35 Burst results for "Lizzy"

Washington Examiner: Is Liz Cheney Toast?

Mark Levin

01:20 min | 2 weeks ago

Washington Examiner: Is Liz Cheney Toast?

"One final point on all this January 6th stuff Dizzy Lizzy There's an excellent piece by Byron York Any ass is Liz Cheney toast and he looks at the poles and he says it looks like it I mean she's 22 points behind She's trying to get Democrats in the state register and vote for her but he points out there's not enough Democrats in Wyoming To really make that much of a difference and then he asks why is she so far behind Does it have to do with her role on the January 6th committee Yes But there's more than that There's a lot more than that She points out She says it's more complicated than just January 6th The Trump factor in the race is important in part because it revives an accusation That its follow Cheney for ten years That she long ago left Wyoming spent most of her life somewhere else and returned to the state only to win political office

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Hutchinson Asked Sr. Trump Officials for Financial Help After Subpoena

Mark Levin

01:48 min | 3 weeks ago

Hutchinson Asked Sr. Trump Officials for Financial Help After Subpoena

"Cassidy hutchison The more we learn the more it's obvious What a pathetic witness this was at least three occasions She said things and things in her testimony that were not accurate Or that she couldn't possibly have known So you have to assume the committee spoon fed that information or perhaps dizzy Lizzy But here we have a piece from Henry Rogers senior congressional correspondent not junior senior So this is big time At the daily caller exclusive Cassidy Hutchinson begged senior Trump officials for quote financial assistance after being subpoenaed by J 6 committee I thought she got rid of those lawyers because those lawyers were kind of limiting what she would say and they got they got her new lawyers where she could just you know she was free to speak The January 6th committee's key witness Cassidy hutchison asked for senior asked former senior Trump officials for financial assistance In legal help in February after she was subpoenaed by the committee According to an email obtained exclusively by the daily mail Does Mick Mulvaney know this mister Medusa Somebody interviewed Mick Mulvaney right away and let him know I think mix in a bad place right now In an email sent to a former senior Trump official February 4 Hutchinson said she had trouble securing a legal team and asked the former senior Trump official for help We're getting in contact with fundraising organizations or attorneys that could help

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Adam Schiff: Jan. 6 Committee Is Looking at Legislative Reform

Mark Levin

01:41 min | Last month

Adam Schiff: Jan. 6 Committee Is Looking at Legislative Reform

"Adam Schiff was on the morning smoke this morning Now if we were to have a poll who's more detestable The morning schmoller Adam Schiff do we have to choose I don't think so But Adam Schiff states the obvious in one respect The electoral count act is deeply ambiguous he says It needs to be reformed I don't disagree with that But that's part of the problem isn't it It doesn't provide the definitive answers That this phony committee says it does Here he is cut 15 go In terms of what will come out of all of this legislatively look there are reforms that we're looking at to the electoral count act this century and a half old piece of legislation deeply ambiguous that it came down to a close presidential election And it turned on an interpretation of this We would be in a real constitutional crisis And there are other forms as well that we're looking at but at the end of the day you know my takeaway frankly from I don't know about you ladies and gentlemen but I've always wanted Adam Schiff to be in charge of reforming the electoral count act Shouldn't Adam Schiff be doing that from a federal prison I think he should The reforming of the electoral count we're going to leave it to Adam Schiff and Benny Hill Thomas of course has been a radical And we'll leave it to the other radicals on that committee Dizzy Lizzy Cheney and Adam had case kings But that's a problem I don't want them to be the ones in charge of the electoral count act Do you

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Liz Cheney Dares to Quote Ronald Reagan Following Award

Mark Levin

01:28 min | 2 months ago

Liz Cheney Dares to Quote Ronald Reagan Following Award

"Cheney You know dizzy Lizzy Cheney only gets the attention she gets now because she is trying to destroy Trump and all the Trump supporters If dizzy Lizzy had actually lived up to her positions when she ran for the House in the first place as she'd be getting no attention or only very negative attention Do you know that dizzy Lizzy Cheney Got the profiles and courage award from the John F. Kennedy library mister producer Is that interesting No more Halliburton Thank God No more Chinese war criminals No The JFK profile encourage award yesterday And she dares to quote president Reagan And George Washington when this award has become an award for radical leftists and radical leftists only And she's very proud And her new friend Nancy Eva Pelosi stretch is very proud of her And wait until they have their public hearings and waiting to all I'm telling you

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Liz Cheney Implies J6 Committee Has Evidence for a Criminal Referral

Mark Levin

01:53 min | 4 months ago

Liz Cheney Implies J6 Committee Has Evidence for a Criminal Referral

"But here she is on CNN She's loved on CNN on meet the press On face the nation on this week they used to hate the Chinese Halliburton Halliburton Remember Now they love the cheneys Because they're a disaster dizzy Lizzy Cheney on CNN yesterday cut ten go Porting this morning that your committee has concluded that you have enough evidence to make a criminal referral for president Trump to the Justice Department for obstructing an official proceeding and for conspiracy to defraud the United States This is Jake tapper who's not really asking a question he's making a statement and asking if she agrees with him Go ahead Evidence to refer Trump for criminal charges Well we have not made a decision about referrals on the committee I think that it is absolutely the case It's absolutely clear that what president Trump was doing what a number of people around him were doing that they knew it was unlawful They did it anyway I think you certainly saw that in the decision that was issued by judge Carter a few weeks ago The decision by judge Carter and she knows this but she's become a complete slime bomb A federal district judge the central district of California who's known to be a whack job radical Puts language in a decision affecting John eastman and attorney About the president There were no hearings there were no evidentiary hearings There were no there was no jury There was nothing And he accused the president of the president of criminal liability And for that he should be removed from the bench He should be removed from the bench and he should have his license taken from him

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Sen. Grassley: First Bro Jim Biden in Crosshairs of Hunter Business

Mark Levin

01:33 min | 4 months ago

Sen. Grassley: First Bro Jim Biden in Crosshairs of Hunter Business

"In the long piece that The Washington Post put out Sunday or Monday actually I think it was Saturday It doesn't matter Paragraph 5 as I pointed out in my Sunday monologue on Fox they said that there's no evidence that any of this is linked to Joe Biden They lied They lie Joe Biden said he was totally unaware of any of his son's business activities He lied Now he said they say he's confident that his son didn't violate any law which is it But there's more There's a lot more The wonderful New York Post Steven Nelson Chuck grassley says first brother Jim Biden in crosshairs of a hundred business probes Senator grassley and I want to salute senator grassley when his salute senator Johnson do you know they've had no support for Mitch McConnell None None No support from the Republican leaders pathetic In fact McConnell has spent more time trashing Donald Trump Then he has been demanding answers from Joe Biden Because that's the nature of rhino world Whether it's dizzy Lizzy trainee or a head case Adam kinger or the cape May orca Chris Christie Or the CEO and chairman of the Washington compost

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Paramount Plus Making 'Fatal Attraction' Reboot With Lizzy Caplan

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

00:33 sec | 9 months ago

Paramount Plus Making 'Fatal Attraction' Reboot With Lizzy Caplan

"Today. On the Patreon show, I talked about the fact that the movie fatal attraction, the paramount network is going to make a series based on the movie fatal attraction, and it's going to start Lizzy Caplan in the Glenn Close roll, I'm happy about that because I really couldn't find one thing that was attractive about when close and why a man would leave a beautiful woman like Ann archer to go and have sex with Glenn Close. She looked awful in my book. I think Lizzie cap was cute. I can see that

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Josephine Baker Is 1st Black Woman Given Paris Burial Honor

NPR News Now

01:02 min | 1 year ago

Josephine Baker Is 1st Black Woman Given Paris Burial Honor

"Josephine baker at the american born dancer and singer who rose to fame after moving to paris in the nineteen twenties. We'll have resting place. Bakers remains to be moved to the pantheon muslim. For some of france's most distinguished citizens rebecca rosman reports that the honor make speaker the first black woman to be insured there in a statement. A french government spokesperson baker as a quote. Great lady who loved france. The beloved dancer singer and member of the lizzy stoneless was born in missouri in one thousand nine hundred six but moved to paris in the nineteen twenties as part of a wave of black americans who came to the french capital just after world war. One baker was famous for saying she had to love my country and paris baker. Who died in nineteen seventy five and is currently buried in. Monaco will be moved to the pantheon. In a ceremony held on november thirtieth her induction to the pantheon means she will be joined alongside other french. National heroes including malik kelly at example dumas and voltaire

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Lizzie Borden, Axe Murderer, Maybe

This Day In Esoteric Political History

02:38 min | 1 year ago

Lizzie Borden, Axe Murderer, Maybe

"The incident. Nicky what do we need to know about what happens on the night that are on the day that andrew and abby are all i guess hacked to death is the is the right way to put it. Yes the day they are axe murdered. Well i mean we know we have a pretty clear timeline of what happened actually Because it happens in a short window of time when they're alone so abby was the first to be killed And she was struck in the back of the head and then hacked sawmilling seventeen times like it was a pretty vicious brutal murder And then it's like. I think an hour an hour and a half later when her husband andrew comes home and then he is hacked as well and there are people in the house when this is happening. So the made is there though. She is supposedly up on the third floor. Taking a nap and lizzie. Bordon is there. She said you know some people say she's in the barn for a while she comes back. It's an unclear. It's unclear where everyone is During this but the maids as the she hears lizzy say come. You know my father is dead and then the police are called and they do kind of shoddy investigation and it goes from there. She's arrested The murders happened on fourth So she's arrested about a week later and then we get to the trial and the trial. Is i suppose not that big of a surprise. A sensation is covered breathlessly. Not just in the town and not just even in boston. But it's let's pick up national attention. You know described to us kelly. Why what is it. That's appealing about this trial. And what are the narratives that emerge particularly as we said they start to tilt a little bit in lizzy favor. Yeah so there's so much about this. That i think would not happen if the family were not wealthy. This was related to like as being like the titanic of its moment. What seems a little suspect me. But if you think about like the exorbitant amount of wealth and how tragedy gets connected about people sometimes have like an insatiable appetite to want to know what happens to rich people. And why and so. And so lizzie gets caught up in this now. She is supported by her community. The women's temperance group comes to her aid. They protest by her side saying that she could not have committed this crime and it really becomes sort of this. Well you can't even say a. He said she said moment because her father. And some of the can't really say you know what happens so it becomes her story versus everybody else versus the evidence of the

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"lizzy" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"lizzy" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Opened up The let's see here year. Range in a number of colleagues on that rear cassatt was split. Bushing chain announcing that happened is that's bushing chain. Bushing itself is pressed into the plates removed apart which is really and also it allows for lubrication and get down inside of the chain better because now instead of this closed kind of bushing system you have a split between a bushing so -cation you town is is really really neat. And then so. But since then it advancements we've seen chain a them more evolutionary You've got your hollow in if you've got your your i in your shaping of the plates things like that but there's been nothing really revolutionary now. I think what's feel it's been going on the last two or three years. Like for instance new motion labs and and And actually something just crossed my mind with what dan i believe. They filed a patent Patents regularly at believes that. I haven't seen it. It's not released. But they felt some type of patent on a new Chain zayn and And i'll go ahead and disclose this. Hey fired i'm going over to driven anyway right now. Sorry sorry boss who will be driven daily Just spill the beans a little bit here but where we're working on new ourselves so It's i wish. I can tell you more about it but it is completely different It's not even. I've seen a new motion labs. I see what they're doing not necessarily agree with technology but dump their claims. But we'll we'll see how we can't test one of your chains because there are not available that's something we liked to do. not not as competitors but more of of technologists is anytime. There's a new product new. We try to get our hands on it and test it And if it is faster better we wanna know why in idle drive us and if it if it isn't faster or slower where where okay. That's that's another claim that out. So i think will also in the next two years she some radical chain designs. Come out and it'll be something fun and exciting because the cycling public. They'll have to. We'll test everything of course but see what kind of goes wear now gone over to driven my responsibility now is to obsolete chain and i hope that happens. But it's gonna take a while even if we have the driven products out saying two years chains are here for a while It's not going to happen overnight. So what i envision is biz. The plane is for driven to do on bikes and slowly overtake the chain drive train. But let's say for the next ten years. The chain drive train is still going to be there. And some of these radical revolutionary chain designs Will will be in market for some time and hopefully bettering the drivetrain. I'm going to come out. And say i think the The chain is the most exciting area of bike design. At the moment. I and i was going to ask you a question right but then i'll watch leads video today when i went down the rabbit hole and you don full me. I was going to ask you. Why haven't the big drive train. Companies was ready to really. Why reinvented the drive train. But then in one videos you showed me you know their factories that manufacturing plants and all that sort of of course not going to change because they will just force all that stuff into obsolescence. So we'd call their bread and butter When you have a dues obviously with the monopoly it happens but we have to do and when there's only two manufacturers only after you pop with each other so they're keeping her on each other they're also very large now a lot of money but into the manufacturing as you just mentioned and to be quite honest traditional chain drive trains they worked fine right now There's not been a really disruptive company to ruffle feathers to come in and say. Hey this has been like this for a hundred years. Something needs to be changed. And i don't know if it's going to be driven. I hope it is. But the fact that we have investors now backing and A lot of ha's it comments going into this like you guys can do it. You need to do it You know we we might be the little poke that dumb now. Opens up some is and this is money to say but we don't want wanna pope to hard right. Those guys are big and.

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"lizzy" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"lizzy" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Tom molly thanks to linked in for their sponsorship of this episode. And thanks to lizzie banks again for that very revealing interview. It was fantastic to hear from lizzy the next part of the show. This is a pure tech partner show and it's a chair. I had with jason smith. Now jason is the creator of driven or ceramic speed driven. As you may have heard of it is a project that aims to completely reinvent the drive train. If you've seen a bike show online. You'll know exactly what i'm talking about. Because it is very very catching and jason does a great job of describing exactly how it looks. Exactly what is i. Start off by asking him about his history with cycling. It's a used to be a used to little older. Have family and kids right now. So i was a competitive triathlete. Let's see seven to about two thousand ten and specialized in the extra off road series here in the states and did a little bit of road try never near professional level but pretty accomplished amateur so I was. I was in the sport and then i had A normal job outside of the cycling industry and Then how it got into. Let's go to the cycling. Business was when i was a racer was typical racer buying components in buying parts to get faster and i saw that there was a lot of marketing marketing. Bs out there and it was frustrating. I had this idea boy. It'd be really great. If if a company could test these products and Just disclose hey. This one is the fastest This one actually does what is claimed and in these don't in kind of dismissed. The idea in went back to work and embracing this idea stayed with me for a couple of years and ahead opportunity. I was switching jobs and had an opportunity to to trial my idea. And i i sit idea. I get a lot of crazy ideas in my mind as we all do and usually really hot for a day in and they get dismissed This one stuck around. And i thought this would be neat to do and it could be a self sustaining business. Single person a one man show business and the goal was on like consumer reports They they buy all the product. I don't accept product manufacturers and they tested in our business model relies on consumers to pay their bills So that was the philosophy that was was. The business plan is i would Or pay the money to develop it and it will come out of my pocket also by all the bottom brackets oils. The chains the lubes. Everything that i was planning on testing and then sell the reports in the first reports in two thousand twelve or seven dollars and ninety five cents each. I think they went up. Ben we resume but suite of like ten reports the next year later where we started doing a lot of different testing and it was fourteen dollars. Ninety five cents of for fifteen dollars cyclists you get all these reports chains loops bearings wilburns bottom brackets. Police essentially all the moving parts of the bicycle they could find out..

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"lizzy" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"lizzy" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Molly thanks to linked in for their sponsorship of this episode and thanks to lizzie banks again for that very revealing interview. It was fantastic to hear from lizzy the next part of the show. This is a pure tech part of the show. And it's a chair. I had with jason smith now. Jason is the creator of driven or ceramic speed driven. As you may have heard of it is a project that aims to completely reinvent the drive train. If you've seen a bike show online. You'll know exactly what i'm talking about because it is very very eye-catching and jason does a great job of describing exactly how it looks. Exactly what is i. Start off by asking him about his history with cycling. It's a used to be a used to little older. Have family and kids right now. So i was a competitive triathlete. Let's see seven to about two thousand ten and specialized in the extra off road series here in the states and did a little bit of road try never near professional level but pretty accomplished amateur so I was. I was in the sport and then i had death A normal job outside of the cycling industry and Then how it got into. Let's go to the cycling. Business was when i was a racer was typical racer buying components in buying parts to get faster and i saw that there was a lot of marketing marketing. Bs out there and it was frustrating. I had this idea boy. It'd be really great. If if a company could test these products and Just disclose hey. This one is the fastest This one actually does what is claimed and in these dome in kind of dismissed. The idea in went back to work and embracing this idea stayed with me for a couple of years and ahead opportunity. I was switching jobs and had an opportunity to to trial my idea. And i i sit idea. I get a lot of crazy ideas in my mind as we all do and usually really hot for a day in and they get dismissed This one stuck around..

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"lizzy" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

07:37 min | 1 year ago

"lizzy" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"So this goes back to the eye tracking that we were talking about with the spring boughten to in rugby to identify concussions alley and the vistula oculus side is a huge aspect of concussion in terms of dysfunction and in terms of the importance of of correct rehabilitation. Anyone with a concussion should have a vestibule ocular therapy referral and actually very interestingly. I was talking to a friend of mine. who's a pediatrician. And she said any teenagers now that come in with a head. Injury automatically get a physi- referral because they've noticed how strong correlation with a was between teenagers having a head injury and then having difficulty with concentration and things about pretty soon down the line. So what i find really interesting is that Teenagers this getting recognized and treated really quickly for an adult. It's it's a purchase isn't known about I know about it now. Because i've been through it and i'm fortunate to have had some of the best treatment in the uk and people who obviously at the top of cycling who really know about concussion and have dealt with post concussion syndrome time and time again. But i've been blown away. Actually i had a couple of messages people my instagram. Who got touching said. Hey i i'm one was two months was nine months down the line with concussion and neither of them had really had physio treatment and they were struggling with things that should have been managed months ago. So i implore you or if anybody out there is struggling with concussion or you know anybody please ask them to get in touch with a specialist neuro physiology because there are so many people out there that can help you and again when i was talking to loretta. Hanson from Freighter about this for the first two months. She didn't have any video input. She just thought you know why on getting better. She'd think maybe it's because i've got a cold. Maybe it's because of this. And then eventually she got this treatment and she made such huge improvements. And i'm so lucky because actually from two three weeks in i've been doing this and maybe we didn't have that quite that right balance at the beginning when i thought i was getting better enough to start training and so actually exercises were a little bit harder than they needed to be and then once we scrapped everything and started again from the beginning. I got that balance right. But it's such an important aspect you train the tracking of your eyes. You train the movement of your eyes. My eyes couldn't make smoothly from one from one a year from the left aspect to the right they were just kind of joh- rather than moving smoothly across the page which then gave me visual problems and it was only when i started to see things clearly again that i realized how blurry things have been before. So there's just ceremony so many aspects to it and also the cognitive aspects cognitive overload aspect. You don't think he doesn't realize when you're normal. How difficult conversations are and maybe. It's something that we will be experiencing. Actually you know with with reintegrating and society off the lockdown. Suddenly we're having conversations again in. Oh gosh that's exhausting and for somebody who's recovering from concussion. The beginning if somebody i hadn't met came to the door and i was talking to them for two minutes. I would start to feel dizzy. And it was just a process of maybe talk him someone for two minutes. I'm feeling a bit dizzy. And then going to have a lie down and the next time it would be a bit easier. Maybe i'll be able to talk for five minutes. And then you've got to the point where there will be four people and there were two conversations going on and at the beginning i could not cope with that at all if there was someone else talking. Just say i'm sorry. I i can't speak because your brain couldn't couldn't kind of zone out of one conversation. It was so on all the time and this is again what. I was talking about with meditation that it wasn't able to switch off to the point where you could get background conversation. I'm going to focus on this and so with my stimulus rehab. I would then start doing exercises with the radio on in the background. So i was focusing on what i was doing but the radio was this background noise. I had to try and block out and in the beginning it was so hard and i felt so sick but now i can go to a restaurant and it's just such massive progress to be able to kind of guy from that point where you can't have a single conversation with one person for two minutes to actually you can be in a restaurant with background music and maybe a combat for that long and it depends on having a good day or a bad day. But that's actually my rehab. Now put myself in those situations which are a really really busy and noisy. And there's a lot going on and there's lots of cash and so go there for a bit. maybe wait for your symptoms. Come up and then take yourself out of that situation and know that it's fine to take yourself out of that situation. China have any anxiety about that. It's just part of the process. And next time i'll get better nelga easier well so it's done all this. How things are getting better read progress. You'll make in going to ask you to put any sort of timeframe on these goals but you are gonna come back you all going to ride in the in the pro peleton again. you know. This is to reassure people. This is going to happen. What you so of looking ahead to. Yeah i mean very much. i'm coming back. I'm i'm a millionaire. I'm the point where i can really see the light at the end of the tunnel and tunnels a bit too long. I would like to be shorter. But i can see that light and i. I know that it's just a process that i have to go through. It's it's just a it's just a case of yeah continuing to retrain all of those systems that still quite around quite up to scratch and and everything's getting better similar foster in the beginning it was really important to not set goals to not have that pressure because i was so well and like i say i didn't realize how unwell i was and how far i had today but actually i think back at the beginning of may i kind of set myself a personal goal that i wanted to be racing again in september taber and actually luckily for me. The season is longer again this year. And we've got some really nice race in october jeeter kind of covid constellations and reorganizations and that's repay women's tour and the british nationals has been moved to october which is another really really nice goal and so when i sat myself. This goal of racing in september and october in the beginning of may is seemed so far away but it was so possible inside risi. And now you know i'm million july and i'm in a completely different place and i'm so much closer to racing but i don't know whether that being kind of all september october and maybe play which is actually at the end of august because i would love to be there and maybe it doesn't quite seem as achievable but it's i've kind of got that goal in mind but it's not. It's not pressured goal. Yeah my team. Serta's wmt they they are just so wonderful. You know it's just a case of comeback from you ready and it's so important as well because if i came back early not only would i be a danger to myself. But it'd be a danger to other rides in the peleton if you're not if you're vestibular system is not up to scratch the risk of crashing injuring yourself. Re injury of your brain is so high and also better hundred fifty or however many other writers in the peleton who. I didn't want to injure them if i'm not ready to come back so.

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"lizzy" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"lizzy" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"On and so then you take a ninety percent of that heart rate and you train about this point. It was knitting end of april. And we you know. I knew at that point that i wasn't going to be able to get the olympics. Haven't started recovering. It was obviously going to be a long process. And how even. If i started recovering then i wouldn't be at my physical best in order to be in a place i would want to be in the olympics and british cycling. Were amazing about this and we at that point. We took off the table. We said they said how. How do you. How would you feel if the olympics was out the window. At that point that was it would just be a massive relief. Because of course this was my biggest goal to represent great britain in the most prestigious Prestigious competition there is out there in the world. That only happens once before years. But i couldn't do it. I couldn't physically and near logically get to that point. And i knew i wasn't able to so i was trying to set my goal this for for myself. That just wasn't possible so that point. We took everything off the table and we started everything again. From the beginning my writing went back to one hour at one hundred thirty minute my vestibule vestibule every program started from the beginning and the idea was then to get to a point where you firstly are riding without symptoms but you are a stable point so you have stable progression and you have a lot of days off because united. You need the days off so that you don't have this this neurological crash for a few days And maybe you do two days of one hour and then maybe might even have two days off. it really depends how you feel but you build up steadily. And so since then i have had a still had some bad days but I've had a really study progression. And we really slowly increased. Everything and the number of days and the negative symptoms have decreased and decreased. And i've been able to choon into really what sets me off and really manage it well and so the important thing is actually. You don't want to not trigger symptoms. You want to trigger symptoms but only to a really small level because if you trigger too many symptoms than your buck of water is so empty that it takes such a long time to fill it back up again so you wanna get your bucket down to you. Know a quarter full and then let it let it go back up again and that was you know i'm still getting that wrong now. It's a really difficult process to to manage. How but it's such an important process to understand that your symptoms aren't the enemy and if you're symptoms come on worst to bike riding my symptoms come on under stop and i just sit somewhere quiet. So's my is try and meditate. Let the symptom seattle and then a carry on again and it's about just managing it in a in a sustainable way and it's really really tricky. Really tricky is it. Just you talk about the good days and bad days and obviously you know. I mean we could be a bit more optimistic about your recovery. Now and today you told me before we start recording today is actually for you a bad day and if it was a few months ago we would not be having this conversation no totally. I mean say now. When tom and i record we've been on. We're looking at talking to each other online to the screen. So i'm looking at computer for over an hour because we've got probably a couple of hours we've got much to catch up on and say and i'm actually planning on on doing long ride with some friends this afternoon and i mean even months ago any ride with friends would have been a no go in the beginning. I couldn't ride with somebody next to me if i could see that. Legs moving because the process of their legs moving with such a vestibule trigger that it would make me feel sick. So if i was riding with my husband he would have to right behind me and so mostly read alone. I would often ride in the evening because there were fewer cars and the light was last harsh so all of these things were triggers. An anything that would set me off. Actually when when things started improving with my cycling it was actually really sunny and it was just awful because there was not appaled in bright sunlight. There was a lot of dappled shade and all of those things so difficult to manage visit. I've struggled with that myself and come back with a migraine from a ride. I've a head injury but because of the dappled light in dehydration you know you know. Come up with flashing lights on your eyes and stuff like that is awful. So i can only imagine what it's like when you've actually got brain injury absolutely and you're focusing you're focusing on these things are making you worse and say i remember the first ride. I did where i was able to just ride and not feel unwell. I was able to focus on writing rather than focusing on how well i was. And that was such a huge breakthrough and so fast forwarding to now. I'm at the point where i'm just breaking into. I haven't done a four hour ride yet. But i think we did three forty the other day and it was with six people and it was quite hard and so things are things are progressing really well but i can't just because i've done a three hour. Forty ride doesn't mean. I can do a week of three hour. Forty rides back to back. So it's it's getting to that stage and then it's the next stage which string those together and then the next stages may be stringing those together with people so cycling behind people because that is such a strong vested bula stimulus and then doing that with efforts as well so all of these things is just a step by step process and its is really slow. It's it's getting that and and for anybody out there who has had a concussion. And if you're struggling i would really strongly suggest to. I mean i would employ you to find specialist niro physio because there are so many exercises that can help you and retrain all these symptoms and it's a process of just waiting and you will get better but it's time and management and and knowing where to go and that's what's really tricky what you wanna talk about some of the sized. Been dan but before. That you've mentioned has been gabriel. An obviously having someone who knows you so well with you must be so important just to be. Say no you on. Ri- i know this because i know you thousand how people like and the ride all been through it. The people who've been sort of a big help to you through this process of recovery. Yeah i mean with my husband. I think that was probably one afternoon in the first two months where he wasn't home and so he was always there and the mood disturbance side of it especially in the beginning. When it's not going well such a difficult aspects to manage because of syndrome is that you have this. I don't want to use the time depression lightly but this feeling of depression and anxiety and hopelessness and when things get to the point where you bucket is empty and there's nothing in there you just feel dreadful and if if you've got a day where you are progressing. Well that's great but on those bad days which are the beginning or in the first six to eight weeks. Were more often than the good days than it is so difficult to see a way out and just having somebody having that support structure that Kind remind you that that. Actually you are progressing. And when you're progressing from okay one day you can walk forty meters down the street without feeling sick and the next day is forty five meters. There's progressions the so small that it's not possible to see now. It's really easy to see a k. Last week i was doing three hours. Now i'm doing three and.

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"lizzy" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"lizzy" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Sure it's the one you know you're walking around the kitchen just like bumping into things and your in house where you know exactly. Where thing is you know. I'd stopped picking things up. Because i was just gonna drop them on the floor and smash smashed my beautiful stacey snider mug a few days into my smash smash mind to so. Don't worry about it. And i was immigrant coast. So maybe that wasn't a sign that i was concussed and so but the point is you're not perceptive enough to be able to tell whether or not you're right okay so i guess that's kind of yeah the rough story of of how it started and then how it's going was that there is a lot of things that can be done to help concussion patients and that's really an old school of thought and a new school of thought and isn't that much research about concussions. Not really that much is known factually. But there's not evidence and things. There is more evidence as we progress in the old days. You used to say. Go down and doc room and wait until you got better. Actually that doesn't help because it's like any kind of training you have to create a training stimulus in order to progress. And so if. I want to get better at running. If i just lie down and rest my legs are not gonna get any better at running but if i go out and do it. A ten k run after not having run for ten years. I'm going to be scraped for week. So it's exactly the same principle waves the neurological side of things. But at the beginning. I mean i would say kind of six weeks into my recovery. My zone five zone. Six for me was sending a text message on my phone in the morning and one text message in the evening. And so it's it's starting from. You just have to take things right back to the beginning and you have to start from scratch and you have to understand. That's your yeah. Let's talk about it and second time zone. Five years and sex is so much lower than you ever thought it was an you train. And you you dip into those zones a little bit so you At the point that i was okay to watch screams again which was a long way down the line. You watch tv but you watch. Tv for five minutes per time. Ron and then you stop and then maybe the next day you don't do any of that at all So yeah it's just being the process of kind of Yeah training and recovery and training and recovery brain and it's it's a really long process and it's a very slow process. You have no idea how slow the brain is a fixing itself but it does. It does repair. And it's not really the yeah. It's the brain systems that repairing. So yeah there's there's a lot more to that side of as well to the near physio side of it to a few things. I'm really interesting. I'm interested in some of the some of the methods of recovery. That you've use use meditation and stuff like that but but first of all is well obviously this. Is you know as a cyclist you all were under pressure to perform you under pressure to chase contracts and not only that this year. You had an olympics looming. So you're under that sort of pressure. How have you managed those things. And how have you team and british cycling bit involved in your recovery. Yeah i mean it's been really difficult. I mean now. I'm in a really really good place and i have to say from the beginning. My team and british cycling have both been absolutely amazing really amazing. They've never pressure on me to come back before i was ready. And that is so important. Because it's your recovery is so closely linked to stress. But of course. I wanted to get back and i didn't realize how unwell i was and i didn't think when you have a concussion that it's going to take months and months to recover of course you hear about these. Writers have taken months and sometimes years to recover. But i bashed my head. Yeah it's it's not great but whatever this happened before you don't use screens for wants two weeks worst case and then we build things up and then you get to go again for me. The first three weeks. I was mostly off the bye. How little bits who are kind of went off and then went on the bike and then realized that it wasn't working so than just kind of wanted to sleep for a week. And i would say yeah the first three weeks. I was mostly kind of just sleeping really not doing very much. I would be sleeping in the day for a few hours which is not normal for me. Usually i'm somebody who just goes and goes and goes and i could jurists all bunny And then the next three weeks roughly i. I was getting back to training. Or i was getting kind of easing into obviously had loss of fitness but not lost that much. And you know. I'd have had have have some good days. And then i would call me up and say hey lizzy what do you think about the identity. And i remember that phone cool so well. I was having a great day. Suddenly i could use my phone again. Suddenly i could ride again. And i thought right. That's it. i've done the rest. I need the breakthrough. It's uphill from here. Jahmai fitness is going to be a bit rough fail build against races so quarterback and i said yeah common. I don't see why i'm not going to be do the ogden. Like i'm i'm fixed. I'm fine day. After i was in my phone i went for early. Hard bike ride the day after i was wiped out how to i couldn't i couldn't move. I physically couldn't get up and that process of just being so devastated. That of course olympics leeming but i also had to phone up and say yeah. What was i thinking how. How did i think i was fine when this happened and that was really really tough. And i'd say that next three weeks you know. I'd started a bula rehab program which i'll talk about a little bit and kind of believe that was gonna fix me. And i'd have these these periods where i'd have a few days and then my brain would just overload. I would just have. Maybe four really bad days. And i wouldn't be writing or maybe i'd ride for an hour if i was lucky. And you have the mood side of that as well. It really affects your mood. And so you feel yeah. Anxious worried about it. Yeah pretty sad of course yukon. You can't reach these goals in the you can't even ride your bike and yeah even an athlete. If i'm just sitting on the sofa four days doing nothing. I'm so for the next three weeks. There was this really really challenging mentally incredibly cycle where. I would have some good days than come. Okay and then just have this oughta crash and do anything for four days and so eventually after about six weeks went over to british cycling and the reason it took so long was firstly. I thought i was getting better. Secondly before that. I wasn't able to travel over to british cycling and it was just davis snake. Spa iron twenty minutes. But i wasn't able to get there in the car and be well enough to do assessment because the travel would have made me so unwell. That wouldn't have. I wouldn't have been. Yeah i would have been so ill that the assessment would have meant nothing so eventually i got over there. We didn't exercise tasks for the buffalo excise. Tasked it's like around test but you use your heart rate to determine west symptoms..

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"lizzy" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"lizzy" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Ron and then you stop and then maybe the next day you don't do any of that at all So yeah it's just been this process of kind of Yeah training and recovery and training and recovery brain and it's it's a really long process and it's a very slow process. You have no idea how slow the brain is a fixing itself but it does. It does repair. And it's not really the yeah. It's the brain systems that repairing. So yeah there's there's a lot more to that side of as well to the near physio side of it to a few things. I'm really interesting. I'm interested in some of the some of the methods of recovery. That you've use use meditation and stuff like that but but first of all is well obviously this. Is you know as a cyclist you all were under pressure to perform you under pressure to chase contracts and not only that this year. You had an olympics looming. So you're under that sort of pressure. How have you managed those things. And how have you team and british cycling bit involved in your recovery. Yeah i mean it's been really difficult. I mean now. I'm in a really really good place and i have to say from the beginning. My team and british cycling have both been absolutely amazing really amazing. They've never pressure on me to come back before i was ready. And that is so important. Because it's your recovery is so closely linked to stress. But of course. I wanted to get back and i didn't realize how unwell i was and i didn't think when you have a concussion that it's going to take months and months to recover of course you hear about these. Writers have taken months and sometimes years to recover. But i bashed my head. Yeah it's it's not great but whatever this happened before you don't use screens for wants two weeks worst case and then we build things up and then you get to go again for me. The first three weeks. I was mostly off the bye. How little bits who are kind of went off and then went on the bike and then realized that it wasn't working so than just kind of wanted to sleep for a week. And i would say yeah the first three weeks. I was mostly kind of just sleeping really not doing very much. I would be sleeping in the day for a few hours which is not normal for me. Usually i'm somebody who just goes and goes and goes and i could jurists all bunny And then the next three weeks roughly. I was getting back to training. Or i was getting kind of easing into obviously had loss of fitness but not lost that much. And you know. I'd have had have have some good days. And then i would call me up and say hey lizzy what do you think about the identity. And i remember that phone cool so well. I was having a great day. Suddenly i could use my phone again. Suddenly i could ride again. And i thought that's it. I've done the rest. I need the breakthrough. It's uphill from here. Jahmai fitness is going to be a bit rough fail build against races so quarterback and i said yeah common. I don't see why i'm not going to be do the ogden. Like i'm i'm fixed. I'm fine day. After i was in my phone i went for early. Hard bike ride the day after i was wiped out how to i couldn't i couldn't move. I physically couldn't get up and that process of just being so devastated. That of course olympics leeming but i also had to phone up and say yeah. What was i thinking how..

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"lizzy" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

06:41 min | 1 year ago

"lizzy" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Working and i kept pushing kind of get over the next time in front of the peleton but actually got in the penultimate sector. I got caught by race and then yeah wasn't really able to help them. When the cameras came on. I was out the back so by the time. I got back to the bus Obviously had crashed. And then you you kind of. Just forget about the head side. And you'll cleaning up the visible injuries. So things on the right rush on your arm and your your alabama when you happen. It wasn't really that bad and it was only kind of as we were leaving. The i thought yeah announced on my head and i said can just make sure your helmet when you get back because at this point in my helmet was packed way into the ban wasn't something you could just fish out and that evening i felt fine. I yeah you always feel retired after race. But i didn't notice anything in particular the next day i was traveling and i thought i felt fine. And this only with the benefit of hindsight i now realize. I actually had this horrendous day. Where i wasn't able to go on my flight. His milan airport was just crazy So i miss my flight. I remember just breaking down into tests which is not really normal for me. I also remember being on the train station platform later that evening and i couldn't read the boards for why the train was going in the time. And we were you alone at this time. I was learning holiday. Yeah so it was a whole day of traveling It was a. I had to fly to london luton instead of to manchester like normal. I i miss this first flight because of this chaos at milan airport then i had to thankfully there was another flight. I breakdown stays at that point. I thought how. Am i ever going to get home because it's usually one flight a week and it just so happened. There was another one day eventually. Got to layton then had to get you a busta luton train station than a train to sheffield or two trains to sheffield. And then go from that and i remember thinking yeah. I was fine but looking back. I couldn't read these display boards and i remember looking at that light and just thinking. Oh my god. Why is that light so bright and just thinking. While i'm tired i i really don't have much to probably calorie pages from the day before and then go back home the next morning and my actually wasn't at the race But had a career ending concussion. Commons mall. She find me up and she said. Hey lizzy i had a look at your helmet and it's smashed into smithereens a you okay and i said oh thanks. I think i'm fine. Thanks checking in. But i know what to look for and My husband's hit. And i'll be really careful so we then waste till the afternoon. He has time off work. And we went for a ride ama- soon as i writing. I just felt weird. And i think this is the hottest thing with concussion. The the main symptom is feeling weird. You can't really you can't really put your finger on what exactly is the makes you feel it but you feel weird and so i was riding just a route that i know really really well and just felt a bit dissociated from everything and i thought again you make excuses you think. While i'm just really tired. I had a long day. I didn't eat very much. So i stopped to the petrol station and book and a coke and some sweets and i thought maybe i just need some calories and i did feel a little bit better and i carried on and i just didn't feel right so home i find my back inside. Can you put me in touch with the doctor. And i also got in touch with the british cycling doctor and took myself off the bike until the response from that and then we kind of followed the standard protocol from now you know couple of days off get back on the turbo see how it is and then slowly increase it and i had a couple of days on the turbo. I think maybe three days. I felt fine. Went back out on the road. And i felt okay and then the next day i just crashed and so i would. Wouldn't you say when you say crush disease to describe that like when you crash. Sorry i mean it's really a to me. It just feels a know this so well inside out now so what actually happens is that you get a neurological eight when you rest when you do nothing. You'll brain kind of again. I've got another great analogy that my direct to me imagine. Your brain is a bucket of water as leads of holes in the bucket. Normal people didn't have holes in the bucket and it's slowly being refilled with water all the time but my bucket is not really being refilled with water very often. And there's leads of holes draining out. And every time i do something what spills out and say when i'm resting very slowly. This water comes back up. But as soon as i start doing stuff water just goes everywhere and a scene. She gets to that point where you are the bottom the bucket and there's no water left then. That is a disaster. You well for me. I was very dizzy. I was dropping things. I was walking into things. I had the strong feeling of feeling weird not feeling right very very difficult to explain but i would also say the other side of it was that probably for looking back now probably for the first month to six weeks. I didn't realize how unwell i was. I wasn't able to put my finger on these symptoms and understand how bad these symptoms were because my brain wasn't in a place to be able to process how bad i was and this is why in cycling. It's such a problem. The athletes should never be asked. I mean of course you should take athlete. How do you feel but if you say the athlete do you want to get back on. The bike can say yeah. of course i do. It was an olympic year. Of course. I want to get back on the bike i want to train. I wanna make all these goals well does in flanders nationals. Were supposed to be in june all of these goals. I've got an. I think i feel fine. So let's just riding riding can't company that bad. But i wasn't in a place to be able to say whether or not i was okay. You know i remember the first session. I the physio session had for the neurological side of things. I was asked. What's your business out ten. And i said no. I think the one of ten and she said when ten okay and i said yeah. Yeah about one said to me afterwards lizzy..

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"lizzy" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"lizzy" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"And my my my buddy just stopped working and i kept pushing kind of get over the next time in front of the peleton but i actually got in the penultimate sector. I got caught by race and then yeah wasn't really able to help them. When the cameras came on. I was out the back so by the time. I got back to the bus Obviously had crashed. And then you you kind of. Just forget about the head side. And you'll cleaning up the visible injuries. So things on the right rush on your arm and your your alabama when you happen. It wasn't really that bad and it was only kind of as we were leaving. The i thought yeah announced on my head and i said can just make sure your helmet when you get back because at this point in my helmet was packed way into the ban wasn't something you could just fish out and that evening i felt fine. I yeah you always feel retired after race but didn't notice anything in particular. The next day i was traveling and i thought i felt fine in this only with the benefit of hindsight that i now realize i actually had this horrendous day where i wasn't able to go on my flight. His milan airport was just crazy So i miss my flight. I remember just breaking down into tests which is not really normal for me. I also remember being on the train station platform later that evening and i couldn't read the boards for why the train was going on the time. And we were you alone at this time. I was learning holiday. Yeah so it was a whole day of traveling It was a. I had to fly to london luton instead of to manchester like normal. I i miss this first flight because of this chaos at milan airport then i had to thankfully there was another flight. I breakdown stays at that point. I thought how. Am i ever going to get home because usually one flight a week and it just so happened. There was another one day eventually. Got to layton then had to get you a buster luton train station than a train to sheffield or two trains to sheffield. And then go from that and i remember thinking yeah. I was fine but looking back. I couldn't read these display boards and i remember looking at that light and just thinking. Oh my god. Why is that light so bright and just thinking. While i'm tired i i really don't day of much to probably calorie pages from the day before and then go back home the next morning and my actually wasn't at the race But the career ending concussion commons mall. She signed me up. And she said hey lizzy. I had a look at your helmet and it's.

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"lizzy" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

07:28 min | 1 year ago

"lizzy" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"I am delighted to be back after a month off. I am delighted. Delighted more than delighted. Super delighted to have lizzie back with us back this offer. What four months after concussion. I am delighted to be back. Yeah away for four months recovering still recovering from concussion and post concussion syndrome and is such an istat to be back on the podcast. Back with utah and a huge. Thank you to you and in boswell for picking up the pieces for me and my absence. I just deserted you and kind of walked off the face of beer four months. Well i mean what would have been which. But it's one of those things we're gonna talk about now. Really the bulk of this podcast is going gonna be really catching up with busy. Because you've been through quite a journey but we've we've left you alone a little bit because when you've got a concussion a looking at screens and stuff like that is is a massive. No no isn't it. Yeah absolutely so in terms of actually talking talking side of the paul cross for something that i would have been able to do. But i wasn't able to look at my phone or look at my computer in order to well. I leave and contact tom to arrange any thing but doing research about anything i had such bad screen sensitivity in the first month or so. Maybe six weeks. I wasn't actually using my phone and at all. My husband was my personal secretary. And he would reply messages for me and just voice nates and things so it was really a no-go and kind of there was such a yeah a cognitive processing aspects to it that if i listened to anything complicated i would have to listen to it onto northpoint speed and i would only be able to cope with a couple of minutes of complicated information which thomas excellent and talking about complicated information. And the yeah. You couldn't actually purchase it for long enough to be able to talk about it. So it's been it's been queried. Costa and i've learned so many things and and i hope to actually do a full across on the tech side of it and the future actually because i didn't realize how much technology there is you know coming into semi different sports. About concussion there is actually A new technology that is currently being trialled in rugby. That's is it's an it tracking device. There's two different companies that are making it. It's an eye tracking device and you'll you'll visual visual ocular tracking and the way that your your muscles work is supposed to be one of the first things that that is recognizable thing that changes with concussion and so it's something that you can use within ten seconds can tell you whether or not there was concussion. There and i think that is something that could become so important in cycling because we all know fasting. How many people on hand cycling and i think concussion is massively under diagnosed in cycling. But we'll say the time pressured aspect of a bike race. You know we do these. Uci concussion protocols and people allies to you know if you if the cameras on the bike race which was what it was with me. Yes i hit my head. And i thought the philippines dizzy but by the point the minute bike came along right old and eubanks come along next. The next thing. I'm gonna do is jump on this bike and go again. And so if somebody doesn't see on your head than those things will get missed and you not going to want to stand by the side of the road for five minutes or something doing a protocol but if you can send by the side of the road for thirty seconds. Ten seconds of that be an eye tracking task. And then you go okay right you. Well nephews come off the race. That is so much better for the athlete because immediately they are taken out of this environment. Weather qualities continued stimuli. And you're much less likely than hopefully to have this prolonged concussion and the person cussin' during which is which is. Well i have well. Let's go back to the to the beginning of the story. Then so i mean we have heard updates from. We had the false start. We heard from you on this man when you initially back in training. But there's i think we've learned over this journey will you've learned on this journey that are you take step forward and then you have to take steps back and make gains. Go back a bit and keep making gains. But it's going back to the start. What happened on. I turn on my. Tv was march or february to watch straw much the seventh or eighth something like that And obviously it was. It was the women's race. Not i don't think we had faulty coverage but both turned on. I didn't see did see you in the group. Wouldn't what happened and tell me about what happened in that race because it was off camera what happened. Yeah i mean we only had. I think we had about twenty thirty minutes coverage on that race so you really didn't see anything that actually happened that formed the race and i crushed that climate is in. It was about one hundred kilometers. The race crashed landed on my head. I remember actually thinking. When i crashed my head is spinning identify. Mckay here and you lie there for. I don't know it seems like ages but it's probably just twenty seconds and you crashing think is my neck tate right then you you realize you're right you get up saying the radio lizzy crash on my bike cleared. I needed to nearby. Shifter's were going concern the wrong direction. There's a crash bike then by the time the the car arrives. Obviously they haven't seen what's happened so they give me the new bike japonese pike. I eventually got back north. Coming back on I was actually accidentally not giving my bike. Bike actually accidentally given a different right as with the breaks the other way round. So it's coming back on the gravel with the brakes around scientific for me which was funny. But it's one of those things like you talk about with race radio. Tom desa bad that you can't really hear what's going on. And i think they thought. I said liza not lizzy which is really easy to mistake. Sure he'll be lisa lisa brenner. Yes at lisa's bike back on. Lisa's bike with the brakes on the wrong side. Subtler you go back. And by the time i got back date. Put my bike right together actor. It was fine so back onto my race bike. So you know then. That's another process of coming out. This another extra effort got back eventually. Go back and we got through sacrifice which is really long gravel site to a long line and that's always leading up to that point is part one of the race then that is where things start happening starts kicking off. You know the off that people are going to try for break and yeah. I wanted to get the break you know if we can help in finish. It's better if i'm up the road. And then i can get over this climbs and i also neither if i was gonna make it now. After all these efforts. I really needed to be in. That breaks. be ahead of the racists. It was a really really really tough period of the race for about twenty thirty days where there was a tax contracts and eventually a got into that race winning break shanta black was in and i stayed in there for quite a while and then we got some really tough gravel climbs and my my my buddy just stopped.

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"lizzy" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"lizzy" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Out some hair just a quick one before we start the show this month. It's a different show to the one we initially had planned Was going to speak to just mccurry. Who's written excellent book on kirin in japan. We all gonna ruin that interview in a few weeks time now. The reason is is because Lizzie is back. Lizzy banks is back with us. So the first part this episode is going to be a quite long bull fascinating and very revealing conversation about lindsay's recovery from the concussion that she suffered at strada ban ki all those months ago. And it's a recovery. This still ongoing and it is a fascinating. Conversation and lizzie is as eloquent as ever. The second part of the episode is is going to be a chat with jason smith. Who is the creator of the The driven project the ceramic speed driven projects which looks to completely reinvent the drive trains at do stick around for. That is again a fascinating chat pule tech chat. But we'll start off with mccoy catching up with lizzie. His episode to serve as course by the cycling podcast with lizzie. banks.

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Seven Deadly Sins | Glutton for Punishment

Ominous Origins

01:48 min | 1 year ago

Seven Deadly Sins | Glutton for Punishment

"Gluttony doesn't just mean fat it's basically like overindulgence of anything. It could be wealthy items like golder trinkets and it could just be food. It could be drink. It could be anything in excess. But we're probably going to be focusing mostly on over. Consumption of things are basically make you fat. Some people would this as a status symbol as the bigger you were especially way back in the day the more riches you had the more food you're a blue ford and the more you you're able to shove it down your stupid face. You were seen as rich and powerful for big and fat kind of the gist of it. The last week we talked with the demon associated with lust. And that's going to be the same today just a short little thing. The demon associated with gluttony is belfair gore. I believe we talked about him in our hierarchy of demonic lordships series. I we did just before this one. So i'm not gonna go too much into it. Then he is the demon associated with gluttony. Now what is gluttony mean exactly wall in latin it's derived from google and blue tr or glue tire and it just means to gulp down or wallo essentially does mean an overindulgence of food drink or wealth items and it can be seen as a status symbol lizzy used to be in christianity. It is considered a sin if the desire for food causes it to be withheld from the needy. Some christian denominations consider gluttony. One of the seven deadly. Sins will get more into so yes. Hoarding food means you are a bad person especially if there are other people out there who needed

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The Fight Over Vaccine Passports

Slate's If Then

01:43 min | 1 year ago

The Fight Over Vaccine Passports

"Okay. I think that this term vaccine passport gets thrown around lake. We all understand what it means. Is there a- definition like one what does vaccine passport mean. I think it depends you ask the biden administration would say this would be documentation of people who have been vaccinated and they can present it as needed to travel authorities to businesses. That are requiring some proof of the shot. They actually try and avoid the word passport lizzy. The they've talked about credentialing of this information vaccine. Verification republicans would say that passports are it infringement This is an increasing argument from from the right. That passports are an attempt By the government to collect data in an appropriate way to but into people's personal health decisions and even the use of the word passport is creating some complaint that this is an elitist term that only people who travel internationally have passports. So why why are we even cutting on to that terminal. I mean it's not all that different from the like little yellow cards that you get if you've gotten a a yellow fever shot or something like that when you travel or if you traveled in the past i've i've had inoculations and had to show that cross borders. I remember doing the same. When i went to south america. I think in college but the idea is a little different. Only that we're in the middle of a global pandemic right like there's more import able to demonstrate that you're protected against covid nineteen as we're trying to ramp down cove nineteen.

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Damon Johnson misses live concerts

Pantheon

07:43 min | 1 year ago

Damon Johnson misses live concerts

"Nothing better to do during a pandemic than listened to some new tunes. Some stuff you've been wanting to listen to and haven't had the chance to. I know things are starting opened up across the country but it's nevertheless music can always be escape. It can always be a form of healing and rock and roll is always there for you. It's it's loyalty you so please be loyal to rock and roll like to welcome in our next guest. Some really excited about this. I've had the pleasure of seen him live over the last few years with his old band. Black star riders and also solo. I had a pleasure of seeing him up for the winery dogs here in saint charles just outside of chicago couple years ago. Like to welcome in mr damon johnson. What's going on man. How are you good buddy. Thank you for having me on Sure i miss getting to play live shows at all but i definitely miss coming to the greater chicago. Area man there some of the best rock and roll fans in the country right there. Yeah it's always a great seen a great show whenever whenever. There's a live concert here in chicago whether it's a small club theater or arena it it just has an atmosphere that is like no other. It's really cool. I agree man I've been coming to chicago since the early days of brother cane We could have first. Album outweigh back in ninety three and straightaway man chicago and northern illinois radio in general. They really embrace this. And i feel like it's a relationship that i've been really fortunate to have for gosh man crazy number thirty years ago long time and you have some connection here too in chicago. I know steph from f three design. I think he does your local man. Stephon stephan does everything. He's yeah steffen. I think the first thing he did for me was help me. Get my website design in early two thousands and then Bizmart work for me. On my i guess my second solo album which was in a stick record and then when he has started warns. The arm in You know i've been a proud supporter of their clothing company and i love awareness stuff and they're just they're to of my favorite people on the planet. They're like family to us. Yeah i've known stephan for gosh. It's gotta be two decades three decades almost and i used to live with this rock band in chicago and he used to do. They're designed to as well in all their kind of marketing in and You know other kind kinda website and designing stuff. And i've known him so i run into him at shows like him and i always like bump into each other like. Hey man what's going on so it's always good to see him. That's amazing you've known him longer than i have. So that's That's really cool. And i'm i'm so proud of the growth. They've had their company and They're both incredibly talented. And it's inspiring you know for them to start their own kind of mom and pop business as they as they have and they grown it to the level that they have. I'm really proud to be a part of their circle. Well we got lots to get into but we always begin the episode. Every time we have a first time guest the same way and that's the essence of the show. The the question. We always ask just like every rock song has a hook. That sucks you in rock fan has a moment whether it's a band performance a song or album that hook them on rock and roll. What was it for you. Wow that's a big question The thing that hooked me on rock and roll was. I saw kiss on the midnight special on my television. When i was in the seventh grade and i it was the equivalent. I'm sure jay of our older friends. When they saw the beatles on ed sullivan that was the equivalent of that moment for me. No one's ever asked me that question to tell you the truth You know. I grew up my my folks to this day man. Both my parents love music and so it was a very musical household. The radio was always playing in. Dad would buy vinyl records of perjury artists pop artists and but yeah that was when i felt like it was something that was specifically mind. You know my parents not care for kids. They played black diamond complete with this. You know the rising drum riser in the pyro and everything manages your that. Messed me up preordained. I think it put me on the path for sure. Your kiss was an inspiration for a lot of musicians. And i think it was just the the imagery you know the the faces and the explosions and all the stuff. That kind of just pulled you in you know. The music was great too. But it just had like this power over young kids. I mean i got exposed to kiss back in like the early eighties. And i always remember knowing of them in knowing what they look like before i heard their music and then i heard their music and then i was just hooked. Yeah you know. I you know. I'm i'm probably a little older than you. So you know that midnight. Special show man that would have been nineteen seventy seven grow. This was this was early. This was. I believe this was between kiss alive. One destroyer and You know it was cool. Because i had a group of friends at school that you know we were all kind of discovering rock and roll at the same time and i remember that year in school that no kid and leonard skinner. I'm from the south. And so you know sweet home. Alabama was already the national anthem for us. And so you know the musicality of a ban like skinner We love led zeppelin and You know not long after that. We really got into bands like rush pink. Floyd bad company was big call. Rogers greatest singer of all time. You know things like that. So that set the table for me. I guess jay and then the two big bands not long after that you know when i finally started going to concerts where we saw thin lizzy. Ironically i saw them in seventy nine and that was a game changer for me and The the next summer. I saw van halen for the first time and i was cooked like that's it. I'm i gonna play guitar. You know. I have friends who go to college and get a degree and and and pursued that actually and it wasn't until i had already graduated junior college that i really ever thought of even considering it to be possible to play music as living especially for women coming from such rural backgrounds. There was nobody from where i came from. That was a professional musician. You know so. It just didn't seem possible.

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Los Angeles Rams, Green Bay Packers Preview: Goff To Start At Lambeau Field

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

02:02 min | 1 year ago

Los Angeles Rams, Green Bay Packers Preview: Goff To Start At Lambeau Field

"When i look at the rams i trust everything about the rams except the guy is going to have the ball in his hands. More time than anybody else. That jerry golf. He's a turnover. He's an accident waiting to happen and he's playing with a fractured thumb and the cold weather. And so i believe the packers defense although the not great i believe they can a few turtles out of him. Be a fumble or interceptions. Now aaron donald aaron says he feels great. Aaron donald play with a torn cartilage. Not me i had. That injury are in my ribs door to rip cartilage. Yup i tore my my real ended up when came loose my real extra protrudes a little bit now because there's not intact because the cartilage was torn. It was painful now. I don't know if anybody's ever had that skip. But sudden movements and aaron don lizzy sudden guy giving out a tooth gap and guy and even if he was. I mean just that third to feel that you don't realize how much you use your core until injure and then you realize the simple things brush not putting on your clothes brushing your hair. Imagine trying to play. Nfl football tried to move with three hundred pound man against wheel. Now you've got two hundred. Three hundred pounds man tried to move you against your will so it's going to be interesting to see not no. He's going to get the medication in there and and to calm it down in. So he's going to be very interesting. He might hip. Injury might not be as severe as my he might be able to tolerate more pain the not cooler. But that's not a very pleasant injury to play with in given that and everybody looking for the matchup everybody everybody would talk about. You know what they already talked about. Seventeen versus twenty. They will see jalen ramsey devante. Now i'm not sure how much jalen is going to travel now. I'm sure what jalen lineup was. I don't know if you've got to follow him in the slot. I don't know if he's probably left or right. But i've loved to see that. Because i know at some point in time. He's gonna have to come out on the side of with jason's zone and everybody wants to see that matchup.

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The IPO Parade

Squawk Pod

03:07 min | 1 year ago

The IPO Parade

"Recently in mid september. There was a big week of software. Debuts when snowflake unity jay frog went public raising a combined eight billion dollars before that the only weeks that saw greater issuance was in may of twenty nine thousand nine when uber went public and then september twenty fourteen when alibaba went public. Now woods different this time around. Is that the billions of dollars in new. Stock is coming weeks before the end of the year when most institutional investors lock in their performance for incentive fee purposes. That's when it becomes imperative for them to beat their benchmark and their benchmark is say the nasdaq. They're looking at gains of about forty percent. Beat that could drive. Demand as ipo's can of course be a source of alpha with the day one pop but it could also cause investors who are already ahead to sit. These deals out to avoid any last-minute risk-taking because that pop is all but guaranteed considering airbnb endured dash of both up their price ranges. it appears that they're receiving greater than expected demand at this stage in the game. Guys so leslie. I mean the funny part about some of these companies including everybody wanted to do at one point. A direct listing Is just i mean. Obviously they also need need and want to raise money but in this environment. It seems like you gotta you gotta raise the money. I think that's right. You have to raise the money in this environment. Especially if you're businesses potentially impacted by the next few months and who knows what's come with regard to to shutdown orders and the like and. I was thinking about this too yesterday. As i was kind of wrapping my head around this hit. I do wonder because with the direct listing. you don't necessarily get that same amount of interest from a listing at the end of the year that you might get with a traditional ipo. because it's the institutional investors that get allocation at the stock at what they hope would be a price that would be poised to pop on the first day of trading. So if you have a direct listing you don't really have that kind of incentive structure as you would with a traditional ipo. at the end of the year. i don't know if that actually change the calculus but it's certainly something that could be a tailwind further. Ipo in a traditional ipo process. Lizzy pinker great. Thank you knew. stay at home. Orders going into effect in california people in the southern part of the state as well as much of the san francisco bay area and other spots won't be allowed to gather with anyone. Outside their household supermarkets can only operate at twenty percent capacity and restaurants hair salons and playgrounds must shut down the new orders or rekindling debate from the spring about what should be allowed to stay open when the virus surges. Now when he joined us on friday new york times columnist. Tom friedman in on that question with this response we set up. It's crazy debate that it was mass or job you know mass or school mass or football and it never should have been that. It shouldn't mask for school mask for restaurant. Mass for jobs and people want to And and you know we talked about this. I was very early on thing we have to. We have to balance lies. In

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"lizzy" Discussed on The Misfit Heroes Podcast

The Misfit Heroes Podcast

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"lizzy" Discussed on The Misfit Heroes Podcast

"Help them. Defeat you're trying to incorporate lizzy into the marvel universe only if marvel comes to meet tomorrow and is like. Hey we re register thing. We want her in the next mcu movie. I'd be like take all my stuff. Yeah these do have. I got a surprise for you. What's coming twenty. Twenty one to net flicks. I'm fine with that l. Disney plus man disney plus my bed. But anyway like we're used to writing in that style and i'm like we. We wrote it like with the rpm mind. But i'm like. I wanna i wanna keep going. I want to go further with this story. Not even referencing the rpi. I'm not saying. I don't like the rpi or i'm not in the rpd anymore. The role plays what. I'm referencing when i say our p. I just have so much more i want to do. So i wanna keep writing. And i want to eventually make it into a comic book and like if it comes down to it maybe like animation and eventually like day movies or whatever i don't know but like i just wanna i just wanna create until stories. Yeah is basically my ambitions. That's awesome man and in in whatever way i can get that out. There is fine by me. That's that's great. So i'm really. I'm really impressed with the the passion and the effort that you put into all this. I mean i noticed that your character is an extension of isn't the extension of people that you see in life or pretty much like There's there's a lot of characters that i have. That are based off of people. I know lizzy is kind of like the combination of my interests like gaming superheroes and yet i think like in general can be applied to like real life thinking of it in a way of like not only developing made up stories about fantasy characters but like also to people in real life. Yeah and like where you start. Is your origin story. Yeah which we talked about in the first episode. Sure and where you're going is your arc like for me. A big character arc for me in my past was moving moving from ohio to weaving from ohio. Where i was going to church. I was familiar with. I was living across the street from my then best friends and i'm still in touch with them but yeah we haven't talked to each other in a little bit and whereas to now that i i.

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"lizzy" Discussed on The Misfit Heroes Podcast

The Misfit Heroes Podcast

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"lizzy" Discussed on The Misfit Heroes Podcast

"When you're creating this backstory lizzy okay. what types of things are driving her. Because that's that's one of the things when you're when you're talking about anybody any character in a story that's that's one of the things that are that are sort of driving them to do right what they're trying to do so She's hit by a She hit by a car. She gets attacked by by eclipse Okay lizzy he's motivation will become. She just wants to set things right. She wants to be able to protect the people. She loves in a the city that she grew up in up into this point. She's kind of had like a go to work. Go home play. Video games satisfied with the mundane. Pretty much John joys she enjoys Music heard her style kind of like punk rock. His a her favorite punk rock band is called mayes. Mosey has band. Are you gonna make up songs now. I'll come on please if somebody wants to write songs for me. That is totally fine songs in the key of somebody get on that right now. Why why did you just come up with their first album title. Come on austin's like this is my thing go away. Make your own comic book. That and that's that's the thing. I want this to eventually become a comic book. Yeah well you know what i mean. There's so many there's so many other variations that you can do aside from a comic book now streaming and web comics. I mean there's i guess. I have plenty of like outlets where i can post and i've done all the research. The thing is i have to do it. Do the work. I get it. I get it. Yeah show buff and just do it. Just do it ironic that we're in a green screen room. Just do it. I really liked that. You you get to create this from your own. I'm trying to alliterate that to To humans in general..

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"lizzy" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

06:46 min | 2 years ago

"lizzy" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"That something. Very honest. On something unfussy. I'm I love. I. Say it was a deliberate decision between or something I'd already was thinking and then the publisher. Suggested that we didn't have any what she could para text. So an explanation. Within the book. About what it is, we thought it'd be nice just to present as you say, just have it as a showing. So the necessay, the point of that was if someone does want to. Know bit more about what it, what it's about and what it means. There is a show explanation there. They can access it on the website and read it but. At the same time they can just have the book and just see that it might not make any sense. but. I mean really it's like I said before I put it there for those one or two people might see something they recognize because this work is showing. The recognition might be good like when you, of Sosa beginning your OCD diagnosis journey. I. Recognize Laugh. Emba there will be paid blue recognized that they'll be able to people who recognize people they know, and then they'll be other people who just want to. Consume, the work I'm I think that sometimes it's important. You know sometimes it's this idea of. Representation is very important of course airs but allowing yourself to freedom just explore my idea. I'm not having to represented not like the Para taxed like this is OCD and this is the staff and this is what it's like. I am here I'm lizzy Turner OCD advocates and always Post to out all time. It's like that this is what this is bumps. The next book I'm going to do is about flour engine or baking. You know it doesn't open ended freedom which think and I just. I just wanted to flag that up. I'm not saying that's the right way because other people with whatever. Air Their work is covering. They will decide on one thing and that's the track on it's very importantly for them, but it seems for you. It doesn't have to have the weight of that. You know you can be multiple beings the multiple out letting go ready as well. That was my hype that. Some people might recognize it others could just devour and not worry. And yet the letting go of the fear and the control and all of that stuff. was demonstrated in that really Also the fact that the book is comprised of loose sheets in a folder. I thought well might be nice if they get mixed up and lost and scribbled on. That, that would have been unthinkable to me ten years. which sounds really city but. These. Are the things that the icy. amplifies. Bob. What causes amplified slightly have gone in totally the opposite direction. Right? You say, ten years ago. The idea of it being Lucy, some people do what they want now. Yeah. Girlfriend exactly the opposite you now. The next book I'm writing is going to be printed in link Ivan cat. REVOLUTIONRY up the revolutionary relationship to your work has emerged. Which I think is beautiful. So he asked and now it's time to rates or I'm going on as I was. Yeah. I would just read the section of this. ISSUE, essay anyway but Read. Paragraphs. For, OCD sufferers the problem begins with attaching meaning and significance to meaningless thoughts which become known as intrusive thoughts once they distress you. The initial spike of fear and wonder at how you could think such horrible thing insert your iron is the drug which hooks you. obsess over the reasons for why this thought came into your head and later create compulsive actions to try and atone full control push away the likelihood of it happening again. Only. Cements the cycle which soon turns to torture. What you should have done was to realize that the initial thought was normal nonsense or noise all know even notice a tool. But you have a malfunction united too much and should is a bad bad word. In filling out the forms and diagrams with apparent nonsense broken bits of my own poems, thoughts and speech it allowed me to see how my thoughts could just be bright noise. In most cases are used ultra personal ultra detailed phrases or images, which could only be seen as nonsense to a stranger reader. The. Phrase is still have personal significance to me and are not meaningless per se. They put into a context where they sound ridiculous and the focus of meaning shifts. Furthermore a stranger reader might find interpretations in the text and attach their own meanings. This is the reflection the edge to scramble for meaning where there might be none or at least none that you can understand. And added thing here is the thought that sufferers are not alone in their strangeness. This is a thought which OCD has long denied me which I've happily learned. This is also something I would like to communicate to others. These poems will still appear as nonsense to many readers, and this is fine even fun but I've kept in mind the one or two. He might see that own Strangeness Shimmered Back To Them Should the poems be lucky enough to have that reach. Their potential to view things in terms of complexity or in terms of simplicity. Such. Beautiful rioting. It has it's absolutely abuse Rahm. Thank you so much for that. Let's absolutely Lafley I've quite a personal question. Because I'm curious any because I've interviewed you a lovely husband David on this very show. And also what I recognize about both of you as emotional stay even about ruptures in your new lives, not just the all France, but in a more public forum. Just happy to talk about this who we are. So how much? This is a hard question on its romantic in me how much had was meeting David..

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Heavy Metal? Not Us.

Rock N Roll Archaeology

06:28 min | 2 years ago

Heavy Metal? Not Us.

"All right. I had to actually check that I hadn't done an episode on this before. Because it's a perfect episode, the kind of thing that I thought I would have done early on So this is episode four. We're going to call this heavy metal, not us. Okay, so the idea here is. We're going to be talking about the concept of bans that aren't particularly heavy metal bands that, for some reason, end up making amazing, amazing heavy metal when they get to it and possibly why that might happen you know the idea to do this I've always thought this concept and debated it with a lot of people, but I was actually on earlier today on Pete Pardo's sea of tranquility, and we were doing a deep cut dive on bluest her cult, and it kind of rambled around to this this topic. And he said this was a great example of that and I was thinking, is it a great example of that is definitely an example of that. But I, but I kind of got to thinking that bluish are cult complicated case, but there are other bands that are even better examples of this so I thought. That will be my next episode. So this is how this came about now I, want to give you a little history on this idea, so you know essentially we're not. We're not here to to debate bands like For example there are bands throughout heavy metal, history, or whatever rock history that don't consider themselves. Heavy metal bands that do a lot of heavy metal. Classic example is when Lemme gets up there alive and says we're motorhead. We play rock and roll right. Little More Lemme later maybe but also black Sabbath talk. We're blues, Band and deep purple you know, says various things you know where we're at Jan, were progressive, rock band. We're jazz, rock band, red jazz band whatever whatever sort of floats their boat, but they usually don't say we're a heavy metal band. Now more in of these examples later on, but to go right back to the beginning. You know it's interesting that this concept you know. Mike, my good friend, Ralph Chapman. We always have these debates over Banger, or we did when we were there in these meetings to put together these shows and stuff where where it's always like the Beatles did everything I well so. Here's an example of this happening so in a way. Helter skelter is an example of kind of doing this I and I interviewed Paul McCartney back for my Queen Book Awhile Ago. And after we were done talking about queen you know I. I asked him a few other things and We were talking about helter skelter, and this is what he told me. I think that heavy metal came out of a desire to rock into rock, big and dirty and loud, and for that you don't have to have rules you talk about what made us do. Helter skelter desire to rock, dirty and loud, and when I listened to it now I think Oh. Gosh I thought it was louder dirtier than that? Because Times have changed, but I think it's just that if you're in a rock and roll band, and your soul is anchored in the Sea of rock and roll and you want to do it, you WanNa participate to your fullest. Fullest and sometimes that means being dirty. Being loud guitar are famous for turning up to eleven, and that's very understandable. Desire I. Mean I still now when I get with my band. We're at a soundcheck just strapping on my electric guitar, kicking it a pedal tearing it up. That's the spirit that kind of goes through rock and roll. You know it's a thrill anyone who has ever owned an electric guitar and put it through. An amp knows that thrill so I think that's where it all came from the desire to just thrash out. That's why we did helter skelter. Now. This doesn't include kind of the back story about Pete Townsend, saying you know where the loudest heaviest band in the world and Paul McCartney's natural. You know competitive nature to to compete with with the WHO and a and this is kind of this narrative. That they were trying to out heavy. The WHO so here's a band who's not a heavy metal band by any stretch of imagination. Just saying right, you want heavy metal. Let's let's give you some heavy metal I seem to recall I might have talked about this in another episode, but but excuse me in that pursuit, because some of these bands that we're gonNA. Talk about here. I have talked about another APSOS, but I'm going to be talking about specific specific to this concept. So, hopefully we'll be a You know a different dynamic when we're talking about these bands now. One other quote before we get to our first one, this one even more infocus a puts together this concept, so this is from Scott. Gorham from thin. Lizzy and I've always loved this quote. and we're GONNA include thin. Lizzy later on, but we'RE NOT GONNA. Do this song in honor of. Basically Scott Gorman thin, lizzy. We're going to include thin lizzy, but they fit perfectly anyway so. We were talking about Angel of death, which is which is a a very heavy metal song on the renegade album from nineteen eighty-one. He says yeah, absolutely bub-bubba calling weather sucks. We never We never ever put ourselves in the medal stakes. We always consider ourselves hard rock band, which to me just entails a little bit more in the songwriting side, rather than just heavy metal guitar riffs going constantly through all the songs, but yeah, we did not want to go down the metal road to us. The metal thing and I don't mean this any. Any disrespect to any of the guys, but it seemed a little corny to us, so we tried to avoid that side of it, and plus we knew that there were a lot of guys out there. That did that kind of John, well, but it was just one of those tracks where we recorded it. Listen back to it and for a time there. It wasn't one of our favorites. But yeah if anybody actually called. US, heavy metal, we would actually jump all over them, and the correction would start there, you know. We considered ourselves in absolute hard rock band, but definitely not a metal band the difference between the two genres. Band, it all depends on the riff drum groove in the guitar riff, whereas with hard rock, it's all about the groove and the lyrics and the melody the song and that's why we went out of her way to explain that we are a heavy metal or are. We are a rock band. And then fill linnet, said That's one of the facets of You know what I was just told Interesting side note by one of the listeners I always said Phil Line it for years and years and years, and then I was corrected, and said Phil Lynnette for years and years and years, and now I've been corrected again with a little bit of proof that it is in fact, fill line at Because he says that Phil used to say when he was correcting people, he would say line it. Why not? So there you

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"lizzy" Discussed on I Run Because

I Run Because

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"lizzy" Discussed on I Run Because

"King. Green. So we get wiser with age. lizzy, we don't know. How old are you? Did. Not An old lady yet. I hope I'm not either and I. Hope that there's a long. Tried to be a model for my kids as well. That's great I tried to as well, but my eldest is still laying in bed upstairs, so I don't know from rubbing on. Make! Sure lizzy was up and time for this. So we have A. We have another segment of the show, and it's called our finish line questions and series of just a few questions Christine's going to hit him with you and we're gonNA. Learn some some really quick facts about you guys. Uh. Okay Ready Finish Line question number one. What is your favorite race? I have two one of the guys half-marathon. Indianapolis and my brother lives on that lake in. That's just a beautiful link you. Of these. Okay. Tacking on. The Island. I think. Anyone. Don't let anyone that's flooding. And flat one yeah. How about favourite distance half marathon for me, oh. I Long I like. A. Tear into. God You must have amazing guides. Dream Race if there's one race that you could do, what would be your Dream Race Oh I do. Well on. Yet that's on my list, too, but the half mine. The I still want to run the rim to ram at the Grand Canyon. And I want to do the at my dream. I guess in the San Francisco. Women's have just because I think I can still run up all those hills. And last question. Favorite Song that motivates you while you are exercising or running. Back by. Ivory! She's twenty six Christine, yeah my wife and I we're we're in our mid forties. I mean. We're not listen to the young kid music. I honestly don't listen to music when I rhyme I never have even before guiding. You did not listen to music now. I mean if guide. This turned on I. Don't mind any of it, but I've never personally listen. You've headphones or anything. That's when I first started running I was teaching with the self contained preschool, and I had twelve or fifteen babies crying all day, and then I would come home and I didn't WanNA listen to anything. I just wanted to have silence, and then like as life on I started including some music, but ever since guiding. Obviously, we don't use music as well I do like the start at the New York marathon note play. The New York Song I love that. New York New York. Every five. Are you going to be there for the fiftieth anniversary this year now we won't be there this year. We're doing actually we're going to Alabama to rocket city marathon this year. We're doing a road trip, Nice. All right listen I would like to thank Amie, and Lizzy for joining us from Achilles Nashville. We were excited to hear about their stories and we're excited to hear about why they run. Check us out on our next podcast and thank you again. Thanks, amy. Thanks lizzie running amy and listen. Let's kick it over to our local running CELEB- Hellas Sediba. Who will have a challenge for you to join a long. Welcome back my beautiful people. We are at week three of a progression for running and I'm GonNa add another ten minutes again. We're going for thirty minutes so this time. The thirty minutes don focus on the amount of distance that you cover within thirty minutes is all about covering thirty minutes of actual running. Take your time with it. I recommend you to run slow. There's a saying with all the elites. Run slow. Run Faster, so you're building your. Your muscular strength, your scholarship in your Arabic fitness, and we'll keep pushing through this week and then the following week at week four. Then we'll start focusing on the amount of need to cover. Keep pushing. You're doing well. You got this and for those who are new. If you haven't listened to the episode, go check it out and you'll know what this is all about to help you reach your goals. See guys at week four take you. Thanks everyone for listening. We really hope you enjoyed those amazing stories. They're truly inspiring people we get to talk to. Here in our forever grateful. Make sure the share this episode with your friends via social networks. We need these athletes and guide stories to get out there until next time. I'm Joe and I'm Christine. Thank you for listening..

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House leadership advises members to return to DC as Rep. Massie weighs roll call vote on stimulus package

Red Eye Radio

06:32 min | 2 years ago

House leadership advises members to return to DC as Rep. Massie weighs roll call vote on stimulus package

"Here's the thing about the whole situation with without massive we were talking about it acid being the the representative from Kentucky the Republican yes Kentucky right talking about possibly objecting to the voice vote so essentially procedurally you know they ask for voice if nobody objects they go to a voice well right but if someone objects they have to call everybody and they got to get a quorum which is two hundred sixteen members right the report is one source saying gas the Massey show right now so he's running the whole thing what well the thing is is you're not going to before represented a Massey you're not going to change anything right you may get you know you may get some Flack from your you want should possibly show your constituents in your district in Kentucky that you stood ground and you want to force it to a vote so you can be on record of saying no but it's not going to change anything and I don't know that it helps you much and you're just right because every I'm glad you explained that because in a voice vote either you are not registered right for for how you voted and so apparently he wants to make it clear but house leadership advise members on Thursday to it last night Thursday evening to come back to Washington on Friday morning if possible as tall tall or top lawmakers told the hill dot com they anticipate that representative Thomas Massie Republican of Kentucky would call for a roll call vote on the two trillion dollar stimulus package passed in the Senate earlier this week house Majority Leader Steny Hoyer and house minority leader Kevin McCarthy aim to pass the bipartisan measure via voice vote in the lower chamber in an attempt to minimize the health risks for members who have traveled long distances amid the pandemic but according to multiple house members messages threatening to derail leaders plans taking issue with its cost and the process used to pass it through the upper chamber Mr horror and Mr McCarthy previously expected that the vote on HR seven eighty four of the corona virus aid relief and economic security act would be done by voice vote but there is now a possibility that the house Republican may suggest a quorum that if a court that suggested of a quorum is not present an attempt to call for a recorded vote on final passage sources and horrors press shop said we have notified our members of the possibility that the bill may not passed by voice vote the majority leader's office has sent notice to members that if they are they are able and willing to be in Washington DC by ten AM to do so they are encouraged to do so while exercising all due caution so there you go yeah and it's going to pass and yeah it's I mean it's gonna pass we know what's well if you just if you're doing this just to put yourself on record for your you know constituents in your district this isn't the one this isn't the battle to pick I understand as a fiscal conservative I get it if you're looking at this the weight Lindsey Graham looked at it and a lot of people looked at it then Lizzy Graham you know fought the fight and try to get as a member of post on that unemployment thing limiting that unemployment so people wouldn't make more on unemployment total than they do with their jobs right now I get that but the point is is that you're going to be the one guy and trust me things change when people are waiting for that cash because they've been told now for what probably the last twenty four thirty six maybe forty eight hours how much money they're going to get they've been able to figure out how much money they're going to get even in your district representative Massey there are people who may be otherwise fiscally conservative but they're going to bite the bullet here because they want that money in their bank accounts the point is is that I don't think this battle works for you politically I don't think it works for anybody politically right now because you simply say I was one of the notes for the for the for the voice vote but it's not going to be an issue now this is not going to be that issue if you wanted if you really wish to start off is to stand up as we've said in normal times it's like you and I were looking at at social media yesterday and we said where were all these people in so called conservatives in normal times right when we were the ones railing against where the Republicans were going and taking you know taking the hits Ford from Republicans who now believe in much more government spending in normal time price the the problem is the problem of where we've gotten to is not because of even flawed bills that are passed in dire emergencies in extraordinary time brought it's because we spend too much in normal times right and I saw a ton on social media yesterday of Republican conservatives who were outraged you know for example by twenty five million dollars you know for the national domino the arts of the Kennedy center whatever and just furious about it as if the world had ended yeah right anyone I asked where were you the last couple of years where were you when Republicans were in charge where were you Republicans are saying well we can't find it now get well now you're going to fight it right and some of the money being spent you know when you talk about those things is not a great day look twenty five million twenty five million but it's not a great deal of money when we look at the spending that has been done in other places which is the hot in in the form of hundreds of billions of dollars right yeah the permanent stuff I mean you look at the like the permanent change that we've we've seen with more more the tendency to spend more and more and a run of a trillion dollar deficit I'm not blink I look I don't remember maybe he was but I don't remember Massey in those times being you know the the the forefront on fox news at look I'm gonna be on fox news and say the spending that that the Republican Party is going for and you people on fox or even endorsing mmhm but you're not fighting for this where was he then right if you're damn furious about it to hold this up where were you back then again on principle I might agree with you in fact I had several worry right I'm telling you it if you're looking for political points in your district this isn't about this isn't the one this is a good this is not going to get you that win it's

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the trillion dollar fightback and other actions taken by Western banks to limit virus damage to the economy

FT News

01:14 min | 2 years ago

the trillion dollar fightback and other actions taken by Western banks to limit virus damage to the economy

"Us in European stocks rallied on Tuesday. This was after Western governments from the White House to the Lizzy to ten Downing Street pledged trillions of dollars to help with the economic fallout from the corona virus pandemic. The trump administration alone proposed a one point two trillion dollar stimulus package to Congress. This was on top of two smaller pieces of legislation between the three plans. Americans could see among other things guaranteed paid sick leave. Funding for corona virus testing and even checks sent directly to citizens meanwhile some of the largest economies in and around Europe announced plans to prop up business and protect household. Yesterday Britain for one unveiled a three hundred and thirty billion pound package of emergency business. Loan guarantees in twenty billion pounds of fiscal support on the Central Bank Front. The Federal Reserve launched additional crisis measures to shore up financial markets showing. How seriously it's taking the situation. The US Central Bank revived a credit facility for approved dealers of government debt. That was last used during the show. Eight financial crisis earlier on Tuesday. It ramped up interventions in the repurchase market and eased some pressures corporate. America pay agreeing to buy commercial paper.

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"lizzy" Discussed on Z104

Z104

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"lizzy" Discussed on Z104

"Seven twenty five of those you coming up next in today's dear Lizzy does end up with the producer of that show so glad I never had a baby with you that's just cuts.

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Polite Tipping is customary in the United States

Correspondents Report

03:59 min | 2 years ago

Polite Tipping is customary in the United States

"Industraliazed tipping for service at restaurants and bars. Of course it's not really thing so traveling to the US where gratuities generally expected and dependent upon by workers. Well trying to work out how much to tip and went to tip can be confusing. It's a question and North American correspondent. James Glendale gets more than almost any other question. So he turned to one of the continent's leading etiquette experts for full and frank explanation. Sometimes it's whispered subtly sometimes it's asked in the middle of a restaurant but pretty much. Every OSCE traveler on the road in the United States. Wants one question answer and it has nothing to do with my day job. How much should you tip? You definitely want to be tipping. Fifteen or twenty percents lizzy post is from the Emily Post Institute an organization. That scene is an American authority on etiquette and how to generally be polite. Fifteen percent is is kind of where we say. The Standard is twenty percent of what we see most often. And I think that's purely because the math is easier and and people do feel good giving a little bit more the second question most ozzy travelers have is who to tip and the least list is fairly extensive after waiters taxi drivers hairdressers and bartenders. All expected tip as standard. We tend to see Bartenders being like one to two dollars per drink or fifteen to twenty percent of the tab things get a little more complicated. If you just getting something from a local cafe or takeaway you have no actual obligation to tip. It's seen as a courtesy to tip and the hotels are whole different ballgame. Where a bunch of people? We'll have their hands out the doorman who helped me with your bag. It's usually a dollar to four dollars per bag or a dollar to five dollars per back. a dollar to when the hail a cab for you You know throw an extra dollar to it's raining and they really were able to get you a dollar bills and I think so I mean yeah when you're looking at you know a couple of dollars for the cleaning person in your hotel room a couple of dollars for the doorman a couple of dollars when the taxi does start to add up and it's a good reason to carry small bills and cash. Americans will tell you that tipping is just all about showing gratitude and rewarding good service. But that's actually not entirely true depending on the state. You're in many of the work is you. Encounter like white is will only in. What's called a tipped? Minimum wage. Futile is an and then rely on tips to supplement the income and pay their bills because of that many Americans pretty deeply divided as to whether or not you should actually scale you tip up and down depending on the quality of the Service. I know this is a great question and I guarantee you. If you have a whole handful of Americans they look have different answers or they fall on one side or the other some people really do choose to vary their tips Based on his service and I personally like when I look at the difference between the two percentages. I'd just rather leave the twenty percent. Although it's not encouraged forgetting to tip if you are a foreign is often politely excused. It's arguably much better than leaving. A small tip like five percent which can be interpreted as a deliberate passive aggressive insult. We might even get quizzed on it so be wound. Yeah it's you well let me put it this way. If you choose to make it optional you will probably leave a lot of really upset people in your weight and I don't think that's generally what people WanNa do on their vacation. I think they wanNA feel good about participating in the place that they came to and this is just one of those one of those aspects of American life and that is perhaps the politest possible way of saying if you coming to the United States prepared to pay up. You don't really have a choice. North America correspondent. Who's not North American Australian? James Glen Day reporting

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"lizzy" Discussed on Z104

Z104

14:16 min | 3 years ago

"lizzy" Discussed on Z104

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