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"jamie hampton" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:57 min | 11 hrs ago

"jamie hampton" Discussed on KNSS

"Be? Or how many women voters there are or what issues appeal to women? Well, that's all because of the 19th Amendment giving women's right to vote, and that is the focus of the second episode in the new season of what made America great Embarrassing. It took hundreds of over 100 years for women have the right to vote, how hard they worked, how they went to prison, how they were relentless, and when they got it, how it changed everything, and I just think Jamie Hampton Uh, Coke was able to bring us through and she wrote a great book on this as she did of burning of the White House. But you really get a perspective on how hard women had to work just for basic rights, and I think people would be pretty intrigued to go inside a prison in which they were held. And I know you and I have already talked about your Sam Houston, The Alamo Avengers book. So you have a lot of research on that. You have two episodes in the season five dealing with Sam Houston because you went down to Texas. We go down there to his house. We went down to the bed. We saw the bed that he died in. We also want with Rick Perry, the longtime governor of Texas, who looked up to Sam used his entire life and he was the first governor. He's the first president Texas in the first governor of Texas. And was governor before right before he died right before the civil war started and how he could have really been president. And how is the main goal would have been to keep the South and North together. And as a Southerner, he would have had the respect. Perhaps he's never liked Jefferson Davis. But perhaps what had the respect to keep the states in to negotiate rather than fight and lose 600,000 plus people? Is there. A statue of Sam Houston is in danger anywhere, not in danger, but they're trying to do out there is trying to mess with Stephen have Austin and which he's blows me away. But he had slaves for a short period of time as it's Sam Houston, never big part of his life. But there would be no Texas without the Austin family, and we wouldn't have won the battle of the fight for freedom without Sam Houston, and he has a statue on the side of a road that's almost as big a Statue of Liberty. I can't see anyone touching it. They seem to really love Sam Houston, especially where I went. Sam Houston University. Brian Kilmeade. We can see you on TV. We can hear you on the radio and see you on Fox Nation with your new Special series five season five other What made America Great, Brian. Thanks very much for joining us. Thanks so much for having me. I appreciate it. Wichita is number one Talk 98 7 and 13. 30. For 95 years. SIA lt ll afraid has hit the road to deliver the goods. They keep businesses and communities moving Now in this uncertain time, way won't stop going that extra mile Because at the end of the day way, we're all in this together For the long haul. SIA lt afraid Driving, stability, safety support and strength. Visit SIA dot com. Es es es.

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"jamie hampton" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:08 min | 11 hrs ago

"jamie hampton" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Is going to be? Or how many women voters there are or what issues appeal to women? Well, that's all because of the 19th Amendment giving women's right to vote, and that is the focus of the second episode in the new season of what made America Great. It's embarrassing. It took hundreds of over 100 years for women have the right to vote, how hard they worked, how they went to prison, how they were relentless, and when they got it, how it changed everything, and I just think Jamie Hampton Uh, Coke was able to bring us through and she wrote a great book on this as she did of burning of the White House. But you really get a perspective on how hard women had to work just for basic rights, and I think people would be pretty intrigued to go inside a prison in which they were held. And I know you and I have already talked about your Sam Houston, The Alamo Avengers book. So you have a lot of research down that you have two episodes in the season five dealing with Sam Houston because you went down to Texas. We go down there to his house. We went down to the bed. We saw the bed that he died in. We also want with Rick Perry, the longtime governor of Texas, who looked up to Sam used his entire life and he was the first governor. He's the first president Texas in the first governor of Texas. And was governor before right before he died right before the civil war started and how he could have really been president. And how is the main goal would have been to keep the South and North together. And as a Southerner, he would have had the respect. Perhaps he's never liked Jefferson Davis. But perhaps what had the respect to keep the states in to negotiate rather than fight and lose 600,000 plus people? Is there. A statue of Sam Houston is in danger anywhere, not in danger, but they're trying to do. They're trying to mess with Stephen of Austin and which he's blows me away. But he had slaves for a short period of time as his Sam Houston never big part of his life. But there would be no Texas without the Austin family, and we wouldn't have won the battle of the fight for freedom without Sam Houston, and he has a statue on the side of a road that's almost as big a Statue of Liberty. I can't see anyone touching it. They seem to really love Sam Houston, especially where I went. Sam Houston University. Brian Kilmeade. We can see you on TV. We can hear you on the radio and see you on.

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"jamie hampton" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:32 min | 12 hrs ago

"jamie hampton" Discussed on KNSS

"The woman's vote is going to be? Or how many women voters there are or what issues appeal to women? Well, that's all because of the 19th Amendment giving women the right to vote, and that is the focus of the second episode in the new season of what made America Great. It's embarrassing. They took hundreds of over 100 years for women have the right to vote. How hard they worked, how they went to prison, how they were relentless, and when they got it, how it changed everything. And I just think Jamie Hampton, uh, Coke was able to bring us through and she wrote a great book on this as she did of burning of the White House. But you really get a perspective on how hard women had to work just for basic rights, and I think people would be pretty intrigued to go inside a prison in which they were held. And I know you and I have already talked about your Sam Houston, The Alamo Avengers books. So you have a lot of research on that. You have two episodes in the season five dealing with Sam Houston because you went down to Texas. We go down there to his house. We went down to the bed. We saw the bed that he died in. We also want with Rick Perry, the longtime governor of Texas, who looked up to Sam used his entire life and he was the first governor. He's the first president Texas in the first governor of Texas. And was governor before right before he died right before the civil war started and how he could have really been president. And how is remain gold would have been to keep the South and north together. And as a Southerner, he would have had the respect. Perhaps he's never liked Jefferson Davis. But perhaps what had the respect to keep the states in? To negotiate rather than fight and lose 600,000 plus people. Is there a statue of Sam Houston. This endanger anywhere, not in danger, but they're trying to do they're trying to mess with Stephen have Austin and which he's blows me away. But he had slaves for a short period of time as his Sam Houston never big part of his life. But there would be no Texas without the Austin family, and we wouldn't have won the battle of the fight for freedom without Sam Houston, and he has a statue on the side of a road. That's Abed, almost his biggest statue of Liberty. I can't see anyone touching it. They seem to really love Sam Houston, especially where I went. Sam Houston University. Brian Kilmeade. We can see you on TV. We can hear you on the radio and see you on Fox Nation with your new Special series five season five other What made America Great, Brian. Thanks very much for joining us. Thanks so much for having me. I appreciate it. Wichita is number one Talk 98 7 and 13. 30. K and S s For 95.

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"jamie hampton" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"jamie hampton" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"So black and white as that. Simply because in the process of trying to set the Senate. She tile factory out. I've learned so much about manufacturing sanitize, which I'm going to take food in my work. So no the outcome wasn't what I was looking for. But then that's life. Isn't it? Looking back. You did make a few mistakes. Do you think you are naive to try something like this? Oh, no iw. Not naive. I think I think you know, if you don't dream big never going to really create something incredibly if I didn't dream that this could happen. Nothing. Nothing would have happened in. I wouldn't be doing what I'm doing so naive to the extent that I had no idea what I was getting into. But you know, there's no rule book for me saying that you can't do anything you very boldly. But you also very brave admit your mistakes, not many people do that. Well, you know, I didn't think anything wrong with making mistakes. I think it's a really great thing. I mean, that's how we learn said a project that has ended what's happening next. Well through the learning curve of trying to setup Saturday. We have now found inside of material in Europe and Sheena in Europe. And from this hub, we are going to be able to supply Micra factories to different parts of the world was huge interesting. Kenya? One factories going to the slums in Kibera one of the things that's coming up from Mr. maracas work, original inventor is a lot of the people who for raw material from him have not run out need a supplier. And so I've said I will supply those people. So we're about supply a couple of factories in Uganda. So Amy's dream might yet become a reality only time will tell but we're going to leave her there because Amy's attempts to solve this problem had an unexpected consequence that headed in a completely different direction. You see before the factory even started. I'd written about Amy for the BBC and being with her on her research. Does that way that article was read by Jamie Hampton, an author and women's health activists? Hey, jenny. Can you hear me? Hello, I'm here. And that in turn has had consequences for hundreds of young girls across the world in Malawi, just perhaps not the consequences. You might expect. When I heard about Amy story, I majorly felt quite ashamed. The I've been working in women's health for thirty years mainly in Africa. I'm woman not daughters, and I'd never thought about periods. So Amy inspired me to go and look at what was happening in Africa. She couldn't touch with a meat and was put in touch with other people who wanted to start projects and Africa and set off an effect. Finding mission is Imbaba way Malawi and most of them were using rags when they had their period with a few using single use sanitary pads when they could afford them. And at that point seemed like the way forward was the machines from India the sanitary pad machines that Amy had tried to get working Saturday refugee camp, but important the machines and materials who's going to be too expensive. She looked alternates including using banana leaves and washable pads which could be reused. And then while I was in Malawi, I met the go God. And they said have you heard of menstrual cups? Now, if you don't know what they are. Let me explain invented in the US in.

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"jamie hampton" Discussed on Eating For Free

Eating For Free

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"jamie hampton" Discussed on Eating For Free

"So two things have come out of this celebrity wise one we've got a list of people who refuse to get on the documentary about R Kelly. Me Jay z lady Gaga Erica do. And Dave Chapelle all turned down slinging about this quest. Love also turned it down. But quest love responded and said, I always thought R Kelly was trash my reason for declining the arc Kelly docu that I support one million percent is that I didn't want to be in the good times portion of the dock like standing for his quote, unquote, genius. I was asked to talk about his musical genius. I do not nor have I ever stand for him. So the first hatha documentary is basically just a bunch of people saying what a musical genius. He is how amazing he is music. They got his music teacher on to talk about how talented he was which I think is context, but muscles, basically saying you invited me there to talk about what a musical genius. He was and I didn't want to talk about it. I'm not turning down documents resting amid then lady Gaga. Gotcha. Had a tweet resurface that law have given lady Gaga a platform on this podcast and stand for lady Gaga. So I don't wanna be fake and not include this so lady Gaga said are Kellyanne. I have sometimes very untrue things written about us. So in a way, this was a bond between us which she said of their work on their single. Do what you want from our pop business from like around twenty thirteen yet. So so I think that is a very Helling on yourself kind of moment if should compare allegations of pedophilia against our Kelly, not even just allegations Atla factual evidence that he is a pedophile. Look what has been accused of or like has been in suspicion of that's even remotely close to that type of life. So that alert that's what I don't understand. What was just a weird myopic narcissistic t from lady that I did not enjoy reading again. I didn't want to be faking non no. And she honestly. I do not think that there's like any way she could technically like reconcile which said that time, but she could one hundred percent do something right now. One hundred percent, no one is going to be shocked, and nobody is going to be unprepared for that type of statement of us. You can take one tweet, and it would do a lot more work than what you've got. And you know, why Jamie Hampton, who's the director again set in shadow and act, which is a blog or website that talks about film. She said that Dave Chapelle Mary J Blige and low Kim also declined working on the dock, but again, I want to know what questions they were asked to talk about interesting. I think that's important context. So anyways, also do want to ask you though. Yeah. If I may I haven't I have not seen it yet is planning on doing that by. No from what you're telling me about just before. I was kind of like I feel like I should see it just to understand, obviously, what is going on what we're talking about here. But aside from not having a crew. Eighteen or view or a type of like way to actually somewhat remedy a part of the situation or somewhat advocate aside of it that could reconcile some of the Torah events that we know as a fact for many years now been happening. Do you think at least showing how many celebrities and people that were with him knowingly aid his criminal behavior does at least prove something that we may have not seen a longtime which is that these people are doing that..

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"jamie hampton" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"jamie hampton" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Find out weekdays on KFI an iheartradio station. KFI AM six forty. It's Conway show Mark Thompson's here. And I think bender is one that is hooked us up with our next guests here, Jamie Hampton, and Bradley Hampton, they're a married couple, and they do jingles Jamie and Bradley welcomed the KFI. Thank you. So exciting. Guy. But how did you hook up with us originally was it through bender was in fact, I on a whim on a hunch. I said I have this idea. I wanted to do some jingles, and I want to send him to Tim Conway junior and send them over by Email and bender picked him up and said we like these and that was it that was that was a long time ago, though, I want to say maybe the first came three or four years ago longer five maybe view of them. Here we go. These are all done by by both Jamie and Bradley. This is an old one that we don't use anymore. But I still love. Yeah. Jay leno's calling. Just in case. Mark Thompson has his own. That's the clean one. Yeah. Thank you for that. The dirty ones. Several of those this is one that we just talked about last segment. That's so good. What pleased that was really really so clean. And that's just the two of you. It is. Yeah. Belly got around. Never heard that one before. That's great. Christmasy.

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"jamie hampton" Discussed on The Modern West

The Modern West

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"jamie hampton" Discussed on The Modern West

"All dependent on highways liken lincoln highway which was the first one to cross the country completely the whole thing about these i always was connecting people and places but starting in the nineteen fifties traffic move to the new faster interstate eighty and while it closely follows much of the original lincoln highway it bypasses many of the town's america's main street once passed through we just want get from pointed to point b we don't care about the stuff in between to photograph the stuff in between little towns like bose lear or table rock this shoots from a platform on top of his truck and mounts the camera even higher on a tripod so the view is from his highest twelve feet off the ground and for the viewer that means seeing things from slightly different perspectives and just straight i level new perspectives are recurring theme in this work he doesn't let documentary photography limit his ability to offer a fresh view of the familiar or or even the forgotten we're losing the connectedness of of the country we're losing the connection between people to people let's tell you point point to this whole thing is i'm trying to recapture the america that was loss and that's it for this edition of the modern west we'll be back with another episode on the third tuesday of the month in the meantime if you have a moment to leave a rating or review on itunes we'd really appreciate it because that helps other people discover the show jamie hampton produced this episode and raider is our web editor he music is by jeff trott soul and i'm mike schweitzer the modern west is a production of wyoming public media.

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"jamie hampton" Discussed on WHO Radio 1040 AM

WHO Radio 1040 AM

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"jamie hampton" Discussed on WHO Radio 1040 AM

"When somebody award okay if you make a stupid noise you can have a go to the him look i know is that a fortnight near you that was it new york we'll have to make do it always is forty three under into the frat boy and that's a slice of the new york the ran anointed show weekday bonding the game's your news presently exist region or traffic weather three of probably go the down a little game day live hardy three again y on the year social he can you informed with what matters to you you're hearing on the radio condition the writing was out news radio ten forty whl breaking van breaking news underway right now finally but a local high school breaking through it wasn't starts in the metro area for pursue breaking whether one watched the deputy breaking triumph three highlight in down into it when your news is breaking we games cody one and fan again on i'm thinking maybe you and i could partner news radio ten forty whl money on gannon bunny it's traffic and weather every ten minutes and will be getting ready for the big debate clint and trump will cover on the bases on newsradio ten forty whl news radio ten forty whl you won't hear me on monday morning but you will hear me on monday night as guests the providing some post debate analysis right here on whl radio to corps will continue that analysis on the tuesday edition of this fine radio program jamie hampton cook we had her on last friday i was chatting with her about her book that she's ready.

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"jamie hampton" Discussed on WHO Radio 1040 AM

WHO Radio 1040 AM

02:43 min | 4 years ago

"jamie hampton" Discussed on WHO Radio 1040 AM

"Part of your inspiration for this book was being at the white house when america was under attack what you come away with it after you'd finished up the book any were thinking about what you had written what's good what are some of the relevant takeaways to today's world that you can learn from the war of eighteen twelve i just think you know people that they went through great a lot but they would be a great fire that destroyed to of our much pressure of what building if capital uno by count and we're he relevant hq a few weeks ago we were talking about so great that was it people in a week and i were experience in because they are ready intense but rift billion if he went spirit you can aloft like that and rink it come back and i'm going to rebuild and now play again i think it they had to fight politics because there's a big political close to relocate the capitals philadelphia after the white have earned in a fit now we're going to rebuild american or be dealt here and they started in all and i think that personally human connection is in a different thing that we can relate keep today we all know people who the spirit of target locked in our lives we have periods did ourselves that's when you know get very personal take away and i eight coming from the pocket that's jamie hampton cook the book is called the burning of the white house james and ali madison in the war of eighteen twelve jayne great insight thanks very much for joining me today thank you so much for having appreciated coming up next donald trump is had his birth a news conference will chat about a briefly next jeff in for dan newsradio ten forty whl one everybody phantom bunny here for friends wider world you know whether the wider world show room today and check out the entire line of hot wilson's honest and so like max popped up models like remaining twenty fifteen habs super saving right now evenings are starting to cool down which makes is the perfect time of year to add a spot for me vs ana and if you already have much to replace covers are on sale to the end of september also playing great and this season savings on my super bowl and there are few despite models from the carrot extra special prices heating up me pick out my signed a high absolutely love that should take care of you and you can see more since are already largely and just kind of water ruled out td dot com thirty sixth in doubles about him i'm happy he's of maroney him twenty four seven atlanta tv john gant ninety feet now a year in rock spotlight nineteen sixty eight.

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"jamie hampton" Discussed on WDBO News 96.5.com

WDBO News 96.5.com

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"jamie hampton" Discussed on WDBO News 96.5.com

"About or email a serious object they threaten to derail or campaign cut four are concerned about that now i mean i would be terrified if my e mails four may jimmy tonight he e mails arsenal boring yeah i mean i don't know bears about that so when marty release them how thirty thousand plus a once a few more okay limited sims davis boring we're released what's a few more how about fifteen thousand more so that's when she does that's why robbie mu can brian found don't put a wrap they by the way do great jobs bryant found they're great at their job some spokespeople aren't the very good at strategy they do great jobs one eight six six four oh eight seven six six time and we have a lot to discuss he didn't get to the other two talking points but let's take a break because i want you to meet my next guest jamie hampton cook season a story and former webb wet master for george w bush she's author branded book called the burning of the white house james in dollar madison in the war of eighteen twelve holding our politicians being to the fire no matter who they are that kilmeade and friends he touched security triple team traffic ortiz bills slow for him until apart when of five thirty fine little thing about ten minutes on at towards news ninety six five wta beyond down three saying you need to know three more than three dozen people are dead in about a hundred fifty or missing after major earthquake in italy to do from says he consider changing parts of the stand on immigration one mind and they're taking the fight to isis syrian rivals turkish art would units of capture the village held by the militants less than two miles from turkey his news ninety six fine wta's b office furniture outlet the best products the best service and the very best pricing o fo orlando dot com.

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"jamie hampton" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

02:41 min | 4 years ago

"jamie hampton" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"It goes after a big awhile like axon in this massive probe she's doing she has also endorsed hillary clinton who is one of the biggest vessels bagel aisle gary cash so killer klein has accepted millions of dollars whether to her foundation which or campaign or two packs esteban lars from a big oil so i recall about this on the confided come boston holds website or go to a dramatic cohen sixteen on twitter it's up there my facebook page a drought of talent on you know the frustration i have is amo because people should act upon their valley if it's maura healey is against bigger oil then don't endorse someone who is they're cricket should have kept i mean if hillary clinton claims that she's against climate change rejects the millions of dollars some big while if you claim here against wall street don't except millions of dollars from wall street if you claim your champion have a win many wanna protect women and girls don't accept millions of dollars to middle eastern nations who force women it's a purpose stretch them of every human right indignity ok so i would love to see democrats walked the walk for change interesting stuff adriana cone again to be follow on twitter at age around a colin sixteen you can follow john sarnia's on twitter texans oaks jo we can follow me at john sap twenty five when we come back will be joined by authored jamie hampton cooked of or is the burning of the white house james and all in madison and the warrants eighteen twelve before all that let you know we go out here today my ride into our seventy fargo street studios today an everyday was firms by green and yellow cab companies of summerville a functional clean and say friday always provided the drivers are vetted by local police and you won't be hit with search pricing because of a holiday por because of inclement weather conditions find a mobile app by searching green and yellow cab companies call them at six one seven six two eight oh six hundred green and yellow cab of summerville six one seven six two eight oh six hundred you'll never be late this is boston herald drive on boston herald radio he's back this is boston herald radio the goal drive fast uses governor charlie baker the gala twelve everybody playing for so for sure you know the gentlemanly shotted him in traffic the bulls as has been really good which throws and if this time his shot turns you know first one please stop his demeanor starts for the mets it.

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"jamie hampton" Discussed on The Tennis.com Podcast

The Tennis.com Podcast

11:30 min | 8 years ago

"jamie hampton" Discussed on The Tennis.com Podcast

"The Yeah Ulis into the tennis dot Com podcast and here's your host Edward Grogan another edition of the Australian Open podcast here tennis dot COM ED mccracken talking with Steve down in Melbourne GonNa look at the women's final it's between the Tori House Aranka Alina just to kind of brief you on their record their head to head it's five to four in favour Aranka maybe more telling is that has also won the last four meetings between them all of which have been played in the last fourteen months couple WTI championship meetings there mm-hmm as well as one meeting on Blue Clay in the dread Steve these two played completely they play they both won in straight sets in the semis I think it was pretty much totally different otherwise I think you've clearly would give lead the agenda momentum department there but is that really something is gonNA carry over to this final things kind of reset at this point between these two we'll see this is sort of a special case for as a rank how does she come out after yesterday what is what's the crowd reaction to she she able to ignore what is probably going to be a pretty strong I fear against her like I said again the Aussie Pratt isn't like a New York crowd or it won't be the time the totally not that route uh I think it'll be a it'll be against her after her after the match yesterday can Sloan Stevens is she going to be able to relax forget all of that I think she will so like you said Yeah I think there's a sort of a reset I think lead Nah you almost have to look at her she's not favored because the number one but you do absolutely not a good shot after yesterday and just the way she seems to have have fixed the sum of problems and and with with her new coach Carlos Rodriguez you wonder whether if she if she can if yesterday's type of play is is the norm for her she could she could definitely be as a rank and so on so yeah I think it's I think it's after yesterday it's a more interesting and more fifty fifty type of proposition I WANNA get to Lee and and her performances in just a minute while we still have as a rank as semi-final fresher might you know what did you think think about all of the time out controversy and what ended up being the huge story of the match her taking This extended ten minute it a dual timeout it was revealed after she'd misfired matchpoints insulin Stevens was just out there kind of waiting for anything happen yeah it's hard to tell you have to you have to know what she was thinking she did when she went to the sideline on on one side it's it's suspicious timing because she's just blown five points on the other hand she did when she went to the sidelines he did point to her chest and her back and she had that stretched other and dot docx training to take her off the court so there there was something physical there wasn't just wasn't just I'm choking I need it's off but the same time that was part of it and that's part of why she why she went over and why she felt panicky I would say it's probably a combination of her anneke mentally and having this heaviness physical problem completely it's unfortunate that her first answer the first two answers didn't mention her back so that's also suspicious but in the end I don't think she made that up the back problem so you can't completely condemn her for but but let's hope she doesn't try to pull anything like that again she has had one she's had she's had suspicious withdrawals timeouts in the past as well but she's also somebody she passed out on the court the US Open so that that's GonNa make you maybe a little more panicky so so I don't know only she really knows she can learn from this yeah or at the very least this match could kind of race or Get US past that point in you know depending on the quality of that of course about Lee what did she in your mind do so well L. Against Sharipova who I mean who was so dominant for the first five matches tournament and then runs into a very clinical performance from Lee I know one thing you've mentioned often that Lee didn't really dip it all in her place she kind of always has these strong patches and she's just sustain that throughout the semi final she ended up winning it six two six two and it was over you know before you knew it yeah you know she came out Maria came out played poorly in uh-huh nervous at the beginning Li took advantage of that and even at the moments when you thought that Marie would get back into it lead just kept she didn't start missing now she there was never a point which even had to worry about usually she'll miss a few shots and then just look over a player box and then she'll get mad that will feed on itself but she didn't even start to miss the shots on to start to get edgy so there was no was no real issue she kept should that same levels she hit she out hit Maria the whole day she counterpunched while she she pushed her around to serve better than she has a forehand she's I know she's been working on four hundred with Rodriguez and that was a much cleaner shot serve as well she's been working on that looked better patchy Rodriguez she's also he's also counseled her sort of mentally had they call them stay in her own place on the court don't it call it up in in the bigger what's going on you know sort of to focus more nets to be working we'll see now they could all go away if she misses a few shots against as a rankled I know last year she was point I thought she was she was getting better mentally and then she she completely lost it in the next match so we'll see about that but it's but it's encouraging for sure to be where he was playing so well to to going now at this match between Rankin lead do you do you feel that either player certainly needs this title little more than the other thank you can make cases for both both ladies here for as Aranka I think it's a kind of a matter of reestablishing herself as for one for one thing if she loses I believe Serena will act sheep still become the world number one you know as rank of course came off the US Open final very impressive showing against Serena but you know obviously it has been a year since she won that first major that breakthrough in here in Melbourne and for Lee you know she's been to the stage before playing cloisters two years ago in three set final and is Ching you know thirty one years old to still looking great but obviously her window to win these alita vans obviously in a close a little sooner than Aranka it means a lot to both of them for different reasons because really proud of being number one cheat means she's not like maybe some other players who were been there Serena or Federer allowed to don't usually say that they're not bothered by not being number one she likes it she she wants to be that that that'll be a big deal to try to keep that she doesn't want to slam since since last year's Australian Open so and this is a chance to avoid plane Serena or Maria if she's got to be number one you know she she doesn't want to start to become sort of one slam number one will reestablish her there and Lina I think it's almost like a opening to a different type of career mean she is older so maybe maybe she doesn't have that much time with but she's lost Aslam final she's wanted to slam final this would put a winning this could make it feel like she could win more slam she's she's on a different level she'll have to slams this all might play out in who who will win this year I'm thinking you know from from what we saw recently I wrote about Lee actually the she seems to be like the NFL's Baltimore Ravens sweet she just kind of getting hot at the at the right time and and is really just been so impressive over the past few rounds especially and considering some of Oz ranker's latest experiences or play she also didn't really play well you know in a couple I just I thought she was pretty passive against Jamie Hampton for one I just think overall taken will get both their bodies of work and really where they are now I am going to pick Leeann this match what are your thoughts on everything as ranked starsoap stay with that in and also the fact she's won the last four times she's just generally a steadier more solid player I think we'll see what what her emotional what's her reaction is to whatever holdovers from the semifinal that could hurt her America just on just on overall record her I would say generally superior player are we will see that'll turns out plenty of coverage of course the women's final we're GonNa have a live chat during the match three thirty am eastern Steve of course with the report after listing tennis DOT COM podcast you've been enjoying tennis dot com weekly podcast thanks for listening for all the this news events head over to tennis dot Com mm-hmm mm-hmm.