow us to speak to each other. This is how i believe. The human scent gets on me. His cologne is quite strong. May ask why. The wall was built back where i'm from. Such extreme measures aren't necessary. About a year ago was incident. A monster got caught with two human lovers too. Well he was olympia. And you know to decks me way. That caused a huge uproar in the kingdom our king and the queen of teachings you mood up the wall to make sure like that never happened again but what happened to the monster. In humans will lobbyist carrying out his hundred year sentences. We speak the humans however we're apparently very well known and kijimuta got up only with paying a fine. This conversation reminds me. We need to be leaving soon. Don't say you've forgotten. It is the first of the month. Jamal has his monthly meeting with the council of order today once every month. The king holds a meeting with the council of order the point of the meetings to discuss the current ongoing send monster based regions. I ranking visas. Such as days tonight are sent to every gathering to protect the king in case the council members for the sudden urge to overthrow him in all the years of being an officer. I never have seen a member of the council attempt to do so but it is not the council. I'm worried about prince lexus. Sitting at the end of the table it looks more irritated than usual. His spotted spotty s are glued to a school. If already on the attack he also keeps picking up the threat of his robes ruining the expensive fabric. Shame it's such a fetching garment a yellow baroque pattern on brown linen. That reminded me of still with us. Sorry i was just hoping that this meeting and soon faster it ends the faster..
The Strategic Baseball Podcast
"j. season" Discussed on The Strategic Baseball Podcast
"Ball is not a curve ball and so when we kinda just you know have the mindset that we're gonna kinda mass-produced pitching staff or we're just gonna kind of take this generic you know kind of bullpen plan and in kind of implemented and say. Hey we're going to throw five fastballs here. I've curve balls here. And and the reality of it is that we start locations or we just give generic locations like a fastball way. You know what is the fastball way. You know you want these guys. The literally understand. You know the different areas of the strike zone because different hitters a fastball. Way by what. They're looking for a fastball. In a way by not be if we can start getting more specific about location and and really practicing that location the weekend. Identify pitchers those book locations. That are pitches. They going to play out so if a coach the coach keeps calling the pitch in a certain location. That that pits. Just ain't gonna play at. That's not the pitchers fault and so that's a strategy problem or it's just really something that we we out. Think ourselves based on what we just did. And i think the reality of it is as we started talking about this transition and we started talking about game planning and strategy and how do we transition from all season. Preseason and preseason in-season. I think the conversations that coaches are willing to have players players that have been doing work. You know the guys that have been really preparing that that spent the offseason doing work and trying to really get better what they do. Then i think coaches and players and and having those initial conversations about what they've been working on in the off season and then coaches kind of building on that instead of trying to radically change it just based on a practice schedule or based on this is what we do in practice and i think a lot of times coaches. We don't realize the impact of what some drills due to certain type of players and i think when we just do a drill to do a drill. Because that's what we're gonna do the you know the next fifteen minutes practice and we don't realize the impact that drew has on that player or on that pitcher. Then i think you know we wonder why. Some of these guys struggler. Why guys that are doing certain drills and and i think coaches we gotta we gotta be responsible enough to know our pitchers will enough are no hitters that hey not every hitter swings the same way and not every pitcher moves the same way and not every pitches a fastball. as the fastballs the fastball. And i think a lot of times as we're going transitioning and we're starting baseball practices. We start with these generic drills. Are these generic things. And i think a lot of times. The older especially for the older kids and the older players. Like hey man. A drill can kill a movement pattern. A drill can kill the way the kid gets and the way he thinks and and when it starts screwing with this thinking then obviously we're going to get mixed messages and we're not going to get the consistency that that they really been working in and trying to develop and i think a lot of times in early season problems that we see. We have that conflict of what they've been working on versus okay. What did they practice in the preseason and then all of a sudden that mixed message shows up and and they're just a little bit outta of sinker time or confused on opening day or opening week and they get off to that bad starting at just kind of snowballs from there. Yeah wha- what we feel of time is guide get real jumpy the jumping at baseball and and they're rushing their swing. We see it and the guy. Tell me the batting practice..
The Strategic Baseball Podcast
"j. season" Discussed on The Strategic Baseball Podcast
"And we start talking about you. Know for pitchers specifically. Everybody has a throwing program. If if you're a high school player college player you. You have throwing programmer you should. If you don't then you know we got deeper questions than what we're gonna talk about today but let's just assume that everybody's got that throwing program and and now that we're moving into our preseason bullpens and and literally you know what we want to take away from their book and and i think jeff this is where you and i see the disconnect all the time because you and i are constantly asking these guys that as they started high school practice and and and the guys that came home for from bob all ready to go back to college. It's like hey what what are we really doing. The master these pitches like what are you doing to really start getting the feel to start seeing the that pitch move and feel that pitch and then you know when you are literally throwing your bullpens. What are you taking away from it. And i think just asking that little bit of a deeper question drives the conversation. Almost to my. You know we have that kind of stunned silence at i like like what are you really talking about like. Hey man i'm working on my pitch now man like i wanna know seriously if we see here made you throw that pitch that specific location ten times could you do it again and again and again and again and again and then we said. Hey now it's three. Oh could you throw that pitch in and then the zone for a strike and then i think you start to see that light bulb moment. Happened for these guys like. Hey you know was baseball. And and in-season success in season his really that transition from what i'm capable of doing to what is what is my opponent trying to do to me and i think that's the emphasis that you and i like. We try to drive home to these guys that the off season is about you getting bigger faster stronger on your basil's your athleticism. Anything new that you wanna add to your gang. The preseason is about now we gotta start dialing in and really get focused on our baseball like what. What are we literally gonna use in season and really start refining and master in that and then you and i we focused in the last three or four weeks a preseason no matter who were sending off to get ready. It's like hey now let's start playing games. Now let's start strategically thinking we'll start. Start throwing specific bullpens that we call game plantains. Like you know what we're going to execute our game plan and so a lot of times. I use the analogy like nfl teams. Like you know they're game planning throughout the week then they then. They implemented package that they want to the face package. They wanna try to run against the defense. They're playing that week. And then the quarterback is going to go out there and the coaches and and they're going to run through this as they practice it. And so that way on sunday or saturday night or monday night whenever they're playing they don't show up shah you know there might be some adjustments that defense made and some different things that other team tried to do to your offense but the reality of it is..
The Strategic Baseball Podcast
"j. season" Discussed on The Strategic Baseball Podcast
"You know we got some individual stuff that we want to work on and then obviously we got the teen stuff we want to work on. And so i think a lot of times as coaches started started practice up and and it really depends on their philosophy is when we see the things that these guys had been working on the all season and then when they get with either the high school coach or the college coach and and it seems like the they start screwing with that player. They start making adjustments. They started seeing things. And i know it will be as sensitive subject with some of these coaches but the reality of it is as we started sitting here and helping these guys really understand all the work that you want them do this off season to get ready and to get better and improve and then i think a lot of times. We confusing young players. Especially because if we're really focused on our physical skills our fiscal capability and we don't help them really understand how that additional velocity your strength or power or whatever it was that they really like focused on this off season to improve. Get better at how we take that and and bill baseball skills with it and then specifically that individual players You know in the pictures and it's like how do we take that additional loss the empower and really turn it into quality pitches and i think sometimes that's lost in translation. We just automatically think that. Hey man we've got bigger faster stronger. I did the different workout man. I moved better. My mechanics are cleaner and somehow that magically turns into better pitches and and then eventually turns into the a better strategy and the truth is we. We know that we see that here. Every day that we drive that piece home you know what the our training his in offseason is got to lead to a us understanding how we use that that additional strength our explosiveness in the preseason to really refine and and really kind of what we call master our baseball skills that we're going to use that season and so i think inside of that that's the piece You know as we talk about that transition from offseason the preseason and then really how do we use that preseason practice and and to really dry making sure that we're ready the first week or two of the season because ultimately when we see guys struggle you know here in tulsa a lot of the times and and you know this jeff. You've done it longer here than me. You see that that if they don't have a good first week or i you you know three or four games then it almost kind of sets the mindset that hey man mike i'm going to be scrambling like everything i did is not working and it really does. It starts having a psychological effect on them. And so that's the piece that we talk about that transition literally than that. That's the thing that that today as coaches and players and parents van as we we have this conversation that if we don't take this piece serious and we just kind of look at this practice. And i'm just kind of killing time until you know the game start for real if we don't start have that mindset that strategic advantage mindset. Shift like we're going to start. Focusing on master pitches and having a strategy game planning then you know what we're gonna show up in first couple of weeks of the season and and we have some tougher competition and really start you know facing some hitters. That are ready are facing some features. That you know are ready. Then we're going to see these kids struggle. And and i think that's that's a conversation that you and i wanted to have today and kind of how do we avoid those pitfalls and i think a lot of it truly is is like the enchant of our practice..
Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film
"j. season" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film
"Apple take to hunting. Season is another interesting. Short from the tribeca film festival. A young woman that is approached by a unicorn for help. The film has a talented group of women behind an in front of the camera. I sat down with two of them. Had eleven who you may know from the magician stars as county and wrote the screenplay producer is in s isis and the film's director is shannon cohen who directed episodes of supergirl shadow hunters and the magicians. I sat down with eleven and isis. At roxy hotel at the tribeca film festival so first question is both produced. And you're so How did the story kind of come about many factors coming together. But my idea for the film came to me around the concept of a girl meeting a uniform in an unexpected place and i had the idea of a gas station and i just thought visually and just i guess as as if something like that could happen that would be fascinating to watch. And then the rest of the story sort of just came to me from conversations with people and imagining with his character wise and the rest of the pieces have found place and as far as putting it together. And what was that finding the right location absolutely what what was it. Whenever saint collaborative efforts. Hannah reached out me after she and shannon on a set of To shackle who dishes and work together and shannon and i the director had worked on number projects before and said you know i'd really love to sparta. This isn't how women's team. And so i said yes. I read the script. I thought was great. Met hannah and then from there. It was kind of a natural process. We we all have people that we've worked with and said you know would love to work with you again so that was what it was. I just reached out to the people that had said that and it just seemed all kind of flow. i mean we did this. Very grassroots Not a lot of money kickstarter fundraising campaign for about a month. That was horrendous. I hated it. But i mean that's how we've got the only way we could do it. Otherwise right yeah and location wise. Actually so shannon. Very busy working on the magician's but she did. Google googling remote gas stations because we wanted something where it would be okay to have a choice as uniform and just the atmosphere of it is meant to be evermore gas station in woods and shannon found this one that was about two or so hours from vancouver and she kind of zoomed in on google maps. That this looks pretty remark so call them off and they were on reservation. Land a native reservation land in British columbia canada and they was super awesome right from the beginning and i drove out there and it was absolutely perfect and i don't think it could gone any more perfect. I was the ideal location. The horse was a little bit challenging five. Bill they were just absolutely wonderful and Yeah we like you say couldn't have a better route to a cliche. Don't work with animals or children that the animal had been working gravy asli had to travel You know two and a half hours to get to. Because we shot over two nights we had A horse The one evening and you know obviously it's just like a human soon get tired so i think it got there and it just. It was tired and it was thirty six seven hours. I mean we. We made it work. We got what we needed and we were happy. And the good thing shannon also Raised you know lived in and worked with horses and rode horses so she knew everything about how to communicate with the animal. So i think that helped. I think she also had the patients. If she didn't. I don't think we would have. We would have struggled a lot more difficult but the way that she handled Just was so calm and and lovely It just work. Yeah yeah the crew was fantastic. Because where we are living right now in vancouver ev People work a lot in the industry. There's a lot of production going on. It's amazing yeah so you know. Crew were so highly skilled. But i was so blown away by their commitment and passionate about the project because they old work fulltime film jobs so sixty hour weeks. Who knows monday to friday and then came out to work with us on the weekends. Friday saturday night unpaid was all like everyone was working very reduced rate or for the love of it and you know what when that unical worked walked out onto sat. I remember brad. One of our camera. Operators this is like it was such a magical moments that are dp l. e. and shannon created with the smoke machine. Everything everyone was like in awe was so beautiful. She looked magical absolutely. Yeah and confessor. Better teams are and everyone's just as the mosquitoes. Yes we we were like. It was plague. Mosquitoes like literally. We bought sober much repellent and like those mosques but the team was incredible and they were just been so passionate and supportive about the show. So that's great. That's what we have to deal with. Tell us about character. A little bit stitches. Seems like what i've seen. She's she's working at a gas station. Maybe not where. She wants to be in hawaii where she mentally at the beginning. I didn't say kelly's fragile. But i think there's a i think she's a strong character. It hot but i think she has low self esteem and we see that through her post with addiction. And i think she's really trying to get herself on the right path and she's got this job. It's not where she wants to be in the end but it's it's giving her something to do. She's kind of making ends meet by. She definitely dreams of something bigger. And i think i think where she in the moment where she feels. She can't help the unicorn and there are things we edited with the script but for me that merman is halle not believing that she could do something like that. Yeah in a positive way that she could help help someone i think. She's really isolated herself as she works at this remote gas station late at night she she keeps people at arm's length that it's it's sort of a beautiful and tragic moment that she thinks she kind of helped this creature that has come to her for help but she is able to and then then that is turning point right and i think for the universe. They're both wounded in the sense physically emotionally mentally and hunted so they are kindred spirits. Yeah i find each other. Yes talked about your director. She's worked on supergirl. You mentioned magicians which is show. I've covered in talk to those folks really from the beginning So she's used to doing. Female centered kind of store. What did she bring to the table. We'll firstly shannon was recommended to me. 'cause i acted in a couple of episodes magicians and i got into nurse. Some at the Trump's team and i was talking to them about making a unicorn horn and they said. Hey you know. Have you found a director yet. And i hadn't they said you know shannon who was in the kammer team originally on no she was about to start directing for photography but.