31 Burst results for "Keelan"

The Virtues of Mathematics

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:03 min | 5 months ago

The Virtues of Mathematics

"Now, there is a line as well. I want you to explain something to me. I always try and read seriously, but not literally, because if I read literally, I'd be confounded. You say, when you were 16th, you went to nerd camp. Map camp. Quote, it was the first time I'd ever met anybody who was smart. Now I know keelan. So I know really brilliant people in your family. I think you meant it's the first time you met one of those geniuses in math, right? Well, it was a little more than that. Kegan didn't live in Sharon, so there was a whole lot of good for the smartest kid and share it. But I went to, I went to study calculus and analytic geometry at Cornell and there were all these kids from New York City and they all had like 5 800s on their SATs and the kid in the room next to me hadn't taken trigonometry, and he was doing calculus. So he bought a trig book and read it. Over a couple of days. And yeah, those are really smart people. And I was not that smart. So I had it was a step in my growing up. I felt really insecure. And so I started smoking cigarettes, a habit, which I didn't give up for another 30 years. I

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"keelan" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:36 min | 10 months ago

"keelan" Discussed on WTOP

"Have to do but I know that you see those people out there have IDs in their pockets I know my son does Sacramento mayor Darrell Steinberg is urging people to come together during this difficult time This is a time for strength It is a time for reflection It is a time to up the quotient of kindness and caring for one another It's time for healing and it's time for action Police are asking for the public's help in solving this crime Another crime this one in Dallas one person is dead as many as 11 others injured when an outdoor concert in Dallas turned deadly reporter Chris Fox has details Police were called shortly after 1130 Saturday night to a trail ride in concert in south Dallas a couple thousand people were in attendance early reports are that a fight broke out in the crowd Police confirmed that one man fired a gun into the air Another open fire into the crowd Three children were among those hit 26 year old keelan Dwayne Gilmore was shot in the head his body found dead near the stage so far no arrests have been made Chris Fox for CBS News Austin Ukrainian president zelensky says it's pretty clear what's going on in his country This is genocide The elimination of the whole nation and the people Speaking through an interpreter on CBS's face the nation President zelensky described in graphic detail the death and destruction committed by Russian troops against the people of Ukraine Pope Francis says he's considering traveling to Kyiv as Russia wages war against Ukraine CBS's animatronic is traveling with the pontiff.

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"keelan" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

06:32 min | 1 year ago

"keelan" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

"I struggled with for a while was pace handicapping and fully understanding the pace advantages and and being able to notice them. I feel like that's now become one of my strong points. I've tried to work on it a lot. And i've used a couple tools to help kind of check my work if you will So i've added on added overlay products. Where it makes me take a second look at certain horses or certain situations. Try and help me get to the right horse in the right spot. The pace handicapping thing to me i. I've is weird as it sounds. You know because when you're calling racist you're you're kind of just you know you're basically ratting where everybody is an how far behind stuff like that. But i started to learn more through announcing the little parts of pace handicapping just not clearing and getting caught three wide or being in between horses you know maybe in the not the most favorable spot but there's a lot of little nuance to it and i think a lot of times. Those are when the best nuggets can be found because not everybody sees or notice. I mean everybody sees when somebody gets completely cut off or or something like that but To me a lot of pace handicapping. It which i guess is trip handicapping. Well it's little stuff one hundred percent and you made a great point. Everyone sees the horse gets gets cut off. Everyone sees the horse that misses the break and russia's up there i start right. I mean those are the obvious horses. They're going to get better the next time out. The key is to be able to watch race and figure out how a horse is going to respond off of that race and then why trip is going to be different or they're going to be more more or less successful coming back from the next race i think medina's spirits a great example media spirit. Face rock your world and you watch the rocky world takes medine spirit wire-to-wire and if you watch that i first quarter of a mile but the spirit is not just kind of galloping along and velasco's doesn't really open up at all and that's why rock world able to get the lead and the other key factor. There's rock on the inside so when we fast forward to the derby medina's inside speed and clearly faster out of the blocks. If the horse runs well. I felt like rock. Your world is a complete leave off. The gina spirit was a definite us because of a race where rocky world-beating spirit Yeah the other thing. That's come to me a lot. Because of being a grants pass this post position on a smaller bowling track. It becomes kind of an important thing because getting to that tight turn is very instrumental. I guess in what becomes the result is post position something and and just obviously position of competitors who might be pace battle early on. Is that something you pay attention to. What about it's huge for me. I mean if you have two horses that are speed horses. I will take the inside one nine times out of one hundred. Obviously there's there's nuances to it. Where was wildly better. But you gotta think about and it's twofold right. The inside horse has no choice. They've gotta go because they don't want to be put in a situation where they're behind a horse and then have to wheel out or find a path around the inside to close the wants to do it wants to be in the lead to connections that the jockey it's exponentially more likely to aggressively also if you win the race to the turn. The other speed horse is now on the two path and they're not in the lead. They're doing everything that they don't like to do. So they're being put in a situation that is everything's negative towards them and everything is positive toward the inside speed horse so i for me. I care a lot about where the speed is the in the order of the race. Because if you have horses that are true speed toward the inside in the next. You know there's two or three other hordes the outside of them. I'm generally just using the inside speed. And i won't use too much else in that spot. Does that change whether it's a route or a one turn sprint. Because you know we always hear people say oh you know. The rail in sprinting is is bad or even in the derby where there's just that long run i guess but because you know a shorter route it's that short run to the first turn so it seems so much more advantageous i guess i definitely. Short routes milena sixteenth churchill. Going seven and a half on gulfstream's tour. Of course those those are inside speed to me are key and important races like the kentucky derby i think inside speed really because you're jockeying for position early so it was big field. You're forced to to really move forward position. And that's why think you see a lot of those insights be horses be the first to the turned consistently sprint races. You know it depends on the distance. And how much speed is there like. You look at gulfstream park. Mile course are the belmont mile course churchill's mile course one thousand miles. I don't worry as much about inside speed there. The faster horse generally wins out. Because of how long run up you have five and a half furlongs five turf sprint. Said that definitely makes a difference. Those tur- sprints at gulfstream. I mean i swear there's some weekends where you just if you if you don't get to lead or if you're not i mean if you get caught at all wide just so screwed it's just a it's gonna be. It's gonna be interesting to see how this plays out new with the new surface as well. Gulfstream turf course when the rail is out those corners are going to be so tight. The inner and it's going to be interesting to see okay is speed going to do better. I would expect it does. I'm with those tight corners so the first couple of times. See the rail out at gulfstream tour. Of course i'm going to be playing all the inside speed i can. I'll never forget when i was the. The artist. formerly known as gulfstream western called. They the first week i was there. The rail was at the hedge in the second week. It was like at ten or twelve feet and it completely flipped the profile because they were running a lot of turf sprints and big fields and all that stuff and it was like one week. You couldn't win on the lead. It didn't matter who you were in the next week. You couldn't lose if you are leading it was you know. It doesn't seem like that. Big of a difference. And i was talking to a buddy that i was hanging with a new because the rail i think was at twelve feet and i ve rail setting something. You pay attention. You can look like ye-yeah that's a big thing. Oh sorry but no that. I think it's huge. I mean anytime you have the turf the and of course change in any way you obviously have to pay attention to it and a lot of times people will look at and say oh it rained and that's why it's playing differently. I often will like especially golf. The rail is is very very important if imagine if the rails out and it's been out as far as like one hundred feet at gulfstream park. Sometimes we did they get crazy with pushing it out there. You really gotta take a look at it and say okay like the one path is now the eleven path so if you're five wide you're really like seventeen so you have to kind of change. How you're looking at some of these horses. Were playing the outside of this course because they're getting swung wider and wider around a tighter. Bend being forced to then kind of lose some of that momentum that they're trying to make on this big move and you're able to accelerate i on the inside to drive for the wire gives a pretty big advantaged inside speed. Yeah there's some tracks. Keelan i wanna say is one of them. Were on the turf like bill. Bill it's almost a sharper. Turn into the stretch. They kind of go from turning to straight like just a little quicker there. It seems like on the turf. And you'll see those inside horses..

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"keelan" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Football

Fantasy Focus Football

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"keelan" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Football

"The waiver wire calm for a number of weeks like enticed every week. You're like guys. Do you understand what james crowder is doing here. Especially in pr like you know but in you always have to take camp records with a camp reports with a grain of salt. I'm telling you right now. But the allies you're more like high. Trade is out of control hype. Train is out of control. Train is moving fast right now. But you're right matthew and that. I'm not saying this is what i don't think that allies more guaranteed to fall into this bucket but every year i mean almost every team. There's like ten guys per roster they're like oh my god. This player looks amazing. Right i mean how. Many players are receiving positive buzz. Right now we're talking about it again. And i'm not trying to like earlier. We were talking like nikiel. Area has been legitimately one of the most housed about players at the patriots training camp. Who knows if that will amount to anything. So i think lies more a player. I i think we all kind of agree is really potentially useful in dynasty. Don't know that he's the kind of guy that a touchdown upside you just don't see. i mean. we talked about this. Mike clay for years on the podcast nonetheless. Lot receivers with a bunch of tied inequity. Right russia and equity. Excuse you just don't see a bunch of guys that are five foot eight diminutive in size going up and winning with fades in the red zone or something like that. So i actually think. It's corey davis said. I would believe it or not because first of all like it's laughable. How we don't. He's like we've talked about five thousand times and yet we can't just like get ready to accept. It's just a good solid football player right. Like not sure. He lived the fifth overall. Pick billing when he came out but just a good solid started out with some in he. He had a bad hamstring injury as rookie year. Like what he has to health issues. Right correct so i think. Corey davis is the jets player amongst pastors that. I'm most interested in rostering. Let me ask you another question. Though one of these players blows up this year and finish his top twenty fantasy wide receiver. Which one is it. Who's most likely to be the answer to that question. I'm going to go with cory. Cory davis okay. How about you. I was gonna say i think allies more like i think it depends what you need at the end of your draft. I said allies more. Just because i think the upside is there but there's also a wide range of outcomes. If you're telling me like i need to. I need sixteen team league in our war room league. It's probably davis because who's more likely to be usable on a week to week basis. It's definitely corey davis. He's got a higher floor than i think. Allies you're more. I just think. And maybe it's a ten percent chance or fifteen percent chance. But i think it's within the range of outcomes that allies you're more has just monster year this year. I think but like. I think there's a there's a chance i just think that if you're elijah more i don't know he's a deep threat player right. I don't know that he's like ten. Or twelve touchdown guy. I think it's possible that coordinated competing with james credit who's also really good player for snaps in the slot. Yeah and i think like if. You're corey davis any i. I am excited about all the bus. I'm not diminishing. I believe that he's been as i. Just think that. If one of these guys has a thousand receiving yards and nine touchdowns or ten touchdowns league corey davis doing that. Because he's come close to doing it. In the past the touchdown thing is is very fair. By the way you mentioned denzel mims and you're talking about camp buzz. The camp buzz on danzon mims is the opposite direction easy. He's he's behind keelan coal by most reports so the jets the jets actually have like not necessarily top end de have decent depth that wide receiver..

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"keelan" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"keelan" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"Because he still hasn't at this point not telling katie he loves her yet. And i'm like he what you were in love with clare after like an hour. And you're not in love with katya. Yeah i'm sure he's got ptsd from like what he did in the last couple go round so he's trying to do things different. Here's my question to. You is a canadian are you. Totally team blake. Because that's what canadians do stick together through thick and thin. Yeah like when when there's only a certain amount of teams left in the playoffs. I'll always make sure. I root for the canadian team. That's in there. Because i'm like that's my country so yeah i'm kind of team blake because of being canadian but i also really liked him. Look i thought good. Have you met him. yeah. I met him. Yeah the for the season. We did together that they didn't show. Yeah which by the way when we were like. I remember bright before we went. We did a bit where i bartended for. All the guys and like kick kaelin brings me in and but like was like another guys coming in got pissed off. There's right after blake. They were so mad. They were so mad and And i remember you were like they had given you kind of like a bunch of lines to say. And you're like frazzled. About having to memorize them. And i was. I remember being like keelan. They're going to cut this entire thing you don't. I don't know what you're like stressed out about like this is never going to make air. I i they bring me in every god damn season and they cut me completely out. Because were you want here right. I was so nervous. Smells like gotta make sure. I hit these points because i really want to scare these guys have them. Think that another guys coming in because this will for sure air now no been here. We're not gonna just here to drink. Yeah exactly what was funny about the middle. We set the bar up and all the guys were coming to me for advice and everything and then you're like but i want to stay in drink and they're like no. That's the point and i wanted to be like well. Gee can stay. We're going to cut this whole thing anyway. It doesn't matter it did. I wanted details like we have margaritas. Hang with the boys. I always liked to think. I'm one of the guys. Hang and play games. Did you guys have fun doing that. Or did you actually get to hang out in like beata for what. Yeah it was fun. I think it was good. I think it was good with the guys too because totally you know..

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"keelan" Discussed on Sandy K Nutrition

Sandy K Nutrition

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"keelan" Discussed on Sandy K Nutrition

"And they're angry and bitter and so fortunately ever happened with us to the benefit of our kids and so forth the benefit is that you can run scientific tests and you've reduced your stress right. Yeah yes okay. So the conclusion of the first two years of the study was we The average was at twelve point. Thirty two year Call a biological age. I i hate that term because it implies that you can measure something very specifically basically what we're showing here is that we lengthened people's teela mirrors to the equivalent of twelve point three two years over a period of two years numbers. We restored their teamer length. At the rate of about six years for every twelve months that they were in the program which again creates a huge amount of cell replication. And if you remember those earlier slides were keelan shorter teela mirrors were associated with less with mortality risk morbidity risk diseases and so forth if you're lengthening your tailenders you're becoming younger teela mir wise and so that i i consider that and other scientists consider that reversal of sorts. I hate that term biological age but basically biological age. It's it seems to be a big big term nowadays. Understand what it means in the problem with it is that biological age is made up with problems of at least probably thirty forty different elements and so so. How can you say that. Someone's biological agents a ex but it's the term that's used people understand okay so what this shows real quick. Is that the normal process. We go through life. We have a long teela here. When we're born over a period of time they shorten the shorten the sales go into april top. Eight talk upset offices at some point but if you can intervene here with the kilometers enzyme then you reverse that and so from here and here which are equal you start adding telomeres to the end here and you can get you back to as you see baseline.

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"keelan" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"keelan" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Doug Stephan with Jennifer Horn, Victoria Keelan and Jay Kershner. So the stats on covid. As we continue to kind of deal with this in a positive way, understanding where it came from, and not letting us be cowed by the Chinese and the World Health Organization. Apparently, we had a problem in December of 2019. Right. And we didn't. Really Yeah. So what is the what was it called? They did. They didn't know what it was. Then they didn't know. Yeah, because they're now they're going back and they're testing. They've tested different, you know samples, and they found antibodies, and the interesting thing is these are before these samples were not in New York and Seattle, which were the two main, the first big hotspots. This was Illinois, Mississippi, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. So people were coming up with this. Like strange, you know, pneumonia type virus. And no one knew how to treat it. I mean, my my My friend's husband was down in Miami the last weekend in January, um like leading up to the Super Bowl, which was the first weekend in February. He came home and he was sick for 3.5 weeks. He went to the doctor. Four different times. They put him on, like three different antibiotics, and he just couldn't kick it. And then finally, he went to an infectious disease specialist. And he said, You have some virus that we just don't know what it is yet and then, poofed. A month later, it was Covid and everybody the world shut down. So there were a lot of places that just had these little early hotspots, and we're kind of just now. Fully identifying if we start if the Chinese had been had any integrity at all and it let the rest of the world know what was going on. Could we have? I'm asking a question which I have an answer to But I wonder going around the room to Jennifer Victoria and Jay could we have avoided the kind of shut down that we experienced for? Well over a year if there had been time to prepare I mean, I think a lot of the shutdown was done for power for political power. I don't believe that The shutdown was done in the name of science, very arbitrary and a lot of places where there were shutdowns. It didn't work. I live in California. We were shut down first opened last this week, actually, and we still had a huge outbreak of cases. So I see it. I don't know New York, and it didn't work in California. And I don't know what the difference was. Except. I remember Jen last year, you saying that Gavin Newsom was so stupid? He shut down every bit of outdoor activity and forced people to gather in indoors in their home. Maybe you shut down outdoor dining. You shut down anything where people can sort of feel a little bit normal. Like New York went right into outdoor dining mode and parks were open. Everything was open, but just outside, so I think that was a huge difference. Probably a huge difference. I think the one thing that the one thing that Newsome gut right better than Cuomo is that he didn't put a lot of sick people in nursing homes. There was a lot of that. But, you know, I think there's going to we're going to look back and we're going to say okay, this was right. This was wrong, And I think that's absolutely right. I think that's one of the things that will look back on. But as far as is Covid goes, and I can't remember where we were going on this now. So we were talking about is going. I thought it was going with it. Is that how if the Chinese had any integrity at all, and the world knew what they had done, But they did it on purpose. Exactly. Don't don't forget that back in what was in October, I think They had cases of this already. That's probably when the breach happened at the lab. They had every opportunity you know, and people are wondering about. You know what their role was in this and look, I don't think any of us can tell you beyond a shadow of a doubt whether or not China released this purposefully or not. Clearly, it was lab created. Clearly. It came from the Wuhan Institute of Virology. But what were they were they trying to do it on? Purpose is a question, but it doesn't even matter. When you realize that if this had been accidental, China should have been a good world citizen and they should have stepped up and there's all the all the proof that you need is that they stopped their domestic travel in China, but they kept open their international travel so that they could spread this Throughout the world. They also immediately once they realized what was going on bought up all of the P P. Yeah, so that they can make deals with people like they did in France, and it's a deal. I go back because it doesn't get a lot of attention. They made a deal with Emmanuel Macron in France, saying We'll give you PPE that he desperately needed for his country. But you have to let five GM you have to let in our wa way technology that is so controversial. And so macron did because he needed mass. He needed stuff to take care of his people. So he made a bad deal. Had the world over into the country. Yeah, So if anybody has any questions about whether or not they helped stop the spread I think all you have to do is look at their actions. The fact that they won't let even the World Health Organization they're controlling the world. Now they want to take over the world. Basically, they're controlling the world That is interesting. The former director of the C D. C. Fellow named Dr Robert Redfield said that Joe Biden's chief medical advisor, Mr Dr Fauci, has been clinging tightly to these theories. But the hypothesis that the world has come up with the differs from him and what he has said involved how she's got to go..

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"keelan" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

05:33 min | 2 years ago

"keelan" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Part of the focus here is we had a lot of time talking about the vaccines and just the Every day of life during the pandemic. I don't even like that word. It's the D. J. V show. Doug Stephan, Jennifer Horan, Victoria Keelan. The other J is Jake Kirshner here going through the Black desert night. Going into a bright better day, and he was still in the Black desert night. But I feel like there's ah lot of hope there a lot of things pointing to things getting better. And one of the good things is we're out of who had a Mercury retrograde on Friday. So you keep your fingers crossed that things will go. Okay between now and then. 200 million Maura. Vaccine doses are coming by the summer time. What does that do? And when you when you're thinking about how that can impact the homeless situation, people who are out of work, you know they do one. Or the other. The thing these things go together with something else. We know what the impact has been on our society because of the the vaccine, and that's because the virus itself. And whatever we're going to do with the Chinese. I guess that's another ancillary part of the conversation. But there are a lot of people I mean the story of a woman who was a shipping clerk. She made a 42 grand a year worked for Amazon. Ana. Now she doesn't have somehow she got laid off because she got sick. I'm not sure what the background is about anywhere, she tells her story. And now she has working. She got two jobs once pandered 12 bucks an hour. The otherwise 15. She's able to single mother. She keeps a roof over her head. We should have enough money to buy food. S o. The kids were depending on the schools, you know, providing lunches and some other meals and that apparently has been compromised because schools have been opened. So what does somebody do like that? Is that Is that a crisis? Is it something? What do we do? We owe this person something as a member of society. It's what so many people going through these things, and there was certainly a lot of questions. About what's appropriate. All these people having having problems, You know, it's nobody's fault. Really. Here. It's the fault of the Chinese. So why are we making the Chinese pay? For all of this. Why are we paying for? Why is the American taxpayer paying for something that we didn't create? Or maybe we did. That's the other argument. We allow the Chinese over the past 40 years to get Big and powerful to the point where they think that they can control the world and they're going to do it at whatever expense Anyway. They can. So you know you get into this stuff. You get a headache if you start thinking about it, but everything It's the domino effect. Everything effects everything else. You know you get the thing close everything down. You can't work. You get sick. It's like hello. Why would you want to be alive today? Why would you want to bring kids into the world today? I was thinking about that question that Louis and I've asked many times, and we've talked about it. Yeah. No, I mean, but where's the accountability? I mean, there is the government is the current administration gonna be capable of holding the Chinese accountable for this? And I I think the answer is no story that didn't get a lot of attention this weekend. And it should be devastating. Remember how we talked about things saying the Chinese spy that came in and found her way into Congressman Eric Swalwell is office and probably into his bed and they were talking about how she got it. She got it was known. She did she did. I'm being okay. Okay. I'm just being fined allegedly. I didn't give it there, you know? Yeah. I mean, she found his way into his personal life for sure. And so One of the ways that they say she got into the country, along with thousands of other people is that they use the student program right, And so they come in a student's, and then they entangle their way into politicians or into powerful people's lives and What happened over the weekend is that the Biden administration withdrew this rule that would have required American schools and universities to disclose their partnerships with Chinese Institute to Confucius Institutes. Which is where a lot of these people who come into the country air coming in. I don't know. I don't know The world was the submitted by the Trump administration. You okay? So the weight of it, let's dig into the subtleties here. Is the suggestion that Biden is soft on the Chinese because he wants to give over. I mean, all the rumors before and his kid now that stars. I just don't know why he would have. I don't know why the administration He may not even know that he did it. Hello. Why doesn't somebody asked a question? Why doesn't the news media do its job and ask the question? If they're upon these head? I don't know. I don't know the story, so we don't know the full. You know the part of the reason and that's That's what's kind of smelly about it to begin with. Is that the news media doesn't pick this stuff up. You have to dig deep tol actually too busy and stuff trying to do this stupid stuff with the impeachment and they keep with the same story over and over and over again. I saw an interview yesterday with a The guy who was Trump's lawyer after the impeachment trial. And this is CBS reporter who was still obviously went behind the year's hey, made mincemeat out of her. She kept asking the same question that everybody asks About you know what was right. What was well, this was true..

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"keelan" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"keelan" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Keelan J. Kirshner with our social media. I'm listen. You're Jennifer. You were telling me earlier, but I gotta fill up that hole with that. I got five minutes. We're not going to do with it. So that seems to be coming into my mind when it comes to the social media. Okay, let's have another question. Let's look at another piece. Let's get people's attitude on the my latest thing, and Jay just said Wait a minute. Hold on, calm down. Because I want to know whether people think drug companies should get the Nobel Prize or maybe the doctors that came up with the vaccines. And so I've come up with another one to confuse your J as well. The uh Yeah. The folks at Apple have a new way for you to spend time with your favorite celebrities called timeto Walk Right, Victoria. I have the concept correct. Here. And so I'm my question would be who would like to walk with Dolly Parton is up of the first run. But if you had if you could, if you whether they have these that would be available. On YouTube, or you can have it on your device where these things available. Anyway. It's just for apple, so it'll it'll automatically get downloaded to your fitness app on your phone. And then you can use it on your apple Watch when you're out for a walk. Okay. So you could have you could be listening to Dolly Parton Talk about what's going on in her life. Maybe a couple of tunes, so under the circumstances, Okay, so maybe that's something we can Do I have you have more ideas and you know what to do with J. But in the meantime, we want to find out of Tom Brady. What our listeners think about him as the greatest of all time athletes After this, Here's something really exciting. Yvonne's e b a. N s. You're gonna hear me talking a lot. Victoria talking a lot. Jennifer talking a lot about evens bakehouse because of the cookies and the bread. Exceptional baked goods and treats from Yvonne's bakehouse flying off the shelves around the country. Now you can get yours directly by going to Yvonne's bakehouse. Yvonne's bake house dot com where their specialty is making cookies. Victoria says. Oh, you're not gonna talk about the bread. You're gonna talk about the cookies because that would you like, Well, she's kind of right. About that, but they use on Lee..

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"keelan" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"keelan" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Stephan Jennifer Horn, Victoria Keelan J. Kirshner with our social media. I'm Listen, Jennifer, you were telling me earlier, but I gotta fill up that hole. Right there. I got five minutes. We're not going to do with it. So that seems to be coming into my mind when it comes to the social media. Okay, let's have another question. Let's look at another piece. Let's get people's attitude on the latest thing, and Jay just said Wait a minute. Hold on, calm down. Because I want to know whether people think drug companies should get the Nobel Prize or maybe the doctors that came up with the vaccines. And so I've come up with another one to confuse your J as well. The uh Yeah. The folks at Apple have a new way for you to spend time with your favorite celebrities called timeto Walk Right, Victoria have the concept correct. Here. And so I'm my question would be who would like to walk with Dolly Parton is up of in the first round. But if you had if you could, if you whether they have these that would be available. On YouTube, or you can have it on your device where these things available. Anyway. It's just for apple, so it'll it'll automatically get downloaded to your fitness app on your phone. And then you can use it on your apple Watch when you're out for a walk. Okay. So you could have you could be listening to Dolly Parton Talk about what's going on in her life. Maybe a couple of tunes, so under the circumstances, Okay, so maybe that's something we can Do I have you have more ideas and you know what to do with J. But in the meantime, we want to find out if Tom Brady what our listeners think about him as the greatest of all time athletes After this, Here's something really exciting. Yvonne's e b a. N s. You're gonna hear me talking a lot. Victoria talking a lot. Jennifer talking a lot about evens bakehouse because of the cookies and the bread. Exceptional baked goods and treats from Yvonne's bakehouse flying off the shelves around the country. Now you can get yours directly by going to Yvonne's bakehouse. Yvonne's bake house dot com. Where their specialty is making cookies. Victoria says. Oh, you're not going to talk about the bread. You're gonna talk about the cookies because that would be like, Well, she's kind of right about that. But they use on Lee the best products no matter what they're baking grass fed butter from the Amish country range free chickens gluten free. No worries. Taste fabulous. Get him for all of your friends and family. Yvonne's bakehouse dot com When you're checking out, make sure you use the discount.

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KUGN 590 AM

05:54 min | 2 years ago

"keelan" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Horan. Victoria Keelan. Excuse me. I'm Doug Stefano. Alright. Mm hmm. Well, I have been to any cat's birthday parties lately. Happy No. Tell that story of My favorite story. My favorite headline of the day comes actually from gosh, this is a radio website 7 90 am wbbm. I don't know if you know them already baby in Chicago. Yep. But the headline says a cat's birthday party reportedly leads to 15 People Contracting Cove. It It's a super spreader. It's a super spreader of that, exactly. Oh, yeah. 1500 People's cases went and traced back to this birthday party for a cat. So like how many people think in middle of a pandemic, it's important enough to go to a cat's birthday party. No. And how many Children are reading this or hearing their parents? Talk about the Stig, Wait, Wait a second, Mom. I didn't get a birthday, right? I did. No birthdays. Okay, so I want Tomo. The first thing I want to do is recognize and remember an experience I had about 40. Maybe 50. I was a teenager, so it's been 57 years ago, and Pascagoula, Mississippi. The newest affiliate to this program is W. P. M o, which is it 15 80 in Pascagoula, which is in the Mobile Alabama area. It's been a couple of years since we had a mobile. And then every affiliate. I was in Pascagoula, when I was a teenager. It was a destroyer. That was they have they have a huge shipyard there a shipbuilding facility. On. So when I went, it was to honor my uncle for whom I am named. My given name is Dudley and my uncle Dudley Walker Morton was the commander of the USS Wahoo. Back in the second World War sunk more Japanese tonnage in the first half of the war and then any other sub in the Pacific fleet. So in honor of him Destroy was commissioned at the Pascagoula Shipyard's back, and I want to say, Well, what would that have been in? In the seventies, maybe late sixties early seventies, They tended to build these ships and honor the men and women mostly, I don't know of any ship now that I think about it. This being some good to look up, ladies. Is there a ship anywhere in the Navy named after a woman? I'm thinking about all of the aircraft carriers and battleships and destroyers and I don't know of any woman. I think that'd be interesting to look at anyway. Maybe somebody in Pascagoula knows and you're going to respond to is that d J V show on twitter or facebook dot com. Forward slash T. J V show every cool So at any rate, happy to have you as the newest member of the fleet here, w p. M O and Pascagoula. They have a great tradition of great history down there. They built a lot of great ships. I'm sure a lot of people working down there. I hope our appreciated the fact that I don't know because I'm in here for a number of years. How much shipbuilding is still going on there? I hope a lot because there's a great yard kind of like the bath yard up in Maine. We're a lot of these ships have been built as well. The time passes on. Is it possible? And it was a year ago at this time that Kobe Bryant died. Think about that. Put that into your head from it. Isn't that crazy? Ah, year ago. It. He and his daughter like a long time, and it feels like a blanket. Exactly. Yeah, I think all of 2020 just through everyone's sense of the time space continuum so far off that, like Just saying No was a year ago for Kobe and their daughter, Juliana, passing away in that helicopter crash. But then, like Jen said, I could also think well, is it a couple years now, like It's just I have no concept of how long ago that was. But what a horrible what a horrible milestone for Vanessa the other kids to have to, because inevitably, when you haven't any type of tragedy like that, or even just losing a loved one At one year Milestone. You know, you just probably relive that day. And that was a horrible day for that family. Yeah, well, it just adds, when you get down to the brass tacks of it all to one a crappy year, 2020 was In so many ways, and it wasn't long after that we discovered a month is have to that that we were in the throes of what could be game changing activity and it was and still is. For many people. That was interesting that they're the new public service announcement that's out now to get people to take the mask things seriously and distancing. Get your vaccine stars Dr Fauci. The Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases is now his well, that was his job, Was it He's the White House chief advisor on medicine to is me. Under the new administration is in a new position Now. I don't know what the time of the National Institute of Health that was right. He has been so that's it. Okay. So anyway, has anybody seen This. Psh just came out. I think over the weekend, he says he starts by saying We're going to see a turnaround and attitude. And I don't know if that's I think a lot of people have had the attitude already, although we have you know there's been certain pockets where people didn't want to wear him because they have a right not to wear them or whatever. There. Selfish thinking is because that's what it is in my mind anyway. So the mask demonstration, I thought that his music he's showing people in the P s a how to put the mask on. That's good, because I'm still seeing way too many chin diapers. And so it's like, I don't understand how people don't know you have to cover your notes. Cover your nose. You have to cover your nose. What is the point of wearing it? Exactly Right. It drives me nuts..

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KUGN 590 AM

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"keelan" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Horn, Victoria Keelan. Jake Kerschner is here. She'll have a social media update things that are trending in just in time for your weekend up next, but Apparently thistles. One thing. It's so sad to me that we've like our government. Now it depends on executive orders. Obama did a ton of them than Trump came in and unraveled him and did a ton of his own. Now Joe Biden is in unraveling. Trump's doing some of his own. Apparently, he's been busy already this morning buying has prepared himself to sign Tomb or executive orders. After The over 10 that he signed the first day If you yesterday as well, his second day in office this morning. It's expected that President Biden is going to sign a pair of executive orders aimed at helping American families and small businesses with that have financial struggles during the Corona virus pandemic. The first Is an attempt to maximize the federal government's existing resource is to support families with an emphasis on providing food assistance to low income families. I don't go through the Department of Agriculture to increase current pandemic related Elektronik benefit transfers by 15%. And streamline the process for Americans who have claims of this and it kind of clarifies already existing programs. That'll be executive order number one, It'll strengthen. The second. I'm sorry. The second order will strengthen the collective bargaining power for federal workers that's supposed to help ensure proper benefits during the time of the pandemic, so This is Buddha's systems that two orders that I think a lot of people can can get behind that kind of pandemic business. Unfortunately, as usual, to make things a little bit easier for those who are suffering, it's There are just so many people now who are having issues. I was looking at a report Victoria from Axios yesterday and was talking about the number of business sectors that cannot pay their rent this month. There are 13 different sectors of the economy that cannot pay their rent over like in the 40 percentile range. It's crazy. Over a billion dollars we were talking about this last week over a billion dollars is due in overdue rent in New York City right now it for small businesses. And that doesn't even include residential. It's insane. It's absolutely crazy. It's trending ahead or social media reporters. Djp show continues to 21 Minutes past the hour. Handles. 30 Minute, pop fried. It should be fun. Okay, fellas on who's ready to work? Here we go. Don't forget to breathe good ideas. Get out home Motivation. We are climbing through this chorus. Let's get it anytime you want it bump up that intensity. Give it all you have..

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KUGN 590 AM

07:30 min | 2 years ago

"keelan" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"D J. B extravaganzas, the 13th January could be thankful already. For one thing That's not Friday. The 13th Can anybody hear me? I can only hear music in my on Yeah, You're super loud, though. There you go. There we go. All right. So anyway, we have the 13th to do with its Victoria Keelan. That's upon us with the J. Kershner. Jennifer has done something to her mouth. She chipped a tooth on top of everything else. She's I don't know how she did it, but she had to go to the dentist and have an emergency trip, And now she's In a lot of pain, so hopefully she'll feel better by tomorrow. All right? Clark is like the worst pain is just I had somebody way somebody suggested. I think it was the dead just actually. My daughter. I go to my same dead is my daughter does and we had. I had a chip in the front of my teeth, and the dentist said it was because my mouth was misaligned. And so she made one of those moles where they call him the most guards that they put in your s o. I started wearing him and I developed horrible headaches. Sure it's probably it probably made your alignment worse. I have a friend who had that happen to her. And then she ended up developing TMJ. Yeah, So my chiropractor adjusted the sticks his finger in my mouth and There's a lot of twist turning you in to see him yesterday. And when I left him was a homegirl Kong or drugs. Yeah. Did you feel better? Maybe I feel I felt great. In terms of that, But I somehow or others like the this is the aging report. I think I had cramps and pain all night long. I honestly if I slept two hours, and you just said the same thing, whatever is going Around. I want to work. Talk to my friend, the astrologer who has said this is gonna be a better year. I want to know when that starts. When midnight this morning, you know, six hours ago, it was a brand new moon. The first year was 2021. So it's Grayson's supposed to actually be like the real New year. So today's sweeping out the old. Yeah. Yeah. So how does that reflect on the house, passing the measure to urge vice President Pence to remove the president? The measure is I understand it. Victoria calls on Mr Pence to invoke the 25th amendment, which would remove the president from office. And, of course, the things in there between the lines inciting a massive violent invasion. There was violence for sure. I don't hold with violence. I do hold with pro testing. I think that if you were to count, I don't know how you count. But the there's a lot of stuff here, and I don't know what rehashing you're always talking about being in the now. I don't wanna, uh, necessarily. Just stick with the news media is just sticking with all this old stuff. It's the same regurgitation the same be rolling, saying today they No, I understand that. But I'm just saying about in my foot my feeling about the massive violent invasion. I don't know if massive is the appropriate word. In terms of the violence. There was a lot of islands There were people who were killed. And that's there's no. I mean, there's no way you can accept any of that. But I do think that most of the people from what I gather when I my instincts tell me we're not there to be violent. They were just there to protest, but unfortunately, the mob Get ahead of and that happens often times, people with guns and people with spats and sticks and all kinds of things managed to get all of the attention and disrupt things that otherwise who knows, might have been peaceful, but And you know, I'm when I'm kind of upset about Excuse me is the plan is, as I said, looking ahead to next week when when Biden is installed in the office of the presidency. What kind of activity is going to be there? And if there is any concern about there being violence, Trump can do a lot to forestall it by just Saying there is no violence is unacceptable. And you know, whatever other things he can use in his public expressions to keep it. You know if you're planning on being saying things like if you're If you think you need to be violent, you don't need to be stay home. Don't disrupt this. I don't know that that's gonna happen, But that would be a way for him to leave at least some kind of a legacy. It doesn't mark him is in a hole, so at any rate, and I know a lot of people who listen. The programs they go well, This is a horrible thing. He's a great patriot, and I'm tired of that word being used. On banded around because it's not being used in the you know, people take words. They twist him around and turn them around. And so now, you know, there are some radio stations that are called the Patriot because they you know, are supportive of trump Anybody who, if anybody who thinks Then another person who doesn't support an individual, whether it's trump or whomever. And that means they're not a patriot. You need to go take a good long, long trip to the bathroom. Assed, far as I'm concerned, anyway, so whatever happens, I don't know that I'm not be surprised. If Pence does that. Wouldn't you have the service? He's actually yes. Oh, the A few things developed overnight. Um, it's kind of amazing How this it's. We've got so much going on in this country right now. It's just it's nuts. And a lot of people. Lot of things were getting sort of lost because of you know, the impeachment stuff and all that. So the House is going to vote on impeachment Pence. Here's the sort of the short short version, Pensa said. He's not going to do anything about it overnight. There are these reports coming out now from Mitch McConnell's office that he actually is in favor of impeaching Trump. So that's a total turn about and I A lot of insiders are saying Mitch McConnell sees this as his sort of, you know, main legacy. He wants to take back the Republican Party from Trump. On Dat once the house puts up impeachment charges that he will take it to a vote and in the Senate, which we thought I would, If you'd asked me that yesterday, I would say there's no way that Mitch McConnell whatever, even bring it to a vote. But apparently that's the tides have turned and Mitch McConnell is at his wit's end with this, and he totally feels that Trump is guilty of inciting the rest of the weekend. I'm not. I think the reason I didn't sleep last night is because this whole thing is really upset me. It's very upsetting. It is very upsetting. And Liz Cheney, who is the third ranking GOP member in this company, Jonah Dick Cheney's daughter. She has now said she will vote for impeachment. So a lot of Republicans are getting together. And I mean this. I don't know what's gonna happen, but because they still need 67 votes in the Senate in order to impeach and remove him, It'll be tough to get. I don't know if Mitch McConnell still has a lot of power, and if he apparently the inside what they call the institutional Republicans, the that Mitch McConnell sort of is the gang leader there. Apparently, that's where that's where he still holds a lot of influence. And if things are going the way that these insiders air reporting overnight We could be in for an actual removal by the end of this week. All right, So J. It's nuts. Let's What do we sensing?.

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KUGN 590 AM

06:05 min | 2 years ago

"keelan" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Horn, Victoria Keelan J. Kirshner here at your service and On your side, Do we? There's a lot of social media lot of friending things to get through to get to some specifics with Jae in a few minutes, But right now I'm more interested in some of the Ancillary the fall out. I think this is the story of the day. The week Maybe it's the story of the month before the inauguration the way that people have connected. We've all been like sheep. Okay, we gotta get on Facebook. We have to get on Twitter. Gotta get on instagram. And I keep saying, Okay, I'm picking up the phone and calling whether you find somebody to talk to course that's the other thing the way the world has got. Now, you can't actually find anybody to talk to Fix. Whatever problem it is. I'll send us a text so Yeah, okay. I don't even know anyone's number. If I ever got arrested. I don't even know who I would call I would call like 411. I don't know. Does that even exist anymore for 11? Yeah. Yeah, it does. So there's a general is talking about how she's been booted off for some of the things that, she said. Have been Buiter over Twitter. I thought it was interesting to see how much tension was played. I was paid to Limbaugh, who refers to Social Media is a successful saying that once his once Trump's account was blocked He decided he activate his own account. And I wanted to get it. Not true. He he deactivated his account. Um, January 7th was the last day that his account was active, but he didn't tweet. So someone else was probably using it for him. But the last tweet he sent out was like in November. He was he didn't anybody anticipated? He activated his account. Lot of conservatives did over the weekend. Greg got filled some of the others. They just shut themselves off. OK, so where did they go to be heard? Then now? Well, the factories they went to parlor and parlor was shut down by Google and Amazon and it literally I just shut the updates off to my phone so that it wouldn't actually be removed from my cell phone. I mean, that's what's so ridiculous about all this. So now there's another site called Gap that apparently people are going to. I have not ventured there yet because I have to tell you. I'm sick of all of it. You know, we talked. I just kept having flashbacks over the weekend with all of us here on the D. J. V show, go onto the talk radio countdown, which is another show associated with this program. Maybe you listen to it in this hour on Fridays on the show. And you guys were talking and you know you're like talking about it. You know the impeachment, the Senate, the not the impeachment. Sorry, the the riots at the Capitol and the Senate. And I think that you asked me What's your most important thing on this list? And it was number nine social media and big tech censorship. That look at what blew up over the weekend. Yeah, Your father called me yesterday. We're talking about a couple of things that have to do with business and work. And then he said, Wow, all the politics How do you get away from it? And you said you don't I want to, But it's really hard. There will be, I think. Me now in the election. I tell you one thing that I am really tired of it. I think the average person were you two have a discerning mind would look and all of this stuff, especially when I see a headline Democracy under fire. But it is the story of Twitter, which is the real story or social media. That's where democracy is under. Now it's it's the trump and all of the things that go with it. That's not a consequential and I'm really you know you whether I'm the only one who's I can't be the only one who's saying this. Watch these people and to have that was with the head of lunch with somebody on Saturday and this person was telling me about how often she You know what? How important the television is. She leaves it on all the time, And I said, Well, why do you do that? And she? Well, it's just there. And I said, So. Why do you would turn the radio on or do something? Why do you have to have I asked the question for three times and I'm sure you got a good answer, because it's different. If you're leaving the radio on all day. You're still getting, I guess. Yeah, I guess it depends on where you're getting it. I find the television stuff to be, as I've said before, many times, especially ABC and CNN to be very one sided, although the others air close to it And then you know that people say to me Well, it's maybe listen to some of your friends on talk radio. That's the other side represented in. Okay, So maybe that is the other side represented. But where is what? What? Where do we get the fax? They keep asking that question, And I'm not sure we have any fact. And the sad thing is, is that there aren't any facts left anymore. If you look I looked, I was putting together show prop over the weekend. And if you look at the headlines, every headline now is about something with an emotion. There is nothing that has to do with with an actual fact. And so we've turned our news media into Yeah, Then I do. And the fact is that we have a lot of angry way have well, I'd be. I'm angry about learning how much money is being put into Chinese businesses. That are building up their war machine. It's American money. First of all, it was spent there to give the Chinese over the past 40 years, the leg up that they have, and then we, you know, they understood us when we're gonna understand ourselves. We've were greedy and cheap. And if you don't like hearing that, you admit that they're greedy and cheap At that time, you look a lot of her. I know a lot of people who are greedy and cheap. But I don't want to wait until these people. OK, so all these people that rattle around I'm a patriot. I'm a great American. And you see, where do they know where their money and therefore one case that I know there's something okay. I got a yes. I think people can be greedy and people can be cheap and you know what we Some of us are really suffering. So our only choice is to go to a dollar store or to Amazon to find stuff that we can't afford for our families, especially during a pandemic, So I think that's what wait. I think what we need to do is realize what.

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"Yeah this is easiest this easiest one for me. Man go ahead numb my first marriage. That is without a doubt. That's i was thousand percent on that and fuck is wrong and now that was proven wrong. Really fast yeah also was that he was young off. The wedding was the reception. Was great vinny on jamie running around the dance floor with the video camera in people's faces fucking jet dot. Edu ever getting mad at me though you get mad at me that night. Ask because probably told me matter. Well

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KUGN 590 AM

06:06 min | 2 years ago

"keelan" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Almost taking breath. A deep breath as we observe what's happening, and one a Gonna share our thoughts because that's the way to let the steam out of the bottle is toe talk about or think about or express yourself as toe? What's What news? Who in your mind, Jennifer Horn is doing that, as is usual. Victoria Keelan doing that as well. Jake Kirshner, doing it and encouraging you to do it on our social media. Twitter at Doug. Stephan facebook dot com FORWARD slash D. J V show Other things that are going on as I think about the whole idea. You know, in my spiritually base. I think a lot about forgiveness, but in order to forgive somebody There has to be blame. And there really is only blame when there's misunderstanding that came from Kung fu. The Don't television. Joy's thinking about what we learned what we have learned what we think of what drives us to go where we go. There are all kinds of things were very complicated, yet pretty simple. And so when it gets to the simple side of life, maybe we spend a little time thinking about stuff other than this, like focusing on Gwen Stefani, admitting That she was ready for Blake Shelton ask her to marry him long before he did. About them. How about that? How long did it take with the two of you? R J? Well, I'm gonna start with you because you're the newest person here when your husband asked you to marry him. What was the circumstance? Where you eager for him to ask you? Were you surprised? Did you say it's about time? What? No. I never wanted to get married. I was totally fine. Never being a wife. I knew I loved him. He was my best friend. Even before like we were best friends before we started dating and I knew I wanted to spend the rest of my life with him. But when he proposed I didn't even let him propose. I was just kind of like, OK. Yes, I say yes. And I grabbed the ring because I kind of gave me one of the proposal that happened, But I was like, Well, no, I know I want to look like I wanna be with you for the rest of my life. So I guess I'll Mary, I'll be away. Yes, I'll marry you. I guess I'll be life. Yeah. Right. So Victoria with you and Lewis, What was the eye can see. And I don't mean this in a prejudicial sense. But I can hear you saying he Louis. Let's get married or Luis. Will you marry me? We? Did You wait for the man to ask you or did you ask her? Did you just have a conversation and agree? It's time for us to get this. Like Jay? No, I was like J. I really didn't didn't care about getting married. I didn't. You know, I was divorced. I didn't want to do it again. And, um, this is very personal. But Lewis said essentially, he said, You know, I think it's really unfair that you let someone else have a chance. And I really want you to give me that chance. And so is that sweet. My granddaddy Yeah, Woman? Yes. Yeah s so how do you not come around on that way, But it's the best thing we ever did. So we're really here. General, you've been engaged to Jeff for a while. And you remember what Jen didn't want a proposal either, Right? Yeah. I think we're all in that same boat. I know you were together a couple years and I just read it somewhere public, which I was like, Oh, God. We're at a winery, and I was just like, you know, there's the moment not only are you overcome with emotion, but like you feel like people are around you. So it went very quickly, and I think I blacked out. I don't know. I think he had the ring, right. Didn't you see that? Did you see the ring? Oh, yeah. I told Leo is coming. And I'm like, making sure the manicure and all the stuff you did ring. You made sure you had a manicure. That's kind of cool anyway. Jen, the business with Stefanie being on the Tonight show talking about this on De so the And let the engagement took place a couple of months ago, right? They've been together for four or five years. Five years. Yeah, is that probably not surprised that she said this. I watch this interview with Jimmy Fallon and she was pretty forthcoming and she said, you know, in my mind, I was really at the point. I was wondering where we were going. And that's kind of interesting because they have white women. Think, dummy. Why do you have to give it go anywhere? If you're happy with the way you are, well, because I think, because, well, she wasn't happy with where they were. That was the point. She was saying, You know, I I wanna move forward. She is very religious, and I think she wanted to be married. She's they've been together for five years. Her kids love him not and have sex before they get married. Now, I'm just saying, I think that that's something that's important to her just people. We're hoping it wasn't something I was that she was waiting for an annulment because that's all the time. So my I always thought that they were just waiting because she wanted to get it was important to her to get married in the church, and she wanted annulment before You can't do that. So that's what I thought, too. But it was interesting to find out that she really wasn't the one driving the boat in the in that relationship, So I'm happy. He did it because they seem very happy now, and he keeps talking about how it's you know, so great that they're together. They're very cute. It's a more family news, Maria Menounos. And her husband knew heaven. How do you pronounce your name? Manu knows. But I said yes. You made it Spanish and you know, you know, knows Mino knows Ilaria E had remember. I wrote on the plane across the country with her, and, uh, it's really sweet. She is. Yeah, I liked her anyway, she said we're going to have a family to her husband. Maria's 42. Is that too late? What do you think? Maybe he's froze their eggs. So they have a surrogate. Yeah, she She tried IVF and it didn't work. And so they now have a surrogate, So hopefully everything will go a lot of health problems Did she have like it Wasn't an aneurysm or what you have. Yeah, That's right. Her mind. She was with that guy for a long time, and they got married. They took him a while to get there. But I'm happy for them. Yeah, they got engaged on live on Howard Stern. Or did they not public engagements? Yeah. Wow, he's out. Alright. Other family matters. Armie Hammer, The actor says he's going to stop posting pictures of his Children..

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KUGN 590 AM

06:46 min | 2 years ago

"keelan" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Doug Stephan, Jennifer Horan, Victoria Keelan, and now Jake Kerschner is in the fray if you will in charge of social Media How much Victoria is Julianna Stones, contributing to Social media comments these days. I don't know if he's allowed to don't cars allowed. Well, I know I don't little bullets back up. I don't know what he's allowed to do. So I have no idea if he's on social media at the moment if he's allowed to, but Ah British judge ruled just within the last half an hour. That Wiki that he is, of course, the founder of Wikileaks. We know that. But the British judge has said now that he should not be extradited to the US to face charges of violating the espionage act because he's at extreme risk of suicide. That's the reason that the this bridge is British Magistrate. The Ness, a barrister has said that the defense had provided compelling evidence that he suffers from severe depression. That he has written a Will. He saw absolution from a priest and a razor blade was found hidden in his cell at Belmarsh Prison in London, where he is currently charged with 18 federal crimes, including conspiring to obtain and disclose hundreds of thousands of pages of secret government documents, classified diplomatic cables sensitive military reports from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. In all of this. He has dumped on through the Wikileaks website. And also he did direct love. He did direct data dumps two journalists. Well, so obviously the U. S. Has had uninterested in having him extradited to they want him to be flown by U. S marshals to Northern Virginia. To face the charges, but it would expose him to 175 years in maximum security prison. That would make me depressed too. If I thought that that was my only option. So now there s so now I guess the British court is being more sympathetic to him. So we'll see where it goes. But that's a that's a big win for him because face it, you know, saying where he is in London is nothing compared to the charges he faces here. Wow. Speaking of jail, there's an execution date that has been set for a woman. Federal death row inmate. She was supposed to be put to death and that was apparently taken off the table. And now Lisa Montgomery Always convicted of strangling a pregnant woman taking the baby out of her womb eyes now now scheduled once again for execution. Was supposed to be December 8th. And now it's back on for January. 12th. Apparently they're trying to stall it till bride becomes president because he's against the death penalty. And you know, you wonder she has a history of mental illness is that What do we take into consideration when somebody does something like this? And I'm not a bleeding heart. So it's not first looked at this before. I really dug around Victoria sort of pointed me in another direction. I thought, Oh, this is heinous. This is horrible. This woman deserves to die. And I don't like I don't like the death penalty because I don't really mental illness. Make the woman who had her stomach carved apart feel any better. I mean, I don't think it does. You're still removing the rights from someone else at, But was she aware of it? Is that the question? I'm not huge death penalty advocate. But my and I've said this before one of my best friends lost. Grand parents of the night stalker, Richard Ramirez. And she said it was the only thing that would give her closure to move on. And you know what? She deserved it and he didn't And so I mean he raped her grandmother and ate her eyeballs. Good morning to that. I mean, do you really think that that kind of person needs to be sucking up here on the planet? Don't so I think for victims if it does give them closure. They should be a part of that decision. I think. Hmm. Well, they're obviously different points of view on this. If you are, depending on your religion, sometimes there's Staunch opposition to it. I don't have because of religious reason. I just think for the most part of it isn't a defect. It isn't a deterrent the other side of his sound like paying for people to be in jail for the rest of their lives when they're going to do anything, anyway, we're just paying Haven't sitting to sell or to work in the weight room or a cream or criminals of people. They're going to get out. Who knows what that goes on in prison? It's not an easy and my friends. That's the person I talk to you about Richard Ramirez. He died of hepatitis C in prison. He wasn't even put to death. I mean, California doesn't usually keeps people on death row for their whole life. But I mean, think about the medical expenses that go into treating some of these diseases to a lot of times, you'll hear the argument that it's cheaper to keep people alive than it is to put him to death and again. I'm not advocating. I think it should be only used under the most serious of circumstances, but Man, I don't know. Well, the last time a woman was executed by the government and our country was 1953 so that tells you something about the public focus. On women being executed or what the public feeling is the emotion that's attached to it. I think it's the crime. I don't think it has anything to do with the public. I think that that women statistically are not mass shooters. They're not mass murderers. They're not serial killers, and that's statistically they commit. That's true lines. Why Why is it white and women not grab a AK 47 ago? Shoot up the post office or things that guys do? What is there other than the obvious that that keeps women from doing stuff like that? I think it's a really interesting question. And I would if we ever had like a criminal behavioral expert. I think it would be really interesting. You know, you see the FBI profilers toe on different shows. I think it would be interesting to figure out what they know about the differences. I don't know the hormones. Maybe. I mean hormones are pretty powerful. Think psychologically. Women. Women are more maternal women have an empathy that I think men don't rap on And so I feel like I mean, there's probably some real physiological differences in the brain chemistry of how people treat one another so What does that say about me? I'm in touch with my feminine side. Is that what does that mean? I'm like, hopefully means you're not gonna be a serial killer. That's probably I mean, I think you probably would have gone down that path already. Despite your life. I've had play. Yes, I've had plenty of opportunity. This lady, by the way, is 52 years old. So this was she was quite young. And apparently she wanted a child. And this was the only way I think I remember vaguely what went on with this thing. She was that she couldn't get pregnant. She couldn't have. She didn't have a baby and she wanted one. So she just saw somebody pregnant, killed him and took the baby. I think the baby died. Obviously, that's not a balanced person. That's a personal, severe mental illness, right? Yeah, yeah. Right. So there's that I noticed that California is turning away a lot of patients at Jennifer. There are all these hospitals around the country..

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"keelan" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"keelan" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Is here from Los Angeles. Victoria Keelan is here. From the sandy shores of from the halls of Montezuma on the sandy shores of New Jersey. And we joined today for the first time by a woman named J. Kushner. I was going to say, young lady, I don't really know. You know, the ladies kind of give it to me when I'm not politically correct, even though I don't always pay close attention to it. I've referred to the ladies as the girls. Women I've referred to the most often. Is Victoria too young. Okay, well, your your birthday is up next after Victoria's birthday. Yeah. Yes, it is. Your birthday. Oh, you're not having a birthday. So what other things I've been thinking about doing with the program for a while. I think it is nice when we are connected. I had a lovely note from a lady named Linda Devonian who happens to live in Alaska. Who sent me this note over the weekend, Dear Doug been a long time listener, Despite the fact that your radio program runs early in the morning in Wasilla, Alaska. Who else do we know who lived in Wasilla? Hello? Heard you mention Sarah, and then I heard you remark who'd want to live in Alaska? And she said, it really is the best place to live, raise a family work retire. The whole nine yards. Natural beauty galore. Great people. It truly is the last frontier, whether because of your isolation. Our weather, which is not that bad, or we were just we've been untouched. By what troubles most people in most places..

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"keelan" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

08:13 min | 2 years ago

"keelan" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"It's Victoria Keelan and Doug, who have the opportunity. The honor. Of working out the last day of the year with you and one of the things that people who are looking at is this ball there are, you know, not only New York But they're a lot of cities around the country, Victoria that traditionally ring in the new year, dropping these big objects that have some local significance. S O. A lot of people will be witnessing. All these different traditions on television, because wherever you're staying home, right, Mommy's going to parties. I'm betting there's some jerks somewhere. Be going to parties with anyway. There are a number of drops. Let's see what we can watch here. The fiberglass fish Named Wiley the wall I that resides in Port Clinton, Ohio. Not far. Moya went to school at Heidelberg. That traditionally drops on New Year's Eve. But it's not going to stop this celebration. While eyes are the fish in Lake area that are most popular, most a lot of people there all of the Great Lakes actually. Lot of fishermen like them and let's see here. The drop will be held virtually on the wily wall. I YouTube excuse me. While the the wall I has a YouTube page, folks, you can watch him. Drop it, Throw it. Fish are not. There's no such thing as the male Fisher female fish Right now. There are because female fish lay the eggs. Right? Yes. So do they copulate? They must Come out of there ever seen fertilization? Really? You don't want Don't know about fish. Maybe I really don't know I That would be my guests. Fish meeting. Really? You want to do some research on that? Not really not really. All right. So now let's move to the town of Bergen, North Carolina, The North Carolina Blueberry Festival is held there every year. Once again, they will welcome in the new year by dropping a giant blueberry. How about that? I've never seen that. I want to see that. Can you see that on YouTube stuff is online. Really? It's a 6 ft. Tall metal pine cone. That will be illuminated with lots of led lights that will come down from the Weatherford Hotel in Flagstaff, Arizona. Tonight. You can watch that at pine cone drop dot com. See, Let's go to Wisconsin now. Plymouth, Wisconsin, home of Sartori cheese. They have a cheese drop. And then we'll go. I saw a picture of this one. This is funny. This is a giant Web searches that comes down from the cheese it that's the Wisconsin. Is that where the cheese heads are right cheeseheads cheese hats where they call him. Jesus, the Green Bay where they call if you like the Packers Cheeseheads, right, Cheeseheads? Yeah, I think that's right. And then let's see here. Plymouth. Is the the cheese capital of the world. Plymouth, Wisconsin s O. That's where they're going to drop the which it's Bella Vita Tano gold. That's what the cheese is called. I never have you ever had that? Bello Vatana go, actually. Yeah, it sounds really familiar. I don't remember it. I'm sure it is. I love all cheese. So I want to know she's where can I go to watch the American cheese ball drop? Because I don't like any of these other cheese, actually, American cheese. So that gives you some place. Yeah, well, see that It's not cheese. American cheese. By definition on Lee has to be 50% cheese. The rest of it is maybe for 2021. You should start eating real cheese. You know, I have those five. Sworn off of a friend of mine is very sensitive, did a little test on my body and said that I should not be eating cheese at all. I've been doing some of Jackson Mary's milkshakes. Was really good. I found some really good milk on. So I'm doing that. Are you lactose intolerant and all? Yeah, That's right. Milk has been so important to me, right? That's a good ice cream and things like that. S o. That's been something that has saved me a bit from perhaps being heavier than I am. I'm not heavy, but I might be minus lactose intolerant. And she can only have goat cheese. Or like goat's milk. Yogurt, right? Yeah, because everything else is just really, really bad for her and very hard for her to digest. Yeah. Alex Trebek's final Jeopardy is going to be on. I've been watching jeopardy just because I knew it was the end of him and the show they've been playing shows from the 19 nineties 2000. They've been sort of and at the end of them, they have a tribute in honor of Alex Trebek. On damn trying. Remember in Memoriam Alex Trebek, a great friend and something else, it says at the end, that really is a very concise tribute to the man that made that show what it was so his final episodes will be on next week. The new episodes taped the last week of October as just before when he died first weekend of every journey. Take 1st 2nd. We can't remember. Yes to me. Yeah, yeah. So there's a special episode that is a tribute Trebek. He did 8000. Episodes of jeopardy. He was hired by Merv Griffin. He moved driven som and said, Yep. Okay, You're it 1994. I'm sorry. 1984 1984 s. Oh, that's 36 years. And if you look at some of the early shows and looking him in the last year or so, Wow, the hair do do is really something kind of cool. I didn't know it was a contestant on jeopardy before the pandemic happened, And he said that Yeah, he said Alex Trebek was every single thing. That he ever dreamed he would be. He was so sweet and just took the time to really talk to everybody. And he was funny and smart and our friend got a picture with him, and he just said it was It was just such a surreal experience because our friend Matt has just been a huge jeopardy fan ever since he was a little kid, So it's kind of like, meeting his hero, and he said he was just so blessed that he got to actually interact with him this year. You know, before everything happened before the pandemic, and then of course, before his illness, you know was really, really at the end. But, yeah, it's just It's so wonderful to hear how many great stories people have about him. And isn't that like the best legacy you could leave? You know, everybody felt so special in his presence, and I think I think that's a great lesson in all of our lives that we think about what people think about us. Some people say I don't give a damn what people think. Well, it isn't so much that it's what do you leaving people to think about with regard to you. And so, this guy saying, I think I don't know if my Angelou originated it, but she is certainly one of the people who perpetuated it. And she said, You know, people may not remember what you do in your life or who you were or how much money you made. But people will always remember how you made them feel and so every single person that you interact with that suddenly everyone's going to always remember you by how you made them feel. And I think that's what Alex Trebek did. He made everybody feel like they were the only person in the room and the producer of the show. Mark Richards. Sorry, Mike Richards said Trebek was exhausted during the last couple of weeks. But he said, you look at these shows. And you think this guy's is healthy is he could be is not sick at all. That's the kind of willpower that Trebek had. He knew he was on his way out on, I guess. Maybe that would think about how impressive that is. That the guy knew he only had days to live and that he way he forced his way into the you know into that mood or that mode. Ah, and they did actually pretty good..

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Packers struggle to put away Jags, get by for 24-20 win

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Packers struggle to put away Jags, get by for 24-20 win

"Aaron Rodgers threw for two touchdowns and ran for a third in the Packers twenty four twenty victory against the Jaguars Rogers was twenty four thirty four for three hundred twenty five yards as Green Bay improved to seventy two he put the Packers ahead for good by throwing a six yard TD pass to Davante Adams with nine eleven left the Packers QB also had a seventy eight yard scoring strike to Marquez Valdez scantling who caught four passes for a career high one hundred forty nine yards Keelan Cole scored on a franchise record ninety one yard punt return and a twelve yard reception for Jacksonville which has dropped eight straight since a season opening win I'm Dave Ferrie

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Early Thoughts Before Pre-Entries

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

11:10 min | 3 years ago

Early Thoughts Before Pre-Entries

"Gossip Good Morning Good Morning Steve. How're you doing good to be back home glad to whatever you want you know it's open open mic DOC whatever is ready and of course you follow gusts through everybody's followed gusts forever from day one on at the races and got a couple of plays maybe for the weekend gus but some some early thoughts before pre entries as we look Toward Cup it's always talked before pre entries but breath just looking at the races exciting exciting racist to get excited about it I think cameras just said I think the sprint and the dirt mile probably the two right now but I mean we have three solid juvenile's with noon Dennis moment eight rings and and Max Bill which I think three of those are very quality horses and just looking to see how these fields shape up but I mean I'll see you know some great opportunities in those fourteen racist for sure what we haven't obviously we haven't had a chance to talk anything on a consistent basis but what do you like to do when it comes to terms of a ticket structures and and focus in how many how many multi-race wagers which one's the utilize the most I'll tell you what you know you get these big fields I had the most success with exactly is in doubles to tell you the truth sometimes simple the up keep it simple and You get I mean you get a lot of value and those plays with the you know arch fields in and actually pick a couple of wide open races I usually focus on that I do tickets with the you know the picked force and I like to find at least one single maybe to deepen the other one and maybe spread that's what I kind of look forward definitely a single though in the pick four pick five I definitely need one host but I think even the pick threes you know the pick threes are they paid handsomely in the last few years as well but I think people you know who spoke with the exact in the doubles I mean you can get some real value if you if you got a good opinion onto racist back to back you can get paid well and we were in fact last week with Jeff Siegel this came up and when I was asking Jeff about his preparations and when it comes to the a ticket building and and we'll remind everybody that as much time as we spend handicapping the gotta spend a hundred percent the maybe not maybe not practical to spend as much time building the tickets but there's gotta come a point Wednesday Thursday where you you've got a pretty good idea of of the horses you're going to key around take a break from I'm from the handicapping and put pen to paper and write down the your perspective wagers and budgeted out and and you know take a look at the you know once we get the announcement I think it's on the twenty third by the way runs day the twenty third will be the race order official order announcement the Breeders Cup has a tendency to the tinker with it based on on the way the field size shape up you know look at that structure highlight the spots where you've got your strongest opinion and then back up on either side of those strong opinions if you're a mother erased player and you know we keep suggesting you know if you if you typically pick four player okay fine you're going to play your series of fake force but this is where you take a step back to and play more pick threes and the doubles and I I I think it's advice that I try to drive home every single u a year that you you don't WanNa have some of your best ideas the horses that end up winning that you had a good feel for an and then you didn't cash because there's some upset in the third or fourth leg of a pick four and you you didn't leverage your good idea as strongly as you might have oh I totally agree with that you know like you said once the the race orders come in just pick your spots we have your strongest opinions and then you go from there I mean that's I mean horse players nightmare there were your your ten to one shot twelve the one shot comes in and then you're single maybe a three to one shot you know doesn't come in the last leg and you didn't have anything on on on your your strongest opinion the price that's that's tough pill does Walla sometimes no doubt gusts will obviously you know get a chance to direct people toward you and and the analysis at at Brisbane that and Talk Again Cup Week maybe you know pick out a a a spot that you know the to discuss what what he did complain of of late how much keeneland action you taking it definitely on the weekends for sure and dabbling a little bit during the week I mean some great racing the weather's been fantastic and big fields they're coming to an end here this weekend but got a couple of plays today actually Keelan let me here let me let me see got hold on I got the where's where's my keeneland Friday Thursday AK with Saturday I keep the Friday about what's going on down believable there's so much there's so many things here did you play Gulfstream yesterday by the way did you play the pick five thing a little bit I did I did and got knocked out pretty early believe it or not you would not price horse which is Kinda it'll happen yeah oh yeah it was over quick so it's pretty full paid well for me though for the for the amount of low prices that were that were at three was a signal and the third leg so I know it's funny that that was the that was the horse that gave the opportunity to to to tip toe to turn it into a pick four but yet I do get the sense a lot of people got tripped up either on the in the first leg or the last leg where the two spots we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA get the one side of the other well let's talk about Qinglin go ahead what are you got today seven just my best friend today force MS coming out of the Woodbine Mile Bill Seventy eight to one mile with a chaining hill started the outside somehow he he maneuver beautifully coming into the turn but down the stretch is totally got shut off had nowhere to go I thought he had nice I made a move just didn't have enough to go this horse has been running good all year up at Woodbine five draws the five here which is which is ideal nine to two is very fair price is a loaded racist could be a stakes race disallowance this allowance race but I like plot I think he's going to get a good trip there's enough speed in front where he's going to be right in stock and right behind I mean he's faced some nice horses I think this is the time to to get in this at somewhere of now ninety two would it be beautiful if we can get that and I think we will because you know the outside you have a few horses that are going to take some money especially Colin Road for for Michael Maker Jose Ortiz that was gonNA take somebody coming out of ah graded great three but ms I think is the wholesome and a key on all over in in starting reporter and race seven and Connor Murphy for whatever reason Connor Murphy does not does not draw money and wins I mean he wins plenty does a good job interesting to see Mark Glatt come to keeneland souter shows up here yet pick source interesting ski Churchill last time kind of finished pretty decent but it's a nice horse was nice races earlier in the year so and you got Roselle Rosario on board into feature the feature very nice race today again the the greatest Devali view fulfilled I think by horses winter sunset four eight to one on the morning line think might get a couple of clicks down I mean she's versatile I don't know if she wants to go nine furlongs I think she kinda flattens out at nine furlongs the mile amount of sixteenth which is I think this is her her best distance coming off a win at Indiana ground at any grant she's got a nice post and she's just a nice trip there there's some speed lined up to the inside I think she can get I run and I mean the twelve is going to be flying late this lady the prince a lot for Baltistan she's eight to one I think she comes down from that I can see here making a big move middle of course coming down the lane but winterson that's it for me eight to one would be great I think she gets I run on on on the closers and should sit a nice trip there again for channing hill it's now and Bhartiya earlier to Mardi landed on winter sunset yeah I'm not sure what the price I think she might down from Chad you've got to chat horses that are Ya Chad takes money like you you saw yesterday focus group was was really over bet yeah I like him but it's too crazy I'll tell you what I have a bomb in the second race so a bomber I'm GonNa take just fly the one horse abstinent for Ian Wilkes make third start first time on on the turf going to turns Bravo Bravo couple of wins from six starts the meat this horse broke the last couple of times I starts his career broke out think the inside post and Bravo might be able to as well she's fifteen to one in the morning line you might get fifteen twenty to one hundred Meta take a flyer on her and also gotTa pick for tonight at down coming

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Tony Black Discusses the Jockey Club Gold Cub

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

09:32 min | 3 years ago

Tony Black Discusses the Jockey Club Gold Cub

"The I have is a Tasmanian she's winning for that state that from at Belmont at without in October of sixty three so I think that's what it must've been construction between the swapped day just to accommodate the construction at one track or the it was four years I it took it took I think four years either was it four years for Aquidneck three years for me and it was it was an extended period yeah I mean absolutely and here on this look at this picture and I'm thinking I just saw joey. NBC Son of the bride farm the originator proprietor his dad and we all the kid goes not too long ago I was at parks and I saw Joey cheesy the sun you know and I said Joe who used to train for your cat burglar Joe Murga they use the net burglar and this was no reflection on his his way of doing business but it was just become at Ryan they would say burglar his business my uncle a lot the nitwits Tasma was a really nice silly sure was and he e I got a picture of her because my uncle had some stuff he was going through and I just wanted to have pictures of my uncle because he wrote up to sixty seven started in forty eight ended in sixty seven and we started walking that taking that stroll down them relate has even mentioned rock rushed and I wrote Rod Roger a couple of times and then I got hurt never low after that but I wrote him and his main race and in his a other than allowance race and then he tried bolt net day with me but he was just learning how to bulk I guess because he really the record aero and he looked like there was no way was gonNA recover that day when when he balked at it the quarter pole independent Serbian an angel guiding back and hand and got his mind back on run and he still won the Derby in spite of giving up the lead at the head of the laying but it's really interesting guys are talking because you come up with so many interesting facts and they just sparks a lot of memories in a and I've got it here Tony the the nineteen sixty his first one Kelso at Akwa the slop actually and then came back at sixty one at acqueduct sixty two was they were able to run at Belmont and then sixty three the at sixty four were back Akwa duct and that's what this Joe Tasma was at accurate up and it was sixty three the mazing how racing the game has adjusted at times when it had to go through transitions and and construction we take a lot of that for Grad I think it's it's a great sport and a course in the forties fifties and sixties I was introduced just do it in the fifties late fifties I realized my uncle was a jockey you know Gordon fifty-one by fifty nine I really started knowing what being jockey was is in in it's an amazing sport in and it was as a kid I can remember going to school and you I second-grade teacher would say to you when you walk in the room jump who do yesterday garden state with Ryan the Tommy Roberts on the radio and sure to feed your from garden state it is but it had so much more exposed back then and it was just needs to be a little kid and your uncle was the jockey and you go to school in second grade teacher him or her out Sam do yesterday it was just really visit was a great area to grow up in being a garden state we've lived around here and I was born uncle lived right down the street and every time I go to Java Complex I can't help but think I'd walk through this area the shopping complex I walked through it and I wonder what born this was I wanted to win more to the racetrack this was yeah and I can't help but to think that like you really turned into no sign of a gun but that's been raging so good to me and I really resisted even when I get on night I voice this morning only got on your credit some lazing how these sources respond to the wind and the crew cab pitchers and I'm thinking to myself here people say we've made these sources you know the people that not you make these horses run and I'm thinking boy you never watched one of 'em crane you idiot because I love what they're doing when you get out there in the morning and one gets the wind up the back and tail up over the back and they're just loving the doc in play and you're on the back open that they go straight because you're you know you're on the back and you WANNA get on back on their back so you get them home and and I'm thinking the ever watch these and play and enjoy what they're doing you'd never make that statement that you make these sources Geez how little right now well I tony I spent that part of that segment with with Steve Thumbing through racing manuals and I as you talk and I pulled you up in one of them and according to this you were born right there in Mount Holly right there Mt Holly Hospital and you know when you got the talking about Keelan and Steve was talking about Jaylen Brown bag mentally that came in and you know I can Robert my I look at it when I went down there for a week derived from Mrs Paxton and I miss his bags and had some nice sources I wonder Ashlin states one of the Chris Braces I wanNA keep an amazing two zero ratio and I never forget when we pulled up don't know what the roads were but he mentioned it and you see the beautiful four rail white fence of Kelly farm you know and yeah and when you're driving from Blue Grass Airport airport tune that track and at four rail vengeance ain't enough we got or railway that's beautiful country and I had is your ride down there and spending a week just you know just because it was in the late Saturday and I was just such an enjoyable week didn't go down there to ride running by them this is taxing only wrote a couple races they're both of them that I remember that I want maybe wrote a few others and then one other time I went back to key eliminate eighty one and I won a prep that they use with the Kentucky Derby or whatever what Jerry Myers outdoors classic Gogo and he won a race and hurricanes then I forget what the race was like the floor runner the Lexington I don't know what the name of the race was but it was just a neat place and it was true only the who's raising capital you know get to see the beautiful farms and you know you went out at night eight and back and drove past these beautiful funds nothing who would want to go on a tour to see what horseracing really is about and what breed opinion and the beautiful mayors and stallions and were what they're exposed to the beauty and care and everything the love of racing that is displayed by everyone who goes to goes to that track and I mean you had young kids 'cause there'd be a day that they entertain the college kids of the young go very big big big you think man this is what racing it really when you go to Gaylon or you go to an event like that really you your whole outlook on horse racing and what a beautiful split it really is so I think Steve's publicist for for these tours and also there is the the initiative that several of the farms put together it's gotTa be now probably was five years I'd bet the Horse Country Initiative and Mike Michael Blown is part of this too with the with the after care portion and creating a destination the whole horse tourism concept that really when you're right it is a perfect compliment to everything else that goes on and and particularly the racing product the afternoons and my hat's off to these guys I mean they do a lot to put the word out there what racing's early about and they go to the next level they actually show you these places these beautiful farms and it's really like I said at your whole outlook on racing and Qinglin what a beautiful track of the beautiful grandstand and the grey stone construction and a better place could you go to introduce somebody to racing

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Brad Cox Interview

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

09:15 min | 3 years ago

Brad Cox Interview

"British idiom is you heard the call ridden by hobby or Castellano trained by Brad Cox who has been so good for so many years he is now trained one thousand two hundred eight winners in his career and that total includes those three victories that he had yesterday to Keelan one at Belmont Park but none none more special than that grade one Darlie Abe's win and Brad is with me now here on H. R. R. N. Brad Good Morning Congratulations. Thank you good good morning. How you guys doing things are good my friend. Dr You still kind of on a high after that big win. Absolutely they had several breezes this morning at your show just kind of wrapping things up yeah. That's that's a win. You definitely you know saver for a while. They're foreign feud between the great ones yeah. What's that light for a trainer when you show up to work. The next day is kind of like a victory lap around the race track where everybody's coming up and shaking your hand and congratulating you you know it's it's it's good. I mean you know it's it makes it easier to get up in the morning. I can tell you that when you you know just having good horses to look at watch them work watching breeze. He's checking the next day. F You know post race stuff like that so you know it's good horses which is get up every day and do this force. The you know have horses than move forward young horses Oaks Derby British Cup type horses what you're looking for so it definitely makes getting up a little easier. I promise you that yeah and you've been around so many good ones but certainly British. Idiom is looking being the part at this point in her career and let's remind people. This was only her second career start. She's now a perfect two for two after breaking her maiden at Saratoga back in the middle of August. It look back on that race from yesterday she she won very impressively very easily. Share your thoughts on the performance. I I mean it it. was you know to think he was going to go over and perform like that no way. I mean you know she. She just she just blew just spectacular performance and you know watching watching the race I mean broke with higher did a great job of keeping up in the race not necessarily on the League exactly what you like to see setting off a couple of horses a relatively you you know reasonable pace the backside. I think he was laying fourth and I looked at my sister and I said she's in a perfect spot. I mean she's got no excuse from here and then when she brings it up to the leaders eaters to three eighths. Kinda started looking at some of the horses behind us like I think she's got these in front of her when she's come up to fairly I think you can go buy these and then obviously I was kinda looking for perfect perfect alibi and szucs Philly and I saw so perfect alibi was kind of interesting you know if she responds when heavier ask this things over and she did and you know the only thing I told you can't tell the guy I don't give them any instructions at all jocks but the only thing I told him I said it's a short wire so don't don't you know short stretch. Yeah I wire so just when you turn for home ever position and he did just that she responded well. It was very very impressive race. Did you know this philly could be this good in this caliber when you first laid eyes on her no really well not when I first laid eyes on that yeah you have to go through several steps. You know obviously months and months of preparation to really get a line on we had this. Philly keeneland England then we moved into this summer and she was really stepping for stepping up and you know acting like she was a good horse we breeze brought her to Churchill with the intent of running her at Saratoga and Yep. We just left our church. I I can't remember exactly how it was about just her last work before she ran at Saratoga. was from the gate at Churchill she'll and thought you know this phillies going to be awfully tough at Saratoga auction race. We'd like to a lot so and you know come to find find out. It was like that morning. There was a buzz I was actually at Churchill today. She broke her maiden Air Togo but there was a little buzz kept hearing like you know they're stranded like horses turning like Susan. I like four or five of them in there and you know she. I think lots of times like you know I thought she would have been down a little more and she wasn't. I just think it was a you know a lot of people like horses in the race and the silly it was second obviously came back and broke her maiden. Belmont which was a positive You know just a couple of weeks ago so I uh I think it was even though it was restricted maiden race it was decent strong maiden races well so she received a big figure out of it to that. That was the one thing that Japan Academy Rag Number. You know a couple of days later and I thought you know she moves forward off that you know she's a she's a serious horse. She obviously did it. Just took us a while to get her back to the races we point for the Pocahontas and she the week before she breezed in the breeze was just okay and We've put a blood on her blood worker blitz count. Where's off a little bit so we just decided to skip the Pocahontas in point for talking with trainer Brag Cox Looking back on yesterday's big win in the grade. One DARLIE also vitek was British idiom. She is now punched her ticket to the Breeder's cup juvenile fillies which will be held at Santa Anita in Arcadia California about well one month from today. Hey we'll be breeders cup Saturday Brad. What do you do now over the next four weeks to make sure that she stays in peak form and she's ready to fire her best shot in the Breeders Cup. Well just you know as of right. Now you know I believe we have a plane scheduled to go out on Tuesday before so that's the twenty ninth we'll just go out then with whatever we have that's earn whatever earn their way to the Breeders Cup and you know just who works. I think you know nothing fancy. I mean you know she got a lot out of yesterday's yesterday's race being the second career start and you know just hoping she comes out of in good shape so far so good she scoped great. Last night looked good last night. Put her to bed and she looked at this morning. So you know Oh everything's positive with her will to this point and you know like I said we'll bring her back to Churchill worker twice and then off to California to before as long as everything goes well when you get an opportunity unity to maybe add a couple more grade wants to your resume later today you have Juliette Fox Trot going in the grade one first lady here at Keeneland and then you'll send out in the Joe Hirsch Turf Classic at Belmont Park. You'll send out arc low in there so let's start with Juliet Fox Trot. Tell me a little bit about her really Nice Philly. I mean it took a really tough being California. Last time we got was beaten by. I think the two thousand eighteen races and the silica so I mean I think right if the wires the only time she was in front on of us we got back in front of her past the wiring dot great really nice really think the world ever very very classy filly to deal with in just just real real nice philly that train them and just very straightforward. Does everything alleged WanNa see a horse do of the mornings and obviously the afternoons as well since she's been here in North America America and just amazing philly not real big. I mean she she's. She's a beautiful really beautiful. I- owner beautiful head up but it's not a big big philly typical. I think you know think cut back to a mile. I think is a I think she can do anything between a mile. Maybe even a mile and a quarter anything in there but I always like a horse that you know in a mile in eighth last time cutting back to the mile today. I think a positive that she drew well in the race. looks like on paper. There's speed I'm hoping she can kind of break settle kind of shut off a little bit going into the first turning up the backside and she does that she'll be. She'll be very very competitive today. I think a lot of this feeling. I think she she some you know. Hopefully can you know get some great one placing. Maybe hopefully a great one win and I think you know. I think the plan right now to raise their next year and I really think she's got had a big feature. You know it's interesting you talk about the mile and an eighth cutting back to a mile later on this afternoon and how much you like that move. I've heard other people talk about horses making that can't move to why can that be so successful. I guess it's just a fitness thing I mean I know. We've had the feeling training all year but it's a lot angles and racing that you know you. Can you know I. I sometimes like you know You don't even if a horse runs well on the dirt going to turf. It's almost like you trick them a little bit. You know it's it's and you know I. It just felt like you can have a little more confidence with your shortening horse up as opposed to stretching now now 'cause you know the further you go. I guess the unknown but you know she performed well at a model at Qinglin this spring so we know she can do it. She didn't really shut off and rate that well that day wish you would have you know relax a little more but it was a first start off a long layoff for a long time. I asked her to run a little bit earlier and she was just kind of on the go like I said from off burning fresh off the layoff but she she's moved forward and she responds to what the routers warrant They had three different jobs under this year. You know they've all got along with her. Well so I think for on obviously knows Schroeder twice before been able to get her. They're both times so hopefully like I said if she can get take a trip and relax a little bit early. She'll be tough yeah. You've had her for four starts now. In North America her first one as you alluded to is keen last April after she campaign in in her native Great Britain when you get a horse like that Brad that comes in from overseas.

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York Mets, Marlins and Brian O'Grady discussed on Kentuckiana's Morning News

Kentuckiana's Morning News

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York Mets, Marlins and Brian O'Grady discussed on Kentuckiana's Morning News

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Technology is becoming a music fans dream come true

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Olympic figure skater stabbed to death

Doug Stephan

04:12 min | 4 years ago

Olympic figure skater stabbed to death

"Horn is here curia Keelan to carry schilling in Washington Victoria's in New York Victoria? What's the big deal is in a New York state of? Mind that you're in or do you have. A global sense of what's going on. This is a bit of a global story the Olympic. Figure skating community is. Mourning the loss of Dennis ten who died after being stabbed he was twenty five he was. From Kazakhstan and he won a bronze medal in the. Two thousand fourteen Winter Olympics but he actually trained in California with the US. Team so a lot of the US team members were very close friends with him and he was allegedly stabbed during an argument with, two men who were, trying to steal the mirrors. Off his car in Almaty Kazakhstan and that's where he he was at, home visiting he was found unconscious on the street by. Passers-by they called an ambulance and he died a few hours later. From his injuries local police say. They're still investigating What happened they'll probably never be able to catch the two. In a statement the International Olympic. Committee president, said Dennis, ten was a great athlete and a great ambassador for his, sport a warm personality and. A charming man it's a tragic loss US Olympic skater Adam Ripon what tweeted his? Shock and sadness yesterday saying my skating Dennis ten passed away? Today he was so kind to everyone and. A huge inspiration to me and he. Said love you forever his Adam responds best friend and. Roommate marina Goss who. Who's the US women's team skater she said the news of Dennis tens murder hits especially hard. For me since I used to train with him it's. Hard to believe he's no longer with us and of course Johnny weir who. Is the US skater and commentator also shared his condolences and he was only twenty five he was also most recently in the peon, Chang Olympics but he, had a series of injuries. And so he was there rooting on the US team but he plays, twenty-seventh himself for Khazakstan but he won a silver medal. In two thousand thirteen and abroad In two thousand fourteen. Weird Steph why would you kill somebody, over something like that what what it's like to live in Kazakhstan Well you could do that that? Could? Happen? To in Chicago New York exactly The Argo specially violence what makes? People so violent why people. For what are you doing with car mirrors though I don't? Even, get that what's the resale and why wouldn't you just? Hijack, the car well why wouldn't you carjack instead of just wanting the. Meals That is weird Killing somebody. For, the grace well people have they've grown up in a world where there is no value in. That particular circumstance no life has no value is just so much pope and just here, in my way get out of my way if you're not going to get out, of the way I'm gonna shoot you Butch out. Of the way so, man with with. But strange Steph let's celebrate something that's a little more fun today is national lollipop day even saying that word is so. Much fun, lollipop everybody, say lollipop victorious, lollipop, lollipop, lollipop, Bob Bob, Bob Jennifer, say, pop, lolly Beaucaire CEO. Lollipop lollipop lollipop don't you like the way your tongue wraps around the l.? In, lollipop, lollipop, oh, LA, LA LA LA as. Much as you I really think you're. Into this more never heard someone so excited about law Ali pops lollipops. Pablo Alibaba LA I grew up with that song and lollipops I used to? Love, lollipops, used, to, get, them in the Bank. All the time now they're so concerned. Dissatisfying as far as I don't like There's there's a lot of stuff out there soccer I did like the blow pops. Though Yeah, cincy, pops are also. Zero pops oh man those are great After all. That right because you're just sucking ticky. Spinney and it's, just? Grow, so you need a little treated. Ends they. Pop lollipop Bose They had better. Flavor than. Somebody just those flat nasty ones so going, back to the moly days..

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Woman lost her toenails after fish pedicure

On Air with Doug, Jen and Victoria

03:20 min | 4 years ago

Woman lost her toenails after fish pedicure

"Thirty four after the hour now on the dj v program i'm doug stephan jennifer horn is here with me victoria keelan is here with me actually more importantly with you carry schilling at the controls in our studio in washington so this weird this this is the gross out section everybody get ready to either run away screaming or thank god how does this happen a young lady had her she went to get a pedicure i've had pedicures ladies i'm sure you've had pedicures but who among us has had a fish pedicure and just what is a fish he dunk your feet in the tub a water filled with fish yup it's like a mini fish tank and you just sit there and you pay again the ultimate callous remover oh like what does that what are the bush pariahs that each your life right yeah now the these fish pedicure things the first time i saw one was on an episode of sex in the city that's how long ago it or maybe it was the sex in the city movie but that was the first time i saw it and then they kind of started popping up in la la kind was at the forefront of this then now they're everywhere when we were on our honeymoon last year in mexico they had in the spa they had chew pedicure chairs and instead of putting your feet in a sink it's a little square fish tank with these tiny looks like little minnows swimming around and they tried to offer that to me complimentary i'll pass like i just don't become like a trendy tourist attraction john's even have like they have it right in front of the window so you can see everyone who's sitting there with their late in the pfister and yet it's alright ashi instead it remember yeah curious about and so they all have to try it once and apparently once is enough to didn't go well for your skirl maybe yeah so what actually happened the eight she had her toenails came off after some kind of bacteria water and whatever happened i guess they don't replace the fish poop poop in the water and you have so i don't apparently they don't change the water between no you're sticking your feet in fish crab and also other people's i'm sure the fish don't get every single little bit of thing right off of people's feet and so you're sticking your feet and other people's gross in fungus right and if any getting ready regular pedicure you would never go into a place that didn't wash tubbs out in between pedicures and essentially doing this that's exactly what you are signing up for which is crazy to me but now this district has no toenails just in time for a let's see an ad for cheerios would be appropriate right now are i wonder when it grows back what it's gonna look like they can take up to a year yeah they take forever yeah all right here's something i don't know whether you think this grocer not ladies is a new ad for a new razor that will shave your legs apparently this is a good ad.

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Lawsuit challenges Iowa's three-day wait for abortion

All Things Considered

01:00 min | 5 years ago

Lawsuit challenges Iowa's three-day wait for abortion

"It's newest abortion law pending a lawsuit over the issue the law bans most abortions if a fetal heartbeat can be detected there are a few exceptions including rape and incest if the cases are reported within a specified period or time critics argue that the iowa law is unconstitutional because it would deprive many women of the right to an abortion before they know they are pregnant three women have filed a new class action against harvey weinstein and people who are accused of facilitating his alleged sexual abuse as npr's andrew limbaugh reports the plankton add to the more than eighty women already making similar accusations melissa thompson says that harvey weinstein sexually assaulted her at a meeting while she was pitching him on a project and that she has video evidence of the attack later on that same day thompson alleges weinstein raped her in a hotel room keelan delaney said that weinstein nonconsensual performed or sex on her and hotel room and on another occasion larussa gomez said weinstein grabbed her he tried to kiss her but she was able to run away the lawsuit also accuses those in weinstein's orbit members of disney miramax and the weinstein company of either helping or hiding weinstein's actions dubbing them the quote weinstein sexual enterprise angela mbanga npr news credit company visa says it systems are operating at close to normal the earlier issue affecting users in europe was result of a hardware failure the company says it has no reason to believe that the problem was associated with any unauthorized access were militias event i'm shay stevens npr news in washington support for npr comes from npr stations other contributors include the william and flora hewlett foundation committed to supporting ideas and institutions to advance education for all preserve the environment and promote vibrant performing arts more information is available at hewlett dot org.

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Victoria, Pandora and Apple discussed on CBS Sports Radio

CBS Sports Radio

00:52 sec | 5 years ago

Victoria, Pandora and Apple discussed on CBS Sports Radio

"Fifty three after the hour on the djba experience victoria keelan an i well i'm just going to serve as your local announcer for national announcer in this case victoria has done the research knows what's going on in the world of technology so star with the pandora starting something new and this is interesting because pandora spotify some of these music services haven't seen such wonderful times recently right that's true and pandora especially has not really seen great publicity in in a long time they've kind of been overshadowed by apple music and spotify coming up with new lakes to instagram and things like that so pandora's been left behind but now they have a new personalized playlist feature that's available to all ad free premium subscribers so now this is paid subscription stop each week they will give.

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After warning Russia, Trump tweets on possible Syria strike timing

Doug Stephan

02:38 min | 5 years ago

After warning Russia, Trump tweets on possible Syria strike timing

"Now thirty four after the hour on the dj be show doug stephan with victoria keelan kerry schilling people in the news let's see where shall we start politicians you andre by politicians interesting ones interest is in the ears of the beholder president trump claiming the relationship that we have with russia is at its worst level ever clothing the cold war back and forth lot of tweeting going on this week warning russia to get ready for missile strikes against syria why would we tell them what we're gonna do before we did well and also the funny thing is his tweets from two thousand thirteen he did this he criticized obama for also warning syria that we were going to strike and he went on this whole tirade about how you shouldn't do this and that and he's doing the same thing so is in critical to wherever they don't even he's not thinking about what he didn't twenty thirteen you kidding people would go back and find that stuff i find that interesting too well he was such a vocal opponent of obama so people it's not really because obama wasn't born in this country victoria what's the matter with you i know i forget that oh my god i trump also talking about the details the meeting between him and kim jon un which is supposed to take place next month american officials have been talking directly with the north koreans to prepare for the meeting and where is it going to be anybody know where this is going to be it's not going to be in america and isn't going to be a north korea so interesting to see where they get together china maybe maybe it was thinking that too here's former house speaker john bainer in the news he has joined a company that produces marijuana the board of directors of marijuana holding corporation acreage holdings describes itself as one of the nation's largest multistate actively managing cannabis corporations former us speaker of the house joined the board of advisors the on the board of directors this is all new by the way you know the whole thing about cannabis marijuana being used legalized you remember was it last week the week before mitch mcconnell who doesn't seem to be exactly most progressive thinker in the.

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