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"lacob" Discussed on REALITY OF REALITY
"It. Yeah like i. I would kinda dub it like the blackfish of backed like you know after that out. I mean you know so. Many businesses and celebrities terminated their relationship with seaworld. And you know that really had like a negative Know negative on that business. I think like there's un's of other docs out there. Whether against the whether it's britney spears or trayvon martin. Lee winning incite change in dots. Special place. I think the audiences just love that on because they get to feel like they played a real role in changing side. I think i asked this question to Courtney saxton over at cnn at kinda applies to youtube. Because you're able to to do what she's doing. Do you have a white whale or like something that you're dying to do. A doc on doc series on and it's like if i could just get the right so i could just get the access like something that you're chasing not that i could probably admit on podcast But but like millions was one that i would have loved to have done like i remember when the articles broke And i think of something outside and that is going to be a killer dog or killer series and kudos to you know unrealistic in each bureau for you know for getting that off the grounds. That was a great series last year. But that's one. I would have loved to have done as far as what are the whales like probably candidate on this. Show that the right. That's the right answer. And lastly you know you mentioned scripted. Which i know you did some When you were at spike is like what's the biggest other than the obvious which is scripted. immerses docker non scripted. What's the biggest difference in terms of. The world is so few people in our have gotten to do both in. That's on my bucket. List is to is to hopefully dab some of the stuff. I'm doing scripted. But i feel pretty much in the dark about like how it all works other than you know. It seems like it takes full day to get a scene down. We can do like five scenes in a day or whatever so for you. What was the biggest difference. Good or bad in terms of Dipping your toe in that all getting some really you know inside access to it. Yeah i think the stakes are bigger. I mean it's bigger budgets. Bigger money more on the line for for the successor failures of those of those projects I think that was you know in a lotta ways when you think. It's just conscious content on netflix. Like you know queen's queens is next to in my octopus teacher so the consumers it feels like it's the same but just the money involved just so much bigger. And i think the pressure is just there to deliver hits a little bit more You know i was. I was fortunate enough to work with jeremy. Be spike in conscripted and really concrete. The scratch and you know we did a a huge budget Project called tied on surveying kingsley. Where we you know. Revisiting bill to a set of egypt in the moroccan desert Which was pretty amazing to To be a part of Which is the stakes. Stakes are bigger and the people are the personalities bigger. So you know coming into the rooms were just you know massive personalities or writers or directors with big egos You know. I think those are also just challenges to navigate of this the relationships like hey the nonfiction side also has.
"lacob" Discussed on REALITY OF REALITY
"Bleeds over to real life And maybe that's all as a nasa are enough said okay dog. Look i i look. I love john. I've got i get along with really well But i think so you stayed at spiked and then know through the rebranding paramount. So that was how many years total was. The whole experience was while. I think it was about eight years. Maybe you get todd on earth or over around there. Yeah so. I kind of was was there for many regimes. Many shifts on programming tastes in. When i came into spike it was they. Were just trying to get out of the young male demo and you know things like bar rescue. I think really helped. Elevate the network Get a you know. A wider demographic attracts to women. And then i also worked in scripted with sharon there and then also sort of brought the docs to spike answer. Paramount as well. So i got to see from the eight years of their shifts in brand shifting logo shift in demographic shift in network so It was a pretty good experience and one of the shows that you worked on When it became paramount became a really big. Loaded critically acclaimed series. The trayvon martin story. I would love to hear I think chachi talked a little bit about it on our podcast. So yeah what was your. Were you there when it came in with jay z. Had all that happen. I mean at spite we adjust on time weekly router story which peabody got a lot of attention actually caused an incited some real change in york with the planned closure of of rikers and looking for the foul up for them you know. We approached basically the same team who had just gone on the rights to His parents book You know. Jenner jenner julia. I we had roc nation. We sort of had the same team to put the band back together so to speak and it really does made sense as in the mazing. Follow up on to the broader story to tell another story That was about someone else that is is equally as important and has played a tremendous role in the fight for policy and social justice So even that was an amazing experience. I mean i went down to to miami at some point in and participated and That sort of trayvon's rally as we marched through the neighborhood and it was really just a pretty astounding site just a special site to see the community. Rallying together you know. In in his honor of his of his birthday As a series so compelling. So well done you know again. The filmmakers just kicked out of the park.
"lacob" Discussed on REALITY OF REALITY
"This like world. News tonight. I think it was called which was on at like two. Am and i was like as a twenty year old. I just couldn't imagine working on an overnight shift. So i turned it down but as luck would have it ended up at. Cbs news. And i did this amazing program there with the police do one of the units and placed in the documentary unit. Cbs news productions And i ended up working on an episode of biography for peter on peter boyle and that was just an amazing who ran has in bret alexander. ran the unit. And i worked for this amazing producer calf new job. Not where she is now but she was an incredible boss And really gave me the leeway to kind of basically make that episode my own which was pretty cool. Is that where you started to get the bug for. Longer form and doc the bug for that i loved working on that and then i also at the same time because i was twenty years old. Wanted to work at mtv. And i was like. I kept applying there. I kept applying there and eventually got the call. And i had actually left. Cbsn's working in promos you say now. We're very briefly. And i quit that job to go to mtv where i worked on the first couple of seasons of made.
"lacob" Discussed on REALITY OF REALITY
"Because i always think like who has the time who has the time hundred percent and i think people especially now in love with these Con stories whether it's like make millions or tiger king the You know the audiences are just eating them up. They are so another thing that you guys have done which just launched his documentary plus which is also really exciting. So talk a little bit about that. how we can find out more about it. Also yes so. We launched duck plus just a few weeks ago. It's an ad supported platform really available anywhere. You download and watch content. So we're on connected televisions run ios android on the web on apple tv roku etcetera. And what we're trying to really build is a brand within the documentary community and a place for nonfiction fans lovers to content so we've been creating An amazing selection of films over the last few months Everything from award winners Festival favorite films by up and coming. Filmmakers you know in really diverse films that are you know some maybe more comedic leaning some that were music leading. Some that are sosa. Justice political historical You name it. We're trying to build a platform where there's something for everyone to watch Shorts features. And i think eventually will probably do some series as well. I didn't realize the time roker. That's great because i'm a girl. So i will be downloading immediately. So you do so many. That's like your life do you watch any scripted. Just carrying If you a hundred percent. I mean it's funny. I'm one of those executives and producers. Who doesn't really like reality. I have many that word anymore. Of course i have. My court shows like i love survivor. Like i've never missed an episode. But i'm mostly off and scripted. Watcher of always just always been that way So recently i've been watching things like a flight attendant on spill thought was just super fun. didn't take itself too. Didn't take itself seriously. So i love that I really loved you know. I still watch. Shameless also watching the last season of of shameless. Right right now. i'm just curious. How after twelve season eleven seasons that will end I as i said. I love marvel so like juan division. I'm watching the servant on on apple pretty a widespread of like scripted stuff. I watch it yeah. I watched a ton of feature movies..
"lacob" Discussed on REALITY OF REALITY
"Who was an editor on the great hack and is a really fantastic filmmaker And it's about the nuns in los angeles who essentially took on Took on the vatican When in the sixties when they felt like they wanted to do some reform and and really kind of shake loose a little bit of of i think the restrictions of of the cloth And it's just really great retrospective story on on what these rebel nuns actually actually did at the filmmaker have archival for that or was it mostly interviews with the nuns. That are still around yet. It was everything. i mean. Great archival milwaukee the nuns have since past But several some of them are still alive. He all them. Some of them to the women's march for few years back And just the archival was. I is pretty incredible. And that's two films. We also had this really great immersive film called us that one award at at at at sundance. And it's kind of like this. This poetic ode to this intersection of tech and humanity. What it means for us all. And i think when the pandemic is over it's one of those films that i think will play really really well on the big screen. Wow that sounds exciting. Yeah and.
"lacob" Discussed on REALITY OF REALITY
"I just wanna talk about a few of the things. I've been watching this past week. I watched the hbo max documentary. No i in threesome. So this is a really hard dr talk about. Honestly i don't think you can talk about it. Without spoiling it. So i will just say i was not sure where it was going and i was watching with my husband. We weren't really sure honestly we were going to finish. It was kinda like what is this. And then it's worth watching till the end. That's all i'll say so we'll leave it at that I did start watching the crime scene vanishing the hotel on netflix. And then i just got distracted. But i would probably go back to that. I know people liking it online Finished your honor. The showtime scripted series. The season finale was last night. And it was good. I was a nail biter till the end so i did enjoy it. It was a little bit of a slog. But i really got into it. Lastly i i watched something that you guys are not gonna be able to watch quite yet for about another week. But i cannot wait for this series allen versus pharaoh which is about woody allen and mia farrow and everything about everything. You know Dylan's abuse and The sunnis stuff i. It's it's unbelievable. I got early screeners. Because i'm hoping to be able to interview the filmmakers really hope. That happens if that doesn't happen. I'm going to cover it in some way because it absolutely blew me away. I'll tell you now in advance It's it's a four parter comes out on the twenty-first you must must must watch the series. I have a feeling it's going to be explosive and be even bigger than britney in terms of the cultural conversation so now onto my guest. Justin lake up has the dream job of many people in our industry. He is the head of development for exterior and there are studio that helps filmmakers on their journeys to get their films made whether that's financing or providing expertise in distribution they. Do they do it all. They just also co-founded documentary plus which just launched. It's sort of like the net flex documentaries. I just checked it out and intend to be using it. It's really really great for people like us who love docs. Justin is a veteran producer. He got started on old school. Reality competition shows like america's top model. We talk all about that and he has funny little tidbit on tyra banks. So i'm sort of obsessed with. He ended up on the network side. It's spike which later became paramount and oversaw a gazillion episodes of bar. Rescue their hit. Show that still going now. And when spike became paramount he was an executive producer with jay z. On the emmy nominated doc series. Rest empower the trayvon martin story who's also on gone forgotten women which was directed by academy award nominated filmmaker joe berlinger who incidentally directed the seaside hotel documentary. Hey justin welcome. Hey thanks so much for having me. I really appreciated. It's my pleasure. You are in canada. We allowed to disclose your location or is it like you're in a bunker somewhere. Oh yeah no. I'm currently in. Yeah currently in vancouver normally based in la currently vancouver just writing out some of the quarantine which is the best thing i think he made the bascom at one hundred percent i mean like it like the covert levels here are so much lower than in los angeles and really like my family and i could just be free frolicking in the woods and it's been a lot of fun so far. Mary very jealous. So i always start my podcast. By saying how i know my guest and actually racking my brain yesterday. I don't know if you'll remember this..
Interview With Jack Conte And Sam Yam
"At some point you might get tired of hearing me say that every great business idea often starts as a problem in need of a solution but one reason i keep coming back to. This is the sheer almost stupid. Simplicity of it. It's an equation. You explain to a six year. Old frustration equals idea. Equals action equals solution. Think about jamie semenov who worked out of his garage. He needed to see who was at the front door when the doorbell rang to decide whether to get up and opened the door or stay so he built a video doorbell for himself and then he turned it into a business called ring. Melissa butler couldn't find bolden bright lipstick colors so she created her own and then turned that idea into a business called the lip bar. Mike radan nba had to bike seventeen miles to high school so to make that journey easier. He turned his bike into an electric bike. And that idea eventually became rad. Power bikes and jack conte's problem. It was a problem that at first glance doesn't seem that problematic back in two thousand nine. He and his then girlfriend. Now wife natalie formed a band called pablo moose and in september of that year they released a cover version of beyond says ladies and they made a video to go with it. Video got billions of views and their youtube channel blew up. They were doing media interviews and selling some of their music on i tunes so you're probably wondering what was the problem. Well having lots of followers and viewers doesn't necessarily translate into a sustainable business especially after all the middlemen take their cut. So jack set out to solve this problem and he wondered. Is there a way for artists to make their art. In a sustainable way without a big record label or publisher or studio backing them and the answer he came up with is patriotic. Patriot is a platform that connects artists with their most passionate fans. Fans who willingly pay a monthly subscription to support their favorite artists since its launch in two thousand thirteen patriotic has attracted about two hundred thousand creators including some names that you might know like youtuber jackson bird or the musician beardie man or the podcast chapo trap house but mostly patriotic help support people. You've never heard of ukulele teachers. Graphic artists film reviewers science fiction. Writers fantasy footballers and that sort of how its creators. jack conte and sammy am envisioned. It for starters both salmon. Jack had creative instincts from very early on. Jack grew up in the bay area where he was fascinated with puppetry and loved making his own animations. Sam grew up in pittsburgh where he worked as a waiter at his parents restaurant and actually really loved programming. His calculator and from a young age both of them were also really into music. Sam played classical. Piano and jack started out playing jazz in fact their mutual love of music might be why they were paired up as roommates when they started their freshman year at stanford in two thousand. Two here's jack. I think it was just one of those relationships that that was relatively. I mean at least saying my recollection. It was like easy like it doesn't it didn't take a lot of work. We just kind of it. Just kind of worked. Yeah i think we also had a easygoing humor to to us that we found. Maybe some of the same lacob type things funny and The same friend groups that eventually brought over I think really resonated with me too. So what were you studying in college. chocolate let's start with you. I studied music. You know my whole life. I've been on the arts. Had kind of been like the side thing. But i was on the you know the science and math kind of track. grown up and I love physics in high school. I thought i wanted to be a physical measure when i got to college and then I remember getting to this like the next level of physics. And i was sitting in a class and i think movies often show you like one. Moment of realization in life is rarely like that life is usually like a slow burn. But this was really one moment realization for me sitting in this class whereas like this is not what i wanna do and I just. I was just thinking about songs. I was thinking about music theory class. I was thinking about other things. And that's where my brain was going. And i didn't wanna do physics and i. I remember like sitting on a bench after that physics class for probably forty five minutes. I just sat there and just thought about what that meant for me. Because i was i was. It was kind of a one of those moments in college that feels pivotal
"lacob" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"I remember is him chasing me into that what are you going to say nothing I don't want to talk about it yeah like I don't know that's all I know now get out of here let me alone just let me know who I'm I think I've been waiting here in this tactic for over an hour I thought you were never coming back longer than I expected see how downtown rubber corner of fourth and fifth ranked did you find out any lying is lying about one I'm not sure it's almost as if you were taking the blame to protect somebody else he wouldn't do that I wouldn't think so either but that's the way it looks another thing it doesn't seem to be the actual shooting is lying about what is it I don't know he doesn't make sense there's something wrong somewhere Mr was that kid we brought down the click the one that the one about the cop last night and as is the one Hey you know it's a funny thing I almost seen at practice but I mean you're almost out of habit my territory you know I picked you up on a couple of blocks away a sign around well like I was saying I drove through the street with a kid Joe Lacob on half an hour before it happened about three thirty at once what are the papers at the cops body was found about four o'clock and I went through a lot happen now before you show your drug through that same block on major street this morning at three thirty sure I'm sure I picked up a fan right after that and I got it down in my book three eight thirty seven maybe what's what's wrong and not just take our money but also to manage in ten years I am so sorry about that I was horrified when they found the body the killing took place at three you are not a bad cop was laying dead in the street at a scene and whatnot your but your word got around our we're going back to headquarters but the body must've been there at three thirty Nick he was shot at three corpses don't go wandering around while they're waiting for somebody to find them that's why I'm taking another look at amenities code Mattie I hope it'll tell us where the body really wants just because there's a little dust on the back of it not entirely how do you take another look at the stain on the right shoulder on Nick we've talked about that before I admit it's a funny place for a blood stain when he was shot on the other side take a closer look you'll see that the blood stains and dried blood at all on this dark blue cloth is how to tell the difference but that particular stain is paint Matty brown paint.
"lacob" Discussed on WRVA
"By Joe Lacob that's sports car has newsradio W. RBS well there was a lot not last story okay okay yeah I was trying to capitalize it but basically he's suing saying that Joe lacava tiger's caddie pushed him on intent intentionally and unnecessarily does that kind of stuff happens I did usually more verbal and it's going to be you know his word against his word so we'll see what happens my guess is tiger will settle out of court yeah right I mean you know you just wonder whether people I outlook if somebody got manhandled that's not cool that's not okay but you do wonder how many people are out there kind of hustle and wealthy people wealthy groups trying to make money and I don't know I'm not I'm not saying that's the situation the other thing John is this tournament was in twenty eighteen really yeah that far back yep huh huh Hey thanks Gerri appreciate it when we come back we've been talking about real estate this morning business in general right and you know I had they have got beaten up for the last three or four weeks for being one of the people who said I understand there's a virus I'm not saying the virus is fake I am saying that the hype has been fake a lot of the hike the hype and the clamor and the tears and everything have been politically motivated I'm not backing away from that at all but there's no doubt that there's damage being done to the economy people losing their jobs some of these businesses are not going to re open what does that do for real estate seriously what's the the what's the snap at the moment on real estate in and around the Richmond area and what we think happens over the next few months and when I think real estate I'm telling you it's not just because I do commercials for Clayton gets in mission realty they're all over the place and they've got a long track record of kind of being ahead of the curve on what's going on so Clayton's gonna join us in a couple minutes and we'll just get his assessment I haven't talked to in a minute but what did least two or three weeks so this will be my first chance to kind of get his assessment of where things stand and what he's hearing from you his customers and potential customers people who were talking about selling who might be backing off I don't know stay with us we'll get that assessment from Clayton gets in just a few moments news radio WRVA the purpose of the great progressive change Markovian used to controlling his deceased mother used to order tonight at nine use radio WRVA it's Jamie progressives number one number two employee leave a message at the Hey Jimmy it's me Jamie this is your daily pep talk I know it's been rough going ever since people found out about your archipelagos Matt harmony but you will bounce back I mean you're the guy always helping people find coverage options with the name your price tool it should be you given me the pep talk now get out there hit that high.
Fan sues Woods, caddie, claiming he was pushed 2 years ago
"Them on the week that Tiger Woods was supposed to defend his masters title instead comes word that he and his caddie Joe lacava are being sued from an incident at the Valspar championship two years ago Brian Bruso was a fan at that tournament and is alleging that Lacob I shoved him as he was trying to take a selfie with woods perusal claims he suffered physical wounds losing his ability to earn income and has had ongoing health problems the Russo is seeking thirty thousand dollars in
Brady: It was 'just time' to leave Pats for new challenge
"On Tom the Brady week entered that Tiger his final Woods season was supposed in New to England defend with his a strong masters inkling title that it would instead be his last comes with word the patriots that he and his six caddie time Joe Superbowl lacava champion are who signed being with sued the Tampa Bay from Buccaneers an incident in free at agency the Valspar last championship month said two Wednesday years on ago Sirius XM's Brian the Howard Bruso Stern show was a fan it was at just that time tournament for a change and is reiterating alleging that that he has Lacob no hard feelings I shoved about him coach as bill he was Belichick trying to take not a making selfie a with patriot woods for life perusal insisting claims there has he never suffered been a rift physical between the wounds two losing over who is his most ability responsible to earn for income doing one success and has had ongoing Brady also health talked problems about moving his family the to Russo Derek Jeter's is seeking mansion thirty in Tampa thousand as dollars well as his in marriage damages to supermodel Giselle woods Bundchen finished in a tie trying for marijuana second at and alcohol that tournament as a teenager and both in his he college and Lochaber career at Michigan are named I'm in Josh the lawsuit Rowntree I'm David Shuster
Fan sues Woods, caddie, claiming he was pushed 2 years ago
"On the week that Tiger Woods was supposed to defend his masters title instead comes word that he and his caddie Joe lacava are being sued from an incident at the Valspar championship two years ago Brian Bruso was a fan at that tournament and is alleging that Lacob I shoved him as he was trying to take a selfie with woods perusal claims he suffered physical wounds losing his ability to earn income and has had ongoing health problems the Russo is seeking thirty thousand dollars in damages woods finished in a tie for second at that tournament and both he and Lochaber are named in the lawsuit I'm David Shuster
Mark Casse Interview - January 18, 2020
"When you talk about the three year olds this weekend all eyes on the grade three Lecomte stakes at the fairgrounds and mark? CASSIE is going to be a very very busy man. He has horses entered there there. He has horses entered at Gulfstream Park. And as you might expect he's prominent in so many major stakes races mark with me now here on the horse racing radio network mark appreciate the visit in the time my friend thank you. Thanks for having me now. It just got to win a few. Yeah now you just got to get things rolling. I mean you're pretty. Hey good at that though sometimes so far this year but it's really it's early what's okay so for a trainer when you go through a little stretch like this. You said it's slow. You know things will pick up eventually. But what do you. How do you keep the faith? How do you keep the same approach? Approach everything well. You just know that it's worked and so You know you just you just keep doing the same thing you've always it's done So much of it is is just sometimes you go through cycles and things work right sometimes. I can look at it condition. Asian book a lot of times. And tell you whether we're going to how we're going to do. Sometimes you know you have races that fit your horses better than others and But by the you know you just continue David Care on. I've talked about this many times and that is you just keep doing doing What you've been doing we We won five breeders cups and two classics. And so I think we we I think we we. We know what we're doing so we just keep doing the same thing. Yeah more than twenty eight hundred victories in North America for trainer Mark. CASSIE so. Yeah I think you know what you're doing it hard mark not to start like tweaking. Funny Mike though I will tell you. This is many racist as we went all those. When you start? Start when you do go through a little spell where you're not winning as much as you'd like you know you're like he's still like oh I want to win. It never changes. It doesn't matter whether for me whether it's a five thousand dollar claiming race or five hundred thousand dollars claiming race and I I don't like losing nobody does You know so There you go. Well hopefully things start picking up with the Lecomte Lecomte stakes later today and all the stakes races at Gulfstream tubes. You're well represented there but let's let's focus on the three year olds in the lacob and this is a race that you want for the first time. Last last year with war of will we know it worked out okay for him he went out and won the preakness later in the season. And some people will say maybe he should have won the Kentucky Derby. But that's neither here nor there here at this point So tell me about the two horses you have this year. You have Lynn's map and then you have enforceable and I would say Lens Map. Probably the more highly regarded at least in terms of the the morning line. Well well we just scratched him. Oh okay well there you go. And and that was kind of the plan when he drew the fourteen hall. It's nearly nearly impossible to win anywhere from the fourteen whole But New Orleans is pretty tough to win from the fourteen hole So when that happened when he drew outside their yesterday we Entered him in the Smarty Jones. And he's going to run next Friday at Oakland in the Smarty Jones. That works out okay. It doesn't cost you a whole lot of time right. No no not at all and The the Smarty Jones I think he's number eight of nine much much more favorable Post and Yeah he's a very nice horse he's he's done done well so far We're excited to have him and you know now he. He's he's taken one step. He took another step and now the big except the big step that says. Can you run with the better. Three year olds in North America and We're going to have to wait a week to find out. Is there something mark that you look for for in your newly turn. Three year olds at this point in the season that you say okay they they have that it factor they have what it takes to be a factor moving down the road to the Kentucky Derby. Oh yeah I I mean I think you can look at horses and say you know can again this one go forward a lot of times. It's pedigree a lot of times. It's the and brains So it takes a lot it takes a lot and and more than anything it takes a while back but Definitely by this. It's time you know we're looking at is that we think could You know go on I would say that A year ago today I still had big question backs questions about Sir Winston I wasn't sure how good he was as yet and But WAR WILL I. I was very confident at this time. Last year. I think I can remember doing an interview review Down for Thinks it's name right now but down in New Orleans and he he said What do you think of your chances today? And I said I'd be surprised if he gets beat. And I don't say that very often but I had just the utmost confidence of war in war will well We're not we're not in the same. You know we are not on the same same page right now as we were a year ago so we have enforceable end. Today who enforceable is one of the horses he's gotTa humongous pedigree pool brother Demo Heynen also half brother another really good horse. Can't can't escape me right now. But he's a horse. We liked a lot but he is just been extremely slow to come around His last race was much better than it looks on paper and in David's extremely happy with the way he's trained up to this race so You know we're expecting big things out out of in today I if we don't see him today then he's just not I don't think he's good enough so We're we're looking for big things out of him today. Are there a couple of other three year olds in the Cassie Barn. That people should keep an eye on as we moved down this route short on my three year old colts right now. Um and one that I would tell you that we work game this morning. I'm in Miami today and we work in this morning we bought or recently broke his maiden name's untitled Broke his maiden at cough stream ran a ninety eight buyer One by ten. I'm excited about at him pretty soon this morning out of the gate and I just like so many things about him. He's a big tall lanky cold with a great mind and and Just lucky you know that we were able to get him in and now we need. We need to have some luck with him. He's going to Swail We have two you other cults that are in running allowance races today Strike Appeal and race driver. They're running that fairgrounds right now I would call them the B. Team Hopefully plea. After today we could call on them they will say earlier. You mentioned the name of the Belmont winner from last year Sir Winston. I saw that he had a breeze was yesterday at Acworth. Desert Right which day before the day before a guy for yeah? What's what's going on with him extremely well? We were very happy with the The only issue he pulled the shoe off during the work and then he stepped on it and He's been a little tender on and we're currently Soaking his foot and and insane I would say fifty fifty. I sent him up to run him in Chazal I think it's called and Next weekend right now I'd say we're fifty fifty two run. We're GONNA see. See Our foot response to that and If not we'll wait for the next one. My long term explains for him is is trying to get him to do by which I'm happy. He grew up a lot during his time off. He's a big handsome horse now. And and Training well so expect big things out of in We'll see what happens here with his foot. Just been on the phone with the Cheney Baig Egg who is my main assistant there knows no Sir Winston probably better in any way and he helped preparing for the Belmont and So we're we're seeing. He's he's soaking his foot as we speak what's going on with the preakness winner. IS HE GONNA race in two thousand twenty. Yes eastern well. He watched him train Yesterday morning before I drove down to Miami scrape. He's grown up. Some right now are feeling Is that. He's a great one winner on the dirt. We're going to try to make him a grade. One winner this year on the grass so that that's where we'll be focusing Probably the maybe around March or April April.
What is Carb Cycling and How Does it Work?
"Before begins thought talking about Cobb cycling on. Do you all to remember less. No Special Diet quick fix or any of the fancy way or underway all building muscle and losing body. Thirty five comes down to calorie surpluses and deficits and exercising and burning more energy taking in and so on but cobb cycling can be away. That helps you stick to your diet better. So you can lose fat and build muscle depending on your goal but itself doesn't have any special fat-burning or muscle building properties. He's let's first begin by looking at COBB's themselves. So when cops suggested they break down into glucose and this is the preferred fuel your body and brain and on as glucose enters your bloodstream. Your pancreas is then signaled to produce. Insulin which is a hormone shuttles. The glucose from your blood into the cells where narrative then converted to energy will stores like gin or stored in fat cells and COBB. Cycling is planned. Alteration of your carbohydrates hydrate intake. So you'll have high cobb days and low cobb days typically. If you're hunting a high carb day this might call through to have anywhere from two to a two point. Five grams of carbohydrates per pound of body weight on a cart high carb day and a low carb day might be somewhere around nor point five grams of carbohydrates. It's per pound of body weight and the main reason people start cobb. Cycling is to try and prevent a Fatma's Plateau and maintain the metabolism Along with that workout performance and it aims to time you'll carbohydrate intake to win. It provides maximum benefit on exclude. You'd cobs to win the not needed. Many of you will know. cobbs a double edge sword withhold that that can use it to muscle growth by fueling our workouts. What's in creating a more anabolic environment. And our bodies. But we're also told that can use to fat storage by SPIKING are insulin levels which almost feeds our body. Fat With the Glucose Coast needs to stall so a lot of the time. People do see cops as the enemy because they wanted to to gain access. Wait however we do need cobs if we want to gain muscle and strength as quickly as possible and obviously it's all about being the deficit if we want to avoid paying the price of an ever expanding waistline and carb. Cycling is meant health health pause. Stop the pitfalls of building fast you to Cobb's whilst obviously giving us the anabolic environment. That COBB's provides a few our workouts accounts. So you can prove your carbon take based on a variety of different factors and this might be your body composition goals so you'll potentially reduce you'll cobb during a diet then Adam back in during a bulking phase when you're trying to put on muscle mass so you might as old them depending on training and rest days so you have a high carb intake take on trading days so I was talking about before about maximizing your calls potential and then have a low carb intake on rest days. You don't need as much fuel for your body. Some people follow. Scheduled ritual repeats which is techy to do one or several days to very high carb intake to act as reef e during prolonged diet. And your the following repeat you might be following a strict diet of say fifteen hundred calories five days per week and then consuming twenty five hundred calories with all the additional calories coming mostly mostly from carbohydrates on the other two days. You can even consider it if you'll come to a photo shoot or competition as I've all running for example as athletes Wilson Melson cobblers prior to an event. And this shows you the different objectives. People have when they consider altering the carbon take and following us with Cobb hop cycle said a hire car days are meant to replenish glycogen stores and boost your training intensity because of that it's meant to favorably the influence various hormones related to muscle protein synthesis and metabolism which includes the anabolic hormone insulin. And it's meant to temporarily elevate insulin nevels to help preserve your muscle tissue and boost muscle growth and then you usual lower carb days to maximize fat-burning almost like as we talked about. Kito before. Four really minimizing your cards and upping the facts and to get yourself into a state to fall asleep while you're burning fat stores instead of like Gin. Strategic High Saikal periods can also help improve function of the weight and appetite regulating hormones which we talked before as well called. Leptin and Ghrelin go into any more detail on the manipulating effector. Insulin levels wants to give a surface level explanation on Cobb cycling because I want the main thing to remember from. This is that that it's not a secret method to enable you to constantly build muscle mass and lose fat. It's another way to help you stick to a diet on your high carb OPD. Asian meant to feel like you're indulging in cheating when actually or not to retain actually amount you normally eat but it feels that way because you've been lacob spinner baits calorie deficit so so it feels like you're almost rewarding yourself out
"lacob" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D
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"lacob" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
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Surviving the Haiti earthquake: a UN staffers story
"This is Lennon from UN news in twenty ten a devastating earthquake hit hating reportedly killing up to two hundred and twenty thousand people including one hundred to u n personnel. One of those who survived was feet Bhutto lacob head of communications for the UN mission for Justice in Haiti otherwise known as miniaturist Saturday marks nine years since the earthquake a chance for Sophie to share with you a news her memories of the twelfth of January two thousand ten and reflect on Haiti's current ability to withstand disasters. I spoke to Sophie and started by asking what happens to her and her colleagues when the quake struck well on that day. I was in a meeting in my office with colleagues from the six floor, and when the quake, heat, we just followed all the reflects that I learned from my experience in Martinique. We went back and. On the tables just stick to our selves for of what could fold on from the woes after when it stopped from taking. I went out and checked on the over colleagues. That's where are the over places. And and there was everywhere. These y dust coming from the walls and everybody wasn't shop. The ASTA me to go down from a ladder that the media trees had time to put on the window and all so I prefer because I was very pregnant from seven months and a house I prefer to find an overweight out because we always have aftermath after enough quick any take the ladder. So we looked for never exit and we find a wool that collapsed. Allowing us to go out and walked out up to the entrance. And there was nothing left. That means the six floors of the building had totally collapsed. I was on the main. Floor and I had this. Phrase in my mind, saying you will do with this information letter not to be emotional. I don't know why my my mind saved that to me. And and then I so everybody around me in shop, very emotional, and I was very clean minded. So I asked everyone and security, especially to make sure they closed the gate. So we would have everybody accounted for because people were running around everywhere. And we need to know how many people are still in the building blocked on the rebels and who is outside and to organize ourselves. So we had unfortunately, the head of the mission of the presentative of the secretary general mysterious Annabi, and he's depew team stone Deco-style that where still missing another the rubble and we organize ourselves. We've the deputy force commander at that time who was vic-, and we the Filipinos. Who were at the issues, and it was four hours hours ended the night came and we had dig likes on the rubbles just to help get our could exert where still blocked under eight on the days that followed. We were transported to the logistical days in in port au prince not far away from the H Kubat near the airport, and we organized ourselves. I was deputy chief communication at that time and spokesperson, so I asked the chief communication what can I do to help? And he said well sofi if you can take care of yourself and go back home that would be the most helpful because I was very pregnant at that said, seven months and a half and my replacement for my maternity leave was already there and prepared. So everything was under control in the communication side. So I- south evacuated two days after on. First day because the of quake was on a Tuesday. But knowing that you had lost colleagues and colleagues have been injured in the people that you helping in Haiti been injured was it difficult for you to leave. H was really a trauma? But at that time, I had no solution. I was not very much of a help. I could not do match the person who was there. Just a to be the spokesperson. When would be unnatural not eve was already prepared to to give the interviews. So it was better for them to do it and me just to get back home and deliver the baby. But I came back. I came back during the summer after the match leave, and I did the transition between the two chief communications. And that was really a very emotional for me because coming back in Haiti six months after the situation was really really difficult steel, and a lot was needed at all level humanitarian level of support level. There was a lot of attention from the international community. And so I was glad to be there. And to be able to speak about what was needed, but I was getting emotional in every interview. So that was not very proficient on so I decided to leave any broke my heart because I had been six years in Haiti already, but I needed to rebuild myself to be able to be back in good shape to help the Asians and to help Michalis, which I did in two thousand thirteen when I came back a nine they're still determine you describe what it was like for you coming back in two thousand thirteen that was a mix of feelings. I the feelings of joy to be back in to be able to work with the colleagues alongside them to help rebuild the country and finish a work with the mandate of the new staff the United nation mission for stabilization in Haiti. There was so much to do steel. And that was all. Also, a very much sadness because of all the Las colleagues, but the suddenness was more was stronger, obviously, any still there will always be there. So we have to just leave of it. And an owner our colleagues by the worker doing. That's that's the most important. Those heights is still at risk from natural disasters such as earthquakes, do you think the country is more resilient now if another of quake is to is to hit the country. Of course, what when it happened in two thousand ten minister had a lot of military's being present. We had engineers, and we were able to do a lot of words to just clear the roles and from the Ruggles and to help rebuild roads. And today, we've miniatures the new mission. It's absolutely not the same. The new mission is a mission for Justice support. We don't have military's anymore. We have an international police officers in all the departments that they are supported. They are supporting the high commandment of the national police four implementation of the strategic plan. So it's it's not the same. And of course, if there would be a earthquake today, the Asian themselves would have to take care of. And they have now prepared for that. And the population itself is very much prepared. We hear regularly when there is a quake like we. We had few months ago enough quaking the north of the country. The the state was prepared to react end descent. There are people there to check on those that were affected and providing support without a new news involvement. So they were ready doing it. Of course, it was not a major quake in the capital has we had in two thousand ten but the population now news how to react when the reserve quake how to protect themselves they know much better. And most importantly we hear regularly. How important it is to build better to build strongly in case in her quake would hit not to endanger the people.
"lacob" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
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"lacob" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"I'm not a a very good mathematician at all. But. But then at the end of the game adrenaline born and whatnot felt good from about fifty eight. But at the end of the game. I mean, you can back it up. As far as you really need to. And it depends on the situation the wind and how the field is. And all that. But yeah felt pretty good yesterday. Jay Johnson said he knew it was good. The second. You make contact with the ball. He just said you kick the hell out of it. And he could hear it when when you hit the leather did did, you know, it was good. I was watching you on the replay. Is you know, it was good because it looked like it would have been good from seventy yards. It hit the bottom of the net. About the operation. The guys. I mean, I've got so much competent than blind Mike and JJ j you know, everybody's really. Daltry professionals, and they make my job, really. So it's not really good on contact. I didn't catch much of the graph which helps get it cleaned hit. It felt really good. And I knew it was going inland effort, Mike Yellen. And he's pretty vocal with that gets pretty. It's always always fun to hear that. But yeah, I think that's really new dawn antics, whatever yelling. You know, I'm always wondered this. I'm sure there's a lot of other teammates of yours that wanted to this as well. What's going through your head in a moment? Like that. Because kickers are unique. Right. I mean, it kind of stated themselves for the most part, you get a little click you and your holders, and your snappers you go over there and your practice all by yourself, and you do a lot of things together. And you you meet in a room with three of you and your special teams coach all day. Nobody knows what you're doing there. But what was going through your mind? I think people think I'm crazy, but I wasn't really nervous at all onto kick. I kinda treated just like any other kick. I didn't even know the distance. I just I kind of go out there. And I just gave it off how far books and just kicking over the years. You kind of learn a big what the ball will do different ones and all that and thought went out there. And I mean, the first thing I thought of was, you know, find out where where what happened he the lineup on? Tell Mike lacob hold on her Holzer different conditions. Checked out the play clock and realizing. Oh. Got just do the normal. Swing. Swing for sixty three. Twenty art field. Is that your most memorable kick? You're not which one is. I think that's pretty memorable. I've got a couple looking back into New England game last year in the Colt game when it was raining back in twenty fifteen. Those are pretty pretty special to me and the guys and yesterday got to be up there. You know as.
"lacob" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
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"lacob" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Okay so who do you think would have been better i mean it's hard for me to think off the top of my head i feel like i need to see like a list i have to say i did love yours but i do think that you'll crown was taken while ago i mean you would think so it was it was fifteen years ago now this person may have been under biz been four hundred fifty people voted off since then i do think the person who took your crown may have been under performance enhancing the chris lacob but i'm giving it to chris do okay crystal cox it will always be the best votto of confessional and if you had a sound by handy i don't know if you don't have had that but i kind of feel like that wendell has stolen dominic thunder because he had a crystal cox esq vote in this episode i noble pleasure serving you call for twenty two days see the side brother i think it's something that the show has gotten away from i don't know if they feel like it's too stagey but i had said the bills i can't think of a super memorable one from the last five years okay so i agree i listen to that and i definitely agree with you that in the last five years we've drifted away from that chuck chuck ak from season to straddling survivor in there and you said you're someone who probably still has velcro wallet i loved that i love that but no one will come close to chris cox in my opinion she she she takes it and when does was great but i just feel like it's a smidge below say as a smidge below zero.
"lacob" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Walking seventy two at augusta is a perfect primer for the us open shinnecock hills it never ends with you hawks in never ever ends with you hawks but you know who's actually spitting some truth who's not afraid to say how it is tell it like it is taunts bagman joel lacob quote he was here for one reason it wasn't like if feels great to be back at augusta national i heard more socks then i heard it's great to be back of course i'm sure you heard a lot more tied kerr always sock i mean that's the cats tatty sing straight up eligible rick went there to win and he didn't and he was past his own caddy quote he was certainly trending in the right direction so to finish thirty fifth or whatever he finished it socks disappointing for sure and quote so more of that and less of you hawks because there's the spin zone and then there's reality and his own caddy and i myself are laying it out this week was disappointing by the cat standards heating go there to walk seventytwo hitting go there to finish a tie for thirty second he went there thinking he could win and he wasn't even close he looked old he looked mortal now he says he needs a break so do what you do best tiger freaks fall into line with your guy and start owning that this week week was nowhere near what you thought it would be admitting it is the first step it least hefty was looking up at him hefty hefty guys got back all right i've said it before i'll say it again tiger is not back that tigers not coming back and this tigers best will never beat the best of the guys who are doing it the best right now does that make sense back in the day his game his see game might have been good enough to beat these guys now his is not going to beat their a his a now is not going to be there be own it own it be real with it.
"lacob" Discussed on WJR-AM News Talk 760
"What she has done it is the substance or lacob substance oh boy and lack of morales and integrity and honesty while serving an government well you know it's it's i think it's really rich that you favor someone who has now we know has shed behind closed doors well i have a a public opinion and that i have a private opinion i have a private position and a public position which is to tell those people behind closed doors i'm lying to you and least half of the time it's clearly more than that and if i had been in that room i would have asked myself but maybe i would have the chance to ask her are you line twist now are you going to be lying twist later when i talk to people and say something very different which what is the lie so just so i know and how should i believe you when you tell the which one is the life so i shouldn't probably rely on you to tell me the truth or be honest with me so you can just forget the question because i really don't care what you say because i can't believe betting of it you just proved to me but you're willing to light to millions of people we know that about her and what was a life for well so live intended to do and her case to get you to play so power to be completely self serving and to the last caller who seemed took a little bit upset.
"lacob" Discussed on KFMB 760AM
"What she has done is the substance or lacob substance and lack of morales and integrity and honesty it while serving in government well you know it's it's i think it's really rich that you favor someone who has now we know has said behind closed doors well i have a a public opinion and that i have a private opinion i have a private position and a public position which is to tell those people behind closed doors i'm lying to you at least half of the time it's clearly more than that and if i had been in that room i would have asked myself but maybe i would have the chance to ask her are you line twist now are you going to be line twist later when i talk to people and say something very different which what is the lie so just so i know and how should i believe you when you tell the which one is the life oh i shouldn't probably rely on you to tell me the truth or be honest with me so you can just forget the question because i really don't care what you say because i can't believe betting of it you just prove to me that you're willing to light to millions of people we know that about her and what is why for well so live intended to do and her case get you to replace a power to be completely self serving and to the last caller who seemed took a little bit of so when i said.