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"kincaid" Discussed on Houston Matters

Houston Matters

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"kincaid" Discussed on Houston Matters

"So it's been a thing that i've taught for a long time in various modes and various kinds of schools but certainly That was sort of a signature course of minor kincaid and it like the course was built around the idea of how to think more critically about the books. We read exactly The idea was that we tend to have a single way of understanding a piece of art and that there are many ways of understanding that piece of art and often we don't see all the possible narratives or the ways that you can turn something through a different lens and understand what's their what's missing What's being perpetuated. What's being push back against. And so those lenses as critical theories or tools for looking at art in different ways. And i should reinforce again. This is an english course. History courses whole different different context. Yes how did it go. Were there any moments of complication teaching this concept sure. I think there's complications teaching any complex idea When it gets into the actual lived experiences of students right We all have racial identities. we all have gender identities when you start talking about those things. It's easy at first for students to Bring stuff for students right. Am i supposed to feel guilty about this. Am i supposed to am. I being blamed for something. And what. I'll say though is that that kind of reaction didn't tend to last long and that's because out of school i can gain and other schools You have relationships with your students. You have a community in the classroom of trust and you understand that we're working with ideas here right and we're trying to be better thinkers and it's not personal and so he can help the students through that Any good hearted student encountering complicated history for the first time or way of looking at the world that they haven't considered before might feel something like guilt or fear and it's the teacher's job in the parents job. I think to help them process that and seeing like no..

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"kincaid" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"kincaid" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"The ice her. I was like. I was like dang girls going for the jugular this morning. Dad is like you really bringing my kid out of herself. Like it's funny. When he just buckled people twenty four seven like. That's one thing i've learned about this business too and i did. It goes back to six years ago. I got a call and they said. Do you wanna be on eric. Church's album cover for the outsiders. And i was like. I'm gonna get to meet eric. And maybe do a little network and listen and they're like well maybe but he's pretty guarded and i was like okay so i go to this thing. We charge food. The old tennessee state prison fist in the air and ericsson front. I got a second with them. Hey man i'm really good friends. Affiliates abc's top. And i can tell you this like cool. I don't care and it was like okay. That sounds hey man that case Anyway look pick big fan. I don't care that sailed the finally like you know what i'm gonna switch to my other persona that one up said. Hey man. when am. I getting paid for this. You re checkers somebody else. And he paused and just stared at me and a smile on his face and all of a sudden he grabbed me and started walking. And talking with me. Oh man that's hilarious but Back with more right after this right here. On the general tire down and dirty radio show you want extreme performance reliability. And the most fun you can have on four wheels. The polaris razor brings it to you. But you don't need to take my word for it you can take. There's i'm tanner fouls tonight. Choose the polaris razor. Because it's the most fun you can have with the steering wheel what's up. I'm ronnie renner and i choose. Polaris razor because it's the sickest most reliable side by side on the planet. Everybody heavy defense diesel brothers. Listen i'm on team razor. Because it's hands down the best piece of machinery on the planet. I'm rj anderson. And i choose players razor. 'cause it's most fun. Most capable machines action stars. Tv personalities and some of the best race car drivers in the world all choose. Polaris razor because it's the ultimate combination of power suspension agility and find. Find out more information on the web at polaris razor dot com or follow police razor on facebook instagram and twitter and use the hashtag raise her life to share your story. Things were tune into the down and dirty radio show available live online in syndication on networks across the us and available internationally on the american forces network. Welcome back to the general tire down thirty radio show powered by polaris eraser. Jimmy here wrapping things up big. Thanks to tim montana. That was aired in its entirety on my show project action on podcasts. One so if you wanna listen to that uncut and there's actually some more to another probably ten minutes of that interview project action on podcast. One hit the subscribe button. And yeah. it's on apple podcasts. So you can listen to that whole thing on. Cut your apple. Podcast skype to this show as well. The down and dirty radio show rate review. Subscribe all that good stuff. I jimmy for fifteen on social media. So yeah if you're a unlike agassi this weekend or by pirates cove. Hit me up on social. I would love to hang out and have a drink with you guys in big knicks all our partners general tire police razor vision wheel rigid industries dirt fish optimus fistful of bourbon. I racing and everybody else thinks to you for your continued support of the show. Gsp stevie axles for keeping us styled in couldn't do without you guys and yeah i think Without being said it's jim beaver. Fifteen if you want to on discount. Fifteen percent off dirt fisher alley school and We'll see you next time next week. Probably talk some baja five hundred and who knows what guests will have. But you know it's going to be good elephant and we'll see next time right here on the general tire down and dirty radio show powered by polaris razor up. You guys have a great weekend and be safe out there and We'll.

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"kincaid" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"kincaid" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"Many albums. There's lots of matters two or three good ones this one dude. I can listen to the whole thing all the way through man you guys nailed it. Thank you yeah. We wanted to have a musical journey. A lot of people are just like oh did put a bunch of singles on it. And i'm like no. I want like a hit him hard in the beginning and then come down a little bit with that river. Caves five and come up with that kind of swagger of. Don't wait up on me kinda hip hop saying it's going to an acoustic thing. We just really wanted to be a journey where you could put it on a road trip. Listen to the whole thing and then and with this really deep. Metaphorical written song called to and and But we had teamed up with michael knox and He's the guy that signed me to my first major label contract signed right at the beginning of quarantine belief so your year and a half ago. Something like that. So we went in and recorded that sucker and Yeah pretty excited and this summer seems to be opening up pretty good. You know we play a lot of markets by rallies and stuff and you know like. I don't wear helmets. There's probably not going to wear masks either. I don't think they were too affected by the pandemic like the rest of the world But yeah so we're gonna play some bike rallies and all that and. I think we're pretty much booked every weekend june through october as of now and it's filling up in between so it'll be good to get back on the road and make up the lost time but it was also good to be home and reconnect with my kids and be like. Oh that's what my children are like. It is funny how that works the same way as you know Whole pandemic you know six months you know. You really didn't travel much. And i i came out of a was one of those. Where kind still did what i wanted to do. I just tried to fall in whatever these frigging guidelines they had were. But it's one of those. Where i i you know i got the status with my airlines and everything else and i flew. Maybe like three or four flights all last year which is crazy because i normally. I've done three or four flights in a week before you know it was that was nuts to me even now getting back on the road and and stuff like that. It is weird. Because i think we all kind of learned a little bit like i'm never at home and last year. I was a home a ton. And i actually. There was things. I miss about him. And i miss being on the road but i don't know if you're the same but it was like yeah. I probably could be on the road a little less than at home. A little more wouldn't hurt my feelings bit. That makes any sense you know. Yeah i think so too. And also i had a list of projects. I was gonna do that. I don't think i talked to kinda like I'm gonna do some remodel. That is bathrooms. Gotta get out. And i'm like all i've been doing sitting around drinking in the garage and playing guitar but Yeah and then my wife. And i joke like are they going to get a divorce or have a baby and then about three. She came in and she was like well. I'm pregnant i was like. Oh jesus that happened you know. Just populating there but our whole fricking streak and both sides of the house has babies up and down the street. And i'm like good lord. I know what everyone did during quarantine. That's funny all. These kids went good news. Is we stay there. All the kids are gonna grow up together right about the same age so that actually could be interesting. You know the probably all be best friend for life you know gobert kid exactly a bond over something man yau excited as an artist though i mean like you know obviously my tv work dried up a little bit of the announced. Work things like that but you is like an you know is somebody that tours an onstage like you had to miss that i know me as a fan i'm going and watching live music and and obviously some of starting to come back but use it artists that had to. That's like a party. You the kinda got taken away there for a bit. Yeah that was. the bummer. Part is getting out to play these songs. you know. i mean we got a new record. And the best way to motorcity records touring not been able to do that. And so it's like you don't wanna lose your chops you know because it's like there's a kind of a musician rule of your band. Your band sounds best after like week. Three on the road you know. She's out there playing songs and different sound systems every night. And kinda lose your you know you so it's like to try to rehearse as much as possible and then you know i. Most of my band ended up getting kobe. I had told that. I couldn't tell you anything about it. I didn't lose my sense of smell. Nothing all son had antibodies so my wife got pretty bad it was just a weird time man And i got a call somewhere during the middle of foreign team that they were filming a western movie montana. This is kind of interesting and Read some line buddy. Mind those historian And i ended up landing movie role. So one up there and it was with sam worthington and heather graham thomas jane and gun kelly and quite a bit cast wow so i filmed up there in an old western town and it was really cool. The costumes and i raised a little bit of help. But then i made up for it. You know the night. I wrestled people in their cowboy costumes and got in trouble. The next night we had traegergrills show up and i cook for. Everybody made my peace with western style fighting but They actually just put me on another one. They won't they. Don't wanna talk about the title yet. But i head out the end of the month And this is another pretty big movie. Richard dreyfuss is in it And i've got a pretty significant role in this one. So it's been really weird but i i always dreamed. I love kabul culture. I love the old west and So i'm like. Yeah i'll jump in this and just no make movies if i suck at least i try to if it works out and it worked out well and i know you know you talk about cowboys stuff like that. And you try to be you know you went to l. a. to be a rockstar. Basically you ended up. And i. I love like you've got kinda that rock country vibe going on. I think all of this like if it's it's like who the hell is tim montana. I don't know you just kind of do your own thing. It's it's a mix of everything in its funny like because i listen to your music. I'm like man i see. I hear a lot of like the only guy. I could ever compare it to would be a little bit of kid rock and not come to find out. You guys are friends. And you've toured with him and you've done song written forum and things like that and my god. This all makes sense now you know. Yeah yeah for sure. It's kinda straddling that line. I mean i grew up. I love rock and roll music. Easy top nirvana foo fighters. I find myself listening to most of the time tom petty. But it's like i'm also weighing and that died of country music so trying to combine those musical experiences and and bring it know to a new place to where i can be like. Okay that's i wanna sound like myself. You know you turn on the radio today and so many songs are like exactly the same thing in the singers are so vanilla like missing that character part. You know they're not characters. The wayland was a character. Willies a character kid. Rock's a character. We're kinda losing that. I feel in modern music where you know. I think everyone's kind of scared to be who they are. So i'm like why scared you're gonna either love me or hate me. Let's raise hell. You know it's funny. You've mentioned all this about characters. And i've said that you know an off road and like you know some it's funny depending on who you talk to and i'm saying this but it's like i'm i've always been a pro wrestling fan just half and it's not necessarily a wrestling it's the fucking storytelling and you got the black hatch. Get the white hats. Half the people in offroad racing you tell you i'm a blackout the other half tell you i'm whitehat depending on how close they know me. But it's like. I got my friends. Natalie and jonathan and natalie she's she's pro wrestler wench. Done a bunch of hollywood stuff. I've introduced them to st by tommy. They're they're all tight now but She just re-signed with wwe and she's the sweetest woman you'll ever meet right and they've got her on tv and people are demonizing her on social media. I think it's hilarious. You know like she's got five million followers so these people are literally attacking her like. She's it's a witch hunt. And i'm like dude you don't realise she's everybody's loving this because she just taking the money to the bank and i'm not saying like i'm not saying you know being a character you know what i mean you. You're a character just by trae that's you that's your personality but i'm saying like we need more of that. We need more storytelling. We need people to show that. Because i feel like so many people want even vanilla. They don't wanna be right. They don't wanna be left. They just they don't want to make waves. They just wanna be completely down the middle you know and i feel like we need characters now you know and some people are gonna like it. Some people aren't but you gotta be comfortable in your own skin. You know right right. I woke up this morning to me. Chapman harassment on social media. She's faster than.

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"kincaid" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"kincaid" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"The american forces network. Welcome back to the general tired under your radio show powered by polaris razor. Got my very good friend. Tim montana on the show. This week and You know we're going to jump right back to this interview where Where we left off right before the break talked about what What put him on the grid. Put you on the grid. I mean that that yeah you know obviously you get that break your there you know but everybody. Everybody kind of knows who you are after that. You know. it's like who the hell's this guy what what just happened. You know you get that mainstream exposure and there's a lot of people you know that that are fans that might have heard of you but you know all of a sudden you hit that. It's people didn't know who the hell tim montana was and album sudden. You know they know exactly. Yeah yeah so. That was cool. And i was all day himself man He gave me that opportunity. He came out and showed up the table and held my daughter and he had his fiancee there. He just pick my brain about growing up off the grades. Of course my mom's as he's my biggest fan holgate maybe about how he grew up off. Oh the lantern all my goodness. I'm like that They don't need to know this. I i look at your career. And obviously you've put yourself in these positions to be successful in meet these amazing people. But i mean there's things like letterman. You know that happened. You talk about johnny highland in that happen and then obviously. You've got the whole boston. Red sox thing that happened in. What was it two thousand thirteen when your song became like the theme for the freaking world series run that year and stuff like that then you guys end up doing like a special cut just for the socks video. And that's not. Billy giving. I just had this. You know what does that say. Luck is preparation and skill layers. That saying goes meeting at the same time and that's what they call luck. Yeah but That song i had a verse and the chorus beer came here to party boots. Came here to stop. And someone. I walked into a hair salon nashville. Most like you said you look like z. Z. top and i'm like well had a dollar for every time. I heard that she goes. I know somebody that knows. Billy gibbons and i was like dollar for every time i heard someone who said that so just on. How can we got in tom. Vickers and religious shows up in nashville. We record the song he left me film it just like holy crap billy. Gibbons man is insane. I'm like never see him again. That's that's fine. I just got spend a day on my hero and he went to some dinner. Some guy walked up and it was like yeah. What confer song for the boston. Red sox growing beards out. Billy and i don't know much about sports and he's like well man check this. Cd out gave it to them like two weeks later. We're on the front page usa today. Just crazy weird how that happened so well and at that point that things that spiraled for you guys so you ended up. Didn't you in an opening for law for top tour. Yeah i've done. I thinks thirty some concerts as direct porpoise. easy top. We did the north american. Hell raisers to were. I remember the first thing really put me on was the rhyming auditorium and that was when he sent me that text like oh i gotta get to play the original grand ole opry house z. Top tonight's sold out. That was one of those moments where holy cow grew up. Listen those guys and that little. Cd player trailer house and park now on the front page of usa today and playing the rhyme in it was. It was unbelievable this weekend. Another crazy moment honoring Billy gibbons at the grand old opry. And they've got air church and dwight yoakam and billy bob thornton Travis trip and man. The list is insane and they asked me. Billy called want you on it and i'm like yes sir. And he's like i want you to play. Beer came here to party. And then i want you to walk out with the league range. Brad paisley and everyone will come out with us was like okay so last night i go to bed at nine thirty in trying to be a good boy. Whenever i have big weeks like this boozing running every day or training focal turning. My wife wakes up t like to. I'm like hey by the way. I'm wide awake. She's like why mike. Some i'm on the grand old opry stage in my head right now. Travel trip unique. Melatonin you psycho. If you know it's funny you're like me. 'cause i've i've had nothing near like your level of fame but like there's these things that happen and you look and i go. I say. tell everybody just dork from parker like no. No no. And i'm like no. I'm just fucking dork from barker. You feel like you're still a kid from montana and you're like like it just like i have this disconnect like i'll be on stage somewhere in front of people or doing something with certain people that i've idolized and i'm like like there's a disconnect. I'm like i'm here. But i'm not really here. Like how the hell did i get. Where i'm at because i can't still put it together. You know y- there's a thing and you talked to some people managers people business needed own. It i belong here. But i don't know that's not my personality. I think when you get to that point is when he goes take over. And i think you always need to have that. Oh my god. How did i get here and remember that trailer house. Remember that little town you grew up. You know type deal and for me. It's definitely that. I'm just like kind of pinched myself. Like oh shit. I how did this happen. You know my my on that list and not the next guy. That's more talented than me. As more fans than me. Whatever and it's like well. It was the reason i'm there. You gotta have a little bit of that but also a little bit of appreciation for the moment and wow this. You know those talking to dan my wife. I'm like might be one of the bigger shows the played you know other than you know letterman's up there but if you look at the you get stage at brad paisley and air church at the offering. That's going to be nuts. So yeah that's i that's massive. I mean that's you not to put pressure on you. But i'm just like oh shit. I wish i was there to watch this man. That's crazy talk about a star studded. Cast that's rad. Definitely looking forward to hearing how this on it too. Just like wow. Every time i read through it. And they keep adding more and they're gonna be surprised. Guess there's going to be another guest. I'm not supposed to speak of. But he may be the biggest name and country music guy from oklahoma last hand. It was just a rumor. He'll be there. But hey i'll fake the roster as is whoever else wants to show up name ryan dr if your name rhymes darth muck. I'm totally fine with it. So i wanna dude got so many bullet points i wanna hit on. But how the hell did you get linked up with. I'm street by tommy. I mean he's who introduced us. And i love tommy to death. He's a dear friend of mine. I know you're your buddies with p. You've done one of your songs. They do it fast over there. But going back i had to rewatch today because it had been a long time so i seen it but i i know the first thing i ever saw tommy news. What was a hillbilly rich. A few years back where you guys do that video. And tommy. Who's in his big black suit and got his ass kicked. Yep yep it was rob the guy that killed a lot of the navy seal and by tommy my band and then A friend of mine. Who's a veteran down in tampa that's Lucked out defense contractor and has massive super yachts and helicopter landing pads. He's like sure motion radio. Tommy's like wow what's this guy do for a living. I'm like You know defense About that yes. I met tommy Beef montana my hometown is where people can evil town and the guy that killed a lot. Soap sound and i played evil knievel days for years. It was like my world two or one of my stops in my world tour in montana and So one year. I'm up there. And i knew the nitro circus. Crews dumbing travis came. Tommy came and tommy had a huge beard. I had a big beard. This is what i'm saying. I mean we just started partying. We had this little after party. Head frame spirits a local Distillery and it came up to the house Saw the property. And then i met travis realizes he.

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"kincaid" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

08:42 min | 1 year ago

"kincaid" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"Industry. You guys are just all about the love music. Yeah whatever helps the song get heard. And whoever's best vessels for that smoke in a bar. The travis singles is first thing. Thirteen years just came out about two months ago record. Joplin's think friday sentenced on the whole anthrax. But we had it on hold for me but it was talking about was a backup from obama's right arm when the world turns slower. You could smoke in a bar. A man of feels like someone looking back on their career. And kinda reflecting. And i just took a shot and texted is travis and next thing i know he absolutely fell in love with it and recorded it and i'm like you go was like you know a few years if i want to cut it to can but it just felt right to have travis and he was so excited about it every interview he does. He name drops what she totally does not have to do that. That's just what kind of guy i've treated. Good old boil more. He's definitely been around man. I don't know. I just find this whole thing. Just pretty damn awesome. But i guess. I want to go back to with you because this is kinda. We're going to talk about a lot. You've just had a lotta shit happen. You just dropped an album. I mean things are blown up for you. I kinda back and tell a little bit of the tim montana story. Just because i don't know your full story so this is just me is is a buddy wanting to know the full story but i mean you've got interesting upbringings in montana. I know you grew up in in a in. A trailer. Didn't have what electricity i mean. Take us back to the bidding inning. And then how the hell you found music and got where you're at. Because i think this is i know. Bits and pieces of it man but looking through the window. I want to know the whole picture here. Because i think your story is pretty different than a lot. Yeah yes. I was born In the flathead valley is eighty five Had pretty interesting going issues. Step issues birth. Father issues also nearly ever wanted to. Those guys went away. So i blame it on mother's love for having me still here today But we went off the grid when i was probably five or six Up in kyla montana. We were way to help. I went and tried to find that house About a year to go. And i couldn't find it i got lost and i was like. How do we do this. Every day of our lives Getting out there just tons of snow and we'd start the generator on sunday off the grid. The tv went off. All you know. Basically forms of communication with the outside world we had a telephone for awhile and we cut it off but So i never got to watch. Tv my wife still gets mad whenever she brings up tv shows from bat. Era the nineties. 'cause i missed all that i missed all the pop culture so i don't get a lot of references to the nineties but i gotta guitar and We had a lantern in my room and every night. I when it got dark i turn that lantern on that i play my guitar and just make up these little songs and My mom always made sure. I had a guitar and a little. Cd player and She would just bring me home cds. We had a pawn slash gun shop in town and she always bringing home. These cds and my mom was like super religious and she brought me like tool undertow. She had no idea what was what i was listening. Remember this dig memory of in this cabin off. The grid is pitch dark and put it in my headphones. Listen to this creepy album. She brought me had like a pig inside report. Sticking out of it and i was mortified. Put it on and there's a hidden track on there was some dude is like reading fake scripture. Something hey bob about and i was. I had nightmares for weeks. And i was like mom. You get me. Cd's you say. Oh from the pawnshop. I figured you'd joy you loved you sick right. i'm like probably some satanic ship. She always did her best to make sure. I had music and guitar and You know like grew up until i was about seventeen in that kind of environment and as time went on we got solar panels so we got a little more electricity but we were never on the grid so the solar you know would be It would run in the afternoons. We could charge batteries up and then run the tv and at that point. I didn't really care about tv. Did i wanna be around my stepdad. At all he's an asshole. So i'd find myself outside riding my four wheeler right. A little had a little honda. C seventy man and i would take up mountains and then i had a nineteen seventy six. John deere liquefy. Forty snowmobile that. I put crazy miles on. And i love that thing so it was either go fast or play guitar so you graduated high school right and then you move to l. a. That had been a hell of a shell shock for a kid. That was off the grid. Montana man sarah fine. I gotta apartment on hollywood boulevard The chinese theater there. That's that i was there two years ago right before the pandemic like. Yeah i spent some time there exactly where you're at. Yeah so it was right. There on sycamore and i was so excited. The same apartment guns n. Roses used to live in. I'd always tell the guy down a hollywood liquors saying some day. And he's like man you know his name was a man is one. He's like the last guy to tell me that. Axl rose. I was like oh no way we live there but my roommates were like. I never had a microwave at this point. And of course we're living rama noodles and microwavable hot pockets so four and i'd be put folks in the microwave and all kinds of shit it'd be lightning bolts coming out of it just like dude. Are you a caveman. And i was like well that also ever use the dryer or like you know. I didn't know how to use the weirdest things and to this day. My wife still will not let me heat up baby bottles for our daughter. She's like you still get defeated by michael every time. Why do you think you'd heats up after three minutes. I'm like i don't know right. Threes melted afterwards. So yeah so. La was definitely a culture shock. And i tried so hard to play rock and roll in la. And everybody's like oh montana that's country shit. I'm just like no it's not. I grew my hair out. I got a skateboard. And i used to skateboard down. Hollywood boulevard baggy like jeans didn't want anyone to know us from the woods and grew up where it cars just like. Hit it so hard. Every time i started a hard rock band everyone like. There's something really country about your vibe rock and roller shit. And so yeah all this is going on right and then all of a sudden you move tennessee right like you. Didn't you end up like up. Rooting moving to tennessee. Somehow through this process right. Yeah i walk into school one day and he just hollywood california. There's a cardboard cutout of this bigger fella who is clearly blind my brother my older brothers blind And his name was Johnny highlander he's wearing cowboy hat. And senator telecast and this goofy looking dude and so. I went to his little live workshop. Lie l l. p. l. does whatever they call it live player workshop and Saw him play guitar and my jaw drops because he wasn't using pedals and he wasn't using any effects he was faster than any then hayward and didn't even seem to be trying and i'm like what does that it's like. It's called chicken. Picking buddies come on down to nashville. That's like maybe put the cowboy hat back on that's cool l. so Moved to national tasted him down and moved into his neighborhoods. I drive them around. You know could drive and He kinda got me plugged in and produce my first album in nashville and then I put together a what. I call world tour in two thousand eight which meant i had three shows and state of montana and a nasty old van and somehow divine intervention. Mr david letterman showed up and put me on the late show with david letterman and changed my life pretty quick because it just gave me you know it didn't financially put me in a situation where i was like. You know comfortable but it gave me a taste of that. This is what the big times like you know. I remember being in that studio and seeing the bands that play there and then being on national tv and you know. I think it really helped me. Keep pushing to this day. 'cause that was twelve thirteen years ago. That happened but don't go anywhere because trust me. We've got a whole lot more with my good friend. Tim montana return here to the general tire down. Thirty radio show powered by polaris razor. Don't just shred your way through any off-road rugged terrain get into gear with gsp and let us redefine your adventure. 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"kincaid" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"kincaid" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"A big.

"kincaid" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

07:23 min | 1 year ago

"kincaid" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"And they don't wanna forget so. Yeah it's definitely some special stuff working. I wanna talk a little bit about your pro games. There's nothing about sport as a whole and short-course especially in the mid west and a really really good position but your team you gotta be really excited to keegan. You got some really cool stuff working with your team. Obviously i know you guys are program you're working on that you're hoping to debut at At fall crandon for the cup race. You know you got your new semi holler. Obviously i know Expanded program i know. Lucas oil came on board. With with your program. You've got to be pretty excited because your program. You're in a better spot this year than you have been in a long time with your program. Yeah you know There's a lot of work put into the off season and We kind of acquired pro four chassis in the original plan was to get to get it to to raise for a full season but where things put us in the timing of in a couple of different things We decided to raise the pro to for a championship and So far it's paid off but we are getting ready for faulker. And maybe for burke river outing depending how come to louis feel in it But specifically for fall kranina pro for Hopefully us a cup race in the pro for But yeah we acquired a brand new We purchased Jamie flannery and myself help purchase. All tracks is Program so we basically bought trucks and trailers so we acquired a brand new federal. I new awning lucas. Oil came on board. You know that that's been a huge help to my program. It's basically allowed me to take my program to the next level. So i can do things that that have never been able to and whether it's in the pits or on the race program getting this profile for fall crandon Allowing me to get more content out there. It's just been a huge help for for myself. My team my program even my family and I'm appreciative them. You know lucas vision wheel cooper tire. All those who have been with me for a for the majority of my career and They've been when it's been my worst and you know now. Hopefully we can keep growing and continue this and take this program to the next level. you know. here's a question you know. You've been around the sport. Your family has for real time. Let's go back to anna. Go and obviously your dad race there in the past obviously sees the speeds of the trucks. He sees what you're doing. I mean what's your dad's take on short-course. I'm kind of curious. Because i haven't talked to your dad and awhile. But what's his take on short-course and the speeds and the technology and you're talking about taking your stuff to the next level. I mean wh what. What's his input on this whole craziness. Yeah you know where where he came from here when it all started in late. Eighties early nineties. To what it is now is is pretty crazy and fascinating to me. Because you know he's been at it since the almost the beginning to what it is today and he's he's really passionate about the sport and and building trucks and You know. I think he's beyond the point of driving anymore. He doesn't have that urge to to raise but yet he he's passionate about building off road trucks helping my program taking it to the next level innovating on our pro for designing and building new parts new front end new rear ends and and just try and we continue to innovate. And that's what you know. My dad is just an innovator. He likes to take things to the next level. And you gotta try things. Sometimes they work sometimes they don't But if you don't do it you'll be left behind and my dad is is passionate. He really enjoys the sport and incoming incoming with me to the racetrack and being a part of it and You know it's a family sport and it's good to be on his side so yeah definitely well. Obviously we couple of weeks out from cran. What's what's what's what's the next couple of weeks look like for you because obviously the two events not taking anything away from any of the other events on the counter i know barker's got an anniversary of this year and is always well attended but what heading into cran and this one of the two big ones man we've got the brush ron we've got you know the community cup race. I mean what's what's it look like for you guys in the team. The next couple of weeks. Yeah you know. We're now that we got through this first week and and it went. Well we can. Finally you know. Prepare some things that needed to be done. You know on the trailer and get some stuff going. Make some adjustments on the pro to hopefully do test here in between you know anti going krant and get some more testing and trying different stuff and ultimately were starting to work on that pro-poor and And staying busy that way so It's always it's always something just being prepared and cranston's gonna put onto great events and I'm excited i. That's probably one of my favorite events go to is is the both cronin's and Just for the hospitality. The fan my family is my hometown. Track They do a great job of that and There's been some good upgrade their We look forward to getting there and getting on track and all all the fans and family again. So we're ready. Yeah now now. The the most important question today i mean you know is the party happened in group. Therapy sunday after the event if keegan wins. Oh yeah yeah for sure if we pull off compromise win here in the spring. I'm sure we'll be having some fun again. And it's been fun. Because i'm good friends with doug mckay and all these guys that are finally that that have been on the west coast for the last couple of years Are finally coming here. You know and so. Doug mccague's year with with The stronghold group and all of them you know it makes for a fun you know. We're not we're competitors on the track but in the end we're still friends and we like to go on and He we got some go-carts. I had recently purchased fifteen cards. That you know doug mccaig and all these guys. We're gonna have some fun on the weekend and Just mess around but Yeah i look forward to spring crandon and hopefully income way with a couple more wins and a cup win would be Something some way to start the beginning of the year so But we'll be ready. Oh some well can always find catching up my friend. You know good luck. I will be out of and we'll see there in a couple of weeks looking forward to seeing the upgrades the facility seen if you can continue on with the winning ways buddy thank you. We'll talk to you later. And we'll be back with more after this on the general tire down and dirty radio show powered by polarised razor conditions off the page dinner. Always changing so. Why settle for light bar that just turns on and off. The rigid adapt is a revolutionary new light and will automatically select from eighteen tabbies that range from a widespread ninety degree flood to fifteen degrees spot. Based on your vehicle speed. Tried that with your not off. Light ball a dash. Now to controller allows the user to toggle between adaptive most being patterns and rgb w accent light with adapt to easier than ever to own the night from the twenty eighteen master distillers of the year comes bold new american whiskey in this full bourbon. Their whiskies have been award winning for generations. 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"kincaid" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

07:41 min | 1 year ago

"kincaid" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"And subscribe welcome back to the general tire down attorney radio show powered by polaris raisel. Like to welcome. Good friend keegan. Kincaid to the show Keegan man short courses officially been kicked off in the mid west to start twenty twenty one man and i guess this we. We got a lot to talk about here because New new ish track. I guess new to the calendar this year. But it's older attract your program. Though man you guys came out swinging to for to this weekend you gotta pretty stoked. Yeah it was a it was a great week and We finally got back to some offroad racing. God a newly updated pro to ready on the track Any wisconsin It was a beautiful facility. I think the last time i raised there was two thousand twelve. And that was actually my first. Pro-life win But they you know they've had an absence there for a while and the lions club approached the and they made it happen and The race was awesome. The facility was good. We had blacktop pits. The fans pakistan I i felt like a normal year again and Yeah couldn't be happier you know. The truck performed flawlessly And we were on the top spot both days well and i guess. I want to talk a little bit about the track. I'm talking about your truck but you know something like this. This is this is kind of you know everybody goes to and everybody's got their setups knows what to expect. I mean a guy like you probably has a little bit of an edge over some of the west coast guys coming in things like that but stuff widely out there. You know what i mean. If you've got a friend you can get some help. Go to and go like you said last race. There was pro lite. I mean. we're talking a decade ago at this point like everybody coming in here is fresh. It's it's like clean slate. You know what. I mean so that. How does that approach with you guys. Because i mean you. You don't really have to rely on right. Yeah no. They basically built the track from scratch on. It's a typical. I don't know if member the charlotte half mile oval Going into then feel a little dogleg and infield so it was nothing that we've really you know raised on before so it was kind of an equal playing field which is kinda cool. You know most times you know we can get some practice at crandon bark river. Will it went back to the days of. Hey you show up you get your practices. Who can tune the best and Get things ready to go for for the race and We made some good adjustments. You know from the short practices that we did have there and They paid off you know and we lead the first day lead lead. Basically from the from the geico started outside pole and Got the whole got the whole shot. Early and truck was just running flawless. And so you know we got the win there and then the second day it was definitely had to work for you know the classes and champ off road have been Stack you know. Pro two is probably the toughest to class that offer. Otis seen in a really long time. You know brooks and corey winter and climb and brian. Deegan was there and You know just. There's probably eight to ten guys. That can win. Day mickey thomas and So we knew we had to come prepared and Last year you know when you got the wind right away but we weren't officially prepared and so we you know. We made sure we did our homework. And we're ready to go and we made a little bit of changes over the weekend. That were good. Came out on top both days. You know we for us you know. We usually struggle at tracks like that. Setup wide maybe myself but You know we we turn around and got to wins and now we come back to my hometown track and a few weeks and i think you know that's something to say you. You said probably one of the most stack pro two fields in recent memory. And i'd say arguably. Yeah i don't want to throw the history thing out there but it's it's a deep deep field man and you know for you to come out and go to for to like that You know a lot of people like oh man puts a little pressure off your shoulders. And i look at it going man. You've probably got feel some added pressure points leader now and now you've got to follow up that effort where you sweep the weekend. I mean you know how you feel going into cramped and obviously hometown track. You know what i mean you you know crandon as good as anybody but you know how you feel you know about the next round you. I yeah and going into anti goal. Initially you know was my thought. Is we gotta be consistent. You know come out of there Recently to talk they have done to champ off road. They have changed it to Points so they invert off a point so we call for the first first day Since he didn't have any point this they invert off your point. So you draw two four six eight always ten you can get inverted ten if you draw can so it's important to the within that invert and so that was my thought process going into like. Hey we cannot be gotta keep stay into this hunt Going for the championship. And i guess two. Two's pretty consistent but we're I'm excited going into current and you know i feel really comfortable at that track Although we didn't perform really really well the last last time we were there. So we need a little redemption and It's always a little added pressure with when you're in the points lead i necessarily don't like it but It's a good position to be an you know and so It's a long year yet. It's important to be consistent limit those. Dns try not to have any. You know dft take you out of the hunt for the whole year and I i look forward again. The crandon know. And that's something you talk about the dna and things like that years past when proteins a little bit lighter you know you you've got room for you. Don't want to say room for mistake but if you have a really bad race you know something like that. You cut a tire get taken out something you know. It's like oh we still got a shot at this thing but you know you know. What is there. Eighteen eighteen drivers showed up for for anna go. I mean that's that's a stack field. I mean you almost know somebody you don't want to say is going to have the perfect season but somebody is going to run top five all year long. You know not have one of those mistakes so it makes it even tougher when you have a field this deep because you know those little mistakes you might be able to get away with last couple of years man. You can't do that anymore. Yeah you know. I. it's important of you know it. It goes off to basically between these races. It's all preparation and making sure. Your equipment is top notch and and trying to limit Dns i mean. There's some things out of your control but yeah it's it's about preparation and being prepared and You know and that's what we've we've really done you know with myself and the and the team you know just you know. I thought last year. I just you know. Second place sucks and so it's kind of a redemption thing where you know i put myself you know on the chopping block and and the race truck you know so It's something that needed to be changed. And i'm happy with where we ended up so yeah eighteen. You know something. That was crazy as They told us the numbers of how many racers of their and they actually had more injuries at an eagle than they did at fall. Crandon last year so The sport has grown and I'm excited to to you. Know get back there and see what see what happened to for granted. Now that means there's probably even more coming i know. Rj's coming to race and so This is going to be year that people remember.

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"kincaid" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"kincaid" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"Be the same to chris. Who do you have a number two. Yeah i think that's pretty possible. I am going to go. Sonoma's for number. Two with kyle larson that. That's another one where i could kinda you know. Done the whole team the way that you did with red bull racing because as we know Hendrick motorsports has been dominant lately The first one two three four finish ever for a four car organization a few weeks ago. you know. But they've just they've really really hit on something People are gonna probably make quite a bit out of the fact. That elliott has kind of been the road. Course guy in nascar as of late and kyle larson was able to get one on him. But larsson's been hot you know. He's won multiple races now. This year he got one in the bag pretty early in vegas. He took the six hundred where nobody could touch him. He took a road course. You know the first two tracks are obviously pretty similar because You know mile and a half and that's kind of nascar's bread and butter but you know you got a road course in there and you've got some diversity if he takes another short-track win that'll be some diversity you know they're they're pretty dominant team right now over at agent so you know and kyle tap to be the guy that is taking the biggest amount of advantage Out of that. So kyle or senate number two You know i would imagine that. He's not done winning before the playoffs. the real question will be once we get to the playoffs. If anybody has figured anything out on hendrick and is able to close the gap any yeah once again. You and i same page here. I had larson at number two and not only. Did he win. obviously he's had three winds within a week. I think You know he took the world of outlaws win. also took You know obviously victory You know what at the coca cola. Six hundred so Larsen he's he's on a roll here. Chris and you know he's just a scary guy. When it gets the momentum he had but not only did he win. It's oma. he swept the entire race. Won all the stages as well as the finale. So you've got to give him a lot of credit for the full suite of the weekend. So yes kyle larson number two on my list which makes me wonder. If we're going back to anna. Go for a number one. I am not. I'm actually not going back to go for my number one. I am going back tobacco. And i'm gonna give it to sergio perez just because you know what i mean and and we kind of covered this in the other segment but you know that was a huge win for him just like the first win of his career. Last year for racing point was a huge win for him You know i. It's just like we've talked about whichever team out of mercedes and red bull is able to get their second driver firing on the cylinders that they need him to fire on. That's going to be the team. That wins the teams championship. And i think it's going to be the team that also wins the driver's championship. Both max and louis for each other's sake. We're lucky that they both ended up out of the points. You know max had to be breathing. Huge sigh of relief as peo- does he. Undoubtedly was when he saw lewis. Go off track. You know with the brake issues on the restart but you know for sergio to able to just hold on was crucial was crucial in that. Constructor's championship You know and knowing that he's gonna be it. Seems like a bigger threat to take some more podiums right now than voluntary both houses i think botas dealing with the pressure of probably the his inevitable replacement with we gotta think. It's going to be george russell sooner than later here. You know it's just it's a pressure cooker for f- want like you said it is going to be a very exciting seizing but yeah no. It's it's funny that we've now delivered a list of some big differences and we're going to be going or a big similarities and we're going to have the biggest difference of all at number one and number one i got to go with our guest this week keegan. Kincaid obviously swept the week in there at aniko took two first place finishes in pro to obviously we saw. Cj agrees with a couple of victories. Like you'd mentioned brock hager but keegan. Kincaid pro two is the it division this year in short course keegan You know sad and everybody that runs in protest said this is the biggest most stacked pro field probably in the history short-course so to come out swinging in the very first event and You know sweep the weekend. Taking you know two first place finishes. I had to go with kiki kincaid at At the number. One on my list. Chris but that being said chris we're up against the time break in Yeah i'm sure commercial break. 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"kincaid" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"kincaid" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

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You're listening to the down and dirty radio show powered by polaris razor killer. No filler. welcome back to the general tire down and dirty radio show powered by polaris razor. Jim beaver chris. Leoni here we are going through our power. Rankings we've talked a little bit of formula one at number five which means we got four spots left to go and now the f. one out of the picture. It's gonna be interesting to see the way our next four stack up chris. So who do you have a sitting there number four on your list. So number four i am going to go with. I'm actually gonna go to promote across. And i am going to go to thunder valley And i'm gonna go with ken. Robinson for the one in the four fifty class. You know we've had all sorts of different discussions about ken rocks and over the years like he's gotten hurt he's had issues he hasn't been able to win supercross title. You know this thing that thing the other thing we really beat down. Ken rocks right. You know we've we've always kind of done this and we've done it with tomac to finally you know tomac finally got his supercross title so i think that quelled some of the criticisms and yet now he lied. Tomac is not going to be with kawasaki next year. And i don't think we've seen the announcement on where he's going. So there's you know. But ken roxanne i mean he's one of those guys who gotten hammered year after year after year in the media for different things. He's gotten hurt you know. Can you be consistent enough. Can you win championships. you know. Multiple championships can win both indoor and outdoor titles. Whatever you know. But all i see right now is a guy who took the four fifty points lead in colorado. You know he's one up on dylan fernandez. They've got some cushioned aaron plus injure in third Here's somebody who he's been building towards another championship for a long time and we really thought that last year could have been the year. And i think with the gap because of covid just not being himself in the series of salt lake races that they did finish out the year. Kinda got one taken away from him a little bit but somebody who. I think ken rock do again. So i've got him at my number four. Speaking of number four. I had him completely slated in the exact same spot as you did. Kris jenner oxen one and one their thunder valley in my number four spot. Basically for all the reasons you did and he was the only rider that even got close to a sweep the to fifty s. I think it was. I can't remember. I think it was two and a four. Then it up clinching. So i don't want one in promote across. It's not it's tough. It's really tough away. Motorcross does our scoring because to win two main events. It's really hard you know. That's like winning to back to back supercross races in so especially with the length. And how grueling. Those motos are. I'll give kenner rocks and a lot of credit or anybody can pull off and let him pro motocross. But i had rocks in at number four. Just like you. Chris which means we've got three left. Who do you have it number three. Well jim this is kind of a cop out. Because i'm putting a couple of people together at number three but they had equal weekends. Basically so get ahead to aniko wisconsin for the championship off road opener and brock hager and cj greaves. Going to tie them up at number three because both of them swept pro truck class and both of them got one on the other side by side class cj greaves. I mean we've seen him dominate year after year in the mid west Multiple different classes swept the side by side classes last year. In the championships. I believe but Didn't win that pro four title. I think it was kind of duke that got it last year. So cj set up right. You know what i'm gonna dial it back on the tv side of things. I'm going to focus on pro stocked. And i am going to go get that pro for crown back. Did exactly that You know or at least has started the season the way he needs to to do that. Sweeping both of those pro- four races Then managed to get that first pro stock race brock. Haggar you know give him. Some credit comes in from the west coast. Obviously landscape has shifted yet again in short course racing lot of west coast guys heading into the mid west and committing to the full champ. Offroad season brock comes in sweeps pro. Lite comes in manages to steal one from cj in pro stock cj at one seven out of nine before brock. Hager got one in on him at anna goes. So you know that is going to be a hell of about Over over the next few months as they try to fight those out. They seem like they're going to be the drivers to beat and their respective pro-trump classes so the pro stock side by sites where they're gonna even the score so tight number three for those guys. Well i Somewhat similar at number three as you i had. Cj grease at number three. You know obviously mainly for his a win pro four stack field the mid west this year you know and and with cj taking. I guess sweeping the weekend. And i think this is a tough one because none of these drivers had any data. They didn't have any setups this attract. That hadn't been run. And i think like a decade So it's You know. I think it's tougher to get a win this weekend than it is on any other given weekend just because the lack of data and things but you know just for all the reasons you said i had cj greaves sitting at number three on my list which makes me wonder if our number twos and ones are going to.

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"kincaid" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"kincaid" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"People yelled at me on twitter for saying it but anyhow beneficiary of all that was sebastian bethel who ends up on the podium for aston martin after all of the chaos and all of the carnage and max verstappen having the blow up that he did and lewis hamilton having the brake issues on the restart that he did so great weekend for those guys especially in the context of the other tire failure being lance stroll. Who was a teammates. Aston martin so Big day for them Certainly sebastian was elated to get back on the podium. And then we have to feel like there aren't too many of those left in his career so certainly worth celebrating to see that. So sebastian Vattel at number five for me you know and this is actually going to spur bigger formula one conversation and we ended up taking the whole segment for it. But i'm gonna go to baku city for my number five as well I got no complaints with your number five. I actually from my number five once again as in last week. I'm going with red bull formula one the team You know obviously you know perez with that victory as a big moment for his career He needed that. I think You know he's kind of been in the shadow of for for a while now. And but i had to go the red bluff one because i had had that what race one if you laps to go. He's leading fluke tire failure and now all of a sudden he finishes what i think officially eighteenth something like that You know tough break for them. I mean but red bull formula one is proved especially in the last couple of rounds like they are bringing the fight. You know what i mean. They they've got a team that can compete for this championship and for stopping thankfully for him. Hamilton had problems. They still retains the lead in the drivers championship. So we're that shootout that we're expecting is still going to be there but you know i'm just looking down this. You know this entire race you know. And and you mentioned battle I'm looking at constructor point driver standings and you know another guy that pops out of my mind as lando norrish eastern their fourth. You know and. I don't know that anybody thought norris would be sitting fourth in the driver's championship. You know this this deep into the season so the the thing is formula one this year chris and obviously i had red bull. F one at five. But i'm excited for the first time in a long time. You don't know what's going to happen on any given weekend. That podium isn't set you know. We've got four teams. That are really you know kind of front. Running teams five ish. Maybe like i dunno. It's got me excited to tune in every week because the processional is gone. I mean f- one. These guys are driving and they're driving the wheels off these cars and we have a true battle. You know upfront and the one. We haven't had a long time absolutely. I mean it's and it's funny that you mentioned that and certainly Red bull racing as a team at number five is a worthy pick. And i think a lot of what this season is actually gonna come down to is the battle between the second drivers at red bull and mercedes because this seems to be the most evenly matched that maximum staff and lewis hamilton. Have ever been no doubt. The cars seem to have their various strengths and weaknesses but as a whole they tend to be on par with one another. So now it's a matter of which second driver is actually going to be able to take advantage of the situation that they're in and rise to the occasion for years. That's been voluntary botas. He's been able to pick off a couple of wins year. we've seen some seasons. Where early on. He seemed like oh he might actually be a threat for the championship. He might pull nico rosberg this year but hasn't and then gets tobacco and lays one of the biggest eggs i think of his career certainly with mercedes just did not have it for whatever reason it certainly lewis didn't in practice either but lewis at the very least was in contention for a podium to the very end sergio perez on the other hand. We thought it was going to be the eleven billionth red bull second driver to fill out of that spot because that seems to be what happens on that team they go through them. They always have but you know now. There's a second red bull driver who is able to consistently put it on the or who seems like they could consistently put it on top of the podium for the first time since you know the vessel ricardo days. They haven't really you know i. It's always seemed like it's only one guy who can really win races with that team at any given time and if peres can do that i mean yes he's going to be looked at is the number to you know he's always going to be looked at is the number two there because max is the guy but if peres can consistently win a couple of races a year i mean i think that's what's expected of him at this point in his career. You know i. I mean him. Winning with racing point last year in the first place was a lifeline of his career. I mean everybody thought he was on his way out. People thought he was going to indycar. People thought you know in many ends up alex albums seat and has already proven in the end to be an upgrade their but rebels always had that issue. You know for quite some time now getting a second driver who works as a second driver. And if sergio perez can do that then you know then we finally have a return to form for that team for the first time. Really i mean i. I said to winners. Where the vessel ricardo days but in terms of four. Maybe that'll mark webber days even so even further back than that man. We're going deep without one. But you know it's funny. I'm gonna bring the basketball analogy. And i think formula one drivers have always struggled with us and probably the one that accepted his role the most. And he's still one of the greats but it was rubens. Barrichello in and i i look at it like the jordan pippen thing pippen was still a hall of famer being in the shadow of michael jordan. You know he still put together a hall of fame career. And i think formula one these guys get overshadowed by greatness and obviously you know that you can't say is one of the all time greats. But he's got the makings of one of the all time greats. Now you know. I have no idea what the next five to ten years. They're gonna hold for him so we're definitely getting ahead of ourselves but i'm just saying like i can see the next five to ten years especially after lewis bows out You know this being the max for step and series you know and so. It's tough to be in that second seat. It's tough to be in that role. But her eskin. He could be a phenomenal driver there. He could learn a lot. He's going to win a lot of races going to win as many probably not. But i mean look at ricardo. i mean. he's struggled with that. He went to another team. He's an afterthought now nobody even thinks about him. I mean we're where's he at tenth in the standings right now he's sitting dent ricardo's a phenomenal talent. He just you know. It's i don't know i just i get it. Sucks being the number two guy but sometimes being the number two guys a whole lot better than being the tenth guy like cargo. So i i dunno chris. It's it's weird. I get the struggle. But i don't know formula one. It's an interesting beast. Oh no doubt no. And i think we see this stateside on two wheels to with supercross promote across where you've had a lot of guys who have just been dominant in the guys on those teams those dominant teams. They seem to have a revolving door of number twos behind them. And i don't know how much of it is. Those guys not being graded accepting the number to roll or teams putting the pressure on them that they have to equal the number one guy or what it is but in a lot of motorsports. You see factory programs like that. You know you get that imbalance and it's such a catch twenty two for number two guys who don't know how to be number. Two guys are chris. Well we're going to take a short commercial break. We'll be back after this on the general tire down. Thirty radio show powered by.

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Episode 142: Freddys Back! Freddys Back! Freddys Back! - burst 22

The Swearwolves

04:19 min | 1 year ago

Episode 142: Freddys Back! Freddys Back! Freddys Back! - burst 22

"He's at school tired. You can't be comfortable. Pooping at school. He must just be really tired. he's just exhausted. And he's like maybe just maybe he's not pooping. Maybe he's just like i'm just a breather and just relax done that before a bit at work before it was like. Oh god i just wanna wanna go to the bathroom and just sit there and pretend to poop every couple of issues like sorry guys. Still pooping dude. We don't care we don't care which guys just give me update dude. Someone's there the whole time knowing what to do with their pooping in public place. It's the worst is the absolute worst and then like when you hear. Somebody entered the bathroom. Like oh and then you see them. Walk through a little crack between the door and like i contact. It's like saw each other most vulnerable. It's the worst. So yeah he falls asleep taking shit and he gets sucked into or he's in a dream and he's doing his he's had joe. Yeah phrase invisible. Which is kinda weird having an invisible fight. Yeah that is weird. Get to property. Lynch not wanna do the fights available. Maybe he had to poop well times the waste it in so he fights him. Yeah i read is kicking his and then starts fighting back and he's doing good and then all of a sudden freddy's glove appears and just flies rick and kill them and each time. One of her friends dies after kristen. It's like alice like gets a jolt of energy. We're finding out of their talents and abilities are their dream. Tell right are passing onto alice. I don't know what sheila's dream talent was brains. Mind over matter so she says she signed my poster. There you go there you go so then we to the funeral and this is kind of a weird scene because rick like comes out of his own coffin and has kind of a moment with his sister and he goes halo. Regan yeah very strange. Also notice at the funeral for some people like kincaid funeral. Some people. don't yeah but kincaid. Enjoy your like buried next to each other. And there are buried next to nancy and then kristen's buried next to them. It's like they all got funeral plots right next their plots right next to each other. They don't know how they died. They like the people who don't know anything about freddie. They still buried them all next year. Exactly exactly nobody in the no one else in the town died in the interim between you know so the greet at the funeral to me. Debbie's another thing another thing if you live in a town where like twenty years ago in. This wasn't even twenty years ago right so like it's a year after those people died at the mental hospital. It's like four years after what happened in elm street one. And it's like what twenty years after what happened to freddie krueger. Yeah like don't you think you would know the story like everybody's like who's freddie and it has to be explained every fucking movie who freddie s. Even if you're new to the town folklore at this point yeah was gonna come up to you and go. You're about freddy krueger yet. And you're like what the fuck talking about. Yeah of course have killed. He killed children like we know. Stories about like fucking jeffrey dahmer. And we don't even live. I did but don't even live in milwaukee wisconsin. Yeah this would be big news. Yes but not the dream stuff might not be big news but knowing who freddie krueger was when he was like in the real world like alive you would know that store exactly and why is nancy's house associated to freddie krueger of. Nobody lives there anymore. Like i understand in one to the house being there. But why's everybody always going back to that house. That's up freddy kruger house. That was nancy's house gets the freddie house. But it's not freddie's house. It's nancy's maybe was ready. But it wasn't. I mean did spread. Nancy's

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"kincaid" Discussed on Finding Her

Finding Her

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"kincaid" Discussed on Finding Her

"That was a mouthful. I'll go ahead and add that into the show. Notes and also ten percent of proceeds from the collections will be donated to nami. Thank you and let's start the show. Welcome back friends to episode sixty eight. This is julia busby with finding her ted day. I am so excited. We're gonna be talking more about anxiety and my friends our topic today. We're going to be discussing with. A guest is the brain and gut connection so i cannot do this episode alone so i invited an amazing anxiety that i found on instagram and her name is kelly. Kincaid she's going to teach us and share some golden nuggets of information to let us know some more awareness about got in brain health. Welcome kelly to the show. Thank you so to be here me too. I am ready to learn. Let's tell us a little bit about you. Yeah well i like you you nailed it. Got brain nutritionist. I focus on a gut innings. -iety in connection there Take a very holistic approach so definitely addressing everything in the body but also mindset and energetics is well because i was all play a role in in your will help but specifically in your gut health in your anxiety in. This is a very interesting topic. There's a lot of new research on this. And i think we're just finding how much more interrelated they are and you can really it from either side from looking in the The the mindset department or the biochemical department so it's just really fascinating to yet to really dive in and see this from multiple perspectives right and then also to bring awareness and to learn more about it. Because i'm pretty sure there's a lot of listeners like myself that have a lot of stress and anxiety that we deal with on a regular basis and then really thinking about how it affects your body especially that stress running through your veins and everywhere so i wanted to teach everybody and then also introduce you to the community because i have really enjoyed your content online so when we talk about stress in anxiety two different things we also one. You have both at the same time. You can have one without the other. One can trigger their friends their besties regarding brain and the gut connection. Can you open up on that topic. Yeah so again. Lots of new research department But the gut brain connection. So i'm sure you've all heard that the got is called the second brain and it's called the second brain for a reason because most your nervous system your enteric nervous system in your gut is directly connected to your brain via the vegas nerve. The vagus nerve is the longest running nerve in the by body in. Its this information highway between the gut in the brain and it's so instantaneous. That's why they call it your gut instinct. 'cause your gut knows immediately happening when you brain guts right. It's in that department to gut instinct like listen to your gut You're you're really really knows..

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"kincaid" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"kincaid" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Thomas Kincaid was an American painter of popular, realistic pastoral and idyllic subjects. He's notable for the mass marketing of his work as printed reproductions at other licence products via the Thomas Kinkade company. He characterized himself as Thomas Kinkade painter of Light, a phrase that he protected through trademark, according to Kincaid's company, one in every 20 American homes, owns a copy of one of his paintings. Kincaid received many awards for his works, including multiple National Association of Limited Edition Dealers and Artist of the Year and Graphic artist of the Year and his art was named lift The graph of the year nine times. Kincaid is reportedly one of the most counterfeited artist due in large part Because of the advances in affordable high resolution, digital photography and printing technology. Additionally, mass produced handpainted fakes from countries such as China and Thailand abound in the U. S. And around the Globe. In 2011 Kincaid studio said that Kincaid was the most collected artist in Asia but received no income from those regions do the widespread forgery. According to his girlfriend. Kincaid died in his mother's California home in April of 2012. His wife, Nannette had filed for divorce two years earlier and was the trustee of the estate. The official cause of death is listed as accidental overdose of alcohol and Valium. However, his girlfriend stated that the artist died in his sleep very happy. In the house he built with the paintings he loved and the woman he loved, despite his $50 million in wealth and careful artistry. He had left behind sloppy notes, bequeathing his girlfriend $10 million on the Northern California compound. Needless to say, Kincaid's wife took issue with that which is another reason why it's vitally important to meet with a true financial coach who listens to your goals for retirement of legacy planning and can implement a total retirement. Income plan, taking into account all necessary detail. Way are back. Consumer.

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"kincaid" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"kincaid" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"John Kincaid. Oh, yeah, it'll drive you crazy. This show will drive you nuts Company alive for the rocket mortgage. Where are friends in Cleveland, and I love Cleveland. But I love the Browns fans. I just don't love the Browns and I don't love Baker Mayfield. The Browns are missing the playoffs. I agree. I'm with you..

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NASA launches mission to Mars

Richard Eeds

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

NASA launches mission to Mars

"Third and final mission to Mars is underway following launches by China and the United Arab Emirates. Correspondent Linda Kincaid reports NASA's most elaborate life Hunting Rover. Is carrying some fascinating equipment expected to land in mid February of 2021 theory. Emission also promises new perspectives on Mars. The perseverance is equipped with microphones to share sounds of the Red Planet for the first time. It also has 23 cameras with new features like zoom color and video capturing capabilities. Also along for the ride the first helicopter to attempt flight on another planet. NASA's perseverance Rhoda Mighty Atlas five Rocket in Ooh, a clear morning sky. Among other features, the plutonium powered, six wheeled Rover will drill down and collect tiny geological specimens that will be brought back to Earth.

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"kincaid" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"kincaid" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Put their names on our studios. We really appreciate that The John Kincaid show on CBS sports radio at Tony Pierre know Anthony find producer along for the ride. And another Anthony coming up a 10 right 10 Eastern time. That's correct. Anthony Lima comes up. The being. The bean is on in an hour. Good stuff. They got a They got a really good That's that's a really good station in Cleveland. Our CBS sports radio, home and land. Carmen got kind of the bull. Whose yes, I mean, that's that is a really, really, that is a really, really good station up there. Ah, I know that. I know the boss of that station. How about this? The boss of that station actually. Produced One of my first on air shifts. Everett W. E. P in Philadelphia. The talented Andy Roth. Who is really, really good. Justin Fox is there too? Very foxy Dustin Fox. That's a really, really strong station, and they get a lot of good reviews because of its that's great Eso. Ah, listen in Anthony of becoming your way at the top of the hour, So Mike's off Mike's off What's Mike doing with the Sundays off like what? What do you think? Other than being in the money room, count his money. Definitely doing that. I mean, that's that's because if I was Mike, I would have a money room. I would have a money room just he could walk in and just roll around in it a little bit. Count it. I'd want to count it. You know, from time to time just to know that nobody's been skimming off the top. Swimming it a little bit swimming in a little bit that big. I'm sure Mike's got the kids at the pool. Definitely allowed golfing. Lot of golf might say Ah, good or like, Do you know anything about his golf game? No, I don't. I'm extremely mediocre. So I I'm I'm extremely mediocre. So I have no I have no idea. I have no idea helped with that as we start this hour of the show. Just a note. To a guy that I Really, really admired and from my years in sports radio I have been blessed to hang out with you guys..

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Kaylin Marcotte, founder and CEO of JIGGY

Dell Technologies Podference

04:12 min | 2 years ago

Kaylin Marcotte, founder and CEO of JIGGY

"To a special bonus episode of skimmed from the couch for small business. Week we have a small business founder with us kaelin marco who is the founder and ceo of jigsaw puzzles. She was also our first employees here at the skin. So we are so so excited for this very special episode today kaelin. It is great to talk to you about everything including gygi. We are so proud of you. Thank you for being on the show. Thank you guys. I'm so happy to be here. It is certainly surreal but very excited to be just to kind of level set before japan so we started the skin. Twenty twelve week took in our first funding in the end of two thousand thirteen. So employees started january of two thousand fourteen and in like november kaelin emailed us called amounts that she was a consultant lever talk through her background but she loved the scam and wanted to join us and to know what that would look like and so we met her for coffee at our favorite cafe and we hired her before we had an office before we haven't seen and had no idea what her role would really be or what it would become but she was employee number one. So this is a very very full circle moment for us. So caitlin we're gonna start our interview the way we do all of them. Which is kim your resume for us. I moved to new york from california. Where i'm from to go to barnard college. I studied political science and then my first job was management consulting. I was hired into of these two year rotation all kind of entry level programs about a year and a half into that. I sent a cold email to my favorite newsletter. And you know wasn't quite sure where it would go but wanted to shoot my shot and a week later. We sat down at cafe clooney. And i walked away from that and it was like there is no world in which i'm not a part of this and hopped on board. Join you guys as your employees next three and a half years crazy amazing wild ride rings get bassedas and social amazing experience. That left and spent some time abroad moved to london. I'm started consulting on my own. Such gone freelance projects working with startups and a media. Company is my sister. And i started an organization around single use. Plastic consumptions called project. Plastic is icy k. And it was essentially like whole thirty for classic use so a thirty day curriculum to go plastic free and then i started working on gigi at the same time and launched last year. November twenty nineteen. We love jackie. And we are so proud of you as you talk through this skim. What gygi s yes. So gigi we say we make puzzles worth framing. The idea for it started in my scam days. It was just also around the same time that head space came out. There was starting to be a conversation around. Mindfulness and meditation. And i was looking for what that meant to be in kind of just a way to unwind at the end of the work day and is are doing jigsaw puzzles and found them relaxing and stress relieving. They got me away from my phone and computer. So i fell in love with puzzles. Twenty fifteen but the ones out there were just like thomas kincaid or puppies in a basket and cottage scenes and just really uninspiring our choices. So the idea kind of planted then of elevating and reinventing the puzzle. And then i started really working on it. I wanted to feature the work of emerging artists and help support their work so started creating in licensing are emerging female artists around the world they get a percentage of every sale wanted to reinvent the packaging and presentation and also saw four. What do you do with the puzzle once you're done with it so each gigi comes with puzzle glue and an applicator. So when you're done if you want to keep it and turn it into real real art

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Michelle Martinko - Forever 18

Court Junkie

06:43 min | 2 years ago

Michelle Martinko - Forever 18

"Over the course of the next two weeks or so. You're going to go on a journey back in time. The evidence in this case will take to the year nineteen seventy-nine specifically six days before Christmas summer. Nineteen nineteen seventy nine show. Marchenko was a girl out on the town in nineteen seventy nine eighteen year old. Michelle Martin was in her senior year at Kennedy High School in Cedar Rapids Iowa and on December nineteenth. She was headed to a Christmas banquet for her school concert choir at a local hotel she had the adorable little rabbit fur coat and she do her era blue. What I refer to as the fair Faucet flip and she to her hair makeup and You know we're pretty dress. And that's very typical of how she dressed up if she was going home. Michelle left the banquet and headed to the West Stale Mall to pick up a coat. Her mother put on layaway for her when she got there she ran into a group of fellow students who had also just left. Think about the time that we did come out of the store a friend of hers and a friend of his they we read. We did run into them out of the mall. Michelle had been spotted by her ex boyfriend. Andy sidell Andy says he thought Michelle was at her choir banquet so he thought it was the perfect time to buy her Christmas present for Awhile. Marina went down on remember. We went downstairs. I think there was an escalator. There I don't remember which route we took. It just went went down towards it. Hey wasn't expecting to see a here. I'm going to go back up and go get your gift. Please don't follow me. She agreed and told Andy She'd give him a call later that night. Michelle then ran into another friend. Curtis Thomas who was working at a clothing store. He took is break with Michelle and they went to get a bite to eat upstairs at the food court but the two ended up talking for too long and he had to get back to his job but Michelle said she was going to leave and so we walked past the store and we kept walking and we turned to the first exit. Pass my store and we walked up to the door and she said she was going to go and I said I had to go but we were lucky we were talking. My don't be a stranger. You Know Michelle bundled up and headed out. Another schoolmate saw Michelle coming out of the exit from the mall and going towards the parking lot. She said she saw Michelle carrying packages in a bag appearing to be in a hurry other people came out at that same time but. Michelle was by herself an employee who is closing down. One of the stores noticed Michelle's car still in the parking lot sometime between ten thirty and eleven PM. There were few cars left so it seemed out of place around this time. Michelle's mother frantically called her friend. Jane she asked me if I knew where Michelle was. Well I asked me of. Michelle is with me and divide now. Michelle was would I have any idea or Michelle would be. Jane didn't know it was a school night and she had gone home early to work on our homework. Michelle's mother called police at two. Am to report. Her daughter. Missing around four am Cedar Rapids Police Officer James. Kincaid phoned her gold seventy two buick four door in the mall. Parking lot with the rear driver's side door unlocked dispatchers instructed. Him to open the door was she was sludge down the door. Several stab wounds on her chest and Remember seeing laceration on her Chin and she was no signs of life twos. Obviously Dad the officer then radioed for backup. Michelle's body was laying inside of her car. Curled into the passenger side seat floorboard stabbed multiple times and bloodied from her wounds. Crime scene investigators collected evidence. They preserved it not knowing. If anything of value could be found the case would remain open for the next thirty. Nine years you will hear that the advancements into science breathed new life into the investigation and provide a glimmer of hope for the investigators that the answers they sought may lie in the eyes of physical evidence still remaining from the nineteen seventy-nine crime scene those advances included the capability to test for DNA in bloodstains found Michelle's black dress and on the gearshift selector in her car. New leads and developments in technology led investigators in two thousand eighteen to a pizza joint. Forty five minutes down the road from the West Stale Mall there. They found themselves sitting in a booth staring directly at the possible assailant. That suspect got up and left afterwards. Investigators took a straw from the glass. The target had left behind. The evidence will show the comparison of the DNA that was able to be obtained from the Straw. Used by the defendant in the suspect male DNA profile from Michelle's dress revealed an outstanding development for the first time in the investigation of any suspects. A defendant could not be eliminated as a major contributor to this profile. Who was sitting across from the officers at that pizza parlor. Was it someone? Michelle knew someone. She cared about someone she trusted or was it a random individual were after thirty nine years. Her family friends and the police finally had the answers to the questions that had evaded them for so

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Interview w/ Ross Kinkade

Open Podcast Community

07:09 min | 2 years ago

Interview w/ Ross Kinkade

"Hello This is the second interview of the open. Podcasts COMMUNITY PODCAST. I'm here with Ross Kincaid of the trash panda newsletter and We're GONNA be talking about content creation so let's get into it okay. Hey Ross. How's it going good? How about yourself? I'm good So the first question I wanted to ask you. What is the origin of the trash pen name? Where did that come from? Sa- great question so the trash banded name came from My experience with salesforce my fulltime job. I am a salesforce consultant within the past. Two years I gone from working in sales operations the two different companies being a consultant. And I got this reputation because I'm such a Kinda go gutter and I like to deal with difficult problems of kind of dealing with the trash. So that's where it start with the trash panda case. You don't know whether trash bender is. It's a kind of a different name for a raccoon and the joke with it is in the reason why I called Mr trashes. I just like the deal with the trash deal with those problems kind of find solutions Saddam and also just make customers. Happy very interesting. I didn't know that So What kind of things you write about in your newsletter so the newsletter trash. Panda thoughts is a It's kind of a tutor from thins. It's a way for me to talk about mice. Why my story? I've gone through a lot of experiences over the past five or so years that I feel like are really relevant is especially with my journey with. Adhd was diagnosed as a kid. And recently I've been dealing with the as an adult so I talk about that element in I also talk about how I've dealt with kind of specific issues like this week talked about outsources in my life and I was talking about how mighty she makes it so I do not like focusing on certain things are getting the dodd and It was kind of like a story about like y you out there how other people in Hell. Adhd makes you like this and also some lessons that people can take in learn in Kinda implement their own light so it's Kinda to full right now okay. Cool how do you promote your newsletter? So far suray now. I've seen some success with promoting on twitter a survey own personal personal. Hashtag and I've also seen success with Lincoln. It was really surprising. I did a issue about interest specifically my interest aviation and I must see us. Some tags. Were correct but the amount of oppression and people that were outside my network that were signed up it was still like small. It was much more significant in that week than it has been before so those are the two main avenues. I do a little bit of facebook and stuff like that. But I'm kind of working on that promotion right now. I've seen a lot of success with linked in. There's a lot of talk about eighty on like thin especially how it applies to the workplace. So I usually frame. I post to be focused on. Here's my issue here's ties workplace in. I do the same thing with twitter Very cool so you twitter and facebook to promote your newsletter How what what services do use to create the newsletter like riding the newsletter. Sending out. So right now you stop stack I recommend that kind of as easy to use kind of like easy tool you can use and I say that because if you look at the landscape of email newsletters you can use like male champ. Use a lot of tools out there but sub stacked kind of stuck with me because it was very easy to sign up get in there created the newsletter in the blasted out eventually moved to another platform but it works great right now Very cool how would you say that a newsletter has helped you so far like have you grown your network or any other things so the newsletter is not the really the only thing I'm working on I'm working on my own podcasts. To kind of platform for people to talk about their during. Adhd kind of lessons behind that in there tied together but it's also spearheaded a business. It's not even related So it's helped me grow kind of a way of creating content savelli bowl and also tying it into other products. I'm working on right now okay. Cool what advice. Would you give someone who asks you how to start a newsletter? Or what should they do to start a newsletter? I think the biggest thing I've seen is that I've doubted what I'm writing about and I would say if you have a topic that comes to your head like whether it's just at a random moment or something like that right down save it for later you know make some detailed notes about a kind of flush it out. See where you go with it. I've found that a lot of those topics that I write down and Kinda document. I don't doubt and it comes from my heart and my experiences so for me. I think everybody has a story. Could talk about and I think once you find where the kind of niches in what you can like you know providing value. I think that's the biggest thing that I can get in terms of ice very cool. So you mentioned podcast earlier What would your podcast look like? Would you be doing interviews? Would it be Solo? Would it be a roundtable? So it'd be interviews. I think I kind of like this is a sound weird but I like oh I like Joe Rogan's kind of approach where it's very casual laid back and more like a conversation and I would take that approach with area and people that are eighty she. I want to learn about them however about what? They've struggled with what they're working on. What kind of ticket in the rain? And there's really not anything like that out there There's a couple of podcasts on. Adhd but they're kind of more for relies. I'm very relaxed. Informal person so I kind of want to take that approach or the people where it's laid back to lose It's you know honest also

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California launches investigation into public safety power shutoffs by PG&E, other utilities

Ray Appleton

01:23 min | 2 years ago

California launches investigation into public safety power shutoffs by PG&E, other utilities

"An investigation just opened in the the controversy power safety shot off the latest from game jays earn obey tia California regulators unanimously ordering an investigation into it doesn't deliberate power outages that plunged millions of people into the dark last month the public utilities commission voting at a short meeting in San Francisco after testimony from customers pleading for regulation planning in leadership the server gas electric's multiple rounds of outages were meant to prevent its equipment from igniting while bars and windy weather affected nearly two and a half million people in the alley Jody insisted on the shut off for public safety but a parade of officials complained that the company botched its communications southern California Edison San Diego gas electric also shut off power but far fewer people everybody DO K. M. J. news the power shut downs affecting the state's agriculture with details here's came Jay's round we Kerry the power shut off which was designed to help stave off a wildfire meant that of inter county avocado and searches farmer could not irrigators cross for nearly two days and when the Maria fire burned its way into his groves he could not help firefighters battled the blaze that scenario is frustrating a lot of growers dealing with power shut offs and the threat of fire in cinema county losses from the Kincaid fire are still being tallied but one agricultural commissioner thanks vine damage may be worse than it was in twenty seventeen run the Kerry camp

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California firefighters race to contain fires as winds pick up

All Things Considered

03:27 min | 3 years ago

California firefighters race to contain fires as winds pick up

"As others fleet wild fires a team in California races towards them Matt brewer is part of that team it's called the fire weather research lab at San Jose State University he's a firefighter and a scientist impact his team has the only whether researchers in the U. S. certified as firefighters welcome thanks for having me on I understand you have been right next to some of the biggest fires in northern California can you just describe for me what you've seen I've seen some really intense stuff I've seen the flames reaching the tallest trees is seen probably flame links of over a hundred feet easily I have seen fired jump more than a call on the ahead of the fire front and just start new fires and continued on down the slope to spend a lot of wild stuff and my two years here as soon as a state explain how studying the weather helps prepare people for future fires one thing in particular we're looking for is to see burning embers of fire within the smoke plume and seeing how far and how fast they travel as well as collecting samples of them on the ground to get a general size and shape of them and by tracking how far how fast these embers are traveling how does that help inform how future fires will move we can use some of this data to advance current models of fire progression because these embers are very important for predicting the progression of the fire on wind driven fire is especially because these numbers can start spot fires down range of the burning fire front and even start houses on players if they land gutters on roofs Exeter so the more accurately you update these models based on say like the movement of embers in previous fires the more people can prepare in what ways having these updated models and having better prediction of the fire will help managers better coordinate evacuations not having people evacuate they don't need to and beyond to have people evacuate even when the fires couple miles my house well you know we keep hearing that these wildfires they're getting bigger and bigger more frequent that this is just the new normal is that true I mean what do we need to do to turn the corner on this the problem is the issue becomes fire is a natural thing that should occur especially California on a regular basis but as humans start to push into the wildland urban interface you get problems of people not wanting to prescribe burns and you get over growth of vegetation and that is also exacerbated by climate change you get extra drying rains come later in the year so the fuel straight out more we'll have to see in the future climate how weather so it's up to get these wind events like we've been having the last couple weeks I mean obviously this is really dangerous work white keeps pulling you back straight into these crises I mean it's for research but this is really dangerous research it's really exhilarating to be there like when we first went to the Kincaid fire on the first night of ignition being on the ground watching the fire collecting brand new data with our new radar it's just a really exhilarating feeling also the fact that I hope to one day use this data to improve current models and help have a better understanding of fires and fire protection and things along those lines Matt brewer is a member of the fire weather research lab at San Jose State

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Evacuation in place as Southern California blaze continues to burn

Ask Me Another

00:51 sec | 3 years ago

Evacuation in place as Southern California blaze continues to burn

"In southern California crews are battling the Maria fire northwest of Los Angeles which has burned roughly ninety four hundred acres of grass and prompted evacuation orders for almost eleven thousand people since erupted two nights ago cal fire spokesman Scott McClain says that blazes at least twenty percent contained he says in general the state of California is naturally prone to fires and that's likely never going to change California actually will burn I mean there's always going to be a far California on a weekly average we respond to a hundred seventy two two hundred wildfires a week the people don't really realize what we do we keep them to about ninety five percent of those to ten acres or less the client says the Kincaid fire north of San Francisco is at least seventy two percent

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Maria Fire erupts in Southern California

Morning Edition

00:21 sec | 3 years ago

Maria Fire erupts in Southern California

"The National Weather Service says there's a risk of persistent powerful winds and parts of southern California today these vanden a wildfire in Ventura county but the winds seem to be easing the Maria fire erupted last evening it has already burned about thirteen square miles north of San Francisco the huge Kincaid fire has been sixty five percent

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The Future Of PG&E

Here & Now

05:34 min | 3 years ago

The Future Of PG&E

"A new wildfire has broken out in southern California in San Bernadino where officials ordered evacuations in the middle of the night as that brush fire quickly grew to a Gulf hundreds of acres the massive king K. fire in northern California is up to sixty percent contained but that first been burning for more than a week and has damaged or destroyed more than three hundred structures as we continue to follow these wildfires were taken to ask about the future of the company it could be on the hook for the Kincaid fire California's biggest utility Pacific gas and electric or P. Jeannie California governor Gavin Newsom once Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway to make a bid for the company which filed for bankruptcy earlier this year and the city of San Jose is proposed a public takeover of its lower local power system from P. Jeannie but would that look like and what it bring relief to Californians anxious about a future where wildfires are predicted to get even more severe seven born stain is professor at the Haas school of business at the university of California Berkeley director of the energy institute at Haas professor welcome thank you so let's start with San Jose the mayor there wants to make PGA any a nonprofit customer owned utility this model is out there you know publicly owned utilities as well as co ops but P. Jeannie would be the country's largest customer owned utility if this happens would you think this will work and how would it work well I think the first thing we have to recognize is that this isn't going to change anything over the next year or two California is facing severe wildfire risk and we have system that is not been maintained well enough so when these heavy winds command they're starting fires and none of that is addressed by the potential sale of P. Jeannie or reforming and into any other type of utility well in you mention these big wins a lot of these big winds blow branches on two wires P. Jeannie utility wires that are above ground and they spark fires in that way and there's some anger we understand because you know utilities in California until for years but those wires underground so when you say it's not going to be changed immediately well you know unless all the wires go underground or or these areas are better maintain you know the freshest cut back in the trees trimmed by the utility companies things are going to be pretty much the same is that what you're saying well utilities there has been some discussion of underground in but it would be massively expensive way but there are many other things they could do to reduce the risk of wildfire better vegetation management around the line so there fewer trees that can blow in the lines hardening degree at one of the major fire started when a tower just collapsed in the wind and better monitoring so that there are technologies that as soon as the line breaks and the powers no no longer flowing it automatically shuts the power off even before the line hits the ground so all of those can be used as well as just better visual monitoring for wildfires to reduce the risk of the sort of wildfires and particularly to reduce their growing into massive destructive wild so back to these plans and the mayor of San Jose wanting to make it a non profit customer owned company you know will that change any of these major problems you've described I don't think it will necessarily chain we do have a problem at P. Jeannie and we need better management that's more focused on safety that may come to a for profit and make them through a non profit neither is a magic bullet it's easy to come up with examples of utilities that are non profits and have done a very bad job for instance rape the Puerto Rican utility that really was a disaster after the hurricane is a publicly owned utility and they're also some pretty good investor owned utilities so I don't think either is an ideal model it's a question of who the management is and what the culture of the company is one of the issues that's come up is originally San Francisco and San Jose both proposed cutting off they are part of the system and just making that into a public utility and the problem with that is there are large parts of P. Jeannie territory like paradise that burned that are being subsidized by the more urban areas and nobody's going to want to be the public utility or the investor owned utility for those rural areas if their stand alone well that raises other questions people who want a public takeover point out that as a non profit P. Jeannie wouldn't have to pay federal taxes or the shareholder dividends and that would mean it it would devote more money to these infrastructure upgrades do you think that's a possibility well it's a possibility but there are lots of for profit companies that do in this business who do have a good safety culture so I don't think it necessarily follows and even a nonprofit company has a cost of raising capital they still have to pay interest on the bonds there are some tax advantages to being non profit but most of our economy is made up of for profit companies because we think that actually helps the incentives for reducing costs and maintaining reliability so I don't think it's necessarily going to solve the problem the real shin is can a government agency essentially that was running the grid do a better job than having a private company do

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Firefighters gain ground in Northern California as winds subside

Joel Riley

00:32 sec | 3 years ago

Firefighters gain ground in Northern California as winds subside

"On firefighters gained some ground I guess that massive Kincaid fire in northern California yesterday heavy winds that fanned the flames for days actually died down and they have no strong winds forecast for the next five or six days so that should help but about thirty percent contained as of yesterday after scorching more than seventy five thousand acres in cinema county southern California three separate fast moving brush fires were being fought in and around Los Angeles the easy fire you got close enough to the Ronald Reagan Reagan presidential library in seems seamy valley to force its

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Firefighters make big progress on Kincade Fire

Morning Edition

01:31 min | 3 years ago

Firefighters make big progress on Kincade Fire

"There is progress to report in cinema county where officials say the Kincaid fire has now burned seventy five thousand acres KQED is Michelle Wiley is there for us good morning good morning when we begin with where this fire stands right now it sounds like firefighters gain some ground so there were some concerns last night that due to the windows and another when the bank that the fire was going to spread as we've seen in the last several days but he didn't gain much from last night just as you know a few hundred acres and firefighters were able to up their containment fifteen percent thirty and big gains today and are they pretty optimistic about the outlook going forward you know it's it's soon so they said that the day you know is this another big trucks there the red flag warning in effect bill four PM and they do expect more when you know they're not out of the woods yet but they are feeling good about the progress that they made last night and they like you are going so we try to keep containment mind stable trying to keep the fire away from populated areas and trying to anticipate you know what the wind is going to do today is expected to blow towards banner ads that are part of the day and then shift and blow towards Lake County so they're trying to be nimble and be able to compare Michelle Wiley thank you so much thank you the Kincaid fire has burned more than two hundred structures officials say ninety thousand are still under threat to hundreds of thousands of people have also been forced to evacuate due to

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Winds reach 55 mph on Getty fire

America in the Morning

00:25 sec | 3 years ago

Winds reach 55 mph on Getty fire

"In southern California getting stronger some clocked at fifty five miles an hour as firefighters in Los Angeles try to contain the Getty fire James Lima lives in Saugus says he's ready to evacuate every two prepared and that especially during this time of the year here you got to be very careful in my you know if you can take fire lightly because they move fast and it's got to be grateful for everything you have northern California the Kincaid fires grown to over seventy six thousand

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Raging wildfires get dangerously close to California wineries

Ben Shapiro

00:27 sec | 3 years ago

Raging wildfires get dangerously close to California wineries

"Well the Kincaid in northern California and the Getty fire in southern California are well less than twenty percent contained and while the Getty fire is just under seven hundred acres they can K. fire has grown to more than seventy five thousand dozens of homes have been destroyed as well as several businesses including historic wineries in the Alexander valley strong winds are returning to both ends of the state which will make the fight more difficult in the fires could possibly explode pushed by these high winds there's

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California declares state of emergency over wildfires

America in the Morning

01:48 min | 3 years ago

California declares state of emergency over wildfires

"State wide state of emergency now in California Jim reports several major wildfires continue continue blackening blackening blackening the the the Golden Golden Golden State State State governor governor governor Gavin Gavin Gavin Newsom Newsom Newsom says says says as as as far far far as as as the the the fire fire fire season season season goes goes goes so so so far far far we've we've we've actually actually actually had had had a a a below below below average average average fire fire fire season to date but recent high wind events the Diablo wins in northern California helping to push the so called Kincaid fire at the Santa Ana winds in southern California fanning that ticked fire in the newest big blaze the Getty five we're experiencing at the moment is slightly above average high end of average for this time of year here's what might be interesting if not incredible to think about in California during three days between October eighth and the twelfth says Tom Porter he's the chief of the California department of forestry and fire protection honest cal fire there were over thirteen hundred fires that we responded to them between October twenty first and twenty third there were more than six hundred fire starts governor new so we have put down over three hundred and thirty fires just in the last twenty hours most of these fires are stamped out before they get to are much more than a hundred acres so we don't hear about is no question that we're seeing this a year after year that this is the the new normal you know extreme weather there Eric Garcetti talking about the extremely dry conditions the high temperatures and even the rains we had last January were extreme that rain is what created the fuel beds at the low humidity and high winds of dried out making much of California at tinder box it's a dangerous season right now the Santa Ana winds pick up historically in September last report they are often on during those seven months late tonight or Wednesday they are expected to pick up again making everyone in the path of the current fires and even where there are no fires right now very

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California Fires Are Getting Worse. What's Going On?

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:37 min | 3 years ago

California Fires Are Getting Worse. What's Going On?

"While in the north tonight in Sonoma's county that Kincaid Fire they're calling it doubling in size over the past forty eight hours sixty six thousand acres charred already and containment falling just about five percent as we come on the air this Monday night our teams on the fire lines and ABC's chief national correspondent Matt Upman leading us off from Los Angeles the that brushfire ripping through West Los Angeles overnight turbocharged by the seasonal Santa Anna winds gusting above sixty five miles was per hour it's being called getty fire because in those early morning hours it threatened the Getty Center in Brentwood I'm just beneath Lia Getty Center one of the most famous museums in the world darrelle talkers in the air fire crews pretty much everywhere burning some of the most expensive real estate in the country Kissy this fire behind me is completely consuming this home in fact as all street is on fire can hear that crackling behind me it is very intense here the fire raced through the canyons here filled with dry brush you just said earlier that this is your worst we're coming through no question in seeing this every single year the fires that bigger up to twenty five thousand people or to evacuate in the middle of the night including select ladies like Arnold Schwarzenegger and the Bron James and his family today tweeting his best wishes to the first responders students from nearby Mount Saint Mary's University reaching out to to close to our school to have several hundred teenage kids that are have no way of getting out Phiri to safety in ambulances uniting with their parents while it was pretty scary to thirty in the morning you don't expect a phone call from your daughter at school by break squadrons of firefighting aircraft out in full force part of interstate four zero five shutdown there is nobody traveling south this is one of the most traveled areas in our area in the country and to see nobody on this roadway is almost a shocking sight it northern California that kincaid fire now more than sixty five thousand acres the fire destroying nearly one hundred structures into let's get to makeup and reporting in from outside Los Angeles and mad you and I both covered those wildfires in Califor- cornea this unfortunately is the time of year both in the north and in the south but I can't remember there in the Los Angeles area these fires hitting this particular neighborhood in quite some time oh it's been decades David and that's one of the reasons this burns so hot cooking this house right down to the foundations and take a look at that hill over there is that rush had also burned in decades and that created this super-charged fire like gasoline combined

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Getty fire in Los Angeles burns hundreds of acres

Mandy Connell

00:26 sec | 3 years ago

Getty fire in Los Angeles burns hundreds of acres

"News the mayor of Los Angeles as the Getty fires already claimed home life personally saw five homes that are on tiger tail that have been lost Garcetti says the Getty fire still growing in northern California the Kincaid fire burning in cinema county grew my by more than twelve thousand acres overnight now burned more than sixty six thousand acres Colorado fire agency or agencies are sending cruise and other resources to

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Thousands ordered to flee fast-moving Los Angeles wildfire

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:29 sec | 3 years ago

Thousands ordered to flee fast-moving Los Angeles wildfire

"Brush fires in Los Angeles to the Getty museum along interstate four oh five adult near hundreds of multi million dollar homes firefighters have not given an official acreage estimate yet but several reports put the size of the wildfire initially at more than four hundred acres and growing quickly mandatory evacuation orders are in effect for thousands of people in California in northern California for example the Kincaid fire is still raging after scorching more than fifty four thousand

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"kincaid" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"kincaid" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Day where the home of the John Kincaid show appreciate that and I was trying to draw a parallel to him and I said you know what in nineteen eighty and I remember nineteen eighty nobody cared what your opinion was nobody cared you had a different opinion on than me on politics on music or otherwise we may debated we may argue but nobody cared nobody cared it didn't affect your friendships it didn't affect who young out with if somebody like Carter and somebody like Reagan sick okay you like Carter I like Reagan that's fine never affected anything then in two thousand right around two thousand your opinion became I don't like your opinion I don't like your opinion don't like it at all now twenty nineteen we're getting to the next level of it now it's the thought police you can't have your opinion used to be I don't care what your opinion is you have your opinion all of mine then it became I don't like your opinion call people out about I don't like your opinion now it's you can have that opinion Stephen a Smith SNL asinine because he dares to have a different opinion than Eric Reid Eric you're taking the NFL's cash you know what's asinine you calling out another man for taking the NFL's cash JZ bread if you take the NFL's cash me good if I take the NFL's cash I mean creed it's it's it's if you took a stance and you took a stance for some you put that you that you care about I admire that greatly I really do I don't agree with you on the way you went about but I fully support you and I respect you for doing it I respect anybody who stands up for what they believe in and isn't afraid to take the bullets that come with it but when you start then being like all women JZ is wrong but I'm right I'm okay I'm allowed to take care of those money but JZ can't when you're talking about seriously do when you're talking about you gotta get your woke status straight if you're gonna be woke wait god if you woke you are awake hello you're taking the NFL's money so in other words your doing what's best for you yes but somebody else isn't allowed to do what's best for them you're adding your mind read your this is one of those bad think about it think about your logic as you stand there and critique another man for doing business with the NFL well you do business with go back to square one yeah might be a good place for you to start might be a good place for you to start all right last week we I got it down to my twelve playoff teams and it's not a look it's not easy when you're in the midst of trying to you know come up with the worst teams there for which is what we do first but I put it I put it out this way this way the in the NFC these are the.

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"kincaid" Discussed on The Big Podcast With Shaq

The Big Podcast With Shaq

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"kincaid" Discussed on The Big Podcast With Shaq

"Go. Go. You're an easy. One of my favorite segments. You idiot eating. It's hired by John Kincaid you, so we all bring a story to the table that we, we think represents a true definition of the word idiot. Do you wanna go shock? Or you won't want us to go. All right. Go ahead. She killed him. Hey, Michael coamo, you idiot. Michael is easy on the Catholic school principal, not a teacher or an aid a damn principal. And idiot was on a school trip with students from holy Catholic family school. And this guy was arrested on that field trip after visiting a strip club. What? According to an arrest report officers were dispatched to alter balls. Chilomoni. Archambault and can't gentleman colo- arts, your intoxicated, pays bills guy. If you're going to look at some Bubis father, make sure he's not a father. Oh, no. He's the principal also easy attic Catholics, he's father. Let's say he has kids, so he's a father. That's what I'm in. Oh my gosh. That's a great story. That is crazy. Great story. All right. King K. Why don't you do yours? I get into mind all our however. Not going to look at boob as he has no just hard up base last us hard up. Well, he will use no pun. All right. Well mine goes out to thirty four year old Matthew Brown from right here in Atlanta. Congratulations urinate. Because Matthew lives in northern Michigan and decided at one thirty in the morning, he's going to rob a WalMart drag a bunch of electronics out to his car and drive off. But I guess he didn't grab enough because about twenty minutes later like comes back, and he robs the WalMart. Again, gets more electron IX whole nother shot the drag out to his cart while of robbing the Moammar twice isn't enough to get you caught coming back. Third time usually does it he comes he comes back a third time. Twenty minutes after that the other ones and gets gets finally gets an apt with three HDTV's up to sixty five inches a drone cell phone, a computer building kit, a flashlight a schwinn bicycle HP pavilion desktop computer, PS four and. A Western Digital Archer is win. Bicycle? Thanks. Ride home on the bike hole on swin bicycle, yes. Why Why? got? You're bringing a shoo-in schwinn bicycle comes into play. We'll play a white crime or black crime later in the show here today. But yeah, that was that guy's an ask three.

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