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McCullers goes 6 shutout innings in return, Astros down A's
"Lance mccullers junior was terrific in his season debut as the Astros hammered the a's 8 zero Mccullers held Oakland to a pair of hits while striking out 5 over 6 innings throwing 47 of his 81 pitches for strikes He returned from a strain right flexor tendon strain that caused him to miss last year's postseason Alex Bregman went deep in the first inning Trey Mancini had three hits including an RBI double Kyle Tucker a chaz McCormick each added RBI triples to the route Zach log was rocked for 6 runs and 8 hits over 5 and a third innings He's three and 6 I'm Dave fairy
Verlander wins MLB-leading 15th game, Astros blank Cleveland
"Justin Verlander continued his outstanding return from Tommy John surgery by leading the Astros 6 zero shutout of the guardians Verlander allowed only a pair of singles over 6 innings to win his 7th consecutive start He's 15 and three with a 1.73 ERA leading the majors in both victories and earn run average Chasm McCormick and Martin Maldonado each home were going to have three RBIs helping Verlander get his 241st career win Cleveland rookie Steven Quan extended his hitting streak to 18 games But the guardians had just two other hits I'm Dave ferry
Musk response to Twitter lawsuit to be made public by Friday
"I'm Mike Gracia reporting Elon Musk's response to the Twitter lawsuit will be made public this week Elon Musk's response to Twitter's lawsuit over his attempt to pull out of a $44 billion offer to buy the social media company will be filed publicly by Friday During a teleconference Wednesday Chancellor Kathleen saint Jude McCormick directed the public filing be docketed by 5 p.m. Friday Lawyers representing Musk wanted to file a public version of their answer and counter claims in Delaware court Wednesday But Twitter's attorney said they needed more time to review and possibly redact
Alvarez homers as Astros down Yankees 7-5 for DH sweep
"Alex Bregman finished two for four with a home run and two RBIs the Houston Astros beat the New York Yankees 7 to 5 I think we did a good job of swinging the bat today Obviously I'm not playing for three days There's a little rust in there but you know we get back out there tomorrow and keep going The wind was the ASTRO's 5th in 7 games against the Yankees this season and it gave them a sweep of Thursday's double header In his first start off the injured list Jordan Alvarez smacked a home run and a two run double in his first two at bats while chas McCormick added a two run Homer Adam spelling Houston
Maldonado hits 2 of 5 Houston homers in 9-1 win over Angels
"Martin Maldonado club to two home runs as the Houston Astros won their 5th straight game beating the Los Angeles angels 9 to one Maldonado's power surge was part of a 5 Homer day for the Astros with Jose Altuve Kyle Tucker and chaz McCormick also going deep Altuve says he's happy for Maldonado He's doing tremendous job behind the play Calling good pieces in you know making these guys win a lot of games He obviously wants to swing the bag too and a day like today you know it's good for him Jose Archie earned his 7th win of the season for the Astros Adam spole in Houston
Javier fans career-high 14 to lead Astros over Angels 8-1
"Christian Javier followed up 7 no hit innings on Saturday by allowing one run on one hit over 7 innings in the Houston Astros 8 one win over the Los Angeles angels Javier allowed a first inning home run to Shohei Ohtani and then retired the last 19 men he faced while striking out a career high 14 hitters Astros manager dusty baker says Javier was in complete control He struck out some very good hitters over there He just the only thing he gave up was a breaking ball to ohtani Yulie gorell Jake Myers and chaz McCormick hit home runs for the Astros Adam spole in
McCormick concedes to Oz in Pennsylvania GOP Senate primary
"David McCormick has conceded the Republican Senate primary in Pennsylvania Former hedge fund manager David McCormick ended his campaign for Pennsylvania's GOP Senate nomination on Friday acknowledging that even with less than a thousand votes dividing the candidates the results of an ongoing statewide recount wouldn't get him enough to make up the deficit McCormick says he called celebrity heart surgeon doctor mehmet Oz to concede at a campaign party in Pittsburgh he told supporters tonight is really about us all coming together The concession means that Oz will go head to head with Democrat and lieutenant governor John fetterman and Pennsylvania's closely watched general election which could determine control of the Senate Easily won his primary even after suffering a stroke and having a pacemaker put in just days before On Friday he issued a statement acknowledging that he almost died after ignoring warning signs in a doctor's advice for years His cardiologist disclosed that he has cardiomyopathy in which the heart muscle becomes weakened and enlarged I'm Jennifer King
Mark Levin Reacts to David McCormick's Concession to Dr. Oz
"A remarkable event just occurred in the Republican primary for the Senate in Pennsylvania David McCormick has just conceded to Doctor Oz Now I want to say something about this I endorsed neither candidate and I posed neither candidate But I believe by doing this which is quite honorable David McCormick will have a an extraordinarily strong and bright future in the Republican Party in Pennsylvania I truly believe that He got some bad advice from his lawyer chuck Cooper Who wanted to litigate this matter As if it was Al Gore in 2000 And create a scenario in which the Democrats would benefit from the change in the law the Cooper and his colleagues had concocted Which is exactly why the Democrat Secretary of State supported which was to count ballots submitted an envelopes that were signed but not hand dated
Supreme Court order could affect Pennsylvania Senate count
"A Supreme Court order could affect the Pennsylvania Senate vote count The Supreme Court is temporarily blocking the counting of some mail in ballots in Pennsylvania There's a tight Republican Senate primary between former hedge fund CEO David McCormick and celebrity heart surgeon doctor mehmet Oz and order from justice Samuel Alito paused a lower court ruling in a lawsuit over a disputed 2021 local court election that would have allowed the counting of mail in ballots that lacked a handwritten date The Pennsylvania law requires voters to write a date on the envelope in which they mail in their ballots but the envelope is postmarked by the post office and timestamped by counties when they receive it Ed Donahue Washington
Morgan, Giddens part of national Memorial Day concert
"Craig Morgan and Rhiannon giddens are among the performers for the national Memorial Day concert in Washington that will be shown on PBS station Sunday I'm marching in a letter with the latest Joe Montana and Gary Sinise will host the concert from the national mall in Washington It will celebrate 100 years of the Lincoln Memorial and pay tribute to late general Colin Powell who spoke at the Memorial Day concert for years Country singer Craig Morgan says Memorial Day has always meant a lot to him As a veteran I recognize what Memorial Day truly represents It's not just a weekend at the late with hot dogs and beers It's an opportunity for us to remember those that have made the ultimate sacrifice Others who will appear including Leah salonga Brian stokes Mitchell Mary McCormick and Jean Smart
David McCormick Takes Pennsylvania Senate Ballot Fight to Court
"So what David McCormick team has decided to do is to sue to allow the ballots that were not hand dated To be counted That is the ballots that were stamped dated To be counted Of course he is support over at national review because Donald Trump backed Doctor Oz and they hate Doctor Oz by their legal aimless over there who claims that this is really a civil rights issue according to the federal courts There's no civil rights issue This is a black and white simple originalism issue And there is no reason to change state law There's no civil rights issue or civil rights violation And it is a material issue Whether you sign and date a document for all kinds of legal purposes including absentee ballots and the envelope in which those ballots are placed
Which Republican Will Hold Pennsylvania Senate Seat?
"Look, it's going to be Doctor Oz, or David McCormick. And they're going up against John fetterman. And the conventional wisdom is that either one of these guys can take him. Am I reading that right? I think the conventional wisdom is correct given the political atmospherics and just how competitive it Pennsylvania is in the year 2022, let's say versus the year 2002. Right. So 20 years ago, Pennsylvania was always just competitive enough for Republicans to challenge for it. Let's say in presidential contests. And it did send Republicans to Congress as a part of their Senate delegation. But the state really has become super competitive and the atmosphere for Democrats is just as bad as an atmosphere I've seen for a political party. I guess it's 2018 when it was that almost that bad. Well, look, but that's why I think Oz or McCormick is very likely to win the general election. Well,
What's the Latest on the Pennsylvania Primary Race?
"Well, David, we have an embarrassment of riches today as far as topics go. I've got this list here. We can go through for an hour, but let's see where we're at. Let's start with Pennsylvania Senate race. David McCormick is a mirror 987 votes behind Doctor Oz and they are still counting. What do you think's going on there? Man, $64,000 question. It's possible that when all the votes are counted and the mcclernand will be on top, even if he's not, and I'd rather be awes of I had to choose at this point. I'd always really rather be the guy in front. Even if I've holds them off, there's going to be a recount because it's going to be triggered under state law. The candidate that's losing at the end of regulation can forgo the recount and just decide to lose. I just don't think that's going to happen here. Of course, the real news here is that the McCormick campaign is suing in state court to compel all 67 counties to count mail in ballots that were received on time and have no other flaw except for there is no gate handwritten on the outside of the envelope as required by state law. Now, they're using a you're the lawyer here, but they're using a decision rendered by the third circuit on Friday that have nothing to do with this election, but at 2021 election at Lehigh county Pennsylvania. It said such balance should be counted
David McCormick and Mehmet Oz Locked in Tight Race for GOP Primary
"At the end of last night, Dave was down 2000, 752 votes, meaning Tuesday night. Today, roughly 10,000 out of 33,000 absentee ballot votes were counted, and we, meaning the McCormick campaign, averaged a 10% victory, closing the gap by 1509 votes. Dave is now only down 1243 votes with an estimated 20,000 GOP absentee votes left to count. Dave is going to win. You'd rather be Dave McCormick with those numbers, and that trendline and you'd rather be Doctor Oz, and both Dwayne and I did the algebra. It's a ratio and of course Dwayne got it right and I got it wrong. But when we compared notes, it looks like. If everything holds the same, that at the end of round one, there'll be a recount. Mandatory recount McCormick should win by 2200 votes. I had him winning by 409 votes, and I had the wrong denominator. There are a couple of horses in there that might come close, but not close enough. One is Lancaster county's all screwed up. Another is Allegheny county is not all absentee ballots are out. There they have 30 odd precincts that have been counted. But Allegheny county is Dave McCormick's home, so one would have shown he's going to win those. But we'll know more tomorrow morning and we'll know a lot more Monday and then there will be a
Pennsylvania GOP Primary Likely Headed Towards Recount
"Pennsylvania GOP. I don't think they've been able to pick anybody. It was between Doctor Oz and McCormick and McCormick. Oh, it looks like they're going to have a recount. That is interesting. You know, I thought Kathy would, I think her name is Kathy. I thought that she would be a little more competitive, but it looks like she did a good run, but McCormick and Doctor Oz are going to be the two candidates. They're probably going to do a recount. It is going to be interesting to see who wins and that election. I've heard a lot of negative things about Doctor Oz, but I can't prove that to be true. I just hope the Democrats don't get in there, and I hope they don't put no rhino in there.
Kathy Barnette Attracted Conservative Votes but a Bad Personal History
"And by the way I like McCormick and Oz both of them I truly do I think either would be a great senator Either would be only told you that And I told you I'm not into this Barnett at all for a lot of reasons But again What I'm pointing out here is that look here's the thing Barnett attracted a lot of conservative votes I know why she attracted a lot of conservative votes Because people began to hear what she had to say during the debates It's not like she had a lot of money to play Commercials so forth And they liked what she had to say And the way she presented it and so did I But being unvetted as more information came out and that's the whole purpose of a primary just so you know It's the see if a candidate is strong enough to run into general election Otherwise there's no point in having a primary Just everybody would run She couldn't stand up to it And I don't mean because she wasn't strong She was strong But because her relatively recent past had some nasty stuff in it that reminded me quite frankly of joy Reid Again not ideologically But the comments and the way she made the comments
Chris Stigall Shares His Impressions of Dave McCormick and Mehmet Oz
Mail in Ballots Could Determine Outcome of PA Primary
"Who's going if you had to bet your house right now? Who's going to be the Republican nominee for the Pennsylvania Senate seat? Oh boy, we go from brown's playoff eyes to an even harder question. What I want to know, I don't mean to duck your question, but literally what we are trying to figure out this morning is how many mail in ballots need to be counted. And my answer depends on when we can get that question answered. Because McCormick has been leading mehmet Oz in the mail in ballots by about 9 points. So there's the potential there if there's enough of them that he could overtake on that. But we're trying to nail down how many there are. And there's a great idea. What's the minimum number of them that are out there, do you think? So what we think is what, in terms of yesterday morning, we got to count from the state in terms of returned Republican mail in ballots. And as of right now, there are about 20,000 fewer of those counted than there were returned as of yesterday. So I think it's reasonable that there's about 20,000 of those.
"mccormick" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Oz that got all the talk right at Oz versus McCormick will make way for Kathy Barnett Giving the frontrunners a run for their money here Thanks for being with us on the Friday edition of sound on I'm Joe mathew in Washington and joined by Bloomberg politics contributor Jeannie Chan xeno Jeannie this has become a remarkable story Doctor raz of course already famous He's got a lot of name recognition David McCormick got a lot of money Have spent millions $12 million for Doctor Oz almost as much for David McCormick Barnett has spent a $137,000 on TV And as I look at the real clear poll of polls here in this particular race they're within one point of each other She's now in second place here It's Doctor Oz 23 Barnett 21 McCormick 20 What's going on in Pennsylvania It is stunning I was looking at the same RealClearPolitics polling average You look at Barnett's numbers April 3rd She's pulling around 7% Today as you mentioned she is surpassed McCormick with all his money She is within a margin of error of Oz and she's at about 21 22% It is a remarkable trajectory I think part of what has happened here is that Oz and McCormick have been so busy shooting at each other and Kathy Barnett has been out there Now she has said many things that people find objectionable She is a maga candidate right To be clear she's not endorsed by Trump but she's in the vein She may be more maga than Donald Trump to be honest She is you know she and she is let's face it said a lot of things that people may find objectionable but that play to this primary audience in the Republican primary and Pennsylvania And so the problem for the Republicans of course is they're concerned she may not be a great general party candidate general election candidate but she is really really strong And so while McCormick and odds have been shooting at each other she herself has shot up as you mentioned and not spent a lot of money which is absolutely stunning Donald Trump out with a statement yesterday it says Kathy Barnett will never be able to win the general election against the radical left Democrats She has many things in her past which have not been properly explained or vetted But if she's able to do so she will have a wonderful future in the Republican Party and I will be behind her all the way He goes on to say doctor Raj is the only one who will be able to easily defeat the crazed lunatic Democrat in Pennsylvania I'm assuming he means that the lieutenant governor fetterman that's quite a backhanded compliment isn't it It is And you know what's so stunning about that is that's exactly what people said about Donald Trump before he won in 2016 The same thing He can never win He says outlandish things He has no political experience but you know one thing that Cathy Barnett has going for her in addition to other things is she has quite a remarkable story and that story that personal story has been resonating with Republican primary goers on the ground She has made flubs as I said she has said things that people find objectionable And yet her star the more they listen to her continues to rise she is more maga than Donald Trump in some ways and it is resonating with people Born of any 11 year old mother she calls herself a product of rape in a campaign that has seen abortion creep up as a major issue here of course that following the leak from the Supreme Court A lot of questions as well about whether mehmet Oz is actually pro life right Jeannie we've heard a lot about this They had a debate recently It was next our media I want to hear from both Oz and McCormick Here's Doctor Oz first President Trump endorsed being quite clearly in the first point he made about why I'm a conservative America first Republican He said that I am pro life And I am pro life okay So he's explicit about that McCormick says not so much Here he is responding Mammon has flip flopped on every major issue And you can go to his own comments May 21st 2019 an interview with The Breakfast Club He essentially said that he was worried about the pro life movement that was creating fights He was worried about states putting in place pro life legislation Is this a conversation that's just sucking up oxygen here in a Republican primary Genie or will it help decide the outcome You know it feels like McCormick really believes that you listen to these ads that that inconsistency on ounces part is going to hurt him in the election But again just look back at Donald Trump he was pro choice He was pro life he had been you know in various positions not to mention he had been a Democrat in independent or Republican It didn't matter And so I'm not so certain that this idea of flip flopping inconsistency is going to resonate with voters on the ground And you know as you look at the Democrats it's so fascinating what fetterman has done is he stopped really talking about issues He's a left wing sort of guy He's a progressive in some ways but he started talking about the fact what I'm a fighter I will fight for you each and every day It's that kind of talk that's resonating with voters on both sides not issue consistency And so I'm not sure this is going to matter that much We've had this weekly storyline going Genie about whether the Trump brand is still intact It was endorsements matter He had his first loss of course in this latest go around But he's had a pretty good record so far I think we have to admit he ran the table two weeks ago Ohio Indiana who had some trouble in Nebraska Are we going to keep doing this every week or are we going to look at kind of the primary season as a whole before we judge Donald Trump I think we'll look at it as a weekly blow by below and then at the end we will look at it overall But I don't think anybody can turn a blind eye to the fact Just listen to this show that you've done today Donald Trump remains a critically important talked about him for the entire hour even as we change topics The absolutely and can you imagine another former president who lost The White House if he could command this much attention Donald Trump isn't paying for this attention He's getting free media attention So he is a force to be reckoned with and certainly when it comes to Republican primary races He'll lose some he'll win some but nobody can say he's not important And I go back He has raised more money than the Republican Party itself except two days in the last 6 months of 21 That's a remarkable statement right there It is but that brings me back to this Barnett bank account a $137,000 This is a state with two major media markets Pennsylvania It's an expensive proposition running for Senate Or for any statewide elected office here And it's proving again that this has a lot more to do with things than money Genie It does You know I go back to you know the race between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump You know as a political scientist we would always say money is the deciding factor You have more money you know 9 times out of ten you will win I'm not so sure that is the case anymore Sure money matters but there are so many avenues now for candidates if they can say outrageous things to get attention via social media which cost them very very little Spending time with Genie Chan saying of course Bloomberg politics contributor As we wind it down here a bit here of course on a Friday as we all try to get home together in one piece Jeannie was the last day on the job for Jen Psaki The White House press secretary We knew it was coming she announced this weeks ago in fact is Kareem Jean Pierre takes takes the podium if you will in the briefing room So today was the last go around and she had to you know to her credit a lot of people to thank And a lot of people were there to thank her This is just a taste of what it was like today in The White House briefing room as she brought this to a close You know this is my last briefing And it is Brian And I wanted to start with a series of thank yous I promised myself I wasn't going to get emotional Okay Thank you I want to say thank you to the president and the First Lady And then thanked everyone else She ever met It was kind of an Oscars type of thing Even had her husband in the room a lot of warm feelings on the way out here And she talked about her first meeting for this job Genie with.
"mccormick" Discussed on No Challenges Remaining
"It almost is going to just be like the house plant you forgot to water for a couple of weeks and just sort of Peter out. I mean, because they're just not doing anything. And you know, I would say that's especially true on the women's side. I mean, they really have not I don't think I've made much ground on the women's side. I mean, I asked the WTA, you know, if they had had any conversations with them and they said they had not even been asked yet, you know, which is sort of crazy to me. I mean, this is slightly just to sort of echo what you're saying and if I interrupt you, sorry. The PTA leaders have paid sort of lip service to the idea of including women and wanting to include women, but there's absolutely no proof they're doing that on any meaningful level. I talked to a bunch of top women during Wimbledon, you know, after this PTA launch, have you had conversations with anyone from PTA or Novak or anybody? You know, like top relevant players like ash Barty, other top tenors, different people who you would think would be the first people you'd talk to if you wanted to get a ground swell movement going. Other members of like player counts on stuff. And the answer was across the board. And I didn't talk to literally everyone, but a decent sample. It was all very hard nose. You know, like, they are not being engaged by the men. The men, I'm still not convinced that the PDPA wants to represent the women equally in terms of I'm not sure those guys want to have this sort of pressure of represent the women jointly and fairly and equally. And yeah, the W hasn't been engaged either. I think reported that the ATP or God density has talked a bit with PTP leadership in recent months. Yeah, they were supposed to. They met at Indian Wells, but if I think back on the last year of pro tennis, I mean, I think the incident that most cried out for a effective player representation association was Osaka at the French Open. I mean, that was that was such a fast ball over the middle for the PTA to say, you know, we're behind Naomi Osaka. This is an issue that tennis doesn't take seriously. You know, it's a sport with independent contractors. It's brutal on your brain, your wallet, you know, wears you down. We're gonna be here to support her. And reach out to her and try to legitimately make a connection with her and see if they could support her. And I don't know that that didn't happen, but I can guess that it didn't. I mean, and so to me, that was like also she's a pretty big name in the sport and would have been a good person to have on your side. So, you know, I just think that's really going to undermine them from being able to make a big big difference. Also, you know, like, where do they fit? I mean, part of the PTA question is, and I think one of the bigger questions for and this seems to be a bigger issue on the ATP than the WTA where I think everybody, they have the same issues, but everybody seems to get along better. Is structure. Like you said kermode was widely regarded as pretty good at his job, but he could not succeed because he was in a lose lose situation, he's either gonna piss off the tournaments or the players. You know, and so when you have a board that's set up with three from one side and three from the other side, you're putting all the pressure on the 7th. You know, who's supposed to be independent and kind of in the middle and playing the umpire, but ends up having to make all the big decisions. So the way the structure of the tour governance is set up is just generates conflict. So in that kind of comes back to the PTA thing because where do you see them fit? And I think when I talk to God Denise, he's, you know, you can see his face. I do like doing Zoom calls by the way as a reporter because you get to see people's you get to see how people react to things. And his face is like bemused, you know, like, we have a thing that is in place that can represent you. Yeah, granted, that could be better. You know, I'm not gonna say that the way it's set up is effective because it's clearly not. But there is an avenue or there is something there that you could work to improve instead of just creating a redundant second thing. And then where does it fit? You know, like, is it going to replace or does it sit outside? Or does it just raise L and wine a lot or is it able to actually do anything? So again, it comes back to structural organization chart type situations. You know, how can tennis move forward with the current structure that it has that very clearly doesn't work? One name we haven't mentioned who has been a big factor in the last 5 years more than that in tennis governance. And obviously fading away now from any official bro, Justin gimelstob, who was sort of a longtime board member and the one person agitating most for modes, ouster, I think, with his own ambitions of getting that job, once he was ousted from the ATP board or once he was finally pressured to resign after facing his violent felony charges, he left the ATP inside structure and Djokovic at the similar time decided that things couldn't be worked out internally anymore and when external. I do think that gimmel stop sort of moving from inside maneuvering tout summit over and it's also mirrored or Djokovic has followed that path. You know, Joe pinch is now trying to work from the outside. Once gamma stop was on the outside. So yeah, so we've learned to and before we can get this done in the next 8 minutes or so hopefully. This strategic plan that has been in the conversation for ATP tournaments voting on it, a lot of major overhauls. Very long-term plan, too. It's like a 30 year plan..
"mccormick" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"Yeah i mean it's production but he agassi's always spend pasha fantastic okay so the last you know maybe a few minutes of of you have a few more questions. And they're going to be our baltimore related questions. Because i'll be remiss. If i don't ask a guest on this podcast anything related to baltimore or the kind of surrounding areas so in here being your your person that's moved up here What what has been your your take on baltimore Since you moved up from like that houston area. And how's it. Ben being in business here in baltimore for like almost a decade like nine years and it's it's a cool place to run a business for sure I lived in dc for about the same about eight or nine years for him with the baltimore. Yeah it's it's just more laid back city. People are way more chill at you. Interact with everyone seems to be a little more like everyone's a hustler here. You got that kind of hustle energy of people and Yeah tapered off. You have like just people trying to try to make it out here and i would imagine that. That's kind of important to see when you're an entrepreneur because you are an entrepreneur. You gotta help. You can't be a lazy entrepreneur. I think all easy successful entrepreneur most so let's see have here a few more like maybe one more question before you know we get out of here so if you had someone like coming here to to check out somebody visiting heavy few places you tell them they really have to check out where your heart. Where do you like to to spend time. Obviously not in recent months. Or what have you but just generally. Where do you like to spend time. Where would you recommend people check out. Johnny ranch is my favorite pizza spot. I think a really great product of invert is amazing. I think they're the top bakery in the city for sure Best crab cake my favorite crabcakes probably from hannity's but i'd much earth they're open right now or what's going on with them but that's that's a really good spot in upper fells highly recommend But fatally is is great too. That's kind of an institution you have to go to right. I know they're they're setting up one in canes ville. Oh that's gonna be open sometime. This year i've i drive a lot But yeah i mean. There's only like a couple of corn beef places left around me on lombard street. But i like the both like weiss and y steadily pretty solid that last moment one of the things i like to do as i wrap up an interview with. Someone is with aghast. Is i get an opportunity to shamelessly plug people. Check this out. Indefinitely will what you're doing and all of that good stuff so where can check you out. Workiny check out on instagram. Whereas your your site all of that good stuff yeah okay so Instagram is high noon. Rbq that underscores in between high new barbecue and facebook. Also i knew barbecue. And our site is high noon dot llc. Or i don't know why pick fat just like amazon doesn't even recognize. Llc a valid email address if you try to use it to set up so i could sell product through amazon route to work that out but yet you go to our facebook or instagram. you can You can order at a bar products through their running our wholesale partners products through there as well We offer like next day or same day. Delivery on most of our products except for the artisan baked goods Those available between For delivery wednesday to friday. Yacht it But yeah Please check us out on instagram. We post a lot of content. Like today I'm doing a cooking video out. Smoked salmon that i'm doing for dinner tonight. and Yeah i'm just. I'm just a guy that really likes to do things like i don't. I don't know how. I end up with sausage brand but it's been about three years and I don't know i. 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An account blows your mind a little bit and you talk to someone that you only talk online up until now oh and we also do catering we do van catering and dinner catering but it's cool as equal. I think it worked out. I don't want to be my son off and again. Thank you for coming onto the pied so kevin mccormick from high noon. Bbq im rob lee for getting to the truth are and thanks for listening..
"mccormick" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"Welcome to getting to the truth in this art. I'm your host. Rob lee and today's guest is a wholesale. Your wholesaler entrepreneur. Have kevin mccormick on the podcast. A what's a good evening Yes i I own high noon. Barbecue start off as kind of like a barbecue. Stand doing lunch. Markets mainly to tess our sausage recipes and We did a couple of two or three baltimore lunch. Markets for about a year Before we started Wholesaling sausage that we make another meets to restaurants and the beginning of pandemic we We started doing retail home delivery and sell our products in other You locally made products. I other autumn artists. So i have two things because before podcastone purely a comedy podcast and i wanted to call you noted sausage linger but that would not be appropriate. I mean i'd be lying. You weren't the first person to come up with fat sausage humor. Well let's be real ice cream. So i have so in. In working within your your. I've seen that you're working with some of the artisans that you're working with. You have seen oven bird. I've seen vent and a few others but those are the top two that of come to mind because shamelessly. I like coffee and croissants. Wanna get into that space. Why was this the space that was like a calling for you. How how did you get into outside of. Because i remember you mentioned your own personal products but why was like sailing. Your space okay. So like for instance. I wholesale and make all these author patties. They use for their breakfast sandwiches and Right when i was kind of getting the home delivery you know a direct to consumer delivery thing off the ground. I thought you know. I need to have other products like the You know like a nice mix of products local products that people be interested in by. Because you know. I'm not trying to just order sausage all the time. I don't think anyone that's really but you know. So what i try to make some kind of fun categories like. There's the breakfast on good. All things practiced of types of bacon. Everything in our allies it's very meat centric but And then you just other things that i like that i i would like to have around like nice. Local nitro z- Ours and made croissants Also sal Some doboy products. Yes like the fresh produce roles like we. We saw some combos with a hot. Thanks and they'll buy fresh puzzle girls and yeah. They're they're really. You're the source when it comes to your your meat needs. I mean as a person with a smoker and i had a head jeff on from doboy fresh. it's great to kind of have that plug. I mean we've been chatting back and forth about a few different things and you throw down when it comes to preparing your meats so like cooking. Obviously a big thing for like a passion of yours. Did you get any training in when it comes to like making sausages or training when it comes to like Being barbecue guy or anything along those lines well I grew up in houston houston area clearly city and you know it was just kind of part of the culture. It is part of the culture and You know. I mean they go out for barbecue like every other week. Something like that and we do it a lot at home too but Yeah i got way more into it in my twenties just because you know just kicking it with the dudes from the fire. It's prime also. It's it's the butch. I'll ever got pretty much but But yeah i mean that's That's about it like just something i enjoy. It's it's like a zen moment you know like stealing some barbecue today like the weather is not great but you know it's like it's snow on the ground. It's quiet smell smoke. And you know it's like Like fortress salt basically. That's that's why i dig it. That's why i think a lot of people are into it. So like in houston and i know that like what texas is to meet down as brisket is the thing or what's the specific needs. I hear specifically about beef. But i think it's a specific. Cut right yeah. So brisket is Briskets the big deal taxes. Brisket beef ribs but really. There's there's been this intense like huge popularity with Central texas style barbecue and that's That's like like franklin is like a known central texas style barbecue. Guy like franklin's from austin like he's probably the most famous of the like of contemporary like barbecue guys masters but But yeah i in houston they they it and everything like that too but There's like more of a like mexican influence. So you'll get a lot of what i wanna call tax max but you know i don't really know what else to call it other than like tex-mex houston style barbecue but But yeah like there's also kind of a bit of a cajun Intra influence as well like there. Was this one place My dad used to taste through called up haitai's like cajun style barbecue place in houston and It was a pretty cool spot. Like i i i saw line about. I think about two years ago. The owner asked away like mr potter. Whatever but yeah. I remember going there for years and years and we'd always have like really nice nice barbecue that had like like fresh sausage. You know alligator sometimes the stop just at proximity to new orleans in right. Yeah yeah we like. We do family trips to new orleans is. It's not really like it's not like a crazy. It's like a good weekend trip to do when you're in houston so for you because i like to dip into like a person that's a maker or in that kind of space and what they're doing. What does a maybe a typical day for. You look like when you're when it's not cova. I know that's been a reality for like the last year. But when it's not cool they would a typical day for you like look like. Is it like a gas up. I gotta get out there. Well what does that mean. Actually my business hasn't there. There've been some hiccups but Obviously because it's connected to the restaurant industry could industry so But most of my clients have Leave state afloat like with carry out carry drinks and all that but I i don't think any of my clients have been affected though. I think people that have adapted quickly of you know the business has remained or it's been better like for instance johnny ads. I know they still make money. Selling to go drinks but They're still ordering the same amount of sausage from me as they ever did. Something more pizzas than they used to. So yeah. But i mean some some of the fine dining restaurants bosley sleep and had really hard so but yeah Getting.
"mccormick" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio
"It smells amazing. And you can also buy it locally at a bayton weights not cut bait and tackle for goodness sake and of course the lighthouse. Which is that's number four was over there. yeah the white house which is right across the street. So get on out there and Where you're good. They're very good. She's a lovely camera woman to So get out there and get your donate it bug spray. It take care of the box. And then are flying up your nose or any of your crevices as as you enjoy this lovely summer weather so segment number three as we just keep merrily moving along without a hitch yet today. Now there's been there have. I don't know anyone snapped our pictures today. I didn't see. I saw the the blue super. I didn't see anybody snapped the pictures. All right. the brand new owners of the hammerhead jimmer here. And i'm gonna let you guys introduce yourself as i get myself untangled from the all the paperwork and Welcome to the show thank you my. Name's bob clawson and nice enclosed bob. Yeah regard bob clawson and my wife shannon and i and our co partners hammer. Jim very nice. Where are you guys from. You're not from talbot. Sorry sorry. Sarah mccormick my husband are meant and actually just left this morning and go where from iowa so he had to drive home south. So yeah are you all from iowa iowa former mars bitch little part yes so twenty. Five years ago my father-in-law and mother-in-law brought us down here for vacation and originally started off in santa bell and then decided to check out. Fort myers beach and brought us here eventually. Bought property they brought property down here in two thousand sixteen. We bought a condo down here and then just recently well two thousand eighteen. We bought a house. And so now we have a house on or you live right here on the beach very cool. And what got you interested in. Obviously or both fit. What got you interested in. I in the fitness center. So i've been going there for. I think about twenty four years. I think i have my original three out of five day. Passer that i bought from tiffany. Which is the original owner and just been going there percents end zone. Tiffany like you said. She's owned at her and her husband and that have owned for for since it opened. I imagine over the seven eleven next to the seven eleven about my i'd say a mile and a half down from us. Yes and so. How did you get down here. So we're friends from visit with bob and shannon. Probably i don't know two or three years ago..
"mccormick" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The Jennifer McCormick situation, and Not only is she a endorsed Woody Myers she's endorsed by the contour of the Democrat running for state Senate against John Runkle Haus. She's endorsed south and winds. Apple of the attorney general's race of the Republican Party has led out, said, You know, we don't even consider a Republican anymore. Dr. McCormick, is it? Yeah, I'm a Republican. But he's you know you did it involve the Democratic primary back in June, so Well, Yeah, there was a contestant president. Why get the presidential anymore at that point, But in Indiana, you can pull whatever ballot you want. Her statements made do not sound like those over. You know, there have been a lot of prominent Republicans crossing over with endorsements. John much. The former nominee for governor has endorsed Joe Biden. Scott Newman, the former Republican prosecutor has endorsed Joe Biden. There's a lot more of those outside Indiana that those are probably the two most prominent In Indiana. Um General McCormick hasn't stopped at the governor's race with the presidential race. Rather just, McCormick has had some complaints about how the states to kill the Republican Legislature has handled education in her four years in office. She may not be thrilled with the fact that her office has been written out of existence. You will be the last elected state superintendent and position is making her voice known. It's AH, it's Always interesting when someone goes full bulwarks, where I've got nothing to lose, and I don't have to worry about facing another election, and I'm going to say what I guard well feel. In the end, she is embracing that role. Something's up with Eric Permanent. Just admit you listen to the weekend edition of the Duel. A large euro, 93 WNBC. You've heard.
"mccormick" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"From Goldman McCormick pr goldman McCormick dot com We do these business segments and I just absolutely love them. But Mark you have fascinating stories. I don't know if we'll have time for all of them. But Saletan, which is so interesting. What an interesting, fascinating concept. Tell everybody a little bit a bit about this story because I'm loving this story. Yeah. You know what I am too. And thank you so much for having me on yet again. So Pell Aton. A new AA. You acquit and launches this week, including a lower price, high tech treadmill and more expensive bike option with wrote rotating screen, which is pretty cool. The new company's bike will cost about 2500 bucks and will be available this week. Treaded called, which will retail for about $2495 is coming over to the UK, December US and in the early 2021 in Germany later next year, the company said. The original pelt on Frankie. The bike price will drop to 18 95 from 20 to 45 this week. Um, And it's with this side brand new launch of this So ah, very, very interesting stuff. I think they're very smart. And I'll tell you why my late mother had an expression. A fast quarter is better than a slow dollar any day of the week. And I think that They're smart, because There's a lot of people that want to exercise. The gyms are are just croak ng here in my neighbourhood. They're not nowhere near what they used to be. Even with all the precautions, people they're still not venturing out to the gym's some communities there still not even available to go to the gym. Children imagine having a piece of equipment and I heard it really. I've never been on one, but I heard they're pretty spit pretty spectacular. I I haven't been on one get either, but they look phenomenal Eye problem is, though. Love and this may or may not help with these. I need to go to a game and I need somebody to tell me what to do. So if the Beltran structures that are digitally they don't know what to do what they think of my work. Yeah, they do. They absolutely tell you what to do. They absolutely do. I have that, you know? Yeah, Yeah. No. I have friends that swear by again, it takes suggest a plan. It takes the commitment. And it's not for the faint of heart. Financially or physically, So just, you know, it just is what it is. But, boy, you know what? Yeah, a lot of money. But if you think about how much that gym costs every year, and whatever else is out there in the gas and everything else you know, probably calls out somewhere it might be worth it. Absolutely absolutely. It's something to look into. All right. A fun story. Jelly belly. Tell us about jelly belly. Are you a big fan of jelly belly by chance? Do you like those jellybeans? Well, I don't I don't eat sugar, so I don't I don't need anything with sugar. I haven't for Right? Not to, but when I cheat on their sugar involved jelly bellies or one of the top of my list, so anyway, the jelly belly under launches a Wonka as like Willy Wonka ask Treasure on winner. But that will receive a beat in a candy factory. I mean, this is crazy. This movie came out so many years ago and ah, Jelly bell, Just belly part of me is utilizing some sort of Ah, Tun has to us to do this so bright spot in Kobe Times were really the founder of Jelly Belly Company. Is launching a nationwide treasure hunt. That sounds more something out of the storybook in real life. David Klein will knew no longer own jelly bellies, given away a Florida candy factory to the lucky winner. Participants will be looking for you Got it, Frankie..
"mccormick" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology
"Their value not worth anything and they've been end up becoming business owners, inspiration nonprofit leaders. Whatever? That's the point that additionally illustrates that we are what we actually are. There is stimuli that is exerting tremendous pressure on us, and we can you know divert and backed. We all do divert and all sorts of ways, but the essence is what it is. And the closer we connect to it though the just more congruent everything tends to be so I really practical way to for people listening right now to to really even conceptualize what you're saying really actualized in other words. What you're what you're saying is simply one, am I learning about myself? Right this second we take that time to slow down and kind of think of our thoughts and kind of think of how we're presenting ourselves to the world or even to ourselves. In the moment when we have that time of introspection, we can then say Whoa am I how do I feel about that? What's happening for me? I know for me I was talking about this the other day. I have a lot of things going on we all do and but because of things that are happening in the world right now, things are slow down a bit. So I'm learning and I hate this lesson but I'm continuing to learn it is have to work on patients and so every time I, feel something like Oh and I reflect on that and I'm like Okay James That's work on patients. So the point is is that when you have all these constructs and ideas of how we're supposed to be what the world says or where we want to go but we don't really Have a true understanding when you slow down and literally checking with yourself right that moment you'll start to see while my experience and I'm having right now does that feel joyful to me is that feel fulfilled? Do I feel successful whatever label you want to use for that will then give you that internal barometer to make sure you're not so lost in your logic or not. So lost in external things helps you re recenter to say this is the person I want to be and when you find that recenter then the other aspects in which you're talking about star to become more balanced. As an awesome point. You know I actually talk about anxiety you alluded to anxiety by even saying, wait a minute is how I'm feeling right now the space joy and energy of joy like what am I it all anxiety About how that tends to work it is something that's in the future. It's just not in the now it's like and GonNa fill this test my relationship won't make it. I'M GONNA, get fired I won't make enough money I won't whatever it is or it is the past. Do that. What's wrong a bad parent I'm a bad this bad. Both of those are basically fictitional meaning they do nothing for now the past is the past is not gonNa Improve Your situation right now especially being negative about it and the future hasn't happened but by worrying about that thing year in the energy of the problem, which makes your current situation sucky. Manifest. The bad thing. So absolutely right is like how do I? Recognize the most important moment is now and are the things that I'm worrying about really me or are they actually ideals that I'm punishing myself over but I'm really here to experience joy. So in this moment, what brings me joy. Let me play my favorite song right now. Oh, let me go one. Here's a lot of things affect most things bring your are completely free. And then once we get in that energy where the vibe is higher, now you can address whatever thing that you were worried about. But worry creates fear fears crippling. So rather than worry about it, you want your energies in a higher place. As you mentioned I'm now in a space of join this moment. Now, the mind can address the issue without the energy or the emotion of fear which is crippling, and so better things happened in that context, which is a little bit more control or thought of how it is were directing our energy and let. Ourselves be triggered. I read a physics example when time and they were talking about how if you take. US. I think it's seven city blocks in a square and it's fill the dense fog. That's a hundred feet tall all of that dense fog once again. That's one hundred feet tall and seven seven blocks by seven blocks connected. If you can condense all that together, you can condense all that fog into one cup of water, and so it's such a beautiful thing when you really think about that in life when we allow, we get lost in that fog like you're talking about that fear that hypotheticals all of that. But when she can really find perspective, it condenses all that and then you rise above it or you're you are empowered to be able to see the direction life. To be able to say, now I am the author of my life as opposed to these dire circumstances I will always affect me. Yes and I love the illustration wish I had that in the book actually because. One of the things that help you you like you asked me earlier, how do you get someone? How does? How is a person able to believe and understand how they have the power for everything? How do they really become unbounded while I alluded to it being a belief because beliefs spirit meaning your energy fear for example, as a spirit, it is an energy energy spirit synonymous. And it may come from knowledge with things that you were told to fear. But the point is to the extent that you can control the emotion you control the outcome. So rather than just telling somebody a bunch of Rura building motivational stub, this has not a motivational book you may feel inspired by yourself because the whole point here is. You're connecting your dot. So going within means, you begin to realize how every single thing in your life. Has served you. And the things that you haven't yet realized. Do you good is just a matter of time until you realize it if you don't realize it at the moment because you're in the energy of the problem is just like. Every child grows up to realize how great vegetables are for them, but at the time and. The. Terrible. So guess what I want people to do is go down their own journey and once it becomes a belief that Oh crap I'm being served by this and I thought it was the most horrible thing in the world to go through several scenarios where you realize that now there's a belief inside of you. So now when you address something that's current and it's so scary was so scary. So ominous, you realized this too I'm on. A bit of a cosmic journey I'm I'm in a experience that is beyond what the physical realm around me tells me it is tells me how horrible it is because here's something back in the day that I thought was horrible and I realized how beautifully it has changed or evolved or improved me. So therefore, in this current state, I'm not going to be overly worried about it. So it again, it creates this unbounded sort of way about you. Because you really know now you haven't just been told and trying to convince yourself certain things you've seen firsthand. So it just it brings you a lot more control. Awesome. I love that unfortunately McCormick our time is up if my listeners WANNA find out more I you to purchase his amazing book unbounded journey to your within where they find all this information online. You can find it on my website. It's unbounded book Dot Com also air McCormick dot com. 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"T. fourteen yard line if they have a McCormick with a whole website still the five ninety is hammered to the deck there tak flag on the play and is it going to be another one of those watch the end of the play on the big screen here hold offense number seventy re playing second down I was worried initially it was going to be the helmet to helmet type contact but that was a monster hit from Macintosh with the shoulder and instead holding called on Utah we will see nation's most productive field goal kicker in junior Matt gay a long of fifty six did that twice this will be about half of that twenty seven twenty eight yards angle white as the youth member after the successful onside kick and gay whistles it proves so Utah settles for three the band still not settled with the targeting call on Washington safety Joe Joe McIntosh twelve forty seven remaining in the second quarter of the year to expand their lead to ten six in Stamford is defeated California seventeen fourteen down on the farm thus eliminating Washington a chance to win the pac twelve north Akhmed deep as you wish now ski it takes a fifteen yard run up this fall on its way to the far side and hope this one out of bounds Washington we'll start from its own thirty five yard line after the penalty on the kickoff that which knows he was out of bounds the Huskies face second down and seven from their own thirty eight yard line well to get the gun it'll read hand off please select funders out across the forty five yard line of the forty eight first down Washington authoritative Kerry there from big number twenty two of on golden running out of the gun on second and ten fakes the hand off the gas fires over the middle with the cats inside the Utah forty one the forty yard line that'll be a twelve yard gain a husky first down second catch from Dante Pettis on Browning under center double tight end set takes the handoff little tips coming from the nearest fire five five thirty to twenty the Utah tended to use a guideline the gas can go on right six of the van is coming back lap thirty two yard gain out the back door Washington first and goal good looking play right there Dante Pettis so fast that long stride this took it to the house dogs inside the ten the lady of sneer side on the left the center second and goal from the seven the action scrambling left now goes back to life Paul bought by politically what is the five you can still watch wow what a play what he caught that ball for use use our defenders right for it is made of miss their first couple would be tacklers with him into the end zone and that payment is Jake Browning seventy six career touchdown pass is now number one all time Washington in career touchdown passes he does here is good this time inside the left upright Washington has retaken the lead nine forty five remaining here in the first half he's in front of you thirteen third down little Levin Huntley to throw running out now trying to scramble to the near boundary fires up the with the pick up the Washington forty yard line there they're awful decision by Tyler Huntley to just look that one up for grabs in Washington safety Taylor Rapp happy to grab it on the other end the defense created a turtle so unable to take advantage of the interception the Huskies will pop the football and here's what it could be hard for the man for Utah's gonna let it bounce inside the five and it's a Utah bouncing goes all the way into the end zone it's a fifty two yard punt but with Ford would like to have it back take twenty off the net the Utes will start at their own twenty yard line trailing thirteen to ten paying no penalty for their first turnover of the ball game a little bit ago on third and ten from twenty nobody takes the snap the bullets in back here Wellington charge for the sophomore linebacker for the site up click Washington's first tonight a loss of nine fourth down in nineteen Utah only eleven yard line wow Washington ready to go for the thirteen to ten late working from midfield going from.
"mccormick" Discussed on WTOP
"CBS correspondent Cammy McCormick at the Pentagon yesterday was the thirteenth anniversary of the disappearance of former FBI agent Robert Levinson the DC court is now shedding some new light on what happened to him in a statement the family of Robert Levinson said how much they missed him they also shared a DC court ruling on Monday that indicated he was in Iran as a private investigator looking into corruption in the Iranian regime specifically that Iranian officials were skimming the regime's oil profits and hiding the money in overseas investments in its ruling this week the court found the Iranian government was responsible for Levinson's kidnapping the family says it has reason to believe he is still alive and still there J. J. green WTOP news being called the most far reaching prosecution in racehorse doping history more than two dozen trainers veterinarians and drug suppliers have been charged with giving race horses performance enhancing drugs William Sweeney junior and the assistant director in charge of the New York FBI office calls there's nothing less than abuse they experienced cardiac issues over exertion leading the leg fractures increased risk of injury and in some cases death those who were charged ran horses at tracks in five states and the United Arab Emirates a happy ending to a sad story that kitten found shot with an arrow on Valentine's day as a new home now Cupid story touch so many people prospects for his for ever home put numbers in a drawing for the adoption soul serendipitous because that we hold number fourteen that you put was found February fourteenth finally enough the lady that was number fourteen had told me that her lucky number was fourteen and it was like heard Jersey number in high school or something the animal welfare league of Arlington Chelsea Jones is sixty five hundred Bucks was needed for Cupid's arrow removal surgery donors gave eighty seven thousand overwhelming and also proceeds now are helping other pets to Kristy king WTOP news coming up the corona virus has a lot of people avoiding a handshake so what do you do in a business meeting without offending anyone seven forty four even before arriving at the scene emergency personnel need to anticipate potential risks and make decisions in our ongoing series Vince this sunny eighty anti federal principal consultant describes how FirstNet can support federal agencies to play a critical role in emergency response when you think about the U. S. department transportation they're responsible for managing the transportation of hazardous materials across the country let's see there's a situation where a train derails public safety that's responding to that derailment needs to know what that material is right so it's very critical that that information can pass and that's again another use case where first that's really changing insuring that that information does truly pass gets to the front line first responders in a very critical efficient manner bill to meet the needs of first responders across.
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"mccormick" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"The pre lamb and that's all the native teach dot org which is great so you understand that people who meet him before the concert or doing it for a very positive charitable cause but county talent was here the previous year. Kevin Montgomery and again. That was a bit of an you had seen Gary on his own but the two albums have been tremendous than kept. Montgomery was was a very good supporting. We'd a great time. There's some small venues year like religions in particular covers. Maybe four or five hundred people and it was just ideal again. Very Open approachable. They all went to the front afterwards to sign the March Neal's Lachmann likewise and comes the phone to the the auditorium and signs. All the merchandise as well so each beat that have been here individually with with other bonds or are. Soto are all very welcome I did. I had the same experience I was able to see little steven the night before the show. he was supposed to broadcast live and they ended up. That didn't work out so he was just. They're having lunch with dinner with the band and he met people in talk to visited and so I was able to spend a few minutes with them. And then same thing when Neal's played here in Dallas You know I was able to get my picture taken with him. Unfortunately Jake and Gerry did not tour in in Texas though. I'm hoping they do. I would like to see both of them live. I agree with you. I have loved both Gary Solo works. I think they've been really fun and unexpected. I knew little stephen would do a great album. I knew neal's would do a great album. I even thought Jake was but I was really happy to see Gary who is sitting there quietly just playing the hell out of a base to see this creativity on his part was just was really a nice. Treat a great much more demonstrative than he would be on stage. You say you know hitting the four strings or whatever he was on the again. The bond were super On his young lady is daughter. Lydia was on March and she was very friendly and accommodating and all the rest and you got the sense that these are again troubadours on the road and a very much open to the audience. I actually hasn't traveled here and what his jukebox show. But when I was over in two thousand eighteen typing I saw him at the stone pony with the weaklings again. Very approachable and we can be very good at doing the jukebox. Show so each of the story. You Know Lloyd. Bit Number of doesn't seem to do that but each of the other each week members have been ma'am superb musicians and superb humans. Absolutely we are really blessed all right so it's time Tom. I'm going to ask you the Mary questions. So for those of you who have not ever listened to the show. the We have One friend of the show and often guest. Jason Armstrong is an honors English teacher. And he because he he covers Thunder road as a point and he sits there and discusses it as a As a point discovers the story compares it to the road less traveled by Robert Frost and at the very end. He asked the question of his class. Does Mary get in the car so Tom. That is your question at the end of thunder road. Does Mary get in the car I hope she does. Okay I think she would they. She would Yeah I think she would good. Are you an argument is rain rains? Yes of so. I actually printed up shirt that you can buy on the set listening Bruce Shirt a store that says the question is whether Suazer ways is she getting a car so yes so I go with ways but I certainly am not going to argue with the people that thinks it's ways so very well Any final thoughts. Some wasn't just as you said about the poems and clash. Sunday was in Glasgow at the Class Royal Concert Hall where the county connections have an Eighteen Day music festival in Glasgow on they had a seventieth birthday tribute For Bruce Springsteen so a number of different artistes were there Ryan being in from Los Angeles muddy harder to put together a his bond. Was The lonesome fire. These Hannigan from Ireland was overseeing and Don show was on accordion. Jonathan Wilson Phil Campbell. I'M A he. History of Western stars was like a poem pretty well. There was three songs. A Bruce in the first half growing up western stars on jungle and jungle Somebody that the whole steady and lead singer as well. That worked very well so again. The words are so good sometimes. You can treat them differently and then uniquely. I think here in Ireland and on the eleventh of October two thousand Seventeen Lima. Mainly who's the lead singer with the or was lead singer with the hothouse flowers here? He was the main singer with a group of musicians. Who TRANSLATED ABOUT TWELVE ABREU SONGS INTO IRISH? I think that was the first time I'd heard Bruce Songs translated into a different language that English. I checked Eileen Chapman who I send all the Irish material to with the Bruce Springsteen archives New Jersey and tightly onset At the archives in two thousand eighteen so much. I'll let your audience said see what they say but some of the poems that Lima mainly treatment of Atlantic city was like a poem because obviously with the translation It doesn't really work if you try to match it with the different 'em beats in the in in on itself but raising the river goes to Tom Jones dot down bound train and they're all superb at as superbly translated into the Irish language. Give him the the rock and roll. Beat the Celtic Connections Festival. Plows school was more like a cover of Bruce's sat material? And where this one was a bit different. I thought going over with them. Kelly connections can be Irish. Scottish used the same gaelic or different versions of the Irish and Scotch Irish. And and other than that. I think your audience will be interested to hear the different versions so hopefully that will work. And hopefully the next door will meet Donna from Bruce Funds on happy to have heard been the Irish Bruce Funds embassador to get tickets into those who haven't heard the man himself and try to make a difference in their lives as well. That sounds absolutely wonderful. And yes you're GONNA try to. We'RE GONNA try to share some of those songs and you're going to try to get him to me because I would love to hear them I if you're if someone wants to reach you. Are you on twitter? Yes I thankfully you have mentioned it earlier as Tommy maxine. Three to one. That's the one we use for the picked cute. So keep that in your phones for the Dublin tour. Ask Tommy Maxine. Three two one. I'm also on instagram on facebook Tacoma. There's a picture of Stevia myself on a on. A previous tour am is my profile pic. Look forward to getting 'em with any credit. Come in on them. I Rish related venues concerts at might not do Bruce Miller we also promote whatever we can. That's coming up to Any of the east or at Beit. Light of day aren't which takes place the day after Thanksgiving there's different tribute bonds Both springsteen's Arlanda. Joey Brennan Jerry Renan in the in the UK a superb. Obviously the hungry heart. I don't know if you've heard hungry. Heart Discos these are just thirty. Day are in town on the fifteenth of February here in Dublin. So if you're traveling to Dublin or Europe just a global network of fellow addicts. Might you know satisfy your need for Bruce Music. So just keep in touch and we look forward to seeing you in. Dublin or at least helping you on your way wherever it is to Europe. I'm beyond are very nice. Hang tight while I do a little business if you want to join me and share your springsteen story I'd love to have you several ways you can reach me. You can email me at settling bruce at gmail.com you can go. I'm on twitter at Jesse Jackson. Dfw This.
"mccormick" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Lands and I'm Joe McCormick and today of course we're going to be doing a movie episode that's right we've been trying to do one of these a month just because there are so many so many films we love in so many films that either have wonderful tie ins to scientific and cultural topics we've discussed on the show or the you know they they allow us to discuss new things in new angles it wouldn't necessarily necessitate an entire episode on their own all right so what's on the docket today well this month we're looking at really one of my I I have to say is one of my favorite films on it you know in terms of thinking about films you saw a definite point in your life that had an impact on your your your outlook in the film is nineteen seventy twos silent running I saw it for the first time this weekend yeah I never seen before and seen like stills from it I think it's in stills of the robots because it's a very robot heavy film despite being one obsessed with nature environmental themes of the robots can awful lot of screen time they do yeah and I think if you're having trouble picturing the film if we just mention like geodesic domes in space with with forests in them Bruce Dern and in three demeaning diminutive robots that kinda shambling around that's that silent running in a nut shell now this was directed by Douglas Trumbull right who is like a visual effects guy for many years yeah yeah he he provided special photographic effects for such classic sci fi films as two thousand one a space Odyssey one of the best yeah close encounters of the third kind Star Trek the motion picture Blade Runner and then later on the tree of life yeah and then you know his it was in the family too because his father was a special effects pioneer who worked on nineteen thirty nines the wizard of oz you can really feel the spirit of the sixties in this movie from nineteen seventy two but maybe you can also feel the despair of the seventies and it is the both of those spirits come crashing together in silent running yeah I thought about I've been thinking about this a lot recently in part because we're we're researching episodes about psychedelics and about psychedelic research and then the the decades in which actual medical research regarding psychedelics just completely languish and it always makes me think of hunter S. Thompson's commentary about the noted that the waves of the of the nineteen sixties crashing and falling back right and and once again I think they know that ties into to to this film as well now before we continue though let's let's have just a quick audio sample from the original trailer for silent running just remind everybody a little bit about what we're talking about here the strange void a rare car the pharmacist plans the growing things to extinction and then return our ship this forced silent running every danger as Mannix the mysteries of an unknown this universe so.
"mccormick" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The court with five McCormick website drives to the basket lobs it up there it's that is the Auburn sports network number eleven Auburn pulled out a ninety one to ninety one over eighteen ranked LSU divine McCormick's floater with a point second left zero point one on the clock you know T. similar Dougherty had add thirty five three pointers to my twenty six points and all and he in the Tigers rallied from fourteen down in the second half to get the win he had this a postgame following that still leading victory for Auburn state is back then and they gave us an opportunity to see the body one under a lot of spring is that we wasn't James was gone under a lot of spring throughout this whole season so this gave us the opportunity to see the three more we kinda knew that come in a game we can plan for it and I'm a we we we we can't hesitate to suit this call with all but this also each player for the tremendous low remembering should that they have for you what is the chief so the the show is you walk on the score I'm sure that will be his have tried to use the word of god which is a special build.
"mccormick" Discussed on WTOP
"Spending Kenny McCormick we are happy to continue the conversation with the Iraqis about what the right structure is that secretary of state Mike Pompeii said it's too early to start talking about withdrawing more than five thousand American troops we've been there to perform a training mission to help the Iraqi security forces be successful and to continue the campaign against ISIS the counter dash campaign of we're going to continue that mission the Iraqis called on the U. S. to send a delegation there to draw up plans for a withdrawal complaining the recent build up of troops because of tensions with Iran violated a past agreement Cammy McCormick CBS news the Pentagon the latest shot fired by the trump administration at a run is economic new sanctions have been announced targeting eight senior Iranian officials and manufacturing mining and textiles sectors foreign policy analyst Joseph certain Sione this is gonna hurt these sanctions that will further continue the economic warfare against Iran that this administration's been waging treasury secretary Stephen Manujan says the sanctions will cut off billions of dollars of support to the Iranian regime house speaker Nancy Pelosi says she plans to send articles of impeachment to the Senate next week the speaker and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell have been at an impasse over the nature of the upcoming Senate impeachment trial CBS news political analyst Leonard Stein horn Nancy Pelosi accomplished a message of victory by insisting that witnesses be called even if she couldn't get Mitch McConnell to do so she made that a primary message of the impeachment trial that's coming ahead in the Senate there is a new jobs report out one hundred forty five thousand jobs were added in December a bit of a slowdown in job growth unemployment held at three point five percent this is economic analyst mark Hamrick economy appears to be stable the job market is at least marching employees were still adding more workers than we need to to absorb the growth of the population and as long as we're above say one hundred thousand jobs out of the month we should be fine CBS news correspondent Naomi rock on with the story of one company looking to attract and keep good people looking to pull down six figures this year see if Taco Bell is hiring general managers at some of its company owned restaurants will now receive an annual salary of one hundred thousand dollars as the company tries to recruit and retain talented people the higher.
"mccormick" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"The least likely going to court three ball marcados to look at six three in favor of dancers first of the year mark his second he was too far less we crossed were passed near the top Dobson has cancer McCormick left elbow pulls up hello okay the girl with the full reporter he's got three buckets eight three five point advantage for cancer sixteen forty deployed that's always the weak point of the two trees owners that middle area nearly falls dancing in the corner to the way it went off most the travel website is he able to the far side of the bridge I just lost the handle of a couple of basketball he's brought to us by quicken loans to complex simple rocket mortgage for the whole black experts centered around you rocket mortgage by quicken loans mortgage provider and who's attacking for five eight three people like quarter is Derek October of past apology high post record with all three and a three second goal use side against has a book I'm not sure to call him a McCormick for either worked out in there sixteen sixteen deployed half number one eight to three thirty four turnovers mark this is what we're afraid of Lisa has been live ball one cent directions transition to the right side part three fires and miss you travel with a rebound goal with my apologies with us for quite awhile past left side I post McCormack pays off for fifteen will kill the killers got the rebound here come the followers.
"mccormick" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Of the draw. one again by sterility covert trying to clear Listerine and could hold a covert follows up and got it out to Bari BladeCenter ice immediately got check by Pesci UGM to Baghdad yeah I'm rude if we were to set gene is there but he turns it over to Alex Bari belay cross the blind love point drop not stored away by Gucci ale Papa down the ice for yeti quickening the lightning's alright circle and look for loose arena wind at close to Reno left corner strip by throwing throwing just counters the other way barreling up the middle of center Anthony so really cross the blind the left circle forces it fired up for stamp goes through skates no other panelists. the puck is cleared by McCormick the center ice in Suzuki returns Max McCormick across the lighting I love circle. years penal on airports by Thomas that'll bring about a whistle but is the fourth Carolina power play tonight. again looking to add to the one nothing lead one seventeen the time the infraction. seventy one two minutes holding the rally for holding. he grabbed when you when you take your hand off the stick one hand then reach out with that and that you took out the second guy falls automatic any of taking four penalties tonight three of occurred the offenses and that's another bad bad pool with Stevens in Walmart to the rate of which would. and it's one by metal Stevens with guards couldn't cleared.