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07:35 min | 6 months ago

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"And now they're gone Very disturbing all that will be left will be boring asked big box stores. I'm seeing it in the hill country walmart now. Now i go to walmart. Lots of people wearing masks now because oh the delta varian and that was pretty good it sounds good. You should probably yeah. You should probably definitely not clip. It is not that easy to do. Good shape it's really. It's not easy at all. You nailed it. Quick little Climate change we have the horrific floods in germany belgium. Also in the netherlands not not often mentioned on dimension. China don't know we're not gonna talk about china at all. But i think this was a mistake that npr should not have aired this as As edited and broadcast taino. You have been out. In one of the worst hit towns you spent yesterday talking to people there. What are they saying about how this happened. Yes spoke to several. Pbs today in the town of the people who had suffered incredible damage to their homes. Dozens of people in this town died in this disaster and the one thing everyone was talking about was how unnatural. All of this seem. The rain was nothing like anyone had ever seen. Before the way that the tiny creek that runs through this town the filled up from below a foot deep to twenty five feet deep in a matter of a few hours as water rushed down into this valley as spoke to resident martin larsen about this and he thought climate change was definitely a part of this but he also listed other culprits behind the severity of the flooding. Here's what he said. This type of flooding is not normal. This type of rain is not normal and the consequences of not the main things probably infrastructure. Now probably been building everywhere hair. We hear you asphalted. Everything's paved. The river is straight the is not bending back and forth. It's been ninety bullied by man throughout the years. It's nice and and shallow and it's just cozy one comes high water it's a germany is europe's most populous country. It's about the size of new mexico but it has more than eighty million people in that area. So it's populations fairly dense and there are so many towns like the one i visited yesterday that are built along waterways that are highly engineered and urban management to prevent these extreme weather events from causing so much damage is something that german officials will likely start analyzing more closely in the aftermath of this tragedy. So note that the The german who was speaking didn't mention climate change at all. You know you can say a million times. Well it's not just climate change. You know this guy. Also think not all we heard guy never said it's also climate change and then he said look. You manipulated the river for years. The river straight now straight as an arrow. You've manipulated nature. You made it nice and shallow and pleasant but yeah when something goes wrong then we drown wasn't just the same when we the show released ten years ago when they had the flooding and it was the same kind of thing they screwed up. I mean they blame it on climate change but they screwed up. I think it was germany or austria or someplace and it was the same thing they took the trees out of force us to be here and they flat in the mountain and they did this. They did that and then they had this horrible situation. It's not a new new story is like a repeat well. So here's a here's something to ponder as something estrogen brought up as we were sipping some oban in west texas has been very strange weather. Least we've had a lot of weird things going on in the past year and the and we had another outrageous thunder and lightning and rainstorm here. was it Yesterday before yesterday. So what do we have in taxes. We have an entire swath of texas is west. Texas is filled with windmills and we have other swath filled with solar arrays and g made a point that besides the fact that the earth should be slowing down because of these things are rotation it. He's he's of the opinion that it is already changing weather patterns and perhaps We won't be able to change it back because if you all of a sudden change the way. The wind works the way. The wind blows by placing enormous resistance. You going to get a split of of of wind going around The same goes for solar arrays are of course actually called solar collectors. So there's a lot of light that is not refracting back to the clouds or creating heat so we are in fact with windmills and solar panels creating a form of climate change that we have no idea what the consequences could be i. I thought it was a good theory. I think it needs. If i saw some engineering data that would indicate that these things do much more than nothing in terms of the these giant. The weather system is a monster and these are little piddly things that are sitting down there spinning around little piddly things you've seen if you go out to the moon and look down. You won't see him. You can't get past the dome. I'm just saying these are little piddly things in the scheme of things no. They're big huge but they're just a big rotating propeller and the i don't even see the dead birds and I'm just not buying. I don't think there's enough to to make a difference. i. I'd like to see some engineering members. Okay i'm done with that. Absolutely if you could show me one one scintilla i like you said scintilla god. That's a dan bongino thing. Have you been listening to dan. Bongino no strange because it's catching and people are whenever you hear someone say again. Good evidence if you in less. But i like the idea because it does make sense that you you're there is a lot of energy sucked up by the solar array that could be would normally be bouncing around and hitting the ground and warming it up and growing things and now instead of just gets absorbed into that that system that gets absorbed disappears into electricity. That gets used which recycles it but well. It doesn't really matter. Because a group of more than eighty house and senate democrats have laid out their vision for a climate jobs. Program called the civilian climate core. That is expected to be part of this Three and a half trillion dollar Reconsider the budget reconciliation bill And this will be the The brown shirts who will be on patrol everywhere to make sure you would hearing to Your footprint and they will initially happy armed but eventually and they'll have tasers you know eventually it'll turn something much more insidious that's both parties are.

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"martin larsen" Discussed on No Agenda

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07:35 min | 6 months ago

"martin larsen" Discussed on No Agenda

"And now they're gone It's very disturbing and all that will be left will be boring asked big box stores. I'm seeing it in the hill country walmart now. Now i go to walmart. Lots of people wearing masks now because oh the delta varian and that was pretty good it sounds good. You should probably yeah. You should probably definitely not clip. It is not that easy to do. Good shape it's really. It's not easy at all. You nailed it. Quick little Climate change we have the horrific floods in germany belgium. Also in the netherlands not not often mentioned on dimension. China don't know we're not gonna talk about china at all. But i think this was a mistake that npr should not have aired this as As edited and broadcast taino. You have been out. In one of the worst hit towns you spent yesterday talking to people there. What are they saying about how this happened. Yes spoke to several. Pbs today in the town of the people who had suffered incredible damage to their homes. Dozens of people in this town died in this disaster and the one thing everyone was talking about was how unnatural. All of this seem. The rain was nothing like anyone had ever seen. Before the way that the tiny creek that runs through this town the filled up from below a foot deep to twenty five feet deep in a matter of a few hours as water rushed down into this valley as spoke to resident martin larsen about this and he thought climate change was definitely a part of this but he also listed other culprits behind the severity of the flooding. Here's what he said. This type of flooding is not normal. This type of rain is not normal and the consequences of not the main things probably infrastructure. Now probably been building everywhere hair. We hear you asphalted. Everything's paved. The river is straight the is not bending back and forth. It's been manipulated by man throughout the years. It's nice and and shallow and it's just cozy one comes high water it's a germany is europe's most populous country. It's about the size of new mexico but it has more than eighty million people in that area. So it's populations fairly dense and there are so many towns like the one i visited yesterday that are built along waterways that are highly engineered and urban management to prevent these extreme weather events from causing so much damage is something that german officials will likely start analyzing more closely in the aftermath of this tragedy. So note that the The german who was speaking didn't mention climate change at all. You know you can say a million times. Well it's not just climate change. You know this guy also think now all we heard guy never said it's also climate change and then he said look. You manipulated the river for years. The river straight now straight as an arrow. You've manipulated nature. You made it nice and shallow and pleasant but yeah when something goes wrong then we drown wasn't just the same when we the show released ten years ago when they had the flooding and it was the same kind of thing they screwed up. I mean they blame it on climate change but they screwed up and i think it was germany or austria someplace and it was the same thing they took the trees out of force us to be here and they flat in the mountain and they did this. They did that and then they had this horrible situation. It's not a new new story is like a repeat well. So here's a here's something to ponder as something estrogen brought up as we were sipping some oban in west texas has been very strange weather to say the least. We've had a lot of weird things going on in the past year and the and we had another outrageous thunder and lightning and rainstorm here Was it Yesterday before yesterday. So what do we have in taxes. We have an entire swath of texas is west. Texas is filled with windmills and we have other swath filled with solar arrays and g made a point that besides the fact that the earth should be slowing down because of these things are rotation it. He's he's of the opinion that it is already changing weather patterns and perhaps We won't be able to change it back because if you all of a sudden change the way. The wind works the way. The wind blows by placing enormous resistance. You going to get a split of of of wind going around The same goes for solar arrays are of course actually called solar collectors. So there's a lot of light that is not refracting back to the clouds or creating heat so we are in fact with windmills and solar panels creating a form of climate change that we have no idea what the consequences could be crazy. I've i thought it was a good theory. I think it needs. If i saw some engineering data that would indicate that these things do much more than nothing in terms of the these giant. The weather system is a monster and these are little piddly things that are sitting down there spinning around little piddly things you've seen if you go out to the moon and look down. You won't see him. You can't get past the dome. I'm just saying these are little piddly things in the scheme of things no. They're big huge but they're just a big rotating propeller and the i don't even see the dead birds and I'm just not buying. I don't think there's enough to to make a difference. i. I'd like to see some engineering members. Okay i'm done with that. Absolutely if you could show me one one scintilla i like you said scintilla god. That's a dan bongino thing. Have you been listening to dan. Bongino no strange because it's catching and people are whenever you hear someone say again. Good evidence if you in less. But i like the idea because it does make sense that you you're there is a lot of energy sucked up by the solar array that could be would normally be bouncing around and hitting the ground and warming it up and growing things and now instead of just gets absorbed into that that system that gets absorbed disappears into electricity. That gets used which recycles it but well. It doesn't really matter. Because a group of more than eighty house and senate democrats have laid out their vision for a climate jobs. Program called the civilian climate core. That is expected to be part of this Three and a half trillion dollar Reconsider the budget reconciliation bill And this will be the The brown shirts who will be on patrol everywhere to make sure you would hearing to Your footprint and they will initially happy armed but eventually they'll have tasers you know eventually it'll turn something much more insidious that's both parties are.

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"martin larsen" Discussed on No Agenda

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07:34 min | 6 months ago

"martin larsen" Discussed on No Agenda

"And now they're gone It's very disturbing and all that will be left will be boring ass big box stores. I'm seeing it in the hill country walmart now. Now i go to walmart. Lots of people wearing masks now because oh the delta varian and that was pretty good. Sounds good. You should probably yeah. You should probably definitely not clip. It is not that easy to do. Good shape it's really. It's not easy at all. You nailed it. Quick little Climate change we have the horrific floods in germany belgium. Also in the netherlands not not often mentioned on dimension. China don't know we're not gonna talk about china at all. But i think this was a mistake that npr should not have aired this as As edited and broadcast taino. You have been out. In one of the worst hit towns you spent yesterday talking to people there. What are they saying about how this happened. Yes spoke to several. Pbs today in the town of the people who had suffered incredible damage to their homes. Dozens of people in this town died in this disaster and the one thing everyone was talking about was how unnatural. All of this seem. The rain was nothing like anyone had ever seen. Before the way that the tiny creek that runs through this town the filled up from below a foot deep to twenty five feet deep in a matter of a few hours as water rushed down into this valley as spoke to resident martin larsen about this and he thought climate change was definitely a part of this but he also listed other culprits behind the severity of the flooding. Here's what he said. This type of flooding is not normal. This type of rain is not normal and the consequences of not the main things probably infrastructure. Now probably been building everywhere hair everywhere. We hear you asphalted. Everything's paved. The river is straight the is not bending back and forth. It's been manipulated by man throughout the years. It's nice and and shallow and it's just cozy one comes high water it's a germany is europe's most populous country. It's about the size of new mexico but it has more than eighty million people in that area. So it's populations fairly dense and there are so many towns like the one i visited yesterday that are built along waterways that are highly engineered and urban management to prevent these extreme weather events from causing so much damage is something that german officials will likely start analyzing more closely in the aftermath of this tragedy. So note that the The german who was speaking didn't mention climate change at all. You know you can say a million times. Well it's not just climate change. You know this guy. Also think not all we heard guy never said it's also climate change and then he said look. You manipulated the river for years. The river straight now straight as an arrow. You've manipulated nature. You made it nice and shallow and pleasant but yeah when something goes wrong then we drown wasn't just the same when we the show released ten years ago when they had the flooding and it was the same kind of thing they screwed up. I mean they blame it on climate change but they screwed up and i think it was germany or austria or someplace and it was the same thing they took the trees out of force us to be here and they flat in the mountain and they did this. They did that and then they had this horrible situation. It's not a new new story is like a repeat well. So here's a here's something to ponder as something estrogen brought up as we were sipping some oban in west texas has been very strange weather to say the least. We've had a lot of weird things going on in the past year and the and we had another outrageous thunder and lightning and rainstorm here. was it Yesterday before yesterday. So what do we have in taxes. We have an entire swath of texas is west. Texas is filled with windmills and we have other swath filled with solar arrays and g made a point that besides the fact that the earth should be slowing down because of these things are rotation it. He's he's of the opinion that it is already changing weather patterns and perhaps we won't be able to change it back because if you all of a sudden change the way. The wind works the way. The wind blows by placing enormous resistance. You going to get a split of of of wind going around The same goes for solar arrays are of course actually called solar collectors. So there's a lot of light that is not refracting back to the clouds or creating heat so we are in fact with windmills and solar panels creating a form of climate change that we have no idea what the consequences could be crazy. I've i thought it was a good theory. I think it needs. If i saw some engineering data that would indicate that these things do much more than nothing in terms of the these giant. The weather system is a monster and these are little piddly things that are sitting down there spinning around little piddly things you've seen if you go out to the moon and look down. You won't see him. You can't get past the dome. I'm just saying these are little piddly things in the scheme of things no. They're big huge but they're just a big rotating propeller and the i don't even see the dead birds and I'm just not buying. I don't think there's enough to to make a difference. i. I'd like to see some engineering members. Okay i'm done with that. Absolutely if you could show me one one scintilla i like you said scintilla god. That's a dan bongino thing. Have you been listening to dan. Bongino no strange because it's catching and people are whenever you hear someone say again. Good evidence if you in less. But i like the idea because it does make sense that you you're there is a lot of energy sucked up by the solar array that could be would normally be bouncing around and hitting the ground and warming it up and growing things and now instead of just gets absorbed into that that system that gets absorbed disappears into electricity. That gets used which recycles it but well. It doesn't really matter. Because a group of more than eighty house and senate democrats have laid out their vision for a climate jobs. Program called the civilian climate core. That is expected to be part of this Three and a half trillion dollar Reconsider the budget reconciliation bill And this will be the The brown shirts who will be on patrol everywhere to make sure you would hearing to Your footprint and they will initially happy armed but eventually they'll have tasers you know and eventually it'll turn something much more insidious both parties when.

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"martin larsen" Discussed on Environment: NPR

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03:45 min | 6 months ago

"martin larsen" Discussed on Environment: NPR

"To germany now where crews are cleaning up after the worst floods the region has seen nearly six decades more than one hundred sixty people have died. The damage amounts to billions of dollars. Now germans are asking what role climate change may be playing and how to keep this from happening again. Npr's rob schmitz has been out surveying the destruction. He joins us from the flood. Region near bonn. Hey rob emyr lewis. So i know you have been out. In one of the worst hit towns. You spent yesterday talking to people there. What are they saying about how this happened. Yes spoke to several yesterday. In the town of knowing of isla people who had suffered incredible damage to their homes. Dozens of people in this town died in this disaster and the one thing everyone was talking about was how unnatural all of the seem. The rain was nothing like anyone had ever seen. Before the way the tiny creek that runs through this town the are filled up from below a foot deep to twenty five feet deep in a matter of a few hours as water rushed down into this valley as spoke to resident martin larsen about this and he thought climate change was definitely a part of this but he also listed other culprits behind the severity of the flooding. Here's what he said. This type of flooding is not normal. This type of rain is not normal. The consequences of not for the main thing is probably infrastructure. Now you've probably been building everywhere where we hear you asphalted. Everything's paved the river straight. Yeah it's not bending back and forth. It's been manipulated by man throughout the years. It's nice and and shallow and it's just cozy but when it comes high water it's a germany is europe's most populous country. It's about the size of new mexico but it has more than eighty million people in that area so its population is fairly dense and there are so many towns like the one i visited yesterday that are built along waterways that are highly engineered and urban management to prevent these extreme weather events from causing so much damage is something that german officials will likely start analyzing more closely in the aftermath of this tragedy. What were people telling you about how the government has handled this rub. What's been the response on a local level. I think people are pretty satisfied. You know you had military personnel firemen and women police all there in droves helping people and i think that that was really it was pretty overwhelming and i think people really happy about that on a federal level with the high powered politicians. I think germans are probably thinking about. Gosh you know. This is a big election-year and the green party is a candidate. That's in the running and this is a party that has been warning everyone about climate change and extreme weather events for years so it could very well help their chances and rob before i let you go. I wonder if you would just paint a picture. Leave us with an image as americans. Try to get our heads around what exactly germany's grappling with. Yeah the devastation. That i saw just in this one. Town mary louise. We're talking about several towns. That are just like this one town and when you think about that and you times it by ten or even more you realize that there are so many people here that have lost their homes. They've lost their loved ones. They've lost all of their belongings. But i think for me. The thing that lasts is just the community spirit. That i saw in the town that i went to yesterday. People were helping each other out. People had friends and family coming from all over the region. And so i think that's what really stuck with me is. Npr's rob schmitz joining us from the flood zone in western germany. Thank you robyn thank you..

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After Fatal Floods, Germans Look at How Climate Change Contributed

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02:05 min | 6 months ago

After Fatal Floods, Germans Look at How Climate Change Contributed

"To germany now where crews are cleaning up after the worst floods the region has seen nearly six decades more than one hundred sixty people have died. The damage amounts to billions of dollars. Now germans are asking what role climate change may be playing and how to keep this from happening again. Npr's rob schmitz has been out surveying the destruction. He joins us from the flood. Region near bonn. Hey rob emyr lewis. So i know you have been out. In one of the worst hit towns. You spent yesterday talking to people there. What are they saying about how this happened. Yes spoke to several yesterday. In the town of knowing of isla people who had suffered incredible damage to their homes. Dozens of people in this town died in this disaster and the one thing everyone was talking about was how unnatural all of the seem. The rain was nothing like anyone had ever seen. Before the way the tiny creek that runs through this town the are filled up from below a foot deep to twenty five feet deep in a matter of a few hours as water rushed down into this valley as spoke to resident martin larsen about this and he thought climate change was definitely a part of this but he also listed other culprits behind the severity of the flooding. Here's what he said. This type of flooding is not normal. This type of rain is not normal. The consequences of not for the main thing is probably infrastructure. Now you've probably been building everywhere where we hear you asphalted. Everything's paved the river straight. Yeah it's not bending back and forth. It's been manipulated by man throughout the years. It's nice and and shallow and it's just cozy but when it comes high water it's a germany is europe's most populous country. It's about the size of new mexico but it has more than eighty million people in that area so its population is fairly dense and there are so many towns like the one i visited yesterday that are built along waterways that are highly engineered and urban management to prevent these extreme weather events from causing so much damage is something that german officials will likely start analyzing more closely in the aftermath of this tragedy.

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"martin larsen" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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08:13 min | 1 year ago

"martin larsen" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Four expansion teams including two new, all women teams. Also on all twelve of those teams we vines take home the Elias. Cup in Kyle let's start there. You're on the defending champion Portland lumberjacks along with West melot. Chris. Pray their Martin Larsen. Impact Hanrahan, how you like in the squad this season. Guys thanks for having me on the show and the lumberjacks we are pumped to the League. This year you know we had the, we had the draft during the summer and the PBA draft has really been exciting time for us. You know leading up to the League and and we made a few changes on our team. This year only been able to keep myself a lot and pray Sir. But but man, we added a great lefty, a handle lefty and probably one of the most accurate. bowlers overseas right now and Martin Larsen. So we've backed the team and we're ready to defend the cup. Now, all of the teams are named after you know they represent cities and the lumberjacks are not Portland Oregon there. PORTLAND. Maine because that is actually the home earliest the normal home of the PGA League at Bayside Bowl. You lost a little bit of Home Field Advantage with moving to Virginia there will be no fan. So what is it GONNA be like? First off what is going to be your approach losing kind of that home field advantage and there's more teams involved now and then two with no fans anybody who has watched the PBA league bayside. Bowl is rock as it is not what you would describe as a typical bowling environment. The fans are super into it. So what is that going to be like moving away from Bayside Bowl and also not having fans? So it was definitely a little disheartening for a lot of a lot of the guys whenever we knew that we wouldn't be going to Portland Maine. 'cause we love it up there they love bowling they advertise the way bowling should be you know if nobody's seen it you know you could see the excitement that they bring to the lane. So yeah, we're not gonNa have that especially bringing the cup. You know wanting to defend at four Portland. We might lose a little disadvant- or a little advantage not having the hometown team, but you know the new this new location it's going to be a new about the league also because there's not going to be fans. So I think the one interesting thing is it's GonNa. It's GonNa be interesting to see how the players react to not having fans on. Television. You know we're used to always have a noise and people there and and It can feel like a little lonely lane sometimes you know being that I was able to compete in the summer during some of the events, and so I'm really looking forward to that and I think it's GonNa Bring the team chemistry in the play even more and You know it's going to see who? Can work together the fastest and and have the best communication, and so I'm really looking forward to it though because I think we got a lot of steel in town or team and and You know we're looking forward to bring in a show the new vibe onto television with the League without fans hopefully admin some friendly banter in on some trash talk between the teams got entertained the fans. Now. The PVA can be such a one on one individual sport I mean ninety, five percent of the time. It's singles you on the other hand though also thrive in a doubles format won two doubles titles with Yes. Response in. So what about the PBA makes is so different and what what do you love about teaming up with people 'cause you're very good as his on your own, but you seem to take it to another level when there's other people involved on a team with you. Yeah, that's the beautiful thing about the League is that we do get the bowl Abakar team format. So we each only get the ball to frames. So I really one, we don't get to compete in team environments very much on torso. It's really exciting to be able to partner up with four of the top sixty vollers in the world really being able to work together because we're going to. figure out things from one another that we might not get to learn in the singles competition and to that Baker format it just really makes each shot Heathrow that much more important but also then brings the excitement because, hey, I'm only getting two shots a game you best believe the picks going to be flying or I'm going to be making some noise when whatever strike because we've gotTa make them count. You mentioned bowling over the summer with the return of the the the summer series summer swing King. King of the lanes. The PGA tour finals. What has bowling been like for you in the era of Cova because I'm a bowler myself. My alleys still shut down we have in bold since. March. So what does it mean for you? You know rolling with the draft was supposed to be in March at the I believe it was the Te'o see that got postponed obviously summer's been funky and now the PGA is back with no fans. What is this whole summer been like for you as a pro bowler. Yeah. So you know obviously if we rewind back to March real quick whenever everything Kinda shut down at the end of March The first few months it was pretty crazy You know luckily I, if there had to be a break I felt like I came at a pretty good time just because we were on the line on the road for eleven weeks straight. So for me I really wasn't too much to do the first month month and a half I just enjoyed the time off. You know spend a lot of time of family stayed indoors try to say from all the Kovic and you know luckily Blair when the PBA they made those the summer clash to strike. Derby. King in lanes and the tour finals, we were able to compete in those with a limited field of being the top eight. So I was able to luckily prepare for those events a little bit We had a center here in North Carolina that was open a little early luckily. So I was able to get on the lanes a little bit, but now North Carolina. Actually you know allowed bowling centers open with certain capacities. So now it's great to see just the state of North Carolina getting back to bowling and the few places we traveled down to Florida You know they were able to have centers open for a while, but you know the other good thing was Blair and the PDA now they followed a lot of A. Lot of safety procedures, you know social distancing, limited fields, temperature checks. You know anytime, we were allowed in the bowling center and they were really following all the state guidelines for Bowling Alley covent procedures. So it's been a different world but man, I've been able to do some bowling the game my game feels good. You know I did win the tour finals for. The third title of the year and number six total say it's been a different world but you know it's a lot of time to focus on myself and really just trying work hard as much as I can right now during the off season. So when we get to fire back up in the league and and I'll be ready as best as I can be. We're speaking with Kyle troop. Six time winner on the PGA tour we're talking about his getting ready. His eagerness is excitement for the League which returns to Fox. September twenty seven. It's a Sunday in over the course of the week lap six, two hour shows with sixty of the best bowlers in the world men and women, and then you hear me say that Kyle twelve hours of coverage over the course of a week. Between the increase coverage via with the partnership with Fox Sports I've seen an increase in purses talk to me about this boom period we seem to be in for bowling because. Taking my glasses off as a as a bowler and bowling fan. Obviously, it was huge back in the eighties and nineties ESPN, and there was a bit of a lull and now it's booming again and there are so many young stars that are starting to become visible i. Am Belmont, obviously, not super young, but Anthony Simonsen has been making the rounds yourself. There are so many quality, young Bowlers, boom period talked me about that and what it's like being a part of this kind of bowling renaissance. At all stems back to Valero and the PBA Valera purchase the PBA back late, two, thousand, eighteen the partnership with Fox's well between these two combinations It's just been a plethora of Bowling Events I. Bowl Fox was huge being able to be televised. On F S One they're running a lot of replays and stuff too. So we have a lot more a lot more viewership time A. Lot more is on bowling and there's a lot more money to be bowling for right now, Valero has tossed in so much money with the different.

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"martin larsen" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

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"martin larsen" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

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