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"kev" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

08:06 min | 5 months ago

"kev" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"Yeah, I think shell was I don't think he was ever a top liner. I've just read the excellent van wall book, the one that dog knives added to those Jenkins work. And it's quite clear from that that he's popular good to work with, nice guy, solid performer, but he's not a steady Tony Brooks or Stuart Lewis Evans. He's in that kind of second rank of drivers, good guy to have in the team. But he's not going to go out and win you race. And he didn't. So he was a perfectly solid, solid Grand Prix driver. But I don't think he was, I don't think he was sort of outstanding. But he was around for a while. He was he did a good job. He didn't tend to he didn't tend to have too much drama. A good F one driver. No, 11 being quite sure what the word journeyman means, but I think he might fit into that category. He was around for years. He was, as you've already said, a very popular character, he was an entertaining person. Now, larger than life character he certainly was. He was as much French as he was American, although he was American by birth, but he spent most of his life in France. And he was on his day. I mean, if you think about what he did with the van wall in 1956, this is before Sterling moss started racing them regularly. I know moss won the international trophy, but Harry shell led it to France. He led other Formula One races. He won non championship Formula One races in the first version of the van war. That's not taking too much accounts of the long championship races, but he was part of the momentum that got Vanuatu van roll going. And yes, certainly most obviously it was a very important part from 57 kilometers. And with a few 6th international trophy. But that all said, I don't think Harry shell should be understated. I put him 7th, rather than 8. I think he was much more valuable as a Formula One contributor as a driver, then the guy would come on to, I think, looking at the list. Oh no, yeah. Next but one up the list. In Kevin's list, so being old enough to have seen him grace and enjoy watching him race. If I saw him back a few weeks before he was killed, he was a very, very good driver. But will never be given the ultimate credit because he never actually won a Grand Prix. He did win Formula One races though. Well, let's move on to number 7 on Kev's list Ian and then we'll come back and see where you would have had this next driver on your list if that makes sense. So number 7 on Kev's list, it's must Gregory a winner at Le Mans in 1965 alongside jochen rent. He started 38 world championship Formula One races between 1957 and 1965, scoring a best finish of second at the 1959 Portuguese Grand Prix, Kev, why have you got Gregory at 7? So I found Gregory and shell quite difficult to separate Adam together. I felt I put Gregory head because I think he probably had a little bit just that little bit more something, a little bit more pace if you like. And I noticed that Ian has them in the same order in his list, but there's someone else that will get to next to who's the reason that they're in there in different slots in the top ten. But yes, I had him just ahead. I thought we just did that little bit more. Might have achieved more, had he not had accents in sports cars. He Gregory famously stands up and jumps out of the cars when they're having accidents. I don't know if Ian has saw any of those incidents, but it sounds quite dramatic. But I did actually meant that he missed certain F one races where which might have improved his record a bit. But yeah, he got an extra podium compared to shell from fewer races. And yeah, so he just sort of edged ahead for me. Another guy that's probably not quite top rank, better in sports cars. I mean, he was a fantastic against Archie Scott Brown. In the works car. A really strong driver just edged ahead of shell for me. Well, they're very, very similar in terms of the policies they have that they bring to the party, although they're different qualities in certain respects. And yeah, I've got mass and Gregory 6th in my list, one more than you have Kevin. He had his season. Going back to your sports car references. He heard his chance with the Formula One Cooper team in 1959 with a best result of second place. And there was a Portuguese Grand Prix. And had he not then crashed the car, crash itself, a good wood. Which put him out at racing for the rest of the season. He would have been driving instead of Bruce McLaren in the American Grand Prix of Sebring. Mister McLaren, therefore, wouldn't have won the American Grand Prix. But that's a what's it? Do you think Gregory would have done? Yeah, absolutely. Having seen. I remember the HE 200 in 1959. He just splits the field to begin with. I was sort of standing up just after the start finish line. Watching that race. And he was in a class of his own, which included slowly mos in the once raced only, Cooper, Cooper BRM. He was a superb driver. I remember seeing the first time I saw him as a little tobacco big sports car race in the Ferrari. Only he was my father was impressed. It was a mighty impressive performance. He's one disadvantage, I think, was he had these occasional rushes up. I mean, he was quicker than us he's got Brown in order to Jaguar, but he crashed will actually talk around slightly else from ultimately crashed. We shouldn't be considering sports cars perhaps too much. He was third in his first Grand Prix at Monaco, he was the first American to finish on them. In a podium position in the world championship Grand Prix. So for all those sorts of reasons, he should be higher up the list than you have in Kevin. Because we're coming to the reason why he is one place down from where I've got him in a moment. Let's go to number 6 on Kev's list and explains why the a slightly out of kilter with Ian's list on Kevin's number 6 is Eddie Cheever who started a 132 races between 1978 and 1989, scored 9 podiums with a best finish of second and the 1982 Detroit Grand Prix village and the 1983 Canadian Grand Prix for Renault. So Kev, why have you got Cheever at number 6? I think this will probably come down to a waiting of criteria, really. I found Shiva quite a tricky one. I mean, he's got more Formula One starts than any other American driver. And I think that has to count for something. The longevity factor not if you're just tooling around at the back all the time. And I think he was better than that. Scored 9 podiums as you say. Ultimately, he wasn't as good as his teammates in a couple of years. I mean, he was blown away by Alain Prost at Renault, perhaps not a really surprise, giving you talking about one of the benchmark drives of the era. And he compared initially quite well to Derek Warwick when they were teammates. I spoke to Derek about Eddie. Which is very interesting. And as time went by, Eddie fell further and further away from Derek. And I would suggest don't work is one of the great drives you should have won a Grand Prix, one of the best drivers that did win a world championship Grand Prix. On his day, Eddie was Eddie was as good. But he fell away. And I think there may be a question about his focus. He was a bit inconsistent. Yeah, he looked quite good at ligia, looked terrible at Renault, looks okay. Times arrows and they're not..

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"kev" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

06:24 min | 6 months ago

"kev" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"And Colin Chapman was its head and Graham stepped up when he really needed to. I think I would argue the other way around, obviously it's fairly hard. It's fairly hard to come back from the team lotus might not have existed in terms of how much Graham hill was sort of essential to picking him up after Clark. And I also get that when they were teammates in 69 70, obviously rin was demonstrably faster than hill. But then again, at that time, what hill was what 38 39 40 that is not a driver in his prime, even at that time. But if you look at the numbers, I suppose, if you're going to argue them the other way around, Graham hill four wins from 60 races for lotus. So that's 6.7%, which is the third lowest in this list. So you've got Elio de Angeles in his island on to two, 3%, then Graham hill, and then it's a big step up another 12% before you get to Santa who is next on this list. So in that, whereas rin a third of a third of all race is pretty much he won so 6 from 1932% if you round up, you know, what's that some quick math? That's 5 times 5 times a hit rate of zero. So I think yeah, it comes back to that's why these are great pub chats because it's a nuance between how do you rank a driver as a purely on what they did in the cockpit or is it what else they bring to the team and obviously Kev's gone for one factor I would go for the other just to spice up this podcast a bit. I also know that Kevin would very much appreciate you rounding those numbers up there when it comes to sub editing our work, of course. But let's move on to the driver at number three. It's Emerson Fittipaldi, drove for lotus between 1970 and 1973, 42 world championship races for the team, 9 victories and the 1972 world title. So Kev, why is fit about at number three? Yeah, I think this is one of those lists where the top three pick themselves really. So if it's a pouty was left to, I mean, he was thrust into the sort of number one role at lotus when rint was killed and he was only he won what was only his fourth world champion Grand Prix start. Which was a race that also clinched the world title posthumously. He then was there for 1971 when they had trouble getting the low 72 working on the firestone slicks. Worked diligently away at that. And he then went one the world championship in 1972 could have won in 73. He delivered titles. He contributed to two constructors titles took at drivers championship and he's one of the great figures in lotus history, really. Matt how do you reflect on Fitzpatrick in latest history? Yeah, this is the point in a list where I really sort of stood back because for the longest time I was expecting Fittipaldi to be in second place. And then I don't want to spoil the rest of the rank on his list. I won't say too much, but then I actually, I've come to agree on Kev. Basically, on the fact that we last year rated the lotus 72 is the greatest Grand Prix, car of all time. Fittipaldi wasn't part of building that team that won the title. He came in and basically made the most of the brilliant tools he had at his disposable to win the championship with lotus obviously becoming the youngest world champion whereas I think particularly the next driver is less than a one in and the one who talks to this list. They built championship titles sort of teams and structures and were much more of a part of that success and Fittipaldi who did a brilliant job but with what were clearly the best tools in the late 72. Can give you some more numbers there. It was 9 wins from 42 starts for lotus, which is a win percentage of 21 and a half percent. And that is, where's that? That's about fourth on this list. So moss and jochen rind have 33% hit rate there or thereabouts. And then the driver and number one is 35%. So yeah, fit party about halfway. Who could it possibly be at number one? Well, let's reveal it now, as you say, obviously. It's not as bad as when we did the Ferrari one and trying to not disclose Michael Schumacher's number one. No, I mean, it is the challenge of doing this discussing these lists in podcast form is it's like, well, it's a natural progression of going down the order, but how do you not talk about who's coming up next? But anyway, I think we've handled it reasonably well. I think that would be a fair assessment. Let's get on to top two as ever will reveal them both together, so Kev can explain why they're in a particular in that particular order. At number two, spike about him earlier, Mario Andretti drove for lotus between 1968 and 1969 in a limited program and then fully in 1976 to 1980, 79 world championship races for lotus 11 wins and of course the 1978 world title. At number one, I think again mat said much like Michael Schmidt in the Ferrari list at number one, Jim Clark drove for largest between 1960 and 1968, 72 races in the world championship 25 victories and most famously two world titles, one in 1963 and one in 1965. So Kev, as you say in your piece, how could it be anyone else having Clark at number one? Was there ever a case of Andretti being able to pip him on any front? No, no, really. I mean, I suppose you would say that Mario is probably technically better from a technical point of view. I think he could probably explain what a racing car was doing better than Clark certainly in Clark's early days. I think Colin Chapman did a lot of the translating, if you like. Jim tells you what the car is doing and Colin works out what that means of what he then needs to do. The car was I think Mario was probably a bit further down the road of his understanding of what the car needed to the point actually where he pointed out to Colin Chapman that the ground effect car needed to be stiffer. Colin ignored him and Patrick headwind and did what later shoot it down with the FW O 7. It wasn't really close. I mean, Mario is ahead of MSG powder, he's probably carrying a cover that off first, because really Matt kind of alluded to it there. He joined lotus when they were in the doldrums. 75 had been atrocious season. They not won a race. And he knuckled down to rebuild with them..

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"kev" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

06:44 min | 6 months ago

"kev" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"But sort of technically a poll in Monaco and his star performance in Canada in 2011, not enough to get him in this list Kev. Not quite. I mean, there were two drivers that George Russell wasn't one of them. I don't think you can put someone in this like this on the basis of while outing. And let's not forget, although he could have won that race, he was out qualified by Valtteri Bottas as well. So it wasn't a complete dominant weekend. He was right with Bottas. It was around qualifying. We expect him to be better than Bottas, right? And to be ahead of him on this list in a couple of years time. So in that context, that race will become less significant over time, I think. But yeah, the two candidates are for number ten other than faggioli where Mark Schumacher and Richard seaman that pre war England the best pre war English driver. Seaman doesn't get in because really he won the one race, which was slightly fortunate because his teammate caught fire in the pits. And he was still, he was really becoming a good driver, a great driver when he was killed at spa the following year. So he doesn't quite make the list on that. Whereas Mark Schumacher's problem is the other way around. I think that if you're Mark Schumacher fam, are you pleased that he came back for those three years? I'm not sure that he did it would be harsh to judge him on that. As his whole career, because I think the motorcycle accidentally had between retiring from Friday O 6 and coming back in 2010 was more significant than perhaps people realized at the time, he also missed three whole seasons, the rules changed in that time. But ultimately, you know, he wasn't as good as Nico Rosberg, who wasn't as good as Lewis Hamilton. How key was he to building that team up? I'm not entirely convinced that he was, and you can see a big step up actually in their competitiveness when Lewis Hamilton joined the 2013. So it was very close, but if we're comparing with, he actually has some similarities because they both have those sort of three years stints at Mercedes both as Mercedes came back in as a constructor. So Mercedes problem in 1934 was that it didn't have a top line driver, Rudolph correct shoulder of the obvious one, but he was still injured from his Monaco crash, so they weren't sure that they could run on him and Manfred von brauchitsch was still too much to inexperience really. Fagioli was an established top line he had one Grand Prix for Maserati and Al from Io. And so he was the kind of Mercedes let's hire a Top Gun. And he did do that job. He did win races, which marks the macros he didn't do in his second coming. The reason he isn't any higher on the list this list because fagioli actually fascio actually was someone who was a top liner in the pre war days. He just couldn't play the game with Mercedes. He fell out with Alfred norbert was a very fiery Italian versus a very organized German team. He felt that crack Yoda was getting preferential treatment. There's even there's even an example of him stopping a perfectly healthy car and walking away when he felt the team orders weren't going in his favor in the middle of the Belgian Grand Prix. Very fiery character didn't really fit into the Mercedes mold. So that's why he couldn't really be any higher on this list. But by the same token, he did come and he did win races and he was a FrontRunner. So Connor thought we had to be there. But he couldn't really be any higher. I mean, that's a pretty good care if that's a key back in his place, not for not for the first time. But let's move on to driver at number 9. We're staying in the pre war era. This list is really testing my inability to pronounce people's names and surnames, which is ironic really considering my surname but there we go. And number 9 is Manfred von brauchitsch, as you said, Kev, is Mercedes ears 1934 to 1939, one three times three major Mercedes Grand Prix wins, no titles. Kev, why is one brought it at number 9? So for me, he's almost like the Mercedes Mercedes number two for this period. So I don't think he ever really. I mean, there were days where he was as quick as the team leaders. And he did win races. He had a particularly good performance at the 1937 Monaco Grand Prix, which was in the W one two 5. So 650 brake horsepower monster of a car on ties that looked like they fit on a bicycle rather than a racing car these days. So yeah, pretty phenomenal performance. So he did have some strong days. And he was very quick, but he tended to be the secondary driver. The backup to your crack show and then the Hermann Lang later on. So wasn't always the luckiest, but a kind of easy in the list because he was a long-term stalwart of the team throughout that period did play the game in a way that fagioli didn't. And probably worth mentioning as well that as Q lights dimension tatsuya nouvelle at every opportunity in these podcasts we've decided. Nuvolari is famous pre war 1935 German Grand Prix win in an outdated Alfa Romeo. I actually only came about because von brauchitsch had a puncture on his leading Mercedes in the closing stages. So although it was a great victory for naval, he did need a bit of luck and it was one round hit you not for the first or last time had a little bit of misfortune on the Mercedes side. So a kind of a loyal lieutenant is what's got him in the list really. Yeah, nothing to disagree with really, but it's just an observation. I would say probably with the exception of obviously Hamilton and rossberg and Fangio moss, Mercedes just really have a good knack at having a number one and it almost designated number two during a sustained period of success and I think as Kev is sort of alluded to. This is another case in point here. Indeed, and that's what's going to make the upcoming 4 million 1 season so fascinating with George Russell, so highly rated going up against the most successful driver is there in the most successful driver of all time in Lewis Hamilton. But let's come on to the driver at number 8 and following on it's another excellent number two driver for Mercedes, although I'm sure he'd be absolutely furious there himself I referred to in such a way. It's Valtteri Bottas, obviously just departed from the Mercedes Benz Formula One scene. Joe from Mercedes between 2017 and 2021 following Nico Rosberg's shock retirement took all of his Grand Prix wins ten victories and of course no titles. Kev, why is Bottas at 8? And why is he ahead of Ron about it if there are sort of similar number two sort of status? I think even more success scored in his Mercedes, let's not forget the Bottas has been part of that can run of all those constructors titles. And in fact, on a separate piece, I've been working on I've sort of compared number two drivers through the years. And as you say, Bottas, hated the wingman tag, didn't he? But the reality was that he was effectively number two to Hamilton. And Bottas, his scores against Hamilton.

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"kev" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

06:00 min | 7 months ago

"kev" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"But first off, at shockingly at number ten in a top ten list, is that injury and going in at number ten is Ricardo petre. He drove for Williams in the final race of 1987, as well as between 1988 and 1992 winning four times, but no titles. Kev, why is portray a number ten? Well, I think part of the criteria has to be kind of an element it has to be the longevity and the contributing to the team. And I think that portrays you very much did a good job for Williams. He wasn't a mega star like some of the drivers that we've got further up this list, but he contributed obviously to the 92 constructors title, although I would say that actually he drove better the year before. There were times during 1991 with the passive FW 14, where he was quicker than large amounts, so it took mats for quite a long time to sort of get on top of Ricardo in 91. So as you say, he won some races, long-term stall of the team. And the tenth place is always the hard one of the hard ones because while definition you're missing out, you're losing at 11th and I'd say probably a candidate for 11th will be Carlos reutemann. And for me, they're kind of almost either ends of the scalp, but crazy to very consistent score of points. Route on his day was probably better than petrae, but just the word enigmatic was almost invented for him, I think. Sometimes he'd be amazing and sometimes completely not there. And I don't think he did the job for Williams that he perhaps could or should have done. And of course he left the team. He left the team after a couple of races of 82 as well, whereas Petraeus was a sort of a good, reliable, solid drive for Williams is kind of probably how I'd define him. I actually had patrese as 9th, so I'm going to, yeah, I'm going to argue that a higher position for the third card, because I think actually his contribution is slightly underestimated. If you look at what he did in 89 90, where together with William, they developed that Renault engine, which we know from 91 onwards, became the benchmark really until Reynolds chose to leave a sport for the first time. Well, not for the first time but for the end time at the end of 97. And I think Ricardo, when you speak to people at Williams, they really talk highly about his involvement as a test driver and the way he helps to develop that entire package from 1990 into 91, which was the first proper new E car. And I think Ricardo had a bigger role to play as Kev said, you know, the first particularly the first half of 91, he was brilliant, really, really competitive. Probably the closest driver to center in the first half of 91 till the Mansell he destroyed Magna Cole. So I think also he was a calming influence in the team. If you look at the come off the back of mantle versus PK, particularly 86 87 and then having Ricardo arrive at the team just brought a sense of calm, which I think Williams needed really. So I would argue for him to be one place above. I'm not going to give away who he's replacing, but yeah, I'd argue for that. And I probably say the person you have 9th to be tenth. Yes, I was going to say, would you swap them around? Well, let's get into the driver at number 9. This was the first name I was a little bit, almost surprised to see on the list. I don't quite know why, just maybe, let's get you can explain why is there not really for me to say. Number 9, Ralph Schumacher drove volumes between 1999 and 2004 winning 6 times no titles. So Kev, why is Michael Schumacher's younger brother Ralph? Why is he on the list and number 9? Partly because of what you've just said there in that I think everyone tends to overlook Ralph because he wasn't his brother and he wasn't exciting as one Pablo Montoya. So I think it's easy to forget that the good job he did. I think actually in 1999, I think he was one of the best drivers of the whole season in any of the cars. I think he was very unfortunate not to wait. I think it was really brilliant in that season. And that tends to get forgotten. And then, of course, he was the one that gave Williams their first win after that after as Kuhn said, the Renault pulled out, obviously they lost newey, the groove tyre, rules came in narrow cars, and it really the whole thing through Williams off its stride. And they only really got back to the front with BMW power and all that sort of thing. And Ralph was the one that delivered that. So that was quite an important moment for them. And actually, I think he compared pretty well against against one Pablo monso in the end, Montoya did get their did get the better of him. But I think it was closer than people remember, and he did win, he did win 6 times for Williams, and that's ahead of Montage that we mentioned earlier. And it's headed betrays Y so I think I can certainly live with karoon swapping swapping the two around, but in a way I was trying to challenge that kind of assumption that I think Ralph gets a bit of an unfair unfair criticism really. It's not his fault he's not Michael, right? So I think he did a good job for a while there for Williams. And as you say, Kev, those 6 wins make him have the easiest as the highest title of Williams wins compared to any other driver that didn't win the championship. So we know you keep Ralph on the list at number ten. What's your impressions? What's your memories of him as a Williams driver? The highs were very high, were they? I mean, I think back to their Canadian Grand Prix, where he beat Michael in a straight fight. On strategy and it was absolutely brilliant. And I think I was actually going to mention the 1990s and as Kim just did, 'cause there was some really, really good performances there. Should have wanted the Nurburgring that day when Johnny went for Stuart, you know, he was, he was really the pouncy to win that day. That season. Exactly. In a puncture. And I think on the whole that season, he led that team pretty much as a single car effort because Xena.

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"kev" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

04:30 min | 7 months ago

"kev" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"And this time around, we're discussing a team that was a FrontRunner for much of the championships history, but of late has been stuck at the back of the field, albeit with our ambitious plan to get back to the front. It's Williams. Before we dive into our top ten ranking of Williams F one races, let's again ask the person who's constantly writing is the inspiration for the series to go over just how he puts these rankings together. Now if you've listened to our opening two podcasts on Ferrari and Red Bull you'll be familiar with the format. But for those of you who may not have not heard those or thank you, it's always nice to just hear is justifications for frankly doing this task. It's always good to hear from you, if it's all this, what's chief editor, Kevin Turner. So Kev, tell us more, why are we doing this? Well, I mean, it's an excuse to get away from the family during Christmas, isn't it? I think that was I think that's what I went for with the Red Bull one. And actually, the Williams one is the start of it all because when sir Frank Williams died at the end of last year, we obviously put a whole load of things together, including a piece by the other guests that we'll get to in a moment. And we had a really nice sort of tribute, lots of good things about Frank and about Williams. And I just I think I just said in a very editorial chat so the only thing we don't really have is a top ten Williams F one drivers. And there's probably a bit late now, but you know, if you fancy doing it, so off I went and did it, and then it seemed to go reasonably well. So I thought, well, let's do the other big teams. I guess the key point to say is that it's what these drivers did for the team or at the team. So it's not the ten best drivers you ever sat in a Williams. It's what they did for the team and at the team. So that the order would be different potentially different to how you would list the drivers in a greatest race and ride of all time this. So that's probably the main part of criteria that needs that needs to explain and I'm sure the other sort of more nuanced bits of criteria will come in as we debate during this list. And Davey, as I always worth explaining that and as you say, if we do, of course, have a second guest on the podcast today. And this time, he's a very special guest joining us. It's former F one racer and current Sky Sports pundit karun chandok. Now, Korean, you're also a Williams heritage driver, which means you've got excellent insight into the experience and machinery that many of the drivers on this did but also have had from the cars that they've driven. So welcome back to the auto sport podcast. How are you? And how much are you looking forward to arguing with Kev's ten pick of their tech Kemp's pick of the ten best William drivers Williams drivers? Well, first of all, thanks for having me. Very excited to be here. And I love these sort of top ten debates. It's funny because you never ever get a conclusive answer to it. It's always fun to debate and argue. I have to admit, I cheated a little bit because I took Kev's article when I went to have lunch with Jonathan Williams last week and we debated it first over lunch to see how much we agreed or disagreed with Kevin. Can we please do not care if that in general in general on the Williams list I don't argue with you as much as I will on our subsequent podcast about McLaren, where I pretty much argued every one of your rankings. So yeah, I think, yeah, the Williams one, but listen, as you said, as you said that, Alex was looking down the list. And I've been very lucky to drive a car. We're driven by all of the top ten on Kev's list, which is pretty cool. So yeah, looking forward to this little actually. And that's a very good point to coon makes. Is that it is supposed to be fun, right? This is supposed to be another way of shedding light on some great stories and great drivers and great cars sometimes. It's not meant to not meant to be hugely controversial. It's just meant to be a bit of, I mean, I'll take it very seriously when I'm doing it, as you know, Alex the various stats and reports and people that are trying to speak to to put them together. But ultimately, as Korean says, you can argue about these things kind of whilst some of them forever. So eventually you have to put your money where your mouth is and just put the list, put the list down and see what happens. And it sounds like the real falling out is going to come on in the next episode of this series before it gets McLaren. It's a little preview. Indeed, indeed, because you've got more to go listeners. To the top ten ranking. Now just again to explain very quickly, for each entry, Kev, I'll introduce the driver you've selected, you're going to explain why they're in that particular slot and creating you're going to examine Kev's reasoning and logic assuming there is some. And then, of course, although plenty of work as we go through the list, we'll assess the drivers didn't quite make the cuts..

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Why Is Twitter Enabling Russian Officials?

The Larry Elder Show

02:04 min | 7 months ago

Why Is Twitter Enabling Russian Officials?

"As I mentioned. The Twitter accounts of some of these Russian officials are still operating. Meanwhile, mine is being reduced every single day. I'm losing about a hundred or so every single day. Meanwhile, the Twitter counts of these Russian plutocrats and Russian politicians, not a problem. Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, high ranking, Russian officials, there's a verified Twitter account of the minister of foreign affairs of Russia, has nearly 380,000 followers regularly posting stuff on Kremlin talking points. With Putin comments on Thursday, the account, upholstered it over 20 tweets, defending Russia's invasion of Ukraine, one of the tweets said quote, the purpose of this operation is to protect people who, for 8 years now, have been facing genocide by the Kev regime. Another post threatened, quote, tough, response measures, to the European Union's continuing, unfriendly steps against Russia. One post called it this country us for creating quote veritable empire of lies to close quote. And yesterday evening, it tweeted out a phone conversation between Putin and the Iranian president. Where the president quote expressed understanding with respect to Russia's security concerns, caused by the destabilizing actions of U.S. and NATO. The official Kremlin, Twitter account, yes, the Kremlin has an official Twitter account. Continue to post updates of Putin's activities for its 1.2 million followers. There's a Facebook page for Vladimir Putin with 3 million followers. And in congratulated the Russian leader, the day before yesterday on what it called the defender of the fatherland day.

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"kev" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"kev" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

"Jam vendetta and when that came out on playstation at the time i was planning on playing between both playstation playstation two and right before the xbox three sixty came out and that's what i developed so you could build your character create your character you know from head to toe and then you build out the attributes. You know the defenses. The offenses in my of my defense thing was just maxed out my defense. So i didn't know like my punching offense wasn't really good right away but i made my defense like this at the start with like eighty percent. Yeah and then. As i went on and beat beat the fighters it kept creasing. Inversely before i've even got to the end of the game my defense one hundred a rating of one hundred so no matter what my opponent me. I can defend Block it sidestep it. I could counter in and fill. Move our body slam so any fighting game. I think you talked to any. Fcc pro you'll tell them have your defense down. Have your counter attack ready to go. Because obviously that'll help you win matches laura right there so yeah. There's no among catholic. Okay gotcha here. That's funny that's it. I big hasn't made me see biggby. Say anything yet. He said all know he did. Say the old nintendo shows from the nineties. Everything from comedy central beside. Are you talking about paramount plus earlier But he never his your question. I'll ask him one more time. Maybe before we jump off did pretty much answer. And i said why should i invest money paramount plus but all the old nickelodeon shells central did answer it right around. I'm thinking all right and he also lied. Cbs channel cbs channels. And then he says. Friday third teeth is no other friday the thirteenth year for the rest of twenty twenty one which i know from a business. Part of that is no fun. A lot of companies coin they do. They do friday the thirteenth campaigns activation because a friday the thirteenth. They don't have it for the rest of the year you had. You had to go. All in on august thirteen friday the thirteenth for the year. I know how mark we mean. You both know how marketing works. So they missed out. If they didn't do it on friday the thirteenth and august eight and get it down. just gone. it's gone is gone and you know what else has gone. Being what this show is gone is getting complete. What i have to say. Thank you to you ben. thank you john. Thank you the lower calf him. Spitting them hot bars and obviously put in hot games into the mat in his thumbs and everything so good luck to him. We'll be following them. If you listen to podcast you can follow him on all his all his social and watch him on his twitter channel. He's a madman pro. He plays a man and ultimately championship championship. Series will check them out our. we'll be following them up on that. And i hope everybody come back next week. I know next week. It'd just be myself in john in weeks we have. Ea executive producer. Clint oldenburg who works on madden..

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"kev" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"kev" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

"Bra row row. Row yeah boat gently thirds sorry. Excuse me it's time for what's on stree- loves raw man. Got my paddling. Him tire always fine. I know i gotta do that every week now the week. I didn't do it band with what you doing. You brought it to my attention so mar west on strength for the week is a fun very fun. Movie are czar. tv show. It is called the mysterious benedict society. It is on disney. Plus i've been. I've been on the disney plus kick obviously because my kick in and the grandfather skills and the mom the mom. The parenti steals back with my granddaughter. Had been busy and now is the thing that shut her down. Thank you disney. When i wanted to put her down for a nap. Disney was my go-to app right there. So but then for me at the she would fall asleep. Are we're done watching frozen for the twentieth time. Here we go so. I tuned into the mysterious benedict society. So this is a group of gifted orphan that are recruited by centric benefactor to go on a secret mission. So it's kinda like a downsized kid edition of x. Men okay and some of them have powers but really their main power is basically. They're very intelligent as i said in the In the description so gifted means they're very talented reasoning and understand most of them are all impasse so they understand bill when somebody they feel people when they're angry mad sat uncomfortable about talking doing something. It kinda used those intuitions when they feel you know talking to in conversation walking pass somebody or watching a just observing instead that always trying to talk talk talk. This is me. I mean this is what i do. But they're paying attention to the world around them and that's kind of gives them the leg up when they when they do their when they've now when their turn to do something they already got it figured out boom and they just excel but now they recruited to help this company this benefactor go on secret mrs to infiltrate what we talk about with china from trade government trying to control us by so in the in the series that they're saying that government is controlling us by tv by putting internal messaging in the commercials in the tv. Show to get us the by certain things. Does that sound familiar with that. You've been does does yes. So check it out. It's on it's been on disney plus for A couple of weeks. Now we binged it. We're done watching it. But i'm gonna watch the game because the characters are fun. They have the girl no one of the girls. she is She is like a they call. She's like a swiss army knives. She has a little bucket. She carries out her tools in it so she always knows how to either..

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"kev" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"kev" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

"Ball. A what is it Nickelodeon would you say arnold. Hey arnold death. What is that work game from motivation. They call them football. Had but yeah you could compare it to a watermelon head. There you go. Would you got care. I probably i probably have the watermelon. Hegg heads death small. It's a lot more susceptible to damage like you fall. It just pop. Sorry is over with deftly. Rather have the watermelon hit smart man and this was hard for me because my favorite sport is football played and coached it. How would i be able to get a helmet to fit on my head. It was watermelon. Would you do that. They make them make them yes. I remember in college one of my teammates. He's gonna be mad about me on this. The the end little evans he was a. He was a freshman when i was a sophomore great running back out of wichita kansas and he had to get a helmet. You know helmet come in like hat. Sizes like seventy eight stuff like that. His helmet was purple or green. My hoda you don't have a number. You just gotta color dog. You got a big man. It's lying you got that big ahead. They just gave you a color man. That's cool to me as for real straight up. Customer out. The box on with going with the a watermelon. That's cool go with that. I think i'm gonna do watermelon. 'cause i also takes me to as beetlejuice never beetlejuice said got his trump. If you've ever seen that movie with Jack nicholson jack. Michael keaton. that's a classic. And he's the guy got the this little voodoo stuff sprinkled on his hand has small. You're gonna talk funny to get a little chipmunk voice targeting. I'm gonna go watermelon from me. So call you watermelon it. I'll watermelon head as well. I think you make a good point about choice. I.

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"kev" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"kev" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

"There's like no matter what either. Clean my room clean the kitchen or take your book outside and all that oh. My parents were strict especially summer break. I will be like some abrasive. I was in the house too much. They take it for week to take it for two weeks out at the end of the summer. Like whatever school by the game back in session two weeks before they take the game. All right you gotta get back at school. Moat game like they were just like real strict but it works. I guess a clap right there. Good job mom. Dad to my mom and dad did the same thing being done. You got anything that to jump. Oh yeah yeah no. I didn't know if john was going to jump in there. So it was your brother that got you into gaming. Was there like a specific council at you. I started on. Upc guy now. How does it all work now because as we're about to talk about here you're pretty good at madden So i think the first console was like a. Ps two or like a ps three. It was like a long time ago like that. It was mostly dislike sports games. We also have like a we back. we had. I mean. I remember playing on game to run up all i just older consoles is like really. Everything's variety game at sort of okay so correction so big. Be helped us out. He's one of my helps. Our with the stream harasses john from time to time so with mad at twenty five. He was barry sanders. It was on three safety. It was. Adrian peterson on the xbox. One copy. Oh yeah so. I knew i knew was in there. Somewhere so so yeah we've been mentioning your madden rank and so i'm gonna let you tell everybody in the twitch chat and on the podcast where are you ranked in terms of matting competitors. Right now They just dropped a power rankings for this year and i ranked forty six and the power rankings out of fifty so Made the top fifty which is cool. Obviously i want to be higher in the world though world. Yes in the world so everybody just realize that. He's he's forty seats. The forty six person really good at matt how those rankings as it just obvious is winning. I mean i'd move up. Yeah they basically do like all the competitive tournament so like how you place these tournaments Like how you Like how you get your ranking higher and the reason. I'm on there because i made like a final sixteen in the biggest tournament in men twenty and last year i made like the final sixty four of like the biggest tournament. So that's why i'm up there. I'm probably going to drop the over for the tournament this last week. I didn't qualify for.

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"kev" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"kev" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

"So that like that was all like really big promotion as well but it was all just because they're youtuber shouted me out and then of course the man community because you not play man so i told all my guys on twitch like you know coming here vote for me and helped me witness and that helps when you got the in pros because matter pros. They got they got. They got a lot of followers a lot of fans out there and again. That's a big family support. Been you got anything you want to shoot his way. Yeah i was gonna add in there. You just talk about your twitch channel and stuff do you find that that helps to get the word out about your music especially when you talk about. It's hard to get people to give it a listen. Initially that health for all these new ways to get your music and really you know whatever else you want to put out there to the public. Yes twitch definitely was twitch was definite i platform where i was getting new people. Listen to my music. Because the first night i dropped my music i like did a livestream. Either hey guys. Dropping my ep. A live streaming like the whole community showed up and they were there they were listeners. Supporting or you know these. Their re tweeted on twitter like so like twitch definitely helped me a lot because like i'm already like have the following their because of madden and stuff so like these people like they already like like me for me so of course italy. Hey i'm gonna check out his music you know already light jets or check out his music so twitch was definitely super helpful nine john. I thought it was interesting. You said your dad just kind of pushed you to freestyle is like just keep going. Just keep freestyle. And so what was the time period between you just free styling and trying to keep you know kind of break out of your shell to the point where your i'm assuming going in some sort of a studio at actually recording you know these these songs that you are now in. How different was that first. Time when you got into a recording studio so like From the free styling studio it was like so my friend. Ilan like when the pandemic it like everybody's homework lockdown so like my best friend along like. We always like messing around the freestyle freestyle at songs. We were writing songs. Whatever and lonzo bro. Let's go to the studio. Let's just go to the studio and to see what was going to studio so we go to the studio and like my first time. The was like super nervous like never been a recording studio. Got the engineering narrow scenario. I don't even know. I didn't even record it like right. It was like to so bad it was like my first time. You know like super nerve wracking. But you know i went in there and i recorded a couple of songs my friend reporters from songs and it came out pretty good. Like you know you're sending people people like. Wow this is like this is good. Whatever like you know what like from there we dislike. Drop the music. It was all just 'cause like my friend friends doing it and we're like forget it. Let's go to the studio knife. So speaking of the twitter chat we got a g g grow gaming how you doing notorious airforce who also helps out with our graphics so welcome in and we got a new person in here k. f. lex or k. Flexing excuse me k. Flexible and putting that together. And of course your best friend john He has Oh it's lucky you know he put that out there..

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"kev" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"kev" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

"I where did summer go on. Your back in school man already started today. Yes it's like. Wow we're in june. Yeah literally gone. I don't know what's going on. John would do so. What else is going to say. It's good to have john back. And i'm glad to see in cut us hair. I'm the one person or you got a little was. That is that the opponent or man bun man blah. I like to call it man. But i think it's gotcha. I'm the one person if they're here is going to like to see you. And he is here. Big b b is in the chat so john is bag so you can talk to him and ask him a lot of questions there. You go But now we're going to bring in our guest kind already mentioned and we talked to him a little bit already so we got up and coming rapper and madden pro. I like both. Those are two things i definitely love is rappers and play madden. So he's upcoming rapper. So i'm envious. Because i can't i can only rhyme to abc's aright and he. My man is a man in pro and he. He got some special news to tell us about that per being a pro as well and he believe within the last month he released a new single call ninety percent so welcome into the migrants gamers. Lounge lower caveman. How you doing good now a very high on doing real good doing real good so Like i mentioned you just re released a new single here in the last month or so so tell us about that. New single i believe is called ninety ninety percent. If i'm saying that correctly yeah it's called ninety percent. I released that about maybe two or three weeks ago i think dropped off platforms. Spotify apple cloud anywhere. You can find it to search my name. Lorca ninety percent of come up One of my harder wrapping singles..

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"kev" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"kev" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Different passes says in one way. We're going to try to get it from the state racing commission. But oh by the way we don't get it that way then we're just gonna just gonna tax Owners directly and and so you know again just think about how outrageous but says that. You're you're telling few members of one industry that they have the ability to impose a tax on the rest of the industry that that just never happened and So that's why we think we have such a compelling case to tell to tell the courts here that this is just this is just illegal and you can't. You can't make ross. Well what's the what is the timing Brian what What will happen in the in the short term. And and how will this. The with the clock starts ticking. Obviously with the filing yesterday what What are the process from here where we're hoping to move very quickly Because right now as they're all that we know that has happened is that the nominating commission has been named and it's up to them to them name the permanent members of the authority. And so we're asking the court to stop that. I'm taking place and so will be up to the judge that we can get that a hearing on that issue could take place very soon in the coming weeks. Well we will wait for that as the next step. And then once said there's a hearing How quickly is there Either a either a a pause an injunction how does how does that process unfold condition injection very quickly thereafter. i mean even potentially At the at the conclusion the hearing but probably within a few days of that well we will with waiting the wait and watch and Certainly brian i appreciate the opportunity to you. Know to get this out. And and by way of an explanation for for stakeholders and and horse players and and fans and bill wildly Thanks very much I i hate that. This is the first time. I get a chance to have you on the show. Well thank you. I enjoyed being here. I don't particularly enjoy the subject but the subject there and we need to address. Brian kelsey the justice law center and judge bill wildly. The arkansas h. bpa and Essentially speaking for the national as well as a lawsuit to challenge He's a clock starts Ticket and Will continue to follow it and we'll get some other Viewpoints as well and coming days guys. Thanks so much. And i'm sure we'll rank bill by leeann bryant kelsey. Let's take a break here. It's close enough to the top of the hour and we'll come back and get into. Ob s gonna talk the tom ventura and Set the scene down there about hour away from starting the first two year old in training sale of the year will check in with erin wellman. Aaron will be glued to the computer all day. he's watching. He's watching breezes. He's looking at pedigrees in contact with his people on the sales grounds ov- es and also Erin and the eclipse partners are are basking in the afterglow of like i don't know five wins in the last two weeks including i think three stake winds.

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"kev" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"kev" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"That it will probably be more than what the cost is. Add fresh And wide now and present. I racing commissions take care most of that now how does a that lateral agency compel the state of arkansas and the state of florida to put part of their revenues into a private entity program to pay for the cost of testing. I have no idea how that could occur. I would assume it would require an an act from the legislature and florida arkansas. Before they could take public money in arkansas and put it in to a regulatory Program or a private entity in bobbing particular industry So those are the kind of questions that are out there. That have no answers to him now. And we're not receiving any information plum The jockey club with Which has been the principal boo shaker in terms of the adoption this legislation so they they are questions like that that are out that have no potential Anxious for us right now and it will be up to discretion of data forty once that authorities name and they have the absolute right to tell us how much we're going to have to pay to be regulated And and what. I think will happen i. I've statistics already show that over ninety percent of owners lose money and the hawks business i been in for thirty one years and then thirty one years. I've had three years. I've made a profit That's not a very good business model and you got to love what you're so. Those are the kind of things that i think are out there. That are so scary to this. And are the consequence. Congress delegating its authority to a private entity. Well and brian. Brian kelsey with us From the justice law center and judge bill walmsley from the arkansas. Hp bpa. i what what what bill. Just referenced The you know the states And their authorities and the revenue stream that they receive from racing that that's why i was curious about why they're there hadn't been state You know in joining of this kind of a lawsuit because it it it certainly to me. I mean they're they're at at great risk the seven jurisdictions that you know that administer racing currently and and it is curious i mean why why would why were they not or How were they not engaged in in this as well as this process not the lawsuit process but the process of the you know of the creation of usa. How were they. not you know. Part of the discussion. I do think it's just another example of how a congress when it fails to actually debate laws How it's it leads to making bad loss in this instance not. It's not even quite clear. How the thirty is he's gonna try to get revenue. It says it uses two.

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"kev" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"kev" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"There's probably two windows today to listen in The mayor's hurdle at eleven forty is a possibility and also the the ultimate the handicap chase as. Well those those are actually those are both good because they're super competitive so actually just two minutes to post here and appreciate it who you know we knew was going to be a short bryce. Well two to five a little. A little hyper on the on the short price actually And let's to see what. Let me make. Sure what kevin before. I i wanna say grumpy. Charlie was the grumpy charlie and irascible. There's an exact Grumpy charlie is twenty eight to one and forty one. Those were the the options that have thought. That could be part of you. Know each way bats or the the exotics with appreciate it so just about a minute to post. And we'll keep tabs the next four days on the hurdling and the chasing at cheltenham so i'll pull up the video too so we can actually look this morning to see if it kind of a kind of a day ended. It looks looks pretty glorious actually at at cheltenham and they're at the post laura So case let's reach let's reach for bryant and for bill. And i should mention to you know i i'm establishing their visit that the brian is the is the legal Expertise but bill walmsley's a retired judge As well so he's he's just as Just just as accomplished when it comes to the legal the legal parts of of what's going on so we'll reach for them and And i'm sure that you know we'll have a steady. I reached out to You know alan form and you know. And i think it's pretty clear that their absence of participation they are accepting of the direction that that he says established and also. It should probably get a chance to talk to alex wardrobe to another. That's why i laughed when i said how many attorneys You know how many attorneys are at our disposal. There's there's too many attorneys that Too often right that we have to To get to so I don't wanna launch anything with with a and audit They're off at the cheltenham as well. So we're everything getting going at once we'll start Add that. I mentioned that the league's going to join us from arkansas as well from the hp but I i'm alive bryant kelsey. Who's the senior attorney at the liberty justice center. Brian good morning. Thanks for having me brian. I i In advance of judge. Walmsley joining us. I thought it'd be important just to establish the parameters involved here. And i explain liberty justice and you know what your involvement essentially means In in this in this case cert liberty..

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Copycat (MM #3552)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Copycat (MM #3552)

"The with kevin mason long fascination with copycat recipes refined something at a restaurant you like and you try to make it at home and taste the same way. They're really started coming into popularity when the internet hit. And i've actually got a copycat recipe and mike kev mania blog for the made right sandwich. Which was something you could find all around america you can only find them mainly in iowa or illinois back in the day now. Of course there's a chain in a few more states can get a made right. But i've got the copycat respite just in case. I need it today. We're making copycat arby's roast beef and cheddar sandwiches or second. Run up the road ten minutes and go to arby's and get beef cheddar sandwich. What's the point though we can make them at home. Onion rolls deli roast beef and how some velveeta cheese at some catalina dressing on. It's close enough. It's not an exact copycat but for some reason. Everybody likes to make copycat recipes. Look all the time online and see people trying to make a copycat wendy's frosty don't know why you can just run to wendy's but at recipes always fascinate me. I'm just curious as to how people come up with these things.

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Copycat (MM #3552)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Copycat (MM #3552)

"The with kevin mason long fascination with copycat recipes refined something at a restaurant you like and you try to make it at home and taste the same way. They're really started coming into popularity when the internet hit. And i've actually got a copycat recipe and mike kev mania blog for the made right sandwich. Which was something you could find all around america you can only find them mainly in iowa or illinois back in the day now. Of course there's a chain in a few more states can get a made right. But i've got the copycat respite just in case. I need it today. We're making copycat arby's roast beef and cheddar sandwiches or second. Run up the road ten minutes and go to arby's and get beef cheddar sandwich. What's the point though we can make them at home. Onion rolls deli roast beef and how some velveeta cheese at some catalina dressing on. It's close enough. It's not an exact copycat but for some reason. Everybody likes to make copycat recipes. Look all the time online and see people trying to make a copycat wendy's frosty don't know why you can just run to wendy's but at recipes always fascinate me. I'm just curious as to how people come up with these things.

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Copycat (MM #3552)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Copycat (MM #3552)

"The with kevin mason long fascination with copycat recipes refined something at a restaurant you like and you try to make it at home and taste the same way. They're really started coming into popularity when the internet hit. And i've actually got a copycat recipe and mike kev mania blog for the made right sandwich. Which was something you could find all around america you can only find them mainly in iowa or illinois back in the day now. Of course there's a chain in a few more states can get a made right. But i've got the copycat respite just in case. I need it today. We're making copycat arby's roast beef and cheddar sandwiches or second. Run up the road ten minutes and go to arby's and get beef cheddar sandwich. What's the point though we can make them at home. Onion rolls deli roast beef and how some velveeta cheese at some catalina dressing on. It's close enough. It's not an exact copycat but for some reason. Everybody likes to make copycat recipes. Look all the time online and see people trying to make a copycat wendy's frosty don't know why you can just run to wendy's but at recipes always fascinate me. I'm just curious as to how people come up with these things.

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"kev" Discussed on Bangarang Radio

Bangarang Radio

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"kev" Discussed on Bangarang Radio

"Some stuff and Do a do a journey road. All request or? or You could just play the hell. You don't WanNa play the whole record. We can find out what everyone's favorite songs are, and we can make sure we play those right now. Yeah. I can play a tune to begin begin the show, and then we'll go on and just start taking requests because there's a lot of people that kids you know and another thing I wanted to say to is that of all the songs were playing tonight if anybody out there. Wants to if you're having a hard time hearing the lyrics or whatever. If you want to know the lyrics to this Pacific Song, I will email them to you. I'll send them to you. Okay. I love you I love to have you read what writing so that you can kind of match it up with the way the song was by need you to do that for my tramp stamp Tattoo that I'm getting. Glad, you're gonNA email me those because I wanted to make sure I get the lyrics and there there you go. Buddy. All right I like that Song Hell's going to have a handful of means a lot. Yes I like the I really enjoyed hearing the story behind it. Yeah. So what do we have? Coming our way next. On. The tuning son. Okay. So I asked my buddy. Ted Slow Kevin, talk at Ted in a long time, and we connected it again to one of those people that you just connect with. No. So glad of it you know. Tonight's to work together guitar lessons and stuff and Ted's more of a blues man than anything but he can. He can write pretty much anything which is Kinda cool and I remember he played this song wants in its called Red Rover. And is probably one when I heard him. Sing at play at the first time I, could not a I could not get past the tears I cried like a fricken baby because it was just so passionate and so there was some sad parts in here too. But it's like looking back on your childhood and not every single line means from what I'm getting from it means. Ted You can correct me if I'm wrong here. Not, every line means something was awful and terrible and horrible. But the things that were not really pleasant in a young person's life is they're growing up. That's the stuff that I'm reading here and it just it blew my mind man, you know. And I asked him a few days ago I could play this song. And he said absolutely, go ahead. Awesome. Well, I hope I hope Ted's watching well, if Ted you're watching. Watching I wrote this. Good Yeah. I'm not seeing anything so. Kev wrote this song or? Listen to the words I'm going to try to pronounce them correctly because I have a tendency to slur my lip. quit drinking and before the show that would probably help. Yeah. That water really got me buddy. Let me tell you. All right. This is called Red Rover and by Ted.

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Oklahoma governor says he has tested positive for COVID-19

All Things Considered

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Oklahoma governor says he has tested positive for COVID-19

"Tamara Keith NPR NEWS, The governor of Oklahoma has tested positive for the Corona virus. Jessica Gallagher reports. The announcement comes two days after the state reported its highest number of new daily infections. Nearly 1000 governor Kev instead has been a staunch supporter of reopening businesses during the pandemic. He has also refused to mandate masks. Saying that he will protect the freedoms of Oklahomans and that the state won't be what he calls a mask. Shemer the governor is isolating at home. The state has so far recorded more than

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"kev" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"kev" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

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"kev" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"kev" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Just thought that. Might have that more upside as like. This is a race for kind of people who projections and trying to figure out you know how much extra trainers will. We'll get second time. And I think yet. Interest the way to the way the rates. The NAMIC on I think has and had race against race. Looks to be mice. Might improve partner. I like it There's fools. Rush in and. Whether we're going to be fools or not. We're going to rush in to rile ascot tomorrow at very excited. Kev k. e., the H. U. M. Follow Kev on twitter. We'll talk again on Wednesday. We'll recap the first two days and then we'll look at Thursday Friday and Saturday with Cav and his right up will be at the website at the races cab. Brilliant is always and look forward to and Wednesday good luck tomorrow. Thank. Day that you tell me to come on chopping. Guessing happy knocking up to check on the week. Hopefully we'll have a winner to backed by down. Exactly up frees everybody and Kev invariably. Puts people onto clever and frequently. Frequently, offbeat horses. We're going to stay here and We're GONNA. Come back and join Eric House strum at Indiana where they gotta be getting excited for opening day, and we'll set the stage here in a minute. Let me just Pass this onto case and Yeah, there, we go off done. You got We're also GONNA talk to Joe Clancy. Joe's GonNa. Do was recapping of the action Middleburg from Saturday including the temple Guacamole, and we'll get caught up on that front and more we've also. We've also got We took care of things..

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Cyrname upsets the odds with landmark victory over Altior

The Final Furlong Podcast

06:57 min | 3 years ago

Cyrname upsets the odds with landmark victory over Altior

"Of amazing we had bought a spectacle we were treated to surname versus the highest rated a horse and training against arguably the best. Racehorse in training Nichols versus Henderson. was always going to be blood in the water or or something had to give thankfully you both committed you both for us and we ended up with a thrilling thrilling race. In my opinion it was on soft ground surname with his first win on his seasonal debut. Paul was was speaking to nick it yesterday. But this and the thing that really caught my eye or caught my attention was the interview. He gave Lou carvey directly after the race. He was very very emotional. He described it along the lines of Kado stars. Fifth bet fair chase when they weren't entirely sure or the team had had injury issues with them and it could have been his farewell and there were two things that stood out to me about that one the importance of this horse us to comparing him to the greatest source I've ever seen over jumps particularly as as a stare and three how. How exciting reading this? This horse is so number of questions for you. How did you manage to get to ask for the post race celebrations? What what was your impression Russian of the performance and how pleased where you? And why is he as Paul. Nicholson said a different horse. This season question one. No I didn't get Oscar on the way back from Haydock. The reason he won I this year is because like but before now he he is not been the horse he is now he was as a gopher again and again but he was as you all know. He was competing wildwood beforehand. He's called nine an awful lot so I don't think any of his forearm up until so middle. Last season was really relevant to Saturday. A touch does he have. I would imagine obstinately my sis on what is I say when in Maine it was great. Because you know we're using it for prep for the King George is GonNa improve twenty percents of that. Nicky have a bit of that Nicky Henderson upbringing. You in Kev. Just you've written about this for your article authorises which I have indeed read. I tell a lie I I had dictated to me but still i. I know what you've written took brief lazy. I was multitasking. As multitasking. Thanks so just was was suitable but you wrote about lost in translation and switched to surname as always you wrote very eloquently about it This was fantastic clash in an era where these champion horses tend to avoid each other until it comes to the big occasion. This this was terrific. You made the point about the betting which is something that I was talking about as well. The dogs in the street were talking about how what else you're always working. I know that he was after having a wind operation over the summer but so it surname Henderson seemed super confidence that betting was outrageous -rageous threes on l.. T. Org off. But that's not how the script came out. What did you make of what was essentially a match race and thrilling race? Well just to deal with their betting I because this was a story in itself Look at the more race. And you're watching the more markets you watch you. You come to realize that especially in the last decade in particular debating in the last ten minutes before race is very much more paying heed to and big strong late moves tend to be an exceptional guy aid to what's going to happen. What's expected to happen? Of course it doesn't always always work out but this was just a remarkable betting market like I made a nap. The five to four. I talked he was he. He was a very fair price at that. I taught at that price. There was an edge in backing him and he's drifted out to three to one on on the exchanges. You know close to the off and as they were jumping off like it was just a sense of inevitability about that someone somewhere a very big player or a number of big players knew something be at a very very strong positive for your or a negative for surname Someone thought they knew something. Betting just moved to a remarkable extent. But look if you didn't know anything about that and he just watched the race. You know panda lags. The as one might have hoped it. Would you know the the official handicapper got thank. You agree for having certain pound ahead about your. But that's how it panned. Douse the big difference for me. In terms of the prince between the two on today well it was mostly jumping. I don't wanting salmon was an issue for out your his jumping compared to surnames. Just let him down and we didn't see anything madly out of character for. How's your he can give them an NBA too much air? He can be slightly slow through the air and we've seen an in law recent times especially that he can go of it left When he's going around the right track and he did all of those things at various times whereas surname was just Bang Bang Little Bit Long I think it was is the fourth and the sixth when really really mattered he absolutely ping and any chance. That out your head of grinding out a victory as he so often hasn't his career he just finds a way late on especially. It's been a feature about your strong his lateness races. But those two jobs koplowitz surnames obvious. top-class ability just made us and Unachievable task for Audi or and so look fabulous. horserace really really enjoyed US delighted for all concerned as an ecclesiastic. Harry Course Look as enjoyable enjoyable. There's this was Nike say as improbable as it was to get a clash of this of this magnitude in the third week of November You know it does give us tend to look forward to at the manage. It seems like we have a rematch. Look forward to and which will be really interesting at South but You know for all answered some questions. Sion's it asks some new ones as well so this I it was just fabulous really enjoyed us and I'm really looking forward to seeing it wrong back over a slightly eighty different set of circumstances and see what

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Jump Racing Stars Return: Weekend Review

The Final Furlong Podcast

09:46 min | 3 years ago

Jump Racing Stars Return: Weekend Review

"Tracy hello welcome back to the show. Thank you having me back again. Your debut went condone an absolute storm. So no pressure no pressure no I loved it Alaska and so it's good to be getting back into the national hunt side of it at this time as well Have you been reading out much at Tom Georgia stable and have you any info for us. Yeah yeah that's it. Yeah the form is kicking in now as well broke. Because I mean it's well documented. Isn't it with Tom. Sources that they take take a little bit of warming up for the season but OC big guns are coming out now with at some available in black off. Yeah the WHO is going really well. So it's worth getting early in the mornings as mornings getting the leaker at the minutes are going and see yes bro Policy Hoses now into getting getting sits on the. Yeah as we see the frost in the morning and it's dark when we wake up early in the morning and it's getting during the evenings aren't stretching out like they used to but the great thing about it though is that we get to talk about jumps racing and a man who has so many fingers in in so many different pies and so access to so much information is at the races pundit. Mr Kevin Blake the award nominated Nominated Kevin Blake by the way. And if I said this earlier in the year if you don't win this year it's an absolute disgrace time was. has you sound confident. You're sounding confidence. Speech is better than that. Yeah thanks boy. Simon Rowlands also dominated from the racist dot com and rightly so at the races. Dot Com have got Microsoft for the jumps which Kevin has contributed to so to podcasts favorite. Toni Keenan and many others. There is some gold gold information there so highly. Recommend you check it. It'll come up on the at the races. Main page click into it info gold like therefore you speaking of let's look back at some of the highlights. The weekend we saw Nicky Henderson unleash some of his Cheltenham Festival hopes. There were two big races that to you his young guns running and they won but this a bit of question marks over both of them after their performances I would say. Let's start with Santini. We were recording on Mondays. This was yesterday the Virgin bit future stars into media chase at sandown. He just about beat now McGinty to be fair talk. His jeep brand. No SORTA racing was well back in thirty lengths behind winner if the bet three six five or whatever the hell it's called now Cup At sandown. What what did you make of this performance to start the season for Santini kitschy? Yeah it was. Laborious believes the mean Nicky Henderson came out himself and he's a very strict toolkit very nicky Henderson and he said himself you know he's the first one to say that it was is a bit of a struggle facade teeny and but everyone saw him before one hundred and he was he was pretty big weightwise in the PRELIMS US country down to post and I was in the shooter day so we got the full coverage of him and we had a Ken encore in. He rang up to preview the race. What he'd seen in paddock and he just said some teeny he said he? He is big and so naturally he's GonNa come on. Fritz and Nicky Henderson said himself that he's a really it difficult to gauge way. You all with him and he says he doesn't really do a tapa home so he does always need to run and he does always come among for it but he was just always behind the bridal luckily McGinty gave him the lead. Because I'd save Santini a hot to make his own running essay he would have been an idol out in front probably would have lost a few links at his at his fences so not reasonably. He's not going for the king. George now probably move based on His run in Felton noses lush. Da were finishing the. It's just. He's a big horse. He needs galloping. Track in Camden. I'm doing is just to shop for him. Say Rid of a blessing in disguise from a from that point of view but no we. Didn't he just in seconds. Let's talk about him briefly. I thought he ran blinder. I vote he had a sneaky chance going into it of Sierra Stuart Edmonds usage. You never have any fears. What so ever I? I'm out that they are going to be a shooting to perfect shen for that race. Either master trainer of course in terms of he feeds them to the heavens Today that he makes himself but he trains them really hard. So they're tough. They're always fit but they have a plenty enough energy and enthusiasm in them to go well so he runs on an absolute blind just being behind the bridal early on another one a and Tommy Bryan made really decisive move in just getting him up with the pace Properly make his mind evidence fences and forcing the issue and and baking his fitness toby source Santini country down to post and thought he have the fitness to a retention prevail over him. But he'll go to Welsh national on our which We will have a massive massive chance in that providing Yeah is his jumping still say as well which he had a little bit of an issue last last time Last season one hundred with fresh early on how to get Genieford Huntington very unseated Karen Gatherings at day. So he's an yeah. He's a really nice looking forward but yes I'm teeny is going to have to come on a lot. He's got approved himself. Invest Higher Rankings. So Santini is rory largs idea of the Gold Cup winner will come to my selection who has reappeared hidden very much disappointed already this season but this was his first our start. He's threes on Kev. Are we being overly harsh on Nikki source. Is it just a case of while he's come out in these one or would you look at this. This is a forerunner race. You should've known by further. Yeah and I'm pretty disappointed. SULFITE Very Labor which you wouldn't really expect it's an honor horses seasonal reappearance. They should be more exuberant than normal really under the seasonal return and he was very labor. It needed to be driven away from fences dances relatively early in the race and just made really hard work of hired to put a number on. What now McGinty did in Iran up to himself or was he was he just blow himself Out of his wallet. Because they're a monetary of the rest having raised the Gallup so very disappointing. Look you'd never judge a horse too harshly on on one. Go with again. The next day was if he shapes in in in any way similar fashion. IB reaching for cheek pieces or blinkers curse or something like that. Because I think he shaped like a horse that needed them there and you know. It's it's puzzling Nikki. Seemingly isn't considering the Christmas chasing Jason efforts down for him. If he doesn't want to go to the King George that would be the natural target for I think Nikki is a small bit allergic to go to Ireland anytime buyer the Punchestown unfestive which is Pity because you'd imagine the effort sound would play to his strengths. Why is that though because the the lexus chases aces used to be known? Now the Leopardstown Chris Denman came over for best mate. Came over for it. Pretty sure L.. Best mate got got beaten in it by the infamous for Salmon Salmon. Paul carberry celebration but it is the ideal race for him and yeah look. Nikki is tell them focused. It doesn't like to travel before it and I think that's ultimately it okay. Well let's take a look at some of the other horses reappeared who are second season chasers and this means that we have the opportunity to talk about this yet. The ladbrokes champion chase down royal was won by Roach. Respect is a real funnel podcast favorite mostly. Thanks to Kim Blake Cleanser Soba was well held back in seconds. The King George Winner Alpina so back in third. We'll talk about jockey bookings a little bit later on and then there was Delta work all the way back and forth. Who was my idea of the Gold Cup winner? I was really perplexed by this. Was this In your view Kate a real case of. It's very early in the season. Let's not panic or would you be a little bit worried. The cleanser Soba was beaten so easily the delta work was well held. Maybe we're not giving them respect to Russia respect. Yeah I royer I. I definitely think it's way too early for me to take any sorts of judgement entitled to send in a Kuna cools after the race. I mean it's been well documented over stars who their seasons pools horses will very much needed the Ron and you kind of thought the fact that Kandebow was making the journey over that he might Well have that fitness on his side. He may be a bit more focused on the fact they were going that way but I think he he shaped really well and You know I caridi wouldn't read too much into that and Yeah he's A. I think he's a really nice progressive. Who Still Use Yucca? Plenty enough it gives you everything folks on this end of the season at this stage. Now it's not for me to read too much into

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You can visit the home of the Devil, and he's Welsh?

We Need To Talk About Ghosts

04:50 min | 4 years ago

You can visit the home of the Devil, and he's Welsh?

"Accident brian he says hi kev for you might like to read the south wants me and my friends went to land us and open mountain called penny kevin i think it's that and why c e f n apparently there is a cave on this mountain which is said to be the home of the devil and villages in the area have allegedly carried out an xs which failed to get rid of him didn't know the devil was welsh lucifer the name is the lucifer that's definitely indian not well at all apologies to both india and wales we're we me and my friends went up with the backpack each and a tour in some lights some lights on in case it got dark quickly what were the torch and light you're gonna do right on you however when we put our bags down we start it's with a bit of a laugh and to try and scare each other one of my friends had he had something from within the cave so we all fell silence as we stood there in a circle around the cave a stone was thrown from inside of the cave to the outside wall that's weird nilis's say we just grabbed off things and run back down the hill it was a mountain a minute ago make you make your mind here brian short sweet but i can only say we were all terrified when a happened thanks for reading this brian wow that was your sweet bought it was bloody good and i know land i think in orlando so think it's by abba galley but i did not know the devil lives there the things you learn on this shelley devils welshman devils abolish boy that was better okay so we've run on a

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