17 Burst results for "Jacob Taylor"
"jacob taylor" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
"You know. Get on knows rice. Those rice buckets. You're getting those hands nice and strong I don't know that he upper body wise. He's strong enough To to hold up under circumstances which he's going to be thrust into and right about here will you'll start to see run on some of these pass. Rushers for jalen phillips. He's the top rated on everybody's board pass rusher but there's been issues but man miami going down to miami florida. It saves his life right. It saved them because he was not doing. Good things up here. Then you have a guy like quick pay you have Men you have a wake forest. Jacob taylor is russo for mommy to jalen. Phillips is the best pass rusher in this draft. And because it's miami. I think miami ends up you know. I think they take a raw flour here. But i think you'll start seeing the run here on some of these and those pass rushers run down. So here's the thing jay. You talk about jalen phillips. Best thing he did he left california to miami. I also think being miami with the guys at the impacted him and turns trying to develop a dog mentality because this is a five star athlete coming out of high school that has all of it but he also has a rare explosive athlete. Who has great hands his hands. I call them misdemeanor when you watch them on. He's wax on wax off all day and so in miami where he gets to stay where he was at. I think this would be a great pick in great fit for the dolphins so the dolphins making their second pick of this first round the first one they got jaylen. Waddell how this one..
"jacob taylor" Discussed on Through the Wire
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"jacob taylor" Discussed on ESPN FC
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"jacob taylor" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"History the American hockey league. is Mike green with the puck for the wings Detroit line of the right wing side John of the cross the regular hearthstone this includes Christopher and taken back by Brent Seabrook only moderate center rice on the left wing visit down the left wing boards into the Detroit soon Jacob Taylor roles will fire it around and now it's pushed out the Senate race plays a dina hill rose got to the point of the right wing site for the penalty boxes that's a down behind the hawk. for gave the put the Seabrook moves it up the right side we are the center right New Orleans get it back Snyder will fire a double a side boards into the hot zone you heard that with some of the background icing called here against Detroit no score the game you mentioned side a little bit earlier the first round draft pick this summer. from Mannheim Germany. German. six four hundred eighty five hundred ninety pounds got its size right away they want his mobility sees the game well. telogen hockey player they say reach the place while. note down on the left wing corner of the Detroit zone fully Monna had moved down for the point to keep the puck alive they're cheaper now took along the right boards put down behind the red wings yet never daily in the near corner takes the part where they had four should denote mistaken down ice in the right wing Porter Hawkstone grossi there along with super super fox the puck ahead to Kane replied pass now Mada.
"jacob taylor" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Was the puck down to the hawks along come out fully bother with the past two of Alexi sorella end of the week zone down the right side you lost the hand of his countrymen sorry RB took it away for the wings over to Jonathan Ericsson week will line left wing side sent it back over to sorry RBL fired head of the hawk line this is picked up by Matthew hi more step ahead and drop the puck off the left side boards a down behind the Detroit net Ericsson will take over as the team's make why G. very calls and wants to get everybody involved all this is pre season he's been rolling all four lines of bull for the first two games of Washington in a trade war of that will be coming tonight Michael hectorite it will send it out of the right wing at center ice this is Brandon Hey all the hearts of the rippling blue line with sit back data book was talk line Duncan Keith talked one left wing that back over the ball press right click sign and head to the right in its center he coughed up the puck the other way Phillips the demand of the hot zone for the wings on the left wing site Spencer put down behind the net now it's sent back they're excellent point to my great great point he snapped a shot that sales wide. Hagel try to give Eric soda pop Erickson was able to push the puck down past him down around to the near corner still don't get Keith will slip a head and is picked off at the red wing blue line by Jacob Taylor roles red wings and regroup load Mike Breen. to help force the dean at center ice but its office ticket down behind the heart yet. for gives the puck the keys now we'll move it over on the right side the Dennis Gilbert. detainees at center ice he batted back into the hawks don't cry for handling it in front of the net put him on the right which side to Philip home nobody had at center ice years ten. Mr he pulled birthday all the way out of the crease in.
"jacob taylor" Discussed on Invested: The Rule #1 Podcast
"And also are they thinking for themselves about it. I mean, that's one of the biggest highlights of of William Thorndike's book, the outsiders, which is a pretty pretty great collection of different fantastic capital. Caters? It really describes what it looks like to have a really good capital. Cater all of them share this this one feature in particular that they're they're all I Kana classic. They're all they all think for themselves. They're all. You know, avoiding the heard, and so it's kind of interesting because you have the exact same phenomena of being a good investor in, you know, as in the public markets in your your IRA, or whatever it is of not wanting to follow the heard the same thing is true at the corporate level of the CEO's who do a really good job capital occasion. So if the biggest takeaway that you can have for any of this is that just thinking for yourself is your biggest vantage. So why why is not following the heard a good idea given given that? Many people when they think of investing are essentially the heard themselves. They're just the heard jump into an index jump into Broad-market mutual funds. But if you're actually investing why is not you would think. Wow. Okay. The herds gonna take the market up. Let's just follow the herd. Why is that about idea? Well, I mean it depends on. It depends on what your what does it look like when when you're doing it. So like, for instance, let's say that you're you're index fund buyer. If you're buying the index fund in two thousand nine I have no complaints at all. I think that was a really smart move. Yeah. If you're late to the party, and you're buying index fund hand over fist right now. Ten years on into a bull market. Well, maybe you're a little bit late to the party and typically that's not gonna work out. So well for you and the price that you're paying to own these five hundred businesses, let's say on a and SAP five hundred index. You know, you're you're paying for pretty rosy future. There's been a lot of extrapolation from here upward and people drawing straight diagonal lines up into the right? And that's just not how the world really works like there's cycles to everything. So it all like the answer to anything. It really depends. And a lot of it has to do with the price that you're paying so depends on if you're at the front of the heard of the back of the herd. Well, I think the saying is that what the wise do in the beginning. The full dozen the end, right? So if if everybody's piled in early are in front of you, and you're the last one to the party, you're you may be the one holding the bag. Yeah. So. When we're looking at doing this on our own. Staying away from the herd. Basically is there some is there some structure to that? I mean, do you do you think in terms of of some specifics with regard to companies that take you away from her Datta medically or no? Or do you just look at contrarian stocks? The hurts going that way. Everything are not buying. I'm interested in. Yeah. I mean, typically for me, the the heard comes down to valuation, and how expensive is what I'm buying right now is that tell me how popular is this or not? And so, you know, there's there's reversion to the mean if you still believe that that is a thing that exists. You know, we have ten years of of strong evidence that that reversion to the mean is dead for the time being. But if you do believe in that as a strategy, then naturally going where other people aren't is will show up in the prices of things and things will be cheaper and and expensive things will will come back down to earth as well. And so as a as a value oriented investor as a fundamental investor I think he really just looking for those situations where either something is to cheap or to expensive and you try to avoid the expensive and buy the cheap. This seems to imply that you might think that sort of a fish market theory is perhaps not that solid. What do you think? I agree. I actually think that the I think the market is relatively efficient. But I also think that it's not completely efficient and those two things are are hugely important believing one versus the other if you believe that the market is completely efficient, then you should probably be operating a completely different way than trying to find cheap individual companies to be by. However, if you think that there's any chance that there's inefficiency than it does behoove you to then be on the lookout for buying things that are on sale. So I think it's it's generally the market's pretty efficient and even more efficient now than it was, you know, twenty thirty fifty years ago when a lot of our heroes were starting out. I think there's an interesting stat that is a little bit troubling as a as a as a money manager. And it's the number of stocks divided by the number of CFA holders. It's it's kind of a measurement of fishing in a way. Like how many eyeballs like smart, quote, unquote, smart CFA eyeballs are looking at the number of stocks. And so how efficient with the market because of that? And that number because stocks have the number of stocks public have has trended down the number of CFA's has trended up that ratio has gotten gotten a little tough for the individual investor that wants to to make you know, above market returns. Is certified financial adviser six survived financial analyst. But yeah. So essentially, a professional essentially a professional. Yeah. It's pretty rigorous program to get your CFA designation. But it's also a it's kind of Roenick because it's also teaches I think mostly efficient markets and efficient frontier. Correlations things like that that that are a little bit more academic. But but it does give you an idea. Like, wow, there's a lot of eyeballs looking at these things trying to figure out what they're worth something. My dad, and I have debated a lot regarding officiant markets, and and and inefficient markets is the timeframe in which one qualifies the efficiency because for a very short term investor one. Could argue the market is pretty efficient. They get the information. So quickly these days it works out. Pretty well. If you're looking at the long-term, though when you build in outside forces and emotions and multiple things going on in markets. They do look much more inefficient than they do from short term perspective. What do you think? I agree completely. I think that there's a lot of quarterly. There's a lot of focus on what happens quarter to quarter with a company and less on. On. What is the company looked like five ten twenty years from now? And so that may be that patients may be one of the only lasting edges that that's out there. Now, there's so much. There's so much data there. There's so much information. You know, whether it's satellite feeds of parking, lots to try to tell you what retail numbers are gonna look like I mean to try to win on having better data set is incredibly difficult and credibly expensive nowadays. But if you're focused on what things look like three years from now compared to what is it looked like three minutes from now, I think that you you still there still an edge there to be had for the for the average investor. There's a there's another view of this that that Daniel. Proposed a year or two ago, and we were talking I was basically maintaining that that we would want to buy when there's fear in the market and sell. Yeah. By fear, sell greed, right which we haven't seen any fear for a long time. But the basic general approach would be that way. And and since you know, the vast majority of money that's in the market is managed money. It would require theoretically that very experienced rational investors, get fearful and in that get irrational and make mistake on in terms of valuation and Danielle argued back, and I'd love to have you way out on this argued back that probably the incentive for fund manager is is to keep up with his peer group or her peer group or index and to not do so is to take your life in your hands. And to not do. So for over a year would be tantamount to suicide and therefore the the incentives for professional fund managers are not long-term. Great results their short-term keeping up with the mob. And there's a lot of cautionary tales out there about people who thought they would go long term and and em we're right and still lost their jobs. And so what? And so that's where the efficient inefficiency comes is that as you were just saying in that short term versus long term. But that it isn't driven by fear. It's driven by needs of the job, which I thought was really interesting insight. 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"jacob taylor" Discussed on Invested: The Rule #1 Podcast
"The. Everybody this Billtown town. Welcome to the invested podcast where we are learning to invest like Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger as best we can. And you know, that covers a lot of territory, and we are having a ball doing it. We've been out this about what almost three years now where I'm trying to teach my daughter to invest now, she's teaching me, and we just keep going on just now he just I have opinions and we fight. But not today not today. So today, we're so lucky because as we've been telling you guys now for six weeks. I hope you went out and bought the rebel allocators because we have the author here with us today. Jacob taylor. Jacob L Taylor is the CEO of farnam street investments. He's the host of the author interviews series five good questions, which is a really good at all. Reading that. Yeah. I'm reading it. Yeah. Deal here. He's here. He's the let me finish the creator of the world's worst hike. Not worst creator of the world's first hike cast. It could be both. I don't know what that is. Worse. Like this your bio welcome and what is a hike cast. Well, thanks for having me. Hi, cast was just an idea that I had that. I noticed when I go on a hike with a friend. We would have these amazing conversations out in nature, and it felt like it just flowed when you're outside much easier than maybe with a microphone in front of you. So I I thought well shoot why don't I figure out how to record some of these? And then I can put them out there. And and it really it's just a way for an excuse for me to get outside more, and and, you know, take walks. So that's that's really all. It's really about. I love that idea. I always think the best things in life, come from Willie. Really? It was just an excuse for me to do x y and z like pretty much all of my projects are things that I just kind of wanted to do anyway. All right. I'm gonna finish talking about your projects. You used to address professor at UC Davis graduate school of management and the rebel allocators. Jake's first literary effort, he lives in Folsom, California with his wife and two boys where he enjoys being the second best selling author in the house. Okay. You got to explain that one. Oh, well, my wife is she's written several cookbooks. Actually that are pretty well received mostly actually like the the Kito diet space. So yeah, that's as bad about us. I get to tesla the recipes. So we pretty well around here. So you can go with that one. We just watched a documentary last night from this. Australian guy called fat sick and mostly and most and yes. Yeah. That's in nearly death. It was incredible as your wife like writing cookbooks to that audience wants to get healthy food. Yeah. I don't know about specific take on it. But you know, this the Kito diet ends up being very very low carb, and the style that they that she offers is really more kind of natural real foods like eating basically a lot of meat vegetables. That's that's what it boils down to and and not being afraid to eat a fair amount of fat from good sources. Nice. I love that's what I wanna eat wanna eat like that. We. In the same bean of getting healthy watch this segue in the same vein healthy, I'm not okay. We want to have healthy investments and has awesome of book. Yeah. Thanks that serves up the nasty serves up the vegetables, the stuff that doesn't taste quite as good wrapped in a beautiful chocolate cake, Jake, how did you come up with the idea to write the rebel investor in the fiction? Wait, wait, Jack, don't even answer. I'm still back with the vegetables wrapped up in the chocolate cake metaphor that sounds terrible. You're going to ruin the vegetables, and you're gonna ruin the chocolate cake. What can I tell you? I mean, people big zucchini into brownies and tastes really good fight zucchini and brownies. There's character. Also. That's pretty yes. There's that. Yeah. Okay. There. I stand corrected. So sorry, Jake onward. Yeah. So the premise of why did I write this book? As as let me restate the question. Yes. So this book is it's it's fiction. It's in the form of a novel. And in the novel, the main character learns a ton from kind of a Yoda style figure about how to allocate capital and businesses. So why did why instead of just writing a straightforward like business book? Here's how you do it. Why did you decide to put it in the form of a story? Yeah. I started as you would expect going down that nonfiction traditional path. And I had I had put together a pretty good book proposal and even entertained a few book offers for it. But at some point, I just I felt like that. I just couldn't write that book that it would just be too dry and too boring in too easily forgotten in six months, and I felt like they're all these little nudges from the universe. That were telling me, you have to tell a story there has to be some emotion if you really want the lessons to stick. And so I basically through all that in the garbage can and started over and started researching how to tell a good story and got to thinking one day like all right? Who's a good storyteller? I thought well Hollywood basically does that for a living. So I started researching and reading books about writing screenplays just too. So I can have some kind of a framework of how do I overlay these lessons that I wanna teach but keep it within the arc of a character? You know, and and a story. Developing, and it turns out that that screenplays are very tight like emotional. They call it like, basically like a a Swiss clock of emotion like there. There's little pieces that have to be at each little place. Otherwise of that whole thing doesn't work. So I stole all of that stuff, basically for my book, and basically the book reads as sort of the karate kid as but if Mr. Miyake was a Warren Buffett or Charlie Munger character, how would that play out? So that was that was really the impetus of of how I transitioned from you know, kind of boring nonfiction that you'd probably expect for this topic to something a little bit different. And hopefully actually makes like you said the vegetables go down a little bit easier with the story of the chocolate cake. I don't often think about capital allocation when I think of Warren and Charlie in investing strategies, and so on how do you tie that together? I mean, I know that that that buffet. Considers it many CEOs are not good capital allocators, and that capital allocation is the number one job of a CEO. You don't get into that one. Can you also define capital allocation, there we go good good thing to do? Yeah. I mean, I define it personally is is very simplistically that what does the business spend its money on. Whether it's paperclips all the way up to share buybacks and different levels of the organization are people are still doing capitalization, just deciding what you spend your budget on his capitalization. Even if you're the lonely line manager down at the bottom if you have any kind of PL so that's super interesting. That's really easy to relate to any budget, any allocation within that budget. That's capitol -cation. Yeah. And the term kind of gets confused with because it also means if you're let's say, you're like a hedge fund manager, you're making capital allocation decisions within your fund also like, so we the the term capitalist self actually is a pretty sloppy term. Actually, we we use it for to describe many, many different sich. Relations and things in the world using this one same word, and I it's actually kinda frustrating to me that we don't have more words to describe these different situations. So in the book, I actually invented term. And it's called fat little, and that's basically the combination of the words, financial and capital together. And unfortunately, I found out after I'd already written a book that apparently faffing is something that you would do by yourself that maybe would be a bearing in. I think it's a British term. So I have fat little as as this thing. Then I found out later that might have made it wasn't the best word choice. But. Well, if if I'm as an investor, I'm obviously interested in allocating my capital, but aside from that if I were to use the skill set of CO two allocate capitalism. Pretty good market would be a pretty good market right of the potential for that company to grow. How would I go about doing that? How do I figure out? That this guy's a good capital allocate. Or you know, what I do for myself when I'm valuating calculation is I I will look at the financial statements, mostly and honestly, mostly the cash flow statement tells me the majority of the story, and I will put myself in that that CEO or you know, that management shoes and look at different time periods, and I'll look and see what what did they do? What were they spending their money on that time period? What it looked like? So like, let's say share buybacks how expensive was their stock at that time when they were doing share buybacks or you know, what did the I tried to put myself in be empathetic with what were they looking at. And what decision would I have made if I was in their shoes. And how does that how does that vary? And and also how clear do they explain what what their thought process was in their letters. And the things that they talk about publicly so it's really kind of game of IMP. Theory of because it's such a wide ranging topic. That know what are you spend your money on in a business like it could be so many different things. And and so many different things might may. Or may not be a good idea. It's very difficult to just put it into a kind of a cookie cutter, you know, quantitative like, you know, XYZ they should have been doing this or that. But if I put myself in their shoes and try to imagine what I would be spending money on if what they're doing makes sense to me. Then I feel like okay. These guys at least are following a logical framework. And
"jacob taylor" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Get started and understand who these assholes were. And what they were about their notes crack me up. There were a lot of stuff of like. Yeah. This just weird thanks for including a lot of sources that you had access to the I would not through using your various online university databases next week. We're going back to Russia for our third Russian Syra killer. I she could Hilo right. We'll deal. She could Taylor was big deal. He's still favorite ice. And that's threatened by new guys by the count's maybe higher, but I still have soft this the shame. Cock still razzle harvest. There was alexan-. Nder Pushkin the chessboard killer. And now we have space lizard, vote winner Mikhail pop coffee where werewolf former Siberian police junior Lieutenant sense to life in prison in two thousand fifteen for raping and killing twenty two Russian women soon after the first verdict. A new investigation began on fifty six more incidents of rape and homicide. Pop. Coughs victims were aged between eighteen and fifty largely he said he sends them to death as soon as they agreed to share drink with him as a state prosecutor Alexander Chenault said he was sentenced on the additional murders and given a redundant second. Life sense they've mellowed over there since the days Jacob Taylor. No more bullets to the back of the skull. So find out how one man was able to kill so many, and we'll head over to Siberia, white feel better about where you live. We'll probably talk about how Siberia's largest shuttle to place, I feel very confident making fun of guessing. I don't know what we got to three submarine listeners. Yeah. So that's that's what happened next week on time. So right now, I need to share the messages of some various fabulous meets acts on today's time sucker updates. In times updates. Got the most messages we've ever received regarding the same subject this past week..
"jacob taylor" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Sure if war. It hit the top of the crossbar. I think he went off the end of his sticking up into the netting happen to see one of the fastest players in the National Hockey League's seventeen goals in the season. But got ten games without a goal is just got lights out fast speed the part of the future here in Detroit. Berryhill facing off with tape circle awards left cave. Chips it across the rink came picks it up on the right wing hawk line. Rick white pass from the wing wine left circle to the Trevor us and moves in and fires. He didn't get all of that got hooked from behind. Yep. Trickle wide the wings. Come back on a two on one break. The puck is fed ahead by glendenning across the rink intended Paranthan issue, but it deflects into the hawk zone. You heard the linesmen screaming screaming off meanwhile back in behind the redwing net. Here's debrincat battling with Danny de Kaiser feted up a flock to home. What? Backhand moved in and shop turned wide by Bernie the other way Nielsen to center ice to happen over the hawk line down the left wing fires. And that's about the glass. He was step for step with Duncan Keith. They're gonna see right wing corner. Fires toward the net. That was turned wide by ward. Passing up the left wing center ice to destroy them on the right wing side. You'll carry back to the hawk blue line spin it over to Seabrook in front of the benches on the left wing side. He fires it down the boards into the Detroit zone. Puck rolls around up the near side of Cromwell who sent back in behind the green who there's the center ice sides. Got it at the hawk blue line or the redwing blue line works it into the left wing corner. Green battling there with Pearl. Laney? The puck pops out to the left point dalstrom will fire it back down the boards behind the Detroit net into the near corner. At goes to Cromwell removes a pass ahead. Jacob Taylor rolls over the hawk blue line della rose along the right wing boards, coughed up the puck. But a penalty is going to be called here to Brendan Pearleen.
"jacob taylor" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"All right, apple. Okay. Let's get negative, but Susan's showers by nineteen seventy six. Thanks to the beta test of a very effective new recruiting techniques. The group claimed to have seven hundred twenty five colonies in seventy countries with four thousand two hundred and fifteen full members all operate under high Arkell hierarchy hierarchical, Jesus Christ, higher hierarchical, higher hierarchical leadership, but that word reported in Thailand upwards in order to receive MO letters with the hippie movement losing steam after the Vietnam war Berg, ordered his members to focus more on recruiting the educated and privileged classes and less on the dropouts of society. Oh man, hippies there out now nineteen seventy eight Burg redefined. This is true. Berg, redefined communion ceremonies as come union sexual sharing sessions to get it. It's not communion. It's come union as if he couldn't get more evil. Now he's forcing not only dick but puns on his followers tons. By late night, seventy eight thirty fishing is introduced to all cog members. Some members leave those who who stay are expected to participate quickly. Flirty fishing slides right into outright prostitution with the money. Female members get for fucking random pain dudes becoming a significant source of income for the church. This would also referred to as I'm not kidding hooking for Jesus jam one former member claim to win this a suitcase of over a million dollars in cash. David kept under his bed and that that was money you'd take in from thirty. She's fucking, he's a pimp, just straight up pimp and another. We're talking again about prostitution and pimping not surprisingly, I do hear some footsteps down the hallway. Here's somebody walking towards the door and a do smell poultry ho, hey, well, if it isn't chicken, Joe bubble They will. ball. I would own aware that with to have that backs at nipple make money. Shout make that pen drawing may Bill rise on top. That's king game while I'm gonna was three sound me making that green. I know say no good man role. Mount destroy hustle sound Todd, ethical, but never going to get kids in. Don't deal with that sort of don't make my dhoti bids with lowest Gysi. Here you dig. You feel me. Ain't no room for chicken and look. Same blocks Wasco Bob level Bubba that was taking Joe speak for even a pimp. Such himself finds mixing religion of prostitution. The sexualization of of minors. Absolutely. Morally reprehensible. Oh no shit. We have someone else out and buy all this big deal. What do you have hard on for chicken Joan though in the long shame cock you no longer Rascic arousal skinny, chicken mound to death. Let chocolate wi-with Cacak. So no one here to be back again. Fuck Chee-Chen. Joel. He won tick pony Chico, Chico's Teela dips, Jacob Taylor, look communism and. Love wrestling and stalking in public eye, multifaceted mysterious individual go. Now, you know, forget me. I be back buck fucking Bach, wow, man things getting weirder than ever so confusing for new listeners. We have characters who drop them from time to time and now we have one morally repugnant. Imagine your character feeling threatened by a slightly less morally repugnant character, speaking of morally repugnant character. Let's talk more about David Burke mail that segue. Fuck it out of the park, bergh's new practice of blatant. Prostitution brings more unwanted attention from the press as US authorities and authorities in other countries. Now want to question about running a prostitution ring and by I just had to get this out of my head..
"jacob taylor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Jacob taylor weaves a few six these things into his version of on broadway he he doesn't sound like he's down to his last dime but that's okay suspension of disbelief 939 fm wnyc here is artie shaw inventing a whole new thing about nineteen forty with latin flavour strings and frequency now now socials yes his man is there ooh sun dead then lula linda ronstadt in mother tongue and per city up and it along with frinta see an example of songs in the bed the released the center of the big band arab at nineteen thirty nine to forty two um that were derive from such standards and given very commercial big band arrangements as you heard with artie shaw as frenzy for annecy perfidious songs.
"jacob taylor" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"The the most unexpectedly funny seen in the classic major league member that movie bob eucker shot here in milwaukee county stadium it was they they played the the romantic music we has jay taylor decided that you know i you know i i i saw linnet the ballpark rene rousseau her name was lydia i looked it up saw him i know jay taylor but i'd look up who were hey rousseau's care lynn wells as a matter of fact you know what i i saw lin at the ballpark and i have to go i have to go seer so he didn't have a car that was available so you have this mom come music this play and then around the corner comes jacob taylor in the bullpen car it was unexpectedly hilarious may be one of the best uses of a bullpen car of all time but the arizona diamondbacks or bring it back and i hope that all other major league teams follow suit because who wouldn't want a bullpen car bring their pitchers and i know i would like to see that i mean i know that it's the spotlight hulu something chevy they that a chevy equal exit i drive a chevy equinoxes myself and they booed bringing a chevy accents too big sponsorship deal but you can do both i'd like to say i'm an ideas man but i think the arizona diamondbacks beat them beat me to that but as one goes sodas everybody else sometimes everybody steals everybody else's spectacular ideas and that ladies and gentleman is a spectacular idea by the way we spoke with jeff levering earlier in the program and i made a joke about you go back to the pool party he text me right afterwards a picture of any said he's going to go to the girl party he actually texted me a picture of him i don't know what he's holding up it's some sort of liquid beverage i i don't know but he's also standing at the grill do you think he'd mine i mean not he's not doing anything untoward checked shy tweet that out ashington maybe maybe not you're supposed to be my or you're supposed to say yes go ahead and do it i give you permission for i really like jeff i.
"jacob taylor" Discussed on WCHS
"Sabah second quarter actually of euro ninety six point five the cat asked the voice of charleston eighteen eleven the score winfield with the lead near linfield high school to the lincoln cookers out of harrison county lincoln played and lost assistant bill last night and sticker stick around here the kanawha valley to play winfield tonight on the floor four winfield includes nate vance henshaw john hinshaw shot to end the quarter hoops stevens getting several players in there the only two is pension now we see for the first have that simpkins sixteen d groom getting a less to start the second quarter play basil alara who've been the score four lincoln set up in the left corner had to go to lend laid mainly with a shot to the right elbow no good for make it rebound comes up she winfield simpkins simpkins now he'll run the point against that twothree the go to the left wing the shot no good and of all those atoms down zero belong to lincoln shot no good by liu qing katie got one three he missed that one eighteen eleven account winfield with the lead on defense now as they crushed fast breaks the press he goes into the metal who shot up though good in a fire great job getting that ball up there reuters near the files on the minutes his first team found number five get some starters back in here for winfield faster layer goes back to the lie eighteen eleven trailing by 7 here fazalur shocked good you do happen brian fisher comeback in seattle fisher can king sacked simpkins second shot by chrysler good points defensively in lead is now five eighteen thirteen winfield with the ball top of the key simpkins the girl to the left corner now back to simpson's inspect two threes again and travelling called against christian frothy on the right wing moved to the pass before turnovers unofficially winfield naked breaks the press don't look better job against that press basil leader in snyder's been kind of a calming force near snyder killed right when jacob taylor back the snyder linfield chasing manonman body volume stole it installment now stole the right back by linking corner to libya may his three parts the rim though good rebound thumbs down to brian fischer fischer into the front court the balkans to christian fraud it of stone by turnovers half a winfield.
"jacob taylor" Discussed on WCHS
"Come the cougars against that press to handle that they do break it this time with snyder passed a law top of the key to how they go over the snyder again snyder spoke at the foul was called on fisher the christian prize is first team found that were four fifteen nine winfield with the lead the lincoln cougars out of harassing county with the basketball to thirty seven left in the opening quarter fazal are left wing ford lincoln top of the key go balls on the floor now now goes back to fassa larr i was in the corner jack jacob taylor with your visit out of bounds silva the turnovers are piling up for the cooper's that six in the opening quarter and still have to be three left peter rogers on the left wing back to my group thinks about a puree throughout the inside rogers thinks about a group of a left wing back to the grew now he's freed up touch in shoot three no good rebound comes down to snyder of the coopers whose across the time line and gets it on the left wing fascism are classed which on the floor it goes to the basket he shot short no good gets his own rebound follow good lord cody fazal are with six fifteen eleven into the front court chris to pry five active grew 230 by lincoln mcgruder rogers long three off the side of the rim no good rebound kept alive by the general shot no good by thrive all goes out of bounds to lincoln so this game was fifteen to four and all of a sudden it's fifteen eleven seven straight points for the cougars ninety seconds left here in the opening quarter they have responded despite the tunnel was almost turned over again they're basilan's acting the top akita snyder snyder the faz layer snyder now over on the right wing it goes to kick a keller he go deep underneath the basket to pay more but he double dribble war was seven the turnout here tonight on this last saturday of 2017 student sexually turned out also four weeks ago generals up fifteen.
"jacob taylor" Discussed on USA Today
"We have in our minds when we think of like an action europe now i don't think we think of a young guy now you know some era i think when we think of a superior we think of a young guy i think we think of like start lord or captain america is somebody in their 30s whose whose baf but has a builder more than you know just to do but when you think of an action here no powers needs to go get some stuff done his you know his dog its killed in like john whic spoiler john where know john whic reeves again older guy action old now dr i think we he's willing to word is when you think of those when you think of an action you're at this point you think of an older guy who's who's lived a long life he's had it he's you know he needs to get the job done yeah i mean i don't think all those because it's harder to build a make a successful action movie that's not a comic property around the younger untested guy they've been trying it with liam hemsworth and it's not working yeah they've done a couple and i think they did one with them what's his face from twilight dead the jacob taylor tell honor the he had like one or two movie is about like someone kidnapped or something he had rescued them and that's yeah but i'd be like the movies in do well despite how like fervent young the their famous it is because there he says young female and you can you know a lot of times you can get the unp emails to go to these like superhero these like genre movies but not necessarily like the straight action movie idle as due to look so i think you know could tell liner do you know that these jacked yeah no for his size amis either east but the thing is he doesn't look like an action star now i you know if if ongoing in the walter pretty if i need to go like you know hunt and a spy i'm not pick you know you look at tel on opinion that guy and yeah i'm good even know bruce willis doesn't have the same muscle tone he looks like he got a guy if you.
"jacob taylor" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Is out there bill clinton was made some adjustments to dc marcos there were granted saad and thatcher king cnet combination now then on any sent off faceoff and linesman holds the puk up first second he's gonna make a decision you actually have something to say to fill up dental they circle kilowatts of lingering 100 wednesday tomorrow he'll spend the puck behind the canadian nepta wherever built driving around the board's will deflect down i spin behind mohawk yet no icing is called canadians get align james doti friends and carrying out over the centreright circle that took the saw have wind left wing gave it back your friends and hotline over two key finn i had to any semi of over the kayan line on the right wing side the puck is off his stick and here's the other way lost the pocket bihac blue line to the back checking patrick can ain't joking key fell down behind a hawk works the puck over to frenzen built gyp it up the right side at center ice durand knocked back it'll hawks over the baseball swing transit moves it across the key fumble appoint hotline the cain ookay in line left wing side he'll bennett in behind annette george events got the point that i have some strokes around the glass to center i seabrook took a of the ventures he put it over to keith hotline returns at a seabrook at center ice off his stick into the canadian zone george event over the past the jacob taylor rolled up a hawk wind will right circle shoop ssanyong ruda got the second their deflecting that one up and out of play we gotta whistlestopping play thirty seven left in the third here too quiet united center canadians now leave the game twonothing this with black hawk sake on seven twenty wgn this is the budweiser beer smooth cruised beechwood aged beer brewed the hard way visa when we wake up ditching to prove the world wrong this is the beer will drain we when championships we're not supposed to win whom we stop calling our start at the start of because it's not start a war we're going to change the world and we actually changed the world this is the.
"jacob taylor" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Passing game is yards per attempt toyota george was money without again today or 100 percent i mean when you look at it you had 11 air ski by the time is fourteen completions one hundred twenty six passing yards that's it that's a pretty that's a pretty healthy average we're round nine yards you're so right there and again hit the big play downfield let's go back to kyle from athens cow thank rolling sir and why would adopt taught post gave bmw hey guys get it they get the airport will always wherever they all show but attending a much better one after a win you know yes sir we're we're excited cow you probably are to the best thing about an early game if you win just relax a joy it much football the rest of the day you get it get to watch them football after a day that right bharti airtel you're talking a little bit of out of our happy game i wanted to ask you got dole or i get a little bit of jack and in the fourth quarter i looked a lot or comfortable on it lay moving around a lot better in the pocket it late other than that first wife but you know kind of heart kinda hard to get a little bit guy coming blind ride off of you with no no protection but my question or you guided going forward jacob taylor at five or order comeback win last year how do we how do we go or with our quarterback way given that take prompt really have if you any bill late in the game and then with only had their own go ahead twenty seven you games than well that's a good thing thank you that's a great day georgia's not having to throw much and that's why he hasn't had to do much layton games is playing incredibly well right now obviously you.