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"martin dick" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness
"Command head final table chips with sixty people. Left and I saved five percent with martin. Dick nathan that tournament and ended up winning it. Yeah i remember that one tournament yeah. Matinee tros came on the pot. I think matt metros got third. That year i remember watching the wpn like though martin He had like there. Were so many chips in his stack like they hadn't colored up or something there is it was like obscene amount of chips at cool. That is that was. It looks so much better when somebody's got a big pile of chips in front of. Yeah for sure. So that year mark martin. One two point five million. No i dunno. Whatever dr whenever i want it fifty thousand. Yeah so like. I was on like a high that year I it was the first time that i had fifty thousand in a long time Into i mean. I was playing ten twenty and fifteen thirty limit poker still at home. Pay him bills. My early success in ninety nine two thousand and all that money was So that year. I put like fifty thousand the bank and I was getting staked so it wasn't cost me anything to play aunts. That run came about In the main events And it it changed my life. I was thinking about the other day. Grateful i for that year out. Change completely change the past my life. a few cards there was definitely some high volatile situations in that tournament was all in an open straight against the set with one to come but there were a few other types that if you know if my thirty percent or didn't come in my life would be extremely different. Because i don't love poker like like take somebody like day on. The ground loves poker. I don't love poker. I love competing and poker allows me to do that and make a living But unfortunately i don't study I don't talk poker with anybody. How come on interested enough in. It just doesn't interest me. It doesn't there are times. There are times that i do get interested. And i find intriguing people to talk to at You know dig deep into hands. Because i don't dig deep like when i talk about a hand. It's it's different than how other people talk about hands. My main focus is picking on certain players and understanding what stage that person is in the tournament and understanding what that person is trying to accomplish at the time and combating it. In whatever way i see it It's just a weird knack. That i have why i've become pretty successful in live poker Compared to online poker. Because it's like. I don't get to use that like i don't get to use my best asset in its understanding Kind of understanding. I don't yeah. I don't wanna toot my own horn like i just. I have a knack of understanding your body language. Your your mixed with your play. Fix with what you say. And i kind of understand. Am i going to stay away from that person. Or mike and target that person and it's done me well through the years but When i get to talking about a hand with somebody it's like i'm explaining all these things in the person i'm telling like what the fuck you talk to that matters. It makes a lot of sense to me so in in life. Boker you have data points that you can't access playing online and so what you're doing is analyzing those data points in prioritizing them in a way that makes sense with you and for a long time. I've said that like one of our goals as professional players is to understand our opponents strategy better than day understand it themselves. Like if you're planning against a fish you should be able to. You should be able to simulate what they're doing like construct their strategies in your mind and then find the weak points to attack them like. That's really what you're doing when you're attacking the weak players and that sounds exactly like what your process is. You're you're building their strategy out finding figuring out what they're thinking about what they value how they're putting chips in the middle. How the pressures affecting them. And then you're just attacking the weak points in their strategy. I put one way. Yes that's that's part of it But i like to put out put it in this way that like. I can't beat anybody's egg. But i can figure out if you're on your a game instantly and i can figure out ways to attack your game and ways to attack your seagate and it's just i don't know i i always like to the table. Where everybody's on their egg. But i think i'm gonna be able to find out who's the right place to attack and at what time and eventually i'll get lucky enough and catch some good cards and be able to compete with the people that are on there. So let's let's go back a little bit back to wpn in that run. I mean how is it being on. Espn having a cameras. There following you down to the final table and then actually the final table itself. I remember your bust out hand. You pull david. Williams aside little conversation that got picked up and broadcast. It's got that. Hate to skip to that. I but it's like okay. We're playing in the most high pressure situation possible yet. Ochre poker has just moved. Chris moneymaker came along and poker went from. I think there was six or seven hundred people with half of them. Being qualify online bob fires the year before two twenty four hundred people in the main of and i'm sitting there with along the way at had become very friendly with david williamson to this day. David neier still close. I sense that david was content with what he had done. Yes he should have been twenty one or twenty two year old kid. He's got five million dollars. He doesn't give a shit about anything. I want to go by. I wanna go wherever and have some fun. But i basically was my way of pulling david aside and giving the best to second pep talk. I could possibly give a teammate. Like at this point. He was a teammate. David dewitt and I was just like this mother fox. And i didn't want david to give up and i sensed was complacent and what he had done and i was right. I mean it literally. I went outside. And i cried. My i literally before i went to the cage. I walked down the escalator. From the keno room at the horseshoe. And i was out on the side street. Crying my eyes out because when you make a run bat feeds in something so cool you think. It's a destined like you'd think this is my tournament. I am winning. I.
"martin dick" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"House later that week. Amongst the attendees were ivan. Mccormick and peter martin dick evans and his younger brother. David paul houston and adam clayton. Paul houston would eventually change his name. Bano and david evans would change his name to the edge. And i totally want to know. Do you think that one of those was in response to the other. I changed my name. You did did barshop days from now on. I want you to call me bono. And then the fuck you you're gonna call me the edge from now on. He probably walked away for awhile. And stewed about son of a bedroom. What he's he's got me right on the from now on komi age irish british was british. Sorry about the rash. So ivan and peter would not return for another rehearsal so the band numbered five at this time Originally they were named feedback which they picked because it was the only audio term that they do and they weren't great either apparently not They played a lot of punk tunes. Who cover a lot of covers and they did not play them well They will get their first paying. Gigs at dances locally. And when the and then would change their name to the hype which is not any better no and the older the older brother dick who was in college at the time he was the odd man out and he would leave shortly after the name. Change leaving the band numbering four as it remains to this day so configuration older. Dick left the band. Hanging is what you're saying. Dick left the band In april nineteen seventy eight steve. Averill a friend of adam. Clayton's would offer the band six suggestions for possible band. Names one of the choices was you to and the guys would immediately gravitate towards that one as it was a bit ambivalent and to quote bano. It was the name that they hated. The least. that's pretty good right. Hits to steve. Averill would become one of their art directors and would be part of the design team for the cover of the joshua as well which. I'm sure we'll. We'll get back to him. All right dick evans while being phased out of the band at this time was not completely done with them. He played one last show as the hype playing songs and covers that they had written and then ceremoniously walked off stage with the band and then the band then returned a short time later as a four piece as you to like a couple of minutes later and played another. Set of youtube originals. And i'd that's a pretty classy move. It is for a bunch of sixteen and seventeen year olds at the time. If you do any research into you to you read stories like this throughout their whole history about how they would do things like this or they They would have you know even very early on. They would have a very big stage presence and they would do fun things on stage and audience interaction. That's the kind of stuff that's really hard to teach artists. You can teach people to play better music It's hard to give them to teach them like stage presence and personality especially as a group and i think that youtube has had it since the beginning. Yeah you can't teach that and nor can you teach kindness and humility which as much as bano can seem to be a pretentious kind of guy. The humility i believe that he has with people that are close to him. It is a is a. It's a big thing as it's definitely a big thing for him but anyway dick The edges brother would eventually join another band. Called the virgin prunes. Yes and that ban would add a would act as the de facto warm band for you to in the early years of the band in mid nineteen seventy eight you to be connected with paul mcginnis who would become their manager for the next thirty four years so just a short run. Yeah just a quick His aggressiveness put them in venues that were beyond their their scope and ability but managed to put them in front of people that would have otherwise been beyond their reach in nineteen eighty. They played in a two thousand seat theater in dublin. Where one of the a and our reps from island records bill stewart happened to be in attendance it. He was impressed with them. Offered to sign them to the label. Because that's how it happened back then The next month they signed a four year. Four album contract with island records replete with a fifty thousand pound signing bonus and a fifty thousand pound touring budget. Wow the rest as they say is rock and roll history so the first three albums boy. October and war are good albums by anyone's measure but they aren't great albums and it made them moderately successful in the states and a little more so in the uk The hits from those albums. Sunday bloody sunday. Yes new year's day. I will follow. Were decently successful and you knew about them. You heard them if you were if you were music fan but their fortunes changed on june fifth nineteen eighty three on that night at the red rocks amphitheatre just outside denver colorado they performed what would become one of the most iconic music videos of all time. Yeah lit by torchlight under a soaking rain. Their performance of sunday bloody sunday would become as rolling stone would call it one of the fifty moments that changed the course of rock and roll the video from that song would enter into heavy rotation on mtv and the video under a blood. Red sky would cement their reputations as live performers ironically. The concert was very nearly cancelled for the very thing that gave it so much drama. The weather yeah to warm up bands the alarm and the diviners different than i touch myself the same divine did not look that up and that makes me so disappointed feds. Different divine now canceled their sets because of the inherent danger of performing in those conditions denver in june storms. To and you might get struck by. Lightning is bad and the way that the film is shot. You would think that it was packed that night but actually the nine thousand seat theater had only forty four hundred people because so many had stayed home due to the conditions. The conditions and i can honestly say that. That was one of the first times that i actually heard of the band Like i mentioned the video was in heavy rotation. I was getting into music about that time. So i saw that video pretty much every day because mtv was such a heavy presence. I liked the song. But i was mesmerized by that video and i was pretty convinced when i saw that the concert had taken place somewhere in europe i would i. There's no way. I believe that it was in denver just outside denver because it just had that feel to it that the you know when he was singing you could see as breath that just the you know. Yeah it's acid can tastic the the live at red rocks the full video recording of that entire performance. Yeah is phenomenal. well it sounds good. Looks amazing mind blowing. I wouldn't find out years later that it had been filmed about an hour from where we lived nineties just as a denver and is still an amazing concert film. Like you just mentioned one. That i still own on. Vhs nice love that so just after that. They signed a lucrative extension with island records But they feared that they were about to turn into a bloated arena. Rock band and to commercial like zeppelin the who now and they wanted to make a different sort of album. Something artsy nee fartsy. It is both artsy and france artsy. So the edge at that time had taken a liking to the work of brian and his production partner daniel and wa. And if you know anything about those guys they are known for much more ambient almost avant-garde sound and naturally the scare the shit out of the record company when they seemed to be poised for superstardom even at the time being called the biggest band of the eighties by rolling stone in ninety five. It was only halfway through the eighties. How did rolling stone. Now how do they know. Maybe there's one thing they got right so for an example of what do i suggest all the listeners out there..
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"martin dick" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"It's not that what else is it. It's gotta be the trevor story right. He's got to be something about story you know whether whether they wanted to resign him bride stood. Maybe dick did but right. It's like no we're not gonna be able to be it. Can't imagine it would be bright. It's like if i'm the owner. And i give you all the money colfax and say hey trevor. Stores going to hurt your baseball team. You can still build. I'm giving you the money unless bright. It says we'll know if you if we spend all that money on story we're not going to be able to spread it around and our rebuild process here. That's where my brain is going is. Was this charter stories. Kind of been these the elephant in the room all season now. He tore it up over the weekend. Which is bittersweet for rockies fans. Because it's like well there he goes and that's what we have but we probably don't have for long. I got him. Imagine that trevor story. That name came up in a conversation. Maybe bright and said i can't do this anymore. If you're not willing to f- over the maybe maybe dick bond for it was the reason for all of it or maybe it's the other way around what we don't know because i thought they were like this. I'm i'm crossing my fingers. I thought they were tight. I thought dick martin. Dick monfort seemed to have brides back and bright seem to have conference back. Not the case texture. Here doesn't really move the needle for me one way or the other when the organization come out and told you. They aren't going to do what they need to do to be competitive than they have. One of the most talented depleted minor league systems league doesn't really matter the gm is mumford isn't going to pay the big contracts. You need to have good players so maybe it was dick. Montfort saying we're not gonna do it. Trevor's gonna walk and brian is going to go. Well they're gonna hate me even more then because it's all on me. Brian has been. Would you agree or disagree with this. Colefax bright has received more pushback from fans than dick montfort. Yes it seems like it. Well other than the calls to sell the team s c comments on the pages all the time. One of our listeners does that. I see his name all the talk. And it's always no matter what happens. Rockies could win twelve to two and he just writes sell the team. I did ask what you're good. The bad the ugly from the weekend that was guy says good stepping down. Wasn't the weekend those monday today. But i'm calling an extended weekend Good mpg career-high seems that he accepting the challenge so you got to goods in their guy. See it's easy to find a lot of goods but you gotta find one good one bad and ugly and one the ugly the ugly and has to be the worst of the ugly. Yes the worst of the If stories if story goes we will know eastside. Chris says well. I thought he was going to be gone anyway. But my brain's going to cook cooking up a contract to keep trevor story with the rockies for several years and it was going to be a big time contract and dick montfort said. Are you crazy. We just went through this crap with nolan. We're not doing this again. That's my. That's what i'm thinking but again i have no proof of that just like you guys. I'm i'm left wondering what's next. What led to this decision. What comes after this decision and so much more. It's interesting but i do want to say that. Take montfort proved that he is willing to shell out do with nolan. He did do it so we can't keep going back and saying he won't pay the he did one of the largest contracts in history right. He did do it. And if nolan would have stuck around the rockies would they would they have Because they both had that option after three years right to opt out one or the other with the rockies of opt out we don't we don't really know maybe not. They signed the contract because they wanted nolan as iraqi. So you're right on that point. They did spend money they did throw out a contract and now it's open. They could they have the money apparently to throw it to trevor story. I just wonder if that was. Was that the argument on both sides. If that's what it came down to quickly colfax we'll get to my good the bad the ugly from the weekend that was. But we'll get zak stevens. We're talking broncos draft week. Everybody we got thursday coming up. We're finally going to know what the broncos are going to do with that ninth. Pick overall and i think it is heating up that number three pick. San francisco is absolutely must. See tv but yes. Let's get to the good. The bad and the ugly presented by epa best bank banking simple. Well i mean the good is this is from the weekend and i'm still sorting through my feelings on this ship. Writer steal the good for me is the rockies. Another series win for john bray. It'll be start number five. The pitch swaying immense got him with the slider pitch breaking strike. Three call hoskins down on strikes back to back punch outs for john. Gray one to anderson ain't gonna miss gone. What the slider strike at number three for. John graves the one to john coming on in his. Cj krone rbi single four the rockies pitcher to ball game. I just love seeing pitchers hit like that man. I just love it john. Grazes stud i am. I am leading the john gray fan club. Who wants it. The bad this whole thing was bad over the weekend nuggets lose to golden state on friday. The worst part about it was and again steph. Curry led joker how to sew so game. The worst part about it was the ugly. And that's barton going down secured on the strong side by denver barton nearly lost it. Got it out to yokich. And oh wow will. Barton is down grabbing at his leg and holding his right hamstring. In obvious pain has he's attended to considerable he will. He will miss a considerable amount of time now so yet. Another big time key injury for the nuggets and you got to wonder how they're going to get through this thing. They gotta play perfect perfect basketball. That's the good. The bad the ugly presented by f-famous bank when we come back zach. Stevens joins me brittany bowl and gets gets a promotion within the broncos organization. We're gonna talk about that. Yeah people are getting promoted and keep in demoted and kicked out and everything but come on more importantly what are the broncos gonna do at number nine. we are less than a week away from finding out colfax. And it's i. i don't know. I want a quarterback. Do i wanna linebacker. I wanna corner who. It's going to be exciting. I can't wait twenty minutes after the hour. It's the whole show powered by the energy. We'll be right back.
"martin dick" Discussed on Classic Races
"Probably largest that anybody is joy today as a woman. Davey Allison has right. Now he's got about ten or twelve car lanes on rick faster running into second spot. That a lapped car Ted Muss grave before you get back to mark running in third fourth is Rusty Wallace. A great run for Jimmy Hensley. He has that car now. Solidly in the top five. He's running fifth everything. They have a great race going here today and we do how about the Bush north range. The Grand National North Series event just wrapping up at Watkins Glen International Bobby Track and got the win the head of Dick McCabe Curtis Markup. Dave resent these and Ted Christopher hot the last lap it was dragged McCabe at Markham. Three wide coming through. Turn number eleven. That's the final. Turn the Glenn that leads you under the bridge back to the start finish line. Dick McCabe spun off the race. Track Curtis Markup spot down ought to pay road and opened up the middle for Bobby tracking. Who took over the Victory Right? There just yards from the finish line. So congratulations to Bobby Dragon. The Watkins Glen twenty-five presented by Fisher. Snowploughs this afternoon until the quite a win there and the push north of here for bobby drag. It sounds like it may have any of that kind of finish year before. It's all over. Davey Allison right now. Moment ago was about eight tenths of a second ahead of Rick. Masked masters cut it down now to about a half a second Joe Mornings gaining a little bit but not all that much not that quick correct starting to smoke the tires of a little bit. We could see him coming off. Turn to here. He really gets into it trying to track down daily. Alison shut it down to about seven CARLEX. Mark Martin is about ten carloads behind the rick car and Rusty Wallace also closing in from the fourth position. But it's not benefited year. Davey Allison the team at had high hopes going into the season. And it's been kind of smoking going here in the early part of the. What's the deal here at ninety three for David Seaman by our statistics? He look over our statistics from the past. You wouldn't think that are only top five finishes this year. Would've been on the short track and you wouldn't think that we would only have one other top ten finish. That was on the superspeedway. We finished seventh at Talladega. The last pot fi finish on a superspeedway we have was here at Dover back in September. We've finished I think. Either fourth or fifth so the way things have gone this year. It's been domination at times on the short tracks but not the kind of showing they wanted here on the super speedways. Ab half qualified of the top five in a long long time. Of course he had himself a good top three here this week but the ones that team gets on track finished all too good not to be battling for the lead in the Winston Cup points plus like Kyle. Petty said early this afternoon. A lot of teams have just had kind of strange season teams that you would normally expect to be up in the top five in the Western cup point standings running up front of the week have not done so as in teams that seemed to come from nowhere have had a real good year good battle going on a moment ago between Dale Earnhardt and young Bobby Labonte as he finally gets around him job or but Levada do a good job out there. That was a battle for the six spot and earnhardt attractive down and followed it for a couple of laps finally got ready to make his move body. I guess it held on as long as he could. Earnhardt swept to the inside picked up. The spot and Alibaba is in danger from a fast closing Derek. Cope back card but when I well all afternoon long also Derek. Cope has rarely been out of the top ten but here they go back into turn one try and make a bypass on Bobby Labonte. Your body stumbles all this. The battle for the seven spot is coming off turn to look. Bonnie nails at Danley inside of the track cope briefly looks to the outside thinks better of it. You'll fall in line and follow the Maxwell House Ford back to turn three with good race. Track over the years for Derek. Copious had some of his best friends and got his second to cut win right here at the Dover downs some years ago with I think buddy pair crew chief on the car at that time so Derek knows how to get around here also but so far estimate able to do anything with Bobby. Labonte 176 go up on the scoreboard as Davey Allison continues to set sail. Rick Mass was chasing him down a moment ago. It moved up there within about a half a second. Now he's losing some ground or the leader is a work back into the corner. It's almost a full second. The separation between Davey Allison and Rick Mast Mark. Martin lives third. He's picking up a little ground right now. The second place runner masks overturned three. They've cleared the traffic. And now I have plenty of room to take the lines. They want going through. Turns and Mark Martin is shutting down the separation between himself and Rick Mast. Rusty Wallace not really gaining any ULLMARK. Martigny some fifteen carlex behind than Jimmy. Hensley Dale Earnhardt. Earnhardt may be the man on the move after passing body the body. He's going to shut down the distance point himself and Jimmy Hensley. They learned also knows that this is a kind of a stretch of races. We can really make some hay and pull away the rest of the guys are GonNa Tough Track here at Dover a very unusual race track poconos shape wise next week then to Michigan. A two mile high speed racetrack at this is the stretch of race. That's very important to try. And do something about the Winston Cup title. While it is noble Pocono and Michigan in their little. Bit tough rate. I think over the toughest. The longevity of the car has to run. And you know that's a race if you don't stay consistent and say in there and rather dot five. It does urchin points. Start Forty cars there. You know you break earlier. You're in trouble with the Poconos the same way you run a long time. They're pretty long right You know five hundred miles. They're big race track. Takes on time it? It is a tough race. Michigan's easier race but if you got behind it that Dover Pocono it you know you try to make it up in Michigan you know. I think we're in good shape. I think our team's really up for it I think we'll do good at it all three of those races and the momentum. That team has right now. You know I think it really is all right now. He's a struck six place situation for Dale Earnhardt with the battle of the racetrack. Everybody's watching as per second now working at number three Rick Nash. That Mark Mark Mark Martin. Just about a half a colleague behind him mark trying to get down. Underneath Rick Masses came in the corner wasn't able to do it out of turn four back across the line and indeterminable one if he gets around him he's almost going to have to hope that. Rick Mask Drifts. Up a little bit. And that's exactly what he's doing job always kicking up a little bit but not quite enough rick for Rick. Mass to not be able to hold off Mark Martin. They're back in three. GotTa get enough space down on the side of the tracks. Stick the nose of that four down there to make the move so far. Mast hasn't come that far off the bottom line here off turn. Four baby opening is present. Meanwhile Ted Musk grave has a flat left rear tire that we see from the tower the battle for second spot a Danby Rick Mast yielding out of Mark Martin. But there's still a second half behind baby Allison Davie House of leaves the parade back into turnover three now. He'll start tracking down a couple of slower cars as he exits. Turn for Ted. Must Various car is on pit row? They'll change that. Flat Tire. Sent him back out onto the racetrack. He's having a pretty good solid run here today. Also he's pit crews long day for them down on pit row. They can't see around this racetrack very much at all. Other than just in the front straightaway. So they don't really know what's going on in the corners their drivers of what the spotters are saying what they hear on the radio and About everything that they can see as far as how their cars working is coming off turn four and going down into turn one hundred and eighty five laps go up on the school board and the Budweiser five hundred this afternoon. The clouds continue to kind of come and go right now. The Sunshine his splashing down on the racetrack very brightly. We kind of figured a couple of times when it came out that they would really change the handling on the speedway but I don't think it's been out long enough to make the different chant had really asset. It's been Peeking out behind. The clouds have been a fairly cool day rees blowing a lot of folks in the grandstands wearing jackets today. So it's been that kind of an afternoon. Let's go down pit road. Mass pit with Richard Jackson Richard. Today you started your up to third lifestyle. We're probably GONNA fight bricks really good ride today and we hope to have good luck. Luck runs all the races block at Charlotte. But they've had bad luck sponsor chemical properties. Setting Mass looks good. So far after a team has really turned around nineteen ninety-three they've had some awful strong runs and if they can never have a little luck to go along with it. They got a good chance to win a race. Hundred Eighty seven laps on the board. Davey Allison is a leader. We'll be back closing in. On a fifty lap segment of green flag running here at Dover Downs. We have had seven caution periods. Spar cautious were rather plentiful the mid stages of the event thus far but right now the average speed climbing up to ninety four point seven nine four miles an hour. Who just tuning in of those seven caution periods. We've got greg sacks go to the garage. Area Bill Parsons Day. Marcus Kyle Penny Ricky Rudd. Pj Jones Sterling Marlin the engine failure for Ernie urban at Terry Labonte involved with that accident. The short while ago everybody else still out on the race track including Davey Allison who puts another lap now on Wall Donald Back Junior at still holds a two second advantage on second place mark. Martin Dick Brooks our guests this going to be a bit of a sigh of relief to the Tepe getting a good run like this on a big track here at ninety three. What are they married? True Learning Reynolds the fruit tapes. Dannon here are you guys Work kept working on a car. And you've got to work for good now come to us a little bit of wherever we were there as they ought to go and would have had to do a. Lotta Justin on it. They got off the race track and one of the persons while ago and knocked the air or air inlets before the Left Front break off and they had to go back and put it back on. Readjust all clean up the front end. they've got together now. There's a lot of teams has had to come back from way back toward the tail. End of the field overcome all kinds of problems. Rusty Wallace is another one of those. Jim Phillips in his pin we are returning to screw cheek. They've had to make a green flags dot got behind early but it looks like you've got the Carpool Dalian that top ratings and will lose a little bit of light front. We've got it all take care of heart got left. Hand guy slapped back so We're in hunt for the championship race at Black Car right today and like say hello to Debbie. Please wait till Monday. Let's GRANDPA to be buddy pairs one hundred ninety nine laps complete here over in the Budweiser five hundred this afternoon again. Davey Allison is the leader. Mark Martin a second. Rick Mast ribes. Third Rusty Wallace is fourth. And we've heard that Wallace again has come from the Taylor. The field he may have one of the dominant cars out here. Course he and Earnhardt have been the two dominant cars in the early going but they're the only two cars. I believe that have been further back in thirtieth position this afternoon other than earlier urban and started back there and have been able to get up and leave some of the race exactly right. Rusty Wallace another thing that Putty didn't mention their rusty went up to his doctor. There in Indianapolis travel earlier this week. I got his cash. Remove these no longer driving with that. Cast or anything that he says. The Mobility is back with him in the race car at at so very important. I asked him now. 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"Cash. Details on specially marked packages of habitat. But jewels in one lap we go back to racing from the Dover downs International Speedway. This is M R N radio. We are packed. A green flag racing here at Dover downs. Leapt three Ninety-two the leaders are off turn to rusty Wallace. Brings it off turn to Ricky Rudd is they're trying to get back on the lead lap. He's alongside the race leader back at turn three Rudd tried to stay up there. Get that lap back wasn't able to do it as rusty just dives underneath him going off into the corner. But Rudd hasn't given up the chase yet here. He comes right back on rusty Wallace. As they race door to door back into turn of a one. They're still side-by-side Russell me outside but going into the quarter. Finally, rusty gets around in front of the lap car. Ricky Rudd second-place car is Kyle petty Sterling Marlin Nixon line he's third fourth. Kenny Schrader in fifth is dick trickle trickle working the outside of Geoff Bodine's cars being shown a lap in arrears. Field comes off turn number four. They'll swing to the outside retaining wall. The leader is Wallace the lapped car of Rudd followed by second place, Kyle petty. They're back in one single file this time is go into the quarter further back into field. Bill. Elliott works around the land car of Jeff Bo died gets the car almost crossed up back up at the front of the field here, Sterling Marlin. He looks down on the inside a Kyle Betty, but quickly gets back and single finals ahead for turn three. You can't afford to lose any positions at this stage of the race. We'll be going into the final one hundred miles here in just six more laps around this racetrack. Wallace is leader continues. A stretch away from the rest of the field. Now, how petty drops back another spot? Tile, Sterling, Marlin goes to the outside of Kyle petty in a bid for the second spot and gets around here at turned number, two stolen smokes, the tires a couple of times as he almost binds the car up at trying to swoop back down at flood a petty. He's got one of the strongest cars on the speedway right now. Talking about Sterling Marlin he's been pretty well dialed in all day. But after that last couple of pitstops, he is really got it hooked up. Although Wallace has got a hooped up even better. He has now stretched his lead to a full second over the rest of the field. And again, Sterling Marlin has to deal with a lap car. Ricky Rudd we're seeing some spoke out on the back of sterling marlin's car. A lot more smoke than should be coming out, especially in the corners will follow it back into turn. Number three. He gets down to the inside of Ricky Rudd several puffs of smoke again off turn four spoke from Sterling Marlin who. Now isn't second can't really tell if it's tire smoker coming out from something else. But there is indeed quite a bit of smoke coming from under the car. Let's see if we can get a report from his pit. Get out like now to see what the problem is early on his car. Steve Lloyd grew teeth is evitable smoke. I don't know what happened twenty five grungy to him or the five run into knocked defender to get tired. So that's the problem forced early barley. So sterling comes out of the number four corner. The car still taking the good vine coming off the turn and he is keeping pace with the race leader rusty Wallace. At this moment, nor is he losing anything to Jeff or cabinet, Ricky Rudd, and Kyle petty who are right there running behind him, but Sterling Marlin not running as comfortably obviously as he would like, let's give you a rundown as we've just now have gotten it. From NASCAR the leader is rusty Wallace second Kyle petty. Then we've got Sterling Marlin Schrader is fourth fifth this dick trickle Bill Elliott is six Derek cope is seven eighth is marked by ninth place. Is Ernie Irvan ten is Morgan shepherd. All of those cars are on the lead lap. What lap down in eleven spot. Now is the Ricky. Redcar and twelve this. Jeff pohjola. Also a lap down thirteenth is Dale Jarrett. He's two laps. Back fourteenth is Terry Labonte. He's also to laps back in fifteenth is the Bobby Hillen car with Jim solder is the driver. They are five laps down. Also five down. Darrell Waltrip running in sixteenth. Seventeenth six laps down is the Butch Miller car. Eighteenth eight lap down is Brett Bodine nineteenth nine laps down is Jimmy Hart in twentieth. Twelve laps down as Richard petty. Twenty-first fifteen laps down Jimmy means. Thirty two laps down at twenty. Second is the GP mcduffie car with Mike Potter driving. Twenty third. Spot is Michael Waltrip. He is one hundred forty eight laps down and now going to the garage area is Dale Earnhardt. He was being shown in twenty four th spot two hundred forty laps down. And he has now taken the good rent show. Chevy to the garage missing. In that run down the Davey Allison car, which had Strickland is now driving. We'll play that for you here in just a second Dale Earnhardt takes his car back to the garage area. Apparently, the engine has expired on that car for a second time today four hundred and two miles complete here Dover downs. And the Budweiser five hundred the advantage right now for driver, rusty Wallace, one in six tenths seconds over second place, Sterling Marlin, so he continues to pay his lead a little bit Kyle Petty's car, not working through the corner. Like it did a little bit earlier this afternoon currently is back there in third spot. But he too is losing a little ground. Joe more to the leader. Yes. He definitely is trying to hold on with what he can there. But this car is kicking up a bit more in the quarters that he would like it to we were watching a good fifth-place battle between Bill Elliott, and dick trickle finding it looks. As though Elliott has moved by trickle trickles car also was kicking out of it in the quarters. So Elliott now is moved to fifth back in six dick trickle, seventh Derek cope car at eight this Martin Martin at cope at this juncture is beginning to draw near to trickle trickle drops to the. Inside of the race track. Cope will stay to the outside. This is a bit for seven, and it won't work up at turned number one cope holds onto his spot off the quarter, trickle drops down. Low gives him plenty of racing group. But he's not going to be able to move along side. Now as they go into turn three though again to the outside of the race track goes Derek cope that would be the hard way around. He looks directly ahead. He sees Bill Elliott up. There says Nope, I'm not going to get hung out here to drive for the moment. So he will let dick trickle go back into turnover. One what he's going to try them again coming off that corner on the outside as we said very difficult passing their back in turn to again, a panel for the six pot. You could see dick trickles car and turn to breaking loose on the outside of the race track. The inside lane open pets were Derek cocoa's and battles for the spot and gets it at turn three also going downstairs underneath trickle is Mark Martin. And Martin is trying to stay down low to see if he can grab a spot on Derek cope. But he can't so coke now moves by does Mark Martin dick Brooks is already on his way to the trickle pit area. It's going to be interesting to find out whether trickle did get. Some damage that little bump and go on the straightaway there or maybe the fact of the tire chain ship was not like some other teams had took on four tires dick obey tip in their hand at all as to what's going on. Yeah. I just got a little bit off on the. Worked it out.
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"Connecting community of entrepreneurs. Like you this Business Rockstars? I'm Pat O'Brien Stephen me, my old friend from years ago. Back then we met Michael Jordan as a matter of fact, many years ago, one of his events is the founder of big bamboo, which has nothing to do with bamboo. Right. Why why the name? Does kind of bamboo to me was a metaphor for growing businesses. If if you know, the story of titans bamboo with actually doesn't grow for the first four years, but in that period of time, you have to water it, and what's really happening below the surface is the roots and infrastructure are growing to support the massive growth of the bamboo, and that to me was a metaphor for business in life. You have to be consistently growing and trying to get better and have a foundation. So in success happens. You're actually ready to adjust to the environment and all that kind of stuff. Joyce wanted to be an entrepreneur I learned early on. I'm actually untolerable. 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He wrote down, and if you learned that early on, and you can use it. Yeah. That's normal. Certainly not this business. We didn't want to do the nine to five. Right. I I I like the nine to eleven nine in the morning until eleven and nine. Okay. And eighty dollars for lunch. I again, I have a lot of these little quips and saints too often. I eat what's called blender which is breakfast lunch and same. Well, that's helping some sons in what did you do before this before bamboo again, I did retail stores in college. So going back I wrote three books when I was in my twenties on credit improvement, and I actually had an infomercial when I was twenty one give yourself credit so dating back to the early early days of direct response and infomercial and raised one hundred and sixty thousand dollars and convinced the group Cawthorn media, sure, and Tim and Kevin Harrington long before they did home shopping network that a company called quantum and I convinced them to do my media buying. I was twenty one years old with no idea what I was doing. But it was an interesting experience. It's frightening than most people start that way. Good gift through gab. Right. I I have a gift of gab, and I have the ability to sell air. Meaning I can I can sell long before there's any substance behind back cracks. So here, we are big bamboo. What's the worst job ever had the worst job? Yeah. I don't know. I don't think backwards. The worst job I ever in in high school and college. My parents were my grandparents my aunt and uncle everybody was in construction. So I used to work in the summers in the Ford plants hundred and twenty degrees, Kansas stating twelve hour days. And it was a brutal dirty nasty, John, but it allowed me to work for six or eight weeks over the summer and save enough money to not have to work during school. Right. So there was a bit of a trade off the. Yeah. Those were were hard times. And it was interesting as well. 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Big bamboo became the name that I built all of the other companies underneath so big bamboo is not actually a company. It's just the holding system that every company I starts underneath it. I already have enough hubris amigo, I didn't need to run around with my own domain name. Well, I've been able to that's what I'm gonna say we're here to inspire inform and connect the community of entrepreneurs. I'm Pat O'Brien. This a Business Rockstars Stephen need is our rockstar day. Big bamboo a bunch of companies underneath the umbrella. Right. So how did you know that some work which one big bands, the whole thing will I didn't know it would work. But again, I start with different premise. I have a weird way of thinking why invert the process of every company so to begin with I have a list of twelve what I call lifestyle criteria is what I want my life to be like if it's a perfect outcome. And nothing's ever perfect. But as an entrepreneur, I said, if I'm going to work this hard, I at least if it works wanna have nine or ten or twelve of desired outcomes cash prizes. I every company. I start has to have some of those things at once financial. But some are the types of people I like to be around the services, I like to do I am in every company. I start to give me at least nine of those twelve criteria as an opportunity, but works, and then I invert the process in every company. I start I go into it saying, why won't this work? So I go insane. Hey, here's my next one company that isn't this great and Mike Pat, you been doing this business a long time. Why won't this work? What am I missing? Why will they say, no, what's my competition? I'm more curious of the true roadblocks side, because if I'm gonna put my time and effort in my money into the company, I want to go into it under the negative. The premise of why won't work. What's the common denominator of real blocks? The biggest one in. It's something we're trying to solve in a new initiative with the state is I think most companies when they're early on went around, and they're always looking for money, right? There's a lot of things that can happen. But the theory is, hey, give me capital, if I get capital, and gives me credibility and the credibility hires a contact and a sales, and then I go get a customer the first question that's asked when you're trying to raise funding expand a company is who's your customer. So my parents says you invert the model, and how do you find a customer first capital follows customers. And so every company we start I will presell the customer base sometimes for a year or two to try and line customers up before we've been having anything built. So what kind of customers are you looking for? Well, the car when we have called magma, which is a magic moment. It's a it's a publishing tool. Our customers are dick Clark productions. 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And I thought Ruth buzz. Ian, Artie Johnson and. Alan Seuss, Alan Seuss. There's a guy for you. Right there. Usually look up some footage Valance Seuss that guy was something. He wore a lot of Ascot's. I just remember L suits were like, Nehru, jackets and Ascot's a lot. And was one of those flamboyant kind of Paul Lynn, Charles Nelson, Reilly, kind of guys, you know, what I'm talking about where like back in those days. There was no mention of sexuality. I mean, he was just he was just a a flamboyant guy. It was no mention of what kind of you know, the sexuality was that was that was preferred. But yeah, so was on there used to love him and Goldie Hawn. And I that's how Golan got her start dancing around with paint all over body and then Ronin Martin. Dick Martin and Dan Rowan. No, they were the hosts and the through line to the show. And then there are always like special guest stars that came on. And there were other regulars on the Judy Carne was a regular on that show. And we watched it all the time. And I used to laugh my butt off. When I was a kid and thought it was like, colorful and hip, and like every joke was funny, and it was cool to see all the dancing, and although crazy hip stuff. And then you go back years later, and you watch it not only is it extraordinarily dated. Because it really is. But you can't really get around that you can't blame you can't blame the show for being dated because it was a very specific time that that show was on and it specifically reflected that time in of that time only. But when I is it as an adult, I went back, and I watched it, and I and every once in a while I'll flip it on on on decades and can't get through five minutes of it. It's just so horrible. It is just so unbelievably horrible and not funny. Not the least bit funny and terrible laugh track, by the way. You know, at the end like there are there are no laugh tracks are always pretty bad. But sometimes you get one that is just pretty good, and you can see okay. This is a laugh track. But it sounds kind of realistic in had the worst laugh track like the word mash bad laugh track. And I don't I never understood why mash had a laugh track as it. Clearly, there's no audience you wanna know another one that had a laugh track. Most ridiculous. Here's the most ridiculous show that had a laugh track the Flintstones. The Flintstones had a laugh tracks. Were there cartoon people watching the show? Are they cartoon people laughing? Like, they're in the studio watching the cartoons film. The flintstones. I never understood that. I can't remember to the I think the Jetsons had a laugh track to. So yeah, I I never understood that. But laughing, you know? So so dated and so stupid. Have you ever? Have you ever seen an episode of Laffin now the pieces on oh my God. Vic have you ever seen an episode of laughing now? Oh. Massive hit fill like me. You have to understand at that time in the late sixties again, there's nothing like it on TV, and it was reflecting. What was happening in counterculture pretty specifically and and pretty accurately. But that doesn't mean it's good. I in L, man. And I remember just fallen off the chair laughing at this stuff. And I don't know whatever is Allen sue still alive. Can you look up? Alan Susan, see if he's still he's still kicking. I think he passed away. I think I think Alan sues passed away. Yes. He did pass away. How long ago? Two thousand nine eleven. Oh, so was it. It was. Okay. So it was eight years ago he passed away. But he was that. Like, I said lots of Ascot's and lots of flamboyant behavior. That's Alan sues. He was like my favorite actually on the on the show. He was my favorite of everybody on that show. And I thought Ari Johnson and Ruth buzzy were hilarious and. He would be like already Johnson. We'll put on old man makeup and ride a tricycle and fall over. And I would like go funniest thing. My wife and roof buzzy would play an old woman who would sit on a bench, and he would come in and try and hit on her and she would just an every bit every single bit ended with her beating him with her purse. And in me, falling off the couch, laughing, the the funniest thing that's ever been on television. And then they would do they would the other trick that they would do on that show. Dan, was whenever they had like a party segment sixties party with neighbor, jackets and girls in bikinis and stuff and. Dan, Ronan smoking, a big cigar with his mustache and all the audio wearing like crazy sixty suits. They would pretend like they were at like a like a party, you know, a one thousand nine hundred sixty sort of rave party. And so they would zoom the lens of the camera in and out to you know, you know, what I'm talking about. They would cut they would rapidly cut between people who are dancing. They would play sixties music. They would rapidly cut between people dancing while the camera's zooming in zooming out close up pan out close up zoom in zoom out zoom in zoom out. And then they would freeze everybody in the room would freeze. You know, like a like a mannequin they would freeze and then someone would do a bit or two people would do a bit and end with a joke. Every there'd be there'd be laughter on the laugh track. And then the camera would zoom in the music would start again that wasn't a bit that they get all the time. It is. It's so bad. It's just so bad. But man, you know, at that time. Oh, that was the hippest man that was the hip show on TV hippest, funniest show on TV, man. Water cooler stuff, all the catch phrases. You know, we we have catchphrases now on TV all over the place that to me was just a massive. You know, I don't know what came for. I think I think the the Mitch Ryder song that we just played came after. Laughing because I think I think sock it to me is is I think it it can be traced directly back to laugh at. Louis. A lot of drugs consumed in the late sixties man there really were by TV executives by Pete by people watching TV. Because I think you have to be on drugs in order to enjoy that show. I think that's the only way that you could possibly enjoy it as if you're you know, you're on LSD or something. Stupid. Faculty in the song hit was released in sixty six wait a minute. Maybe the maybe the Mitch Ryder. Did I can you look when did laugh in stark? And I mean, I remember it. So it had to have start. I'm I would say it probably started in sixty eight or something sixty eight. Yeah. And then it ran through. I think by early seventies. I would imagine Seventy-three. Yeah. So during sixty eight and seventy three I watched that show every week. My cat. Yeah. It's on decades. If you really if you wanna take a trip back in time. Like in field. Like literally feel like you're back in time. Because it's so extraordinarily dated watch it on decades. I don't know when it's on. I I mean, they basically on decades they show they show Laffin like fifty times a day. They show the Ed Sullivan show, which is cool. Actually, the Ed Sullivan show is cool. You go back and watch that. And see the weird thing about the Ed Sullivan show, though was the variety of acts because that was a true variety show. The Ed Sullivan shows a true variety show. Meaning they took the word variety. You know, like really seriously. So you would have like. You would have somebody like a you have somebody like the doors the doors played on on Sullivan. See if somebody like the doors on Ed Sullivan, and then they would be followed by a ventriloquist, and then that would be followed by an opera singer. And that would be followed by a guy who's spinning plates on a on a stick and sticks to keep the plates spinning that would be followed by a stand up comedian. You know, like, you know, like maybe Richard Pryor back when he wore suits. And he didn't swear. You know, and then you'd have a polka band, and it was just and it was act after act after act that we're completely different. So watching the Ed Sullivan show is pretty extraordinary. You know, because it's a true variety. Variety shows in the seventies. They weren't variety shows yet guest on and and you know, you're a special guest on you would do skits, and you would sing and dance. That's that. You know, the seventies variety show completely different than Ed Sullivan. I got I can't remember who with 'cause you know, the legendary. First appearance of the Beatles on the Ed Sullivan show. The, you know, obviously, it was a legendary moment not just on television. But in but in history. And I remember, and I can't I don't know if it's it's probably it's gotta be online like who the guests were that night. Like, if you look at the look at the lineup when the Beatles were on the Beatles were on, Ed Sullivan. You look at the guests, and you go what what because it's just so it's just a weird. And I I'm thinking back to. The the the the teenagers in the teenage teenage boys and girls, especially the girls who were in the audience to see specifically to see the Beatles perform and they had to sit through some weird stuff. Like some weird. Some weird. There's no way that this should be paired up with the Beatles stuff. But that's what was unique about Ed Sullivan, man. I during the later years of Ed Sullivan, he was salon in primetime. And I watched them when I was a kid, and again enjoyed Ed Sullivan. But man, how did we get on this? Oh because the sock it to me. Because of because of the four area code with his triple play request. And now we have to break I didn't even get to the reboots yet. Dan, if you can find the guest lineup for the. Yeah. Okay. All right. We'll take a break. We'll take a break. If you're laughing fan. I I apologize. But you're living in the past man. Let's take a break here. I seven twenty g and we'll be back..
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And so one of the most fascinating things to me about this story Thomas is Robert bass. I mean, you're down there in Texas. Robert bass is a legendary figure in nearby Fort Worth, you know, he created an investment company that helped birth the entire a big chunk of the private equity industry with colony capital avenue. All these amazing people his family is legendary what's his what's his skin in the game here. He just likes fast planes. He has a dream to go supersonic. Yeah. And he started this company in the early two thousand and it was making some headway and then his dreams got put on hold when the. Financial crisis in two thousand eight two thousand nine and. The industry has recovered. He's he's slowly been putting this back on the map, it's gone through a series of partners. If you remember a few years back Airbus signed onto the deal, but they they didn't put any money, and they were just gonna help bring it along. And then that partner was replaced by Lockheed Martin at the end of twenty seventeen and again, they didn't put money into this deal. And that's why I think this is is gonna be it feels real Boeing is coming on board. And they're saying we're we got skin in the game. And let's make this thing happen. And it sounds like Boeing wants to have a lot of skin in the game. Because right there also funding. What is it? I think you're right near story, a futuristic hypersonic aircraft. That's going to travel more than five times the sound. Is this something else that they're they're they're working on parallel project? It's it's something that it's a little bit more feature Ristic. But certainly they're working on that as well. But supersonic. If you remember this is something that was is technology from the nineteen seventy and certainly we have military jets that fly supersonic, but the concord really started flights and then mid seventies. Yeah. And why Boeing here? I mean, you know, what you talked about. These parallel projects are they kind of looking further around the corner than their rivals. Why do you think they're able or willing to of plunk some dough down on this? When others didn't take that step. I think they see the future as aviation and increase speed clearly. Business jets have gotten larger it's gotten much more comfortable or the cabinet and cabin pressure. Make you feel like you're barely off the ground and reduces fatigue. When you fly, but what they haven't done is gone faster. So that that's the new frontiers to go fast. So they recognize that in the whole industry is looking at business jets to start right? But certainly passenger jets are are down the road. I'm just gonna say going fast is really cool really exciting, but going fast and also being profitable while doing it also works and wasn't that some of the problems with the concord in terms of profitability. I mean, I'm just curious about is this a profitable avenue for the aerospace industry. The answer is yes, it has to be profitable. There was a couple of big strikes against the Concorde. I was all the limitations it had on it because it was a very loud airplane, and then it had set sonic, boom. Right, which nobody wanted to be under that. And those things limited where it can fly. And then it sucked a lot of fuel. It was an older engine design, and it made it very costly to operate. So they're working to to solve those two problems and Nastase also involved in trying to mitigate the sonic, boom through the design of the aircraft. So everybody's trying to work towards solving those problems and being able to fly more freely speed faster than sound Thomas. Bike is industrial and aerospace reporter for Bloomberg joining us from our Dallas euro supersonic jet. I can wait a Lear jet cost. What roughly could. What sixty million dollars a private Learjet? So what the heck is this gonna cost? Who knows who knows? I mean, it's going to cost a lot of money. But let me tell you someone that you save time. Right. So it's much more productive. That's the case that you know, all of being a little facetious. Tycoons? That's what they that's the case that they make they're going around collecting money on money on money and time is money. Carol massar. I know I think it's fascinating. You in a supersonic jets on its right? You've got to get there quickly. You're listening to Bloomberg BusinessWeek. I'm Carol Massar along with Jason Kelly quick check on the markets for you. And we've got stocks up cross the board hundred and forty six point gain in the Dow Jones industrial average up nine on the S and P and Jason right now, the NASDAQ up about forty six points. All right. Let's get some world and national headlines that we go to Martin dick Carro. Martin Jason is an ears will be tuned to the president twenty addresses a joint session of congress tonight. 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