20 Episode results for "Kentucky Horse Racing Commission"

Monitor Show 13:00 05-09-2021 13:00

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01:42 min | 5 months ago

Monitor Show 13:00 05-09-2021 13:00

"Everyone seems to have an opinion about who's in who's out and what comes next. We have a virus. That is actually expanding. Their shots stopped about seventy percent of our -ticipant from falling ill or advice rely only on the most accurate sources. We are thrilled that the world bank chief economist could join us this morning. That's what we do to governor. What's the situation with your hospitals bloomberg radio the bloomberg business app and bloombergradio dot com bloomberg. The world is listening hours a day at bloomberg dot com the bloor business and bloomberg dictate. This is bloomberg radio a top. Us fuel pipeline operator continues to work to recover from a ransomware attack which forced it to shut down. One of the largest pipelines in the country reuters reports the closure sparks concern over a possible spike in gasoline prices colonial pipeline carries nearly half the east coast fuel supplies. The company says it. Shut down more than five thousand miles of pipeline after an attack on its computer systems. Colonial says it's working to restore service but gives no timeline for resolving the shutdown. All of fame trainer bob baffert says he's been informed by the kentucky horse racing commission his kentucky derby winner medina spirit returned a positive drug test after the race baffert says he was pulled. The horse tested positive for beta method zone. Baffert denies the horse was treated with the medication so far medina spirit has not been disqualified from winning the derby. The us navy seizes weapons from a vessel in the north arabian sea.

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Monitor Show 12:00 05-09-2021 12:00

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01:42 min | 5 months ago

Monitor Show 12:00 05-09-2021 12:00

"When you reorganize and declutter we're probably the first thing you decide to keep. Is there any serious contemplation of sanctions against china detailed financial and business reporting. Tell us more about your customers. And how they're doing now expert analysis. You're basically just changing a five dollar bill into five one's definitely essential looking at high yield. Where does that take you these days. Bloomberg radio the bloomberg business app and bloombergradio dot com bloomberg. The world is listening. Growers a day at bloomberg dot com the business and bloomberg dictate this radio. One person is dead and seven others are heard. After a mass shooting at a hotel and phoenix. Early sunday morning. Police say it happened around. Twelve thirty m at the hyatt regency in downtown phoenix. A group of people reportedly got into an altercation and several of them opened fire. Authorities say though shod range from eighteen to twenty two years old the identities of the victims and suspects have not been revealed. Police believe the shooting was not random and there is no further threat to the public hall of famer trainer. Bob baffert says he's been informed by the kentucky horse racing commission that is kentucky derby winner medina spirit returned a positive drug test after the race baffert said he was told. The horse tested positive for better methods zone baffert denies the horse was treated with the medication. As of now medina's spirit is not disqualified from winning the derby. Los angeles detective claims rising hip hop star pop. Smoke was murdered by a teenager. Who wanted his diamond studded rolex. Chris kuroshio with more the detective testified. Friday home intruders who storm the rappers. Airbnb rental in the hollywood hills also wanted his cuban link.

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Monitor Show 15:00 05-09-2021 15:00

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01:42 min | 5 months ago

Monitor Show 15:00 05-09-2021 15:00

"The doors are opening one. Is that moment out in the distant future. Some things will be as they were others forever changed. the restaurant. industry will never be the same buffalo every new development here on bloomberg radio. What do we need in terms of. Maybe the new school of economic thought because the next best thing to magic is insight may take nearly a decade for the us economy to bloomberg radio the bloomberg business app and bloombergradio dot com bloomberg. The world is listening for hours a day at bloomberg dot com the business and and moon bird dictate. This is bloomberg radio hall of fame trainer. Bob baffert says he's been informed by the kentucky horse racing commission that his kentucky derby winner medina's spirit returned a positive drug test after the race. I got the biggest in racing for something that i didn't do and in this really it. It's disturbing. It's an injustice to the horse baffert says he was told the horse tested positive for the steroid beta medicine but denies. The horse was treated with the medication so far. Medina spirit has not been disqualified from winning the derby a top. Us fuel pipeline operator continues to work to recover from a ransomware cyber attack which forced it to shut down one of the largest pipelines in the country reports the closure sparks concern over a possible spike in gasoline prices colonial pipeline carries nearly half the east coast fuel supplies. The company says it. Shut down more than five thousand miles of pipeline after an attack on its computer systems.

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Monitor Show 16:00 05-09-2021 16:00

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Monitor Show 16:00 05-09-2021 16:00

"Reopening the reacting rotation has taken place. How will it have healthcare's of is saying very much in five gets what's mixed surely. It's better to have an extension. What if this is going to be industry wide. At least there's one question you can have answer where to keep We have the latest world and national news. Right here this department policy he had long had. This is about people that you care about bloomberg radio the bloomberg business app and bloombergradio dot com bloomberg. The world is listening before dot com labor business and bloomberg quick tate. This is bloomberg radio a major. Us fuel pipeline operator continues to work to recover from a ransomware cyber attack which forced it to shut down one of the largest pipelines in the country reuters reports the closure sparks concern over a possible spike in gasoline. Prices colonial pipeline carries nearly half the east coast fuel supplies. The company says it. Shut down more than five thousand miles of pipeline after an attack on its computer systems. Colonial says it is working to restore service but gives no time line for resolving the shutdown kentucky derby winner medina's spirit failed a post race drug test paul miles reports from louisville kentucky horse racing commission informed hall of fame trainer bob baffert that medina spirit tested positive for beta. Methadone a therapeutic steroid. Yesterday i got the biggest gut punch in racing for something that i didn't have and in this really it's disturbing.

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Monitor Show 14:00 05-09-2021 14:00

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Monitor Show 14:00 05-09-2021 14:00

"The markets infocus every business day the bloomberg markets podcast with polls weenie and matt miller other sectors. That you want to have more or less exposure to. We've gotta vaccinate the whole world analysis. Today's wall street action thought on apple here from bloomberg intelligence bloomberg opinion and influential news baker sedan market was the boss bloomberg markets with whole sweeney and met miller subscribe to day bloombergradio dot com the bloomberg business app or i tunes four hours a day at bloomberg dot com the bloomberg business and bloomberg. Quick take this is bloomberg radio. What seemed like an unlikely horse racing win. Could turn out to be a tainted victory kentucky derby winner. Medina spirit failed a post race drug test. The kentucky horse racing commission informed hall of fame trainer bob baffert but dina spirit tested positive for beta method. Zone a therapeutic steroid. Yesterday i got the biggest gut punch in racing for something that i didn't do in this really. It's disturbing bamford. Denies his horse was treated with the drug. Andy vowed to fight it tooth and nail. But dina spirit gave baffert record-setting seventh kentucky derby victory. I'm paul miles a top. Us fuel pipeline operator continues to work to recover from a some wear cyber attack which forced it to shut down. One of the largest pipelines in the country reuters reports the closure sparks concern over a possible spiking gasoline. Prices colonial pipeline carries nearly half the east coast.

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Part 2: (cont.)Matt Hegarty,Rick Hammerle, ED DeRosa , Mike Welsch, Candice Hare

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

1:53:14 hr | 10 months ago

Part 2: (cont.)Matt Hegarty,Rick Hammerle, ED DeRosa , Mike Welsch, Candice Hare

"Uh-huh the Chief executive jockey club He was in an interview with the thoroughbred daily news. I believe yesterday in which he said. That is not an option. They are considering whether or not that is web service. I really don't know Especially since you're giving the authority to the actual states to determine how they're going to contribute to share we've seen in the past Notably in california that when Owners wanted or needed more money. They stuck their hands in the pocket support players I don't think that it's very smart. Move I don't think it's a very good move But we will have to see what these states decide You have a lot of Sportsman despite the number of cities benzes on the backstretch who are saying that That they are broke and can't afford to take any kind of pay cut from purses So we'll just have to see how this shakes out. And i think it will. It will shake out on an individual state by state. The for those that. That may have missed Going back to late last year. And this i say late the essentially the fourth quarter In late fall committee that was formed to a essentially a nominating committee That would source participants a board of directors. There's going to be Nine members and five are going to be from outside the equine industry four from various entities around Equine the equine world The the nominating committee Kind of a blue ribbon panel. Eclectic actually As we reported at the time who who is essentially you answered this. I mean the the the people that put the bill together and the prime supporters. Essentially i i imagine are are advising this group and working with this group to forward The recommendations yeah and i don't know how closely They are working with the dow obviously Those supporters were the people that that pick this nominating committee There there are some impressive individuals on it You would hope that they were they. Well you know. I don't know how to how to characterize it but Like i said these these people do very good credentials They're probably giving some sort of guidelines on on what the committee should look like. I'm sure there are divorced. Should look like I'm sure they're looking at the structure of of similar boards And and how those operate But i can't imagine that going to be much longer before that Before the list of that board is is released It doesn't seem like it should be that difficult of a task So you know. Like i said i i. I think you'll you'll look look for that nominee committee to release a To release his plate for the board Probably add her around the same kind of this Executive directors name do we have a feel for The organism the size of the organization itself and How much of this is is full time positions and and so forth. I don't And in fact the last conversation. I had with someone involved in the effort You know they they said look we just we just. This is totally new uncharted territory for the racing industry. We we don't even know this organization is going to be faced. there to Obvious candidates one is washington. Dc or going to be overseen by the ftc. Make sense to to to be watching. The i suppose the other one is is here where i live in lexington It is The heart of the the. Us thoroughbred industry There are a lot of organizations space tier of talent here So there there really isn't a whole lot of information. I actually had someone coffee coffee yesterday. And i was hoping they would give me information And they say. It's just asking me what i knew because they know anything and i kind of had to shrug and say look. I'm i'm trying out there as well but you know the people i talked to who are even involved. Don't really know a whole lot right now. And you bring up the ftc that that is the is the The auspice In in the federal government that is going to oversee Hris a and does bring up a question that i know was floated With the hopes that there was going to be a debate in committee Before any vote was gonna be taken but you know that that That rug was pulled out from every monday from everybody. The is their potential matt for this to be challenged legally add as as As potentially unconstitutional. Now the you know. The supporters looked into this Pretty pretty closely there are some analogues To this that had the exact same or or very similar structures in which The ftc is kind of the the The overseer the overseer so you know. i think that the support at least think there aren't very for constitutional grounds So i wouldn't imagine i know. The harness industry is looking very very closely at whether or not is some sort of constitutional challenge here. but i don't just knowing the qualifications of the people that were involved in the effort and also looking over some of the Some of the things that were distributing Regarding some of those analogs It seems like they. They do have a pretty good Pretty good putting on that all right. I was curious because there had been some. There hasn't been some murmur That you know there was potential to to challenge Is there is going to be an opportunity this week. We we came across the over the last ten days the unusual circumstance of The the husband and wife rules in in new york Regarding the jocks and the one of the elements of changing a rule includes public comment period. Typically you know forty five days. Is there going to be an opportunity for for industry stakeholders and players and interested parties to have input any kind of public comment opportunity. You know that's year catching me. A little off guard on this one because i'm thinking back to to To the bill you know. I have read the whole bill and I i cannot say sure whether or not there were some sort of public posting of proposed regulations I guess don't feel qualified to answer that right now. Just you know the the these pop in my head as we as we talk and the the other element and then one of the reasons i asked you about the Not so all encompassing elements of con- introduction. I mean there's people matt that seem to believe That that other elements of the administration of the sport. We'll we'll we'll be layered onto this as opposed appealing Layers of onions i. It's like they're going to build an onion Things like the right the breeding as a breeding and and and sales and the some of the other commercial aspects. What what prospect The envision or or have you heard discussed on on those fronts. I have not heard anything about extending this beyond the mission. That has already been outlined now if this effort is successful if it's If it seamless if it's efficient if it seems to be working will a explore Expanding its authority It's actually pretty clearly stated in the bill Would it need a legislative change to go into that. Would the jockey club for example want to give up its control over the the breed registry. I doubt it So there the idea that this would expand beyond what is listed in the legislation. I think it's a question that that can't possibly be answered right now. You know you bring up When you said that there's something just popped in my head In terms of expansion considering the ftc's involvement and and You know antitrust elements i they. They they may want to look into the control of data in the sport Which feels like monopoly. Yeah feels like a monopoly because there's only one company doing it Weather fits the legal definition of the monopoly as far as Barriers to entry Restrained trade things like that. I'm not sure if it does Obviously i should be careful. Talking about this You know we the daily racing form used to have that quasi-monopoly We don't anymore. It's in the hand tobacco base but at the same time The finding the monopoly legally is problematic. i don't see why there there's anything out there Company from putting a few people in the press box ingathering its own data So it's i. I doubt this as the state of the industry data is Is going to be something that that gets addressed by by the Fair enough the it There's there's you know there's a few of those kinds of of areas. I mean granted. We do have We do have other bigger concerns. You would think but It it's not a it's not a a issue either. Frankly now. i'm with you on that. That's for sure. So matt You sound it's funny. You and i have discussed this for god ten plus years obviously since tonko bar I know i started floating. This and you sound more hopeful than a at some of the times that we've we've gone over this element and and you know we. We were always discussing this topic kind of with an assumption that it could happen and if and if it did happen but using using encouraged Well i'm only encouraged Because i've been discouraged over the last twenty years It didn't seem if you were just an outsider looking in. It doesn't seem like it should be a heavy lift to get all of the states to play by the same rules I have been covering the racing industry. Nineteen ninety four This issue has been there since the beginning and it predated me and yet you were still unable to do what seemed like it should have been a simple and beneficial thing to the racing industry. There isn't really any reason why a horse would be tweeted differently in arizona as it would be in new york. It doesn't make a whole lot of sense So i i think there are benefits having uniform rules And if the racing industry were able to do this on a state by state basis Then good on them but they haven't It's been a long long time I don't see a downside to having uniform rules and if this is the structure that it takes to get that goal then i think that's a good thing for the racing industry well put and Certainly the hope. I would think that part was a uniform hope. Undoubtedly i appreciate it. Matt i wanted everybody to get a a Just a snapshot of where you know where things stand and what the immediate next steps are so long. I wish i could have provided a little more information but but that's where we are right now. No no. i appreciate it a couple of other topics while we're together We we seem to do this. Every year We kind of get a feel for some of those broad strokes and there's a couple of other legal issues. I wanna ask you about The handle numbers however In going through a couple of old headlines it occurs to me to get an update from you. what you're hearing regarding the hr and kentucky And we did before we went to vacation. governor bashir Did did talk about You know urging the legislature and having frankford You know be be creative. And and be aggressive in terms of gaming for the state What's the latest on the hr rowling's the latest is that Everybody in the state. Apparently who has a position of power or authority is four h. hr continuing At racetracks in the state of kentucky But those same people don't appear to be willing to do something about it and put You know put it in their responsibility. there's a reason why the kentucky horse racing commission had passed these and it's because the legislature didn't want to So you have all these people saying oh we can't we can't let the horse industry suffer and we really want these revenues to point to them But at the same time. I think they are going to have a difficult time. Getting by deflation past and also crafting legislation that would allow solely for these types of machines While blocking out other expanses of gambling. So you know right now the casinos are still running. They're still waiting on the appellate court issued. Its decision when it does. I would guess that the casinos are going to have to shut down if it does issue to issue an opinion that says on the whole these machines you're not fitting the fit the definition of pair mutual So they have a little leeway here. But i am curious to see what the legislature will do about it Because they haven't been willing to do anything about it in the past And so i think they have a heavy lift in front of them. Well that was not necessarily the answer. We were hoping for one here. But you do read the The comments and you talk to the legislatures who Who believe that this. This business activities should be should be legal and and go ahead And yet you haven't seen a bill yet right. Well we'll obviously keep tabs on the on that as well matt. Let's turn our attention to this week's release of the twenty twenty handle numbers and You know there's also various organizations that reported their their figures and You know it. It's generally an area where you hope to be able to latch onto things and and paint a upbeat picture. Frankly given what twenty twenty was for the entire world not just for the racing industry. All things considered Th the game soldier forward really admirably and had a year on a business front. That was good enough to hold. You know hold the fort. Yeah i don't. I don't think there's any way to look at these. These numbers other than kind of a a big. You know like this was a tough year. it was a tough year for a lot of businesses. It was a great year per for businesses if you were You know if your business was already based on Delivery prior to the pandemic Obviously you had a great year So many so many factors Are are involved here So many different variables are at play I don't think it you know i. I had a discussion with someone the other day. Where win this pandemic started. I said to myself win. All the racetrax were closing I said to myself well. I don't know if i'm going to have a job after this is over The idea that racing could hold its own in this year so many different variables I think only be be viewed as good news There was a lot of downside here. there was a lot of uncertainty In the spring and summer Was a good thing. That racing had a pretty well established and and and well connected Account wagering Network as far as all the different options there That obvious we say horse racing to a point They got lucky when there weren't any other sports on in that works. Were trying to get horse. Racing coverage So you know being down only one percent this year. I think it is very good news. And if you look at the per quarter number two semper numbers The trained is actually going up I i don't think that any other way as part of this. I mentioned yesterday when when saying that. As part of you know as part of your visit to discuss We would also talk about the the figures it did appear that the staggered schedule. And the way in which you know some tracks while some tracks were a hiatus and and you know having to wait things out there were some some real Opportunities to be creative or to tinker. And i don't know if we exploit it those as much as we would have liked but there were some things that that were were driven home and that included That you know. Wednesday and thursday became the new saturday and sunday. The success of indiana and you know of certain venues mean taking advantage and coming off of you know having be tracks come off of the aid days you know out of the way of the big tracks and carving out. Their own niche really was driven home as was a point made in the mckinsey. Study ten years ago that if you schedule carefully and you utilize you know staggered host times to maximum benefit you. Can you could the number. I believe with seven percent growth could be result and it really feels like some of these you know little nuances Have taken root the the tracks that ended up shifting their schedules to get away from the tracks. had Began posting record average Parade which i think is the best bet to us Right now in the industry Record numbers when they shifted to places where it was less competitive in name the simulcast marketplace. You are already holdovers there Tracks have already announced dates for this year with. They're going to occupy the same places that that they did. During the pandemic owls is a lot easier to shift during the pandemic. Because you didn't have spectators onsite so okay. We're going to give up the gate in the concessions on saturday But lobby straps you. Know have big ones So we can get the time cass money on monday and tuesday is that Very good in the long term I know this sounds antiquated But i still think the best way to create a horse racing fans to take them to a nice track And to take them to a nice track day when there's a lot of people there So you know holding race cards on monday. Afternoon or tuesday afternoon Instead of saturday or sunday You know will that have long term damage to raise things ability to convert new customer. I i don't really know But it it was a good shift it was a meaningful shift and Statistically a good workout for the people that were that were willing to go. What else have you have. You noticed when you when you put together the the the figures and and you have Sure of your own accounting process Anything else stand out to you. Yeah you have the during the summer. You had several account. Wagering operators that Posted service games Visa the other account wagering operators those account wagering operators were the ones that had their signals. on tv or who were broadcasting. So tv is now the largest count wagering company country They did that by nearly doubling their handle during the summer. naira More than double the handle Not coincidentally they were out in front. They were on tv. The whole time Even though naira wasn't racing it was hosting and producing a show During the early days of the summer in which they were pushing everyone to niagara one so you saw outside games From those two account wagering companies compared to everyone else twin spires. I ran the numbers Earlier this year Or sorry late last year and There year over year growth was was peanuts compared to what dvd. An ira wanted. Ira bet sorry you mentioned you mentioned the tv portion. And obviously the you know the america's day at the races and saratoga live broadcasts and the incorporation of of other partner tracks with the with that it goes hand in hand really matt with again to hearken back to the mckinsey Study and you know. People are always so quick to talk about how dysfunctional the the sport is. And and nothing ever. You know nothing ever. No attempt Ever works well to be honest. Those are both Elements that were championed During jockey club roundtable presentations and they both born out. The jockey club helped get this started in a lotta ways with their jockey club tour. The two years of television broadcast and toni alvarado and naira have pretty much taken up that mantle On their own and built a you know a really nice you know. Partner telecast to everything else that's out there including the nbc coverage and of course tv. Jeez longstanding coverage. Yeah and and you know. It certainly doesn't hurt that. A lot of white collar workers were at home Lot of white collar workers have not returned to work Most workplaces do have firewall protections on gambling sites. I know you know my my circle here in lexington my by prince here are are because they were sitting at home all day So you know. I know that anecdotal evidence But at the same time you do have You do have. Pg which had launched a A fan duel app. That was just horse racing just prior to the pandemic february They say and they say that these numbers completely baird out that fifty thousand people who were in the fan duel database. Who had never made a horse racing that actually downloaded that app and beta bat during the pandemic there were new people playing whether or not they're sticky. Whether or not they're going to stay with gracing. I don't really know But like i said you have those fourth quarter numbers december numbers. Which are definitely encouraging. And that's a that's a terrific tidbit. That's that's great. Well overall matt the cheery. What a cheery visit for you. Sometimes we're not talking about So many upbeat things i'm not. I'm not sure i'll get off this. Get off say oh. That was cheered. No all right. Let's best wishes. And i hope that somewhere along the line. We'll see you. And i hope i hope not. I hope we don't have to wait until december in arizona. It i'm. i'm crossing my fingers for keeneland in april but I'm not at all confident about it. So we're gonna just we're gonna ride this out and we've made it this far it it you know. It's a shorter. It's a shorter voyage going forward than it than it's been getting air. Yes that's yeah well. Let's hope yeah exactly nothing else. Nothing else jumps in jumps in the path right. D- confident predictions or dr hegarty. Everybody mad hegarty does just tremendous job covering all the the non racing and he does get a chance little keeneland kentucky down. He does you get a couple of opportunities here there for matt to cover racing. It's always a pleasure that hegarty thank you. Thanks for having me on steep. We'll talk soon. And we'll talk with ed de rosa and kansas hair and hammer rich ebbing and mike welch yet this morning coming up toward the bottom of the hour. Probably just gonna take case. I think we'll probably just take the one break and then come back with a second-half because there's just too much to do back after this at the races weekend preview brought the of twin spires aberrations with stephen on sirius. 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Pick five the first five races and seventy eight thousand. You'd have to think at least another. I'd say another three hundred plus Will end up in that pool. And i do want to mention As well one. One topic that matt had written about over the last few weeks the the difficulties that cj mcmahon finds himself in and it. If you didn't see matt's follow up Mcmahon had been named on horses that sam houston and he will not be permitted to ride. At sam houston. He wasn't even sure that he was going to come down Even if he had been allowed so it was up in the air. And he's having to May have to wait out He is not going to face a court battle until august and for those that hadn't heard this story. Cj mcmahon charged with attempted murder which seems in in light of the specifics of of the instant it was a essentially a road rage. come of but it did involve him discharging a gun and so. Cj mcmahon is going to have to May have to table things. And it's it's it's a sad incident all around. So ed is waiting for us now and ed. Good morning again. Maybe not now. i'm here there. We go okay. I couldn't hear you might have been at my hello again. Hello you know for those. That didn't get enough. Ed on wednesday. I can't hear him again. What happened case. You got me there there. We are there we go. How about that all right. Yeah that was weird. Yeah casey says this is this is you. He's laying in your lap miles across. I happy to bear a sound. Good now and it is of course twin spires weekend preview and with with james unavailable to go to you. But i'm glad we did. Because you and i never got a chance to talk. Sam houston on wednesday. And you were. You're excited about the sam. Houston and twin. Spires has got a really fun. Build a bankroll toward ladies. classic day and explain that everybody where we sat with. Sam houston franken. Chris down there and wanted to work with them and i know a big target for them. Opening monsters is that ladies Day with The multiple stakes. So we all right. Well let's get people involved throughout the month and reward them with some cash to play on your big day So that's how we came up with this and also thought you know oklahoma's an open yet. gulfstream isn't into the thick of their championship. Meet so draw them is is well from you. Know people used to play in sam. Houston that's how we came up with it and you may maybe here. Ej's excited about it. we are too but Yeah you bet one hundred dollars any day and you get five toward at Stakes day and if you hit the target every day of the the me fifty bucks to play on on steaks excellent so you got plenty of opportunity. Build up and listen. Fifty nine hundred dollars is not a big number two hit To to to get the five deposited into the bankroll builder and so Part of it You know it's not necessarily insignificant if you're a two dollar better but you know with their twelve percent. Take out on the maltese and the the big fields. It not too creative to to get two hundred especially on on the second day of the when they're gonna force out the space city sick so There there should be plenty of opportunity to put the money into action and get some back for the big day and we should also mention because these have changed somewhat. And you know you have to. You have to opt in You you have to notify. In some cases these things will just be automatic. But for instance talk about the weekend The pick four wind shirts too because this is significant money it adds up yet and actually You know my colleague scott sapiro not that either of us. We need a reason to play but You know you you mentioned is man that the The the pick for winter goes a long way and It's up to fifty dollars back per day. So that's might be the one To try to sink in on a price. I'm definitely not over. He sold on wild weekend. And that does get the extra Hafer long from the rail Th the rail isn't too bad going amount of sixteen Eight percent at the meat only thirteen races of The post two and three or winless so The inside not gray and going a mile which granted it to shorter. Run it as a different configurations But the rails just one for forty two. I think so down inside two to one When i'm not really sold this is the best horse in the race anyway. This is where. I'm definitely taking a stand against the favorite and The shake of robbie. I'd like to one choice on the morning lines. I think that one certainly fits and Darby dr Starts and trying to find that. The number. Because i'm only looking at my notes Go eleven Darby i thought Could thirty to one. I wanted to include because even though we kinda listed as a closing style Have run over the course when it was just two lengths off the lead of what we call the fast pace back out of it. I really wanted to find a price. Somewhere in darby was sort of the one at a fixed price. That stuck out to me is yes. Need to improvement At this level but does have two races on the page wise. That are fast enough to win the so that sorta my okay i'm potentially single than racists two and three Darby died thirty. Two one morning line is with those big favorites. And you mentioned Shakeup rb corrigan and Rudy valentino wouldn't have been happy with that not at for those for those who who who have never seen the silent classic the shake But this is a horse that go along on the turf a serious horse and has had. This is the problem. One of the real challenges. When you deal with the with the season the winter and horses that are turf forces order doors that are going to spend the winter over the synthetic and you know by all rights you would think and granted. He's been better going a mile and a half mile three eighths but he ran a bunch of good races. This summer at allison at arlington and indiana. And then he comes and he's run to dreadful races on the topeka so you can't always just automatically assume that the turf horse is going to get over the top of well so i don't know what to do with him here. Art a being against wild weekend especially in reveille burn money on and he's kind of the reason we have a carryover yet to define favorites on thursday That weren't bench. Never looked like a winner. Let alone said well you know. They ran the racist be. They didn't even run the race now. I don't mean that as an excitement of the trainer but the short price You know. I think maybe the barnes not going well and larry gets all the time This seems to be the one that maybe fred And i agree with you. I mean just looking at you. Know the sires. I see winning turf way and things like that. I'm kinda the point. Where the myth of turf descent sorta automatic i think is been dispelled I will say though when it seems like a horse has had success on dirt enter then. You're sorta versatile and I'm kind of more willing to use them in synthetic debut type of situation versus. Oh look how well they ran on turf i'll take short price and topeka debut and that's not necessarily the right approach well and that gets us to the anchor leg. The fifth race of the sequence which is a maiden special weight for three year going a mile on the synthetic and among the participants. You look outside Master of war for neil howard that to be half instagram and there is some pedigree that is is on display in here and this is a really i really tricky and and it's so nice to see this kind of a race at this time of year at turf way you know to have this quality but that's what you know getting the purse level up to thirty two thousand That makes a difference. And there's horses here that might normally have been sent down to two run in new orleans or or In florida and here they are staying home. Man no doubt about it and this is It's a competitive one. The to debut runners or or big numbers on the morning line. But i wasn't dismissive of dubina. I'm always when a when a chocolate calvin jiminez decides to take him out and You know the the dams long starter was a winner on komo i. It's tough to win on debut to turn but You know this this test. Decent pedigree uncle out of a mountain view mayor probably can end up going even longer than a mile. Maybe but man it twenty one on the morning line. We'll see what it opens up but by then hopefully our money into pick five and You know no greater feeling than being live at twenty two one morning mine and seeing them open up at four to one and the will pay reflects more the morning line. So that's definitely going to be in play for me. I thought back one Darren miller certainly Deserved a long look at you. Debuted at a mile and picked off a ton of horses ninety nine late pace rating so just missing hundred threshold. That i love seeing from two year olds. These are now three year olds of course and Interesting that miller doesn't add a few other than your of run and not getting ed others getting it for the first time. Obviously you know to me. That's a big wrinkle of whether forces shipping elsewhere that they're allowed lay six or here in kentucky when they turned three the they were allowed to add it. you know obviously a variable worth monitoring But that's not in play for and you know that ninety nine late pace rating out debut fifty one to one certain outran those out. We're not gonna get him tonight but that's of the runners. That's the one i most want but absolutely using to be the do And and i don't think the other twenty two one is going to hold but Also fifteen two one on wild damir for ben colebrook and samaya a us. This is a tiny go. That happens to be a half to a the fairly nice steak Horse madame cactus. Going back a handful of years the cactus ridge Philly and was more of a of a sprinter at but I ben colbert adding the hood and adding lasix second start had some time since that churchill debut for maiden forty This is this is probably the right spot and i. i don't see anything necessarily in in colebrook profile. That says go. I mean he's over thirteen the last year and a half adding lasix the first lasix and Blinkers not a big thing with him either but corrales sticks and Wild mir is a little interesting to me at a at a price. I i think this might not be a major win candidate but there's a couple of hints around Around the pedigree. Tonico got some attention this weekend with With that medina spirit. So there's There's some things as they say here. I mean the the price chief among them after the things you pointed out there positive Other than back wanna admittedly. I don't love the lower morning mind to of already run. They just to me. Seem as capable is is the rest and With this type of race there's plenty of Reasons to maybe suspect them upside. I mean even alpha creditor for. Tim have got the race over the track You know second time out. He's twenty one percent You know he's a sixteen percent trainers a little bit of a list there. It's you know jackie's when some races at the me and You know animal kingdom out of. That's pretty strong cepeda and he gets it again. Here going a mile so another one at a price just tough to dismiss and i definitely think you know looking at horse like adare certainly wouldn't shot but twenty two one versus five to one. I don't know that sir that separated. It's a very good Sequence at turf way tonight and We've been kind of advertising. How strong the program great. The meat is been already and On a nightly basis these kinds of fields are are being assembled and six fifteen eastern a seventy eight thousand dollar pick five carryover always attractive and the pool probably pool could pool could get i think close to half a million maybe and add a couple of quick. Yeah i have to think four hundred new money. that's life that's what i thought Couple of quick. Sam houston thoughts Well you know. I mentioned a little bit with the The the twelve percent takeout On its picking wagers and you know. Obviously humble brag alert I'll have a soft spot in my heart because the the side of my biggest score so it's gonna be tough to separate but Competitive racing right off the rip and believe i'm looking for my top pick gets Race for Number four little rat vat Ten to one zero tie kennedy up second off the claim for doro and I random numbers and it's it's amazing. The difference between sam houston for doro definitely seems to do better. Work in hot springs. Flap that profit and twenty twenty. Huge negative Flat-bat results at sam houston So i'll tread carefully. We're taking a short price but this one tend to win on the morning line And for the barn with the horse who shown speed. I i definitely think she fits with this group at ten to one. Excellent else That was it. I think i. I haven't even gotten to saturday yet. But i'm kinda glad. I focused on turf way for tonight because it ended up. Put that carry over Race and i thought i had something. And no we i guess. That's it for now posting a grit tonight. Excellent well and of course for tomorrow to where you're going to have We anticipate unless something really spins out of control tonight At sam houston. We anticipate that they'll be the force out starting with fifty plus thousand tonight and then whatever comes in today and then next thursday they start with a standard very attractive. Pick six version jackpot out the window. And it's okay by us. Ed derosa because of the interest that's right That's that's right seven bucks. That i love it. They could put the money in. Png stock pretty good or bitcoin And they they exactly have a great weekend at. We'll talk all right. Thanks rosa everybody. Ej x. d. two and The full the full complement of the derosa household. The puppy what was the puppies name. What do you say the puppies name was i. I didn't i didn't catch it. We're going to stay here. I told you got A busy second half recovery is gonna join us and just a little bit from oak lawn and then we'll catch up with rich. Hang little santa. Anita and mike welsh as well to do the gulfstream action including that tropical turf and right now. I'm just delighted to be able to have kansas hair. Join us and candice delighted her audience and fans with the news. And i want the light. It's probably too broad because there's going to be some people. I'm sure that were equally disappointed that they're not going to see her as regularly Commenting and and You know giving opinions on the international racine because she's gonna go toward mainstream news and I it's just To me an exciting story candice hair happy new year. Happy new year steve. Thanks for having me not at all. We have not talked since. I think A a night school edition a couple of years ago and saw this and so many people were just tickled for you. Talk about the what went into this decision and and the opportunity to to rip and read for me. I think it's been something odd was in the plan. I what loose loosely. Say plan plan once. I became an on air analyst for tv. Because certainly before that. I never would have thought i would around on television in my life. Things just happened that way sometimes but But it's always been the plan for me to a degree to want to move towards a more local news based audience. I know for myself. I always grew up and my parents were always watching our local news and i had respect for how well they were able to keep. Everybody informed with. What's going on in your neighborhood. What really mattered to you. Every day i do want you to talk about how you parlayed. A tech savvy and an internet awareness and interest in in the sport it to know basically getting into the the the industry and the consciousness but Talk about the job. Specifically and twin falls idaho. kmt k. mvp. Yeah i'm going to two twin falls to be on their. cbs affiliate. So i'll be reporting during the week and then on the weekend. I'll be anchoring their morning show so you know small location but where. I'm going to be able to wear a number of hats which i always appreciate getting experience in multiple so for me. I think it's one that makes sense. And i'm very excited about it. You should be and had you had you been sending out Tape and and and resumes for for a while. Or how you know. How quickly did did you land the spot. It was fairly quickly once. I started putting my resumes out there and applying specifically for jobs for me. I was pretty methodical about the process. You know putting a real together then. The pandemic hit and that kind of push everything to to a halt. And then when he started to kind of see some local news jobs began opening up again around august and september and so it was a little bit. Alpha's off that i began applying. And unfortunately you know so many aspects of not just our country but world when it comes to jobs have been in such difficult dire straits during all of this but local news has been one of the areas that they've done pretty decently because everything has become so local to your community. You know what restaurants are open. What restrictions are in place. What our the hospitals looking. Everybody really had to pay attention to to their own communities a little bit more so this this is I think an opportunity for people to get to appreciate your your voyage as it were your your experience and as you say you didn't necessarily expect to get on television to begin with but talk about those origin. The origin story Because i i certainly before you came to tv g you know all of us that that were involved in online communities around racing. And we're fans you were. You were part of those communities. I mean it. You were not unknown to people when when an opportunity arose which is crazy for me even even here in and to have some awareness. Because i came to this sport so late You know so. Many people in the industry we know or were born into it or were introduced to it at a very young age and well when i was young. My dad loves to gamble on the big day. So i i hadn't awareness of kentucky derby and breeders cup but i wasn't fully immersed in it and it wasn't until i was in college and that was when in yatta race and i went to school in southern california and i remember watching. Espn one day. And they were talking about how she was going to be wrapping up her career. I thought to suffer sports fan. Well i i need to see that you know to write down the hollywood park last time in california. I should just be there to see that. And so i i went and grabbed a form and i attempted to read it which everybody knows for the first time no matter what age you are not an easy thing to do but i attempted to strike from it what i could and had a couple of that throughout the day and made enough money to pick up some dinner on the way home and and i was hooked. I was hoping from there But that day guy became a pivotal one for me. Not just because of her. Because i went back to hollywood park a couple of times after that. And i wound up. Seeing horse named grander and he raced for jeremy. No he wound up coming back to the us a number of times to race. He loves coming out here. But after i saw him up first time at at hollywood park i you know he won. He's a beautiful gray horse. And i wanted more information on them know. Where's he training. We're gonna see them next. It's gonna come back here to america again. And what i realized is that was almost impossible for a regular person to find you know. She's not public information. Especially over in europe and that kind of drove me to start to look more into acquiring that information developing connections with people who the industry abroad and and not only knowing that information for myself and my own betting purposes but making it accessible to other people. Because i just knew that there were certain things that they just had no chance of of knowing or even if it was publicly available you had to jump through so many hoops to get there that the chances of you finding out without you know extreme motivation. We're we're slim. And so that's why. I started to kind of develop the international racing bug. You bearing different horses along the way they take you on different path. I mean i remember voodoo prints he wound up being renamed. Our voodoo prince. He raced over in europe. When i was. I kind of making my way into international racing and he was the son of ouija boards. So i you know when. I was a child at that very very kind of general knowledge of the breeders cup. That tea was one who -membered because kid one multiple times and so i was drawn to him and watching him. He wound up going down to australia. And he was a high level handicapper so he just following him gave me kind of my crash course and australian racing in their handicap system and grandeur. Who spoke about who is here. In america a number of occasions he was the first four. i walked in hong kong. He went to the hong kong international races as well. So for me just began as a fan and falling in love with a couple of different horses along the way who who took me on separate journeys. And that's why. I've always tried to be really just so appreciative to to these horses been because no matter how long you're in the game all of them are meaningful to you but there are always a few who at least for me. I felt like. I really own something. Those those those few that i just mentioned are ones of them on when i moved to. Tv weeks was a major role in. But they're throw those few horses who at least for me. I felt like if not for the horse. I don't know if i am more. I am today. And that also can be applied to the the broad Incursion of international racing on you know the american north american horse player and fan. In general. I i the the layers of of interest keep you know keep growing and whether it was I think to some degree A lot of the dubai world cup Might have been the first you know flare that caught people's attention and then you know we've had you know the the cheltenham royal ascot Kinds of you know kinds of stands Hong kong kind of bubbling up. And then you fold in australia and the there's really been. I think a an awareness level. I do it on the right here on on our show. We always had an interest. But i could tell by the reaction to the various topics that we kept adding that that the public was interested and they were playing the the races and they were learning. You know how to approach the the various international segments. And you know you for sure for a lot of the tv audience you know you've been there guide the last What how three four years. Yeah it's been about four years on air there. Yeah yeah. I mean it's crazy but you're right that the interest has it's really risen over. I mean i've suppose been in sport to some degree for for ten years. tv before. And i always tell people because they'll ask well. How did you go from a fan with a blog and a makeshift youtube. Show in your living room to on cd and a lot of it for me. I felt like it was just being in the right. Place is the right time. Because at the time when i was first getting into it i felt like there was a real lack of data on international racism. And there's still a some but it's gotten significantly better and the there was interest but people just didn't know where to go and i feel like now you see many more people who are in very savvy on racing overseas. I i just didn't see that level of of knowledge when i first got into felt like this. Here's this huge void. You get a couple. People are allen. Draw with sobre. Daily news pat cummings. You know there were experts in hartford. She they all knew but the lay person didn't didn't quite understand it and that is completely changed. I would especially in the last five years. And i almost wonder if to a degree. That's been a two fold thing. I think part of it has come. From the fact that we've had more europeans. It feels like than ever being imported to america and racing. You know the major outfits the chad browns and the like that get so many every year and they wind up having a ton of success. So i think people develop an interest when those horses i come to america and they want to familiarize themselves with their Running lines to see if they should be betting this horse or not and i would also say maybe. It's a bit counterintuitive. But i would also say i think there might be a degree to which people have become more interested as not only all those major meetings you mentioned have been broadcast but as american forces have been not just more competitive but winning more races aside from the dubai world cup so when you look to things like wesley ward is accomplished ask it obviously in depth extended now passed him with horses like tapping who were able to win. I think that plays a bigger role than people. Give it credit score. Because there are plenty of americans who would get up and watch alaska ten years ago because there's assassinate fascination with this row meeting but i think once american horses started winning the number of people who were watching and starting to wage or the product really went up exponentially because those are the horses that we know so. When we're seeing them win then we have a bit of a more familiarization. I believe with the quality of these horses abroad and where everybody sits. You know it's hard to grasp. I think the quality of the horses that you're dealing with what you know goes over there and just get you know just drugged not not super fun to watch either so i think well. Ascot and american successes. There has played a very large role and people becoming more interested in in horses. Abroad is there and you are going to continue to to do some writing. And you're not. You're not completely turning away from racing. Is there anything that you envisioned. You know once you had the opportunity to to get into the broadcast arena in the game. Is there anything that you still want to do on on this side of the fence or do you feel like you've accomplished the anything you set out to do. There are still things. I wanna do you. I felt like when i was with tv g. I felt like. I did everything that i could do. Within the scope of what was possible there and there was a real. I suppose i would say like a satisfaction that came from that. Because i was able to see in the in that and i don't i want to say that in mind that it wasn't. I'm not sitting here saying it was all me that the international there's a massive team there and there are people in management who were very supportive of products that we had never been shown on air. I mean the fact that on one of my last days i was signing off as they were showing racist from south korea and singapore and those are things that i wouldn't imagine on regular days not even their big days of the year that that those are things i would have even imagine would have happened before so they've been incredibly supportive of me and of the product itself but i felt like i did accomplish everything that i could within the scope of of that specific television product but there still is a lot more that i wanna do. I wanna do much more Focusing on finding prospects for people. I've started a new series riding. Where is kind of new horses to watch coming from overseas to america who's been imported who've not raised here yet really focusing on not the horses with the glittering resumes right. We hear about those ones every year but the horses who are under the radar and look like they can find success. I think that is still an element of international racing in an american scope. That is untapped. I think people still trying to kind of grasp. You know when you say or when i would say don't look for the best horse who's coming to america. Look for the right type and really trying to kind of extrapolate. What i mean when i say the right type is there are varying factors and it goes far past month firm ground right so doing kind of some real depth looks at a few of these horses and giving people a sense of when i say of course is the right for america. Here's why it might go through no pedigree and sales and who owns the horse and the horse located in what. They look like in their racist coming into this. Why is that good for american an american race in prospect for doing some of that and honestly the other thing that i'm started doing in my writing done i'm having a ton of fun with is just helping people off me questions you know. What is it that you wanna to know about international racing and oh man. I've gotten so many great questions i think last week. Somebody asked me to if i could give them idea of where to find. Statistics more Post position statistics for hong kong. And we went on kind of deep dive through an article about where you can find all that information and how it presented in a place that does data like that so well not only giving you post position data for the distance but doing it for every rail placement over every distance over a number of years and so. I've had a quite a lot of fun with that. Because it certainly when you i think when you developed yourself in any kind of real niche area have it sometimes. It's a little bit tough to recognize all put off there. What i think people want to know but sometimes it's a lot easier when people tell me. Well this is what i actually want to know. Because they'll at times. Give me ideas that you know. I would've author live overbooked. So i really. I really enjoyed that segment of my writing. Recently people just asking me at any international racing question may have and there have been a number of good one. Well i should ask. Ah what advice. Can you give. Cause i get emails to and and you know my story is not all that different really either i was. I was writing. I had at derby trail as i as a yahoo group and then morphed into a website But what do you. What advice can you give aspiring broadcasters or journalists that that wanna do what what you've done i would say the biggest piece of advice i would give is to focus on your knowledge before you worry about the on camera or audio work. You know whether we can go radio or television. I think so many and young people especially because we're in social media age where it's easy to film videos of yourself and put him up. I think people wanna rush that. Oh i want to be on television tomorrow. And i guess because because of my experience i didn't do anything on television it certainly showed in the beginning but i was always able to rely on my knowledge. I had confidence that. I knew exactly what i was talking about. And then i knew it better than ninety five percent of people. I suppose so i would say focus on that really really hone in on your knowledge always try to learn every single day you know maybe take it and steps maybe start to go on social media for me. Twitter was where i kind of launched myself. I suppose that it was just by putting taxed opinions. You know tweeting out. I like number. One was flamboyant when he came out to southern california from france. And i i like him for his debut. Corey nakatani is gonna be aboard. I like them because of avian see and and really not even not even worrying about being on camera on television any of that until you feel like you have an incredibly sound face of knowledge that people asked you questions on the fly. You're going to be able to to handle that without any sort of an issue. Then you can learn all the rest of it. I think learning how to be on radio learning how to be on television. Learning how to speak can all come but if you try to rush. I suppose putting yourself out there on a broadcasting platform. I think sometimes you can put yourself in a position that you're not ready for yet. And i seem that be detrimental to peoples career so i would just say to really focus on your knowledge base and find a real nishi area that that nobody does and make that yours. I think that was. I wouldn't have ever been on tv. Had i not just found this that it felt like well maybe not nobody but very few people are doing this and so i can build myself here versus trying to find you know versus trying to find an area where to do it. Who are all established veterans in the game. It's going to be very difficult then to break in kansas hair headed to either hope falls which is a gorgeous part of the country Just you know just not. Far from the the grand tetons and yellowstone and and so forth. I mean that. That's a majestic area and A new adventure. Which you can tell your. You're excited for a candidates It's good that you'll still. You'll still keep a toehold In in racing. If you're not you know if you're not following we can't you should have been all this time and i'm sure you've already been told the endlessly how much people are going to miss seeing you on a regular basis on tv. Gee i have it's been. It's been overwhelming. To be honest. I think especially for me because just nature of the beast of covering international racing. I'm on on crazy hours. Been kind of overwhelming. How many people have said that. They enjoyed watching. I've so he's sitting there reading all these comments thinking my role of you up with me at three o'clock in the morning but it goes to show how dedicated four players are for one and and how how crazy some of us are. I suppose that you know if you find a bed and it's one you really like and it's at hong kong and it's at four. Am you better believe. Don't sports players. Look it up and wager on and i've always loved on them and had a ton of respect for them because of that dedication applies to you too and it was obvious from even before you got on television and that will serve you well certainly covering the mainstream news to say at the nita or you know wherever the when some occasions arise absolutely can't keep me away for that long. I love it candice hair. Everybody and kansas With an eye and candice hair. Underscore if you aren't following on twitter and follower for the racing and this this new adventure television and you'll be able to find her on km vita polka tallow and And idaho falls best the luck candice and we'll see you down the road not at all and hair it's a great story and it it certainly encouraging for anybody that has aspirations to get into our game and and to get into you know media side of things and you know whether they get into mainstream media or our side sports and racing. It's out there and if you have an interest it'll it'll it can happen for you. There's no doubt rear camera. We had an interest. Look at him now He he travels the country. And he's he's the he's the at large raising his executive Happy new year ever and everyone else out there yes Seriously that's what happened to me. I was traveling the country Right out of high school visiting racetrack and low and behold I'm still traveling visiting racetrax much more involved so you can do it from the outside. That's for sure well and you got when you got into town. You got into hot springs wet wednesday afternoon and wednesday afternoon left funny story you know. We ended up leaving Monday morning and the plan was obviously you know it's just me driving. I leave monday morning. And get her tuesday night because i just go whippet. Janet came with it. And that's good so we take it a little slower so we get all packed up quarter to six. I go out and move the the suv and i switched fought so we can put another car making it. Looks like it was You know other people home with my daughter boyfriend there now and We get ready to go. I get in the car again battery dead and i'm thinking to myself. You gotta be kidding me. And the things packed and loaded. And i'm thinking click click click and always took a deep breath. You know call triple a. And they sent a record over. I said i don't need to record. Dude i need a battery and so anyway four hours later Ended up getting going so we got a little bit of a late start and And even my daughter goes dad. Your hand in this very well. And i said well you know. What are you gonna do but usually try and take into into new mexico on the first leg just to just to get going but Because of that we only made it flagstaff but slowed everything down but it was fine and cruised in here wednesday afternoon and actually It's the good thing we did because twenty four hours later it was snowing up in In northwestern arkansas. You know to the roads. You come from Fort smith down pass Stakes for that day. And then of course the arkansas derby day on the tenth which is a big day which has We'll have to count fleet on that day in a row for whitmore to run back to of course and then the apple blossom and the and the And the oakland handicap on the seventeenth of april and so the rebel. The arkansas derby and and oaklawn handicap than the apple blossom are million dollar races and so It looks great. I i the betty menus pretty much the same i. I heard a little little little. Whisper trying to get an early Early pick five in the works We should be great You know the popularity of that that that bet continues but yet pick five. It's funny we're talking about that. I don't know if it was on your show. I heard it somewhere else about the origin of the pick. Five and i think i think we mentioned it years ago. That i chile Sure would schilling worth deserves the credit for coming up with that. Pick five because we were I gotta think in two thousand three four somewhere like that. Were sitting around the table. Talking about the start of the meat and chile Just just a great guy at a great executive like the bet in and make the crack a joke and everything too but He was famous for you. Know Hey chilly. How'd you pick for. Oh i had three. I take Had four but the pick six. He was his line was always now. I had five. Let's i always get five out of six five. That goes kelly. We can't try. We gotta pick six. We don't need to do pick five. It took back into into one of those years I don't two three four in you know in the In the tree meet the you'll see the charts. We had a pick five th at the end of the day and it didn't last but lo and behold turned out to be the most You know the. I think it's the most popular bet that moved up so Anyway he gets credit for that and it was just Just because of that you know. Hey you know what. I can't hit six. That i can hit five. Let's do a pick five but anyway nothing big repented. He just chocolate. Would you hear it. And then literally. That's out with down. 'cause you know i almost added. I almost had it ever bet it was the almost added it and So i was pretty funny. Just ask people talk about where it came from and love it. And i remember back when when you when you told that story whether you're right at the beginning with probably with chile in the room i'll have to really no doubt about it and it was great. You know i of course driving out here you know getting up early and and listening to your show and mostly in the entirety. Wanted to go back to the jonathan sheppard Deal when you're talking. Had him on that grant i actually. I didn't realize graham worked for jonathan To tell you the truth because it was it was. I was at monmouth park in the nineties. When this new trainer start colin and making history grande motion and just figured it was some. You know it. A new guy over from england or whatever but Probably talked to him on the phone a few times. 'cause jonathan i remember how from california you know getting thrown into the mamas park raising racing offices and actually started there in eighty nine and it was like a war room. If you had a phone book a phone an ashtray and he did call people and you're as good as your phone list was and You know you get assigned and you have to call people and First time jonathan sheppard and looking up stuff. And i'm talking about it And i didn't know. Johnson shepherd i didn't know the name and and every some great jump trainer and this and that and i'm thinking to myself you want me to call them jump trainer to get in here. Oh yeah you gotta worry about it. And i'll tell you what one of the nicest people he would ever talk to if you could find him and so you had back in the day. Of course you didn't have cell phones. Then you had like oh. He might be at this barn. He might be might be type of thing and you know half the half the deal if even if you got the guys that was half the battle you got a good no it was at least at least i got him and i'll tell you what you know talking to him and you know he was always a pleasure to deal with Tell you the truth. I guess there's some some source we could get a little honoring but I never had that problem with him and he would help out if he could do it. He's throwing on the band and get guess what he would show up to the. Just put the horse horseferry. Show up a mama through the metal and and and run his forces but a great guy and practice at approx graham on the phone You know way back then. And he's starting to stake racist actually right about the time was christopher. Beaumont came on the scene to tell you the truth. And that was the steak guy then there and It we all be between us. Put them in a lot of good spots and and then off won a bunch of races and and granted till and You know at both of those guys were friends to this day. It's still talk on the phone but It was it was odd and then he put the picture up. And i you know probably Many times in the mamas park Paddock bring money brought horses up. But anyway that's pretty good and then the cover story of course was great and You know watching her. Run it just brings you chills about her and listen to the races with trevor calling. It was was great and One of the that that was got good reviews what we renamed race at santa anita would call the golden cover and i was thinking probably not too many races in american named after four horses brighter to do that so anyway. Some of the stuff that they gets you out on the road. Like you said. Steve vic schoen if you grateful dead concert day not to mention the right past the cadillac ranch either. Oh my wife you know when we go when we go west done it so many times when we get to the point. So y- ginos you get the choice. We either go. We take the right turn and we go through. Dallas which means an automatic stop at dealey plaza. No matter what or we go left and we go as an automatic stop the cadillac ranch. So just i just have to do it. So we went. We went to northern route because the weather was okay but It's just something about that place. It's just it's just a guy you know. You gotta stop right off. The road does take ten minutes due to a loop and back in the car but Anyway it's a addio love. Driving love getting on the road. I know road road wire and especially when you're heading the race track is Make that much better. But then you had rick rick rick mocked on and i did what a what a great story. Good guy character You know made you think You know they used to be a lot more quote characters in racing and and my time on the east coast Led me a lot more characters than it didn't california just just because i think 'cause california there's not so much movement and so you don't have as many stores because you're not coming and going a lot of racetracks and and Boy it's i listened to him and some of the people that he was telling stories about I i. I just had to laugh. And then what what a good guy and apollo on following him on twitter and You as a first time guest. I thought he was great. I felt bad that you know that. Have to be the first time in the first reason to get rick on. Because he's been know he's done and as we said that a little of everything he's got one of those classic race tracker resumes including turf publicists and the the race caller. There's nothing that markland hasn't done except in in an afternoon anyway right. Exactly exact unfolded the music. Exactly right exactly right now thinking that before we go on i i gotta i gotta turn the listeners onto another station. I found That i never listened to before there's nothing less like listening to rural radio going across the country to as just an option but one. Oh six volume. It's called volume one. Oh six is actually a rock and roll talk show and Never found that place that before and it was very interesting Listening to that. So if you're on a long drive just another station listed one oh six volume my highly recommend it to the the rock and rollers out there very cool and beyond the serious side. Yeah yeah. I think that tried to eat one cars. Xm when cars Not but i think it might be one. Oh six or both but the the name of the the name of the show is volume. It kept right up on the day. I kept trying to turn the volume of and i'm gonna wait a minute. That's the name of the show for you. Know different guests on her gender joan baez talking about some stuff the other day they were talking about kiss and and easy. Dc if it was like wow this is great so anyway just as you're going on a long ranger or whatever they check it out and Something else to listen to on a long drive but glad that we're here As you have you saw the the tweet out this morning a little wet But the long range forecast actually is knock on wood Look good for the next two weeks and you know i learned last year. What best anyway. Good it's good to be here getting here with nancy and and jam the old In their office and We're ready to all service hammer. Great you got their safe get settled in and we will start to get excited about oaklawn. Twenty twenty one next week yet next week will. Actually i've answered for opening day so They'll be doing it for opening day so Anyway talk good and and like we talked about Wish everyone safe and sane and left to have a better twenty twenty one which we have to exactly read camberley everybody away. Go and away. He went to hot springs for another winter. And hopefully smoother season will stay here. It's a little past the bottom of the hour. We got about twenty five minutes. And mike welch's joining us and we'll talk to rick rejang before we wrap up on what's been a breakneck paced weekend preview at the races. Bike welsh happy new year. Happy new year mike quick snapshot Give us You know the holiday season down there and things are starting to roll. Yeah we're really starting to get into the meat of the meat and no pun intended there We had a whole slew graded stakes last weekend. We've got the pegasus racist coming up and you know three year old seasons in in gear ready with watch man and plenty more to come holy both out of youth florida derby and hopefully by the end by the end of this think. We'll get some fans into place to but no decision stars. I know it's been made there yet. Couple of notes that i really have only glancing -ly Included this week and and one horse. I've got gotta bring up with you. That is seemingly not getting the recognition. He deserves Around christmastime the mr prospector winner. The grade three sleepy is todd. Who had a wonderful season and silva keeps him in in top shape. Yeah now you know. He's he's got everywhere and he's one at all sorts of distances. He certainly wasn't precedent. Here to mr prospector. Out kicking forensic fire to the wire like he did Waiting for them to work back for the For the pegasus but we know a mile and an eighth or at least we know we could do it around three out of so. He's an intriguing horses. They're you know the days go by and the perspective feel kinda get softer and softer. Unfortunately that is. We've lost his the law. We've lost much gustavo and You know it doesn't look like Bob app it's going to be sending anybody here so You know he's certain suddenly going to become a horse that we kinda got a racket with and i'm sure he'll be under the reign radar again in there. I mean i'm sure you'll get six or eight to one in there with the code of honor and tax and knicks. Go in the lineup. So you know if he did it again. It certainly wouldn't shock me. He's he's and the one thing about it too. I i if i remember right. He said eight different riders on them. And they'll last eight starts so It'll be interesting to see Who lined up on this time. I'm trying to grab my pp's for the race I'm trying to remember that. Would tyler on him last time in the in the in the mr prospector. I've got it here. hold on. i'll tell you right away. I've got all the stakes from From the holiday season and It it obviously is near the bottom. Yeah gaff leon was with them last. Tyler's supposed to write code of honor. So that means he's going to have nine riders. It's i started as something like that. It's incredible different time he runs. He gets a different writer. So now i. I haven't checked now that Tis the laws out. I don't know of johnny back in the code of honor. Mix there as far as getting that. We'll go back. we'll go back to sleep dot. i'm not sure. I haven't done any investigative work in there but i waiting anxious. Hopefully maybe tomorrow we're going to see. Sleepy is tied to come out here and work. So we'll see his work. Before the mr prospect there was nothing that would Have review up the bed. It was more of a maintenance. Get a feel for the racetrack out of work. So we'll see if he does something more serious prepping for the pegasus. So It's interesting that you brought up and wanted to get more interesting as we get further down the road. Well and mike since you mentioned this and about pegasus and we're really that far off two weeks but You mentioned the baffert situation with muccio gustavo and Be charlotte is not coming either. So that seems pretty certain. So you know you've lost potentially your three favorites there with those two and to the law now out well and you also have got If you look down into the reserve invitees another twist of fate who seemingly is gonna come one way or the other turf or dirt. Wizard would also be beneficiary with king guillermo waiting in the wings to be next. Is that the little up in the year. I mean something you know that. They're not admitting to. I kind of slowed down a little bit coming out of the cigar mile because he didn't work for four weeks he's a little bit behind the eight ball. There and math was that he he's going to have to prove he can recapture that form from a whole long time. A long way back last several races not didn't that good. I mean you will have a home court advantage here but He he is going to get in now for sure. That seems that. I'm gonna get may. And maybe gary mostly get to if they want to run them but they haven't Put the hammer down on that yet. They wanna work them a couple more times. I'm sure he'll work tamar. Well we'll keep an eye on that probably get more added next week and in addition to those Topics those horses This past weekend you mentioned The three year old steak program and there were some. There were some very nice performances. The most interesting being back. I really you know. It's been mentioned a couple of times this week. But going back to the dirt and the mutual macho man. What was todd's feeling coming out of there is is he is he gonna go down the the fountain of youth trail from here. Yeah he pretty much intimated that i mean. They haven't made a final decision there. But i would be shocked coming off that effort that they don't you know. Continue the made you know the the pursuit of the derby trail until at some point. He proved that he's just not that caliber on dirt. We've got a long season. They go back to the grass if you if you need to so. I'm certain he didn't you know commit to to his next start but i'm certainly not one of the preps here. The he might over tampa is todd is used that route Many times in the past of the derby with the three year olds to some other players. that kind lima look nice. Winning the ginger brew and drain the clock. The mcclain's music in the lime house. you had that win from within a nice maiden win as well you know. It's been a steady steady parade of of some nice winters You know even though we're not into the you know the heavy heavy lifting yet. Yeah it's kind of a typical early portion to the season late. Two year old early three-year-old around spots where you start finding new shooters that You know weren't under radar. Maybe even a month ago especially from top spot. We see. todd you know. Bring out these The these unraced three roles that come around new year's and win and go on to be major players during the day the bigger races so he certainly is brought out a few already here. Now that we start first week of december three or four That have looked good. He's got several more On deck this weekend and depth. Talking to chad brown yesterday to he said he's got some newly turned tree. He's he's a little bit excited about. He's got a few of those on display here saturday as well. So it's an interesting saturday card beside the tropical turf than the mandatory rainbow six payout. You've got three main especially racist. Three year olds that are worth the price of admission uh and there is no price with mission but if it was worth it anyway let's touch touch on a couple of things tomorrow And you know the tropical turf at report earlier this morning analyze. It is coming out for for chad. Yes yeah chat kinda hinted it to yesterday but confirmed that this morning and Certainly changes the complexion of the race. He was gonna be you know. Probably somewhere around the six to five seven to five range But he has another quarter crack issue so He's out makes more of a wide open race but there's plenty of Plenty of ways to go. Admission office cassock creamed ride a comet frost more incoming off the another big effort on the comeback trail Tusk is depending japanese fifteen two one in the morning line and probably rightly so everybody's morning line their final prices. It'll be a little low. And now that analyzes output. You'll probably still get around ten to one task. And he's probably the controlling speed so i wanna picking right common. In the year off those two synthetic wins Do would woodbine off the two year. Layoff now back to. What is his favorite service working. Well that's my topic. He was five to one on the line. Before but Probably lucky to get five to analyze. It has gone. A couple of thoughts. Certainly want people to utilize the clock report. Mike but maybe touch on some of these maidens that Who should we be on the lookout for bad. There's three main races so The first one you've gotta tie chat first time to todd's You know the work i. We don't have any works on on chad. 'cause they're up tasted park. They paid seven hundred for him. So obviously you gotta be a major player in a year of some sort Task got atlantic road sainthood. The work seem okay. Nothing special and i got a couple of horses that have started already. Dr duke and grand run a locally based training well so That's an interesting race. We'll see if any of those first time is Ah to the task. It's only six furlong right so you know a little better chance there. And then the second division the fifth race is also at six furlongs and Biz nine in the year. Todd as i there chad as a first or that looks pretty good. Buckley tag has one for sacco. That's working real well You could see that forty six four work on his form. You don't need a clock a report. See that bullet work last time. Out there Exclusively a first time started nine of and the rainbow six players might wanna thank Mike lake offer not putting this race in the rainbow sequence. And so it's all i i've is. That would kind of not be fair so He left that one out but the first rainbow six races the seventh race. It is a second rape six race. It's amazing special way going a mile but there's a lot more form in here Two of them. I believe have not started before one of them is from todd. And you know. Even though it's a mile we know todd can have one ready to go a mile Might have similar bitched. It's run several times coming up big race at chad has Seminal 'scuse me. Chad has sound money. who's Has one good race one not so good race on his form as well and that yeah that mile raises a lot of fun. Sound money for chad coming. I think was a six six and a half so stretching out to the mile. this is It's actually a sibling of that cousin. Andrew who hasn't won but his run very well a and You mentioned some of which This is a sign Streets on son of ravina who was a a multiple stake winner This is This is a nice group. That american dollar actually from victor barboza second started. The debut was okay social butterfly. I remember her. She was She was a stay course This is the first. Yeah yeah. I mean it's a full field and you know the sequence won't be easy you got twelve by twelve Tropical turf is probably a bit of respect with us and now only eight there but Yeah and they'll you faced with Fulfilled in the last race as well so You know you gotta kinda on something somewhere along the way. Maybe some folks will do that in that in that first maiden race put Do so at your own risk. You know these guys can Can really come up with some czar resolve. If you've been watching and following the action hero ready speeder or even here over. The last few win is full fields. And he's kind of races A lot of times it's just about anything can happen. Usually does especially in these rainbows sixes. We've had some huge payoffs. He's mandatory days with one or two horses jumping in there. That just don't seem the figure and unfortunately gives the bigger players with the batter. Bankrolls edge over the us four guys that you know are robbing peter to pay paul to get a ticket and one of these things. Well a Nice weekend of racing with these maiden races with the steak with the Force out and The best time to play and an next weekend. I think we got some some of the little. The the residuals that are left from sunshine millions right to modest not like it used to be. We used to look forward to those sunshine. Millions back in the day when i started their rivalry with california. The horses coming in from out of town the big fields and now it's down to just four races the pots or smaller The classic is is. I think only ten horses were nominated for it so It's not not what it used to be the the sunshine. Millions was a great addition here when it first started. That's for sure was so much fun. Yeah yeah we're gonna talk to funny. Mike appreciate it. Let's make it a great year. Hope to see you soon and We'll We'll be checking in probably just a a brief visit Ahead of you know. Get a report on. How things are shaping up for that Big pegasus day which include the main track the turf. The mcknight and the marsha was river the privy aunt the hooper and the inside information so the first really big saturday stakes action Pegasus day on the twenty third looking forward to seventy seven greatest aches there that day so besides pegasus racist that you know the rest of the car should be a good one two and hopefully there'll be a couple of those specials for three roles maybe stretch it out a little bit longer Get a better idea where we stand down the road that that'd be a little close to the holy bull but for the fountain of youth and into the florida derby. Something might show up there that day as well saying exactly so watch i appreciate it. The clock report everybody d. r. f. dot com slash blocker. You can buy for the weekend still buy for the seasons. They'll tons of racing obviously and help fill in the blanks Particularly on some of those You know some of those babies that Might be a mystery and might be the right price to pay for the whole thing Mike thanks so much there tomorrow. I'm just finishing up now. Descended into to get posted so Tomorrow with the rainbow six. There's only one of the main races in there but there's Stand up some interesting up in the rainbow six sequence as well and in amongst the clock report. Excellent d. r. F welsh everybody and the action from gulfstream. Park will stay right here. We got Little less than ten minutes to close out. What's been a busy weekend preview presented by twin spires and wasn't going to let the first week of the broadcast year slip past without a rich ehang visit and a happy new year sir rich even though typically we get to wish him a happy new year in person. Happy chinese new year during the trip to vegas in february. There's not gonna be a february vegas trip. It's going to wait till august but happy new year anyway. Wretch happy new year. Steve the un theme and all the listeners. Out there and the yeah. It's never too early to say Going be happy new year in chinese. We'll get we'll do it. We'll do it in february two. What what what year is it What I should know this. I have to look it up. Actually i think you know. Tina tina tina may of said something year of the Maybe the year of the rooster is that. Does that sound right very possible. I just remember that. I'm i'm euro. Which which is perfect. That's so. I don't think that's hysterical. I'd love it. I'm just going to look it up. Let's see this This year's this shall we say what does it say. How do you tell what chinese year is it. Okay twenty This this has been the year the rat and that's for sure and What what comes that. What comes after the rat ox. Looks like it. Looks like it's the year of the ox. Okay Michael jordan year. Well i'll of the chinese in china where one jordan was at its height The favorite team of the chinese was the chicago bulls and they call them the right oxen basically what determines chicago. So that's why they put the oxygen there. I i love. Ed know by all rights. Never occurred to me but My name in. it's a polish. It's a polish name or a polish word and in one derivation a beck means bull or ox and the family. Name is the same as oh. Chs which is ox in polish. And so i've got a little bit to the year of the ox knock knock on wood Steve and i got very funny. I'll i have to look up. Nineteen fifty-nine to see what what year that was rich. Quick santa anita thoughts for the weekend. Of course you know people at You know you're going to visit race. Las vegas dot com For riches analysis for southern california but You know how have you been hitting them since opening day real good. Actually you know on on on thursday. Yesterday actually didn't aquidneck she'd for my subscribers in had a real good i quit. I know the early pick five Pay seven hundred nineteen dollars a headed in my sheet. So that was. It was a nice play but Yeah pretty good so far and you know the same. Nita racing and knock on wood has been real strong. Good size fields and You know people love betting on obviously good vice fields competitive racing so hopefully this portends a strong season for them and arcadian absolutely and terms of a of a player to or or or to today. Tomorrow oh absolutely. Let me give to place today. I i haven't handicapped. Tomorrow's car gets off the big off that but I'll give two horses at santa anita and race number one. The horse that i like is the number two or blue star five to one in the morning line but joel. Rosario is a huge writer. Switchovers areas writing. So well he rise while everyday steve. But this a huge writer upgrade first. Time lasix blinkers on for doug. O'neill i think this horse is going to really finish Under rosario and let's go to the record race which is another mile range but this was on the main track not the turf like the. I like the number three horse. Meraz mike mccarthy with the risk rowley ambrose Road to michael mccarthy horses the uncoupled lynch but he chose this one to ride another five to one shot in the morning line and this is even though he got beat by sixteen lines. She got beat by sixteen lines. Were two pretty good-looking prospects. That were in front of so if the schwartz improves assured to be tough five on three and raise for my second choice. Nice well you know. Blue horseshoe loves bluestar For for those for those of you that are wall. Street fans The the the card tomorrow. We should just touch on the lock. Yata and The las vegas just from field standpoint Scratch the three acting out from the las vegas but the field the seven for the lockin yada and the two major players certainly hard not to love the one eyed wonder john sheriffs and fighting mad Trying to right the ship For baffert facets also going to send message in here and michael mccarthy with respo- lee has got Sadness as well proud emma too. We should mention on the rail with the want hernandez for peter miller. That's a nice group going in the in the locker tomorrow. Yeah very much so i. Unfortunately i haven't looked at the races. Yes i just wanted to make a comment about the jockey's a you mentioned some of the names of the riders. This is a strong writing colony and You know i. I talked about your zero being an upgrade in that first race while he he really adds a lot and some of the kids who came down from northern california able to deal on jayjay hernandez a really added a lot of death so You know in almost any jockey you get now in the top ten you get a strong of of work or get strong riding no doubt and it's also you know when you think i don't want to call. I don't want to call anybody. You know second second tier But you know there's there's guys that are fighting for for good mounts Iago pereira. For instance and mario guitarist able to do giovanni franco. You know there. There's this is haven't even mentioned drayton. Van dyke in the mix tyler baze back in town With the jack arava handling his book Pratt obviously we come up already but this is this a serious then. There's a couple of pounds bugs that are looking for action as well so It's a yeah the racing's been very good and of course presiding over at all the magic of frank mir body outstanding work. He's one of the best absolute now rich. Hang everybody rich. Saying the number four pro peck on twitter and a rich appreciated visit race day. Las vegas dot com for Access to riches write ups. And when he's not looking southern california he's given you bonus coverage of things like say Things like Ecuador rich good luck this weekend. We'll talk next week. Thanks it'd be good luck. The room rich folks. And in that. Las vegas you do have the russian mention for our friends steve kerr. Linden steve's headed steve. Carlin is headed out to aqueduct. We're you know we're running in the eighth today kid chocolate you know. He's got to run some dirt races here in the spring. So i you know not not gonna be easy but andrew comes back for team valor in this las vegas jolie olympic for mandela in to lighthouse for a callahan and elon j Nice nice steaks actor tomorrow at santa anita. This was really fast three hours rich. Egg and mike welsh talk of course with the hammer and kansas hair. Ed rosa tonight turf way. Carry over opening night at sam. Houston thanks to matt. Hegarty as well and nick tamra. I'm gonna try to put together a turf way Sequence all right. I'll work on that this afternoon before. Tina gets out and then of course. It's time until monday. Thanks the casey opening week week. One in the books. Good luck this weekend. Everybody talk to you monday. Apple rises with stephen big on sirius. Xm radio there's a great story to tell and pennsylvania. Only three states have produced more breeders cup champion skin. No state can match our performance in recent years since two thousand sixteen. 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Kurt Becker's Stroll Through Racing History -  Patti Cooksey

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Kurt Becker's Stroll Through Racing History - Patti Cooksey

"Hello i'm perked becker. Thanks for joining me as i take. Another stroll through racing history presented by lanes in and keeneland on a hot and humid afternoon recently in the rural community of low center. Here the ohio river in western kentucky. We caught up with former jockey. Patricia cooksey retired from the saddle since june of two thousand and four patty ortega as she is sometimes known now works for the kentucky horse racing commission as a presiding judge for harness racing the kentucky fair circuit on this particular occasion. She was keeping watch over a sixteen race program perched under an umbrella along the top roba set of aluminum. Bleachers overlooking a half mile racetrack. She is traded her boots and riding crop for a pair of flip flops and a set of noculars as she goes about the business of conducting inquiries investigating claims a foul and enforcing license requirements for the kentucky. Standard bread community. She notes with pride that her father trained harness horses when she was growing up in youngstown. Ohio still petty cooksey smiles when harness racing fans. Ask her about her lustrous writing career. More than two thousand wins four riding titles. At turf way park winning female jockey everett churchill downs first woman to ride in the preakness second woman to ride in the kentucky. Derby on the list goes and patty graciously accommodated our request when we asked her to be our tour guide for this edition of our stroll for racing history. We began by asking patty about so vague. A cold whom she wrote the kentucky derby back in hundred eighty four while she is grateful to be able to say she wrote in the derby. She also remembers the thrill of going to california to ride so vague as juvenile in the nineteen eighty-three hollywood preview. It was a race which saw her become the first female jockey ever to win a one hundred thousand dollars stakes in california as so vague paid thirty five dollars as part of the mutual field goal. What are you flying. Clear out there for to ride that horse. He's got no shot and my motto always was. You can't let it if you're not in it. Hey it was an opportunity. They paid my way out. It's a steak. There's really shoemaker crispy care and georgiev alaska's i mean you at the top routers in a nation. Fourteen horsfield going seven. Furlongs and i can remember the race again like it was yesterday. You know and My horse started picking it up. And and i kind of looked up the stretching and they start spreading out. Now these are a bunch of two year olds but they're they're all running at the same time. And i remember i had to just make a right hand turn because i was rolling and it was great getting back to back to the junction. Because they were all like all the big big jock from kentucky comes and takes all the money type thing it was. It was just so fun. Those guys were so supportive and everything and so that was that was pretty memorable another race. Cooksey vividly remembers one which took place sixteen years later in the fall of nineteen ninety nine at keeneland race course in lexington kentucky. That was the day she grow. Gimme a kissy in the valley view stakes and pulled a thirty four to one upset. She remembers it well like yesterday. That was my only stakes when it keeneland. It was awful tough ride in behind pat day in those guys but i'd written the philly before and and she ran a good race but she kind of died on she kinda run off a little bit the first part of the race so they they decide to put her in the stakes race in him if i could change my strategy a little bit and they said you just rider so So i took her back. She had law speed. I took her back behind two other horses and strangling her trying to hold her off the pace. Just just not want her to run that first part and You know top of the stretch. She just i just kind of let her start going out a little bit and she started picking him up past him. But i'll tell you. I was glad nobody was coming at the sixteenth at the wire because she was walking. But hey we got the win. I'll take it cooksey also recalls another race from her days of writing at keeneland but it wasn't the stakes and she didn't win. Instead it was a maiden special weight held the fall meet in the year. Two thousand the cult. She road that day finished off the board but she never forgot him. The colts name was monarch goes. I was getting on him for john. Ward gal in the mornings breezing em and he was just a lazy colt laziest can be. And we just couldn't get him to. We couldn't get it to click in his mind. That you're a racehorse you have to run faster. So mister dole may said i'm just gonna put them in a race he said we're just gonna break sharp. Put him in in between horses. Let him get some dirt. You know we're we're going to teach him something because it just hasn't clicked for so So i got to ride. Marcos is i start and of course he went on to win the kentucky derby a battle with cancer would sideline cooksey from september of two thousand one until june of two thousand and two. She returned to the races but ten months later in april of two thousand three she broke both legs in a racing accident at keeneland again she came back returning in march of two thousand four but three months later she decided it was time to walk away. The date was june twenty four two thousand four and despite the fact seventeen years of past cooks the admits that she misses being the saddle. I miss riding every day. And i feel like i may have Retired prematurely gone down in that spill keeneland and broke both my legs and You know you're later made come back and you know it was going to be tough. But i was determined that that wasn't going to be my last race lying in the middle of racetrack with both legs. Broken so You know i was riding a few. But i was having a lot of pain with the rod in my leg. It was really a lot of pain. And i didn't realize at the time that the rod taken out. I just didn't feel like i was given could give the horsemen everything because of the pain so So going ahead and retired today cooks finds herself enjoying the chance to be involved with horses through a different role. She is now in her second season as chief steward for the standard red races on the kentucky fair circuit and she credits. The kentucky horse racing executive director mark guilfoil for playing a key role in giving her the opportunity our thanks to patty cooksey for being our special guests on this week's edition of the scroll. Please join me again. Next week as i take. Another stroll through racing history presented by lanes in and keeneland for hr. I'm kurt becker.

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Brisnet Call In Show - October 14th 2021

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Brisnet Call In Show - October 14th 2021

"On the horse racing radio network. The phone lines are open. Call now 88 9 6 6 HR N that's 88 9 6 6 four 7 7 6. Now here's endor rosa. Good evening. Horse racing nation. Seems to be some feedback. I apologize for that. Looking forward to this solo mission with the all first time. I think second time hosting alone maybe third time hosting overall, but definitely planning on having some fun, just tweeted out some topics that I'm looking forward to discussing. There's four of them. So for each of the 15 minute blocks, if I have to be the one to do all the talking, at least I'll have something to talk about. But of course, we want to hear from you and hopefully Lee is listening because I didn't write the number down. You can tell that to me. I can say it over and over again. But we want you to call in. I want you to talk to me there it is. 8 8 8 9 6 6 four 7 7 6. The number to chat with me and have some fun. So let's get to it. Breeders cup, three weeks away, Brissette is paying the bill. So I do want to say. That we do have the contender PPs out right now. I know that's something that people really look forward to getting and how do you use them this early? And I see online occasionally some chord along about, oh, who's handicapped in the brisk? Who's handicapping the breeders cup this early? It's too early, just things of that nature. And my answer to that is, you know, you're not necessarily looking for the winner of each race. Who's going to win this race or that race? In my mind, I want to get a sense for which races are going to be the most competitive. Where do I want to put my time into finding a winner or finding a long shot finding a race where maybe I'm against the horse, everyone else thinks a win is going to win. And with the contender PPs, that allows bris prime power to come into play. And you get a very quick sense of how competitive a race is going to be based on the prime power and how tightly bunched that group is or not. So for instance, Jackie's warrior certainly one that figures to stand out in the sprint, but you might look at a race like the, especially in the Philip sprint, but you might look at a race like the classic and say, wow, this is a lot closer than just Nick's go. Maybe this is my opportunity to find a price. Is she a world leader? Well, yeah, she already has sort of done that. But is she a single at odon? Maybe not. Maybe prime power says, hey, this race is a little closer than the wagering public is going to give it credit for. And speaking of that, somewhat of a segue into the first topic I listed on social media morning lines, I'm very curious what type of wagering that Jackie's warrior and the true school take. And the reason I picked those two in particular game it'll probably be the shortest price on the whole breeders cup program. And we'll eliminate her from the discussion in terms of short prices because that one's obvious. But Jackie's warrior asked this question earlier this week who's going to be a shorter price? Jackie's warrior or latrobe. And about, I think it was three fifths, 60% ish of the respondents, answered latrobe, which I thought was interesting because after her race, the spinster, there was a lot of chatter of people saying, oh, I can't wait to bet against la truce. She's the one, you know, she's a favorite and I'm, you know, looking forward to beating next out. And did not see much of that if any about Jackie's warrior and in my mind, the way they run the race is the way they're both coming into this breeders cup, not much separates them in terms of the talent they've shown. Obviously, different divisions and different competition. But it was surprising to me the depth of the difference between people who do not seem to have any interest in betting against Jackie's warrior even at a short price. Are lining up to bet against the what I think will be a similar short price in her race, assuming she goes to the distaff. So the morning line I think will be interesting in terms of what they hang on. I don't think we've ever seen a one to ten in the breeders cup. One to 5, I believe we have two to 5 for sure. Any honest morning line, especially with the short field, I think has to make her no less than or no more than one to two. And I think two to 5 is probably more fair. Which is an issue I have overall with morning lines. They typically do not make courses odds on that very clearly will be or they might do four to 5 when the horse is going to be one to 5. And I've talked to friends and colleagues about that. Some of which have actually made warning signs at major racetracks. And there's nuance to it and some politicking because four to 5 still tells the story and gives you uses up enough points where you're you're able to show some respect, so to speak to horses that are competing in stakes, races, especially. I get it, but look, if a horse is just so painfully, obviously going to be one to 5 or two to 5. It's such a disservice in my mind to do even even money in that situation. And sometimes you've even seen, you know, like, 9 to 5, and they're going to be ads on. It's silly. So that is one instance where that sort of answer my own question about fairer file that I would say is part of the morning line or I said criticism. I think that's a fair criticism. The reason this was on the forefront of my mind and please, anyone feel free to weigh in here 8 8 8 9 6 6 8 8 9 6 6 four 7 7 6 is Andy serling of the New York racing association is come down pretty hard on Mike Patagonia's lines at king Linda this meet and Andy has been correct. The two in particular he has pointed out. He has been spot on. And I have had similar criticisms in the past of golf's doing park line, parks his line, and I'm sure those criticisms probably read the same way that I do when I read it today like, oh, is this personal? And of course it's not. It's this is a bad line, and this is a regulated gambling game, and this is a very central that's probably too strong a word. It's not essential, but this is a known part of the racing puzzle. The morning line is just it's part of it. It's a regulated game and a lot of times the lines are not up to snuff, given the issues of integrity. And that we want to wager in game to be on the up and up. So I struggle with it. That's just kind of my take and reading when I see criticism of a certain I'm very familiar with versus me making similar comments about other circuits. So, you know, I try to keep that in mind because I do have sort of a vocal presence on social media, you know, just try to stick up for the horse player and I was just kind of interesting to read it about my home circuit for a change. And again, the criticism ended up panning out and being correct, but not really sure if it's fair or file. So that was the question for the listeners, but overall, you know, the morning line, what's the point at this point? And it's so interesting to me that things that racing just just does out of inertia, a lot of times. The Derby to use an extreme example needs a morning line. This is a race that has worldwide interest, people who will not watch another race all year, pay attention to another race. They want to know the principles and the morning line covers it ASAP. Anyone with any gambling knowledge can look at an odds board and immediately know who the contenders are and who are. So the morning liner in that purpose alone makes it worth it for races of that stature. As you go down the list, though, you know, thinking of a Tuesday at Mahoney valley on track. I certainly enjoy playing as a Buckeye. What is the morning line doing doing for anyone in the 5th than a Tuesday at Mahoney? Must be doing something. We still do it. It keeps someone employed or keep someone punch in the clock, a few extra hours. Don't want to take work away from anyone, but it just seems like it could just be allocated to a more meaningful task to gamblers. You know, if the morning line is supposed to give people a sense of how the race is going to get bet, is that a utility we need day to day track to track? Is it more meaningful if whoever does it puts their time into a fair? And just call it that. And it's, you know, it admittedly subjective or more subjective than the morning line should be objective. Obviously, there's opinion on how horse gets back. Barnes get bad jockeys posts, all that stuff. But to me, a morning line feels like it should have a more scientific approach to it. Whereas a fair odds line, you sign your name to it and you know, you can say, you can have some wins, a horseshoe city should be 5 to one if they win to ten to one. To me, that's far more impressive. And useful to betters, especially just people looking for action. That's far more useful than picking a horse who's 5 to two on the morning line goes off at 6 to 5. I mean, were you gonna did you play the horse at 6 to 5? That's not as useful to the wager in public. So, you know, putting on the if I ran a racetrack cap, one of the things I would look into is how do we facilitate a fair odds line? Is that? Would that help handle more than a morning line? I think it would. You know, put on some website tools where you can scratch horses out, and that's predictive form has that. You can plug in the live odds and it'll tell you based on its numbers, what's a fair price and the ranking of contenders, I see no reason why the track couldn't provide that surface. Service tracks do provide surfaces as well. So I don't know. It's good food for thought with the morning line. And certainly something incredibly amazed at myself not to break my arm padding myself on the back that I managed to talk about for ten minutes. But it's a contest player as well the morning lines are important. And they can be deceiving. And you know, you're salivating over an 8 to one. Turns out with 8 to one is 12 and a half percent farads turns out half the field uses and the horse being three to one. It's like you're upside down. You know, it's kind of the equivalent of going 6 deep and getting the chalk, you know, that's kind of the contest equivalent of. Well, maybe the right idea, but didn't play it right. And I think the morning line deceives in that arena as well. So it's kind of a fortunate byproduct of poor morning lines, but I would also say if they were super efficient and people knew that that could be exploitable as well by your opponents, but that to me feels more of an academic edge than not. And would be interesting. And plenty of people have done some studies on who has the best line to Tony Jo, great tournament and database player has done some homework on that. And found that naira David aragorn and company do extremely well. And that may be part of why it's personal to Andy as he works on the circuit that puts forth the best lines day in and day out, regardless of which track is running, aqueduct Belmont and Saratoga all top notch. And he knows that it's important to the product. And that's not to say that's not the case. Anywhere else, but, you know, New York backs it up, I guess you could say. And then, you know, I'm down the list that thistledown was actually in the bottom half of the group. And I would say that was more a function of not necessarily bad lines from an identifying favorite standpoint, but this will definitely one of those tracks where the favorite is going to be 5 to two, even if it's one to 5 loot entry. That's what happens there. So that kind of throws off that kind of throws off the judging when things like that happen. If you say a horse should be 5 to two and it's one to 5, it's a big difference. So that's my morning line screed. No one bit I guess we should take the note that that is not a topic people want to discuss. But when we come back, we'll have the blood horse news minute. We'll also get to the $3 all turf pick three that came when debuted this year. Great new wager there. I've had a lot of fun with it. Missed it today, looking forward to it being back tomorrow, looking forward to being back with you after these messages. This is the prisoner dot com call in show. The phone lines are open. 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Wrist net dot com has full meat daily selection plans for keenland, daily selections is brist nets flagship picked product, providing full card analysis and best bets for the nation's top tracks. Does it bring that dot com slash plans to get your keenly plans now? Bye now and save all October long. I'm listening to the hover racing radio network. This is a bris net dot com call in show. The phone lines are open. Call now. 8 8 8 9 6 6 HR RN. That's 88 9 6 6 four 7 7 6. We are back 90% for Jason radio network Colin show. We do have a call, but for those who are not on the line, 8 8 8 9 6 6 four 7 7 6, the number to call 8 8 8 9 6 6 HR, RN. I'm sure it's in his speed dial by now it's Charles from Mississippi. He made the call. He let me hang out there for 15 minutes before throwing me the life raft. But I'm glad he did Charles what's going on? Well, enjoyed that first segment on the lines. And I think you did a wonderful job passing that information on to you. And so I'm going to order my bris. Tonight for the breeders cup in the last week. I was. First off, I'd like to see how Patrick in Orlando that he was listening. He's on, too, for the whatever he wants to eat at Oakland park. And I will be there. All right, it's a weekend. Yeah. I will be there and Patrick your own and the bed is nicks go will not hit the board. And I will tell you right now if mistress does not run in the classic. I don't think he is yet. No, I mean, never say never, but it looks pretty doubtful. If he doesn't, if he does or on, he will be my top pick, if he doesn't run, essential quality maybe my top pick along with maxfield and the art collector. I'll just go on thing and say that those are my three horses in the trial for the classic. And I really love the way mod has got the collector coming up to this race to. But when I was looking at the breeders cup and I'm not going to have an opinion, I just got a big opinion about the classic, okay. I just think the Knicks go. I think the mile and a quarter without Lasix under pressures just too much for him. I mean, I just think he just runs a lot better with the Lasix and that's just my opinion. And so and I will put my money on it, but Patrick, I'm looking like Osama bin Laden, and George Clooney. And if it's cold, I'll be having a black sweater on. And whatever you want, you can get from me. Well, I might actually send you across the street because I've never had the food from there before. So maybe this is my chance to try it on your dime. So do rockies? Yeah, I've never been. They have a mean pizza buddy, or you can actually Italian food. It's pretty good too. You know, whatever you want. I'll even buy you a good bottle of wine and just take you over there to eat. All right. I mean, you know, you make the call. I'll take Patrick too. You know, like I said, I haven't been a little voices in 1967, okay. I have not been a little boy since 1967 here. And I will take a body new one, I'll take the big a over there. If he shows up or Mike pinna, whatever they want. But I just love the breeders cup. I love the action. I love it. You know, but I'm going to tell you that Jackie's warrior looks strong. Shotgun, ever says he's asking users cutting back. And if that that's going to be if that flight line is in there, it's going to be a heck of a race. Oh, yeah. Now, I think flight lines passing. Okay, well, Jackie's warrior will be tough in that right spot. And say, I'll have that self appointed van on bob beverage. So I came back to me and I can't put her in any of the things, but I think it's got she's going to be so odd. It's just going to destroy your big fours unless you have a couple of shots in there with her. So it is what it is. So, you know, like I said, why are you going solo today? Is everybody sick? Yeah, well, Anthony's not with the program anymore. And I think Bobby's traveling. Do you ever talk to him? Anthony? Yeah. Yeah, we've talked since. He's gone, but he's not forgotten, okay. Yeah. No, I have an attribute teet up when we when we close the show today. Yeah, I mean, he's one of a kind, you know, he's a reason this show has gone on like it has. You know, like I said, I really miss his voice. And it really enjoyed his handicap and I knew yours too. And I'm going to get my PPs and we're going to go from there and I'll be listening for the rest of the show. When you tell anybody that wants to come what we can or, you know, if you can't make it that weekend, I'll go over there. One can you can make it. And I'll tell you the rockies. All right. You know, even if I win the bet I might take you to rocky. It has strong buddy. Well, I know you take care of talking to you, but all right, Charles from Mississippi always a pleasure. To have on the call in show and the phone lines reopen with his departure at 8 9 6 6 four 7 7 6 8 8 8 9 6 6 is the number. Now it's time for some news, though the blood horse news update here on the call in show and had a couple of options to choose from and didn't hear the I feel like I'm getting slided here as the host Lee. I need the plan. Did I do that wrong? Give me the beat. There we go. All right, center malfunction leads to adjusted TCA time. That was a potential issue for me, build and New York jockey coupling rule, also on my agenda, but I decided to go with the KRC latest to take action on cargo ship travel Kentucky horse racing commission issued a warning today on Thursday to licensees regarding recent reports of inhumane dangerous. Sometimes lethal practices used in transporting horses, internationally via cargo ship from the United States overcrowding horses. Makeshift containers has reportedly led to numerous deaths and injuries of equine athletes. The cargo shipping practices are alarming abusive and will not be tolerated in Kentucky, the commission says, and they will take immediate licensure action against any licensee who knowingly or willfully direct or participate in activities that abuse neglect or harm forces. I'm sure that goes beyond the cargo ship issue, but certainly that is what is acute right now and kudos to the Kentucky horse racing commission for taking action. If you want to read more about that story, the others I reference, blood horse dot com is the place to go for all your horse racing knowledge needs updated throughout the day and there's also the blood horse now blood horse daily product on my friends there, including Frank Hanks, do great work. The blood horse news update sponsored by blood horse blood horse dot com, the place to go for that. Thank you to them for the great information. There we go. All right, I need to need to work better on working in that beat, but do love it so and maybe a beatboxer down the road could be the key to jazz up the news update. But jazzing up the program now, Steve from New Jersey on the line, Steve, how are you? Hey, Ed, I appreciate your work. I appreciate that. Every since Anthony left, you guys, you're going to answer the tough questions. Can I have a tough question? All right. So I want to ask you a tough question. Hit me. Add a competition testing in Florida. Tested ten bonds, 5 bonds with dirty to a Geneva Baxter, Rohan crichton and you better Peter walder, Joe burdo serpa. What do you think about these strains? Besides service in the viral, what about Brad Cox? If I held the gun to add 30 or clean clean and I've said as much to friends and colleagues, I'm not going to pretend to not know what you're talking about. And innuendo surrounding certain conditioners, one of the privileges I have my position not only for a snap, but working at the track during live racing is seeing the work that the horsemen and women do and I've had some questions, particularly about baffert following is positives, even before the Derby. He had come in at Oakland and there was an a dollar charlatan, but one of them had tested positive and there's certain style that his horses had that in my mind kind of raised some eyebrows. I just don't see that with someone like Brad, you know, whether it's the re breaking or the otherworldly performances, Brad's adept at turf as well. He's not just not just the main track, like some of these other trainers, like nephro and service didn't do much on turf either. So I think that kind of in my mind helps brads reputation. And, you know, I'll mention nix though because that's when you hear a lot of. I don't get that at all Steve. And I'm not saying you said it, but just thinking of the criticism that Brad has faced because the Knicks go. And he took a grade one winner and he's one grade one races with them and no offense to previous connections, but I mean, the numbers say Brad's one of the best in the game. So I just don't. To me, that's not the example to point to. I get it. I have a decent foil, but for me, Brad's in the clean camp. All right, well, speechless by that answer, maybe he hung up and hanged up and listened, thank you for the call, Steve, and yeah, I mean, the tough questions. I think this is what, you know, racing needs to face them and I think programs like this with people in the game who are at the track can help alleviate some of the concerns about the safety and integrity and I think it all kind of rolls into the news update topic with the cargo ships and the safety of horses. That needs to happen from cradle to grave in my mind. And keeping the game on the up and up with trainers and the care of the horses receive is certainly a big part of that. So don't mind the questions, not always going to be able to answer them, so directly, but certainly want to be available for them. So appreciate that, Steve. We are at the bottom of the hour, which means it's break time. We come back. Maybe we'll get to that $3 alter pick. We have a couple other topics as well, but would love to hear you 8 8 8 9 6 6 four 7 7 6 give us a call. We'll be right back. This is the dot com call in show. The phone lines are open. Call now. 88, 9 6 6, HR RN. That's 88, 9 6 6 four 7 7 6. Daily charges on the best fall racing can add up quickly, which is why Bristol dot com offers discounted prices on keeneland's fall meat. Want to handicap all October for one low price, then visit Britain that dot com slash plans to get full meat keelan past performances for only $20, you can have unlimited access to PPs at October's premiere racing meat. Are you looking to go beyond the PPs and get even more information and analysis? Wrist net dot com has full meat daily selection plans for keenland, daily selections is brisk nets flagship picked product providing full card analysis and best bets for the nation's top tracks. Visit bris net dot com slash plans to get your keenly plans now. Bye now and save all October long. Did you know half of all cats in the United States don't see a vet on a regular basis? Hi, I'm Kat Dennings and I love cats. Like really, really love them seriously. That's why I'm here to ask you to take your cat to the vet each and every year. I'm working with royal Canaan and orphan kitten club in their program, mighty cap. The first brand program in the world to protect and care for newborn kittens. For the take your cat to the vet initiative, which encourages cat owners across the country to schedule annual bed visits. 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Now someone who likes to avail himself to the games of chance in Vegas as well as horse racing is Vince from California, probably calling to tell me about something great is my maid. Maybe a breeder's cup future Betty has. Who knows what's been? It's always something what's going on. Always something Matty. Hey, thanks for taking my call. First of all, the new Coke zero red, I can't stop drinking it. I never thought I'd be up regular Coke, but they finally made something to take care of my weight a little when I dropped 20 pounds already. So it's a blessing, but I got a good story. I walk out a loss sell on Sunday like with 42 bucks. I'm like, how am I going to get to Friday to pay day? I ain't got enough money. And so I'm thinking, I'm thinking and my windshield broke on my old Volvo and I gave the guy $300 deposit just like months ago and I've been going by, you can't find this windshield so I said, do you know what I'm going to go back and get that 300 saw on a Tuesday? I got $300 in my pocket, right? Non race state. And yesterday, morning, I went up to Beverly Hills to have a meet someone for coffee and I get in the car for the last 5 minutes of Steve shostak show in Seth marijuan. And of course, Steve love California angel. So here I come. From Beverly Hills, you know where you got to stop Ed right at Hollywood park. It's halfway between where I got to get back to the port of Los Angeles stopped in there. And you said you were going to talk about the pick three, the $3, my first one I ever played, I hit it. I hit it on an $18 ticket that paid a 1028 thousand and then I also had to pick four and this was all not even planned, Eddie. I mean, I went from getting my $300 back from my windshield to making a nice 2500 in my pocket. And now I got the tomorrow I'm going to give my partners 1500 I'm going to give my 1500 for the breeders cup bedding, so I'll have that set aside. You don't want to have a nice bankroll for Saturday. I might work Sunday, but I want to have a nice bank well for Saturday. So I think that's my story. Nice interesting story. Yeah, right. I don't know Steve was Steve was on it. He just said 30 to one way too high. I made my bets early. I ended up taping it and watched it at home when I got home was so exciting. And what a ride man. I haven't been getting too many horses to come from behind. I wonder if most of the handicappers are feeling that way. You have a lot of guys decide to come late and they don't get there? Are they kind of weave in and out? I had a lot of heartbreak on clothes. So yesterday was the grand day because I don't know if you've seen the second race at keeneland. That's when I got to the early bird. That was the three horse and it beat the ten the favorite and he got a good ride from dead last, if he can help me out on the second race turf race the three one? No, yesterday. Early on the card. That's what I got there at early bridge. I put 30 across and that got me my money, then I just laid out all those pick fours to pick three and it was just a victory. Out of nowhere. And just all right, take care of yourself. Appreciate the call then you get a good beat or a non beat story versus a bad beat story. Thank you again. Vince for making the call. And yeah, I mean, I said mention wanting to talk about that $3 altar of pick three. And it's been supported. I do wonder, I mean, it's great and there's, you know, I hate to use in this word because I don't see it as like a jokey gimmick, but you know, there is the gimmick, it's all turf. So it jumps around the card. You know, I do wonder is the lesson here that people are eager to play a pick three. The $3 denomination is that something that, you know, hey, let's call the Lake pick three every day. It's going to be for three bucks or maybe it's the early pick three or middle picture or whatever. Do you sort of need this turf angle? Now obviously with the turf, I think that kind of bakes in a bigger possibility of bigger fields. Ten, 12, 14 horses, we saw in the jessamine. And when you're talking about three bucks, all of a sudden, you know, 42 dollars if you're wheeling a 14 horse field versus 7, you know, the 50 cent denomination. So that's a 6 X difference. You know, even just among a full field, and then when you think about, you know, the main track races for dirt within a pick 5 might have 8 horses that's four bucks when you're when you're wheeling it and using the whole group versus 42 with the 14 horse turf field. So very, very interesting wager love seeing how people have attacked it. I am proud to say, at least for now, they did not offer the wager today. But I am ahead for the meat on it. And I just think, you know, it's a chance for, you know, this is a para mutual game. So you're playing against each other. And to me, the $3 is different enough that you can flex some different muscles that, you know, maybe it's just not about picking horses or trying to get lucky. That's obviously a part of any wager in a gambling game, but this in particular it kind of reminds me in different ways. But Kentucky down that the jockey 7 game. And there were points rewarded for jockeys and that was a little different. But, you know, the heart of it for me was, well, here's a chance that, you know, you can kind of dig in and use some common sense approaches to build your tickets and the jockey 7 and you know it's not necessarily just about handicapping. And the jockey 7 and kudos to the Johnson family for getting that done and bringing that to Kentucky downs. And the jockey skill as well. That's the type of that where people want to you're getting the casual money. People want to bet Tyler definitely own. They want to bet on Giroux. They want to bet on Julianne le Peru. And they see the name and they intuitively know. I can bet $5 on the sky. And if he wins a couple races, I have a shot to win this bet. And it's fun. And it sort of gives you a team to cheer for. And just it's a shame and hasn't caught on elsewhere because I think it would be absolutely gangbusters if breeders cup oakster be days, like these are these are days, I think the bet. I mean, I think it could make sense any day, but especially with the big day Saratoga it just seems like a fun way to engage people and the added benefit is that it's going to attract my attention because I feel like there's some money in the pool that is up for grabs, you know, dead money. Well, this guy can't win. He's has 8 mounts and, you know, 6 of them are gonna be 20 to one. But it's Ricardo Santana and just, you know, today for whatever reason. He doesn't have the mounts, but it's a name. People like to bet. He's going to be over betting this pool where's the opportunity to bet against him? And it's kind of a long winding road to a bet, but the $3 altar of pick three kind of speaks to me on a similar level where I just intrigues me of how can I play this knowing the public is probably going to get it wrong because of that $3 minimum. Steve for Baltimore is on the line charm city. I haven't been to the Preakness in a while, one of my favorite trips when I do get to go, though, Steve, how's it going? Pretty good. We've got an extended meat. This summer, so extra Pamela. So question on kind of maximizing your opinions. And I know you're big on that. What do you think just maybe you personally, what percentage of your bankroll for that day? Are you putting on your biggest win bed opinion? It's a good question. And when betting is one that, I mean, really needs to be in everyone's toolkit just for the simple fact that it's the most transparent pool. So if you feel like you have a strong opinion and an edge in that race, the wind pull is extremely actionable. Unfortunately, I am a victim of loving action and trying to chase for lack of a better word. The big payouts and that comes with playing the exotic wagers. But when I really am excited to bet a horse that I feel is going to be an absolute overlay in the wind pool. I make sure to set aside 50% of my of what I'm comfortable betting and really, I mean, if you play every day, you kind of need to have in your mind a rolling pink roll. And I would never suggest putting 50% of that on the line, you know, usually ten to 20 is as high as you will see, gambling theorists suggest. But, you know, I know how people play and try to tailor my advice to that. You know, you go to the track with a thousand bucks. Some days I'm comfortable just saying, hey, let's see what happens in the pick ends. But if that were my bank roll, and I was an action player and, you know, just play when I got a chance to play 50% for sure is going on the horse. I'm if I'm genuinely excited that that a horse. But I do not go into a car saying, okay, who's that horse for me today? Just maybe I could just sneak in like a follow-up question to that. But say you love them at two to one. He's now even money. Do you walk it back? Based on the percentages like 33% going up to 50%? Are you changing that wager downward like 15%? If I think the fair odds are even money, and I thought for whatever reason we might get two to one because there's some other horse in there that all this horse is going to take money. And even money is like the fair odds. I'm probably still making a bet. Just because, you know, you're gambling on a fair coin flip. Basically. But if I thought, oh, this horse should be three to two. He's gonna be two to one, which is still a great value. And then they end up even money. You just have to be willing to pass. Or that's a case of, you know, let's say I was one. Oh man, I'm about 200 crap even money, then I might still look and say, well, I did kind of like this horse at 20 to one and that's a situation where even money might throw ten 20 bucks at some exact to try to catch with some long shot that caught my eye. But I mean, at that point, I'm just, you know, you're gambling for the action on a horse you like. Got it. Cool. Thank you. I appreciate the call, Steve, and great questions and certainly encourage, you know, anyone to be thinking about that as you said, you know, pressing opinions, maximizing opinions and, you know, I think most important of all, if I invited you to a casino and said, hey, we're going to give you 6 to 5 on heads all night long. You know, hopefully you would mortgage the house and come with every dollar you had available to bet. And if you got to the casino and they said, oh, you know, I read it wrong. It's four to 5 heads. You know, you would obviously keep your money in your pocket and that play at that price and horses in my mind are no different. So I appreciate the call, Steve. We're going to take our final break. Our going quickly haven't gotten all our topics, lightning round coming up when we get back and your calls join us 8 8 8 9 6 6 four 7 7 6. We'll be right back. This is a prisoner dot com call in show. The phone lines are open. Call call now. 8 8 8 9 6 6 HR RN. That's 88 9 6 6 four 7 7 6. Daily charges on the best fall racing can add up quickly, which is why Bristol dot com offers discounted prices on keeneland's ball meat. Want a handicap all October for one low price, then visit Brice net dot com slash plans to get full meat keelan past performances for only $20. You can have unlimited access to PPs at October's premiere racing meat. Are you looking to go beyond the PPs and get even more information and analysis? 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Named for the village in the Pyrenees Atlantic's department in the aqua teen region, arkan came to the 1993 breeders cup classic as a complete unknown, despite having won a group one race in France and his previous start, he was given almost no chance against a strong group of American runners in the classic. He would be racing at dirt for the first time and would face the potent three horse entry of bertrando, marquetry and missionary ridge, as well as California star best pal. Future Hall of Famer Jerry Bailey, who was aboard arcane for the first time, kept him settled at the back of the 13 Horace field, but as they straightened for the wire, no one, not even Bailey, could have expected what was about to transpire. Here is our king to win. He's 99 to one and the $3 million classic. The official odds were 133 to one. Arcane had become the longest shot ever to win a breeder's Cup race, leaving those in attendance stunned and providing another memorable moment in breeders cup history. This is the brisk dot com call in show. The phone lines are open. Call now. 8 8 8 9 6 6 HR RN. That's 88 9 6 6 four 7 7 6. Four back, one long stretch. We call him show. We want you to be a part of it 8 8 8 9 6 6 four 7 7 6. That's what George and Naples did George good evening. Hey, Ann, how are we doing tonight? How are you? Good. I want to be so funny that I wanted to talk about just briefly. So funny that the commercial that wow is waiting to commercial head Hong Kong on their Tom durkin's call, a 133 to one. Because I called my point of the call is to talk about the value that's in breeders cup and not necessarily in the long prices. Here's what I mean. Isn't it ironic this year in the distaff that the free square la Truist has been taken away by Mali thought and the free square male thought has been taken away by the triska. Right. I mean, neither one of them are free square now. If the absence of one of them makes the other one a free square. So what that will do is not only will that spread some money out in the Maltese, but it'll make the in race wager very interesting. And here's what I meant by value. On a normal day, that exact that either way is paying between four and $7. But you may very well get 9 or $10 one way on that exact breeder's cup day. Where that's really the only day of the year. Now the Derby race itself, you may get you get value, but think about it. It's a 6 four stakes race on a normal day, even if it's a grade one. You're not going to get $10 in that exact any which way. So. You don't have to search long and hard to find value. It's always right under your nose, if you know what you're looking for. I think that speaks to the previous caller too of knowing what you're strong opinion is and it talks a dirty word to some, but in my mind, I have no issue with someone thinking volatile is value it, let's say two to one. And if she's 5 to two, that's a tremendous opinion to act on. Very willing to stand with her and eliminate every ticket that has letruska. Trying to think like the classic, somewhat similar, I expect nix go to be favored, but he's going to be no less than two to one whereas any other race he would be in, and we've seen it already this year. He's odds on. Now he's facing better horses, but I mean, if you're a believer that he's a ghost appetite, two to ones as good as you could ever hope to get on a horse like Nick's go. So not saying those are my opinions, but just to illustrate your point and I agree with you. And it should be an interesting breeders cup from that perspective. Yeah, and I've been to 9 breeders cups in person, but I got to tell you, I enjoy my 55 inch screen, my racing for my silence, my cat on one side, my dog on the other, my own refrigerator. I've really come to like watching it at home. Just because of all the things that are in my fingertips and I feel like I'm a little more focused at home, but I have to tell you, I went to woodbine. That was my favorite breeders cup in 96, but long story short in ranking in order, Derby day is still my favorite day of the year. Breeders cup is second been Preakness and Belmont. And after those four, I can throw a net over everything else to Haskell. If I miss these other cards, I'm not too concerned, but if I miss any one of those four cards and not sitting well. But the breeders cup of all those cards, you have the Derby offers the best value of any race all year. Because a field size, but for the day itself, there's no better value than the breeders cup. And I think the Europeans might have something to do with that because if they just they just make that board so deep and so tough. But I love your show, I hate to see you flying solo. I know that's been repeated. But I'm glad you're doing it and glad to show survive and we all miss big a. Anytime you seem or maybe he's listening and letting know. Absolutely. If he was not anything else, yeah, he sparred with Andy a lot on talking horses, but if he is not anything else, he was funny. He would make me laugh. He would make me laugh no matter what. And I just, I just miss him, but I appreciate you carrying it on and that value, like I said, you know, you get 9 or $10 for the true scare malith. Exact that. Come on. Crazy. And George, thank you for the calls. We head into the final less than a furlong now. But to agree on all counts, whether it's value in the breeders cup, horses that you'll get money on that you otherwise wouldn't or Anthony who I do want to know last week was our first since the announcement that he and HR and it parted ways. Amicably as Anthony still does work for the New York racing association and it's going to be doing his breeders cup seminar up at mohegan sun, but it was a extreme pleasure to have worked with him on this. For so many years and I remember when he came on board and I think he may have been by then the third host that we had had for the fledgling show and you know, I enjoyed doing it and it was always exciting. We're starting to get some calls and then Anthony came along and just took this program in particular to the next level. And I was just fortunate enough to kind of be on the coattails of that and we had a lot of fun and nothing made me happier, the calls are great. Love the nation. Love getting to talk to you, love answering the tough questions, but above all of that, when I got a genuine hearty laugh out of Anthony Steve, I knew I had scored one in the comedy department. So Anthony, it was a real pleasure. I'm sure we'll work again in some capacity somewhere down the line. But glad to have gotten to work with you on this. We are in the homestretch. And the way we started, breeders cup, PPs, are available at Brits dot com contender PPs. If you get them now, you pay for them now, then the pre entries will be loaded for you. You won't have to pay again. And we're gonna have the breeders cup handicapping package available as well. Or at least a suite of products. I'm not sure if they're packaged how their package together should have tutorials myself on that. But plenty of great stuff, historical PPs, analysis, all that good stuff. It all starts with contender PPs and it's all available now at first not dot com. Edda rosa was a pleasure being with you this hour went very quickly for me anyway, thankfully, hopefully for you as well. Hopefully you learned something about morning lines, value at the breeders cup, appreciate all our colors, appreciate you, appreciate producer, Lee Bella pina as well in the Lexington studio. That's it for me this week. We'll be back next week. It's been the first met. Dot com horse racing radio network Colin show. Good night.

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Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast in 8/4/21--Guest Greg Harbut

The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

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Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast in 8/4/21--Guest Greg Harbut

"Thank maximum security has been defeated king for day. This is the jason beam horseracing. Podcast brought to you by twin. Spires your daily home for horse racing news interviews wagering discussions and more. Here's your host jason. Be aratu good. Wednesday morning neon. Welcome into the jason horseracing. Podcast brought to you by twin spires to here on this wednesday jan july august. Whatever the hell it is. August the fourth it's eight. Oh four. i'm in the eight. Oh four area code. that's richmond's area code if you didn't know Happy booth to hear though on this wednesday. The show. That almost didn't happen. I had some computer problems. First of all i went to i went to a dinner so i take my interview a little bit earlier in the week with gregg harvard. Who's our guest. I should say by the way very excited to have greg on the showy bloodstock agent based in lexington kentucky lawn family history and the sport of horse racing going all the way back to his great grandfather will harbut who was the groom for man of war. We'll talk about that. You know it's fascinating. I asked him a little bit about this in the sense that his great grandfather obviously passed away before Greg was even born. And i think about this sometimes with history stuff. I remember as a kid being obsessed with the nineteen nineteen white socks. Black socks They were the guys who eight of them allegedly through the world series. They lost the reds. And i 'cause i saw field of dreams. And then i you know i love baseball so everything you know that was immediate my interest and then i saw eight men out the movie and so i was probably about eleven or twelve when i kind of went through this phase and and tying it to greg like that idea of your family or a family member having such a historical prominence in in racing and in history but not actually getting to see it but obviously hearing stories through through family and i'm assuming you know reading about it himself or or trying to learn about it And we talked a little bit about that. So i think he is going to really enjoy the conversation. We'll come up with great here in a couple of minutes. But tying it to the historical thing i was thinking with blocks like i remember for a period of about a year or two. Probably two years consuming. Anything i could fine. This is nineteen ninety one ninety two so this is pre internet and my mom would drive me to baseball card stores all over the area because you know sometimes they would have not the original. You know cards of the black socks guys. But they'd have like reissues or special Feel the dream edition or eight out addition car. I mean going. All over the place. I had for my eleventh birthday. I remember getting a white sox jersey. From that time period you know where the s was big in. The show was under the first. The top part of the s. and the x. was under the bottom part of the s. I was just obsessed with it. I i mean looked up and encyclopedias. I read elliott asimov's book eight men out anything i could find about the black socks i was just so fascinated by and i remember getting to this point where i got kinda sad because i realized like i was never going to get anything more than what i was finding and certainly. That's i'm not equating this to greg's familial situation because families different but like i remember coming to a point where i would think man i just. I'm never going to get to see these games or you know. Be around what it was like to watch baseball. In that time period all black socks guys were dead. So i was never gonna get to meet any of them and it was like this frustration thing because you like you learned about it so much but you never got to kind of experience it firsthand. I feel like that with long acres. Now i did experience lawmakers i have small visions of it because it closed when i was twelve. Right right honestly. Right around the same time i was doing all my black socks investigating but when it comes to history stuff like that because i was really excited. Talk to greg. Because my knowledge of racing history is subpar especially for someone who hosts a talk show about it On our main topic is going to be racing now. And it's going to be betting and horse playing and handicapping and stuff like that. But i do wish. I had a better understanding of the history of thurber racing because there's a great history right. That was my excitement with baseball. I love baseball. You know as a kid and playing and watching and everything like that. I mean you know. The mariners in the mid nineties were that was my that was my twenty seven yankees kind of thing but you know racing. Has that kind of a history as as baseball. Does i mean it goes back hundreds of years and it's something. I wish. i was a little bit more knowledgeable than probably will dedicate a little more time. I mean part of me. Because i work in racing. It's pretty much a three sixty five kind of lifestyle. You know what. I have time to read and when i have time to do other things i want to get away from it because it is such a part of my life but i do wish that i had a little more now into the history part especially going to lexington you know go into the horse park and seeing the man or statue and learning all the stuff it was like i feel like i should know all that stuff and i wanted to know like it was very. It was a neat educational experience. And so it's very exciting to have great harbored on the show today You know obviously working bloodstock agent. We'll talk about what that entails. I think a lot of people think that means you just are buying horses at sales and maybe buying horses for clients. But i feel like there's a i want to ask greg about this. I feel like there's a lot of. I don't wanna say customer service but like you know. There's a lot of management for clients on their behalf on twitter. I see brad. Wise board does a lot of that like he'll talk about you know things that he's doing for his clients now even though they've you know there there's no buying and selling forces going on there's just a day at the races and they might have one or two in so we'll talk with gregg about that in many more topics coming up on today's show tomorrow rob telstra gonna join us for a horse player thursday. We'll talk about rob's tournament exploits in southern california. He was He was in the top ten. I think he finished in the top ten to. I haven't done my prep. That's my my wednesday morning project but I realized the show is late. Getting you guys. Like i said i had some computer issues. I was also at a dinner. We went to dinner some of the folks from the race tracks and horsemen and others and that was a couple owners trainers. It was interesting. great. I mean everybody was very nice and we had a lovely time. And it's it's always fascinating to me though because if you put enough racetrack people in a room together like it's gonna always be of course racetrack stories but then inevitably like the. What's good what's bad what's wrong. How do we fix it conversation. It's gonna come up for the team thousand time which i guess we're supposed to have those conversations right. I mean that's that's what people talk about it because so many of my conversations in that vein are in the world of racing. I that was like a racing. Only thing and then i realize i you know get back you know really into hockey and i get more into baseball again and stuff like that. You start realizing that people are having those conversations in in pretty much every sport maybe with the exception of football you know but You know every sport has its ups and downs and struggles in every sport is dealing with how to be more successful with modern technology. And all that kind of stuff you know. I maintain because i see the world through the lens of the horse player. And saw you know i'm gonna obviously. I was having a conversation with a with an owner tonight at dinner. And we were discussing the topic. And you know my my. I told him. I said look. My lens is always going to be through that of the horse player. Granted i work in the business and so certainly my lens is going to be you know through a race caller but i. I really believe that if the horse players aren't addressed in service that i'm not going to have the race collar job anyways and my job is a race. Caller is to inform the horse players. So it was interesting and similar to a lot of things politics stuff like that. I always feel like once we have these conversations even when we're coming at it from different places and different experiences and personalities i feel like inevitably we. If we kinda listen to each other we lease get were each other's coming from and there can be respectful conversation. I don't think enough people actually listen. I know when this gentleman was talking. I was listening but i was already planning my counter rebuttal. You know based on what. I was in address instead of pausing that digesting what he was saying because he certainly coming at it from decades of experience and you know and then i could and then i could sit there. But i think we're so used to having fast conversations. Least maybe i am that instead of truly listening. I'm you know. I'm already preparing my rebuttal and really not even listening to what he's saying. I worked on that halfway through conversation. I started listening more. But you know i like. I know that that conversation sometimes gets a little stale. The what's wrong. How do we fix it. In the stuff but It was good. We had a couple of we discussed a couple of topics. Have you seen the news. Now you're seeing a lot of the service navarro folks that are playing and changing plead guilty and obviously making deals and looking to try to You know. I think the. I think i've seen the singing canary mean about one hundred times over the last couple of days which makes sense. I mean you know the the fbi isn't gonna go in there and do all that unless they had a pretty rock solid case and so I'm sure that a lot of that is you know being thought out amongst by the the folks at At that are in trouble. Deservedly in trouble least based on the evidence i saw But it's gonna be fascinating. See kind of what the fallout of this. One of the conversation we had was like whoa has has much changed. Because of that. And i said that i do feel like you see less of the go. Forty four and change and re breaks. I don't know that there's less you know malarkey going on. But i feel like we see less of that because to me. That was a very specific thing. That was those you know. Navarro and service. That was like a thing that they hat was like. Go really fast dual and then re break. You still see re breaks once in a while. But i i just feel like you don't see it as much and that's maybe one thing that's changed a little bit but i don't know if the perception has changed all that much within the horse players at least has on my timeline. Maybe it has for for some folks but It'll certainly be an ongoing debate and something we'll We'll keep track of. Let's take a quick break. When we come back we will be joined by greg Looking forward to that conversation. I also want to read board about a a nice piece of handicap than i did at colonial on tuesday. So get ready for that. That'll be exciting way to end the show. We'll be right back. greg harvard. It is a wednesday edition of horse racing. Podcast brought to you by twin. Spires jason beam horseracing podcast brought to you by twin spires. Is your home for daily thoroughbred horse racing conversation. Join host jason bean. 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Bloodstock and beautiful lexington kentucky also serves on the kentucky horse racing commission very happy to welcome. Greg harbored into the show. Great how are you. I'm doing well glad to be. Thanks for having me. I appreciate you coming on and it said to pull the curtain back. We're we're speaking on sunday a couple of days before the interview will air. You're telling me you've got some horses running today and some big races. So shall we talk about it as though you already one and just assume i'm very excited But i do not like to Dink's myself what happens. We're excited. I'm part of a partnership living the dream stables We have a horse in the gray to royal north. And then we have a horse in the next There's going to be running any Nine one the two of them allowance race. And we're very excited is it to. That's obviously a patou at woodbine. Is it any kind of difficulty to get horses up there right now. Because i know people still kinda iffy getting getting folks up across the border right hear people. We wanted to attend the race and unfortunately we weren't able to do that But both of these sources shipped out right around the time that churchill was ending and we don't have any difficult. I can't really speak as to protocol now. I feel like what most people think are here about bloodstock aged they they think about buying horses at the sale are privately but having talked to a few agents over the years it seems like a decent part of the day you know of the day to day i guess it is is almost like customer service kind of like racing management correct in that absolutely You know is will though the agents find ourselves spending a great deal Being li liaison either between the owner and trainer or the owner of the farm managers and Just keeping everyone abreast and just making sure everything flows along Fluidly so that's a big portion of it. It's not the only portion but We find ourselves Spending a long time doing that. And i'm sure it probably varies client to client right in terms of how much direct involvement or or i mean for some probably lack of involvement. They want right absolutely. You know. I'm very blessed to have a global consort but of clientele time some clients in the middle east summit in japan They would rely on me more heavily. to sort of representative as opposed to a client could be here in the states or in lexington where i'm based data. What different wanna talk about some of the international stuff. But what kind of start with. Just your background and horse racing at including your family's legacy in horse racing. I i've said on the show. Many times horse racing history is not my strong suit and i came up and kind of the gambling side of things and i. I was at kentucky horse park few weeks ago and was looking at the man or statue and learning all about it. My friend was mentioning. We'll harvard who had talks about your great grandfather. His great grandson is is a bloodstock agent. So i kind of started looking. You guys up. Can you tell listeners. A little bit about Will story and kind of then. How turn your family continued on and racing absolutely so you had mentioned My great grandfather was a gentleman by the name of will harvard and he gained great notoriety with his association with manda war. Many people man war to be one of the greatest resources if not the greatest racehorse greatest resource of all time and You know they had a very unique relationship with my grandfather. Great grandfather would deliver a monologue talking about all men awards accomplishments exploits and people from all over the united states as well internationally would come to hear the monologue and see a man of war and they grew up very close bar and actually died very close proximity to one another So that was Talked about and My great great grandfather was able to be in a lot of leading publications and just Talk about with. The time was very unique for an african american to be thrust into the role My grandfather was general about of tom. Hart was a very well. Compass horsemen In his own right He worked for with a lot of the leading stallions. A scheduler farm at the time and a lot of individuals such louis b mayer with gm studios and was with our graham and We ended up return At the stadium address area do gone But he also on the voice of iran in the nineteen sixty two Kentucky derby which is something that i'm very proud of them and i just think you know from the lineas and i have. I've always had a great affinity for horses and horse racing in growing up and being able to coastal ship. My grandfather and hear these stories about my great grandfather was something that probably into my. Yeah because obviously you know Will pass away long before you were born in. So i was kind of curious. Do you know. Do you hear those stories all from your grandfather and your dad. I imagine you also then immediately go to like kind of research and and try to learn about them right. Well i you know as is you bitch. And he Died way before. I was even thought of but i did. Grow up here My grandfather speak about them but probably one of the earliest memories. And i can remember is actually going on a field trip that the kentucky course part. There's you had mentioned seeing the statue of mantle and seeing the plaque of my great grandfather and his association with the force but not only my grandfather telling the story of many of the people that was alive and that time You know having fond memories of not only award but my grandfather just telling me Some of the great stories. So that's something that i did grow up with and was able to hear from people able to see that per cent yeah. I was impressed with the horsepower. I didn't realize that it was such a multi use park like. Yeah i mean it seemed like there was there was like show stuff going on the day i was there. You know funny side hanging out on one area. Have of the statues i mean. It's it's a big property and it's it's kind of we went after it was closed and they kind of still had open. And you can just kind of walk around as you pleased. I guess it's a great facility. The the state of kentucky. It done an excellent job you know. It's not only thoroughbreds on display but all breeds forces and they do a great job of encompassing that and like you mentioned having core shows go on actually have polo shirts. You name it anything associated with the horse It's going on great harbour joining us here on the program. So you're kind of your first memories in terms of horses and racing Keeneland was going to races at other places in kentucky. No my first experiences far racetrack west. Caitlyn you mentioned on base out of lexington. Keelan is one of the most prolific trucks in the country People living lexus. Take it for granted but You know i can remember going out. Probably in middle school to kaelin. And i was one of my first experiences of actually going to a racetrack and you. Didn't you got a job in recent kinda shortly after that. He started working racing in school right. Well i i went work gentleman by the name of tom. Avis the day after graduation from high school didn't really have no days free with no nothing is off. That was a big adjustment going from waking around seven o'clock and having to be at work at four thirty and working seven days a week but I had some horse experience. Good not much experience with thoroughbreds. So i was very fortunate. I reached out to tom and spoke with him. And he gave me an opportunity to come in and learn more about thoroughbreds and sorta learn from an entry level position. you know. Start off as a hot walker But he was very gracious with his time in the afternoon he would allow me to shadow him you know race days and just learn more about the business component and training interact with owners and just really he We pick courses you know as far as claiming and how would spot racist great introduction in that summer to global. It sounded the business particularly racing. Because i would think that you probably do you. Even know what a bloodstock agent is at that point or is it more just like you're kind of getting your feet wet and kind of learning everything that goes on there. At that time. I had no idea what the bloodstock agent world you know. Jocky agent greenish could be a business and you know i knew. I was racing on and i knew someone had to condition basically knew what a trainer jockey point in the game because i get asked all the time for people want to be a race caller something. They'll email me. And i'm sure you do as well like the pathways. For folks to kind of break into the industry seems like for a lot of people it is just simplest kind of go in there and asking around and getting the shot. But you know as far as breaking on the backside. Is there a formal education path. You can do or do you. Just kind of have to kind of catch on with with a barn or something you know at that time The former education pathway was not as developed into find is is now so i think a lot of that was Majority of people did what. I did which was to reach out to a farm or horse trainer. Started started at entry level position. And hope that you were lucky enough to catch on and someone would take an interest in to you You know where they would sort of bring you along. Gradually i think he had the university arizona racetrack program. You availed program going on at that time as far as education But since that time. I mean you you've seen so many equine planning programs front out You have that You have the irish national. Study the Godolphin fly star program. So there's a lot more A post secondary education opportunities and we're not necessarily available at the time. I was coming up for these students. I was recently Here in lexington fayette county public schools actually devoted and e can't equine off campus sites specifically devoted to furthering the educational experience for high school students at a much more advanced level. So that when they come out of high school Either job and career ready or able to transition into a four year Equine studies program at at their choosing so things are really developed on a short period of shorts fan. You know talking about doing you know. Have an international clients and stuff. I know you spent years kind of learning and going around the world and stuff and kentucky's obviously the horse market epicenter here in the states. Is there a lot of difference when you go to. Other countries be at the the middle east or japan or australia or any of that. I mean they all kind of have their own little lexington so to speak. Yeah you know. They all have their Particular towns unique to horse racing instance. you know in england it would be new market with basically Version of saratoga lexington in japan you would have kyle and things of that nature. But one thing that you find is universal communism. I love the horses. That the people who who work in these particular towns or just people that not hand on directly but this love and affinity for the horses that they all share. I know the pandemic obviously changed. Everything for everybody is it. Did it have an effect on the sales and bloodstock world for for you guys. Yeah i you know like like anything. The top tier market will always survive You know you looked at the middle market and sort of the lower tier markets. I think it definitely had an effect. I think a lot of people were you know scared. Because they don't know what the pandemic what kobe was. Has it spread that you know you saw a lot of buyers especially on an international level that this Decided that they were not going to travel to the sales. Anytime you have a portion of the market and this this is not going to participate. Yeah you know you're always going to see a dour in overall numbers and trajectory of course thinks oh the thing i was thinking too i mean because most owners at least they all have other businesses right and so if the other businesses on hold or not doing well that obviously is gonna affect their horse business. Absolutely you know we also in that time period we were. I think gulfstream park parker time two of the many tracks remain open so was just the unknown of were. If i do have a voice for my going into race my home i would. I would think one of the important parts of person horses and honestly you know before you purchase and after you purchase is kind of establishing the relationship with trainers who are some of the barnes that you work with most or does it kind of just spread around depending on who. The owner wants to work with You know have a close relationship right now with brad cox and another trade about me dorm mcknight now but you know if a owner will ask me You know obviously when you develop a relationship or you would like to keep it in house. But that's something that always We'll leave that up to the individual and owner You know one of the things that is part of the experience has had a good working relationship with whoever you hire so i think it's important that the older have good overall feel of the trainers training course. So you've you've had a little bit of a front then to watch brad cox's ascension. I imagine it's been kind of crazy to watch What that barn is becoming not all that long of a time period it has. It'll be brad I started off. He had only a handful of horses. And you know something original staff are. Are you know to to see those guys either. Just be groomed and now you see them assistance and things of that nature and just the rapid decision that he's had in the business it's been it's been rewarding and fascinating. Still answer your calls right away. He was my calls. You know sometimes right away other times we had to get back Wesley but on the you know he he's a mandate some very high demand it was it was interesting. We went indiana derby and i was sitting with some members of this kind of crew. And he lost it really. I think it was an odds-on horse for the guy looks for me goes well we get to drive two hours brad in the car after losing it odds on that'll be fun on. Tv is nature. Seems very kind of you know easy going. Yeah he's easy going guy but he is a Competitive that's what makes him makes him least accessible demanded greg hardy cup more moments on the program. You made news in two thousand twenty s part of the necker island ownership group. How's the experience of the lead up and running in the kentucky derby. I'll be in a weird year for the kentucky derby you know it was a it was obviously a weird year with the tech derby being ran In in september the postal. The first saturday in may Even though i work in the business. I'm person foremost a fan of the industry and anybody that is either fan or you actively work you want to have some type of association with derby connection and you know as i mentioned my grandfather owning kentucky derby winner media. Come back You know it's gifted generation as far as being involved in horses to be active participant and To join those other great horseman that have come before me and say that a participate. I mean it was. It was a over the top experience even though we didn't have a lot of People on hand to witness it in person I think all the participants would agree with what i'm going to say you know we did the walkover. It's still surreal moment now. And you know that's a moment that. I wish everyone in racing involved. Good experience club Definitely wanted to highlight of my career. He he off after the derby for little came back with a nice win at At oaklawn in the spring. Seventh in the stephen foster last out and always working at ellis. Right now Do we know what's next for necker island. Yeah you know all things You know he did run in. The stephen foster that might have been attacked. Did ambitious and maybe attended for what he wants to go He had a workout over the turf. Course he does have some greedy We excited with the workout. That he had. And i think he's gonna be going in the the mile turf stakes race coming up next l. sparks all go well the pea patch. Yes yeah. I work colonial this time of year. Which is a very hot area but i still maintain that ellis's like when when when the heat is really going down there i can't imagine a hotter place. It is one of the hottest places you get on their forget. They the one day we went there and it was. You know it was a zillion degrees but they just. They put out buckets of ice water bottle. Water in ice. Just keep people from to stay because they knew everybody was just like this is just too much and so that was their way. They're like you know. Hey free water stick around. Which the they had to do. Let's say you wanted to ask about was recently. Appointed to the kentucky horse racing commission to now obviously. It hasn't been that long since you've been doing it. But how has that experience been. I know the. I always call them the alphabet groups that you know the horsemen groups the state groups and all that kind of stuff they all get three or four letter abbreviations. I know from seated at smaller levels like it's it's a different world back during your kind of exposed to just seeing a real different side of of the sport a you. Are you know very humble when i was asked to serve on the horse. Racing commission You know it's been very eye-opening to see you just overall encompassed and the responsibility that they have not always door bread racing but to you know the hardest group and you know quarterhorse racing when we host that but Just to see the responsibility that you do as a commissioner But it's been very gratifying and rewarding that everyone who serves in that capacity really has a love of course really wants to promote You know the horse industry in kentucky so as you say on recently Opponent so it's been a learning curve. I think we'll be coming up on my Second meeting in august seventeen. So i'm still on a learning curve but i've been very fortunate to have some great people Soda educate me along the way. It's sort of show me the ropes on my initial. Take on the commission and of course they they give you like the most controversial derby situation of all. Time has a cabin of controversy compared the years past trial by fire. is a few of the new commission's coming to this. Greg really appreciate tickets time if folks want to find a harvard bloodstock dot com and harvard as h. b. Ut really appreciate it enjoyed the conversation. Thank you so much for your time. Thank you for the pleasure right. We'll be right back after short time out to speed horse racing. Podcast brought to you by twin. Spires this is the jason beam horseracing. Podcast brought to you by twin spires. Thanks to create harder for joining us. Hope you guys enjoyed that conversation. Really appreciate his time and insight and his story. As i mentioned rob telstra gonna join us tomorrow. Horse player thursday is back. Have a couple of topics i want to talk about. Had an email from a listener of asking about ticket construction. And you know that's a topic we talk about an awful lot and he was more pinpointing towards the idea of maximizing his opinion and stuff like that and i really think that one of the best ways to do that is to look back Not necessarily i mean certainly you wanna look forward and practice it. But i think there's a lot to be gleaned from wagers that you've hit and looking back now of course you can all say you know. Oh i should have just instead of going. Five deep gone too deep now. That could be the truth. It could be that you really thought. Look x and y. Where the horses that i thought had the best chance given their prices. I threw in abyan see. I just didn't want to be then. You can maybe look and say yeah. I find a gun to the five. I made it two dollar tickets that have a one dollar ticket and still been in for less and And i would have made double and whatever but you know look back at the at the sequences. The you hit and kind of try to analyze. Okay well what. We're my primary opinions here. What was my best opinion. What favorites were were against. A how did. I treat being against those favorites Did i that. I just pick everybody else in the race. You know it. Was it a three to five shot. And so i just i knew i couldn't miss if i beat that horse Did you try to favor. Then just go with b. c. and d. second choice third choice fourth choice who were all pretty logical so now yes you beat a favor but i still went three deep with canada. Three you know not really strong opinions and get a whole lot out of the race other than i did. Beat the favorites. That's something. But maybe i could have done x and y and I would. I would argue that when you do that. You don't wanna look too much at the handicapping. Look more to what your opinion was. Not not that you handicapped certainly want to learn if you handicapped wrong and stuff but you know there's gonna be some horses that are just gonna flat that you're never gonna have and you know you might say the only way of getting to that as if i went all or if i wanted to take the top five choices race and maybe you could adopt to that point you know. Maybe you went to deepen another race. Where you maybe should have singled and again. Don't look at it as though i should have single because that horse one look as though i thought that was the better of the two horses. The prices were the same. I just was scared of the other one so really kind of try to look at your wagers and see. Maybe where you could have got more. You know what if you if you to. You know if if you were attacked a pick three in the three races you had really strong opinions verses you know kind of spreading and legs see like four and five and playing the pick five like what would your prophet differential of being if you'd have done that and just kind of familiarize yourself with the differences and maybe why they played out that way you know you get a horse like essential quality in a sequence and you can kind of look at the various depict threes coming in and out of him And the pick four in the pick five obviously including him and you know it took big prices to get those payouts to really really jump. You know if lexa. Tony doesn't win in that Nine horse wins. I think those payouts are significantly lower first of all. Let's tony was ten times the price of that nine horse but also that nine horse was just on so many more tickets. I would bet you. It was on way more than you know the difference in in price that you got for lexa tony and so i really do think that's an important thing for For folks to do one talk. I had had an ice thirty two to one tab at colonial the other day it was or yesterday i guess it was but the reason i want to bring it up is for kind of handicapping looking at the board kinda situation. 'cause it was a funny race where there was even monday morning. Line shot and four to one. Second choice that we're both scratched out of eight horsfield. So now you're left with a six source field and obviously the odds are going to be lower for pretty much everybody else in the race right. Like everybody's gonna take their audrey below it in the morning line because you have all those points from the morning line that are evaporated and you know i brought up the point about you. Know there's going to be because in a pick three. You know all the money on the scratch horses. That was in there before the poet now goes to the favorite and obviously that's more stock in. It about this time. He'd said it's obviously more important. It's a lake gate scratch if they're starting to pick four and the big favourite scratches at the gate whoever becomes the new favourite is going to have so many combinations on them and a lot of people are just not going to be able to cancel or change but even when a horse scratches earlier in the day. There's money that gets in before. Scratch time and so you know i was talking about how this eight horse became. The favourite was saying that you know there's going to be some extra combinations on that eight horse so you know maybe trying to beat that one you might end up if you're starting to pick three might be to choose your path but what i really got with the handicapping part of it was this race. Where almost nobody was turf sprinters and yet they were it was turf sprint. The tours is scratched. Were good regular turf sprinters. Everybody else was kind of cutting back from longer. And the only horse that really had much recent turf. Sprinting was the seven horse and the horse is formed as of recent was terrible. But it's best turf. Sprints put it in the mix and the horse was twenty to one. When i was talking about it with jessica i said you know. I just think that everybody else is doing something. That's not their best game and this even though he's in bad form is at least doing what is best game is he ends up going after thirty two wins and i was just like i was pumping my feel any. Have a nickel on him. You know. I don't bet on call but it was. It was a nice feeling. Just felt like one of those good score You know just having a good opinion and and seeing it play out kind of thing but going back to what we just talked about. How would i have maximized the return on that because the next couple legs in a pick three or whatever. The next couple of legs looked kind of in chaki. So do i just say okay. Let's just focus on this race just a bit now. The the big favourite ended up running. Second i think with a thirty seven to one shot on top or thirty to one on the exact to paid seventy five bucks so it wasn't a good exact assure but it wasn't like you know if i play that exact For two dollars one hundred and fifty bucks right. Yes seventy five to one but if i play it know if i key the seven on top of two horses i've now got four dollars to make one hundred and fifty. So what's that thirty seven and a half to one something like that which is barely bigger than the wind payout. So if you if. I that horse on top of three horses for two dollars each now. I'm in six dollars for one. Hundred and seventy five dollars. Oh gosh what's that math. That's twenty eight twenty twenty nine to one now. I'm literally making less than just a win. Bet when you you know obviously if one of the other two wins it pays more. But when you're talking about favorites if an inexact is and try factors. It's incredible how much you're gonna use low price favorites in any spot of those like you have to be more narrow because first of all people box. You can't box in pick four. Pick fives and stuff like that. You can use multiple horses. But if if ten of us are all betting try factors ten people in the room where all bidding traffic and we all box one. Two and three in the three is twenty two one and he wins. We all make the exact same as if it would came in one two three right. I if we're the only people betting i mean it's kind of a bad example but you get what i'm saying because so many people box with trifecta as you know if i box the seventy eight exactly that came in obviously when it comes in seven eight it's gonna pay more than eight seven because way more people have it that way but all the people who box that have it too and so it's a it's a funny thing. What boxing can do when you get favorites in there because even if a favourite runs third it can really pull down your pack so many people boxed it you know knowing the favourite was going to be in there and obviously you know. They're better off when the prices come in. But it can pull it down more than you think. I you know. I believe in general so just wagering stuff to think about like we talk about so much of this stuff in in theoretical practice that i like to try to give some specific Like it's not uncommon for a lot of people to play with when you have a thirty two to one shot so many people are scared to play that horse only on top or they wanna box it with other horses and you know when that favorite comes in second like i said you you you got seventy five to one so the minute you use to combinations you've now gone down to thirty seven and a half to one roughly and then when you've used three you're down to twenty eight to one and so forth and so if you tie up that horse in a dollar exact box with three horses you've now spent six dollars to get seventy five bucks. So if you're main opinion was that you liked the seven-horse you've turned thirty. Two one win bet into six dollars. That's now seventy five dollars. So what's that twelve and a half to one. Do you see how that is not taking advantage of the opinion. Does that make sense by doing an exact box you know and obviously like i said it would have paid better if it came in seven three and maybe the three was scratched. But you know what i'm saying but it didn't and at least a few of my combinations were going to pay less if the exact came in then if i would have just the money to win six dollars to win on that thirty. Two one shot boy was a sixty seven bucks times three hundred ninety one. Sarah no two hundred one two hundred one dollars. So how would i have got that with the exact need the exact two and a half three times so it had to been pretty narrow so give me the alwin bet can be your best friend sometimes because it kinda take away the spreading and you screw yourself over a lot of times but and i know a lot of people are going to respond with but what if the other big long shot came in. That's true that's going to happen sometimes. They're also you know you're by the way you're going to not win a lot of time. And sometimes when he wins. Nobody's gonna come in second and then you're gonna really feel bad but again we want to. It's why we wanna make good long-term bets not much about the specific thing. Do i feel happy that i had a good opinion. Yes do i realize that. It's just one opinion in a series of opinions. Yes to. I realized that if i would have bet that improperly that i would have gotten less than thirty two one yes anyways. We're going to wrap up this dish in the program. Big thanks to greg harvard for joining us looking forward to rob telstar apologized for the Late recording again at lake uploading rather about an hour and a half late because of the computer issues and dinner ran long. And honestly like i said you know some of these tuesday wednesday thursday shows are going to be a little bit late just because of time. Tomorrow's might be a half hour late. Because i'm interviewing rob seven thirty in hopes and posted by eight thirty but so hopefully have the rest of the show. Don't you guys get what i'm saying. You guys understand. Here's your so nice to me. You always understand when. I have a little excuse about something. It's much appreciated. We'll see you guys back tomorrow. Everybody have a great rest wednesday.

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Don't figure out how to manage their land on climate change will not be solved and we'll hear why human rights advocates. Don't want the favorite in the kentucky derby to racist weekend those stories and more today. You're on the world. I'm marco werman. This is the world. It's good to have you with us today. We've been watching an agony as india on the other side of the globe struggles with the pandemic each day. The infections climb higher. India's healthcare system can't keep pace nor sadly the crematoriums. Just listen to this description from the bbc's yoga reporting from a crematorium in india's capital. New delhi everywhere. I look there are funeral. Pyres burning the air is full of smoke. Eyes are watering crematoriums. Out of space are resigned to building pires in the parking. Lots in new delhi. The most in demand medical supplies have been exhausted. Hospital beds are scarce. One woman nishi shamma told the bbc that she couldn't find a bed for her mother-in-law who is struggling to breathe shamma went from hospital. The hospital found a doctor and begged for help. I literally started crying in front of him. That please. I need one big. You doing me that you know. That's and desperation. Indians have been turning to social media in a search for medicine and oxygen tanks to keep their loved ones alive. My knees pandy is seeing this firsthand. He's one of hundreds of volunteers at the covid resources dot. In collective in new delhi they connect people who need these things with suppliers who have them. I asked him to explain. How crowdsourcing these critical materials actually works well. It started very basic. Started from replying to tweets. Because they were looking for help and then we decided to put a website. And some this tag. I don't understand much overtake. i'm not a techy. Although this guy that have done some magic and be able to a match stuff if you go to kobe resources dove in right. Now you can just put a city and you can put what you need. And then you get some recommendations it's a completely cowed sustain when people do get held the upvoted and they don't get health. They downloaded so that leads. Laura downwards we have out later and we we do it every two hours. So we're trying to put our head around and try and be and how we can help bridge the gap between demand and supply. Of course the demand is so high and supplies so less i think even the government and the the best. They're doing in their capacity however out of so out of control that nobody knows what to do. So i know. Oxygen is one crucial commodity right now. What kind of requests are you seeing. Online what do people need the most small twitter search right now delhi govan. Let's say took you. You will see that. The requests are dropping in for things like ramsey dvd. It's an injection. I guess the injection. But to see i mean. I'm not a medical guy as well. So i got to these words i. I'm minimum lights. People asking for icu. Beds for hospital beds. Everything is very bad. These are genuine people who are suffering the reaching out. They don't know what to do. And that's why they are toiling social media so you're hoping with covid swirling all around you. How has covid affected your own family. Luckily my family. Nobody effected. However i lost my friends. My school juniors. They were doctors themselves in small place somewhere in india and food them. They boston Just day before yesterday because they did not get proper medication. One of my friend died because he did not get an icu. Bed and it's really heartbreaking and keeping all of these aside right now. I know that has to be emotionally very intelligent mentally very tough because we're keeping suppressing emotions and we're trying to do all began by being the tough amman. By being that you know by taking it's like a water margot cedars lego. this is like third world. We don't do what to do. We really don't know what to do. I'm sorry to hear about your friends. And it is a terrible situation when you have to just compartmentalize around margot's people are dying. All around you know couple of visible there was released to even cremate. The bodies kidding you imagine how is that so it looks like a lot of volunteers have been helping out with covid resources dot. In it seems to be growing by the day. Do you think your volunteer work is making a difference it is. It is the kind of messages we receive. Every day is very overwhelming end of the day when we receive a message like all thank you so much. Got an icu. Bed or maybe you've got one oxygen. It really helps at the same time. It really breaks our heart. I have expedient three little. I did arrange an oxygen cylinder for kneeling patient. The oxygen cylinder reach the doorstep and the patient did not make it. He passed away and we couldn't help. And it is really heartbreaking. We just because a couple of hours of delay and we lost somebody and there are thousands and thousands of cases. You said it was like a war. I mean there are no guarantees here. What did you feel. You had to get personally involved at this level manish. I don't know. I'm i'm out there on crow and i started. It is a sense of responsibility. Not because i'm an indian not because if affecting me because its about humanity. It's it's about helping one human to another. I don't care who. I'm helping right now. I just wanna help. And there are hundreds like me trying to help not just in kuwait resources dot in many many teams are doing such work and i think paladin more team should come into this world because the more people. We have the better begin. Get my pandy. Volunteers of the covid resources dot. In collective in new delhi speaking with us about how local community initiatives are helping get people covert supplies across the country. Knees thank you for your time and thank you for the work. You're doing it today. Is president biden's one hundred day in the white house and last night. He addressed congress. He laid out an ambitious domestic agenda when it comes to the rest of the globe biden struck a collaborative tone on foreign policy. No one nation can deal with all the crises of our time from terrorism and nuclear proliferation mass migration cybersecurity climate change as well as experience what we're experiencing now pandemics. The president also spoke about two other things that we took special notice of overhauling the immigration system and laying out goals to combat climate. Change for that. We turn to our environment correspondent carolyn dealer and our immigration editor. Monica campbell Let me start with you. Caroline what stood out for you margot it is speech. That was pretty focused on jobs and the economy. He actually talked about climate. Change a lot by my count. He mentioned the word climate seven times which is more than any state in the union or joint address to congress in the last thirty years and it wasn't one standalone issue it was woven into the larger themes of his speech. He i talked about working against climate change as a job creator for too long. We've failed to use the most important word when it comes to meeting the climate crisis jobs but he also talked about climate. Change is a foreign policy issue that requires multilateral cooperation and doesn't engine to drive. Us competitiveness differs from past years right. Climate change in state of the union's has been referred to more as an energy environment issue. More as a domestic issue. And here it was a foreign policy issue. It was an across the board issue which i think reflects the biden administration's approach which is that may want to tackle climate change with a quote all of government approach by also mentioned how the us compares to other countries in terms of emissions united states accounts. As all of you know less than fifty percent of carbon emissions the rest of the world accounts for eighty five percent. That's why i kept my commitment to rejoin the paris accord because if we do everything perfectly it's not only matter What did you make of that. Caroline his point here is that climate change is an issue that requires international cooperation. The us can't go it alone. That last line is a little puzzling. It's kind of sounds like he's saying that even if the us does everything perfectly it's not gonna matter or only gonna matter so much That line was not in his prepared remarks. What the us does clearly does matter. It's the second biggest bitter after china. But i think there's some really important historical context. That's missing that fifteen percent number that's also important to talk about the fifteen percent of global greenhouse gas emissions that the the us admits yeah. It's true it also doesn't address the historical issue here which is that the. Us is the largest historical amidror. We are the most responsible for the amount of greenhouse gas emissions that are currently in the atmosphere which is what matters when we're talking about the climate crisis The us also only makes up four percent of the global population and still limits fifteen percent of greenhouse gas emissions so our historical and proportional responsibility. Here is maybe larger than that. Fifteen percent number would convey or carolyn. Stay right there. Let me turn to our own. Monica campbell Monica as you listened to biden's remarks on immigration last night. What did you hear soon after. Taking office opposed bold immigration reform. That reform would bring a pathway to citizenship to the nearly eleven million undocumented immigrants in the united states it would expand legal immigration opportunities and fund border security technology and biden emphasize. The need to do this gun. So much for america during this pandemic and throughout our history. The country support immigration reform. We should act. Let's argue over. Let's debated but sack biden is aware that there is public support to address immigration. He also knows that voters from immigrant. Communities particularly latinos were critical for his election. By says we should act on immigration reform. Why we also know that. That is a big challenge Decades have gone by without passage of major immigration reform. Even when there is bipartisan support on capitol hill what chances monica does biden havoc. Getting something major done. It's going to be very tough. It's been tough for decades. As he mentioned and particularly as we see more migrants and asylum-seekers at the us mexico border trump gained a lot from doubling down on this issue. Republicans won't let that go so easily so biden in some ways you know. He's a realist so while he once. He spoke about wanting big bold immigration change. He also pivoted right there and offered a compromise out of the gate at least past but we all agree on. Congress needs to pass legislation this year to finally secure protection for dreamers. Lots of applause. There monica what if there is a big immigration reform but rather smaller piecemeal legislation. Right so if there's large immigration reform we'll see obviously many more of the eleven million people offered some sort of legal status or a path to citizenship smaller scope. Bills that are in. The works may have a better chance of getting through. And that's what biden was signaling to That would include as you mentioned. People who are often called dreamers or people who arrived to the united states as children we would also see people who work in the agricultural sector. Farmers offered some sort of legal status but the pressure will be on for advocacy groups to do much more than that. It's still even unclear whether those smaller scope bills will even have a chance of getting through this congress. What struck you about. What biden did not say last night. There is no mention of what is happening at the. Us mexico border that there is indeed a steep rise in migrants and asylum seekers there that currently within the united states we have more than twenty thousand kids and teenagers in federal government custody. It's a precarious situation for a lot of these kids. So monica anne-caroline. Let me bring you back into the conversation. A climate and immigration to areas that involve other countries. So what's the bottom line on international agreements and expectations on both climate and immigration Caroline you for climate well president biden was positioning the us as a global leader on climate change in this speech but really how much the us can lead internationally depends on how much it can get done. Domestically by insists that he can meet his ambitious new goal to cut carbon emissions fifty percent by twenty thirty without the help of congress. There's a lot of skepticism that that's true but will know more in the next couple of months regarding what happens with the two trillion dollar jobs and infrastructure plan. So he's saying we're gonna lead internationally but it kind of depends on what happens here on domestic soil. In contrast there an expectation that biden would perhaps we announce america's leading role in accepting refugees around the world trump essentially froze the us refugee program and there is a expectation that biden will restore the program. He hasn't yet and last night was seen as a perhaps an opportunity to announce that it's You know we're still waiting for that. There was immigration editor. Monica campbell and our environment correspondent carolyn. Bieler diving in president biden's remarks last night. Thank you both very much. You're welcome thanks marco. We'll be right back. You're listening to the world. i'm marco werman. This is the world. The annual kentucky derby is on saturday. The horse favored to win. This year is named essential quality the horse's owner sheikh mohammed bin rashid al-maktoum. He's the vice president and prime minister of the united arab emirates and ruler of the emirate of dubai. Some human rights lawyers don't want his horse to compete and they've made themselves known to the kentucky horse racing commission san marcus in is one of the authors of the complaint. He teaches law at the university of louisville brandeis school of law professor. Marcus and why should the shake and his horse be banned from the derby. Shaykh muhammad is a clear violator of human rights. He has been found by a british court to have abducted and beholding his thirty five year. Old daughter princess latifa since two thousand eighteen against her will after she tried to escape and all week asylum in the united states. He violated international law by seizing a us flag vessel in international waters using commandos hired by him for that. Purpose violates human rights and under our law here in kentucky that in hours. The horse racing commission here to bar him as someone who brings disrepute upon the horse racing industry. What is the update on his daughter. Princess latifa. when was the last time anyone heard from her. She has managed to smuggle out some videos. She has described her conditions for fear for her life that she is being held against her will but other than those videos. No one has seen her from outside of dubai other than mary robinson who attested to her belief that latifah was well but later acknowledged that she had been manipulated and regretted very much that she had made those statements. And calling for latifah's release you file the same complaint kentucky home and commission and twenty nineteen. It was not acted upon. Then what's changed since then and to suggest the outcome will be different this time. Well we don't know if the outcome will be different. The horse racing commission told us in twenty nineteen that they were not going to act based on what they called mir press reports of what had happened to latifah and that sheikh mohammed was involved now two years later we do have the british court decision that found these allegations to be true. That found the witnesses who attested to what happened when she was abducted to be credible and with those findings of a court of law we think that makes for a very different situation and puts the onus on the kentucky horse racing commission with they were implicitly saying was if there was a basis that they found credible they would act and now their opportunity to to actually do so and we think they need to sheikh mohammed is run ten horses in the derby since one thousand nine. How well known is a shaking kentucky like if you mentioned the shaked everyone know whom you're talking about. All no doubt that he is one of the most important people in the kentucky horse racing industry. His godolphin stables owned two breeding farms and they employ hundreds of people. They would absolutely no if anyone has any involvement whatsoever in horse racing. Ernie familiarity with horse racing. He would be as prominent and as well known as anyone. This side of bob baffert the trainer of six kentucky. Derby winners is a shake expected to be at the derby on saturday. He is not. We have been informed that he is not planning to attend and obviously his connections. The trainer and others with the stable will be there you know. We hope that people aren't sort of blaming the messenger that you know they feel like we're somehow diminishing or taking something away from the derby but instead look at shaykh muhammad as the reason why this is happening and hopefully joining the call that will hopefully at some point result in latifah being released san. Marcus teaches law at the university of louisville's brandeis school of law. He's one of the authors of the complaint filed yesterday to try to bar dubai shaykh muhammad and his horse essential quality from running in saturday's kentucky. Derby sam thank you very much for speaking with us. Thank you six years ago. This spring pope francis released a landmark encyclical on the environment. The teaching document framed taking care of the earth as a moral and ethical issue. It called on catholics around the world to join the fight against climate change. Our next guest is challenging the church itself to use its vast holdings of land as part of the solution. That's today on the big. Fix change is coming. Can we turn this around. What we do know would profoundly affect the next few houses molly. Burhan's is a cartographer and environmentalists from connecticut. She's also catholic and for the last five years. She's been on a quest to map. The churches land a huge undertaking. The catholic church it has its own set of jurisdictions that contiguous the cover the face of the earth almost like nation states. The church is also the largest state landowner in the world since two thousand sixteen hands has been working with vatican records to map that land with the nonprofit. He founded called good lands in some countries. Her maps provide a detailed picture of every property. The catholic church owns from church grounds to schools to hospitals. If is just completely surprising. Actually to learn that this hadn't been mapped yet. The history of cartography in the vatican is rich but brian says those maps are really out of date. There is kind of cut off of not making globally for the catholic church in it seems to be around the eighteen fifties perhaps says she was inspired by time. She spent with nuns when she was in her early twenties. She was struck by their humility and commitment to justice to her. There's a direct line between those values and how land is used managed. Our land is where we get resources to make the close to clothe the naked to quote scripture. It's where we build the shelter to house homeless and it is where we grow the food to feed the hungry. Perhaps as being able to see the church and its people on a map can help leaders plan for climate change. Making decisions about land really requires i would say maps to do it with any sort of environmental. Integrity is currently getting more request to environmental assessments on religious properties. Those could for example help leaders understand how to better protect habitat for threatened plants and animals on church on land or sea the vulnerability of community members to climate fueled natural disasters. Perhaps told me when we spoke that she and her group have already made a map. Visualizing rising sea levels on church properties here in boston and we flooded out the catholic properties within the boston archdiocese. So that helps them. See you know where stormwater management is potentially going to be an issue based on climate models so molly this your brainchild. How deeply is the vatican interested in working with you on this. And what is your ideal for how far they should take the stewardship of their land. Well i think the catholic conservation should be the next catholic healthcare. I think it should be the largest global network of its kind within century. That would be very nice right. That's ambitious. i'm not planning on doing it all myself. Don't worry faith-based organizations own the un estimates percent of the habitable land on earth so about the same size as india and sudan combined a religious institutions. Don't figure out how to manage their land. Climate change will not be solved on their absolutely key in two thousand eighteen. Pope francis did approve that established institution in the vatican. So i kind of made a very comprehensive proposal which was supposed to be renegotiating last year on the pandemic hit. So you know we'll see where it goes. Where does it go next. What's next for your project. We're going to continue working with not just the catholic church but other kind of communities who can benefit from the approach that we use this optimization of their property portfolios based on science and values or getting requests from a diversity of institutions. Molly bronze is a founder of good lands or organization makes maps to help institutions make better environmental decisions about their land starting with the catholic church. Molly thank you very much for speaking with us. Thanks very much marco. You're with the world. in china. the covid vaccine campaign is tricky. A writer in shanghai says some of her relatives are not just vaccine hesitant. They don't trust the vaccine because there are no cases in a province where they live they see vaccination more as fulfiling requirement from the government than doing something that protects themselves vaccine mistrust. Still ahead here on the world. I'm marco werman. This is the world. We are co production of gbh boston npr x. Here in the us we can breathe freely again in certain outdoor situations. That's after the cdc loosened its recommendations for face masks outside in mexico. The government suggests that people keep them on despite that many travelers from the. Us and elsewhere are visiting mexico and ditching the masks the world's mexico city correspondent jorges valencia reports. A lot of people are noticing more and more visitors without masks take digital content producer cheryl centers two weekends ago. I was with a friend waiting for order of tackle as industry in one of the main streets so crowded right now when she made eye contact with a man who was walking by. She says he was tall. Bald and speaking to someone in what sounded like american english and he was not wearing a mask and i guess he fell a little bit. I don't know and he starts screaming at me. Like what what are you want. why are you looking at. Santos says she felt intimidated. The guy was like twice her size. She's about five foot one but she was mad and she didn't back down and terry. I'm sorry i wasn't a better person but thirty million back saying like where am where am us. Son does posted about her experience on instagram. And she says she got response after response from other friends in mexico. Who were also annoyed about this. That thing is. I'm not cautious person. I'm not saying i'm not. I'm not policing anyone. I don't carry whatever you say you do. But we've in saving ourselves in our homes and then we go out and this happens. Travelers from the us and other corners of the world have been visiting mexico for months enjoying their visit with few pandemic restrictions officials only loosely enforced measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus and many tourists. Don't even bother to wear a face mask outdoors. Dr gustavo allies is a former epidemiologist with the pan american health organization. He says public health officials here are doing their best to prevent a third fourth or fifth wave but that politicians are ignoring them. For example president. Andres manuel lopez. Obrador has almost never been seen wearing a face mask in public. We have really bad Sampled with china japan and some other areas that were affected heavily by the first sauce. Epidemic and where leaders and general public don't scoff at face coverings or physical distancing measures. Ally says the mexican government could help prevent the spread of the five known strains in the world if it required a negative test for entry. He says he also wishes visitors. New mexico has one of the highest death rates in the world. If you have the discipline in your country to were masked social distancing and other public health measures continued to use those. I mean the virus is here and the versus there. You don't have a break by coming into mexico. Can i just ask you so. I double mass and i went to meet some tourists near downtown mexico city. I spoke with visitors from canada czech republic and these two guys from switzerland simone camilo and anderson. What was the purpose of your visit. Culture beach fruit. So where were you guys concerned at all about the pandemic and about the coronavirus when you decide to travel We met so many people from around the world. Because i think right here in mexico is the only place you can go where like still people are like living normal way of life kind of idea because i guess that's what i was wondering if you were concerned that you might get sick knol i don't i don't think about getting sick. Same actually had already coronavirus like five months ago. What about the the facemask. I was wondering why. Did you decide to not wear face masks today. Actually we got to the mass chaos. The just just to just to vote now just needs to grease normally. Yeah because i asked the reception. Is it forbidden to go out on the street and say no only when you go inside i and can i ask you a question i mean. Do you think we should wear a mask reach for to protect the people around us. Yeah i think so. Yes all right okay. Then i'm going to wear masks. No thank you so much. Visitors like simone camilo and andrea. Anderson are welcome. Mexico's says digital content producer cheryl santos many business owners depend on them including her. She runs a t shirt. Company called sona. That's to tourists general. We'll like foreigners we'd like to show them what's mexico city or mexico into dinner early about these just the ones that they really really don't care about anything here. Those are wanted. We would like to be more considerate it by doing something as simple santos says as protecting themselves and protecting the people are visiting for the world. I'm core valencia in mexico city in factories around the globe. Millions of people are forced to do work against their will many governments including the us or stepping up efforts to do something about that by imposing sanctions or monitoring accompany supply chain advocates. Say us customs and border patrol could play a crucial role in the effort by seizing imported goods made with forced labor but as the world's rupa shenoy reports that comes with some challenges gloves can keep us out of harm's way wherever we may be and whatever we may be doing. This is a promotional video. From the world's largest manufacturer of plastic disposable gloves it commands a fourth of the global market last year with the pandemic demand soared trump glow. We have been saving on protecting lives all over the globe but in order to do so. Top glove used forced labor in malaysia. That's according to evidence gathered by us customs and border protection or c. As a result last month bp band top glove products and began seizing. Its shipments coming into the us market. Did they do on benedetto. An interpreter helped me talk to a man who has worked in a top club factory in malaysia. For seven years. He didn't want to give his name for fear of losing his job. He support his parents wife son and daughter. They're from nepal. i mean everyone. The years he says supervisors forced employees to work twelve to fifteen hour shifts. Workers were packed tightly into each room last year that resulted in a massive covid. Make i asked him if things had changed since the. Us bank and top glove was islas. Edison that collisions have gotten better. He says now they're allowed to work. Just eight hour. Shifts and fewer workers are stationed in each room. John leonard says that's what's supposed to happen. He's cpib's top trade enforcement official and overseas its efforts to combat forced labor. Frankly it all comes down to economics if they want to stay in business if a lot of their market in the us. They'll take those steps and that's the that's what you want to happen. Because hopefully the lives of the workers will be better. Us law prohibits imports made with forced labor but until two thousand sixteen. There was a loophole that allowed goods in if there was consumer demand. Congress closed that loophole. And leonard says ever since the largest federal law enforcement agency has been ramping up in evolution. Up is getting better at it literally week by week month by month. Currently it has forty eight active bands in place that includes one on cotton and tomato products from the xinjiang province of china where independent groups have found. Leaguers are being forced to work in factories. Leonard says since. October cb p. has stopped about three hundred and fifty shipments worth fifty million dollars and this mission said is very emotional fourth and and it is something that the folks that worked In that area. Take a lot of pride in. And and i think it really motivates them despite that pride some say there are things. Cb needs to do better in order to address. The immense problem of forced labor government accountability office report found. Bp doesn't have the right staffing in place to really scale up some investigations stalled because there was no one to do them. The gao also found cb hasn't been transparent about the process companies have to go through to get sanctions lifted. Luciano rocco is with the firm fully hogue which advises companies on international compliance. B p acting as the investigator judge and jury in these matters and there's typically no public explanation of what specific evidence. Vp relied on in determining that there was reasonable or conclusive evidence of the use of force labor child. Labor that complaint is echoed by esmerelda lopez legal and policy director of the global justice international labor rights forum currently win a petitioner files and allegation with cb like my organization. There is no clear standard by which we know that d. p. is making its decision. Lopez says her group has provided evidence about companies that it was sure built in ban or in. Cpi jargon withhold release order we have submitted petitions for which the withhold release orders have been issued. And we believe that they should have been leonard says his agency tries to be as transparent as possible he says an interdisciplinary group inside c. Bp gathers evidence to determine a finding of forced labor as defined by the international labour organization. They look at media reports or reports by other government agencies and consider information from non-governmental organizations and civil society groups cbc's personnel overseas also evaluate working conditions ultimately like a lot of federal agencies. The the final decisions are made up here at headquarters in washington. Dc but we get a lot of input from our folks all around the country and folks that work in our ports eventually auto gonen vanilla. A flower bothers me now. The top glove walker in malaysia. I talked to hopes the. Us finds a way to do more because he says worker abuse is rampant. If the us refuses to buy the goods they make he says it could change a lot of lives for the world. I'm rationally in pakistan. After weeks of violent protests the government caved to a hardline islamist group. The gop the world. Sarah birnbaum has more now on what the gop is this month in pakistan. Hundreds of thousands of people went into the streets to protest. They brought the country to a standstill. The protests soon turned at least four policemen and an unknown number of protesters were killed. Hundreds more were wounded and in lahore protesters time eleven policemen hostage. The protests were organized by a group called tariq la back or t lp. It's a hard line islam group. It wants lama body to expel the french ambassador to pakistan and ban french goods because of something that happened in france last year the newspaper charlie hebdo decided to reprint caricatures of the prophet muhammad on the streets of lahore. One protester a man named osman qadri spoke to local television stations movie substituted. I'm not he says we want the police either to shoot us or expel the french ambassador because there is nothing more important to us than the honor of the prophet islamist groups are nothing new in pakistan. But what is new. Is that in just a few years. The teepee has become one of pakistan's most powerful lobbies paralyzing the country with violent protests and dictating terms to the government. So what happened. The tpp began as a faction in twenty fifteen a christian pakistani woman as the abebe was put on death row for insulting the koran. The then governor of punjab said she should be pardoned for that he was assassinated shot twenty seven times by his bodyguard late job governors mantas passing to market in his slama baldwin. One of his security guards shot him dead. The bodyguard mumtaz qadri was arrested and sentenced to death under the law of the land. And the t. l. p. he. It came together as a group calling for qadri release. He was hanged in two thousand sixteen. But the t. lp kept looking for blasphemers. French are only the latest the t. l. p. can mobilize huge crowds by playing on religious sentiment. Says hasan a boss. Abbass is an expert on religious extremism at national defense university in washington and the other of the prophets air. The idea is that this group is the defender of the owner of the prophet for ordinary people on the street without knowing the intricacies of the nuances of the details on just make to believe that they by coming out on the streets by blocking the road by pressurizing the government they are the frontline group in the world. Today which is defending honor of the prophet pakistan's prime minister imran khan has struggled with how to contain the -til p. about a week into this month's riots. Khan said he would not be blackmailed by violence. And he banned the t. lp anti-terrorism laws extremism scholar hassan. A boss the deal tugs were seen on television screens across the country. Beating a police kidnapping police officials in round conn took a principal stand that we are declaring this organization to terrorist organization but then two days later const government changed its position offer botticelli. Own mcdumber where you'll get most of pakistan's interior minister shake rushing off med announced the government would negotiate with the p and take up a resolution in parliament to expel the french ambassador hussein. Economy was pakistan's ambassador to the us. Now he's with the hudson institute a think tank in washington he says khan is trying to balance international pressure with the risk of alienating pakistan's conservatives these protests game at a time when pakistan is about to face the hearing from the un's dos force on money laundering and terrorist financing. So he's trying to cramming same string to appear tough that yes. We are acting against any group that engages in violence so he banned them down the world he was acting against them and then he started negotiating with them to be able to keep them on his side scholars. Say there's a pattern here. One that goes way back raza. Rumi is a political scientist. At ithaca college in a way about among is doing is is symptomatic of the larger story of pakistan's state because it has always capitulate to clergy. Rumi says the religious right has always had an outsized influence on the government. And the mola's have always kind of dictated dear will whether it comes to constitution making laws Other important issues and the state has always had to surrender because pakistan identifies itself as an islamic country. last week pakistan's national assembly started debate on the resolution to expel the french ambassador. This is sort of like how how who with thinking. Lawmakers from all major political parties declared their support for the t. lp's ideology the resolution has been tabled for the time being as the country's focus has shifted to cove it but ambassador. Connie says the whole episode has only empowered the fundamentalists sick voices in bucks on her more or less being shut down. And so basically. Now everybody's just trying to outdo each other in being in islamist and when that happens he says pakistan becomes more and more isolated on the global stage for the world. I'm sarah birnbaum in his speech last night. President biden urged the house to pass the covid nineteen hate crimes act to protect asian americans pacific islanders. Violence against asian americans is a focus of our next online forum with harvard chan school of public health. What can policymakers and the public due to combat anti asian hate crimes and threats. Email your questions to my world at the world dot. org and stream. The conversation live tomorrow at noon. Eastern details or at the world dot. Org the to chinese corona virus vaccine manufacturers evac sign a farm of exported hundreds of millions of doses across the planet but back home in china. They're battling vaccine skepticism. Most chinese are not rushing out to get the jab. They're worried about the safety and efficacy of the chinese vaccines. Shanghai resident and author yashuv zhang recently. Got her shot though and told us about her experience and the changing levels of trust her fellow chinese have in authorities and science a couple of weeks ago i was searching online to find out when ordinary people in china could sign up for the vaccine last week. I saw this notice in our neighborhood saying that we can. Now go to the neighborhood office to registry. And i was very excited and i the next day you had he not. Everybody is so excited about the vaccine. I was just spending time with my family for the tomb sweeping festival in early april and people like my cousin have been notified by their neighborhood to go get their first shot. Their attitudes were more like ra algo at some point but they didn't feel an urgent need to get it done and some others like my uncle. Were more concerned about the side effects. He thought those who get early or like little mice being experimented on because there are no cases in the province where they live they see the vaccination more as fulfilling a requirement from the government than doing something that protects themselves. and and trainees. We always say she else. Anthon do which means any medicine is thirty percent poison. So i'm going to get the first shot of the coronavirus vaccine afternoon. I didn't think it would be a big deal. But i guess i am a little bit nervous about it because i couldn't fall asleep last. May i arrived at this large center. Where people in his district goal to get vaccinated and people were queuing up at the entrance. Dramatic there were lots of loudspeakers. I there was this one saying. Come this way. You're getting your first shot. Come that way it's recycled shod. And then there was anything people above sixty years old go this way and the low sixty years old. Go that way so they tried to keep things and took when it came to my turn. I sat down in front of the nurse. Who asked me to sign of foreign to make sure i met the requirements for the vaccine shall then. I came to another nurse. Who told me. I was getting the vaccine produced by a beijing company and then she gave me an injection which and before. I even felt anything then with more loudspeakers directing the way. I came to this oxidation where lots of people were sitting and waiting for their time to leave. The hell process took no more than forty five minutes and soon i with home again. Jailing perfectly fine And that got me thinking since early last year china has been mostly in control of the pandemic and our life here has been so much less affected by it compared to some other countries. People like to talk about that. So i think how well we've been doing lately. Definitely helped rebuild people's trust in the government which sought in the champion show since one example was in january this year. They found three near low cases in shanghai and that was the first time since november that a local case was confirmed able should the government quickly tracked down source of the outbreak and identified. The people were in touch with instead of testing a ton of people and shutting the whole city down. They try to limit the number of people affected by and simply locked down a few neighborhoods. I remember reading a feature article about a disease investigator who is involved in this process. He said tracking down the cases was like trying to trap rats in a porcelain shop so the goal is not just a fine the mice but also not to break everything. The outbreak was brought under control after about a week and only sixteen cases were confirmed in the end. As far as we know. I think most people in shanghai were quite proud of how efficiently and effectively to shanghai government dealt with this I have a feeling that in china sciences not completely separate from politics when we think about science in relation to the corona virus we immediately think of the authority figures such as joe nine shan earlier. I talked to dr john. Perpetual jong is china's jungle in home. So john is credited with preventing the pandemic from taking hold in shanghai. They represent the experts in controlling the virus and the voice of the government. Let's find out the answer and they've been telling us what to do and what not to do. And people trust them to not be happy with how the government has dealt with a pandemic this song. Hi my mother said proudly that shanghai government is one of the most effective managing crisis kushtia impression that in general people in china have a high level of trust and authority. They trust that. The officially approved vaccine can't be too bad and they trust that the government is doing the best they can to protect its people. The pandemic has heightened the degree to which were being watched. We become our health codes having to show them everywhere. We go and wherever we go. The government knows but most people think this system for the common good. We are sacrificing a bit of our individual freedom. But this is how we get things done and dunk for the better. As far as the pandemic is concerned. I don't think this is raw That was shanghai resident yashuv. Our story was produced by joyce hackel and ian costs finally today a taste of the future for many of us but for a bunch of music fans in new zealand. It's a taste of last saturday. This is how the network aljazeera reported in new zealand. There is no pandemic no social distancing or face masks or overwhelmed hospitals in so it is here that fifty thousand fans could cram into a stadium for a concert a world first since covid nineteen. Here was auckland new zealand's biggest stadium a rock concert the final stop for the kiwi band. Six sixty we leave you today with their latest single. All she wrote new zealand's own sixty. That's all she wrote. And that's our show. Today the world comes from the nanan. Bill harris studio gb. Boston be safe. Stay strong tomorrow's friday. We'll see then.

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I think it's monday is it monday told bents. Has this ever happened to you. Are you convinced as i am today. That the whole world is playing a prank on you and it really is only sunday. Yes i looked at my. My phone says monday may tenth. I'm like well someone could have gone in there. jack. I think so. I don't remember having a sunday. So what day is it. Someone come clean. who can i trust. You can't trust any of us but it is monday. Sorry you all to be a part of this conspiracy. Be german show. It'd be a lot of fun on monday sunday. Let's tell him it's monday. We'll get up early. I don't know it doesn't feel like a monday. So therefore we're going to treat like sunday who wants to go out for brunch anyway brunch giving all case in the sunshine man. This convince me. It doesn't matter what day it is when he got music like this. What year is this from nate. So old it doesn't have a date scary. He stuck in that sunday congestion. Welcome today hello froggy. This is nineteen eighty-one gandhi danielle. Sam scotty be morning. Welcome to the show. Good morning turn it up there. You go give it up. Casey sunshine band. Last time i saw him he was working behind. The counter of a convenience store believe it or not trivial. Yeah carries his name. I think harry harry wing cases who've been working. He's doing his thing anyway. Welcome to the day. I'm almost convinced it's monday. I don't know i don't know. So how many mothers got shafted yesterday. You're expecting a day for you and nothing happened anyone. I think it happened a lot. I my mom definitely thought i- shafted her. But it's because i texted her very early in the morning. Are you awake yet. And i was waiting for her response. I didn't wake her up early. Mother's day she claims she never got the text message. So she's not. I left her in the dust. But by your kids turn your microphone other. Hello i'm sorry. Scary isn't working it's nate. Oh my gosh okay. Calm down down. It was the most important button you needed to push. I don't hear myself on my headphones. What the hell are you doing here. You and your head frame. I'm very low. So i'm wondering if i'm very low on the actual air. I'm not sure your sound good nate. You sound like you're screaming. This is not easy where skiers stuck in the service. Why are you yelling man. It's only sunday monday. Feels like a sunday to me. Talk to can you find airlines. Hit that button. Hello welcome to what we think is monday. I dunno lady there you go to. Hey how there. It is monday and you work for the sheriff's department so i trust you. It is monday. How was your weekend a. I pulled a double shift yesterday so i was unable to see my mom but i got on the phone with her and i thought her for a little while so that would puffier. She proud that you chose law enforcement. I i sure hope so definitely was not the plan route but hey you know whatever whatever pays the bills and you know it's it's nice doing For for people you know and we know you do Thank you for choosing that line of work and thanks for keeping us safe. We appreciate it hardware and absolutely men and women long when women women and win. She can't pump men and women in law enforcement Don't get the credit. They deserve when they're great. What they do deserve credit. Thank you very much in europe first caller the day. Believe it or not. We're going to send you in morning. Show scrubs from hackensack meridian. They're on the way off from. Thank you guys you to you. Tell your mom. We said happy mother's day. Belated hold on one second. Okay i put him on hold did i. Did i know. Hey i gotta ask you. Why are you so frazzled. Not easy i mean. Can you hear him your microphone. So low on. Listen i have. It's like playing an instrument. I don't know this particular saxophone yet. You know what i mean. okay. I'll tell you what our anniversary show. I'm going to be sitting there. I'm going to be running the board again in. The show's finally going to sound like a real show. Daddy get in there and showing how it's done all right. We've got lots to cat sean. Fon but first we start with the news. The three things we need to know gandhi. What's going on all right. The white house is issuing an emergency declaration over the shutdown of a major oil pipeline following a cyber attack on friday the colonial pipeline. That supplies much of the east coast was shut down after computer. Systems were infected with ransomware. The regional emergency will provide support for transportation of gas and other refined petroleum products to seventeen states and the district of columbia. As for who's responsible it's believed to be a russian hacking group known as dark side officials. Say that they are relatively new but have caused a lot of trouble pretty quickly. The investigation is continuing. There is a light at the end of the tunnel in the us and it seems to be growing a bit brighter. White house covered nineteen response coordinator. Jeffrey zions told cnn that the nation is turning the corner on the pandemic but he stressed how important it is for people to still get vaccinated and wear masks inside. He says fifty eight percent of all adults now have at least one shot adding that everyone needs to say disciplined to get back to normal and finally a lot of controversy. Because hall of fame trainer. Bob baffert says he's been informed by the kentucky horse racing commission that his kentucky derby winner medina spirit tested positive for drugs after the race. Oops i know. The trainer says he was told the horse tested positive for beta method zone but denies that the horse was treated with them as with the medication as of now. Medina spirit is not disqualified from winning the derby. But we'll see how that goes and those are your three things. Thank you guys. Ready for your sunday. Yeah mondays here. We go on the radio okay. Sorry i'm really the morning show. Hey it's jerry. Jones state farm is the real deal when it comes to car and home insurance bill for personalized service and an award winning easy to use mobile app just part of what makes their rates so surprisingly great so when you want the real deal like a good neighbour state farm is there. Elvis duran in the morning show. Well well well. We celebrated a little hard for mother's day yesterday. Not a mother. Incite uncle johnny and alex in me and i'm trying to wake up. I still think it. Sunday accountable mine. I went to bed like at six it. It was an early day. Then coffey how do you wake yourself up. Do you ever slapped yourself on a not a good way. I put ice cold water in my face to wake my cellphone water. You smoke a joint. That'll get you going. Don't take me right back down face slack. Oh no oh oh terrible. Water water water but we'll get. I need that energy boost. Yeah caffeine's not gonna kick in quite yet hookers and blow. I need hookers and blow. Yes see if it was a sunday. I'd go get those survey surveyed. People they say drinking coffee go for a walk drink. Water eat some chocolate listen to music. Open a window get some air. Roll down the window. If you're driving eat candy. Drink and energy drink. He'd an energy bar. These are the things. I've lab to accomplish each and every one of these before the the days over wow candy and an energy during first thing in the morning bowl sounds like a way to have some type of like spazzy twitch going on something. We're take thank you for showing up for work. they're scary. We're worried about you. My pleasure you know there are a lot of cars that can actually come to my defense that they were where i was and that was stuck at the holland tunnel entrance at the mouth as we say because there was an accident side and only closed for twenty minutes. But it's now open and moving. Okay good so i'm here. We noticed that you're here scared. You notice they do. How did he do to be on. Your absence was definitely not the look. I love you. Nate nate not the best. What did i do wrong. What a few buttons were. Okay harassed when they should have been pressed one wasn't engaged that one button that was danielle's but nothing else with flawless. We got to get nate into his super high pitch voice and then we realized that as much as we make fun of scary for being a little bit nervous behind the board needs way worse. I don't need this. he doesn't need. I don't need. I can handle that for another day. Yes for another day exactly a with a little more energy a little more practice. Maybe naked stepping come on. I used to do that for a living for like six years. I would run somebody else's board. I haven't done it in ten reasons. There's a reason why you haven't done. It can't wait till we come in for our twenty fifth anniversary. Show because i'm going to be back at the controls again. It will be interesting. It can't we might have. You forgot that now. I've been running board and since before you were in diapers. Oh okay give me a big old gates. And i'll run it. Let's talk about him. That's a brand of anyway. Let's get into whatever it is. We get into right here. Who's doing them with gandhi. This morning i this morning. I would love that all right. Happy birthday if you celebrate. Today you're celebrating with keenan thompson and bano have a great day. Capricorn prioritized those closest to you and your personal life and let them know you care nor days in eight aquarius. Your bright and bubbly personality will attract a host of new and exciting opportunities here days. Ten pisces. talk about your feelings and express yourself to those around you. Your day is a ten aries. Your own creative you own you. Jesus sam own your creative ability and use them to your advantage your days innate torres. Look at what cards you've been dealt and use them to your advantage. Your day is a nine gemini stay organized and do not let other people throw unnecessary problems. Your way your days a nine cancer head into a group project and make sure to allow free flowing fun and ideas. Your day is an eight. Ooh leo unexpected. Opportunities could emerge from an unlikely source. Your days nine virgo. Your mind is too distracted to focus on any one goal so take a break and shut off the noise. You're days seven. Libra strategize your future and create a checklist to keep you on. Track your days in eight scorpio. Be aware of those friends and family members. Who want to help you grow. Your day is nine. Ooh and finally sagittarius look out for a wolf in sheep's clothing and be aware of who you're leading into your social circle your days seven and those are your monday morning horoscopes. Excellent heavy figured out. How you guys were calling me. And i picked up in there and then you say you never called me. No i think around in your phone. Yes something's going on. i never called you either. I got. I got two calls from froggy attract and yesterday afternoon. I called him back and he's like what why didn't call you training. So i showed you the log i saw. I did not in the nate calls. Me what does he want. I call him back white. What do you want. Sunday is like. I didn't call you you. Did you call me so weird. This is weird to get to the bottom of it. I was you do remember sending me a stock tip yesterday morning right. Yes i did like coin crap the bed by now that part i didn't take place in all all right. I'm gonna keep an eye on the phone. it's all it's all. I can act and wacky going on. I can just tell today is going to be a wacky weird day anyway daniels. I report of the day on the way. What do you have coming up dan. Oh my gosh so much craziness. Bill and melinda gates. The split just gets weirder and weirder. I mean the way up to this the morning show. So let's talk about audible plus you've heard of audible audibles fantastic audible. Plus is fantastic. You can listen. All you want to amazing selections of titles and shows audible plus members have unlimited access to thousands of select audible originals audiobooks podcasts including popular and exclusive new shows. You can't get anywhere else streaming download. All you want with audible originals. They include shows and series and documentaries created exclusively for them. You can't get anywhere else. Some of the audible originals included with auto plus audibles exclusive sleep collection. 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Johnny came out to the funny farm for the weekend. And so we cram them in the car and alexander gonna drive down to some grocery store to get some something. I don't know we went to the farm. Stand right all right. We'll take something home and cook it because we we can't get into any restaurant. It's mother's day and mother's day restaurants. You can't get it so we drove by the tewksbury in and parked out front in the illegal parking and said alex run. Run-in see if you can get us a table. He said they're not gonna let us in there. Totally packed people milling around. And so just go ask now okay. So i parked and i walked in and she said absolutely plenty of room for you what she says that. On mother's day people make reservations in multiple restaurants. So they asked mommy. Where do you wanna go eat. She says where she wants to eat. It's on their list. They can go. And they don't cancel the other restaurants. They cancelled them. She said they had tons of cancellations. That makes sense because my girlfriend did that. So i guess a lot of people do it. She made it in a couple and then she asked her mom and her mom's like i'm feeling like this and so they went there and they cancelled and last night. I actually said wait a minute. I thought you were going to the other place. She goes no no no. My mom decided what's up. Okay thank god all your friend. Maybe seat we got. We sat down and of course we're surrounded by tables of families and they're having a great time you know grandmothers holding the granddaughter and the mother just a good feeling great launch. Drink drink a couple bottles of wine and call today and it's so nice to see everybody like hugging in being able to interact because last year was like that. So it's so nice to be able to have that so we never made it to the farm stand. So we went to the farms towns and all the way home olders there's the gladstone tavern over there. Let's stop in and have a cocktail well. So we'll go janis abc to you. Cocktail got home. It was time to take it up so took an app. Five o'clock i woke up for hours ago three hours that it was a great night. So what when you woke up where you like. Wait where am. I convinced it's monday. I still think it sunday. it's not. It is sunday today. Is yesterday okay. What's that do you remember calling me and then uncle johnny. Alex started playing pots pans in the background when he called me. So here's what happened. Alex has that stupid ass app on his phone. It's called prank call. So he could put something on his phone. My phone will ring in which froggy calling a pick it up and you're not there twice so i call you back froggy. Where are you calling me in hanging up and you say i never called you time and i had your phone calls right here. You called me and now it makes sense why. Alex is in the background yelling. What did you call him in. Hang up or sandwich so then my phone rings. and it's nate. i'm like what do you want pick it up. I didn't i didn't call you. You're right here. I have no clue what you're talking about some in so so. Meanwhile uncle johnny and mac alex marching through the kitchen playing beating the pans with spoons. Oh my gosh it sounds like a weekend with the lost boys but the beating of the pans brings back memories of this one. New year's eve will we got so wasted because we played that. What was it power hour or something like that. What every minute you have to take a shot and then you bang pan when the minutes time up. Oh my god. The headache i had from the oh was not thought. Were you at that time i was. It was right before i got married. So yeah so no. One in kitchen was okay. It was that's awesome. I love it. One of them's knocking on the door. Eighty i think it was thirty. I was thirty one. I did it. And now i know that this exists. I have to downloading. No no no so many ways. Let's get into the field goods with sam sam mother's day i did my mom florida's all over telling us we're gonna go to the park but really she just had all of the gentlemen. My sister's boyfriend's move furniture in the back. She said it was her perfect mothers day. I get that she was nice. Labor uncle johnny is still in slumber. Upstairs he will join us momentarily. Uncle johnny jokes. So there's some goods. What do you have saying. All right c. n. atro- piano sent v the story which prioritises empathy over everything else. And i think that is beautiful so in mount vernon new york. A homeless man was caught shoplifting. A pair of socks from dollar tree. officers christopher cartwright and jason voulez responded to the stores call and recognizing the scope of the situation. One decided not to arrest him. But instead officer cartwright bought him fifteen pairs of socks. Aw and right. And that officer voulez told the ma'am please if you need anything in. The future stopped by the police headquarters. We will help you. So i will take stories of police officers stepping beyond their job to help someone any day. Thank you so much. Tina for sending me this and if you have a story that deserves to be featured email me sam at elvis duran dot com subject minefields. Thank you sam. What'd you have for dinner last night by the way. Oh a lot of cheese from the charcuterie board. I made and i am backed up. You're welcome have it on the way. What do you have coming up daniel. We're gonna talk about some of the mother's day notes that the celebrity center their moms. How'd you get goes. Oh you know. I got my ways that and more on the way after. This is jay z. What's up machine gun shared with hovis durant in the morning show. Are you hiring for spring. Good so whether you need a civil engineer in new york or a mascot in missouri ziprecruiter's technology finds people with the right experience for your job and then invites them to apply. And now you can try it for free. Only ziprecruiter dot com slash elvis. I loved it lunch yesterday. The guy sitting at the table across the room vaccinated and read it at f-. Oh my goodness wow all right. Well thanks for letting us know uncle. Johnny did something at lunch. Yesterday i was a little embarrassed for a second and then i was happy. He did it out no he did that. Oh my god don't even get started. It was so gross. This is before he took his teeth out We had a way to really sweet guy. Nice guy and johnny says hey. Would you mind doing me a favor. And i was like okay. Well he says yes sir. What what may i do for you. Would you mind putting your mass down so we could see what you look like. And i sat there thinking. Okay sure so. He pulled his mask down his chin. Really great looking guy. You could not have you with the mask on. You would not have known that part of his face there for you would not have seen the face. So he said is that okay. Thank you. I like a lot and he pulled his mask backup and the guy walked away and said johnny. Thanks for doing that. Exactly i mean. Do you ask people that all the time when you go out to eat. He said yeah he says sometimes they refuse and that's okay. He said. I really really wanna see who this is. But they're being very nice to us. They're taking good care of us. I wanna see them. I want to see the whole thing. So i thought that was kinda cool. What if he would have pulled. The mass down. And ben like busted hideous. Do you still make a comment like. Oh my god well. I don't think we were looking for like a fashion show or a beauty. The need to complete the face so totally that connection with someone right. Have you guys ever done that now. I don't ask you to pull your mass down just at the airport when they're looking at me but i said well of course a johnny. It's your turn. Now pull your pants down and show everyone which find you anyway. It was nice. It was nice to see a person's face. Yeah i never thought we ever live in a world where you could say that like this weekend. My sister in law and brother came over and we had a small gathering for mother's day and nobody had to wear masks because everybody was vaccinated and it was small. And i'm like this and it's felt so weird. We're all like dude. This is really weird. The see you without your mascot. It's just so strange to me. I don't know you know it was nice that it was a nice feeling. Oh it's so nice so more and more of our restaurant in new jersey anyway are picking up and they're they're letting more people in but everyone's being very safe everyone's being really cool so i feel cool you know. I always look around to see who's doing what. And if johnny would get up and go to the bathroom. I go johnny put on your mask. H right okay. Abide by the rules and we had a great day out. It was awesome. Hey daniel yes let's go all right. What do you have this hour. So yesterday was mother's day obviously and a lot. Celebrities took to social to wish their mothers berry Happy mother's day and some first time moms this year sophie turner. Nikki bella leah. Michelle katy perry. Billy lord emma roberts. My favorite though was ryan reynolds. Because you know he and his wife or blake lively they go back and forth with each other. They troll each other on social hysterical. He wrote never could have predicted. An anonymous Oh my gosh. Air paul here never could have predicted anonymous airport. Sex would lead to. This is my. That was my favorite of the day. He's so cute. I love him i. I don't know if you've been following bill and melinda gates but Yeah so apparently. The divorce has been a long time coming She's been talking to lawyers since october of two thousand. Nineteen the two of them. Met jeffrey epstein back in two thousand thirteen now. She thought he was creepy and thought they shouldn't have anything to do with him. Meanwhile bill allegedly started flying on epsteins private jet as far back as twenty thirteen and then things came to a head in two thousand nineteen and she started talking to lawyers and you know how the rest goes but so interesting. it's like every day. Something new comes out about them. Kind of crazy jeff flow. You guys know. He took over for tiger king. He says he's received a creepy anonymous letter from someone saying that carol baskin's ex husband is buried under her house now. This isn't the first time a letter like this has come through back in two thousand twenty. Another person sent something and just signed it the faithful witness saying that. Yeah the the person that he's buried underneath the house. So i don't know i just want her house to get done. I don't know if they're gonna look into it and like you said dig up the house but we will see tick-tock stars. Charlie and dixie demilio are launching their own clothing line. It's called social tourists they they're partnering with hollister looks like next thursday's when that's going to drop so. I just laughed at this. Because i was like no bleep. Sherlock we all do the same thing. This isn't news. Gwyneth paltrow admits oh diet went a little off the rails during quarantine. I drank some alcohol and had some bread and pasta really. That's that made headlines. Yesterday we all drank alcohol and had bread and pasta lady. You're not alone. Are is going out to president obama and michelle. They are mourning. The loss of their dog. Bo bo passed away twelve years old. I had cancer so our best is going out to them. Dj callan has the number one album. Cala cala congratulations. There and the family of mac miller is asking fans not to buy or read. The upcoming all unauthorized biography is called most dope. The extraordinary life of mac miller. It's coming out in january. They said they had nothing to do with it. They have not authorized it. They have not endorsed it and they do not want people to read it tonight on. Television finding dory is on regular television. So if you wanna watch that you've got the voice. It's live the good doctor. Hbo gives you the crime of the century and over on peacock. We are loving girls five ever if you want some nostalgia from the nineties this is the show for you And that is my daniel report daniel funded do anything fun. Somebody can find like a fun game upon something. We have a couple of games we do. We have the the one game that we came up on. Friday is kind of tough. I'll fill you guys in in the break and you decide if you're are we in the movie tough tough to hints for this one so we have to hints. Okay all right. We'll find something for you. Let's get into some trouble getting into trouble two days in a row getting do have a one thousand dollar phone tap on the way sponsored by our friends at raoult's ray. Oh oh my god raoult's homemade absolutely all right that and more on the way. hang on. we're back after. This is part of today's show. Elvis duran on demand free show posted every day surge on demand. Iheartradio app elvis durant in the morning. Show elvis duran and the morning show what we always call this day. Mother's day junior. I don't want mother's day to end mothers as so great. I was seeing the families out with each other and smiles and taking pictures and you know grandkids and hugging grandma. And i it was. It was a positive day. It was great and then walks alex and uncle johnny and meet so we proclaimed johnny was our mother yesterday. So we have very happy mother's day you know when he was in the service at fort dix spelled. Dax often he. He was the cook they called. They called him mother marino. Oh he made the food. Everything was brown every item. So he's gonna there so he was our mother yesterday. We had a nice mother's day with them. We're still putting the bits and pieces together to try to figure out what happened investigator day. I think we may have to go back to one restaurant and finish paying a bill for good night. I thought you played the bill. I thought you pay the bill or face there again. We should probably figure that out anyway. So uncle johnny has a few jokes he wants to tell us. He's upstairs working with those right now. He's making them perfect. We do have a one thousand dollar raoult's homemade free money phone tap on the way on and there you have it so let's play a game kind of game. You wanna play today. Oh well we always fun. We have the feud right we also. I think gandhi has a game. You have mother's day cards. I think all that's right. You know we always go through the trash cans of the stars to pull out the mother's day cards. Yes okay okay. I haven't even gone through these so wish mother's day card. Oh from prince harry to megan markle also nice megan. You've been hit with so much and you stood up and faced it from the evil british press to my family who are racists. Happy mother's day that rhyme their mother's day card. Kim kardashian to her mother. Kris jenner When it comes to supportive moms you are the best. I need you even more now. Since i'm dumping kanye west. Happy mother's day signed cordell. Wow that's really okay. Sexiest man alive. Arguably ray gagen page. Oh my gosh. If he doesn't win this year it's a bs that's for sure. I'm sure his mom loves him too. He sent her this card from regime. I'm sorry reggae. John page to his mom. Mom i love you for so many reasons especially since. You're the only woman who isn't mad. I'm not on the next bridgeton season happy. Mother's day tempo tempo. Problems one from president biden for the first lady. Dr jill biden. Okay how do we get this one through the washington service service people. All right from president biden. First lady. jill biden jill. You run the greatest moms. I've ever seen as for your mother's day gift. I'm counting the vaccine. Oh he gave getting back. The gas danielle. Yes daniel minero. Mother's day cards. Okay mom you taught me to be kind and unlike me. You're never loud and brash. And i know it was dead not you who passed down my mustache spencer. Yeah that's it. That's more yeah. Tom brady to his mom. When it comes to the best mothers you will always get my vote. Some might even say you're the mama goat. I have you mother's day gandhi. Here's one from you mom. you're the best. Some might say incredible so this year. I got you a bag full of edibles happy. Mother's day mom. I love how the job always pot or a mustache saying. There are other things to make. Fun of. Guys to britney spears. Sent out a mother's day card mom. You have always been as sweet as honey so. Please tell dad to give me my dan money. Mother's day that one. I believe and what i thought. I would bring out of the box of my box of memories from me to my mom. Mom i miss you so much. God only knows and i also miss wearing your pantyhose. Happy mother's day. That's one another what the hits keep coming. Bill decided to send a mother's day card to melinda gates. You've been a great mother helped to build a happy home but now it looks like you're getting half of everything we own happy mother's day okay. One another one from cardi pain. Yeah this'll be good. Come on bleep. Bleep. mother's day to me occur. If you got a bleep bleep. Problem with that. You bleep bleep. You can eat my bleep. Bleep occur all i could find. It's all down on your cell phone. Go down on me. I'm down a whoever wrote those cars fine with me. I'm i'm living life. I'm good all right. Let's get into the three things we need to know coming up next year. One thousand dollar raoult's who made homemade an uncle. Johnny should be falling down the stairs in a few moments to give some uncle johnny jokes. God only knows what that's going to bring so Into the news. I three things we need to know. Gandhi what's going on oil. Prices are rising this morning after a pipeline had to shut down due to a cyber attack. Nearly half of the fuel supply on the east coast comes from the colonial pipeline which transports more than two million barrels a day. The white house stepped in last night amid fears of shortages. Granting an emergency waiver this means oil products can be shipped to new york in tankers. The company will restart the pipeline once. They've decided it's safe to do so. After a lot of speculation as to what would happen with the remains of a chinese rocket we now know much of it. Burned up breaking breaking up as it came into the atmosphere and it landed in the indian ocean just near the maldives over the weekend. There were no reports of any injuries. Chinese media confirmed that the out of control rocket landed saturday evening in that body of water. The us space agency has also been tracking its path and officials with nasa are criticizing china for lack of planning with the return to earth. Are we sure. Daniel wasn't driving. I thought about that. I'm not positive. Finally this is the stuff. Dreams are made of italy's capital. Now has pizza vending machines. Why starting i know. They're starting in rome. They're super cool. Customers can actually watch. The machine need the bread than top the dough through a little window on the machine. It can cook four types of pizza in three minutes with each pizza costing about five to seven. Us dollars sounds dreamy. So we're all going to sit around and wait for those bad ways to get here. I will be first in line and those are your three things. You're asking you italians. What they thought of the pizzas and they. They were not impressed now. Trash pizzas dean rush beaches. This take a break. Your one thousand dollar raoult's free money. Phone tap is coming up right after this kgo. We should take a break before things get out of hand. We'll be back after this is instantly recognisable strain in the morning show. Yeah we got some money. It was great. I was shopping with uncle. Johnny at king's yesterday the supermarket and he he looked over the left. He's got a lot of lot of raoult's he he's i didn't know raoult's did more than just as sources pastas got. Soups got frozen entrees. Everything all around the country raoult's is done it raoult's homemade we love raoult's it started with that little restaurant uptown and now it's in your house and it makes cooking so easy and you actually trust a jar of sauce. I never thought in a million years. I would ever say that right or do you agree with me. Daniel oh my gosh. It's the most amazing. I i don't even and i do you. What do you do you add stuff to yours or do they actually want you to. If you know. I mean if you want to but i always add some garlic and a little bit of oil and a little bit of this than some cheese and some heated up so good with some red pepper flakes. Whatever raoult's homemade it's perfect every single time even if you don't add anything to it of course always there in your covered in radio so raoult's homemade sauces. Thanks to them. You're about to win a thousand dollars so next time you're in the store. Pickup couple bottles support our friends at rails homemade be called a one hundred thousand one eight hundred two four two zero one hundred. Who does phone taps. Gary jarrett hero. Garrett's phone tap randy. Elvis duran phone tap. Alright gary all right so Joanna is playing a phone tap on her husband. George george works late so he comes home in the middle of the afternoon and he puts in. You know a good night's sleep starting at like three or four o'clock in the afternoon joanne's away on business so she's not around to wake georgia tino go do stuff with the kids so she thought it would be good for us to wake georgia. Wow georgia heavy sleeper. A little bit. Let's see what happens. It's garrett's phone tap. Let's see what goes on here. Listen closely hello. Good afternoon mr. This is your wakeup call. Why have a great day Hello who is it. Good afternoon. Mr. this is your three wakeup call. What are you calling the. Have a great day kid me. Hi this mr lewis. Good afternoon. This is your four. Oh four wakeup call me. A great day Are you calling me again. I find out who you are you and to you. This is your four. Oh four wakeup call have a great day day. You stupid going me. alright joanne. I just hung up on him now. We're going to call him back and you talk. Are you serious. Honey are you. Who came. what's the matter. Oh my god yeah. There has been somebody calling me or some so stupid wakeup call. They normally name and they don't know what's going on now. I did that. I'm so glad it worked. Well i thought. Because i was away that it'd be nice if i hired somebody to call and wake you up so you wouldn't this. Yeah i didn't want you to be late to pick up the kids. And i i just got home and just got to sleep there. Trowbridge going up with music and then it's the boys doing guys on a new way to have someone wake you up. You know because i'm not there. I like the way you wake me up. I don't want some stupid song with trumpets on it waking me up i kill somebody you have to get up and go get the kids anyway and i spent quite a bit of money to do this for you because i thought it was too much. Does this cost i. Are you kidding me going to live to me. You spend money what do you what are you thinking. You kinda say the whole money mean yourself but instead you're like trumpets in my service work. You're not sleeping or your wake. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah the service worked. I don't wanna be awake right now. I asleep. We have to get up and start your day. You gotta go get the kids. I can't be there all the time. Your sisters picking up the kids to get some sleep. I think that this is a good idea and we should keep using it. No they called me again. I swear to god. I will track down with the. I will trumpet shot so far but then again your mother told me. Then that's still be okay. Okay let's go a little far. How about you go back to sleep. Okay i'll call you back in like an hour head. You thank you very much. You're welcome hello vizquel that you want a good time to tell you that you've been phone tapped why your wife. Joanne wanted to play a joke on. You know i got you. Good morning sunshine. I got you honey on some crazy sleep so we decided to wake you up. You know. I hear these things all the time you know and i tell my wife you'll never get me. I wanna know there. You go your free money phone tap there you have it. What happy happy with free money voice. Free money. Laurie is online. Seven was changed her day. Hi laurie coming out of this. Danielle froggy gandhi uncle. Johnny he's to johnny are we making. Are we drinks. We gotta make streets. We gotta make martinis. Also johnny laurie martini. That's what we gotta do your name. Laurie martini as it is. Call laurie a you. Just one one thousand dollars from raoult's homemade the free money phone taps all yours today. Thank you so much laurie martini. He's going to make a martini bringing some. We'll take thank you very much for listening to us today. Make sure you keep listening. Uncle janis jokes are on the way. I can't wear uncle. Johnny uncle johnny little too much sometime on lori. Don't go hold on one second and there you go there you go the dogs fighting johnny. You're on the air. A lot of people listening to you. High tech mass sound. Yeah it was a great moment yesterday when it was finance uncle. John who's asking everyone to take their masks off and nine out of ten people did it. It was kind of interesting so you guys have any questions for uncle johnny. Did you enjoy your weekend at the funny farm. What i remember that means yes. You had a great time. Yes gandhi do you have any idea what could have happened to a screen door at elvis's house yes. Alex went through accidentally with his elbow. Oh my one accidentally through the screen door there over mason holding holding a basket of empty bottles. There was a breakthrough through the screen door. Other than that. If that's the most dangerous awful thing that happened. I think we did. Okay i think we pay the bill at the last part. I don't know we'll find out soon. They'll find so. Do you have any music for uncle. Johnny jokes would you right here. Don't you want to o. j. I guess i deserve uncle. Johnny jokes danielle. John daniels always fun to i. Guess we're gonna do danielle van. According to the music and then coming up next daniel uncle johnny is going to do his jokes. Okay very good. Did you need to rehearse your jokes. No alex gave him to me. Why not do you have you read them yet. No i don't want okay all right. I think we might want to do that okay. Maybe it'll be more fun if he doesn't all right. What are you going on all right. So simon cowl is thankfully feeling better after his bike injury. You guys remember. He broke his back on one of the okay. Hold on the catch jumped on the computer in the middle of my report okay. Simon countless thankfully feeling better. You know he broke his back on one of those electric ones It was bad surgery. Six hours rehab. Where was he over the weekend. He was seen riding another electric bike back on it. Good for him. If it was me. I would never have gotten back on one of those things. Forget about it never elon. Musk coasted. Snl over the weekend. He did tell everyone that he has. 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If you remember the first one they put out people like what the hell is this but the new one people like visits fantastic domestic and actually looks like our and it looks real. So that's exciting. Floyd mayweather says yeah. I could take on. Jake and logan paul at the same time. But he's not going to. You know the first fight with logan is supposed to go down june six. And then maybe you'll have a fight with the other one later on at some point. We'll see how that goes but you guys know up. They all have beef even though we think. It's a publicity stunt but autorite travis barker gave his girlfriend courtney kardashian. These insane floral arrangements over the weekend. All i kept thinking was i really hope. She's not allergic to flowers. Because that would wanna just killed her. But i i guess not because she shared them on social and she was really excited about them tonight. On television you've got finding dory. It's unreal tv tonight. The good doctor. The voice is live tonight. The crime of the century over an hbo. Max and we are loving girls by ever over on peacock that it's so much fun. It's so good nineties music. It's these girls had this. They they were hit wonders back in the day and now they have a chance to make a comeback because rapper sampled their song and they i love the song. I think he missed five. All right anyway. That's on peacock. And that's my danielle. Report danielle yeah thursday. I'm dead on law and order. Oh yes thursday. It's supposed to be a massive crossover show and everyone's going to be watching it in the they're actually showing there showing some footage in the previews. Yeah and there's a dead guy on the slab it's not me. What another dead guy. How many people die in that episode. I know at least two other guy. Have your agent caused a stir over this. What if they cut me out. What a good enough in your floor for you guys at the end of your acting believable innate. Do we know died. I have no information told us right. Editing room floor. I believe they would. I think they'd have the courtesy. I don't wanna tell too much. The story line. But i do know i wasn't the only one who died so i'll okay but why they give that guy. The right areas the preview. Well maybe that maybe they're hiding the better one for later like they don't want to give it up. You know special guest appearance. What if you're build that way. Special guest appearance by elvis duran. I doubt it. I know anyway. So that's thursday night law and order. Check your local listings Uncle johnny i believe has a briefcase full of jokes emerging open them up and see what they sound like coming up after to this tax five one hundred text messages are coming through imaginary friend. Drove my mom crazy term me. My dad hit him killed him with the car. Rates may apply. Text elvis durant. In the morning joan discover matches all the cash back. You weren't on your credit card at the end of your first year. 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I tell you my story i gotta tell you i love you guys confident in who you are. You're amazing on the radio listening guys. I love you. Thank you so much show now. You got the old paranoid. Because i've been talking talking talking about me. You know in this law and order episode. That's coming up thursday night. They just cut me out can you do. They did the plan. Joey trivia onny law order. That is friends. Can they legally do legally do want to. Show is my agent on the phone The phone to get get him on the phone with. Hello david david katz. He's into the stars. Hey on the phone of good morning to you agent cats thank you good morning. Nothing like starting my day. I'm out for a peaceful walk with the dog. And i've here on your show or maybe if you had a better agent. That was nate. That said that. So david katz thanks to you. I have that incredible role on online order. Svu supposed to run this thursday night. I've always wanted to play the dead guy on view. You got me on the role of a lifetime. It is that time a time. So they they have within their right to edit that out if they want if they need to get rid of it they can actually edit me out. They could what if they do. Then i guess Nate said earlier is true but They can edit the out anybody in anything that they want. Although in your case. I'd be highly doubtful that they would do that. It's a pivotal role a little along that you didn't learn your lines no lines. I was dead. Well they're not gonna cut you out Egg because your oldest iran and be there they're really looking forward to the amount of Promotion that they're getting out of this. I mean they're they're very successful. Show in its own right but yours is more so and they are excited that you are talking about it as you are right now and we'll probably talk about every day thursday. What we've done for them. We've already done it's already done. I mean we'll talk about it thursday. Make sure you watch tonight. We're gonna watch tonight or that night. And then if i don't show up it's too late doesn't matter. They got what they needed from us. They got to watch. Yes but if people in tuned in and they didn't see you on the slab I think that would hurt them very much. That show bullet proof. You know that show is going to be around forever would would make it my mission. That would hurt them very much. So david maybe we should start looking for more roles like this more death roles. I'd be delighted. You name the show and And i'll get you the slab. I just need. I think it'd be funny to be dead on a funny show like comedy. Yeah well how many. How many shows that are comedies. Actually have death. Maybe that's the issue. We need one of those more and then you have to start like you're on instagram. Like the dead guy or something like that even if they edit me out brody is a good point. We'll even talk about him even more. They're going to win no matter what happens. Look i'm happy to do that. You spend some time in Into mexico maybe we can Maybe start with a better call saul okay. What set scary. So what about like. Be just being an extra on saturday night live. Sometimes they have these people in the background like this sitting in a restaurant and they're just eating you don't wanna be alive and eating and kind of you know hanging out on being an extra call everybody else. It would be better body this way. You sort of stand stand out more. Sure you should be dead. Can you get them on the walking dead and get him to walk like a zombie and his nose fall off or something here but he'd be unrecognizable. Well yeah you can definitely tell me dad on this lab. Oh yeah i guess all right. Thanks for getting me the role of a lifetime. You are a super agent. Well it was my pleasure. I can't wait to thursday night. And i looked over to To get your next appearance working on it can you. Can you get me on bridgeton. That i can do. Be careful what you ask for. Do you know someone over there. I know everybody get into out with reggae on page. Even though he's not on the show on page has to like a gay phase. What about a background dancer. On a music video video. We'll let you go. I love you david. Question of course from gandhi gandhi could get him to be like the side effects person in a pharmaceutical like commercial so like anal leakage. But he's still having fun and he's still skipping their park slide. I would love to be anal leakage. Patient you're can you get that good. I'll start rehearsing crowd. Can i sit in a bathtub in seattle commercial while watching a sunset. Say goodbye to agent to the video vixen. You would be just amazing. Hey guess who's here. Uncle johnny around johnny johnny. How you doing. I'm doing fine today. That was detained for david. David sounds good. Do you want him to be your agent as well. Yes get a another dead body around outdoor. Oh i know good god. You'd be a great deadline. No no time soon though. Please thank you so yeah. We took uncle johnny up. For mother's day. We had a trip in day. We had a lot of fun. Didn't we uncle johnny. Great mother's day weekend. It was fabulous. I was i was uncle mother. Yes any questions for johnny. Before he gets to his uncle. Johnny jokes your sound. Like you're feeling great. I mean you feeling good. I feel good. Yes i've gotta do i so class. Oh good johnny. You're getting proper nutrition. Oh yeah over here absolutely better. Yeah well. I don't know. I keep putting on pounds and i am not eating. I don't know cocktails all right. Well here we go. We haven't heard jokes from uncle. Johnny long time okay. Here we go here we go. Did the ketchup blush. Why he saw said the salad dressing. Oh west the difference between your penis and a bonus check. What someone's always willing to blow your bonus. Hey froggy what's the difference between a g spot and a golf ball. A guy will look for a golf ball. Froggy will actually search for golf. Oh man what is six inches long two inches wide and makes everyone know crazy. Why one hundred dollar bill. okay honey. Frog say rub it. Rub it barron cross the road. Why because i put on the wrong sock this morning. That's not good dover ben dover and i'll give you a big surprise have fabulous mother's day weekend thank you johnny. That was just wild wasn't as great. Yeah they were great. Joke about the horny. What was the. How did the frog one go again. How do you ask the question. You could've also said get over here. lisa okay. So let's move on now. Let's go around the room. See what's on the minds of everyone. That was great. Johnny always good to have you back in the joke chair. Have another coffee. I've done with coffee all right We'll see what's on the minds of everyone who starts show which is us. We'll start with you foggy. What's on your mind today. So yesterday we gave my mom flowers before we went to lunch. And i said mom you wanna keep those in the car. Do you wanna take them inside. She's no. I'll take them inside. It's you're gonna forget them so we had lunch. We go back to the car. Guess what my mom left inside flowers. I had to go back together. But once again proof that i am maturing and getting better i did not say i told you so. I went back and got the flowers. I handed them to her. I told her. I loved her and i wanted about mary. Way elvis. you're teaching me to be a better person awful. You have to learn that. From me i did. I thought to myself is now the time to say i told you. So or probably not elvis. No shut your mouth. And don't say that i told you so never works right. Hey what's up ghandi. So this danielle. I'm going to say i love her. She's the greatest ever. But i thought i found the greatest connection ever because i found this website that had all this crazy disney stuff. And i'm like daniels never going to know about it. I ordered her a gift for her birthday. I was super stoked. It finally came and i showed it to her what she said is that from bradford exchange knows everything. There is no about disney at all. All the time david daniel i know their style so i kind of like i know you got that but i'm so excited to get it. I can't jackpot. Never gonna know. She knows never questioned her ever. Hey producer sam. What's up so holidays and special occasions are like the most happy days in the world. Unless you're not in a really good place. Then they are the absolute worst days in the world. And i had a good friend who is going through that last year on mother's day so if you had a really crappy weekend because maybe mother's day is not your choice holiday for one reason or another just want you to know that. Hopefully the next one will be better and hopefully today is better than yesterday was oh. It's really what happened okay. Good everyone's good Scary yes every day. I have more and respect and newfound respect for moms Happy birth be belated. Mother's day to my mom. We all went out to dinner yesterday with the big family. And i gotta tell you my sister who's relatively new mom and my sister in law who's a new mom. How do they do it. How do you do it because you know. My sister's kid nico. My nephew is going through his terrible twos. And it's just like they can't concentrate on dinner. Everything is light you know up and down. The kid wants to go downstairs to walk downstairs. And then my sister-in-law dealing with my nephew. Jack and all i'm and you know of course my brother and my brother-in-law also there for for support. But wow oh my god you guys deserve the world and you deserve mother's day everyday not just yesterday. Can you imagine being a single father scary. No no no. I can't i don't know other. It's not for me. I don't think i'm cut out for it. Okay from a different cloth we don't have to. I'm just asking what i like. Imagine how your day would be different a single mom or single dad all of you. I give a shout out and lots of props there you go just danielle. What's on your mind. So i just wanna say thank you to my husband sheldon and my boys for making it special so we had a lot of sports on sunday but they made sure the entire day i felt special and they started out with this catered breakfast that they brought into the house and all kinds of great gifts and my son preston made me a painting. I mean it was awesome. So i had a great day and right before bed last my oldest told me he loved me and i was the best mom ever and for your almost sixteen year. Old kid to say that to you. That was awesome. So thank you guys. I love you and i am just so happy to be your mom and your wife and everything. So thank you. Yeah it was so great being at the restaurant yesterday. Watching mother's day happenings going is. I've said this earlier on the show but there is something that really warmed me up when i saw three generations of of women grandma mom and daughter and they were all laughing with each other and everyone wanted to get their pictures. Strangers from other tables. Were coming over just to take their pictures because they were just were so so it was their day. It was a great day to celebrate in. you know. Sometimes you wait 'til mother's day to be forced to celebrate your mother you know there's al- there's always someone in your life that deserves a celebration right. Now may not be a mom. Maybe a friend may be a co worker. It's good to celebrate other people and give them the props. They deserve We'll start with you nate. You're the last one on a real. Let's celebrate nate thank you. Hey i've got a question for like danielle especially you have had renovations done at your house long until you act like a human being in your house. I am scared to like steph floor or open. Because i feel like they did all this. The house looks so nice now. I feel like i'm going to screw it up. We'll tell you anything. It's been months and months my kitchen my dining room and the living room where like the walls. Don't feel anything on the couch chair. Touch the light. Switch touch it. Yeah so i feel like a museum or a home with the plastic on the furniture right. Can't do nice for me No housewarming party where we all get the house it. I'm sorry it's you can look at it. You can look at it but don't all right. Let's get into the three things. We need to know. Gandhi what's going on all right. A horrific tragedy unfolded in colorado. Yesterday and police are vowing to find answers for the grieving families they say. A woman's boyfriend barged into a mobile home during a birthday party and opened fire. He killed the woman in six other adults before taking his own life. The police chief says has heartbreaks for the children who lost their parents. The mayor of colorado springs called it a senseless act of violence and the governor sent prayers as well. There's a labor shortage right now in the fast food industry is hurting from it. Some mcdonalds franchise. Owners are so desperate that they're actually giving incentives to workers like a five hundred dollar sign on bonus and fifty dollars just to show up for an interview but according to some people who are planning to strike the fight for the fifteen dollar movement includes fast food workers because they say that they need more than minimum wage to survive that. They're not even getting sick. Time or health insurance workers will be walking off the job from california to florida and finally this is the stuff that nightmares are tough. Talk about this stuff all the time. You know those glass bridges that are suspended hundreds in the air. Yeah the one. The one we have in hudson yards. Yes yes similar to that but this one is is going to give you a bit of a heart attack. Tourists was crossing one of those glass bottom bridges and china. It was over three hundred feet in the air when winds of over ninety miles per hour picked up twisted and then broke the bridge leaving the man dangling that high above the ground. the glass didn't shatter but the winds twisted it and 'cause panels to fall out. He was able to crawl back to safety with guidance from firefighters police and forestry and tourism workers then he was taken to the hospital for counseling. The park was closed for a quote brief period of time before reopening to the public. And those are your three things. Watch those seriously. The little terraces they have the kennedy cantilevered terraces. They're being supported by anything beneath. I just can't do it. I don't even care if it's one floor up. I'm not gonna go out on that thing. No shutting it down for a brief period of time and be like all right. Pretty come back. No no possibly go wrong. We must take a break. 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Who really had the worst mother's day ever. We all agree. Mother's day every day should be mother's day but you really truly deserved a great day if you got screwed over yesterday. Texas fifty five one hundred or call eight eight hundred two four two zero one hundred Let's get into sound with garrett. Hey garrett hey good morning what'd you got going on Let's talk about mr elon. Musk from snl over the weekend so he was on weekend. Update playing a scientist and then they asked them. Hey can you explain those coin. Because that's the crypto currency where no one knows what it really is but people are making money off of it. Prices have been soaring for cryptos bitcoin. If they're especially those going right now what what. Is those coin. Well it actually started as a joke based on an internet me but now it's taken off in a very real way. Okay but what is those coins. I keep telling you. It's the cryptocurrency you can trade for conventional money. Oh so it's hustle. Yes and that's what it tanked right. There marley was great on s. l. over the weekend too by the way all right so mom knows that her son doesn't answer. We're speaking of moms just a second ago. This mom's goes hey. My son doesn't answer his phone or text. So i'll go to my ring doorbell because he the ring to make sure mom safe at times to invite him over for dinner. We and having tact tonight. If you'd like tweet you're just come over and you work together. You hear e. I call the union because i think you busy but anyway we outta having taco night goodbye. Oh a great mom. I wanna talk with mom. I don't know if he came over for taco night. But so this dad put together a viral video of acting like he was holding a press conference after a sporting event. But what it's like You know watching watching his kid throughout an entire day honestly just felt like we got behind early after the milk spill marker on the wall. We just felt like we're playing. Catch up the rest of the day right before you went to the store. You call the time out. Was there and attitude change after that. It felt like we were losing our heads there for a minute so we wanted to just calm things down and get back to the basics. Did you ever find your keys. No no no idea whether you gave him a snack half hour before dinner. Plan no blah track time three bites at dinner. That's on me. If you're a parent. I think you get it. So it's like one of those things where it's just so many things going on day This is coming out of boston so there were doing a news report about stolen dog. Then the reporter came across said stolen dog and the guy who stole it and then listen to him. Try to back his way out of this. He was just backing in the car. And i walked out the car. And i really. I thought it was dogging. It wasn't kidnapping. It was just a simple mistake. He didn't think to call the number on the tag. I did but then i tried using one phone. The phone with broken and I just dispatcher. This is juliana over seven news. Actually have the dog titus and the man who said it was an accident that he took the dog with me right now. I'm just glad that the person came back. And i'm glad that you guys were there. Yeah otherwise you'd be somewhere else with a dog myself broken. I didn't know how to use my phone. But you know and i was. I accidentally took a dog and then finally as we come close to celebrating our twenty fifth anniversary here with the morning show. I came across some outtakes. This one from someone in the zoom room right here doing the weather and the trouble that they have while recording the weather. Why would hundreds frog from most ran in the white one hundred morning show. We'll see lots of. Why would hundreds froggy most ran in. The watt. one hundred mils ran the morning show. We'll see lots of rain today. Heavy thunderstorms on pretty much. All while ninety five five. It's wrong if most ran. What farted told the microphone. You sorry disbarred while those long time ago. Yeah no crazy anyway. Sorry how'd you find that sound. I'm like i'm like the disney vault like there are so many things in my in my vault right now. That i could just i could put together a whole show of just things like that There will be others of those ever. No i'm not going to say does disney. When they're opening the vault no surprise all right. Here's a folder full of blackmail. That's what it is all right. That's that's a whole nother folder. You're still good american. Your thank you gary. all right nicole's on line. Three nicole tell me about your crappy. Mother's day all right so basically my husband who you know is normally really great Completely forgot about me for mother's day. I'm a brand new mom but nature to take care of my mother and his mother. That's good kinda he did he sort of wake up in the middle of the day and go. Oh i messed up while he was kind of like. What's wrong with you like. Are you okay. And i was like no not okay. A really what did you tell him. I was like come on man. I'm a new. I'm a new mom. Like how do you forget about me. It's mother's daily you purposely invited all these people over four mother's day so he knew it was mother's day. Yeah yeah and your first. Mother's day is like so special. It's like the most exciting one. No it is not now already. Did he understand that he made a big mistake. Did he apologize. He can't admit when he's wrong but he did feel bad like the rest of the day. I bet you he never forgets again. I'm sure he won't so at least that happy. Belated mother's day. Sorry about that. Nicole guys i love you. Been listening since eighth grade mall of it listening. Have a great day. Okay thank you you too kayla. Online eleven got nothing for mother's day. Are you a mother i am. How old is your child My daughter is three and my son is nine okay. So they're not really old enough to get in the car and go shopping for mother's day. So how did your mother's day go. Well my mom has covert right now. So i had my kids make posters and we went to her house and i like winged card into her garage door and was like love you. Happy mother's day and Yeah and then we made sure we went to my mother-in-law's house. We got her flowers and a card and ended up my best friend card and flowers. And i got nothing keep forgot. He just didn't think it was important or he doesn't like maybe like you. Does he not like you know he loves me choice. We've been married for twelve years. He doesn't have a choice anymore. Forgot you. I don't think he forgot as much as it was like. He's he's a very Forgetful person like he'll remember last minute so there wasn't you know i mean in a way isn't him for getting sort of the greatest gift he could have ever given you because you can bring it up all the time. Every day of the year for god knows how this shrew wait. You're saying he gave her the gift of reasons to bitch. That's eight remember when you forgot mother's day twenty twenty one. just bring it up forever forever gandhi. Do you do that. do you. Like hide things back in back folder. Bring out and say don't remember back in nineteen. Oh three forgot. Mother's day a list on my phone. Things that i can bring up. Yeah me give me ideas like that. Take the idea was your first one kayla. Happy mother's day from us. I hope you have a great day today anyway. All right thanks guys take it easy. Laura had a mother's day. Let's see if it was a good or bad. Hey laura lung twenty four. Hi laura doing pretty well and then my toddler's grew up all over me work so okay that was your president vomits pretty much what i book earlier in the day and then we'd go have a lovely at the park and he just threw up all over me that was it was the highlight of your mother's day kitchen but the guy the bomb. It was really the best part man. That's not everyone had a bad mother's day like all my friends your call and good day vomit right. Well you know what you should do. Your son did this to you. You should go to him and vomit right back on builds character. Thank you laura. And i hope you have a better day today. Happy belated mother's day. Thank you so much. Anyone else vomited on mother's day or whatever. His name is nate nate. These are interesting. 'cause you're putting through actually. I thought this would be funny. They're actually pretty depressing. I'm trying to find like some funny here. But it's really kinda sad that a lot of these kids didn't do anything for their mom. Yeah a lot of them are too young to do anything. They don't know any better. You know that falls on this supposed to do something. Well if you don't have a husband maybe you a friend or you know your mom could help out or i will say this though yesterday asked my dad what he was doing for my mom. For mother's day he said nothing. She's not my mom. That's your that's cool. Yeah had a happy happy mother's day. I wasn't even hanging out with her mother's day than most mothers had. You did that sad. let's get into. What are we doing here. The daniel report danielle ready to go. Yes hope more exciting hawks. Oh my gosh you guys remember that. I hop employee who admitted turning away adam sandler because of overcrowding and he was joking say he left because the all you can eat deal. Didn't apply to milkshakes blah blah blah. Well now the i that i hop has announced that starting today they're offering all you can eat. Drink milkshakes at its long island locations so if you live on long island and you go into i hop today you can get lots and lots of milkshakes for free so that's pretty cool going back. Yeah all you can eat so tick-tock stars. Charlie and dixie. Demilio are launching their own clothing. Line it's called social tourists they are partnering with hollister and apparently it is launching next. Thursday's they'll get ready for that. I don't get why this is news because we all went through it but gwyneth paltrow admitted oh when i was in quarantine. My diet went out the window. I was drinking. And i had bread. Pasta no bleep. Sherlock we all did so like. Why is that like i. i don't get it. I don't know why i'm even reporting. Are you reporting. You knew it wasn't a story that was interesting but you because you thought it was interesting because it wasn't interested it just makes me laugh. I like one of petrol. But it's just like that is just a stupid thing to say because everybody was there like you know whatever anyway. So president obama and michelle are mourning the loss of their beloved dog bo. You all remember bo. Twelve years old passed away from cancer on saturday so our best goes out to them. Dj callan has the number one album. tops the billboard two hundred album chart with cala cala. You know Everybody was listening to this. Album has said it is amazing. The collaborations are just insane. The family of mac miller is asking fans not to buy or read the upcoming unauthorized biography. They're called Most dope the extraordinary life of mac miller. They're saying that they weren't involved that they didn't authorize it. It's not endorsed. So they are not happy about this coming out in january some jets giving you a heads up and trey songz allegedly had a fight with a woman while they were in their cars on thursday. The argument escalated. The woman reported to cops that at some point He tried to bump into her with his car. She got out to confront him and then he sped off and hit her hand with his vehicle so she called the police and they said it was like a hit and run. And there's a whole big investigation going on right now so i'll keep you posted on that. Friday and finding dory is on regular television. Today you've got the good doctor. The voice the crime of the century over an hbo. Max and if you want something just fun especially if you grow up in the nineties peacock is giving you girls. Five ever and it is just awesome. We are loving it so. Check it out if you get a chance. And that's my danielle report. So what are we going to hop into the old school time machine. The problem have a song that we chose. Yeah what the file is corrupt at. It will play the first seven seconds of the song and then cut to the last note with inexplicably outset. It's just play it here. It is stacy's mom goes what happened. I called the quick edit. How does how does it learn how to do that. I don't know but it doesn't every time we can't even get into do anything different. It's mom played again. Maybe the second time that's not hold on be more music workday at no more music. 'cause we can play more music. There's one song play another idea. We're gonna play more songs per hour by shortly. The song tao is suggested for the time machine and it was actually a good idea today. And that's what happens small. We'll tell you what let's look for something else not that we'll we'll mama's innocuous that's a good one seconds of that one. Do we have three minutes and ten cents that yeah saw all right. let's go. let's do it okay here. Sure fake song for the day. After mother's day come on excellent excellent choice gandhi. Happy belated mothers. Hey wanna do what play a game or something fun. We have some fun hate nate. Well we have a mother's day family feud apparently let's play the few we do. According to brody. Yeah oh my god go find it. Let's do that okay. Mother's day family feud coming up. Let's take a break. We're back after this in the morning. Show so here. it is. it's springtime. It's beautiful time to hire someone new for your company. Someone who can wear many hats. 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Only link ziprecruiter dot com slash. Elvis use it for free. Hire them for free. Ziprecruiter dot com slash. Elvis is doing. Where do you want to go this Back to bed. So there's a meeting today. Yeah a staff meeting yes. Yeah all right. I'm i'm getting it now. It's teams oh great. I can't get teams to work on my computer. ever start my computer. It's such a clunky program. It's ugly dial in number. You can use a teams. You can call in on your phone. It'd be like speakerphone of you wanted. Oh good so who was. It said the i'm not. It's not mandatory on their me. It's under your name. it says optional. Like apple yeah really. Yeah no why. Would i not be invited to a wedding. I mean to me. I don't know they just left it. Optional scary said maybe it was a reverse psychology thing that by saying. I don't have to be here then. You would show up but if they said you have to be. You'd be like nope going home to worry about if you just weren't invited because that means you're the one fire. Well no let me let me tell you who else was optional. So alexander grin who is in charge of all our sales up. He is optional. chris somebody. I never heard of before. Wait steve son who's also sales optional. But they're actually going But then the rest is all it. Looks like it's all on air staff. No no there's some no there's some some nope there's some other departments to Yeah well. I don't know what to do. I feel like if i'm optional. Not go But now. I'm curious to know what's going on. It's only a fifteen minute meeting too. So it's like what are they gonna say in fifteen minutes only eleven forty five to twelve. So how'd you know you're about to be fired. Oh have you guys ever. Have you ever been fired and you just saw it coming. It was on its way company. It's when your key stops working and you can't log out email right scott. Maybe i wasn't invited to this meeting and getting fires aping. I'm not on that list now. You're not what's a meeting about. I have no clue. I have no clue. Can we call mark and find out. Oh yes look do it on the air column scott fired what someone is getting fired. No no curious gotta show up for this team. This is like if you're on this list. Step forward anyone not. It's been a pleasure. Thank you social reaction. Oh we're getting kim. yeah. I don't think i don't know it's see it's weird. I don't know it's like this in corporate america. I always feel like the digital people know before everybody because the ones that are told. Hey you gotta make sure you have to scrub this from the website. Remove elvis duran the morning show and you had that so she would alley. Who would have the knowledge or tony. Our friend tony. They would have the knowledge of what's going to get one of them on the phone. Call our i mean all even even. Dj drama says on this list. Like like he. I don't think they're going to fire him. We love dj drama. Yeah would be. He would be on there if he was getting lego. Oh all right well tell you. There was a big meeting called in in a city. And i call the person who i i thought the meeting was going to hold the meaning and they weren't on the go. So that's that's how you know so if you're on the list they're not gonna fire you in front of everybody i'll work. I'll leave right now scott. You're not knowing fired. Did you get on early on the phone. I did have a dream last week that i was getting fired or foam. You'd make my dream come true if you're not on this list frog either. I know i'm not an daniels plan for when she gets fired isn't going to be able to be executed if we're all on teams meeting house. You're going to run back to her desk and steal her rolodex on the alley. Hey what's that you're in you're in digital you guys know everything. I someone getting fired today. Think so not that. I've heard it's a last minute meeting. It's only fifteen minutes long. We're just kinda wondering. And i was told me i was told it was optional. If i wanted to go great if not don't have to be there but i have to be. Maybe they're getting rid of the whole show. Oh that's too happy about that alley. Yeah elvis that. I don't know all right. Are we just being paranoid. Yes i feel like he might be alley. If you find something out. Will you let us know please. Yeah let you know. It's obvious someone's someone's not gonna make it end tomorrow and like usually it says like what it's about on underneath. There's nothing in the know. nothing i remember. Got a call from a program director when you're and he said Elvis can you meet me in my office at noon today. And i said yeah i'll come in my show show doesn't start till two. You don't need to bring your headphones radio station today. I shouldn't bring my headphone now. You won't you won't be needing those with meet me in my office. We'll have someone let you in rookie cards not working so there you go anyway. I worked at a radio station in in in tampa one time and the guy was supposed to work thanksgiving and he told the program director. He used his name he goes on. John doesn't work on thanksgiving. He's like oh really he goes. Well guess what doesn't work here anymore and plugged his headphones. The pd plug is in and he did the rest of his shift shifted fight. Wow maybe that'll happen today. All right well we'll let you know we have to take a break. I think we're gonna play the feud right if they don't fires i. We're going to do a special mother's day feud it's a day late but we're still in love with my mom. We'll do that right after this today. Show elvis duran on demand attention. Everyone free show posted every day. Searching elvis durant on demand iheartradio app elvis durant in the morning show. Hey everybody straight nate. And we're doing the show. Comfort means everything. That's why i only wear mack. Well than the insanely comfortable brand. That's reinvented men's basics. So get twenty percent off your first order at macworld and dot com slash elvis and then use promo code l. This story in the morning show. Uncle johnny earned the air. Oh okay hi to me. I was just saying hi. And alex is here with me. So we're really play family view. Welcome to the few new. Our new contestants. Welcome to the family. I would like to. I introduce the family and have we figured out who is a member of the family. We all the durant family will be me. Elvis duran my lovely husband. Alex okay and our lovely steps on foggy. Okay yes and what about adopted child scary. Scary child is our family and my family again. You please into family. Thanks for the minero family would be my sister. Gandhi my other sister sam. Yeah my other sister uncle johnny. I'm on the sister. Group scotty playing. I don't know scott. He's not even a studio can be good all right. Let's get uncle. Johnny on zoom little stage direction as we start the feud. Okay every. don't start yet. we're gonna get right johnny. Does he have his hair on today. I don't know this is abusive. Miss gotta get really close to alex areas. Hi hi. you're aware. Hi uncle johnny. Well everybody knows how the feud works. We have asked our massive studio audience. Several different questions. Top answers go on the board and obviously the p the team that gets the most points wins the round. We have three rounds. Whoever gets two out of three rounds wins. The game makes sense. Let go i if you ladies lovely all right. One hundred people were polled. Top successors are on the board named something. A mom might ask for on mother's day. Danielle flowers show me flowers over one. And now do you wanna do you wanna play this or do you want to pay. I think we wanna play right. Ladies all right sister named something mom might ask for on mother's day to be left alone. That's that's good. That's good a day left alone. Sam give me a kiss. Don't forget we always have to kiss on his games. Okay name something. A mom might ask for on mother's day. How about for breakfast to be made for her breakfast to be made for her to slave away in the kitchen. Oh that's i think that would be so sorry docked. That wasn't on the list. I'm shocked that was on west coast to mine. No okay well. you'll have to come up with a different answer okay. You got one strike against u. Two more strikes and it goes over to the fellas uncle johnny named something. A mom might ask for on mother's day to be brought out to dinner dinner as good wine. That's good that's good was populism all right daniel okay. My answer mom yup. My answer is jewelry jewelry. Blame simple gun challenging. What might a mom on mother's I'm gonna say quality time with the family. Quality time with the are good answer. I thought they'd wanna get away. But maybe they want some sorry man. It's up to you and keep this game alive. What would a mom ask for. Mother's day i'm gonna say something hand made. Yes my mom's always. Asking for handmade craft cigarette ashtray card mother up to us to steal. It's up to you guys now. We need a communal answer. I said card spot. I would say six. Yes no i tried to. I tried to give that for mother's day last night it was. It was on one of the most obvious money money money money a card spa day. Sounds pretty good. We did say a day off. I don't know if you're thinking about this crap. Oh my she wants to be cooked for going out there. Maybe she like you to cook for. I don't know the restaurant reservation or something like that. We need an answer. All right i'm going to say sex. Good answer good answer. Let's see what bob would rather have. She'd rather have money. Quite sex was missing. That was Money and peace and quiet saying it's really kind of the same thing stupid question. The hosts terrible. Why your bitch and you just me. They're never happy around to see how you do this time all right. I don't need this. I don't need to get says the whole time password. All right now since the ladies one do they get to go or does it have to go to you. I don't wanna get yelled at here. Just remember how does show we take time. I here we go elvis cop. Six answers are on the board for my studio audience They were polled to answer this question. Name a word that you would probably find inside a mother's day card love okay. Yeah a lot of people love their mothers. Yeah yes yes however number. Five most popular answers are still four answers more popular than that so gandhi. Where you would probably find inside a typical mother's day card. Thanks a lot of people. Wanna thank their mom right. Got to play this. Can i redo my answer. I get one chance pets. We want to play play. Okay froggy actually know alex. Alex your turn name a word. You would probably find inside a typical mother's day car. Caring caring caring is on the board. Sorry sorry this isn't going to be harder than you think. But think about it Froggy typical mother's day card teaching each like your mom teaches. You teaches you things. You guys my my answer socked when everybody else is a non there either so mine was on there this you got two strikes you got nothing nothing holding you back from going over to the one say dear because to call card start with dear dear mom good answer dear dear. Da rda. Thank you for dispelling here in their class through. I this got this. Hetty communal answer best. That was on my list. Yes that's mom ever best yes. We'll all three of those. I need one participate in this communal. Answer well. I was trying to think i couldn't think of anything except thank you. But that's two words. So what about thank okay so many said thanks. Thanks so. I think i think you're right saying let's call right okay. Yeah sure yes yes. We're saying yeah suck with mar- answers from number six the least popular answer you then love which guest greatest day happy and then gandhi actually said it mom or mother and greatest sage to us that would have given it to us. He's not the question. The question a word not words and all of your good blades to david brody at iheartmedia win now tiebreaker. Round around okay. Really quickly here. So let's go. I think the ladies so ladies for answers or on the ball on the board Our studio audience was pulled for this question. What would you give your wife or baby mama. For mother's day that you would never give your own mother. Oh yell it out. Can we say i would say lingerie good answer. Lingerie is on their answer all we could steal vibrator l. all right. Is that your answer. Everybody good with raider shortly. Let's see vibrators on their way. The number one most popular answering past k keep in mind. There are only two left. Yes read the question again. Okay what would you give your wife or baby mama. For mother's day that you would never give to your own. Mind scary turn right. No you're playing. You're playing okay. Yeah we're playing go. Do you wanna do you wanna play or pass to answer. Yeah let's play all right. How about handcuffs sex toy sex toy goodness then. What else would you a bottle of liquor. Scary jackie liquors alex. The husband of elvis. Okay name something you would give your baby mama for mother's day that you would never give to your own mom. Another baby physically. David i guess would be that. We have one more answer. What would you give your. I think this is. Elvis is back to you. I put my answer. Would you give to your Baby mama that you wouldn't give to your own mother. Did we already do. Sexy lingerie yes. Guess number to ask the question one more time baby mama. For mother's day that you would never give to your own a long tone. Kiss a hong time. Let me see if that's on there. Sorry you got two more. Got one more buzz. Okay back to froggy to give you a romantic vacation. If that's on there. No no sorry ladies my mother. what'd you do. I gave her a joint uncle. Johnny bar said what are you doing. Mom sheets good nippy you. It's good enough for me. Okay this is. Johnny has a massage. Like i can't think of anything more creative than that right now. Your own massage like a person do it yourself. Someone has something better. I mean. I think elvis what's yours with that all right. Yeah down to win the entire game do you. We get a massage for mother's day. Play the to take a break. Great denied ski motel. Okay thank you. let's take the gene. Thank you deliver morning rain in the morning show. We survived a monday. Let's come back and do it tomorrow. Let's do a tuesday. would it be watching on tv. Daniel loving girl five over on the peacock. If you wanna laugh and you wanna have fun. I would watch that good idea till tomorrow everybody. Hi. i'm music journalist. 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Bunch of Jerks

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Bunch of Jerks

"Of courage missing too, good. Looks put your money on it happening too often. So if I'm Golden State an ongoing home, how shook am I supposed to be right now? John a spin screw got it up and got it in what he does for our team. It's hard to find the words he is making the job from being a really good player to becoming a genuine super. This is a joke. Young men expressing themselves for joy when you don't do this thing as professional hockey. What are these guys jerks? Punch of jerks turned a negative into a positive and made sure that. What you see treating your perception of abbey sporting events. This. Welcome outside the line Brian Smith here. The Milwaukee Bucks are just one win away from the Eastern Conference finals. But how do we know about their superstar Yana into Cuco the story of his upbringing coming up, but first let's talk about the warriors. So we sounding the alarm bell for the NBA super team. They drop their second in a row to Houston last night. One twelve the one eight out muscled by physical rockets team out dueled in the scoring department. Thanks to James Harden's, thirty eight. These rockets seem like they're in the zone. We know what's at stake. We know who were planning is. We're not going to let up like we're going to keep coming into the in the game. So like, I said every possession is going to be a fight is going to be a battle. And we got to. Ready for sure Steph curry and Kevin Durant held their own but Klay Thompson shooting woes continued shooting. Just thirty nine percent this series their dynasty becoming to an end. Wait. Let's pump the brakes here. Their last two losses have been by a combined nine points, and how often do both curry and Durant missed potential game saving three pointers with just seconds to go. There's an argument to be made that this one just got away from them. Hence, the what me worry attitude of Draymond green. After the game. I think our is great because it's looking like, we know if we just correct effort things, we're just fine. But there are larger questions loom over the horizon while the focus is on winning this series this championship this year. Could this team be poised for break up when the season is all said and done. We sell say, let's talk it over. Yes. Senior writer Ramona Shelburne joins us now from the phone to discuss Ramona. I gotta ask you straight off tied to to that. We've seen the woes of the warriors recently the shooting off with clay Curry's three pointers, not that great art. But, but I have to ask you, this are the rumors of their demise, greatly exaggerated. Big really graduate. Am I think that's been hanging over this team for the entire season? And really even dating back to last year's finals where I I remember standing in the hallway with the warriors owner, Joe lak-, you know, talking to him about how he's always a laser focus on trying to get better all the time. But really it's going to be up to him and how much money he wants to lay out for this team. They have this new arena opening up, but in order to fill it with the four stars who carried him on the sinus he's going to have to spend a historic amount of money in free agency. And I think it's that was the question. I was literally asking owner of the warriors last year after the finals like this has been hovering over the scene for a long time. And it's still quite unsolved. They they have to answer those questions and speaking of an historic amount of money that might be spending free agency one of those guys who may make some of that money's Klay Thompson. But here's the rub for him. He's on a winner. That's great. The other problem, though, is he's a guy who has to be third and fourth fiddle. So he doesn't get a chance to shoot. His way out of slumps what impacts his decision on whether or not to stare go. When you talk about clay. Crate wants to win and I've talked to him quite extensively about this kind of stuff and talked with bad. Michael Thompson co host LA radio with me. He right of known him for years clay is about it's uncomplicated as a person as you will ever meet. He's not the kinda guy who worries about what each second or third or fourth. He just wants to win. But I if there was something that frustrated him about this warriors team. It would be the threat of any of people leaving it would be the drama the dysfunction everything else that they've kind of had to deal with over the last year, or so, and if that kind of stuff doesn't get solved or resolved in in a better way, that's kind of stuff I think would give him pause. But I don't I don't think Klay worries about how many shots you get. Okay. Let's talk about the other guy then everybody talks about where he's going to go down here. Kevin durant? You know, Vegas already got the Knicks at sixteen and one favorite to win the title next year on the basis that they might get them. I mean, that's where we are right now. So I always wonder let's ask you the reverse Devon Durant. What index whether or not he. He stays what are the things that make him? Stay with Golden State. So I I think this is the that's a great way of framing that question because first of all people bring up Vegas Vegas. They also had the Lakers really good championship. God's this. Lebron? Let's revisit that. But I think that's known as the sucker bet. I think I mean, we wouldn't get down to Kevin Durant. You know, I've I've covered the guy pretty pensively for the last ten years sorta cover story on him. I feel like I understand him. What makes them tick? And even though I have a pretty good idea of what I think might happen this summer tell that man to size. He's like, the one superstar athlete that you just don't feel like you kind of figured out because if the first person who can accurately say what it is that Kevin Durant once that will make him happy in life is is is probably the only person ever, right? I mean, I don't he's he's a speaker. He's the guy who even when he has what most athletes would profess that they would want right. You know, a team that takes when two times he's a two time finals MVP go into the finals every year. He's still kind of has this idea these seeking and looking for more out of life. And I think that's what makes it so hard for him and for the warriors because that is really hovering over them. I mean, there's you know they've almost had to proceed to Joe like. Again middle of the year. And he said he knows what we offer him here. He knows what the chase center in San Francisco is gonna be he knows about the venture capitalists who will who are dying to get a meeting with him and all the companies you can invest in. There's nothing to wear say or do to pitch him on staying. It's just gonna be whatever's in his heart. And I think at that moment, you know, the the pitch that probably works. If it if it does at all is is simply, you know, embraces family embraced what you've created embracing dynasty rather than running away from it. It's a great point. It all comes down to what he wants to do Ramona. Thanks again. Janas fish, and flushes it home. It's hard to find the words what he does for team. Got it up. Gotta do. He's special, you know, he's very hungry. He wants more and these tennis. I would say game set and match the outlier in these playoffs. Those Milwaukee Bucks only they have a commanding lead at this point after picking apart. The Celtics one thirteen to one one last night to take three one series lead fear, the deer and most especially the Greek freak is averaging twenty eight and twelve leading the books. Not only the league's best record in the regular season. But only dropping one game in these playoffs so far despite their series advantage. The buck superstar in leader is taking it one game at a time. When the still on the court, I gotta do it. Everything to win shot and shoot seven shots shots. You know, be like does mother but this game is the past. We've got gotta go play game for game five home. Hopefully, they'll come back and bus. But there's much more to Janas the MVP favorite than his on court persona and play for example, he identifies as Greek Nigerian it's an important distinction. Because according to reports he was considered a foreigner in his Greek homeland for most of his life vulnerable to threats of deportation and attacks by militants. It's that history that makes a respectful, but complicated relationship with the country where he was born. So let's welcome in Joshua Robinson. He's the European sports. Reporter for the Wall Street Journal. He's written a story on Yoenis called the Greek mythology of the NBA superstar. He joins us now on the phone so Joshua. We see him as this NBA superstar. Now he seemingly came out of nowhere. What was life like for him growing up in Greece? Hey, it's one of the most improbable sports stories. I've ever I've ever gone on reported on if he's he came out of a neighborhood called suppo-. Yeah. In Athens, which was a real blue collar kind of plate and he was spotted on the street just for that talent. And Yana had never really played back ball in any organized way until he was about thirteen and he was spotted by coach there, and then brought up through a club called peco's where he learned back the ball kind of on the fly any growing at the time and everyone all the teammates that I met who played with him at the time. Remember him as a high-energy tall skinny kid who still figuring out the game? You know, we we talk about his Greek heritage a little bit. How does he view that Greek heritage considering the fact that he grew up in an environment? That wasn't always very nice to him because not only was he sort of child of Nigerians, but also because of some of the culture there. In greece. It's it's complex question. But from all the people I spoke to who are in that environment with him at the time as he as coming up through the club, and and finding its feet, you know, he he never felt uncomfortable in that environment and from from the sound of it, he he was you know, he did identify as Greek Niger in. But the the Greek part was not something he resented in any way, you know, he ends up having this role model status. Now, they mentioned that when he goes there, he swamped everybody loves him. What kind of legacy? Do you think he sets for other young people, especially young people have coloring Greece who are trying to make their way in the world, not just in basketball, but just in life, but the so the the basketball environment he came up in which was you know, the clube started out was in the fourth Greek division at the time. And they experienced four successive promotions. Over the next year over the years he played with them. That is not an environment that ten. Produce NBA superstars, you know. We're looking at gyms that a lot of a lot of high schools would look down their noses that in America. So this is not a place that really is supposed to produce that level of player and all the guys that he played with time. You know, some of them are not taxi drivers some running coffee shop. Some are you know, some who stayed in basketball made it all the way up to the Greek top division. But that was about it. So today's you'd is this unbelievable success story in Greece. And he's known by one name anywhere. You ask about kind of like Oprah. What surprises you most from your research with Janas from what you've seen all the work you've done. What surprised you most about where he is? Now. What's incredible is is kind of how fast he grew into pop level basketball without ever really experiencing it before moving to the states. That's that's the really stunning part to me. It's almost like he was made to play this game. Joshua robinson. Thank you very much. Legendary broadcaster, Don cherry, call them, jerks. Why and how the Carolina Hurricanes are turning that comment back on him in an old guard versus new battle up next. Your home is important. That's why gyco helps make it easy to save on homeowner's insurance because home is more than just a place home is where you have a cute little reading for those rainy days when you want to curl up with a good book. But you don't even read. So you just sit in there during thunderstorms and scroll through means on your phone and laugh in the darkness. The co insurance agency could help protect the dark mean filled corner, you call home call gyco in see how easy it is which save on homeowner's insurance. Outside. The lines is brought to you by Mazda feel alive. Here's more stuff. That matters ESPN NFL insider, Adam Schefter reporting the buccaneers defensive end Jason Pierre Paul suffered a potentially season ending broken neck last week. The result of a one car crash in Broward County, Florida Schefter reporting the JP will visit next specialists this week their opinions on whether he can play this coming season Kentucky horse racing commission has denied the appeal by the owners of maximum security, the horse disqualified from Saturday's Kentucky Derby, the commission said the decision of the race stewards who voted unanimously to disqualify was not subject to appeal horse owner, Gary west the matter is not over. He said, quote, we'll file suit in whatever he appropriate court is meanwhile, according to the daily racing form Kentucky Derby winner country house will not run in the Preakness doodle cough quoting trainer Bill Motte. He's acting like he's going to get sick. He's off the training list. And if he's off the training list, he's off the Preakness list and Kelly you in the widow. Oh of eleven year. NHL enforcer Todd has filed suit against the league claiming the league's negligence led to the death of her husband. The former shark end up winger died in two thousand fifteen and was posthumously diagnosed with CT chronic brain disorder that the suit says was caused in part by league sanctioned violence. In today's V block. The storm surge against storm Storman, Don cherry. Okay. If you're not tied into all things hockey. Here's one face off. You gotta see Carolina Hurricanes who punch their ticket after sweeping. The islanders round two are getting ready to face Boston and hockey's Eastern Conference finals. And that may mean more storm surge lemme explain after needed from owner Tom Dondon to increase the entertainment quotient at their sparsely attended regular season home games after each win the canes put on a show the storm surge whether it's planned duck duck goose check it out or Boeing for hockey stars. Or how about this maybe around Domino's you name it? They're going for it. The crowd loves it. But legendary hockey broadcaster and former Bruins coach, Don cherry, firmly entrenched in what you might call the old guard of hockey isn't quite feeling the love these guys to me are jerks young men expressing themselves making fun of the other team. They're still not drawn. This being Hoppy think those are fighting words think again, the canes took that bunch of jerks line, and they ran with it from t shirts sold by the team to upping the ante on those celebrations never get luminaries like Vander Holyfield involved. So where is cherry on this? Now this weekend. He doubled down. The pens are now seventeen and eighteen thousand they're front runners there because they win not because the act like fish snow another t-shirt coming but seriously are the canes. Displays all in good fun. At kintu. Baseball's let the kids play movement having some fun with the game or they showing up opponents crossing the unwritten lines of sportsmanship. So let's talk about it with my form. And he's the vice president of marketing and brand strategy for the Carolina Hurricanes. He has more than braced the notion of the bunch of jerky joins us now. So I gotta ask you when you heard done cherries remarks. What was your first response? You know, honestly it came out on a game night. It was Saturday. February sixteenth and we had a late game that night eight o'clock game. And we started seeing some some comments come in on social about it. And we needed to check it out ourselves. And honestly, the first thing once we watch the clip the first thing that changed is. We changed our Twitter bio our social staff acted quickly and instead of instead of that that hockey team with the fun celebrations. It was that bunch of jerks with the fund celebrations. So you ran to the place that we're going to use. This ran ran with it immediately. And I think that kind of set the tone to take what could have been perceive negative and turn it into a positive right away. You know, it really is incredible. But what do you say to critics out there who say that the canes are showing up opponents there's a few things to it. And I I d- be remiss not to say that this all started with our team. You know, this is Justin Williams and our leadership in the room this entire campaign and idea of post game storm surges, so it's authentic, which is the best part. Of it. And in in terms of showing the opponent. I think that's the last thing that they're trying to do when they're doing these post game celebrations. They take place on the ice after the visiting team has left it rarely involves anything to do with the opponent or anything like that. So it's more just a way to engage. Our fans are paying customers and to say thank you to them. You know, when we look at the pictures from the crowd, we see that people love it, there cheered. They're so excited. They got signs everything. Have you heard any criticisms from fans about not liking this or maybe not liking what it represents? None not a single canes fan has had a negative thing to say about this and very few opposing fans, honestly, the the most fun part on our end is play a team. And there might be a few fans that visiting team in our building. And they stay to the end to watch what our team was going to do. They would clap along with the skull clap, they would take photos and video. So they all wanted to be a part of it also, which was really fun to see you don't have to say, there's a part of it. They've kind of feels like vendors after the movie after the credits, you're waiting around to see what happens have you reached out to John cherry at all. You know, one person that we don't want to send something directly to send it to the shirt to a lot of influencers. And I think Don knows that we thank him for this every single day. And as it was mentioned he doubled down this weekend. So we thank him again. But it's just been a lot of fun. We know he's a character. That was a part of me that thought initially that baby he was joking. But then he takes it seriously. But do do you think that there needs to be more of this in hockey that maybe we don't have enough fun or don't have enough enjoyment in the game that really kind of brings fans in especially younger fans. Absolutely hockey's is still very traditionalist type sport and in a market like ours. I don't think this will work in every market. So I don't think this is something we go to our club business meetings and say every team should be doing this it, but it works for our market. And in other sports, I think the same can be applied that it might not work in New York, for example, but it might work in a non traditional market and another sport as well. So it's helping to grow the. Game here in Raleigh. I know that for a fact, I know other clubs around the league are intrigued and interested in this type of thing as well. So I think it's great for the sport hockey. So if you're trying to win over a traditionalist who says, I don't know about this stuff. I see it. I think it's maybe not right for the game. What do you say to him come experience? It, you know, honestly, it's the marketing trifecta like I said, I wish we could take credit for it. But it really was the brilliance of our players, but it offense engages directly players to fans, it's something that can't be replicated at home, and it gets people to stay the whole game. Those are kind of three prongs that any marketer were love a couple of seconds left. You planning on up the ante in any way. Absolutely, Don double down this weekend. And our fan base was was labeled as front runners. So we have a shirt coming out. We posted the design the other night as a bunch of front running jerks established in nineteen Ninety-seven. This is one of those rivalries that I just wanna see escalate further than further. It just gets more and more fun and Mike. Thank you. So much for joining us. Appreciate thanks for having me. Well, fair or foul. What what the derby brouhaha shows about our complicated relationship with instant replay. That's next. Outside. The lines is brought to you by Macy's. Sportscenter six eastern after PTI with sage in Kevin they're gonna look at whether or not we've seen Kyrie's last home game as a Celtic. Plus why it's all about Embiid tonight in game five and our dear mom series maker Mayfield recognizes his mom for making him the manning today. Sportscenter after PTI on ESPN and the app and Wednesday a little earlier start time than normal. We're gonna have the Mariners and the Yanks at the stadium. Six thirty eastern on ESPN two teams battling out for the top spot in their respective divisions. You can always watch on the ESPN app from. What is it about this year? Feels like the sports world has become lost in a no call blown. Call instant replay fueled maze of despair after all it's only may already this year. One can make the case that MS calls cost the saints spot in the Super Bowl the Golden Knights spot in the second round of the NHL playoffs. Auburn a chance to make the national championship over Virginia. And Texas Tech a chance to beat them for the title all the rage last week where the allegations that miss calls against the rockets cost them game one in their series with the warriors and even in last night's Bruins playoff win, blue jackets fans had major beef with this Charlie McEvoy bomb on Josh Anderson rule the two minute minor penalty after the replay yet the greatest outrage was over the Kentucky Derby instant replay that most horse racing pundits. Agree officials got right outrage that it took to twenty two minutes to make a call in a two minute race outrage. That officials didn't answer questions afterwards. What do we really want fast replay living with the prospect of officials getting? Wrong. The chance to bunk officials who may correct calls. This is where we are. Right now. We just don't trust officials. We can't live with the human error. So we've created layer after layer of protests, we demand meticulous analysis. And now when that rigorous review in that extensive replay is establish we lament the loss of fun in sports. We argue as many have that a wire to wire winning horse shouldn't lose the biggest race in history. Because of how barely affecting the winner we created replay. And now we have to live with it. It's ever expanding nature like NFL coaches now being able to contest no calls and it's game changing impact. And you know, what we can't put it all on the refs in the officials usually among the most underpaid in sports with so little to gain from the outcome. Because guess what folks all they do is impose the rules. This is where we are America, certainly in sports, less and less human error. But at what cost maximum security appeal was denied. So certainly that horse in his connections are feeling that cost right now. Thanks so much for joining us, and it fell live and windy. Knicks.

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May 10 News Headlines in 4-Minutes

Dailycast News

04:00 min | 5 months ago

May 10 News Headlines in 4-Minutes

"This is news headlines in four minutes with alan edwards. Grieving families buried their dead sunday following a horrific bombing at a girl school in afghan capital. That killed fifty people. Many of them pupils between eleven fifteen years old david alexander reports. The number of wounded in saturday's attack. Climb to more than one hundred said interior ministry spokesman tarak arianne in the western neighborhood of dashti barchi families buried their dead amid angry recriminations at a government they said has failed to protect them from repeated attacks in the mostly shiite muslim neighborhood. The shutdown of a vital us pipeline because of ransomware attacks stretched into its third day on sunday. Experts said that this was the worst cyber attack to date on critical infrastructure. Should serve as a wakeup call. To companies about the vulnerabilities they face the pipeline operated by georgia-based colonial pipeline carries gasoline and other fuels from texas to northeast. It delivers roughly forty five percent of fuel consumed on the east coast according to the company. Top house republican kevin mccarthy on sunday publicly endorsed representative at least a phonic for the post of number three leader some ending party support for the donald trump loyalist over representative liz. Cheney an outspoken critic of the former president for promoting discredited claims that the twenty twenty election was stolen house. Republicans could vote as early as wednesday to remove cheney the pace of administering krono virus vaccine shots. India has dropped with state saying they only have limited start to give out kyle reports. India's supreme court said saturday it would set up a national task force consisting of top experts in doctors to conduct an oxygen audit to determine whether supplies from the federal government were reaching states on sunday. India reported four hundred three thousand seven hundred. Thirty eight confirmed cases including four thousand ninety two deaths now this still get fees frontier no hidden monthly fees for fifty nine ninety nine a month plus taxes and government charges three people including four year. Old girl were shot at new york. City's times square. After gunfire broke out in a dispute that they were apparently not involved in the city's top police official said saturday. Michael patterson reports police commissioner dermot shea said a family from brooklyn had brought the child to times square to buy toys shea told reporters gathered at times square that she and the two other victims a twenty three year. Old female tourist from rhode island in a forty three year. Old woman from new jersey did not appear related to one another or to the shooting itself. Nasa has lambasted china for its failure to meet responsible standards after debris from it's out of control rocket likely plunged into the indian ocean saturday night spacefaring nations must minimize the risk of people and property on earth of re entries of space objects and maximize transparency regarding those operations said nasa administrator senator bill nelson in a statement on the space agency's website sunday. The first tropical storm of the twenty twenty one eastern pacific hurricane season formed off south west coast of mexico on sunday. tropical storm. andres is the first earliest tropical storm to ever form. During the satellite era in the eastern pacific surpassing adrian in seventeen andres also holds the distinction of developing before the official start of the eastern pacific hurricane season which begins on may fifteenth medina spirits. Victory in the kentucky derby is in serious jeopardy because of a failed post race drug test one that led churchill down to suspend hall of fame trainer bob baffert on sunday in the latest scandal to play sport. Effort denied all wrongdoing and promised to be fully transparent with the kentucky horse racing commission during its investigation. And that's news headlines in four minutes. I'm alan edwards.

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Vaccines Headed Overseas, UFO Mystery Deepens & Avengers Theme Park- Friday, June 4th, 2021

the NewsWorthy

12:44 min | 5 months ago

Vaccines Headed Overseas, UFO Mystery Deepens & Avengers Theme Park- Friday, June 4th, 2021

"Today is friday june fourth. We have updates about where the white house is sending donated covid nineteen vaccines and why the world health organization decided to rename new variants of the virus. Also it's the latest controversy surrounding the postmaster. General he's now facing an fbi investigation plus new details about a series of ufo encounters. What's included in twitter's new paid subscription and where to get free donuts nationwide today welcome. Welcome to the newsworthy. All the day's news in about ten minutes fast fair fun and on the go. I'm lacey evans. Filling in for eric mandy during her maternity. Leave you ready. let's do this the. Us is getting closer to becoming a top cove. Nineteen vaccine supplier for the rest of the world. The white house laid out its framework for donating millions of shots. It said seventy five percent of the first batch will go to the kovacs initiative remember the world health organization put kovacs together last fall as a way to make vaccine access around the world. More equal the kovacs shipments are going mostly to latin america southeast asia and africa the twenty five percent of donated american vaccines. We'll go directly to places in need for example india and gaza. They'll be the same shots already. Authorized in the us from pfizer. Moderna and johnson overall the us plans to share at least eighty million vaccine doses with the rest of the world by the end of this month. The white house says that's five times. What any other country has to donate. So it's encouraging others to step up to no matter what health officials say there will be plenty left over for any americans who still need to get their shots. As of this morning fifty. Two percent of american adults are fully vaccinated. The newer corona virus strains names to go with them. The world health organization decided to assign different letters of the greek alphabet to each new mutation of the virus until now most people have been referring to each new variants by saying where they were first discovered for example the uk strain or the south african strain of covid nineteen but the who says that kind of language can create a stigma about certain places or people from there and it might even make government's not want to report new strains if they think they'll be blamed for them so from now on the strain i discovered in the uk will be called the alpha variant instead. The one i discovered in south africa will be called the beta variant and so on and so forth. The names are going fast though. There are twenty four letters in the greek alphabet and already the who has assigned ten of them more. Chinese companies are now blacklisted. Meaning americans are not able to invest in them. President biden signed an executive order expanding on one president trump issued late last year. The original order listed thirty one companies linked to the chinese government. The new one nearly doubles that the white house says it includes chinese tech firms that make or deliver surveillance technology. That's used against moslem minorities in china or protesters in hong kong. The new york times says it goes beyond. That and china is currently ramping up. Its ability to spy on nearly one and a half billion people through technology so the white house says the investment ban will keep americans from supporting that if americans already have stock or other interest in the companies listed they will have a year to unwind those investments however china says the. Us shouldn't interfere with china's domestic affairs. And it could retaliate. With bans on american companies to stay tuned the postmaster general under investigation the washington post cited sources. Who says the fbi is looking into political donations tied to louis dejoy 's former business before he led the postal service. Dejoy was the ceo of a company called new breed logistics. While some new breed employees told the post. They were pressured to give money to republican political candidates and then they were apparently paid back through bonuses. That's illegal under federal law so the fbi is going to look into the allegations. However one spokesman for dejoy says he doesn't expect much to come out of it. That's because the postal services inspector general. Who looks out for any misconduct has already investigated. This issue and found joy never knowingly violated campaign contribution laws this month american intelligence agencies are set to release a highly anticipated report about. Ufo's and american airspace. but it doesn't look like enthusiasts are going to get the answer they want. Which would be proof of alien life. The new york times spoke to some senior officials who have seen the classified report already. And they say there's no evidence of alien spacecraft however. The report apparently doesn't offer any other kind of explanation for unusual sightings either intelligence officials have been looking into more than one hundred twenty incidents over the past two decades most came from navy personnel and in some instances the objects in the sky quickly sped up or change direction against the wind. Well the time says they couldn't trace those incidents back to any kind of american military or government technology but it's not clear if maybe they were kind of super advanced technology from another country or another planet of course when the full report is released. We'll update you. More news is just ahead but first. Here's your main hosts. Eric mandy with a word about today's sponsor. Think about everything you've ever learned about getting healthy. 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Neum dot com slash newsworthy. There are two new potential breakthroughs in cancer research. First scientists say. They've discovered a new treatment to help patients with advanced prostate. Cancer live longer. The drug has a tracker in it. Meaning it can target cancer cells in the body. That doctors can't see so they can tackle some kinds of cancer that are considered inoperable in this study advanced prostate cancer patients who received the experimental treatment lived about four months longer than those who received only standard care. The drugmaker plans to ask regulators to approve the drug in the us later this year. But that's not the only new treatment showing promise. A new study found a pill helps keep certain early but aggressive breast cancers at bay. It was studying patients with cancer causing variants of brca genes. Who were already treated for cancer. But we're at risk of having comeback researchers found the pill reduce the recurrence risk by forty two percent already. This drug is sold in the us for treating other kinds of cancer once they've widely spread but the new study shows. It could help with early stage. Breast cancer to twitter finally unveiled its first subscription service. It's called twitter blue and for now. It's only available in canada and australia for less than five dollars a month. Subscribers get some bonus features for example and tweet button also subscribers will have thirty seconds to preview a tweets and make changes before it goes live. Then there's bookmark folders made to make it easier to organize save tweets n more. There's no release date for american users yet but twitter blue will likely come to the. Us soon still. The company says the free version isn't going anywhere. After a year delay. The marvel superheroes have finally arrived at disneyland. The new avengers campus opens to the public today. It's located within disney's california adventure park in anaheim. One of the most talked about features is a spiderman adventure ride that also works like a video game thanks to three d. Imaging and virtual reality visitors can fight the bad guys by shooting virtual webs from their arms the avengers campus will also include performances by marvel characters for example the royal black panthers kanda will demonstrate their skills and doctor strange will perform magic shows. It's all open today but people will still have to stay distanced and wear masks. The theme park is expected to lift some of those restrictions later this summer the final horse race and the triple crown series is tomorrow. We're talking about the belmont stakes on long island new york at one and a half miles long. The belmont stakes is the longest race in the series. A horse called essential. Quality is the odds on favourite to win fans are betting his strongest competitor will be a horse named romblon. He's the horse that came from behind to win the preakness stakes last month. But fans won't see kentucky derby winner medina spirit at the starting gate. The new york racing association recently banned medina spirits trainer bob baffert from entering any races. The group said issued the suspension because several baths horses have failed drug tests over the years. Remember medina spirit failed a drug test after the kentucky derby last month and this week a second test. Confirm those results. The kentucky horse racing commission still needs to decide whether to strip medina spirit of the kentucky derby title asked for the belmont stakes. You can watch tomorrow at five pm. Eastern eastern on nbc. Today is national doughnut. Day and several retailers are celebrating with discounts and freebies for example crispy cream is offering every customer one free donut and if you've been vaccinated you'll get to when you show your vaccination card at dunkin customers who buy a beverage. We'll get a free doughnut to go with it and some walmart stores giving out free coffee and donuts this afternoon. That's it for the main news today. But now it's time for feel good friday where we bring you one extra feel-good or possibly new story before the weekend but first this episode is brought to you by hellofresh. Here's a again with her endorsement. Hey it's erica. Here and i love the taste and feel of a home cooked meal but to be honest i don't always have the know-how or the time to make it happen and that's hellofresh comes in. I love that. My husband. And i can come together to enjoy cooking together without needing to think about stressful meal planning or extra grocery trips for that one ingredient. All barely us again instead. Hellofresh sends us everything. We need for a delicious nutritious and unique meal right to our door it allows us to get a great dinner on the table just about thirty minutes and that convenience is even more important now as we start our family. 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Still the two women say they were never that close until the ex wife got kidney disease. Strickland offered to help and it turned out she was perfect match. The surgery was a success to and today the two women call each other kidney sisters. They have since celebrated the birth of their first grandchild. And they're planning a big vacation with their entire families for this summer. And that's your feel-good friday. Thank you for listening. We'll be back with our special edition saturday episode tomorrow. We're talking about van life and what you need to know if you plan to strike out on the road. Then we're have your next news roundup on monday until then have a great day.

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Friday Four: NBA Draft Lottery

Outside the Lines

00:00 sec | 2 years ago

Friday Four: NBA Draft Lottery

"The allocates. Get that. Motion walking out of the jam clear to us, the carton, this is disgusting. I win with the New York Jets. That here they are the Friday, four on outside the lines. And yes, the war. Yeah. Now up to zip on the blades are looking like three Peters, and yeah. The Bruins punch their ticket to the Stanley Cup finals both are worthy of big story today. But we've got an NBA draft lottery. Like we had this week, I on at stake that story takes the cake. So what surprised you the motor? Well, I think you have to pay Pat Riley. Right. Because you said, three peat isn't that? He's gonna come for his money. Don't worry about that. Surprise me the bonus the whole thing. I'm being serious here. The, the unhinged completely on more from reality of coverage and reaction in New York. It's like math does not exist in New York. My home city was like it was always fourteen percent. Fourteen percent six out of not get it. And then people go crazy. Patrick Ewing wasn't surprised to understand what was coming. How unlikely was Martina my college classmate by the way seem to understand? I I don't get it. How does anybody have the right to be upset when you only had a one at a seven chantey the first and this idea that always suffered so much because of all the suffering suddenly get thrown out the window. There was a sixty percent chance the Knicks weren't gonna get a top three pitch. She'd be very great. They deserve the same fix that was. Then when they got Ewing. Yes. I still it's so weird and it seems like we are living like a post reality universe where it doesn't make a difference. What the numbers are well to that point. I also think that there was a lot of narratives that were saying that, oh, r I p tanking. Look, the numbers pan out, and they show that there's no incentive for tanking. I don't know about that. They're still going to be an evolution of tanking purposeful tanking right? And what did the pelicans do this past year when they realized where they were Anthony Davis didn't play for the stretch down the end of the season and that put them in a position where they will one of the teams that was vying for that top pick. So while I understand that. They've like even the playing field a little bit. I still feel like teams are going to find a way down the stretch to put themselves in better position to get one of the top five picks up salute you're going to see it. Look, the grizzlies got the number two pick the Lakers, which also down the stretch brought shut it down. They got the number four pick. You're gonna have teams once they decide. Side. Okay. We're not making the playoffs. Now's the time to bench some of our starts and the teams that we really should be worried about taking are the pretty good teams that are on the bubble that could make the playoffs. And I think that look there wasn't a lot of talk about tanking down the stretch this year. The NBA the optics of it. They don't want us to talk about it. But I think we're now going to teams reaching become the pelicans that's going to be the standard do pelicans. How do you do that? Let's take a look this, how do you do that? When the odds stacked up like this. You have the three worst teams right there ending up with third fourth and fifth. And then you have some of the best teams in the lottery, take a look Lakers, pelicans and Grizz all moving up. So when you have that kind of situation, it's completely unpredictable. If you wanna take the problem is that we have. Unlike most of the rest of the world where we will ward ineptitude and we punish achievement. And that's the way that it works in our draft. We, we want paradise. We've had a ton of it. Right. One of the words and you know. Oh at Riley and. Doesn't seem to work very well in the NFL. I mean how many do the patriots win? I mean that's the point. But promotion and relegation. No, it's never gonna happen. It's ridiculous. That's the system we need. We live in a country in which we care about winning. And we should reward it rather than punishing go the rich get richer. That's how he likes how. All right. Let's talk about the baller of the week and I don't mean ball. I mean, Waller Texas. They of after the game emotional walking out of the jam Nessim pain that is not going to leave Joel and be for a very long time. Alone. Oh, it's like an after school special. Was represents positive change because he cried and we embraced him for you. Remember when Mike Schmidt, your childhood hero from? Whatever. And you know, he weaned inside. He was made fun of he was mocked. He was derided. He was scolded today. We understand that it's okay for athletes, it matters to them. Anything that's important. You're going to have an emotional investment, too. I do like that. He did it in the hallway with open. But I like even better than he changed. His Twitter picture to him crying. It's right. You know, we learned here this is what Philly already knows everybody in Philadelphia. It's all right to cry crying takes the sat out of you. Right to cry. It might make. Wise words. We love about MBA. He's authentic. He is who he is. And he made no apologies for it cried on the court cried on the hallway, it's great. But you're right. Thirty years ago. There would be a lot of booing for that. You know, he was taking the task often for having all those our displays of emotion, and he said he plays the game. He mostly likes to have fun. I think this proved that he really just kind of really does let it all hang out on the court. It's like a nine hundred remember. Yeah. Nineteen ninety-three. I remember what a moment that was. Hey, yes. Okay. Can we talk about another big moment this, this week? The hand pass of the week now this one really takes the cake. Take a look at this. Can we? Meyer, the book that why Meyer sense, Mike with Eric? There that get away. And it is a search by four win. But the blues are protesting. No, they did not call a hand pass here folks. They did not call a hand pass, nobody called it wasn't blown dead. They can't call this back. This cannot be challenged his game is over that tells you everything you need to know about that team Omar hand past air Carlson for the game winner in game three instant replay instant replay. I just have this question. I know everybody's saying, well we gotta change the rules. How many times are we going to change the rules when there's a call that people don't like are we just going to keep doing? It depends. Are you supposed to get it right? Well, but is the Hct? Are you like Jared human era? There's a part of that race human error. Look, as I do as well. If Diego Maradonna interior, Honorine important moments in soccer particular where hands were used illegally of look. Are we going to we had the technology natch? Creek, everything. That's wrong. We have to decide in each sport has to decide for it self. Is it worth it? Where are we going to draw the lines is are we are we committed to being right or to being human, and there should be a rule that if four referees all get it wrong, then you need to have that play review -able? I mean it's just incredible that four referees miss that and I love how quickly the blues of the shark Scott off the ice. Okay. It's on good works out, Sean Payton online. Most. All right. We'll coming up a horse is suing and no it's not. Mr. Ed, by the way, we're talking about the jets, which means Mr. shaft is just getting warmed up under reported stories and Jeremy uncensored Shabina wrap. Puck can't wait. Your home is important. That's why gyco helps make it easy to save on homeowner's insurance. Because home is more than just a place. Home is where you have a cute little reading for those rainy days, when you want to curl up with a good book, but you don't even read so you just sit in there during thunderstorms and scroll through memes on your phone, and laugh in the darkness. The guy co insurance agency could help protect the dark mean filled corner, you call home. Call gyco and see how easy it is to switch and save on homeowner's insurance. Outside the lines is brought to you by state farm chunk to an agent today and eight hundred state far. There is a major development in a story involving Ohio State this morning. The university released a report detailing at least one hundred seventy seven claims of sexual abuse, some of which included male student athletes in sixteen different sports by now, deceased athletic department, director, Richard Strauss. The report concluded the school personnel knew about the complaints as early as the first year of Strauss's nearly two decade tenure but didn't act today school president, Michael Drake offered, quote, profound regret and sincere apologies to each person who endured Strauss's abuse. All right. Let's move to under reported stories and let's start with a horse that won the Kentucky Derby, excuse me, finished seven. That's right. Max maximum securities owners, Gary and Mary west have filed the lawsuit in federal court seeking to overturn steward's decision that disqualified maximum security. They claim that the decision made by the stewards was bizarre and unconstitutional. They're challenging the Kentucky horse racing commission. This has no chance of winning. Absolutely no chance. They're doing it, though. Why? Stud fee. I mean, that's the whole thing that's the that's about the forget winning the derby, forget about that title. It's if I can get that behind my name, how much more money today, they make this a we should have, we should have odds on this. And if we do it'll be a thousand to one I have no chance of federal court overturning this decision it was clear. Look, if this happened at the fifth race at Akwa docked a horse going across. Several of the horses the way maximum security. Did we would see a disqualification the stuarts were courageous in making this decision? And also, it could have been a huge disaster. If these horses fell it's been a tough year, obviously, for horse racing with two dozen deaths at Santa Anita. So I just I see this, having absolutely no show racing doesn't need this right now, doesn't need this. No. And of course, top four horses from derby are not going to be in the Preakness, so not a good look right now for horse racing. All right. Let's talk about a Nike athlete. All right. So Nike has been bringing lately guys with some of their ads that are trying to empower women. I'm sure you've seen the Serena ads saying do things that are crazy. And on mother's day they rolled out another one that was telling young girls that they should follow their dreams will several athletes are calling Bs on that rhetoric saying that because of their status as runners and their choice to be mothers. Nike has really neglected that I'm talking about Lisa Montano and CARA Gaucho two runners elite runners, who also happen to be moms. They wrote a New York Times, op Ed. Ed coming forward with details about how Nike and the US Olympic Committee and the USA track and field organization. Penalized female athletes for becoming moms. You're seeing Lisa. They're running when she was eight months pregnant it made national, and international news. She did that essentially guys because otherwise, these companies are cutting their contracts, cutting their pay and sometimes also cutting their health insurance. So it's just unbelievable. That this is kind of gone unreported some of the issues that women have to face if they choose to be elite athletes who also want to have what an opportunity for them to be on the right side of that discussion by promoting these athletes. Well, Nike says that this is a common practice in their industry will, but what baffles me is Nike claims to be a leader in the industry. If you are then changed the status quo. You don't have to follow it. They make this point about them be independent contractors. So they don't have to give them all these benefits, but as you say, Nike should be a trailblazer on this and need to step up. There is a company. Burton, Burton snowboards that has already come out and said, based on this op Ed, we have made major changes to the way that we handle our female athletes. Another under reported story. It involves an athlete in college in your memory talk about change, the NCAA changed the rules recently to ease transfers kids want to transfer from school to school. It's a lot easier now but there's an athlete James Hudson used to play at Michigan offensive tackle transferred to Cincinnati wanted to get that waiver. So he doesn't have to sit out a year denied he later has said that he made a mistake by not bringing up some of the mental health issues. He suffers from thinking that, if he would have done that he might have gotten that waiver. But the bigger issue here is that the NCAA has been touting this idea that we are now supporting the athletes, letting them transfer not putting up those walls, and yet the transfer process seems to be becoming a little bit arbitrary some guys, no problem this young man feels like to talk about issues that are private dam in order to get that transfer. What are we forcing these athletes to do? We forcing them to be in a position where they have to say anything to get out of the school, so they can keep playing and. And continued doing what they wanna do. It's just a disaster. And the transfer system isn't something that's always been in place. I mean generations ago you could pretty much go in. Right. Go as you please free agent friendly reminder coaches still can right? Thank you. All right. It is time, ladies and gentleman, for Jeremy shop to wax philosophical, we call it the shepherd look, I mean, I am definitely couple days behind, but this is a theme. So after this week with the genitive rep, let's talk about the jets. All right. I like talking about the jets because they make it so easy. That's really the point firing their general manager after allowing him to spend tens of billions one hundred twenty million dollars in the free agency period after allowing him to run their draft in which they had high picks doing it now it just smacks of the jets doing business as usual in their organization. It we can we can certainly say this general manager. In fact, didn't deserve to have his job at this point. But that is the same case you would have made before all of these things happen last few months. The timing doesn't make any sense, people within the organization, people outside of the organization. People used to be an organization said what? The heck is going on. Look, I'm almost fifty years old. I'm going to be fifty in August in my lifetime. The New York Jets have never won their conference. Okay. Other old, New York. Giants it in the Super Bowl five times the Mets have been in the World Series five times. The Yankees have been in the World Series eleven times in New York. We expect we don't speak you to win it every year. But we expect you to at least have an organization that knows how to compete. It's the greatest city in the world. In the jets are out of the juices after five decades, it's over this. It's not just about maybe the sense of being the right decision. Get rid of him at this point. But. But. Earlier, they could have done this month. They could have solved whatever the. Absolutely. Absolutely. To Sandoval, mockery, absolutely. The case. We'll be right back. Bring hill. Chea. Video of him at the end of. Or do you have more supposing, okay kept it started? All right. Let's talk billons dunk starting with cough. Villain of the moment. I say the PG listen, I heard guys on sportscenter earlier today, talking about the difficulty of driving back, paid black, and they want talking. Ride a golf cart for the first two rounds he has now will not make the cut. So we won't be subjected to this over the weekend, eleven over poor, that he has our three dick knees. Maybe it's just the one I'm not sure, but they are allowing him to use the cart, which I think is just the spectacle, isn't walking, the course part of the requirement for plays golf smoking cigarettes. That, that was, of course, as we know, link, the subject of lengthy case, Casey Morton, it was years ago. It was determined that no. You know, it's not fundamental. That's why Casey Martin was allowed to play questions, you would be this. Once you have this allowance made shouldn't there be then some respect for everything else? I mean he's got the McDonalds Cup hanging out the super size hanging out in the Cup holder. The Marlboro reds hanging from his lip. It just seems like making a mockery of the whole thing. Janki is that so bad in a sport that is so buttoned up oftentimes people say, what am I watching just bunch of steps playing golf? I mean character there is an audio meek. There's absolutely. By that argument. But not in the first major after tiger won the masters. It's not like we're. Reverence for golf that everybody seems and I'm not saying that's completely what Adam saying we aren't an era of people trying to loosen things up a little bit. And in a way, look at how much people are talking about John Daly, a long way. There's a spectrum right? How far on the spectrum are we willing to go here? I get this ticket clan. I wanna know what's in the McDonalds Cup allegedly code. He does vodka. I know he's a crown Royal man, there could be anything instead allowed. I don't think so. No. Follow. Do you think they're gonna do you think they're gonna keep expanding this rule so that other people will be able to ride in the car too? I mean that's to me. It's exactly once you've opened the door you pay for tiger needs. It then they'll probably, he's an supply heart. He's applied to use a cart in the British Open. He hasn't heard daily has, and we'll see what happens. I have a feeling he's not going to get that permission. Okay. Speaking of seeing what happens another villain. Here, both U N me is the NCAA and look at maybe not. But the NCAA came out with an ounce this week saying that they are starting a working group. Follow me here to consider compensation for college players for the use of their name, likeness, and images. Look at all those hedging words, and by the way, they made sure to say compensation doesn't include payment include here that's hard. So I mean what are you? The other factor here is remembered they've been considering this for decades. I don't know. I mean what are we really saying to escrow is going to be paid out at the time? They're not gonna phase render. Maybe you're talking about a birthday cake, or a hamburger or a sex like that's the point. Exactly the combination in lieu of payment was scholarship. What else the issue here is that it's clear as mud, right? They aren't being clear about what they're going to go just talking about considering something that people have been saying they need to have implemented years ago, these kids should be able to monetize their name and likeness, if the universities are able to and for a long time video games were able to. It's a way to basically try to just get the issue off the table and kick the can down the road and nothing will ever come I use with my husband asked me something to happen. I think that's a good idea. We should talk about better than we never did. What time is watching because I feel like that's been done too many times. All right. Let's talk heroes. How about it? Okay. And let us start with I just love his video. Jen, takeaway. All right. So this is five year old Phoenix. You probably saw this. It's been making the rounds. He was trying to kick the board break the board over and over again. It happened it took a long time for him to do a guys. And we cut the video, obviously there. But the good news was his, his like six his teammates gathered around him. They were chanting name, the coaches were encouraging him. He got very emotional when he was crying, and then he was able to break the board. It was another. The power of practice did suit again. Here we go getting up sand so cute. Telling him you just hit it with your heel. He did it. So again, a reminder, never give up up salute, okay? Dumb my hero. This week is NBA photographer. Mark Lynch who took than unbelievable picture here. It is for my money. It's one of the greatest sports photos of all time, they say, a picture is worth a thousand words. This picture is worth a thousand means look at all of those faces in that photograph there were a lot of great pictures taken, of course, is great buzzer beater, but for my money, this is the greatest one hovering above the court like tomcats twitted, it appears like exactly a drone or so there for a while. Oh, I see make why. They're having a Cup of coffee waiting outcome of the shot. You know, I, I was going to do a hero and producers up there. We can skip mine. I was going to do a hero that involves some great engagement photos. But instead, I wanna give some credit to young man that we've had working with us for a while. Name is NICKY. Atkin foru-, and he has been one of the greatest content associates, we've ever had folks, you ever watch this show, the video that you see so much of what you see on TV the video, you see up top. He cuts that so many of our content associates, put this stuff together, the make the show great. And he's been one of the best we've ever had a stellar content associate stellar idea generator, he is, and even better personality leaving us. Thank you for being with us. And he's leaving us for greener pastures. You're proud of my hero to why we got some here. We'll see next week.

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May 10th: Dogecoin and Musk on SNL HR 1

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

34:23 min | 5 months ago

May 10th: Dogecoin and Musk on SNL HR 1

"This is mornings with kale and northern colorado's voice. Thirteen ten kfi k. I can't remember the last time. I actually stayed up. Admit to it up come clean. I'll be totally transparent but stayed up. Well i'll be honest for most of saturday night. Live and spacex tesla ceo elon. Musk as the host was in fine form. So begging the question did you watch him. And i still don't understand what all the controversy was about other than the he's the dreaded evil rich and well. He said the some things that didn't fit the conventional politically correct narrative when it came to co of nineteen. But isn't he known enough. I saying some rather outrageous outlandish things. So did you watch it. Nine seven three five three thirteen ten dropped me a text on our thirteen ten k. k. A text line and what were your takeaway six. Oh eight now thirteen ten. Kfi a thirteen ten kfi a dot com northern colorado's voice mornings with gail the auto collision specia- the auto collision specialists studios. And i have to wonder to a lot of the run up to elon. Musk taking the hosting baton on saturday. Night live if that was just generate some buzz because you remember you had some cast members saying no no. We don't want anything to do with elon. Musk which gotta love pete davidson. Because he's like. I don't know what the big deal is all about. He couldn't figure out for the life of him. Why people were actually freaking out. But i think the biggest question for many of us would elon. Musk actually be funny. Why yes yes. He was now. He opened his monologue by thanking the audience. Saying what a quote honor. It was to be hosting saturday night live. I mean that. He said making fun of his own voice. Sometimes after i say something. I have to say i mean that the so people really know that i mean it already. That's because i don't always have a lot of intonation or variation in how. I speak which i'm told makes for great comedy. And he went on to own Some of his quirks and it endeared him. I think to so many of us watching because he he actually owned the fact that he does have asperger's syndrome he said i'm actually making history. Tonight is the first person with aspects to host the snl or at least the first to admit this was By the way this was the first time he publicly admitted to suffering from this form of autism but actually he wasn't quite accurate in his assessment. When he said he was the first person with asperger's to host saturday night live or at least the first to admit because actually original cast member. Dan ackroyd who was long then open about his own asperger's diagnosis well. He returned to host saturday night. Live in two thousand three but he said musk did look i know. I sometimes say or post to strange things to which she gets this nasa rump and group head nod because boy some of the things. He's posted a pin really out there. Right man is brilliant. I mean let's give credit where credit is due. But he says yeah. I know. I sometimes say or post rather strange things. But that's just how my brain works to anyone. I've offended. he said. I just wanna say i. Reinvented electric cars and sending people to mars on a rocket ship. Did you also think. I was going to be a chill normal dude. No alon no. We really didn't now. He also cracked some jokes about saying something truly shocking on live tv. That's why he said. I drive a prius no. He really doesn't how to pronounce his son's name. Which is a real head scratcher. He said you pronounce it like cat running across keyboard and then with the show the night before mother's day he brought his own. Mother may musk up on stage. She apparently got the does coin for a day present. And i hope all you moms out. There had a wonderful mother's day as well whether you god does coin or not but speaking of those coin here so it was kind of interesting because well. It started falling off the cliff in terms of value. The minute he lon must took the stage on saturday night live fell as much as twenty nine point. Five percent dropping to forty nine cents at one point now of course. Musk mentioned does coin and his Opening monologue and on weekend update in q. And a. with hosts michael shea and colin jost must called himself the does father skirting the question. Many of us are still asking when it comes to this. Crypto currency neem. That started as a joke. Here's elon musk as financial experts. Lloyd ostertag explain crypto currency as. We update financial expert. Lloyd ostertag thank you michael. Nice father so our viewers may not know anything about this. What are cryptocurrencies type of digital money. But instead of being controlled by a central government there decentralizing blockchain technology and lately prices have been soaring for cryptos bitcoin. If there especially those going what is those coin. Well it actually started as a joke based on an internet mean but now it's taken off in a very real way. Okay but what is those coins. Well it was created in two thousand thirteen and has a circulating supply of one hundred seventeen billion coins of which one hundred thirteen billion have already been mined cool. So what does does corey leka said. It's a digital currency okay. For instance does a dollar right. Israel safe sorta. So what is those coins about. Israel is that dollar sensitive. I've actually been reading a lot about it. And trying to diversify my investment portfolio and my question is what is your question. It's a future of currency. It's an unstoppable. Financial vehicle is gonna take over the world. Get what is it man. I keep telling you. It's the cryptocurrency you can trade for conventional money so the hustle as the question. So what is does coin now. Interestingly enough even though the value of does coin dropped at the start of the monologue at actually though he called it a hustle. Because i figured that's when the values gonna drop no actually it. It made a run up and got back up to well about the value. It started before the show about well. It was about seventeen percent down from the beginning of the show. But i think it's up enrolling rolling again but begging the question. What is does coin. But i think if you look at the ratings says well i think the out was pretty darn good not talking about those coin here and it remains to be seen but yeah for Saturday night live and nbc. By the way that clip courtesy of saturday night live and nbc but as host he actually increase the ratings of saturday. Night live now apparently the show has been mired in pretty low numbers for the past several weeks and you can find different numbers depending on how you source. It was bringing in about three point. Six million viewers a week over the past. Several weeks actually boosted those numbers by one point two million viewers to four point. Eight million and i think by any measure even though we still do not have the answer to the question. What is does coin. Well that's a pretty healthy return for nbc and saturday night. Live your thoughts this morning. Did you watch. Did you enjoy it and argue any more apt to buy doj coin after seeing the self-proclaimed does father elon. Musk hosting saturday night live. Let me know nine seven three five three thirteen ten. Drop me a text on our thirteen ten. Kfi a text line six seventeen now. Thirteen ten kfi kfi thirteen k of k dot com this time check sponsored by the candlelight dinner playhouse in johnstown bringing you the musical adaptation of the much beloved little women centerstage through june six for tickets and show information. Just jump online. I don't think they take does coin now. And visit. Colorado candlelight dot com candlelight dinner playhouse in johnstown broadway in your backyard. The whole sports story in northern colorado the state in the country tune into the whole show weekdays noon to ten kfi k. It's happening in your own. Backyard listened to no co- now with tanner's swint a northern colorado's voice thirteen ten k. k. Else of what. I would call rather triumphant spy. spacex and tesla. Ceo elon moscow. On saturday night live which well the value of does coin Took a nosedive over the span of the show but actually recovered to some degree. Well it dropped and thank you keith. Wineman presidential wealth management for checking out these numbers. Those coin actually dropped another twelve percent this morning but it Rebounded made a rally back up to fifty one cents so again you curious about does coin and keith. Whiteman presidential wealth management long. Well issued a hush inari tail kind of warning that you probably at this point in time don't want to base here in tyre retirement portfolio. Not even most of your retirement portfolio on does coined. But think of it as well. If you've got some extra coins laying around and you just want wanna play you know kinda like going and taking your chances go onto lost wages and you don't wanna bet the nest egg right to know. That would never be prudent. But i think that as a your form of play money so are you. Invested in adoc point be interested in hearing this morning nine seven hundred three five three thirteen ten. I'm still scratching my head and trying to figure it out. Well we will do. Just that. Because i am a hot on the trail of a those coined expert. Okay as a crypto currency billion air and trying to get him on the show this week. Because i think it'd be fascinating to hear his experiences because well when he talks about the blockchain he actually as does the on. Moscow knows what he's talking about for many of us just kind of like i have no idea. Oh at newfangled does coin right six twenty six now thirteen ten. Kfi a thirteen ten k. A. dot com northern colorado's voice mornings with gail via the auto collisions specialist studios. All right. well we knew it was common and indeed it did. Is that chinese rocket debris lands in the indian ocean. And isn't that funny. Because it's a chinese rocket it seems as though nobody's really saying much about it. It's kind of like crickets. Could you imagine if it was One of our rockets came down. Oh my gosh the umbrellas and the outrage from the global community. I think would be quite strident. Don't you but yeah. You had remnants of china's biggest rocket landing in the indian ocean on sunday. It was kinda like a roulette wheel. Nobody really knew where it was going to come down with it. Burn up upon reentry. Well a lot of it did. Most of its components were destroyed upon reentry into the atmosphere Basically ending days of speculation. Over where that debris would actually hit now the coordinates given by the chinese state media citing of course the china manned space engineering office and well i mean they always tell the truth. Right to state media does right so they must be right. They must be accurate. They must be correct. They put the point of impact in the ocean. West of the mounties archipelago debris from the long march. Five be well. It had a lot of people looking wehrley skywards since it blasted off of china on april. Twenty ninth but once again china manned. Space engineering office said no worries. Most of the debris was bird up in the atmosphere. Now the us space command did confirm the reentry of the rocket over the arabian peninsula. It was unknown. If the debris impacted land and water it said in a statement on its website the exact location of the impact in the span of the debris. Both of which are unknown at this time will not be released by. Us space command. I can't help but think though if you had chunks of this rocket raining down on landmasses we probably would have heard something something about it. Now nasa administrator bill nelson he's former. Senator astronaut said spacefaring nations must minimize the risk to people and property on earth of reentry of space objects and maximized transparency regarding those operations. Oh sure chinese state media always exceedingly transparent. Although not in the ways we would probably prefer. Yeah they're pretty transparent. In well spinning the narrative any which way they can in order to minimize any negative impacts nelson nasa administrator bill nelson went on to say. It's pretty clear that china is failing to meet responsible standards regarding their space debris. Now you did have. It was back in one thousand nine hundred seventy nine large chunks of the nasa space station skylab falling from harvard orbit and landing in australia well since then most countries and i'm sure china's going to jump right on this bandwagon have sought to avoid such uncontrolled reentry through their spacecraft design. So yes expected that. Chinese rockets indeed came down but where it landed. Well we think we know but we're not absolutely certain six thirty one now. Thirteen ten kfi k. What's happening in your own. Backyard listened to noko now with tanner's swint a northern colorado's voice thirteen ten kfi k. A tire affect is at the movies. Here don't forget to listen to my show every saturday on. Kfi now back to mornings with gay all right. So let's get back to the introduction you the wolves into colorado out begging the question. Well how do you re introduce something that is already here. I don't know a head scratcher for me. Six thirty nine now thirteen ten. Kfi a thirteen ten kfi k. A. dot com northern colorado's voice mornings with gail via the auto collision specialists studios. Could it be called someone already. Coined this phrase. So i can't take credit for it but it has been called the cost of colorado's forced wolf introduction as well. it's already taking its financial toll. I gotta love this phrase a circular self-destruction formula sounds kind of like the gop of recent years. Right but i digress. Scott weiser writing in complete colorado on page two as the colorado division of parks and wildlife grapples with the process of forcibly introducing. Those gray wolves. We need to be specific here. Gray wolves into western colorado but the question still stands. Because how do you reintroduce something. That is already here. I mean i don't think they read signs and there might have been signing up on the border saying gray wolves. Turn back not welcome here now. They don't read thirty here but beyond that. Yes we had you know. All of the animal lovers in urban areas that very rarely see wolves or see the destruction that they can cause all getting behind that proposition. One fourteen forcibly introducing gray wolves into western colorado as dictated by prop one fourteen. Well does it come as any surprise that the predicted costs of importing and managing wolves continues to rise. Now we're going to get into the weeds just a little bit here. But there with means in the fiscal note for the initiative right scott weiser incomplete colorado page to the legislative council staff predicted a two year cost of eight hundred eleven thousand seven hundred and ten dollars. And that's only to get the forest wolf program off the ground up and running pardon the pun and could not predict cost beyond twenty twenty three now proposition. One fourteen past with a narrow margin of just over fifty six thousand votes statewide with the outcome heavily influenced as formerly referenced by range metropolitan voters overall roughly sixty two percent of western slope voters. Who will actually live with the consequences of wolf importation said hell no to the measure But it wasn't enough to overcome that front range voter advantage. Only one of five bills in the state legislature this session directed at a program funding and management still survives. So far that's house bill. Twelve forty three this would amend the statute to by easing the financial burden on the wildlife cass fund which is primarily funded through hunting and fishing license fees. The bills fiscal now says that it quote assumes that under current law the wildlife cash fund is the default source of funding source to be used now in the draft state budget for fiscal year. Two thousand twenty one. This begins in july parenthetically. Five million dollars was scheduled to be appropriate for the program that in the last round of budget negotiations. That amount was actually slashed to about one point one million which is far higher than the three hundred eleven thousand seven hundred and sixty eight dollars the legislative council staff. The lcs says is required for fiscal year. Twenty twenty one. Twenty two according to the us fish and wildlife service after the nineteen ninety-four forced wolf introduction to yellowstone national park through twenty twelve elk herds decreased by more than eighty percent wolves. Get the job done now. Weren't they and most of the natural dispersion of wolves in the west since one thousand nine hundred four centers on the yellowstone packed says we'll populations increase. And they do what they do. They pray you might have. Wolves migrating in search of better pray opportunities and open range for new parks. Take a look at wyoming. The decimation of the elk herds in wyoming is obvious says former colorado wildlife measured commissioner wreck. Rick engstrom is obvious to anyone. In consumptive. Wildlife usage in wyoming. We're going to be spending a lot of money on this before it's over stands to reason reduced big game. Herds mean fewer hunting opportunities diminished hunting experience. Especially for out of state hunters. Who spent far more on licenses than residents due for example. A resident bull elk licenses. Fifty six dollars and eighty eight cents. Compared contrast a nonresident license is wait for it. Six hundred and eighty eight dollars and twenty six cents. Diminish hunt satisfaction also translates directly into lower tax revenues for counties and communities that depend heavily on annual hunting revenues. Oh and then. There's the moose in wisconsin minnesota and alaska moose calves. Our favorite foods or source for woods wolves tasty particularly in winter and moose populations have suffered under wolf protection laws. Ted harvey political consultant former state senator. Who ran the stop. The wolf pack in the run up to the two thousand and twenty election told complete colorado that there have been public statements by the proponents that they're hoping to have five hundred wolves in colorado. At some point cautions harvey. This is the epitome of foolishness when you see what. The devastation is to the herds in the northern rocky mountains or in minnesota and wisconsin. We've spent a ton of money on the introduction of the moose in colorado over the last forty years now we're just going to say too bad so sad. Good luck with that. All you moves because we're just going to introduce wolves apparently so now. According to the first of a three so called educational sessions Presented by the colorado parks and wildlife commission and some four hundred interested persons this at an april twenty eighth zoom meeting. Dr diane boyd wolf expert in philly at faculty member at the university of montana said that montana idaho wyoming washington oregon spend between one and two million dollars each each and every year on wolf management. Boyd said and twenty twenty wyoming had three hundred eleven wolves in forty three packs. Idaho had well considerably more one thousand five hundred and fifty six wolves in eighty to one hundred packs. Montana one thousand one hundred thirty six wolves and one hundred ninety packs and oregon had a hundred and seventy three wolves in twenty two packs. Now the wolf depredation situation in idaho. I don't wants them gone. Idaho is sick of them. It appears to be so bad that the state legislature just passed senate bill twelve eleven in an effort. Ill-fated perhaps to mitigate the problem pro wolf activists claim it would result in the killing of ninety percent of idaho's we'll population but the bill actually only authorizes control of livestock depredation without a permit and allows an individual to buy an unlimited number of wall tags when seasons are open at the time of the take. You had representative that soper out of delta saying we could use the entire. Cpi w budget for managing wolves and. That probably still wouldn't be enough because it's wolf predation compensation or management because it's kind of a bottomless pit if we start taking money from cpi w habitat projects and putting toward The wolves what happens to all of those other areas we've been working so hard to develop soper says it's unfair for hunters and fishermen to pay for a license to go out and harvest wild game and then have that money used to fund wolf introduction. That will actually damaged colorado's valuable big game hunting opportunities and that's the focal point of this particular article. We're not talking about all of the other. Destruction that wolves bring and their impact on agriculture. So you have haven't apex predator that would be taking those fees which is actually diminishing the quality of the hunt and the availability of game for you to harvest. Here we go. It's a circular self destruction formula that we have created to. You disagree with that assessment. Is this one of those hasha. Mary tales be careful. What you wish for nine seven three five three thirteen. Johnny a text on our thirteen ten. Kfi a text line. By the way have you have been part of our texting cohort for quite some time. Nothing's changed for you. All systems go the procedure the same. You can just text away to your heart's content but if you're thinking about joining our thirteen ten. Kfi texting family. 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But oh this horse has a aptly named medina spirit has not only spirits to heart but unfortunately also after winning the kentucky derby testing positive for banned substance substances so medina spirits victory and the kentucky. Derby heartbreaking don't you. It's in serious jeopardy. Because of this failed post race drug test one that led churchill downs to suspend hall of fame trainer bob baffert on sunday in the latest scandal to plague. The sports seems so scandal. Horse racing somewhat synonymous in some ways. Sixty five now. Thirteen ten k of k thirteen ten kfi k. a. dot com northern colorado's voice mornings with gail via the auto collisions specialists studios. Needless to say baffert denied all wrongdoing promised to be fully transparent with the kentucky horse racing commission during its ongoing investigation. Apparently baffert and his team received word saturday. According to a piece out of associated press That medina straight had tested positive for an excessive an excessive amount. That very very interesting of this. A steroid. The always have about six syllables right. beta mathis zone. Okay that one was easier to say which is sometimes used to treat pain and inflammation in horses. Now i'm keen on that word excessive amount because apparently a little bit of this steroid is fine. And if you're over the line well. You could be disqualified so at this point in time medina spirits win in the derby stands at least for now to be clear. Findings upheld medina spirits results in the kentucky. Derby will be invalidated and mandolin will be declared the winner this is what churchill downs officials said in a statement shortly after baffert held rather hastily planned news conference outside his barn to announce and responded to the allegations for a little medina's spirit. He didn't have anything to do with breaking the rules cheating. 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The South Florida Morning Show  HR 3  6-17-21

The South Florida Morning Show

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The South Florida Morning Show HR 3 6-17-21

"The south florida morning show with jennifer. Ross in bill adams on newstalk eight fifty. Mtl s a quarter of a billion dollars and is more than enough to hire the project manager and the contractors in to begin building the wall and we are committed to adding more resources as needed going forward. That's that texas money. You're talking about finally found the cut of texas governor. Greg abbott talking about it. That's a quarter million dollars. He may be asking well. Why talking about texas. Because we're involved now. Yeah well we're involved will. That was yesterday. He mentioned that that would be the start of the crowd funding campaign that he started for the wall. The two hundred and fifty million came from his own justice department fund was like. Yeah okay. we're taking it from. The state will put it in as the down payment but it gets things rolling in it also puts a bunch of money up front so it proves that texas is behind its own efforts to not banking on the rest of the country to bail them out. Here's the thing too. I was glad to see. Say this. Because i think we both asked this question yesterday. Okay i think we're gonna see some awesome small dollar donations twenty thirty bucks wherever it is. That's got to be protected though so he's trying to assure the small money donators. No there's going to be overseen by two agencies one is the texas division of emergency management. The other is the office of governor and we expect full transparency and accountability so the public will know all the money coming in and how that money is being used. yeah because it's a little unprecedented. You're a state governor. Border state governor taking private money from a crowd funding source right. You gotta have. This has to be the most transparent secure fundraising effort in history. Because you know. The democrats are watching especially greg abbott. They're not big fans of him to begin with so they're watching every step of the way to make sure he's not like you know paying for a kid's college education with it. All it takes is one screw up and the anti border security administration. That's in there now would shut this thing down so fast. You're right you're right. This has to be secure but this is interesting because when Former president trump going the border two weeks from yesterday so to. So in two weeks. It's going to be there. Isn't it interesting that they've already hired the project manager. He's got the money to start. It is e there. You said earlier for the groundbreaking. No he's there to announce am the project manager and he's he's gonna put on his golden trump construction helmets. They start digging. He's got a pair in their work in a way that kids doing. I guess. I don't know it might be a groundbreaking. Because they're they're ready to go right away. I get on it a crisis. This is on the fast track. It's it's if you just listen to just some of the stories. They're talking about in these border patrol agents. In the last report i saw border patrol agents have stopped a million and a half illegal immigrants running across the border. These are people trying to come in legally these. Are those jump in the fences or getting dumped off by coyotes in the middle of nowhere. I mean it's it's treacherous for them but a million and a half people since the beginning of the year. That's pretty incredible. It gets more more by can count. It's an estimate so it's it should be interesting to see what happens. What's coming across. Not as human but drugs the drugs that had been smuggled across and that was a big point. That governor onto sans made yesterday be this criticism right out of the water when he said the reason why florida is involved in sending troops to these border state to texas and arizona is because of the drugs that are coming in through that southern border affecting our state so we so there is a reason for us to get involved. They were there specifically talked about one of the counties along the panhandle and he said like the drug Trafficking and the human trafficking in that area had gone up like five hundred percent ridiculous and he said you know and then you look at polk county and was really surprised grady. Judd wasn't there yesterday but He's there already is on horseback. And he's got. He's got the rough riders ready to go. He's like the new Teddy roosevelt might be like roosevelt new. Does he have a saber. Please don't tell me they gave him a sabre. That would be scary but anyway awesome. Here comes grady. But grady judd all the problems. They've had in polk county recently. He attributed all to the meth and he said the meth coming into his county is like ridiculous. It's terrible absolutely terrible. All the da. G agents are saying that the field agents. So that's a big reason. Why and yeah puts them on the national stage again of course Governor ron descendants. Made this announcement just yesterday today. We're here to announce that the state of florida is answering the call. Florida's going to support texas and arizona where the federal government has failed. The states are stepping up in doing our best to fill the void. I was surprised that you the the different types of you know. Workers were sent over there though. A first responders. Yeah just like sending the national guard. Yeah but it's a lot of state law enforcement is that started it off. And then he asked. I guess you'd ask counties before he even had the press conference which ones would be involved a palm beach and martin county jumped right on board and martin. Ronnie i mean he even set an example even talked of an example of an illegal who should have been apprehended who was apprehended and then released and carrying a florida did horrific things and martin county and he said that wouldn't have happened. Had we had know the proper is immigration laws back in place in the enforcement. Now they just say okay come on in and they wave. They don't even stop them to amazing. So it's kind of scary but it's nice to see it. It'd be interesting to see. What other states comply enjoying texas and arizona in us now. I've never seen it. I didn't think i'd ever see it. It's i dunno. It's kind of a relief to see states bonding together. But they're only doing it because they have no faith in the federal government to take care of these massive problems. Now ron to send us made a very good point about that. He said this is a created crisis at the border and we have to fix it because the biden administration isn't going to do a darn thing about it. It's it's a wild time though. Never see it show you how genius the founding fathers were though governments have a ton of power it just never har hardly ever use them this. We had this conversation earlier. What was the last time you heard. A states banning against the federal government to protect their own. Never i not in my life civil war. Not even joking at me. Was that the last time. And maybe you may be right. It's hasn't been in recent years. I can tell you that. And that's crazy and we're also learning a lot about the pandemic we know we love our social surveys. Yes we can say that were pretty much. We beat govan we did. We're we're winning. We won all right okay. You know who didn't win. Who body odor. Sixty eight percent of us decided deodorant was pointless during the pandemic. that's disgusting. That is disgusting. Okay but as shock you now well. They live in by themselves like they were locked in there like. Oh god yup. That's my brand now. Okay let me ask who. Oh who admits this not me. I would present of people. What is wrong with these people. Was this done like you know by odor eaters or like a new one secret or somebody. Who's a concert. this thing Said they were less. Active in general worked out less so another reason why we use less of it these northern lock in cities not us down here or california. Yeah no god no well this hope. Though there is over half of them think the will probably use mortaring this year though. Oh great thank you. It's about the rest of them. Well i'm sure this up people going. You know what. I like now using right. You don't smell good go k. Now you've destroyed my breakfast right my little protein bar over here. More dad's stuff. What did he most. Dad like states and all of the nation. This kind of surprised me. I was really shocked actually. I don't think the input florida on the list. Says i don't count down here. It's amazing that's coming up next as well as some more headlines. More reaction to from all different sources of biden's performance overseas. It's coming up next morning. Show this gentleman bill here more news coming up. That's at eight thirty karen. What you've got. Good news for bob baffert so apparently he's trying to prove that they didn't inject medina spirit. That run the kentucky derby with this banned substance that it was a topical thing her. I don't know her hawks or something. I forget what it was. So there's going to be further testing done on the urine. The judge ruled yesterday to members of the kentucky horse racing commission. Travel to a lab. Chosen by bob baffert and the horse's owners to witness the the division of the colts post race urine sample interest wanes. More and more and more in this please people like they hear a cheating scandal. Then the here the something and then there's a rule change and this is something in they're going. Why am i watching this. Yeah well i think they want to strip the title the kentucky derby title away from the source and hasn't happened yet but bob baffert banned for two years from the kentucky derby this after the debacle last year and then they had the the the trading paint the bump in that stupid thing that took like four hours television where they went to their the preview. Room member that it's your Yeah and they disqualified. Yeah that was a crazy. It's just it's like the oscars when they read the wrong envelope but come on get it together all right but you wonder how they had these races for the previous hundred years. You're right. I don't know a lot of people are against it to begin with reaction coming in. Thanks by the way. We'll see for eight thirty lisa florida morning. Show this gen. Diener bill reaction coming in from biden's performance from overseas summit but also putin's performance trump thinks putin one. You've course is going to say that he chimed any talk to hannity. I think it was on fox last night. Well i guess the overall is. We didn't get anything. We gave a very big stage to russia and we got nothing. Ooh he's right. He's an you knew he was going to say one. Because he's not. A big biden proponent to begin with but i did anybody win i i think he may be right by. I think putin got the upper hand. Nothing was accomplished The that family that american family had asked The biden administration and the president. Please get our son. Released twos being held in a russian prison. That didn't happen There was nothing done about the cyber attackers. As a matter of fact putin said you know what you're blaming me for the attack on the colonial pipeline and on that meat processing plants those plants around the world because these hackers were from russia. What about the american hackers that you guys have in your country that you quote unquote that attack everything. We have exactly. He said no one talks about that. I think that was my big takeaway. Some of the points across the world that putin was able to make a and it was against us took all kinds of shots against us and they said they're just as bad. Look you look at it yourself in the mirror. And he brought up the capital. That was not insurrection again on january six week if somebody said what did they say. Why don't you let your political opponent. What did he say about political opponents. And it had something to do with that because we don't want what happened to you on january six american reporter says you know you. You outlaw a political distance and you put him in jail. What do you have your question was. What are you afraid of. Didn't miss a beat and he says because we don't want what happened january six to you to happen to moscow. Wow that's a. that's a strong shape. That's a big statement to make. Yeah so i mean you know you may not believe in his his methods but after you make a comment like that. He makes a very valid point and biden makes it worse his press conference kits mistakes. The facts again. It starts talking about capitol. Police officers were killed by insurrection. Weren't see that's just not true. This is why somebody like biden can take that and run with it because we got our on president misstating facts right for anybody who doesn't know the real story they're going to say. Oh that's right that poor police officer that they hit with two by four or whatever it was with the story was that they knocked them out or they hit him with something. They said it was a fire extinguisher. And it's not it's not only died. Now he died from a brain aneurysm. Yeah so it had nothing to do with the fire extinguisher. But that's how that happens in it. And where did that story come from. The democrat controlled media. It's exactly where that came from and people still. But i bet you it's over half the country still believe that story. Oh i think it'd be more actually because when they finally came out and said that wasn't the cause of death it was like buried eight story on national news you know oh by the way that capitol police officer which was a horrible situation. Doubt you don't wanna see. Nba died but it wasn't a direct result of what happened at the capital. So unfortunately for all of us he lied. And that's what happened then. He goes he taxes on press and it it looks bad because now in front of the world he humiliated he snapped at his own press. That doesn't look good. It looks weak is what it does yelling at. What are yelling reports for. They're asking questions as get negative questions. Question you gotta be negative negative. You'll life for cat stevens to the way you all. You'd never asked question talking about the barely ask you any questions. He's totally protected. God remember all the nice little when his dog bit the secret service agent and they had to get rid of the dog how everybody was so nice. Oh poor major. He's going to be fine right. Mr president i swear to you. I thought it was going to bring that up. I swear by. I was like he can't even control his own. Dog oh god no. Don't say to ask surprised. He did it to be honest with you. That's why we don't have insurrection in your dog biting your own. H rough not been good. No it wouldn't have been good at all but he's he's got to get back to work today. Though nowadays home he's gonna sign juneteenth into federal lights now. Our our newest federal holiday haven't had once it's martin luther king day and eighty three while our twelfth and little take place on june nineteenth which was the end of slavery in the united states. So that's all right You know get down with that. We can all celebrate the end of that the end of that era for sure. But it's not going to be on a monday is really going to be on the nineteenth every year into. It'll be saturday. Make it the third monday. Well every year. I it they should. I don't know it might interfere with father's day or might interfere with mother's day. You never know the mazda make. It might interfere with father's day. How great would that. I'll gag that would be a big interference father's day weekend. We get monday off. That would suck. Wouldn't that be great. Boy we all hate that. maybe eventually. that's what they'll end up doing. I don't know or maybe they'll treat it like the fourth of july since it's it's your commemorating specific day. And they you know they don't move christmas. They don't move the thanksgiving. It's a specific day. So they're not gonna move it to a monday if he signs. This moves into a monday. How many if you move into a friday. Let's get a friday national holiday. That would be great. That would be awesome. Did mondays though. And i don't know why. I think they should have done fridays. I agree with you so as popular as a political move. Everybody hates mondays. So yeah get rid of monday and so you have it three day weekend then. It turns it into a mattress and linens sale. I know that's what we do. Which is not a good thing and we forget about why we're celebrating. Its truck days on the juneteenth dealer. Incentives can only hope not can only hope not speaking of father's day you guys Happy fathers day to both of you. Diener is with us by the way. If you're just joining us he just doesn't have a voice. He lost it somewhere along the line. Yesterday it's this that's going around. You're the only one that hasn't gotten built by the way. And i'm not trying to jinx or anything sure are just say the only healthy one in the room so what. Because it's father's day they did a survey of the most data state in the nation and it was done okay new balance had something to do with it. Okay it had to do with. How many dads grill. How many bad jokes given out. How many dads wear new balance shoes. Man boys new balance owning this. They are owning this because that is like the international dad shoe. Now yeah just own it. Yeah they do so anyway something. In the mid west missouri missouri came in third. Iowa was the data state in the nation. Right florida. the least data state. Why is that gets. You guys. don't wear new balance. I don't know what you wear nikes. I i have no idea but you don't fit the great so it's not i o and nebraska missouri kansas in vermont. Those are your top five. If you're looking for the data states and california is trying to kill off dad's so they didn't even rank that's true to california new york in the air and we're not. we're yeah we're the lowest on the list The league maybe. We're the biggest mom's mom this state. I don't know that could be all right to follow that up. We're the worst tv dads of all time movies too. Yeah i don't agree with this list. They get it backwards the other. They should switch it around their number. One shouldn't be number one. All right we get that and How is how is florida helping up southern border states man. We're sending the troops coming up next florida. Morning show is a bill. Keep it here so much. Karen see a top of the hour for more news. Fifty w. f. tlc south florida morning. Chill jen steiner bill. Voiceless diener. today's get them. That's going around careful with that whole voice thing that's happening these days. Lose a healthy people take zinc comes back. Take everything and i still got it. It comes back eventually. Give it another twelve hours. you'll be fine all right. More reaction coming in from biden's trip overseas a lot lot more criticism from the left wing news agencies that i thought saw an an analyst on cnn right after his press conference say we've never quite seen a president who is so protected by his staff and we'll take questions. He's started yelling at people. Yeah well you know when you start yelling at your own you get a problem. It's like come on and he yelled at a cnn reporter. That's good shocking i was. I was kinda shocking. And then somebody got to because he apologized to the cnn reporter when he got to the airport. So i kind of lost my temper. Snippy and i apologize. Karen had that that shouldn't have been such a wise guy. Which was the smart thing to do. Come back and apologize. But yeah. I don't know he shouldn't yelled editor. Begin with because i mean question wasn't insulting at all it was. It was a logical question. How can you say it was successful. When you just said that putin decided he wasn't going to do any of this stuff i was that a success so he went after. President trump Reacted to last night. Pretty much as you can expect. He probably called hannity on his cell phone. He's like just put me on. He probably did. I wanna talk about this whole thing and he said i think he's right about this though. He said there was a chance to develop a real relationship with with russia. But that turned into your a russian agent member there. I think we had a great shot at having an unbelievable relationship with russia Could have been fantastic and could have been really beneficial to both countries you know. They need economics and we need things that they have. Yeah and then. C said Well then you get alston. He went on about all kinds of stuff yesterday when he called in hannity boy. Isn't that nice. The president just picks up his phone calls your show. He could call us anytime. Mr president shun. The president is online to all right. Put them on our just say. Mr president houria bloomed shot up. And then he just on it by the way i just found out we we. We talked earlier that he's going back on the road. The president the former president. I rally that we know of is going to be in ohio In lorraine county in a little town called wellington. Outside of cleveland in june twenty-sixth is that what it is. They just announced july s in tampa. You're getting closer to us right. If he's in tampa and then dizzy go back for the fourth of july. Where does he go. He probably goes back to bet and her spot. I bet she comes down here. So yes you're right. I missed that on hannity last night. He did he talk about the ohio trip or or is it just about the the biden reaction. I'm not sure he talked about. They talked about windmills. Because he was talking about it's right biden shutting down the keystone pipeline and how it will never be energy independent because of it. We were on the way we were there. He screwed that up by that is and that windmills. Kill the land and they kill birds. That's all i get out of it so we've got the ohio rally coming up on the twenty sixth. You're right since he announced that. And now you just said tampa. You're getting closer to us. The save america announcement on the save america letterhead that he sent home yesterday. It was three total paragraphs. The only mentioned max miller the candidate the reason why he's going to be there at the very end as the president is first of many appearances. Supportive candidate oh and by the way we're going to Support max miller vote for you. Vote for him so he'll be there who's running in tampa should be intra while you know the governor's going to be there right. They cover there's gotta be at this rally in tampa now is going to be some of the day rallies. Wow now that. He's got this effort to help out the southern border states. Maybe desanta shows up. And okay if this happens if you see the santa's in texas or arizona. He's running for president. Yeah i i agree. Yeah because everything he has done in boy you. You pinpointed this. Probably like two three months ago. Everything he started to do was very presidential. It was more on a national scale than it was in a state scale and now he's we're the first state to respond to texas and arizona. Who ask for help with the border because it's as they said a manmade crisis in somebody's got to fix it in florida came up and said cable send the troops in and. That's what the governor's doing so you may be right so he'll shut. What if you don show up in ohio. Here's here's the governor of florida ron. Come on up here the man that that would be a tilted. I don't think it's going to happen. Not quite yet but you could see it. Let's see what happens. Put himself on the national stage with all these different moves. All this stuff we see now with doubt and then well we know. We'll be in tampa. Let's see how much publicity how much airtime he gets right or stage time. We say with the president. So that'll be a telltale sign. There's no doubt about it. Wow it's it's interesting though. I'm like but you call that a long time. I don't want him to run for the presidency. Stay here because he's got to win here. I right yeah and then somebody else will take his place. Lieutenant governor reportedly step in and eat handed off. Everything would be set up so it work out. Well we can only hope just seems to be laying out that way. Yeah well we talked about it being Father's day on on sunday. Happy father's day to both of you. He's just doing sign language day. He lost his voice somewhere along the line yesterday so he just writing us notes over there but they came out with a always do the worst i. I guess tomorrow will get like well. Who's the best tv dad or who what is the best state for dads to barbecue in. They do all that kind of stuff so they came out with a list of the worst tv and movie dads and it's let me. I'm just looking through the top. Oh the top. Four al-tv i'm like. Wow well maybe it's just because they're more top of mind more more often around for years right so who would be your worst. Tv or your worst movie debt. It's not even close. And i found this show late in. It's over now. The wrapped it. Up on showtime but frank gallagher from shameless. Oh well some believable is. He's the worst human being in civilisation. Actually you're right. What an acting job he did with that he was really really good. I it was. I forget who is living in the front yard. Somebody was under the bill by. He'd say you still out here. Why don't you move somewhere else. Go find another garbage candle live in. I'd be. I'd be like oh my god. He's so mean frank gallagher. From shameless comes in third. Who what. Dad is worse than frank. Gallagher at bundy came in second. Yeah see i never watched. That show was he was a great show. And i'm ed o'neill i missed that number one the simpsons homer which homer simpson and even as a cartoon. You can't shut out your son every single episode. I would see. I got a problem with this. They put okay. Like mr wormwood from matilda. He was horrible. Danny de vito. He came in eighth. Darth vader is number ten. Come on you blow up. Your daughter's home planet. Got a rank was horrible. He jack torrance from the shining. Oh yeah come on. He was number sex. I don't we forget that. I i've never seen it's always sunny in philadelphia. Isn't even seeing that show. Danny devito came in seven. Th yeah yeah danny. Devito is on the list twice a bad dad. He was seventh and eighth is mr warmer. And then frank reynolds and then game of thrones charles. Dance i tie win. say it. Lancaster was nine. I never watched that show. I watched one episode and there was so much violence in was like beheadings. Don't what's it's like no can't watch star. Start off that show. God a more headlines. Talk about coming up next in this though From the sports world you wanna talk about why these soccer stars are so influential here. What cristiano rinaldo did to the coca cola stock. Wow it off table until people that drink water really that influential. I bet yes amazing. Gotta coming up next these self-loading morning show is jenna. Bill cubit hear more news is on the way top of the hour in fat. Karen's get that for you. What's going on so putin definitely put his spin on yesterday's meeting with joe biden through an interpreter. She george attacks the us which president putin well. He says that they come from by themselves. He did a good job of pointing out our wrongdoing. He really did. It seems like he went into the whole week with his whole goal. Boy he really He ripped the covers off a lot of our bad deeds and equating stuff to black lives matter. And which ticked off biden. Oh my goodness and then biden started going down a rabbit hole about the june january. Sixth thing saying that a police officer was killed. And i know he misstated facts again. This see this is what why it was like a layup for putin because biden. Just throw stuff out there and it's not true and but how many people still think that. That capitol police officer died because of what those guys did to them or allegedly did to a price sixty seventy percent of the congress. He wasn't hitting the head with a fire extinguisher. Set nike was but it was on the news every single day for over a month. That that's what happened. And that's all people belief that's how it works. So of course president trump had to he had to weigh in on everything which was interesting yesterday. He called it to fox's a you know the it was a good day for russia. Put it that way. So more coming up next karen overall. I think he's right near news. Ten minutes away nine o'clock these talk eight fifty w. f. d. l. florida morning. Show this janice diener a bill and side. you think. It's a shorter flight for him. But how do we think putin's talking about how is he describing his his day with joe biden. Oh i'm sure. He went back to the russian people. Instead we dominated yeah crushed him for. He's going to say that. Anyway but i think he really did. I think he can't believe that. Nothing the only thing that came out of it that was concrete that you know we will see actual beings do something is our ambassadors are going back to each other's capitals good. That's good so that was earned. Because they they're all pulled out because You know things were getting a little tense. They got rid of our ambassadors so the ambassadors. Go back so that that's the first step. Because that's like putting the troops on the ground you know they know what's going on. In russia. the russian guy knows what's going on in america so they can communicate so at least it opens up a chain of communication somewhere along the line As far as everything else goes. I think what it did in in in this is purely my perspective. It opened up the eyes of the american people to the fact that we're not as nice as everyone thinks we are. That's right we have hackers here that have hacked into the russian military force. Whatever whatever it is but you never think about it you know you always think well. All the bad people are coming from russia. Because that's all we've been told her they come from china or they come from somewhere else. We don't have bad people here. Well yeah people are doing the same thing that the russians are doing us. It's like if you don't think we interfere in other countries elections. Yeah you're of course we do. And and so. But he brought that to the forefront now he did in l. and then he brought up the capital insurrection. It's it was everything that was bad. That's happened to this nation in the past five years. He mentioned yeah he did. It was laid up. It was right there on a platform. So you notice though. He didn't bring this up a couple of years ago. It was much more Respected trump a lot more. I think he was afraid to trump's got just enough crazy and he's also twice a size. Well that's true to what that was our takeaway. What did we learn poses. Five six five six. I did not know that. That's probably why he so mean kid he was picked on because he was like probably a little kidney and that was it that gave him the fight that he needed to survive. I would think. I mean every every guy. No that's little pound for pound meanest man. i've ever met. Yeah probably be honest with you. I mean an opponent syndrome. Yeah i mean you know. They're they're either navy seals or their army rangers. Or they're they're like they go to extremes. It's like okay. So maybe that's why. But we were because we were looking at him when he get out of jumps out of his limousine and the guy who greeted emit at that condo in geneva towered over him like. How big is this guy. We find out that putin's little and he was a little kid. He said you make fun of me now. But i will have all money in russia's still true. Wow credible sports news going on. I guess this is still happening. Dinners is the european football championships. still underway. It's a long tournament. And actually you know what. It's the twenty twenty championship. Who was delayed from last year. Big deal across the world the whole year. They waited and the funny part about it is when he comes out. He looks really ticked off. But then diener told me it was. He broke like all the records. it was his best. He got more goals in that game. Then he's had ever right during a championship game like so. I was like okay. They were talking about cristiano renaldo. Who every year comes up on this list. We have most influential athletes most money. Endorsements all this stuff so when he says something negative about a product and he did say it. It has a huge effect on that product. By his time it was coca cola apparently had cost them four billion dollars billion with a b. in twenty seconds because he had his arrest conference walks up to the table and he sees it was like three or four bottles of coke. He throws them off the table. Kind of any any holds up a bottle of water instead and he says this coach could don't drink coca cola. Drink agua and that was it. It's coca cola. Stock plummeted market values. Weren't wow i'm thinking. holy cow. Well i guess he doesn't. He doesn't have an doors. Move with them. Just the tournament does yeah. It was four billion dollar loss instantly but they said as of yesterday morning kept on fallen so he still had the impact twenty four hours later. And maybe it was just coincidence. I don't believe in coincidences. In twenty seconds the value of company drops. that much. The only thing you can attribute to is what rinaldo did that true could have that much influence or is that just all speculation. No it you know what i would say without a doubt and the only reason i know that was when we were in italy and this was a while ago. The italian soccer team won the national. The international title the world title. They when i tell you they were everywhere they were everywhere people at the end and if one of them was going to show up at a stadium the whole stadium like fifty thousand people would be full because they were there just to wave to people sign autographs so rinaldo obviously has that much influence. If he says coke is crap it'll stop people from drinking it then. Yeah yeah so. Cast to come up with some kind of statement right the international brand. They'd have to say something at this point here. It is Everyone's entitled to their drink preference. Well strong but then again with something. What are they going to say. What did you say. I probably wouldn't have said anything. This is where they should have. Launched coke water would support agua changed the name of coq. Its new co caguan. it's coke new wave. Oh it's amazing though well if it gets a little kids to drink water instead of coke. Good for him. Oh i think overall. I think he's a hero for doing that. 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S10 EP79: Hour 2

The Erick Erickson Show

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S10 EP79: Hour 2

"L. own welcome eric. Erickson here eareckson show. The phone number is eight. Seven seven nine seven eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five really delighted to have you. I'm sorry it's monday. We will get through it together. I hope san francisco decided to redirect millions of dollars in police funding to black businesses in an equity push. This is from carly or lytle at the washington. Examiner san francisco will divert three point seven five million dollars from its law enforcement budget to programs assisting black business owners in the city. The office of economic and workforce development will distribute funding to seventeen community organizations including the san francisco african american chamber of commerce the center for equity and success and the african american arts and culture complex. The funding is aimed at preserving black cultural events. In establishing incubation hubs for small businesses and historically black neighborhoods community organizations that receive funding will also be tasked with providing technical assistance advice and training to small business owners. The funding is part of our effort to undo the horror of generations of disinvestment and economic inequities mayor london breed said as we work to recover and make san francisco better place to live work and do business. We have to invest our resources away that lifts up supports african american small businesses. So there you have it in a city where crime is out of control people poop in the streets. Do heroin everywhere. The they're going to take money from the police to do this. San francisco is going to be san francisco and ironically the biggest issue in san francisco is affordable housing and the nimbies in san francisco. The not in my backyard. People refused to allow reasonable Efforts to build sis If we're housing and they're going to do this i. It is a very interesting to me that for all of the claims of racism in this country. The left's new approach is racism for all the claims of discrimination. The less approach now is discrimination. So on college campuses you're see The rise of segregated housing. You're seeing of the rise workers. What was in california. They had a blacks vaccine pool. That if you were if you were white You need not a tip to get your vaccine from certain areas. We're seeing the investment in programs that take money away from white communities black communities which that in and of itself is not a problem if the white community is fully sufficient in the black community is not but the fact that they're saying whites can apply for this pool of money is discriminatory i imagine at some point. The supreme court's gonna have to step in and it'll be interesting to see the progressives offspring working or rule as she say that discrimination is fine reverse. Discrimination is fine. It'll be interesting to see how that up. The republicans in washington are falling back into old patterns of practice. What of the reasons there are many multifaceted reasons why donald trump came on the scene and essentially burned down the republican party as it was and remade in his image. One of the reasons. Guys like me who in two thousand sixteen didn't support the president but we're sympathetic to those. Who did was because the republican party has had repeatedly made promises and betrayed its voters how many republicans in congress told you all you gotta do is give us the house of the senate. And we'll defunding obamacare the moment republicans gave them the house and senate. They said well. We need the white house to well. Then they got the white house it obamacare still the law of the land time and time again. Republicans in congress make promises and break promises. Republicans in congress say one thing they do. Another republicans in congress inevitably talk a conservative game. But in reality they tend to not be that conservative. Kevin mccarthy is the leader of the republicans in the house of representatives and kevin. Mccarthy has now thrown his weight behind elise stefanik as the replacement for liz. Cheney this is not about liz cheney lists cheat he's gonna go liz. Cheney has lost the vote. She's going to force the vote she's going to leave. Lewis shady will not be the number three leadership after wednesday. When that vote happens there are enough. Republicans who are tired of liz. Cheney by the way The reasons for being tired of this. Jd you're not just her insistence. That republicans acknowledged the election wasn't stolen or denounce january six. Liz cheney has also taken shots at a number of conservative members of the house conference They feel like she stabbed him in the back of the moment they needed. It and this is problematic. Soliciting is gonna go. But kevin mccarthy is now come out for at least two phonic. Who's now saying well she. She's only going to do it the rest of this year. Don't worry trust her. She'll give up power. She wants the chairmanship of the education committee. Vanek is a very nice person. At least two phonic is very nice. She's a kind person. She is liked by many of her colleagues. She's also to the left of liz. Cheney on policy liz. Cheney was a more reliable vote for donald trump's agenda that at least two phonic was. Let me say that again. 'cause you wouldn't know that from the conversations people are having right now leash shady. More regularly voted for donald trump's agenda. Then at least vanek. You would not know that from the conversations. People are having and it appears. It's a done deal. Donald trump and kevin mccarthy a rally to at least ovonic. The question here is not should list. Gb replace she's gonna be replaced. The question is to replace her width. And this gets us back to the issue of donald trump where the republican leaders in congress continually betrayed their conservative voters by putting in position of power progressives or people who are more moderate or liberal than the base was who within dude things based at. What like amnesty elise. Stefanik not only voted against funding. The border wall she voted to rescind funding the border wall. She voted six times for government budgets without funding for the border wall and she supported amnesty. She consistently supported week immigration policies liberal immigration policies. And now you're gonna put her in charge of messaging for the house republican conference. She just suddenly going to art. She voted against president. Trump's tax cuts and jobs act of twenty seventeen. She opposed president trump's lawsuit against obamacare. She voted to override president trump's ban on transgender troops. She voted for the equality. Act literally punishes christian faith based organizations if they don't break their sexual biblical sexual ethic vows. She voted for the climate action. Now act which was the precursor to the green new deal and would have forced back into the paris climate accord. She voted to drill a ban drilling in the gulf of mexico. She even voted with democrats against a republican measure opposing. Dc's abortion law. She cited with the pro abortion agenda. She's very nice person. She's four more liberal than liz. Cheney these issues she's a new york congresswoman you again i. I just don't know that. It is wise for the republican party to go down the road of replacing liz cheney with someone who is less conservative than her in terms of messaging there was a time she with at least vanek would not even mention donald trump. She would not use his name and she and she agreed about january sixth. This is just weird to me and again civic issue. We follow each other on instagram. She's a fine person. She's just on her positions to the left of janey and to the left of where the base actually is on the border on cultural issues on social issues on climate issue to the left. And we're going to put her in charge of message. Surely we can find someone more aligned with donald trump and the base at least ovonic to replace chitty. It's mind boggling to me. Kevin mccarthy would rush now. I have a suspicion. I have a suspicion that that mccarthy believes he needs to phonic in a leadership position so hopefully the new york legislature will not district her out of congress the new york legislature. The new york has lost a seat in the census. They lost to eat because Andrew cuomo killed all the senior citizens. They're having a covert repercussion in their senses dealing had they had eighty nine seniors live cuomo they would not have lost as heat but cuomo killed off enough seniors with his policies on cove that they're gonna lose a seat in congress. The democrats control the house and the senate and the governor's mansion in new york. They will leverage their power to redraw lines. And there's already talk about them wiping out. The republican members of the new york delegation in congress. Lee zeldin is already leaving to run against drew. Coble for governor probably not gonna do it. Stefanik is still going to be there. And there's a rumor that one of the things. Kevin mccarthy is interested in and concerned about is keeping stefanik safe in the redistricting battles that if he gets into leadership he'll protect her from those. If that's it okay. I guess that's fine. She says she's only going to be there. This term next term. She wants to the chairmanship of the education committee. I'm just not sure it's worth it. I'm just not worth it. I think when you have so in by the way the the this republican conference leader position tends to be a dead into career anyway. So the maybe doing liz cheney a favor by getting her out of it the person who's republican conference leader tins to go no further so by her out and make you her a martyr for the cause. They're actually helping her by putting sifang. They're actually maybe helping her with redistricting than stopping her rice. People were mumbling about her being future speaker. I don't think that's going to be it first of all. It annoys me the whole idea that well we got a woman. We got to replace her with a woman. We can't have all men in charge. That just seems dumb to me. That seems like you're playing into left wing messaging but also the fact is we're replacing cheney with someone who actually is to the left of her on a host of issues shady have voted with donald trump more times than stefanik on his agenda. The whole thing just seems bizarre to me i think conservatives have the right to put up someone and i think they should put up someone. Who's actually conservative. I think it would be good for us to see conservatives mountie challenge and say no we're not going with a squish. Why are we going with a squishy. Moderate republican for a position. That's supposed to unite us all when we're all united to the right of this person. The republican party got to donald trump because they republican party leadership continually told the base one thing and did a different thing and the thing they did was always more moderate than what they told the base. They always lied to the base. Said they were conservative. Said they would fight and they always surrendered. Maybe stefanik will be a fighter. But i think mccarthy is is played things too cute by half. He is desperate to become the next speaker of the house. And he knows given redistricting the odds are he can be speaker of the house and so maybe does want to protect the idea that the new york legislature is going to protect her and redistricting. So that kevin mccarthy could be speaker seems absurd to me on his face but this is where we are with the brilliance of republican leadership in the house. Hello and welcome back it. Is eric erickson here. This hour of the program sponsored by first liberty building and loan. They are in newnan georgia. But it doesn't matter where they are. If you're nationwide in the united states they can help you help your business grow. Get you access to capital. If you're looking for a loan six figures and higher for your business they can help you go to first. Liberty g. dot com the website. Is i liberty dot com spin five minutes with them. See if they're a good fit. They've been doing. This is one thousand nine hundred helping small businesses become big businesses. That's i liberty g. a. dot com. Thanks to them for their sponsorship. Cnn continues to be obsessed with tucker carlson. Here's brian stelter. When i'm tendon lately. I've heard complaints about triple masking three masks. Even though that's not a real thing. I've heard claims that we are well past herd immunity. Even though most experts say the opposite on fox. I've heard people are being forced to take the vaccine which is clearly false and worst of all. I've heard tucker. Carlson repeatedly say the many americans are dying after getting the shot. And he says it with the implication that the shots are to blame would no evidence at all. He's scaring his audience so recklessly that even some of his own colleagues called him out for it on twitter. Carlson acts like he knows some secret. Truth that's been covered up by some shadowy enterprise. You know what maybe be writing some junk movie of the week for net books or tubi. Maybe you should go right horror novels for a living because he's clearly not responsible enough to have a show that purports to pretends to be news. Okay brian stelter has a low rated weekend. Show on cnn and tucker. Carlson has the highest rated show on cable. Not just in. Cable news tucker. Carlson is the most watched show in cable and stelter. Who has a weekend show. Were the ratings. Go up when he's on vacation wants to lecture fox and tucker carlson on how to do their job. What's going on here by the way. Jim acosta got into it as well calling it. Fox itis That that fox. I this is the disease of watching fox. Some such what. They're rayleigh going for here is they gotta have a big bad. Donald trump has gone. He's off social media. He's got his new website up But he's his social media mentions have fallen something like ninety percent and so he's gone they gotta have somebody that they've gotta have a villain. So fox news has become. The villain tucker. Carlson is the big bad. He's the thanos of the brian stelter. Cnn universe it's a it's multi-diverse in which is the big bad he. He's after the rings of power in wants to do his snap when he does snap a radically eight the other media networks out there except it's not actually going to happen that way. He's not the big bad and He's he's not going away. The whole thing is is rather silly but this is where we are the the cnn folks just they have ratings and they don't have ratings so what they're doing is they're going after tucker also but you understand this because what they're trying to do is not just fine tucker carlson as bad. They're also trying to define fox used watchers as being diluted hickson rubes because what. Cnn and the rest of the media is trying to do is. They're trying to divide up the country into the cool kids in the not. Cool kids the cool kids. Don't watch tucker carlson because tucker carlson indoctrinates people until some went to do the kids watch. Cnn of course the cool kids vote democrat. This is also why. There's such an obsession of the democratic side of forcing the issue of The january six and the republican fight. What they're trying to do is they're not just trying to define fox viewers and durga girls viewers decker curls and. They're trying to make the republican party athem a- to most americans they're trying to in some way inside americans to decide. The republican party is fundamentally bed. The the very people who right now. What you to use the phrase birth theme person instead of mom. What you to believe that the republican party is so important that no one should belong to the republican party. It's psychological warfare through the media against the american people and the republican party. They are so desperate to stop the republican party and the possible second coming of donald trump that every single day. Every single news story has to be phrased in such a way to make the republican party. Look out of touch. And authoritarian and tucker. Carlson is bad. I don't agree. With everything tucker. Carlson does but he's not the bad guy here. He's a guy with a tv show. That has better ratings than anything on cnn or msnbc and they're jealous but every day now moving forward when you hear the the media do stories about the republican party. Criticizing the republican party. You need to understand. The reason they're doing. It has everything to do with twenty twenty two and twenty twenty four and tried to convince people not to vote republican even though they have all of the advantages heading into the election year. This is all part of the democrats effort to hold off and mitigate district in redistricting damage. Coming in twenty twenty two welcome it. Is eric erickson here. Y'all i hope you had a great weekend. I hope the moms out. There had a great mother's day and now we head into this next week and the slow countdown to the end of the school year for me and my family the full number. If you wanna be here is to be with me as eight. Seven seven nine seven eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven. Four to five I i i want to spend just a moment here with thought if if allow if you'll allow well you better allow it I wanna i play this audio. From jake tapper. He was with joe. Biden's kovar the guy who's helping joe biden Figure navigate his way through covert said. This listen to what president biden had to say about wearing a mask indoors This is just on friday so often in your mind. you know. it's a joke joke. Why why am i wearing the mask because on the inside is still good policy to wear the mask is it really necessary for a fully vaccinated person to wear a mask at a limited indoor gathering if everyone there is vaccinated well the cdc has given guidance that when you're with family and friends that are vaccinated in small groups. You don't need a mask. So why does president biden in a room full of vaccinated journalists everybody in that room vaccinated. Why does he need to wear a mask. President is going to continue to follow the cdc guidance. We you know it's just a matter of a few weeks ago. When in all states made vaccines eligible for all americans so there still are americans who want to get vaccinated may just have their first shot waiting for for the second shot or who haven't had an opportunity yet to get their first shot and we want those folks to get vaccinated and the july fourth deadline is a really good or goal is a really good goal That the president a set of seventy percent of all americans with at least i shop by july four. It makes no sense. It makes no sense for joe biden to be out there wearing a mask at this point. I mean he's done masks on zoom calls. He's done masks Senior across the table from someone else masked when both of them and everyone in the room with them has been vaccinated. he east understood. It makes no sense. It sends a terrible terrible Message to everyone else. I've got a suggestion dunkin or crispy cream. i guess it is giving away a doughnut. If you if you bring your vaccine guard what about beer erie county. New york decided to do free beer For vaccines this is from sandra ten in the buffalo news buffalo new york and erie county new york. The idea of getting vaccinated has been rolling around in the back of tyler moore. Sh- mind for weeks as a twenty eight year old. He didn't feel in any particular danger but he finally decided he should start looking for a covid vaccine. Then he heard the magic words. Free beer saturday was the first day that erie county worked with a local micro burrito hosted shot and a chaser program offering individuals who got their first dose of the covid vaccine vaccine covid. Nineteen vaccine a resurgence brewing company. A free pint. Glass and coupon for vaccinated persons drink of choice. Under normal circumstances. It would be beyond strange for a brewery to host a vaccine clinic in the shadow of thousand gallon fermentation taste with a brick wall separating a bustling bar service from healthcare professionals in out syringes filled with madrid vaccine. But these are not normal times. I like this idea. United states is seen a resurgence in craft beer brewing. I'm in georgia. I can't think of the number of craft beer breweries. I've got some favorite. There's monday night others jekyll. Reformation tucker Left nut sweetwater which really isn't a micro or small craft beer burri more. It's exploded There's creature comforts which is growing I can't name them. All there are so many craft beer breweries in the state of georgia and georgia. Texas has had an explosion. North carolina is a really started. The wave up in minnesota. There's a growing craft beer movement up there. It seems like a no brainer to me. The states partner with their local craft beer breweries and offer a free beer for shot day. Get a shot. Get a beer in fact What i would suggest is states. Do with the modern fighter. 'cause you gotta get two rounds at a lot of people aren't getting the second round For your first shot you get a free beer. You go back for your second shot you get two free beers. Incentivize going to get the shot by incentivizing people going freer. Who doesn't want free. Beer even the baptists want free beer. It seems like We we to start thinking the box if you want people to get vaccinated because the amount of people who country who want the vaccine has declined and by the way there are lots of distilleries out there as well. Have shot for shot shot-for-shot there's a whisky distillery in atlanta. I forget the name of it Over texas you know you got balconies. my goodness and kentucky bourbon trail but Free shot for shot. So so philip who works for me. Does it drink beer. He'll he'll drink a girly drink with an umbrella in it Give him a shot for margarita. Would there are ways. We can incentivize people to go get the vaccine. The vaccine is that important for us to get people to go get a vaccine and you know frankly. I think the state of georgia where. I am should be doing this. Could they could also be supporting The the local craft beer industry georgia which is rapidly growing in your state. You got an industry. That's rapidly growing craft beer industry a distillery something like that support him a shot for shot or a shot for beer or a shot for for two beers after the second round of the vaccine but there are all sorts of creative incentives. We can do so in erie. County new york. They saw more people. Go get their first dose. Then they did through the free clinics that they had been doing In the area. This is the headline in the buffalo news. Free beer offer results in more vaccinations than all of eerie county. First dose clinics last week so in one day offering free beer they got more people vaccinated than the entire week before. It seems like they found a great way to get people to do this. And why not it makes sense if your status shutting down vaccine clinics because of lack of demand open them up at your local craft beer brewery. Get people to come in and have a beer for free and give their vaccine. It just seems like it would be a smart idea. Do we really want people to give the vaccine. If so incentivize they're getting the vaccine and you incentivize. They're giddy the vaccine by. What giving them what they want. Free drinks. I mean if they were giving free beer around here i would take my vaccine. Could see if i could just do. It achieved the will. I've already had my vaccine can do it. The don't that's fine can have another vaccine round. Might as well. But we gotta think creatively. I you know i gotta tell you I'm more and more convinced that the vaccines are are a good thing. And i know there's so much skepticism out there and our our twelve year old has been not feeling well of late and he doesn't have covid but we finally have the antibody tests and it turns out he probably did have it a couple of months ago. My wife with her cancer would be somewhat susceptible to who would be greatly susceptible to covid. She had the vaccine. I'm telling you that axiom works if our kid really did have it And i didn't get it and it worked the people i've encountered who have got the vaccine and then were knowingly exposed to the virus and it's happening a lot more in the people who've got the vaccine are not getting it. I went to the grocery store yesterday. Yeah yesterday and i didn't wear a mask. Now there had been assigned at my local public's there had been a sign that said. Please wear your mask. They've taken the sign down now. The government restrictions. Where i am in georgia have changed. mask wherein no longer is required for people going into grocery stores so they've taken the sign down and i've stopped now. I notice last week. The sign was still there. And so i was still wearing. If my policy at this point is i vaccinated if they don't have if they don't say wear a mask. I'm not gonna wear a mask if they do ask me where mask. It's their storing up mine. Our when barnes and noble the bookstore has nationwide mask requirement. Even where i am. And so. I wore one. The publix grocery store chain not longer in georgia has a requirement. So i didn't wear one. And but i notice last week win. The sign was still up that about half. The people store were no longer wearing a mass for a while just a couple of months ago everybody. The store was wearing a mask and in fact there was someone at the door asking people to put a mask but they came in and that's gone now and less than probably less than half of the people in the grocery store yesterday. Were worried one older people certainly were younger people less likely i've noticed that wight people disproportionately are not wearing a mask. A black people are more prone to wear the mask. Some bad they'd wear the mask but it was also very weird yesterday. People looking at me. Who were wearing the mask like. Why don't you have your mask on wealth. I vaccinated at this point. My life's gone back to normal that that that seems to be what the country should be doing. It seems to be what the biden administration should be doing. Give people free beer to go get vaccine and then tell them they don't have to wear mass now in fact. Why don't we do so some sort of ceremony you go to the local brewery you get your vaccine you get your free beer and then you burn your mask. Why don't you entire ceremony. You go get your shot. Get your free beer. Go back for your second shot. Get your two free beers. And then burn your mask ceremonial mask or the johnson johnson vaccine is just one shot and then a ceremonial mask. Burning the i am now immunized. I no longer have to wear this mask. I'm going to live my life. It seems to me that would be a good idea. It seems to me that would incentivize people to go out there and get their shot. It seems to me these are no. I mean it's very much like going going full circle to the first hour. You pay people to not work. You're going to have less workers ears. Karl rove he was on. Tv this weekend dinner last week with about eight. Ceo's of companies from around the country mostly family run privately held companies. And i said what's the number one issue facing every one of them said i. We can't get enough workers particularly an this caught my my my ear. They said if the job pays fifty thousand or sixty thousand dollars or less is virtually impossible for us to find workers. So i did a little research. The federal bump up of six hundred dollars a week that exists in november works out to an annual of thirty one. Thousand two hundred dollars in new york if you look at the existing payments new york california and illinois. Think about this. you're getting paid tax. Free fifty seven thousand four hundred and eight dollars on new york. Were actually on the i. Ten thousand fifty four thousand six hundred dollars annual rate in california at fifty five thousand five hundred and ninety two illinois. Why work if you can get that kind of money and stay home and netflix. Yes why work i mean. These things are so obvious to me. You pay people not to work. Guess what they're not going to go to work. You give people free beer to get a vaccine. They're going to get a vaccine. This is human nature. Why aren't we incentivizing people to get the vaccine. And the way we're incentivizing people not to go to work. I mean they clearly know these incentives can work. We clearly have real world data that they can work like in in erie county new york. Why aren't we do it. If you're that each sure the vaccine to good thing and you're that sure people need to get it. Why aren't you emphasizing. Letting them go back to work. Why aren't you emphasize to them. Go back to life without a mask. Burned the mass. Give him a free drink. Get the vaccine. They've incentivize people to not work by giving them money instead of is to get the mass bike by or to get the vaccine by giving them money or giving them something is this. I mean it's economics wanna one and yet. They're not doing that which is beginning to suggest. Maybe they're not really concerned. This goes longer. Hello there it. Is eric erickson here. The full number is eight. Seven seven seven eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five. The governor of the state of georgia was on fox news over the weekend. He has signed a law that will prohibit large communities from defunding. The police representative houston gained. Tonight you guys had on your show several weeks ago during the legislative session. How to bill this year to limit the amount of defunding police that really radical local governments can do. This obviously doesn't work. If you look at the figures around the country violent crimes gonna murders had gone up when this has been done we know that having a presence on the ground by our local police officer state police and others working in partnership together really helps fight these issues. We did that matter of fact. Friday night did a fly round. We had a joint operation that we've been doing in atlanta to go after street racing and violent crimes and the numbers of people that were apprehending. Stop in and arrest and citations. You is a drug arrest Stolen weapons and other things that were find says that there's a need to fund the police improperly go after these bad actors not fund. That was the governor of georgia brian. Kemp he's joining rhonda scientists and several other republican governors who have passed these laws. Essentially local governments can shift money around but they want to at one time. Do more than a ten percent cut to police budget They've gotta get State approval now. Of course the left is out there trying to subvert the republican argument. Well i thought local control. I thought local control. The problem is that cities are subsidiaries of the states as we see repeatedly around the country now when a city d. funds the beliefs and they spark or crimewave. It's the tax payers from the rest of the state through state law enforcement. That's gotta go in there and solve the problem so you're raising costs on the rest of the state by defunding police in your city so there is an obligation. I think at the state level to to have to take this on now. We got a. We got a switch to kentucky downs. I'm not sure you heard medina's spirit. The winner of the race is now apparently had a positive drug test. Yup that is. Let's see from the washington post horse racing's triple crown season veered into confusion sunday upon us that medina spirit the kentucky derby winner tested positive for an excessive presence of betham method zone. An anti inflammatory drug permitted only in sanctioned amounts the trainer hall of famer. Bob baffert said his team never treated benita spirit with that particular drug it curled into spring. Twenty twenty one the recent years doping related questions swirling around the. Who's unexpected win with the twelve to one shot. May i gave the sixty eight year old. Titan a record seventh kentucky derby title kentucky del suspended baffert for entering from entering any horses at the louisville track citing the seriousness of the alleged offence to be clear kentucky down statement read if the findings are upheld in subsequent testing medina spirits results in the kentucky. Derby will be invalidated. And runner-up mandolin will be declared the winner. We're this to a kerr mcgee. The spirit would become the third in the one hundred forty seven year history of the event to suffer disqualification. After crossing the wire. I yet also the second in the past three runnings in nineteen sixty. Eight dancer's image won the derby but then officially gave way the following tuesday with the presence of pedal buddhism. Old in a urinary analysis tilted. The wind a runner up for forward bass in two thousand nineteen maximum security finished first behind before stewards disqualified him on the basis of interference near the top of the stretch his trader jason service joined those indicted in months later after a federal investigation into performance enhancing drugs in the sport. At which point maximum security was turned over to baffert. Mark guilfoil executive director of the kentucky horse racing commission said in a statement. The test happened. May i the day of the derby with these. Initial findings confirmed friday. The tests draw three test tubes of blood and two of urine from the horse. The first phase which happened this time at a laboratory in colorado entails and two part process involving two vials of blood and one of your the second phase. The split sample test comes next in. This case involves the different lab. It examines the two remaining samples. Which will have spent recent days at a locked freezer and a locked refrigerator. For that officials solicit the eight capable laboratories of the country learn which can handle the testing at any given moment than present a list of options to the trader who uses one. That process wants a laboratory. Takes to the task can require two weeks to a month and sometimes longer now what happens to the people who won what happens to the people that they bet on the horse. Do they get their money back i. I'm actually intrigued. By this particular point there are people who bet do they hold their winnings. That i don't know how that works. I don't i don't horses. But i've fasted by this did you. Did they hand over money. And now the the person is going to be indicted possibly there will be some indictments And do is the money gone. They've already paid out to people. I'm assuming that you can't recall the money what's been done the whole thing by the way There say that maybe medina spirit does it need to run at the preakness and donald trump of course has come out with his statement from the desk of. I thought it was a joke. At first. It actually is not a joke. The former president released a statement on the entire affair blasting them so now even our kentucky derby winner medina's spirit has a junkie this is emblematic of what is happening to our country. The whole world is laughing at us as we go to hell on. Our borders are fake presidential election everywhere else from the desk of donald trump.

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"Southern colorado never stops neither do we. This is low code now presented by shanin agency. Here's tanner swint. Welcome in we're number. Two refund one sounds like the rain. Come down a little bit more out there. We'll talk with matt. Makings channel two meteorologists to get the full rundown of exactly what. It's gonna look like this week going forward. We'll talk with him coming up at about ten thirty five The the rain. I mean it's perfect. It's perfect for a lot of farmers out there and i know that We we've got our and our on wednesday mornings but talking a little bit about it now. Crops are just going in the ground this rain. i know it's it seems like a pain but this moisture really can help get things started off right and it can try to preserve that water You know so that the these farmers aren't having to jump in and start getting right off the bat because it's expected to be a really dry really dry summer really dry arrest of the year so we gotta we gotta get this moisture. We can so every time. You know. I i make fun of the colorado weather we need the moisture i do. I make fun of that but it's true we need the moisture and it's coming down out there right now. Across northern colorado are excessive will the flare an hair poll question is up on our facebook page at noko now at nocona. Check it out with the fda expected to approve the co Covid nineteen vaccine for children under. Excuse me over twelve and over. Will you be giving your kids. The shot the covid. Nineteen shot Lead us on our facebook page at noko. Now or you can text the 'tatanka girl tech sign at nine seven zero four seven eight one three zero one nine seven zero four seven eight one three zero one Let's take a look around the sports world starting first with the colorado rockies they add some momentum after they win that series against the giants the role into saint louis and that was short. Lived the cardinals. Win the first game on Friday five zero. They win the second game on saturday. Nine to eight and yesterday the rockies were trying to avoid being swept in this three-game series against nolan are not oh and his new team and well let's just say it didn't work out the The rocks lose out one to two zero as well Adam wainwright pitched incredible. It seems like we keep saying that. Seems like we keep saying that against the colorado rockies. Everybody pitches really really well starting to think the rockies offense might just be bad. He goes eating third inning. Five strikeouts three wogs. He gets the win as nolan are now Hits a solo shot against the rocks. And i mean really. That's all they needed was one they have won in this game. Two to zero her on marquez looked better out there. Six innings pitched six hits only one earned-run looked better. It was only one earned. Run the other one. Unearned a year but Both rocks or twelve and twenty two now. Eight games back of Of san francisco san francisco. That the team right now and In the nfl west to keep an eye on but Yeah look kentucky's bounce bag what they're supposed to play tonight. Six forty first. Pitch against the san diego padres. Will they play tonight. i'd probably i don't think they will. Just i think that this weather moving in is gonna do enough. Damage that I don't think there's any way we're gonna have any baseball tonight. but the rockies slated for six forty four the first bitch six ten pre-game show coverage starting right here on northern colorado's affiliate for the car out iraqis thirteen ten k. f. k. a. Okay let's go to the colorado avalanche. Shell we This team they've got a huge one coming up tonight that we'll get just second But they do end up taking a pair from the la kings. They win both games three two three two. This matchup tonight against the vegas golden knights is a huge one. The azer four points back on vegas as it sits right now puck. Drop at eight o'clock tonight. Can the avalanche Can avalanche close that. Close that gap a little bit. They're starting to pick a backup winners of five of their last six. Vegas is a very good look. I don't think there's any way around it. These are going to if they meet in the playoffs. I mean that's going to be just an absolutely ridiculous series to watch. These teams have been going at each other all year long and they do it again tonight. At eight o'clock with a little bit more at stake live there. They're closing in on the end of the season. Here what can they. You got kenny. Avs of move back up a little bit and trying to recapture some of that Some momentum and trying to capture that number one sith. Let's go to the hardwood with the denver. Nuggets forty four and twenty four on the year had opportunities against a couple of very very good teams. Just was not able to close the deal They lose to the utah jazz on friday. Night one thousand seven hundred twenty. That was a that was a tough game there. That was one that was close again back and forth to that utah game. He thought well okay. They really need this one too to keep it close but viadana vich goes for forty eight points in this one at a career high just so you know how high of scoring the game. This was to start off. It was forty one to forty denver after one. Not a whole lot of defense out there And so they take in a four point lead at halftime they were up by one heading four in utah pulled away in that fourth quarter michael porter jr. thirty one points But but yeah it was. It was a tough game against utah. So then you say i gotta bounce back against the nets the brooklyn nets here. Kevin durant company and they did. They were up big at the half. They were of big. They were up nine at the half and Well the nets came out. Put up forty one and the third third quarter and twenty eight in the fourth. Quarter the big thing in the fourth. Quarter the nuggets. Only scored fifteen points So that second half has been difficult for the nuggets. Yokich goes for twenty nine seven and six but the nuggets lose one twenty five to one nineteen to the brooklyn nets sets up for a matchup against the charlotte hornets. Tomorrow at five o'clock but now where does that. Leave them in the standings. Where do they said you know. You tie is now on a five game winning streak. They've up in that number one spot now. The nuggets are full. Game back behind the clippers. The good news is i think for denver. I think this is goodness. You're okay with four now. Obviously one number three. But we're okay with four because right now the lakers are two two games back in the dallas mavericks in a game. Back of the portland trailblazers. So you got a little bit of padding their and i'm starting to hear the conversation come up of a. Why wouldn't you wanna play the lakers. They're not for the lakers. Just seem to have the nuggets number. I don't know what it is i. If it's the big man match up. I don't know but it just seems that way the nuggets i love the matchup against the mavs or the blazers. I mean i like it. A lot. more than the lakers matchup. There's there's no easy way through this. There's no easy way through this. And they gotta get some guys. But i mean they gotta get some guys back. Gotta get healthy. Get geared up for this playoff run But yeah the nuggets currently sitting at forty four in twenty four. They have the charlotte hornets. Tomorrow night At five o'clock that'll be an interesting one Still more news Circling around the aaron rodgers possibly to denver trade. But you know. I won't any more fuel on that fire. The last thing that i wanted to get to is a lot of people watched the kentucky derby right. A lot of people were there. If it's just for the party thrown on a big hat people watch it In medina spirit won the kentucky derby but medina spirit also failed the post race. Drug test bob baffert band at churchill downs. So the horse that won the kentucky derby doesn't pass site and they drug test horses to. I know that sounds crazy. But the victories in serious doubt because of a failed post race drug test one that led churchill downs to to suspend hall of famer hall of fame trainer bob baffert on sunday in the latest scandal to play. The sport baffert denied all wrongdoing. It promised to be fully transparent with the kentucky horse racing commission during its investigation. Bedford's barnard seaboard saturday. The medina spirit had tested positive for an excessive amount of that of the steroid beckham. And let's see if i can get the straight better methods zone which is sometimes used to treat pain and inflammation in horses. So it's win over a mandolin in the derby stands for now so this is where my brain instantly goes because this is such that i think a lot of people had medina spirit to win. Do they revoke those winnings. Because they're probably all paid out by now right. I mean that's that's what you do. You get the money right tagger. So they're not going to say okay. Never mind you have to bring the money back like is it too bad so sad. I that's what i don To be clear if the findings are upheld medina spirits results in the kentucky derby derby will be invalidated and mandolin will be declared the winner so then that opens up a whole this and this is so interesting to me and in the sports game like mcvay. If you had mandolin and now they say okay. Mandolin one did you. Should you get your winnings. Even though they took second. I it's it's going to be a mess and this is why i this is just it's crazy. It's crazy to me to think of a horse getting drug tested than failing but man medina spirit In serious doubt as is staying as the kentucky derby winner the taverna say michael square. I know a lotta people. Got out there for branch over the weekend as well as Mother's day launch Hopefully you enjoyed your time out there. they've got there so consistent right and consistency is key when you're talking about restaurants and by the way you want to work for a great owner. He went to work for a great company. They're hiring right now for interview waiters or waitresses out there They are hiring. Just call in call in to the tavern and let them know you heard about them here on. Kfi there's a lot of restaurants that are that are short staffed right now And it's difficult to get A high quality employees. But if you're if you're being selective about where you wanna work trust me you wanna work at. The tavern at saint michel square great environment. Great food great people. It's taverna michael square so coming up in the next segment. We're going to take a look and listen to a snippet of conversation with weld county. Sheriff steve reams on the. Let's have a beer. Podcast presented by broken plus bary. That's coming up as well as matt. Makings channel two meteorologist. About ten thirty five all of that to come. Don't go to snow. Co now presented by the j nine agencies writer on northern colorado's voice thirteen ten kfi northern colorado's voice is thirteen ten kfi k. Tanner will be back after the break up party northern colorado's voice thirteen. Kfi a block party wednesdays from four ten pm. Ten twenty three welcome back. It is no canal presented by the j nine agencies here on this rainy monday morning. Appreciate you being with us. Part of the conversation with the tonka girl text line at nine seven zero four seven eight one three zero one nine seven zero four seven eight thirteen zero one and he'll be subscribed and ready to go to. The techs texan cave k. To that number that's talk grill said kramer's wedge store in kersey so like. I mentioned a lot going on this week with state volleyball. The eaten reds will be taking on the resurrection christian cougars. In the first round of the state volleyball tournament on wednesday morning at eight. Am so Be tuna and be ready to go for that It's going to be fun. I think that eating has a really good shot at it There's a couple of teams honestly that have really good shot at university. I believe as well. And lamar had a positive covid. Nineteen tests who university was supposed to play at two pm. And uh now. Does lamar played is university. Just win so we're gonna figure all of that out but we will have that broadcast for you coming up wednesday morning at eight a so Be ready for that one of so we started the. Let's have a beer podcast. The idea was well. Let's sit down and long long interviews long style interviews with With different guests and members of the community. We've had some really good ones mayor. John case was fantastic. Might freeman birdie whole jerry. Martin right like The the the the big players in the community and this one that we had with well can share. Steve williams was incredible. We went everywhere. And i'll be honest. I didn't know a whole lot. About steve rims before he came in and sat down and i loved that because there was nothing we did. I i didn't ask. We talked about everything from political stances from piers morgan. Being an a hole to old old cases that while county sheriff. Steve rooms had worked. It was a great time. It is great interview and we believe about an hour. And a half. And it's on our fifteen. It's unedited uncut just raw way. What i asked him he answered. Why whatever your feelings are on steve rooms. I think that You should definitely give this. Podcast listen On thirteen ten. K of k dot com. We're going to play just a little bit of a snippet for you here The of our conversation with steve rooms wolf county sheriff. I work that case kind of late. In the in the case get turned over to me and another detective and Every every suspect we developed turned into another suspect into another suspect and when we finally got to the guy The killer It it was a complete shock to us who this guy was what. His background was He had spent many years in prison for a very similar style. Crime where he didn't kill someone but he severely injured them Spent most of his adult life in prison and just been really recently released the way that we got him was by essentially investigating a burglary. Not a murderer And it was a lot of twists and turns a lot of dedicated time but It's one of the cases that i look back on and i'm proud of the work. We did Proud of the work. I did But that's just one of many in the sheriff's office history. We've got great people. Great well in one thing that stood out to me just in those those two stories. You didn't even hesitate with the victim's name. No i mean i you know i think it's important for For for a deputy to on the case that they're working You know it meant just as much to me. As i think he did for that family to get closure because you you need to understand that any needs to understand that men there someone that it's not just a victim victim has a name. That victim has a family And it's it's important to find closure you. You can't bring that person back but damn you gotta get something for that family if all possible to try to at least bring justice to to what they've been through it though. Those are the worst. I mean it it did. It turned into a little bit of a true crime. Podcast we talked touched. Christopher watts just crazy from that aspect and look law enforcement agents are or in the middle of of fire right now right and it was. It was a fascinating interview. I hope you enjoyed as much as i did. That's available right now. You can go to thirteen. Ten k of k dot com to listen to it but Steve stephen i mean he's an interesting guy and it was. It was a blast. It was just so much fun to listen and to hear what he had to say about everything. I mean i and i mean everything from his childhood how he was raised all the way through. So check that out. That's let's have a beer With With steve reams That was that was just a ton of fun. Hey new placing greeley to check out. Were going to be there. 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Talk about how much moisture there's a northern colorado is supposed to be getting but first let's get to the bottom of the hour news and weather center. What's happening in your own. Backyard listened to noko now with tanner's swint a northern colorado's voice thirteen ten. Kfi k on me brown back here and sorry. You hate nickelback. You're wrong talking to you. Specifically brady whole. I know you're listening to your office right now. closing in on ten thirty seven here joining me. Now channel. two meteorologist matt makine's matt. We were in a pretty good pattern here. It seems like Late sunday into monday. We can just expect some moisture. Yeah that's been Clockwork here. The week This week last week the three weeks ago so yeah. Mother nature's frequently visiting and right on schedule to though delays no not not at all and so matt the question is how much moisture we expected to see. What is houses gonna going to play out over the next couple of days here for northern colorado. Well we'll ramp up all activity including rain and snow. That'd be happening later today. Through the night going. Tuesday and then Kind of winding down as we go throughout the day to day in clearing off gradually wednesday. So that's kind of time line now to pick up a quite a bit of water that'll be mostly tonight and tomorrow and total water. Just the total is going to be you know. Some folks have more than an inch of water coming through. I think the average will like three quarters of an inch but some of us will have an interest though and that'll be a kind of a combo of rain and snow for us up to about. Dia northside at denver kind of those elevations that are you know below below about five thousand feet or so probably will stay as mostly just rain but then climb above those and you're gonna look at fort collins and boulder longmont love when there will be a chance for some snowfall and then once the system clears off we'll look due west and we'll see snowcapped peaks. We'll be quite a bit of snow headed to those mountains. And like i was just mentioning. I mean The this moisture and talked about how important it is to be getting right now and people are certainly. You can feel it starting to get frustrated that i go okay. We're we're having the warm weather and it just teases us and then boom it's gone but talk about how important this moisture is especially with the outlook For the rest of this year being so dry the last really the last two months we kind of started in late february early march turning things more active for just our region not colorado just our region. And with that we've seen you know. The drought categories drop progressively. There are sections in our area. That are not even considered abnormally dry. They're considered perfectly normal and that's a big swath of Larimer county and in boulder county So we've seen great improvements here. Recently and those deficits were three to six seven inches. And we've seen those almost totally erased now. However if you look at the last year Total precept we're still roughly zero to three inches drier than average for the metro areas and each of these systems has produced around inch. So you know you get three or four five of those in a row and that's how you get out of the drought. We've seen that some sections but this incoming one with another inch you know. We may see. The drought numbers continued to improve and will add some areas. That are you know abnormally dry. Were considered average. Then that should be happening with the monitor. That's released this week. And next week to talking with gentle. Meteorologist matt makine's Here on on another rainy rainy. Monday so mad. It looks like Like you said at the beginning of the week it's gonna be their wet stuff and then maybe dry off towards the end of the week. Saturday and sunday. Or what's what's the future forecast looking like are. We're going to have more more storms as this pattern going to continue. We'll still see action. Yes however the strength of it slows down and kind of the frequency will slow down Does it very active pattern. We've been in for the last several weeks. Certainly in the last couple of months that entire pattern is about to start to calm down and start to transition more into class late spring and summer pattern and that will mean you know. We'll get thunderstorms going. We'll have our thunderstorms season hale. Season will start to pick up as good through the next few weeks But these big you know. Big huge shields of rain that covered us for a couple of days And cool to that pattern will start to calm down. And we'll begin to progress into our thunderstorm season that we would expect four mid to late may and i know i mentioned this is this is so important. This moisture here but I'm k personally. I'm kind of ready for to start to warm up as well but with this being all back to back to back in this the same pattern with his reign you talked about and now some snow up in the mountains. What is that gonna do. Those places that that did have the wildfires over the summer. How big of an impact is going to be when it inevitably runs off We'll still have to watch out like fort. Collins will still have to watch out for that contaminated drinking water From the ash and debris flows that will come down So fort collins will still have to be pretty mindful about that for their water. Resource standpoint other areas will will certainly have to watch how quickly we warm up beyond this point and it looks like seventies or an order by the weekend but how rapidly you warm up. We don't want things to melt to quickly Above the burn scars or on the scars Because then you're just gonna you know the faster you warm up that fast melt the faster you run off is going to be so. We don't want quick spike. In temperatures a gradual warming trend would be preferred but once we do get those thunderstorms popping. You know they love to fire up and get going right on those mountains and from flash flood standpoint it is going to be pretty critical for outdoor enthusiasts residents And from the drinking water perspective down here to watch out for those that moisture. Well i know it. It seems like we talked about this a lot. Mad but but now there's really not a whole lot to be done right. But but what do these city municipalities. And i and i get it. You're you're the you're the meteorologist but this deals with what you do. How do they how do they make sure that the drinking water it does stay relatively clean. That's a great question for fort collins especially because half of their water. Well don't quote me on this but you know from what my understanding is. Is that half of the water comes out of the the and then the other half comes out of horse tooth reservoir So what we would worry about. Is the river. What is it bringing you. What contaminants is it bringing. Candy you restructure for for collins be able to filter out the ash degree whatever you know contaminants maybe in that water. Can they filter that out to keep up with demand in the city when temperatures begin to spike. So you know. Water managers not just fort collins from contaminated water standpoint but castlerock was another one that published. You know some concerns about this summer and denver as well. You know. they're saying when we hit those peak times when we really spiked the temperatures. And everybody's gotta water and they water all day long and wastewater it's those peak times where you have to. You have to consider you. Were treating that water. You know. treatment can only go so fast. We don't want that. Despite too quickly for fort collins. There's other places. I was mentioning. That for sure is going to be a concern. Ma'am makings channel. Two meteorologists mount. One of the things. I saw you share. This is april looking back on it. Eighteen dryest of all time for colorado. And i'm somewhat shocked at the amount of negativity that came my way from that post A lot of people that you're a liar A lot of people said well no denver. Denver was in. Its wettest year since the forties. That's great denver is not colorado. Colorado is not denver. Colorado has some serious water issues. And i'm kinda shocked at the number of people that just can't look beyond the edge of their own fence line and look you know. Our water does not come from denver. What falls in denver goes down the street. what comes to us or fort collins. that's upstream right. So you kind of shocked me to post that. But yes april and the start of the year four colorado since eighteen ninety-five drier than average. One of the driest april's Top twenty event for april being so dry. And then you see what we've had here in denver greeley fort collins. It's been so wet. It's been the opposite story. It's been so wet but you know we're we're in this together. The whole western. Us the western. Us is a problem. And we're going to have water issues. Despite what people think is great in their backyard does not apply to all of you know. The greater population does not care what happened in denver. So yeah that's i just went. Pulled your post. Excuse me. And my goodness i mean for for such a basic straightforward data. There's no opinion in what you posted. And yet some people still have to say you have to critique on the way that you say it and pretty much how do you how how do you do it. How do you do it. My man i you know there are a number of posts but the public can't see i had to hide them or facebook hid them You know there's certain vulgarity or a threat limits that are each he neither all hide them or facebook just does it and i don't even see it. I get a report from facebook. That says hey you know. We had to flag these messages. And they're hidden. Do you want us to ban that person. usually i say no For the most part. I just if there's somebody that really does not want to listen to data then i you know it's not worth the time But if there's someone you know a lot of people do ask the genuine question you know. But i heard or boulder weather service. Say it's been the wettest since the forties can you clarify and those people all always engage with and say yeah. They were talking about denver. You know points not the state and then once you answer that those folks that yeah okay. Great but then you do hit the crop. That's fake news. Media terrible media lies. It's like well. I posted the data. You know. i put the data on. It's not like an opinion piece. So you have the data you have The interpretation of the data. It is what it is just to give everybody out there. Little snippet matt responded back with contrary to popular belief that those red residents along the front range twenty twenty one hasn't been away year for colorado data's from the ncdc for the period of eighteen hundred five through april twenty twenty one somehow in that the underneath and those comments then an argument breaks out over capitalism. You try and tell me how that program from how dr year that we're having to capitalism you. Try and explain it. I have no idea how it gets mad. I don't know i guess. People want to just have wells in their own backyard and say know capitalist mentality is the mountains. Give denver water. We should stop doing that. That's capitalist we. Should you know. Save whatever falls on our property and that's all we get. I guess their point. I don't i don't i don't know we share water for everybody. So yeah that that. That whole thread got really confusing. I don't know it is very confusing but Well if that that Actually made me smile there so it made. It made my day elites matt so this week in going forward. We'll see what happens here but the moisture definitely warranted again. What parts of the state. And i know he threw this out there a little bit earlier. but what parts of the state are going to amass. The most snow amounts outside of the mountains. Obviously going to get hit Where are you looking in the state that really gonna get a a a at least a portion of snow there will be sections of larimer county. Boulder jefferson douglas northern paso. Elbert lincoln So some of those higher elevations that's the palmer. Divide that'd be the cheyenne ridge In the foothills to the west of i twenty five those spots you know what. Snowfalls could amount to several several inches. Now what you know sticks or is there a day later will be far less because they're gonna melt pretty quickly and be kabo of rain and snow to in some cases but you're looking at you know sections boulder larimer county get into those foothills and some of those and canyons and you're gonna have you know. Some folks will have more than a foot of snowfall. It's super heavy wet snow coming this time. So we're talking about you know pretty substantial up there and if you take the total inch let's just say we'll have all have a total water at the end of this for northern colorado and you translate that into snow that's ten to twenty inches of snow for the for mountains so super wet stuff up there well and it's a good reminder of anybody is planned to those flowers those outside odds is probably probably decent to bring him in as well right. Yeah bring him in. Temperatures will be for the most part floating right at freezing some spots. Do cool off the upper twenties and of course he'd lose those mother's day flowers if if they're not covered up with temperatures in the twenties That in the weight of the snow coming through you know a lot of these seedlings that folks have come up and stuff. They're just not going to be able to support that way just yet So got to watch the weight. And i know my trees are not out. I'm pretty high. Elevation aren't out But if you're in an area where the trees are leafed out already do have to watch that weight. Even if you're not accumulating much snow imagine you're you're a tree and those branches can accumulate much more effectively than the ground. So keep that in mind to the weight of. What's coming in man making sale to meteorologist. I appreciate your time as always what you guys. Did you ever get mother's days. You guys were able to celebrate. How was your weekend. Yeah we made some breakfast for mom and she loves to shop so we went to sam's club that's very very conniving. We bought a new tv and got that Up her so we had a pretty low key but a good one. I love it man. Hey i appreciate your time as always and we'll catch up with the next week but thanks for joining me. You bet have a good one as well. That's making channel two meteorologists. That's our crp. Four by four vip guest mad. Makings ten fifty one the time. Let's take a break when we come back. We'll get the headline the calm. I wrap up this edition of nocona presented by the agencies a northern cardinals voice. Thirteen ten k of k whole sports story in northern colorado state in the country tune into the whole show weekdays noon to two and thirteen ten. Kfi k welcome in last couple of minutes here. It is no co now presented by the j nine agencies. Fun show today thanks. P. four by four. Vip guess kris van heavy and man make ins appreciate them. Our show is on demand online at thirteen. Ten k dot com as soon as we're done here. Let's get to the headline. The washington bands wedding dances which some couples call code a bit extreme. Now do i think some people should be banned from dancing at weddings. Yeah i'm talking about myself. Of course after my maybe second cocktail but to say that you cannot dance at your wedding. Seems like an overreach washington resident and bright secure. Tobin's father died in a car accident. Three years ago. Tonner father and her wedding reception tobin and plan to dance with her mother as they both held a photo of him very a great sentiment but washington mayor. Muriel browsers ban on dancing at weddings. Put pause enthoven tribute to her father. See the issue that comes along with this. This is what happens when we get into personal choice now. Not getting into that. We can have that conversation another day but this ban is so stupid. If you're having your wedding you know the people there. You've made sure that they're you know they're just in close contact especially venus in weddings can only open with twenty five percent capacity or fewer than two hundred and fifty guests. Standing and dancing receptions are not allowed. The order says also see the person who's going to go down to that wedding and say no can't do that. Don't be dancing. Don't stand up down a so stupid folks dance at your wedding and i really hope that she does as well. This is that is just a ridiculous overreach coming up. The power trip peten dug in our back added tune in to those two coming up right after. We're done twelve to to the whole show with brady hole and then if things Stay as they are. They're occupy play tonight. But i wouldn't count on also. Don't forget to check out my interview. My sit down podcast with weld county. Sheriff steve reams. It's available online at thirteen ten. Kfi dot com. Go get listen. let me know what you think. We'll be back at it tomorrow. Brian kelly tenors went. 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"Presents raises with steve. Eric raising and becoming interviews. This is steve a rather. How rather downcast wednesday everybody serious to nineteen. Xm to sports on nine sixty four if you're listening to sirius xm in line at at our website. the The news yesterday. That dr david richardson talk. Richardson was taken by a complications code and further issues that more compounded clearly by kovin here in saratoga and i start out by saying i only personally knew him to you. Know nod in and say. Hi doc wherever i saw him and i saw him everywhere you you saw him everywhere at saratoga all summer long but just a constant presence for years for decades back in back in kentucky back at that churchill packet anywhere everywhere caitlyn Wherever wherever wherever you went in this game the last literally fifty years You were in constant presence of doctor. Richardson and the industry was something he was so devoted to in so many capacities and anytime called upon in any arena toba particularly but a jockey club member and on on countless boards multiple appointments And service to the khrc To the k- t. A and and the development fund and you name it toba in particular and he probably at one time or another served on on every steering committee and of course the graded stakes committee and everything. That the togas involved in there is no area backstretch communities encouragement of education For anybody Anybody within reach anybody involved tan gently to the game and to the industry it. It's it's so easy of course to say if you will be missed and will difficult not difficult to replace impossible impossible to replace. I i when when you want to identify. I mean i frankly if you took. I would think a survey he would come up as the most Admired appreciated liked individual in the game. And and i mean the sadness involving this passing is really profound and sincere because there isn't anybody particularly The not confined just to kentucky but particularly course kentucky and a and and i'm not. I'm i'm doing a disservice. Because i don't know i don't know the you know the the medical community and the the teaching hospital scenario that that you know he has been involved in his whole career. His his his story alone. Forget forget what he's contributed. His story is unbelievable. Coming out of eastern kentucky and it becoming a incredibly accomplished surgeon and then essentially being equally captivated and immersed in the business and in the game. I mean he he. He seemed to love everything about sure. Love everything about medicine. I in that part of it and you know the the teaching but you know for particularly for our discussion and we'll have at least At least two. Today we have got kind of a locked in schedule. But i i this first hour. I'm hard pressed not to devote to appreciating and paying tribute to dock. Richardson and And i'm sure other people thinking you know i'm going to be in kentucky of course later tonight and at kentucky downs tomorrow and and friday a hammer. I'm sure tomorrow when hammer sits in a great state committee and all the meetings that they have in the telephone conferences and face to face meetings Hammer we'll have his appreciation For doc dan metzker is gonna join us. I and and you know start things. I don't know ten minutes give or take But i just i. I saw the. I saw the the lert and or i think i saw it on twitter. I and and and they had to read it two or three times just absorb what because and i. I was not on track every day. The summer obviously But every day i was and you go you go circulate around the racetrack and that includes passing through the boxes and then there's dot richardson because he's always there there. There's in fact clay. I'm on the i. Suppose the mount rushmore of of the saratoga boxes doc. Richardson and and peggy steinman. There's there's there's two i i i'll i'll i'll think up to more But this is so sad that i it. you can't do. You cannot do it justice when you when you see when you see the kinds of of comments when you see heartbroken and devastated The that that's uniform And the worst part is that everybody you know that. Pass through saratoga. This summer they you know they. They spend time The the like they always would whether it was in the mornings or or in the afternoons our dinners and whatever whatever you know all the things that are so essential to what you know what saratoga is a and the fact that this comes the fact that this comes here at you know as a as a aching Coda you know to what had been a a just a really a wonderful and magical summer. I mean that's been the the definition essentially of what we enjoyed here this summer. really brings a sad and to the season and And like they're like there's been for others that There were there were twists and turns and there were moments the you know even as recently as late last week where the or over the weekend even that that it seemed like he was you know he was getting better And then. Just that quickly gone i i. I'm gonna let i mean i like i tried to say here. I only had a you know a passing Nodding relationship so we'll we'll start with dan in just a couple of minutes to pay tribute to dr david. Richardson doc. richardson. And take your time. Take take a moment today when you see the links r. f. matt hegarty wrote the and at Frank angst at Blood horse and you. Td and i haven't even. I haven't even looked in the. Cj and herald leader. And i am talking about his medical prowess and and decorated career as a teaching surgeon and the ad has his presence as a racing official But we also have to acknowledge it his devotion as a breeder and that has a horseman it really cultivated a knowledge about the breeding. I mean it this. He obviously and i'm. I'm feeling terrible that that i didn't avail myself of of of him as a guest than and just to talk to more Because he's one of these exceptional people you come across. Who when they don't just have a passing interest in something they they have a passionate about it and if devote themselves to being as successful and and as knowledgeable as possible and maybe maybe this was maybe the industry was a perfect Then possibly deep mine of knowledge and information that maybe that that's what kept him in a so captivated and so devoted to it. I'm i'm doing my best to express what what kind of a modern individual the dock. Richardson was how thoroughly impossible. It's going to be to to replace him. He's somebody that was sought out for advice. And you know that the industry concerned to that you know people at all levels that that's one of the things about him because he was. It was obvious that he was comfortable with all walks of life and at all you know all the various levels of kinds of people that are in the game and around the game. So we'll we'll dan metzger shortly will start We'll start this is gonna join us as well Hermitage and. I imagine it's going to be not going to be easy. I i've asked belmont He was he was best man at the wedding and was a regular presence at the encampment. Appear although i never go to payson park i. i'm sure it pays to it. The suddenness of this i is i mean people knew that he that he was that he was not well. A over these past I two weeks but this this felt you know sudden and shocking we also of course have to look toward what's going to happen this afternoon on the racetracks and it will be a good race day and in fact it's more than a good race day between between kentucky downs. Later and indiana grant. We'll talk to bill downs in our to. They've got a nice steak Partial stakes late and of course you listening to the replay. You've probably heard jeff From canterbury they've got there late afternoon evening. Minnesota champions action as well. So it's a there's there's probably a dozen stakes today on a wednesday game. The game game goes forth nothing. Nothing stops it. Sit fernando's going to join us as well sire watch refocus brought to you by hill lyndale and and as mentioned as you know as the we've touched on the weekend holiday weekend racing Very good very good weekend for ellendale for carlin and more. So we'll talk to said that we'll talk about some of the two year old winners and some of the if you saw There with his first the two winners Within literally literally within twenty minutes of each other. Was that on sunday or monday. I did notice that that at the rose ed rose should do publicity for for stallions because Literally minutes after he he said arrogates over twelve The he probably had to winters so at at put arrogate right into the win column. I i i'm not sure i'm not sure between between the unbridled song portion of the equation and And the fact that that he was you know a classic distance horse. I didn't start his career until he was three. I i i'm not sure who thought arrogate was going to be super precocious the with with his with his project because that that that was going to be a long shot. I think right yeah. That's what i thought anyway. we'll talk to and then in our three. I'm head to the airport. And so in our three jerry brown and jerry. And i i i i was gonna say Sat down with which iran. We didn't sit down. We did it by phone no matter no matter how. I tried to no matter how i try to get jerry to to to sit face-to-face. We ended up doing it on the phone. We had a wonderful hour long conversation. And as i mentioned yesterday the the focal point had been the new jockey club initiative involving what they termed an exceptional performance evaluation tool utilizing third graphing. And i i mean. I think as long ago as five years ago this came up with jerry that he had worked with the approached and had been approached. Either way by the jockey club and had had introduced the concept to them of utilizing performance figures spot trends and you know aberrant performance and as part of the jockey club roundtable. One of the you know one of the really Encouraging portions Of this year round table. Was this news that You know working with Mackenzie that they had created This using a set of algorithms and the other not just looking for isolated though. That horse was jump up. they're not doing. That's not what it's about It's much more involved in that it's looking for you. Don't be multiple multiple horses from potentially from individual barnes and so jerry talk about the development of it and the work that was done From his end and We talk some general themes on that front hun car performance enhancement and attempts to cheat. And then it actually goes into a couple of other areas of the jerry triggered Question for me that that then proceeded to go another. I don't know it's an hour Basically it will be the third hour so Don't want jerry one of one of the really smart people and great characters in the game as well so Our three today. Jerry brown up thorough graph talking issues of the day This ad is possible. Issue of the day Yesterday was the news as i've introduced this morning of the just I i wanna say impossible and inconceivable. Death of dr david. Richardson and the show that i could do three hours today tomorrow. Friday and into next week talking and then just having people come forward to you know talk. How much dot. Richardson meant to them professionally. And personally and our. I is dan metzker of toba Who's worked with for alongside For i don't even know how many years dan As long as i know you you're involved with toba. And as long as i know him he knew of him. has been involved in toba. I can't tell you Trying to speak for players and fans and you know anybody who may have known of and doc richardson i- basle long arm deep sympathies. Thanks i appreciate the opportunity to be on his morte. Yeah it was a difficult day yesterday and Dot richardson in and a lot of people. Call him doc in high you just dr days. And he was A privilege for me to call him. Not only my boss in a mentor. And i've had some great mentors in my life Ted bassett K with mud for and and and dark. Richardson would dot ca day. Pf with the top of the list but most importantly he was a great friend as well and his losses will be filled He's an amazing ban Touch the lives of so many people and you know a lot of people outside the industry or just follow. The industry casually may not know days but those in the industry from hall of fame trainers to major owners and movers and shakers in this industry to grooms and hot walkers and farm workers. They all knew dave and his generosity and kindness. And it's it's it's gonna be a difficult next couple of weeks of the we'll be also celebrating as life because he gave so much Not only to the thoroughbred industry into the medical community Also you know to the world. Talk about the the the professional i i'm gonna try to you know Individuals from from every area and in terms of being a racing official and You know having a role in the administration of the sport It it it certainly felt like he was sought after And and this is this is not limited just to you know the administration of of the of the sport. It seems like he was. He was a go-to for countless countless people at that that just sought is you know his council but talked to his work Specifically at toby. Toby i i met dave. I probably do. Dave a little bit just to say hi to in the nineties i used to before i came to. I used to work at breeders cup and And actually they've caught my brother and sister-in-law med school forty years ago at the university of louisville at. He's taught a lot of my friends. People that i know in the medical field and Dave sits out tober for twenty two years and he's been on the board he's rotated off few times but he's been on the board quite a bit because he's a guy you wanted in the room They brought the voice of reason. He brought the perspective no matter. It's an owner and a leader and he served on the kentucky racing commission. Dave also is a horse glare. Love love love the play. Play the game and You know he got all on our board and then probably about ten twelve years ago. He got more involved when he joined the great steaks committee. still remember like it was yesterday. We had a vacancy on the american graded stakes committee up in serta the springs and and Reynolds bills are champing at the time. And now so we can see we would. Depending one was interested. Please let us know. Dave came to the meeting. Insert he'd be honored if we would consider them and And that's dave dave's involvement with total was always involved but it really took off after that and think. A couple of years later became chairman of the graded stakes committee. Which is a thankless task. to be not only on that committee but to be chairman of it. It's a it's an amazing committee that i don't think the public will recognizes the work. They do and dave shepherd at us through some tough times. What the graded stakes on some different areas with medication. And but then he became vice chairman of toba and then he became chairman of two thousand fifteen through two thousand and nineteen and he's just been invaluable resource to this organization and terms of just how versed he was in understanding all aspects of the game from the regulatory which is so important from the organizational. End days served on the board of the breeders cup for number of years he was also the head of kentucky thoroughbred association for a number of years. He's just you know. The loss is significant and But steady steady leadership when water's very choppy really has helped this organization so many times. And i think he's his wisdom he has passed onto a hopefully myself and to others as well as we continue. what we do here until ben hope you know. Continue the legacy that. They've left us with out nicely saw dan. It's it's amazing when you know when you hear the the variety of of the points on the compass the come forward In a circumstance like this and you e- almost marble or wonder how he how he was able to spread his His his time It's all these different areas because You know we're we're just talking about his contributions to the sport. Then th there's the medical community involving goal and and the university and You know what you know. What obviously was the full time profession. It it just seems like one of these people that Had time made time for everyone and did it. You know so You know seemingly effortless. I i just And he had a he had a. I'm not surprised to hear you. Say about him. shepherding Things through through choppy waters because he had a very calming way about him He he just They had a real a real plasticity to to him. He did not only was he device chair. Sergio university of low had for years. He taught at the avail medical school. He was also several times chairman and president of the american college of surgeons which is a national organization and day. then i don't think i'm telling. I seek bizonal addition. didn't sleep. well you know. I think he probably got four or five hours of sleep a night. He used to tell us he used to watch racing from home. Don't call from elia at night when everybody else was a slave and You know i. It's remarkable when you think as you pointed out you know that. I could involvement in fulltime job at louisville and is volunteer work. The american colleges surgeons but also you know all these organizations co but cape may kentucky horse racing commission providers cup different advisory committees. I mean it goes on and on and on and then it was. Just you know i'd like to say you couldn't say no. But he may said no a few times people. But i'm not aware of those. And i think when dave felt strongly about a cause or an organization smith and he was he was behind you and one hundred percent and In that was so important. I one aspect. And we're going to talk to bill. Landis next but i i was sort of taken aback that he he had as many as forty horses right now in in or recently in various states of training Or or in service On the farm that that's a considerable. That's a considerable undertaking and itself correct and someone sent me a video yesterday of dave speaking at a medical convention three years ago and is one of our afforded to some of our board members and one of them said to me in response. Thanks you know. This made made a very difficult day. A little bit easier just to be able to watch dave that thirteen fourteen minutes speech and they said you know i'm not wealthy and you know compared to some people he probably wasn't and but the have forty horses regardless shows the absolute commitment and love day. Had for the sport. I think he when he bought his first tourists when he like. Maybe thirty years old money and he had to borrow the money and he's a very understanding wife and But he says the last time he borrowed money to To buy horses. And bill. Probably could tell you a lot more than than i could on. That still goes back with the many many more years than i do. But you know if they if they've written a book about his life and in thoroughbred racing and In the great behind the scene stories it would have been a seller every day knew everybody knew the stories. He had a great sense of humor. jam people a good. You know. Light spirited way never mean spirited and and just to be able to. you know with them which. I was a few weeks ago last time i saw in saratoga after our board meeting down the oklahoma track outside bill martin kristoff clermont's lawn but you know days what what i would call his posse. You know Good that you know. They want to attract homeless. Every morning brand lower kovachev lewis fell dick. Now ever dopson know those memories will stay with me for the rest of my life and then there's There's a there's a who The his presence. Here i i. I talked about that a little bit ago. I i said he saratoga. He he'd have to be on the on. The you know the boxy mount rushmore I've got him and peggy steinman. So far i've got to figure out what the other two would be. You know when you walk through the you know. Dave was some people come to mayor the back straps and the mayor of the box area and whether it was at churchill downs or saratoga probably to You know don't wanna speak for my not to places that he probably cherished as much anyplace else you know. It's just amazing. The people that gravitated toward him wanted to speak to them and humility that he showed and the kindness. People patients that he showed you something. You know i've tried to learn. Learn from dave and You know I saw for the first time in about a year at the derby with with the pandemic and andy schweiger. Who works here tobin. Who's the secretary. The american graded stakes committee. Andy and i with every year for a number of years make a trip. You know we'd go to therapy. We'd go the you know a dirty morning. Wednesday thursday just to hang with dave and the walk with them and everybody knew him and and it was just you know it was just a neat neat. Feeling that i'll i'll deeply miss and then that way when you have someone and then there's there's individuals in this realm In in all regions where racing operates. But you you really hit that. Perfectly dan about the sort of the touchstones that you know that make The traditions and the seasons at racetracks special and familiar and and so treasured and that includes you know seeing certain people that you only see at that. Time whether it's era togo or at keeneland or derby your at in florida. The winters or oaklawn. Del mar whatever. It is It it it's part of the real part of the texture that makes the game so attractive and He he was one of those one of those people And i i not that. I had the kind of relationship that you know that our guest today with him but i i always knew there. He was a and You know It'll it'll be an absence And then all these other service capacities a very difficult. I mean they you. Don't you the people that that will serve in in those capacities but to have somebody with with the you know the gravitas and and experience and all those elements that made him invaluable. And i'm gonna guess they're replaceable. Yeah he's That's the word. I had his over points above both as a friend as a colleague and but just the important role he played not here tober but with so many other words asians and so many other people's lives and just you know one of the kind and you know we've all been i think bost and privilege to be associated With with with dr richardson. I mean he's you know he was literally one of the all time greats. He is one of the all time great. They'll be they'll be Doubtedly tributes and things Named in his honor and in his memory to come and dan. I i appreciate the chance to have you. you know lead off the tributes Represent toba and and you know the the service side of of doc richardson's life around the game. Well i appreciate you having me on and It's it's it's bit was privileged to be on this morning and a privilege to work with today's and and and hopefully in the next few weeks will be able to get past this morning period and be able to celebrate a life of a great man. Thank you thanks very much. Dan metzker everybody as we pay tribute to dr richardson. and i. i mentioned. I was going to try to flesh this out as best that we could. But this is a personality that That was the both physically imposing and and and and the actual presence. Yeah the have accomplishment on the horsemanship side Clearly dr richardson had had really cultivated The interest than and his his knowledge and The landis joins us now to talk about That side of it bill. I'm so sorry about doc. I counted up way if night seventy seven and i probably have another thirty. Phone calls In condolence yesterday and speaking to the greatness of the man and My daughter did some research for a friend of hers over the weekend about russia. Sean and the meaning of and The bottom line of it was lowered. Save the best passed in in the time right before the new year because they were needed and they were the most righteous and for that really folk. And i've shared with wife maxine daughter amy and family and i think i hope they find some comfort in that i do it if helping me get through It it's I i ran into david. Ninety about nineteen thousand nine hundred eighty one here at hermitage. We had a very successful tame by the name of roger. Bob was leading sire. America twice leading star two year old. Roger was experiencing some fertility problem and hormone therapy was the prescribed for him and it was to be administered by pump and mr jones. Who was the most aggressive horse person that i've ever run into probably ever will run into found out about the palm and new of two local physicians surgeons that were interested in the horse business. Dr hiram polk dr j. david richardson. I'm never forget on a winter's night. The pump game in the hormone gay man sitting in mr jones is off as mr jones was in florida sitting there and watching these two world renowned surgeon. Trying to figure out how how this pump work and that was the first night that i met. I met day and Oh i'll i'll never forget that i don't. I don't know exactly what we accomplished with. Roger bobby's fertility. But he was a boarder and a friend ever since that that that that those days and the early eighties and With dave camry always came. I you know. He's got two grandchildren. One his name charlie. And that is after indian. Charlie and i mean the real is the charlie who is crocker on the backside of churchill downs and a great friend and pal david and the other way granddaughters named evelyn for evelyn court. Hey Bob courtney wife He so much of his family and that always came first on trips to lexington. You'd never never knew one might be a call for metzker. What might be a call from the board or through a definitely a call from from dr. amy serpa You could you could book but you never do what you're gonna get into what he'd be talking about on itself from We would take trips to look at stallions or go to sales or something like that. But i'll tell you Contrary to you need to know that he was the bay he was a debater in college and in high school and he was very comfortable taking he you know he was a gun for hire he could take any side that he that he wanted or you to do and being a retired lawyer myself He and i would would would would occasionally get into it and Usually he would get the best of me so it's always great fun. When i ended up on time. I'll tell you they are the saying that i wrote the ata director skate. He'll be directors yesterday what he was the promoter he would identify you or a person as talent and he would promote them into a position where they could forage and then he would fan back or sit back in the corner and watch you flourish and once you do good and and never expect any repayment or credit for what he's done and dan the beneficiary of that god knows ama- beneficiary of that. Tommy i would venture to say how trainer tommy juries of of beneficiary of that trainer brickman. Who won the big steak and bread just told me yesterday. He got a text from david after they won the steak this past weekend and He had horses with brat and always always promoting people and I'm so appreciative. He only took two. Terms is p-a-k president. You're never supposed to have more than one. But we had a vacancy so he said he told dave outcome back. God what a bruce gave he. Dan rutz bill said He he he imagines that he did have to say no to some people at certain times but that that he had never actually encountered it. Well we don't know we had good times. I mean it's is really hard for me. But i've reflecting on the good laughing time people that know me know that i'm mike. The joker in the deck of card. If i can't make fun or laugh over something saw poke fun at you. I'm not. I'm not a happy man and i was just reading and An article about him yesterday. And he and i would talk about it but i never got the details that that in high school. He was a profession that he was the drummer that is until he got into a physical fight with the band director and dan. I'll tell you this. I always accused. I always accused him. And those maxine is life. I said now that what you let go go moorhead on you and that would always bringing that was always my great equalizer. Whenever he was on a roll. I would pull the moorhead card and i back to back expecter. Which was my believe me. That was margarita's funk miss that i'm bob i just bolted up right and dave says forty horses. I'm going to inventory the horses beginning today for him. I got the i guarantee you. We're gonna we're gonna be forty talk about talk about his learning curve. Because i if if your relationship with them started in one thousand nine hundred eighty that pretty well corresponds with you. Know his his origins From the breeding side. And when you talk about. Dr bulk You know they. They were partners on on a lot. Good horses And and i know that. I know that Dr poke Shows up as listed breeder on on mrs revere for instance Probably the the name that the biggest name that people might know immediately but talk about his learning curve because it did seem like he had a you know just a voracious appetite to learn and and to to become accomplished At at everything he did. He have a head start when i met him. And they early eighty. He had a head start he had already owns a stake winners and racehorses so so he he knew he knew the backside and a The racing angle. I mean he was ahead of the game as maybe they had just begun breeding at that time but he countless stories about how mrs revere was how how she came about and now the good daughter of probably zebras daughter best source by silver series and and hall of how all that happened but his relationship with his. I heard the flesh out his family relationship with worthy stephen. But boy you think that didn't carry. And then the woody introducing david to both of my eating and the lots of and that was the believe me if he had any attribute that would preeminent. Yeah i mean. I at home at the jockey club but happy with the nightwatchman at penn oats Who's who's likely safe and and Got you can't count. On the number of people who medically he intervened with and and save their lives are turned their lives around or a really helps them and and what he did for them but Now i had very little to do the learning curve. The matter of fact he would be point counterpoint when we talked about sayings or horses or whatnot and we had a conversation just within the past two weeks about a stallion. That's on the side and taking the point counterpoint. Again it goes back to those debating. Days i guess but is very opinionated Out of storms and he also had connection fees that needs to be flushed out with henry county and woody And taking out some of those Going around with woody picking out some of the horses that ended up being out Part of the county's great broodmare band and empire and i and i saw one reference fact To you know to the by. I suppose that was pre. That was probably pre. Kalua matt B before before he stepped in. Yeah i mean he would talk about looking at Well i mean. He told me many stories about seeing dan's that get sales Seeing and and and and the work you did do to sell seth on standing danza and daily rosie. We would talk about All the good horses. A fifth kaos case wary of them which was usually either keeneland july or saratoga and what they're accurate boots were He knew what he likes. We all do the horse business But again touching the mighty and touching the less or something don't get above your raisin as song goes you know and he he. He never did very fond of his mother. Eighty memorized bible. Verses have made me more cars so That's what i'll that's what i'll always cherish about him his background and very good to me and my family and very good friends suzanne's losses. His first law was with tragic. He was he went to a hard time there. But god bless maxine. Rogers doing came along and and really recharged his battery. And such a good loving couple and I feel for maxine maxine. Been through a lot. The past two or three weeks and She needs our prayers and support that we can give her bill landis with from hermitage and As as you can tell One of one of the real close associates and friends Of dave richardson and You know the you bring up the persuade the the I think she she also. She died in saratoga to curse amy. Amy was traveling back to saratoga. She said i can't let this happen again. But you know how life is. It's not it's not fair. That amy amy's birds and as i said to dan metzker bell as the not somebody They'll they'll they will be. There will be people that will fill roles but They they won't replace doc. Richardson oh my god. I mean he. He got me on the ktf advisory committee of which then he bowed out and kinda again promoted me the gym but he remained on the committee and believe me what what we got into to push the limits of what the gay tdf is all about but we had significant influence in. How racing is conducted in kentucky and our goal has always been and is go and i will keep up as best i can without he is to make kentucky even hold your ears save is based kentucky the preeminent racing circuit in america and. I think we're well on the way with with dade pushing me and from others because we didn't need to replace pay replacing. We'll get that accomplished or we're going to give it one hell of a go getting there well and you know the the way you described his his drawing you into The to the service roles. I mean th there's always there are always people like Like a doctor. Richardson who you know. Put their arm around around friends and and and you know guide you guide you into those kinds of roles if you know if they if they think that you've got if you've got something important to contribute and you know in this current era and under the landscape that we're all You know we're all dealing with than the game. And and what makes this so difficult. Is that good stewards of the sport. Are vitally important. And the of repeated this constantly about everyone in whatever capacity. They're involved needs to remember that you know we all share in the game and during our time involved in it we all have to be good stewards and the the the breadth of his stewardship Around the game is what it is. You know just Just you know. Titanic well I'm rotarians which is my is my downfall. Motto is before cell and at that. If that didn't speak the david nothing because he was identified he and i would often identify the people that reverse that and I gotta live like. I got a list checking it twice and i kind. We kinda identified the people people like that. Well put bill i. I'm sure there's going to be Scholarship memorial scholarships and the on untold tributes. That will be established In davis memory and Whatever whatever. I can do whatever we can do here to pass them along to to have his legacy be appropriate. Leave the only. The only thing. I've learned this morning is it will be very very private family. Ceremony and In october. i believe they're shooting for celebration at churchill downs just like they did for buckwheat donnie. Richardson and john asher. Oh my god he he. He's got is crowd will work with all those put together. Exactly exactly right bill. Thank you for doing this thank you. I think it helps them my open up for everybody. Landis of hermitage farm Himself widely recognized past recipient of the farm managers club the manager of the year and a lot of ways dave's Equal in in his capacities. Top of the hour is approaching. Let's take this break Good natural time to step away and we come back. Sit fernando sire. Watch pedigree focus brought to you by ellendale. Stay with us. Apple races. With steve on sirius. Xm radio there's a great story to talent. Pennsylvania only three states have produced more breeders cup champions in no state can match our performance in recent years since two thousand sixteen. Our numbers of mir's bread has skyrocketed unlike the national trend in this year's live full report shows pennsylvania up over fifty percent why are incentives and bonuses are the best north america. Please visit us at. Pa brad dot com nc. 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