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"l. myron new york" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

06:07 min | 3 months ago

"l. myron new york" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Come on basket weaving one. Oh, one isn't gonna miss him. Isn't that what college kids do nowadays? Are there? I don't think so. I don't think so. But you're always so serious because I I I appreciate the words coming from this young man, you know, and listen, I'm I think if you I know he had that interview, but He said. Buffalo is close to home any like that, But go ahead. Yes, yes, he did. He did say that, And that's that's exciting. Um That being said. It's it's exciting that he wants to go back to Michigan to because I would think that Matt veneers and who's the other can? Is it? Kent Johnson, You know those three players who possibly could be in the top 10, all three of them in this year's draft. If all three of those players which is very likely go back to Michigan That's a pretty strong team. And I like the idea of having the opportunity to play your season. And have the opportunity to win a national championship that you know that's that's what it's all about. They have They have That person kid there. They also have John Beecher's their first rounder. He's uh, He's a Boston Bruins, right. Boston Bruins first rounder He's from He's from up the road. He's from Syracuse there. No, he's not. He's from Utica. I think I think he's from Utica. El Mira story, not Unica. Omar. He's from Oh, Myron, New York. Um, yeah, they've got some. They've got some good players. They've got Cam York. I don't know if he goes back now. He won't. He's already played in the NHL so but Yeah, It's interesting. It's it's not. It's not a terrible scenario for the kid. But I, you know, I mean, it's probably the best scenario, actually. But there are some other tweets here where people say no problem with him wanting to go back to Michigan and win it all helps the Sabres. So are they. So they are not pressured into starting him immediately. And that's something you talked. What is your thought? What? What is your feeling? And the reason why you would want him to go back to college? Well, honestly, it goes back to something you touched on last week. You know the environment you're bringing him into What's it going to be? It's been a losing environment for years. Do you want to try to get it heading in the right direction? Whether you make the playoffs are not getting heading in the right direction, get some momentum and maybe acquire a Couple veterans that maybe surround him with. I mean is that you know, that's another thing you talked about, too is there is surrounding him with the right people and getting him into the right scenarios. So maybe next year, we don't know. We all don't know We're all waiting. We don't know what this team is going to look like. We don't know if it's going to be a very young team. We don't know the direction of what Kevyn Adams has in his mind and where he wants to go with it. Will there be a Jack Eichel on this team starting next year? Is there going to be a Sam Reinhart? Will we ever Asmus crystalline in Um And I think all those those scenarios Um are are still very unclear, which makes an your own power situation. If he does come to camp, and let's say he does look exceptionally good. And you, you look at this young man and say, Yeah, he is NHL ready to go now. And, um, you just need to make sure that you're going to surround this young man with the proper people. Um so he can continue to grow, and I just don't know. Right now. We don't know is Jack. I'm going to be moved. Are we going to be, um, you know, acquiring a lot more young pieces like we don't know what's happening right now. So I I don't think the decision can happen. There's lots and lots of time. There's lots of time of training, um to to get bigger and stronger and faster and work on their game and we'll see what happens when it comes time September and this young man has to come to Um Training camp and try and earn a position. Well, he's not. He won't come to training camp. He's drafted. I mean, will he even come to the prospect camp? He allowed to come to the I don't even think you can come to the prospect Camp Kenny. If there even is one this year. Why not? N c. Double A. Are you talking to us out here talking? You still talking to empower? Yeah. Yeah. N C double a rules. Don't think I don't think you can. I don't know about Prospect camp, but I know main camp. I don't He cannot come to main camp until he's until he signed in Turn professional. So unless unless that rule has changed But I don't know if that rule has changed, But here's you know, I was reading land slice of skis. Thing is you're bringing up Jack Eichel you talked about, you know what's what's in store for Jack Eichel to write as you as you go through all of that, like it's amazing how an Owen power conversation. Goes to Jack Eichel. It's not like it's not like it shouldn't go there. It's just It's amazing that every Sabres conversation Say it is going to go to Jack Eichel. It goes to Jack Eichel. And we'll talk about Jack. I called 11 because our conversation Was Jack Eichel's Jack Eichel. Rasmus crystalline in everything. No, I think he's a little bit. I think. What about coaching Coaching decision. Does that not come down to Jack Granado? The in coach of Jack Sam and restore here next year? I'm not saying be talking about it. Jack name is going to come up when you when you talk about a head coach gonna be talking about Jack. Well, I think the only reason why we connected the dots to, you know, maybe they did speak to David Quinn. But I think the only the only dark connection from David Quinn to Buffalo is Jack Eichel. At least that's what people tie to it. Yeah, that's the people try to it. Instigators will come back at 11 o'clock. We will talk about this because Lance Lisovsky the Buffalo News, Um you know how to Sabres mailbag, and he was talking about the stalemate with Jack Eichel. And there's an interesting scenario that will talk about someone asked Lance the question. What do you see happening with the stalemate between.

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"l. myron new york" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:43 min | 4 months ago

"l. myron new york" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And has already changed. Denial ran high, but then In September 1977 just across the border in Ohio. It all began to accelerate in Youngtown and nearby Campbell. They have a name for the day disaster struck. They call it Black Monday. Hard to believe this is happening after working for so many years of hard to believe that were put out on the street. I don't know what we're gonna do between 1977 and about 1986 millions of industrial jobs I lost in places like youngster. Well, like Pittsburgh, the U. S Steel Corporation announced today that it will close all or part of more than 20 of its plants in Cleveland. Now Myron, New York, Trenton, New Jersey and three towns in Pennsylvania, Johnstown Shift Lor and Ambridge. There's basically kind of localized great depression that happens. I mean, unemployment rates rise up to your 20% whole communities devastated really profoundly in a very short period of time, people are losing home. American dream has been turned into the American nightmare. With John Watts family breaking up and show aside the population, which has been already aging and also shrinking as the young leave that speeds up really intensely. There. Increases in homelessness in a couple of these steel mill towns, suicide rates, double depression, race, alcoholism, domestic violence. All of these kinds of indicators of social distress are increasing, really rapid. In 1983 President Ronald Reagan offered some choice words of consolation..

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"l. myron new york" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:32 min | 4 months ago

"l. myron new york" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To accelerate in Youngtown and nearby Campbell. They have a name for the day disaster struck. They call it black Monday. Hard to believe this is happening after working here for so many years of hard to believe that were put out on the street and don't know what we're gonna do between 1977 and about 1986. Millions of industrial jobs I lost in places like Youngstown Well, like Pittsburgh, the U. S Steel Corporation announced today that it will close all or part of more than 20 of its plants in Cleveland, now Myron, New York, Trenton, New Jersey and three towns in Pennsylvania. Johnstown Shift Lor and Ambridge. There's basically kind of localized great depression that happens. I mean, unemployment rates rise up to your 20% whole communities devastated really profoundly in a very short period of time. People are losing homes you American dream has been turned into the American nightmare. With John Watts family breaking up on show its size population. Which has been already aging and also shrinking as the young leave that speeds up really intensely. There. Increases in homelessness in a couple of these steel mill towns. Suicide rates double Depression rates, alcoholism, domestic violence, All of these kinds of indicators of social distress are increasing really rapidly in 1983 President Ronald Reagan offered some choice words of Consolation. How.

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"l. myron new york" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:32 min | 4 months ago

"l. myron new york" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Accelerate in Youngtown and nearby Campbell. They have a name for the day disaster struck. They call it black Monday. Hard to believe this is happening after working here for so many years of hard to believe that were put out on the street. You don't know what we're gonna do between 1977 and about 1986. Millions of industrial jobs I lost in places like Youngstown Well, like Pittsburgh, the U. S Steel Corporation announced today that it will close all or part of more than 20 of its plants in Cleveland, now Myron, New York, Trenton, New Jersey and three towns in Pennsylvania. Johnstown Shift Lor and Ambridge. There's basically kind of localized great depression. That happens. I mean, unemployment rates rise up to your 20% whole communities devastated really profoundly in a very short period of time. People are losing homes you American dream has been turned into the American nightmare. With John Watts family breaking up. Sure its size population which has been already aging and also shrinking as the young leave that speeds up really intensely. They're increases in homelessness In a couple of these steel belt towns, suicide rates, double depression rates, alcoholism, domestic violence. All of these kinds of indicators of social distress are increasing really rapidly in 1983 President Ronald Reagan offered some choice words of Consolation. How.

John Watts Cleveland Ambridge Myron U. S Steel Corporation Trenton 1983 Youngstown Pennsylvania President 1977 Johnstown Shift Lor Campbell New York Youngtown Pittsburgh Monday New Jersey 20% today
"l. myron new york" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:18 min | 4 months ago

"l. myron new york" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Patriarchy, which seeds maybe didn't fully Germany till the steel economy began to a road. How did it look? The beginning of the beginning of the end? Well, you know, at first, it didn't look like anything much. The union president would look at the numbers and he would say, you know, G. There are 50,000 fewer steel workers this year than they were five years ago. But it wasn't for quite a long time that people started to realize something profound is changing and has already changed. Denial ran high, but then In September, 1977 just across the border in Ohio. It all began to accelerate in Youngtown and nearby Campbell. They have a name for the day disaster struck. They call it black Monday. Hard to believe this is happening after working here for so many years of hard to believe that were put out on the street and don't know what we're gonna do between 1977 and about 1986. Millions of industrial jobs I lost in places like Youngstown Well, like Pittsburgh, the U. S Steel Corporation announced today that it will close all or part of more than 20 of its plants in Cleveland, now Myron, New York, Trenton, New Jersey and three towns in Pennsylvania. Johnstown Shift Lor and Ambridge. There's basically kind of localized great depression that happens. I mean, unemployment rates rise up to your 20% whole communities devastated really profoundly in a very short period of time. People are losing homes you American dream has been turned into the American nightmare, with John Watts family breaking up and show its eyes. The population, which has been already aging and also shrinking as the young leave that speeds up really intensely. Air increases in homelessness in a couple of these steel mill towns, suicide rates, double depression rates, alcoholism, domestic violence. All of these kinds of indicators of social distress are increasing really rapidly in 1983 President Ronald Reagan offered some choice words of Consolation. How could the major employer in the town the very lifeblood of the.

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"l. myron new york" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

The Moment with Brian Koppelman

07:49 min | 4 months ago

"l. myron new york" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

"Brewing company. Golden colorado want to ask about the new york years. Because i've written a read. You talk about that new york years. Which i know we're crazy. They were club and so forth. Yeah kid and then. I got to new york and had no money and i mean i. It's funny because i say that. But here's the truth. My parents my grandparents moved here Emigrated here in the early hundreds. They were very six at my dad's parents. They were very successful. My grandfather emigrated. My grandmother was second generation. I should say they were very successful. they own an apartment on nineteen university which we still own so for me. Moving into york was free and without that nothing would have happened. I am the privilege and the shoulders. I stand on. I cannot tell you so glad to hear you said i mean it is true. There's nothing more. I my parents didn't give me any money. But they gave me a place to live rent free and that was all. I didn't make it pay for college. I didn't have to pay for college. I always talk about the gigantic an enormous advantage in life. I obviously had the same advantage. And like i mean i got lucky enough that i could of success and was very young so i was able to buy an apartment but like right out of college because i had a freak thing happened to me but the fact that i got free college i always think about it. I think about it so often because it guided my the fact that i had no dead allowed me to just say well. I'm going to do what i want like. I'm going to work my ass off. And i tried a lot of different things before figured out who i was at thirty and i always worked so hard and rigorously but i didn't have this monkey. I didn't thing that i had a satisfying that is a giant separator. And it's it's if we could give everyone that i would be so happy you. Do you want my taxes like give everybody a college education. I it's the ability to go to school and just think about school and just think about your job. So i was going. Obviously i was doing other things. I was producing music. I'm doing stuff but to have those four years to do that without thinking about. Having debt thinking of becoming a critical thinker is if everyone could just get that opportunity. I'd be so it just. It's it's a blessing. And i. I am so grateful and i'm so aware of what that does to someone gives you and i will say there is something. I'm circling way ahead when you when you go into a writer's room the people that are often there are people that have had that advantage and that is one of the reasons that i like when rooms don't reach out to people that are a little bit different. When the do they do reach out and they have a different voice in there. Because we do a modernize based on a level of education. And it's it's an homogenising factor that i think changes the way television as pew. There's shared basket of cultural references. That you have if you were able to go to certain schools read certain books get exposed to certain there's this fantastic episode of reply. All where a talk to somebody at. I think who worked at google and engineer. He was like one of the only african american engineers at google and then he went on this mission and they talk about the value of diversity the value of so instead of framing it as let's do the nice paternalistic thing for the person who's the outsider didn't have the advantage. What they talk about is the limiting credibly limiting factor of a bunch of people having the same references the same way experiences impact. Your not doing. It's not the way to think about. Isn't i'm doing a nice thing for these people to think about it. Is that entire other set of beliefs. References experiences benefits the whole in an enormous way and our discomfort with as a culture are discomfort with with the fact that this is something that if we could just our discomfort leads us as you say these homo genius work working environments and people with whom we work and in fact it limits us tremendously and you take someone like to me like aarc. Hydros is a perfect example. There's a guy who is hero derived over to rival. We know him is clearly a brilliant human being who didn't go to college and got a job and worked in aerospace an figured out what he wanted to be and his experience and his way of working through. The world is so evident to me in that movie. That i went back. I know eric and i don't hung out with him. And that's but we talked a little bit about his growing up. Not going to college the last time i saw him and i went back and watch the movie. And what you realize is without that experience of being slightly other intellectually above and yet not above of yet not of he never would have been able to write that character that beautifully written female character with the kind of passion that he did. It really is. It's my favorite movie of last year for me. That was my favorite movie and the talent that it takes is informed by your experience. And that's why he's promised to come in the next time he comes myron new york. Yes which i think is going to be in june. So we've yes. I love her but my favorite whisky friends. He has said that he'll come on the pot. i'm sure that he said he will. I wanna go back to one thing. Which quickly mentioned the holy trinity of mid eighties writers tahoe. It's pretty nelson jay. Mcinerney and i would say much all those books last but a friend of mine just texted me three weeks ago and said hey a friend who didn't come from comes from an entirely different cultural background than than we do and whole different set of references. A friend who's a band jellicoe christian was raised that way and still and wrote me and he's like. Hey i just read bright lights big city what do you think of it and i wrote back like that book is still a masterpiece. Yeah and he was like. I'm so glad to hear. Say that because i'm blown away by i and i if you're listening to this and you're younger than i am and you're like oh that sounds like this. Moldy eighties thing that books like a masterpiece and really worth reading. I think it's the best of all those the one that i really wonder if it holds up and i was thinking about getting again is Shampoo planet copeland. I just don't know discover. Does that. So i don't know it's funny. Those books were just of. I know The next the next little one of those mystery of pits mysteries of pittsburgh and emperor of the air that canon cain ham houston's book they all came out kind of in the next couple of years cowboys those books and those are all. I think that home in time in the ninety s son still hold. She's a senate. So people haven't read dentistry. Jesus on and then go see the movie. 'cause it's a beautiful move to movies really good. It's not it's not. It's not the equal of it's it's it's got. One of the one of my favorite performances in the world is just ridiculous. But yeah no those those books that whole moment. Where books and again i. I'm sure had. I been ten years older ten years younger. It'd been a different set of books but these books that felt like i could know these people and i could be in their world but i was also diving into an entire.

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"l. myron new york" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

06:24 min | 1 year ago

"l. myron new york" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"In keeping with the modern spirit suggested by Pope John The twenty third and actually practice in his later years by pope. Paul the Sixth Pope Francis only wears a simple gold plated. Silver Ring for people ceremonies preferring to our his small silver ring from his days as a cardinal which is totally people. Oh Pope Frank Semana the people. That's my boy. Pope Frank Okay. Question number seven believe it or not the parts of a bell reflect the of a person I e it has a crown shoulder waist lip mouth and this which you have in the back of your mouth to and is sometimes called a clapper just stuck on you it is. You've you've Eli so the earliest archaeological evidence of bells dated from the Third Millennium BC and is traced to the Yangshao culture of Neolithic China. Clapper bells made of pottery have been found in several archaeological sites and the pottery bells later developed into metal bells in West Asia. The first appeared in one thousand BC and the study of bells called Camp Analogy question. Number eight the phrase to grab brass ring means striving for the highest price or living life to the fullest it is derived from the act of actually grabbing a brass ring during the course of a ride on what repetitive pastime. Carousel is a carousel. Have you done that? I have not so typically getting brass ring gets the writer some sort of prize when presented to the operator. The price is often a free. Repeat ride yes. There are only fourteen carousels in the US still operating brass rings and three of them are in New York state to our downstairs. One is Myron New York ones on. Martha's Vineyard Oh I got I. Did you grab the brass ring? No I didn't get the restaurant. It's it's like wooden rings and then it's like a slot. Yeah and then as you go by you're supposed to try to grab from it and Most of them but then there's one wrestling. Yeah there's only one breast one in like multiple would or other metal ones. Yeah that's what I've heard. Okay question number. Nine Geometry Taurus is a surface of revolution generated by revolving a circle in three dimensional space about an axis that his Co. plainer with the circle basically that means that shape resembles this delicious baked or fried good homer Simpson's favorite treat yup the donor. It is a donut the INFO on Torah. Which is the plural of Taurus? Is Our to our. I saw. Taurus'S T. O. R. US. Okay so the Info on this is so convoluted that I could not comprehend enough to repeat the information on this podcast but I will say that national donut. Day is on the first Friday of June each year succeeding. Doughnut Day event created by the Salvation Army in nineteen thirty eight to honor those of their members who serve doughnuts to soldiers during World War. One and a nice so national donut day actually has a history as opposed to just like yeah like Dunkin donuts. We'll give you a free one. Oh Yeah for sure and finally question number ten. The steady rings or the still rings artistic gymnastics apparatus and the event that uses hip is traditionally used only male gymnasts. One of the most widely recognized skills performed on the rings is one which is executed by sending both arms straight out from the sides of the body while suspended mid air for at least two seconds. What is the name of this torturous gymnastics skill? Okay for all the Marble yes. I am going to say iron cry. It is the Iron Cross night. That's too that's too ten for tens. You Know How many ten for tens I have zero detach remember very close at one time and then I got. I got the tenth question wrong. Not that I'm counting or anything. Yes you are correct. It's called the Iron Cross. What's crazy is that that's not. Even the most difficult strength skill on the rings that award goes to the Maltese Cross. Okay so you can try to mess. Were gymnasts holds his or her body parallel to the ground at ring height with arms extended laterally. Yeah Yep so. Iron crosses like your vertical like your Amer facing them. You see them and they are across yes and then the other one day are laying league. Looks like they're laying down in the air. Basically you're in the Iron Cross and then you bring your body backwards up so that you are like Superman but with your arms extended outwards in a t shape and that showed that for two seconds and so that can possibly be done. So I googled. It and I googled all the all the pictures of these people. These men doing this and their faces like they're read. Their eyes are bulging out of their skulls. Their next like all of the tendons and they're standing out like it is literally every muscle of your body. Every nerve ending is like a fire. Because you're doing this impossible. You're basically like holding up your body by your wrists. It's insane. It's insane so yeah I give these guys lot of credit. So that was my this new balloon. Mike was on rings wonderful job. Thank you thank you And now it's time for our our favorite segments so far this year of two thousand twenty Jews so today's terms corner is still guitar like in Country Music was invented in Hawaii. Hung there you go. Thanks germ some of these are not long. But that's okay. It's great it's great. It's good to know it's always good to know it and it's good trivia so thank you for that germ they appreciate it and we appreciate you. Yeah and so yeah. You can find US pretty much anywhere. You listen to podcasts Thank you to everybody. Safar WHO's rated reviewed subscribed to us we it We've been getting some messages. And things from people who are saying that they just found us or the binging and they're like halfway through we've been getting. We've been getting some emails from people who are like responding to something from like two years ago and we've been texting making for like do you know. Do you remember what this is about so far we have? Yes so you have known we. None of us has no right exactly so far. It's been good but sometimes not not that. I'm saying this is a bad nice and it's very funny. That people are still discovering. Yeah that's always great So that's all we got much for listening guy. Look at you next time bye..

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"l. myron new york" Discussed on Casual Fridays REI

Casual Fridays REI

10:23 min | 1 year ago

"l. myron new york" Discussed on Casual Fridays REI

"Hey what's up guys? I'm Adam South he with my co-host Justin's Leva and this is the casual. Fridays are IAE podcast. Round two of the live event. We had this past weekend at top golf so not much else to say here. We're going to dive right back into it here. We go patty Gerald. Og Number three when you were first unveiling project one just the thought that went to my head was. Are these guys pranking us just because it it? Was you guys just giving back to this group right here in this room. Yeah just WanNa really give you props for doing that and I'm GonNa Stop Your quick because I appreciate that really do the thing. I heard by being up there and saying that I heard. She's Christ otit motion. Jesus Christ Jesus Christ Oh Shit Oh Shit. Are They fucking serious? You know there was. It was like that and that to me was like I told Adam to break. I was like I don't know if that's good or bad. So I text my wife Jessica. She goes what did they say. And I go oh Shit Jesus Christ she goes. Is that good or bad as I don't know I don't know where we're at with this so we appreciate your saying that. Yeah definitely It was a good thing. Yep Okay Okay. Get FAVOURITE. Worst moment land investing. Because you've been here for a little bit. You came last year. Now tell us about something good about something good. I want some positive in life and good first year after. Doing some kind of proof of concept proved missed stuff to myself and only going after smaller deals. I still recouped all of my training costs from another program. All of my mailing cost all the land cost and still made a decent profit for the year. Just being a Newbie. That didn't know anything that made a lot of mistakes so I would say that. It's my highlight. I like that and you tell the story. Quite a bit. About your first three properties they were two acres acres. Two hundred fifty bucks a piece so for thousand proof concept you know. And then maybe one day will be as good as Jeff J. B. Bein. Two hundred thousand plus dollar properties. So I don't know if I'll ever have that much money so we'll call. We appreciate. We really do appreciate you sharing coming so thank you thank you thank you. I'm a Paul from Fort. Worth and project wanted story exciting to see them. Put the data out and show how they're buying the property where the around the property. It's really great that they're willing to tell you. Know all the followers on the podcast. What they're buying how they're doing it. And putting that data out there for everybody see. They're not going to get to see as much as you. They're going to hear about it. They'll understand what project one is. But we're not gonNA give him the technicolor that y'all are going to get your special. You're one of the thirty five who are not gonNA say. Oh we did this and this and this for them. We're going to lay out the theme the high level. You'll get to see the details because you came. You were part of this team together. So that's that's lucky. We showed up today. Your and I appreciate your having that blind faith in us because we really didn't tell we there's a few people in this group that kind of had an idea but we didn't tell them everything and there was a couple of cynical people that I was like man. I really want this person to buy because if I can get their buying. It's going to be great and if I can get there by everybody else is going to be mind blowing so I appreciate that I really do appreciate you coming out and supporting us. So favourite worst moment in land mystic favorite moment like everyone else is buying a property at the right price. Put up a sign on the property and having the neighbor drive-by while you're trying to put the sign in the land and buy the property from you and still make good money on that deal. I like some of my best properties had been sold to neighbor. Go take the deals all day and I guess worse I sent out a letter and I guess another land. Investors got there before me by about a week. So He'd already sold the property the other land investor but he did sign purchase agreement. And send it back to. That was nice. Oh where was that at that was Oklahoma? Okay Okay and luckily I was on that website. You talked about Okay County records and he saw who owned it and luckily the other land investor was prompt and registering their deeds. So I saw. We didn't both by the same property twice in the same week. Wow that actually just happened to us on a project. One week happened to us on a project. One property we bought it was we signed warranty deed. He had the cashier's check. We left our notary left. He called telling us he needed his back. So guy sold the property to us. Sold it to another guy offer just a tiny bit more. He got confused. Thought we were the higher price. One shows up for closing signs. The paperwork takes the check. Notary Leaves Calls back and goes. I don't really know how to tell you this but I thought you guys with more expensive when I saw that someone else so need to get this money back to you. We say cool. Just get it back from the notre right there and he's like no you don't understand she's already left. I was like well. Technically we own the property you can. It's it's ours on conveyance. Right and Adam held US DEALING WITH HILDA. Shit together pretty well. I'm proud of him. He's double black belt. Didn't Kung Fu shop somebody so we appreciate that so we don't have that property. We gave the money back and got the deed back. Because that's the right thing to do then investor. He understands his hair on a deal and hopefully make some money cool. I'm Josh from Fort Worth I- Josh. Two things one is. It's we all kind of do the same thing but everybody has their own niche or does something a little different. It's kind of interesting to say. Just how everybody does a little bit different. You know in two. I'd say just to see how the games changing a little bit and Hauer reacting and doing things to to stay with that man. I appreciate that because that's a point. You know two thousand thirteen two thousand. Fourteen is a lot of courses. It come from that era. It's not today's market in the data that we're GONNA be able to provide the thirty five people in this group and we'll probably share some of those nuggets of wisdom with the other the podcast listeners. But you're going to see real time market data. There's no secret county lists that were avoiding or we're working through. Its Hey this is the market. This is what it's doing. This is what you need to prepare for. And if you can plan for that on the front side in you know on the front side you can adjust your business. Accordingly so Joshu are a lot of people know. You're a Jack County guy that we kind of kept quite on what your name is. Tell us about that subdivide. A little bit like quick one minute brief. What you think about it. What you what you've done with it and if you're you're glad you did that make subdivide. It's really good. It was eight hundred and thirty eight acres purchase price purchase price was one point. Seven five million okay. Two hundred thousand guys. He just big boys Ya. I got friends I got friends to. Yeah just remember that but the thing is you know by the time we built the road down payment on loan all that we were under four hundred K. And Okay next month. We close on four parcels. Those four alone will net as three hundred and five K and ten more to go nice. So even if you don't have the money it's not like you can't get it. You know a bank get it to your whatever and by the time you leverage it. It's there you know but still I think the I guess my favorite moment so far was probably my first mailer. I did GONNA make the most by far on that one. It's Kinda chasing that High Yup. Yup that's the Good Dope. So Josh we do appreciate you coming in and be involved in sharing that subdivide story. Because I think that's a lot of us as we grow into our businesses kind of where we wanna go or what we want to do. And that's the kind of the dream is. I'm going to be this big developer and Owen all these properties and being sell them and hold notes and make money for generations. And so we appreciate you sharing that with us. Thank you thank you eight Neil be good. It's not that GONNA show and you have to be quick new Palmquist. I'll be quick as I can. I'm from Myron New York. I really came here no expectations. I came 'cause Justin's a friend because my wife is very wise and she says he's made us enough money that really be cruel for me to not show up someday. I'm going to buy your course you don't need to buy fund all your deals. Neil now go ahead and buy up so you bet going through the room. The one thing that saw it was for the integrity. Here I mean you putting your money where your mouth is. You don't want to go into details. You WanNA release that but the amount of expenditure you put out to significant. There's no risk to know we appreciate that. We we really do. And that's kind of the point like when I told Adam the idea. He looked at me it him about a month to process what. I was telling him and I had a dream. I have a lot of dreamed. I gotTa go God cool. Let me forget about this. And hopefully he'll forget about it too but he didn't dream was here and we're here today so we appreciate you saying that we really do. And that's part of what this is the proof of concept we can tell you can give you success stories and people to do that all the time and Adam deals with this more than I do because he handles ourselves calls for the course and they're always calling two or three of the other big four you know they're always on the phone with them and so there are people are feeding them questions. We'll ask them who their big investors are the most success stories. I don't have to compete with you. I Tell You my success stories. Are The people around me that have impacted their lives their families and and done better whether you went through another education course first and then you worked with us. We help you in multiple ways whether it's consulting funding dill reviews actually teaching how to do this. We multiple ways. And that's what we're here to do. So if you've seen a mean before I love memes is you got the Cheetah and you've got the dogs racing in a Cheetah lays down in the the starting gate and the dogs take off running. Says she doesn't have to compete with you. You know. He doesn't have to prove these faster than a dog because he is so. That's we appreciate you saying that. Neil favorite moment lane investing start with the worst. Now now just positive. GimMe favorite going to sack probably The one property I was able to walk. Is that the Bob Ross. One that I put in Hashtag Bob. Ross didn't paint this. Yeah okay probably it's so Allegany County New York. I didn't want to do anything nearby. My Home I finally did and You all these properties who buy and sell never able to walk one so there I am. I wanted to make sure I was air before sunrise. Got Their bright and early. Walk that property for two hours taking lots of pictures and as I'm leaving the property. There's someone leaning against my car. He bought it. And that's a great one. It was a beautiful property to some of the pictures that come back that we've used for advertising because you're taking up with your phone so it's but they look the quality of the colors of the leaves at the time of year the time you're there the sun it just all worked it was. It was really beautiful. The one with the fog rolling and it looks like water. Yeah Yeah Yeah. There's a bunch of good pictures in her. No you did a great job at that. And I'm glad we could help you fund it closed so cool thank you Matt Werner from Carlisle Pennsylvania. Uh Thoughts on project. One that to see how you guys run..

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"l. myron new york" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

11:13 min | 1 year ago

"l. myron new york" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Byline. He's a retired switch hitting outfielder. Who Played All or part of thirteen seasons with Tampa Bay the mariners the giants the Yankees Baltimore Saint Louis then? He played his college ball at Santa Clara University and made his Major League debut back in nineteen ninety eight with the Tampa Bay devil rays at that first of all randy. Eddie you grew up in Los Angeles. Tell me a little bit about growing up down there. Well I was born in Southern California Los Angeles We spent about three two years there. my father worked for IBM so he was in sales and and moved around a little bit. And we had a brief stop in Arlington Texas area before before coming to the bay area so even though I was born in La. I am a northern California guy. Down at Santa Clara. Eric Course at one time they used to have a college football program. Tell me a little bit about their college baseball program. Well I was fortunate. The played With some really good college players and we have a good team we we snuck into the top twenty five one year But you know I look back at my college days and I think it's like any level sports whether it's little the League or professional you remember the guy's not really you know you remember some games but it's it's the guys it's the personality is the the people that you spend time with and I know you played basketball down there as well and you had a pretty good teammate. Down there everybody about him. Yeah he turned out to do. Okay Steve Mass Yeah Tried of Victoria British Columbia. Yeah he's by teammate. There at Santa Santa Clara and you know went on to have just an amazing professional career and Catcher by a couple of MVP's and then ultimately ultimately being inducted into the pro basketball hall of fame but Hard extremely hard worker Nice guy and you know it goes to show that even though you might not be the biggest highschool recruits hard work. That's it the little grit and skill and you can go a long ways you know. It's very interesting. I think that Pro Athletes and you have been a pro athlete of course in baseball but you can read athletes other athletes. You can see things in them that indicate to you how how good they're going to be. Tell me about what you saw in Steve. Well pay people that over time. Did I think that you know he would turn out to be the as as good as he was in I. I don't know that that anybody necessarily all that but When he was in college I didn't think that there there wasn't any any reason for him that he couldn't play in the NBA? And and do well and I think the thing that sets him apart other than being really really talented great floor sense just an undeniable winning and team spirit It's an extremely hard worker. That he he worked on his craft tourney worked on his craft and even when he got the level of being an all star continued working coming up with new ways to get open new ways to get other teammates opened. I just finding new ways to expand his game but not lose what you know. It's very interesting because everybody gets labeled a particularly when it comes to sports and you mentioned about him coming from Canada and then. I don't think anybody really thought he would turn out to be the basketball player. Was it the same way with you you to some degree now. I know you were drafted in the third round. So you obviously showed some talent there. But what about the labeling aspect for Steve the labeling aspect for Randy win when it came to sports when when we were sitting on our couch back at Santa Clara I don't think either of or anybody else for that matter. Thought that You know we would have turned out that such you know successful professional careers Ba but you're right. I Steve was offered one college scholarship out of Canada. I was offered zero so You know both of us were really flew under the radar as Eichel athletes. And I think the thing thing that we have in common is Determination and hard work you know and I talk to kids and tell them my story I tell him hey. My story is a boring story. Korea of hard work you know I really put in a lot of time and the batting cage and working on my craft and my hitting and just looking for ways to become. I'm a bit better baseball player on the daily basis. Tell me who was it. That really kind of took you underneath their wing when you were young to help you maybe overcome some of the challenges that you might have had growing up. Well you know when I talk about role models. I think that the first two people I always talk about our my parents. They're the ones onset instill the you know Har- The hard work They're the ones that said you know. We need to focus on school there. There's no sports torches out Without doing in school and they instilled in me too hard work the passion and the drive to be a successful human being not necessarily early baseball player. So you know all of my early stories and ups and downs that usually involve them. You were selected in the third round sixty fifth overall. We're all in the ninety five draft by the Florida. Marlins where did you know about that organization Randi well not a whole lot during expansion organization at that time China and You know I I didn't know a whole lot about them And I was nonetheless excited for the opportunity to go play professional baseball but it was a little bit different. You know if you get drafted by Los Angeles dodgers New York Yankees You know some of the teams at that time. who had a lot longer lineage? Any edge you know you you could relate to the stars ask the the Marlins at that time and then have that. So is a brand new situation a brand new organization and not only was I trying to crap my identity. As a professional baseball player. They were trying to crop their identity. As Professional Sports Franchise Talk. You know it's interesting you bring that up. Because I've said over the years Randy that every organization has a personality you think about the players that were in the dodgers organization of the giants organization. You know they mold those young players in a particular way but when you have an expansion franchise and you had the same thing when you were then taken by Tampa Bay. They're trying trying to find their way along. What was that like? How do you mold a philosophy? In a professional sports that will be successful for that team. Well AH honestly it takes time. And you know the the franchise that you talked about. I talked about the dodgers the Yankees. It's a long history of wins wins and losses and ups and downs and the players. That come through and I think baseball like a lot of other sports is you. Pass down the knowledge that You know your veterans and the guys that played the game before you get to you and you know if if you're a brand new team you don't have that so I I never made the the big league with the Marlins so it's I can't really discuss you know the culture for the big leagues but in the Minor Leagues. We had some exceptional instructors. The the thing that really jumped out to me about my time with the Florida Marlins at that time was our instructors in the minor leagues and how they took time and They really did a good job. Having you know all the different tools whether it's hitting base running out in Enfield You you got a lot of work and a lot of reps in those and I think they didn't outstanding job and player development again. I was just GONNA say. There was an extension the expansion draft in ninety seven. and that's where Tampa Bay took you. What did you find in that organization? Then well the difference with Tampa I. I went to the big league and the way that they crafted. Their big league roster was through the expansion draft in for those people who aren't familiar with that You got to draft one player. Basically off each team and so there's a lot of people coming to that or well. Actually everybody in that organization at that time was coming from other organizations teams in nineteen eighteen ninety eight. I was fortunate to play with Wade Boggs Fred McGrath. Guys that have had really long story careers and so we we had a real interesting mix and so they were trying to do. It's kind of By piecing together roster from players from other teams. Yeah I was just thinking that when you have an expansion team roster what you've got is you've got the older player that other teams didn't feel. They had an upside on. And then you've got the the younger players who are still trying to prove themselves and then in between you Kinda got a gap. Don't you randy. Yeah we did we did. We I I would say are starting lineup at that time in nineteen ninety eight was made up of Really extremely veteran got the two guys that I mentioned John on Slavery Kevin Stocker. You know to to name a couple of other guys had a lot of big league time And then kind of below that it was. It was all the young guys that really didn't have any big league time cigarette right. There was kind of a gap of you know. Call it middle their career type Major League player. You were a switch hitter and I've always been fascinated by switch hitters as a young kid that That was a pitcher. They used to drive me nuts because I could not pitch to them. Tell me about developing that skill set for baseball but I I didn't start switch hitting until after I got drafted Went to short season. A ball with the Florida marlins playing an l.. Myron New York went out and had a pretty good season. I was proud of myself I done well and at the end of that season are head of minor leagues. His name was John Boles. He came into town and he sat me down and he said Randy we want you to switch and I said well why I and he said this is a tool. A crap in is not only going to help your career. But it's going to prolong your career. And I said well those are two really good reasons. And so I went into instructional league and you know basically learned how to switch it. I mean I I had hit playing baseball nice. The Front of my House with my brother imitating stances left-handed writing. But I'd never really done it in games that much so it's It took a lot of hard work. A lot of reps in the cage and You know it was almost like starting from scratch from an ability to handle certain pitches and put those balls in play and then I switch around the other side and I really struggled with that early on. Yeah I was just going to say I would think it is. You've got to break down everything you know about hitting and just put it out you know..

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"l. myron new york" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"l. myron new york" Discussed on WTVN

"Friday March the twenty ninth and just kind of some oddball stuff seems like Fridays. Always bring us some oddball stuff Joseph Toko. He lives in Myron New York. He was arrested earlier this month, he stole a little Debbie delivery truck. But he didn't eat one thing. Not a zebra cake. Not a nutty bar NADA. Nothing. Don't get caught up. Please caught up with them twenty minutes into the joy Reid. He said he took the truck to visit his family and friends. He was charged with felony possession of stolen property in the third degree. But his breath was clear of delicious little w munchies who would have thought spring break. A lot of people say spring break is what it's about politics partee? Well, Florida cops are now telling drinkers they're going to have to try a little harder harder sheriff's office Okaloosa county posted a photo of sunscreen bottles, along with the caption, spring, break fact hiding vodka in your sunscreen bottle only works if you don't let a deputy see you drink out of it. What's weird about the story is alcohol is permitted in the areas beaches, just no glass, and of course, they don't put up with underage drinking. So you don't have to try so hard just be of age and. No glass, and you're good to go. It's not every day. You stumble upon a volt in your place of work. But at Harry carries restaurant in Chicago. The owner says he found an underground vault that could potentially contain a mobsters missing money. Grant reporter says he was clearing out some unused space in the corner of the basement when he spotted what appeared to be a doorway in the brick wall. He said it was closed up with newer bricks. He says the building once belonged to mobster Frank the enforcer Nydia and his wife who took over after Al Capone when the infamous mob boss went to prison so deported hoping to find what's behind the wall without tearing it down. I he says he's going to maybe see if you can get one of those ultrasound machines to come in and take a peek back there. And if there's something there he might get into it. If not might just leave it alone. I'm with you, Tom. I think I would get the sledge hammer out and start walking because if there is some potential goodies in there, I want to see it. I know campe's geeked about opening day. Scott yesterday was wearing his red jersey. So lot of people into it. A couple of off beats Bluejays right hander Elvis Luchino. Now the first. Major league baseball player born in the twenty first century he turned nineteen. So he's the youngest of the gang in there. And don't don't know if you were able to tear away from the Indians or the reds, but the dodgers set a major league baseball opening day record last night. They hit eight dinger's they defeated the Diamondbacks. Twelve to five in his debut with the Phillies, Bryce Harper. Got three standing ovations from the sellout crowd. And was also booed twice after strikeouts. That's like he's the big money guy who struck out boo show. He did a little dance a little blue glue in the outfield. Tears on that Phillies defeated the Braves tend to four we'll have more sports..

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"l. myron new york" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"l. myron new york" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"You're better on your bike basic policy starting at seventy five dollars a year today at progressive dot com. Progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates. Available in all states. The Dennis Prager show. Weekdays at nine right before Sebastian Gorka at noon on eight sixty AM the answer. everybody we have a new affiliate Dennis Prager show. Very exciting to me. I love it. For now. Live in L. Myron New York on news talk twelve thirty and fourteen fifty W E N Y, and we are also us to new affiliates and both both the New York state. New York state needs it. All right. Okay. About the crowd. Go down in Salamanca, New York. The patriot one hundred point five FM and fifteen ninety AM WG G. Folks. Welcome to the show. This is the intention of my program is that you.

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"l. myron new york" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"l. myron new york" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

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"l. myron new york" Discussed on The Confessionals

The Confessionals

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"l. myron new york" Discussed on The Confessionals

"But guess what he's what he's wearing these to being out. So I'm happy about that. Anyway. So the third one you ready for the third one. Yeah. That's do. Go ahead. All right, man. So this one I was in my good friend. Her name's Jennifer. I was inter house and she had a build on right like a patio build on. And that's where we used the party. And no, I wasn't alone Ernie thing. But that's where we hang out, drink fears. And yes, it was California. But we working on. I need to make that clear 'cause you know, you smoke that California Potman he'll thing. But so I'm we're in in her little bedroom thing back up thing that she built and I was blinking. Tar. Right. I think some other hits and playing or whatever and jamming and all of a sudden the door open this shut never mothers. What we hear the store opening shot, and we hear blank Bonk and about and you can't see from the door. Because of so much stuff cabinets and stuff. We have blown Faulk you the creeks of of the the floor moving land Brandt, Frank. And I swear to you, right? When it's about to be around the corner. Oh, my goodness nothing. There we got. So scared. She knew arouses on that by her great-grandma and her father and shows used to tell me that. And so I ended up walking in the house. And after I'm sorry. I heard a Bouche in the other room we walk into the house. Me. I so I'm seeing she. Box of Oreos spended. In there, and then drop now, I wanna know how the heck that happens inside. So that's just you know. And so that freak is out Baid, let's say I left, and I think I went and got some vodka to that. But you know, it was I was done. I was done never went back. I think that I was scared. Look big Bigfoot. You can see it. Right. Goes. You can't see it. You know, what they're gonna do. Anyway, the same time. It's so fascinating, isn't it? Yeah. No. I think all this stuff is fascinating anything from krypton to paranormal stuff to extraterrestrial to whatever. I just even even the idea of hunting down lost ancient, you know, cities and archaeology like all this kind of stuff. The mystery of things is what really draws me in. So that's why I love hearing these different kinds of stories because it's just it's very mysterious. And I feel like I haven't had anything like that happened to me my life. So I can do is listen to other people's stories. Well, I'm not far from you, man. And I'm gonna tell you there's a lot of Green Mountain from L Myron New York, the where you are man. Let's go find some big foot. Yeah. You know, it's it's if I ever actually haven't Bigfoot encounter. I would share it on the show. And I I would hope that people would believe me because you know, I'm not really looking to..

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"l. myron new york" Discussed on Classic Races

Classic Races

09:06 min | 3 years ago

"l. myron new york" Discussed on Classic Races

"That elect. I come in time. They've been latte me. I an outside head, mid one extra lap, but you know, designer respect for the other driving. I have. Expert will die, which is through this week. Right? Well, he's out of the race. We are seeing an awful lot of early pitstops Bobby hill and junior in just a moment ago, Greg sacks is on pit road along with Dale Jarrett has rusty Wallace continues as the race leader sending a pretty torrid pace at this point, other cars or laying back just a bit further Terry Labonte for one Jim Phillips, their problem with his car. He does biding his time talk to Colonel Richard Jackson. He said that Terry has just fallen back just a bit because he thinks that the pace is going for the brakes would not hold out. So he's fallen back to rutta cover pace where the brakes won't hold the end of this race. And right now, as the leader crosses the star finish line, there is an interval of three point one, two seconds between rusty Wallace and Mark Martin. So indeed, rusty Wallace setting pace around here that the rest of the teams are find awfully hard to live with four awhile. Just a moment ago, John l. exander the l. Myron New York driver, which the garage area and see if Gary Montgomery's caught up with him. John nearby Almira, hoping for good showing. But unfortunately, the garage is not the place to do it with. Wrong with the number zero four. We lost a valve cover gaskets, oil down, ma'am, pools create smoking jacket. The motor, so they're working on trying to get back in. Absolutely. They're going to get us back in. We'll take it around the Adele solve the problem force. John Zander we'll be back at a series of unscheduled stops for Jimmy means in the alka seltzer car. Davey Allison is also one car hard into the wall. That's sexy, smacks outside retaining wall goes into the tires. The car went up about five feet into the air and now is come to rest wheels down. The crews are beginning to come to the scene of the yellow flag out here in turn by, but it was an awfully hard shot. Greg sacks came into the corner, got a little bit sideways got tires off to the inside of the race track and the car literally shot to the left hand side of the track. Drivers left all the way up and went straight into the tyre wall. Once again, cruise around the scene break. Sachs's car has come to arrest. It has put us under caution a full course caution here at lap number sixteen again, Greg sacks having problems over intern number five. And as we were saying, Jimmy means has been in for an extended stay on pit road. Dick, he's got an oil lake similar to what is n. while ago, the other cars have. There's oil run out of the car like about cover blown out the breeders they'll Derek came in while ago. Leonard woods Senate, he had a flat tire, but it went flat right in the front straightaway to go all the way around lost an awful lot of time changing. Let's cautious got to be a break for an awful lot of drivers that were getting to fall way back behind the leader, losing an awful lot of time. And I imagine the pit road is going to be a busy place here in just a few moments. Again, were under the first caution flag the afternoon happened when Greg sacks had a problem over in turnover five for update there. Let's go back to free at Armstrong. Well, you could see it coming on as he came down the straightaway, Greg sacks had to get on the brakes really hard. The car drifted out to the outside of the racetrack. He got a couple of wheels off their got her straightened around and then started down the hill. Now this turn is where Jeff would I had a problem last year he did about the same thing in a different place, the car just shot straight off the racetrack. When you get off here in turn five, you hit the grass and there's no scrubbing off speed. It almost seems like you gain speed as you come off the corner, Greg sacks got the right side wheels off on the berm here shot up to the left side of the racetrack off onto the grass. It's about twenty five feet over the retaining wall. He hit the wall. At some eighty to ninety miles an hour, the car shot up into the air and came back down on its wheels. Now, since we came back, rake, Sex's climbed out of his car, they put him into the ambulance and transported him away. But he got out of the car under his own power. Right now, they're putting out a small fire, small grass flyers. A lot of fluid is coming out of the machine. The safety crews are on the scene. They have the fire, put out there just about set to put it on the plateau just about everyone has elected to come out of it. Let's go to Jim Phillips rusty Wallace the first car, and they go to the left side version and our out of the right side of the change all four tires. This eighth, the Dale Earnhardt group, four tires, Terry Labonte Mark part Geoff. Bodine's in Bill Eliot is in jerick open, Michael Waltrip all four tires and gasoline. Dick Brooks was the first car in here. They got him back down on four tire. In the car? No, dick, John. This card robber also goes dyers and what is going to try to check retires had been racetrack this off a good time to out. At a driver change affected in the Big Apple market machine. Dave Marcus has helped from the car. He is replaced by Jim solder of Nicosia Wisconsin will go the rest of the way in that blue and white machine. We are currently working the first full course caution of the afternoon at came out to lapse ago and Greg sacks Lambda off the course turn. Five were now on lap number eighteen. Pitstops continue for some Ernie. Urban has returned from the garage area. The Kodak film. Chevrolet is back on the track with j d mcduffie. Now in for service. Likewise, the Jerry o.'neil and Jim sought her cars. Meanwhile, there's a bit of added action down near the Michael Waltrip pit area. Let's get an update from Jim Phillips. We have a crewman down. Ally was struck in this last series of pitstops. He is down. He's moving around the -mergency personnel. Are here getting ready to move him and transporting to the medical center, and we'll keep you posted there as we get any more information from pit road on that situation. Rusty. Wallace is being posted as the leader. Dale Earnhardt is being shown in second. Mark. Martin would be third, apparently, Bill, Elliott, fourth and looked like KENNY'S right around out the top five Davey Allison who had pitted just prior to the caution is being shown on the tail end of the lead lap. Let's check with Gary Montgomery in the garage Harry Hyde and his driver. Bobby yellow was in for an extended stop, but was the problem here. We had a tired in shucks some stuff loose on the left side. We'll put it back together. It equalize done a a lot of braiding over and it does. Oh, shucks. Some of the break knocks and stuff, lose everything. Okay. Now what looks pretty good now? Harry Hyde watching his driver. Bobby Hillen. Remember at Sears point back in June, it was Bobby hill and who had a strong fifth place finish in the road race there. And that kind of turned the season around as far as the Snickers Buick racing team is concerned to will get a further update on Helen situation as our after noon continues. Let's check back on pit road with Jim Phillips still working on the crew member for Michael Waltrip. As a matter of fact, they're trying to turn him over now to get ready for a stretcher of the personnel still working with him and we'll keep you posted the all information. We could pass along to your right now. As we said, we will keep you abreast as soon as we get anything else on the injured crewman as to his condition and an identity on who it is. At this point, the scoreboard heared Watkins. Glen is posting and well could be Irv hair as the race leader. The driver from PRI, Illinois pitted a couple of laps before everybody else. He pitted on lap number. Fourteen he and Jimmy means came together on that lap, and then everybody else pitted on lap eighteen in the aftermath of the caution. So Irv hair is being shown at this moment as the race leader ahead of rusty Wallace Dale Earnhardt and Mark Martin, yes, dick day Marcus here. Dave navy got get out of the car in house your leg doing by the wet dick. My leg is doing excellent. I do have the doctor's permission to dry the entire race. However, I just feel wouldn't be thing to do if I was to get involved in an accident and nessa good progress on a hat in it and Alaska five leaks. It's doing excellent. I plan on going the whole race at Michigan. What I just feel like here it's better to put Jim in the car. Everything's gone small. We're running along real well. All right. Well, good luck to you. Look Michigan. Thank you. That's where of course, our microphones will be next weekend at the Michigan International Speedway who've been. Acing double header for you next weekend on Saturday. Actually, if you wanna stretch it a bit too tripleheader because next Saturday, we've got our Bush polls show beginning at one o'clock eastern time, followed almost immediately by the Michigan, two hundred for the Arca permit Tech's series. Many of you around the country might have printed schedules from your local MR in affiliate and will not be listing the Michigan, two hundred. The way the Arcus have been going this year. The competition have been so strong. We have added this race to the schedule, the Michigan, two hundred at one forty, five eastern time. Next Saturday afternoon from Michigan International Speedway, then Sunday afternoon, one week from today, the champion spark plug four hundred beginning at twelve noon eastern time. The ticket office is open will also remind you if you're in the area on Thursday evening hour this week in NASCAR, television show will be from the an arbiter, Marriott Ann Arbor, Michigan. So we left to see there today. We're bringing you live coverage of the Budweiser at the Glen in this broadcast is brought to you on your exclusive radio rights.

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"l. myron new york" Discussed on What It Takes

What It Takes

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"l. myron new york" Discussed on What It Takes

"She knew she had all the qualifications but come on what were the chances it were small they were pretty pretty darn small there about eight thousand of us who applied and out of that an asset nasa fixed thirty five of us to be the the first a space shuttle astronaut class will pick up the sally right story in a few minutes but let's get to island college she was born in nineteen 56 just five years after sally ride but born into much humbler circumstances in a little town called elmir myron new york aisling colin started thinking about the space program in fourth grade when she ridden issue of junior scholastic magazine with a feature called something like pro and con should denied it states fund the space and i read the two articles and it was totally obvious to me pro of course we're going to spend money on space would we don't know anything about it we we wanna learn about we want to send people in space we want to go to the moon we wanna learn about the universe that we live it so i became very pro space back then alba astronauts were men but they were still my role models and i very much locked up to them i would read articles about them in their family and their children what they did before they became astronauts which was mostly flying through the military in being test pilots for the military so that's what i wanted to do but i never told anyone that because i was a young girl in i know they would have just said.

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