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"justin felts" Discussed on Harvard Classics
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"justin felts" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett
"When I got my pitch, I didn't miss it. So if there's a lot of different ways to potentially skin this cat in hit Do you see any merit in what rich teaches? Could it work for some people? A. Not Not, when you're star pupil, six, eight, two hundred and seventy pounds and misset balls Arab work while take Aaron. Judge out of the equation. Mean just seeing. just some of what he teaches. Where where where do you find the most fault in it? Drop in the barrel. That do. Latin You're breaking up Jeff. just drop the barrel and Supernova this right here. I don't see how that I don't know what that is. I don't know. Richland respond to that. Yeah Rich. Do! Aaron judge is six seven to eighty. Sky King Five, nine, one eighty. Opened doing what I teach, both of them and balls there Scott and souvenirs. Here's Scott Super. Meeting taking ninety eight mile an hour from Barker bueller up at his shoulders out of the park, but Judy Hotel. You don't do it. So richer some success that is a question. We got from a periscope. Who are some successful big leaguers that don't hit? In the way that you'd like to see them hit. Who Swings? You think are sub optimal. Nolan. Nado is one that's come up a couple of times. I don't know anything about a swing. Aeronautica was his head. He does. He does what I teach with the rest of his body. I don't. Quite, honestly I don't pay attention to hitters. Don't do right. But I can tell you. There's very filling the cardinals that do it right, so take your pick. Any any specific one I got was I don't know if you've looked at him. In the past with Frank Thomas seems to have an unorthodox swing kind of front foot, and I know he's not a frontal gator. Neither was Thousand Miles on. Maybe I misspoke when I said that but Tesla but off Frank Thomas, if you could I don't I, don't I can see his swing in my mind. I have looked at in the past. I haven't looked down a long time, so I'm not prepared. Frank Thomas. Fair enough. I am dead. Go for Jeff, yeah. I played against dogs a long. He was absolutely front foot hitter. Absolutely not. He launched his hat off of his rear leg. Let him let him finish in an awkward moment than most, but he launched off his back late. Go Go Jeff. Frank Thomas did the wall ranch style. Hitting all the white sox did back then baddies funny finishes with their swings Baynes. Lance Johnson Dedi, Martinez. All these guys had that lies. Guys were out front I play with the white sox organization in Winter Ball. They talk these guys that way. So I mean I've. Probably played fifty games in my career against frank, Thomas and Thomas had any story about Frank Thomas. Free Richie, because I killed the White Sox, and every time or standing around the batting cage Frank Thomas when they're stretching next to the cage was safe fry. How many hits you today? To three because he knew, I was a good hitter and he's a hall of Famer. When you say front foot hitter. Front foot hitter guy that actively like gets to his front foot before the bat starts to come through the zone like it's A. I picture someone fool. You know. When I'm picturing Frank Thomas up a white sox fan, so Frank Thomas was front center those nineties teams. I can't picture like lunging at the ball, but. Again like he did have it on earth. That act swing. Suggest when you say front foot hitter is at. Am I describing what you're like what you see when you when you say that guy like a guy that gets to his front flip. I Guy Pitcher got against fooled like pitchers pitcher. You know whenever I heard pitchers. Talk about you know how they work somebody. They're always trying to get somebody to their frontside. So that's made sense to me to not actively get to my front side so when? You know when I picture somebody getting their frontside early. It's some food swing. From a rich. How do you teach hitters to make adjustments? First of all. The barrel is launched reared when it's launched. Because it's launched reward, you are not making a commitment to specific point or contact. And as the barrel comes around the corner, you're aiming or intending to hit the spot you decided or chose when you launched a you have the ability to. Move, in a different direction and still go up through the ball with power. Because it was launched reward. If you launch forward, you're making a commitment. The moment you launch to a specific spot and if you have to the ball moves, and you have to make an adjustment, you are toast. Whatever adjustments consider when you were planning. Coach tells you make an adjustment. What was the first thing you are? You kinda went to. Well the thing when I would get in trouble, get under the ball I get a hit pop ups, so I had a one of my best friends. To this day. When I came up in ninety, two of the Rangers was one of the batting practice pitcher for the Rangers and. So. He threw me in the off season time. Whenever I would hit the ball on the top of the cage and get under Yell at me to get my hands up so I basically when I started swing out. Get here lapse instead of swinging like this and hitting line drives. So that's what works for me. If a for me. input on this for me Justin was always mental. If I was late I needed to try and be early if I was early out trying to drive the ball the other way. Whatever makes my judgments Raleigh's the opposite of what I was doing poorly to try and get myself back to neutral. 'cause neutral was always. Drive, the ball gap the gap. Line drives. But. I in the cage we you know sometimes guys would give you mechanical adjustments and to me a mechanical. Justin felt like. There's more going on up here than I needed mentally and for me..
"justin felts" Discussed on Comments By Celebs
"Before we start we are so excited to tell you guys that the soup is back on E. Wednesdays at ten nine Central Avenue Hosts Woman Jade Caterpillar. And she is great like the thing about her is that she herself is. Superfan so everything she's talking about. She's so excited and she's kind of giving her observation. Quit and you know the soup. It's everything from the latest. Tv moments both viral videos. Everything in between. She's a lot of really hilarious. Commentary is just a good time. She's a lot of fun to watch so back on Wednesdays at ten nine central. Hey guys I'm Emma and I'm Julie and we're the calls behind comments by CELEBS and welcome back to this week's bonus episode. How you I mean. Obviously I'm doing good. We're talking about Uber. Yes so this week. We kind of decided we wanted to do something. A little bit topical and as you know Justin's album changes came out on February fourteenth. And he did this. Really indepth interview with Zane Lowe that we washed. And we're like we have to discuss this more Ryan needed a fault while we were gonNA put into the section. I was like I need a fall for it. But that's these are my favorite bonus episodes when it just happened so naturally we wash something and we're like no we need a full forty five minutes greatest because that's exactly what you wanted without rising. This is what we are going to do like disgusting. I just want to talk about saying we watched. And you're like okay. I've watched everything. So why don't you figure out something to watch? I don't really think we can do a bonus episode on with cats. I was like God down. I know actually think we cut how we totally could have. Maybe yeah I think we could have. We won't pay who good idea anyway. So basically how we're going to do this or how. We think we're going to do this. That could always change. Is We basically? Julie transcribed a lot of the episode. I mean a lot of the interview and we're going to go through winter of pretty much all that we're going to kind of go through you know. Read some of the points do a discussion but for the most part we're going to go through kind of as it happened so yet input into our own orders. What I'm saying. No it's it's completely chronological of the interview. So the guy who did the interview? He's this man Zane Lowe he's New Zealand radio DJ and he hosts his own show on. Apple's International Radio Station Beats One. I was kind of you know I. I had never heard of him. And it's a big deal for Justin to do an interview like this but I was almost happy that I had no previous experience with this guy because it was totally. He was like a clean slate for me. Yeah I've watched a few things that he's done he's he's really good at deep interviews. Which is why. I think Justin chose to do this. Also Justin felts. Which if you haven't watched it. I highly recommend but also. If you don't have the time you can just listen to this. You know you can tell that. Just felt really comfortable being their first of all he was literally Jerseys and vans and heels odor. He looks good but he also just like. I think he felt safe. The word that I'm looking for a safe. Yes he didn't feel like this guy was looking for the click bait headlines. He felt like this was a conversation right. He felt like I think Justin went into this. And they talk about this a lot about like how it's not really an interview. It's more of a conversation and I think Justin went into it knowing that he was going to be able to get out what he wanted to get out of it. Exactly so we're going to go through and we'll see what happens you're ready. I'm ready so he starts by talking about his new album and he says quote. I feel like I'm gonNA cool vein but this album is super. It's just not very deep. You know I didn't go there like that. You know what I mean. I didn't go super deep with later on in the interview. They're talking about this which we'll get into but basically you know. He says that he wants to make more music about being married. And this album is just the first he wrote in his first year of marriage. And there's so much more to learn about commitment and building trust and Zane says something which I think is really true. He says that's what's great about changes. Its honeyman record. It would be sort of disingenuous to start diving deeper into that situation when you're just learning about the beginning stages right and that's a really good point which. I feel like when people when I've spoken to people at the album. What they've said is like it sounds great but the lyrics aren't anything. It's like what he wanted. This album to be was like a fun. R&b Album the lyrics needs to be anything more than just what they were. Basically in five years time he's not going to be reading Yummy Yummy was when the guy said honeymoon record. I was like you. My friend should coin that? Yeah he he nailed it yelled at. That's exactly the term so he starts off asking him why he stopped his torn two thousand seventeen. Because as you remember that was a whole thing I mean he was miserable for lack of a better word and you can see it. It's so funny. When you look at footage of the tour you can see it in his face he literally. He looks like he would wanna be anywhere else. But on that stage but also in watching this interview and Julia made this observation which I think is really true. His facial reactions are very Kind of complimentary to what he's talking about so you see. It was almost as if he was reliving. Everything they were talking about it and you saw it on his face so when he's reliving this would you could see kind of like the darkness and him. Yeah it's also it's just US face. This whole body changes with every single question like there are times where he's really tense and he's like bent over talking about it and then there's other times where. Zane ask them something that he's like really excited to speak about. And you kind of like loosens up like when he speaks about. Haley he takes a step back and he can sit and be loose and then when he's talking about what he went through during two thousand fifteen to two thousand seventeen he's world over again. I have to be honest and you know I really really liked Justin. I like really fully support him. The first couple of minutes watching this I was a little bit. Annoyed is the wrong word but I was a little bit like. Come on if you agree to do this interview. At least uncomfortable he was on. He was visibly uncomfortable. And I guess I was looking at it because of what we do from the perspective of the interviewer and I was like you could at least give this guy. I contact like he's sitting. You know what I mean and I felt at first. I was afraid that was going to the entire thing. It definitely changed so if you get through the first couple of minutes you'll see his demeanor change but the beginning. It was almost like he felt. This is how it felt as a viewer. I felt like he was forced to be there. And that clearly wasn't the case but in the beginning I was like dude fun. What it kind of also came off as and which is probably what happened is that I felt like until he got comfortable with it. You could see that. He was thinking about every single word that he was saying like. I think he is so scared to come off. Either unintelligent or come off and say single grade for saying that he doesn't mean that could be misconstrued so it's like every single word that came out of his mouth felt like he was thinking thoroughly about and it made him very tense. I so agree with you. So anyway in terms of the tour why he stopped he said you know. He was emotionally and physically tired and on top of that he was sick. He didn't know what at the time. Which of course was the Epstein Barr in the lime disease and he said he's like listen. I was eating really well. I was doing everything that I needed to just having seven twice a day like as if that was the he says if people say Broccoli you know what I mean is that was the pinnacle of Hell as if seven was penicillin. Yes exactly say no drinking one hundred ounces of water. Who's like I was having Salmon twice today? He was like the mom in a Cinderella story on Diet. I'm doing fine. How To so my dad when he says three sandwiches today but they were not widespread. Yeah exactly so anyway. Zane starts and he said it's clear anyone who hears this album and also to anyone who takes an interest in your life as a fan that the two of you meaning haven't Halley have found a really important bond and this has been hugely important development in your life which by the way I saw this in the beginning. But there's going to be reading we just but then we'll discuss and Justin said it's been a really big reason. Why coming back and why. I'm successful at this. She's definitely the reason there'd be no story without her she just ties it all together. I mean she's giving substance to talk about. She's the person that I'm learning to love. Unconditionally start a family with so regardless. If I saw another record I have a lot of peace just knowing that I have the rest of my life to build a relationship with a solid foundation of trust and patients and all the things that go into building a healthy relationship. Listen he's not telling US something that we don't know I know but I say I love to hear him say but I'm saying like I was nodding when you know and felt like his marriage. Counselor good yes yeah. That's what I want you to say. Yeah that's right Justin. So Zane says that when he listened to you like when I listened to what's been said from either view you it sounds like both of you to some degree. Knew it was right but he both had to go into it in your own way to confirm qualify that that was the case. How did you know I'm reading this? I'm reading this whole one verbatim. He goes I let her know prior prior to the two thousand seventeen when we were hanging out a lot. I said I'm still really hurt and still trying to figure out my way and I'm not ready to make a commitment to you in a way that you know and I just don't want to say something and do the opposite. I was at the point where I'd done that in the past. Just honest with her. I was like you know. I'm not just in a place to be. I'm not in a place to be faithful and all the stuff that I wanted to be but I just wasn't there yet. This is something that came up a lot and I know we'll get more into it. Which by the way Julian. I have not spoken about this. No not at all like I watched the interview this morning purposely so that we would not have spoken about it before but viewed watched it last night. There's no way that we would have not spoken. Yeah exactly as I was dying to speak to tell you that I watched it. My Dad drove me into the city. Today you think well I put it on the things he was just hearing the obviously was watching the road but after he's like wow. I didn't know that as bad as parents. I didn't know he was so religious. Like he was really got a lot out of it. I love that. I love that for your news very very educational experience. Yeah that's great. That's good things that he needed the hymie needed and I felt like just the needed. Your Dad's validation. Wait this is a really good time to make the announcement that I've wanted to say on air for a long time. I have no idea what you're about to say Ping Pong table. Oh my God yeah. I don't think I've ever said this publicly. Oh yes I go to your dad's drawn out like maybe could happen in some alternate universe. No I'm saying we at the time. Nothing that we ever said could have ever gone to Justin Bieber now. It's not the craziest thing that Jordin sparks. Knowing that we love no air. That was the coolest thing ever hold on..
"justin felts" Discussed on Crimes of Passion
"Of love and out of fear of her volatile temper but justin felt none of that duty to Celeste. One Police Police Sergeant Paul Night Question Justin. He suggested nights speak with a woman named Tracy Tarleton when Jennifer and her friends arrived at the hospital. Jennifer's boyfriend Christopher also mentioned tracy even saying the woman was in love. What's the last Sergeant night followed up on the teenager. Suspicions he ran a search on tracy discovering several. Dwi is on her record early. that Saturday morning he and detective Rick Wines Pay Tracy visit at home. Tracy opened the front door to find two police officers standing on her front porch. Her heart sank. She felt no surprise. Only dismay as the officers officers introduce themselves tracy trying to calm her breathing she was sure they could hear her heart pounding in her chest. She worried that they could tell now just by the look in her eyes that she was guilty. She forced herself to stop and take a breath when she left the officers then then they spoke lately casually like they were trying to put her at ease or get her to let down her guard. Tracy wouldn't fall for it as a questioned her. She thought carefully before each answer making certain she didn't reveal anything suspicious. She told them that she knew Celeste but they were just friends. She admitted that she knew Steve but not well then they asked about her her gun. When Tracy showed the officers her shotgun? Detective wines noted that it had been cleaned recently Lee. He could still smell the cleaning. Fluid Tracy told them she had been shooting skeet. A few nights earlier officers asked to confiscate the weapon so oh they could test it then they asked Tracy would come to the sheriff's Department for further questioning. Tracy agreed there after a few hours of questioning questioning. She admitted that she and Celeste had been romantically involved but she insisted that she had nothing to do. With Steve Shooting in less than a week however ballistics testing confirmed that the shotgun shell from the floor of Steve Beards bedroom match. Tracy Charlton's ends weapon officers arrested. Tracy charging her with aggravated assault an injury to the elderly. She was released on a twenty five thousand dollar earlier bond after Tracy got out on. Bail the two women found time to see each other two to three times a week. At these meetings Celeste bitterly complained to Tracy about Steve. She was shocked and angry that he had survived. The shooting Seles told tracy that she dreaded the day Steve would be released from the hospital. She still hoped he might die from his injuries. But Tracy prayed he would live if not she could be charged. I with murder at the hospital. Steve remained in the ICU. Following surgery while he was incapacitated passage heated. Celeste decided it was time for her to take control of his bank accounts. She contacted Steve's attorney but he refused to give Celeste full access zest to the finances instead he allowed her in allowance for household. Spending Seles wasted no time finding ways to spend thousands sounds of dollars on what she said. were necessary updates and improvements to her home over the next two months she spent over five hundred thousand thousand dollars of Steve's money Steve was dimly aware of her spending but was too focused on his health to stop her. He figured he would address their issues once. He was better but his recovery came slowly. The shooting had weakened his immune system. He was highly vulnerable to infection. He was surprised when the police arrested Tracy. But despite Celestin Tracy's close relationship he didn't seem to suspect his wife's involvement in the attack Seles. Outrage was convincing. She told him that she hated Tracy for what she had done. Steve didn't realize that Celeste and Tracy were continuing to meet in secret all the while. A Steve Gradually improved. Celeste mental health declined. She was infuriated to be the subject of gossip and rumors around Austin when a local newspaper ran story raising questions about the nature of Seles relationship with Tracy. Seles call the editor in chief to complain. When Colon radio shows discussed the case on air? Celeste telephone the deejays to defend herself. She seemed more concerned with salvaging her reputation mutation than with helping Steve get better. Her limited ability to empathize with Steve's distress was typical for someone with narcissistic cystic tendencies. Studies indicate that between sixteen and thirty nine percent of patients diagnosed with borderline personality disorder. Such a Celeste test also show symptoms of narcissistic personality disorder the diagnostic and Statistical Manual for Mental Disorders states that narcissists I have an impaired ability to recognize or identify with the feelings and needs of others. It further states that narcissists are excessively attuned into the reaction of others but only if perceived as relevant to solve after plotting Steve's death Seles could only see how the botch murder her attempt negatively affected her stuck in a hospital bed. Steve Sometimes felt abandoned by. Celeste and their relationship suffered though Celeste made regular visits to Steve at the hospital the two frequently argued about her spending habits or about her neglecting him around Christmas time nearly three months following the shooting. Celeste returned home after a screaming. Match in Steve's hospital room she picked a fight with Christina culminating and Seles snatching picture frame and throwing it against the wall she then took a piece of broken broken glass from the frame and held it to her arrest. Christina contacted police who transported Celeste to a psychiatric hospital for an Overnight Stay Steve Cod Christina to comfort her after the episode telling her she sick. She doesn't mean these things as he had throughout their marriage. Steve Clung to the belief that somehow things would eventually settle down and return to normal. Perhaps when he was out of the hospital and could keep closer. Eye on Celeste. By January of two thousand Steve's condition had improved enough for him to be discharged urged. Celeste told his doctors that she was against his release claiming that he wasn't ready but Steve wanted to go home. He spent just one night in his own bed before Seles brought him back to the hospital. She said he was acting confused. and complaining of chest pains Doctors examined Steve and found that he was suffering from a yeast infection. The admitted him to the hospital despite his protests that he was getting better after his first night back in the hospital. Steve seemed alert but after a few days his health took a sharp decline. Aw on January. Twenty second seventy five year old. Steve Beard died suddenly of Pulmonary. Embolism the county medical. Examiner ruled that the blood clot was a complication from his gunshot wound so he listed the cause of death as murder.
"justin felts" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Welcome back this is the bench got a big hour for you coming up a little bit later on in the hour we'll be taking your phone calls here on the dentures and done that in awhile so get ready for that will be hearing from you the people but we begin at this hour with actually a report from across the seas this is an amazing story from the U. K. independent and it goes to show you how political correctness does kill people people actually get killed thanks to political correctness when you get independent dozens of teenage girls suspected of being groomed and abuse in Manchester by gangs of men from Asian background so you have to understand that when you K. independence as Asian backgrounds this is a euphemism for Muslim men is it is the euphemism that is used in the U. K. usually the south Asian I mean Pakistan of Pakistani origin is typically what what they mean they do not mean like Chinese or Korean people when they say Asian background dozens of teenage girls suspected of being groomed abuse in Manchester by gangs of men from Asian backgrounds were failed because police upset and feared upsetting race relations according to a new pro victims repeatedly alerted officers about sexual assault giving names and addresses of those involved but in almost all cases no action was taken now a bombshell report suggests greater Manchester police and the city council Sheldon investigation into what was happening at least partially because of the quote many sensitive community issues they felt faced with the one hundred forty five page in the menu review says concerns were expressed about the risk of proactive tactics or the incitement to racial hatred so in other words let girls be groomed and raped because we are afraid of upsetting the local Muslim population or we are afraid of creating a racist backlash to Muslims in the area the report is the authorities knew that many victims were being subjected most profound abuse and exploitation but did not protect them from the perpetrators this is a depressingly familiar picture and has been seen in many other towns and cities across the country the verdict forms part of the probe carried out by childcare expert Malcolm Newsome and former Cambridgeshire police detective Gary Ridgeway and how sexual child exploitation was dealt with in the city in the early and mid two thousand it centers on operation Augusta which was set up in two thousand four after the death of Victoria gold Leah fifteen a girl who is reported being raped but who died from a suspected overdose soon after she alerted authorities to the abuse of the system sickle subsequently identified at least fifty seven victims mainly white girls aged twelve sixty seven ninety seven potential suspect involved in grooming across the region but senior officials at GMP under resource the investigation before closing it down completely with the backing of Manchester city council only three people were convicted of related crimes court the force had at that time just finished dealing with unrelated cases involving the Kurdish community had created severe tensions and officers were keen not to be seen targeting another minority group it is suggested in closing the investigation begins in Britain there ports as quote very few of the relevant perpetrators were brought to justice and neither were their activities disrupted it details a sample of case studies from the period in which allegations of rape and sexual abuse have been made by teenage girls for each one the report concludes with the same sense we cannot offer any assurance that this was appropriately addressed either by GM P. or Manchester city council despite clear evidence the police had names addresses and even places of work of men suspected of carrying out the abuse so in other words the police literally ignored young girls being raped because they're afraid of backlash against Muslim men in Great Britain the reason this is important is again because the west has become it somewhat suicidal when it comes to the protection of its own citizens now you don't have to be Christian to be a member of the last and lots of Muslims or west numbers western societies well I didn't Muslims moderate Muslims right now there are many of them just in Britain they just to a large extent in the United States the notion of part of western elites in order to protect the racial minorities you have to ignore crimes committed by racial minorities is patently insane dangerous and has cost and yet we are seeing this in the United States as well half of the criminal justice reform nonsense we've seen push is rooted in this idea if a disproportionate number of minorities are arrested for crimes and this reflects underlying societal racism as opposed to the number of people who are committing crimes in a particular community that of course is crap police responded to reports of crimes generally they're not out there seeking crimes in order to find people to arrest an arrest report is made based on an allegation by somebody and his murder based on finding a body is the fact that a disproportionate number of minority people are involved in the crimes does not say anything about law enforcement it doesn't say anything about the society in which this is taking place and yet the left because it is dominant culturally in the west in in Britain and in the United States as well as suggested that any disparity between racial groups in the amount of crime committed must be due to the society and therefore the best solution is to let criminals back on the street or nor the motherly now you never see the same sort of the care taken with regard to male female discrepancies in crime what comes to violent crime nearly all violent crime in all western societies in non western societies is perpetrated by males yes males exists and high levels of testosterone and aggression and they pursue violent crime at rates that extraordinarily outpace those women and yet you never see people saying well I guess it's because the size of Texas that so many men are in prison it must be just a reflection of she sidles society society matriarchal tendencies you never see that argument may because the down argument when it comes to race then all the sudden the idea is if you police based on where the crime is this makes you a bad person the person is being hit with this right now is it Michael Bloomberg your time has a piece today called I was wrong Bloomberg says but this policy still haunts him after defending the stop and frisk policing tactic the former mayor apologize but black voters in the democratic presidential race may not forgive him now the whole idea that stop and frisk was inherently racist is garbage the fact is that a disproportionate number by population of Hispanics and blacks were stopped and frisked by the police it is also the fact that a disproportionate number of crimes in the city of New York are committed by blacks and Hispanics in fact as a proportion of the criminal arrests made in New York City stop and frisk actually disproportionately profile people who are not black and Hispanic statistically speaking and yet the idea is on the part of the media and stop and frisk resulted in disproportionate number of stop and frisk of blacks and Hispanics relative to the percentage of the population and this is a reflection of a racist NYPD the evidence of that is zero it does not exist and it is being trotted out there as as the pure unbiased unvarnished fact we'll get to more of this in just one second first let us talk about here but you are using to listen to the shows are using the old fashion about you know the ones with the wires are the stems these minimum bunch of money on your wireless about and I've lost one of 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"justin felts" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"W. W. Jason Williams sitting in the big chair today sticking with our local politics theme of the first hour here what it wasn't why old wild week in local political news what and one of the one of the big news stories like this week was that we that we didn't expect was that since a vice mayor Chris for Smitherman announced that he was dropping out of the twenty twenty one mayor's race yes I said twenty twenty one I am so focused on twenty twenty right now I can't even it's so hard to get your mind around the fact that were already talking about twenty twenty one in the Cincinnati city council mayors race but that is bright yes it's already here no one knows city hall in city politics better than my next guest tonight is my a co worker at the Cincinnati Enquirer sherry Coolidge sherry how are you okay good morning actually get afternoon your inquires a city hall reporter and you were you and you've been following P. G. certain felled and Chris for some other men that as they've been let me make it clear P. Justin felt is a it's an open secret that he's running for mayor is raising money but he has officially announced yet were you were you surprised this week by Christopher Spelman's decision to to drop out of that race the fact that the people are listening I don't know that we were both surprised that the I think we should set the date but we were interviewing somebody in a conference room together we need to go in our editor car wider Buckethead in the heat between normally I would have been probably pretty quickly but we were right in the middle of something it was a stunning announcement was made on the anniversary of his white staff and so heart health it was it was a very very powerful messages in her back in kind of the way that it came out which was on a statement on Twitter but yes I would he was a founding moment hi and I could grab my computer and I did a story on time yeah right there sherry sherry nigh on the political columnist for syncing choir Sesay dot com and cherries obviously our city hall reporter before that she covered the Hamilton County government she's covered local politics here for what almost two decades now believe sherry it right is it you know it's hard to believe but I I came here in nineteen thousand entail in nineteen I started covering court after the collaborative agreement with kind of hard to get off the corner which is through the the two thousand one civil the to the riots in Cincinnati with and the police community relations agreement remember after tank because kind of turning on the courthouse which the nexus of a lot of politics in a time Republican calls that Intel I mean I would never have every day for six years on October the police department for two years not counting the tool for four years and then came over ten at city hall when John grilling with elected like three thirty odd years it could have been about one of their little I'm biased but I'm also objective sherry is is the absolute best reporter and this and this region and nobody knows his stuff better and she's an incredible watchdog reporter I want to talk to you about there's a couple of different sort of I don't fall outs the right term but when you think about now what's gonna come next on this mayor's race for it first of all for Chris first amendment not the mayor's race for him but his political future I want to I want to mention say that he cited the fact that he needs to focus on his family has five children and he was left to you know rate raises grace's kids on his own after his wife who fought so hard against cancer man near passed away a year ago what this past Wednesday for him I see I still see very bright few obvious he's gonna finish out his term here on city council is the vice mayor I see really still a very bright future for him in politics I see him running in twenty twenty two for Hamilton County commissioner and Stephanie do most I think the question would be does he run as an independent does the switch over and run as a Republican what are your thoughts on on him and then we'll jump back to the twenty one there's race you know he kind of behind the scenes a huge push by you know certain people in the community for him to run at the commissioner this time against any street because of course the Republican not a Republican he is an independent black hills Republicans delivery fan as a fiscal conservative well I kind of propel their idea ideal in the really fond of the pertinent question as you've written he had to really have trouble running up these candidates for the commission right in the one right but me that used to be all Republican commissioner dominant Republican absolutely and turning that they're just having trouble getting tired of it you know in a moment like three weeks ago it has been on hold for one minute and then and he wouldn't be pushed back into the time when he is pushing back but he didn't want to run really fun he's sticking to the mayor's race but it seems like maybe he was thinking farther ahead I I I I says I wrote this and unite talk about this at our desks is with listers like sherry I sit little in the same pot so we are constantly talking politics and stories in clear there's a there's a separation of church and state that between cherry the news reporter media columnist but it still does obviously keep us from from a spitball all these all these political issues you know I I I side I believe this is the right decision for him politically I I thought it was gonna be a really hard road for him to when the sensei mayor's race as a non Democrat and I'd really and why I say that is when you look back and I'm I know this is getting a little uber local here but if you look back at this past election twenty nineteen election in the city the school board race for since a public schools really to me showed how in tune the electorate in the city of Cincinnati is to that sample ballot which if to get on the sample ballot you get the endorsement of the party the writing candidates was endorsed Hosey Davis was endorsed by the party but it's so tough to win as a writing canon he did not win yeah he's still got what was at over twelve thousand votes and really challenge for a spot to get the third there was three seats up and he finished fourth but he challenged and I had to be very specific like on the ballot how you do it and like people literally looked back and and so to me that said that really sort of four shattered I think what's to come in the city of Cincinnati is that if you're not on if you're not a Democrat indoor on on that sample ballot it is almost impossible for you to win a head to head race so I think politic politically Chris for Smith and made the right decision I think he really has a great shot when that commission rates now let's focus on P. G. certain felt who now finds himself as the only candidate right now early super early really we're just about halfway through the the John families final term we discussed the halfway point of of that the P. you said until now finds himself in this right yeah you know you would think if you're just looking out on the surface and think well he's in the driver's seat but a year it was your words is said about you know the you know the the unknown can be scary and so what what do you see for P. G. and what do you see from his campaign moving forward important note like I'm like a lot of races that mayors race in the field right now come down to the top two people still race for the in the primary so three pretty strong candidate but if you think back the black tie rod Richardson junior that Simpson and Ron cream like you know we talk a lot all of you that don't like the kitchen with a very strong candidate and people are really kind of watching to see how that yeah he well the community who are not going to let the opening by never been scaring some people away thinking this and he's a very none of that and we're probably going to be the two people that made it apparel this field right the actual rates and now even blown wide open and it is absolutely and I'm now on the kind of like slowed up this week but none from people themselves and I just want to be a lot of jockeying for you the ground zero here he had really kind of been farther home now it's like this either candidate or to Canada currently we're talking with us is inquire shoot of city hall reporter sherry Coolidge about pretty while we can local politics and so so far we we're we're we're focused on one story right now sherry one of the things on on that mayor's race in in but by the way we're also talking about the twenty twenty one mayor's race not the twenty twenty race and it's it's crazy to think how we're already kind of in that mode of here here in Cincinnati Hamilton County in this region were already kind of in twenty twenty one mode as well as we go through twenty twenty mode dot to me sherry I I C. P. siden filled by No Way kicking it into neutral that guy is an absolute beast on the campaign trail when it comes to fundraising and I think you'll even work just as hard if not harder now he doesn't have an opponent because he he's smart enough to know that there are there's going to be someone run against him I think that's the opportunity is is just it's too ripe to to not for someone not to take and I am the one the one Canada keeps popping up in my mind right now and and I know there's been like you said tons names being thrown out but I think keep an eye on it if Lisa researcher campus I talked about the flat top after the hour doesn't win this commissioner race which she has a great shot to win I I could see her turning around and running for mayor in twenty twenty one she did run for mayor in two thousand five it'd make the primary but do you think it will be someone like Alicia re some big name city Democrats who who will ultimately challenge could you send filtered organ and run against them I mean we're letting the African American community in Cincinnati is certainly going to want I can't it at their own wine and she would be one of the strongest candidate if you popular alcohol you know that would really help city through a troubled time but she was gone with the wind David pap and one is just thirteen or helpful that people look back now for all of your travel holiday and everything people are like now with the hard working council they got a lot of things done across party lines to yeah and so I feel like she's definitely going to be.
"justin felts" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Waiting for your best friend to finish having some that couch Justin felt like the loneliest place on earth as it turned out crystal so Howard scar and they spend most of their time together talking about what it was like to have had cancer crystal I lost a brother to leukemia several years earlier she told Howard that when her and her brother were kids they poke toothpicks into bubble gum which they ate like our nerves she told power that you Mister brother very much on the walk back to the subway I lag behind Howard just watching him eventually we asked our how it was with crystal and he said that it was different than you thought it would be and Jose told me was being too emotional what I haven't taken into account was at before you lose something in this case the albatross of one's virginity you have to first find something to enable that loss at eighteen sort of by accident I found a leak her name in a little wave and when we kissed it was like a little wave of blood was sweeping through my chest we kissed long and hard our eyes wide open Leeds face was always sad I told her she had a friend that lit up a room believe would be the first person I never sleep with yet losing my virginity with her even just after it happened was something I can never remember I can still recall what her breasts small like after she had eaten chocolate how should almost cried when she saw little boys with big glasses I remember a thousand other small things to get our first time together this thing that I'd waited forever to happen to lose their virginity I'd waited forever to lose was completely and utterly lost to me I'm not sure I understand why this is maybe when you're coming towards it looks so big in all eclipsing it looks like the finish line you imagine champagne well wishers certificates of merit then you reach it and pass it and you understand it's only the entry point to a lot of other worries worries that proved to be much more measurable and complicated my fear of losing my virginity was nothing compared to my fear of losing the lead I can never fathom how she could Love Me and so I tested her love all the time let's see I smashed your car I said then I kill you she said do you still Love Me I guess so she said before I make believe I called myself a virgin it was very clear and definite virgin now there is no name for what I am but I'm sort of partial to leroy thanks the.
"justin felts" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Sitting opposite me kept pointing to his watch was smiling and winking there's nothing that makes you think about dying a virgin more than sitting on a couch in a **** house waiting for your best friend to finish having sat that couch Justin felt like the loneliest place on earth as it turned out crystal so Howard scar and they spend most of their time together talking about what it was like to have had cancer crystal I lost a brother to leukemia several years earlier she told Howard that when her and her brother were kids they poke toothpicks into bubble gum which eight like our nerves she told how are they to Mr brother very much on the walk back to the subway I lagged behind Howard just watching him eventually we asked our how it was with crystal and he said that it was different than he thought it would be and Jose told me was being too emotional what I hadn't taken into account was at before you lose something in this case the albatross of one's virginity you have to first find something to enable that loss eighteen sort of by accident I found a leak her name in a little wave and when we kissed it was like a little wave of blood was sweeping through my chest we kissed long and hard our eyes wide open delete face was always sad I told her she had a friend that lit up a room believe would be the first person I never sleep with yet losing my virginity with her even just after it happened was something I can never remember I can still recall what her breasts small like after she'd eaten chocolate how should I almost cried when she saw little boys with big glasses I remember a thousand other small things to get our first time together this thing that I had waited forever to happen to lose our virginity I'd waited forever to lose was completely and utterly lost to me I'm not sure I understand why this is maybe when you're coming for today looks so big and all eclipsing it looks like the finish line you imagine champagne well wishers certificates of merit then you reach it and pass it and you understand it's only the entry point to a lot of other worries worries that proved to be much more measurable and complicated my fear of losing my virginity was nothing compared to my fear of losing the lead I can never fathom how she could Love Me and so I tested her love all the time let's see I smashed your car I said then I kill you she said do you still Love Me I guess so she said before I make believe I called myself a virgin it was very clear and definite virgin now there is no name for what I am but I'm sort of partial to leroy thanks.
"justin felts" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Kind reddit ninety for Zimmerman the one to check swing together yes it is Ramon the Hayes who suffers rings up for sites like in others two seam fastball into a writing for was an eighty mile with that movement is very good very good is he taking it off the plate is an optical illusion Justin felt feel like the one I just my my eyes do not see it when it that that goes across home plate he was replaced we across for outside last night yeah the to get the call right the reason the shields first pitch slider inner half a play that's just how we started him off last time for the stolen strike one four three Rangers scoreless sixth inning would be big for Jordan Zimmermann stuff is being good today the strike one serving in a missing this letter that was put off the plate man the double while that no balls two strikes the seals control walk is called the specially a big swing and miss god but that was a big swing and miss man there goes your door the pitches outside so the third night in time jump all presuming for a guy who's just a terrible based you learn the should not it is still in third that easily no scent no change really no one paid attention to in many things that it doesn't people say well you know there's two outs why would he do that well that's a good question well this fall error what really you're right any time a team is basically saying go ahead take third yeah sure made it easily no.
"justin felts" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Him and then out of no where here is Eric in falls church I don't know why he's calling I can't imagine that he would call to ask for his song loser back but we're gonna find out right we go to falls church I jump him to the front of the line Eric do who'd Derek what's going on from thanks for the flattering build up those great but I I guess if you were you doing with with the show I mean you're letting laying claim clone reform legends and only that one copy them many reckon buffalo is basically doing a job for a rich man lam placed second and that's not all the men were clones Justin felt bills repelled Mitch Hedberg you let him into the back off a middle closer if you do a fire Chris rock impression just give us a call if you take the invoice you know walk between police knock off but the worst thing besides reckon Jeff gonna rip ripped off which probably me getting ripped off on Monday by someone uncreative unemployed and ripping off RAF most prolific email order history the jungle I'm talking to you John in Huntington beach so trip down memory lane about ten years ago I server due to my own emails an LBO dropping interest music but when I got my email address the jungle of electric I was donning email donning the clones they want a room and I were doing one of our biggest trips rose put down a couple sapphire listing the eyes of everyone and we need to give other close a chance to get on the show your emails are just too good so that's how long I came up the idea of dropping less flattering song hi my email Lauren and start looking for artists who are struggling at the time you need a boost or record sales so we sell them back we don't start dropping back behind I emailed him back Recker still start by rocket back even contact me with big meeting email the show more provincially aside the thing was too much I thought the milling altogether John you can even see me all you want but you'll never accomplish what I did you'll never get around to get janitor who killed one of recruiter friend you'll never get a room to drop a special show to you at the end of one of those TV shows join us all the stories do this I am ripping back from you an overruling room you'll now however get a classic jungle email there behind your emails but I'll be a different one in back I'll be giving some wrecked the sack.
"justin felts" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"We don't hear from Eric anymore white drew sharp and a special shout out to Eric in falls church thank you for tuning in why would I do that like I wanted back but you can't change the past so times change people change people move on Eric stops emailing or calling not only do I not miss it might forgot about completely but then all other step up and they take their place we got this cat in Huntington beach John in Huntington beach John Huntington beach is like the new Eric in falls church John Huntington beach thing see some pretty special things you smart things you successful this is hand some things that people care what he thinks none of it's true I would imagine aren't on there met him but I've read all those emails not that smart not that creative not that talented I don't know what it looks like I really don't care personal appearances are not show fodder so I not seen or heard from Eric so I took Eric's music bad loser and I gave it to John H. B. and said that any time John H. B. emails which is essentially every single day he won't stop I'm a drop that on him and then out of no where here is Eric in falls church I don't know why he's calling I can't imagine that he would call to ask for his song loser back but we gotta find out right we go to falls church I jump him to the front of the line Eric do who'd Derek what's going on from thanks for the flattering build up those great but I I guess we were you doing with with the show I mean you're letting laying blame clone reform legends and knowing that Dylan copy them any reckon buffalo is basically doing a job for a rich man lam placed second and that's not all the men were clones Justin felt bills repelled Mitch Hedberg you let him into the back off the middle closer maybe do a fire Chris rock impression just give us a call if you take the invoice you know walk between police knock off but the worst thing besides reckon just gonna rip ripped off was probably me getting ripped off on Monday by someone uncreative unemployed and ripping off RAF most prolific email and a history of jungle I'm talking to you John in Huntington beach so trip down memory lane about ten years ago I server due to my own emails an LBO dropping interest music but when I got my email address the jungle of electric I was downing email donning the clones they want a room and I were doing one of our biggest trip rose put down a couple sapphire listing the eyes of everyone and we need to give other close a chance together so your emails are just too good so that's how long I came up the idea of dropping less flattering song hi my emails Lauren and start looking for artists who are struggling at the time you need a boost on record sales so we sell them back we don't start dropping back behind I emailed him back Recker still start by rocket back even contact me with big meeting email the show more provincially aside the thing was too much I stop emailing altogether John you can imagine the all you want but you'll never accomplish what I did you'll never get around to get janitor who killed one of recruiter friend you'll never get around to drop a special show to you at the end of one of those TV shows John a fellow the story to do this I am ripping back from you an overruling room you'll now however get a classic jungle email bit behind your emails but I'll be a different one in back I'll be giving some wrecked the sex.
"justin felts" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Runs people over. The bills can make is miss. So he's a very unique quarterback in this league. Only one like him. Face against big quarterbacks. Big band. Tougher breakdown. Campus. Mason amazing player. Like it. I like the unique metaphor for one Cam Newton. He's a dinosaur, but it really fast dinosaur and physical and tough and muscular, and then there was a windstorm. But even that could knock over the dinosaur. It's after hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS sports radio. Now this time tomorrow night there won't be a baseball game. Instead, we'll have the start of week eight. And then we'll get you set for the bulk of the football weekend going to be some good stuff. But let's take some more calls here. Eight five five two one two four to seven. Who are the strangest bedfellows in sports? Michael is listening. Where are you listening by go? Hello. I'm actually Virginia driving trucks under the right now. All right. Thanks so much for listening. So who are the strange bedfellows in sports? While I was gonna go with Michael, Jordan. Denis Rodman, but I have to go. Try Aikman and Michael Irving. Yeah. That's a good one. It worked it did work. And then you throw in Zander, so. God. Troy Aikman who's Mr. straight and narrow and then your Mike Larrain or the playmaker. And. Has his issues but three Super Bowl wins. Who cares if it's odd if it works, right? If they both have the same goal, and they're willing to come together to work with somebody who's not like them. Then what does it matter and sometimes those kinds of odd relationships or to people who are put together in a situation that professionally that they would never maybe find themselves in personally, they bring out the best in each other. Oh, yeah. Let me just look at the Yankees in the sovereignties. I will take your word for it. What did you take care? All right. Thanks, michael. Steve is listening at Ohio. Steve welcome to after hours. CBS sports radio. I Amy how you doing? I'm good. Thank you. Good. I got Muhammad Ali in our clothes. Yep. Did cosell. Do his fights did Cosell announced his fights. Yeah. Those little before your time. Sorry. But still just knowing what I know of the two men who both departed the they could they look on the surface, and what appeared to be completely opposite. They were definitely complete. Oh, we lost Steve. But yes, I would say Muhammed Elliott Howard Cosell other than having really big mouths and working in the world of sports. Well today have in common. Let's talk to Tony who's in West Virginia. Tony welcome to after hours. CBS sports radio. Hey, thank you so much. Real quick point is if I may rich and for the ravens as a kind of like a quick point about the same. Sure. Thanks so much. I was at the game. And. Hey sense is really been wearing thin over the last three years. The ravens fan head coach Harbaugh. The number one issue with that with that loss of people are taking is. And again, I was there. Everyone in the stadium is basically screening, you know, call timeout because what happened was when they lined up to kick it extra point. They were rushing at one time out remaining saints Saint overloaded the right? Ending on one side at something just didn't feel right everybody instantly off. Coach all my mouth. But it is what it is. Well, I feel like okay if Justin Tucker felt like he was rushed. And felt like he wasn't ready pro he's his responsibility at the same time. How many other of those two hundred and twenty three consecutive point after attempts. Do you think the situation wasn't quite perfect wind was blowing guys were rushing? Maybe it didn't feel right. I mean, it's it's a gimme it's still a if I could lay up in basketball. It's still something he could do in his sleep probably with his eyes closed. So. Yeah, I mean, I get your saying if it's a long field goal. And if Justin felt like things weren't right or something was going to take away from his kick. He could have. But there's no way he's going to use that as an excuse. No, absolutely not. But I mean, take the time to regroup again agree with you just sessional. So if he thought that he should have. But John Harbaugh it's moments like that that happened. You know, it seems like every three okay? Not Harbaugh's faults that Tucker miss that kick. No, it's not. But you gotta call time telling you from the the the flow of the game and the way everything from you score the touchdown. It was almost as everybody was named. Whoa. Slow slow down slow down. Regroup all time out of it. Didn't happen that way. Yeah. No. It wouldn't think that it would. I mean considering that you'd want to get that point of the board as quickly as possible. So that you could make sure the game was tied and send it into overtime. Right. Right. I mean, that's fair point what with Carolina. I talked about this game. I think the ravens defense of wine will cause issues for Cam Newton and players like Eric Weddell Antoni percent more or end up being a good position to make plays. I the way to to get a victory on the road at know. Maybe scores twenty four to twenty or twenty four to seventeen. All right. Thanks so much. Tony. I appreciate your phone call. Yeah. I feel like this particular game. The ravens defense has played. Well, now early on the eagles looks great. Carson Wentz looked great in that game. I remember going back to two week number six and Thursday night football for the eagles that I felt like it was maybe a turning point for them. Because finally the offense looked so comfortable and Wentz looked like he was in a position to be back in that flow that earned him MVP conversation last year before he got hurt. Into Philly is up seventeen nothing early in the fourth quarter and the Panthers start cooking. And they get those three touchdown drives in a row. Meanwhile, the eagles stumble and Carson said, I'm not really sure what happened. We just took our foot off the gas, and they had a pair of punts. I think one of them was a three and out the other one was maybe a handful yards. They maybe got one first down and then the fumble, which of course, was the the game clincher there. But he looks so comfortable most of the game. So if the Panthers are gonna win sorry if yes Panthers. But I was referring to the ravens. The ravens are going to win this game. They need to get Cam Newton out of his comfort zone. Of course. You want to make life difficult. You wanna make it uncomfortable for him? And you wanna make sure that you don't take your foot off the gas. If you get a position to win. I feel like that kind of a quarter that the Panthers just had in coming back against the eagles can really galvanize a team and can be a springboard for them. So we'll see if they use it moving forward coaches with their bus tight. Not to mention you've obviously got a very competitive NFC south now, it's the same for the AFC north where the ravens are talking about the Panthers. They're trying to keep up with the saints who've won five consecutive games. Of course. One of them was the last one was against the ravens. But the Panthers are a game back at four and two. Meanwhile, in the AFC north with every team losing last week except for the Steelers now, it's Pittsburgh with that tie. That has moved to the top of the north.
"justin felts" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Dinosaur fast dinosaur, muscular. Over. Bill can make guys miss. A very unique. Quarterback in this league. Only one item. Face against big quarterback. Big band. Breakdown. Cannons. Mason facing player. I like it. I like the unique metaphor for one Cam Newton. He's a dinosaur, but it really fast dinosaur and physical and tough and muscular, and then there was a windstorm. But even that could knock over the dinosaur. It's after hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS sports radio. Now this time tomorrow night there won't be a baseball game. Instead, we'll have the start of week eight. And then we'll get you set for the bulk of the football weekend going to be some good stuff. But let's take some more calls here. Eight five five two one two four two two seven. Who are the strangest bedfellows in sports? Michael is listening. Where are you listening? Michael actually Virginia driving truck under the right now. All right. Thanks so much for listening. So who are the strange bedfellows in sports? I was gonna go with Michael, Jordan. Denis Rodman, but I have to go where Troy Aikman and Michael Irvin. Yeah. That's a good one. It worked. Yeah. I did work and then you throw in geo Zander. So god. Troy Aikman who's Mr. straight and narrow and then you're Michael Irving or the playmaker. And. Issues but jazz three Super Bowl wins. Who cares if it's odd if it works if they both have the same goal, and they're willing to come together to work with somebody who's not like them. Then what does it matter and sometimes those kinds of odd relationships or to people who are put together in a situation that you know, in professionally that they would never maybe find themselves in personally, they bring out the best in each other. Oh, yeah. Let me just look at the Yankees in the sovereignties. I will take your word for it. Why did you take care? All right. Thanks, michael. Steve is listening at Ohio. Steve welcome to after hours. CBS sports radio. I Amy how you doing? I'm good. Thank you. Good. I got Muhammad Ali in our. Did cosell. Do his fights. Did Cosell announced his fights. Yeah. Those little before your time. Sorry. But still just knowing what I know of the two men who both departed the they they look on the surface, and what appeared to be completely opposite. They were definitely complete. Oh, we lost Steve. But yes, say Muhammed Elian Howard Cosell other than having really big mouths and working in the world of sports well to they have in common. Let's talk to Tony who's in West Virginia. Tony welcome to after hours CBS sports radio. Hey macron. Sure. Point if I may rich for the ravens as a quick point about the same, sir. Thanks so much that was at the game. And. Hey sense is really been over the last three years the ravens fan head coach Harbaugh. The number one issue with that with that loss. People are taking is and again, I was there. Everyone in the stadium basically school evening. Call timeout because they lined up to kick that extra point was that they were rushing still had one time in Saint overloaded. The flu yard standing on one side at something just didn't feel right everybody instantly. Call. Coach all but it is what it is. But I feel like okay if Justin Tucker felt like he was rushed and felt like he wasn't ready pro he's his responsibility at the same time. How many other of those two hundred and twenty three consecutive point after attempts. Do you think the situation wasn't quite perfect wind was blowing guys were rushing? Maybe it didn't feel right. I mean, it's it's a gimme it's still if I could lay up in basketball, it's still something he could do in his sleep probably with his eyes closed. So. Yeah, I mean, I get what you're saying. If it's a long field goal. And if Justin felt like things weren't right, or you know, something that was going to take away from his kick. He could have. But there's no way he's going to use that as an excuse. No, absolutely not. But I mean take the time to regroup again. I agree with you, Justin talkers obsessional. So if he thought that he should have. But John Harbaugh it's moments like that that happened, you know, to like every not Harbaugh's fault that Tucker miss. I'd kick you gotta call time telling you from the. The flow of the game the way everything's sought after musical touchdown. It was almost as everybody was saying. Whoa. Slow slow down slow down all time out. But it just didn't happen that way. I wouldn't think that it would. I mean considering that you'd want to get that point of the board as quickly as possible. So that you could make sure the game was tight and send it into overtime. Right, right. That's fair point what with Carolina I talked about this game. I think the ravens defensive line will cause issues for Cam Newton and players like, Eric wedge. Jefferson. More war ended up being a good position to make plays the way to to get a tough victory on the road. You know, maybe it scores twenty four to twenty or twenty four to seventeen. All right. Thanks so much. Tony. Appreciate your phone call. Yeah. I feel like this particular game. The ravens defense has played. Well, now early on the eagles looks great. Carson Wentz looks great in that game. I remember going back to two week number six and Thursday night football for the eagles that I felt like it was maybe a turning point for them. Because finally the offense looks so comfortable and Wentz looked like he was in a position to just be back in that flow that earned him MVP conversation last year before he got hurt. Philly is up seventeen nothing early in the fourth quarter and the Panthers start cooking. And they get those three touchdown drives in a row. Meanwhile, the eagles stumble and Carson said, I'm not really sure what happened. We took our foot off the gas and they had a pair of points. I think one of them was a three and out the other one was maybe a handful of yard. They maybe got one first down. And then the fumble, which of course, was the the game clincher they are. But he looks so comfortable most of the game. So if the painters are gonna win sorry Panthers. Yes. A pay there's but I was referring to the ravens. The ravens are gonna win this game. They need to get Cam Newton out of his comfort zone. Of course. You wanna make life difficult? You wanna be getting comfortable for him? And you want to make sure that you don't take your foot off the gas. If you get in a position to win. I feel like that kind of a quarter that the Panthers just had in coming back against the eagles can really galvanize a team and can be a springboard for them. So we'll see if they use it moving forward coaches their bus tight. Not to mention you've obviously got a very competitive NFC south now, it's the same for the AFC north where the ravens are talking about the Panthers. They're trying to keep up with the faints who've won five consecutive games. And of course, one of them was that last one was against the ravens, but the Pacers are a game back at four and two. Meanwhile, in the AFC north with every team losing last week except for the Steelers now, it's Pittsburgh with that tie. That has moved to the top of the north.
"justin felts" Discussed on Science... sort of
"And it seemed a lot of the headlines were senator on this idea that you were saying that the ideal mammal is bigger than elephants i mean i think that's true we'll yeah we can that's true but i'm wondering if justin felt that that was an accurate representation of the conclusions of the paper well i mean it's a headline right so i don't think we ever used the word ideal it's ideal or optimal right as you said the ideal mammals fear with hair and yeah right just in terms three to the model right so like it's optimal when you just take starvation dynamics into account without anything else but isn't it optimal but also unstable isn't that kind of what we were talking about earlier is that like once you reach them well there's an instability no it's actually stable i mean if if you think of it as an attractor if you're if you're small you get pushed two large if you're too large push the small to kind of meets in the middle at a stable point the middle just two and a half times larger large than elephants but it's you know you can imagine there's a lot of other set push you around to find different optima that we just didn't include in the model so you know the fact that predation pressure when you're smaller but if you're if you're small enough then you can hide and if you're larger predation pressure gets really you know what i mean so you referenced his work but like this is something that jim brown is talked about a lot in his macaroni ecology work especially in relation dangrek island dynamics there does seem to be a much easier to measure optimal island sized mammal well for example we don't we don't include space space is not in our model the space that the animal lives in you mean erect so the model is.
"justin felts" Discussed on KGO 810
"Control their own destiny but they have to control their side of it and they have to went out yeah this is when you look at the schedule for the stanford carter begin the see this was you know to be a tough stretch because last week they hit the huskies the defending conference champs that we're in the final four last year and then of course next week they play their final game which is intersectional rivalry game against notre dame which is having some problems or did have some problems today with navy i think they pulled it out advice i was there but nevertheless sandwich then is cal and its arrival game was always very emotional in a difficult game to play how it the advantage for the bears today having come off their first and only by week becomes late in the season so your body's pretty much matched up you're not going to recover in a week per se but nevertheless you do have extra time of the accident owes preparation for what stanford does and you do get a little relief from a physical standpoint from a physical standpoint yes you know you can recover a little bit but you also knew you nervous system gets into a rhythm of doing the same thing week after week playing a game on saturdays being physical and then recovering during the week to play again on saturdays and so for me by weeks always threw me off and i never felt like my teams no matter what league hours in played as well after a by game are by week as they did during the course of the regular season so i hated by weeks but i also hated not being in control of your playing a game of going out and winning games and so it it depends on how coaches hamlet and justin felt like they had a good week practice they got some guy some rest of been and the rest is huge ski but you have to wonder young kids college how do they handle the by we gray and the accident owes part staporn doesn't do a whole lot they're they're gonna they're going to run their thirteen set know personnel they're gonna around their 23 personnel and their 25 personnel they got five tight ends of the game and they're going to come in and try to run the ball down your throat and.
"justin felts" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"The trends in game one minnesota responded with four victory in game two patrick corbett eight and twothirds innings that shutout faith wealth and the arizona diamondbacks with a four nothing away over the houston astros earlier today atlanta beat colorado to four ron dealt a five three way over tampa bay justin felt two run home run that came in the bottom of the eighth inning and the yankees completed a sweep of the mets in the subway siri 75 each year final jacksonville jaguars they'd coach doug marrone says he's guy gathered opened quarterback competition between blake bortles in chad haiti for that number one position was earlier tonight before series for the jacksonville jaguars jet haiti was okay but bortles vis the lot of open throws earlier on thursday night and this the college basketball schools clubs it oregon state arizona in later all four teams had their basketball teams in barcelona on thursday with net van rammed into a bunch of people even barscelona tiny the terrorist attack that killed thirteen the school safe all of their players at all their staff are safe arizona has decided to cancel its final game of the trip the nevada state athletic commission approved gowns gloves for the weather mcgregor fi does this improve mcgregor's chances we lastball money jones friday morning each mike in my story at 6 eastern on espn radio haiti.
"justin felts" Discussed on KTOK
"Eight one eight one to get your free trial set whatever's next jetted on newsradio one thousand k t okay oklahoma's first news rush i'm looking forward to this fetchy lewis with us author cler voyage earth mysteries investigator betsy lewis inherited the gift of prophecy from her mother and as a little girl she experienced the paranormal have her a tell us that story and she said encounters as well this worker latest one is called ancient serpent god's the alien connection to rip chilean dinosaurs an amazing story betsy first and foremost welcome back off to the new year we go yeah yes thank you do great to be back on coast to coast tonight on a mountain it is almost two years to the day almost that you were with me last that's right timeshare fly all my gosh really does where this year's going by way too fast bell yeah exactly we got slow down somebody needs to invent the slowing down the time machine i wear anyways tell us about this experience you had as a little girl and then how that developed in the all these other experiences well of so many things have happened in my life the paranormal it seemed like the normal to me anymore really the first one where with my parents i was eight months old and they were on a road in idaho north western idaho and they were traveling to southern idaho to see my grandparents it was late at night they hadn't seen a car for mile which was really strange all of a sudden they hear this horrendous noise justin felt a car it was shaking a car and they thought a plane is gonna crash on them and it continued my father hold off to the side of the road they jumped out there was nothing around the noise just stopped instantly so that was the first experience but then i found out years later my uncle who remembered the whole band and thinking that my parents had been in a car accident because they came in late my father always knew it time he widow right and he was they were two hours late.