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"jill burnham" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

05:27 min | 11 months ago

"jill burnham" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Firework. She'd make a great companion, wouldn't she, Jill? Katie Perry. You would. Yes, he would. We talk about companionship. Tell my friends. Talking about people reaching out a hand holding the hand of another, even in this time of its metaphorically speaking Ineffectively speaking. Hand being held is something very special. It's a companion. I love what you're saying about that. I think that I think your tag line is to be changed all that, Marcus, it sounds way too much like Mr Rogers. You just it, Z one. We're not a tagline, Jill. It's a conversation from a grandee. You got it. You might see this because of your generation as a marketing ploy or a tag line. Oh, that's it, but from where I come You know, for the generation that was born the year the man walked on the moon. Mm. Nothing is impossible. That Gilbert would you be my companion? Chervil of your convenience. This is my companion, Gilbert. Gilbert, How are you today? Yes. Good. And what are you doing? Gilbert? I just started work. So I'm here. My first store here, So okay and tell Jill what you do for a living again. I'm a regional sales manager with the company that works with lows. There you go. Okay. Big stuff Since we're companions, Can we call you Gil? Yeah, Sure. Okay. Great. Hold the phone there, Jill. Don't think you ask Gilbert if you could be his companion. Well, we already just It's an unspoken agreement for your generation, Jill. Sometimes you have to speak up and say what you mean. Instead of letting people try and figure out what's hiding behind the eyes. No, they just got to know that I'm a companion to all. No need to ask. We just are. There you go, But don't you get another team? Oh, Jill Burnham freaked out today, man. I'm freaked out today. I was We're not supposed to like, you know, I never want to bring anybody down on the radio. But Good God. I was watching CNN before he came in. And we can have a conversation without that many kids in the car stuff. The variance of the 19 virus. The variance man are freaking scary. This one scientist literally scared the hell out of me on CNN to the point where I'm like. I don't know if I felt this bad in this cautious and scared of our future. Even these vaccines that I have this entire I mean, Oh, my God, Dude, this very night of Brazil and South America and the U. K when everything else Summer handle herbal. If that's a word, and then others seem to be rather oppressive and could be very, very dangerous and problematic. And we're opening up a bit more now. Here. Yeah. Newsom's gotta opening up on Friday. I got a haircut book for Friday. So what am I talking about? But, yes. So we're opening up more pretty scary, isn't it, man? Yes, especially like for me because I travel a lot, So I mean it's been this is my second week back. I've been out for four months, uh, working from home and oh, wow, It's scary for me to go have to go back and right now I work double masks. Yeah, I mean, hand sanitizer like crazy Life's all everything doesn't want to go home. I liked all my shoes, washed my clothes and take a shower before I see my kids. So you're doing is more than I am because I used to do a lot of that. When I came home, I would get what we called naked in the garage. And I changed my clothes and their drop trout and go inside. Go take a shower Seven. Not doing that as much anymore. I haven't been doing the double mask. It just started. L'm asking yesterday. You know, when I learned more about that, Emma, Brian and I like it a little bubble in here. It's just me and him The studio Joseph, her house. Kevin does it from his house. Valerie answers the phones for Mom's kitchen table. That's who you talk to. Um, it's just, you know, it's okay to speak like to sometimes, too, because I think you have to be real. I'm a little bit scared. And I've thought like, When can I go see my mom again in Connecticut? You know what? I'm trying to hear all that stuff out. Even if I got the vaccine, Would it be OK to go visit her If she had the vaccine would be okay to interact and I don't have those answers. And I think we all struggle with conversation. And, you know, trying to understand that stuff. There's somebody I knows. And yet I still see my parents, but I see him from a distance and drop off life all to them or whatever they needed. I always but often reports and then I back up, and then they come outside. But for the most part, I mean, I don't I don't even want to risk it because I'm out in the public a lot. So this is why you know yeah, Worth it for me to the risk it Dude, I get it. And some people, you know, obviously have different beliefs. And we do but a science wins a day in my book. Um, but I still I pray every day that you know things are gonna get better. I pray for my family, and I pray for my companions. That's you. Um but God do they can be scary can be overwhelming, and you can feel a pressure on you. Sometimes that it's so hard and you know, it's scary. Yep, this vast this past year. I mean, we've lost so many family members of you friends, a lot of friends and it's It's sad, you know, and this is why so real to me because you know, a lot of people's like all this not, you know, just you could just get the flu and all these people are dying, and they don't realize that you know, it's like it's crazy. You know, sometimes you just don't see what's right in front of you because I don't know if you don't want to, or you're not paying attention to it. But it is very real. All right, Companion. I'll let you go. We'll get back on track here. Thanks for being my companion. All right. You guys have a good morning. Are you to see I think is taking off. Here's.

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"jill burnham" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"jill burnham" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Serious do tens award he was drafted Was it forth a few years ago. People roll their eyes. Great draft pick of the time. Great football player today. Great football player. It again like you watch the game, and it hits you that rosters insanity, and then you sort of watched the game and you think they are barely gonna beat Ah Bangles team. That they should absolutely dominate. Jury's out for me on the Cleveland Browns. They're one on one. Baker played well, They've got guys and get to the quarterback, but the real takeaway. And not that Berle being better than Baker. Mayfield already matters and not that it's its last funereal. Israel. Just may not be lasting. It may be a long term Mirage confidence is hard to come by the National Football League. Getting knocked on your behind constantly is hard to to accept as you tried develop and you could hear burrow being frustrated after the game like it, I understand it. I do wish Zack Taylor would open things up the right. Like why won't he let 61 pass attempts. 61 Dude threw three touchdowns. Those you've drafted in fantasy. You're looking a lot smarter than I am a bit of a big fantasy number Last night, almost 30 points twice as many as Baker. And early on, not just last night, but but taking his hole. There are reasons to believe that Joe Burrow is going to be an exceptional quarterback in the league or that you know, you get drafted as the number one guy. And or you go to a really good team is a first round draft pick. You go back up the last 25 15 30 40 years. There have been guys like me and me in many cases, talking about how guys could be exceptional because they have one good game in the first week of the second week of the third week. There's no guarantees at last. Here's what's impressive about Borough. In two games. The dude is At about 62% for his completion percentage. 60 of 97 510 yards, got four touchdown passes and interception in that fumble. But here's the those are impressive numbers, right? Here's the main thing. No. No preseason and Baker Mayfield, not excuses book last night on that interview correctly, said, Mm. It's a quick turnaround. Five days. There isn't time for a game plan. We just go out to play. Talk about Okay? Good job. Earl have a time machine and have two weeks to prepare. He did not know TJ's No preseason. No prep time for Joe Burrow. And while the football teams they played may not turn out to be the most competitive The National Football League This year you got Miles Garrett enjoyed Bosa in your first live action, the National Football League and you look good. You got a J green and we do a betting segment where you should always fade me Same and fantasy. I could give you my fantasy picks. You could just fade that to alter gauge a green midway through the draft so smart, I'm done. A J. Green looks like he's 105 years. It's just too bad. He's a super nice guy. He dropped a touchdown pass didn't matter in the end, but at the end of the game Oh, my God. That was a perfect throw by Joe Burrow under pressure back right part of the zone. Two defenders. Perfect window at the perfect angle, Right? Where? Where? Ages. You got it. Joe Burrow has what it takes. He does. And you? I'm gonna hammer this a lot. I will try to say it in different ways. That was not to be monotonous and bore the hell out of here on CBS board Radio Bill rider with you. Right of the new But just Mahomes. Amazing moms is more talented than job because more tell than everybody. I'm not comparing Jill Burnham Holmes. I'm just pointing out. That Patrick Mahomes drafted 10. If memory serves, think it does. 10 got to come into a team. That was the best in its division the year that he sat behind Alex Smith. Alex Smith is not a Hall of Famer, but he was 50 that first year in the homes of the rugby and at least for a third of the season was a legitimate M v P candidate. I was wildly efficient by the way. And when moms finally did play, inheriting The mantle of leadership of a football team. That one whatever it was 10 11 12 games theories that a lot A lot of talent around and offensive line is pretty good and again burrow class. Praise the offensive line shouldn't have I mean, should have. It's just not true, writes one of those lies. You actually one of the few you want to see. Holmes ad running backs Fremont who looked pretty good last night. On the other side of the equation, he had receivers. Get a culture. I don't know. If Jo Bro is going to be able to make it work. I don't know if Joe Burrow is going to be able to deal with very few guys can't You don't get drafted first in the National Football League, if you're not massively talented. And Burrows said something yesterday that we've heard so many times, an echo of quarterbacks destroyed by bad situations of the past. That is, I don't know that I've ever lost two games in a row. Get used.

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"jill burnham" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"jill burnham" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"But, but you know, I it it certainly is you know, that million dollar figure always puts you on the map bed, and we get some pretty good horses out here for it. And and Breeders Cup was a was the big deal. I mean. Thank goodness cradle. You know? Hey losing. But I think we we came out a lot better with him being readers kept. And then actually a Bill Maher because he made the eastern contingent. I think understand what Bill Maher was about. And and how how we could handle a Breeders Cup and seem to work pretty good when we had it here and coming back. So it'd be looking forward to it. That was one of the most outstanding breeders cups of all time. I thought something that I waited for for many many years to have Breeders Cup at del. Mar. That was that was just awesome. Yeah. I, you know, well, the plant when we built a redid this plant rebuilt the whole track and early nineties that was always kind of in the back of our minds was, you know, let's build this place where we are the high end, can, you know, utilize it on those kind of days in and so it lend itself to Breeders Cup with then we purposely kept the crowd down, you know, to under forty thousand just so people would be able to move around easier and do that, but we had so many high end spots that the price points were certainly the made it the most successful financial Drake's Cup ever. So that was they like that we like that him and everybody discovered San Diego del mar. So I think look forward to coming back. Joe you touched on the early days in being around the cinema. Folks. Did we were you always thinking? That at one point in your life. You were going to be involved in racing in some capacity or was there a time when you said, you know, what maybe I want to do something a little bit different. Well, I think yeah. I think those early days, and, you know, being on the set and everything I thought, gee, this acting thing might be kind of fun. My first real job other than than cleaning out stalls at the family ranch was was delivering the mail them Jim studios, which which opened my eyes to a lot of the businesses. I hit. No. But I think that you know, we always had horses. My mom read them race them. She was the first female, president of the breeders association. She was a dynamic person in the sport. And I think, you know, seeing her and and the fun she had and and I kinda got me toward it. I was always out at the track as a kid, and I remember as a little boy sitting with her outside the stable gate at Hollywood park. Now, we didn't go in right away. I said. Why don't we go? She's a because the sun isn't up yet. And they wouldn't let women in the backstretch until the sun came up. Yeah. Yeah. It was the good old days. Right. So I mean, if things like that that just you know, what she went through, and how she did it, and she was such a great role model for me and about I figured, you know, if she can have this much fun and enjoyment out of it. Maybe ought to give it a try. And then Jill Burnham, great. You know, cameraman producer of many TV shows involving racing came along and offered me a job. And and I said, oh, okay. So that kind of got me working at Nieta during the nineteen sixty six sixty seven racing season was the first year that I actually had a job at a race track. And it was fun. It was you know, Santa Anita Hollywood and del mar. And that's that was a circuit. We were on is camera guy. And you know, I was hooked..

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"jill burnham" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"jill burnham" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"But, but you know, I it it certainly is you know, that million dollar figure always puts you on the map bed, and we get some pretty good orces out here for it. And and Breeders Cup was a was the big deal. I mean. Thank goodness crate for able you know, hey, losing. But I think we we came out a lot better with him being readers kept. And then actually Bill Maher because he made the eastern contingent. I think understand what Bill Maher was about. And and how how we could handle the Breeders Cup and seem to work pretty good when we had it here and coming back. So it'd be looking forward to it. That was one of the most outstanding breeders cups of all time. I thought something that I waited for for many many years to have Breeders Cup at del. Mar. That was that was just awesome. Yeah. I, you know, well, the plant when we built a redid this plant rebuilt the whole track and early nineties that was always kind of in the back of our minds was, you know, let's build this place where we are the high end, can, you know, utilize it on those kind of days in and so it lend itself to Breeders Cup with then we purposely kept the crowd down, you know, to under forty thousand just so people would be able to move around easier and do that, but we had so many high end spots that the price points were certainly the made it the most successful financial Drake's Cup ever. So that was they like that we like him and everybody discovered San Diego del mar. So I think look forward to coming back. Joe you touched on the early days in being around the cinema. Folks. Did we were you always thinking? That at one point in your life. You were going to be involved in racing in some capacity or was there a time when you said, you know, what maybe I want to do something a little bit different. Well, I think yeah. I think those early days hanging out being on the set and everything, and I thought, gee, this acting thing might be kind of fun. My first real job other than than cleaning out stalls at the family ranch was was delivering the mail them Jim studios, which which opened my eyes to a lot of the businesses. I hit. No. But I think that you know, we always had horses. My mom read them race them. She was the first female, president of the breeders association. She was dynamic person in the sport. And I think, you know, seeing her and and the fund she had and and I kinda got me toward it. I was always out at the track it as a kid, and I remember as a little boy sitting with her outside the stable gate at Hollywood park. Now, we didn't go in right away. I said. Why don't we go? And she's a because the sun isn't up yet. And they wouldn't let women in the backstretch until the sun came up. Yeah. Yeah. It was the good old days. Right. So I mean, if things like that that just you know, what she went through. And then how she did it, and she was such a great role model for me and about I figured, you know, if she can have this much fun and enjoyment out of it. Maybe ought to give it a try and then Jill Burnham straight. You know, cameraman producer of many TV shows involving racing came along and offered me a job. And and I said, oh, okay. So that kind of not me working at San Nita during the nineteen sixty six sixty seven racing season was the first year that I actually had a job at a race track. And it was fun. It was you know, Santa Anita Hollywood and del mar. And that's that was a circuit. We were on is camera guy. And you know, I was hooked..

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