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No. 1 Georgia overcomes slow start, routs Georgia Tech 37-14
"Number one Georgia got two touchdown passes from stetson Bennett and finished undefeated for the second consecutive regular season with a 37 14 decision over rival Georgia Tech, head coach Kirby smart. Great regular season for this group. They've done everything that we've asked them to do. And they only get bigger from here. Georgia Tech went up 7 nothing and kept it close ten 7 and a half. The second half was a different story, as Georgia rolled up 27 straight points to subdue the jackets. Kenny mcintosh and Kendall Milton rush were touchdowns as the bulldogs tuned up for next week's SEC championship game. I'm Jim Hart
Aaron Rodgers throws 3 INTs, lets Lions beat Packers 15-9
"The packers dropped their 5th straight game falling to the Lions 15 to 9 Aaron Rodgers through three interceptions for the 5th time in his career two of them on the lion's end zone and one inside their 5 yard line as his packers fall to three and 6 on the season This is a lot of life lessons for sure this year But luckily it's not over there's still a lot of games left We'll be counted out Probably by many And we'll see how we respond Lion's rookie safety Kirby Joseph had two interceptions while rookie defensive end 8 and Hutchinson grabbed the third to help Detroit snap a 5 game skid and improved to two and 6 Denny cop Detroit
"kirby" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Do you. You know, look inside the stadium that is quiet now, but it won't be this time tomorrow. We'll be in the second half between Tennessee and Georgia, Kirby smart, joining us here. And so thank you very much for coming. Coach Kirby started, I want to talk about the game, but I also would be remiss if we didn't talk about Ben still, which seeing some of those pictures of you two that were replayed so often, can you describe his impact in an importance? Yeah, I don't know that I can put them into words. He meant so much to this city, this town, the state, what a great man, what a class man and he affected so many lives, seeing all those players that played for him and all the men he impacted. It makes you realize why you do what you do in visiting with Barbara yesterday meant a lot to me. She was very emotional and their family, but he lived the right way. He did. And it seems like right now we had president moorhead here about an hour ago, a lot of folks in this town are living the right way. You've been asked about the national championship, but it's such an amazing run here. That everyone is experiencing. Yeah, it's a tremendous run. It hasn't come without a lot of hard work and effort and some good football players and some buy in. We practice really hard in physical here, get after it, and our guys buy into it, and I've enjoyed it. And we're going to continue to keep getting better. And this team hadn't played his best game yet, but we need to tomorrow. And I'd like to talk about that because if you're not doing what you do, which is running the team, you look at the beginning of the season and then you go what happened and a lot of factors are involved, but how would you describe the path of this season that started off with such explosiveness and then cooled off a little bit? Yeah, I thought we started in a really fast on offense. We got some brakes defensively in that game. We didn't play great. We were young. We had some nerves. Got lucky a few times, but offense. So we did play well throughout the year. We continue to get better. I think we've gotten better defensively throughout the year and the ultimate challenge will come tomorrow, very different kind of offense to play against, but it's complimentary football. When we've had to go out and play well on defense, maybe we were struggling offensively. We've done it and then vice versa. The offense has picked us up and even special teams. So you need some of that to have a good year. You've had so many big games and the Notre-Dame game was emotional for so many different people. But this game just feels, I don't know how to describe it other than it feels epic going in that that doesn't mean it will be coming out, but how is this week gone? I know it's cliche, but you got the pulse of the team. You're the head coach. Yeah, I think our guys have really been locked in and focused. I think they got the Tennessee got our team's attention last year. It was extremely physical. We understood the pace of the game. And we were a different defense, but man, the game was exciting, playing up there. And a lot of respect for their defensive staff and the guys there. The most underrated part of Tennessee is probably their defense because they play really, really hard, and they play really aggressive. And a lot of respect for how they get after things and how they do things. You've changed things here fairly dramatically from an offensive standpoint. You've talked about that. I think one time we saw you a couple of months ago and it's pretty obvious. But as a wizard or the defensive side of the ball, when you get ready for Josh hippos team, I'm curious how you I know your eyes are open. What is it like? It's different. You have coverage rules. We talk about each week, and there's a lot of overlap. There's no overlap when you play Tennessee. You know, it's very different. The pace forces you to make decisions quickly. You can't rule your kids up too much because things change. They're really good. The vertical passing game. Their explosive and people don't give them enough credit for running the ball. Their backs run really hard and they're really physical. They do a great job of staying balanced. I know that there's a method to the madness of defensive schemes, but how much different does what they do, especially with the collaboration that hinden hooker is having with his receivers put on the accelerate the pressure on the defensive side. Well, it's the link to time he has, you know? I mean, it's always hard to cover good receivers one on one. I mean, there's nobody in the guy's NFL trying to do that. It's the amount of time he has because they wear you down with the number of snaps you take. Your pass rush is affected by that. You don't get as much pass rush and therefore they have more time to hold the ball. And if you do cover them, you got to go back here that can take off and run. So it's the ultimate true weapon. He can run or pass. He can run quarterback draws. They do a tremendous job keeping him as a weapon. Talking to coach Kirby smart here the night before the game and I've seen you here so often you've seen my words that come the whole world's talking about this game, but what's it like at this point, we're 21 hours away from kick-off, are there still a lot of things that are running through your head in relation to the game, do you feel like most of that has been put to bed? No, most of it. I mean, the decisions are made. The decisions that we make them long before the game, our guys have had a great run through walked through today and I felt really good about that. We try to really challenge them mentally and get some confidence going so they can go out and play their best game. At the end of the day, we got to go out and play our best football game. They got to go play their best football game. And guess what? These fans get to enjoy it. It's going to be a great atmosphere. And that's a little these are the games that legends are made. These are games that you get an opportunity to make plays and do something special and having you here in town makes it even that much more fun. Thank you. But I wanted to ask you about that, because there are so many, every show that matters is here, some that aren't here. You have to balance your time. And I've told you this before and so we're so appreciative because you are gracious when you can easily be too busy. How do you manage that part of it, because there's always a recruit. There's always a family. There's always somebody to talk to. Well, you compartment a lot. You try to have a focus, have a plan. I understand that the time I have to have to plan for the game, we just finished something. The players are showering up. I'm going to meet them over there for a meal and I stick to my routine and my plan and I think that's important for our staff. We've got coaches that go out and watch their sons play high school football tonight. I think that's really important to try to be as normal as possible and this is a game.
"kirby" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"And we say hello to you on a beautiful afternoon in Athens. Megan maroney, of course, did the song Tennessee orange. Oh. I can't believe you don't know that. Well, you know, I just like when you schedule your guess, so you try to throw in a few people that, you know, hey, this is what we would do. And then you throw in some that are for you. Specifically, Tennessee orange. That's all for you. Here's the catch. She went to UGA and now the song's about meeting some boy in east Tennessee and now she's wearing Tennessee orange. I like that you said wearing. Yeah. Not wearing. You are a C man. I can go east and see if I have to. You know what? Welcome back to the states. Oh, it's great to be back. I missed you guys last week. You know what? It's funny. Somebody tweeted me and was like, oh, you know, you're abandoning the SEC. And it's like, you know, excuse me, sir. It's not really how it works. I'm told to go on these assignments. I'm very thankful for them, but my heart and soul is here with you, Paul. And I miss being with you. It wasn't quite the same in Jacksonville. I haven't done this. I was. By the way, I read one of the I heard you and you had an audience with Prince Charles while you were over there. Oh, yeah. That was just easy. It was everywhere. Yeah. He's my guy. Correction. King Charles. Oh, yeah. Well, right. Actually, it was kind of interesting, you know, before the game in London, the Broncos Jaguars game, they sang the national anthem for America. And then they sang God save the king, but rest in peace. It's no longer the queen. So everything's about everything's about the king. Father was born in London. Wow. You know. I want you. You do have a very international vibe about you. It's the air. But you put off. Couldn't you guys see Paul with an English accent? Should you try one out? No. Oh, okay. Got it. Cool. Sounds good. Big game here. Yeah. It's a river. What are you going to ask Kirby smart? I see his handlers, so he's like, whenever I get kicked off the set early, it's because Kirby got here, which is great. Yeah, you don't know. With Kirby smart, you've interviewed him a million times. You just want to keep him happy. You do. And it's funny because I was talking about this today with somebody else. I think people think that Kirby tries to be like Nick Saban. And he doesn't, like, Kirby smart is Kirby smart, and he is who he is in his own right, you know? He's not trying to be Nick Saban by any stretch of the match. I think he's a little bit more intense sometimes even than Saban is, which is a good thing for Georgia fans. I was very early on. He probably wore thin of the saving questions. And I know. It's annoying. I dare you to ask. No, you don't bring it up again. Well, why would you? Like, the guy won his own national championship. He could win another this year, you know? What do you have to say? Hey, where'd you get saving for his birthday the other night? Okay, but isn't it funny when this is partially on him, but lane kiffin keeps the connection with Sabin going. Yeah. He wants that to be a thing. And he has fun with it. You know, which will be interesting next time. I want to ask you about Kevin. You're a kiffin ologist. Well, you are my tutor there. So I learned from you. I'm just the people. Everybody tries to read, he tweets out about other jobs that he's been linked to. I just think, I don't know, I don't know where the comedy stops and the real world begins. It's hard to decipher. I think he has fun with that, you know? I mean, here's what it is. I think the success that he's had as a coach at old miss and the success this team's having this year allows him to do some of that. You know, there was a time where it wouldn't have been taken very seriously. And when he wasn't at a powerhouse SEC program, but what he's done there, and it makes him really interesting to people and he's fun to figure out, although I will say this, he's gotten quite serious in some of his interviews. I don't like seriously. No, I'm like, come on, man. This isn't you. You're not talking to him a couple weeks ago in Oxford. Oh, yeah. He was all tight. No, I don't want to see pre game lanes. Pre game lane is no fun, I know. We'll have to tell him that. We'll give him that feedback. I'm sure he would love to hear that from us. But it's fascinating. You do such a good job of this, Paul, just speaking about the personalities of the coaches that we have in this league and I do think that amongst the big time programs and you put Tennessee right in that category now, but these programs that have become synonymous with the top of college football, we have so many great characters in this league. I'm sure somebody will write a book about this era in the SEC at some point. I know you get other books to write, but down the road to get to that one. And I think it's fascinating. I do want to announce that my latest book project and what is the deal today. It's the tell all on Laura Rutledge. Okay, but here's what's funny. Do you guys want to know? I didn't sign this deal. No. There's nothing to tell. I have no I have gone back to your childhood. When I was Laura mckeeman. Yeah, when you were whatever your last name is. I have gone to the university of Florida. All the broken hearts. I had one I had one boyfriend really the whole time in college. So I didn't break any hearts. So who was he? His name's Chris. Chris. Yeah. Chris Fowler is up here next. It's not him. I think he's, you know, I mean, there's a little bit of an age just grabbing something. Which I don't judge that in people do what you want, but yeah, I mean, here's what you'd find Paul if you did a tell all on me is you would just find that I have always been a huge dweeb. Like I'm just still at dweeb, but I really was then Laura, I don't know if my source is accurate, but that's not what he told me. All right, you know what? I'm denouncing this book publicly because this is obviously we get inaccurate sources here, which is unusual for you. Usually you have resources. It's a tell all and I've learned about the book business salacious cells. Libel and slander right here. So I don't care if I don't care if it's accurate or not, but I've got several guys who have told me unbelievable stories. You should interview some ladies instead. Well, that's for the, that's for the book law. Which I'm saving that for when I go on the view. Oh no. Listen. If everybody you'll do anything, you know, to just I will. Or don't you, young ladies. Young ladies who all want to be like you and you do not. Yeah, I can tell you that. No, no, I'm very fortunate. I'm very thankful. You know, I will say this. If there are a lot of bodies that she's run over to get to the top. It's so cold. In fact, I think I've been run over. A couple of times. We can not talk about that. I know.
"kirby" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Nothing about a number being in front of it. It would be a big game regardless because both teams are in the east. I'm looking forward to the opportunity. Look inside Sanford stadium, quiet now, but not much longer as the weekend has arrived and so has the biggest game of the year. In college football, two number one teams on the field tomorrow, one from the AP, the other from the sea. If P and we have a long way to go here before we say goodnight, Kirby smart joining us about 45 minutes also Laura will be here. Chris Fowler down in Baton Rouge and Megan maroney, the recording artist we talked to about a month ago who Georgia girl went to school here and wrote a song about wearing Tennessee orange. This ought to be interesting to see how she works her way or sings her way through that conversation. Let's get to the phones for the first time. I think today. And I talked to Billy, who was up in Philadelphia. Hey, Billy. Thank you. Can you hear me, Paul? Yes, I can, Billy. Thank you. Well, I wanted to know that Philadelphia is starting to feel the SEC experience. Yeah, we do have a lot going on. And it's amazing the effect that it has. I mean, people are becoming friends with people that they weren't friends with. Families have been reunited. Everybody's enthusiastic. It is not usually that way. But it reminds me very much of what happens in the SEC when these states compete in one school beach than other, et cetera, et cetera. It's a very healthy and helpful experience. Well, Billy, for all the critics of sports and there are many and with justification last night when you had Houston and Philly playing in football and the baseball, it does bring it home and I'm really glad to hear that because I've always been close to that city through relatives and nearly almost going to work there once. So I appreciate the call very, very much. Let's continue this some other time. I look forward to chatting again. Thanks so much, Billy. Harold is up next in Alabama. Hello, Harold. How are you doing, Paul? Harold, how are you? Fine. I was wondering, is that perhaps one of the greatest drawing backs in college football will be who has a good reason to be in the state of Georgia will be at the game tomorrow? You know, listen, I've seen I've seen a lot of signs with his name on it since landing here earlier today, but I don't know if he will be here, although I don't know why, if you're running for public office in the state of Georgia, why you wouldn't be here tomorrow. That's what I was thinking. Because I was wondering how often Brad and Gary CBS cameras would have the cameras on. If he was there. Yeah, it's a great question. I will check on that Harold and see if I can get you an answer because I have no earthly idea what his campaign looks like tomorrow. Hey, thanks so much for the call. Benji is up next in Detroit. Good afternoon. Benji, are you there? Hey, what's going on, man? We're doing great. Thank you. Hey, listen, man. I'm a Tennessee AE pie, fellow alumni, I believe you are. Always good to hear from you, man. Thank you, Benji. Great to have you on. Hey, listen. Made this song. If you know who the artist "Weird Al" Yankovic, he takes songs and makes his own lyrics to him, and I'd like to bring one to the tune of the devil went down to Georgia. Well, give it a shot. All right, let's get my music queued up here. All right.
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"AP sports I'm Bruce Morton The World Series stands at one one after the Astros defeated the Phillies 5 to two Houston jumped on loser Zach Wheeler for three first inning runs more than enough for from Vera Valdez who went a strong 6 and one third innings to get the victory As far as stroh's manager dusty baker says from valdes it's just more of the same This guy has been as consistent as any picture that I've ever had throughout the course of the year and he just continued to do the same thing during the playoffs Game three is Monday in Philadelphia College football second ranked Ohio State came on strong down the stretch to thump number 13 Penn State 44 31 The Lions went up in the fourth quarter 21 16 but buckeyes defensive end JT to imola said that's when OSU went to work We never broke you know we always stay strong We always we always just love the challenge you know And you know after they scored there was no break We were just telling each other like hey it's stuff we gotta fix Top ranks Georgia led from start to finish topping Florida 42 to 20 in the third quarter the Gators tried to come back from a 28 to three halftime deficit but UGA coach Kirby smart said his guys were equal to the task The time there where we lost momentum and that's happened to us more this year than it did last year And we bounced back So I was really proud of the players AP top ten upset victims were number 9 Oklahoma state which was squished 48 nothing by 22nd ranked Kansas state and number ten wake forest which lost at Louisville 48 21 Top ten winners were Tennessee Michigan TCU Oregon and USC Pro basketball the bucks improved to 5 and by outlasting Atlanta one 23 one 15 and Sacramento won for the first time in 5 tries this season by defeating Miami one 19 one 13 Hockey in a battle of two teams off to hot starts the hurricanes went overtime to defeat the flyers four three Bruce Morton AP sports
No. 1 Georgia pulls away late, wins 'Cocktail Party' 42-20
"Number one Georgia blitz Florida with a 21 nothing start then countered 17 straightforward a second half points on the way to a 42 20 triumph Head coach Kirby smart was relieved afterward The time there where we lost momentum and that's happened to us more this year than it did last year And we bounced back So I was really proud of the players George led 28 three at halftime but Florida closed to 28 20 fueled by a long drive to start the second half and two Georgia turnovers Georgia responded to a two straight touchdown drives to close out the Gators I'm Jim Hart
Jacqui Heinrich Pins John Kirby About Energy Supplies for the Winter
"Jackie Heinrich strikes me as a terrific reporter over there at The White House And John Kirby they moved that propagandist Who defended all the moves in Afghanistan over to The White House He's a white male I believe he's a straight white male who has in many respects taken over on major issues For the current press secretary who of course is not a straight white male Nonetheless This question that she asks may sound familiar to you Since we pushed it into the national conversation about ten days ago in its very very important Maybe it was a week ago Let's see Now ten days ago cut 19 go Are we doing to increase the supply of diesel given that the energy information administration said as of October 14th the U.S. only had about a 25 day supply You have northeast and New York already rationing home heating oil what are we doing to prepare for the winter to ramp up 5 diesel I'll take the question on the diesel because I just don't have the data on that in front of me So let me take that and we'll get back to you on that And that's enough And then he rambles on about stuff to you know there's the shiny object chased that instead
US: Iranian troops in Crimea backing Russian drone strikes
"The U.S. Military says it has proof that Iranian forces are on the ground in Crimea supporting the Russian military attacks against Ukrainian targets Pentagon press secretary pat riders as they have evidence Iranian forces were involved in the drone attacks on Ukraine's power stations and other key infrastructure We continue to see Iran be complicit in terms of exporting terror Not only in the Middle East region but now also to Ukraine National Security Council spokesman John Kirby says the Russian military would need Iran's help with the drones which he says were made in Iran It follows that they would need a little training on how to pilot these things Tehran continues to deny that its forces have been in Crimea supporting Russian drone attacks to which The Pentagon responds It's obvious that they're lying Jackie Quinn Washington
American Airlines posts $483 million profit for late summer
"American Airlines third quarter report continues an upbeat theme seen from other U.S. airlines air travel is roaring back American Airlines reports they took in over $13 billion in the third quarter this year with profits of 483 million exceeding pre-pandemic earnings high fares and crowded planes made up for higher jet fuel prices and CEO Robert isom says demand for travel remains strong On Tuesday United Airlines reported 942 million in earnings crushing Wall Street expectations united CEO Scott Kirby says people who work remotely have been freed up to book more midweek travel last week Delta Air Lines posted a rosy $695 million third quarter profit with higher summer fares and a lucrative credit card business offsetting fuel prices like other airlines Delta is forecasting a busy holiday travel season I'm Jennifer King
Jason Pye Shares His Take on the Warnock-Walker Race in Georgia
"Real quickly, your take on the walker Warnock libertarian, why do you say, I mean, Warnock, I mean, there's been a lot of arguments, but he can't get over 50. Walk right and get over 50. You know, you know, you can sort of say, well, walker's had these other issues, but Warnock's had some other issues, but walker, he's also spent a $100 million using income, but any ideas? Ultimately, on that race, I think if it's a runoff, if it goes to a runoff, which I don't know where I come down on it, it will or not. But if the consensus month behind the behind the closed door consensus is beginning more and more on the Republican little walker camp and the Warnock camp, I've had some contact sort of endometriosis about they are now setting aside substantial thought to a runoff. Interesting. If it goes to a runoff, you know, I'm going to give it to walker. I think he ultimately wins. But when someone like chase Oliver, chase, and this is part of being involved in a third party and having a third party background because I was back in 2000 6, I was 2005, 2006. I was state party chairman for the Libertarian Party in Georgia. At the age of 25 years old, I don't recommend that to anyone by the way. With Chase Oliver, he says things from a perspective that I agree with. On both markets and social issues because Chase is the first gay Republican Senate nominee in Georgia history. And he brings that interesting perspective, which made scare off a lot of conservatives. And I disagree, but I respect it. But with Warnock, I think the biggest problem he's facing is. I'm a George bulldogs fan. I don't have my Georgia bulldog. I'm not in my office, so I don't have much. All my stuff. I got my Kirby smart ball there. There we go. Yeah, I'm so jealous. So with walker, I respect him and I thought he was a great running back for UGA. I mean, prior to the last national to the championship, they just won. The last championship they won before that was the year I was born.
Iranian female climber says hijab 'fell off accidentally' at competition - BBC
"An Iranian female competitive climber left South Korea early after competing at an event without a headscarf Many worries she may have been forced to leave by Iranian authorities organizers say Al nasri Khabib didn't put on a hijab during the final of the international federation of sport climbing Asia championship in Seoul where Kirby's decision not to wear the head covering came a thousands protest the death of a woman who was detained for her clothing Reports Sarah Khabib was scheduled to leave a day later but her flight apparently had been moved up unexpectedly A later Instagram post on an account attributed to rikabi said her not wearing a covering was unintentional 5 weeks in protester ongoing in a hundred cities throughout Iran representing
George Kirby, Eugenio Suarez lead Mariners past Rangers, 3-1
"George Kirby and eugenia Suarez led the Mariners to a three one win over the rangers Kirby was coming off his worst adding the season and he fell behind one zero in the first inning before shutting down Texas He allowed 5 hits over 6 innings Suarez accounted for three of Seattle's 5 hits including an RBI double in the bottom of the first Mitch hannigan followed with the sac fly later in the inning to put the ems ahead The Mariners are four and a half games ahead of Baltimore for the final AL wild card as Seattle tries to secure its first playoff birth in 21 years I'm Dave ferry
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"AP sports I'm Dave ferry and it was smooth sailing for the nation's top 5 college football teams head coach Kirby smart watched his top ranked Georgia bulldogs role to a 48 7 win over South Carolina Bulldogs QB stetson Bennett threw for two TDs and ran for another Number two Alabama had an even easier time Crushing Louisiana Monroe 63 7 the tides price young through for three touchdowns and rushed for another CJ strapped through for 5 touch dances third ranked Ohio State clobber Toledo 77 21 Blake quorum tied a school record with 5 touchdown runs his number 5 Michigan blue out Connecticut 59 zero 5th ranked Clemson toppled Louisiana tech 48 20 Baseball and the mets still lead the NL east by a game over the braves Chris Bassett tossed 6 solid in exist New York B Pittsburgh 5 to one Eduardo Escobar hit a three run Homer for the amazings Ronald Acuna junior hit a two run Homer and had four RBIs for Atlanta in a four three one over the Phillies I'm Dave ferry AP sports
Biden meets with wife of detained star Griner
"President Biden met Friday with family members of WNBA star Brittany griner and another American detained in Russia Paul Whelan I'm Ben Thomas with the latest The meetings at The White House are the first face to face encounter between the president and the relatives of griner and waylon administration officials say they're meant to underscore Biden's commitment to bringing the two home and to establish a personal connection But not an indication negotiations with Russia for their release have reached a breakthrough On that national security spokesman John Kirby We made a serious offer We want them to accept it Frankly these two individuals ought to be home anyway Period But we understand that there's probably
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"AP sports I'm Bruce Morton College football's defending champ sent a resounding message to one at all Third ranked Georgia delighted to sell out Atlanta crowd when it thumped number 11 Oregon 49 to three bulldogs coach Kirby smart said his guys delivered on a pregame promise The expectations I have is for orgasm to play at their best and our coaches to prepare at their best and I think that our guys really did that this game Stetson Bennett threw for 368 yards and accounted for three touchdowns Meanwhile in Columbus number two Ohio State prevailed over 5th rated Notre-Dame 28 ten Tom merriam has details The finding Irish led ten 7 and a half time and held that lead until the final minute of the third quarter when the buckeyes took the lead for good on a 24 year old touchdown pass to Xavier Johnson from CJ Stroud It was the second TD pass of the game thrown by the Heisman Trophy favorite Baseball some tight races in early September Dylan cease came within one out of a no hitter in pitching the White Sox past Minnesota 13 to nothing combined with the guardians lost to Seattle Cleveland still leads the twins by one game and the pale hose by two in the AL central In the east the Yankees advantage over Tampa Bay shrank to four games when the rays defeated The Bronx bombers two one Corey Kluber delivered 7 shutout innings which earned a bouquet from his skipper Kevin cash He's just had a lot of success against the Yankee lineup They know him he played there last year They know how he attacks guys but when he's executing like that it's really tough Over in the national league the mets eastern division lead on Atlanta dwindled to two games New York fell to Washington 7 to one while the braves got a 9th inning bases loaded walk to Robbie Grossman to edge Miami two to one I'm just glad I could do anything to help the team win a game and fortunately we came out on the better side of that Pro basketball the Cavaliers made a serious personnel upgrade when they dealt three players to the jazz in exchange for three time all star guard Donovan Mitchell Bruce Morton AP sports
Kirby starts with record 24 straight strikes; Nats top M's
"George Kirby's early accuracy couldn't stop the Mariners from absorbing a three one loss to the nationals Kirby became the first major league hurler to open a game with 24 consecutive strikes I wasn't scared to put it on the plate too Just strikes good things happen usually He allowed a run in 8 hits while striking out 9 over 7 innings but he left the game trailing one zero El tomorrow Vargas broke a one one tie with a two out two run Homer in the 9th off loser Paul C Walt It came in inning after rookie Julio Rodriguez belted his 20th home run I'm Dave fairy
Mariners overcome Ohtani's 4 hits, sweep Angels 11-7
"The Mariners homeward four times while completing a three game sweep of the angels 11 7 Cal Raleigh had the first multi Homer game of his career delivering a solo shot in the 5th and a two run blast in the 9th That's cool You know I never done here so it's a special I'll remember it but you know I'll move on Hey eugenia Suarez and Jesse winker each hit two run homers for Seattle George Kirby pitched 6 hit ball into the 6th inning while getting ample run support in his third consecutive victory Shohei Ohtani had four hits and four RBIs for the angels including a two run Homer and an RBI triple I'm Dave ferry
Julio Rodriguez returns to lineup, Mariners beat Rangers
"The Mariners took over the first AL wild card position with a 6 two downing of the rangers Star rookie Julio Rodriguez got two hits in his return to the Seattle lineup including a tie breaking single with the bases loaded Rodriguez missed 11 straight games with a wrist injury A eugenio Suarez added a two run double in the 9th to close the scoring George Kirby improved to four and three allowing two runs and 7 hits over 5 and two thirds Taylor Hearn took the loss The outcome puts the M's a half game ahead of the Blue Jays in the wild card race I'm Dave fairy
Detmers, Moniak, Fletcher help Angels split DH with Mariners
"The Mariners split a double header with the angels with Seattle losing 7 to one following a two one victory in game one ty France belted a two run Homer in the third inning George Kirby gave up a run in 6 hits and 6 innings evening his record at three and three Read detmers was in command during the night cap holding the M's to 6 hits while fanning 7 in 6 innings Luis Torrance homered in the 5th off detmers but David Fletcher homeward and had three RBIs to back his teammate Mickey moniak also homered for Los Angeles The Mariners continued to hold the third AL wild card birth but they are just one game ahead of the Orioles I'm Dave ferry
Pelosi Is in Taiwan Against the Administration's Wishes
"According to The Washington Post, The White House worked urgently to deescalate tensions with China as House speaker Nancy Pelosi met Wednesday with Taiwanese president Tsai ing Wen and other officials during a high profile visit to the self governing island against the administration's wishes, hoping to head off a geopolitical crisis mid threats and military maneuvers by Beijing. White House officials warned that China is preparing itself for possible aggressive actions in response to Pelosi's visit beyond this week. They reiterated forcefully that the Chinese Communist Party should not use the visit as a pretext to increase military activity in and around the Taiwan strait. But of course, that's exactly what China is going to do. White House spokesman John Kirby, who is the National Security Council, spokesperson, he said, we've seen a number of announcements from the PRC in just the last several hours that are unfortunately right in line with what we had anticipated. China has positioned itself to take further steps. We expect they will continue to react over a longer term horizon. Pelosi said quote we will not abandon our commitment to Taiwan. We are proud of our enduring friendship. So I presented below you with a medal. The order of propitious clouds with special ground cordon for her work promoting U.S. Taiwan ties. Jake Sullivan, Biden's national security adviser spoke with his Chinese counterpart to defend Pelosi's right to visit, but even so, do not think the trip was a good idea, according to The White House, Sullivan expressed concerns about Pelosi's trip to multiple administration officials and asked for suggestions on how to dissuade her from traveling to Taiwan.
"kirby" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Texas a and M people of Nick Saban. Has anything changed with Nick Saban? I don't think so, Paul, I think if you're Nick Saban fan, if you're in Alabama fan, you're not going to change because of what Jimbo Fisher said. If you weren't a fan before, this is just going to solidify your thoughts on what you felt about them before. I mean, I think that's how it is with a lot of things right now. People have their minds made up. Already, and it's not going to change anything. You know, I wrote something yesterday for the action network that basically a lot of some of the things that Jimbo said, I think people have said privately about Sabin. Nobody has said that publicly. On the flip side, you know, Jimbo said I don't lie, don't cheat. You know, a source told me take that with a grain of salt. Remember, just a couple of years ago, got a 6 month show cause for recruiting violation. Look, nobody's perfect. I think that the bottom line was, there seemed to be honor among thieves, if you will, until that point. And it was a huge moment, I think, because obviously nothing else is going on, but also because he basically made these statements about not arguably, but the greatest coach in the history caused football. And if they weren't NCAA related and certainly, you could wait till the end of time for the NCAA to look at anything. Were they personally related? I mean, I don't really know. Because there was so much in that press conference two weeks ago Thursday morning. From people I talked to, I think this is something that has been bubbling for Jimbo for quite some time. I think when lane kiffin back in February came out and said they need a luxury tax and Jimbo fired off that the clown act and all that. So that kind of that kind of poke the bear again. And then when Nick comes out and says he bought every player in his recruiting class and then I think as I called it mount Fisher erupted, he didn't burn a bridge, he napalm to bridge. And someone said, why is he said anything before that? Well, what are you going to do? Saban wins a national championship and you're going to come out and blast him. No, you don't do that. But then when Nick came out in Jimbo's mind, attacked Jimbo's credibility, attacked Texas a and M, then it was like Jimbo had all this stuff stored up, if you will. And then he just, he let.
"kirby" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"I almost asked him because I can just imagine a guy like you having to watch Kirby smart as the national champion. I just have a little bamboo sticks shell done in my fingernails and look at her. I can't stand. I can't stand a little pose. I mean, God bless you, man. Easter timing. Yeah, absolutely. But JK, now I'm not going to waste too much time on him, Paul. Because I mean, he's done with chicken butt nuggets. I mean, he's not even worth the time. I mean, he's never going to be my rap. And with Alabama, if Miami ever gets on the field with us again, we will go prison yard on them. And he called ACC networked as when are you going to talk about Miami hurricane? ACC team. And not even the best team in the ACC. Why don't I talk about him? I laugh at him. I joke about it. I mean, because that's how they are as a joke, Paul. I mean, the only thing that got Miami. I mean, I got a big shot, you know, you used to have a girlfriend down to Miami. She was pretty hot Cuban cheek. And on the day when I used to go down to Miami, you know, pretty much every week. At that time, and she got made at me over political reasons. The only date only girl I ever broke up on the political reason. But I don't have anything for Miami hurricanes. I mean, so what did they say won't just talk about them? We will. We'll talk about how they are. That much big losers they are. So JK, man my haters want to talk about Miami hurricanes. Hey, I'll be happy to abide you. Look out, you know what? Here's little team sucked out. They suck. They so good to have heaven and God forgive me. I know you got some heart bishop. But God bless the Miami hurricanes. I mean, God bless them. Lord knows they ain't got a date. I don't know what you're good at, Paul. They're Cadillac Texas a and M ain't good at no. I'm in their good at this. And did you hear about ty Simpson got an IO deal? Hadn't heard that. Makeup quarterback in Alabama. So next Ivan's coming after y'all take to say Annie and Texas LongHorn y'all get ready to kill his own money. Hey, we're making to do it because I mean, we got players at 80 things to play this year. That's already getting an aisle. And the ones that I mean, they're going pro. They're going broke. I mean, George, I have one year where we got a bunch of players going bro way to this every year. I mean, wake up through this every year. We lose players. We're talking to loses many this year, we have a year fast. They go out. What we've done last year is probably Nick Saban's best coaching job he's ever done because we did not have the best team last year. Handsome Joe, one last time before we hang up. What were you thinking about when you saw Kirby smart on your screen? Paul, I'll be honest, I was given the number one sound. And I thought about chicken crap..
"kirby" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Okay. And you know what? I made me some sun made raisins right now. You know, and just so yeah, no, it's good. They just feel raisins every day. That's what I hear. And it's good to eat. I also did a cheeseburger and a pizza every day. Now, let me ask you, Joe. We got good Friday today. Pass over. I don't know if you're having a satyr tonight or not. What about Sunday? What do you eat on Easter Sunday? I just pretty much same days every day. I mean, we used to, when I was growing up, we used to have a big, you know, thanks, I mean, not Thanksgiving. But. For Easter. Ham? Yeah, yeah, that's all. The great grandkids and great grandkids that's all they want is ham and chicken fingers. Right. I like turkey and we're starting to Thanksgiving. But deviled eggs, of course. Dresden, you know, cranberry, I don't like cranberry sauce, so I'm never ate that. Everything cranberries. Thanksgiving, that's a Thanksgiving deal, not an Easter deal. Well, I mean, you got to eat something for Easter. I mean, you know, we could. By the way, all right. Handsome Joe, did you happen to see Kirby smart when he was here a few minutes ago? I did follow, but you know what? Man, I just don't get slapped in the face, but then look at Kirby. And.
"kirby" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"I was calling to ask your opinion as to how you might learn any lessons by comparing what Kurt flood did 30 years ago to the NIL experience today. I have a point of view and I'm not sure I've got it right. Yeah, let me hear it. When I hear well, when I hear people like Kirby smart and I think going to fun is great and I think that the coaches and the SEC are basically good people. I think Major League Baseball's problem was that the owners of Major League Baseball and the other side of the table. I don't think they're particularly good people. I think this thing can work out whatever kinks. It's going to I mean, it's going to be a big money game. We know that. Building up the universities that have been an arms race ever since we had Clinton had this student loan thing where all of my family went to the university, not the kids. That can't stop. But I think these guys that you have on your show are very high caliber people. And I think they're going to do the best they can to see that this evolution is not a catastrophe. And that doesn't become like Major League Baseball, where they, you know, I mean, 30 years later, they're still on strike about this side of the other thing. It didn't work. That's my take, but you know better. I think you're right. And I can be as cynical as the next person. But I think genuinely, when you hear Kirby smart talking, he understands the importance of building these players because they are your ambassadors for the next generation, but I think the issue here isn't so much the coaches. There's no system in place to legislate it. And all the people that want to blame one person and it's easy to blame the head of the NCAA, but it's not only his fault, Billy. There is a lot of blame to go around because nobody wanted to deal with this. It goes back really almost 20 years ago, I think with the Ed o'bannon case and it's been festering out there and the NCAA as a whole and individual conferences have just simply tried to sell this farce that this is amateur athletics. It's not. I think they finally got caught and they weren't really prepared for it, and now it's just, it's an open market, which is fine. You have schools who are pushing the envelope so far that it's shocking even people inside. However, what they're doing is in theory legal. The illegal isn't the answer as you know. Yeah. I mean, I have less confidence in the administrations, which are driven by really driven by money. Here I am in the players and the coaches and the ADs that I think they face players. They can't run away from these guys. The difference between the old time calipari rent your superstars, where you got duke starting 5 McDonald's Americans. Against playing against Villanova that doesn't have any. I mean, these football coaches sound like they're trying to build people. And I like that. But Billy, what's happening in intercollegiate athletics are right now. You hear the arms race line. This is a completely different aspect of it. And I think Sabin said the other day that it's not sustainable. I think at some point, the system is going to break. I don't know who will be the loser for it. Well, I do, well, let me correct myself. I do know who the losers are going to be. And they are going to be any university who is not at the upper Echelon, the superpowers, because this is all about money and it's an enormous amount of money and guess what? Everyone doesn't have that much money. Yeah. That's sad. I mean, the heart of the SEC are small states that are not have giant incomes. Georgia does Florida does. Right. Alabama's got a fabulous tradition. The other side of that. The television money is going to double in the next 5 years. That sounds incredible. But it will. But even that even that $100 million a year that they're going to get and now they're only getting 40 to 50 million, that has to be spread a lot of different places. And I think the boosters are going to get weary at some point because they're already paying an absolute fortune to get their tickets. They're paying on top of that. The ability to keep your tickets. And now they're being pushed as our guest a minute about an hour ago said to put money into these collectives. Yeah, okay. Okay. Well, I hope you're right. I hope it works. I don't know the future. You don't have the future. I just like the people I'm dealing with. I want to do a really like the people who own baseball teams. There are good people. Now, the people that own baseball teams were just a bunch of greedy, a bunch of greedy racist in the back of the day. And they finally got, you know, the only people that I think are worse than that are the 32 guys who own NFL teams. I agree with you about that, so. Well, after the NFL, we have the best sports product in America. Billy, I had the occasion about whenever Steve spurrier coach to Washington, the brief pair. I met him after the game. I went up there for a game. And I was in the locker room and here comes Daniel Snyder. And I swear, I mean, the grime was coming off of his forehead onto my under my coat. I mean, I've never been around anybody quite like him. I haven't had that experience. I didn't know it was that bad, but it was pretty good. Hey, thank you very much for the call. JK is up next. Hello, JK. Hey. Let's go up, Paul. JK, we have been waiting for your call all night. Hey man, check this out. Paul, I don't know if Kirby was that a shot across the barrel with a direct missile to a couple of these coaches that have been out here whining..
"kirby" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog
"But i mean somebody says hey you know that i had a ten thousand dollar diamond ring in there and stuff like that you have to look for so they. They do a cursory search. The vehicle and under the sea is a duffel bag. Open it up. And there's i believe it was six six packages consistent with the way kilograms of cocaine or are patched so the of all you know he goes. I knew was in here. I knew it was in here so they opened up the they they do what is called field tests to check to see what the drugs are in the in the packaging and everything came up negative. The you know drugs identified so look into it further name. Discover that more than likely it's probably pancake mix and somebody was setting somebody up in this situation. I guess if they would rat on them and so the next morning i an email was put out the saying that that group that had seized that vehicle was going to do a pancake breakfast with the. It is pretty comical. I going to get back to something. You mentioned the and flip with the every time when you guys were out somewhere not on judy. And she indicated. There was a time It was it was a small now but we were We stopped by friends Friends restaurant for lunch ashes. Sit a couple of other police officers and my friend knew what we did for a living. Obviously and this guy used to guys command and kirby around people so much. She didn't really Zero in on people when they walked into a room and these two guys walked by and also the head go up in the nose starts kindling and all the guys sit. Look you know we all look down at her and she and then she sits down. She's looking at these guys. So i accidentally dropped the leash and she goes over and when the guy dallas pockets kind of like opened up a little bit on his on his pants and she went over and she she sticks her noted right on the edge of the pocket of his pants and know so i come up and grab a rope got her and when she indicates she scratches wanna scrap home and he had a bartender. Said you know that that is a police dog in guys like does that. That's a drug dog. The guy ran.
"kirby" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog
"She was to help your dog. I ever owned She had one little on skin tab on the inside of her. i that that they wanted to remove. They said it could be cancer. Could not be cancer. We're not sure so. The only time during her career that she really needed other than other than her shots and checkups was was for the skin tag on awry and then the The skin tattoos removed and everything was fine. There are no further issues with it and then Just after she retired she had She started limping. I took him to the vet and then we found the tomb runner l. I i reached out to a guy that i down on the internet that live down in new mexico and he was a border patrol agent and he had a nonprofit that paid for stuff like this for a retired police dog and i reached out to him. He agreed to pay the bill and he did. And then Actor that. I met jason johnson from project. Canine hero and And he adopted curving that his program he paid for the rest of the kirby's that bills but there really wasn't much you used just she was overall healthy and to after fifteen years old. Okay and at what i did could be retire. She's about twelve hundred twelve meeting around twelve when she retired. Going back a little bit to take long to to settling eventually with the other dogs in your home. It probably took about six months for everybody to understand the situation. I'm the funniest was. I had dogs away and i wanted her to get to know the house so i was watching tv. I was letting her run loose. I look over and there was nothing on my kitchen counter. But i don't know that you haven't been at a house before because she was standing on the kitchen counter. Why she's really she's just she's a standing there. This is the place to stand at the moment. It was funny and then one time she was in front living room in the house. And i went through the dining room to the sliding back door. Opened it up Said climbing outside. She walked through the living room. Those walks over the across the kitchen table down the other side of the kitchen table out the back door. But here i'm getting like it's yes and she had never been in a half you. I just laughed. I mean she can do any damage. It was it was. It was pretty funny. Apart from the the locking of getting up over tables and kitchen benches would. What would you say that. Who other unique habits would be.
"kirby" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog
"And they were searching it and They couldn't couldn't find what they were looking for. So i brought kirby and kirby started searching the car and she went over to the glovebox instead scratching on the glovebox low scratched globe box it open and she sticker knows in the back of globe box and she's going crazy so we are out of the We pull out of the car and We get a pry bar and the isolate Door of the arab. We we we pop off a couple stolen guns and erin about i think two or three kilos a good game show where this truck had come from. They get a search warrant for this place and it's actually a big warehouse and they get the search warrant and of course i'm gonna hang around. Who's i you know. I really want to run the cia. This warehouse when when they get the search warrant and i take it in the warehouse and is probably a dozen dozen vehicles in there and different different things throughout the the warehouse. She goes in and she's like she's pretty much like there's something here there's something here there's something here and she's you know running through the warehouse to indicate left him right so we more all the places in the guys are gonna go back and search and she had warehouses set up. There's a there's a bathroom and it was like just like like almost like a small little shed inside the warehouse and at its own roof about eight feet high. I'm the warehouse twenty five so i I is i'm talking. She goes into the bathroom and she starts jumping up and doing backflips off of the wall. The bathroom over brabourne. i said. Hey you guys might wanna check to see on the bathroom. And yeah so. They took note of that and i stayed while they were searching and helped out so what happened was one of the guys gets on a ladder and goes off and he standing on its. It's it's plywood on top of this ceiling so he's standing actually like basically the route to the bathroom and he's like preston up here he goes. It's just by what everything's fine like. All right i'll navy. She's smelling iota from something else. Moving around in the in the warehouse. So i We'll be done. You know we're packing everything up and i said oh. Would you guys get out of the bathroom. What he's talking about the bathroom would you guys get here as the as agents getting down off the baffling ceiling your roof there. He said down and by what was being held down by like a pressure law so he sat down on the plywood. Got onto the ladder and didn't realize it will the press release and they're hydraulic arm and the The the roof wanted people pieces apply. What on the roof. Just slow up and there is i. Think ca- crack and money and like kilo cocaine up there but it was it was comical and you know it's something they have never found it if it wasn't for the dog. Did you have a have any luck. Running wall lewis still suspects around when she was doing any socially not.
"kirby" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog
"This show our annual host robert over. And i hope you and your dog i will welcome back to the regular listeners. And i extract big welcome if this is your first episode my guest. This week is christine kelleher. And she's going to be talking about could be. But i in some doggy. News in wilmington north carolina in the usa. A couple of years ago lady was cleaning up and put up. Some old wind chimes Low in the yod and to her. Golden retriever puppy blue was attracted to them in. You'd walk through them and enjoying the noise that they made He then took a step further and started howling all singing when he walked through the chimes. fast forward a couple of years and bows pet. Guardian took some video and as now clocked up a think ever twenty million views at this stage. I don't think he has a recording contract yet. We now guy down to mexico and this is a little bit of an all story but Local stray dog hanging around a convenience store and the staf spelt a little bit. Sorry they started giving him a few tidbits of which died provided and they then took it to the next level when the temperatures were hitting over one hundred five degrees fahrenheit forty degrees celsius said they opened the doors and the dog took up the invitation to come inside and cool itself down on the tiled floors. What happened then was as customers came through. They started buying traits for the dog. Sign-ons dec- continous going towards our canine friends. And now this week's welcome to the relaxed dog. Podcast are 'em he with christine kelleher. Hell i am fantastic. Thank you very much. So whereabouts in the world you. I currently live in the mid coast of maine town called cell thomason lawsuit and who we're going to talk about today on my past police. Canine partner furby be wonderful so as per usual. I'm going to ask you to take us back in time to just before you met kirby and talk to us about the the house and was that that.
"kirby" Discussed on Launch Your Farm Podcast
"How do you get more business out of the people that are in there for from their friends and family. Because that's where. I find a lot of aiding struggle asking for that. Business passed the direct relationship. Okay so inside the raving fans like if you want to cause them to be on your support you and what we did. Is we add we. We say we add them to team. Okay because everybody wants to be a part of something so our clients lauded that they're part of the team okay. And when they're part of the team we do our quarterly 'cause on a quarterly calls. There's gonna be a theme to the court 'cause so in our spring we talk about like this is our spring Spring run right like we know your friends also. But i don't know how we can get to them so we do a brainstorming session. Kinda like this okay. I talked with them. I really need support. Like how do you think that. I can cause more of raving fans right So we have a name for are raving fans by. That's just internal talk there. I have bodos by bottle essay all-stars on it last year we could reach an all stars right and i say on how we can get all stars to refer their friends to us Do you have any ideas. So i asked each of them to share. What ideas did they can come up with. And here's the funny thing. The ideas they come with is the perfect idea for them out of it. Now awesome. so you'd be someone down. I give me a referral right. I really don't know how get them. Thinking like okay. Let me think kirby maybe my family. I could like send them all the email right and see if anyone moving maybe that could be a method would just have them come up with it and so credential you say yes to their own. Method is jammed. You group them in with everyone else doing it. So they know they're part of something bigger group doing that so they don't wanna feel like they're not doing it so that it ties it to instead of just having that one which you do want to do but you you're saying i'm getting all my raving fans do the same thing so they don't miss out or don't wanna feel like they're like now. Why didn't do that yet right now. That's a good idea. So putting them up maybe scoreboard contest. Navy i don't know i haven't done ned idea so we brainstorm now. I came up with the idea of how you can get more referrals so there you go thank you so getting those referrals obviously translates into more business. How do you reward them. Because i know in some places you can't really reward them financially. Whatever how do you take care of them. The people who are your raving fans how do you. How do you show your love on them. Other than just the communication. So that's that's where kerry comes into my wife who's is also my partner. So she's what we call a department where she gets. Show our clients love with gifts We love our edible arrangements. We'd we send we send out a lot We use send cards..
"kirby" Discussed on Launch Your Farm Podcast
"Show ryan review kirby chan with keller williams and the kirby chan real estate team in this episode. Curbing i talk about why he loves farming and how uses digital farming to build long-term relations kirby shares how he learned to use facebook lists and his database to build a duplicate follow up system that generates referrals year after year. And we talk about what scripts he uses to get referrals and how he grew is raving fans from eighty to close to five hundred very engaged people in a very short time kirby shares a super easy way to add value to your database. So they keep coming back and stay loyal while increasing your referrals and we talk about how to use social media to save a ton of time. So you don't have to be on the phone prospecting every day. Plus we talk about a ton of other ideas that you can use to grow geographic farm. So be sure to check this episode. Like and subscribe and enjoyed the episode with kirby looking back another episode of launcher farm show. I'm your host ryan smith and we've got a great guest. It's kirby jen curbing. I go way back. Kirby take a second. Tell yourself and while you're here cool. Thank you ryan. We do know each other way. Back and And i'm here today to share with you anything that you want to know right so i love farming and i love that in real estate so i love your show. You know all about building a farm right gooding a sustainable business. But that's why i'm here today. Just share what i know and being able to support People watching this so they can build a sustainable business. So they're not out they're going. They're hunting farming hunting hunting every day and the day they stop hunting. Guess what no crop right. Know me so well. We're talking about is assisting business causing repeat and referral. This was all about. That's the that's the power farming. So i want to go back to your beginning. High got certain real estate. Because i was like start with where you came from and how you got so what when you got into real estate. What does it look like for you so i. I came from a family a real city agent. My dad my mom and my brother uncle all real estate agents grew up with open houses going to investment properties that we still own right And i just hate it real. I'm never never going to be a real estate agent. Okay so was my mindset in knows like what i what i took in school was like furthest thing away from real estate. I took action design the arts very different. I want to piss off my data. So even though i had lost sales i love like a homes right properties..
"kirby" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Is i mean and in some ways maybe the most important part is how subjects are brought into the projects right and and how their continued being the project and even long after release. I mean it's a it's a long relationship. And because you know i mean there's only ranging between producer director but this these people who are making the phone by your also together engaging in this project and so so i would say i mean you know the the the term creative producer seamers. She is an exceptionally creative producer. And and for for outrage Ended the introduce but after that most of my game he did some too. But i can see even in those interviews. How good she was at during the interviews. And and so you know. I made us very early on that. She should absolutely do those interviews. And and it's just amazing to watch work. Because i mean she has this whole idea of how she's going to get it through every aspect not only story but the and the emotional fallout of it but all the other theoretical everything that comes out. I mean it. Just you know. She's really as a master at work. And i mean. I i mean to this day i think i mean all our interviews but i think the invisible war interviews are as you know as good as it gets in american documentary. I really really do and But it's interesting 'cause she brought up this washing machine approach and she is really rocked in these interviews. I mean You know she she. Is you know very empathic. And she shares the pain as these people are sharing the pain. And i think that allows them to open up more. Because i really in many ways. That's what they're looking for. First and foremost and never gotten right is that somebody say i'm here with you in this right. You're not alone. In many cases. I think for the rest of their lives. Which is why missed. Many sexual assault survivors Aside brian and i think then that just add seeing another person there with them tearing up Just allows it just releases them and and and that kind of state of release. They're able to tell her story in a completely different way. So amy also has all other. I mean she's very quick. This is one thing. I've i've come to realize she's very quick making really brilliant judgments which is just the opposite of the way i work i i mean i will said preach china i got it. I got it but no i will just take you know as long as i can and get as many opinions that i can just really think this through i really value other perspectives. Don't wanna bring that in. Which is why when. Amy said you know in her in her comments which gave me your comments about said i know i didn't say i would've anybody comes to me. I will listen to that. i will work through. Their comments are so So i think. And it's taken me some time to realize that that she's very good at those judgments of those quick jetsons are so often right because i've been on Maybe just been suspicious of quick judgments right and so but that's part of the process of collaborating you start to realize that people strength and that initial response she has you know it may not be complete answer but it's got a vision. Well maybe that's why you guys It because there's different shrank approaches. Maybe that is why you work well together writing me puzzle. One hundred percent is like the tortoise and the hare and what was describing before about that teacher that five hours. That's a revelation that's where he picked this up. It is like a mid rosh section session every like anything and email that acted for five hours. So you know. And i'm need polar opposite so yeah but i want to go back because that was a really death dodge question which we won't dive into in this podcast. Thank you for all the compliments. I wanna say something interesting actually about outrage and it comes off of actually where kirby kirby's background so kirby does this not yet rated derbies past is conceptual art past okay. So i'm art stupid but like that's something about like right. It's kirby what is like a two sentence conceptual art..
"kirby" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"You're going your separate ways right right a little bit i was. I was a failed lapsed academic. I didn't get the jobs i had wanted. And did some teaching being you know the the job market like still never recovered. Actually it's been horrible for like ever So so then i did. A feature film with my event has been called the memory thief which is actually also really sophisticated an interesting about memory and appropriation on trauma and and caribbean. I see it and touch and then we did reunite. I think what i think for outrage right. Kirby i think eddie moved on. And then i came back but if i say something else because there's a lot of interesting things that made me think of one. Is i think what you know. I used to think herbie kurdi can do these things. And i you know i can but it's it takes a real tall these things meaning the really intense things gas. You know you have a heart of like a little piece of call in their courteous. But i would use to torture him too. I've listened to a podcast the other day and it was talking about how there's a really healthy form of empathy so less healthy form of empathy. And i think kirby has that you know he is healthy form. Where like you feel it but you don't get so lost in it you know. And so bull. They'll say you know that french word like like you're in a washing machine by it. But your you can you actually. It's still palpable and moves you. But you're functioning in your high functioning and you're not destroyed by it. So i wanted to say that that i think that that's what's allowed him to have the tenacity and temerity and fortitude to do the kind of work that he does and then the other thing i wanted to say about what he said about Responsibility because buried Had a lecture. When i was filming him and it was about responsibility and what i found was really interesting. Though word. responsibility comes from the word bomb. Which is to respond. That's where responsibly concern responsibly. At its essence is responding to the call of the other that is living a responsible life and bearing witness whatever that witnesses to their trauma to their testimony to their story. And so that was really informative. I mean you know as much as like deconstruct it's been so bastardising misunderstood students like amoral. It is such an ethical like playbook are honestly and so. I took those words to hard and i do want to say also that we seen in terms of Bearing witness it's not just our films. It's actually the act of sitting down at interviewing some yup. It's it's life changing. You know we've had people say you know your interview. Even i didn't end up in your film but thank you for filming me because you know the first time someone listened. And i'm a different person as a result totally well so by the time you guys reunite for outrage and then invisible war Kirby's up this first oscar nomination for twist of faith and never got one he got a head start on you there but so outraged just to remind people eventually comes out in two thousand nine Looking at closeted politicians who are hypocrites there many well. I guess in all cases that you guys illustrate there and and here was sort of the also the beginning of a pattern. That i believe was the case until on the record years later. Which was that. Kirby's the director and amy. You're the producer does that is that actually a or was that a meaningful distinction or were you what. What did that actually mean. While i think rick documentary there's mean producers direct directors produce. I mean so much of of documentary..
"kirby" Discussed on The Futur
"You can't say that you know two professors believe it or not though. I'm doing the things as fast as i. I believe you sort of you know we all have our dysfunctions that we get past. That might be one of mine. Yes now you don't need to answer me. But i wish for you that somewhere somebody will listen to this and the check out the films and the many different projects that your work on and support you if nothing more than to subscribe and to just give you a view or share it with somebody who needs to really see this material but beyond that. Maybe there's some some agent out there like i know exactly what to do with this. Artists educate the world. And and then yes exactly know. How do people get in touch with you. What's the best place for people. Don't find you to reach out to you I would say the twitter is a good place to reach me. I'm remix everything on twitter and dams are open. So you can. You can reach me that way. It's also good to follow me on youtube search for curbing focus on youtube. That's to keep up with whatever. I'm going to great and you'll see that dancing airman video right there. The archives is really fun to see the kind of very diverse projects. That you work on and thoughtfulness you know and i see that you you really do. Make an effort to beat as As much as possible an objective reporter on on facts and opinions. And you're not one of those shock jocks and easily you could have gone many different directions but That is just a testament to who your your character and what you're trying to do. So i wish nothing but success for you in the future. I'm looking forward to it as soon as you release the book you got me. I will be first in line to copy of airing being remixed book. Whatever it's going to be called so and needs to support artists and creators like kirby because they can't exist without you really and do what you can to support kirby and artists like him curry. It's been.
"kirby" Discussed on The Futur
"Welcome to the future. podcast show. That explores the interesting overlap between design marketing business. I'm greg gun as a species. Humans are inherent copy machines. Emulation is how he learned to walk talk and navigate the world but when it comes to ideas especially ones we deem original in air quotes. Things are a little different. We are hypercritical of imitation. Resent anything close to a copy and obsess over ideological ownership but what we don't do is turn that critical lens on ourself copy transform and combine according to our guest. This is the recipe for creativity. He's a filmmaker speaker and writer. But you probably know him. Best from his acclaimed documentary. Everything is a remix. And if you haven't watched it yet please go do it. As soon as you're done listening to this episode it'll blow your mind and maybe help you let go of that inner critic in the meantime. Please enjoy your conversation with kirby ferguson. First of all thank you for doing this with me. And i felt like this conversation is long overdue. Because i've watched your video I think back in the days of imia. When i saw many many years ago. I was thinking how this is so in alignment with what i believe. And so there's still a lot of people who haven't watched video or your video series or your film however calling this everything is a remix. So i'd love to touch upon some of the ideas. Talk to you about the genesis of why you made the video. What packets made on people and what what impact it's made on your life and your career so we'll do that and then i loved to talk about what else is happening in your life. Is that okay. Okay so I for for anybody who doesn't know who you are. Kirby can you introduce yourself My name's kirby ferguson. I'm a filmmaker and speaker and writer. I'm best known for a series called. Everything is remix which was about creativity and i also finished a documentary recently. Called this is not a conspiracy theory which is about conspiracy theories in such. It's very mad at that way. Yes okay the reason why. I think we really need to talk about everything is remix as because not enough creative. People have seen this. And i'm still dealing with people who are struggling with this idea of originality the pursuit of something new and original and in the film. You talked about like when when we do it. We justified when we steal and borrow and copy. We justify others do a to us than we vilify expand on that. Yeah i mean that's rooted in a psychological phenomenon known as loss aversion. So this is something. That's dairy makes good sense out in the wilderness like we have expressions at like a burden hand is worth two in the bush. Like if you have something. For god's sake don't lose it you know like if you've got late like if you have that dollar bill on your hand and you lose they're like oh that's really annoying you know. It doesn't matter that it was dollar bill or whatever how. We're really attuned to keeping what we've got right which makes good sense. It was a good defense mechanism for surviving right. When you have something. Don't lose it. So then we've assigned ideas of property to ideas right now. I'm not a. I'm not someone who is just oppositional that idea that it has a lot of benefits. I like that idea but it also comes along with this notion that like this is mine and it isn't always just about well. it isn't just. This is mine. I want to make money off it. It's also i want the recognition. I started this. This is my idea so we get protected about ideas that are hours. And i use the example of steve jobs in the video series. Because he was he i mean. Apple has always been a company that has copied pretty boldly right. Like the original macintosh was very much based on xerox alto which was kind of an experimental early graphical computer. The first one was another one after that a star which very much like the mac and then even like we even see it right up to now right like air tags just came out now tile was potentially get blown out of the water like it's the thing that they do They copied things on. They make them and they add value. You know they really They make them better definitely. It can't be argued but anyway steve. Jobs was sort of the poster boy for that because he copied really boldly from other sources but then when android when google an android originally Emulated the iphone. You know he called the stolen product and said know i'm gonna destroy them and took it really personally so it's a phenomenon that's rooted in our psychology. Basically we tend to protect what is ours. We don't wanna lose the things that we worked really hard to get. You know but were more attuned to noticing when something is being taken from us than when you're taking from someone else which we do nonstop all day long every day right like little copying machines. Copy all that as what we do throughout childhood. All you're doing is trying to copy what other people are doing right. It's a major major force in our minds the instinct to to copy and emulate. So it's very natural thing that's like breathing. We just don't really think about it. Yeah i mean we emulate as a means to learn. We have the other people and we see. That's how they walk so we walked. That doesn't make sounds this way. And then we emulate that. I often find this to be very rich. People the hypocrisy that i fundamentally believe just about courts not just because i'm sitting here in front of you but i am this sum of all influences in my life. So then who am i then to point to someone else and say yo you just copied me. I mean i have no ownership over that idea and the argument. I would make with a lot of artists and designers who primarily our audience. Our crowd is that you didn't meant that typeface. You didn't make the software you didn't build that you're building on everything that came before you allow you to do something and even your design palate is informed by everything that you've seen absolutely argument. I'll make with them. Is this is that if you could somehow be raised in a in a lab somewhere where everything's white like a white room and you never saw another thing in your life and you made something and it looked like a picasso and you really proud and you're like this is an original piece of work because i was devoid of influence. Its original to you. But it's not original to the world so does the pursuit of originality matter. So that's a question. I wanna ask you. Why.