40 Burst results for "Lewis"
Fresh update on "lewis" discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo
"Just to be on their phone like, yeah, whatever. It's good. They got this. The comfort with impending doom at all times is really something to behold. And that's everybody around a Formula One track. Yeah, yeah, maybe that's it. I was watching this guy run out and grab some. I'm like, Jesus, that was around a corner, too. But again, I don't think they were like, hey, Dave go, I think you're good. Yeah. There's been some deaths over the course of F one history involving people running out of the track like that. Even Lewis, though, when he looks like he's going to win this thing and then he's like, hey, why are we not on mediums? And they're just like, hey, you're good for 40 laps, Louis, you're good. And by the way, when you're running so many caution laps with the virtual car, those are not the same laps. That's not the same level of stress you're putting the tires under so whatever your normal projections would be 40 laps to the card. Considering all the ones under caution, like you're clear, you're clear by the end of it, and I don't think it was ever an issue, especially how fast the pace that Louis had towards the end of it. So, look, if you're new to it, this was one of the absolute confusing ones, but it was so much fun if you have a little experience with it and it all leads up to one final race here for everything and honestly, I'm with you if Louis pulls this out after the control it seemed like max had and that max is basically capable of anything and that's kind of what I like about him, but I don't know if I'm a bad guy for like liking it and enjoying it, which it sounds like. I'll just say the pressure is also on for stopping because as we've talked about many times and going abroad, everything changes next year, like the regulations and all that stuff. So it's not like, oh, we'll get a next year. There's no telling who's gonna be, I mean, we have a good idea, but there's no telling that whether or not these guys are gonna have similar cars, whether they're gonna have some more dominance. And so this is Red Bull's best chance to end the Mercedes stronghold. It's right in front of them and they have to take it. And they know that Mercedes knows that they know that. They know that Mercedes knows that they know that. It is psychological warfare to an incredible degree. Yeah, in the constructor series is basically done now. It would have to be disastrous. They're down almost 30 points. Botox. Botox is in his bag. Yeah, he's going out big man. He actually seemed happy. And Lewis after, I mean, Botox always looks miserable all the time. I think he was so happy to get that podium. Yesterday, he was liking a good mood for the first time in a while. And Lewis didn't even look like he wanted to talk to anybody. For stopping with so Mac, they clearly like botos is kind of giving a side I like is everything gonna be okay over there. I don't think Lewis wanted to make max angry. I think matches the kind of guy who might punch somebody. I don't know who he's gonna punch. I think he might punch somebody. Yeah, I see max is somebody that's difficult in every single transaction in his daily life. Like nothing, nothing he'd be a tough roommate. He'd be I regret bringing him into my summer. You know? Dude, I went circles around you and that summer house draft. I was the Haas of summer house, F one drafting. But so when you look at 2022, who knows? It could be Hoss this year. So your shirts now because those quarter zips are gonna sell out once they start podium. All right, any Concacaf shit, we gotta touch on. I think we're good, right? No, nothing. Everton's disaster, José Mourinho, things are going south..
Attorney General Merrick Garland Sues Texas Over New Redistricting Maps
"The most failed human being to ever walk in that office again makes Eric holder look like a prince right Merrick Garland is now suing the state of Texas over its redistricted congressional map That's hilarious Hilarious I ran for office in the state of Maryland The most gerrymandered districts in the country One of them is stuck right in the heart of deep blue Maryland which is weird because the DoJ is right there in Maryland's backyard their headquarters in Washington D.C. and yet Merrick Garland sues a Republican state Why Why isn't he suing the state of Maryland over their gerrymandered map There is a district in Maryland district What is it three They call it like the salamander because it's cut like you have to like get in a boat across a marsh You have to go Lewis and Clark across the marsh get out put like your Dickey boots on get out Walk across get into like a bus Then to make your way across the district It is the most non contiguous district you've ever seen in your life Yet it's in the blue state of Maryland so that it's A-okay Matter of fact liberal nutcases in Maryland just proposed an even more gerrymandered map because Maryland has a 7 one 7 Republicans one Democrat administration They want to get rid of the one Republican left on the eastern shore in the Harris yet Merrick Garland's not suing the state of Maryland for a fair map why because Merrick Garland is a grotesque city He is a filthy corrupt human being whose sole purpose is to be Joe Biden's henchman from The White House to weaponize the DoJ to attack Republicans to attack parents who speak up at school board meetings to attack Republican states who redistrict their states not to his liking This guy is
Fresh update on "lewis" discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo
"Obviously never want a driver's championship before, because Mercedes has not even allowed him in the same zip code. And I think that it is too much right now for over stop. And I'm not, there are a lot of smart people who think he's just going to stop the bleeding at Yas Marina and win on Sunday. I would not be surprised by that at all. But what I am saying is that seeing for stopping loses cool a little bit. I guess that's the Bill Walsh clutch thing. I keep coming back to it. There's no such thing as clutch. There's only executing when everybody else is freaking out. That's Lewis Hamilton right now. Yeah, what Louis is doing these last few races if you're new to this. Although I would argue if I had never watched any F one, if I didn't know anything about it, and this was my first experience. I may have hated it. I'd be like, what the hell is this? It just keeps stopping all the time. And then the least climactic part of the entire race is the part that you wanted to be at the end, but once and that's true, right? Once max got to 5 seconds, but they didn't have it up on the graphics that he kind of knew it was over and at that point it was just holding onto second to stay even for the point race. Correct? Yes, yes. Exactly. Okay. And then another just little node on the complaining part is that Louis is sitting there freaking out. I think it's just a window into the tenseness, even though these guys seem so secure in these moments. Like imagine racing like this for ten 15 laps and almost crashing twice. And this is a very dangerous course. There's so many blind corners. There's nowhere else to go. I was working with spots. When you're in the cockpit of the car, angle of it and granted, they have it all memorized the muscle memory of all the different turns and all that shit. It's still like, if anything happens in front of you, it's pretty scary. Oh, and by the way, when there's debris out there and they haven't red flagged the race and guys are running out that look like, I don't know, Kevin James and Mark cop movie. Like, hey, can you grab that piece of fiberglass over there? And the guy runs out of this like little cage and almost falls down as he's running back around and I'm thinking like, I'm sure they haven't mapped out pretty well that he's not in danger, but it doesn't feel real safe, but he to Lewis on the go ahead go ahead, Kevin. No, I was gonna say it's crazy to see up up close and you'll see it when you go to a race next year probably. And I've actually the only time I've ever been around proper Formula One cars is when I did a thing in Los Angeles where they basically did an exhibition on Hollywood Boulevard by the office of the ringer. And it was amazing there were a bunch of X drivers there like Dave colter and those guys, and they were in the street and they're comfort level with F one cars going past him at like 70 mph is astounding. They'll be like a foot away from Botox, just going.
Panthers score four goals in third to beat Capitals 5-4
"The the Panthers Panthers bounced bounced back back from from their their only only home home loss loss of of the the season season by by race race in in the the four four one one deficit deficit in in the the third third period period of of a a five five four four victory victory over over the the capitals capitals Sam Sam Reinhart Reinhart scored scored the the winning winning power power play play goal goal with with fourteen fourteen point point four four seconds seconds left left sending sending the the cats cats to to their their twelfth twelfth win win in in thirteen thirteen home home games games eight eight two two Lewis Lewis stormed stormed in in and and Ryan Ryan Lomberg Lomberg each each had had a a goal goal and and an an assist assist for for the the cats cats who who fired fired twenty twenty six six shots shots in in the the final final period period Aaron Aaron Ekblad Ekblad had had three three assists assists and and Sergei Sergei Bobrovsky Bobrovsky stopped stopped twenty twenty three three shots shots Nick Nick Jensen Jensen had had a a goal goal and and an an assist assist for for the the caps caps who who lost lost for for just just the the third third time time in in twelve twelve games games I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie
Fresh update on "lewis" discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo
"In fact four seconds of just cold condensation of the back of your neck is the difference when it comes to F one. And so then Lewis is freaking out because he's going, well, this is bullshit, red flag, man. This is bullshit man. This is bullshit. Red flag. And they're like, dude, how do you not understand the red flag part of this? And then there's the announcers to their credit pointed out, you're like, this isn't new. This is what happens. And when you red flag, everybody can do it. And then it happened again. I mean, at one point, max had taken Lewis off the restart that was incredible. It looked like Lewis had him at that first turn again, max goes off the course and he's like, no, I'm not giving this back to you. They tell him, oh, by the way, you have to give him back this position. And max plays it perfectly going into a DRS zone where he knows if I give this back up, I'm going to get it right back and then they show total wolf from Mercedes being like this fucking guy. And then the one that really, I think even pissed off, I'm sorry. Who's the analyst with crafty on this one? He's world champ. I forget his name. Martin Brundle? Yeah. Is it? And so at this point, max is told, hey, you've got to give the position back to Hamilton. And it depends on who you believe in this one. Max stops, but doesn't give him the full width of the track. He kind of stops in the middle, Hamilton's behind him crashes into him. It's unbelievable that the front wing for Hamilton wasn't damaged enough he actually didn't put up a fastest laugh because Hamilton's insane. But then Hamilton's like a quick break me or break tested me, which means you just slam on the brake to hope the other guy would crash him from behind you. Max obviously saying that's not the case we gave him room if he didn't fucking stop and we can't control what he's doing behind us. And then at that point he got the penalty. So it wasn't really going to matter. So we didn't have actually the very great drama at the very end. But it's just important to describe this as anybody who wasn't listening because I think max is capable of doing literally anything and that's probably why he's become easily my favorite favorite driver on the circuit. He just is. I feel like that's kind of a lame move for me. I've been flirting with maybe the McLaren thing, you know, Haas, tough weekend for hos again. Sorry. But max that he will basically do whatever and maybe that's shitty of me to like that because even Brundle on the broadcast was like, I mean, there was a great line in there where he's basically like, this was too much. Max, this was too much from somebody today, where we love how competitive he is, but this was just too much for a race. Yeah. I.
Analyzing Kyle Rittenhouse's Defense Team With Jenna Ellis
"Bring up we were addressing in the last hour the ridiculous claims by the assistant DA there Krause Jim crows Who would somehow imply that Kyle rittenhouse was under some legal obligation to get into a fistfight with rosenbaum First in a Jedi again I'm not a lawyer that's obvious I wasn't investigated though I'm quite familiar with the law It's absurd It's like suggesting again Ray Lewis or Lennox Lewis or Mike Tyson approaches you in the street and throws up their hands and you're under an obligation to duke it out with him first before you pull a fire That is nowhere in the self defense code The essential component of many of them I don't know every single state law but the essence of it is you a reasonable person would be in fear of an SPI serious physical injury or death Is it not that's like the staple of self defense law in just about every state Absolutely And Wisconsin under waxing and I'm not an attorney in Wisconsin but that appears to be the same standard here And clearly the prosecutors were arguing bad points of law And this is where I think it's interesting that the defense didn't object And now closing arguments opening statements those aren't evidence And so you have to be careful as the defense training You don't want to object too much as if you think they're making a good point that you don't want the jury to hear But if I'm the defense attorney and I've done this before in trials is actually objecting to say wait a second That's a myth characterization of the law And just so we're clear judge would you reiterate And kind of put yourself on the side of the judge Like judge would you be helpful Because this guy is so bad he doesn't even understand that he's articulating the law terribly right now Could you please help the jury out thanks so much and make yourself look like you and the judge you know what you're talking about And that guy is a
Fresh update on "lewis" discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo
"And government expenditure and last year we achieved the largest ever recorder reduction in the budget deficit 1.5 billion. Okay. The results are in. The Saudi Arabian Grand Prix going into this max had an 8 point lead ahead of Lewis Hamilton, if you look at the last few results to go back to the United States Grand Prix, that was in October. It was max with Hamilton, Perez, a great, great day for Red Bull. Max takes Mexico, Hamilton, Perez, again, and then things started to change. Brazil cutter. This is now, by the way, we've had 13 times this season, the top two finishes have been either Hamilton or Verstappen one or two. And Hamilton pulls this one off with Paul max was in third and we had all sorts of commotion in this one. I mean, at the timeline of this is not that lap ten Hamilton switches tires because we've got a caution and then they red flag and it lapped 13, which means everybody's going to start all over again. We had multiple restarts in this. It felt like max and Hamilton were going to crash into each other the entire time. We'll get to all that stuff. I just wanted to share that timeline. Hamilton pulls this one out Verstappen ends up coming in second. Botox is the very end getting a podium in third place. I've been talking like at the very last stretch of this race. So now we are all even with one race to go in Saudi Arabia 369.5 points for both Hamilton and Verstappen as max chases first ever world championship in Lewis goes for number 8. Wow. So after Brazil, total wolf said that the diplomacy has ended. Like there was a kind of a Cold War between Red Bull and Mercedes and it became kind of a hot war after that. And basically it was that he thought Red Bull was working the refs. And there's a lot of kind of NBA Finals type of situation here where there's a lot of, hey, watch this. They're really going too hard in the paint kind of stuff. And it's amazing to me that you see now so clearly, you know, I was reading the BBC right up of this over the weekend. And listen, Verstappen knows he can afford a collision. With Hamilton and Hamilton can not. And they're racing like it. Verstappen knows that the two of them crash for stop and wins. And the reason being is that for stop and has more wins than Hamilton. And so if the season ended in both them were level one points for stop and would win. It's 9 Wednesday wins. And so Verstappen has clearly he's driving like a lunatic, and he does not give an inch out there. We've seen that. He was given a 5 second time penalty, a ten second time penalty. I had to give up give back his place. Neither of these guys want to give up even an inch on the other and they're racing like it and for stopping as the upper hand because he knows he can afford a huge wreck. But it is one of the most fascinating and dramatic things I've ever seen in sports. Yeah, it's just so you can understand like Louis has poll here because max probably would have had poll, but he had a mishap during qualifying. And you know, at lap ten, we have Schumacher crash into a barrier. And they're working their way around it. And basically the race officials after three laps of being in caution are like, look, the safety cars out, this isn't going to work. We get a red flag this. So for people to understand it, that means then as Verstappen during that stretch during caution, Hamilton and Botox both pitted, all right? They go to the hard tires. They felt like if it's a 50 lap race, 40 Pirelli tells him you can make it 40 laps on the heart. And I feel like max is as simple as I just wanna stay out 'cause now I'll be in the lead. I honestly think that's the way he's wired. And he stays out and then he doesn't have any ground on Hamilton at all. I mean, he's only moved up one position, but now he still has to pit at some point with his tire situation and Hamilton's thinking he can go to the exact end and then like every single race car driver that we have access to, which is mostly max and Lewis the whole time. They bring you about literally everything. I mean, you want to talk about NBA players complaining. These guys have been in this for their full professional careers and it's like they don't even understand some of the shit that happens. So when the red flag happens, that means you can just pit everybody just stops again, goes back to their grid and then you can work on the car for as long as you want to once they're ready to restart the race and they have people taking the debris off and reestablishing the cushions at this turn because they felt like it wasn't going to be safe if there was another crash there. So off the restart, which I thought was hilarious at 1.2 when they were full on pitted, there was somebody from Red Bull who put an ice water bag on the back of max's neck for about four seconds. It's important. We're in fact four seconds of just cold condensation of the back of your neck is the difference when it comes.
Keith Getty Describes New Album 'Confessio,' a Love Letter to His Irish Heritage
"Book. But we're here to talk about your album. Tell us my friend. Confessio, this goes back to Irish American route. So you're in Nashville now, but you're from Ireland, and your wife is from Ireland. And talk and talk about the album, confessio, brand new album. Will you kindly interview us before sing global last year? We started the family him saying and did sing global all last year through the pandemic. And then we were honestly our heads were just fried. And so we went home for a year. So 7 days after 7 days after sing global, we flew home, 9 11. It's an easy day to remember, getting in a plane. On 9 11, we flew back to Ireland, and we stayed in Ireland for the whole year. Like John Lennox and C. S. Lewis and Allison McGrath and many other people who you know, we come from that tiny little north coast of Ireland and we spent the year there. And this album really is a love letter to that. You know, we, you know, we come from this place that Christianity is 17th centuries old that until the 1980s gave more missionaries per capita than any country in the world. South Korea and I give the most. And but also, but also this connection as you brought our four daughters who are all American citizens. He brought them back. We're all born in America. As he brought them back to their heritage and explained to them, here's been kind of donegal or John Newton's boat came in and he wrote, begun to write amazing grace. Here's here's where beat on my vision was written. And here's our culture and we began to realize that even as musicians that everything from country music to bluegrass to gospel songs to ship note hem the day to American and Appalachian music are all outgrowths of our own scotch Irish tradition that we have. And so this album was just really, I think it's a love letter to our
Fresh update on "lewis" discussed on Box of Neutrals
"On Spotify. iTunes and wherever you find good podcasts. The hairdresser, maybe. They don't always play music. That was the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix review. And this is really weird to say, but next week, the last rice of the year, and we don't know who the champion is here. Kraft off on this quite quick because it comes from James was like at one point I remember it was like another 6 grands to go. Yeah. And now here we are. We're at the grand final of spools. Hold your breath. This is the big one. So I am absolutely excited. I mean, you just think back of all the other sort of 94 season finales and I sort of ended to 97. There have been so many more controversial endings than these, but it's just we got Twitter and everyone sort of has an opinion now. So, you know, opinions are like. Everyone's got one. So I'm just, I just hope it's satisfied. Yeah. It can't be a dull affair because there is so much on the line. There's Hamilton get title number out and therefore, you know, there is no doubt that he's the best of all time, or does Max Verstappen finally break through and just give Red Bull finally after such a premiership draft. Almost the decade, will they finally crack through and get the title? It is. Oh man, it's the best. It is so good. So forget about your garage about rules and red flag Thai Chinese what have you just soak up the week enjoy it because that don't come around that often. So you have to say that you and I have watched enough Formula One every year. The few and far between. So just savor it because this is a battle for the iTunes. It is. It is so good. You really sometimes have to pinch yourself zero points between them after 21 races. Think of the tracks we visited the things that are happening to see a no point separating Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen. It's an incredible prospect and who knows when we ever going to get a championship quite like this one with the storylines like this one with the tightness of this one. Who knows what will happen for the next 5 years that's the little town silly district. But I think it's fair to say that just the amount that's at stake for these guys aside from it being a championship is massive. Hold your breath Rotterdam or algebra, Steven age. That's where it's gonna be. It is a beautiful thing. Rob dare I say, do you want to make a prediction? I feel like that's the kind of episode for that. Wow, yeah, because of the next one will be because this way came out. Next one's gonna wrap it all up. Let's see what's this weekend? The next one we're gonna know who's the winner. Yeah. Okay. Louis. In the Louis. I've been on the max bandwagon for a very long time. I want him to win it. Just as a neutral supporter, don't care otherwise, but it just would be nice to have someone else with it and of course for his first as well. But, you know, if I'm thinking with my head, the way things are going, this is Hamilton written all over the engraving that we referenced a couple of weeks ago. I reckon he can sneak in the letter H in there because it just scrub out the X I don't reckon it's gonna be there. I don't know if it's gonna be there, so yeah, just for me, this is Louis trophy. Oh man, I wouldn't decide Lewis as well, but that sounds boring me. I don't think we're both right or wrong, doesn't it? Maybe I have to say max, but it does feel like momentum is with Louis at this point. It is such a thing as momentum in Formula One. But it's gonna be fascinating either way, I can't wait to see how this championship is decided because it's been let's be honest, one hell of a ride this year so far, next week, of.
'The Most Reluctant Convert' Director Norman Stone on His Journey to This Project
"Folks there's a new film about C. S. Lewis called the most reluctant convert, I recommend it highly highly, very highly. And I thought, wouldn't it be great to get the director of the most reluctant convert about C. S. Lewis in the studio? Unfortunately, oh, wait a minute. Norman is that you? So me? It's still you. All right, let's keep talking. I have to plug myself in here. The book surprised by joy, which is C. S. Lewis's, I guess you could call it his autobiography, his memoir. I modeled my own spiritual memoir fish out of water on surprised by joy because what I like about surprised by joy and what comes out in the film is that Lewis doesn't only talk about spiritual things. He tells you about his whole life. And by giving you the context of who he is and growing up, the epiphany that comes in his later 20s, it has a resonance that it wouldn't have if he just said, let me tell you about God. He goes through the whole story. And it makes it very honestly. I was gonna say it's not some spiritual story. It's honest, but you have to be just tremendously familiar with this material by now. I mean, I am so familiar with it that Suzanne and I watched the last night. And I found myself I paused it and I quoted the next line. And then I hit play and there's the line. You know, I mean, how many times have I heard versions of this or whatever. So it's something you're very familiar with, but I would guess it would help you to direct the film. Yes, it did. I mean, I've been it was 19 80, I think when I started preparing for my first Lewis film. So yeah I love him to bits. He speaks clearly. He's got humor. It's the truth, truth truth. Well, you know what the real thing fun was when we were doing shutter lands back in the early 80s. I met the people that were still there. I met people who knew him, you joy. I went to tea in a little miss marvel cottage with a wonderful lady who knew them both. And she just. And they, there's more than one that is opened up the other side that doesn't get on the page. I
Norman Stone on the Success of His Latest Film 'The Most Reluctant Convert'
"Votes my guess is Norman stone film director and the film we're discussing the new film is the most reluctant convert all around the country all around the world, but you can find it at C. S. Lewis movie dot com C. S. Lewis movie dot com. You have to be excited about the success of this film Norman. I mean, it's one thing to have artistic success. You've never not had that. I've watched your stuff. But to have people respond, has to be very gratifying. It's you Americans. When I work for the BBC, I was known as the half American kid because I loved it over here. I like Americans. And I love filming in America, and so on. And that stays, but even me with my experience of your visionary possibilities. This is grown me away. We came over for Wednesday. What is it now? Monday, Tuesday. Tuesday. Wait and say again, I saw that again. I don't know. We came over here. It's a day. We came over here and there was this meant to be this little launch with summer and then discovered it's going to be elsewhere. But it just got bigger and bigger and bigger. It tells me two things. It tells me that people are hungry for this story, which is great. And it tells me that I can swing open the library doors to the rest of Lewis. Somebody asked me that when I was doing the first shutter lands and I said, what do you want to achieve? And I was a good question. And I said, really what I'd like to achieve is swing open the library doors, because if you haven't read Lewis, and you're not aware of him, it's all there. It's all there. He's sold a billion. A quarter of a billion must get too exaggerated. He sold a quarter of a billion books. I don't know if it's done that. He has died in the 63. He's selling more books every year than the previous year don't you hate people
Director Norman Stone on His New CS Lewis Film 'The Most Reluctant Convert'
"And let me just tell you, I'm a fan of C. S. Lewis. Which brings me to my friend Norman stone, the film, director, Norman stone, got on the map early in 1984 by directing a film called shadowlands for the BBC starring Claire Bloom, Joss ackland, and he's been doing all kinds of things, but a little bit of C. S. Lewis here and there. He has just directed a new film called the most reluctant convert starring our friend max McLean and Norman stone across the pond from the environs of Glasgow is here with us in the studio. Norman is that you. This is still me, yeah. It's still you. My friend, listen, we've been friends for a long time. And you and I have had millions of silly conversations or at least hundreds. But we both love C. S. Lewis. So when I found out from max McLean, in this studio, you know, he's starring as Lewis, but that you had directed it, I flipped, because I said, there's literally nobody else who should direct the film. Can you tell us because there are people tuning in, they didn't hear the max maclean interview. They may not know about the film rather than my telling them what I know. Tell us what is the film and what will we find in the film? Okay. Louis did write a lot of books, you're right. One of the ones that's probably the most impressive in many ways is the surprise by joy. Basically it's his own story. He writes with a self deferential wit and information comes out and you want to read more. So this is how he began life turned into an atheist and then was a very dogmatic atheist. Anyone can university after a trip for the First World War and so on. And he soon being challenged by people like
Panthers top Caps in OT for franchise's best 10-game start
"The Panthers are nine oh one one following a five four overtime win against the capitals eight two Lewis star in and scored one fifty five into overtime against the caps who have suffered for their five losses either in O. T. or shoot out Florida's Alexander Barkov tallied that raises his career total to one eighty eight tying only opening for the most in franchise history I know O. G. was a legend here he was a great great player played here for a long time and was the face of the franchise for a long time here so I'm really proud that I did get to be on the same same level with him and that that category Florida's nineteen points to the team's most ever through ten games of the season Alex of its connected his tenth goal of the season and had two assists for Washington I'm Dave Ferrie
Panthers reach 8-0, winning first game without Quenneville
"The Panthers are an NHL best AT and after Alexander Barkov second goal of the night gave them a three two overtime win against the red wings eight two Lewis star in and had a goal and Sergei Bobrovsky made twenty eight saves helping the Panthers move within two of the NHL record for consecutive victories to start the season Andrew Burnett ran the Panthers today after Joel Quenneville resigned as head coach Quenneville was among those implicated for not responding swiftly to allegations by former Chicago player Kyle beach of being sexually assaulted by an assistant coach in twenty ten I'm Dave Ferrie
US set to appeal UK refusal to extradite WikiLeaks' Assange
"The US is asking the Britain's High Court to overturn a judge's decision that Julian a song she should not be sent to America to face espionage charges in January a local judge refused an American request to extradite assault on spying charges a decade ago denying extradition on health grounds and saying the sound was likely to kill himself if held under harsh US prison conditions now an attorney for the U. S. government James Lewis argues that judge was incorrect when she wrote the songs would be a risk of suicide because of any oppressive conditions the authorities also argue a song does not meet the threshold of being so ill that he cannot resist harm himself the hearing is expected to last from four to six weeks Charles Taylor this month
Eric and Max McLean Discuss the Genius of C.S. Lewis
"Was that C. S. Lewis was such an amazing writer. I will compare him to Shakespeare because he wrote his own literature. And I don't mean he wrote literature. I mean, he created a literature, I guess chesterton is a little bit like that. They wrote in so many genres with such genius that they created a whole world. Chesterton was the inspiration for much of his apologetic works. But I would say it was McDonald was his inspiration for this fantasies. And also George Charles Williams as well. I just read that hideous strength, and that's a Charles Williams novel. I was going to say that idiot strengths, which is the third of his so called space trilogy which always annoys me. It's not released based children. I don't know what it is. But it's kind of like Narnia for adults. Well, it's pretty Narnia too. And it was pre Narnia. Yeah. Well, those books are just their genius. I mean, I find it to be one of the great it should be taught alongside Paradise lost in 20th in survey courses of 20th. I keep saying to him, survey courses of western literature. It's genius. It's a retelling of Paradise lost. It's incredible. And that hideous strength, what do you even make? It's prescient its prophetic. It is amazing when you read that you think we're living through this now, unfortunately. But a lot of people aren't familiar with those books, but per landra and that hideous strength. They're just out of the crazy, amazing books. But he wrote poems, some of them are great, one of my favorite ones is the one that I was there in 1998 when they put it up in Addison's walk behind the colleges behind Marlin college where he was, whereas rooms were and where I bumped into you one day. Do you remember that? Yes. You were this was before you gave you anyway. I remember bumping into you on Addison's walk. It's a beautiful place. It is where Lewis came to faith in some
Eric and Max McLean Discuss C.S. Lewis's Greatest Sermon
"I'm talking about one of my favorite subjects ever C. S. Lewis, the author, the Christian apologist, talking to a dear friend, max McLean. Max, you've spent much of your life bringing Lewis to life on the stage. I've seen you do a number of things. They blur together in my mind. I can't remember divorce. Okay, so screw tape, the great divorce and the most in convert, which I saw what? Three years ago, I don't know. It was it opened in New York. It ran for 15 weeks in New York in 2016. Well, not only that, but I was privileged, I think in either maybe it was 2005 to see you it might have been after that, to see you give the sermon the weight of glory. The saint Mary's church in Cambridge, that's the place where Lewis gave that sermon in the 50s, I guess, 41. 41. Really? Wow. One of his most famous sermons. And it's funny as a sermon because, you know, people have different ideas of what sermons are. This is just like a spectacular essay that's also a sermon. But you memorize the whole thing. That was pretty influential in the writing of this play. In fact, the it concludes with a good bit of a weight of goy. There are no ordinary people. We've never met a mere mortal. Yeah. I'll say. I want to convert a lot of what Louis wrote into hard boiled 30s dialog. Gee joy your swell. She probably spoke like that as a New Yorker. You've done so much of this, but to bring it to the screen because that's to me, it's always been one of the frustrations of theater, is that only so many people get to the theater, and that there is something when you can put it on the screen, of course, it's different. But you had our friend Norman stone turn it into a
Max McLean's Play 'The Most Reluctant Convert' Tracks C.S. Lewis's Journey From Atheism to Christianity
"I've lived long enough to where my friend max McLean has made a film called the most reluctant convert, the untold story of C. S. Lewis. So how did you come to make this film? Well, COVID had a lot to do with it. The play was running. We were doing a lot of college tours with the play. March 15th of last year, everything ended. When did the most reluctant convert become a play and tell my audience in case they don't know why is it titled the most reluctant convert? Well, it's about Louis's journey from vigorous to bunker of Christianity to becoming the most reluctant convert in all of England. I gave in and admitted that God is God, nelton prayed, perhaps the most dejected, reluctant, convert 7 or English. And those long story, it started with the death of his mother at, I guess he was 9. He had a terrible relationship with his father. He experienced the brutality of World War I and this got into the conclusion that either there's no God behind the universe, a God indifferent to go to an evil or worse an evil God. And that's where that's kind of the Nader of his disbelief and it's from there that we follow his journey to becoming the most influential Christian of the 20th
'Is Atheism Dead?' Live From Freedom Night in America With Eric Metaxas
"On some college campus is not all of them, the atheists evangelize with more fervor than Christians do on those campuses. And so Eric, what do you think the reason for that is? It seems that atheists are not comfortable being alone. And this is always, I've always tried to challenge them, I say, if there's no, if you don't believe in an eternal life or a creator, you only got so much time left. You better live it up, right? What are you doing trying to convince people for that? By the way, just a reminder, I got a couple of these. You could steal these Eric because you're big on that, right? Is without God, there would be no atheists. Remember that. So and you got to think about that for a second without there would be no way. I'm pretty sure that C. S. Lewis or chesterton. That's chesterton. You can't fool me. Go ahead. It was actually my Uber driver, Eric, okay? So I watched the video where you got that from. The guy who gets his joke from the Uber driver. That was Chris. That was the guy who just passed away. You know, you know, I'm talking about. Norm McDonald's. Oh yeah, yeah, from SNL. He told a story, okay, never mind. Let's continue. I'm looking up the chapter that answers the question you're asking me. Keep going. But most important question when it comes to dealing with an atheist. And we all have atheists in our lives, which is do you hope you're wrong? It's the most important question. Which is if you ask someone who believes in atheism, do you hope you're wrong? Because if you're dealing with an honest person, no atheist actually hopes to believe in nothing. You actually want to believe there is no love. There is no justice. There is no eternal life. And so if an atheist says, you know what, I do hope I'm wrong. Then you're dealing with an honest broker. But if someone says, you know what? I want to be right more than what could possibly be good. Then that right there is a completely different conversation that you're having. At a very fundamental level, even every single atheist should want to be proven wrong. Every single I don't know where I heard that, but I know it's not original with you. But seriously, no, but the point is that that's exactly true. But the other thing and you just asked me this question and I want to answer this, it's in the book. I couldn't find it. But if you believe there's no God, okay? It follows logically. And this is the problem. People don't want to deal with this. They just want to say there's no God, and I can do what I want. No, no, no. If there is no God, there is absolutely no measure of good or evil. There's literally no meaning in the universe. Your life is no different than the life of a gnat. And if that's true, that life is utterly meaningless. The bleakness of that is
Jon Gruden Resigns as Raiders Coach Over Decade-Old Offensive Emails
"John Gruden has always been kind of a wild child in the NFL always been a little bit of a loose cannon, if you will. And I believe he was also he was also the coach of the Oakland Raiders in like the 90s. And then he went to the Buccaneers and led them to the Super Bowl very complicated. But then he rejoined the Raiders in 2018 after he was an analyst on Monday Night Football. Do you remember those things he used to sit down with the quarterbacks? And it was like Gruden's corner. I've never been a big fan of Jon Gruden. I'll be very honest. One in 2002, that's right, my memory's not too bad. I'm not going to be an apologist for Jon Gruden. Okay? I'm sure he lives a complicated life like most people in the NFL. But this recent saga involving in his resignation slash termination is disgusting. And the national Football Association is in many different ways. In enterprise that is built on a House of Cards. The entire structure of how many of the teams are filed as nonprofits on how almost every stadium is built thanks to taxpayer dollars. There's a lot of corruption that exists in the national football, the National Football League. And so it came out a couple days ago that John Gruden is going to be fired, or it has to speak out for his racist and homophobic emails over ten years ago. And I shrugged my shoulders and I actually didn't know where this one was going to go. Because John Gruden signed a ten year 100 million dollar deal with the Oakland Raiders. And now so he technically resigned whatever he says, I have resigned as the head coach of the Las Vegas Raiders. I love the Raiders and do not want to be distraction. Thank you to all the players coaches and staff and fan fans of raider nation. I'm sorry I never meant to hurt anyone, John Gruden. And so it was revealed in some of these emails. And based from what I've said, seen should have said something's probably not no, was he joking around in private in a context that none of us can understand? Yes. He incited Joe Biden, insulted Joe Biden I can't even say what he called Joe Biden on air. It's kind of hilarious. Called Roger Goodell, a certain name. I'm no fan of Roger Goodell. So if this whole thing is like a Roger Goodell, apology tour, but here's what really matters. Here's the question. In the National Football League, do they ever allow people to do bad things and continue to participate? Like murder. How about rate Ray Lewis and his legacy of the unsolved double murder? Or how about you remember this one? You remember ray rice, who literally punched his fiance in an elevator? It was an elevator, right? Which gained total notoriety following the indictment he was released by the ravens and suspended, and now rice would be reinstated after he successfully appealed the league's decision. And this whole thing with John Gruden is this question of should you be judged by things you have said in private ten years ago to destroy your current
Armando Simón Exposes the Left's Lies About Christopher Columbus
"And we know what marxists do to history Well there's a piece today in where is this Sorry folks issues and insights By amando Simone the let me read this to you The accusation which often sound more like insults than rational accusations about Columbus Range from the gruesome claiming he chopped off Indians hands for not bringing gold or carrying out genocide total fabrications To the infantile ridiculing the fact that one of his ships sunk he was not the captain of that particular ship and they were sailing an uncharted seas Abounding in hidden reefs to the stupid Democrat politicians and Native Americans claiming that Columbus carried out genocide in North America where he never set foot nor sail Nonetheless we can expect the usual posturing and slogan airing on Columbus day as you heard By historically illiterate leftists in indigenous people some of the latter being about as Native American as Elizabeth Warren One should consult primary sources preferably in the original Spanish and not in translations His log book they called the capitulations legal documents also known as the book of privileges The contemporary biographies and especially Lewis Castro vehi testamento And others Both written by friar bartolome de la casas was every schoolchild in Spain and the Caribbean nose was the apostle of the Indians for working indefatigably to protect the Indians from his fellow Spaniards De la casas never mentions Columbus committing any crimes And a Las casas did not shrink from the accusing anyone When the contrary mentions Columbus as a constantly protecting the
Rays clinch 2nd straight AL East title, beat Marlins 7-3
"The rays rolled to a seven three win over the Marlins to become the second AL team to wrap up the division title Mike Zunino smacked a go ahead Homer to challenge yourself last year you know it was a sixteen game season and and we had a heck of a season last year but to do it in one sixty two is something else Brendon Lau added a pair of RBI doubles for the AL east champs Shane McClanahan allowed one run and six hits over five innings reliever P. Fairbanks retired Lewis Brinson on a foul pop up with the bases loaded for the final out setting off an on field celebration Tampa Bay improved to ninety six and fifty nine and won its fourth division title since becoming a major league team in nineteen ninety eight I'm the ferry
Hotel Rwanda Hero Paul Rusesabagina Convicted on Terror Charges
"Who inspired the movie Hotel Rwanda is found guilty of terrorism charges They're accused of being in a group that launched deadly attacks and want in 2018 and 19 Paul recess. A beginner called the trial a sham and says he was kidnapped from Belgium, where he lives and taken to Rwanda against as well. He saved hundreds of people during a genocide by hiding them in his hotel.
"lewis" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"That was another joke that needs to do initially have go from the showed up mousy. It was germans the mouse years. That is not yet you see. I'm not doing g. Show so the mouse years like a gateway attraction on ajello of i if you have to get a tattoo and i know you're a huge year covered with tattoos. If you had to get one what would it be. Have you ever thought about that. No brother great idea. Which was is idea was which i thought was. The best friends had the lacoste alligator right above the network. And then you have shirt the wherever is on the thank your guess and then you would rip out a whole there and be wearing cost shirt. That's really funny. That's really funny I think that'd be good for people to who have a lot of tattoos. That'd be good. Because i think if you get a certain enough tattoos at a certain point you just start doing for shits and giggles. It's you just get started getting joke ones. I never thought having Alright What's your favorite fruit loop probably berries blackberries strawberries. The strawberries really need to be not those shit. Ask one's good. Yeah isn't right. Wounds tastes like paper you know blackberries the Those those those those are the ones. I'm not a major fruit guy Who is yet there's nothing like a ripe strawberry. We have a lot of wild ones. But they're so tiny. Some of them are like this. They're just this little little burst of flavor. Who would you want to play you in the lewis black bio pic in lewis black story. You love it you know you have the could cheap would never get.
"lewis" Discussed on Green Wisdom Health Podcast by Dr. Stephen and Janet Lewis
"Hello and welcome to this edition of the Green Wisdom Health. Show I'm Janet Lewis Sir. Lewis and we're here to give you a very informative show today, <hes>. Hopefully we'll try to keep all this straits can is going to be a bunch of information <hes> and we hope all of you enjoy it, and we hope all of Y'all are doing well out in green wisdom land. <hes>, this show is going to be called our vitamins, just expensive urine, and for those of you that are taking vitamins and know what they can do. There are many of you out there. That are new to listening to hell shows and are taking vitamins at. Maybe you're buying a big box store, and you don't really notice any difference and could say well. Maybe they're just expensive urine, so Dr Lewis is going to dispel some of those myths. He's GonNa tell you the differences. He's going to tell you. What a good vitamin and a different! Grade of category will do on lab work. What it what it can move for as far as lab value numbers, which is why we run lab <hes>, and what a bad one can do as well <hes>, but I I think we WANNA. Start this show off. We've got a bunch of questions <hes>, but we have got a letter from one of our very loyal patients for many years at was kind enough to refer his friend to us. Who in turn had his wife do her lab with us? <hes> Michelle and so. Eric the one that actually did the referring to start with. Thank you very much Eric we love you. <hes> wrote a very nice letter to us over the weekend. And you guys as much as we try to inspire. You really helps when you inspire us as well and this did that for us, so I'd like to read that letter to you and then I'd like Dr Lewis to <hes> comment if that's okay this. He's ready to comment I know he is. So he wants to pass on, Eric wants to pass on some really good news Michelle did her lab with us and followed our instructions after a doctor visit that said her blood was out of whack, and she needed a bunch of prescription medications, and honestly that's when we get. A lot of people is when they don't want to take all these prescriptions. They Kinda. Wait until they've been hit with Oh my gosh, you're you're really sick, so let's lay all these drugs on you. So she got scared and her lab with us. Fast forward to this week when she went back to the doctor and told him well I. Did this Doctor Lewis Thing, and he looked at seven labs of panels and gave me some supplements to take. The doctor looked at the nurse. They chuckled and said you're peeing that down the drain, and they don't work, and you just need this ten dollar prescription and your cholesterol and triglycerides and blood pressure will be fine. So. He ran her blood work again call two days later and said he apologized I. Don't know who this guy is, but keep doing what you're doing and don't take these prescriptions. had better than fifty percent improvement in three months. How cool is that? Thanks for all you guys do. And you know the basics the. Of this I guess. The doctor actually wanted to know who Dr Lewis was so that was pretty cool. So Dr Lewis you want to tell us a little bit about <hes>. What made you different? What made you do something different with her lab? Been What? Anybody, else would do I. Guess Well, because I'm a car proctor. I wouldn't prescribed drugs. Even if I could which I can't, but and I'm not against drugs, <hes> at all I love her medical profession, and but I've seen many many years ago where the medical doctors and osteopaths. <hes> they got were. They cannot really practice the the the and they have so called standard of care, which is not necessarily what's in the best interest of the patients, and they're frustrated, too. I've never seen an MD or do that wasn't just a wonderful person and had good intentions. But <hes> they're not trained that way. You know. I'm a contractor I. think everything's nerve supplier nutrition and he know sergeant everything's <hes>. What can I do surgically to fix it, so we're all good people they're trying to help. Just you know one has opinion you like and so. Eric sent this email and he told me said. Don't let Janet Reba below the line. He had a little colorful remark about what he had to the doctor to see it at all. Eric, actually, she didn't until I pointed it out your Eric you're funny. I'm going to go down to port. Nitrous Texas wherever that is southeast. Texas Word Northeast Texas I'm. Go visit them sometimes. Some David I talked to Michelle. and. She's a sweetheart and she told me the story also and you know I'm not anti medical. They've saved my bacon more than once, but here's the problem. And unfortunately I'm pretty simple guy. Maybe unfortunately but. Since. When do we think that God is not involved in this process and why you know this thing, Oh, you just have expensive urine and I said on this one huge huge podcast I was a guest in. This guy has like quarter million listeners. Said something about expensive year and I said well. I just had a forty two dollar rib. I do. I have expensive excrement? You know it's foolish to think that your body doesn't take what it needs from that and use it for good. <hes> you have to take vitamins. You have to take good ones I've seen vitamins. Put out by famous doctors. You get famous by paying somebody ten or twenty grand route a book you know. Most of these books are not even written by the doctor. That's the only reason I could write a book. Have somebody do it better than me, but what happens is. Are The reason why you need vitamins and they have to be good ones. You know I've had a good wife and a bad one, so there's a difference in women. There's a difference in vitamins say. <hes> one of the things you have to realize that God's in control and he works in your body. Whatever you think God is, but North America is probably the most well fed, but undernourished people in history, the the souls been depleted of this nutritious at least for one hundred years. <hes> and now we're saturate and it with <hes> chemical fertilizers, pesticides, and it's <hes> Kinda. Killed The microorganisms that allow the nutrients to get up into. <hes> into the plant itself, and then we're feeding mannerly in inside and vitamin deficient. Food to our livestock, so they're not what they should be.
"lewis" Discussed on The Morning Ritual with Garret Lewis
"Sorry I'm getting emails now about other Democrats that may WANNA come on the show Ryan. You gotTA check. Oh I I didn't get I'll let you know Ryan I can't say anything now is just too funny too. Funny all right so Just some Some more Chinese news for you Colorado Colorado opened up. What sort of losing restrictions may twenty four th almost a month ago? April twentieth almost a month ago. Isn't that crazy almost a month ago? That's nuts. They opened up restaurants. May I may I? Well guess what Brian Kemp. The governor tweeted yesterday yesterday with the lowest number Chinese virus patients hospitalized in Georgia at nine hundred eighty. Six ready for this they have. They have dropped the amount of people in hospitals from Chinese virus. It's down thirty four percent since May first so they opened up everything and the amount of people hospitalized drops thirty. Four percent holy smokes. It's dropped eighteen percent in the past ten days. The amount of people hospitalized the Chinese virus. This is a big flip deal right. This is a huge deal. Let me play for you because You know typical Democrat. The mayor of Atlanta has played yesterday mayor of Atlanta Kisha Lance Bottoms. Fifty Five Ryan. If you don't mind she was out there. Say this is terrible back when he was loosening restrictions on April twenty four. This is terrible isn't good. How are we going to get by on this? This is awful all of a sudden. It's looking pretty good in the state of Georgia. What Kisha say about this? Listen to this. It's not as bad as I thought that it would be so. I am pleased about them but I still think it's too soon to say the reason being whereas initially we were seeing increases between deaths and people testing positive rausing anywhere from twenty five to thirty percent over seven day period. Right now we're somewhere between twelve and fifteen percent and so it's better than it was but it still not great. We've still not seeing that teen day. Decline is recommended by CDC. So we're not quite there where I can say that we are out of the woods because we are not because what we know. Is We reopen? The state will also see whether or not this impacts our number of people who are testing positive. Dude it's been open genius and it's gone down. It's like reopened two days ago. It's been almost a month. Well we know. Is We reopen? We're definitely going to see a spike. Rec- things go up more tests Actually it's going down going down. Oh Man all the doomsday predictions. Where do they go? Where are they coming out around? I got one more for you. Classic Joe Biden One. Oh this guy this guy I tell you what you have to hear this to believe it do not go anywhere morning. Ritual Garrett Lewis Canisius. Am seven ninety. Two sons.
"lewis" Discussed on The Morning Ritual with Garret Lewis
"Me I can feel myself being Asian. Worry trying to figure out how to do all four all these additional costs especially when I'm starting to pardon following the guidelines. How easy he cared about the recovery one of the hardest the industry around mired but then passive stressful an rhinoceros violations. This is a free country. Not only. Are We free to choose to open our businesses? Yes what you are free home. When you're laughing sites needs a small business owner with do not trust me or my customers to me responsible. Decisions are Paschall request on behalf of the Small Industry. You reconsidering detrimental vaccinate your constituents boom. Does it get any better than that? That's an epic moment right there and there's more to come way we there's more that she said. Moore that other business owners said and we'll get to that coming up. You can comment as well. Eight Eight Zero K an eight eight zero five. Six seven eighths the only thing that sucks the these. These restaurant owners made great points. And if these these supervisors had any commonsense indecency they'd say you know what you're right we're gonNA wipe this out right now. Even a high pants bud foster. It wasn't in his report on TV but it was on in the story that was on the cable. The website second paragraph the county rules were more stringent than the guidelines. Handed down. By THE GOVERNOR'S OFFICE. He could have said which makes it violate Arizona Vice Statute Twenty six dash three seven where it says you can't do. You can't go beyond what the governor orders. You can't do it. It'd say that though even bud foster knows shouldn't be why this should be wiped out and we for Bronevich to do something here. We'll continue not go anywhere morning. Ritual Gary Lewis can't S. T. am seven hundred. Eighty two sons most optimataxrelief dot com.
"lewis" Discussed on The Morning Ritual with Garret Lewis
"Gary Lewis with you here can't S. T. A. M seventy Tucson's most stimulating talk Don't you worry we'll get back into the whole unmasking situation that happened? Joe Biden neck deep in it. So is Barack Obama. We're going to have congressman. Andy Biggs to talk about this. Because he's trying to get rid he's trying to just just get rid of the whole situation because they spy on. Americans. He joins us at eight. Oh five sixty three degrees outside right now ninety high today ninety two tomorrow as we celebrate Friday Now let's get back to this more. Kelly I put it on my facebook page. I'm GonNa Pinto on the top so it will be there for a while also tweeted it out at Garrett Lewis from real clear politics and it's all about how Again mark. Kelly seem. He's doing business with tencent. They are They investors in worldview enterprises and senators have deemed. That ten cent is an arm of the Chinese Communist Party. Yep that's that's the deal that's the deal. So now they bring up in. This story. Worldview worldview member worthy under seventy five grand You know Per flight to get up to the stratosphere remember they wanted. That was the whole thing. Well now they're getting a contracts. They have now shifted the contract with NASA and the Department of Defense to use their balloon. That's called the strata lights strata lights to carry unnamed unmanned payloads for extended periods of time. Get pictures of the Earth. All this stuff right so this is what. They're doing what they're supposed to be space tourists or something like that. We're supposed to be but now they're they're shifting yeah they're during the space balloon flights shifting so the increasing dependence on government contracts doesn't seem it says year to have given more. Kelly pause about the ten cents investment. They're the ones that again arm of the Chinese Communist Party so we have mark Kelly's world enterprises doing work with NASA and the Department of Defense and one of the main investors and owners in Mark Kelly's company is an is an arm of the Chinese Communist Party. This is another big giant. Deal despite the heightened scrutiny of tencent in Washington the Marquel campaign has sidestepped questions from realclearpolitics on whether he believes the Chinese companies investment is appropriate. And whether the money should be returned a spokesman for Marquel all marks are. Us Navy combat veteran. He served Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. His experience as a pilot and astronaut enabled him to found worldview in Tucson. That's from his spokesperson campaign. Spokesperson Jacob Peters Peters referred all questions about the amount of ten cents investment to Worldview a company spokeswoman from worldview downplayed ten cents level investment saying came from attention subsidiary called Mount McKinley. They were an early investor they now let own less than five percent common stock. They don't have a seat on the board. Means of control any access to inside info about the companies where it's technology. She said what she said. Worldview also has not taken foreign investment and has reported all foreign investment all this stuff to the defense counterintelligence he security agency. It's what they say they have concluded. Foreign interests do not have an influence control. Authority over worldview and Do you have any questions about the amount of ten cent? Investment Talked about McKinley? Here's a Chinese address. Listed for Mount. Mckinley is the same as ten cents. So Ten said they said the subsidiary of Mount McKinley. They have the same address. The same thing world has managed to win since twenty sixteen least fifty one point. Eight million government contracts forty five million from NASA all that stuff right last year. The company broke records by Keeping Strategy Strategy Balloon Aloft. For thirty two days right do she gave it praise. It was a small business it was in a small business finalists slot for the Arizona. Governor's innovation awards despite all this. The companies had share of setbacks as you remember the big explosion in two thousand seventeen member that caused a lot of damage and it says here the construction. The damage really hurt the facility which was funded by a fifteen million dollar loan from Pima County. We did this. The cut remember when they were saying how many jobs the company said we're GONNA hire four hundred people by twenty twenty. Well it is twenty twenty last year. They'd less than one hundred employees and then they laid off ten to reorganize last month. They endured another round of layoffs and furloughs because the Chinese virus pima county us. We apparently stand to gain four million dollars in interest payments from worldview from their loan but Pima Counties Nice. They gave them forbearance for payments during this crisis. You don't have to pay us. You don't pass..
"lewis" Discussed on Let's Talk Game with Tiffani Lewis
"Welcome to another episode of. Let's talk game with Tiffany Lewis. I'm your host. Thank you all for tuning in on this Wednesday. Trying trying to give you all these pot. Kassy's this goodness every Wednesday. So thank you for listening. Each week is been kind of nasty in Charlotte right now. I'm looking at a window in our bedroom. Whenever I don't have guessed I make it a point to be as efficient as possible? Just crank it out in my bedroom so I'm looking outside. It's gloomy but today day I decided to wash my car Anybody knows Abba White car white. It definitely definitely shows dirt and so so I've been riding around since getting the card detail maybe a month ago and this has been rainy kind of nasty depots here puddles there and putting the stroller in and outside the car taking it out it will get my clothes. I said you know what while I have some time today. I'm going to Wash ca-car right and so I got the kids to school. Came back and car Wash Bay was empty. Got To it right working at.
"lewis" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"By Lewis you are listening brown zero size size a coming through the the stories that I put on my Facebook feed I came upon a story it was I I thought was pretty amazing it was the the story about this guy who had a nuclear reactor or something he he said it was a particle accelerator he said it was a quantum physics generator in his house course a number of you know Thor he's got a little weird out by called evacuation order for the area and so several streets of the area were were actually block forty homes people were evacuated from forty homes and bomb squad fire investigators has bad all these medics rushed to the radioactive area allegedly the radioactive area and it's already said that they just you know didn't think anybody would be in harmony just evacuate people out of an abundance of caution so there is a claiming that there was no hazard but the caller claimed he was burned by alpha waves it depends on who you depends on you know what were you get the information whether or not he was burned or whether not it was a hoax or whether I was something else but it is still it was kind of weird I mean it is the the the you know the the brought all of that you know all the trucks and all the the the people out there thinking it was some sort of a nuclear thing when they you know it was something that could be simply said was a capacitor of some kind well okay so I could beat anything they didn't say exactly what was it me could be a big battery it could be something else but they said that they want the guy to undergo a mental health examination because he may face charges of inducing panic after the authorities so that there was no hazard and no real problem and I got to thinking well what what what is this what's going on why mental health examination I guess the guy you know one group draw attention to himself but I find ways of what if he was really you know building something or thought he was building something you know it's like still in family guy you know everybody knows that still we have a time machine in and no one knows where he gets his you know gives radioactive material to make his time in and I know this is all fiction but balance I at two o'clock in the morning Sir read is your thing and this is just weird you know and and also there was another story to that I thought of when I was reading about is a guy named Charles Han David Charles Han and back in nineteen ninety four you gain a little notoriety for attempting to build a homemade breeder nuclear reactor for a boy scout project and he put it is mom's backyard in Michigan where did this and put it back in nineteen ninety four Han is dead now though he died in twenty sixteen and and not because of any exposure radio activity but they called him the radioactive boy scout and it is because that he was doing this for his is nuclear science merit badge you know even if he got real smart figured out how to do things in the was working on a breeder reactor and and when you think about that I mean what a breeder reactors basically type of nuclear reactor that generates more fissile material than they consume so they've been researched extensively for a long time and a number of been built but the approach is largely been abandoned so you know how do you do this well this I did he posed as a physics teacher call himself a professor professor Han he said it in and so David Hahn managed to engage the nuclear regulatory commission's director of isotope production distribution estimate Donald herb and he got into a scientific discussion with him by mail so whatever this kid knew he was able to talk with some you know that the isotope production distribution guy at the end of the regulatory commission so herb offered David tips on isolating certain radioactive elements provided a list of isotopes can sustain a chain reaction and it imparted piece of information would soon probably vital to David's plans is that nothing produces neutrons as well as beryllium tall so they got the idea to use beryllium and then David ask about the risk posed by using such radioactive materials and of course the guy said well professor hind is the real danger is a very slight is is is the possession of any radioactive materials in quantities inform sufficient oppose any has decision Nuclear Regulatory Commission recall in licensing so Han claim that the Nuclear Regulatory Commission also send him pricing data and commercial sources for some of the radioactive stubby needed to get in order to do this and so I need your student was able to fake himself as being a professor in telling the guy Hey I want some stuff to make my nuclear reactor so what happened was is that the Han was caught apparently was driving along so he said he was thank user is stealing tires is weird and so of Tories polling over search this car and Han said that I've got radioactive materials in my car and since the authorities then called other agencies including the department of energy the environmental protection agency the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and the federal bureau of investigation so it took nearly a year for house arrest until the backyard shed was dismantling cleaned up as a Superfund site they've I made a Superfund site so hi later served for years the United States Navy he served on the USS enterprise which of course ironically the nuclear powered aircraft carrier he also briefly served the United States Marine Corps and then he returned back to his home state so you know that's how easy it is it something like that right it's like you know so if this guy did have something in Ohio they're not going to say anything they want to have a look at bears this is happened before right this is nuclear boy scout giving is hands on some beryllium and some other stuff I.
"lewis" Discussed on Let's Talk Game with Tiffani Lewis
"Welcome to another episode of. Let's talk game with Tiffany Lewis. I'm your host. Thank you for tuning in another week. Another holiday hope you all had a great Thanksgiving or family day as you all are calling it. I know we did I cooked. My husband requested that so I made it happen and we just spent time over my grandmother's house. Well my my mom's side I have two living grandmothers. I'm thankful for that and I hope you all enjoyed time with love. Wanted some good food and just some rest is so important For All who tune in and subscribe to us on itunes on spotify. Thank you so much for those who listen in and watch on Youtube you. I'M GONNA try to start giving video content even when I don't have a guest I know Josh and be be in our studios. They usually hold down on the video Jio content. But when it's just me I'm going to try my best to bring you video content On my own so this is the first pass at that and if you hear some background no no is my little one is recording this podcast with me as the two are in school so thanks for tuning in less tall game over over the weekend. Ah Fast at my phone in. So let's talk about this really quick. The idea came about as I notice I was having the usual unexplained issues like slowdown. Oh down in intermittent signal access that I apple just so casually pushes on their customers whenever they want to encourage us to upgrade to the new founded. The new IPHONE is out. Don't even know what it's called but it has three cameras so needless to say I have the one before it down. I'm going to upgrade. I'm good where I am right now. So Oh apple please. If you if you get this please stop. Stop interfering with people's files so instead of getting frustrated I just put my phone down like completely wheatley down and it was the best almost thirty six hours away from the phone that I could possibly have definitely decreased distraction and wouldn't as as much needed But when I picked the phone up I saw that I missed my friends. Baby sprinkle right so sorry crystal. This is a public apology to you. I'm still going to get you a gift. But so of course fasting my phone I discovered my need to write things things down more. I started doing this with the menu for the week. A few weeks. Back and I would just put it on the dry race board in our kitchen. Nothing fancy on the refrigerator and I'm not sure. Why did it just kind of wanted to spell out what I was going to prepare each day? I try to cook at least four days a week and so one day. I didn't do it but in my oldest notice that hold on. Pardon me is my oldest. She noticed that I I didn't write it down. And so she liked seeing the menu and other notes that I would write on the board and that encouraged me me to continue. When and now I've added That to my weekly regimen of you know what to prepare them for as well as what to prepare my for for my self for But what I realize is that writing things down helps you follow through on what you wrote right As the saying goes right the vision make it plain and then also writing things down For common knowledge it really helps others maintain accountability as well so these are the things things that became clearer as a result of my phone fast and so on the second day of December. I encourage you to fast something in this month in this last month of the year and MVP sensible and whatever it is you decide I progressively chose the phone because it was giving me problems on the tech side and my kids were out of school and we were pretty low key over the holiday and whenever we went somewhere I was with my husband so I didn't really need my phone right so for safety measures in everything like that I was covered. I had to pick the little one. She was getting a little fussy. You're.
"lewis" Discussed on The Chenese Lewis Show
"This is the sinise. Lewis show the number one for women with your host Queen Lena Kirby Conversation Sydney's Lewis welcome to the show on your host and he's Today is Monday September twenty third twenty nineteen make sure you're following this show social media pages on facebook at the Shany's Lewis show in on instagram and twitter at shinnied show and make sure you subscribe on apple podcast Google podcasts. Oh cast spotify or your favorite podcasting APP. Today we have a very special guest Miss Nikki Matt is the CEO CEO and founder of Diva Day International Modeling Agency Makeup Studio and Development Firm. She is also a brand ambassador acid or fruit several brands and represents models on their journey as ambassadors and signature models for various clients in twenty sixteen is Nikki. He added author their list of accomplishments with the book your guy to a perfect fashion show production in addition. She is the Atlanta Lanta regional brand director for our s olive all natural hair care line and has built a team of certified natural hair product advisors Eiser. Nikki is set to co host the full figure industry awards coming up November second in New York. Let's welcome Miss Nikki to the show hi hi.
"lewis" Discussed on The Chenese Lewis Show
"This is the sinise louis joe the number one podcast for women with your host. The queen we know kirby conversation cenis lewis <music> <music>. Welcome to the show. I'm your host and heath louis. Today is monday september second twenty nineteen. Make sure you're the following these shows social media pages on facebook at the sinise lewis show and on instagram and twitter at shimmy show and make sure you subscribe on apple podcast s. google podcasts spotify or your favorite podcast app today. We have a very special guest. Molly bigalow is the curator of fat girl fresh a digital platform that blends fin feminism with social fashion and beauty culture molly's known for bringing progressive authentic conversations with a southern charm only she can provide her annually <music> hosted in atlanta bad girl fresh presents lifestyle is attributed vet that honors and celebrates promising and notable female leaders leaders in fashion entertainment and empowerment. My has been featured in article who for plus model magazine mike dot com bustle buzzfeed yahoo allure good housekeeping and seventeen magazine just to name a few for her latest project. She's joined forces with urban media giant matama war to present curving or a fashion experience happening. This sunday september eighth in in new york city hosted during the height of new york fashion. We this event will yield some of the most prominent black women that the plus size community and industry has to offer so we're so excited to talk to maui today about her latest events. Let's see if we can get her on the line and again hurt. Event is called curvy nor and even especially for black women happening this weekend and n._y._c. During in new york fashion week and we're gonna learn all about it today and her bringing bad girl fresh so we're going to see if we can get her on the line so we can learn about this today. <hes> as i mentioned before make sure you subscribe and rate the podcast on apple podcast this google podcasts spotify or your favorite podcasting apps we own almost every popular podcast.
"lewis" Discussed on The Chenese Lewis Show
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"lewis" Discussed on Let's Talk Game with Tiffani Lewis
"Welcome to another episode of let's talk game with tiffany lewis. I'm your host. Welcome back. Thank you for tuning in to all my listeners. Thank you for all of the feedback that you have been given me over the past couple of weeks. I've tried something different and we've been on a roll. These last three podcasts including today tried to bring you more of me my perspective on topics impacting communities topics on social equity and today. I'm i'm talking about impact. I want to raise the question today. Have we lost sight of why we're here and i say that not with any depth of like soul searching because that's not what let's talk game is about but putting the question out there because i remember years ago there were so many books on finding your purpose discovering your inner self or digging deep in presenting your best you now. I believe we've in this rapid fire rabbit racing instant gratification social media and reality t._v. dense culture. It seems like we begin to reduce our impact to like follow me follow me. Two of the biggest social platforms audit even have to say the names of 'em but right one has a capacity of the pictures that you post. I'm talking about ten in eighty pixels and for all of those who you know aren't in photoshop or illustrator graphic designers. Let me convert that two inches as eighteen inches best the best quality size of what an instagram image all right so five hundred pixels axles or eight point three inches. That's the standard size of facebook time line photo. It's all i was just like okay well. Hey hey many times. We're posting pictures of herself. So if it's skilled down two inches what's the average of female. The advertised of a female five i four that's sixty. Three inches in the average. Height of a male is five nine. That's sixty nine point three inches <music> now. I'm decent in math but i did use google for the conversions because i wanted to know what that meant from a scale ability standpoint so do you know what it means. The means only a fraction of very very small fraction of who we are can realistically mystically be captured by these platforms. Yeah we expect so much from them. The likes the validation the juice but just think for second order for all of our goodness in greatness to fit in each of these tiny boxes. We have to be scaled down. We have to be shrunk. We have to be reduced. We have to be reduced. Guys in the validation. Allegation is great being affirmed as healthy. I agree with that. I think we all need affirmations ahead night here. In some acknowledgment there i see you right. I see you you rock and you look good but let's talk some serious game. What about the impact. What about the impact we post so many pictures on the social media platforms but what about the impact in so that's <unk> today's topic we all know the stories right the most told of them all jesus wasn't liked but he had impact the miracles the healing the walking walking right heck the fast alone was a miracle to me because my pregnant mind craves or wants a kale l. salad gimme some some alkaline water donut some lasagna in a popsicle album the same day right but he had impact in his unquestionable. Let's talk about a more relevant person oprah. She wasn't liked producers colleagues and exempts they thought she she was too would too fat hair to kinky knows too wide but she had impact and guess what the likes likes came later hit you with this one conde kanye west. He might not be the most liked kaiei right now now but he still has impact and i'm talking about door opening paris fashion week unprecedented shoe shoe deal sunday service singing impact as much as you want to moan be disgruntled about his choices and some of the thanks he spoke or speaks out about. I think he's quieted down a bit but he has impact this week. I want to encourage you. I want to challenge you even to think about the impact you wanna have no. I'm going to rephrase it. The impact that you will have half and this is a challenge for me too because this is one of the things that i'm like okay. I'll look at my children's eyes and i say what legacy do i want right to leave them so they can begin to you know make marks on their own legacy. I think about this often so i put the question out there. What impact will you have half. When impact will you have at work. What impact will you have in your neighborhood where you sleep every day when you come out the door. What impact do you wanna the hap. What impact will you have around your friends with your children or with your significant other or what about the impact that you can have on social social media in your next post is. I think those are real questions right. I just charge us with thinking about what impact will have. We are all connected in some way on this big spinning ball so imagine as my kids encourage me to do often imagine if we you send a ripple of positive impact out into the world imagine what will come back. Imagine what we can create. Imagine what we can do what change we can bring about and every day we have a fresh base from which we can launch from and we cast out the impact that we want to have in our lives lives in in the lives of others so think about that. I leave you guys with that. This has been another episode of. Let's talk game with tiffany lewis. I'm your host. Thank you all for supporting reporting listening each week. The comments the shares alike be sure to subscribe on all platforms and and speaking of comments. It helps a lot. If you comment publicly i get a lotta d._m.'s. I get a lot of <hes> heard. Your podcast is great but i wanted to be a community dialogue so please as if you have something that you would like to share posted publicly. I think we can all learn from one another since we're all interconnected somehow a right see you all next week. Let's talk game..
"lewis" Discussed on The Chenese Lewis Show
"This is the sinise Lewis show the number one podcast for women with your host. The Queen of Kirby conversation Sydney's Lewis <music>. Welcome to the show on your Sunday July. When I twenty nineteen make sure you're following these show social media pages on facebook EPA? She needs Lewis show on Instagram instagram and twitter at Shinsho and make sure you subscribe to the show on apple podcast Google podcasts spotify or your favorite podcasting APP. The sinise Lewis show is an official media sponsor the T._C.. Sa Expo happening opening August ninth through the eleventh at the Omni Hotel at the C._N._N.. Center in Atlanta for tickets and more information visit W._W._W.. Dot P._C._S. Expo Dot com today. We have a very special show guests. Carla Toby is a beauty influence their entrepreneur and body positively advocate whose impact has caused Branston name her one of the most influential beauty brands in the world hailing from St Lucia and now deeply rooted in New York City caller impact on the beauty industry through videos borrow campaigns and appearances has coated her from small videos in her bedroom mirror to the the main stage with a following the now spans millions with a brand built on creativity Carla created the Princess Bella brand and alter ego brand turn empire whose mission is to represent empire in empower inspire and promote diversity and beauty and the media through visuals campaign social media and her creative content brand caller. Toby media caller will be a featured speaker at the Twenty Nineteen P._C._S. Expo in Atlanta and we're so excited to have her on the show today mess welcome Carla to the show hi hi. I'm Arnaud excited morning..
"lewis" Discussed on The Chenese Lewis Show
"For organization and abused her as a graphic designer for some of my branding and advertising material, I highly recommend her work. She is berry talented easy to work with and always delivers stay tuned, towards the end of the show for a special deal exclusively. But the she needs Lewis show listeners from the design clean, if you are building a brand of any kind this will benefit you but without further ado, less. Welcome bevy onto the show. Hi. Hi how. Hi, I'm seeing how you doing. Yes, wonderful wonderful for having me today. So the copy alliance is an international sisterhood, eleven years and county, which you have developed programs campaigns project and events for so for someone listening that has never heard of this organization before, tell us what it's all about. Okay. Well, the Kirby alliance I started off when I as an organization in movement called project curb appeal. It's a multicultural organization dedicated to promoting empowering and educating figure women teaching them to celebrate their beauty enhanced Kerr enhance their fashion style and curve, as long as they're living a healthy lifestyle..
"lewis" Discussed on The Chenese Lewis Show
"This is the niece Lewis show, the number one podcast for plus is women with your host the Queen of Kirby conversation. Sydney's lewis. welcome to the show. I'm your host needs Louis today is Monday, June twenty four twenty nineteen make sure you're following the show social media pages on Facebook at the Shinichi fluid showing on Instagram Twitter at Sinise show and make sure you subscribe to the show on apple podcast, Google podcast Spotify or your favorite podcasting app today. We have a very special guest berry on Wilson is the founder and director operations for the Kirby alliance, formerly known as project curb appeal movement and organization, dedicated to promoting empowering and educating full figured women to celebrate their beauty and embrace their curves while living a healthy lifestyle. She is also the creator of curvy girl, sleigh magazine the official magazine for the curvy alliance known as designed Queen. She is a professional web, and graphic designer with over ten years of experience bevy on. Mission to help develop female entrepreneurs and to unite empower educate and entertain women were wide. I have personally had the opportunity to work with every on over the years as a host of some of the events she produces.
"lewis" Discussed on The Chenese Lewis Show
"And the more people that know about it, there would be more women that will see community are our core values are inclusion, diversity, community, and fun and far too often, sometimes when we get old, we stopped having fun, right? Because oftentimes you may. Well, I don't I don't have anybody to do it with me. So we bring up an excuse for not having fun. But then there's the community issue because you don't have anybody to do it with you. Well, we not those two things out because this event is already speaking to community and fun. And then, of course, inclusion and diversity. So I know that was a whole lot that I said there from that one, but it was a little you wrote it, right. Was a little low. You, you and questions before I. Okay. Yeah. But that's sort of where, you know, how feeling that was sort of the vision behind it. So, yeah, so what, what makes this race different from other five ks that makes this specifically catered to plus size women? Well, I think the fact that it is catered to plus size women that already makes it different if because this is the one where people have we've had some criticism here, and that's okay because you won't, please everybody. And we realized that people have said, as well vineyard discriminating against people because we do sort of have a size parameter that we like to stay within right? We would like the women and we say this, and we say this specifically, we want women to attend our as that identify with being a woman between a size twelve enough. So if you identify with being that women because some women who are numerically, plus don't necessarily identify would being plus, and that's okay. It's for the woman that says, I am a plus I women, and I'm right with being, plus I, I see no issue with being plus size woman refer that woman. We're also an event that is not time restricted some races. You have to be done by a certain time our of. Vent is not that kind of it, we don't care how long it takes you our goal for you is to cross the finish line period. So we typically at five cake, and take somebody anywhere between twenty and thirty minutes. Right. That's the average one three point one mile. Well, P women hours. It's an hour. And guess what, from the first person to the last person they receive the same amount of love energy and courage. Mitt congratulations for finishing this goal because what we found is that them doing this them crossing this off their book list, because a lot of women were first timers it gave them permission to begin to do other things liberated them to do other things in their lives. And so, I think would our event does really well to speak to that. What makes it different is, as how we make people feel if be virement that the women are in that differentiates us from another of that. So. It's not just the fact that it is time. It's the fact that you are able to look across at another woman and see somebody else that looks like you that understand some of the challenges that going through that you can kind of do a nonverbal at her, and she'll number will get you a you all know exactly what you both and just immune gate it. It's that that's the experience that you get we always say that we want people to feel like, well Disney when they walk into the plus threat safe. And so that's what they're gonna get they're gonna get one of the happiest places on their side of it. And we really to arm horn. When we say that because we feel that. So if you have a non active lifestyle, what are some things you need to be doing right now to prepare for the events. Right. It's a lot of those things are maybe not even athletic. Right. Some important sectors are having a pair of shoes by some people that are that have a sedentary or not active lifestyle may not even have a pair of tennis shoes. So we been encouraged just to get a good good pair of shoes that fit will that will reduce any listers or any type of plant fasciitis, or any of those other things that can kinda be Societa was doing some, some, some distance walking right getting right type of clothing. We don't often think about that, but chasing occurs. Sometimes when you're doing something for an extended amount of time. And if and if -ill fitted then that can be that can be an issue. We also say get good rest. And I know these like nontraditional thing because always speak. About, you know, walking to the mailbox 'cause I've been colored women to that. 'cause people have asked me what can I do because I don't do this kind of thing. I just women that get about the house and wealth to the mailbox and wealth back like you don't have to be darting around your neighborhood or finding track, and tracking your steps unless you want to, but it's merely just putting one foot in front of the other and just doing something that you may not have done that before. So leave the house, go to the corner and comeback. So if you do that Monday, then Tuesday, do it twice. And then Wednesday maybe do it three times. And then if you need to take a break for the rest of the week do that, so that you can maybe build up some endurance, but there's no pressure because if it takes you an hour and a half, then it takes you an hour and a half. And I would add get a good bra cause that's critical hall. Hello. Get a good bra and hydrate yourself. It's always important to get good rest. Right. Those are some of the things that as you leading up to the few days before the event, get some rest, try to eat some good food. So that your fueled right? Maybe some, you know, complex carbohydrates. But that's all personal, right? Because some people on different dietary regimens or certain dietary restrictions. So whatever would be good for them and their bodies fuel. I would say get that, but get rest the night before, and I also always say Brenna buddy, there's nothing like then able to do something like this with somebody that's gonna be there by your side. Now, we've had women that do it by themselves. And one of the some of the things that we heard was came alone, but I left together, I left with somebody, I left with the new buddy and that was even great for us because normally people do bring someone but some people have come by themselves because they didn't want to miss it, and they met friends along the way. And so that was another, you know, other in our cat that we felt as it. Was as it related to community, you know, and people being able to connect the event. So I think all of those things, check the FOX check the check the box. Now, someone is listening and interested in participating was the first steps do you register do you buy ticket? How does it work? So what does Asian and ticket is really sort of non with racist, their tickets, which are registering yourself? So you would just head to our website. The cluster dot com is a registered now link there and then it'll take you to our legislation sign up for and all of the information is there you put in there, and then you'll be ready to go. You'll receive your race packet pickup information from there as two locations for that. There's some people that may have, you know, they just might be listening to your show and decide the day before we would like for you to decide before that, just so that you can get prepared, but we also have onsite day of registration as well. So people if they decide that morning they're setting with their girlfriends, and they listen to, you know, there's an east Lewis show. And so, you know, we're going to do this as a group of three or four or five they can register the, the morning of and. We'll be able to take care of them that day as well. Now, I saw on your website, you incorporated, some new things for twenty nineteen. One of them you just mentioned a group rate. So if you were just there, the group is that a discount it is this kind of you do have to have five or more people to take advantage of that. But that's forty dollars. And that's been forty dollars. The route the entire stint of registration since since last October because we because we do encourage, you know women to participate in groups registration, currently it's fifty dollars, and then it'll be sixty dollars on the morning of your registration doesn't include the registration, your race bit your t shirt and your metal. So it comes with a lot, a lot of people, some people say, well, price is a little expensive, but it's just not entry because a lot of that happen. It's just entry but this actually comes with your race bib your registration, your commemorative p shirt and everybody wants the bling, and we've got some really exciting blame this year for the medal because that's what everybody say thing. So we have metal slash. Share? We've got a new design this year, and it's really exciting. So we cannot wait. And we don't ever reveal metal until every, you know, until the first person crosses the finish line, because that's sort of a little bit of the surprise element that we don't want to give away last year. Our first year people didn't even know they were getting. No. So that's kind of leave a little bit of a surprise for everybody that comes to participate. So let me tell you something. This is a very fun event. And a lot of people think, oh my God. It's working out. Oh my God. I can't do it. I really want people to think fun because it's so much fun to be in a space where you're seeing other people be celebrated is so much fun. Figuring out something that you thought you couldn't do and you're able to accomplishment, it, the and it's almost indescribable feeling that you get, but really wanna drive home fun because people even told us I have more fun here than I thought that was gonna have. And that was really great news desk, I to hear that. So the plus is very on of that. You also have a brunch going on during the we ask this is no for year two. What was discovered last year? Is that after the race was over nobody wanted to leave and that was fine for us, right? We love that, again, that element of community people were meaning people taking southeast writing each other's numbers down and just connecting such a great level. And that's not was well, typically, when you're done with something like this. What's the first thing people wanna do they wanna grab a bite to eat? And since people didn't leave. We thought. Well, let's capture this, right. As capture this moment and include a brunch on site. So we're bringing the brunch on site for the ladies don't have to leave. Now, this is part of our VIP package. For the price point is a little different, but we're bringing you a full on brunch at the end of the race. And so they're shuttled to the race goes to the brunch site, rather, and we're bringing it to you, so you don't have to leave you go to another part of the park, but that's going to be super exciting this year. And we cannot wait to see how that turns out for you. That is definitely new for your breasts. And tell us your sponsors in are. They're still ways businesses can support your event. Oh, we've got some incredible sponsors. And I really appreciate you asking about that this year. A title sponsor. It's troub-, and that is the anti taping stick because, as I mentioned, you know, you're doing activities like this. There are some elements of chasing that can occurs their title this year, we were able to have the in Kokomo on as sponsor lane. Bryant. Good American, the company through khloe Kardashian PNC Bank. We've got some local companies as well..
"lewis" Discussed on The Chenese Lewis Show
"This is this Lewis show, the number one podcast for women with your host, Queen of Kirby conversation. Sydney's lewis. Today is Monday, April ten twenty nineteen make sure your following these show social media pages, on Facebook at the Shinichi Lewis show, and on Instagram and Twitter at Shincho. You can also subscribe and listen to the show on items, Google play music, Spotify iheartradio or your favorite podcasting app today. We have a very special guest on the show. Dale noel. They'll know L is the founder and CEO of true model management. She was one of the fashion industries most successful fitting models for nearly two decades before founding true Mata management during her career as a professional model. She worked with the most reputable, fashion influencers including designers and brands such as Michael Kors Calvin Klein, Oscar de LA Renta, Tommy hill figure, Oleg Cassini. Ralph Lauren, Nicole Miller gap J crew Victoria, secret and many more. They'll Noel has been. Featured in multiple television print and online publications including Bloomberg Forbes Bach news. Business worldwide business with Kathy Ireland the Huffington Post and New York time..