4 Burst results for "Michael Ely"
The Final Furlong Podcast
"michael ely" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"Park in the eider at Newcastle. That is the bed deck multiple for me. Mark's giving you trouble. I've given you a treble. Hopefully, we'll be swimming in gravy. Have you had a look at the grand national bayonet jans? I haven't looked in any great depth. I will be doing in the next week or two because I'll have a column R two terrain. But I understand you have taken a bit of a look. Yeah. But that was one of the things we discussed before in the world. But again, no selections were shared off air. I was looking at it for talks too today. And let me last as mark of one 5 two is pretty fair. Especially when I consider interviewing Dan skeleton and Harry skelton. On the final for a long and for talk sport, they both sound very, very bullish about them. But just look at what he did in the Hennessy. He beats remastered, who absolutely bolts up at kempton in his next art. Jericho rock, who finished third, had been runner up in the ultimate Shelton and is now out for the season. Caric rambler and obviously is the ultima winner. He's 9 links behind. And they're sounding confident about him at Sheldon. Bustleton, a Cary grand national winner, well held in 5th, and some favorite of the weekend are now second favorite. Bolted up in a handicap in January and ask a release. When a grade two novice chase last weekend, I don't trust Oscar Lee to back that up, by the way. But that form is damn good. And quotes of 20 to one, 25s, in fact, about let me loss look very fair. But the one that I'm really keen on having been very keen on gay art the menil. Only to look at the excellent poll Ferguson, whether these children festival betting guide and go down through the stats and be reminded of what a horrible record 7 year olds have in the race. And yes, noble yeats is a 7 year old. And was a great winner of it last year. But you got to go back to 19 diggity do. Literally, we're not just joking this time, 1940s. For the last 7 year old to win prior to noble yeats. I don't think the floodgates have now suddenly opened and that the 7 year olds are just going to start sweeping the grand national to glory. For all the care de menils got a great profile for it, placed in the Irish grand national. One, a grade one, over three miles, the Neville hotels, a better mention that for Karl and trace, hello Kyle and trace. And congratulations to both of you, by the way. I'll just say that. But the level of hotels chase Garrett Manuel won really well. That race fell apart. And it's a difficult one to watch back, given what happens if we're three straight life. But to be fair, chuck charts don't worry about it the other day. But he's a 7 year old. And so is the other horse that I would have had on my mind, mister incredible. They just have a horrible record in the race. So I've come down in fury road. Who's a very, very classy horse in this day, as Dennis Regan said the other day, third in the potato race to monkfish and latest exhibition with time hill and Janet Dillon behind and look at these last 5 starts. He ran a blinder at entry last year when second in a grade one novice chase to a hoist in your, we know what he's done this season, third to cappadona in a great one novice chase that punches down. He's won a down royal at the beginning of the season. He's been third in two grade ones in his last two starts to conflate it at Christmas time and to the superstar chaser in the game. Gallup on deschamps at the Dublin racing festival. Three of the last 6 winners owned by Michael Ely's gigant. Make it four of the last 7. 33 to one fury road. Let's go. And there's no point in even talking about the waste because as Paul said, it's irrelevant these days. With that compressed handicap, the weight just is no longer a thing to feature on. Up until 2014, you'd be knocking horses with 11 stone out, you'd just go, no chance. Absolutely 11 stone ten good night and good luck you're gone. No chance of winning. Even 11 stone
Therapy for Black Girls
"michael ely" Discussed on Therapy for Black Girls
"And something I like about teen dramas in general is that you really get a glimpse of parent struggles and what they go through and I thought that storyline touched on in like a really great way. Like the way you sacrificed for your kids and your family. Yeah, and I was very interested in our first conversation around what we would see with aunt ville. Will we see her dip back into her art career? Will she kind of continue to put it on the back burner? And we see that she has gone full throttle with her art career, right? So I think when we last talked, she was kind of just setting up a studio. Now she has accepted this fellowship and is like really, really throwing herself back into the art world. And we definitely saw some tension there with her, what is Michael Ely's carrot to name on this show? Whatever, fine artists. Some tension with him in Oakland field because he was kind of helping on viv usher back into this new world, right? And so it seemed like uncle fear was feeling kind of jealous, feeling like, okay, is this person going to pose a threat? To my relationship with viv. I'm still interested or maybe a little bit confused. What his character is role was because he definitely helped her come out her show. Art wise. But it will continue to see tension between him and Phil in the coming season because obviously he's attracted to aunt viv and now she's really in the art world or back on her game. So I don't know, that was a really interesting character. I wish we saw a little bit more of him. But it was, I don't want to say sad to see like, it kind of took his interest for uncle Phil to really be interested in alert to what aunt viv was doing. I didn't like how he kind of just popped up on her at the retreat..
"michael ely" Discussed on On Shuffle
"You already got that 'cause it's very darky. The coolie hair dick is sticking together. Here we go. Wow. This is all right, listen. Okay. I think that we need to go back to answering what we need to actually answer the question. Where do you side with this? I still think that like that, all right, but no, I think the question is flawed. It's actually what I think. Because the question was, is Michael Ely black famous or white famous? And then somehow more chestnut got involved in the conversation. So it's like, are we the actual? So the original person. Omar, Omar eps the person I randomly checked. So Boris just so it's Moore's chestnut and we're the question we're asking is he more white famous or black famous? Yeah. I still think he's more black famous 'cause it's like there's because there's the shows that he currently has, there's the, what was the movie that he was him and Bill Bellamy and like all those other dudes that's like the best yeah, wait, is it best reality? It's like he is a specific kind of like black famous. Famous. Okay. VHS they daytime television famous. Yeah. Like he's soaked famous. That's like, he's not like, you can't read weekly recaps about him on the Internet. Okay, but can I, okay, maybe here's and this is an extension of the Omar epsom observation, right? I think the reason I'm sort of pushing this distinction is because I get the idea that some of these black actors are in big mainstream things with like huge appeal. But there's still such a thing as being a kind of black actor who like, oh, black actors know you're talking about if you're talking about Michael ealy or Omar Epps, or more chestnut. And yes, these actors are also in big mainstream things that white people watch, but they never get beyond white people being like, oh, that actor, like, he's in, he's in a bunch of things. What's his name? That's the thing about it. Yeah. Tip of the toe. You know what I mean? There's still those tip of the tongue actors, even though they've been on like 6 network procedural things. Even though they've been working for like the last 30, 40 years. And haven't aged since the four broccoli..
Open Floor: SI's NBA Show
"michael ely" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show
"What's up open floor globe? I'm your host, Michael the pod pina and I'm joined on the other line by my good friends, Sports Illustrated staff writer, the Paolo Gucci of the podcast world, Rohan nadkarni, Rohan, how was your weekend? Oh, it was great. Mike just continuing to enjoy my time in South Florida, the hats are barely fitting these days because of the humidity. I watched when does I say you watched a movie that was actively bad and you just said, I'm gonna keep going. I love bad movies. Same. I don't know the last time. It's probably like every other movie I watch is bad. Okay, I see. Well, I have a recommendation for you then in a movie that I think you actually quite enjoy very much. And let me be clear, I think I enjoyed it as well. It's the 2010 film takers. Starring Idris Elba, Paul Walker, Michael Ely, Hayden Kristensen, putting Hayden Kristensen and Paul Walker in the same movie. And expecting us to believe that there are different characters and not related was a flex. It also stars two canceled legends in TI and Chris Brown. It was very uncomfortable watching them in this movie. Matt Dillon is in it. And what is this film? I have no idea what you're talking about. It's ostensibly a heist movie. The takers are a crew of I think it's 6 of them TI was in jail. It's of course he's got one last job for them. They were supposed to lay low for another year, but TI's got one last job. And it involves armored trucks, double crosses, and truly the most phoned in performances I've ever seen from a group of actors like, no one is trying. It's so uncomfortable. It's a good lots Angeles movie. I think you'll also enjoy someone who lived in Los Angeles. Just like a good, it's like one of those good, we understand the geography of Los Angeles movies. But other than that, it's so absurd. It's so bad. The acting is truly horrendous. And yeah, I watched the whole thing. I don't want us to get too sidetracked from talking basketball, but this is a pseudo movie podcast. I feel like so. This is a basketball podcast, it's a Trojan horse for movies, but yes, continue. Exactly, yeah. I watched heat last night for like the 7000. That's in my top 5 all time. I'm so glad to hear that you've seen heat, Rohan. I was nervous even bringing it up. I'm not gonna lie. No, that's an incredible revelation. He's one of the best movies ever made. I genuinely believe that..