17 Burst results for "John Mckee"
"john mckee" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast
"It's going to be a $100,000 and you're going to are you going to go into it and just think, okay, well, the one and the two can win the first, the three, four, 5, can win the second, the one, two, oh, okay, the fourth might be a single in the fourth. In this one, you know, I don't think you want to go into it that way. I think you want to initially look and go, okay, how's the sequence layout? How is everybody else going to play it? Okay, what are my opinions? How can I be different than everybody else? Where can I get my separation? If you remember in the first inside the pylons interviews, he talked about creating hurdles, which sounds very counterintuitive to what were initially taught, right? Like we're all taught to pick winners. Look for the easy single. Look for the easy leg to get through. But the thing is, in the peri mutual nature of things, that easy leg to get through is the easy like everybody else is trying to get through. And you know, if you're right in that easy leg, yes, you could still go on and get a price somewhere else and have a nice sequence. You know, I feel like sometimes we talk so much about beating favorites. It's important to remember, you're not going to be every favorite first of all. You don't have to beat every favorite. A lot of these monster pick 5 scores we see have a four to 5 or a 6 to 5 somewhere in them. But you beat three or four other favorites and you beat them with good prices. And so and you can make a big score with two favorites in a sequence. But again, what else are you doing throughout the sequence? And also how are you getting to those favorites? You know, are you going three deep to catch three to 5? Well, you've tripled your ticket costs to not gain anything there. And so and those are old lessons and we've gone over those a hundred times. But as I said earlier, a lot of this stuff bears repeating, but you know if I'm, I think that so many people, they open up the pick 5 and they're like, okay, this one can win this one when here's my ticket. And not really looking at the idea of okay, what is my competition doing? How can I get away from my competition? Okay, look, I'm with them on this four to 5 shot. But I really like the 6 to one in the first, maybe that's a spot I can, you know, be really aggressive and single. And now there's the 6 horse field where it kind of looks like there's two that are gonna be pretty strong favorites. Maybe that's a leg. Can I make a case for CD and E and F at that point? I mean, if you're throwing out those top two, you almost gotta have F in there. But you know, look for those little ways that you can really make a difference because like I said, there might be two or three legs and a pick 5 where, you know, your opinions really aren't that transcendent. And you're not getting that much. But if you get over a couple of those earlier pilots always talked about creating at least two hurdles in a sequence like that and I really agree with that in the sense that there was a pick 5 and aqueduct a few weeks ago we talked about it. There was a 60 to one in the pick 5, but then it was four other talks and it really just didn't pay that much, paid a couple hundred bucks, I think. And I think even the pick four with the 60 to one and three big favor. I think it paid a $100. Which, you know, you would think if you had a 60 to one, it's just it's paid, right? But you really do need that second hurdle to really kick off a lot of the tagger ons 'cause you're gonna get a lot of people who, you know, went all in a leg, catch a 25 to one, especially if it's a logical spread race. But if you get the 8 to one shot in the leg where everybody's single or everybody's too deep, you know, everybody meaning not everybody, but a lot of people. That's really, really where you can do some damage. And there was a really interesting race and sequence at turf way. And I saw some friends on Twitter talking about it and then we'll give a plug to a turfway picks partial coverage from the most beautiful tracking Kentucky on Twitter. So I wanted to give a shout out to them. But so they, the pick 5, let me find it here. I got so much stuff up here. I got my Sopranos. By the way, side note, when I got sick, I was ordered HBO Max because I wanted to watch The Sopranos again. HBO Max is platforms horrible. It freezes like every episode. I think I might have mentioned that the other day too, but I was just watching it before starting the tape here. And I'm like, God, I just hate this platform. I get freezes all the time. Okay, here we go. So, yeah, so Saturday, New Year's Day, late pick 5 at turfway, race 6. It starts in. And you get the longest shot on the board goes wire to wire. John McKee, Veronica's 22 to one shot. The second longest shot in the 8th horse field is 9 to one. So this horse is a very distant outlier from what was kind of an open feel like it was a 5 to two favorite. There was a three to one, a 5 to one, a 7 to two, a bunch of a couple 8 to ones and a 9 to one, and then this 22 to one, who wins and kicks off the sequence. Okay, second leg you get another kind of wide open race. You have two 5 to twos, a 9 to two, and then everything else, a lot of tens and 12s and 11s to one and a 12 to one wins. By 8 and a half lengths, by the way. The third leg of the pick 5, you get a 8 to one in a small field. Second longest shot of the board. And as I said, a lot of times these are the ones it's not the 12 to one in the obvious spread race. It's the 8 to one in the smaller field race. This race was funny though because there was there was four horses but three bedding combinations because there was an entry that were at 5 to two. And then there was a three to one. So it was like really clear top four choices in this race. And so this 8 to one, I think played huge in the pick 5. And then you get favorite second favorite for the last two legs. Now the first three legs, those ones that were all pretty tough to come by. The pick three for 50 cents pays 2600. And okay, pretty damn good 50 cent pick three, right? Pick 5 with those two extra favorites pays 2300. Okay. So that's, you know, now first of all, they pay four out of 5 at turfway. So right away you're making less when you win, than you normally would. Because now you have all these people who are have four out of 5 combinations. And really you toss that first big favorite and you have a, you know, you still have two tough horses to get, but it's obviously much more doable. And those last two legs were a favorite and a clear second choice. But to me, the interesting part of this because you know I saw a lot of people that were talking about, wow, that payout was so low and so at turfway picks posts his or her ticket and they have it for $5. So they have a ten times for 28,000. Now in the pool in the pool, there was $46,000 and that's before takeout. So I don't know what the turf we pick 5 takeout is. But even let's say it's 20% just for a round number. You're peeling off 9000. So you're talking about 37,000. So he or she took home 28,000 of the 37,000 that was out there. And it was a $5 base ticket that was pretty big spread ticket. So they probably had 7 to 10% of the pool right. I think it was like a $3000 ticket or something like that. So again, first of all, congrats to them for the big hit. I love seeing people hit big. And but what I think is.
"john mckee" Discussed on Bourbon Pursuit
"In the world of bourbon releases. I know this is something that i'm always interested to hear about because we wanna know what's going gonna be hitting the shelves soon. What do we have to stand in line for. So i'll give you the first one. This is a little bit more of like a craft side of things here. And so this is coming out of butte montana and this is for craft distilleries and friends that collaborate on what's a malt whisky blend and they call themselves good deeds spirits and they are announcing their first ever good deeds malt whisky and this is a blend from nine leading craft whisky producers with one hundred percent of the proceeds to benefit. They step up foundation which is a diversity and inclusion initiative founded by the acs or the american craft spirits association. This was the first stab As an unofficial group of distillers back in twenty seventeen on facebook when they call themselves. Good guys that steelers but the group formerly set up a db as good deeds spirits and twenty twenty one with the intention of creating interesting collaborative spirit releases moving forward with the goal of also raising money to benefit and port industry causes so this first release its was created back in february two thousand twenty one as a blend of nine donated whiskies from balchunas bentley's heritage distillery few spirits head frame spirits rogue spirits. Santa fe spirits noma. Distilling stateline distilling thornton distilling. Blenders janis jeffrey randy. Hudson read huddleston and john mckee. They blended these which is from. Oh sorry i started naming off names there. So i think yeah so i started naming off names stateline distillery in thornton still learning but the blenders of john jeffrey randy hudson read huddleston and john mckee blended these over the course of two days in butte montana and so all of these whiskies were blended onsite and then return to use bourbon barrels mary for five months before proofing down to forty six percent. For the bottling release this will carry a retail price of seventy five dollars with one hundred percent of the bottle price benefiting the setup step up foundation it will be exclusively available unseal box and the public sale will begin on october fifteenth..
"john mckee" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"I love disappointed. Dad john loki. It's so funny. I like to imagine he's disappointed at all of them figuring it out fast. Come on if known you you don't even need the fireworks exactly what happened but come on. Are you kidding me. you dummies. Yeah so now. We see richard alpert finally puts to into together and he is the most afraid we have ever seen this character. Yeah because he was so behind the ball and he totally missed this and he should be afraid like he should. He should feel like a little bit a little. Bit shaken here shaken and stirred. I'd just like come on man. How did you know yeah and general. John mckee rubs it in t- by being like okay richard. You know who i am now. And he makes reference to good senior out of those chains. I remember that was a big thing at the time being like. Oh my god what. What is this. Richard alpert was in chains. And i forget if paternal had been announced at that point that we're doing a richard. Alpert flashback episode. But it certainly helps stoke those waters as to the story. We would get out of hand eventually. I love him getting punched into throat a comic and then like a couple of episodes later in the substitute john loki will even be like. I'm really sorry for punching you in the throat like it's it's so iconic that it's it's checked again also when -tario quinn picks up nestor carbonell except it's clearly not carbon dummy and it's so obvious and it's hilarious Really really really great. just fantastic. I love the exchange of you may may just marcus's him. Yeah very good all right. Let's go at the episode at time. Sound.
"john mckee" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"Take over near fifty shit here we go. you're not what for you with the blowback like at some point. You say fuck. Hollywood like your sketch show. Where would you. Who do you want to sell it to. You know what i'm saying like you're in a lane we can just making stuff. Yeah it doesn't matter and you just sell your tickets on the road in the sketches all. It's all in house it's all. I think it's just our team. Everything is real guys from philly guesswork. Fuck you just buddies hanging. It's fun such a lot of work though. Isn't it coming up with funny. Well i don't mckeever the guy. John mckee writes right. He's the writer he's the writer director girl. Hey yeah that's sixes girlfriend. Oh it is yeah. Is she a comic no. she's just comic not an actor none of that. She's my comedians girlfriend. Whole frock in here. She's hilarious sketch with trauma. And maybe she should mc when. Brian six is featuring well. I don't know how she'd do your skills. Why didn't these here so he does. This trump speed dating thing she sits off. that's why i was like goddamn. She's the girls legit actress. Yeah well that's because she gopher saturday night live after this of. I don't want to sit on kyla because i love kyle. But that's like who. She is kind of interest so like when she sat down she some of those lines. She was actually fucking up and we like this. They're keeping looks. Real really is great this yes. She's great very funny. He's like pro-trump everything we put her and she's really fucking. Yeah she she to me. She's just naturally sauce. For sure. When i watch like years brilliant. But she's like crazy lady lady. Yeah let's doberman why are you. How do you guys know each other. cost effective and jeff l. We were on the like up. Next cla comedy central's closer first and then was a new face. J two or three two two or three. I think yeah. I'm jay failed and do this year. Because the covert right something like that no they do because it was the one before it was twenty nineteen yet in nothing. Cooper right We you know we did the montreal. Yeah yeah i don't know. We just became homeys. Because i heard a lot about him before. I don't know when i posted. I was doing the cluster fast people like. Yo you gotta meet. Shane gillis guys would be boys or whatever and we just house. I've schulte's my boy. Tim dillon christie and then i was like there's all these like matsu out there man. Fuck fucking start doing stuff guys on. Everyone's doing stuff and everyone to know. Leapfrog does blowing up and then all of them like did yes. He chain gillis. I looked up next. There is a whole new york thing. Now you guys are all roughly the same age all coming up together. Pretty all take time taking over. Yeah like think about schultz jokes. Pricey messed greg garden next year. Like cells craig craig. It's fucking nuts. Well you have shelter and tim dillon. Biggest patron there is and he sells stupid. They have the same agent. You find out his ticket sales. That hurt your feelings and then you know. Got you doing his goddamn thing blown up and then you know you're the guy because you're doing you're about to the first weekend since you did gutsy with you guys in new orleans older. He was older group. That's pretty wild man. Watch like harnessing social media and the way you guys are together plus new york close you to a high standard newark is just like you can take a cab and hang out at that club and do like five sets in a night and there's something about new york where if you get too happy with yourself where it becomes to commercial whatever you get called on the mat. So i don't know if it's still that way it is but there is still that sort of. There's a purity there there's a. There's a standard there. You're kind of in the wake of pride being like yeah like comic. Yeah get that. But then you know what i'm saying. Yeah that's i think that's the hold up with like the la guys doing all the promo podcasts and merge during and then the new york is where like flocked that. Yeah it's like it's.
"john mckee" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"A little bit. Because i know that's something that guides you in just about every aspect in life so maybe you can get into how you first became exposed to that concept and kinda. Take things from there. Sure we'll i wouldn't say i'm a philosopher by by nature. I love the truth. Good in the noble. And so i've read a lot of philosophy. I think about ideas not an accident. In my first book was the habit of thinking about things all the time i think once one becomes a little bit reflective and intentional about life. There you have to roll with the punches to casual phrase that is if one wants to be happy and get something done. You can't be buffeted by every emotion that goes by all the time and so over time. I've been interested in a lot of different philosophies and modalities including stoicism and interested in buddhism. I don't pretend to be a deep scholar of both. But in both i look at them and it's different technologies for being calm and three in the face award ever happens. Just kind of connected. Entrepreneurship what am i read. Descriptions of an entrepreneur. Entrepreneurship is getting punched in the guy every day. Because things go wrong make stuff work. You try to build stuff every day. Something goes wrong. If you get all emotional about it you're never going to be productive. You just know should happen today chapel today and just keep going so they're kind of serenity but also the appreciation of daily life. Marcus aurelius my favorite. Stork writer talks about looking at the texture of bread. Part of being present being grateful and being appreciative of the world is how to be happy. Who doesn't want to be happy. A i really like how you put this phrase this as technologies. They're they're essentially tools. We can use. You can choose not to sort of a try to lead a stoic life. You can choose not to do practices whether it's you know buddhism for me in the last year it's been yoga and doing yoga has really truly changed my life in ways. I never imagined. I kind of looked at it at first as just something that would be good for my body and good exercise. It's so much more than that. At least it has been for me. It's allowed me to be more stoic. It's allowed me to take things that would normally distract me or cause me just my emotions to just go off the rails and actually to stay focused and it's it's it's really just incredible so no matter what what practices in your life. You can add. That can help you find that sort of calm and help you sort of brush all the noise aside especially nowadays we have so much noise in our lives and i am absolutely guilty of this. The phone notifications. There's so much information coming at us and all of it can trigger emotions in us. I mean it's. It's hard to spend ten minutes on twitter without feeling emotional. That's something without almost sensing something. I can start to lose myself in the emotion and having a sort of a stoic mindset and knowing to just finding ways that you can learn to stay focused on the task at hand and on the greater task of life and enjoying life and staying president is just huge. So anything more you want to say on that I don't have a specific question. But i think this is a great topic to dive into a been taichi and yoga and meditation all kinds of things. I would say one of the things. I learned from now buddhist now probably twenty years ago is even as long ago twenty years ago. They said there should be times of the day. We don't check your email and the time was shocked. Let's deal checking out. I can check my email. Ever i one but now i'm very clean about after dinner at some point. No more electron ix and in the morning. I like to have my coffee before. I connect electrics and so again it's all about being peace of mind may since all of these different ways in which people make themselves unhappy and you kind of just going back to school one of my goals. I believe the goal of education should be happiness and well-being and very few schools focused on happiness wellbeing at all. It seems like the opposite. Actually we've got a miserable up society. I look at society as middle. School grown larvae. So maybe you remember how. Miserable middle-school as trump. Donald trump is a middle school bully. You know right yeah. I mean it's it's really interesting because i i. I really didn't like school as a kid i. Maybe i got bullied a little bit. But that wasn't really my issue. I think once. I got to middle school and high school while i was on the wrestling team and i was a smaller kid but because i had wrestling friends that were bigger. I didn't really get bullied too much. But i even then i just. I never really liked school. I liked getting to see my friends. But i saw them outside of school so i never felt like i needed that this building to go do that. And i had many activities where i saw my friends and school. I always felt like i had the instinct. Even at the time that this is this is not doing. This is holding me back in some ways and now as an adult i look back and say yeah i had unlearn so much of what i learned in school unlearn. Basically to be a conformist to just Just respond to a bell at a certain time and not question anything and just know the answers but not actually learn things and i was great attest. I aced all my tests. I great grades. I can't say i learned that much. I learned how to take tests. Really well memorized. Forget that's the whole point of school as memories forget. My primary memory is watching the secondhand. Remember the old fashioned for me. It was it was to fifteen on the button. I think we got out. And all i could do all day. When is that going to get their real life. It's like the star trek thing where zoo racist rates space. All these cool thing. That's so exciting and fun. Why do we do this gets and i. I can't emphasize how much again. I'm not perfect. Some days i mess up. And i look at twitter or email right away but i i at least try to okay. Can i wait. Until i opened my eyes. All the way can at least get reacclimated to the world. Get outta my dream state before. I dive into that stuff because we have to realize is not to get marie kondo here but you have to ask yourself. Is this thing. I'm about to do going to bring me joy. Is this going to bring me. Happiness is scrolling on twitter for ten minutes going to bring me happiness. Maybe i'll see a tweet that makes me laugh or a meme so maybe more likely than not. It's going to make me bring emotion up. It's gonna make me angry. It's gonna make me irritated and is there really a reason to bring that into my life now. Is someone for me. i'm a. I'm a social media person. I'm a digital marketer. I have a podcast. I have to be in these places to some extent. But i don't need to spend all day. They're trying detroit segment my time a little bit so i actually have time like no. I'm not. I'm not going to be looking at these hours of the day. And just even if you just take fifteen minutes in the morning and you start to say okay. I'm just not gonna look at my phone for these first fifteen minutes. That's a huge step because for me it's for it had been for a long time. I fifteen seconds. It was my first thing i would do. Grad the phone. Oh here's no here. What's and not even out of bed. I'm just in this other digital world here and just just pausing that for ten fifteen minutes before you get into that at a minimum it a life changer. I truly big time and not until after my morning ritual rituals and sunshine going outside and getting son ultimately this is quality of life. It's all about quality of life indeed indeed and one way that one method you are using to try to bring a greater quality of life to people is through this idea of startup cities. And maybe you can just bring us down the journey a little bit of how you first came up with this idea or i. I think you're the first person to use the term anyway. Talk gave it voice and exit. But i don't know if you necessarily originated the idea itself. When did you first. Now come to this idea something you wanted to be out there promoting and actively working on sure. Yeah i didn't come up with the idea itself to give you some background about twenty years ago. I met john mckee founder and ceo of whole foods and he. And i both been from the left and then we realized that government doesn't work and entrepreneurship creates almost everything. So we both identifies libertarians. But it's not about about happiness and well-being wouldn't say we still have leftist values. It's you know happiness and peace and you know we. We actually went to one of the first meetings. We put a bunch of right wing and left wing magazines and right wing magazines. All you know dollar signs and guns and everything and they left wing magazines where flowers and babies nature. We're world hippies. You know and but completely disillusioned about government you know. It's just insane and so we created a nonprofit to promote entrepreneurial solutions real world problems in part of this is created in schools. He created whole foods micro entrepreneurship green bank. That kind of thing was cool. New tech entrepreneurship way. Cool social entrepreneurship. Because more and more of a thing we wanted to make bigger than that so no entrepreneurial solutions to world problems so when you start looking into that. The biggest problem is global poverty and war. Huge horrible problem. You know everything that. I'll be frustrated with american college campuses but my wife is from senegal. You know day in day out. Every moment of every day is worse senegal than any of these people on campuses complaining about things. We'll probably ever experienced and so one of my big frustrations with the left is. I don't think they care about global poverty and more once it became clear that capitalism creates prosperity. All of a sudden they don't care about the global is that because is when i got to dig into the connection there. So do you think that once they realized capitalism started solving poverty. They didn't wanna talk about it anymore. Busy work. I think that they are anti-capitalism is more important to them than the well-being of the poor and i think it's outrageous. Curious about the evidence is just absolutely overwhelming. Though the more freer country gets the more capitalism country has the the pop poverty. Just plummets They can no longer talk about that because then they'd have to sort of have to start favoring capitalism exactly and show me one leftist website that actually cares about global poverty. They might talk about needing quality. So oxide blah inequality. But it'll give you one factor in this oxfam always pumping look how many billionaires and you know what percentage of the net worth when china went from puerto middle-class chinese average urban wages have gone up about tenfold last twenty years. And you know if you i of our incomes doubled. You know we'd be excited now. Very much doubled. That'd be nice three times. that'd be cool four times you know. It's hard for people. Even mocked boggle mind boggling ten times increase in wages no union or minimum wage. Nothing has ever done ten times no away it possibly could more were. This is impacting the lives of a billion people. You start talking. About china and 10x increase that income for billion people oh and by the way inequality went up in china and the number of billionaires dramatically increased went from something like three billionaires in two thousand something like four hundred today so all those people complaining about billionaires and inequality. Hello i wish. Africa could that much inequality in that many billionaires if it meant african incomes go up so if i had time to just ranch on the second rant on trevor going back to the startup cities you look at poverty right and it's government everywhere. I look at all these governments around the world. Every poor person every country should be furious that their government is basically like a prison keeping them. Or you know. Maybe it's an incompetent prison guard. I'm not saying they're intelligent. Prison guards but every government around the world where people are poor is keeping the people for. So what do you do as dive in a little bit. Just kind of make the difference more stark to those. That might not understand. What's behind it. You know when he talked about china and how they've seen this increase and billionaires and seeing the increase in Even the poor lifted out of poverty. But we're not seeing that in. Africa is that specifically because china just kind of gave up and said all right. Go be entrepreneurs. We're going to be hands off even while we control the government with one party. And what have you whereas most of these african countries still have even if they're crappy crappy socialist governments. They're still kind of socialist governments and they're not allowing that same kind of freedom. That's a pretty decent rough draft to put a little bit more nuance on this. So you know back. In nineteen sixty nine hundred seventy. There were many development economist who thought the soviet union would pace the us. Paul samuelson super famous founder of modern neoclassical economics innocence. He actually had curves in his textbook saying the soviet union was going to beat the us absolute ridiculous bullshit. Trust these drafts pretty much. Ever if you see a graph just don't trust it. I don't care it's from there. We go there we go. Meanwhile hong kong and singapore started taking off sh- hong kong and singapore the two fastest growing. You know we could grieve for hong kong now that china's doing horrible things there but up until inner china started to attack hong kong and singapore. We're the freest places on earth. The're economic freedom. You know maybe not in freedom of press special singapore but economic freedom dramatically higher than anywhere else an incredible prosperity so both of them former british colony is that we're about the level of poverty of much of africa in nineteen sixty. Now they're to the richest places on earth. Richard and britain per capita. So if you look at. Why wouldn't we want every to be with. Richard hong kong and singapore and hello china actually wind to look hong kong and singapore and inside. What's working around nine hundred seventy nine thousand nine hundred eighty. They created these special economic zones in china that were deliberately intentionally modeled on hong kong and singapore. And so you think oh. Let's copy what works cutting and if you know it works. Why is it just zone. Why why are you not just doing it. Because i have to admit the whole system is bullshit then well it exactly and and to dig into that a little bit more deeply crony capitalism even countries. Where there they call them. So socialist crony capitalism or capitalist. That was an interesting forty said. Most most countries have powerful wealthy elites. Keep everybody else down. Regards elaine coding. The one where both in right now the us is right. There and so one of the kind of carve outs could this gets into special economic zone so early history of especially comic zones way back in the thirty s when leftist governments around the world basically crushed trade everywhere they managed to a few people manage creates an export processing zone. So you wouldn't totally kill it which you could export goods but manufacture goods on his own and an expert of but you couldn't trade within your country and that was you can think of that. It was way for the rim seeker elites to kind of keep their rent seeking mostly protected. And i know a guy who has haywood former President executive director of the world comic processing zones association. He said the way zones usually get passed now. There are thousands of them around. The world is at somebody who's close to the elite but not partly so it's like the second cousin or the younger son or nephew. Somebody who has contact contacted ily basically says look dad or look uncle. Give me this little piece of land over here and you can keep your air court port concession your banking concession basically you guys can keep being the big guys all gop elaine hall of that. Just give me this little piece of land with a little bit of freedom and basically they do then go. Yeah i'm empty. Land can ship stuff off whatever and then bit by bit. Of course these little islands of freedom take off on not always everywhere but unbalanced zone. Special economic zones have led to broader economic liberal liberalism and prosperity you not only in china but mexico ireland to some extent india mauritius great success story. You know what happens. Is once people see that hello. Freedom is successful and you can make lots of money there then sometimes the big guys come in and then gradually they realize made economic liberalism little bit. You've got the secrets reverse. But there's some dynamic on behalf of freedom and prosperity so basically once i learned about this mark fraser's wonderful person who taught me about the history of special economic zones. Said this is how we end poverty. Hello we're hong kong. Singapore word special economic zones dubai's most prosperous non. Oil has almost no oil. now they're prosperous without oil. You get all these other places. Mauritius is considered an african country now middle income kind of right where portugal is. Income is ireland went from basically generation of farmers in one thousand nine eighty two now high-tech successful prosperous today and of course economic freedom. So if we can't pass nationally yeah let's work on his own and the next step on zone thing is early. Generation zones were just reduced taxes and regulation. The problem with that is if you've got crappy law even bad. Even reducing taxes and regulation doesn't do everything so dubai piloted is actually putting a british common law legal system on hundred and ten acres of dubai soil to create into by international financial center. They actually had experienced prestigious respected. Common law judges mccown because a consequence dubai has gone from essentially no financial center to be in top ten financial center in twenty years. And it's common law freedom and credible judges. They basically have like a parallel legal system within that zone. Absolutely it's a really cool idea. Some ways i do give credit to the rulers to buy for for seen this and if you go to dubai national financial center website i would say it's one of the most customer friendly websites any government and the reason is because they were actually kind of like a quasi private entity they're out to get customers and they know the distinction is still you asia real off criminal law. Whoa let's be careful whereas british common law commercial law their points at which they delineate what counts as criminal and what councils commercial. If you're a citibank executive considering position do by you. Don't by accident get into the criminal law system. So that's why these sites very customer friendly you it's been so successful dhabi copied. It all wants to exactly a couple of years ago. And so we're beginning to see movement of this two point zones where they actually put a new legal system within the existing legal system of a country. And what you get rid of crappy law. You know almost instantly. It's bit more complicated than that. But you get the vision sir. So how how does one. And maybe you can talk. I know you've been involved personally. And in the the one in rotan honduras when he was in and i spent a couple of weeks there in. Wow i'm getting their two thousand ten but ten years ago now you can get into a little bit of like what the actual process is like from. Start to finish. Like how do you go about. I mean i guess step one is you have to contact government. And say hey. Can we do this. i mean what. How does that conversation has that process. Actually go when you're coming to a government who wants to be a socialist government to some extent They're not doing a good job at it and then you want to convince them that we're going to have this. Parallel like are alternate legal system with in the country. So i wanna give a lot of credit to people within honduras. There's many named octavius sanchez. Who was one of the architects. Smart klugman was another adviser who had been working with honduran government. He's american but there were a team of people within the honduran government. And i would say well. Some of the need is kind of desperation and enlightenment. You need a few people inside who get realize. We're poor because of crappy law and you need to say the desperation because countries already doing so. So they're probably not to be motivated and honduras one of the poorest countries in the western hemisphere and the desperation there. What are we going to let this came about after. They had the socialist government. That really messed things up. And when they kicked out there Socialist leader of the took him out government in his pajamas in an airplane. To costa rica in the middle of the night. The whole west said oh this is a coup and they cut off for an aide. Isolated them one hundred and said look. We cannot be dependent anymore so managed to get a left right coalition in honduras to pass the first version of this legislation allowing zones with distinctive legal systems on and. I think there's only one person who voted against it in one of the things so is truly remarkable situation where his polarized new latin america's incredibly polarized the. Us has to at this point but they managed to get everybody on board because they realize the rest of the world was saying to them and they you know they want to be independent so long story but they pass this legislation and on paul romer who has since a nobel came out with a talk on charter cities He was of a great publicist for this. So they brought romer down there to talk to the legislature. They actually took the congress people in honduras on trips to singapore and hong kong new by. They see exactly. Come on guys exactly and so you know there are pretty down in most government people but there are some people who want to do the right thing and especially if everybody wins the becomes possible so no. i'm also talking to people in various people in africa. I've spoken to various people in latin america and really around the world. It's this combination of is a government ready to allow for significantly greater autonomy for region. And if so then the law is i would say exemplary as one version. The thom bell is a legal scholar. Polycentric law libertarian who has model legislation now at this point. They're number of different organizations. That are providing models. Th if government's ready to do this There are models for legislation. And then once you get. The legislation passed a process for allowing private entities to develop as you may know. It's gotten so far that not quite the same thing but in nevada was talking about letting private entities so we recently did a very recent episode on that about the the bill in nevada allowing basically basically. It's like a tech start up. But the tech companies basically come in and former city will exactly and just going to the tech side. so i've been talking about the poverty side but the other thing is you know going to the department of motor vehicles. One of the most depressing things to do as an adult. You most wife anything. We've got all these apps on our phone. You can order from amazon overnight. Everything works know not everything perfectly but having been in senegal in central america compared to most places most of the time things work. What doesn't work as the post office. Dmv public schools know anything. Government runs it. That's probably not a coincidence. So yeah why. Can't we have great apps on your phone. You imagine getting updates on your phone win improved. Dmv app on iphone improve learning app on my phone and all this government should have known some people who are technologists rather than say libertarians. Or whatever they say just when things that can work and it's clear that you get lots of entrepreneurial discovery lots of entrepreneurs competing to provide great goods and services and we will absolutely have order of magnitude better long governance once we let entrepreneurs.
"john mckee" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"One Ronald Bell. Who admitted that he shot into Joseph Mensah's home. He was charged with second degree recklessly endangering safety, as well as a number of other crimes. He wanted to turn himself in. And David Bowie in according to new reporting, citing police reports at Wisconsin, right now dot com doing the work that the Journal Sentinel in the rest of the local and state media couldn't be bothered to on this holiday weekend. Given that It is very likely that David Bowie and committed very serious crimes by attempting to hinder the apprehension of Ronald Bell. This potentially does make him an accessory after the fact and certainly It amounts to obstruction of justice. According to Wisconsin, right now dot com to of Boeing's own associates essentially turned on him. One member of the protest slash riot group called Bowen statement to the public Bs. Another member, laughed when part of Boeing's press release was read to him and said that was a lie. Witness interviews also allege, for the first time that Bowen called MENSA, the officer who was violently assaulted by Bowen's mob, a quote piece of BLEEP. During the People's Revolution attack and encouraged the accused shooter not to turn himself in. The police. Ronald Bell pointed his finger at Boeing. He said Bowen was absolutely present now. He gave conflicting statements as to whether Boeing himself was throwing toilet paper at the house of Joseph. Can you imagine this? Could you imagine a Republican? Let's say it is in a violent mob. Let's say it's like a homecoming prank. Could you see Dale Coyne, Inga or Robin bossed tossing toilet paper at somebody's house? What an absolute embarrassment to his constituency into the state of Wisconsin. David Bowen is Bowen issued a press release. As the search for Ronald Bell was ongoing. According to Wisconsin right now, it came at a critical time when police were investigating the incident, and the D A was contemplating charges he would eventually issue against Belle. And others. However, the newly released police reports show that even Bowen's own compatriots didn't think he was telling the truth. Now. In that press release in August, Bowen tried to blame MENSA for the violence that erupted No one tried to kill him or his girlfriend. That's a lie. No one tried to enter his home. That's a lie. There weren't several shots fired, another lie. No protesters shot at the back door. That's the biggest lie, he wrote. But people's Revolution members who talked to the police admitted He was lying. Bowen was not telling the truth. Joseph MENSA, in fact, Wasps that he was targeted in a mob style hit. That David Bowie and took pardon Niles. John McKee, who worked for the Milwaukee Public Schools Recreation Department, in a job on hold due to covert. 19 was the People's Revolution member who told police that part of Bo and statement was quote bes and responded in the affirmative. When asked if the statement contained lies, the police reports say. According to McKee, who had a handgun at the scene. Bowen said things to the public that he couldn't have seen. Asked why Boeing would lie, McKee said. I guess to make men so look like the bad guy. At another point, He called it a potential live Asked about Bowen statement to the public, McKee responded. That's not true, according to the police reports asked why Bob Bowen would intentionally lie despite where it is swearing an oath to the Constitution of the US in the state of Wisconsin, McKee stated, that's ass backwards. He also offered to protect his people. I don't know. That is a very incriminating statement. By the way, if Maquis were to testify to that effect, and he would be more confident in his answer that Boeing, in fact did lie in an effort to protect the people who were storming. Joseph Menses house. That would absolutely be what's known as this positive evidence that would demonstrate that he was obstructing the ongoing investigation. At one point when a detective read him part of Bo in statement blaming men so for the violence, Belle laughed belt being the guy who actually did fire the shot gun. And said that was alive. Boeing encouraged him not to turn himself in. According to the police reports. Bowen and Tiffany Henry told Belle they had a lawyer for him and they would pay his cash bail. Tiffany Henry has worked as a top staffer for US Senator Tammy Baldwin running her Milwaukee office. Reports also claim that, according to Belle, the People's Revolution leader, Kaleo Coleman, used a bullhorn to tell everyone to quote delete the videos of the incident. Boeing and Henry were still with the group. At this time. Boeing and Henry New Bell was the one who shot the weapon because they were asking around, Belle told police. Bell stated that Boeing and Henry did not tell him to turn himself in. Bell stated, he told Bo and he just wanted to turn himself in. Bowen told Belle to see what the aftermath is. Bell stated that bow in new Bell was the individual with the shotgun and that Bell wanted to turn himself in. Neither Henry nor Coleman has been arrested or charged in connection with the attack. Incomprehensibly David Bowie in has not even made a statement to police. How is that even possible? At the very least. He is a witness. Who is claiming in this press release toe have material evidence that would aid in an ongoing investigation. At worst. He's an accessory after the fact of the attempted murder of a police officer. It is staggering to me and I think reeks. Of political protectionism that David Bowen was never interviewed in connection with this violent assault. No, I wanna Do a thought.
"john mckee" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Thirty six percent e type. going a mile and to Hatay just seems to be a big speed threat here for for ten hand who should be talking plenty about over the next couple of weeks and John McKee up road, the source of Bell Tara and interesting that he's taken some mounts quoting week at this. Also I think hot Jane Dangerous and like to. It's the seven in in the fourth as starts in race three, which goes at one fifty today and not only can you take an interest in this down? On this force out but it appears that yesterday or over the last thirty six hours or so fissile down established themselves a twitter and they followed me so I followed them back and then I went and looked I thought wait a minute. Why have they not been onto sure enough new. New Account who was the first follower of fissile down Yours truly you bet ed the Rosa will forever be locked into that position as the first follower. Of. This'll down. Well done. It's always a pleasure to support the home team and yeah, just. Racing only account a couple years ago and that was gone and you know Jack. Has the Rossinot too so. Separate, separate messaging, I suppose and then real quick Keeneland I think Oh Serafina If she's ninety two I'm nervous because I feel like. She's who she was in the winter She won't be nine to to but I'm very eager to see her comeback You know she she was second to Razz rest in peace who is certainly a good thing as a maiden in the Martha Washington. G.. Q.. And that came right back and won the May again. So eager to see her return for Joe Sharp and You know off the terrorist I'm not sure many opportunities I haven't looked at the the scratches, the surface change, but maybe on the main track she can She can be a good one. I'd actually be fine with two zero, one, five to two. What else today? think I had a couple turf? Luke's which are gone unfortunately Porn.
"john mckee" Discussed on Hysteria 51
"Early years. Ken Burns nine part. All right I'll bet. Smalls was born to a house slave Lilia polite in Belfort south. Carolina April Fifth, eighteen thirty nine. That's usually how they have some just. Like, you're talking about. Sunday's going to be exciting, so make it as dry as possible. Border House, slave. Buford Party was born to this house slave, and that plays into his formidable years. Lots of lots of debate over how you say this by people who aren't from South Carolina, it's Beaufort or Beaufort Beaufort Beaufort Beaufort Buford. At least what if you live there? You can call it whatever you want us to like all. I think anyone all. Where are you from? All I hate when people go to New Orleans for the first time House Dahlan's. You live in Chicago. NYLONS where'd you go Cincinnati Cincy? San Fran. No one ever just takes a shit and go I was in Philly. I don't even understand with. The streets and let's move on the wonderful. Wonderful topic goes name so ever cut me off when I'm talking about Philly. So you mentioned that he was born to Lydia, polite, no-one, one or police, no one is certain. Who is dad was it could have been? Could have been his owner John McKee. Some say was his his son Henry. Others say it was this I got him patrick smalls a plantation manager. which would make sense given? The last name on the nose may may that up. But what is clear is that the Mckee family favourite Robert smalls over the other slave That's always talk about being being born. You know how slave it's different than being born in the the field. If you ever watched that movie Django, unchained. The House slave was Samuel Jackson and then he was given preferential treatment over you know the other slave. And also he was, he was half, black, and half white, and so in this crazy fucked up world that is mid century. LAMMERS exactly exactly. So, if he his mom was worried that he was too comfortable, and just like almost didn't see slavery as that matter thing because life is pretty decent so his mother. went to educate him, so she she made him go work in the fields. Even though he didn't have to she also took him to the whipping post in town where they would whip slaves for trying to get away or doing whatever. Made him wearing to read stupid shit, you know. She even made him witness leave auction. Yep, to say it worked is in understated I. Guess what he saw this stuff he goes. You know what F. This I'm going to become a defiant slave provide immediate act like a normal. Human being right right? Exactly you do. Anyone in his position would would have the strength to do right like he didn't like being told what to do, so he wound up in jail a lot as a as a youth so much so that his mom then made a request, she was worried about his safety, so she asked McKee that the owner to allow smalls to go to Charleston to be rented out to work. Which again we're? This is when you say this. A few times in this episode is awful. Property League right that's. It's so terrible what they call it Chattel or whatever was? Time. It's slavery. If an owner had extra slaves for the work that needed to be done meaning, they had more people in less work, they could rent out the extras and still profit from them. Because as you said it was just property, he goes. Yeah, so he agrees he sends them out. And by the time he's nineteen in a number of jobs was allowed to keep one dollar of his wages a week. The owner took the rest. That's actually a lot. Compared to someone who is not making anything because you're just because you're because you're allowed to keep him because he was allowed to keep any. Far Far more valuable than that. With what John of education achieved, he took a he took a number of jobs and Many of them were were on the water arbiter, and he learned that harbor better than most people in Charleston Charleston Harbor Yeah and it was in Charleston that he earned the job on the C S S planter. The planner was as big steamer US mostly in the areas cotton trade prior to the civil war. It's called CSS because it was for the confederates still. And it was the planter, so it's a Charleston's also where he met his wife, Hannah a slave from the kingman family working at a Charleston Hotel. With their owner's permission, the two moved into an apartment together and had two children Elizabeth and Robert Junior. This is just so crazy to me because he he must have been a hell of a guy outside of all this because they gave him a lot of favor especially when he's like acting out against slavery, but he was still just very smart, very very very smart, and that's one of the reasons that a lot of historians believe that McKee actually was his dad, because no one other than your like like family with pity on right I. Mean don't get me wrong. Letting someone keep one dollar a month from the work they do or letting them know be adults in is not a is in today's parlance is stupid and shows weakness No. No. No. What I say is in today's Today's parlance is is still horrible, but compared to the way the other slaves were treated at the time. It was very favourable, and that's why McKee was his father, but he was aware that this this was no guarantee of permanent marriage, because not only could McKee change his mind. Her owners has owners could change their mind as well so. He asked his wife's owner if he could purchase his family outright, they agreed to really big price eight hundred dollars.
"john mckee" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"They WANNA fire when I get done whether so they already offered a buyer and I sit there. Hers went down and she's going to have a nice home and make baby. Oh there you go all right I was GONNA. I was curious if they were going to if they were going to do maybe a second career with her and you know because obviously a horse like this. This is not hours that you're GONNA put out in the field. I mean they know now now now yeah. She'd make a nice riding horse. cushy general deriding generals do anything wealth but they WANNA have a few babies. So that's good but me. I love it Ed Dog we should ask you've been on the circuit for a long time You've gotta be excited about what's going on turf way. Oh Yes yes yes. Yes there early October. We didn't think we had a job. You know everything looks awful Nice so far. So Ah the this is what Let's say just looking. This is the third race tonight. Seven thirteen she drew the one. She's got John McKee and McKee's ridder you know quite a quite a handful of times and we'll be. We'll be in there watching and rooting for for win. Number twenty start one nine prom theme and Doug great to connect the best wishes not just the tonight but going forward and for twenty twenty. Thank you appreciate it. All she can give me a Christmas present tonight. It'd be perfect right. The Prom theme. I wanted everybody to get behind it. It's a great story and Doug Sadder right for the the from the day she got claimed the for eight thousand is probably. She's probably made one hundred twenty five hundred thirty two thousand or so for you. Yeah probably more than that. She's made a little over two hundred right now and I don't know how much.
"john mckee" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Up straight ahead at three fifty one. bringing you closer to your Green Bay Packers its backers insiders with Wayne layer of eighty. voice of the Packers with us good afternoon Wayne. join John McKee or tomorrow afternoon at three twenty PM where you literally talk the latest Packers news and developments this is in college football this is a man flee experience with this sponsored by Miller lite getting you ready for a free gold game day here on the hall major Green Bay Packers W. G. M. J.. looks like your the first one up for you grab a Cup of coffee step down from your R. V. and find a stump to have a seat and simply enjoy the wonders of nature early summer morning when you see the sun shine through the trees overhead you realize it's one of the most beautiful things a person can expiry. you'll take the kids on a nature hike and go for a swim in the crystal clear waters you only five hours away from the big city for help tell yeah there's nothing like getting away from it all this is Tim waiting rooms like these are precious and you know what they're not as out of grass is you may think of enjoying the great outdoors to choose then come on down and check out one of the country's largest varieties of recreational vehicles because the RV lifestyle isn't just for the rich and famous it's for you to. to show you just how horrible it can be when you buy from Burlington RV because like I've been saying the more you know the farther you go. the visit Burlington RV dot com remember our old farm all stable lots of memories yeah like doing pancakes off your plate when you were looking white good times you know our.
"john mckee" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"You lovely MAC is love it. You like everybody likes Fleetwood MAC? So some crew members working at Mickey D's in Fleetwood England, got a chance to meet Fleetwood MAC after thousands of Facebook users joined a campaign calling for Stevie nicks to work a shift. The restaurant, they event on Facebook called upon Stevie. They head into the branch. This is in Lancashire of McDonald's, almost namesake of her band, while the petition prompted twenty thousand signatures was the Bandou instead invited the McDonald's workers to attend their sold out show at Wembley stadium. The other night, sounds like a much better option than happy to go and work in McDonalds. Photo taken backstage shows the McDonald's crew. Hanging out with Mick, and Stevie in John Mckee, and Christine rest to the band before being given the chance to watch them from the side of the stage. Cool, actually, it was paying tastic evening saying, MAC, live have the opportunity share the spirits of some of the Cleveland. Mcdonald's team said the franchise owner, I'm still amazed the ban getting touch. We're lucky our restaurant shares the name. Mcdonald's employee said, quote, after the Fleetwood, MAC meeting Fleetwood, MAC, the restaurant team left the stage and enjoy the night of live entertainment.
"john mckee" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"The Mariners, the Rangers, one of the surprise teams of two thousand nineteen hundred pets got it done again to delivery. That's high MD to left field by pins, it is Jay, Bruce back to the wall, looking out that call is history a towering home, run through hundred Pence. It's his tenth of the year. And the Rangers add insurance, they lead it to nothing in the six EDNA del one of five point three the fan, the Rangers are now over five hundred hundred Pence hitting over three hundred his ten th home run of the year in that spot. Came. The day the game of the day was north of the border in Toronto. The Red Sox in the Blue Jays. Vladimir Guerrero junior has been red hot in the last week that continued in the bottom of the fourth Juwan pitched flabby swung on belted, Tepe centerfield Bradley just going to look up that ball. Winning over the blight. Dang not might hit the scoreboard. What Guerrero junior with his first home run at home as a blue Jay his fifth of the season head it was a shot. Sports at five ninety the fan. These two teams play into extra innings in the top of the twelve. Looked like the Red Sox. We're going to take control. There's a swinging to drive to center field that ball is hit well, Grischuk going back to the wall lips up. John Mckee bets with a solo shot here. The twelve and the Red Sox lead five four. Yeah. From W E, ninety three point seven FM. The Blue Jays were down to their last out in the bottom of the twelfth inning. This is what it's ended like the two one fast. News. I know that that voice that would be Dan Schulman on Rogers sports net. And the Blue Jays tied the game in the bottom of the twelfth in the top of the thirteenth the Red Sox at delete pitches. Walk driven deep left center, way back by Chaveas and gone. Homerun for shaves in the Red Sox lead at six five. Absolutely crushed to the left of center field into the seats. Michael shave his with his tenth Thome run is twenty fifth five B I giving the Red Sox six five lead that he crushed that joke is Sigli on with the punctuation Mark on that broadcast, and w e ninety three point seven FM. The Red Sox win the game sixty five we got, Sarah lanes, we got shabby, and we got Josh bell. Coming up. Let's get to it. The man. Voice. Login. Place has boob Shembe on baseball tonight. Boop Chambi the legends in California called the Braves and the giants game the other day on Tuesday night with Mr. Rick Sutcliffe book how you doing? I will BUSTER shaken. Now much. I'm going to tap into what you learned about the Braves in the giants coming up here in a little bit. But I, I, I wanted to get your perspective on this, because you have broadcast a lot of games some of them really good games for really good teams. And some of them for really bad teams. And we wanna play for you a clip from last night..
"john mckee" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"Cut number seventeen. This is hilarious. I was looking. I just happened. I'd be coming around the internet for people diagnosing the president. You have all sorts of armchair. And not even armchair actual psychologists and psychiatrists who are putting their professional credentials on the line diagnosing the president as insane. This psychiatrists brought up dementia. His name is Dr John Gartner. Listen to this two things. I would point to is one. If you've managed catches to our CPAC speech, he was openly rambling. It just didn't make sense it sounded like the wild sort of gyrations and meandering sort of thought disorder of someone who really has something cognitively wrong with them. I remember when I first started suggesting that he was unfair because of his severe personality disorder malignant narcissism, which is the personality disorder shared by most murderous dictators. I said, well, it's not like he's openly flagrantly thought disordered, it's really more this severe personality disorder. But of course, if he were overly schizophrenic or openly thought disorder, then they people think that they could remove him into the twentieth of the men, but anything short of that they wouldn't even and now actually we are seeing a flagrant thought disorder in the form of this gross cognitive deterioration and still people are normalizing it. Dr John Gartner was referring to the speech. He gave it CPAC that was the one where the day after his speech at CPAC. I was reading from nNcholas B's review of. His speech on reason dot com. And he said, this is the speech that convinced nNcholas be that he was going to be reelected in two thousand twenty. I think the the title of his article was Trump just one Trump just wrapped up the twenty twenty election. And nNcholas be admitted it was a rambling speech because he was doing it without notes, I guess that's the definition of rambling. He was just up there. Winging it talking without notes. But the crowd was enraptured. They were they were hanging on his every word they were loving it. He was getting laughs. He was doing standup comedy everything else. Dr John Gartner saw the same speech. And he said it was he was rambling so much that it was proof of pre dementia. Dr John Gartner went on and on this YouTube video in his analysis, and he picked out many different reasons why he thinks the president is suffering from a mental disorder. He even mentioned Kofi or Kafi that he makes up words like Kofi only insane people doing this is a real doctor who's saying this. So my question to you is who's the crazy one who is the crazy one? I think the country has gotten crazier since Donald Trump is elected. I just happen to think it's not Donald Trump the one who's losing marbles. I think he's doing things like some kind of mad scientist because he is a little bit mad. He is a little bit of a a strange operator the president. You know, even coming down to the the weekend. And then the follow up attacks on John McCain, which are I don't even know if I want to call them tax they keep saying their attacks on John McCain. He basically is he's keeping his attitude that he had about John McCain while he was alive has changed zero percent. So he is being just as harsh on John McCain as he was when he was alive. Do you? Call that honesty, or do you call that insanity? So theme of today's show at least in the first hour here is who's the who's the crazy one? We have a lot of people Mitt Romney got in on the game. He he seems to be scratching his head. I cannot believe the president was attacking such a good, man. John McCain, and he was essentially questioning the the president sanity a lot of people. I heard Jeffrey Toobin. Saying that he can't even believe it questioning the sanity of Republicans who aren't speaking up against Donald Trump. Listen to this. How pathetic that fifty Republican senators have said nothing about this incredibly disgraceful performance by the president about John McCain about their longtime colleague, John McCain. The fact that Johnny Isakson who is on a national level, a deeply obscure figure that that makes news because they are all such unbelievable cowards because they're afraid of Republican primaries. So the Republicans are the cowards, but I wanna talk about the president's sanity. John Mckee, George Conway tweeted out diagnostic criteria for narcissistic personality disorder. Which the doctor John Gartner the psychologist? He said he diagnosed him without a long time ago. But now he thinks that he has dementia. So that that psychologist is going in on pre dementia dementia that mental disorders, perhaps he he said neurological disorders that he doesn't think the president can can think straight, but George Conway is going with narcissistic personality disorder, and he he posted the the diagnosis on Twitter. That the person suffers from the following a grandiose sense of self importance, exaggerates achievements and talents expects to be recognized as superior without commensurate achievements. He is preoccupied with fantasies of unlimited successes. Power brilliance, beauty or idea love it goes on and on. I'm asking you. Is the president crazy or is he making people crazy? Eight hundred three eight five two four eight six six who's the crazy one eight three three eight five two four, Tom. We'll be right back..
"john mckee" Discussed on This Week in Science
"Volcanoes as j three is located at high elevation on the content that are bide futures that prevent deep. Hydrothermal water offers from reaching this area Homen said s j three other Simos springs are fed by high volumes of volcanic gases that are generated by boiling hydrothermal waters, and as those rise towards the surface these gases in mixed with near service waters. And so they're getting a very interesting and does have the implications of of early life on earth. In life on other planets is. These. He knows that. I'll say oh course. Volcanic gas ends up is very different from gases that are present in our atmosphere in that lack oxygen. So while we always looking for those oxygen rich planets to discover life on planet. The really amazing thing about the the gases that are infusing. This pool is that they lack oxygen? This is this is an oxygen free environment for the most part of that. These are these are a hugely biodiverse. It's great. And we know that our plan is started pre oxygenation with and so to see an example currently on the planet with huge biodiversity and no action. Is and it's not deep under the water. It's not a black smoker under the water. Says. This is more Cody voice from way. Just what nearby. Hot springs doesn't necessarily tell you how to burst is. But as soon as you measure the ph the spring other measurements. We knew the sampling. We were sampling unique spring. Moreover, many lineages that we detected have recently garnered significant attention because their potential form on the abolution of method. No Genesis biologic ration- of methane. In addition previously pipes of methanogens and deep branching microbial Lynch's associated with subsurface environments underground environments, and many other enigmatic lineages says it is likely that additional studies assistance intriguing Oregon will yield important insights into microbial ecology, and will shed new light into a role in the evolution of biogeochemical processes. So this is what we've old school view. Was live started in a primary or pool of gooey. This is maybe a living example of primordial pool of in best example of a medium and scenario for which wife to to exist and to flourish and to be diverse. So yeah. Tremendous fine national park. Great reason for us to keep those national parks. Yeah. Maintained matching if that was a parking lot. So very easily. But we don't have to imagine that right now, we've had a wonderful couple of hours of science, and we have come to the end of our show. So I want to say thank you to you for listening for being a part of all of this. Thank you to Fatah or helping with show, notes and social media. And thank you entity four for helping to record the show. Thank you to Gord McLeod, then Roth for helping out in the chat room, keeping everything. Hunky Dory over there, and I would also like to say thank you to our patriots sponsors. Thank you to Paul Disney. Richard Onuma said dire. Stu pollock. Philip Shane Ken as Harrison proud. Charlene. Henry Joshua fury. Steve devel-, Alex Wilson. Tony steel Craig Landon Mark bazaars, Jack, Matthew Lipman Jason Roberts Bill. Bob called her time jeopardy. One nine Eric nap, Richard Bryan Condron Dave neighbor in Jeff Seth. Granny Stephen Alber on John rattener Swamy, Dave fried L, Darryl. My shack Andrews once in Paul Rona, vich, Coron Benton, pseudostate day, Wilkinson big Nell. Richard porter noodles, Kevin Reardon, Kristof Zouk, neck as Sheesh pansy, Lisi's, Adkins, Serra Chavez RT. I'm Rick Ramos. Paul John Mckee Jason olds Brian Carrington. Christopher dryer, Lisa's Lazinski, Jim Roope..
"john mckee" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Game the studio Elliott Marty Jones begun giving credit. It wasn't even a question that takes off the words, and I know for fact, there were some name writers, you know, one very well known. Rider who probably affected the running of the Belmont when he wrote against him. But I I think there was some conversation between that writer and John service at that rider. Jerry belly wanted to ride smarty Jones, not I think some conversations of place, and you gotta give John granted stuck with. To you know. And I just thought that the only mistake maybe pending in may, you know, staying up here in the wintertime when that horse shit, you know, I know I got family of here. But it's not alone time. I'd have to be going. I'm going to Florida for this winter, you know, and and try to maintain connection with the worst down there because you're right down there. And maybe it would've turned out different. But you know, I've made mistakes that route my career were I was very comfortable. My my comfort zone was keystone, Philadelphia, park and parts and never left when I had opportunity to ride for different trainers. I wrote orders for LeRoy jolly, I wrote orange his rank white league browley Juergens and at virginity at one eighty nine yards and my comfort zone and were of several other reasons was stay in that t- stone Philadelphia park. And maybe Frankie decided I'm gonna stay where I'm most comfortable, and I've had the most experience of success. But I think Frankie maybe could feel the deal. He says. Says I'm going to Florida for the winter. I mean, what are you going to miss days like this on horses in the morning? What are you going to miss, you know, days cancelation, and maybe a bunch of winners, but you'll take and you'll you'll you'll maintain probably contact with Maximus mischief and stay on. And you know what? You'll also advertise yourself. Well, if you just had moderate success when you go to Florida at this time of year, even with all the heavy has down there. If you have moderate success, nobody expecting you like the world on fire have maters excess winsome raises put your name out there. Probably wind up having contact with other known trainers. You know, it would have done his his business. Good. I don't know. What influencing just to stay up here. Whether is agent Bobby Marquel? Didn't wanna let him go. Or you know, he could have maintained contact with Bobby. When it came back. But he also could go into Florida and gotten a Florida Jin. I'm sure somebody taking that's well known down. There. Frankie should have gone to Florida. That's my take on it. But as a my take on it is those owner should stop waiting. It's a very it's very difficult. Scenario. We we bring up Jeremy rose Johnny Rotem that day in the in the rebel. And then rose was back. He then wrote on the rest of his career. And you know, I I know there's people that. That will say. Rose may have made a mistake in the derby in going as close down inside is he did, you know, which might not have been the best part of of the racetrack. And that you know that Alex kind of bogged down late in that race. You know, obviously, there's people that are going to continue to critique Stuey regarding smarty Jones in the Belmont, the other horse that comes to mind who did. Stick with with a writer through the season lawyer run, and and John Mckee. Bob Holtus until until lawyer, Ron. Moved to the Pletcher and then at that point Mckee Makita ride from that point. But Bob old. This was was undeterred the he was writing John Mckee, no matter what on on lawyer, Ron I remember that was also a, you know, a quote unquote regional writer that and didn't we have we had this with? We had this with the good Philly withstand with Stanley gold with. Oh my gosh. With awesome. Feather. Who was the writer down there? The from Florida that. You know, everybody was trying to buzz around to get him knocked off had Stanley wouldn't wouldn't hear of it? Yeah. You know, you gotta get people. Greg it when they do stick with the right?.
"john mckee" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"The other horse that comes to mind who did stick with with a writer through the season lawyer run and and john mckee bob holtus until until lawyer ron moved to the pletcher and then at that point mckee makita ride from that point but bob old this was was undeterred the he was writing john mckee no matter what on on lawyer ron i remember that was also a you know a quote unquote regional writer that and didn't we have we had this with we had this with the good philly withstand with stanley gold with oh my gosh with awesome feather who was the writer down there the from florida that you know everybody was trying to buzz around to get him knocked off had stanley wouldn't wouldn't hear of it yeah you know you gotta get people greg it when they do stick with the right i guess i have the riders plane of you being a a ride or a never been a world class right or just being a and butter typewriter that stayed at the the the tracks that weren't new york or california or the romy racetrack you know and i kinda sympathize with the ryder i guess that gets taken off like that but in all reality you know i think it's when a rider has experienced with a horse and especially a horse like mattress michio i mean he's been wanting since before he ever started he's been on him in the morning he knows the horse very well he's ridden him in races so he knows how he reacts to situation you know i guess maybe i got that one jockey point of view always looking out for the jockey and you know what and the reality is situation is owners and trainers you know they can make changes and you know i understand where you're looking to make jane a high profile high highly experienced writer in those money raises but you know i always looked at those races those money raises when i get out june you get on the horse maybe there's some feelings of most before you ride the race you know you're under pressure i remember right from the first race i rode to any kind of derby or whatever i wrote once i got on the horse and i remember saying to myself when i first race i wrote i you know you're nervous your kid you know you're in jock you never wrote a race once i left the paddock and got on this horse i remember going to mine woody nervous about this is what you're trying to do he doesn't have any you know emotion that's what a good athlete does and i think frankie's good as some people aren't good as and they let zion and emotion beat him up i always like this is what you trained into got nothing to do with the purse with the competition of it has to do is with new sitting on this worst performing something you drain to do and you know how to do all the emotional way this is what you trained to do it you know and i also feel like it's one of those things if things don't go right.
"john mckee" Discussed on REAL 92.3
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