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Ryan Braun Announces Retirement, Leaves Behind a Complicated Legacy

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

02:01 min | Last month

Ryan Braun Announces Retirement, Leaves Behind a Complicated Legacy

"Ryan braun The the brewers formally announced his retirement. Yesterday he announced. Its milwaukee brewers. And i gotta say this. Because i i think of ryan braun is being Like lance armstrong of of baseball Not only did he use pd's but he also attacked people leading up to that most notably the sample collector specifically went after him Publicly accused him of being anti semitic He called other players when he was a i. You know. I had the first positive drug tests. He told them look this. This collector was coming after me. he's an anti semite. And i thought it was just despicable. And so i give mark at nausea. The brewers credit for his loyalty that braun. I'd say this. He's a better person than i am. A given that. If i were mark grad nausea after bron lied about you being a pd user and then accepted a sixty game suspension. What was it a half year suspension. I would have never forgiven him after giving him that. Huge contract mark attanasio did no in from afar. That's my viewpoint to. I can't get passed it. He tried to destroy. Somebody's life yup and he lied. You know that was. He gave that speech in february of two thousand twelve. It wasn't until two thousand thirteen that he finally got caught up in the biogenesis investigation and got his suspension. I get it in milwaukee they the fans there for gave them gave them standing ovations. You know on the field is the third greatest brewer of all time. You know buying rodney out in honor for me. I just can't get past. His initial reaction is. Denial is lies. And you know great player. No doubt thirty thirty. Mvp all that. But you know. I think i would hope. He looks back in wishes he had done at all differently.

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"lance armstrong" Discussed on Sessions

Sessions

04:19 min | 3 months ago

"lance armstrong" Discussed on Sessions

"Dga in this season four of session. Let's get it this year. Let's save the princess right Happy friday so all of you. We twenty-seven of fifty lance armstrong the hustler casino live interview. My guest today are ryan feldman in nick vertucci cofounders of hustler. Casino live which promises to be the hottest poker stream in the game bar. None before we hear what ryan have to say about their new project. Which debuts august third on youtube let me spew a little bit. I i met ryan feldman in two fourteen. I'm pretty sure it was. I was at the commerce and my game had just broke. And i went downstairs to the itty bitty five ten no limit game. Just to goof around in. I brought garrett elstein with me fun fact while gary and i each played a ton of heads up ecommerce back then. We never played each other because we became friends instantly. We battled plenty of three handed in more. But whenever it's just us two left at the table and it often was garrett either. Drove home or i talked him into degenerate with me on this day. Whatever day it was or whatever night it was in the year two thousand fourteen. I think i must have been persuasive or garrett was just in the mood to degen because he stayed after our ten twenty or twenty four whatever. We were playing broke. I wasn't rich at the time. But i was flush plenty of money to spew off. Garrett was beyond that as noted in my five part interview with him in season. Three of sessions He started when he got to la. He ran very poorly. If i and people thought he was just a rich kid. That's how that goes. If you run bad you lose. People think you're bad will then. He started running well and he won all the money all of it anyways. Our game breaks on labor day or night. This is so we go to the itty bitty five ten as mentioned which is a fifteen hundred dollar cap or it was at the time and were a few beers in by the time we get down there. Obviously there's a bar right in the middle of the top section and the bottom section so the should call that the pitstop because if your game breaks the top section you just stop there have a shot a few beers and then you go down to the five ten to punt it off and if you know if it was between two. Am and six am. There are ways around that as well you just have the port use them styrofoam cups with ice and You just make cocktails in your car or your hotel room. Easy right anyways. The first hand of note on this day or night There's a bunch of people who limp and garett raises to one hundred twenty x. So that's you know just makes it twelve hundred. And he was in the small blind big blind. And like i said we were drinking. And i pocket jacks in. I just called to be funny right. And everyone who limped folded for the one twenty x rays and the flip came as king ex and gary bet released small. And i called at. Jack's most of the money's already in obviously and then the turn was an excellent bet again small and i called the rivers queen. Any went all in but you know is getting a lot a lot of pods to call and so i did and he just had something hilarious and i want Anyways y this is notable Is there was a player across the table..

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Absurd Spoken Word: A Unmedicated Journey of Self-Expression

Mind Body No Soul

03:00 min | 5 months ago

Absurd Spoken Word: A Unmedicated Journey of Self-Expression

"I will now begin an entirely unscripted unmedicated journey of self expression through song of spoken word. Ma is shining vessel of truth. I look to the mall. I how can you how with me. Oh guy jody's they run. Are they having fun. Is anyone candles. The flames they burned they flick the elderly couple loving but they bicker the outdoor furniture. Is it wicker rain rain. Go away com again. Some other day for. I don't need any hydration. The tears provide the moisture in neabry clouds like pillows in the sky. I lay my head trying to cry but the well run dry the birds they chirp the whales. They say we wait for the bell of abundance to ring on the see saw of life we rise and we fall. Lance armstrong did the tour de france with only one ball. She flows with the wins and sleeps with the stars jan. Sing in the mist. Dodging birds and car I and is she me connecting both to and sea Hang gwynn's hustles surf and turf. Life can't always just be herff

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Fasting and the Microbiome With Mike Mutzel

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

02:19 min | 5 months ago

Fasting and the Microbiome With Mike Mutzel

"Mike. Welcome to the fast. Transformation summit jonkers thanks. Thanks so much for the opportunity to great to be with you to amazing videos over the past couple of years. Super grateful to call you a friend Learn from you continue to learn from you and all the great work you're doing so honored to be here. It's just absolutely well. Thanks so much for being a part and howard tell everybody how you really got got started with functional medicine and and what interested you in the microbiome. Yeah really good. Question like people had health issues. My a foray into this Training in college. I wanted to be a pro cyclist. Don't ask me why just rose. This was back when lance armstrong was on the twitter. Franz madaba is really into it. sorta racing School bike team college by team and training. Twenty twenty five dollars a week and got really depressed. Tired had a lot of josh. Who's constipation diarrhea and so forth in. I kind of knew that. I was over training but i i went to the doctor and said half. You'll really like lightheaded. Every time i stand up. I get dizzy. What's going on and she's like you know like you're probably just depressed. It's your senior year. You're pre med student. Want you just take an assessor. I and i'm like. I don't think that's the issue so anyway went back to the medical research typed in overturning syndrome and i found this whole list of endocrinology gastrointestinal complications in athletes are overtraining. So weird that. This doctor wouldn't tell you about this anyway. So i just realized there was a chasm there. Through little bit of serendipity started working with it and we're going to medical doctor right after a guy into college after college got into a sales gig working for function. Medicine supplement company so got really exposed that way and my four range. The microbiome is through one of the medical assistance at gerard galleries office. In addition that i was working with so i can get some hours and some volunteer work In order to go to med school she thought she underwent gastric bypass surgery. Bariatric surgery lost was like two hundred pounds or two hundred fifty some odd pounds. Who the matter of one hundred twenty days didn't change your diet which was really interesting because i thought the dodgers would tell her to change her that so she was still kind of eating some of that junk food but but lost the weight and i thought there's got to be more to this than just restricting food. Someone can't eat the of the procedure.

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Ryan Braun's Tainted Legacy on the Eve of His Retirement

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

02:33 min | 8 months ago

Ryan Braun's Tainted Legacy on the Eve of His Retirement

"Ryan braun told some reporters who cover the brewers that he is almost certainly going to be retired. It's not a surprise. He's thirty seven years old This is someone who at three hundred and fifty two home runs in his career to ninety-six average and mvp award nine thousand nine hundred sixty three hits eleven hundred fifty four rbi. But i don't think. I saw a lot of what really to me is going to be a big part of his legacy. When his baseball you know epitaph is written along with the mvp award. His legacy is going to be about what happened with his positive drug test and his suspension that he had for. Pd's it was one of the worst cases of a professional athlete in the united states. And i know of along with lance armstrong for someone who just flat lied. He one point you remember. You tested positive. He contested it. It went before an arbitrator and he won that a he won that arbitration decision and then he did a victory dance with the press. Conference at the brewers spring training camp. And you remember how during that process. He dumped all over the specimen collector. Who who's calling other players suggesting to them that the specimen collector was anti semitic and then push came to shove in the end. He was determined that yeah. He cheated accepted a suspension I don't know how you get away from that. It was one of the ugliest situations that i've seen in the thirty two years at a covered. Baseball tim must've ask him to be in the first paragraph of his retirement wherever he goes ear. There's no way around. I'll never forget us watching afri- i was in the espn bostering screw training and we were watching in. All of us. Basically said the same thing that was impressed with the way that she presented this. I believe i'm a little naive about some things. But i believe every word he said that day because of the passionate he used and the waiting presented everything then to find out. Later that he was lying was more than letdown. For a lot of people at it's just acknowledged right away. I don't say a may not be in the first paragraph of his retirement story but it will be because of how adamantly was and how through someone under the bus that i didn't do this. This guy did this to me and then to get caught. That really hurts ryan. Bronze legacy mood for

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Still The King: James wins AP Male Athlete of Year award

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 10 months ago

Still The King: James wins AP Male Athlete of Year award

"Basketball great lebron James is the AP's male athlete of the year for a record tying fourth time not only was lebron James successful on the court he also told the world in twenty twenty that black lives matter and he helped convince many who would never voted to finally head to the polls when he also helped the Lakers win the NBA championship the fourth for James who's always looking to improve the matter what I've done in my career was his point they're still a little rumblings of doubt or you don't compare me to history to gaming has he done is have you done that only two others have one AP male athlete of the year four times lance Armstrong and Tiger Woods I'm sure we after

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When to watch and stream ESPN's Armstrong documentary

Best Week Ever

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

When to watch and stream ESPN's Armstrong documentary

"Nine PM the part two of that Lance Armstrong at its its interest in the Michael Jordan the last dance was kind of more of like with the college documentary it was all of the celebration of Jordan I think I feel like this is even more of a documentary so looking forward to seeing part two

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The Last Dance: Michael Jordan documentary to be followed by Lance Armstrong, Bruce Lee, Mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa films on ESPN

CBS Sports Radio

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

The Last Dance: Michael Jordan documentary to be followed by Lance Armstrong, Bruce Lee, Mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa films on ESPN

"Last night the final two episodes of the last dance that wraps up and so now the ten part docu series please complete about Michael Jordan the bulls and the ESPN seeing the type of success that is had it with the last dance has already green lighted another set of extended documentaries including Lance Armstrong and the whole run raced home run chase of nineteen ninety eight featuring the mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa

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Lance Armstrong Brags About Overtaking Mike Pence on Bike Trail

Mike McConnell

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Lance Armstrong Brags About Overtaking Mike Pence on Bike Trail

"So what you cover the fact that Lance Armstrong rides a bike faster than Mike pence now was this in the news I'll get it on at six o'clock he actually is bragging that he blew the doors off Mike pence on the bike path Lance Armstrong if lebron done done Mike pence with with him but announced to the world Lance Armstrong now did Lance Armstrong have to cheat to beat my pants that's the big question that's the big question is what was I can't drop many people on a bike these days but I just blew the F. indoors off Mike pence on a Nantucket bike path yeah it is day made he's thrilled that he can beat Mike pence my dad needs a new hip that's like me bragging about me beating him in a

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"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"The last week, a lot of things can happen. They're all tired. And so a Llamas attack was the purpose was to get closer to Rog lich because it. Shows that he wants to be on the podium, which he might end up being with, you know, we still have to really hard stages up front front of us and then we have the time trial where he where he will lose some time. But the Lambda looks like he's, you know, he's his form is going up and up. So he's definitely one of the strongest right now. But still, if you have the leader of a big tour in your team, I, I would not allow an attack I'm not, you know, I'm afraid, I'm not gonna make a lot of friends in Spain with this comment. Because even if it's a writer of movie starring delete, he's not Spanish, and from the TV commentary. I'm I'm listening to Spanish Eurosport. I can feel a real preference for for Lambda compared to us. But, but if you look at it from a team perspective, I think that's, that's a mistake, or at least, it's a dangerous maneuver. Now, you know why he does that? That's another question. You know, is it I don't know if it's. If it's directed by the team or with the permission of the team if it's with the permission of the team, I think it's a dangerous game because you know today we could see a little bit of weakness in your body at the end. But, you know who knows it could be caught up us, and you have a teammate up front, putting the hurt on everybody. And you know, on on these kind of finishes where it's everybody's on the limit. The difference between, you know, feeling great and feeling a little bit off is, is not far apart. So I think that was a really dangerous move. I was wondering what the point of it was. But then there's other dynamics that come into play that might affect why Landau wants to be on the podium, and that has to do with contracts ending Steph, general doesn't, you know, you never you never know what's going on in the, you know inside the team. First of all, I think Lambda yes he did an amazing job for the team already. But he is a very ambitious writer, also personally, now in this case, you know, I'm sorry Kapros has shown that until now. He's been stronger than London. So he has to support team leader. And I think that from the from the team direction also the authority has to be strong enough that everybody is in support of the team leader. You know, obviously he's, he's one. Oh, Spanish Spain's star rider, so he's emissions and he wants to try to be on the podium, that's one, but also what could be a factor is that the Lambda is at the end of his contract, the same as caught up us, and to say, Muskie in town, so you know, they have quite a lot of a lot of business and negotiations to do with movie star. But that's a whole other story, but, you know, it's, it's kind of. A public secret that Lamda is not staying at movie star. And reportedly, he already has a deal with Bahrain Navales team, Neebari, reportedly, has is leaving Ryan for the radio. So all these things come into place. What the hell? What is this? Joins the show. Lance armstrong. When teams when team signed thirty five thirty six year old guys two massive contracts and bring their entire entourage. Let me just just get something straight. How long have y'all thirteen minutes thirty minutes? Yeah, you just shoot outs. I missed eleven minutes. I'm at two minutes. My, my monitor says, dang, I was I was, I was up organizing Accor, Ron. I heard Dobie now put J B has to edit. No, no, no. This is this is this is. Listen. It, it, it's called show. Business, much fun or show friends. This is perfect is good content. But anyways, I missed the first part, okay. Let me hang Lance up to speed so he can comment on this. One of the interesting things that happened today was little of an uphill finish on today stage and Lanta.

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"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"I was still running at the time, but she was over one hundred and forty pounds and five to you know, and now she's state champions runs seventeen. Ten I think she ran and cross country this year and just has come so far in like wants to run professionally in and could do it. So this is really fun to like follow your kids progress link. Does sobre villa girls run? We try not to force it on we're trying to reverse psychology. I'm with you like, I don't like her. Are you know, everybody listens to this show knows that? I mean, my son's big football player, and my guess my daughter's run a little, but it's not it wasn't like this thing where like the second that they could walk you handed them a road. Mike. No, Mike kids were the last kids in their class to learn how to ride a bike. Really? Yeah. My older kids, not the younger ones. Got after it. Pretty quick. Interesting. So then the other ones are their their transition to school just ways your, yeah, they're doing great like they're in a really high level school of basis. It's like one of the top rated schools in the country, and they're learning Latin and Mandarin. And it's like, I don't think we need to learn more languages than I we should massive what what's up with. If you p is that place safe. Is it seems like there's seems like it's not there's something up with you up. There were like one of the guys they got silver medal or something. He made a real political statement. He lives in five years and five we had dinner with this, dude. He made the may. I don't know we made some hand gesture something against the government. And now they like, you know, he's like. Yeah. Persona. Non grata. Yeah. He actually went back to Ethiopia recently. So they've had some breakthrough there on they've had some changes in like their leadership and their president and stuff. So I think they're starting to see some breakthrough in some change there, which is really cool. I don't even know where he is in believe that so true. I haven't I'm gonna look it up. I have no idea where it is. I know it's an Africa. But if you told me it was in India. I wouldn't I wouldn't not believe you. That's that's that's that's a problem. So Lancer Adam question. Okay. Speaking of Africa. Have you ever wondered if no genome NS? So just being rude like the watch a documentary with the Rwandan mountain bikers. No. But I know they have a whole whole cycling seen this curious. If you thought I didn't know there was hinged road riders of the mountain bikers. Non bikers victim some road stuff to know, they have this team that come didn't the because we covered the tour. We cover these cycling events on the other podcasts they were at the tour Colorado right team Rwanda. Okay. Maybe not. I thought they were. Okay. So here's Ethiopia right over here, eastern Europe. Right above Kenya. Okay. All those people know how to run around there. Yeah. It's all like high altitude. So like where we train in Ethiopia's nine thousand feet. Yeah. Base up there. Yeah. That's where we're living. Yeah. And like beautiful running just like grass fields that go like five miles and use run around these grass fields. You see why they're good at sports like cross country to impolitely. It's safe you or it's safer. Yeah. I don't know. Exactly. I don't know if I could totally speak to that. But I know they've they've had their moments of tension. But we've been there many times and we've never felt not safe there. They actually have a very like kind of deep respect for foreigners. Which is one of the reasons why we really liked being there. You know? It's like we've been other places where you kind of feel like you're seen is like a dollar Bill is walking around, you know. And we don't feel like that only. Theo every Uber driver in Denver. Everyone of them. Every cabdriver driver is from Ethiopia. That's that's the most youth the opium's I've ever met and they're all super Swede yet. No attitude. No shade. Just. Happy to be there. Happy to be doing whatever they're doing. Yeah. They're amazing people like one of my favorite images from being in Ethiopia is so to get to where we live outside of autists about ten k outside guy..

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"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"That's awesome. Yeah. No. I I just don't follow it occasionally. I mean, I'm friends with some players weren't. But whatever. But I just don't know anything about it. I I'm a little closer now. Because the Denver Nuggets are hot this year. And from big game tonight who they have tonight, they played the warriors tonight. But first place him it was. Wow. Those my sleep team come into the season nuggets. I need them to do. Well, okay. We'll we'll follow it. But but in the Spurs being close to Austin that's Buford. And Popovich in Becky Hammon, the great friends of mine, and it's been fun to go to some of those games. But I sit there and like I ball the thing. I love about basketball games. It's over in two hours. Like you go to fuck and football game. It is four hours. And you're watching twelve minutes of action that you did you know that in the four hour football game the total like the average time of total action, twelve minutes. Well, a task which really sucks about football. I football my favorite sport. And boxing, those favorite sports. But what sucks about football when you actually at a game. You like would you at home is a quick two minute commercial break, and you move around in against back on but you had to actual game is so much did time. Yeah. It's unbelievable. I didn't know the exact numbers. Did you said that that's a true when you ask a real football game? There's no DJ music on my guy. You can hear somebody knows those long. Those those commercial breaks last like twelve minutes seems like yeah. Yeah. Who wins in a one on one contest between Jordan and LeBron? And I mean, true one on one. Oh, man. I have a tough time believing somebody could beat Michael one on one. I everybody's all about LeBron LeBron respect him. But is a different animal. Like. He wants to and is going to win at all costs right in anything probably to a fault proud of two of fault. He missed it. I mean, he he he got out. But you know, he he always champion. He used to go. He's the best I ever played against and there's no disrespect to Larry and magic, and you know, Karl Malone and patio and those guys, but there was one guy you like, oh, they guys better. All of us. Did you see I watched his Alan Iverson? It was like a twenty or thirty minute documentary. I I saw it. It was on a wasn't on vice it was on something like that. And he Iverson idolize Jordan and the first time, so he's you know, he makes the league the first game against Jordan. And he's he's standing there in front of his idol this guy who just he's built his whole life and career around this guy and Jordan looks at him and says you're low bitch just into punches him right in the nose with just. Yeah. Pay Tigers a lot like that. Yeah. Read all these stories now, how nice he is just go around. I don't I don't think Michael Tigar were capable in their heyday of being France with other players. That's always laugh because people, you know, people when my story, for example, like, oh, okay. I get it. Now looks like everybody did it and he did it and we don't like it. But it looks like it was a level playing field. But he was such a he was such an asshole. And I was like. Do you think Michael Jordan was a fucking nice guy? Do you think tiger? I mean, I wouldn't be surprised if Arthur Ashe was a complete Astle was a stone cold killer. And so at some point you kind of have to be to be. Well, I've never well. Even mean, I'm not comparing myself to those guys better than me like. I wasn't a friendly guy when I'm playing like this was sports are my job is to kick your ass. I mean, you're paid like, okay. He's he's the meal you, and that's just the way this thing works. I mean, I mean, there's no lolly gagging. Everything like my job is to kick your ass. And if I'm kicking you asked, and you can't take it like, I'm not going to ease up because my that's my job..

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"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"I mean, what do you want? Yes. I mean want some low-dose and live in some shit hole. And you see all the time. And I like you see the my man over. Kashogi like he speaks against a crown press, and they kill him and chop them up. And then happen right here you see in other countries, we can say bad stuff about the president. And everybody can laugh about a re tweeted and other countries they kill you as for talking bad. What gets me about that? Just not to go down that rabbit hole. With boot gets me about that situation. Look, none of us were in that Turkish embassy, and but we all kind of know what happened. So he was he was he was an opponent of them wrote for the washable and they killed him. And then now all the guys that killed him are going to get killed in. And that's what they say. That's what they say. Because first of all listened. None of us are more rund with Dr crown has given the order the Butler waiters angle kill this guy. Right. But and they say they're going to be here responsible. They just put him on trial. But we don't know how to listen first of all, I don't believe every single thing. I believe everything I read on the internet. But, but it just let you know, how like we can actually say stuff about the president the governor the mayor here and people listen, you don't get chopped up into little bit of peace. Before we talked about basketball one other question. Just because in it's it is it is a political question. And I've just followed this thing so closely any player forget football. He could be in any sport kneeling during the anthem. Specifically, Colin Kaepernick. Yes. The ramifications that it has had. I mean, I watched NFL I see I look I don't know where land on this. But I do know that I see so many shitty quarterbacks. How is Colin Kaepernick not in the NFL balls? But but if you were if you were the president, and what is your head in a press briefing? And somebody says you let me let me just say let me I wanna ask you a question. I want to say fan for the national anthem. I want to say these words, president Barclay. Colin Kaepernick kneeled for the national anthem last night. Do you have a comment? One hundred percent disagree with Colin cabinet for Neilan for the anthem. I think you should Stanford Athen. First of all he has that. Right. I just disagree with him. And the thing that's interesting. Most of our think Assad is somewhere before the president, call them SOB's and talk about we should do this. It was only about twenty six players Neilan mostly because to me, I think the atom is important is difficult. I do a lot of work with wounded warriors. And when you go visit tease troop negot, no arms, no legs. And we treat our best.

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"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"Fuck and joke with the cops. He's a cop. The cops are taking pictures signing autographs and taking pictures, then I know what you're thinking we've got Greenland Greenland, and so I just let my guard down. And like I say my bodyguard who's been covered thirty years James Heywood in Houston, Texas and his wife beneath who's been a Cup of thirty years. He always tells me he says toes, all these cops don't like you. So I can't believe he's I can't believe you with that stupid to let your guard down just due to ask you to do when they when they start asking for autographs and pitches, don't fucking smile and joke around and I learned a very valuable lesson that night. I did. Yeah. No. But I, but I know what you were thinking. It's like, whoa. I mean. Self fees in autograph with his green. Let me go. Like, I couldn't have been that drunk. They let me go. They're like, hey, you're good to go. Now. You know what? I am booked me. And did everything signed from take pitches. They're like you're good to go now. And I says. Oh, do I have to get the tattoo. You're thinking y'all get attached to you know, what I learned about will lesson. Just now I realized that at at five ten and one hundred and seventy five pounds and you being six six into something. If you needed we'll leave it at that. I'm not going to I'm going to start it with a two. If you need a bodyguard that I must need like a fucking army. I think I think I'm the way things have changed. Now. I don't think in a celebrity can go out by itself in more for the simple fact, number one people always wanna fight. Always wanna fuck which there's one gal night like when? And I'm pretty sure it happened to you like you can go out and everybody in the bar like Otis Lance Armstrong. That's cool. That's cool is one. But there's I we always call it the one there's one guy who stands close enough to say, oh, Charles Barclay was an asshole Lance Armstrong's an asshole, and they're close enough just to hear like everybody else in the bar got a life of their own. They don't give a shit that Lance Armstrong. Charles Barkley was in the bar. They there to have fun identified drink, but there's one bucking gap night, Lance who's gonna fuck what you and I I laugh about it. Now, we call. Oh. 'cause like my friends who say, oh, I hear the one. Boy, there's going to be one guy. I who gonna mess with you. And they only want to sue you. I mean, they're gonna see you. I mean because you can't hit them. But but first of all they're not gonna fight you. But they just want you to hit them or something. Right. So. Sits with so many endless ways, we can take this conversation. When I read I'd forgotten that you went to Auburn. So I just want to go back to Auburn for a second because I want I want to tell you story. So and I'm reading your history at coming from leads and then go into Auburn. And then and then look at the years that you were and I was like that was probably around the time that Bo Jackson was there. Well, but was in causal me. Let's get that. Correct. So I was that I hang on. This is my podcast. So I said I sent bow attacks. I said do you have a second. I have a question he says, call me. And so I said, listen, I got Charles on the podcast. And I said in just learned I- figuring out like you guys were at Auburn together. I was like you gotta have some shit on him. And he said, you know, you know, Bowe ex and talks so funny. He's like he says he considers himself number one. And I said, what do you mean? He says, Lance. He believes that he is the number one athlete that ever went to Auburn. And I am number two. And Cam Newton and Frank Thomas confided out for number three. Every time I see Jackson and these. But by the way, tell him I love him. Every time. I see Bo Jackson. We call each other number two. Liam. When we talk to each other. We hate number too. How's how's everything going? He's. Yeah. Everything's good. He's numb to how's your family?.

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"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"I refused to have conversations in tex-. But we're here now. That's right. And I'm looking forward to it. And that's. Hey it worked out. But I told the guys I was like, listen, I think he's going to be here. You don't have to worry about it. When I told you I was going to be here. I'm going to be here. Yeah. I'm excited to do it. I know it's great. Let's talk about I read this story. About long. Yes. This was an amazing. I guess was written by his daughter's daughter. Yes. She called me right out. She called me and says can I read my dad? I'm like, yeah. Yeah. No problem. So just as a little background. I was in Sacramento speaking at Kevin Johnson's event. Who's now the mayor in Sacramento. Yes. And he said, I'm sitting at the bar imagine that. And his agent Gouges system beside me. And after about ten fifteen minutes, we started talking. And he's just what are you doing? I said in town speaking tomorrow night, a one of my teammates. He's to mirror actually, Bob lies lead to and he's nothing. He's well, let's go have better so up going out having dinner. First of all we talked for like an hour to have. We're not going to have dinner. Just a real nice guy, and we swapped numbers. And I didn't think I was ever going to gangs. He lived in Iowa. Right. Yeah. And next thing. I know he's in Atlanta on business. I'm like, yeah. You can come by the studio when okay shocking Kennedy, who's just do man. You wouldn't believe I just met him casually. And then we develop a friendship, you know, we talked probably once every couple of weeks. Got together a couple more times in different cities. And unfortunately, he passed away. He passed away this summer. Well right before summer says right doing NBA playoffs. And it was really weird because I really Dane is really funny. I had never met anybody in his family. So I walk into this wedding is ninety nine point nine percent of. It has been. I don't know what his wife looks like I'll notice kids look like, and I'm the only black person there, and I walk in and the whole room. Oh, Charles Barkley's here. Yeah. She she does a good job laying that out her name her name Shirlow name is Shirley. And she was so sweet just like my dad talked about you all the time. And then everyone's like, oh, you really do know land. I'm like, yeah. We were good friends because like I say, I had never met anybody. I've I've never been our before. And then I spent a couple of hours with the family. They were telling me how he bought all these people over from challen and sponsor them. And he was kind of like a, obviously, the smartest guy in the room. He's a scientist. Yes. Was a cat litter side. Yes. Cat litter. Scientists imagine. Yeah. And he starts telling me about how many people he's bought from China and sponsor, I guess, that's the way have to do it. And they got this really huge really amazing Asian community in our city. And it was just a learned so much about him that day. Yeah. Yeah. I watched the eulogy that you I don't know if you knew you were going to do that. Did not know they asked to do it. But what you to say someone like I can't. It's never easy though. I've been you know, I had to do like the my mentor Moses Malone. I had to do his I had to do his eulogy. That's probably the toughest thing. I've ever did in my life. And it was Dominque, obviously. He's Moses Malone. That's going to be a ton of people that have probably the hardest thing I've ever had to do in my life..

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"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"You didn't you weren't out there like a bunch of money. Yeah. No, exactly as I'm climbing on my chain. Could she gene up getting paid a nickel for every more? All now. Dollar bills everywhere. It's raining dollar bills. Yes. No. I mean, no nobody's ever gone climbing to try to try to make money. This is such a weird town. I saw look check this shit out took a picture of last night. This is like that's why I don't go down this. Yeah. Fuck fucking, I delete it. Anyways. There's this like sex. Museum like sex toy museum, and they had they had a sex race through the ages. I don't know. This is crazy, man. Can't win it. But it was they brag about they have the largest sex bike in the world on that means I don't either. And I I know about every kind of bike or you know, I was like, oh, yeah. I put it on. I put it on. World's largest sex pike. I'm surprised you never road that for training or anything. That says Razi it's called the erotic heritage museum. Just fifteen minutes from here. Alex, I'm gonna go. I'm gonna take on a date night down there. Then when that happens, we have to do another podcast because I want to know I want all about I want. I need to interview her she. She's awesome was like you should interview her. Well, she's back tonight. She's a she's at a wedding on these tickets at one. Oh, yeah. Let's go back to van to the real world. Yeah. Exactly, dude. Thanks for doing this. No, buzzer your legend. No well now retire. Well, I've got a garland. I think it's I mean, this is all wrapping up now. Now, let's get thanks on..

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"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"When she I don't know how it all went down. But either she wanted to leave or you asked her to leave. And that was that was I was like, ooh. Like if she ever gonna come back like she was so bummed and like, oh, no. It was. All right. I mean, so I didn't have to ask her before the final transit. Yes. She knew she just knew that she should give me a little more space. And and at that point we own this home now. And so it was way, you know, she had somewhere to go. She had lots of friends in town. It was like a much better seen. I mean in the fall on my failed attempt. It was harder because we didn't have a home. And there was nowhere easy for her just to disappear for a few days. There wasn't like a place because she was living in a van with me, and we were climbing together. So you know, she was just going to stay in the van. But then it's a little weird for me. Just because you know, I mean, it's hard to roll out of bed at four thirty in the morning, the your beautiful girlfriend. It'd be like I'm gonna go do this thing when you or I can just embed. I don't know hana's like, yeah, I'm sure you dealt with all the same things like getting up early training like pushing like what motivates you to push super heart. If you already have a very comfortable life. You know? It's like if things ready good like why push. Yeah. Well, that's that's then you never win anything. If you think that way. What exactly? But you know, why do you have to win? Right. You know, like just as the people's DNA with us. I mean, I've been getting questions about all the time for the last couple of months doing press for the film, like, you know, like what is it the heart of drive like why are you trying to do hard things? And you're kind of like, I don't know because. Parents are in love me properly. Or is that just that like hardwired in, you know, like some people just want to, you know, but it same with like explorer adventures like why does anybody wanna see what's around the next corner? Like like where does where does human drive come from? Yeah. I mean, obviously, you you have a lot of drive to. Yeah. It's like, but you also had I mean real family life, and nobody is all that climbed. No, no, nobody. So when you started when you were twelve or thirteen eleven I think Levin. Just up and said, I'm going to go down to the note already been climbing on stuff so much love like running on the Thompson fences or like playing on playgrounds and coming on roofs and running on the tops of fences. I just thought of that. 'cause I looked at my fence. But because that's how I get my grocery stores. I walk out the top of the fence, basically, I can cut diagonally through my neighbors fence to get to the store faster saves me having to walk around the block. And so sick hang on hang time. The fuck so on so it's a cinderblock wall. I see that. And so if you walk along the top of the center blocks, you can cut out to the call this in your neighbor's yard why walk in between my two neighbors yards on the top of their fence. So you so I asked about these poor ladies you live around. I mean now, they're so you warn them on how. Yes. So older woman over there European. Here's my neighbor on top of the fence in my yard, warm. I'm not in her yard I'm walking between here yard, and she thinks you're in her yard what? Yeah. But but it's her front yard driveway. And it's really fun. But you know, saves me a couple minutes going. In the grocery store was when I went out that way this morning. I was like, so that's the point. It's my whole life. I've always been into that kind of stuff where you're like, oh, obviously, take the straightest line. Even if that means jumping two fences and climbing over roof, you know, like that's like that's a no brainer. You know, as you said that I thought to myself. Well, that's a no brainer. Yeah. Exactly. No. That's not. That's first of all I get in the car and drive to the interest. We'll mcgirt sister was like two hundred meters away. It's like right over there. Yes..

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"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

03:17 min | 3 years ago

"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"Yeah. Exactly. Yeah. More monastic for sure. And so by doing the film, it was actually easier to tap into that in a lot of ways because you know, I could skip going to events. I skip showing up at you know. Yeah. Exactly. Because it's like, I'm working on the film. But then the film, they're only documenting whatever I wanna do. Normally it's not like I'm going out posing. It's not like. They're never scheduling my day. I'm doing whatever I wanna do. And then they try to film it. And so it was like it's pretty easy and a lot of ways right because people are like, oh, isn't it so invasive, and you're like, well, the thing is, you know, the day to day is like one of my friends is holding a camera and hanging out with me, you know, it's not that different than than I mean, it was sometimes it's weird because there was like guy with the boom, and you know, the the microphone and like the directors and there was like a crowd around. But a lot of the time. It was just me and one camera guy, and they're all friends. And so, you know, like, oh, it's a lot like normal life any seventy. I don't know all these people like look out here. And I see I see a house. But when it does I drove did does your name or do your neighbors have any idea? What what the hell you do y'all? I don't know how old they are out there. So it's all ladies imagines neighborhood was built an eighty nine. And it's all the original homeowners. So we're surrounded by three older ladies on on each side. And it's pretty glass. So I bought the house. I saw two of the two of the women speaking new on the driveways. And so I went over and say, hey, I'm Alex I just bought this house next door like just FYI. I'm a professional climber. And you know, there's a big climbing community here. It'll be pretty normal for random people to become an and going and like packages to be showing up, and it's just all kind of a weird scene was like don't be alarmed by you know, it's like, Toyland breaking bad. Yeah. Exactly. It was. So that's yeah. I was just trying to reassure them that like this isn't as weird as it. My low has this is all on the up, and and I'll be home during the day. Just all kinds of I run weird hours. I'm packing the van and then and then the car will be gone for two months, and then we'll be back in and things like that. You know, it's like just be prepared. And and then sawn told me late. So I think last Christmas maybe she made cookies for all our neighbours or she just had extra. Yeah. Of course. But but so she went over and gave him one of our neighbors. Our neighbor told this whole classic story that we're. The neighbor said that when I went over and introduced myself, she was like, no way. This guy's a frigging tweaker like he's definitely doesn't on the house if she actually conduct the HOA to find out who had ownership of the home, and like fully looked at all up, and it was like, this sketchy. And then it was like, but then as it turns out when I saw him again over the over time, I gave them all like a signed copy of my book, and you know, so now they're all like Superstock didn't have like signed posters for this. I don't know. I haven't actually I haven't seen them in like months now because I've been gone. So interview them. Excuse me, ma'am. You seen Alex's near valley. It would be quite the interview. That'd be like. Yeah. No. They're pretty classic. Just another. I love rankings and stats and data. And I mean Vanity Fair. I didn't know they did this. But they do. So they the Vanity Fair. I don't know if you noticed, right? Ranked the top ten movies of the year movies, not documentaries movies. So I'm sure the sound of music or whatever that thing about this documentary slash put number four. I mean, documentaries. Don't they just don't rank like this doesn't feel like a documentary and a lot of ways, you know, it's like an action movie almost like a no it's actually due to a hormone. I've never been that scared..

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"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"Pure crops, the man, so he's an example of an like when you when you when you pulled out of the first attempt and just y'all's interaction, and it comes off very authentic like he he was like what happened? I don't know what you said you said something like that. Jail their bail or something. And he was like just it was like this sage I know because he's so show. He's gonna take care of yourself. And yeah, yeah. No. He is. He is seriously the the I don't know. I don't want to say grandfather. But he's like, yeah. Free soloing Buddha for sure. Yeah. And so he has been free selling at a super high level since the eighty s or late seventies. Maybe and he's still alive do something now, and he has a wife, and, you know, totally happy life and in Bishop, California and. I mean, he's just funny. I had dinner with him a couple of years ago. And I was like, oh, so Peter at what point did you stop? Solan hard routes like at what point did you sort of back away from the cutting edge, and he was like kind of thought about and he's like, oh, actually I did a couple of my heart Asala just a couple of years ago. Like, it is local crag if you measure by great. I mean, several of the most significant things he did we're in Yosemite. Like, there's a scene in the film where he's like, oh, I did the rostrum fifty or sixty times. And I was like you did a fifty or sixty times. I was like, you know, because at the time that would have been like me's handed out condo cap. Like fifteen times you'd be like really like, that's crazy. You know? And so. I mean, so his most significant clients were in the seventies and eighties, and you seventy but just you know, a few years ago, he was still climbing a high high level at his home Cragg, just like, oh, just fun. You know, you're just like, I mean, that's pretty remarkable. Craig is like oh Craig's like local cliff. So like his normal credit cake. How do you CR AG? It just means like a rock rag live. Yeah. Yeah. Sorry. It's all fun. This out far. I am from. That was a word. Yeah. The crack just means like the cliff. But so it means, you know, like for me, if you look for my drive what you can see a bunch of rocks red rock and everything like, oh, we're going to the crag. It's like twenty minute drive to all those rocks. Yeah. Do you ever go down to the strip once twice a year? Go for like, a fun date night with my girlfriend or something. Show or something in the suburbs. A little bit are relic on the west side of town. You would never go down and play blackjack or no, no. I'm like, I think gambling is so stupid because you're designed to lose like what's the point gambling? Will it turns out they don't build those big expensive shiny buildings. You ever reason money? Exactly, exactly. The the spa is not that night. It's that night. Yeah. Why would you ever play a game where if you played enough you're gonna lose all your money? Yeah. Well, you gamble enough with the thing is that I consider that gambling. That's all calculated. It's all considering gambling debts when though, but that's the thing from the outside. Yeah. It looks like gambling looks like rolling the dice. But from the inside it looks like he prepare until until you're hundred percent sure that you're going to do it. And then you do it you one hundred percent. Sure. Well, I mean, it feels that way. I mean real you have to be because if you're thinking, well, I'll get about an eighty percent chance. He's twenty isn't like you lost or slow or beat. No, no, no feels like one hundred. I mean realistically might be ninety nine or something or ninety eight. But but on the inside I will for sure do this. And this is the day whereas with blackjack it's like yet. It's it's never your day. And I'm not I'm not trying to throw them under the bus. But but I was curious, and they they did they did it to others decides you but when cliff bar ended the relationship. With with not just shoot, but other athletes that are doing extreme very dangerous seemingly very dangerous things..

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"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"Then you would go fighting then you get to the edge. You should be because you're like one move away from death. But you're not you don't get scared. So no, not at the bottom. I would confide in somebody at one time. I'll never he was a great bike handler. I can it and Stuart O'Grady. I was like, dude. Were you were you scared just now because I was bucking terrified. And he's like, yeah. I was scared like, yeah. All scared like, but you're you're you're telling me that you're not. Yeah. But it's a little legit scared. No, no. I mean, no. I mean, I've been legit scared on many common experiences. But I mean, I think that one of the difference though, is like with sports where you go really fast is just it's easier to get scared like that. I mean, climbing is a very slow and thoughtful, and you know, and the and you're not competing, and so there's no pressure. You don't have to do it. If it's scary. Just don't go that you know, whereas with racing. It's like if everyone else wants to go seventy you have to go seventy year, you're not you know, or else, you're not competing what? Storm rolls in the day. You did it. And you know, that part of the world have been storms can not really it's California. Yeah. I mean, June in California was not yet you watch the other. But if it happened like a rain big rainstorm. Yeah. You gotta stop you get super way. Yeah. Yeah. You have to stop. He can't calm. But, but you know, if you saw building you could stop on a ledge somewhere, you know, like the places where people camp on the wall, you could stop on one of those you could say you could call one of your friends. I'm worst case scenario stand on some little tiny perch into stand there for day, and it's like shiver and wait for somebody to come and get you to cover you cover. Yeah. National geographic. Yeah. Exactly. I mean the alleged like that. I mean, it looks crazy. But it is safe to stand there. And so if it started to rain, you could stand there indefinitely and just feel it helps to have the crew. I mean, yeah, if you're out there, truly alone than you're you gotta wait for somebody to come by the funny thing with the film crew on the wall is that, you know, you're like, oh, there's a film crew there. But so I think the day that I did it there were maybe five or six people on the wall on a three thousand foot roots. I mean every five hundred feet there's there's dude hanging out. That's not like a lot of coverage because they're hanging in one spot. And so you climbed five hundred you see your buddy who's hanging fifteen feet away off the route with the ropes totally out of the out of my way. And you'd be like, hey, and then on and then and then it's another five hundred feet. Yeah. Exactly. Would you talk to these? Yeah. Totally. I mean, they're all really good friends and roll up their hanging on to one guy. Who is the dude he couldn't you have a gun. Watch your guy like literally had had to turn away. I was like I mean, it was a sweet sweet store like the guy was legit. Now. My friend. Yeah. I mean had he been up like so he had done most of the filming on the wall with me, actually. But then he unfortunately, Tories ACO and a ski injury, and then wasn't able to get up on the wall for actual day that I did it which is why he shooting the long shot from the meta. But but part of it is because when you're shooting the long shot, you don't have to watch the whole thing because you can just reframe it every once in a while. And so I think for him. It was just like who wants to expose, you know, who wants to watch more than they need to, you know, hit even on the wall and the wall filming like, obviously, you would have watched the whole thing because you know, we had to but for him. He's just like dude, I don't need to see more of this than absolutely necessary and the old guy in the movie. What's what's off? Yeah..

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"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"And you can sprint it forty miles faster than that. Yeah. On knowing flats just yet. Two hundred guys you want for the line there. But it's like a it's like NASCAR. Right. And so it's extremely when they start having kids like without naming names. I mean kid one can to they start getting they go from first to third to seventh. Visit because they have less quality training time. Or is it because they lose the edge of one. They lose that fearlessness that sort of. That gladiator just like fuck it whatever it takes to win. I don't care if it hit the ground. They when they're young and dumb. They don't care if they hit the ground. Yeah. No. I I mean, I've seen a fair amount of change in that in my own process. I mean, and even the film even pre solo sort of shows that change in my process because so much of the film is me talking about being the lone wolf, the, you know, the warrior all that kind of stuff. Then the reality is I do the whole thing with my girlfriend in a stable relationship. You know, there's never any big drum like it doesn't come off as stable. It's pretty stable. I mean, you know, we're still together we have a house together. Happy. And I'm honestly, I'm surprised you're shocked by no, I'm I'm surprised. I don't know. Yeah. And you have to be when you want, and again, maybe it's part of the film and part of the narrative, but I'm like, wow, she's still there. Yeah. She's she's she's an angel. You know, she's very she's very forgiving. But no I'd had previous relationships though, there were much more tumultuous with much more on off. And basically like, oh, I wanna go climb something real. So I need a break up. Go out do my thing for a while. And then two months later, it'd be like, oh, I really miss. You. Should we get back together? Like that type of stuff where in Sonya has no patience for that. She's like that is stupid. If you break up with me it's done, and I was sort of like, oh, he's gonna get this. Right. So most people, okay. Most most relationships guys and girls or partners, whatever. If somebody breaks up, then the and then wants to get back together. Then the natural question is like did you sleep with another woman? And so what you get to say is I climbed every mountains like, that's that's that's the biggest fear. She needs her has. Yeah. I mean, it's all way more complicated is there's always a way more drama, but we broke up and climbing, and then came back, and like most most people are like running around being just all yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I'm definitely not going to the bar. I don't even drink. So I'm just like living in a car, especially my old band was so scrappy, it was it was pretty pretty bad. So just like living in the little tiny van and just like trying to climb hard things. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. No. I mean, I've definitely have seen a difference in. You know, I'm definitely win more stable. And and I mean since since we saw it all cap, I haven't done any significant for so long. Part of that is just because I was focused on some other types of training. And then I did the speed record with Tommy I've just been doing other things and not to the film for three or four months. But I don't know. I don't have any pre selling projects coming up..

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"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

03:41 min | 3 years ago

"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"That was like you the with that pencil or your pen, basically because we didn't make the first tent you start in the dark, and again, three hours and fifty six minutes like you can time this thing and the second successful attempt. Not in the successful mission. Was you didn't start in the dark? That's the difference. Between fall time this time of year. Right. Yeah. Why wouldn't I would want to just? Be. Yes, it's springtime. He's during the mentally light. What actually is hit or miss springtime is normally better. And that's when I did it was in June the days are longer, and because the sun is higher in the sky the wall shades itself for longer, so you basically have six hours of shade to work in which is long enough that you can climb the whole route in the shade. But also in the light whereas in the fall, which is when I bailed. The sun comes up so late, and then and then it so low that the way tracks cross the sky the wall, get on instantly. So you basically have two and a half three hours shade, which isn't enough time to climb the whole route. Which is what the star in the dark to make sure that I get through the hard part. But also when I was doing all the preparations I thought it would take me close to five hours. Maybe just because nobody's ever condo cap that fast. So it's hard to you know, like Tommy Caldwell who had prepared within the film. The two of us is a great character in the movie. Yeah, he's he's an amazing, man. Yes. He's awesome. But you know, he's been inspiration from childhood like Tom is. No, those old thing magazine covers of. Yeah. He said like his kid phase exactly the two of us had climbed that route together and six and a half hours previously. And that was that had been the speed record on the route. So we kind of thought that six and a half seen pretty fast. So then when you're doing the planning, I definitely didn't think that I was going to go sub for because that's, but it's really hard to know what difference it'll make when you take the rope way because there's just wait wait on you. You move. More quickly. And that's so awesome. Yeah. I mean, that's kind of the nature anytime you're doing something that hasn't been done. It's hard to into space. I mean, this is the only time in the film. They showed you running into somebody so to speak, but you you're going on in this fucking guy in a unicorn outfit is is come on. How by Eric on el-saad free thing in in a full body unicorn outfit has one of those free things. So actually, but that has that was did they know you were coming. No, no, no it's random because you know, so. So so it's like a unicorn feet. It's funny CHAI director loves the unicorn thing and every time we do CUNY together. She's like oh the unicorn the unicorn feet exactly exemplary corn. Thank you. She's like is Alex the unicorn or is there an actual unicorn. And then there was a eunuch Orangi. So fire has to be somebody somebody plows just unicorn no, no serendipity, then why is on L cap with the unicorn suit. So I pass three parties that morning. So they were the third party that I passed and the other two parties, we're just normal. You know, actually, the lower parties parties at three so there are three guys together on ledges. And I mean, it's totally normal for people to be camping on cap and in a bunch of the preparation shots where I'm like rappelling on the wall to work on sections. You can see other people's ropes all over and like things going on because I mean, okay. I mean, that's the media public land. We can all just drive in there and climb. I mean, it's seventy is the climbing unregulated you just show up, and you do things so on any given day there's dozens of parties all over. These people must have the unicorn the other people must like holy shit. You can you can a day. Like, we saw him I met I've met a couple of them later at some of the foam events who were like, oh, I was on this ledge when he passed and asked a couple of I'm like, oh, you know, how long did you watch? Or you know, because in some ways it's like, oh, this is amazing. This feat is happening while we're up here..

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"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"And it was like, that's amazing. Fuck you talking about. That's it looks terrible. We're about to watch Honolulu this. I mean, this is this is like what she think at the end of the film, which she wish equally gripped is. Yes, now, she was she was like that was an experience. Yeah. And she's a mountain girl growing, Colorado like she. I mean, you probably heard this from every one of your buddies wives or girlfriends or even just any woman. I mean, your girlfriend is such a sympathetic character in the in the film, and I don't know. I mean, I know how these things work so that certain things get played up certain things down. But it's pretty it's pretty fair. I'm in the film. That's one of the things that's made doing all the press for me, pretty easy. As that. The film is a really honest. You're like, yeah. That's last. He told me I don't want and we can. I wondered as Jimmy this to suspect that might get a different answer. But the morning of the climb and the walk to the climb was that real time. No, the walk. Maybe not a lot of it was. So the first time the failed attempt. I'm pretty sure there was I mean, I kind of forget now it's been a year. But but they filmed with me so many days of like driving the van parking walking. I think that the actual morning that I did it. I think that the crew picked me up at the base of the route. So is there a walking shot? So that may be shot on the first attack. Look, by the way. If I were you in. I was going to do go attempt that I would never have. I would I'd be like yo you can go set up on the mountain. Yeah. So that's kind of thing. So on getting my space alone instead of have I decree definitely the crew definitely learned that overtime. And so on and realized that they needed to sort of insulate me a little bit more from everything and give me my space. And so so for a bunch of the SOLAS in it, and some of them aren't even played up that much in the film. The Morocco section of the film is like a few minutes long. But actually did a bunch of their that were sort of cutting edge at the time, and there's all sort of like training, but the momentum it didn't help the narrative of the film. So just disappears into his montage. But so for those it was pretty, you know, there'd be someone hiking with me someone filming the whole thing like audio room the whole time like the whole thing is just all happening. And then I think for the actual climb toned down a little bit. But it's because we already had shot two years in material to so it's like, you know, they just knew that they needed me to actually do the climb like at some point like Like, what? whatever it takes for me to be able to perform. Yeah. No, it's pretty I mean, waking up like, I would go crazy, dude. Like if if I was about to go attempt this and this like making breakfast. And there are a lot of that stuff is all on autopilot anyway. So my breakfast was already sat out had already mixed everything. Oh, I had to do. Just pour some milk into it and starts spooning, basically just roll out of bed. Put the clothes on that already sitting there and my backpacks already packed like everything is ready. So there's no, you know, it doesn't feel like you're hemming and Han all morning like, oh, I went the first attempt, which you pulled out of may. Because the that the crew was known to that was that was. Yeah. In the film sort of plays that as like, oh, you know, the tension with the credibly. And you know, certainly, I'm sure that contributed, but but largely my ankle, basically, wasn't healed. And like the move that. I bailed on was I had to trust my way onto this right foothold like they're no handholds. It's just this blank wall. There's nothing to hold. You just see your balancing under feet and my right ankle's to all swollen. It can feel my toes, and I basically had to trust my life to stepping onto this little edge..

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"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"But it's still nothing compared to walking into how seventy valley and looking up at the walls and just feeling of grandeur and on just like, whoa. Now, we could we would have gone sooner. And we were like struggling with like finding a babysitter for the kids. And I was just take the kids. Yeah. Did you take the kids know we couldn't in in hindsight? There's no way. Day. You don't think they'd be old enough? Aren't they how they're nine and eight yet? No, they'd be so into up. Well, I think dude, you're you're completely discounting. How fucking scary. This movie is would they go in the room and never come out. No. I don't think. So I think it's extra scary because you're Fred of heights. I think that for just like a normal like for someone who's not afraid of heights, but also doesn't climb. They you know, it's scary. But it's not crazy like the directors three-year-old is washer like four times. I know. But that's that's that's Jimmy and his DNA is different than my. I mean, I think that I just don't think again, not to discourage people don't take your. But definitely take your no don't get into climbing climbing such a good healthy good active lifestyle. It's like, yeah. Take your kid to the climate. Jim take him in the movie. Look, you think you hit the nail on the head. I do think that that your story and your success. And this film will only benefit the sport. I mean, the people are I mean? I mean, I'm sure there's somebody that has the data of climbing gyms or gear sales or something that's all been on the up and up, of course. Climate is going to be any Olympics in two thousand twenty it is kind of a big thing. So the sportsman just steadily. So that's a demonstration sport in Tokyo. Along baseball and other things. Okay. So then. This is way more entertaining than base baseball. I can tell you that. I just so it's not gonna be big while free solar. It's not alcohol. You know, it's an indoor competitions based on time or based on its three different disciplines speed climbing difficulty in boulder bouldering being the short stuff, and then difficulty being with a rope. But bigger, okay. And then yes, the combined score of the three disciplines you, right? I don't want to do any of those. I don't do that. It's like it's the difference between like Olympic skiing moguls versus like big mountains in Alaska got. Yeah. Exactly. I'm more like the big mountain adventure. I'm definitely not the Olympic mogul skier. So people do in the and people that are going to win the Olympics. They're probably all like seventeen right now. It's pretty crazy. Seventeen year old gymnast probably. Yeah. Basically, I mean, it really is a lot like gymnastics. There's like crazy talent gems now, and it's just a different generation. Yes. So this mix of gymnastics, and like what's that thing where they go run around and chart core park core. No. So that really is so indoor JIMBO. Hiring is a lot like park Cornell where people like bounce off walls and jump and catch things and swing and it's all crazy. And so and it's funny because that's getting more and more popular in gyms like the setting style. When people put the holds on the wall to create the problems that style is becoming more popular in gyms because people compete, but so means that I don't wanna call myself an older guy. But I mean, I'm climbing twenty two years or something and I show up in the gym. And I'm like, I don't know how to Clement stuff anymore. It's like too jumpy and weird, and it's not like the outdoors, but this, you know, the world changes. So and what do they think about what is it? Oscars. The kademi February independ- where I'm this film has to win best documentary. Right. I mean, there's well there's a bunch of record breaking documentaries this year. There's an actually they showed a preview. Before we saw free solo for this other one about the opera singer. I've talked about that this late opera. Sing been heard about. Exactly, so funny. I was watching the premium..

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"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"And so people I think people's tendencies to get so wrapped around three thousand feet, but to me it's like first of all, I'm terrified of heights. Like just looking down even from my hotel here in Las Vegas like looking out the window mcgahn under an eye anyways past I don't know what seventy five feet past like thirty five thirty five fifty for. Sure. I mean, you're dead. Yeah. I mean people have survived hundred footfalls. I mean, people pilots have survived twenty thousand footfalls. I mean, crazy things happen. Basically if you're falling more than fifty feet. It's going to be a disaster. You're probably going to do. So I know is funny. It's within. But then the height though, still matters in terms of how long you have to pay attention. How long you stay focused. You know, how long you're in it because it's definitely a really different things like logically to to free solo a seventy five foot route versus the seven hundred and fifty foot route versus like a three thousand foot route. Because if something's only gonna take you for five minutes, you can kind of like listen to some loud music at all fired up. And here we go and just do it before you get all grouped. But if you have to do something for hours and hours, you know, you can't just like get fired up and go because twenty minutes later, you're like, I'm not fired up anymore. Yeah. You've gotta have you need to staying far. What what fatigues like when you when you free solo del cap is it is it your feet and your toes is your arms or hands or fingers. What goes like think? I think the mental side is what you really have to worry about that for the freeze owing fraying, mentally, and I've had that experience on some other soul in the past. Where you start out kind of like what I was just saying you like get all sites you like doing it? And then he'd do half of it. And you're sort of like, oh, it's starting to seem a little daunting. You know? And then pretty soon you're like why am up here? God I want to go home, and then and then. And hopefully, it doesn't all fall apart. But but then physically nothing will physically I'm average just have to think like the. I don't know. Maybe you're so well trained that it doesn't. But it's a you have to put in the greater context of the climate that you're doing so the free soul in that. I'm doing is. So within my my physical limits normally the that's just not the thing. You know, you get tired. You know, you feel your body, but your way less tired than what you'd be doing with a rope. So physically it feels pretty much fine. For me. At least it's the mental side. We have to stay motivated, stay stay in the zone, or whatever. I don't know. But you never happening with this..

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Without cycling commentator Paul Sherwen, summer wont sound the same

San Francisco Chronicle Sports - Spoken Edition

02:39 min | 3 years ago

Without cycling commentator Paul Sherwen, summer wont sound the same

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Without cycling commentator, Paul Sherwin summer won't sound the same summer is going to sound different over the weekend, beloved cycling commentator, Paul Sherwin died at his home in Uganda at age sixty two the causes suspected to be heart. Failure Sherwin a former British cycling champion and toward a France domestic became well known to American audiences for pairing with Phil Liggett to provide commentary on the tour to France, while the achievements now tainted of Lance Armstrong captured the imagination of the American public and caused a cycling boom that easy and entertaining commentary of Sherwin Liggett kept us watching through the scandals and beyond and while the taint of doping remained stuck to the sport. Even if we can't always quite believe what we see. It is always been a treat to watch the broadcast the tour to France. And then later, the tour of California has been compelling entertainment, part grueling sport event and part gorgeous travelogue, always comes. Need by the smart funny and intelligent, commentary of Sherwin Leggett. I met Sherwin in two thousand four when I hopped onto the final week of the tour de France to see Armstrong break the record for most victories in the world's most famous cycling race. I spoke to Sherwin in league in the press room before the time trial up Albadou as and as their fans would expect. They were gracious filling in a novice about the legendary climb and its place in cycling history. Liggett thirteen years throw-in senior generally received most of the credit for his emotional, witty commentary and phrases like digging into his suitcase of courage, but Sherwin was the ballast on the team keeping it on track. Dropping in historical tidbits on both cycling and countryside. This castle was built in fifteen seventy on Roman ruins Eddy Merckx once pulled over here for a nature break the to describe themselves as an old married. Couple traveling stage two stage in the same car. Perfectly in rhythm with each other. They were such a joy to listen to that one could tune into the tour. France early on July morning, just to see what was happening and still being thrilled. Three hours later. That's what makes great sports commentary. The ability to keep you entertained, even when the action isn't always compelling to make you feel like old friends are telling you, it's happening summer won't be the same without Sherwin and Killian is a San Francisco Chronicle columnist Email a Killian at SF chronicle dot com Twitter at and Killian.

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Life After Porn - Part 2

Build A Big Podcast - Marketing Podcast For Podcasters

04:01 min | 3 years ago

Life After Porn - Part 2

"This is Bill to be podcast. Dave Hooper here last episode part one. That's really what you need to start. If you haven't already heard that go download it be podcast dot com. Where to find it? I'm going to assume that you started there. But if not going to give you my disclaimer, there's no porn in this podcast. It is a podcast about podcasting. The reason that I say porn in the title is because this involves a woman emir Khalifa, a former adult film actress, she's going to be interviewed on a podcast with Lance Armstrong called Ford, and she didn't want to talk about that aspect of her career. You can understand why she wouldn't want that. However, you audiences curious about that aspect of things. And this is so common. I've got the same issue. If you listened for while, you may know, this I've got a background in the music industry, the entertainment industry, which you may not know. So also wrote a pretty well known book about mindset that a lot of new age people love, they still love it still does very well. I don't talk about it a lot not because I'm trying to hide it because I'm more interested in being known from marketing ability, specifically my ability to help you spread your message. But sometimes I could books for an interview people are going to talk about this. I'll give you an example. It's not just interviews is just in general conversation. I was at a party this weekend. Somebody walks up to me on newer casually. She said, I didn't know you're famous and that actually happens a lot because I'm on the radio if people will hear me on the radio not know, it's me because the engineers make me sound so good. And when they meet me in person is like, I don't know not that exciting. I guess they don't recognize the voice always. And sometimes they don't put two and two together. But this lady says I saw you in a movie last night. Now, I mea Khalifa not one of those movies. But it was a documentary with me, and it talking about this book, I want you to think about that situation. You're at a party, so many nos you for something that you did in the past. But you're not doing now, what do you do change the subject? Now, that's not me deny it act. Like, it doesn't exist. You could do that. But if people are interested in why not maybe you don't want to be known for that in the future. But don't kill the report by not talking about what it is that you've done in the past give a nod to it and then move forward. Here's my general approach on this last week. I was speaking in event I guy approach me about doing another speaking engagement this one was for musicians in our refused. That and the reason I refused that because I've jumped off that ship that ship has moved on I'm on another ship now as a guest, I think it's fine to have direction. Somebody primarily wants to talk about something that you did in the past. You can say. No to that. But let's look at it from both ways as a host that guy wants to know about what you did in the past. I don't think he should compromise. I don't think you need to compromise. However is part of your pass when it comes up in another interview. If that's not the main focus, if you've agreed to it go with it, our backgrounds are what make us the people that we are the people that you dated before you got married. They are what enabled you to get married. You learn things in those relationships that you're using in your current relationship. What we've done in the past our relationships activities, the work that we've done it gives our podcast the differentiating factors that we need to stand out. So let's not deny that the work that you've done the relationships that you've had the activities that you participated in. That's what got you here. Even if you jumped off the ship, even if that ship is moving on, and you have absolutely no desire to get back on it. Mia Khalifa talk about her specifically, she is known because of three months, she spent making a dull film was that a bad decision. Maybe. But it's what God are here and your decisions good or bad. That's what got you here. Embrace them. You

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When I asked her to come on the show months ago

Build A Big Podcast - Marketing Podcast For Podcasters

06:00 min | 3 years ago

When I asked her to come on the show months ago

"What the title says. But this is a podcast about podcasting. If you're looking for porn, you were in the wrong place in less podcasting. Some kind of new fetish that I'm unaware of. And I'm usually pretty hip to new fetishes seriously, though, no porn here. I think this podcast is family friendly. That depends on your family can hearing expert is here, but the topics you know, again depends on your family. Let's talk about Lance Armstrong. Lance Armstrong cyclist, Lance Armstrong. He's got a podcast. He's actually got to podcast one is about cycling. The other is about moving forward. And who better to talk about moving forward than a cyclist who seemed to have everything going for him intil? He didn't what do you do when that happens? He talks about it. The podcast is called Ford. On his podcast. There's an interview with a woman a mea Khalifa. I'm going to read the summary to you Mia Khalifa is a former adult film actress a brief stint in the porn industry. Led her to be named to the ISIS hit list. She joined Lance in Austin to discuss her experience in the adult film world a conversation. She had never shared publicly. She also talked about this stigma around the industry and how the label has followed her. They discuss her passion for sports, her cooking show and challenges of trying to date. I'm going to play a clip for you. This is from Lance not Mia that think is important lesson for all podcasters in this clip. He talks about setting up the interview we've had a lot of comments about our guest this week Mia Khalifa and before I get into introducing her later on here on the intro. Let me just say one thing right quick. So you guys can either choose to hit play or pause or hard elite or not we've had. A lot of feedback on the social channels about Mia and about the decision to have her on. I just want to say that the top of the show first of all this was one of the best episodes that I have ever sat through I come to this from maybe a unique perspective that all of the perfect people on social media don't come from. But I come to this discussion being me in me being me, and knowing how people view me, how parents mothers fathers, grandparents. Friends. Aunts uncles coaches administrators. Teachers view me. You know, there's a lot of people that would that I've been on other podcasts and people say, I can't believe you stoop to the level of having him on. So I came to it from a from a different perspective of the maybe most. And when I asked her to come on the show months ago mea said that she would should love to come on. She's listened to a few of the episodes. But that she didn't wanna talk about that part of her life. And she didn't want to talk about our family. Which you know was a tough situation for me. I thought okay, we could probably have a fun conversation. But I want to know what that was like what what what led you to make those decisions? What do you think about those decisions now? And so I just waited. And eventually she called me back and said. I'm ready to come on. And I'm ready to tell the whole story, and she's never told that story before. So I guess what I'm saying is give this a chance. This is as I told somebody on social media the other day. This is the forward personified. This is a person that made some bad choices in her life, which he'll freely admit and has decided to try to completely reinvent herself and move forward. And so for that, I'm a huge fan, and I'm a huge supporter in this conversation. If you think this is just some bullshit teenage s conversation, you're wrong. This one will rock your world. And so now is the time when you get to choose whether or not you hit delete. Are you continued to listen? And I think if you do listen you will not be disappointed. And if you do listen than obviously, I very much appreciate it. The big lesson is the as a host you hold firm to get the content that you're listening. There's want a lot of people will offer to come on your show to talk about certain things to do whatever they want that may not be what is best for your audience. What happened in this situation happens in a lot of different ways. As an example. This is something that I've experienced on my show music business radio. I've got musicians who don't want to acknowledge an old band that they were in for example. Let's say Gwen Stafani wants to come on. She doesn't want to talk about no doubt. She wants to talk about only the new stuff Bjork comes in. She doesn't want to talk about Sugarcubes. She wants to talk about her solo stuff that happens all the time authors who don't want to talk about older books entrepreneurs. I this happened on red podcast had a woman who started huge company did company didn't want to mention it. When you're talking about a new company. Here's what Lance found out Mia Khalifa came around. If you hold firm, you do your show if somebody wants to be on they'll come around if you. You do not hold firm. You are not doing your audience a service. Not all interviews a created equal, even if you've got a great person in there, if your audience wants to hear about the old stuff, or if there's something significant that your guest is done and your audience is thinking, why isn't he asking about that? You are doing them a disservice. And they're going to disconnect from you. Because you're not asking the questions that they want to know the answers for

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U.S. appeals court orders EPA to ban pesticide said to harm children

Todd Schnitt

00:50 sec | 3 years ago

U.S. appeals court orders EPA to ban pesticide said to harm children

"Environmental groups are celebrating but farmers are not after a federal appeals court decision to ban a pesticide that many say is linked to abnormal brain development in children Schaefer with the pesticide action network says the EPA proposed banning the widely. Used pesticide Clark back in two thousand. Fifteen and the ninth circuit court said Thursday you can't really take that back now and that's illegal for you. To decide that you then cannot take action you have to show the evidence, that it's still safe to have the marketplace which they have. Not been able, to do after the ruling the EPA said data used from, Columbia study on the pesticide had, been inaccessible keeping, them from making scientific assessments but Earthjustice attorney Mercer ordonio says. That doesn't, make any, sense EPA for years I. Said you, know this is a credible study she says the evidence that it is harmful to developing brains is

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Lance Armstrong fights for his public image and self image after one of the biggest secrets in business and sports

Freakonomics

00:00 sec | 3 years ago

Lance Armstrong fights for his public image and self image after one of the biggest secrets in business and sports

Tour de France 2018: Cyclist Kicked Out Of Race For Punching

Doug Stephan

04:21 min | 3 years ago

Tour de France 2018: Cyclist Kicked Out Of Race For Punching

"On PBS at, eight o'clock sometimes I feel like that's Doug, thing on FOX new. Episode of, so you think you can dance that's. At eight o'clock and NBC has what seems to be a hit? This I have only watched it, like one time but American ninja warrior seems to be a pretty big deal for NBC that's new at eight o'clock followed by new dateline NBC ABC has a new episode? Of the bachelorette we're getting down to the. Wire so there'll be? A selection very very low. Followed by new episode of proposal at ten o'clock and on, CBS a couple of new shows nine o'clock is brand new. Salvation and at ten o'clock a brand new. Elementary and don't forget shark week going to yeah I wrote that, down it is shark week that's right all week long there you go shark week where the network every there Thrills jumped into open water with all kinds of sharks last. Data, Ronda Rousey also yes. And our under they've. Got good. Celebrities this year. For I think you're jumping sharks these guys start cages Tonight Hilarious with white abyss But then show shark NATO on that this on scifi Yeah this is real eight o'clock Drew. Sharp NATO isn't true it's fake and this is why I wrote it down because you know who's going to be on monster tax night at eight. O'clock, on discovery grubbed like shrunk I forgot about that yeah Aaron Lindsey. Vonn and gronkowski will be on shark week this week I'll be happy to hear that the performance on Thursday on. The view Janine Pirro being, totally get the blank out of the studio? By by what b b has ended in the New York Times Sunday bestseller list having Ginny, Perez book number one so Janine barris said yesterday she's mega my number one who is that. Even if it looks. Like the. Same old retreaded stuff that you always read from those folks but you can thank Whoopi for making it number one and would be doesn't really care One of those things okay let's get to some sports news Jennifer, on the tour de France one of the writers was tossed for punching at competitor wow Just get mad. So Age Italian cyclist Gianni Moscone has been expelled from the two thousand. Eighteen tour de France after TV images showed him throwing a punch at illeg Esparta rider from the fortune AO Sam sec. Team What is there but what is that what's that team why maybe, another Italian team a rival team yeah race officials and team sky reviewed footage of the incident because you know all of this televised they put, it, on TV, after, the. Conclusion of Sunday stage, the tour de France commissaries use an article in the UCI regulations to come to their decision citing acts of. Violence among riders in a statement skies team principal. Dr Sir David braille suffered said Johnny is desperately disappointed in his behavior and knows that he has. Let himself the team in the race down we will address this incident with. Johnny what's tourist I just thought that. If any further action should be taken also why he punched bike pick deal I would like to offer my apologies. To both LA Gaspard and team fortune I. Sam stick for. This unacceptable incidents video footage showed Moscone churn and strike a blow. In the direction of Gaspard as the chew road in the peleton the incident happened during Sunday's stage fifty Eighteen from allow this is. A really good story guys from allow To Carcassone. Where the riders will enjoy arrest day on Monday The names story this is one of, those things that like I don't understand the tour de France. But people really love it. And I don't really get. Him it's, like golf to me I just don't, get it but people the guy that was with the singer three. And a half. Weeks long and people keep watching Lance Armstrong Lance Armstrong lost it's best to go on tour to raise your right on that Pretty sure that was from Canada You. Got cancer from riding those bikes that's those those little Testicle actually just fell. Off after that way..

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Report: Stevante Clark, brother of Stephon Clark, arrested on threat charges

01:54 min | 3 years ago

Report: Stevante Clark, brother of Stephon Clark, arrested on threat charges

"Trend apprentice who helped the singer obtained pay medication says he's relieved with the outcome officials say they've determined prince died after taking a counterfeit pain medication that was laced with a powerful pain drug fenton all something he may not have been aware of francis cousin charles smith says he's disappointed with the investigation is still has lots of questions got to be some reason why someone should be held accountable for the fence on their prince apparently became addicted to painkillers as a result of a long standing hip injury lance armstrong the one time cycling superstars reached a five million dollars settlement with the federal government overcharges armstrong to friday the us postal service which sponsored his cycle team armstrong admitted to doping on wall street the dow dropped eighty three points this is npr news i'm tara siler the brother of an unarmed black man who has shot and killed by sacramento police last month has been arrested on felony charges and is being held without bail capital public radio's bob moffitt reports the arrest comes as protests over stefan clark's death continue devante clark was booked into the sacramento county jail on felony charges of making criminal threats assault and vandalism pd sergeant vance chandler says clark has made numerous nine one one calls in recent days he has been calling our dispatch center and while in bed estimating that all that how we discovered that these crimes were committed the arrest came at about the same time a group of eighty people delivered one hundred thousand signatures collected online to the local district attorney's office they demand she charged the officers who killed stefan clark sacramento district attorney says it could be a year before the investigation is complete for news i'm bob moffitt in sacramento state officials are that the trump administration will pay for california national guard troops to be ployed to the southern border and elsewhere late yesterday governor jerry brown agreed to deploy four hundred guard members to the border and other parts of the state to combat drugs gangs and gun running but not immigration enforcement trump tweeted this morning that brown's deployment will and his words do nothing and the federal government will not pay but this afternoon the california national guard said it received written confirmation from the pentagon that it will fund the deployment and that nothing has.

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"I failed miserably in that regard": Philadelphia police commissioner responds after week of controversy

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02:02 min | 3 years ago

"I failed miserably in that regard": Philadelphia police commissioner responds after week of controversy

"Washington state prosecutors in minneapolis now say no one will face criminal charges in connection with the overdose death of singer prints in two thousand sixteen the doctor who prescribed the musician pain medication will pay a civil penalty a friend of princess who helped the singer obtained pay medication says he's relieved with the outcome ficials say they've determined prince died after taking a counterfeit pain medication that was laced with a powerful pain drug fenton all something he may not have been aware of prince's cousin charles smith says he's disappointed with the investigation is still has lots of questions got to be some reason why and someone should be held accountable for the fence and on their prince apparently became addicted to painkillers as a result of a long standing hip injury lance armstrong the one time cycling superstars reached a five million dollar settlement with the federal government over charges armstrong defraud the us postal service which sponsored his cycle tain armstrong admitted to doping on wall street the dow dropped eighty three points this is npr the police commissioner of philadelphia's issuing an apology today after the arrest of two black men for trespassing at a city starbucks last week as joe hernandez from member station whyy reports the incident gained national attention was widely seen as an example of racial bias philadelphia police commissioner richard ross says he sorry for saying that officers did quote absolutely nothing wrong when they arrested rashawn nelson and dante robinson ross who is black says although the officers acted within the law both he and they didn't realize that starbucks routinely allows customers to hang out without making a purchase ross says the police department needs to do better and it starts at the top and that starts with me so messaging is important in failed miserably in this regard ross says the department is working on a new policy for handling trespassing calls for npr news i'm joe hernandez in philadelphia it's a boy a cry that's become all too familiar for.

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