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Donald Trump Calls on Jack Smith to Further Investigate Biden, Clinton
"We're living in a third world country right now. No rigged elections, tremendous, tremendous crime all over the Democrat run that these murderers are running around. They have no fear of prosecution because the D A's aren't doing their jobs. They're going after people like Donald Trump instead. That did nothing wrong. Cut to go. It's no coincidence that these fake charges against me came down the very same day. Evidence revealed Joe Biden, very a crooked president, took a $5 million bribe from Ukraine. Now there's no coincidence whatsoever. And he took plenty more than that. And then Mitt Romney jumps in. He's sort of representing the Chris Christie, Chris Sununu, Asa Hutchinson wing of the Republican Party. It's not really a wing. We're like a feather. We're like a feather out of place. Wait But a minute, did Mr. Joe Biden just touch Eva Longoria in a place
"longoria" Discussed on Latina to Latina
"At both. And then there's moments where I may miss something in Santo's life and I may miss an opportunity in work. It's just the fact. And I just don't really put too much pressure on myself to be perfect for both. All the time. I've been listening and enjoying your podcast connections with Eva Longoria. And I noticed something that comes up a lot for you, which is this idea of people's purpose. Yeah. And I wonder for you what you define as your purpose and how you got to that definition. Gosh, I haven't come to it yet. I haven't come to my purpose in life yet. I do think a grander purpose of humanity and human beings is to love. And that's been pretty consistent in any of the podcasts I've already recorded for connections with Eva. But every single one of them comes back to love, whether it's loving yourself, loving your neighbor, loving each other. I had doctor Brian Weiss on who's like a past life regression believes in the past lives and why we're here and then Jay Shetty is a spirituality. Guru today and they all kind of say the same thing like our sole purpose on this in this earth is to love. And so I think my greater great is greater purpose is to love. So I try very hard in my day to interact with people in a genuine way where they feel heard or supported or loved. Like, wow, that was a great interaction with somebody I didn't know or that was a great interaction with Eva. I didn't know she was that way or of course she's that way. There's so many people that are always surprised when somebody's not an asshole. And they're like, I met. She was so nice. Like, they're super surprised by and you're like, why aren't you surprised when people are an asshole? Like, everybody should be kind to each other. And so for me, I think, I mean, that is my purpose, but more specifically, I don't know yet. And I think it's okay. Because the part of the fun of life is finding that purpose. You got to at least be headed facing a direction of like, this is where I'm going. I don't know where I'm going to end up, but this is where I'm going. I have goals, and the purpose of my production company is job creation for Latinos. I mean, that's in front of and behind the camera. That's definitely my goal and my purpose in producing and directing. But I think that's all part of a greater scheme of making sure our communities loved by everybody. People and Gloria, this was such a gift. Thank you so much for doing this. Thank you. Thank you so much. Let me tell you, what you're doing with this podcast and talking to so many women and so many latinas is something to be applauded. The fact that you've been doing it for three years, you've touched so many people and I've been such a fan of it for so long and I just think you kudos to you and everything you're doing. You're doing it and you're doing it well. Okay, I'm going to get off before I cry. Thank you so much. Thank you as always for listening. Latina Latina is executive produced and owned by Julia Antigua and me, Alicia Menendez, paulina velasco is our producer. Manuela bedoya is our marketing lead, coach and toshiro is our associate sound designer and mix this episode. We love hearing from you and makes our day email us at hola at Latina to Latina dot com, slide into our DMs on Instagram, tweet us at Latino Latina. Check out our merchandise that is on our website, Latina to Latina dot com slash shop, and remember, please subscribe or follow us on radio public Apple podcast, Google podcast, good pods, wherever you are listening right now. Every time you share this pot yes, every time you share an episode every time you leave a review, it helps us to grow as a community..
"longoria" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show
"Is, were you about to refute that? Well, I was looking at the stats and I was surprised and I think you can live with it. I think he's actually under one point per possession in the post. Now granted, I don't know how often that's taking into account like when he's getting doubled, kicked out, et cetera his basically, when I looked at the post up stats, they were not as kind of striking as I thought they would be. And I also think that if you are keeping cat in the post as opposed to the three point line where he's really, really dangerous, I think you still make that tradeoff because I think they're shooting can kind of offset the damage he's capable of doing in the post. It's a fair point I mean this team takes a ton of threes and he's a part of that. Yeah, no, I kind of don't really care what the numbers say. I go by with what I've seen from cat this season and what I've seen when teams go small against them because of course when you're just looking at numbers of course, we're including him against Deandre ayton and it's like that's not what we're doing here. So if you were to go small and put them on roko, that's just a trip to the free throw line, a kick out to a wide open three point shooter or him just go into the hook and it's just it's unstoppable. Also he can get guys in foul trouble too. So I like that matchup for Minnesota. I will say the clippers don't have to go small 'cause they also do have some pretty capable centers. Right, and I don't think I don't think they will. I think that that's a card that you don't need to play right now. They'll go small if they're suddenly down by 17 and the third quarter. That's when you go small. To start out, I think zoo is huge, heart and Stein has been one of the best backup. Probably the best backup big in the league this year. He's in the conversation for sure. You know? Yeah. It's just happening. The heart and stance. Yes, that's a much better way to put it. So they have a ton of options. Like I kind of get why Minnesota is favored though. The crowd is just going to be that's going to be a top 5 atmosphere for the entire season. Minnesota Timberwolves fans are just like, they're rabbit for this. This team does not go to the playoffs, basically ever. And to have a win, I know this isn't a winner go home, but this is a win or have to play the Phoenix Suns in round one. And I think that Minnesota, if they were to win, especially convincingly, they would have some confidence going up against some interest grizzlies. I'm not saying that they'll win that series, but we talked about it. We both want to see that series. Yes, so a part of me is rooting slightly for Minnesota to win this because that would be a fascinating matchup, but beyond like, I'm trying to think necessarily would bother Paul George defensively on Minnesota's roster. And I feel like he can eat. I feel like this could be a big Paul, George game, and that's tough. This could just be a classic. What's so fascinating about the plane is like the best player on the better team or the team that has the better player is I would say we don't have a lot of data here to support this. What am I about to say? But that seems probably going to win more times than not. And I guess it's just like zooming out and asking a very random question, but like, who's better? Paul George or Carla that he tans? I don't know. The answer to that question. Well, it's interesting because when they play each other, I think you'd want George because of his versatility, right? Like he's someone who could guard one through four and some centers in the league, the thing is in this matchup, it's kind of tricky because, you know, when George is your best player, but it's also like, in most nights, a reason why you want him is because he can also neutralize the other team's best player. He can't really do that in a matchup with Kat. So it makes it very interesting in this game because I think in a vacuum, I'd rather have PhD, but in this matchup, I think that they can, they don't cancel each other out. They're just occupying different areas of the court. You know, the one reason why I think the clips might go small for such as you mentioned, who can slow down Paul George, I just think the clippers best asset is like just the stupid amount of talent they have on the wing. Like it's really crazy. We mentioned the three point shooting. I mean, that is Minnesota's weakness at the same time. So I just think it's gonna be really interesting. I'm with you like the crowd's gonna be nuts and something I don't think Minnesota can win. I think it's gonna be a really good game. I think Minnesota is fourth in net ratings since January 1st. Something wild. They're a really impressive basketball team. We all know about their starting 5. And pat Beverly is, you know, he's going up against his former team, I'm sure he'll be on his absolute best behavior and not try to get under anybody's skin or anything like that. So it's going to be a really fun game. Who are you picking for this one? I think I'm gonna go with the Clippers. Wow, okay. I don't think that's crazy because I think this is a coin flip game, to be honest. I'm gonna pick the Timberwolves. You're the one who's been telling me all season long the clippers are gonna win the title. And now you gotta. That's okay. The road there is just gonna be really hard, but I'm not giving up on them. I have my cake and eat it too. Ty lue and moments like these as well. So yeah, I'm going with the Clippers. I've been a metro station manager for 20 years. People need to know we're ready for them. That means keeping everyone safe. Right now, the focus is on trains and COVID precautions. Rioters and employees wear masks. All buses and trains have improved air filtration. And we're working hard to get all our trains back on the track. My name is Jeff doubt. I'm doing my part to keep the D.C. area moving. I am evil Longoria, and I am so excited to share my new podcast with you. It's called connections. With me, Eva Longoria. Now, you may know me as an actress, producer, director of humanitarian. And now I'm adding podcaster to the list. You know, over the last couple of years, I feel like we've lost so many connections. And everyone's talking about going back to normal. Well, I don't want to go back to normal. I want to connect better. I'm talking to the smartest people I know, Friends, and experts and all different categories to talk about our most important connections. And how to make them stronger. How should we connect with our partners? Our kids, money, politics, food, jobs, news, spirituality, sex. How can we connect better with ourselves? Listen to connections with evil and Gloria as part of the Michael Terra podcast network available on the iHeartRadio app, Apple.
Tatis Hits 39th HR, Padres Beat Giants 7-4 to Gain on Cards
"Fernando tatis said his National League leading thirty ninth home run in the Padres improved their playoff position with the seven four win over the giants Tommy famine Manny Machado each drove in two runs manager Jayce tingler team scored sixteen runs in the last two games of the series anytime you have a big group of guys that are maybe in a in a in a cold spell your you're also with the capability of quite a few guys get hot together and end up you know for two days swung the bat very well the outcome puts the Padres a half game behind the cardinals for the second NL wild card the giants lead in the NL west is down to just one game over the Dodgers Evan Longoria homered for San Francisco I'm the ferry
Giants Clinch Playoff Spot, Thump Padres 9-1 for 8th in Row
"The giants clinched a playoff berth for the first time since twenty sixteen after they bought the Padres nine to one Tommy was still with the lead off Homer want we junior with an RBI triple and this is Evan Longoria whose three run Homer capped off a five run first inning we have to continue to go out there and do what we've been doing I mean we know that the doctors are just gonna okay it's you know it's a championship caliber team we've been seeing it all year I mean I think it's good that we don't have to play anymore for the for the rest of the regular season meanwhile the Padres have lost four in a row and five of their last six games you Darvish took the loss he was shelled for eight hits and six runs in four innings Ryan Leon San Francisco
Bryant Cheered in Wrigley Return, Giants Win 5th in Row
"The giants are in their fifth straight win by downing the cubs six to one in Chicago Evan Longoria and Brandon belt homered on a day when Kris Bryant received a pair of standing ovations in his return to Wrigley Field for started my career here I don't know if I could have ever dreamed up by having that type of reception the fans welcomed me back like that definitely something that is one of the highlights of my career so far Bryant went over three with a walk a run scored in two strikeouts than Korea broke a one one tie with a two run Homer in the seventh belt added a two run blast later in the inning cubs rookie Frank Swindell homered for the twelfth time in his last eleven games the giants improved to a major league best ninety one in fifty I'm Dave Ferrie
Giants Get 4 in 9th to Beat Rockies; 1st Team With 90 Wins
"The giants are forty games over five hundred after putting together a four run nineteen to seven four victory at Colorado the Rockies lead for three until lamonte Wade junior lined a two run single and scored on Evan Longoria's two run double Brandon Crawford homered and branded delta three hits for the NL west leaders who were the first major league team with ninety wins Tyler Rogers help San Francisco get its fourth straight victory working a scoreless eighth to move to six and one Carlos Estevez took the loss at least Diaz doubled twice to put the Rockies ahead for three with a sixteenth home run I'm the ferry
"longoria" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Longoria, You can't make me you cannot make me do traffic anymore. I heard that sound. I was like, uh, 75 north beyond Like Pavlov's dog. Welcome back to Atlanta's news to talk with Mark. I'm going to try to have some fun, but obviously, if there's any big traffic, weather or news stories, we'll let you know about it. Media, including this story. That Chris Chandler popped in my lap at four o'clock. Lenox Mall, starting at the end of the month, is now going to have underage kids 18 and under they have to show up at the mall with a parent. Over the age of 21 an adult over the age of 21 after three p.m.. I mean, we've covered horrible stories. Atlantic small for For months years, Longoria and I never thought it was teens, right? It's always like no. I always thought it was older. Yeah, like mid twenties. Yeah, like mid twenties that are the chaperones. Exactly. They should be accompanied by a senior. If you're between if you're between 20 want grandmother? Yeah. If you're between 21 29, you have to be accompanied by a senior. That makes more sense will reach out to a D. C. Try to get more details on that. Uh, four or 487207 51 800 ws. We talk. Shane Eby was filling in for low T Chuck today said he had a call or say that this uh you know, adult supervision role has been in place at Arbor Place Mall. Out on the West side for a while. So if anyone knows about that, and how it's worked, I would love to hear from you. 40487207 51 800 WSB talk. Pattie joins us in Lawrenceville. Patty, Welcome to the marketing show. How are you? Sunshine. Thank you. How are you? Mark? I love your show. Thank you. So much for listening. Patti, what's going on? Well, I was calling in reference to the, uh, the pigeons. City birds versus country birds. Yes. Yeah. My father was a member of the American Pigeon Association. For years. There is a way Hold on. There is an American Pigeon Association. There sure is. Oh, my, Oh, my. He was an added member. They have a news bulletin that would go out every so often and it's all around the United States. And my father, I've gone the pigeon shows. Um uh, My father had homing pigeons, rollers, blue bars, yellow checks. I mean, there are pigeons out there. Only thing I know about pigeons is Mike Tyson used to have pigeons. I remember that. You know when he was a champion boxer, So you have some pigeon knowledge. Could these Cumberland mall pigeons survive out in the wild? Do you think Yes. Really. You know what? You know what Mark? I'm going to. I'm going to compare that to you and I going to dairy Queen. Okay. I could survive a dairy queen. Yes. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, the pigeons say that food and of course they're going to go after it. It's an easy, easy prey or what I understood. But if the pigeons are out in the in the North Carolina Mountains, there's no easy prey, so to speak so well, they have the knowledge the inherent knowledge on what to eat and how to survive. Certainly they have their natural instinct. Yeah, and they would go after in a worms or our seeds and so forth. I don't know. After you've had a chicken Caesar wrap. I don't think uh, you know, an inchworm is going to cut the mustard anymore. Oh, it does. All right. You know, their only predator. What one of their predators is a, uh, the the eagle. Well, that, Yeah, That was my next question. If the Hawks and Eagles would would attack the pigeons, Yeah. Yes. He used to let him go out of his pigeon coop. I grew up in pigeon coops. He would let him out and they would come back and he'd be watching for an eagle. Okay. Or a heart. Well, you know what? I didn't see any. Oh, you know what? I did see a hawk on Sanjay's Waffle House menu of birds. So the pigeons pigeons might I gotta get Sandra to send me a picture of that, Patti. Thank you for the information, So it's such a pleasure to have you on the show. Thank you so much more. Take care, Patty. Appreciate it. Um, I still don't think I I trust Patti's thing. But these fat Cumberland mall pigeons they wouldn't last a day up in the mountains. They they couldn't maybe a day. Jay's in Cleveland J. Welcome to the show. How are you, sir? I'm doing good. How are you doing today? I'm living the dream, my friend. What's cooking? So I was thinking about this bird situation, So I'm in the mountains. I live in the mountains. But, uh, you know, I'm not a bird expert by no way shape, form or fashion. But you're a mountain guy. You're a mountain guy. That's that's good. I do live in the mouth. Yeah, but I don't know. I learned in school that birds migrate all the time, even pigeons. I mean, I don't know. I mean, different birds migrate. I don't know if pigeons do but your your your statement was Could the yellow Finch living in the city? Yeah. So Um, yeah, It wasn't necessarily just about the pigeons. Your question. I didn't think Yeah. No. Can the country birds survive in the city, So I don't know because, like I could probably moved to the city and survived. Pretty.
La Stella, Longoria Connect, Back Latest Webb Win for Giants
"Logan Webb pitched a career high seven and a third innings pitched gathering seven hits and two runs striking out eight as the giants beat the Mets three to two they're pretty aggressive team so I think it's if I can kind of match data aggressiveness get some quick outs and that's what this whole game plan going in and it all worked out when I was not allowed more than two earned runs in each of his last eleven outings Thomas still hit a two run Homer to right center in the first inning Evan Longoria who had three hits added a solo Homer in the seventh which proved to be the difference Marcus Stroman took the loss for New York we pitched a solid seven innings giving up five hits and three runs with nine strikeouts Riley on San Francisco
"longoria" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia
"So which has led you to this journey and conservation and philanthropy and giving back Which i always love to see on your feet and learn about what. You're doing there so Can you maybe talk a little bit. Maybe about the work that you do through trinity. Oaks is executive director. And what's involved with your organization. What you guys are doing there and and how you do what you do. Absolutely so Through my company rock environmental. I run Trinity oaks which is a nonprofit. Thanks to san antonio they work with basically a people of financial need that do not have access to the outdoors so in texas ninety. Six percent of the state is privately-owned. So if you do not have a lease or lambda or relationship with land owner. You don't have access to very much hunting and fishing on everything is very privatized which is good and bad You have a tremendous hunting community and commercial aspect. But you don't have the access to people who can't afford to do it. So with trinity oaks. We bring veterans first responders terminally ill underprivileged youth anyone and everyone Who needs outdoor experiences in coop benefit from it hundred percent free of charge. So that's how trivia folks works in his again tying into the emotional internal sides of of the outdoors through active participation crates these opportunities that are healing in life changing for so many people and so what. What kind of activities like you're connected with the outdoors. But i think you know it sounds like there is hunting there is What sort of activities are involved in. That is exclusively like hunting opportunities. Are there other aspects to it. Bread or what's involve hunting fishing Sporting clays skeet shooting a three d archery range rifle handguns game. Viewing we have Area where we've often found arrowheads. So we take those out to some archaeological sites talk about land in the land use The the ranch that turning x has it's called the attack ratchets in eight cell. It's about two thousand acres and right now we're working to put a conservation easement on it and make sure that it's accessible in there for for future generations just kind of the same thing of being an all inclusive hunting and fishing outdoor destination. It's fantastic and it looks. I had a quick look at trinity oaks. And all the things that you guys were doing it. Sounds like you got a lot of events and there's been thousands of people through. Is that correct like am. I reading that writer. I that's huge like to move that many people through and and have that much impact on on people. Yes it's it. It really is amazing because you can have a one day youth event while we call it. H two o. Adventure camps in for instance weather be foundation Internationalised is the big title sponsor. I may help us do these. Events throughout the state through one event which gives kiddos a taste of shooting fishing so sheeting as an with a twenty two rifle as well as the shotgun a fire starting basic a wilderness first aid outdoor cooking and then some other little things like collaring in whitetail rattling stuff like that We'll we'll have one hundred and fifty kids go through the program in a day so you multiply that by fifty two weeks a year and then all the veterans first responder programs that we have Generally we have two or three programs happening her her weekend And it just goes goes goes so it's incredible network of volunteers and other land owners that donate their their properties their excess game. So it's a quite quite a big network. Authentically will congratulations on that. Such a great program and it'd be great if we could just get that all across north america if every community was doing that it was certainly chain perspective on being connected to land base You know us as Using the lambaste sella's hunters anglers at. I think there'd be a lot more respect for what we're doing and they had to have a better understanding if we could get everyone involved in that capacity right so even if it's just a sampling the people don't have to all become hunters but if they have an understanding our respective of who we are the not scrape because we don't want to convert everyone. I mean that's just impossible but if we can give these little samplings to people's of they say okay we're not these blood thirsty killers running around with automatic weapons now guys. We fill the freezers. We love our families. This news a wonderful To do together so brett No conversation with you is ever complete without touching on the fantastic work. Your family's done in specifically your dad. Joe haas murray's You know created such a legacy as the first president of the foundation. I think he served there for seven years. He served on the board of directors says the corporate treasurer in president You know hall of fame winner with has done so much work in the conservation community Do mytalk talking a little bit about your dad the legacy. He's left the impact he's had on your life and maybe touch on what you're most proud of of what he's left behind and just touch on that forest place. We have another hour. He's awesome now. I mean it's it's like he his his love after retiring he never he retired from the corporate world. But w went straight into the nonprofit world just dove right in and that was his his whole whole world he was he also worked with pheasants forever quail forever on their board and so his love of giving back from a philanthropic standpoint is definitely a very important aspect of what i do and to be able to love what you do for work and have it not feel at all like work is also wonderful so for for what gad did with you rounding up the troops in the field and the kind of the grass root level of working with biologists and taking the time to understand what the impact is from a community level whether he was in two gecas. Stan counting marco polo liam's or working with the okavango delta river system to be able to figure out what concession areas are best for hunting.
"longoria" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia
"Hello steve god it's hot it is the throws a summer here and Yeah it's all in july yet like what's the temperature down there thirties. Yeah it's it's thirty eight is what it was saying yesterday. I've never actually seen it where i live. I've never seen it about thirty. And it was saying thirty eight yesterday. Felt like the day so we just. It says thirty six here in. It's just noon. And the like i was saying in the podcast to brett that we can get minus forty in in the winter. So this is crazy. We're going to have an eighty eighty degree temperature swing in of course of the year. It's i feel sorry for those people in lytton that were forty. Six degrees hottest temperature ever recorded in canada. That's nuts crazy. Yeah absolutely So great episode here with the the one and only brit longoria in the heat of controversy. The anti community loves to hater She's done a great job of telling her story telling her why. And she talks about this on. This podcast really enjoyed. Sit down with our very articulate and just a great. Listen to to you know the work that brits doing an end. Her story Such such a neat lady. I reached out to her a couple months ago on instagram. And said hey would you consider it. And she being under attack by antes was was a little guarded so got to kind of develop a relationship in. We've we made it work. And i think this episode is incredible. Just such a knee lady to listen to speak left. Yeah absolutely so Yeah we'd love to hear your feedback on it to our listeners. And just a point here we've We had some audio issues in the last one. We got some feedback Our talk talk is sheep. The taxidermy one with rac master So up platforms here. We're trying this out. This is our first one with our new platform. So just give us some feedback on if you like it better if you like it worse just how the audio is trying some different stuff. You're trying to get a right for you guys and we appreciate everything. Yeah you know when we get this feedback we try and get it right for you so Love to hear from me regarding the audio quality on this one and then also let us know what your thoughts are. On brits comments sees great to listen to and just tell such a great story and Really enjoyed this chat with her off the athlete. I said this is certainly with one of my favorites and Truly thankful for her spending an hour per time to To chat with us awesome so episode. Thirty five brit. Longoria enjoy the listen. If you looked up the words conservation superhero in the dictionary. You would see a picture of our friend homered from precision optics a tireless donor and supporter of all things wild sheep precision optics located quinnell. British columbia truly stands alone in alpine from optics. Two rifles to outdoor gear and a knowledge that cannot be surpassed. Toss in that killer smile and you have total conservation. Package precision optics. We are truly thankful for the support you show us every step of the way buying them online at precision dot net or in aroma foods located just off highway ninety seven in cornell bbc. While good afternoon. I guess brit. How's things with you down here in texas fantastic. Thank you so much for coming on the show. Were super excited a stephen. I are both huge fans. We've been following you as have millions of others but just a real honor to have you on. Talk is cheap and we're really excited to dive deep today with a bunch of the things you do. You do such a great job in the conservation community. All the hard work you do there and the legacy that your family's created so we're really excited to touch on that and then you know even one of the things that were really struggling up here in british columbia right now with. Is this whole social licensed staying in the attack from the anti-hunting community and I guess like it or not. You've become the poster child yet you're you know you've you've got this whole group of people that are kinda going after you and you know you're really carrying a lot of of wait for our community and we're we're grateful for the work you're doing you're doing a fantastic job at telling your story really like to dive into that today and talk to you about your you know your struggles and how you sorta ended up in that position like it or not. So yeah that's kind of the baptism by fire for shore. Absolutely but before we go there but you know. I know that you've got a long history with your family and the conservation community in the hunting community. And you know you grew up with it so you know. Do you mind taking us back to your early days. Kind of you know your first as a how you got involved in. I guess in the hunting and and sort of how that was part of your life and how that came about absolutely. I grew up in southern maine. So whitetail ref grouse woodcock kind of country and my father. Joe hoster would take me bird hunting and that was really fun because it was social. It was generally warmer weather. It was watching the dogs work than he says i can do. This is cool. He took me see duck hunting in january on the atlantic coast. And i was like now. This is show uncivilized so hard core. I have so much appreciation for for people. But this is a i don't enjoy and then he took me white shelled. You're hunting and you basically sit in the forest and dad would have a can of sardines or Will thermos of hot chocolate. And i had my little knife and realistic. And we wouldn't see anything in. It was like okay. What's the big deal about hunting because all you do you just under a tree for the day and you don't see anything that's hunting but i don't really. I don't really need to do that often. So my thing was upland burns and that was just great. Social warm weather friendly fun. easy grew up with bird dogs. That was all kind of the the icing on the cake really was going and actually seeing them in the field working was what i just fell in love with so that was kind of my exposure to hunting. Dad would often invite me on his his big game hunting adventures anna's like now i'm gonna. I'm gonna stick with with birds. I don't wanna shoot anything bigger than me. That was always my rule. And i was probably ten eleven and that eliminated a lot of things basically everything so that was how i started hunting and then actually went with my mom down the texas. We had fought a an auction hunt. That was donated. I think it was a father. Son hunted mom audit and i went. So we're like. Hey we're not really the father son duo. But we're here to try it and we got our licenses and we're both super nervous and never had shot anything and we went hunting Actually at the wyoming ranch. And i shot a black lion ram and it felt kind of achey like it was like the thing is standing there. It it didn't even care that we were there like this to me. This is very odd. And i want. Okay let me. I did this. Now let me try something. A little bit more in participation and i hunted a black buck antelope small antelope and that was more of a hunt. We got out reward stocked. We may around reviews. The wind weeded suffering. Like okay. you know. It was a good shot. Everything went as planned. We got the meat shipped back up to maine. We had some taxidermy. John in it was like okay. Well this is fine and that.
MLB Grappling With Unprecedented Spike in Injuries
"Injury news from around baseball. The baltimore orioles place. John means in the ten day injured list with the left shoulder strain sunday. Giants third baseman. Evan longoria will be sidelined for estimated four to six weeks. This is a body blow injury that occurred when he was in a collision with shortstop brandon crawford on sunday houston astros utility man to lead ms d as expected to be sidelined for six to eight weeks after suffering a fractured left hand. When he was hit by a
"longoria" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"Do you stand. Let's say you're on your playing third base. Fernando tatis of the hydrates hits a four hundred eighty foot balm for your guys and decides to flip the bat stare at it. Take about five minutes rolling the bases. Are you pissed. Do you not care. I mean i'm not anymore. You know that's that's just a the way of the game and you know if you wanna talk about unwritten rules like in you wanna be pissed off about something that your mercedes is this europe you want if you want to target him specifically take his first big league run. The guys are rookie. Never been in the big leagues. It's a home run. He backflips pinch. Hit walk through like that should be. If you're talking about unwritten rules you should be more pissed off about that me particularly. I don't care do whatever you want you know i. i think that that's obviously. Would you know the young like we're trying to grow the game. The younger generation. They enjoy that that. That's that's You know what what you see nowadays And you know. I've grown to not care about it you know. I think that's what we're trying to grow it. That's what needs happen. Younger fans enjoy that. You know it's a part of the game now But you know a three ot swing should be the last thing that anybody's worried about. You know i. I don't care anymore. If anybody you know him so homerun or whatever. I think that there should be a bit of an understanding on like timing of it. You know like the bigger the situation. The bigger the pam job. You know kind of thing. If you're down eight to one in the eighth inning hit a home run like you really need to like style on it. That hard like there should be like a little bit of an awareness. There of like ba game situation right. I guess i know how hard it is. Get a home run. And i know that like You know some people wanna enjoy it. No that makes total sense and again this. If you're playing a t if you're if the giants are bait one and a another team it's a home run and he starts style and i mean all you have to do is just point to the scoreboard and that that embarrasses the guy right there basically. I've never understood. Maybe i never understood the throat. A guy is retaliation thing like. What does that accomplish at the end of the day. Like so he hits that home. Run the twins. Throw it on the next day does now you think that guy's never going to celebrate a home run..
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"longoria" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"I think if they win it and have had only nine games. you know. There are other examples historically. And i have this written notes. I don't have in front of me. There are other examples historically of teams that have won championships with minimum. Okay regular season games. And you know shaq kobe. Derek fisher different circumstance. I get it not thrown together at cetera et cetera but nonetheless limited regular season. So you know listen. I don't think there's a professional sports league in the country that doesn't have concerns about viewership than long term viability. Where do we go next. And so you know. I is one that does watch so much. Nba basketball. They don't have to worry about me. I don't think the nfl has one worry now. Have not one worry the nfl basically you know that's true. That's very true. Gotta bring struck from the network. And i feel it hasn't been talked enough talked about enough or maybe i'm just not paying attention and has been but you know this. They had they didn't really have an off-season from the bubble to starting the season because everything was obviously thrown out of whack because of covid Do you think that's having an effect on the lakers. Now on brana they. They obviously won the finals of add to go deep very quick off season. Any lingering effect you thinking. I think it's not a factor i mean. Look at the i. People considered to have top five skills on both ends of the floor. That's anthony davis. Unlisted his injury history you know is what it is And maybe it's because he's a big man at the size and skill level years But you know the source in the achilles they the now growing issue Listen i don't know. And i think the league has some information regarding you know we. We haven't had more soft muscle injuries this year. Relative to last or it is it's negligible or whatever the case may be. Here's what i know unequivocally that when we sat down with coaches and players be obviously all year. Long what i would tell you is and we discussed this. As announced jeans. You could feel the weight of the way. These players coaches had to do this season. It was hard it was hard and it was physically hard and will that play a part ultimately who wins the championship. who knows. i don't know that that's quantifiable. But i would say that the people going through it and you can feel the weight of that now. They are the ones who made the decision right. There were financial implications and they bus chose to do it this way but certainly certainly you can feel what the season felt like from them you can you can hear and read it in their comments going to search before we wrap up but you mentioned social media earlier do you. Do you actually check it. Because i always. I'm always surprised when anyone who's played by player. Colored checks their social media. Because we're all. I can't speak for everybody on twitter I try not to necessarily look. I have seen some really hysterical things some mean-spirited things over the years. I as i've said a million times. I'm social media wasn't around when i was younger announcer 'cause i couldn't take it You know somebody recently said Something like some. Sometimes doris look seventy and sometimes she looks forty. I thought is that person related to make. That's exactly how i feel. Show do i check it out. I'm aware of it. i'm not like scrolling through reading every single thing for sure is good..
"longoria" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"Year was only on radio on next couple. Maybe two or three on as the analyst for the new york liberty but yet nineteen. Ninety-one was the first time i called the game on on. Espn may it will. I'm sure i'm sure and you know you've been part of the files team now for several years and you know i remember last year. I didn't look this up. I'm just thinking off. The i remember last year when the nba final started writing something. About how the breen. Jackson van gundy team think might be might have called now more. Nba finals than any other team by. It's amazing how long they've done it. You've been a part of it for a while. Is the ultimate goal few though to be at the table as the analyst doing the nba. Finals is that the ultimate goal. Well first of all. Like i started in this business in it's almost laughable to me if you could have seen me as a college student. Painfully shy The idea that i'd be an announcer is almost just. It's it's absurd to me. So i've never had a goal in my life and i said this a couple of years ago rachel took over for may and i moved to the radio last year. The finals it was an absolute privilege To be with what. I believed to be the best announced team. Sports like the moments mark. Jeff might have been fortunate enough to all The step years will brown years. It's really it is it was. It was an absolute privilege to be a part of that team. No and i said the couple of years ago. If i buy remain exactly where i am for the rest of my career. How lucky will. I have been sincerely call nba basketball. I picked up a ball at seven years of age at indian hill park in madison new jersey and i have never put it down playing at coaching it or watching it. Since i was seven. Do you feel any pressure is not the right word. I'm trying to think what the right word is. But if you did get to that day where you were an analyst on on an nba finals. You'd be the first woman to do it. I've done it on radio for television. I'm talking about for television. Television pressure is not the right word. But d- feel like that's something that if you would like to do in order to sort of break that glass ceiling that like they say or would that. Do you think could then open the path to you know this is not something. That's unusual now in women could do this job or does not not part of your sort of mindset on that definitely not part of my mindset and and i've said this often jimmy i mean this sincerely if people say they're pressured i a slight level of anxiety Because i'm not gonna screw up right. Because if i screw up do i heard the woman behind me. So there's a little bit of anxiety there. But i'd never like been perfect. It's not as though i'm a mistake. Free broadcast. I don't think anybody is and so But no i. I never you know said i want exposition live position. I'ma oxide this also many times forgive people who talk about this. Like i'm a believer in durant providence. Like way of getting you where you're supposed to be. I think there's a proverb that says something like you know you have nothing..
"longoria" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"About being around all those people in or do you just go in do your job. And that's it. no. I mean you know. Prior to vaccination there were episodically. We would travel over the course of the winter. But i have to say espn and the nba did such a great job of sort of place high enough up. Plexiglass between us you know you. Do you have to live in. You have to continue to do your job. And a variety of circumstances. And it's not as though we're frontline workers right. We are so well protected Show prior to being fully vacs to slight anxiety but now No and now. I'm finding myself. I went to the grocery store this morning. And i forgot a mask and i saw the sign of food. Something like you know if you double ax. You don't need it was interesting to me is so many people inside. Were still wearing masks. I almost felt guilty or is running for two things. I didn't run back out. I can feel it. I can feel it to move in. I part of me wishes. You didn't bring this up. Because i am obsessed with the whole mass. No mass situation that we're in right now. 'cause when this week with every store has a different role in my. I'm driving my friends crazy. 'cause i text them at every store i go in with what the policy is and where it's crazy because i i texted a buddy of mine. Who lives out in yesterday. And i was at a bunch of stores yesterday i would say here on long island nassau county. Ninety nine percent of the people are still wearing masks in stores and my friend back who's in denver and he said ninety nine percent of the people where he is or not. It's amazing how every area is so different on all this you know and i feel bad for the people who work in the stores because someone one store said you know the policy is like if you're vaccinated..
"longoria" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"But if you know if you saw the videos of the past year you know the quote unquote karen videos and people getting mad. If they're being asked to wear a mask and now they're being let back into public places with people. And i just think i don't. I wish i could see this as just being okay. We had a bad week here in the nba. I think this just keeps going and that. That's what i think like you said. I don't know what the answer is. But the commissioners are someone's got to figure something out because it's not going to get better. I don't think. But hopefully this. Because i yesterday was assured of a busy day. Assume i didn't have time to follow up but someone mentioned to me that the charge against the gentlemen in boston who through the water bottle was quite significant assaults and with a heavy penalty relative to what what he was charged with end. Honestly you know there's only two deterrent sometimes one of pocketbooks right affect people's money. That's one way but then obviously legal legal troubles could be a second way. And maybe it's just about giving the harshest penalty possible and you can say it's relative well for popcorn whatever. Don't behave that way. Simple amazon right right. That's that's you know people saying the popcorn's not a big deal or kyrie had a coming just again does not the way you're supposed to behave. It's not people adding way too much into it. It's a very black and white thing. I think you behave a certain way. And that's no gray here. Just me. I do want to talk basketball stuff. But since we've sort of. I've mentioned this also i think stems from you. One of the first. I think like sports media people who came out publicly. You had a year ago end of march and carp street who is a colleague of yours at espn. He said yesterday he went on twitter and said he still five months after having it can't taste or smell anything and i think one thing that has if you're paying attention if you know anything it's everyone's experience with covid seems to be different What was yours like any lingering effects and you know you come up on a year of it and eat thoughts about you know scaring was. Let's interesting had listened to the comments of jason tatum. Awhile back and then there was Revisited recently and i had communicated to brad stevens that Normal fifty five year old right and nine months down. So i was in the bubble jimmy instill experiencing symptoms to the point where You know we were in that hotel for eighty seven days. It was a long time. Espn was great to a stay with to run around and get some things from the grocery store and even mine. now. I had been back to normal. You know exercising doing all the normal things that a person does after kobe. But it's i had met the runner And i had a client two sets of stairs to get there and he said why..
"longoria" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"Just gonna say that that you know it's bad call or know that that's a i. My personal bill to i think is just telling them like that. It's outside burry are low. Like when i know for sure i'll just tell them like right out like that fall is outside not even close And then go back to doug on. Hold them right. You know you feel like you're you're right when you're on your That right now. Obviously you're going to be a little biased here because you're hitter. But now we've got this whole thing with the pitcher scuffing the ball and using illegal substances foreign substances ever. You wanna call it. Do you think it's being done more now than ever. Do you think people just talking about it and it's always been done sort of the same amount i think. I think it's being done the same amount but i think what the big issue is is. The substances that are being used are better. Write this down right. Yeah this is what i'm curious about. Break this down for me. And i think and listen. I'm not a pitcher. Like you said. I have dougie exactly what's being used but i mean i can tell you that like if you look at the numbers like the spin rates are higher than they've ever been by unknown guys making jumps from you know. I think it's probably physically possible to like you know. Make a hundred or two hundred. Rpm jump you know based on like maybe mechanics or like you know figure out how to hold the ball differently or good pitching coach or whatever but like some of the jumps that we're seeing and spin rate Are like through the roof. You know guys just and you know. The i think the the scientific analysis of it or like the You know the the reason why becomes incrementally more difficult to hey guys when they spin the ball is because everything like a fast array when it's spinning the same it every pitch look the same so like if you can throw a basketball at at you know twenty eight hundred rpm and a breaking ball eight hundred.
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"I don't i don't know like you know there's there's some situations that i think that like there should be an understanding that it's just like maybe not the right thing to do You know we're talking about last night like in. It's an eight to one game in the eighth inning and our game You guide Not just jared walsh. Jared walsh's hitting big big left handed hitter. Everybody shifted over. You know and let's just say for sake of the argument. Jared walsh is hitting you know to ten like he's not he's raking like whatever let's just say sitting and the guy wants to get a base hit of eight to one in a like who's to say that like he can't like dragged on and try and get on you know like we're all everybody's playing for money your contract you know like whatever to stay in the big leagues like at you know. Give any example. You want in rural. Say that that's you know you shouldn't do that right. Like that's just not something you do now. I probably agree and that situation. But like on the flip side of it is i if we don't want to give him a basic then. Why should we be allowed to ship right. Like you're you're giving up half of the field and maybe that's the easiest way for him to get on. You know raises average. Whatever so. i think that there's certain situations like i kinda.
"longoria" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"He would come on during the season while he's got stuff going on giants third baseman having a good year. Evan longoria. Evan has it gone new. Thanks for having me on i had. I've been dying to talk to a player about the unwritten rules fiasco. That's been going on and obviously couple of weeks ago at all went crazy with the white sox and your great guy to have on about this. Your veteran been around the game for awhile and respected before we get. You're having a. You're having a nice little season here at thirty five years old in baseball. That's like you know. I haven't age nine home runs. Twenty nine is pretty good Yeah man i You know. I think a lot of the credit Well at least some of the credit. I'll some of the some of the credit goes to Are hitting coaches the change in philosophy that we've had You know some of the the conversations that I've had with them in terms. Of you know i i think my exit my average extra glossy was pretty good last year. It's just. I wasn't hitting the ball in the air. And so you know it's like easy to talk about Bad but you know. Some of the swing changes that. I made in the offseason coming into this season. I.
"longoria" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"I'm sure there's concern at the executive level but to me the idea. That announcer cares. Like like jimmy idea. I i don't i. I don't want to imply that. I think you care who wins. I think as a company. You want the lakers. Lebron there for ratings storylines and excitement. That's me like ratings. Point has never crossed. My mind went on the air. And here's act like lebron jimmy. Lebron is leaving at some point. I know he and tom brady and you too high. What's the balance of a normal eight which retirement sets in but the fact of the matter is he's going to leave at some point and we need you know. The league needs other stars to start gaining some traction. So whenever that happens it happens and we're not control of it shows. You know listen. The guy's been absolutely brilliant. You know still as a conversation piece. Look what happened last night. When he walked out of the building early people went absolutely ballistic. It's a you know it's it's everywhere it's on tv. It's on on social media. But at some point he will retire. The a lot of fun when that happens i to say it's been a fun ride with him fun ride. I appreciate it end Enjoy the rest of the playoffs. And thanks for on. You gotta jimmy. Thanks take care. How are you going to make up for lost time this year reading nine with family seeing old friends. How about doing over your birthday last year. No one could celebrate their birthday the way they truly wanted. This is not the year for an ordinary birthday and definitely not an ordinary cakes. Whether your birthday your mom's birthday or your best friend's birthday make an extra special this year and make it a milk bar. Birthday milk bar is new. York city bakery founded by award-winning pastry chef. Christina tosi perhaps you visited one of milk bars bakeries or seen them on the netflix documentary chefs table. And they've been on your bucket list. Try now wherever you are..
"longoria" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"That's not something you'd wanna like. When you're game is over you go back to the hotel and you wanna unwind. That's not what you should watch. You know that you got to pay attention to every little split-second of that so it's a little more difficult. Do you have a favorite arena to be in for a game. Well i mean you know. And i think. Tnt made this point last night. Just just how good madison square garden. I've said for years people probably disagree. Member. i'm shaded because of where. I grew up new york niches. I just think when the knicks are good It makes a difference in the nba. In i could be crazy on but that place is really really special. Golden state i in that run in and it was loud. It was so so so loud. Wash angeles lakers are a lot of fun. You know you can feel the energy especially when they're good stars around that's the funk lace Do you ever do you ever. I mean obviously this will have to be pre covid. But do you have any stories about your at staples. Doing a lakers game and one of the celebs is trying to talk to you or me. You know you have a thing with about someone you know jack say like hey dr is. How's it going. No i've always wanted to say to jack. He and i share the same high school. Jack went to madison high school in the jersey shore. And i've never had that opportunity to To say it because you know. It's funny when los angeles last titles You know i was relatively new to the sideline -sition. So i i didn't have time nor did i have the confidence to be going up to the jets at that moment but yeah always stay bringing. We're both men swan warriors here. That would lead to a good conversation. He last thing. I'm just curious about doing sideline give me when you did sidelines. And now doing the color for the game. What is the most difficult thing about each. The sideline is probably An- it's funny. I hold the first time. I did sideline so while ago. I didn't. I didn't have any experience my call to people i called altro i called. Michelle mccoy Both were extremely helpful. And i'll never forget without trout He said dr. So they're going to be nights. Where you get off the air as sideline reporter near going to feel really good about what you did that you helped. Elevate the experience for the viewer. And you're gonna feel like you participated and it was great because there's going to be far more nights where you get off the air and you think to myself. Oh my god. They paid me to do that. You prepare the same way as the the analyst in the play by play but the fact of the matter is gain dictates whether or not you get into the show. Or sometimes it may be the producer philosophic we believe the role. Maybe who knows. There's a million things that may contribute to. What's your impetus the sideline reporter. So you have to be prepared to leave a lot of stories in your pocket. The analyst role on.
"longoria" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"The people going through stories and you can feel the weight of that now. They are the ones who made the decision right. There were financial implications and they bus chose to do it this way but certainly certainly you can feel what the season felt like from them you can you can hear it and read it in their comments going to gears before we wrap up you mentioned social media earlier do you. Do you actually check it. Because i i always. I'm always surprised when anyone who's played by player. Color checks their social media. Because we're all well. I can't speak for everybody on twitter I try not to necessarily look. I have seen some really hysterical things some mean-spirited things over the years. I as i've said a million times. I'm glad social media wasn't around when i was younger announced it because i couldn't have taken it You know somebody recently said something. Like sometimes dora's look seventy and sometimes she looks forty nine bucks. Is that person related make. That's exactly how i feel. So do i check it. I'm aware of it. i'm not like scrolling through reading. Every single thing for sure is good. It be vicious i was looking. I follow you and i was. You're not afraid to though you know thrown opinion out there that has nothing to do with the nba. Which i which. I love and i like to see. It's very rare to be honest with you. I mean social media for me for the most part is like it's news you know. I'm like everybody house dumb. I'm waiting for for woge to to tweet out what happened with the celtics and And i'll be honest like the one great advantage of it and with society this everything. That's good great advantages. I've read a million articles. i would have never read. Had i not had social media and these reporters don't link their stories and i mean sports perspective but also from a broader societal perspective as well so yeah i like that you know you're not afraid to get out there and you know throw something out there that people may not like that's key can't please everybody so You definitely can't say all of us. You know the one thing we want. Maybe it's to be fought confident at our jobs. And it's it's it's a much better feeling to be liked and disliked. Everybody knows that. And but nobody's liked on social media that no no. That's the problem. It's not a friendly place yano during the season especially now with the playoffs going on. Do you get any downtime for yourself like in you. Binge something on netflix. Can you read a book or is it constant. Mba twenty four seven. Yeah i'm a binge watcher when the season is over i can sit in some things I'll watch the documentary on the c- I'm gonna blank on. It's on netflix was exceptional. I mean actually exceptional. I did feast on bridgeton over the winter. Sometimes there is nights You know if. I'm not working. I'm usually watch him one east coast west coast but there's nights were i'm dislike. I can't watch it. I i ki- right right right or a power. I got into richardson. And then that would lead to very late nights. I might ask them watching the west coast. Yeah i would imagine like you know the big show. The last couple of weeks. I got into his mayor of east town on. Hbo misery old. I haven't seen it yet but my daughter told me about it. Yeah it's not an easy..
Cheetos Star Is a Flaming Hot Liar
"This story was originally spread by the guy Richard montanez, who's told this story for the last decade about how he invented flaming hot Cheetos. And the world has been eating it up. And if you haven't heard the story, look, the guy was working as a janitor at Frito lay and Rancho cook among at the plant out here in California. And he dreamed up this chili covered Cheeto. And his version of the story is he believed enough in himself to call up the chief executive to pitch his idea. And, you know, people tried to sabotage it, he said, but he said he out hustled him. Because he had a hundred to succeed. And of course, flaming hots became a runaway hit, and montez, rose through the ranks, and became this icon. He had a lot of speaking engagements, the guy has a lot of, what's the word? A lot of pizazz, and it's easy to see why this story is taken off. The road is charisma. It's got some charisma. And he tells this story of a Mexican American underdog who conquered the corporate world. I was a rag to riches story. People love that shit. Problem is it's not true. That's not true. And I told this story because it's becoming a Hollywood movie. And I thought, wow, this is fun. This is a really fun story. What a great no, it's all bullshit. It's all bullshit. Believe this? So this guy basically built this second career out of telling and selling this story. And he would get fees of ten grand or 50 grand per speaking engagement. He wrote a book called flamin hot the incredible true story of one man's rise from janitor to top executive. It's coming out in June. I didn't publish it himself. Random House is publishing it. There's a biography based on his life that's gonna be directed by Ava Longoria, produced by the super producer Devon Franklin. They're filming this summer. I mean, the book and the movie, there were bidding wars for this shit. And none of it's true. He didn't invent flaming hot Cheetos. The people at Frito lay said none of our records show that Richard was involved in any capacity in the flaming hot test market. We've interviewed multiple personnel who were involved in a test market and all of them indicate that Richard was not involved in any capacity in this market. It doesn't mean we don't celebrate Richard, but the facts do not support this urban
Ojibwe Historian Discusses the Problem With America's National Parks
"This week. A conversation between tracy hunt and david troyer about how to make america's best idea better. I'm julie longoria. This is the experiment. A show about our unfinished country. David grew up on the leech. Lake reservation in northern minnesota. It's near what they call the mississippi headwaters region and it's about one hundred miles from the border with canada. The border lakes are basically how we travel and have traveled for centuries for generations. Native people would use these waters to visit each other and trade among different villages. It's basically a highway a watery highway and when he was growing up a new national park called voyagers was opening up right near there. Basically the part was plopped down in our yard. And david says that's the way a lot of national parks were created all throughout history. You know i think. Many americans imagine these national parks are made out of these. Untouched pristine natural landscapes. That's not true. People were living there. I like glacier. National park was established. Exactly a black homelands and the black feet reservation. Boundary was pushed off of what became glacier so they took the land directly away from black. Beat the black. People weren't allowed to hunt or fish or trap or harvest timber or worship within the confines of glacier the parks were set up in such a way as to deprive native people of our homelands and our treaty rights. The parks were just another way of taking. At least from native people.
Democracy As We Know It
"The life of maryland newkirk and on november six twenty twenty after a long battle with cancer. She was fifty six. She survived by her husband three siblings and three kids including her son van. Who's a senior editor at the atlantic. I'm a mom's oldest child. I am required under law to only speak good things when a life comes to an end we the ones who are left behind. We're left with a story a really a bunch of different stories like for van. There were small stories about the way. His mom looked really playing a tie or what she cared about. Walden your church. How she treated people who was an incredibly patient what she struggled with the stress rising off her but he but when van took a minute to pull back to really zoom out on the time line of his mom's life he could see this bigger story about the country. She lived in one of the things. I like to think about is the fact that when she was born it was by no means guaranteed that she would be granted the right to vote and that right to vote would be protected looking back on her life ban sees a story about democracy and it's different than the one he was taught so i was always taught that america was founded explicitly as democracy. You know you go to school. And you're taught that this was the biggest hit in global democracy since the athenians but really to me. I have been more and more convinced that the only true phase of what might even be somewhat called. Democracy in america has been america's voting writer and my mother has seen every single day van says contrary to what you might have been told real. Democracy in america hasn't been here that long. It's only been here for fifty six years this week. Van newkirk tells the short story of democracy by taking us through the life of the woman who saw the whole thing his mom. I'm julie longoria this experiment. A show about our unfinished country as van tells it his mom was born just one year before our democracy started a mother was born in sixty four. I understand that family. Storytelling often embellished. So you have to work a little bit too well. I've not yet gotten the fact checkers on some of this. But as the story goes a mother was born in greenwood mississippi. She went home in a cardboard box. That is the legend. I believe it's probably one of those. Cardboard bassin has which not that uncommon. But yeah you know they were poor and on the way home you know drove pass headquarters of civil rights organizations staging freedom summer but that's also will be known as the summer of civil rights because of the mississippi freedom summer project it was one of the main flashpoints in the civil rights movement and there were staging it out of headquarters in greenwood mississippi where she was born dan. He say what you want. I say i wanna reddish the vote. A lot of what they were trying to do was to register black people to vote to send into mississippi that stomach upwards of one thousand teachers ministers lawyers and students from all around the country and they did that in part by bringing lots and lots of volunteers. Lots and lots of white volunteers around the country to come down to mississippi. I hope we can reach the lives as many people as possible in idealistic the constitution the bill of rights. And i think it's important for everybody to have these every was met with incredible amounts of violence so about two three weeks after that. My house was five close. Been tony one of rise. Black little beaming. They should expect possibly somebody. She was born in the middle of all this. You know a time. When greenwood was a very contentious place to live for
Stars return to inauguration, with J.Lo, Gaga set to perform
"Among the stars who will help celebrate Joe Biden becoming the nation's 46 president. Others scheduled to appear Wednesday night. The Foo Fighters, even Longoria, Carrie Washington. Tom Hanks will host a prime time special and it was announced earlier that Lady Gaga would sing the national anthem at the swearing in ceremony, and Jennifer Lopez also is expected to perform because of the pandemic. Only a limited number of people are expected to attend the inauguration. It is
Bipartisan Senate Report Shows 2016 Trump, Russia Collusion
"The news Do. You guys remember when the big question on everyone's mind was did donald trump colluded with Russia during the two thousand sixteen campaign remember it was all anyone talked about and then trump lead one, hundred and seventy thousand Americans die on his watch and we moved onto that. Well, it turns out the US. Senate had not completely forgotten about it and yesterday they dropped a bombshell report. A New Senate report says members of the 2016 trump campaign were eager. To accept help from Russia some of a directed personally by Vladimir Putin the Republican led Senate Intelligence Committee releasing its final report declaring two thousand sixteen trump campaign had repeated contacts with Russian operatives, Paul Manafort? The former trump campaign co-chairman. It goes further than the Muller reports saying he was in close touch with a Russian intelligence officer who became a business partner. It says manafort posed a grave counter intelligence threat. The report says he may even have been connected. To Russia's hacking and leaking Hillary Clinton campaign emails, an operation it says was actually directed by Russian. President. Putin. The three year investigation also found that president trump may have misled special counsel Robert Muller One of the other headlines is that this committee actually made criminal referrals in June of last year in two thousand, nineteen to federal prosecutors on the list of referrals, Steve Bannon Jared Kushner, and Donald Trump Junior. That's right. The Republican led Republican led Senate committee. Referred Steve, Bannon, Jared Kushner, and Don Jr. for criminal charges for lying under oath, and this is good news for Eric. When you the least favorite child, you get left out of all the family traditions, even the criminal ones basically, this Senate investigation found that the trump campaign's contacts, with Russia, during the two thousand, sixteen election posed a threat to national security, and the interesting thing about this report is that it's bipartisan with policies agree on the facts but. Each party came to a different conclusion about whether the facts meant that there was no collusion. And I will say it's always weird to see the same set of facts that are interpreted that differently it kind of reminds me of how two different guys will have different stories about how they fight went down you'll. That guy in the face and he was down on the ground lights out man. So Dude, I told that guy get on my face and then I took a nap on the
Natalie Portman among A-listers bringing pro women's soccer team to Los Angeles
"Natalie Portman among those launching women's soccer team in Los Angeles to highlight heroes that are women by an m peterson of the associated, press. Actress Natalie Portman and venture capitalist. Karen, Nordmann lead a group that will bring an expansion national women's Soccer League team to the Los Angeles area in twenty, twenty two. The team tentatively named Angel. City will bring the League to eleven teams. Louisville AFC will join the nine current. NWS L. Clubs next season. Portman. Nordmann are joined by gaming. Entrepreneur Julie Erman. The consortium President in the majority female group others involved include actors, evil Longoria. America Ferrara, Jennifer Garner and Ouzo a Deuba. Tech Entrepreneur and Reddit Co founder Alexis Oh Hainian the husband of tennis star. Serena, Williams is the lead investor through his firm initialized capital. Portman Nordmann and urban all have a financial stake in the team. I think it's so important to have role models and heroes that are women for kids both boys and girls to see, and it's just such an incredible sport in that it really is a team Sport Portman, said in an interview with the Associated Press. You see one woman success, and all the others are cheering her on because one woman success is the whole team's success among the founding group are more than a dozen former players, including mia a ham, Abby Wambach and Julie Foudy. Other female business leaders. Portman said she heard Wambach. A former US national team. Forward speak at a time is up event and started thinking about how female athletes are regarded in society. Then she and Nordmann met Becca Rue, the executive director of the US Women's National Team Players Association. We started going to games, and we just got so into it, and it was just kind of a revolution to see my son and. And his friends, these little eight year, old boys at the time wanting to wear their REPEA-, no jerseys and Alex Morgan Jerseys I was like. Wow, this would be a different world. It wasn't unusual to them at all. Portman said there were hints that the group was coming together last year when Portman Gardner Longoria and other celebrities went to a national team exhibition game at L. AFC stadium before the World Cup. The women also reached out to a local supporters group that has been campaigning to bring a team to Los Angeles. The plan is to bring on additional investors as the team takes shape. We knew that there would be a strong and passionate supporters group here to support this and from there it was about. How do we do this in the right way? How do we do this differently Urman said? The group is partnering with the La Eighty Four Foundation. A nonprofit formed after the nineteen eighty four Los Angeles Olympics that promotes youth sports. Angel City also announced its formal support of the foundations play the fund aimed at helping kids in minority and underserved communities. We believe these players need to be playing on one of the best stages in the world, but we also know that we have the power and the platform and the voice to make a meaningful impact in our community. Erm, said, and so it's important for us to do that from day one in the same way that we are building to put eleven incredible players on the field from day one. The NWS cell, which began play in twenty, thirteen was the first professional team sport to return to action in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic with the challenge. Cup, tournament, in Utah, the semifinals are set for Wednesday. The official name of the Los Angeles Club and where it will play are expected to be announced later this year. The growth trajectory of the NWS L. is incredibly exciting, but we also need to be strategic and thoughtful about how fast we expand and the communities. We partner with and W ESL, commissioner. Lisa Baird said in a statement Tuesday. We've long sought the right partner in L. A. Considering the NWS L. Fan base that already exists in the region and the massive interest in women's soccer in general.
Winfrey, Roberts appear in global virus relief livestream
"Entertainers world leaders and other celebrities get messages of support over the weekend during the twenty four hour call to unite livestream event to inspire people during the corona virus pandemic emerges are loaded with the latest hello blacks as his positive act is to help people with their mortgages and rent Julia Roberts and she's bringing the joy of story time to kids Daniel dae Kim who is recovering from the corona virus says he's donating his plasma I just felt like it was incumbent upon me to do whatever I could the event S. liberties to contribute a song a story or a positive message to counteract the many challenges people are facing during the outbreak stories from people like Naomi Judd quest love Oprah Winfrey eva Longoria and many others are viewable at United dot U. S.
Winfrey, Roberts appear in global virus relief livestream
"So it is hello blacks as his positive act is to help people with their mortgages and rent Julia Roberts and she's bringing the joy of story time to kids Daniel dae Kim who is recovering from the corona virus says he's donating his plasma I just felt like it was incumbent upon me to do whatever I could the event S. liberties to contribute a song a story or a positive message to counteract the many challenges people are facing during the outbreak stories from people like Naomi Judd quest love Oprah Winfrey eva Longoria and many others are viewable at United dot U. S. I marquees are let up
Kemp appoints Georgia coronavirus task force
"Thank god governor camp has introduced a George Acronis task force coronavirus task force joining us with the story I'll R. pal the state capitol reporter Sandra pair Sadie happy Friday how are you buddy I'm great mark how are you excellent so I heard the news driving in today that the year is a official Georgia corona virus task force started by the governor what can you tell us about this so it's an eighteen member task force and it's headed by the state hot medical doctor and the head of the department of community health daughter Kathleen Toomey and it it's pretty much those you expect to get ahead of Jim on there the head of the Georgia National Guard were deterring general I'm you got to have a Grady hospital someone from Emory hospital the GM of Hartsfield Jackson airport so they really tried to pull all of the major resources together and they're looking at the basically assessing George's preparedness and better to me said today that they already have plans in place for any kind of pandemic in so they would just you know I guess you know use that is as a base model and then just go from there she did say will Jordan is not have any cases right now but they have tested in in all of those have had been involved in some sort of travel but none of them have tested positive so far WST capital reporter center pairs to anything the market show at that tension about eleven because Longoria came back from the west coast of the with a cold and you went to doctor longer and they didn't test you do not test me now I'd only Sanders going to call the tax dollars we're gonna pull gonna put thank you listen this lady noted we had a high pollen count days it could be that what it what what is the governor say about about the function of this task force and how it might work in conjunction with whatever is done federally well he he did say he's been a conference coming to he told us earlier this week he himself had been on a conference call with president trump and now vice president Mike pence is heading up like that the national task force inside governor Kim said he's been on the phone with Mike pence today and that is all in any any funding that is needed for for battling any cases here or testing or whatever is it's going to be there at the station not to worry about taking on this financial task that I'm not sure how often the task force will meet that they did meet today at four o'clock at the capital for the first time in those days yeah they they allow the press then just for the credit for the governor just to kind of grief the task force and then the kick everybody out so I couldn't tell you exactly what they discussed other than ways to make sure the state is prepared to handle any case just as a Georgia resident I'm I'm I'm I'm very excited about this I'm glad that the governor is being proactive about this the question I have you know obviously the CDC very central to this whole corona virus stuff and it's here in Atlanta pros and cons of the fact that the CDC is is is in this metro area when it comes to the corona virus well one of those for sure it is testing and doctor to me I mentioned you there is a there's a bunch of states including Georgia they got a bunch of bad testing kids and said there needs became for the manufacture that way and so they've had to get other tests they send them to the CDC themselves obviously it's just you know down the road so it's very convenient and she says it's about a forty five day turnaround but hopefully in the next few days or next next week or so this day will I should be able to conduct those tests themselves I mean it has the advantages I'm sure WSP said repair Sadie thanks so much for joining us enjoy that fresh mountain air this weekend and I will get the very latest from you starting Monday morning on Atlanta's morning news the Scots late I'll be thanks for a great to see yesterday by the way the peach springs going away party it's very nice I said it's great seeing everybody in the west that he was the great Boston no one can say enough what a
Maybe You Should Talk to Someone
"Today. I'm very excited to have Lori gottlieb on the podcast godly a psychotherapist and New York Times bestselling author of. Maybe you should talk to someone which is currently being adapted as a television series with eve. Longoria I think that's how you pronounce her name. In addition to our clinical practice she writes the Atlantic's weekly dear therapist advice column and contributes regularly to the New York Times and many other publications. She's also sought after expert in media such as the today show. Good Morning America the CBS early show CNN and NPR's fresh air worry. This is amazing to talk to you today. Sell excited to have this conversation with you have ever opened up the pike. As we're saying amazing talking to you today it was nice chatting with you too. So this is I really. I really mean it. Your book is terrific it is. I finished it last night. Finally finished last night. I've been like chipping away at it for like a while because life keeps getting in the way so how you wrapped everything up. I was in tears and I can't imagine like how someone could be human and read your book and not be in tears by the by the end of your book. Yeah you know. I really wanted people to have the experience that I had when I was seeing these patients. And so I hope that people feel a lot when they're reading the book. Oh I felt quite a bit it in fact I saw red. I finished the book right before I went to sleep and my dreams last night. We're so weird. I feel like they were like partly tied to. The story is near Book and partly tied to like my mom like I was like. I woke up this morning. I was like mom I miss you. She's still alive. I WanNa see you every day and I'm like where did that come from. I thought I didn't like my mom. Joking JOKING I. I love to hear this. You know I know I know. I love her lower but but I've been trying to put my distance between me and her a little bit because she's a very over protective Jewish mother. But but but just reading your book I just like it made me want to like hold onto time as much as possible. It's always something I've had an issue with anyways like the idea of time passing by has always always been roddick about that ever since. I was actually in counseling. A little kid over that because it freaked me out especially if a ringer book now as well. It's like it's heightened my appreciation of everyone in my life. Yeah I think most people don't think about that until they get to a certain age and You know so in the book I follow these four very different patients and then I'm the fifth patient and they think that woven throughout all of our stories is this question of. How do we want to spend our time? you know. Are we being intentional about how we're spending our time or are we just squandering it away and I hope that You know when you read the book that it made you. It didn't scare you but then it made you be more aware of. What am I doing with my life? It did absolutely it. Didn't scare me no It just made me appreciate Just ahead more gratitude yearbook. Remind your mind me kind of like a modern day or irving all of it. I mean I don't think there's anyone else who's done what he's done before since you You know you know in in terms of being a therapist and writing such compelling stories About their patients. And even you know the X. essential theme of your writing in particular has been an influence on your work. He has definitely I. I read him when I was in medical school at Stanford and he of course was at Stanford and He Can you read it pleasing? Everyone is impossible but pissing everyone off as a piece of cake. I'm absolutely absolutely I. I had a cup I would be drake into that too so I so. I corresponded with him. A little bit and met with him when I was at Stanford briefly and that was a million years ago and then I reconnected with him when I wrote this book and it really nervous giving this book to him Because you know he's such a master at bringing people into the therapy room in a way that universal it doesn't feel like it's about therapy but it feels like it's about the human condition and he was so lovely and such a fan of the book in and I actually was supposed to do an event with him in the bay area when I was on book tour and he became ill and couldn't do the event and his son who's also a psychotherapist. Victor did the event with me. And it meant so much to me to have the yellows you know supporting this absolutely and now you have Kauffman supporting it. You're you're made. I was like the icing on the cake when I got coughing supporting it but no I'm I'm such a big fan of his work as well. I reached out to a couple years ago. I was in San Francisco's like hey can I come over to your house and talk to you. And he's like sure like I spent an afternoon with him and like we talked about so much it turned out. He was friends with the role. May One of my favorite psychotherapists and he was. He was on his deathbed. Yeah will I did. Because Rallo may was was his therapist at one point. Exactly that's exactly. Yeah but he's so generous in that way to say to somebody. Yeah just come over. And and he thinks about the world in a way that I think he tries to encourage everybody else to which is to really consider you know. What do you want to do with your time on this planet? And he talks about these fundamental themes of human existence. And your book is full of those themes. And if you see enough patients you'll just like it's basically like doing a subjective factor analysis non-objective factor houses but subjectively. You start to notice like there's these groupings like these things keep over over. We we all think. We're like so unique. Our problems are so. I'm the only one suffering with guilt. Redemption meaning mortality loneliness. Love but you see enough patients you start to see these themes over and over again. How does that impact sort of your own life and thinking about these teams and how they play on your own life at such a such a great point because they think that we all know that everybody else experiences heartbreak and grief and loss and joy and all of those things but when it happens to us we think that hours particularly unique that no one has experienced it in exactly the same way so you know the book opens with me going through this break up and of course I feel like well you know? It's very specific to me. And I know intellectually that so many other people have experienced something like this but the way that it happened in the play by play that I keep giving by therapists. I really want him to understand my unique experience. And what you see as a therapist is that we're all more the same than we are different and I think that there are so many times that we feel isolated in our experiences because we don't realize how connected our experiences are to everybody else's and I think that when you know the title of the book is maybe you should talk to someone and I don't necessarily mean maybe you should talk to a therapist. I mean maybe we need to talk to each other more because we do feel so alone in our experience in the more that we talk to people and really talk to people. The more will realize that. Oh you know other people have experienced exactly this. We're having this conversation. I was having this conversation students just yesterday. I had a large election hall and I just put up. A poll at students can do anonymously with their with their cell phones. And I just put the question. Are you only and I get yes or no I wanted to do is for them to all see. Just how lonely. Everyone else was in the classroom now. I was praying that I would get a good number on the yes just just to make it worth the point. Although if it wasn't the not actually would be good for good for the students if they weren't really but anyway it came out about thirty. Three percent said yes and I said that's really telling like just think on your campus one out of every three people that you walk past in this campus has the experience of. Im willingly and no one's smiling each other. No one's I'd I'd try and experiment yesterday where I try to smile at everyone that I passed you try. You don't ever try that New York City think nothing is wrong with you. Rain for the mental institution. Yeah you know. It's interesting because they think that no matter what people come in with on there. Is this kind of loneliness in the background. Even if they're surrounded by people even if they you know have families and friends in all of those things I think that we're so disconnected in so many ways that we don't realize how lonely we are just for the simple act of sitting face to face with another person uninterrupted. Like you're doing therapy for fifty minutes. But people don't do that outside because they've got something ping or digging or vibrating ringing and they're always distracted. And there's there's something so Connecting I think and it feels so good to be able to sit with someone face to face in the same physical space. Not mediated by screen or facetime And really just sit there without any interruptions we. We have so few opportunities for that
Swanson, Freeman go back-to-back as Braves beat Giants 9-2
"Asking, I'm going to take you to the next couple hours talking. Giants baseball talking about this game tonight in which the giants lost nine two two nine run seven hit Ciro runs. Sarah errors for the Atlanta Braves too runs six hits one era for the giants Atlanta, Braves winning their twenty seventh game while the giants lost their twenty seven game tough night. Some margin came out pitch beautifully in the first inning. And mostly all his woes in the last couple of starts was in the first inning. You have a hit, but he thought he threw the ball real well and then the second thing that just didn't start off. Right. He went. See when three oh Austin Riley, and then he got a walk from him. He battled back mechanically strikes out and then the ball back to him in which the shift was on longoria was playing more shortstop and no one covers second base. And of course, he threw it, and no one was there. So it kind of screwed up that whole inning and ended up Joyce getting a base hit. And then the pitcher freed ended up getting a ground ball another run. But then it really bottomed out. He struck out Kuna and the pitch was a split finger kind of touched the front of the plate bounce Stover Posey for awhile pitch. And then a home run ball, Swanson and Freeman and literally that was the whole game. And it really came down to a plane which they had to shift on most of the time. Pitchers will look back and know what guys covering the bag and I just don't remember him doing it. Usually see the pitcher point to the guy that's covering then see that. And I don't know. That was a screw up or the shift kinda turned on him after he went to the stretch, but that cost them and mental mistake again. And the giants couldn't catch up, of course. Holland comes in and seventh inning he bottomed out. But again another mental mistake, there Crawford could've turned a double play Salona was lake covering a bag and it only got one out. And of course another home run by a Riley at really opened a game up and, and that pretty much cost them the game with nine runs. So tough game a tough night. But another outstanding pitcher in this young Braves bulbous starting rotation max freed and the bullpen was lights out after that was sore sec Winkler and Tomlin. And they just couldn't catch up too much of a hole in what the giants bats as they are right now. Of free just dynamic game. A young left handed pitcher, threw the ball real. Well, six innings. Four hits only gave up two earned runs. Two walks five ks but going into the last couple of starts that he threw threw very well against Milwaukee six innings to hits northern runs and got the win on that game. And then against Arizona, he went five innings nine hits, three earned runs got the win, and that, so that's three win straight for max free. And that was his seventh win on the year. So they land of race command, take the two out of three and one more game tomorrow, Madison. Bumgarner taken the hill at twelve forty five start Kevin gauze men against him. And Madison's been throwing the ball extremely well, but a lot of powerful right hand hitters in this lineup. The Braves have and just a tough night at the ballpark after the second inning. When you look at some Marga what he did after that second. Any really calm down just through. The ball extremely well after that. He went six innings only giving up for hits two of them were home runs all runs were unearned as the Arabic cost that and it could have been an easy, an ending, right there. He's the kind of double play ball and who knows what would have happened these things happen in a game. And it happened so quickly. And the next thing back to back home runs. And you saw his eyes look out to center field, and he was confused. He he was upset, but coming back after that second and third inning at a nice clean inning for thinning and he pitched well after that, but the damage was done. And when you fall behind like that it's tough to tough to catch up and freed or is this one of the top pitchers? We saw sirocco throw on Monday and these two guys are lights out young talent on the Braves, and you're seeing this come to fashion, as we see the Braves and the Braves are, are definitely battling every day. And the key is, is. The C you know how much they can do damage when they're in the east chasing Philadelphia right now. They're only game and a half out something to look at as the Atlanta Braves of filter through San Francisco right now. And, and watch them. See if they have enough strength to