19 Burst results for "Matt Sort"

"matt sort" Discussed on Post Reports

Post Reports

04:23 min | 8 months ago

"matt sort" Discussed on Post Reports

"She goes to see a doctor named dr leo brancaccio. He's in morgantown. West virginia relatively close to where she is. She drives there with her mom. Some other members of her family and at that appointment she. Here's some really really bad news. She hers at her baby. Has polycystic kidney disease. The baby has no working kidneys and underdeveloped lungs What is the what you do in that scenario like. Is there a treatment for that or any way to be able to help a fetus. That is in that situation. Well the partners can vary but in brooklyn case. It was particularly severe form of poly cystic kidney disease and she went into dr brancaccio. He told her others. There's no way you're your baby. Is you know if it survives two term. It's going to die very soon after it's born. And what was the advice that dr brancaccio gave her in that moment. She said he told her that. In his professional opinion it was not a good idea for her to continue the pregnancy. He explained the given the baby's prognosis. It would be unlikely to live more than a few hours after birth and he told her that there could be risks to her health if she carried out the pregnancy that was something that she really needed to consider and weigh seriously when she was making her decision. And you know. Dr brancaccio is not alone making matt sort of evaluation. I reached out to a lot of different maternal fetal medicine specialists while i was reporting the story and they told me that they would advise a patient in brooklyn situation to consider termination. But one thing you should know about brooklyn and her family is that. They're all extremely opposed to abortion. She says that in that room right. They're hearing that news. She did think about it but even though there were going to be risk associated with the pregnancy and even though she knew the baby was almost certainly gonna die..

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"matt sort" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

07:11 min | 8 months ago

"matt sort" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"Concerts different. Be crazy matt sort. Of course as you said on one of the good v was going on ladies and gentlemen was going on. Mario moon ghia corpus christi texas in the rest of the whole wide world. We are back like we never left. Because for me every day is fucking friday especially looking at this beautiful window and seeing the Shine yo what phantoms. Nobody can see you chant. Oh pardon wednesdays good morning or woah. What up wait what up. What up what up is all voire goodbye or hello probably or is it goodbye. Look at mario looking like the trap guide over here. No mine is how would you talk. You'll be looking at on tv though. I think it's do before shabbat right. Y'all photoshop sky. You could do grease screen on sky. Don't try to fool. The people could do whole doing greece. I why am doing green screen. We talking are you watching the replay. High you'd look right now. Your traps deadlocks looks fake. He's got the schwartzenegger. he put his head. You know how when you go to the carnival. They got the wooden cut out. I muscles doing win face. I know king king. Eileen l we hope we hope. I'm when i'm way off the scale this morning fucking tired though not gonna lie so on a scale this morning and you're one eighty when eighty two. Yeah when's the last time you've been eighty jam dog probably two thousand eighteen two thousand nineteen. Maybe not even two thousand nine hundred seventeen eighteen. I think it's been a while. Because remember like i boquet up around two thousand fifteen in get in powerlifting and like nineteen. I started trying to cut aganst. Yeah it's probably one thousand nine hundred something like that. I got i got down to what seventy five at that time but the question is do you fold on the pressure or is this fun for you because aj that's what we talked to my hell fold under pressure. He said nah chant. No no and that's why i had to join. I had a great great topic today. Plus we got should deja green one of my favorite fighters on the planet. Yeah we're going to have ron on the later so get a chance. A do you fold under pressure and be do you believe. Aj when he says he doesn't into this is fun for him. I do not fold. That's first off second off no you don't fold. Aj's into the bright light aj. Is the bright lights. You know it don't get much brighter than him. And i'll be honest with you. As good as i think sickest pound for pound i think at this stage with this era of super heavyweights I just don't know if he's going to be able to hang. It's like i think the skillset combined with the size is too much. But you know. I think i got it. I don't think he buckles. I don't think he folds. I just don't think he's built like that. I don't think you can get to where guys like you know. Aj wilder in usa have been and Crawl under the table at the first sign of distress or second signer third sign so it is twelve days out. I i will say. I do feel a lack of promotion for this fight. You know usually matchroom pulls out all the stops and definitely has all the bills and whistles and and i mean a current unified for bell heavyweight versus a former undisputed heavyweight and. I'm sure he'll get the email and and we'll be told to bring all his belts so it looks good. But it's getting. Why is boxing as a whole continuing to do this last week. Seven week promotion. Or we're gonna rampant up in the last seven days we're going to spend tons of money on marketing and because people's mind i guess they're thinking i guess there's statistics out there. I mean i know the times the the is is terrible right like i would timespan of certain things is like minute so maybe the data indicates don't promote a fight sixty days out. I feel like it's wrong. I feel like at a site at a mind. Those phrases been around for years for reason. again at a site at amman. If you're not talking about something if you're not giving us something to talk about we will move onto the next thing to talk about. Just how it works Now you're absolutely right. That's that's how it works. And and the thing is for me. Like i remember the days whereas like delahoya was like five months out here and i'm saying and and they had these promotional strategies the way they would hit but it just it felt like the it felt like everything was building to those moments. You know it doesn't necessarily feel like this now. And i don't know if it's because of social media and tick-tock in how everybody's perceptions and and you know focus is just not as attentive. I guess as it used to be. Maybe that's the problem We live in a world of scroll. And i think that at this point. I've seen plenty on. Josh lewin sick plenty just none of it's really stuck. None of it's really like made mainstream boxing news. You know it's mostly relegated to those of us on twitter and social media that are always there and always ready to catch the story so No i agree with you champion. And it's a good card you know lawrence a koley's on the card callum smith on the card You know i think campbell hatton is going to fight again. If i'm not mistaken. Which would be like his third profile. Mistaken. so you know. There's a lot to like about this card a lot to like about it and yet i agree. It still fills like I don't know. I think because it's not fight week. Let's let's wait till fight weaken letsie.

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"matt sort" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

06:11 min | 9 months ago

"matt sort" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"On to this. So what you do is someone will send you a match and you take copious notes which he sent me this thing. I noticed i started like. Oh my gosh. It was like four pages of stuff here. I said we'll just watch it while we go. So you send the notes back and then you do what we're doing now we're going to watch it together. Yeah and that's the thing is. I tried to explain things as well as i can. Using analogies and stuff with my notes and yes i've you know i've typed four thousand words for ten minute match so that they can then watch the match back and read the notes and try to understand everything as it's presented and then when we do the zoom call afterwards. Once they've read the notes we schedule the one hour zoom. Then we do this. And i pull the up and we watch it back so that i don't have to discuss every minute detail that i brought up in my notes but point out the key ones and they can ask questions if some of the notes they didn't understand and there's been a couple of occasions where they said they understood the notes after watching back really well and we ended up just talking about other stuff and didn't even watch the match matt because they thought they got a good grasp on what i said but sometimes just seeing it back while it's being explained that they can understand it so then we we bring up the match and again it's it's you. And who've he title versus mask from fall brawl super super bowl super bowl. Ninety eight february twenty-second nine hundred eighty eight. Yes if you're a peacock member in in the states it's harder to find their now but it'll come up eventually. Let's see here. How do i. This was at the cow palace and san francisco and like you said title versus mask so now lance is going to go to the actual match and and once again. I have no idea how this works. An actual student here having lance storm analyze this match. And i chose this match because i didn't want it to be something where i was totally awful and i didn't want it to be something fairly new kind of just at the end of the early stages of my career i've been in the business for about seven and a half years at this point and i remember i always liked this match but i haven't watched it since it happened so i have no idea what to expect i. I'm not sure i'd ever seen it before to be honest or good. That's perfect then. So it's it's it's good. It's good A good one for you to watch too which you've already watched so. Yeah yeah and this is where again. Like two point. Oh positives as well and it's like this is something that people need to be aware of two. It's the look like a star address like a star. I believe you just recently turned heel. And it's like you got a new vast you've got your ear and it's you know looking professional. Although one story. I want to remember because you just tore up a fan sign. I know that you know looked down upon now because people get too upset over. Yeah because it's their personal property and people have actually been sued really. Yes there was a wb ho show that i went to a and you are on it. I think it was when you had the reverse brock listener deal where you were just working. How shows right right right right and you had your match. You know you might not you usually a baby face in that regard so maybe it was When you were on the roster it was it was way back two thousand five. I happen to work to house shows. Because it was calgary and edmonton but i was working on raw. And they sent me to smackdown work with brock. The only two times ever worked with brock. You're talking about. I don't remember but you were a heal- in this match and you'd had left the ringside area after matt sort of all temper tantrum. You i think you had actually the guy over. But it wasn't calgary but it was somewhere that was at and there was a fan there with sign you grabbed it and tore it up and you just up and you walk back like you did here and the kids started crying and i noticed that the dad started getting really upset and he had three kids in his one. Kid was bali. And i'm like oh crap. And i ran to the back real quick and i grabbed john. Comb and i said there's a fan out here that just had assign ripped up. The kids really upset. Is there anything you can do. And he's like yeah you're right and he ran and grabbed a quick swag bag of stuff and went out and gave it to the and the dad calm down because he was getting real irate that yeah how dare this person you know. Make my kid upset and they got us a swag bag out of it. But it's and i know It was back when i was training. Vw cornet had the yellow people because they had knocked a fans baseball hat off by hitting the brim of the hat. And cornet was like you're realizing the state is like that can be charged as assault. Gotta be really careful now. It's sometimes i say that f. It's like dude. You gotta be careful what you say on twitter these people. You can't just call somebody a fatso or whatever it is. I don't care. I'm like yeah but you don't understand man other people do so by the way if you guys wanna watch along with us like we said it's super bowl ninety eight gericault versus who've quick story. I got that jacket airbrushed at the local mall with a picture of my face on the back. There's actually an airbrushing guy there and to think i'm wearing a black arm banks. I think lewis had just passed away because there was the black. It doesn't last the match because it was taped but it lasted for a while. Oh yeah just falls off yet but yeah this was a big deal with the lucia's lure starting lose their mask yet bischoff didn't want the guys have masks so he took ray and hooves mask spoiler alert But yeah it's titled versus mask and this is where to and i don't know whether you're just being your Recoilless self as a heel but the you refusing to take the belt off. It's like i. I just thought was great symbolism with its mask vs belt. He's wearing his mask. I'm wearing my belt. I ain't taking this damn thing off and you start the match with the belt because normally i would hate this stuff because i again. I'm you're far more open to whacking us than i am. Yeah to say the least this absolutely absolutely but the idea is that you'd be watching this and not know you you wouldn't know me so you would the symbolism but i think the reason why i was so Such a jerk..

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"matt sort" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

05:11 min | 10 months ago

"matt sort" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

"Like all of service. yeah. I role in the house. Barks clover forever to get me. Ever go gay guinea paul. Okay let him finish his thought. Before i dumping ruth gordon gesture on west now. That's okay. I just love Your your Accurate station of all the maggots. And i can wings at day. Thank you steph. I had to ask that that. What you read from psycho boy The fur hat viking. Yes whack job. What were you reading from a text attacks. No that wasn't the biking boy that was that was the landowner boy video for his mom. The gladdy roman gladiator moms are online. If you haven't seen him yet or whatever but he looks like he looks like like all the other. Gladiators have died and they're now making the roman senate get out of the bath house. Yeah the like the turkey leg greece off their face and go to war. You like me. And so he's got facebook live for his mom. Yeah he lives with that online. Do indeed indeed yes. Yeah yeah guy. Roman gladiator we will tweet it out after the show so you can check it out. Yeah the number of times he says mom. Yeah it's kind of glorious. Whatever you got to get another series you need to be on. Tv i appreciate that. Yes he is right now right this second. But you're right that's right to be on. Tv everywhere sides my my livestream. Every single day by hawker by karuk that was that was your query spokane. You call turn gay crowd shirt and you have the lab rats. I'm honored kids merger. Talk soup crowd. They're they're mixed in with the zoltan from dude. Where's my car. I love the crowd. It's kind of a fluid. Like i got better things to do than watch. Tv all the time. So i just have it on in the background while. I'm getting dressed. Maybe a cross between elaborates inquiries folks. No well i know matt sort of rolling you all the time and that kind of stuff that kind of thing. It gets lindsey graham in trouble. That's it that's where you get a in the middle of the night and russian. You have to click google translate on this up again. Yes thank you. Oh just me. And the realm in the club. Did you go to church tomorrow unique. Thank you okay if you missed sex of the virtual tour first of all your doofus and second of all how sparks as ruth ginsburg as gordon. When she was used gordon. Ginsburg telling everybody to get on live forever and that and that by the way that whole thing and that was just like a couple of weeks before she passed us and a little more pressing than i wanted to be. But this is one of my things where this is my message to the protest vote crowd and the people and the hold your nose crowd and the both parties are the same crowd and all that nonsense they're like we need to muzzle joe. Manchin blah blah blah. Look we have fifty fifty split right now..

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"matt sort" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

08:41 min | 11 months ago

"matt sort" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"Well yeah of course. The big change between the eighties and nineties was the end of the cold war for one. And you've got all those kind of arguments running around d. c. here about you know a peace dividend and so forth and of course as far as You know doj goes. You've got that that beginning to concentrate on the rise in urban crime especially from the drug entreprise operations in in the late nineteen eighty s and so we see the the rise of the streets task forces and You know the bureau itself is shifting agents from counterintelligence counterterrorism since they were basically together at that point to to these criminal major organized crime type investigations and that seems to be the focus until until one more. Yeah you know. obviously there. There was a rising issue of international terrorism through the nineties. He had the the first world trade center bombing. And then you eventually have the the coal and Yeah the bombing of the us cole in our embassies in kenya and tanzania so there was some some concentration there because by by ninety nine we create our counterterrorism division so basically creating that investigative component at headquarters to provide support to to the the wider range of counter-terrorism investigations across the country. And when's the i j. Ttf it's actually earlier. She atf's nineteen eighty four new york right and that arises out of basically the the fragments of the weather underground and and some of those groups. They had a bank robbery task. Force i and they realized that you know after the Oh gosh was the brinks robbery and You know the bombing of francis tavern that they really should be concentrating You know in in the similar manner with the nypd on terrorism and the jt ttf model kind of grows a little slowly and then of course explodes post nine eleven when You know A crofton director muller say that there should be. Jt fs in every field office and amazing. How that can galvanize change so you know some of this post. Nine eleven history will be more familiar to listeners. At least those of a certain age. But one thing i do on talk about. Is you know after nine eleven. Obviously there's no legislative change in the form of the patriot act. There's at least a momentary consensus that we need to be doing more more aggressively on the counterintelligence front to include ct most of all. But there's also a pretty strong Sentiment among some that. The fbi should be split that we ought to follow the british model and have some kind of domestic security agency like m. I five without direct law enforcement authority in the bureau really resists this successfully so far some of that argument went with the idea while the the bureau's a bunch of cops and cops don't do intelligence. Well some of it was was the idea that actually may be if they weren't focusing so much on all these other things whether you know is the the criminal side of the mission or you know the service in law enforcement service side like Criminal justice information services. You know the all the the criminal history and fingerprints and other types of records matt sort of thing that they could concentrate specifically on on that and of course you know The the rtp had been a lot like the the bureau up until the early one thousand nine hundred eighty s. When they were they had their national security functions. Split off and ceases was was created. Yeah yes so so yeah. It wasn't argument muller made i think a very strong argument that really this all goes together so much because so many of the things that we are now worried about in our criminal mission. Whether it's you know money laundering to finance networks. Two major organized crime has ties to these wider terrorism issues as well and that You know really the failure. Perhaps biggest being you know failure to communicate on some of these issues was not a function per se of of the bureau being so law enforcement driven. But you know it was related to other things. And so in the end muller's argument. I think carried the day you obviously. Dhs was created but it never became that kind of m. i five type organization and nor nor the way it was put together. Could it have been right. You end up with some fuzzy borders in like just pd five between investigation and remediation of incident. But that's a different set of adjacency. One yeah you know. It's things are so complex and as you know and and the policy of integration i think of law enforcement and counterintelligence domestically not only does it prevent the bureau from being split but across the street in about oh six they create national security division which brings together intelligent lawyers and prosecutors under one that jt ttf model had actually been pretty active certainly Local law enforcement worked with reasonably well. Overall yoyo is certainly A sign that you know the fbi nypd could actually work together every now and then. There's some rough sledding. I remember a certain exchange of letters with jim. Uk well absolutely and of course you know you had those issues of Nypd wanting to basically send its own representatives to foreign intelligence organizations. And such you know again. Nothing's ever perfect but over that. Jt f model was really strong and they kind of tried to do something. Similar with the fusion cells right created In the wake of nine eleven as well so you know the idea that that law enforcement is divorced from intelligence never really flu which is probably a good thing because if you look at historically you know a lot of the intelligence agencies actually come from law enforcement routes even m i five and you know to to an extent my six and the fbi obviously has has had such a central role in it for so long that you would have been throwing out the baby with the bathwater by separating it and so now i know you're in a star in but like looking at the present moment and anticipating looking back at it ten years hence john and sort of what do you. What do you see. We've got domestic. Tessie me writing about twentieth century issues. I see understood. Well i won't press you press a little bit. I mean we've got domestic terrorism sort of on the rise. The bureau has been reporting that by the way for quite some time. Now and it's public testimony from chris array and others and you've got a now a national domestic terrorism policy coming out you've got cyber threats from nation state actors from sort of quasi private actors in nation states that are getting safe harbor and so forth ransomware. You've got all kinds of cyber directors and leaders being appointed trying to break down the silos. So it's it's an interesting mix of domestic terrorism and cold war nation state emphasis. We've moved from a c t focus to a that sort of so-called two plus three frame work with russia china and then iran north korea and violent extremists. The fifth what. What do you see in terms of potential synergies and successes that may emerge from this. What do you see as the risks. Like falling down that slippery slope to politicize domestic investigations. How we're going to succeed. What are we going to do to prevent the mistakes of the past from recurring in this new setting. I'd like a brief memo on my desk by tomorrow with answers to all of those questions also of course answer. That would be super awesome. Well well maybe maybe after the weekend at least a little time on that you know for starters on the whole cyber thing you know for ages. I've kind of been debating to myself for the most part whether or.

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What's Your Feeding Personality?

Healthy Eating For Kids

02:04 min | 1 year ago

What's Your Feeding Personality?

"Go through this parenting personalities. Note that i'll pick names of celebrities but he has absolutely nothing to do with their personalities. I promise is shirts for a bit of fun to help you. Identify with some of the different personalities that are associated with how we feed our showroom now the first style or personality. I want to talk to you about is righteous ranna. Now has a very strong belief about food and nutrition may be. She has strict rules about how to featuring she made it. Impossible at t's hungry right now. He just ate dinner or maybe she feels that kids shouldn't eat snacks or the shouldn't eat specific foods or she may have some preloaded behaviors and thoughts and beliefs about food. Like you must finish plate including all of your vegetables. Now that's right. Israel anna and please don't worry if matt sort of is the feeding personality that you identified with we all find ourselves in some of these personalities. It's just knowing that you may be swinging more to it. Ran and how you can change that. The next personality times cool indulgent isla. Now i hate confrontation so for example even at pizza sent for the menu day. She really worries that her child would go hungry when he refuses to eat dinner. So if her son or daughter says idaho one chicken and pat separate dinner. I want pizza then. Isla is more likely to say. Don't worry i'll make it right away. So indulgent isla is going to be catering to her child lights into slice and will always of a rescue meal.

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"matt sort" Discussed on Healthy Eating For Kids

Healthy Eating For Kids

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"matt sort" Discussed on Healthy Eating For Kids

"Go through this parenting personalities. Note that i'll pick names of celebrities but he has absolutely nothing to do with their personalities. I promise is shirts for a bit of fun to help you. Identify with some of the different personalities that are associated with how we feed our showroom now the first style or personality. I want to talk to you about is righteous ranna. Now has a very strong belief about food and nutrition may be. She has strict rules about how to featuring she made it. Impossible at t's hungry right now. He just ate dinner or maybe she feels that kids shouldn't eat snacks or the shouldn't eat specific foods or she may have some preloaded behaviors and thoughts and beliefs about food. Like you must finish plate including all of your vegetables. Now that's right. Israel anna and please don't worry if matt sort of is the feeding personality that you identified with we all find ourselves in some of these personalities. It's just knowing that you may be swinging more to it. Ran and how you can change that. The next personality times cool indulgent isla. Now i hate confrontation so for example even at pizza sent for the menu day. She really worries that her child would go hungry when he refuses to eat dinner. So if her son or daughter says idaho one chicken and pat separate dinner. I want pizza then. Isla is more likely to say. Don't worry i'll make it right away. So indulgent isla is going to be catering to her child lights into slice and will always of a rescue meal.

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"matt sort" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

Capes and Lunatics

08:27 min | 1 year ago

"matt sort" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

"Don't see every day i look. Yes but stuff like that even like marvel dc. It's just like you know. I mean you've got an alien standing there with you. Got a green kid who changes in the chain of different animals. Gotta cyborg standing airport. Oh go so crazy. It's the ghost part. I repeat the seeing them all mug and then like we'll be going away. I feel that it's gonna i guess. I think they shouldn't be so shocked. I mean they just try going at a literal demon like okay. Maybe they're shocked because the ghost were nice. Roma like oh my god. Ghost is like hugged each other and boot when way they didn't hurt or anything. Finally a supernatural thing. That was in trying to kill us ya. Maybe that's why maybe. But you're i think the big question would you stay in that apartment while now goes are all gone for six months living with debt by obviously would clear the dead bodies out so right yeah looks like they unearthed the nice little Fireplace looks like the deadlines were stuffed in a fireplace. Kathrina the wall. Anyway we could probably fix fireplace up. Maybe i mean yeah. I'd say but i'd be a little. Gimme the bbc news. Every once in a while i thought i was living with dead bodies for awhile. Go what you think. They'll i like. I mean i liked it. It was a nice little murder mystery. I mean it's always nice to see dick in the middle of a mystery. I mean some of the other ones. It's always like oh. Do we need the whole team for this because again it's like dick probably gonna solve this himself. Yeah but also saw the go so he was awesome. Invested trump is a team book. So i know. But i mean again. It could have been like when he helped on track down her stop. it was basically just him and her. I mean again like you said it was nice little one and done. Yeah next issues. Starts the crisis crossovers. I guess are dying. That would have been. You can have a little dick grayson. Maybe have corey with them. You know do a little murder mystery and then at the end oh all's well that ends well then they get a call from the rest of the team Yeah this guy just turned red. Cosmic stops going down. Say something actually say like we never get a day off or something. I think when the phone call doesn't say something like even doctors get a day off or something. Yeah yeah he says. You should be glad you waited. It's victor something tells me this evening's shot the blazes. Even doctors get occasional nights off-duty in the morning so they still get to go to their show so they did get nine. Oh but that. We're in funny if he'd been like i haven't had a day off since i've been eight real but hey they did that day off. They have one day on went on married. They didn't even have days off when he was a kid. 'cause he was working at the circus i know i mean not that anyone knew who they were but maybe to be pretty stupid they would tacked out. Wedding are every titans there. Anyone who's ever been at titan was there batman was there wonder woman was. There ain't superman. Was there nothing pretty stupid to attack. Maybe a of amazon's was there. Some live do your would there. Yeah exactly but i mean come on. Anyone was their star. Fires even sting bryan. You need to stop it. Superman wonder woman star fire night. You know all right. Yeah exactly So where are we gonna go. The titans help people get eternal rest. Sousa cute it was cute little story again like you said it's a team but it was like really didn't need the whole team. That was nice. Little bonding experience. I guess exactly. I mean you're you're relied when you all saw goes mystery together and you just stay and you just stand there with your mouth. Agape like what the heck the another busted a is still larry's of that a woman will. Yes because he's probably the hundred senator stereotype of the way they draw her hair. All cracking me up. The house is almost expecting those anymore. Scooby dude been like i would have gone away with the two. That hadn't been for you. Are you meddling titans but really. It was the ghost girl. Oh my god. So funny of they came in and like gore was like the shape of a dog. Like you guys have got away with the tube and unveiled for your kids. This you know what lady you should have buried the girl in the bible with their parents and this wouldn't have happened why guessing it probably took her to track the girl downs. And it's like do you go back and like redo the wall and everything. Oh exactly again. Where the curls ad. I mean we that were spirits at rest now with their parents who todo or the girl's body is true so actually we need a proud while where his money probably in the river or something but it's just like in. The drink does about her spirits at rest. That's right that's what's most important. I guess she's at risk because he found their parents. But it's like well. Yeah you're freed. The found the the parents bodies based on her body togetherness yes so happy together in light when we haven't together in death i guess me up. So why does it take the girls. Six months there manifest yourself every time. I don't know maybe she's hoping that the people after six months are invested enough in the army that they will leave. Right away or if. They're not renovating after six months ago. Cag- ought to do this. Like i could be because someone could just when he did that apartment toward on the wall and be like hey snap that. No yup well. Obviously that person wasn't dick because he's managed apartment six months and still hasn't even on packed all the way or you know have been good. Detective story Nice little team up between dick and jericho. because isn't he like an amateur detective to are injured dicken. Joey are the two biggest ones on the team at this point. A bit detecting as well. Excuse for nice little buddy cop think that's true that's true all right anything else on that. I think that's what's happening next week. Bill aren't remember. We still have two more weeks of titans stuff because next week. New titans fifty five and fifty seven alone issues. Yeah the coins out about jason todd and the other one. Oh is this the other one where i on it goes from. People wonder girl was a troia. Yeah i think it's a new dot. Yes new costume. Yeah yup yup. Yup it's interesting like Like i taught like me. And i will and matt sorted green lantern podcast. 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"matt sort" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"matt sort" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

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"matt sort" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

WhyWeWork BrianVee

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"matt sort" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

"Yeah that are our study working and so you have the work ethic the addition To keep at it than just keep keeping Definitely a guy to make time for family in a well balanced and spent some time in nature and that sorta thing to cheer solid close nature And so i get out and walk and Decompress matt sort of thing but Either of of maybe when you're younger there's a mistake that you made or someone gave you some lessons that you just really were not ready or mature enough to learn from at the time. Is there any sort of things that you've learned from lessons like that mistakes or lessons given but not taken advantage of sorrows plugging on here. But i heard your question. yes There's a lot of lessons learned Money that comes easy goes easy but later on in life you might not. It might not come easy so if you are fortuitous early on don't take it for granted if you can In a try to think of your future self Because i've made a lot of mistakes in that lesson. Yeah unfortunate to learn it. But it's still i'd learn more than one time to didn't take tak- i learned my lesson the first time and then also don't loan money I've went out money before. When i have lots of extra body. The a paid back. Think i saw one of your tweets someone tweety. Hey peter will you pay my rent. Yes the other day people get money. People due to grow by social media pages participate high contests that sort of a. I do some I've been involved in some sort of lance. Repeat i've random people ask me read doesn't come across well especially i paid back in the two thousand thousand seventeen a lot of extra body that ursula be out back our trust. Pay back old. That person be heard from again Somebody else..

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"matt sort" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"matt sort" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"Rob it. I was like whatever I don't know about all that posted. It and people love that Shit. It's not so much you can do to change the energy level in the frequency level of what's going on those who are taking this time to reflect on the inside and make changes in change frequency Mike Perception. And how are want to let my soul? do what do you know those people you can tell who they are out when you see them those? That are auction. Cnn CNBC and Fox News. Twelve hours a day because their core team Watson to tally immediately. Go the Rochon. And it's all in either one is fine. You know. I've learned a long time ago. The judge at all you know as long as you evolve eventually you know because a lot of the earth was this light this done. You know what chill with my ancestry family tree for a minute because is rock down here. There's a lot of personality. There's a lot of different things. There's a lot of different movements and perspectives and truce. You know in speaking a true is a great boat by cage. That's called lessons in truth. And as a as a unity I had read Unity Ministerial School. Bound into the earth folk raid and literally it helps you see things helps you look through your eyes in a spiritual point of view hundred percent of the time like help you train to see things. That are all in alignment even though in the human this of us you can say. That's not in alignment or that. You see like source in everything all the time. Twenty four seven number disconnected. You know. Let's kind of like a practice practice but it it it blew my mind. I'm sorry I'm getting stuck in the techs ship and that's not my job. I'm not good at it. But we need to were stepping our game up We're GONNA get more interactive in and be able to people really chiming in but On on what? Shana saying you know we. We live all of us. Even me still is advanced as I believe. I am in my growth I stood there. Still there's some. There's there's some conscious idea of who I am. What I'm deserving of because of who I am because what I'm told I was it's still there. I still have to fight those urges We're not we're talking about on one of my groups yesterday. Talking about the suicide rate and you know in in the people are suffering right now. They're suffering they've many ways of suffering. I'm suffering because I'm now a full-time Teacher for To students that are very different grades and Matt Sort. And it's a fucking I mean. Look it's a beautiful thing is. I'm not trying to manage this multiple businesses which.

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"matt sort" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"matt sort" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

"Actually years ago. We were going to church when we first got together. And then it's just Kinda we tapered off. We realized that that's just not wear. Our heart was taking too many mushrooms. Now let you up. I mean I say that loosely because it's not just that but I mean yeah you know when you you can do certain things in your life that that open up some critical thinking skills. Oh Yeah Yeah you know and I hate the word woke but I mean it's perception you know what I mean like just having a different mindset on it like it to be honest like I love that in the micro sense to where I can like. Put myself in somebody else's shoes and thinking you know what I'm saying outside of bugs and stuff like really. Yeah my microdosing mushrooms. Wise is really therapeutic for me like I went through a crazy ass break up and stuff not too long ago and literally microdosing my way through it just like I don't know kind of put myself in that situation and just having to force myself in that maturity of things like and really think from our respective and the whole nine flying phone did do either one you guys still get shit for not repping right when it comes to wrap or the music industry or whatever people expect of you. Kinda like you were saying as far as The situation magician and being black in Chicago. No not not necessarily anymore. I I went down that avenue of going to summer camp for seven years and representing us. Comedian Matt sort of way but Unfortunately I lost touch with a lot of my friends there. I wish I had had not because I would have had more feed in that category but As far as what? We're reverend remembers any as long as we're standing by what we are doing like consistently. Then there's really never any issue. I mean I know there has been like some completion when I first moved here. I know I didn't really know what's represented as far as like eight four seven. Which was my old area code for versus five four one which is my new area code and found some window of time was spent where I could I was reading both and that was okay but then I thought to myself well you know you've you've build such Such base here and you have such good people here that you're working with right now that you need to represent them because this is what this needs to happen. Illinois has a lot of artists it has Chicago it has Chicago South side. Chicago has a lot of different provinces. Chicago that have a lot of great artists that are blowing up because of the Internet and I just felt like you know now. It's time for southern Oregon to have that as well and so. I just kind of switched over although I have love for four seven. That's where I grew up seventeen years in skokie but Just where I'm at. You know like you know that old saying it's not where you're from. It's where you're at and you really got to harness where you're where you're at that present situation because you just made so much swimming Like seventy years old seventy five talking so much knowledge he say he graduated in. Two thousand eleven. Did she say we said.

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How Audio Analytic Differs From Other Voice Assistants

The Voicebot Podcast

04:20 min | 2 years ago

How Audio Analytic Differs From Other Voice Assistants

"Our guest this week. Chris Mitchell has a PhD information retrieval from Anglia Ruskin University in the UK and also holds degrees audio music technology and electrical and electronics engineering today. Chris is CEO and founder audio analytic he filed a patent for some of the core technology more than a decade ago and then accepted a Kauffman Fellowship for Entrepreneurship in two thousand seven shortly after he completed his PhD. He wanted to learn how to run a business so they could actually exploit that. Ip Patent Technology is effectively as possible. He returned to Anglia as a lecturer and researcher and founding audio analytic in twenty ten. You may be familiar with speech recognition and how it helps Alexa and Siri understand what you are saying. Audio analytic is focused on non speech sound recognition such as sirens crashes alarms other sonic qualities that occur in our environment. Let's get started. Oh Chris Mitchell welcome to the voice by podcast. Thanks Bright Greats van. Well great to have you today before we get into your background because I really do want to go into that because I think that'll set the context for a lot of listeners I do. WanNa know EXAC are watching to share with voice pot listeners short short summary of what audio analytic does and how that may be different from Alexa Google assistant with which they're probably more familiar with yes. It's a great question so only take was set up with the intention of giving all machines sense of hearing but a a sense of hearing may is very different to the one I think your audience will Camilli with so for us this times beyond speech or music so there's a whole range of signs that we use Franklin Daddy lives the we use to understand context we stand motions through the on not speech or music signs and it's fast the company deals with with the world's best same recognition technologies most broadly deployed signed recognition technology. There is I'm we licensed acting to a a whole range of different device manufacturers who then embed that in devices cell anxious marketplace got it so whereas most of the voice assistance people are familiar with looking at speech recognition you're looking at these everyday sounds and what are some examples of how your customers is uses capability so we split signs into a number of different elements so at a basic level signs things like babies crying all glass windows breaking all car alarms going off that sort of thing but we we typically bright them for the consumer electronics segment down into four categories so they'll be safety and security related signs so oh some of the aforementioned signs talk to its they will be health and wellbeing signs so coughing sneezing crying most they'll be entertainment related signs so this is he's either signed with people laughing things associated with them being entertained all communication related signs which knowing the Simon Environments in which you're picking up silenced from to improve communication devices so those are the very full broadcasts grace as hundreds of times that can fit in those ads agrees themselves those copacetic timeless that we look to. I'm half the systems attacked okay excellent. So how did you get started started in this space so my own background so I did a PhD in what was the time parts of music information retrieval side so this was a unlike fingerprinting technologists of these teaching computers the fundamentals music so there might be telling barrel meter or tempo things that we could reasonably have a chance of a water find when I was tackling matt sort of the problem was there was two very different ways of trying to approach it that were you try and teach computers the fundamental principles bowls of of Music reductionist approach where we make models of these things that you and I have a conversation apparently talking about different types of music or you look confused do the heavy lifting for fuel pragmatic reason which is I don't over enjoy arguing with musicologist survives when's Music Sean Russell Stump starts I went and the GNOME reductionist approach and it turned the lot of those techniques could be more amply applied to General Sam recognition and then a get into the end of bats. PhD In there wasn't anybody doing what what came to be called. San Recognition the ones any companies taking its on on the big tech guys were looking at two totally sort of a little research groups around the world. Were looking at it so it was a choice of do mining company. Oh go off into related failed and I wasn't interested in Villa's interest in this very specific failed and I was lucky enough to get a Kauffman Fellowship too often look hype start transcribing technology from the a into a company's not go dramatic.

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"matt sort" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

08:14 min | 3 years ago

"matt sort" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Hey guys, you're listening to a recent episode of the Bill Barnwell show me joining me now former ravens offensive linemen and the author of the new book minded matter, a life in math and football, it is Mr John Marshall in terms of, you know, sort of planning your future. I think most most human beings. I, I would say the vast vast majority of human beings. We'll look at this situation and say, okay, I have to choose between one of these two changes either. I'm going to pursue a math degree at a doctorate level or I'm going to play in the NFL. Those are both fulltime jobs. Do. However, make decision secretly to do those things. Yeah. And it will will want to say that it wasn't really a conscious decision in the sense that at first I decided. I'm going to play professional football. Okay. And I'm going to keep up with Matt. I'm going to read a lot and stillborn to do research. And I'm going to be an active mathematician, because I do truly believe that you're capable of, you know, if you have multiple passions you're capable of persuadable will pay a high level. But I have to say, I'm not sure I would recommend your listeners to attempt to full time jobs at the same time. Yeah. I mean I have to first of all, I highly recommend, you know. Short not pursue your passions and do the things you want to do, but to sort of very to full time jobs, which both of which are more than a full-time, John, depending on what time of year you're right for football. I don't recommend this in the way it came about was going to play professional football played for, you know, like three or four or five years. He'll retire. And then I'm going to go get my PHD, right? But then after my first year in the league, I had this feeling that something was missing. I was reading math. I was doing math research really missed being a part of it academe environment. I really missed. Course work. I really missed being Reynold other mathematicians. It's a. Face sort of very nice to be around other people who are really passionate about the same thing as you end up. So it's a very, very nice environment. And I really missed it. I just missed academia and so I decided, you know what my PHD I need to get back in that. Because right now, I'm just not just not happy with sort of what done and I took them selling myself short. So you surreptitiously maybe it's fair to say start your PHD. And then that was the belief. That, that's that second year with the ravens was when you suffered your first concussion yet. Yes. That's true. And you you write in the book about how it impacted. You know, obviously, I'm sure you know you thought about the, the, the possible repercussions of concussions and you thought about the impact that might have on you, but it had it's a very specific, you know direct impact on mentally, your football career course. But also then your studies as lot. Oh, absolutely. It was. Yeah, I was I can cut him in training camp, my second year. I just got yelling knocked unconscious some, you know, some details got a blow to the side of my head, where I wasn't expecting it based off sort of what the defense did. And so. After that, I you know, I just I had issues as people do when they have, you know, serious customs. You know, I have I have. I had to wait I had I had sort of mood swings and really probably concentrated like doing handleable map was just sort of out of the question and the question because trust me. I try and yeah, it was just extremely frustrating time for me because. Something that really look I was just unable to do as well as being unable to play football. The other thing I really love doing quite is quite enough setting time for me because the two things I love doing. I can't do right now. Right. And that was in two thousand fifteen and then you, you come back you playful season in two thousand fifteen year back for another year in two thousand sixteen at that point, are you thinking like, are you is Matt sort of calling you more after that first impression. Are you thinking less about the NFL or is deduced all the same level of passionate about, you know, sort of both those things? Thank you, get fun. Really honest with myself. Every single semester is been at MIT. I just I came to love now. Just so much more in football just came to take a little bit more of a backseat every single semester. My time at MIT has been nothing short dislike amazing, and special, and it's, it's really been sort of one of the best experiences I've ever had. And every single sort of come when it was time for off season training to start. I was just always quite sad to leave MIT. Did you have thoughts of retiring in those moments or was it just, you know, I'm going to make this work for a few years? And then I'm still I still love football enough. I'm still passionate enough about football that I'm willing to make that sacrifice. Oh, no. So it wasn't just sort of like this wasn't a sort of, thought of, like, oh, man, I don't wanna leave MIT like am I going to tear? It was more of a. Okay. Go back. I'm going to do this, once I get back once I get back into the swing of things this feeling is going to go away because John, you really enjoy football. And you're going to you're going to enjoy this, I had to wait. Tell myself if I had to convince myself with this, and, and it was true, you would get back to Baltimore elite get into offseason activities. And I would enjoy myself in all would be well. And so, you know, it was it was sort of, again ahead this sort of play with myself leaving in my tea. But this was a game that's worked if people want to check out this book. And again, I highly recommended really I read it in like one fell swoop, like I did not put it down in, like two hours really enjoyed it. It's mind and matter a life in math and football on our show and Louisa. Thomas really highly recommended these check it out and John, thanks so much for coming on. Thanks. Thanks so much to my guest today to extremely smart, people way smarter than me, two bucks. I'd like many checkout sprawl a ball by Kirk goals. Berry and mind and matter a life in math and football by John Herschel, strengthening those books to really great people to them happy to be friends with. And to people who I think you check out their books. In addition. Thank you should. Also, check out the Meena kind show, featuring Lenny when many great podcasts at ESPN a show is. Scribe to another smart person who I am lucky enough to be friends with. And in addition, money, I'm I'm not friends with Lennie Lennie has threatened to attack me multiple times that I've met Lenny, but I'm working on it. I think I subscribe to the show leave a good review. Lenny might consider being friends with me. We are going to take the next couple of weeks off. I'll be back and believe in June. We're going to start with a few more NFL shows start getting these season preview ready, but this is the quiet time for the NFL. And so I taking a couple of.

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"matt sort" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

16:16 min | 3 years ago

"matt sort" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"We've got Aaron Denner who was holding down on piano. Also got a shadow the rest of you got four people on strings that two vocalists joining you on the microphone Dila. Susan cates. Stables? Yeah. All right. We've got bass guitar horns percussion a full house in here. Thank you for bringing everybody this morning can be hard to. Yes. It's a pleasure pleasure. So you wanna Grammy for your last album sleep well beast in twenty eighteen and I read that you didn't think you'd be putting out another album so soon, so how did it come about forgo your vacation? A little bit. I think it's it it. It really started with Mike mills who is amazing film director and writer, and he approached Matt sort of an early on when we were touring CPA beasts just ask a would you wanna do anything together? I think he meant like Matt said that maybe it's make video. But Matt being mad sort of said, here's everything we have working that we've Alba seeds that we have which we have yet to finish of songs, and we kind of let him let Mike just think about it. And he came back with this idea to make a short film using seven of those things that we probably send them twenty. We had a lot of unfinished ideas for SEPA that we really loved. And there was always this idea in the back of had that maybe they were to records. We're working on. That. But then Mike made this short film as twenty high called a called Alicia candor and Brock Obama and then. Connected. Mike with those guys. Barack dropped out. He was like she Mike unless you were talking about doing a project, and and then he he talked to her about this one. And she's like, that's let's do that. And. Yeah. So it was at all kind of came together. Really? Serendipitous lease that that's not a word. It is. From the from the percussion. Linguist? This short film itself is this look at the moments big and small that adds up to someone's life kind of from the beginning to the end. So when he told you the concept for the film, what was what was your reaction. It was well, he he he he likes a lot of the same themes that we like in he rates really personally, but through these sort of prisons of of stories, but but really about as life and stuff, and so we we talked a lot about that. And then we dug into the idea of identity, and what is that? Like, what makes you makes? Why are you the person that you are and all the mixture of of fears and desires, and why why do you have these not other other impulses in why are you not someone else? And and and you know, what is what is it makes makes an identity. So I think he he wanted to sorta like critic portrait of an identity and of moments that stay with you. And then and that was really inspired us to search really pulled out pool party on songs, and right all these new songs, and my wife, and she wrote a number of songs too. It's just. It quickly became not a record about us or something and about about something different like fabric of people. And so that's why all the voices and stuff started coming in the whole thing was very different process. I had a chance to see the film myself. And I was brought to tears of just the sheer. Effect. You know, it didn't have one thing that overshadowed another. It was a real experience in your senses being pulled in one direction in another be captured by the visual and audio as well. You wrote some new songs for this. You said that if the last album was three foot diving board this one feels like a cliff Clift is that I think just the last sleep obese my wife, and I were writing really personally about ourselves and about marriage in general, but our marriage, and then this this kind of went into not just marriage, but just commitment in the promises we make to not only each other. But the, but the promises we make even even to our ourselves in our parents, and our parents make us of like who you are and will be here, and and all those things and sometimes. All that influence of of of stuff makes makes your life. Right. And so so sleep obese dive into marriage dive into sort of all of family and not just what's your children, and your your your parents because behind you what's in front of you. And why are you there and our here temporarily in what affect we have on a on a on a more long-term cosmic scale, right? So. If you just joining us Angelina in for Tom power. You're listening to Q met burning in Aaron destiny of the national are here. We're talking about their new album. I am easy to find. Now, we were talking about some of the female singers that have joined you in the studio here today, your wife, Karen actually wrote on this album as well. The short film you mentioned earlier stars Alicia Vic hinder your the front person of the band. You're typically the focal point a lot of time. We're talking about your experience. So what was it like inviting these other voices into the folds? I mean, it was it was once we started seeing the film and in Mike was doing it was Aaron embrace, and and and Mike I thought we should start replacing me. But it was and then then Crin also very clear that this needed to be that me singing all these songs at that point. I had written almost all the songs and demos of me singing Amal. But it was it was sort of like the soundtrack ING, this his film with all these my voice everywhere felt sort of like male presence that was sort of like a male gaze on a character or something which we didn't wanna do. And it wasn't about that it also. So we started taking me out. And then I sorta singing songs that my wife started writing, so the the gender casting got scrambled really quick. And it was really important for us to do that to to start to think of it more into here. The all of it and see the film is is is not like a national record. Not like this thing through this dudes. You know, small prism of ideas. Which is all I have. Bringing more ideas into it and more voices, literally and figuratively. As you bring more people into it. Is it also an active letting go letting of vision that you had for what could possibly be maybe can talk about that. Earn. I think the whole project was a new experience for all of us because we were everybody was doing what they normally do. But at the same time, we bring we brought in Mike mills really was in between all of us and kind of acting as a filter in interrupt or in a, you know, creative director and lots of things, and he was he was really important terms of we were collecting all this stuff. So Matt would sing song? And then we we were lucky we were lucky to be part of community of so many, amazing female, vocalists and other vocalists. And so, you know, pulling you just heard Kate stables here with us. They've saying bunch of songs these in Paris. And then Lisa Hannigan, saying, brilliant, and Sharon minute and saying and Gaylon Dorsey, you is David Billy's bass player, she she lives near me upstate and she came over. We were just in Yvo and he lives in London in nineteen saying Brooklyn course, and you're just kind of trying to see what this thing was in Michael's, really? Helpful in sort of pushing us towards that. And it did involve letting go, but I think we all trusted the process and kind of it was fun. It was fun. Also as a as a woman, my my reaction to that is very much kind of like feeling of comfort to be added into the conversation invited into a conversation. How does that make you feel hearing women say, you know, hearing female voices on these songs included me in the music in another way. Yeah. It wasn't a big for the truth for me in for career in my wife who who's been writing she wrote more on this record than ever before. But she's been writing sort of songs with and for the band since boxer bits of songs. And so there's I think we've always at least I've always felt that there is always a back and forth between between the genders in most of our records in a lot of conversations. I've never felt that lack of female presents for them in myself or in our band. However, I can tell that it's maybe it's hard to hear. And so this was much more explicit her voice. My wife is a writer, and then all the other voices. And then the voice of the actor Alicia and Mike's voice all really little Mike, Mike. Some of the lyrics are Mike script, you know, some of the scriptures are Lear IX. And so it was it was it was just everybody was kind of sharing responsibilities and just trading trading spotlights trading. Roles a lot, and it was it really helped everyone, right? And think of the thing in a more universal and expanded way than than sort of this like here's a record about a bunch of stuff. And that's that's obsessing obsessing over something that it's more. Messier just like. We didn't get it on any Clinton. Still we've had the opportunity here a couple of from the new album already and people are saying that this sounds like a new chapter for the band, the national does that also feel that way to you external perception and your own sees the beginning of something new. We always whenever we finish record. We we don't know. We'll make another one. And then always make another one this one. It does. We. Turned it doesn't feel related to me to the previous records as much as maybe like to me alligator and boxer violate I related and sleep obese its own thing. And they're like they were there are things are things on this record that have existed for a while. But there's so much feels new that, you know, like, you were saying inviting in other voices does sort of shift the paradigm, but also just the kind of ambition of the while orchestration and use of acquire Neo kind of just like letting go of this idea of rock band in the in the narrow sense. I guess so. Yeah, I don't know. We'll see I was walking around the city yesterday with the new album in my years, and it was just a wonderful wonderful partner wonderful. Very very much. You're gonna play for us. This is this is called light years. Can you tell us a little bit about this one this one kind of cooked about halfway through in and? This one kind of captures started from sketch that Erin sent me in Aaron's mother-in-law was was recently passed away. From cancer. I think this was written right around when when when that was happening, and so to me, and it was really so clearly loaded with so much motion that there's the pianist getting I didn't know whatever he wants going on. So I reacted to it right away. I think I wrote this song really quick the chorus came from to song titles or shoot book titles. That are on the shelf. One by Shawn wills. Oh, the glory of it all and James Salter book light years, which I haven't read actually I have. And then I just off the shelf and literally the chorus out of that. And then the rest of it just is a song about missing somebody who needing somebody. Who's maybe the right there next to you, you know, partner somebody is feels farther farther away than anyone else in the world and you're on different orbits. And you just how easily we lose fashion with each other. Let's do it. It's it's short of that explaination. Wonderful. Okay. Studio. This is the national performing light years. This is wonderful big big band in the studio. Joining us this morning. Let's do it. To so. Was always ten feet. Everyone was..

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"matt sort" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

06:56 min | 3 years ago

"matt sort" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Hi, I've seen a couple of Wisconsin. Curry? Points in my backyard. My backyard is about a thirty acre. Last fall we've owned up and killed everything that September and enough. I'm just wondering how I should post. Okay. Let's ask Kyle. Praise are tough Larry. Yeah. It sounds like you've started on the right track to to prep before it. I'm basically what you have to do is you have to basically kill any vegetation in the area that you want to put the prairie. And because the seat that you put down needs to basically just. Thrive on its own without any any other vegetation to compete with it. So it sounds like you're on the right track. In our experience. They're very tough to get going. Because no matter what you do things are going to find their way in their other other plants that are going to a lot of times, I'll compete the prairie plants. So. What we advise people to do. It's it's it's a little bit longer. But sometimes we'll advise people to use a more like a normal type, cedar fescue see to kind of stabilized in the area and then in the future. What you could do is once said, stabilize you can identify a couple of areas, and and create some plant beds, and then get larger plugs or almost gallon prairie plants and create little colonies and then over time they will thrive, and then they'll start to to seed, and they'll spread and become very similar to prairie not a true prairie. But it's it's very very similar and a little bit easier approach. Okay. Should I? When I read. Should I I should wait for this? Everything does start blooming again and spread in may or whatever. And then how can I plant, okay? Dave. Dave. Yeah. I mean, I definitely would wait and see what actually comes back up again and do your spot spring roundup in general. Usually within a week to ten days, you should be fine to start the seating process. Once you get into the end of may, though, I would have whatever seating you're going to do down and done because if you get into the heat of the summer, the any of the seed will struggle, so. Okay. So it's it's not it's not something that you can just decide on the spur of the moment. Correct. It sounds like he's doing what he needs to do research wise and started the process last fall. So I mean, I think you're well on your way of doing what you wanna do just be patient, and you will have to do some overseeing time goes on. I'm surprised that you use of the various weeds or something going their little squeeze out the because you think appraise that was what was your first, and that's going to be tougher than anything. Yeah. A lot of the the weeds that get establishing those areas they're very aggressive, and they can from the beginning of germination. They can they can out compete grow faster bigger, and basically choke out the good things. We've got a text from the nine twenty zip code is as high guys will back. We we needed to have most of our backyard regraded due to water issues in the basement any tips for receding ourselves. I imagine they'd been doing the receding themselves. They're not receding themselves after the grass begins to grow. How long before we can let our large dog out under the new grass? Well, yeah, we'll take a while. I think for the for the grass again established enough read one a big dog out there, David, what do you think a month? Yeah. You're you're probably in that month and a half stage. The shoots are going to be pretty tender. And and you're going to actually need to keep watering. For quite a while to make sure that that lawn stays established. Because even if it does get to be about an inch or two you still should be watering probably every two to three days. So therefore, the that soil is going to be pretty soft for a larger dog to walk around on another tip would be to use Russian control. Matt. Sort of straw, ties mulch should hold things tighter. And at the dogs out there should hold things together a little bit better than than a loose mulch. Correct. His big dogs are also. The big ones is causes more problems. Like the dig. Yeah. Yeah. A lot of soil displacement with those those guys. Yes, exactly. Your. What are what are some of the benefits? We kiddingly talked about fact that I'm very lazy. I wasn't getting and what are the benefits that you can get one of the big ones is it will it will help keep your lawn and plants healthy. And so that will help you help your landscape can award off any any potential disease issues, the plants healthy it's going to be able to get through is going to it's going to be able to avoid those situations. So that's a big help keep your landscape healthy. And then we mentioned other big one that that that a lot of people like is that you're not you're not lugging around hoses can fail. It's it's like I said, we'll set it and forget it. Hoses are heavy. They're very heavy as you slip into your dotage. As I am the you don't wanna be lugging those rascals, look, the exactly and then the other benefit to is water usage. So if you decide that you that you want to in fact, water your your lawn. The allegation system will be set up to water the right amount of water. Put it the right amount of water on the lawn or the plants for the proper duration. And so you're not going to be over watering. You're not gonna be wasting water. It's gonna it's gonna put these X amount at the appropriate time. Okay. The accurate mortgage talking tax line both of which are available right now is former and four seven nine nine one six twenty at twelve just about twelve thirty. It's time to go to the WTMJ twenty four hour newsroom. Here rusty Mellberg rusty. Thank you. Jim. Several dozen people are displaced after three alarm fire at a sixty two unit apartment building in bayside early this morning bayside police Lieutenant Eric Miller says the initial call came in just after midnight on north white oak lane. Department was here within minutes. And luckily got everybody.

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"matt sort" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

04:17 min | 3 years ago

"matt sort" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Michael. But a brief description. What is it? What's it in the got beans sour cream? We got cream cheese. Uh-huh. Taco seasoning all mixed up and baked for about forty minutes in the fifty. You didn't slip anything healthy. Now, I find a single character to be angry. Here's a few onions in their match fine. Just a few Colonel or leaf of Keio. I dunno Kayla's outcomes. I want a leafy green. Very excited about that. Let's introduce everybody in the squad. And will kick off the darn show in man there is so much to talk about today. Today's an amazing day, news wise now all of it really interesting impactful, Matt sort of the trivia garbage that the news media choose on and spits out every impactful stuff. Yeah. We got some good guests to anyway will introduce everybody to start the show. There's our board operator Michaelangelo president buttons flipping toggles pulling levers sorry this morning here. Hold on just a second. There. Okay. The pre game for the Super Bowl just start. I just got on the air. Boy, we'll break down each team special teams coming up next. I'm opening up the geez. Look at all, right. Hi. There's an awful lot of tinfoil on top of the hydride to really keep it warm. I pulled it out of the oven. Then I grabbed it immediately with hot pads just for the record. The cheese dip is not one of the impactful topics. I mentioned yes, it's still very warm yesterday. It looks delicious gun. Now, you just you just grab that spoon and dive right and slap around the we'll do look credibly unhealthy. You're very very welcoming host generous positive. No, where's your beer? I'm going to drink all your beer. That you have in your house. There is positive Sean who who smile lights up the room. How are you doing very well, especially since I discovered my new best friend. This is a gentleman I do not know his name. I only know him from his voice of a video that he posted on the internet where he is scrolling through various characters of the Super Mario brothers universe and assigning them political identities. Luigia think is the Republican technocratic like who cares about the debt to GDP ratio. Princess, peach monarchists, peaches, all right, but. All right. You too personalities that are really popular. I think is a marxists. Agree on that. All the babies are hyper-nationalist during their first stage moral development that goes on for about two minutes. Sharp blog at Armstrong and Getty dot com. I love this guy ever figure out who this person is. He will not be buying beers for the night. Hey, you gotta you gotta send it to me. I gotta send that to my son would bust. I got an I o the great memories of of me, and my three kids playing Super Mario brothers on are we because my kids are all way better than me. But we'd have giant family raised with shouting and claims of cheating in the rest of it. Good times. So yeah. The with the rest of the video you can figure out who is a radical centrist who is a member of black blocking. Diogenes cynic. Download that there's Marshall Phillips who does our news everyday. Hurry, marsha. I wasn't going to but I got caught up in big game fever yesterday. And I went ahead and made a financial investment. I am going with Madden. Nineteen prediction will be the Rams win by three. Now. Remember, these predictions are for entertainment purposes, only and not intended to be I kind of learned financial guidance for anyone. Thank you. Are there to figures on the line here? Yes. Oh, yes. Your healthy to figures. That's great. Yeah. I waited in with an investment. I got the cheese out. Why how hey, hey, focus. Fritos? So on Jack Armstrong. He's Joe Getty on this Friday, February first the rent is due the twenty nineteen we Armstrong and Getty, and we approve of this program. Michael we ready for that. Or I'm sorry. The jet catch you vice surprise the rent is too damn high grade. All right. Let's begin to show fishery. Now, according to FCC rules or regulations. Here we go at Mark gather,.

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"matt sort" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"matt sort" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Thanks for the call happy new year. Sure. Lesson. Matt Nagy lost a wild card for the second time in a year. And. Some of the plant. It's gonna be on him. I don't think it's fair to draw any similarities in comparison. But the fact is he lost again. So there's a lot of room to grow or not only Mitch to improve that, you know, one minute or two minutes offense. But also the play calling has to be better going forward. You know with the running game being a top priority. Or just how you get your playmakers in guys you relied on a lot the ball. More often doesn't have to necessarily be via the Ron Jordan Howard and three Cohen after touch the ball more than fourteen times combined. Steve's foam broke up there. But I think he referenced last year in Kansas City, in the way, they blew that lead in Matt Nagy sort of war, even though Andy Reid tried to deflect I think after last season Matt sort of war some of the decision making and play calling in that second half that cost them that game. A hopefully does continue to learn and get better just like everybody else. He hasn't been doing this that long either. But there's just no way Howard and to recall can touch the ball, and we fourteen times. Now, maybe it's because again, if Waddell comes out of your co goes back and watch. And says, you know, what they're really some things that Jim Schwartz was doing totally take these guys away. Like, then I get it. Allen Robinson did have a day probably at his best as a bear other than maybe the Detroit game, right? Allen Robinson, a ten for a buck forty three down. So maybe you say, well, Ellen Robinson did all that. And that's why they didn't have to rely on Cohen and Howard much. But when Torri Cohen Jordan Howard averaged about twenty eight touches per game in the regular season. And you've relied so heavily on Howard the last few weeks, and he he seemed to be hitting his stride, and you relied heavily in a very creative way and getting three Coenen space and letting him use his speed in elusiveness in space to your advantage during the regular season when you've done all that for sixteen games for those guys to get fourteen touches in a playoff game is a head scratcher. Sal paolantonio will join us coming up next skirmish going ESPN one thousand.

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"matt sort" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

Izzy and Spain

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"matt sort" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

"Not to make this national show feel home ary by talking about my Chicago Bears too much. In fact, I think I've downplayed them all season long, and it wasn't until a couple of weeks ago that I just decided screw and I am going all in on the bandwagon for this team. And we're going to start bringing more Chicago talked to the Airways because they go to for you. Yeah. Earned it. And I think I actually haven't given them enough credit and that brings us to our next guest on the shell Pennzoil performance line. ESPN the MAG feature writer Wayne draperies just wrote a great feature on the Chicago Bears. Head coach Matt Nagy and Wayne banks from. Making time for us. I love this story. And I love the fact that it was about a decade ago that Matt Nagy found himself out of football. Not sure what to do and trying to become a guy working in a home building operation. Tell us about this point in Matt Nagy journey. It's pretty wild story, sir. But I'll be honest. I almost just as impressed by the restraint you showed at. How was that? Professional, man. I'm a pro. All right. All right. Yeah. I'm Matt story of you know, the arena league folding, you know, about eleven years ago and deciding to literally put football in his past, and he talked was wife Stacey. And and they came in agreement. The best thing for their family of four boys was into starting new career, and he literally had to basically beg- this prominent executives in the new home construction operation in Pennsylvania to give him a job that the guys named Larry wisdom told me he had zero intention of ever hiring that he had zero experience is time and the economy, we're in a recession, and it was really a bad time for real estate. And he goes how in the world am I gonna hire this guy with no experience, even forget higher go to dinner with them? But he agrees to do it. And as many of us have seen. Especially here in Chicago over the course of the last year. Matt sort of charismatic personality there's convincing ways there's a dhoti to communicate and kind kinda rally people around him, energize, the sky, and and got a job out of it where believe it or not. He was pretty darn good selling homes. Wayne, obviously when you set out to write a story there's research, and there are things that probably you expect to learn about. But what surprised you most about Matt Nagy in your research and reporting on this story. You know, the thing that surprised me feel was just, you know, everybody when when a team is six, so, you know, this everybody says, only the positives right about the coaches and the players, you know, everyone was destined for this moment, and and so on and so forth. But when it came to Matt at the people that I talked to the way the way they've Ouch for him the way, they speak for him was really really impressive. I mean, I spoke to you know, Brett vizsla Jim of the chiefs briefly this week. And I asked him I said, look, I said Matt still I think thirty youngest coach in the NFL right now. You know, what what is his fuming? What is his potential as a coach? 'cause you know, we've seen a lot of coaches come in. I mean, you can say, you know, dick Gerard come in. Chicago has a great season. And they never sort of get back to that. So I was curious what he would say. And not only did he see you know, that the history was the sky's the limit of. It'd been shave. But but that's what he said. He said, look he goes someone with his leadership and his ability and his knowledge of the game. He said I knew he would be a darn good coach he just needed to get the break and the bears game that break. So just the way people talk about Matt and sort of Ouch. You're really really impressed me talking to Wayne Reyes ESPN dot com about Chicago Bears. Coach Matt Nagy, you know, the bears obviously gave him that break in terms of the head coach position. But back when he was working for that homebuilding company. He got an offered for an internship with the eagles, and he.

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