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"james davidson" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast
"That right. Now with the la lakers in the western conference. There's only a few teams can compete to the lakers. At their level. I think brooklyn out their best. Could compete with the lakers. In seven game series. I think miami at their best assuming bamut a bio and tyler hero. Take another leap. We saw them push them to six last year the obviously added avery bradley potentially adding victory all the depot still and who knows what the hardened thing is. Well i could see the heat. Maybe maybe the heat the only real team at their absolute best could keep up with the la lakers brooklyn. I don't have the faith in milwaukee can get to that level. They got knocked out in the second round each of the last three seasons. I think miami can get to that level but who knows. I need to see more from tyler herro and bam bio and potentially another move made for victor all depot. So if you're at the la lakers you. I believe if you're a laker fan or if you're like a player if you're laker exact you have to have this overwhelming. Feeling that you're on the brink of something special that this wasn't a one year fluke bubble championship. This can happen over and over and over again. And if you're michael jordan. Or if you're a michael jordan fan or if you're a michael jordan stan or defender whatever you wanna call it you gotta be nervous a little bit. Lebron james is at four championships. And i wanna make an interesting comparison that somebody said. I think it might have been. Maybe colin coward said this somebody on fox sports one. It said this and i agree with it. Actually i do not hungry with them a lot but what they did say was if you remember when joe montana was what what was he five for five or four four as a champion as soon as brady got one more ring. The montana it was it was undisputable. He was the greatest of all time. If lebron james gets to six championships which is very likely at this point that you don't think lebron ad who won last year with an improved roster going to repeat this year there overwhelming favorites to repeat this year and the only team in maybe two teams that i see could stand in their way brooklyn and maybe miami. I don't think the clippers are going to stand in their way. You have an interesting discussion on ken. Lebron james six championships. And if lebron james gets to six championships he has more scoring titles. He's got all of the other records that you want to see personal. He could end up being the greatest score of all time points. Wise could pass cream from that the end of his career. There is a very very clear path right now for the bron james to become the greatest basketball player of all time. And that's not something you could have said. His last year in cleveland or his first year in la or maybe even at the beginning of last year with how. Good the clippers looked. But right now you have to be looking at the path for the brawn. James davidson some tire. Los angeles lakers team and franchise an organization that they're going to become a dynasty and beat them lebron's james as a legitimate chance in a real good shot at getting the momentum rings as michael jordan if not more so the next five years it be extremely interesting to see how they play out for the lakers. I really do believe they're on the brink of something special and the potential dynasty. Now the flip side of the coin is the los angeles clippers. And while i just said. I don't trust the clippers right now again. Everything we were saying and had concerns about the lakers a year ago with their chemistry in their death. That's that's what the issues that the clippers have now. They've unproven head. coach entire. Why understand won a championship with lebron james. But i'm not convinced that he's a great overall coach. We saw what he did without. Lebron wasn't grading on fired from cleveland. Again they have no more death now. Lou williams has lost step a little bit. No more mantras hail serge. Ibaka is not coming off the bench in the starting role and again the chemistry now is an issue because paul george who's been having a lot of interesting quotes recently and again. The athletic came out and said that the team didn't practice that paul george and kawhi of too much power serena. The locker room does not look great for the clippers. And then paul. George does on the all the smoke all the smoke. Podcast is a great podcast. By the way with stephen jackson and matt barnes they bring a lot of former. Nba athletes on to tell stories. They bring or not former current and former nba athletes. It's a fantastic podcast. I recommend checking out. Paul george went on the all the smoke and said this doc was trying to play me. As a rayon or jj. Redick all pin downs. I can do it but that ain't my game. I need some flow. I need some mixes need some pick and rolls imposed ups. Last season was hard. So paul george goes on the all the smoke podcasts. And essentially throws doc rivers under the bus for the poor season that he had right. And here's why. Have an issue with it because paul george needs to have some accountability folks paul george in the playoffs this year in thirteen games averaged only twenty points a game and shot thirty percent from three. He was literally made a meam of multiple times for his poor shooting. Percentages in the place and a lot of people and a lot of clipper fans. Believe that he's the one that cost them from going forward in the play offs. Not to mention you blew a three point lead also on the podcasts rant. And rave the power. The team didn't make proper adjustments in didn't practice enough. paul george. You are the second best player on that team. And you are a co starred quite leonard. You are supposed to be a leader if you don't think the team is practising enough or working hard enough or making the proper adjustments speak up. Go to doc rivers. Have some accountability. Don't just sit back and watch and do whatever you need not to mention on top of all that. I hate to drag. Paul george through the mud but these comments really bothered me again. Doc rivers is a proven head coach. He's blown some three one leads before but he won a championship in two thousand eight. And before you and co. I got there paul george. He took the golden state warriors. To what seven games in that. First round series with just lou williams and mantras harrell. So i i don't i don't think paul george should be sort of you know overarching. In roasting doc rivers when his resume is far better than paul. George who couldn't win in indiana couldn't win oklahoma city and now somehow can't seem to win on a stack clippers roster last year but again paul. George said that he needed some more pick and rolls and some more post ups. So i did some research on twitter and saw on synergy s. t. which is a analytical site for basketball that. I love going to paul george. Thirty percent of his total plates were picking roles. Twenty-five percent of them were so in oklahoma city right twenty five percent of his place pick and rolls and in los angeles. They were thirty percent a career high. So actually actually doc rivers did exactly. What paul george which was more pick and rolls thirty three percent of the time it was pin for paul george a career high more than indiana and definitely more and oklahoma city. So i don't understand politics. Just sort of getting at that doc. Rivers and played them in a different type role. Here's what i think. Is the problem with paul. George paul george and terrible postseason and he's sick of being made me so when instead of having some accountability for himself and trying to sort of own up for the fact you know. Hey i shop poorly. Just once. I would have liked the year. Paul george podcast say yes well. Maybe i wasn't used in the proper role. I shop poorly if doc wants to play me in a ray allen j. Jj redick type role. It's my job to hit. Knocked down threes and not hit. The side of the backboard like he did against denver. That's the thing man. I i again. I was a fan of paul. George and i still am fan of paul georgia's game but paul george has been the same guy entire career. Six seven can be a three level. Score uber athletic. Everybody loves paul. George until it's playoff time and that's on you paul george. You need to shoot better in the playoffs. You need to be the one who's taking accountability. And say hey. We need to practice more. We need to make more judgments coach. Doc don't just go on the all the smoke podcast which is a great podcast by the way and just throw doc rivers under the bus. Have some accountability as some people. Speculate top ten player in the nba. Because i'm looking at that roster and everybody performed the playoffs besides you and lou williams paul george leonard was averaging what twenty-seven a game had multiple thirty point games. He's not the reason why they blew a three one. Lean doc rivers one a championship in two thousand and knows how to win playoff series. He might have been part of the reason..
A Brief History of Staphylococcus Aureus
"Years ago. I acquired an infection in my left eye socket caused by the bacteria. Staphylococcus Aureus my vision clouded and then. My eye socket swelled shut and I ended up hospitalized for over a week how I experienced the same infection anytime in history before nineteen forty. I would've likely lost. Not just my I but my life then again I wouldn't have ever lived to acquire orbital so you lights because I would have died of the staph infections I had in childhood. Stella Aureus is not a normal part of the human microbiome but many people perhaps around a third are like me. Nonetheless hosts two colonies of it on our skin or in our nasal passages or in our digestive systems. These colonies are usually harmless but while anyone can get sick with staff those of us who live omitted. Every day are more likely to suffer infections. When I was in the hospital the infectious disease. Doctors made me feel very special. One told me you are colonized by some fascinating Lee. Aggressive Staff He told me I wouldn't believe the petri dishes if I saw them and went on to call my continued existence. A real testament to modern medicine. Which I suppose it is for. People like myself colonized by fascinating. The aggressive bacteria there can be no harkening back wistfully to pass Golden Ages. Because in all those pasts I would be dead in. Nineteen forty one. Boston city hospital reported in eighty two percent fatality rate. For staph infections. I remember as a child hearing phrases like only the strong survive and survival of the fittest and feeling terrified by them. Because I knew I was not fit or strong. I didn't yet know that when humanity protects the frail among us and works to ensure their survival the human project as a whole get stronger failing to understand that has held our species back for Millennia and in fact still does because staff often infects open wounds. It has been especially deadly during war near the beginning of world. War One. The English poet Rupert Brooke Famously wrote if I should die. Think only this of me that there's some corner of a foreign field that is forever. England Brookwood indeed die in the war in the winter of nineteen fifteen but not in some corner of a foreign field but instead on a hospital ship of a bacterial infection by then there were of course. Thousands of doctors treating the war's wounded and ill among them was a seventy one year old. Scottish surgeon Alexander Ogden who decades earlier had discovered and named Staphylococcus Ogden who sported a magnificent moustache throughout his adult. Life was a huge fan of Joseph. Lister WHO's observations about post surgical infection led to the use of carbolic acid and other sterilization techniques these dramatically increased surgical survival rates. In fact after visiting lister and learning from Him Ogden returned to his hospital in Aberdeen and tore down the sign above the operating room that read prepare to meet the God. No would surgery. Be a desperate last ditch effort. It could be safe and clean and survivable. Ogden was so obsessed with listers carbolic acid spray that his students wrote a poem about it. The spray the spray the antiseptic spray. A would shower it morning night and day for every sort of scratch where others would attach a sticking plaster patch. He gave the spray. It's all right but it's no Rupert Brooke. At any rate Ogden had good reason to give the spray. His first wife Mary. Jane had died after childbirth a few years earlier at the age of twenty five. There's no record her cause death but most maternal deaths at the time were caused by postpartum infection often due to staphylococcus aureus and dogs had hundreds of his patients die of post surgical infection so no wonder he was obsessed with antiseptic protocols. Still he wanted to understand not just how to prevent infection but also what precisely was causing it by the late. Eighteen seventies many discoveries were being made by surgeons and researchers about various bacteria and their role in infection but staphylococcus was not identified until Austin lanced a pus filled abscessed leg wound belonging to one James Davidson. Under the microscope. Davidson's abscess was brimming with life. Ogden wrote my delight may be conceived when there were revealed to me beautiful tangles tufts and chains of round organisms in great numbers. Ogden named these tufts and chains staphylococcus from the Greek word for bunches of grapes and they do often look like grape bunches plump and just a little bit oblong and also quite yellowish green. A few years later a German scientist noted that there were in fact several species of staphylococcus and named the one Ogden had found Staphylococcus Aureus or the golden staff but Ogden wasn't content with just seeing the bacteria. Obviously he wrote the first step to be taken was to make sure the organisms found. In Mr Davidson's pus were not there by chance. So he set up a laboratory in the shed behind his house and began trying to grow colonies of staff eventually succeeding by growing them. In the medium of a chicken egg he then injected the bacteria into guinea pigs and wild mice which became violently ill. Ogden also noted that staphylococcus seemed to be quote harmless on the surface despite being quote so deleterious when injected I have also observed this in so far as I am not much bothered by having my skin colonized by Staphylococcus Aureus but find it. Dilatot serious indeed when it starts replicating inside my eye socket. James Davidson by the way went on to live another forty years after his staph infection. Thanks to a thorough deriding and Ogden's liberal use of the spray the spray the antiseptic spray but staphylococcus aureus remained an exceptionally dangerous infection until another Scottish scientist Alexander. Fleming discovered penicillin by accident. Actually one Monday morning in nineteen twenty eight Fleming notice that one of his cultures of Staphylococcus aureus had been contaminated by a fungus penicillin them which seemed to have killed all the STAPH BACTERIA. He remarked allowed. That's funny Fleming. Then used what? He called his mould juice. I wish I were making that up to treat. Couple patients including during his assistance. Sinus infection but mass production of the antibiotic substance secreted by. Penicillin proved very challenging. It wasn't until the late nineteen thirties. That a group of scientists at Oxford began testing their penicillin stocks. I on mice and then in nineteen forty one on a human subject. A policeman named Albert Alexander who'd been cut by shrapnel during a German bombing raid and who was dying of bacterial infections in his case both staphylococcus aureus and streptococcus. The penicillin caused a dramatic improvement in Alexander's condition but the researchers didn't have enough of the drug to save him. The infections returned and Alexander died in April of nineteen forty one. His seven-year-old daughter Sheila ended up in a local orphanage. Scientists began to seek out more productive strains of the mold and eventually found one on a cantaloupe in a Peoria Illinois grocery store that strain eventually became even more productive after being exposed to x rays and ultraviolet radiation. But essentially all penicillin. In the world descends from that mold on that one cantaloupe in Peoria. That's not the astounding thing about the story though the astounding thing is that after scraping off the mold that became the world's supply of penicillin the scientists in question eight the rest of the cantaloupe
"james davidson" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"In America every citizen from sea to shining sea walking across a freedom on colonel Denny Gillam who are thanks for joining us today joining me is a fifty caliber microphone today as co host Air Force vet Josh Lang was going on Josh colonel it's a beautiful day for flying so hats off to our co host Roland Ashby per flying himself over the pond A. K. A. Lake Michigan to file his work wisdom report this week from E. A. A.'s airventure in Oshkosh Wisconsin event to those of you listening on news talk fourteen ninety W. O. S. H. know all too well because your airport becomes the busiest airport in the world every year for this event you really know how to put on a great show something we also know a thing or two about here on front lines of freedom it's time to lock in low dear Josh army vet Matt Hayes is here standing tall marine vessel Corey else seems to be a happy guy you settle back after your vacation I you settled in yeah we're settled in and just busy a radic Kading rodents a rodent revolution all yes we're we've got so far the tally is three raccoons and one possible I think it's just a couple days ago the anniversary of the pied Piper of getting all the right you only he might be available that would be way too easy but I I but I would be willing to do it just remember to pay his fee okay what we have for you today on this account by the colonel I'm going to pick up on a topic that came up during an interview with the show last week which is what's the goal of our military in Afghanistan Iraq and the Middle East if we can't give an achievable goal why are we there okay James Davidson was an FBI special agent for twenty three years he investigated major crimes in Texas and California serving Ukraine Israel in Washington DC is now the president of protect the FBI a non partisan organization whose mission is to safeguard the FBI from partisan politics of both political parties he'll discuss the political abuse of the FBI then we're gonna be retired navy captain mark Lieberman a Vietnam and desert shield that an author his book is called Moscow airlift it's amazing and will review the movie the months with Diane raver Hey troops please invite.
"james davidson" Discussed on Reel Chat
"Penny. Welcome. Thank you very much. Have some insights into it. It's yeah. Definitely. Thank you for joining us as well. Special guest today, James Davidson, James welcome to real chat. Firstly good to be here at long last before we get into your backstory. Can you just give quickly your thoughts on the Star Wars franchise as stands right now? I was really excited until the loss jet. I so I was I was actually really on board force awakens had me back in one hundred percent wrote one when I saw it look I fell asleep during it the first time I watched it, but I was enjoying being back in the universe. And then it was the last year. That's really keep me in the gut with it and turn me off. And now the sky will is finishing this year. And I should be more excited than I am. I'm not as much anymore. I think there's a number of reasons for that in the last couple of movies that Disney released a big part of that. I think is. Well, I mean, everything changed I think the. Dull assign? Hey came in played a big part to it. But yeah, also, it's become a studio franchise. So it's being created by studios rather than directors or story writers, it seems like a boardroom is creating these moving. So now, we'll get into this just before we get into the film, James you, and I have actually known each other since Kate every primary school days of the late eighties and early nineties and the players actually have you on real a long long time ago. 'cause I know you've been listening since day one, essentially, it was you, and I were both fans way back, and yeah, Bain listening pretty much since the start particular franchise. It keeps my memory for now that brought us together. Grew up in the eighties. There was some sort of franchise back in there. And I know pretty much the reason why you've caught me on today is so you can mention back to the future. At least a couple more times kind of goes without saying, I mean, I mean, it's been mentioned that many times on real chat, hasn't it? And it has been it was the thing that brought us back together in primary school days and kept us soda cloistering. The thirty years since definitely and you're currently a digital content producer tourism northeast. That's fancy way of saying the social media guy. That's it. You describe yourself as as a big whiskey fan, caffeine addict, view hunter and music lover. But probably mostly beer is what state as well. It's Golic amongst us today. That's that's always a good thing. Right now. So. Thanks for the disclaimer. And you obviously be fan because you run your own podcast called not too bright. Currently at the moment. Can you tell us about that show? Well, it's about two guys who love beer, and they sat down and just started to record those conversations they have when they drink beer and all the places that those conversations go, so it's not for a lot of people who join James, there are a lot of fans across beer is a huge thing at the moment. And that's what we love. And we both have a passion for it. So that what we've been talking about. But I'm kind of in between podcasts at the moment. And looking from an ex project the moment during the watching this film. Fell asleep during the first watching in the cinema. Yeah. Right. A good thing. We have very nice in a mom from a small country town up north, Victoria, cook bride, and we have a little cinema there, which is just a one screen cinema, and it has its own bar, and it's pretty much like a go classic experience. So that's the only place we can go and see movies locally. So it's great. But it does mean that I generally had a few bees during the movie which can help immensely during the viewing of some films. That's right. So just before we get into rogue one guys. I tunes ratings and reviews thirty eight of them in a stray guys thirteen in the US and two in the K patriot as well guys. We've got Glen Ben Evelyn, Joanna charge always fantastic job from those guys. Thank you so much. So this episode is the first episode of lost film spinoff series..
"james davidson" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"If it's got a carburetor or fuel injection STAN is the man you need to take a run over there you can get your fuel mileage back he's got enough parts and pieces that? He should have no issues in your vehicle back up and running if that's necessary or. If you need to pass. Smog can you can't smog it but he could definitely. Fix all the parts and pieces necessary to get. You smog legal so. Check, these guys out Righty now we've got A little bit. Of motor sport news I guess the most important thing we should talk about going right out of the, box is? Robert, Wickens Robert Wickens yeah IndyCar driver. Huge spin out kit the catch fence. Hit. The safer barrier Rolled right up over the I mean it was just one of those wrong place wrong time yeah nothing, he could? Do, to get out of the situation. That he found himself in and it You know it's one of those also. Nobody nobody's fault no no no no it. Wasn't it wasn't that thing? But he knows, reysen deal got. Taken away to hospital, we didn't know if, he was going to. Be okay, or not and you. Know the. Miracle is he's alive how. Old is he twenties so he'll he's he's a rookie. He's gonna bounce back, but he took a he, took a heck, I mean he's got, back issues he had he. Was on a, ventilator, they're broken legs from what I heard a broken arm and so you know his whole body was involved but he's off he's off the ventilator he's talking. To his, family so you know he's he's my only concern is. They're, not saying a lot about his spinal cord injury that it looks like he may have suffered What did you have to wait and see yeah Did you? Know you watch it on TV who was it it was Amrullah now he just got his NASCAR up in the air and came back. Down again and hit the ground and fractured? Vertebrae And you still think about that I mean because when you look at the accident it was like No big, deal vertebra compress Did you ever see? The accident with. Michael Waltrip now it. Was I think it was I'm going to guess all you people, don't be ragging on me but I. Think it was Kentucky speedway were there was a like an entrance gate in the, middle of the back stretch And he hit that and it was it was either partially, open and he was doing had to. Be doing eighty nine miles an hour and a car came to a complete stop Walked away and Waltrip six foot I mean he's no little guy in fact that's where they came up with the idea put Iraq Put a hatch. On the, roof of the car to get people out, of yeah Well the, best. News is that even though the car was pulverized literally pulverized wiccans. You know survived and it. Says a lot about safety technology in the racing industry so that's. The good news so we'll just have, to stay tuned. And see how he's doing but. The IndyCar community's really behind him obviously has hats I tried to find. A hat I, wanna to get one figured the money's going towards his towards. Him one other thing the extent of the spinal cord injury he suffered remains indeterminate whenever. That means means they probably haven't been able to figure out exactly what. It is they did stick titanium rods and screws were successfully put in his spine so that's probably to keep. It For moving Future treatment for wiccans includes more corrective surgery rehabilitation So that's pretty much where they're at on that and that was It's a horrific accident is part of racing yeah I don't know what they. Could, do any different that. Would. Have eliminated that problem his feet oh feet always. Get it yeah Know they try. To, keep that foot box. Intact Particular situation, you know it just didn't it didn't work out so. We'll have. To just wait and see on that so yeah and and then speaking of a little more crazy, news feed, anybody watching extended race at road America Bill Elliott at the tender age of sixty two decides he's going to go. Out there and shake it up with the boys Well, it didn't turn out as nice as he was hoping is basic comments were that he hit everything but the lottery He ended, people expiring out I, gotta tell you. You know I like it it just, is, he gonna. Get told no thanks back pretty. Much, banged up the, car yeah but you know Bill Eliot had an, eventful day at road America but it was still mission accomplished for what he wanted to do in climbing back behind. The wheel at sixty two Just to, see, how a. Race car has changed over the. Years, because he that, would be awesome interview to see what he thought, Elliott finished twentieth which isn't bad I mean you know he could've finished last he did spin out a few times He did smash the, nose in our earlier incident, and then, he ran into the back, of somebody then, with, seven laps to go Elliot spun, and ended up in, the. Bushes he started the day. Twenty-third and through pitstop cycles different strategies he got his highest seventh well which is, not, a bad you know I don't think he says and he says well I feel, like I hit everything but the lottery coordinator Elliott it was a great day I'd like to thank expanded and all the guys that I am connect and Maui Gallagher GSM racing team owner. For everything they've did. For me, today because, here's the deal his. Son was supposed to drive the car Oh and his son said hey My, dad. Drive it they said oh okay so and he felt like that he needed more through turn nine and ten and the carousel. To carry any speed through there I just felt like, I, gave, up too much well bad. Five six or seven and eight he. Got a little bit free down elaborate all. In all is a good day enjoyed it wrote America was Elliott's first race in twenty, twelve in his. First series races two thousand seven, ask if you'd. Be, back again Elliott said, doubtful This was. A lot of fun good time, had by all Yeah and he said these, guys are. Serious racers I mean all these kids are really really good I felt like I held my own pretty good for when I'm. At in my career and what I was. Trying to do it's just hard. To put it all together Dude it's. Impossible? Well, plus, it sounds, like he didn't have. Any track time practice up or anything I think it rains, so, no. Wonder yeah and, so and so the winner. Of that, race was Justin algal Geyer, and he. Cheers kick butt and take names used the chrome horn he yeah he I mean he won by Jesus it was a summary. Dickey's like four seconds or it says yes He. Has second victory in three weeks to well you know right car right team yeah right he's racing for JR motor sports he was five. Point? Four, seconds, margin of, victory kit for him. And Justin marks and James Davidson James Davidson rookie would've won, that Algarve got up got up to him start. Sniffing on his. Tail Annan I'll Davidson? Just. Freaked out when into? That, so hot and you? Could, just tell this. Was this was not gonna work at all. But, hats off to Bill Elliott I get. It somebody handed me the steering wheel to, experience car I'd go to would I. Be competitive, no would I be good no would I. Love it yes, except, no regrets I have a real problem finishing, twenty, third oh, that would that's just. A, real. Problem but I guess I could. Outlive it well dirt, dude is supposed to call in he says. He's burning through his paperwork as. He speaks I was like Michelle Yeah yeah smoke in the mid night on l. work. Is, my life and he's. Out there trying. To knock it all. Out get all line of if. Not Britney her last day of summer yeah so everybody silent moment for Britain because she race last night and that's it for now, it's going to have to be. Under pressure because. Schools start giving you harder to get the car. Ready and everything. Those kids racing comes? First. Yep so she'll be? Burning, the midnight oil like? The, rest of us. Getting her she'll be grumpy all those kids. I, hate to be her kids tomorrow but. Then again she might be all bright eyed, bushy tailed yeah I hope she does. Like I, told her where her helmet to work yeah. That would be, awesome Well that'll set, the stage. Right, let's take a quick break hopefully dirt dude we'll call in right here. On, AM eleven seventy answer.
"james davidson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The celtics and cavaliers square off with a spot in the nba finals on line the cavaliers looking to become the first visit team this postseason to beat the celtics at home cavs coach lou says the key for his guys will be on the defensive end i think the biggest thing we come into a game seven the most important thing just having a effort physical do anything hard taking charge stabbing loose balls that right there open a very painful y'all split no kevin love tonight for cleveland he's out with a concussion after colliding with jason tatum on friday although we continue to play in game six brad stevens says they are still keeping an eye on their prized rookie in there as far as be concerned about what we will continue to check in you know especially over the next probably day and then we wakes up tomorrow morning meanwhile the one hundred second running of the indianapolis five hundred i caution just moments ago on lap forty seven after a crash by james davidson ed carpenter has the lead this also marking the final race of danika patrick's career meanwhile a full slate of games this holiday weekend on the baseball schedule with six games getting underway shortly including a battle of first place clubs as the indians trying to salvage a splitter their four game set with the astros at progressive field trevor bauer takes the mound for the tribe it's the first time he'll square off against houston after his comments on twitter in which he questioned the astros pitchers and their improved movement on their pitches houston countering with garrett cole coming up later the mariners trying to finish off a three game sweep of the twins at safeco seattle's one nine of twelve and we'll have alex column available out.
"james davidson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"To take that spot there but exactly like we talked about in the pre ratio it's all about making those aggressive moves and you really have to so what do you have a run on someone you need to take advantage of it because you don't know when that opportunity is gonna come again that we see alexander rossi and seitz care of jake they're the latest work their way around james davidson deterrent three and in doing that they've got to go side by side rossi is able to make that clearance just behind them oriol servia had to go to the berry inside as well they started to go three wide and turnover bor serbia was able to close that off had to accident turnover as we had about four cars right along the white lie jari krista the three cars go at three wide that's not a good idea but anders calling they're going to do all but that going into turn wide it was j howard up inside so now things are really starting to heat up the tires starting to fall off there at the end of the fuel run here so they might just turn these cars up a little bit to allow them to run the tanks completely empty before they but that was an aggressive stuff and we have danika patrick entering pit lane yeah we could see data patrick being among the first takers she was under attack from matteis laced and lace that was not able to complete that so danika patrick cubs to pit road to the attention of her crew when she is the first take of this pit window that we think will last the next two or three laps bit wrote michael young janika patrick her first stop since her return they beginning of the end of her car series career one small change and half a turn out of that broadway this is unbelievable racing what we're seeing right now ed ed carpenter has just been completely held up by the cars ahead in conor daly and the rest of the of the drivers about to get lack here and in doing so new gardeners picked up some spots and simon passionate was falling back tony cannot is on pit road michael young kid for his very first had not complained about the car sports.
"james davidson" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"The wgm jane mobile app breaking news center i'm berry nelson an inmate who walked away from a work release site in kenosha back in april has been apprehended according to the department of corrections jennifer droz was captured in richland wisconsin she has been returned the robert ellsworth correction center in racine county hormel foods is recalling nearly two hundred and thirty thousand pounds of canned pork and chicken products after metal objects were found in the meet the products were produced between february eighth and february tenth of this year they were packaged in twelve ounce metal cans labeled spam classic or black label luncheon loaf this year's any five hundred we'll have a bit of a local feel and taste milwaukeebased central standard distillery will be prominently featured in tomorrow's race with their logo planted right on the hood of james davidson's number thirty three just to the rico founder evan hughes we think it's a great opportunity and you know branding for us is great use says they'll be keeping a close eye on the results from their walkers point home before i would casually pay attention to it but we've learned a lot then thanking the deal here about a month ago the checkered flag drops tomorrow at eleven mike spaulding wtmj news assembly of the new milwaukee bucks court is nearing completion a brand new arena means a brand new courts or in the box case to courts next season the team's alternate court will have a familiar field the one court that is going to match exactly to a t the one that was in the bradley center although it's new and hasn't he technology behind collar is the president of pro star services as for the team's primary court you can expect a new look next season we can't tell you the graphics i don't even think i haven't seen tony back wtmj news the usda reminding those that will be grilling this weekend to keep a few things in mind to prevent foodborne illness always keep perishable foods at forty degrees or below to reduce bacterial growth and also be sure to use two sets of cooking utensils one for raw food and the other for cooked the agency says nearly one hundred thousand americans are hospitalized each year with food poisoning and if you don't feel like grilling you can head to madison for the thirty fifth annual brought fest happening this weekend the festival which runs through monday futures fun for the whole.
"james davidson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Going to be booze there's going to be food that i mentioned there's going to be booze and i'm sure the stories that connor can tell you folks from just what he went through this past saturday during that crazy final hour of qualifying and bumping and getting bumped out having to come back in that's going to be worth the price of emission alone some somebody tweeted at us mike tweets at hat and nigel open bar you could probably get john daly come in and tell some stories of derek daily and john daly earlier today during practice out at the indianapolis motor speedway robert wiccans the rookie james hinchcliffe teammate crashed his primary car pretty good damage to this car they're going to have to get this thing fixed up and hopefully they can get it back out this week carb day of course is the final day of practice coming up this friday but hasn't been a real solid forty eight hours for that team from schmidt peterson motorsports hinchcliffe doesn't make the race and then wiccans crashes up and beats up his primary car now let's talk about james davison james davidson is an australian racecar driver qualified for the race he's been here before after the final gun went off on saturday and we found out that hinch was not going to make the race james davison was asked by jason spells of kennel thirteen buddy of ours if he liked what was going.
"james davidson" Discussed on 1070 The Fan
"With a us air force team tom burns racing with dale coyne racing this is a honda and connor has been one of those concerned about his outright speed so far well we watch connor daily warm up to take the green flag let's hear from kyle kaiser tony kyle kaiser so far on the speech arts middle of row number four his first full of occasion attempt here's the annapolis motor speedway for labs solid yeah i'm really happy with that it was definitely tricky with the rain coming in guys struggled because the track conditions changed a lot then the sun came out so it's really hot over the course of those four runs that's probably the most challenging qualifying run that we did because attract changed so much throughout the run but i'm super happy with the team that was our best average run even with those track conditions so they didn't amazing job give me a really good race car and aesthetic alcazar is in the show so far kevin back up to you i think that's one of the more impressive stories along with matteis laced as well but especially for kaiser because this is a young team still not totally fulltime last year was their first indianapolis five hundred and look at that guys like kaiser and goes and lays out qualifying graham ray hall oh that venerable team continues to struggle to find speed i lap in the books for conor daly to twenty four eight six three and this is going to be one that's going to be in jeopardy if the trend continues in it slips it's just barely faster than james davidson and james cliff davidson's four lap average to twenty four seven nine eight hinchcliffe to twenty four seven eight four a little more than half the field has already qualified thirty five entries for thirty three spots twentieth tried oriol servia waved off with a mechanical he will buy rule get another attempt because he didn't take to completion second lab way down for conor daly put him at the bottom to twenty two point zero two six two lap average to twenty three four three six so now put conor daily along with james hinchcliffe and james davison in that camp of hoping that it doesn't rain and you can try again we're not we're not happy with this well it's a struggle all week.
"james davidson" Discussed on 1070 The Fan
"Ones that no at least at worst hey we have turned in our four lap average it is the other twentyfive including syria that are simply playing the waiting game and for those like hinchcliffe that we mentioned those first five out they feel pretty confident i wanna make sure i get my four laps in it's the guys on the back end and ed talk to one of the last guy as of now that is scheduled to go is ed carpenter and he's a veteran around these parts he's been here for more than decade but he's gonna be wondering am i getting my opportunity today and what the people that are going out here in a little bit like james hinchcliffe and james davidson and sebastian board danika patrick are looking at is a much different track not only is it green how does that impact things but there sunshine and generally speaking when the track heats up it slows down a little bit so those that have already gone like graham ray hall and like jack harvey who are the two if you want to say to on the bubble since two will not make it they might have a little better chance it might be a half a mile an hour faster in the morning than it is right now i would think that zachary claiming with a two twenty five seven especially if it stays sunny for awhile i'm sure he doesn't feel comfortable but i think there's a pretty good chance that that he's going to be safe and somebody else is going to go slower than him and plus he's already got a little cushion anyway every driver has a wonderful story to tell it's part of the the joy of being here during this time of year at the indianapolis motor speedway but i think especially the first four drivers out james hinchliffe already talked about him let's go to the next one because in four days worth of practice we'd thankfully didn't see that much in the way of incidents we had one yesterday with james davidson yet his team which is a combination of three or four different efforts to get him in a car here for the indianapolis five hundred they went to work overnight had the car back on the track this morning.
"james davidson" Discussed on 1070 The Fan
"That doesn't mean that a honda won't win the race and it doesn't mean that we won't have several honda's in the fast nine but so far looking at the noto speeds more from yesterday not everybody ran this morning and ed explained why but you go back to yesterday and penske's the top three carpenter was fourth pick it with six danika patrick another ed carpenter racing driver was seventh cannon was night so all of those in the chevy camp the fastest honda's board day was fifth alexander rossi was eight and robert wickens was ten that was in the noto report meeting there wasn't a car seven seconds or closer in front of them that were helping pull them along and ate their speed and to give you an idea of the drastic difference of to or no tub on the on the just simple raw speed number oriol servia is fourth on the non to list he's twentieth and he's also the guy that feels that i'm going to have to simply he knows he's up tried to requalify again to make the race and given who he is running for there's been a struggle for that group all week long and trying to find speed while we were talking coming into the month you know trying to speculate who's going to be in most jeopardy and we essentially landed on start with the one off programmes the drivers that have been added to an established program so the james davidson's added to the foyt program and others in that camp and there's whatever eight or nine of them in that category but i did say there's going to be one that surprises since there's going to be a fulltime strong team that not saying he's going to get bombed but that is going to be in peril and that is clearly the ray hall letterman lanigan camp survey has actually had enough speed ray hall has been the one that's been slow so far he's worried ray hauls four lap average to twenty five point four zero seven and he got the absolute maximum feels like you could out of that car most drivers we've seen their laps kind of slowly start to tick down from time and speed standpoint he found a little bit more during his run but three it has been a constant struggle for him and.
"james davidson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"To give a shout out to roku streaming company row curl are okay you many every use them issued a statement they will not be dropping in our a tv from their lineup wait ago roku apple tv also under pressure for this a a story here that i i'm going to have to postpone of our women report more rudeness it work from other women other women are rude much more than men are that doesn't surprise me fact i've known that since i was sixteen and that hasn't changed okay james davidson is a was an fbi special agent for twenty three years he investigated major crimes in texas and california he served in ukraine israel amdro washington these now the ceo of vendee v e m d why silicon beach technology start his piece is how robert mahler pursuant is why egg under oath and it is a story based on the flynn eggs out without michael flynn was interviewed by peter stroke and peter struck said the in why james comey rebel drag flint in life washington post read the transcript of the interview with flynn there's no hidden lie here and yet muller charged him with line so this agent former agent attempts to explain how this happens with muller to better understand the muller tactics let's look at a typical scenario in a muller system to see how accusations of lying reused here's a hypothetical when an agent mehta headline grabbing appearance at a dinner party with a guest list that included some one connected to the defendant in a case that the agent was supervising a conflict of interest with suggested so the fbi began a disciplinary case to find out of this agent needs to be reprimanded oh let's say that muller wanted the option to fire of this agent even if the facts didn't support the agent being fired to make this possible after investigation the centerpiece of which would be the ages testimony a proposal would be made by moller charging smith with wiring.
"james davidson" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Parks and i want to give a shout out their roku streaming company world curl rok you ever use them issued a statement they will not be dropping in our a tv from their lineup wait ago roku apple tv also under pressure for this a a story here that i am going to have to postpone all of our women report more rudeness it work from other women other women are rude much more than men are that doesn't surprise me fact i've known that since i was sixteen and that hasn't changed okay james davidson is a was an fbi special agent for twenty three years he investigated major crimes in texas and california he served in ukraine israel and washington these now the ceo of vendee v e m d why silicon beach technology starter his piece is how robert mahler pursuant is wayang under oath and it is the story based on the flynn is out without michael flynn was interviewed by peter stroke and peter struck said the in line james call me read the dragged flynn didn't live washington post read the transcript of the interview with flynn yeah there's no hidden lie here and yet muller charged him with line so this agent former agent attempts to explain how this happens with muller to better understand the muller tactics let's look at a typical scenario in a muller system to see how accusations of lying were used here's a hypothetical when an agent made a headlinegrabbing appearance at a dinner party with a guest list that included some one connected to the defendant in a case that the agent was supervising a conflict of interest was suggested so the fbi began a disciplinary case to find out if this agent needs to be reprimanded oh let's say that muller wanted the option to fire this agent even if the facts didn't support the agent being fired to make this possible after an investigation the centerpiece of which would be the ages testimony a proposal would be made by muller charging smith with.
"james davidson" Discussed on WCHS
"I want to give a shout out their roku streaming company roku are okay you many of you use them issued a statement they will not be dropping in our atv from their lineup waited go roku apple tv also under pressure for this a a story here that i i'm going to have to postpone all of our women report more rudeness at work from other women other women are ruined much more than men are that doesn't surprise me fact i've known that since i was sixteen and that hasn't changed okay james davidson is a was an fbi special agent for twenty three years he investigated major crimes in texas and california he served in ukraine israel and washington these now the ceo of them div v e m d why silicon beach technology start his piece is how robert muller pursuant is lying under oath and it is the story based on the flynn eggs out without michael flynn was interviewed by peter stroke and peter struck said the in lie james call me rather drag flint in life washington post read the transcript of the interview with flynn yeah there's no hidden lie here and yet muller charge they would line so this agent former agent attempts to explain how this happens with muller to better understand the muller tactics let's look at a typical scenario in a muller system to see how accusations of lying were used here's a hypothetical when an agent made a headline grabbing appearance at a dinner party with a guest list that included some one connected to the defendant in a case that the agent was supervising a conflict of interest but suggested so the fbi began a disciplinary case to find out up this agent needs to be reprimanded oh let's say that muller wanted the option to fire of this agent even if the facts didn't support the agent being fired to make this possible after investigation the centerpiece of which would be the ages testimony a proposal would be made by muller charging smith with wiring.
"james davidson" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"W g o w am i want to give a shout out there roku streaming company girl are okay you any ever use them issued a statement they will not be dropping in our tv from their lineup wait ago roku apple tv also under pressure for this a a story here that i am going to the whole formative are women report more rudeness it work from other women other women are rude much more than men are that doesn't surprise me fact i've known that since i was sixteen and that hasn't changed okay james davidson is eighth was an fbi special agent for twenty three years he investigated major crimes in texas and california he served in ukraine israel and washington these now the ceo of vendee v e md why silicon beach technology startup his piece is how robert mahler pursuant is why and under oath and it is a story based on the flynn is out without michael flynn was interviewed by peter stroke and peter struck said the in lie james comey rather have gap flint in life washington post read the transcript of the interview with flynn area isn't that he'd lie here and yet muller charged him with line so this agent former agent attempts to explain how this happens with muller to better understand the muller tactics let's look at a typical scenario in a muller system to see how accusations of lying reused here's a hypothetical when an.
"james davidson" Discussed on WJR 760
"The wjr a am skill from then on any time you want to listen to wjr just say alexa play wjr am to another easy way to listen to news talk seven sixty wjr i want to give a shout out there roku streaming company roku are okay you ever use them issued a statement they will not be dropping in our a tv from their lineup way ago roku apple tv also under pressure for this a a story here that i am going to the postponement of our women report more rudeness it work from other women other women are rude much more than men are that doesn't surprise me fact i've known that since i was sixteen and that hasn't changed okay james davidson is a was an fbi special agent for twenty three years he investigated major crimes in texas and california he served in ukraine israel and washington these now the ceo of vendee v e m d why silicon beach technology starter his piece is how robert mahler pursuant is why egg number oth and it is a story based on the flynn is out without michael flynn was interviewed by peter stroke and peter strokes and the in lie james comey read the dragged flynn didn't life washington post read the transcript of the interview with flynn yeah there's no hidden lie here and yet muller charged they would line so this agent former agent attempts to explain how this happens with muller to better understand the mollard tactics let's look at a typical scenario in a muller system to see how accusations of lying were used here's a hypothetical when an agent made a headline grabbing appearance at a dinner party with a guest list that included some one connected to the defendant in a case that the agent was supervising conflict of interest but suggested so the fbi began a disciplinary case to find out if this agent needs to be reprimanded oh let's say that muller wanted the option to fire of this agent even if the facts didn't support the agent being fired to make this possible after an investigation the centerpiece of which would be the ages testimony a proposal would be made by muller charging smith with wiring the charge would hinge on.
"james davidson" Discussed on KTRH
"Hey guys will come back to texas business radio work going to continue to talk about agriculture today agriculture is a big part of the economy and it's some i love how there are millions of ways to make money here in the united states especially here in texas and agricultural certain certainly a big part of that in any time you have a business that says tight margins anything you can do to improve your performance and anything you can do to improve the outcome is is going to one in i'm sure that those tight margins hold in to improve them a little bit right and that's what we're talking about on this segment me host matt register here's always with jake kerr a talked him done tell you met the grew up in the small town 68 my graduating class we had horses all around weird had cattle all around we had a rodeo on the way weekends i had no idea how close you have to manage this business and uh we're to hear from james very interesting stories about how you can improve your whole and a mole the life on them your business and the cattle and horses also he's going to be in that but at the group about cattle most will tell you what pro earth animal hills is a company here out of texas that as a couple of products are one for cal one for horses james davidson as here james welcomed the show psyche nike glad to be here so tell us a little bit you got a couple of products cadillac davinic wisher that is once for cal ones for horses but you're able to help these ranchers improve some of their margin that is otherwise pretty pretty snug ranked sure sure our cadillac to product is it's an all natural drainage ditch sir used orally and we like to use it to kevin okay also at branding and at waning and it what it does is it counteracts the effects of acid doses that are caused bar management tools which is uh we won we tag a gift if we catching with alert rope we've caused assadollah cicip if jails head problems deliver any that care fares s doses so here's production from day one is going to be lower due to that assad's we'll tell you what we were talking during a brick.