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Fresh update on "mcdowell" discussed on WISH TV's News 8 Daybreak

WISH TV's News 8 Daybreak

01:03 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "mcdowell" discussed on WISH TV's News 8 Daybreak

"It is by 14. We're following a developing story this morning, The Pentagon is tracking a giant Chinese rockets spinning out of control toward Earth. It's expected to land sometime in the next three days. Song Scary Yeah, Odds are it will break into pieces on re entry, but it might not news it's Britta Donnelly has latest from several agencies following this, several agency, several people several historians, this could be big or it could not. Hopefully, it's just spaced letter that will make a water landing. I'll grant you that sounds bad, but it's not great. I mean, we are getting yes, As you say, A scuba styles thing is going to slam into the earth. The Pentagon is tracking a large Chinese rocket hurtling out of control in space. It's 22 tons, going 18,000 MPH, and we'll hit somewhere in the world tomorrow, Mother's Day or Monday. It's not as scary as it sounds, Harvard astrophysicists Jonathan McDowell explains. This is the spacecraft that delivered a module for China's space station. It was launched last week and is now expected to re enter its atmosphere sometime. He says. It'll likely melt on its way down and break up into little chunks that I'll smash into the earth at 100 MPH. So you don't want to be standing in front of one of those, but it's more like a small plane crash than a mega catastrophe. So so I had a lot of panic on the Internet. We don't know that. But it Zdenka Netley something that we don't want to have happen. And so what are the options? Take aim and shoot it out of the sky. At this point. We don't have a plan to shoot the rocket down. We're hopeful that That it will land and in a place where it won't Harm anyone, hopefully in the ocean, and statistically, that is where it'll land. The last one, the same kind of rocket from China flew over New York City and landed in the Atlantic Ocean. But we didn't know that until later, and Professor McDowell says that a.

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Fresh update on "mcdowell" discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

00:36 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "mcdowell" discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

"Breer from mmqb dot com About the text message in two letters. Okay, When you get a text that says, okay, you ask somebody Let's say you asked me You want street tacos tonight? Yeah, right. I said okay. Okay. Means I want Tom. How does that feel to you? It feels like indecision, which I don't like. You know, I need more than that. I need you to elaborate a little bit, So I know exactly how to enter because the problem is You don't want to misinterpret Okay, because that can make things bad man for the whole day. Thank you. My room back cap. Thank you to hug you right now. You're both wrong. Got only health of this last night. We won't ask our next guest about okay, because he's more than okay. Even the feel good stories of the NFL draft. Stay tuned. Jonathan Cooper, Ohio State Buckeyes. Next ready on ESPN Radio. For all things India. The league has not been this wide open in years. ESPN podcasts have it covered with our best MBA voices. Those two teams changed the course of this leak. Listen, now the following is a true story. I had a lady that was in her mid seventies and I'd solder timeshare and that was the lowest I've ever felt in my life. I knew then that I had to do something to simply not to go to hell for selling time. I'm here. Chuck McDowell founded Wesley Financial Group to help folks cancel their timeshares permanently called horror and everybody that I'd so Tom shirt too, And I said, This is what I said through that was alive and this is what you need to do to cancel your time shirt. From that point, People started referring friends to me to help them cancel the time Sure, and that's how it all started. I thought the world's largest timeshare company, federal court, If I had lost that lawsuit, there would be no one helping people that have been lied to when they bought time, Sir. If we take you as a client, we will cancel your time, sir. Or will give your money back. That's what makes us different. Call Wesley Financial Group Now for a free information, kid. 806 0 17 71. That's 806 60 17 71 806 egg 0 17 71. Friends, Tom Waddell here. Did you know that Jeff King's at Casino Queen Sports Book is America's top rated sports book with nearly limitless ways to bet? Well, they are. And this week Draftkings, the official sports betting operator of the Chicago Cubs, is bringing you closer to the action with a 50% boost on your winnings on any baseball bet placed Taking advantage of this prophet boost is very easy. All you have to do is place a bet on any baseball game. And if that bad hits draft kings of Casino Queen Sports book will give you a 50% boost, that means a $100 payday could turn into a $150 payday. With the boost head.

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Keselowski Claims 6th Win at Talladega With Overtime Pass

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last week

Keselowski Claims 6th Win at Talladega With Overtime Pass

"His last he took advantage of a late race caution at Talladega superspeedway to get his first NASCAR Cup series win of the season and move into second place on the all time wins list at the track with seven trips to victory lane before the caution it looks like Matt DiBenedetto would cruise to the win but he dropped back on the final restart trying to defend his position and ended up in fifth because Lossky will cross the stripe of several car spun behind him in the tribal just one tenth of a second ahead of second place finisher William Byron Michael McDowell finished the race in third followed by Kevin Harvick in fourth I'm Jerry Jordan

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"mcdowell" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:17 min | Last week

"mcdowell" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Articles videos that help. Parents and help students develop christian worldview. Let me ask you since you've written a whole book about it. What are some of the most damaging distortions of sex love relationships that you see out there and that even in the church people are not clear on one of the biggest lies. This generation has told us that sex is not a big deal now sometimes in the church. We've made it the biggest deal. It's not idolatry is but our cultures. It's not a big deal. It doesn't matter why think we know this is not true. There was a movie in twenty sixteen. I didn't see it. But i read about it called passengers with chris pratt and jennifer lawrence and they're on a ship traveling through space going somewhere they wake up seemingly accidentally and in the movie they build a relationship and there's the sex scene. Well i saw chris prac- interviewed about this and he was asked. How do you do a sex scene and care for your other partner and you could see. Mr cool was uncomfortable. And he gives his answer. And i thought if sex is not a big deal. Why do they ask about that scene. Why not ask him about another scene. They asked him about that scene. Because we know sex means something. I did further. Research and jennifer lawrence got herself drunk for one scene. She filmed in that movie. Guess what seen it was was a sexy. Of course it was but she called her mom the night before eric and this is the first time she had done seen like that and she said mom. I've never felt so vulnerable. Please tell me everything is going to be okay. I think of my daughter. When i heard that an all these girls told sex is not a big deal. Give your body weight. It doesn't matter but deep in their hearts they know that we need to keep saying it. Folks we are going to keep saying it on this program and elsewhere. I'll be right back. We're talking to sean mcdowell. Don't go away folks. I'm.

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"mcdowell" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:54 min | Last week

"mcdowell" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"What is the worth of a soul to christ. Is it the same now as it was two thousand years ago in pillars of barabbas author. Md house shows how. The times of the early christian church differed little from our own including the treacherous moral and political waters. Christ saints have always had to navigate with his abiding help. Everything they did and said is applicable to our day and we are fundamentally. No better than them for instance. The apostle paul did not fear. The roman emperor nero he served the lord of lords and king of kings true followers of christ should always influence secular rule so that his church can be the beacon on a hill inviting all to come unto him order this powerful testimonial pillars of barabbas by md house now on amazon and feel the inspiring legacy left to us by those faithful followers of our lord and savior. Jesus christ welcome back. Taxes show.

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"mcdowell" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:12 min | Last week

"mcdowell" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"The first thing is that god says to love our neighbor. Jesus model that with the good samaritan. The first responsibility of christians is to love all people regardless of their sexual orientation regardless of their relationship. Regards to the way they identify. It is our job to lead with love. Second all people are made in the image of god and had dignity and value and worth simply. Because they're human sweetheart a way that shows dignity to our gay and lesbian friends and neighbors because they're made in the image of god now with that said our culture says that love is affirming and supporting. How ever anybody identifies themselves and however they live. That's where christian say well timeout. We have a different understanding of god and understanding of love. Rooted in god's character and how he has designed us to live so scripturally we're taught from genesis all the way through to the end that god has made us male and female and that sex is to be experienced in the marital relationship which is one man and one woman for life so the challenge today is to love. Our neighbors showed dignity and kindness and respect to people who have a very different world view but also hold firm to the biblical view of sex love and marriage which jesus embraced and lived out as well. And i think it's important to say maybe christians don't reference this enough. It must be a tremendous burden to have same sex attraction in a culture. That is telling you everybody you know should be having some kind of a sex life. That's a complete lie. It's complete nonsense but we've really taken that on in the culture and so you can see how somebody who has those feelings with think. Are you kidding you're telling me to be celibate or you're telling me you know and i think we have to be honest. We have to say that is really a big thing to ask of someone and it really underscores why we who call ourselves. Christians have to live our lives in such a way that we are being sacrificial that we understand that..

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"mcdowell" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:46 min | Last week

"mcdowell" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Folks. welcome back. i'm talking to sean mcdowell and sean you've got a new book out it's called chasing love. It's a great title. But i kind of want to ask you. Why did you call the book chasing love. You know to be honest with you. It was titled that the publisher came to me with and i instantly resonated with it. But i think when people here chasing love our culture assumes if you can just find that right romantic relationship you will fill your life up and it'll be significant and i in the book i flip it on. Its head i say. Actually what jesus said is seeking first the kingdom of god and his righteousness and all these things shall be added unto you..

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"mcdowell" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:45 min | Last week

"mcdowell" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Are his commandments. Good and that's why in psalms nineteen david says he rejoices in the law the lord and that's why deuteronomy ten moses says these commandments. I give you are free your good so i frame this book by saying students. Do you believe you can trust god's character even if you don't understand why he gives certain commands. That is that's beautiful. That's just a beautiful idea because it really does ask the most important question. Do you know who got really is. Do you know that he loves you to know that he wants to bless you. Any of us have kids. You said how many kids you have three four. We have three and then another kid. We basically adopted. I love it. Well so you know when you tell your kids something as a loving parent you you would do anything for your kids and so when you know that you would die for them. It gives you a moral authority over them. So the question is do they get that. Do they know that you would die for them. Do they know that you love them. Know that it changes everything. And i think you're right that i think a lot of young people. Maybe aren't clear on who god is they think of. You know he's trying to prevent me from having fun on the contrary he's trying to prevent you from harming yourself well so the ethic of this sexual ethic of jesus as you put it what is that. Why do you call it. The sexual ethic of jesus what is it. Yeah so this is a great question. Jesus basically said there's two equal good beautiful ways to love god and love other people that singleness and that's marriage now marriage is one man and one woman who become one flesh for a lifetime. That's the sexual ethic of jesus. Either honor god and love others through singleness. Which jesus was and paul was or through marriage again. One man one woman one flesh one lifetime. That's the sexual ethic of jesus. So i find it interesting today. That so many people today are pushing a different narrative about sexuality all often say so you know better than jesus. The most influential moral teacher through the history of the world shouldn't add at least give us pause even if you're not a christian to change how we understood marriage now the way i try to portray the students. Eric is not only. do i want them renault. That god is good. I wanted to know that. God's commandments are good..

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"mcdowell" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:49 min | Last week

"mcdowell" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Welcome to be eric metaxas. Show with your host. Eric metaxas here taxes. Show i'll be playing the role of eric metaxas. And let me ask you. Have you heard of shaun mcdowell. I've heard of shaun mcdowell but sean is a big nobody to me because he's just the son of the guy who's books changed my life. So sean i just want to introduce you in the most passive aggressive way possible. Walk into my program air. Thanks for having me on. It's treat now. I should be clear. Your father's roddy mcdowell is that correct planet of the apes. You know somebody asked me one time. For my dad was roger mcdowell. Who i think was a baseball player and i was like No actually i someone got it wrong. What what is your father's name for the people who are watching. Who don't know is the author. And speaker josh mcdowell. Your father josh. Mcdowell's a real hero to me and so it just a blesses me to think that you're following in his footsteps and in so many ways and do people tell you that you look like him like. It's sometimes you just genetics. Usually when i speak. And i'm on stage. People are like i see your dad's mannerisms shins thinking coming through for the most part just to be clear you've got a whole career of your own. You teach bio you've got popular podcast called think you've got three kids and you have a new book out. It's called chasing love. I want to talk to you about that. It's called chasing love sex love relationships in a confused culture. So first question sean. Why did you decide to write this one. The biggest reason was scotty shane. Shana and jeremy. These are the kids who are in my home. And i see the messages. They are constantly getting from net flicks from tiktok from their friends from the educational system and to understate. It is non stop flow of secular ideas that are against and undermine biblical worldview. And frankly. I couldn't find a book that i thought was up to date..

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"mcdowell" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

The Babylon Bee

01:56 min | Last month

"mcdowell" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

"We thought he's probably got. He's got to bring that up in conversations like yeah by the way. I'm sure uses it to get into curtain stuff. Getting backstage at the newsboy show. Yeah that's what i would do. Yeah she's all eating aleni driver's licenses and we need it backstage pass by the way. Yeah see their last name. Evidence that demands that strobel. No no that's mcdowell. You're okay cool so here. oh i. he's coming back. He's materializing right there in the chair up. Sean how are you. i'm good. How are you good. I'm good how are you using. Oh i'm pretty good cool interesting you recently and okay. Speaking conversation i was crazy. I was in this room and then of all the people. In the world shaun mcdowell walked in strange. He's he's not apologised from a family of noted apologists. Moms and apologised is dad's and apologised so like you guys just like have breakfast in the morning. And what do you guys have for breakfast. Atheists the typical father. Who's like no you're gonna play football relive my constantly thermodynamics. What is it cam argument data alone. Never remember something like that. I know you nailed it. That's exactly couldn't have been more though actually in truth when i was growing up my dad was doing what he kind of call. Sexual apologetic y weight gain. I kid you not like. He is the first global sexual purity campaign in the eighty s and we would sit down and be like mcdowell dinner conversation. Std's bible and theology like us always generating conversation so it's funny. There's some truth behind. It have a lot of those conversations.

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International Education with Dr Steve McDowell

Diversity Talks Podcast

07:49 min | Last month

International Education with Dr Steve McDowell

"Know that you're originally from canada. When did you move to the us I came down in a nineteen ninety four to permanently. I was actually had a congressional fellowship so i was in washington for a year and then went to michigan state for a year and been at florida state since nine hundred six. So you've been in the us for reading longtime right. Would you consider yourself as a canadian or a canadian american. Now i'm a us citizen and Still have family in canada and still try to visit a couple of times a year. But this is my home in tallahassee. And that's wonderful. I know that what i'm about to ask you is is a tough question because oftentimes it's harder for people to talk about themselves and put themselves into a box but i would love to learn a little bit about some of your core values to who you are and on your cultural identity. So how would you define new cultural identity. Certainly as you pointed out. I'm from canada so growing up. Some of the debates and controversies that we had in the sixties and seventies included a role of french and english languages and cultures in canada and the role of multiculturalism. That there was a lot of new canadians coming from different parts of the world and also their relationship with first nations who have often instill Experience discrimination ill treatment and so's debates. I think kind of shaped my sense of what it meant to be a canadian. And what meant to be a citizen in a country where you have those types of debates animating public discourse and when you're thinking about some of your core core values what are some of those things considering you know your background in canada and was issues of multiculturalism in the air i think Interest in other cultures is one thing that i've enjoyed and really benefited from over my life and also a respect for other cultures my own personal intercultural Experiences included working for my sister and brother-in-law and a farm in quebec when i was a teenager and then after high school doing church service project in mississippi and arkansas and united states and getting to know people in those cultures. So i think my i really do think that interest in other people other cultures one of core values and then trying to understand what it means to respect and understand each other. Sounds like you have a pretty multicultural upbringing. I know that you received your international affairs like myself but yours is from york university in canada than you got a fellowship that brought you closer to some of the south. Asian countries like india. And i know that you work is built on the foundations of diversity and you work with international students. You're very supportive of international students. You are teaching course on international communication. So when you're thinking about all of your personal experiences in canada in southeast asia on here in the united states can you give us some specifics. Specific examples of how these experiences shape your personal perspectives on international education. Certainly i think as a starting point We have to kind of understand that our personal experiences are one of many possible experiences that people might have in the world. So it's it's easy for students in the united states to think. Oh this is the way that television is. This is the way that people Communicate with each other or enjoy sports and so many of our cultural practices and focused primarily on media practices. we think. Oh that's how it's done and so a big part of my Focus on international. Communication with students is to try to understand how people use media. How the media organized. How cultures organized in different countries. So my courses themselves don't focus as much on the the interpersonal intercultural communication which we think of is intercultural competency. But i'm trying to understand media systems and media use in different countries around the world. Let's talk about diversity equity and inclusion and higher education because this is a term that you know we hear a lot about and people. Do you have a different conception of what diversity really is. And what am. I look like in colleges and universities because for some people this concept can be purely domestic as opposed to others it could involve a lot of internationalization and international aspects. So for you. What does diversity and inclusion mean here at fsu. And how are we growing this concept on our campus. Certainly starting from the domestic debates the united states diversity equity inclusion would say. Well how do we include the The groups that haven't had access to education public services and economic activity united states so making sure that people of color people from rural areas people from you know less wealthy backgrounds Have access to the opportunities that higher education provides and certainly. Fsu has really taken some major initiatives in that area with student. Success initiatives with the care program Trying to welcome really support students and not just getting them into the university but making sure they're going to be successful in getting the support from a cohort of friends and fellow students from faculty and staff. So i think that's one area of diversity equity inclusion is. Who are we serving in terms of the students. Considering the role of international students is also important because they bring through their personal experience and their relationships with people on campus windows into the world. That you can't get in a textbook or just in a video so you get to know people and build relationships and that's hard even if we're sharing the same space. It's hard to build those relationships so one of the programs on campus. That does a great job with that. Is the center for global engagement. That has a whole bunch of different programs like international coffee hour to facilitate the building of relationships between students from united states and countries around the world so i think domestic inclusion in our programs thinking about international students and i think perspectives that we have in our research questions are research are another important part of diversity that includes international so many of our faculty have research projects that are all around the world. Learning systems institute is a research unit that has projects a lot of them in africa but also in southeast asia and so really strong record of international education consulting and then part of our curriculum and program what we teach what the subjects. What's the content of courses. I think is another of diversity that that's the job of university to open up the world and have music languages cultural studies as well scientific and you know engineering studies that really engage the world and reach out to the

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Family Helps Total Strangers Book Vaccine Appointments

WTOP 24 Hour News

02:48 min | 2 months ago

Family Helps Total Strangers Book Vaccine Appointments

"The short time Operation Center was at a diminished capacity there now investigating what caused some lines to go dark, and they'll share that information later. As older Americans struggle to secure covert vaccine appointments online volunteers known as vaccine hunters or stepping in to help CBS News correspondent Nancy Chen introduces us to a New York family that's already helped more than 750 older neighbors to get their shots for seniors like 81 year old Jeannie McDowell. They didn't have an iPhone. They don't have a computer. What were they supposed to do? Securing an appointment seems impossible until they reach out to Detroit to Castro. Okay, no problem. I can help you with that went for a cell phone to Mozza Pull laptops. Turn into a command center. Yes. In the kitchen to Castro in her family, a book vaccine appointments by the hundreds and their central New York community all for total strangers, and for free, we do it. Between lunch dinner. Pretty much all the time to Castro's often up until three in the morning, rapidly refreshing websites for any availabilities. And now my husband cause it. Welcome all you have to be quick because There's 10,000 other people doing probably the same thing. Her husband, Marco, delivering the printed confirmation tickets. She first realized the difficulties in getting an appointment while signing up. Her mother in law board got out fast. After the Castro started helping neighbors. I heard some seniors even say they would get on the computer. They might lose the site they put in Rome, New York and ended up in Rochester and my other dear friend. Got on the phone and the lady said call back at four. She called back and four and the tape said the office is closed to Castro got an appointment in just days for McDowell in her husband on Lee, two of the 25 the to Castro's book on average each day for anyone who asks, including the Petri family. Vicky was very stressed. By the time she got everything in Appointment is gone. Viki and Dave Petri reached out for their daughter, Jessica, who has down syndrome. After struggling on their own. She helped us she helped our neighbors She helped my brother and his wife. Get appointments. She just I don't know how she does it. De Castro's reach has now spanned four counties. People express their gratitude with cards and even home cooked dinners, but to Castro says she's just doing anything possible. To protect her community. I treat everyone as if they're my parents yesterday would have been soon enough for me. If it were my parents. When will you stop? When they

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'Coming 2 America' Goes Heavy On Nostalgia

Morning Edition

03:07 min | 2 months ago

'Coming 2 America' Goes Heavy On Nostalgia

"Too heavily on nostalgia. Unless you're a huge fan of Eddie Murphy's classic 1988 film coming to America, and lots of people are there's not going to be a lot for you, and it's less than inspired sequel Coming to America. We celebrated her 30 years absolute and prosperity. 30 Years of service. Well, great nation on 30 Years off Delicious fast food. The new film begins with Murphy's Prince Akeem Joe Fair, opening a fast food restaurant called McDowell's in the African Country of Amanda Devote ease of the first movie. No. This chain is owned by Akin's American father in law, played by John Amos, who denies his business is in any way a rip off of another well known burger joint. They've got egg mcmuffins way that a mixed up in this way are also celebrating my new beyond big mix burger, So there's no meat. There's no meat. Maybe we're getting much better with Pepsi Call Max here are subtle as a sledgehammer. This scene mostly gives us an excuse to see Amos and Louie Anderson, who also appeared in the first film, The Story of the original movie was a black centered fairytale. Murphy's a keen came to America, Queens, New York, of course, tow avoid an arranged marriage and find true love in the new movie. After the death of his father, King Akeem discovered he fathered a son unknowingly in America. Teams return to Queens brings one of the Sequels funniest moments when he revisits a local barber shop where movie magic allows Murphy and costar Arsenio Hall to play multiple parts. Just like in the first film can't be both famine and blood. Damn, Nelson Mandela and Winnie just discovered that I may have a bastard son here in this land conceived during my last visit. How much data supports you getting from the King pays no child support. No time for 30 years and you came back. You're the damn it. Comic Jermaine Fowler plays the sun. Lovell Johnson, who brings King a came home to meet his mother marry played by Saturday night Live alum Leslie Jones. My African I told you he was gonna come back. So you know this man. I definitely know this man. I know this man all the way live much as I love Leslie Jones, she and levels. Other American relatives, including Tracy Morgan, as his uncle Come off is uncomfortable stereotypes as King Akeem introduces his son to the moonda and pressures him into an arranged marriage. Comedy gets clunkier and more predictable, like a Mel Brooks style parody of the Black Panther of The Lion King and the first coming to America. Ultimately, this coming to America is mostly an excuse to bask in the glow of characters who's shown so much brighter and distinctively. 33 years ago. I'm Eric Deggans. The Los Angeles Philharmonic is launching a new season of streaming concerts today called

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Byron Wins Florida Stretch of the NASCAR Homestead Cup

The Final Lap

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Byron Wins Florida Stretch of the NASCAR Homestead Cup

"The florida stretch of the nascar cup series scheduled for twenty twenty one rolled on from homestead miami speedway over the weekend sunday as a matter of fact cup series racing race. Recap style ten to one here. We go kyle busch at number ten. You've got alex. Bowen that forty eight car. Kurt busch recovered from well. We'll talk about it in a second. Ryan newman michael mcdowell continues history. Can you believe this of all top. Ten's here in twenty twenty one. Same thing for kevin harvick at number five. Then you've got kyle larson notching top five martin tricks junior and tyler rettig. He actually ties his best career cup series finished at number two two victory now. He won stage two. He led the most laps at one hundred and two. He started the race. thirty first. And william byron wins the race taking his second career

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Byron Prevails at Homestead for Second Cup Victory

Mornings on Maine Street

01:06 min | 2 months ago

Byron Prevails at Homestead for Second Cup Victory

"Year old Hendrick Motor Sports driver William Byron captured his second NASCAR Cup series win yesterday at the Homestead Miami Speedway, winning the Dixie Vodka 400 firing letter race High 102 of the races 267 Labs and beat second place finisher Tyler Reddick to the line by 2.7 seconds. Claim that checkered flag, not a lot of great people around me. Keep me pushing and we had a great offseason to prepare. My Rudy's come in and done a phenomenal job, and he knows how to how to push the right buttons with me and you know, I know exactly what he means when he says that, so I just had to go to work, and luckily we had enough car there. At the end behind Byron and Reddick were Martin Truex Jr. Kyle Larson and Kevin Harvick completed the top five. Six through 10 went to Michael McDowell, Ryan Newman, Kurt Busch, Alex Bowman and Kyle Busch. After three races firing joins Michael McDowell and Christopher Bella's drivers locked into the playoffs following their wins the prior two weeks and Daytona NASCAR Cup series heads out West this coming weekend to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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Rowdy's NASCAR Fantasy Picks

The Final Lap

01:47 min | 2 months ago

Rowdy's NASCAR Fantasy Picks

"Okay. So let's move on to the road course at daytona. We have to go very far. We're still at the Daytona race track. They're just moving some combs and stuff around so let's see who we got for good picks for for the weekend. Now i'm looking back at the I'm i'm not even looking at the rolex twenty four the races or anything. I'm looking at last year's race at this track as well as the clash this year. All the guys. That ran the clash. This year are fresh and Again last year we had a race here so we have a little bit of data to fall back on now so now you would think i would pick the nine cars first guy but i'm not. He's my second guy we're gonna go with the seventy eight cars. My first pick. He had awesome. Run in the clash. He kept coming from the back to the front. He did finish their place here last year. And you got a couple of bonus points in the second segment. I believe it was. I believe he can take that checkered flag on sunday. Okay so now we'll take a look at chase elliott in the nine car. He's got stage points at this track in both stages last year he won this track last year and he's been dominant force on road courses. So you can't pass the nine car chase elliott for the daytona road course and then finally the last guy wanna look at. He won last week. The number thirty four michael mcdowell. The team morale is at all time high. It's his first win and he's not some road course racer. He finished tenth year last year. And using the thirty four car will also help. You spread your allocations. For the rest of the season michael mcdowell. He's on my team. Okay folks well. That's all i got for you this week. I'm hoping this Get you kicked off to a good start.

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Ross Chastain goes through McDonald's drive-through during Daytona 500 rain delay

Fast Talk

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Ross Chastain goes through McDonald's drive-through during Daytona 500 rain delay

"The rain delay yesterday and i think he got pushed out on social media. Ross chastain had the wherewithal to drive across the street. Mcdonald's outside of the daytona international speedway and ordered launch or. I guess it was dinner. The in for his crew and the reaction that he got from the person behind the drive in window was a shriek of joy when they realized it was ross chastain and he ordered all of his crew mcdonald's and took it back over to the track. Well played ross chastain. Not only take care of spots took care of your crew and jeff and you can't ever do too much for too

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Bubba Wallace 1st Black driver to lead Daytona 500 lap

Get Up!

00:21 sec | 2 months ago

Bubba Wallace 1st Black driver to lead Daytona 500 lap

"Bubba wallace. He became the first black driver to lead a lap in the daytona five hundred before finishing third. The finish was a stunning upset. At the end of an action filled. Rain interrupted day michael mcdowell his first nascar cup series win after charging into the lead during a brutal multi-car wreck in turn three he wins the daytona five

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2021 NASCAR Daytona 500 Recap

The Final Lap

01:24 min | 2 months ago

2021 NASCAR Daytona 500 Recap

"The twenty twenty one nascar daytona. Five hundred is in the books. Where on lap fifteen a massive wreck took out the pole sitter. Alex bowman while running. Second his teammate. William byron erico. Merola eric jones ryan newman ryan blaney. Martin tricks junior. Kurt busch and believe it or not many many others and then the lightning and rains came. We waited almost all day during the red flag. And when they came back to racing it was denny hamlin winning the first stage and later winning stage two as well all right now on the final lap. There was a massive fiery crash to the checkered flag to end the race when brackets laskey was pushed into his teammate and leader joey logano at the time. Let's run down the top ten and then we'll talk about the winner ten to one. Kyle larson coriolis joy jamie. Mcmurray ross chastain at number seven got ryan priests denny hamlin trying for his third daytona five hundred in a row. It was not to be finished. Fifth kevin harvick a former champion of this race austin dillon's same deal chase elliott searching for his first daytona five hundred win but he gets his best career five hundred finish at number two. To victory lane michael mcdowell fortieth driver to win the daytona five hundred for his first career. Win leading only the final lap of the race. Michael drives for not a mega super team. But a much smaller. Bob jenkins own front row motorsports eighth driver to get their first career. Win at the sport's biggest

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McDowell beats 100-1 odds for upset Daytona 500 victory

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

McDowell beats 100-1 odds for upset Daytona 500 victory

"After nearly six hour delay for rain that fell on lap fifteen in the sixty third running of the Daytona five hundred the race ended in a fiery finishes Michael McDowell took the checkered flag for the first time this Cup series career in the biggest race of the year make that was in fourth on the final lap and made a move with this poor performance teammate Brad Keselowski going into turn three Keselowski got turned into teammate Joey Logano and was then hit by Kyle Busch forcing him up into the catch fence ripping up the car's fuel cell and bursting into flames NASCAR through the caution is make dell chase Elliott Austin Dillon try to respect to the checkered flag Kelly and Dylan would finish second third respectively Jerry Jordan Daytona beach Florida

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Michael McDowell wins: Logano, Keselowski crash in Daytona 500

Tim Conway Jr.

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Michael McDowell wins: Logano, Keselowski crash in Daytona 500

"Maxwell Michael McDowell has won the rain delayed Daytona 500 After a last lap rack. McDowell was trailing in third during the last lap ahead. And defeated Brad Keselowski and his team Penske teammate Joey Logano after the two teammates made contact with each other while racing for the Wind. McDowell was also involved in a massive 16 car crash on lap 15 ahead of a rain delay that lasted more than five hours. McDowell hit the wall in that crash, but his car didn't have enough damage to slow it

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ZZ Packer Reads Lesley Nneka Arimah

The New Yorker: Fiction

04:59 min | 7 months ago

ZZ Packer Reads Lesley Nneka Arimah

"Highs easy. Hi, Deborah. Welcome. Welcome back. Thank you. Thank you to be back. So. I come across the story who will greet you at home. Did you read it in the magazine when it came out? Yeah a did I read in the magazine I couldn't kind of believe the story I was just so impressed by it. I didn't know who this young new writer was and not that shortly after I believe it was maybe a year or so after I met her at McDowell and we kind of really hit it off and we would right three thousand words a day with each other and that kind of thing. But but yet if I met her just by way of the story itself. What impression did it make on you at the time? Well, I was just blown away. I'll be honest with you because I kept thinking. Here's the story that sort of starts off very quietly in creeps up on you and then you kind of only thinking in this very fairy tale way about it like not not quite a fairy tale well, because you know there's the real world, but then there's this other aspect of it and it's something. That Jerome Stern calls kind of Blue Moon where it's kind of like this, just one supernatural aspect of the world and the rest of the world seems to go kind of as is, and all of this is just making me hop along with the story as it's being told rather than analyzing the story. The way I normally kind of tend to do when I'm reading stories I just marveled at it and I still do to this day. Yeah, it's hard to classify isn't it? It's not quite speculative fiction. It's not satire. It's got a little folk tale in it. It's got a little horror story in it yeah. Yeah Well. We'll magical realism to exactly exactly and it makes me think of Maria Tatar. She's the. Harvard I guess folklorist fairytale expert. I don't know what you call, but she writes about fairy tales and there have psychological aspect and how each of them is sort of dealing with the traumas of childhood that every child has and I've always loved fairy tales I always have I will stop and read a fairy tale a couple times a month and I kind of realized why after reading some of her work. Because they're just so interested in this sort of very acute way in which they deal with what it's like to be a child, and then what it means to go from childhood to adulthood. So to read about this, which incorporated like those fairy tale aspect folk tale aspect, but also had these very real literary psychological kind of consequences. So I thought it was very masterful. Yeah Yeah and she was so young when she wrote it in an early in her in her writing career. Yeah. But already had this in a way. It's more of a fairy tale about the trauma of Motherhood the child. Yes exactly and that's the other thing that you don't really read about like one of the aspects of fairy tales that Maria Tatar hit upon is that you almost always here a read that they are orphaned in some way and this kind of like a reverse orphan story you know you've. Woman girl slash woman who is wanting to be the mother and what it means for her to suddenly get a child rather than suddenly be orphan and so that to me was just you know as a mother myself, I was just intrigued by it and how could capture so many aspects of motherhood that we don't even want to admit to like there's this way in which you know you're doing everything for this child no matter what the child is sort of doing to you and your personal life. You're just go ahead and you're like, okay I'll give you my all I. Don't know if I'm revealing my own mother Zeile there but. Yeah, it'll all come clear when people hear the story. So. Maybe we should dive in now. and. Now, here's easy packer reading who will greet you at home by Leslie Neck Reema. Who will greet you at home. The. Yarn baby lasted a good month. Emitting dry cotton, soft gurgles in pooping little balls of lint. Before again, she snagged its tie on a nail and it unraveled as she continued walking mistaking its little hoops for the beginnings of hunger not the cries of an infant being undone. By the time, she noticed it it was too late, the leg, a tangle of fiber, and she pulled the string the rest of the way to end it rather than have the infant grow up maimed. If. She was to mother a child to mute and subdue enfold foldaway parts of herself. The child had to be

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"mcdowell" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

05:30 min | 8 months ago

"mcdowell" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"I felt something for her very loyal to earn I. Felt that I wanted to be there for this occasion and I was going to call her out. and has asked cold them from California and they went Oh. Yes. We'll get to that and wearing. So we get there and I'm going to the theater and as I'm about to walk on. I turned today said is Christine's here right and she's a Malcolm Christine Pasta way. Oh. Sorry to be down about it but I went what and and they shoved me on the stage and I of I was in shock. You know because you're she couldn't have been that old. And I. I really do credit her. In. A way for me starting my career in movies because if she hadn't slapped me so hot actually it was a punch right in if in the audition if. I don't think I would have gotten the pods. And it just knocked me into another realm and. I became infuriated and concentrated and animated like a caged tiger and. Around the stage. Furious because I've been so humiliated. She hit me so hard rock based out. Not Me Stupid I. found myself just with tears running down my cheeks you know and and and she was a little cockney. They, say in Liverpool. Hard knock. She was a great girl. She was a great go listen. We've been talking for so long I got I got around rat we'll wrap we'll wrap it up but I gotta go because somebody waiting for me for dinner over. Malcolm for spending so much time. Hey, you great. You guys all of you and thanks so much for making it. So, much fun and the next time I should do the whole Colella thing because holy God some great ones sitting there with Helen and John gielgud watching dailies all out of focus. We're watching it's all out of focus and suddenly it starts and John Goes Ooh I think it's a sin goal. Think gets more and more into focus. We realize that it was right up Helen's skirts. No Nixon was actually held. Off Hold. Any goes. No not a sinkhole food, but it's Also. No I will say goodbye. Thank you Malcolm. Thank you. Thank you. I. Just want to thank you Karen and I wanNA thank Chris Roth and Gino Salleh Mohd for making this possible. Yeah. Thank you for spending so much time with us and I want. I will recommend Charlie show on becoming on in central Florida and Charlie's to look them up. The plus has been Gilbert Godfrey to mazing colossal podcasts with my hosts Frank Santo Padre Hey we've been talking to a man who is worth waiting for the Great Malcolm McDowell Okay Malcolm. We'll talk to you again sometimes. Thank human.

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"mcdowell" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

04:58 min | 8 months ago

"mcdowell" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"As I promised you in the life show, there is a part to. Do this Malcolm McDowell and to cousy was so much fun. and. Here it is now. Are Part to bow down. Whose idea was it to have singing in the rain? You know who it was. The truth is. And I didn't realize this. But when I went to London, did this thing for the? File whatever. Yeah the British Film Institute and we're doing a name for you know whatever? and. The Guy said you. You know it's interesting but you You weren't just an actor for higher you were a collaborator. I guess I was absolutely. Because, he wouldn't do anything without checked. And Vice, VERSA So that when we will have a tremendous problem with the scene. Which in the book is written the The droops come in throw bottles through a window and he'd had all the window made of sugar glass. And A. You know. But. The whole thing about it was not kept saying to him I can't do that and he goes well, why not because? It's it's just. It's it's real. It's realistic. We're not making. It's too realistic. This got to be some. It's got to be in with some style Akon just go in and behave now, suddenly a vicious hoodlum. There's gotTa be a style to it. And this went on for I mean literally five days the camera did not turn. He shoved all the crew out into the garden. They put a marquee tent up they. They all sat out there while we just sat around the set and then every morning I'd arrive and I'd see Harrods furniture vans and there were changing all the furniture because he thought maybe that's where the answer lay. About on the fifth day, I was now getting very bored. As he passed me, I'm sitting on the stairs and he just said, can you dance? That's only set And I jumped up and our went can I dance? And I literally ad-lib the whole scene smacking a whacking kicking as a source of. Total comedy. I mean. It was outrageous. It was like A. The moment when sellers started to see. Kyle. Strangelove yeah. Yeah. That's completely Improvised and and then I began to figure member. So he went off a push me in the car we went up he obviously, he loved it. He had his handkerchief in his mouth and he was laughing so hard tears were running down his cheeks he was laughing so so outrageous and then we had this actress. horsey toy. And you know now whacking her around and. Cutting the L. titties off and they'll think and she's grown good I. Hope we have more costume. couple. Own People Forget it's a black comedy. Course, of course, I mean there's an joins back to his drove back to his house bought the rights to singing in the rain went back and we just took a week to re shoot shoot the whole thing. But I remember standing outside with just had dinner outside going to my car with Stanley and he said to me. He goes. Yeah. Well, you know. I said to him what am I? What do you think? What am I gonNA wear and he goes yeah. And he sort of paused any went? What have you got I went what? What have I got? Ta. This is a futuristic movie where I think I've got. FLASH GORDON'S CAPE. The only thing I've got a the only thing I've got my cricket gear in the car and he said I wanNA. See it. Okay. So I put it on and he goes on what's this I said well, that's the protector for your balls. And he said where it on the outside..

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"mcdowell" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

01:35 min | 8 months ago

"mcdowell" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

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"mcdowell" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

07:33 min | 8 months ago

"mcdowell" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Always start big and bring eighteen. Oh thank God for. Jesus why didn't we know that? And we. Stopped big and then he brings it in an Allen. So we go back to the table sit down there in the green room and he goes. You know it's so brave. So brave of Larry to do that. I went yeah. It's very brave to make a complete idiot of yourself and I think it is brave. He goes. Why don't we do it? Why don't we? You Know Younger Act why we I went play. He goes yes. Let's do it. You gotta be fucking Joking Gripe. Not. Let's to it. So they go. Okay. Let's go from the top. So the top was him ring the doorbell opening the door and going yes. And he goes are you? So. So so Okay Action Doorbell Rings Open, it? Yes. That's the only word we got out. We started laughing so hard that is the end advantix therapy. All Michael apted was. How do I love the seven up series that he did to Michael apted of brilliant wonder. He's fantastic. Wonderful film making we will return to Gilbert Godfrey. Jr. Amazing. 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What's funny about two as I love the I love them the general how the generations work. That were inspired in a way to be an actor by seeing Finney at saying I do that and then years later you're very oldman had the same experience watching you. Yeah Yeah it's amazing. Isn't it is. That you tell him at any pie. Did I did It difficult to talk to even though he produced if my first movie and a lucky. Man. Albert his company memorial enterprises. Produced. It. He didn't really produce it but his partner did Michael Edwin who was an as well, very nice guy. But. Albert been on a world tour when we were shooting if. Nine, hundred and sixty, eight I. Think he's done Tom Jones and all the money was coming in and he had to get out of England for a year so that he wouldn't have to pay tax. So he did a world trip I mean he went everywhere Tahiti you name it. Albert Finney from Salford near Manchester was doing his thing. Anyway. he came to. He saw some of the dailies if of that movie and. 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New Chinese Space Plane Landed At Mysterious Air Base, Evidence Suggests

All Things Considered

03:20 min | 8 months ago

New Chinese Space Plane Landed At Mysterious Air Base, Evidence Suggests

"Appears to have successfully tested a new spacecraft. Last week's mission was shrouded in secrecy. But as NPR's Jeff from field reports, there are some clues about what China sent into space and why. Last Friday, a Chinese rocket took off carrying a mysterious payload. A terse statement on state media said it was quote A reusable experimental spacecraft, but they didn't give a launch time. They don't have any more details. No riel official footage of the Lord's Jonathan Mcd, Alison astronomer, Earthy Center for Astrophysics, Harvard and Smithsonian who specializes in tracking satellites and spacecraft orbiting the Earth. When he plotted the course of China's new craft, he found that it passed over a secretive military facility. An area called Loop Nure, where China once tested its nuclear weapons. There's an air base there, which has AH big runway that's aligned exactly in the direction ofthe the orbit of the space craft. On Sunday, China announced its new spacecraft heads landed. Sure enough fuzzy satellite images napped by a commercial company called Planet. Seemed to show activity on the giant runway right at the moment, the landing would have occurred. McDowell says that the evidence is circumstantial, but he believes China has just tested a space plane. Think of it. It's a little space shuttle a craft with wings probably too small to carry people that took off on a rocket and coasted back to Earth. The information of all hands together now that this wass A test of something probably a space plane that made a winged reentry on landed on the runway at Lop nor the US Air Force has a similar spacecraft called the X 37 B. It's been launched in since 2010. So if that's what China tested, why now it's a great question. We're not even really sure why the United States military is pursuing a space plane like it's been doing for the last Decade or so. Brian Weeden Studies face security issues with the Secure World Foundation. The U. S X 37 B program remains highly classified. Weeden says he believes it's being used to test new sensors and systems for the military. Think about if you're building a brand new satellite, and you've got a lot of fancy new technology that's never been in space before. That's potentially risky. But if you can apply some of that technology in space, let's say in the payload bay of a reusable space plane that could allow you to get a better feel for how about react. McDowell says that space planes which travel many times, the speed of sound, could also potentially helped with the development of so called hyper sonic weapons. Uh, honestly, he thinks China could just be copying the US if the Americans have one of those. That must be a good reason for it. So we better get one, too. The landing of the space plane or whatever it was, is just the latest success for China. McDowell says that recently completed its own satellite navigation system, it has a robotic missions going to Mars and several probes on the moon. China's firing on all thrusters in space on just really increasing its level of involvement on capabilities, and I think that this is just one more reflection of that Jeff from feel. NPR NEWS Washington

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New Chinese Space Plane Landed At Mysterious Air Base, Evidence Suggests

All Things Considered

03:20 min | 8 months ago

New Chinese Space Plane Landed At Mysterious Air Base, Evidence Suggests

"Appears to have successfully tested a new spacecraft. Last week's mission was shrouded in secrecy. But as NPR's Jeff from field reports, there are some clues about what China sent into space and why. Last Friday, a Chinese rocket took off carrying a mysterious payload. A terse statement on state media said it was quote A reusable experimental spacecraft, but they didn't give a launch time. They don't have any more details. No riel official footage of the Lord's Jonathan Mcd, Alison astronomer, Earthy Center for Astrophysics, Harvard and Smithsonian who specializes in tracking satellites and spacecraft orbiting the Earth. When he plotted the course of China's new craft, he found that it passed over a secretive military facility. An area called Loop Nure, where China once tested its nuclear weapons. There's an air base there, which has AH big runway that's aligned exactly in the direction ofthe the orbit of the space craft. On Sunday, China announced its new spacecraft head landed sure enough fuzzy satellite images snapped by a commercial company called Planet. Seemed to show activity on the giant runway right at the moment, the landing would have occurred. McDowell says that the evidence is circumstantial, but he believes China has just tested a space plane. Think of it. It's a little space shuttle a craft with wings probably too small to carry people that took off on a rocket and coasted back to Earth. The information of all hands together now that this wass A test of something probably a space plane that made a winged reentry on landed on the runway at Lop nor the US Air Force has a similar spacecraft called the X 37 B. It's been launched in since 2010. So if that's what China tested, why now it's a great question. We're not even really sure why the United States military is pursuing a space plane like it's been doing for the last Decade or so. Brian Weeden Studies face security issues with the Secure World Foundation. The U. S X 37 B program remains highly classified. Weeden says he believes it's being used to test new sensors and systems for the military. Think about if you're building a brand new satellite, and you've got a lot of fancy new technology that's never been in space before. That's potentially risky. But if you can apply some of that technology in space, let's say in the payload bay of a reusable space plane that could allow you to get a better feel for how about react. McDowell says that space planes which travel many times, the speed of sound, could also potentially helped with the development of so called hyper sonic weapons. Uh, honestly, he thinks China could just be copying the US if the Americans have one of those. That must be a good reason for it. So we better get one, too. The landing of the space plane or whatever it was, is just the latest success for China. McDowell says that recently completed its own satellite navigation system, it has a robotic missions going to Mars and several probes on the moon. China's firing on all thrusters in space on just really increasing its level of involvement on capabilities, and I think that this is just one more reflection of that Jeff from feel. NPR NEWS Washington

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'Palm Springs' is like 'Groundhog Day' all over (and over) again

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

03:12 min | 10 months ago

'Palm Springs' is like 'Groundhog Day' all over (and over) again

"Getting straight into Palm Springs, and and you know we're in the non spoiler section right now, but we'll get into a little later really. Really, I'm just curious because you know most writers when they know that they're in the shadow of Groundhog Day, you know they kinda give up. Because how could you do better than groundhog day, but would soon entertaining about your film, is you? You take it in a different direction, but you still you know I feel pay a little bit of orange to some of the the mathematics of groundhog day and kind of go on your own direction. Tell me, tell me how palm springs started. I know it's the most boring question. The you've been asked a million times, but we're GONNA get deeper into the story mechanics, so it'll be interesting to hear how the idea formed. On At Afi maximum I made a couple of shorts together made our thesis Dome Together, and then during our second year there. Trial McDowell and Justin later came in showed us the one I love. And they're both in fi. grads had graduated maybe eight years earlier than when they aim roughly at at and they talked about being stuck in. A finishing school being stuck in kind of a development hell. On some other movie, and then there, whatever five years out of school and they didn't have much to show with it, children and Think drugs at a general meeting with Mark Who said like what do you have that we can go and make? Something on the cheap, and they're. They made the one I love, and so their advice to our entire class was like. Go make something right away. Is that same kind of marked loss. Due to blast. Brothers model just like just make something. and I think maximum. I took that to heart in the week after graduation. I think exactly five years ago, maybe this weekend or last week and we. We Like let's make our first meeting. We headed out the palm springs in had a our little last week in talking about. What we want to be is one location or locations contained that we know we can do. and. We both have an affinity to palm springs settled on hot springs, but Out Can, we came with a sketch of this character. Niles, who is just who was born out of conversation between me and Max in like? Mining our own personal fears in shame and insecurities, and from that point on Like it evolved into the groundhog day. Thing in a way. Did it just like? Ask US five years ago, it was it was more like of leaving Las Vegas. In just. As our as our own personal lives change over the cut, the following years, and you know. The influence of large forty-nine on me all that stuff it. It led the movie into a different direction than I think initially set out to do, and then once we landed on the ground hog day aspect of it all. You can look at groundhog days. Maybe at the end he figures out the meaning life. He's gifted this. This the day handing in the next day begins

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Forests Getting Younger and Shorter

60-Second Science

02:07 min | 10 months ago

Forests Getting Younger and Shorter

"They give us paper and fuel as well as vital ecological services like cleaning the air, storing carbon and providing habitat. We're talking about trees, of course, but changes in the environment largely caused by humans appear to be causing profound transformations in trees around the world in a new study scientists reviewed global research on trends, Intrigue Birth, growth and death. They combine those data with an analysis of deforestation, and they found that worldwide older trees are dying at higher rates than in the past due to factors like rising era, temperature, wildfires, drought, and pathogens, most of the drivers of that decrease of large trees are increasing themselves such as temperatures, going up droughts or more severe wildfires, windstorms and deforestation are all although variable across the globe. They're. Increasing in so both the loss has already occurred, but we expect more continued loss of big old trees. Nate McDowell an earth scientists at the civic. Northwest National Lab. Who is one of the study's authors? So if we have an increasing rate of death, particularly, the larger older trees. What's left are the younger trees, so that's why, on average through the loss of bigger older trees are forests are becoming inherently younger and shorter. This is a problem because old trees are vitally important for sure. The increase in death does limit the carbon storage of ecosystem and can forces system to become a carbon source to the atmosphere. Second reason we cares from biodiversity perspective. Will grow trees tend to house a higher biodiversity than young four STU. And the third reason is aesthetic as as a society. We care about these trees. We have national parks named after big trees. So there's a there's a personal reason for people to care about this as well.

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Noose found in Bubba Wallace's garage stall, NASCAR says

Get Up!

11:41 min | 11 months ago

Noose found in Bubba Wallace's garage stall, NASCAR says

"Now? Mike Greenberg Bristol with you this morning. And as I said right off the top of the show, I would have loved to have started with any of those today, and we certainly will get to the mall, but we begin with an absolutely despicable story coming from the world of NASCAR. In this developing story, a noose was found in bubba Wallace's. Stall at the NASCAR race in Talladega Alabama yesterday less than two weeks after Wallace led efforts to push NASCAR to ban the confederate flag NASCAR announced the news last night well after the race had been postponed due to inclement weather, and said it was launching an immediate investigation here. was there statement late this afternoon? Nascar was made aware that a noose was found in the garage stall of the forty three eighteen. We are angry and outraged, and cannot state strongly enough. How seriously we take this heinous act! We have launched an immediate investigation and we'll do everything we can to identify the persons responsible and eliminate them from the sport. As we have stated unequivocally, there is no place for racism and NASCAR, and this act only strengthens our resolve to make the sport open and welcoming to all while himself tweeted a statement last night, which read in. In part today's despicable act of racism and hatred leaves me incredibly saddened, and serves as a painful reminder of how much further we have to go as a society and how persistent we must be in the fight against racism. As my mother told me today, they are just trying to scare you. This will not break me. I will not give enor- rely back down. I will continue to proudly stand for what I believe. In Allah Marty Smith is covering this for us in the scene in Talladega. He joined us an hour ago. The News in Bubbas garage stall was actually seen by a member of his team. Darrell Bubba never saw it. He never saw it personally and win. That team members saw it. He alerted NASCAR. And Nascar immediately had a meeting of its senior executive staff, and they made the decision that they were going to remove this person from the sport as quickly and rapidly as possible. This was not a situation where a fan might have meandered in on this because there were no fans in the garage. So what you're looking at is you're looking at team members. You're looking at officials. You're looking at potential security. You're looking at maybe cleaning personnel that have access to these garage areas. Again! That was Marty Smith with US earlier. Lebron James among many who posted messages about this. He tweeted sickening Wallace, my brother! No, you don't stand alone I'm right here with you as well as every other athlete, I just want to continue to say how proud I am of you for continuing to take a stand for change here in America and sports at Nascar. I salute you as well. Well Sprint Cup driver Michael McDowell added. God help us the level of evil. It takes to do something like this is disgusting. This is enraging and heartbreaking all at the same time Dale. EARNHARDT Jr. tweeted simply a hope of a wins it tomorrow again. The race will be run today. It was delayed by weather yesterday, and as I bring Steven A. and Marcus into the conversation here I'll. Repeat that the area in which this was discovered, there were cameras all over it should be. Relatively easy investigation for the NASCAR officials to conduct, and we are standing by for any information live from Talladega Marty Smith will bring us anything as soon as there is any further news with that thought in mind, Stephen. We've not yet had a chance to say good morning to you I. I just want to give you the floor here. What are your feelings and thoughts as we see this story developed from last night? Well I. Mean I think that for me? Personally I'm a little bit different than the kind of sentiments that have been expressed by a lot of people, because obviously you find this reprehensible and disgusting, and it's incredibly sad, and we get all of that but there's a forgive the the figurative smirk that might end up covering my face or draping my face because to me. Me It's just folks displaying the ignorance, and the more they put it on display, the more it enlightens a lot of people in White. America about what Black America has been telling them about for so many years decades spanning centuries for crying out loud. This is not new. This is something that we've known existed for all time. This is something we know we'll continue to exist. And there is no way around it and so this there comes a point in time where you have to accept that reality one of the things that I would encourage everybody to go watch. If you get an opportunity, you can go on Netflix. You can watch that documentary thirteen by EVA do vernay along with others, sensational job of address mass incarceration in the United States, of America one of the things they highlighted. Is that under the Nixon? Administration where you're literally talking about you know White folks that are hippies and you associate them with marijuana and you associate black. Black folks with crack cocaine, and as a result of that will ultimately galvanize folks in your favor, because they'd be scared to death, and you'd be hearing words like law and order ad, nauseam that was in the sixties for crying out loud in two thousand and twenty, and we're hearing the same thing now. You just have to open your eyes. You have to pay attention to the parallels you have to. You have to pay attention to the correspondence. That's taking place right before your very eyes throughout history, we have had people that have been adroit at light laying low. Controlling the narrative, manipulating the narrative switching things to their favor, all in an effort to maintain or to retain power. It's something to kind of thing that has been taking place in. Usually they've been incredibly skilled at remaining in the dark and saying it's then it's not us, it's them. It's not us well guess what are coming to light more and more in this day and age I find that a cause for celebration, not a 'cause. You know to be saddened by anything. The I find these to be. Beautiful tops as difficult as it may be the fact that I nation appears to be becoming more enlightened than ever before and ultimately as a result. We're coming together. I find that to be a huge plus not a minus. If the ignorance has to show itself, and if the ignore, it has to showcase themselves in order for this to happen coming out of the dock to me. That's of course was celebration Marcus. Stephen. That's what I alluded to earlier man just come on out. Show us who you are, so we know how to deal with you and everybody. That's four. Right knows how to deal with you. Look listen, this is. There has been. We've been having this conversation for a long time. I mean we had this conversation we had. This conversation went capped kneeled about police brutality. We talked about racing all of them and man you. You look if you look around and social. There were people literally Oh twitter last night. Say A BUBBLE! Did this for attention? What what are you talking about like? It's not. It's not unfathomable that someone could do that. We sold Jesse's me. Make reference to that because people can conjure up things to create narratives to make people overreact. That's why saying earlier. Estimate I'm not doing this emotional. Rollercoaster I'm getting off of it right like I'm nuts and bolts to was going on. There is progress that needs to be made in this country I'm focusing on that progress that needs to be made. That's what bubble wireless is focused in on a by making his statements in Nascar. That's a lot of athletes are focused on a lot of people in society in general of focused on making sure that we draw a line between racist people and people that one good for everybody. That's the bottom line. Look for as much as this is egregious and the things that have transpired for low type. I grew up in the south light. It's not. An uncommon for me to see racist people are know what it looks like or even even be surprised or shocked about certain things that tend to happen. The bottom line is this. I'm often emotional roller coaster like if you racist just be that come out publicly and be that enlist separate that and you be a part of the minority port society that we want to get to, and we think we already are at so all of that being said I'm with Steve Day like in this bringing a lot of people to the light, and the hateful ones are fighting their battle because they see slipping away. Score you're not GonNa hear me say this very very often, but I wanNA give major major kudos to a Lotta. White folks out there in America because if it wasn't for them, protesting and marching with black individuals if it wasn't for them, you know engaging in the kind of of of you know resistance to whatever level of oppression we as black people have been feeling this nation I. Don't think some of these folks will. will be coming out I. mean listen the back. In the day. They used to wear the sheets and used to cover the identity and their faces that we didn't know who the hell they were by virtue of that now. Some black people, a lot of black people will tell you they exist in corporate America. They could be the very people that you're working for the very people that you're talking to I happen to be. Be Blessed we happen to be blessed to not certainly not have that at this company is because we've seen the actions on the part of our executives. And what have you over continuous basis? Elevated level of sensitivity that this place has shown throughout the years deserves to be commended. There's always work to do. There is no perfect place. Make no about it, but I'm incredibly proud to be a part of the Walt Disney and And specifically the ESPN family in that regard having set all of that I'm in the minority, because the reality is vast people, there's a vast number of people of African. American descent in the United States of America that feel subjugated I wouldn't go so far as to say enslaved, but feel subjugated by bosses in corporate America people that say all the right things when the cameras are rolling, but behind the scenes they engage. Eight your and the conduct. Subjugation that they devote their voiceless. They don't have a voice in that regard, green. Marcus knows exactly what I'm talking about. And so because of that because of these times that we're living, what we're seeing is a populous within the United States of America that sees the dramatic shift, and there's so appalled, and and put and taken aback by what they see transpiring that they can't hide their vitriol. They're coming out of the dock because they're being forced out of the dog. We as black people. People have to appreciate the fact that couldn't happen without a vast number of white individuals in our society standing with us and saying you know what we see where the hell you coming from. If we didn't see it before we see it now, and we're with you, so you have that other segment of the population saying wait a minute we lose some of our own here. Some of our own alternative guests and the poor in this noxious. We gotTA speak up and as a result. Of the dock again I find that a cause for celebration doesn't bother me at all. If we wore, we wore. Let's get it on. I liked that. I want to leave it there for the moment again. Marty Smith is standing by Talladega. If there is any further information on the investigation, we will have it for you immediately, meanwhile, Steven as going to stay with us here for a few more minutes, and we'll get some football conversation as we go his feelings about the Dallas, cowboys have been well documented. This should be a very big day in Dallas. We will talk about it and why and then Lebron and other NBA players have until Wednesday to decide whether or not they're going to play. What should we expect? Woge will answer that question as we continue this out. GET THEM ON ESPN. GEICO. GETS YOU ACCESS TO LICENSED AGENTS? Twenty four

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"mcdowell" Discussed on Homes and Hops

Homes and Hops

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"mcdowell" Discussed on Homes and Hops

"With Derek McDowell. WHAT'S UP DEREK? So typically as you know, homes and hops likes to focus on on small business entrepreneurs, especially the breweries and its impact to homes, and how they create the communities that we live in. Obviously right now, besides covid nineteen which I believe. Derek spoke to me last when I was sick with Kovin. Now Derek stayed are six feet of this guy. Zoom Zoom, so if you coughed on the screen, I still back. He was like the girl looks like she's going to. Don't like telling women what they look. SMART. Like are you okay? Smart even if I know you're sick, you don't really want say like crap. and which I did and I felt that way, too. But taking a little bit of a different approach with the homes and hops and I know this is going to be definitely. Very from what normally what people here, but you know how I also. Wanted to take the opportunity and the chance to speak with my friends about a very difficult topic right now. And that is everything that we see happening in the world in the US which has been happening for. Time that has hit back catalyst point. and. I want to focus not on the riots, but more so on the problem that has created. The riots and how we as a society in a community how we try to better and better understand that. The know a lot of people might not know out there, but I am a white female. Likes to drink off. So. Okay, thank you. Thank you very much, but it's okay to be white. Thank you, thank you. We need to say that it's okay to be white and it's okay to be black. And it's okay to be Asian and it's okay to be. Latino has whatever it's okay to be different, and that's part of this conversation. Honestly and I hate to cut you off, but that that needs said that it is okay because there's a lot of people who feel like. It's not okay to be black. We certainly know that that's led us to where we're at in some instances that it has not been this. Okay to be the skin color in this society, but it's also shifting a bit to where white people are feeling like okay now I'm starting to feel a little bit of what this is about not feeling okay about being white. It is true and I remember and actually. If you have any advice on this with my two boys. Them, trying to understand what's happening and trying to get them to comprehend. Where we are in this world, and I'M NOT GONNA lie. This isn't the first time that I've ever had this conversation with them unfortunately. It is enforced but I'm trying to explain. To them that not all people. Make the right choices. And to not base your perception of people on any other thing than the actions that they make. And getting getting them to comprehend and and them because they did. Just recently from all this, my eldest was like well. Am I bad. Because I'm white. And I'm like it's not about you being bad because you're white is about if you take actions as a man or as a kid that are or female, I guess we can be bad, too, but. Guess. We're perfect in every way. But if we like if that's where it matters, and that's where where where it comes down to and unfortunately Wow there are. Good police officers, there are bad police officers just like while there are good parents. There are bad parents. Good students. Fat Students Blah Blah Blah, but But what would you recommend? Of telling kids in general like in general like no matter what. Well you've got to be first and foremost appropriate in your conversations, so you know your kids best and I know my kid's best, and we know our kids best besides anyone else. We spent the most time with them. We have the most understanding of them in each of our kids are individuals first and foremost, so you know what as an individual, so a lot of times, people like to have a family meeting well, it may not be appropriate in every conversation. Conversation because of age or understanding level to have complete family meetings, so that's the assessment we as parents were going to have to do, but first and foremost I think one of the things that we have to do is acknowledged, and we cannot fix what we will not acknowledge sure if there's denial in any instance, not just this instance, but if we can agree that there's a problem, then we'll never fix it so for someone to be telling their child. there's nothing wrong with X. Y. and Z. When there really is then you're serving to reinforce part of the issue, l.. What we do become grown adults. Yeah, say things like most cops are good cops. Not all cops are bad. That can be factual statement. Right and we can debate about that. That's a side conversation, but what you need also do is that's one side of the coin. And if you do not say, and here's what we're doing about the bad ones. Yes, then what you're doing is absolving. People in this situation if the majority of cops are good, cops fine, that's great. That's wonderful, but as a family we need to know where we stand with the ones who are not representing law enforcement. Well, what are we prepared to do? Yes, we can't just allow it. Here's what I want people to consider. Consider that there's an I'm just throwing a random number, any law random law enforcement that has one hundred officers. And let's just say that one of them is bad. We have that adage. One bad apple can spoil the bunch, and we're not going in that direction, because that's perception that one bad cop, but let's get into actuality..

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"mcdowell" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"mcdowell" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"Didn't get a lot of practice in so my cave. You want me to suck this. I'm going to need to like be able to practice and So I started calling all the manufacturers that make us different rigs but we were two weeks behind. Because you know we we just behind instead of people that already dot up all their inventory. How the Larson's home? The everybody in their brother had bought out everybody systems and so. I couldn't really find anything could find anything. Turn key race engineer at front road. He had already ordered some pedals wheels for himself and he had a computer at his house. And he's like well just dinner. Sow Sledge's welded chassis. And we'll see we'll just do it ourselves and All easier said than done but yeah the front row is my my thirty four crew. Did build a chassis and We got everything set up and right before everything got shut down. We were able to get to my house and finished building a house worth realign the glitches and things like that but by Friday of last week I had one set of her house and was able to practice a little bit more and we ran. Texas stood in. Now that I've had more time hopefully run better bristol than I did it Texas so but yeah really thankful that they're able to do that and one of my house mall shut up and so however long. I'm stuck here I'll be able to drive another funny thing that you tweeted was when it came to Texas. You said well if I flip virtually it won't hurt and I appreciate it the humor in that but it made me think. Obviously that was a moment. Many people will always remember. Is it something that fans still ask you about? Oh yeah all the time. Yeah I mean it's for sure it's something that fans remember and Yeah it's just one of those moments that I think that you know I certainly won't forget and and most people that watch during that time or were there don't and you know it doesn't bother me either. It's not like there's like two sides of it is one is it doesn't make. It's not embarrassing for you know. It's not something that I'm like. I don't WanNa talk about because if you raise long enough you're gonNA crash in a normal. You don't do it by yourself but it happens and the other side of it is that you know to me to be able to walk away from it and to still be here whatever. It is thirteen years racing. doesn't define my career either right like if I'd be everybody's highlight but I lost thirteen years after that off of being able to do my job well and get the most out of whatever situation I've been in so doesn't like haunt me or or make me feel embarrassed about it or or I don't WanNa talk about it right. Yeah it's good. You just take it in stride right. Yeah Yeah all right Michael. Let me get you out of here. One last question circling back around to our real racing when we get back on track whenever that may be do you know when I don't I wish I did. In my optimism. Optimism balloon has been popped really. Yeah so when we get back to racing when you go from competing for a couple of weeks competing for a month and then you have an unexpected hiatus. Do you think you'll have like some rust to knock off or will it just be like kind of coming out of the off season? What what do you expect? The feeling will be like when we go back racing after an unexpected and an undetermined amount of time. Unlike where when you have an off weekend or you have off season. You know you can prepare you know when you're going to be racing again. How different will it be to jump back in a car after something like this? Well I want to answer that question. Nearly so our sport definitely has a lot of confidence in him as a big equation and that happens throughout the season. Good race last. Wants to change all those all those things get better salts. Rust Call Rust. I think that we've lost along with them. That feel that you want to build up on those things asked Palestine and go into the off season and you start fresh. But I don't think you'll be rusty. I mean we we go the you know the entire off season and are able to to turn on the light switch and go so. I don't feel like it will be a lot of just getting the skewed that there's a lot of CEO and just not just communication and just flow of practice and everybody will have to work through that again. You know but yeah yeah same for everybody and so we'll see. Who Does the best? It's GONNA be interesting isn't it? We're all going to be Ready to go back racing and it's just going to be interesting when we finally get to do it. Absolutely well Michael. I appreciate the time today. I've enjoyed our chat and good luck with the virtual learning and I hope everybody stays station. Thank you all right as I wrap up this episode. Let Me Express my thanks again to Michael for taking the time to entertain me on the podcast as our racing hiatus continues and thank you as well to Mack Matt Lloyd of Front Row motorsports for coordinating our chat. Before I leave you. I wanted to remind you of a few different podcasts. Go look for deb. Williams podcast racing now and then deb is doing a great job getting her podcast going. It's a couple of years old now so I hope you give it a listen and support deb as she provides everyone with some great racing content. In fact. If podcast what you're looking for I should also tell you about a new one from Kris medlen my racer colleague who covers Formula One. Chris has recently launched the podcast. That is not a podcast podcast. I love the name. I think it's great creativity. So if you're an F. One Fan make sure you follow Kris medlen and go check out his podcast. But of course the guy who continues to put us all to shame with how good he is it everything he does is Marshall Pruitt and other one of my race or colleagues INDYCAR IMSA whatever you may be looking for. Follow Marshall and check out the Marshall Pruitt podcast. Actually I think he has more than one. But don't hold me to that Speaking of my podcast. I've seen some great reviews and ratings and feedback recently so I thank you for that. Please continue to spread the word and I will continue to bring you some fun guests and speaking of guests. We've got good ones coming up. Stephen Tart will be next on our agenda as we catch up with the former crew chief turned NBC sports broadcaster. That was a really really good conversation about how he's doing. During this hiatus and we dig into now what has been a couple years since making that transition from crew chief broadcaster. A lot of good stuff with Steve Catching up with him. But if you want fun and entertaining than you need to go to Brendan Gone Right. Uncle Brennan is also coming up on the PODCASTS. So make sure you and your friends are subscribed. You will not want to miss that. His honesty his fun. Everything as we reflect on his career because he is getting ready to hang up the helmet after the season last couple races for Brennan gone. So that's what's coming up. Thank you for listening. And I'll see you next week. Here on the racing writers podcasts..

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"mcdowell" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"mcdowell" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"Over there in the McDowell household. How are you spending your time now? Yeah we're good I mean it's it's challenges the probably the the homeschooling the schooling virtual schooling. Whatever you WANNA call it is probably the hardest just because we have three kids that are actively doing it from eighteen. Whatever you WANNA call in. They have eating conferencing and they have you know all these different things going on. And so there's a lot of noise and there's a lot of things happening am all at once. That part's figures. Challenging was just through all the school union coming to organize all the conferences and virtual chance and setting up. I feel like an IT person here lately you sound everybody connected and getting everything functioning and being able to turn in assignments and obviously it's a cross us to for the rules well because this is the first time they've had to do it so we've been lots of hiccups in lots of trying patient times. I it's funny you bring that up because I have a much younger sister who is also doing the virtual learnings. I was GONNA ask just kind of how that's gotta be so weird for everybody. I can't imagine it's one of those things where it's like. Oh parents are suddenly remembering how much they don't know it's been a process for sure. Well again I appreciate you taking the time. I'm sure that the first four races at this point probably feel like they were a year ago. Probably feels like it was many many moons ago. Yeah definitely I mean. Even though it's only been a couple weeks feel feels like it's in a really long time. Does anything stand out from those four races? Michael was we look back real quick as we look back at Daytona. Fontana Phoenix. Does anything. Stand out from your team. You guys have going on over at front row kind of how you started the season. I think that you know. Probably the thing. That steamboat racing. Always your last one right. You know. It's one that matters. So Phoenix was good as far as building and build some confidence and get back on track and so we were excited about just trying to create that momentum and and keep the moment going that we have. Daytona was okay. Went fine got a decent result but not the result we wanted and then Vegas. We had a mechanical failure in kind of all starting to spiral a little bit downhill and then being able to have a little bit of a steady nice round. Get a good finish and kind of build off of that so here we we were ready to land and silent about it and obviously just like everybody. We're adjusting to our new normal now phoenix. Of course there was a lot of excitement over what was old is new again when it comes to the package. How did that feel from your perspective kind of going back to something that was similar to what we had a few years ago in two thousand eighteen yeah? I thought the racing was getting. I thought the Taller fof was in. There was more side-by-side racing and I thought that the you know the truck did a good job with the PJ one and felt like it had its place and it worked well and thought the racing trout kilos was pretty good. We had a little baby issue early on in fights crackle way back to get back on the left and the lucky dog spot and we were able to do that. Where in the past him? You just get stuck behind people and you couldn't pass and you could really Make moves and we were able to come back to room. Get Lucky dog in against you'll get back on task cars at the end so there is more positive more opportunity for sure definitely seemed like it was a good direction for our the sport to go as they tried to kind of reevaluate the short tracks and the road courses. Do you think that they kind of hit on it and and went in a direction? Yeah absolutely you don't think the proof is in you just the race that we had at Phoenix and obviously we'll have more to kind of compare and judge off but yeah I mean I'm very confident. This is the right direction for both. Of course Jansher retracts. It definitely will produce a better show than what we had at. Those places like front row obviously has a little bit of a different. Look this year with John. Hunter now being full-time and the truck program with todd both those guys are young near the veteran. Now of the program. Does that seem? We're to you. Do you like being in that position to be able to help the younger drivers if they come to you. You know part of my kind of my racing history and background was always been intervening coaching. And and that's kind of how I was able to get through the first few levels of motorsports early on so that's kind of ingrained in me working at the ball and run school as an instructor and then helping guys that were younger than me. Come up through the different series so that part is fun. I enjoy it. You know right now. I'm not doing a whole lot is probably the reverse. It's the young is trying to teach me how I race and so yeah I'm on the opposite side of experience right now. Yeah before we're done talking. I'm definitely wanted to throw some stuff your way in general though when when you hear veteran when people consider you like me consider you a veteran when you think about how you've made starts in the cup series for the past thirteen years I mean. Does that stand out. Does that feel weird? Does it feel like you've been around that long Yes and no so definitely definitely have been around that long and there's moments that feel like that but you know a lot of those. I caught four or five. Years was starting parts just trying to hang on for dear life outdoing forces at Containing for you really pointing putting in full seasons swatted. Those were per shells. Sydell feel like the last five years or maybe it's been more. Maybe it's been six whenever I went full time with L. Afar since it's felt more like you know real and full-time experience but all those races before that still played a part in that you're able to learn a lot and and probably more than anything just mental innocent work that game. You're just putting a lot into it. Truly make the most of every moment knowing that for a long time. I didn't even have a shot at those. So at this point as we're talking with racing on hiatus your number is kind of a nice Round full number. It's three hundred and twenty five in the Cup series. Yeah what would you say has been your biggest accomplishment or maybe your best highlight so far in the cup series. I mean my island. Having three run on twenty-five START I mean I hate to say that but if you if you could zoom out and look at my whole journey it's been extremely difficult one to stay in the sport and so to me are the biggest accomplishment in regards to the fact that I'm still here and still competing and I'm in a better situation now than I've ever been. It's continuing.

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"mcdowell" Discussed on Cultivating Place

Cultivating Place

15:01 min | 1 year ago

"mcdowell" Discussed on Cultivating Place

"This is cultivating place conversations on natural history and the human impulse to garden certain from north state public radio in northern California. I'm Jennifer Jewel. Emily Dickinson was a gardener. She was also an iconic poet. And and this week we enjoy a conversation. With Garden Writer Marta McDowell to hear more about how the two callings intermingled in the life of emily only Dickinson. Welcome Marta arm so happy to be back Jennifer. I also happy to have you. I will note that this makes you the all all time. Most interviewed person on cultivating place. Marta so we should have like a drum roll. Happy to have Marta back back. So I have given you a little bit of an introduction but remind listeners and tell new listeners of whom there are a great many a little a bit about your own current practice in what you do as a writer what you do as a gardener of course while I consider myself self a garden writer and really I do a lot of things that you can append the word garden too you so I teach about gardening. I lecture about gardening. I they do some consulting on gardening and I very much garden myself as well and tell tell us just a tiny bit about your current garden and partly why I want you to describe this for listeners is that it bears the beautiful traces traces in threads and clues of almost all the books you have worked on which I think you like to describe as being at the sort of intersection of the pen and the Trowel trowel. Yes so the reason my garden is overcrowded. Just definitely read too much and so when I read about a an author who likes to garden I want to grow. Grow what they grew it. It's like a little link through time as if I could reach out I- fingers and touch them. I'm in a way that is not the into page which you know we so often encounter a writer through the printed page but actually through this medium medium of plant yeah give us an illustration of how this has worked for you. So and I I say this again to just illustrate this wonderful crossover that you include in all the books that I have read of yours. which is sort of how to have a garden in like this person would have had a garden and this was true in the Laura Ingalls Wilder Book and this is definitely true in the Emily Dickinson Book? And I believe it was true in terms of at least plant lists in all the president's gardens as well. Yes I seem to like to count. Things are always very long-planned implant list. must be some like personality type but my garden is. Let's see it's a garden of about a half an acre occurred. It is in a suburban neighborhood. My house is not new. It was built in nineteen twenty nine. Which means it's approaching one hundred years old? It sits on the front of the property so in the front. I have only only things that aren't lawn in the back. I have a tiny so-called lawn although most people who who look at it probably wouldn't call it that and I have many trees my one little patch of son I have flowers ars and herbs and then I have a woodland garden in the back and I think that's the one. Interestingly that Emily Dickenson has influenced the most because she did do a lot of wildflower collecting in wildflower walks and so in her home in her letters there so many wildflowers and she's she's from Massachusetts. I live in New Jersey. You know basically. That's a little colder where she is but I can grow most of the things that she would have found and in the woods around amherst Massachusetts so things like blood route. You know what a what a great emily Dickenson glanced right. Yeah you know You know just so many of those little spring ephemeral the things that bloom in in the spring and then completely disappear at least in my garden by the end of the summer. And then don't pop up again until next spring Burton. Yeah so you've been a gardener far longer than you've been a garden writer and you've been garden writer for a very long time now. How did one become the other and tell us about emily? Dickinson's role in that. So the the minute I had a little patch patch of earth which was round. I duNNo. Let's say nineteen eighty. I started to garden and started to just WanNa grow growth things in in a way. It didn't matter what the thing was. I just really discovered this connection to the soil and and Emily Dickinson happened entirely by accident. It was when I was in a completely different life I was. I had a job in corporate America. I would go on these trips from Lil. You know the head office in New Jersey and go out to visit insurance agencies at in this case ace and I was going across Massachusetts visiting agencies and I had a spare afternoon and I I literally told off into a higher a rest area and stared at the brochure wreck. Can you picture that yes again right. And so there was the thing for the Emily Dickinson Concerned Museum and I thought Oh hit studied Emily Dickinson you know. Let me go up to the museum and so I called. I'm sure on the pay phone and and said can I still make it. And she said Yes yes come and I found out that day Emily Dickinson had been a gardener and the door opened opened for me. I'm I suppose was poetry. It was like you know two roads diverged in the Ray Right right and so I just I. I absolutely became obsessed with Emily Dickinson and her gardening interests. And so that was a round nineteen eighteen ninety eight Two years later I I left my corporate job. I published an article about Emily Dickinson. I you know I just. I took another track. I started studying gardening. You know more seriously and you know kind of building up. I don't know and then you know I published a book in two thousand five and two thousand ten. I worked with the New York Botanical Garden on a big shows. You would think I had planned it right but I did just happen. It just happened. And and somehow the universe the collective consciousness the the seeds dormant in your own soul Found you took took you and grew you along this path and it was It has taken several kind of guises since then But Emily Dickinson was definitely the start. And when you say you published a book in two thousand five. That was your first book on Emily Dickinson. The first edition of this book is that correct. Yes and that was my first book about gardening and the same likewise with the big exhibit at The New York Botanic Tena Gardens. That was all sort of botanic garden exhibition about Emily Dickinson her gardening life and her gardening hardening motivation as well. Correct yes and I should say you know. This is the value of going to a museum right right. You know it's like you may not think anything in particular about a museum but you know it really something can touch you. And I've stayed involved with the museum really from the start. So that's been a continuous thread. And when you say the museum you are specifically referring to the Emily Dickinson Museum Museum in Amherst. That's right so you know they've been lovely to work with through the years on various programs and I work in the gardens. And you know it's it's it's really been great so I mean I I definitely want to get to that. I want to hear about your gardener for in residence Experience which I think is just so wonderful and volative and inspiring to me and I'm sure many other listeners as even a concept Marta. But let's go back to that very first article then burning into a book the first I kind of iteration of what is now your second edition give us just a basic. What were you trying to accomplish? What were you trying to document went in there so that we have the context from which to understand how this updated one is is different and expands on that original regional heart? So for me. The big surprise was that Emily Dickinson was a gardener. I don't think think of her never popped into my mind because the poems that I knew were things like oh because because I could not stop for death he kindly stopped for me. They were all along. That line of death and immortality and and I had this image of someone standing at a bedroom window in a white dress and I think that many people share that you know if they know Emily Dickinson they know of the name that image would sort of pop into their mind. That and that you know sorta pulled back hairstyle that you see in the area type and I wanted to say look. This was a person who had this interest. That's totally counter to this idea of this. ghostly hermit yeah you know stuck indoors you you know. And I'm not saying that she wasn't reclusive because she was she. She didn't go out in society in her later years. That's all true. Who but despite that she still garden so you know she got outside anyway? Yeah Yeah and I I want to And I think this is a great time to do it before we get into the details of who she was Gardner. And what we know about that. And and some of the more current research and Interpretive Materials being Put out into the world about this but why does this matter. Marta and I think it's it's actually really fascinating like why isn't important at a variety of levels that we up end this myth of this incredible poet and what inspired her how she took care of herself what she found valuable in the world world. Why is it important that we changed that? From the myth that was created early on almost as a sales pitch and what is actually true about about her to me. It's water the sources of creativity. Now you can still. You can appreciate shape Emily Dickinson. You can study. Emily Dickenson entirely without knowing that she was a gardener. I don't WanNa take away from her. Creative live genius as it stands alone but you know just as when you find out. I'm going to pick like the Beethoven Hoven was deaf right. It sort of puts it in a different context. And you go. Oh you know so. There's someone who had this. You know terrible disability and still be genius in musical composition. So you know. It's that Emily Dickinson had had various sources for her creative output and so the garden was a source for her but it also wasn't different outlet. Right it was a different way. She was expressing herself and the the vast fastness of her genius was she could take these sort of everyday things and distill them into something that speaks. I can speak to all of those. Yeah and I was thinking about this over the weekend in preparation for our conversation today and one of the things that occurred to me is that by by providing this real life woman with a more three dimensional persona sonal in the common understanding and the current understanding. We actually we add a little bit of fresh air and health and three dimensionality -ality to all of the people we might consider creative or artistic or or talented and that to know that she she was actually quite a happy and Inter related person with her family and with her friends through letters through the garden through plants food and community. You add this sense. That creativity can come with great great happiness and health as well not this sort of again mythic.

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"mcdowell" Discussed on Cultivating Place

Cultivating Place

15:01 min | 1 year ago

"mcdowell" Discussed on Cultivating Place

"This is cultivating place conversations on natural history and the human impulse to garden certain from north state public radio in northern California. I'm Jennifer Jewel. Emily Dickinson was a gardener. She was also an iconic poet. And and this week we enjoy a conversation. With Garden Writer Marta McDowell to hear more about how the two callings intermingled in the life of emily only Dickinson. Welcome Marta arm so happy to be back Jennifer. I also happy to have you. I will note that this makes you the all all time. Most interviewed person on cultivating place. Marta so we should have like a drum roll. Happy to have Marta back back. So I have given you a little bit of an introduction but remind listeners and tell new listeners of whom there are a great many a little a bit about your own current practice in what you do as a writer what you do as a gardener of course while I consider myself self a garden writer and really I do a lot of things that you can append the word garden too you so I teach about gardening. I lecture about gardening. I they do some consulting on gardening and I very much garden myself as well and tell tell us just a tiny bit about your current garden and partly why I want you to describe this for listeners is that it bears the beautiful traces traces in threads and clues of almost all the books you have worked on which I think you like to describe as being at the sort of intersection of the pen and the Trowel trowel. Yes so the reason my garden is overcrowded. Just definitely read too much and so when I read about a an author who likes to garden I want to grow. Grow what they grew it. It's like a little link through time as if I could reach out I- fingers and touch them. I'm in a way that is not the into page which you know we so often encounter a writer through the printed page but actually through this medium medium of plant yeah give us an illustration of how this has worked for you. So and I I say this again to just illustrate this wonderful crossover that you include in all the books that I have read of yours. which is sort of how to have a garden in like this person would have had a garden and this was true in the Laura Ingalls Wilder Book and this is definitely true in the Emily Dickinson Book? And I believe it was true in terms of at least plant lists in all the president's gardens as well. Yes I seem to like to count. Things are always very long-planned implant list. must be some like personality type but my garden is. Let's see it's a garden of about a half an acre occurred. It is in a suburban neighborhood. My house is not new. It was built in nineteen twenty nine. Which means it's approaching one hundred years old? It sits on the front of the property so in the front. I have only only things that aren't lawn in the back. I have a tiny so-called lawn although most people who who look at it probably wouldn't call it that and I have many trees my one little patch of son I have flowers ars and herbs and then I have a woodland garden in the back and I think that's the one. Interestingly that Emily Dickenson has influenced the most because she did do a lot of wildflower collecting in wildflower walks and so in her home in her letters there so many wildflowers and she's she's from Massachusetts. I live in New Jersey. You know basically. That's a little colder where she is but I can grow most of the things that she would have found and in the woods around amherst Massachusetts so things like blood route. You know what a what a great emily Dickenson glanced right. Yeah you know You know just so many of those little spring ephemeral the things that bloom in in the spring and then completely disappear at least in my garden by the end of the summer. And then don't pop up again until next spring Burton. Yeah so you've been a gardener far longer than you've been a garden writer and you've been garden writer for a very long time now. How did one become the other and tell us about emily? Dickinson's role in that. So the the minute I had a little patch patch of earth which was round. I duNNo. Let's say nineteen eighty. I started to garden and started to just WanNa grow growth things in in a way. It didn't matter what the thing was. I just really discovered this connection to the soil and and Emily Dickinson happened entirely by accident. It was when I was in a completely different life I was. I had a job in corporate America. I would go on these trips from Lil. You know the head office in New Jersey and go out to visit insurance agencies at in this case ace and I was going across Massachusetts visiting agencies and I had a spare afternoon and I I literally told off into a higher a rest area and stared at the brochure wreck. Can you picture that yes again right. And so there was the thing for the Emily Dickinson Concerned Museum and I thought Oh hit studied Emily Dickinson you know. Let me go up to the museum and so I called. I'm sure on the pay phone and and said can I still make it. And she said Yes yes come and I found out that day Emily Dickinson had been a gardener and the door opened opened for me. I'm I suppose was poetry. It was like you know two roads diverged in the Ray Right right and so I just I. I absolutely became obsessed with Emily Dickinson and her gardening interests. And so that was a round nineteen eighteen ninety eight Two years later I I left my corporate job. I published an article about Emily Dickinson. I you know I just. I took another track. I started studying gardening. You know more seriously and you know kind of building up. I don't know and then you know I published a book in two thousand five and two thousand ten. I worked with the New York Botanical Garden on a big shows. You would think I had planned it right but I did just happen. It just happened. And and somehow the universe the collective consciousness the the seeds dormant in your own soul Found you took took you and grew you along this path and it was It has taken several kind of guises since then But Emily Dickinson was definitely the start. And when you say you published a book in two thousand five. That was your first book on Emily Dickinson. The first edition of this book is that correct. Yes and that was my first book about gardening and the same likewise with the big exhibit at The New York Botanic Tena Gardens. That was all sort of botanic garden exhibition about Emily Dickinson her gardening life and her gardening hardening motivation as well. Correct yes and I should say you know. This is the value of going to a museum right right. You know it's like you may not think anything in particular about a museum but you know it really something can touch you. And I've stayed involved with the museum really from the start. So that's been a continuous thread. And when you say the museum you are specifically referring to the Emily Dickinson Museum Museum in Amherst. That's right so you know they've been lovely to work with through the years on various programs and I work in the gardens. And you know it's it's it's really been great so I mean I I definitely want to get to that. I want to hear about your gardener for in residence Experience which I think is just so wonderful and volative and inspiring to me and I'm sure many other listeners as even a concept Marta. But let's go back to that very first article then burning into a book the first I kind of iteration of what is now your second edition give us just a basic. What were you trying to accomplish? What were you trying to document went in there so that we have the context from which to understand how this updated one is is different and expands on that original regional heart? So for me. The big surprise was that Emily Dickinson was a gardener. I don't think think of her never popped into my mind because the poems that I knew were things like oh because because I could not stop for death he kindly stopped for me. They were all along. That line of death and immortality and and I had this image of someone standing at a bedroom window in a white dress and I think that many people share that you know if they know Emily Dickinson they know of the name that image would sort of pop into their mind. That and that you know sorta pulled back hairstyle that you see in the area type and I wanted to say look. This was a person who had this interest. That's totally counter to this idea of this. ghostly hermit yeah you know stuck indoors you you know. And I'm not saying that she wasn't reclusive because she was she. She didn't go out in society in her later years. That's all true. Who but despite that she still garden so you know she got outside anyway? Yeah Yeah and I I want to And I think this is a great time to do it before we get into the details of who she was Gardner. And what we know about that. And and some of the more current research and Interpretive Materials being Put out into the world about this but why does this matter. Marta and I think it's it's actually really fascinating like why isn't important at a variety of levels that we up end this myth of this incredible poet and what inspired her how she took care of herself what she found valuable in the world world. Why is it important that we changed that? From the myth that was created early on almost as a sales pitch and what is actually true about about her to me. It's water the sources of creativity. Now you can still. You can appreciate shape Emily Dickinson. You can study. Emily Dickenson entirely without knowing that she was a gardener. I don't WanNa take away from her. Creative live genius as it stands alone but you know just as when you find out. I'm going to pick like the Beethoven Hoven was deaf right. It sort of puts it in a different context. And you go. Oh you know so. There's someone who had this. You know terrible disability and still be genius in musical composition. So you know. It's that Emily Dickinson had had various sources for her creative output and so the garden was a source for her but it also wasn't different outlet. Right it was a different way. She was expressing herself and the the vast fastness of her genius was she could take these sort of everyday things and distill them into something that speaks. I can speak to all of those. Yeah and I was thinking about this over the weekend in preparation for our conversation today and one of the things that occurred to me is that by by providing this real life woman with a more three dimensional persona sonal in the common understanding and the current understanding. We actually we add a little bit of fresh air and health and three dimensionality -ality to all of the people we might consider creative or artistic or or talented and that to know that she she was actually quite a happy and Inter related person with her family and with her friends through letters through the garden through plants food and community. You add this sense. That creativity can come with great great happiness and health as well not this sort of again mythic.

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"mcdowell" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"mcdowell" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"As is inside of you with mike rosen bomb my interview with carl mcdowell part one you might known from bolers with the rock he also karl has an open relationship this girl from that he'd like to talk to us about renegade inside carl it's mom new incidents you in san mangalindan rooms in gun the senate he is michael rosenbaum has not shown from loss to the audience carl mcdowell yes houria man i'm good man how are you i'm really happy that you hear carl unhappy to be here this is very exciting for me except for mizzou carl were friends i like to think so great friends in were great friend rate for curl you're working actor yes your initial call bowlers borrowers i'm deeply t t de tijd td stuff sent me it means of it means a lot of things went season one emit time to die uh and it was a story about it like there was a college football player who girlfriend cheated on him to store true story and he went to her dorm in tight he texted her come out it's time to die so they called him time to die for the rest of the season he didn't kill he didn't killer that's a good thing didn't killer where they call his teammates call him t t for the rest of the season time to die tom conducts with that name came from but second season they said it was time to dance and enlightended up there are evolving their who were going from dying to dance and today i think there's an ice through line i really do i actually thought abs t tedium and maybe it's a it's a black thing it's time to turn to to to what is good does to down mean.

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