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You'll Never Get Far in Life Without Friends
"That you never get far in life without Friends. And you never get far away, you could also subtitle that. Also, you never get far in life without people who look out for you. One of the best sequences is many things have been talked about Top Gun: Maverick is the homage that it pays to the original Top Gun. And I just use that in those terms it praised pocket pays proper homage to those who were in the original Top Gun. It doesn't make like they was it never happened. It very much is interwoven into this whole sequence of this movie. And this issue of having a friend matters. Now, we remember in the original Top Gun iceman, kazansky and Pete Mitchell maverick were at odds. They were competitors that were doing just what I said in the previous is they were pushing each other that you always needed someone to push you someone I were to push you out there into, you know, to not fear failure, but to actually get out there and do it. Somebody that'll push you past that point. You need those mentors in your
Morgan, Giddens part of national Memorial Day concert
"Craig Morgan and Rhiannon giddens are among the performers for the national Memorial Day concert in Washington that will be shown on PBS station Sunday I'm marching in a letter with the latest Joe Montana and Gary Sinise will host the concert from the national mall in Washington It will celebrate 100 years of the Lincoln Memorial and pay tribute to late general Colin Powell who spoke at the Memorial Day concert for years Country singer Craig Morgan says Memorial Day has always meant a lot to him As a veteran I recognize what Memorial Day truly represents It's not just a weekend at the late with hot dogs and beers It's an opportunity for us to remember those that have made the ultimate sacrifice Others who will appear including Leah salonga Brian stokes Mitchell Mary McCormick and Jean Smart
Ukraine Mitchell Miller People Of
"The yeas are 86 the nays are 11 and the bill is passed The Senate approving the massive aid package on a largely bipartisan vote Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer The United States Senate will keep its promise to stand with the people of Ukraine The package includes military as well as economic assistance and funding to help with Ukrainians displaced by the war The aid had been delayed over the past week due to an objection by Kentucky Republican Rand Paul He and ten other Republicans voted against the bill The house earlier approved the legislation which now goes to President Biden for his signature On Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTO The war in Ukraine is approaching three
Russia Ukraine War Ballet Dancers-Ballet Intro and
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Luka Donic, Mavericks beat Jazz to advance to second round
"The the the the Dallas Dallas Dallas Dallas Mavericks Mavericks Mavericks Mavericks advance advance advance advance to to to to the the the the second second second second round round round round of of of of the the the the playoffs playoffs playoffs playoffs for for for for the the the the first first first first time time time time since since since since they they they they won won won won the the the the NBA NBA NBA NBA title title title title eleven eleven eleven eleven years years years years ago ago ago ago by by by by knocking knocking knocking knocking out out out out the the the the Utah Utah Utah Utah Jazz Jazz Jazz Jazz ninety ninety ninety ninety eight eight eight eight ninety ninety ninety ninety six six six six in in in in game game game game six six six six the the the the jazz jazz jazz jazz literally literally literally literally had had had had a a a a shot shot shot shot to to to to force force force force a a a a game game game game seven seven seven seven but but but but boy boy boy boy on on on on bike bike bike bike dot dot dot dot of of of of it's it's it's it's missed missed missed missed a a a a three three three three point point point point attempt attempt attempt attempt at at at at the the the the final final final final buzzer buzzer buzzer buzzer you you you you tied tied tied tied a a a a twelve twelve twelve twelve point point point point lead lead lead lead at at at at halftime halftime halftime halftime but but but but the the the the mass mass mass mass outscored outscored outscored outscored the the the the jazz jazz jazz jazz by by by by seventeen seventeen seventeen seventeen in in in in the the the the third third third third quarter quarter quarter quarter to to to to turn turn turn turn the the the the game game game game around around around around look look look look at at at at dodges dodges dodges dodges scored scored scored scored twenty twenty twenty twenty four four four four for for for for Dallas Dallas Dallas Dallas as as as as did did did did fellow fellow fellow fellow guard guard guard guard Jalen Jalen Jalen Jalen Brunson Brunson Brunson Brunson big big big big loan loan loan loan for for for for us us us us our our our our guys guys guys guys have have have have been been been been around around around around for for for for awhile awhile awhile awhile thank thank thank thank you you you you at at at at home home home home they're they're they're they're happy happy happy happy about about about about it it it it I'm I'm I'm I'm interested interested interested interested today today today today will will will will be be be be happy happy happy happy about about about about it it it it but but but but when when when when you you you you start start start start to to to to monitor monitor monitor monitor the the the the a a a a big big big big task task task task at at at at hand hand hand hand Donovan Donovan Donovan Donovan Mitchell Mitchell Mitchell Mitchell led led led led the the the the jazz jazz jazz jazz with with with with twenty twenty twenty twenty three three three three I'm I'm I'm I'm Tom Tom Tom Tom Mariam Mariam Mariam Mariam
Jazz beat Mavericks to tie series, spoil Doncic's return
"Ready ready ready ready go go go go there there there there gave gave gave gave the the the the jazz jazz jazz jazz the the the the lead lead lead lead with with with with an an an an alley alley alley alley oop oop oop oop dunk dunk dunk dunk with with with with eleven eleven eleven eleven seconds seconds seconds seconds left left left left in in in in a a a a one one one one hundred hundred hundred hundred ninety ninety ninety ninety nine nine nine nine win win win win over over over over the the the the Mavericks Mavericks Mavericks Mavericks go go go go they're they're they're they're finished finished finished finished with with with with seventeen seventeen seventeen seventeen points points points points and and and and grabbed grabbed grabbed grabbed ten ten ten ten of of of of his his his his fifteen fifteen fifteen fifteen rebounds rebounds rebounds rebounds from from from from the the the the office office office office of of of of glass glass glass glass helping helping helping helping you you you you to to to to even even even even the the the the series series series series at at at at two two two two games games games games apiece apiece apiece apiece Jordan Jordan Jordan Jordan Clarkson Clarkson Clarkson Clarkson scored scored scored scored twenty twenty twenty twenty five five five five points points points points and and and and Donovan Donovan Donovan Donovan Mitchell Mitchell Mitchell Mitchell added added added added twenty twenty twenty twenty three three three three to to to to help help help help the the the the jazz jazz jazz jazz withstand withstand withstand withstand the the the the return return return return of of of of Luke Luke Luke Luke a a a a Dodge Dodge Dodge Dodge the the the the Dallas Dallas Dallas Dallas guard guard guard guard provided provided provided provided thirty thirty thirty thirty points points points points ten ten ten ten rebounds rebounds rebounds rebounds and and and and four four four four assists assists assists assists after after after after missing missing missing missing the the the the first first first first three three three three games games games games of of of of the the the the series series series series with with with with a a a a strained strained strained strained calf calf calf calf the the the the mavs mavs mavs mavs had had had had a a a a chance chance chance chance to to to to tie tie tie tie it it it it but but but but Spencer Spencer Spencer Spencer Dinwiddie Dinwiddie Dinwiddie Dinwiddie missed missed missed missed a a a a three three three three pointer pointer pointer pointer at at at at the the the the buzzer buzzer buzzer buzzer I'm I'm I'm I'm Dave Dave Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie Ferrie Ferrie
Brunson, Mavericks beat Jazz 126-118 to take 2-1 series lead
"The the the the Mavericks Mavericks Mavericks Mavericks are are are are up up up up to to to to one one one one in in in in their their their their first first first first round round round round series series series series after after after after Jaylen Jaylen Jaylen Jaylen Brunson Brunson Brunson Brunson scored scored scored scored thirty thirty thirty thirty one one one one points points points points in in in in a a a a one one one one twenty twenty twenty twenty six six six six twenty twenty twenty twenty eighteen eighteen eighteen eighteen win win win win over over over over the the the the jazz jazz jazz jazz by by by by the the the the we we we we have have have have number number number number of of of of bids bids bids bids that that that that we we we we got got got got you you you you gone gone gone gone there there there there to to to to mess mess mess mess up up up up and and and and quit quit quit quit and and and and he's he's he's he's gonna gonna gonna gonna have have have have to to to to basically basically basically basically just just just just sit sit sit sit together together together together for for for for these these these these how how how long long long this this this might might might take take take Spencer Spencer Spencer Dinwiddie Dinwiddie Dinwiddie scored scored scored ten ten ten of of of his his his twenty twenty twenty points points points in in in the the the fourth fourth fourth quarter quarter quarter for for for Dallas Dallas Dallas which which which is is is regained regained regained control control control of of of the the the series series series despite despite despite playing playing playing the the the first first first three three three games games games without without without Luka Luka Luka don don don change change change the the the maps maps maps let let let just just just one one one of of of three three three one one one or or or two two two until until until Dinwiddie Dinwiddie Dinwiddie and and and Brunson Brunson Brunson did did did the the the scoring scoring scoring in in in the the the ten ten ten to to to run run run Donovan Donovan Donovan Mitchell Mitchell Mitchell deliver deliver deliver twenty twenty twenty eight eight eight of of of his his his thirty thirty thirty two two two points points points in in in the the the second second second half half half for for for you you you time time time boy boy boy am am am Bogdanovich Bogdanovich Bogdanovich added added added twenty twenty twenty four four four points points points to to to Mike Mike Mike Conley Conley Conley had had had twenty twenty twenty one one one for for for the the the jazz jazz jazz who who who will will will host host host game game game four four four on on on Saturday Saturday Saturday I'm I'm I'm Dave Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie Ferrie
Update on the latest sports
"AP AP AP AP sports sports sports sports I'm I'm I'm I'm Dave Dave Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie Ferrie Ferrie and and and and Steph Steph Steph Steph curry curry curry curry returned returned returned returned to to to to the the the the court court court court and and and and scored scored scored scored sixteen sixteen sixteen sixteen points points points points off off off off the the the the bench bench bench bench as as as as the the the the warriors warriors warriors warriors took took took took down down down down the the the the nuggets nuggets nuggets nuggets one one one one twenty twenty twenty twenty three three three three one one one one oh oh oh oh seven seven seven seven in in in in there there there there NBA NBA NBA NBA playoff playoff playoff playoff opener opener opener opener curry curry curry curry played played played played twenty twenty twenty twenty one one one one minutes minutes minutes minutes in in in in his his his his first first first first action action action action since since since since missing missing missing missing a a a a month month month month with with with with a a a a sprained sprained sprained sprained ligament ligament ligament ligament in in in in his his his his left left left left foot foot foot foot the the the the seventh seventh seventh seventh seeded seeded seeded seeded Timberwolves Timberwolves Timberwolves Timberwolves open open open open their their their their playoff playoff playoff playoff schedule schedule schedule schedule with with with with the the the the one one one one thirty thirty thirty thirty one one one one seventeen seventeen seventeen seventeen win win win win at at at at Memphis Memphis Memphis Memphis Karl Karl Karl Karl Anthony Anthony Anthony Anthony towns towns towns towns had had had had a a a a double double double double double double double double with with with with twenty twenty twenty twenty nine nine nine nine points points points points and and and and thirteen thirteen thirteen thirteen rebounds rebounds rebounds rebounds Minnesota's Minnesota's Minnesota's Minnesota's Anthony Anthony Anthony Anthony Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards poured poured poured poured in in in in a a a a game game game game high high high high thirty thirty thirty thirty six six six six points points points points Tyrese Tyrese Tyrese Tyrese Maxey Maxey Maxey Maxey led led led led the the the the seventy seventy seventy seventy Sixers Sixers Sixers Sixers to to to to a a a a one one one one thirty thirty thirty thirty one one one one one one one one eleven eleven eleven eleven rattle rattle rattle rattle the the the the rafters rafters rafters rafters pouring pouring pouring pouring in in in in twenty twenty twenty twenty one one one one of of of of his his his his playoff playoff playoff playoff career career career career high high high high thirty thirty thirty thirty eight eight eight eight points points points points in in in in the the the the third third third third quarter quarter quarter quarter Donovan Donovan Donovan Donovan Mitchell Mitchell Mitchell Mitchell scored scored scored scored thirty thirty thirty thirty of of of of his his his his thirty thirty thirty thirty two two two two points points points points in in in in the the the the second second second second half half half half helping helping helping helping you you you you to to to to earn earn earn earn a a a a ninety ninety ninety ninety nine nine nine nine ninety ninety ninety ninety three three three three victory victory victory victory at at at at Dallas Dallas Dallas Dallas the the the the maps maps maps maps played played played played without without without without looking looking looking looking down down down down church church church church because because because because of of of of a a a a spring spring spring spring calf calf calf calf NHL NHL NHL NHL on on on on the the the the avalanche avalanche avalanche avalanche roll roll roll roll to to to to a a a a seven seven seven seven four four four four win win win win over over over over the the the the hurricanes hurricanes hurricanes hurricanes allowing allowing allowing allowing the the the the Rangers Rangers Rangers Rangers to to to to move move move move into into into into a a a a first first first first place place place place tie tie tie tie with with with with Caroline Caroline Caroline Caroline in in in in the the the the metropolitan metropolitan metropolitan metropolitan division division division division Colorado Colorado Colorado Colorado clinch clinch clinch clinch the the the the top top top top seed seed seed seed in in in in the the the the west west west west with with with with this this this this nice nice nice nice straight straight straight straight win win win win I'm I'm I'm I'm Dave Dave Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie Ferrie Ferrie AP AP AP AP sports sports sports sports
Mitchell, Jazz win opener 99-93 as Mavs play without Doncic
"The the the the jazz jazz jazz jazz of of of of open open open open their their their their playoff playoff playoff playoff schedule schedule schedule schedule with with with with the the the the ninety ninety ninety ninety nine nine nine nine ninety ninety ninety ninety three three three three win win win win over over over over the the the the Mavericks Mavericks Mavericks Mavericks Donovan Donovan Donovan Donovan Mitchell Mitchell Mitchell Mitchell scored scored scored scored thirty thirty thirty thirty of of of of his his his his thirty thirty thirty thirty two two two two points points points points in in in in the the the the second second second second half half half half boy boy boy boy am am am am Bogdanovich Bogdanovich Bogdanovich Bogdanovich had had had had Utah's Utah's Utah's Utah's only only only only two two two two three three three three pointers pointers pointers pointers before before before before halftime halftime halftime halftime it it it it thirteen thirteen thirteen thirteen to to to to run run run run over over over over the the the the final final final final three three three three and and and and a a a a half half half half minutes minutes minutes minutes that that that that put put put put the the the the jazz jazz jazz jazz ahead ahead ahead ahead to to to to stay stay stay stay Bob Bob Bob Bob Donnan Donnan Donnan Donnan each each each each finished finished finished finished with with with with twenty twenty twenty twenty six six six six points points points points the the the the maps maps maps maps played played played played without without without without Luka Luka Luka Luka don don don don church church church church who who who who strained strained strained strained his his his his left left left left calf calf calf calf six six six six days days days days earlier earlier earlier earlier in in in in the the the the regular regular regular regular season season season season finale finale finale finale Jaylen Jaylen Jaylen Jaylen Brunson Brunson Brunson Brunson led led led led Dallas Dallas Dallas Dallas with with with with twenty twenty twenty twenty four four four four points points points points but but but but was was was was just just just just nine nine nine nine of of of of twenty twenty twenty twenty four four four four shooting shooting shooting shooting Spencer Spencer Spencer Spencer Dinwiddie Dinwiddie Dinwiddie Dinwiddie had had had had twenty twenty twenty twenty two two two two points points points points for for for for the the the the mavs mavs mavs mavs who who who who host host host host game game game game two two two two on on on on Monday Monday Monday Monday I'm I'm I'm I'm Dave Dave Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie Ferrie Ferrie
Andrea Mitchell Blames Biden's Climate Failures on Ukraine War
"Now we have MS LSD today Andrea Mitchell Cut ten go And finally the political impact at home first of all you've got inflationary pressure real pressure in the midterm election year You also have environmentalists criticizing the president because of his focus on increasing the supply of fossil fuels through the strategic petroleum reserve through ethanol now the increase of ethanol in the summer gas component All of this is hurting the environmental goals The climate goals of candidate Joe Biden Especially that war in Ukraine I just wish the Ukrainians would stop dying So Joe Biden could go ahead further with destroying our economic system with his quote unquote climate change and environmental goals Now this clearly is the propaganda of Comcast and their affiliates NBC and MSNBC now
Mariupol mayor says siege has killed more than 10K civilians
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Warriors rally from 16 down to beat Jazz, get playoff spot
"Down down by by sixteen sixteen points points the the warriors warriors used used a a twenty twenty four four to to four four run run in in the the fourth fourth quarter quarter to to beat beat the the jazz jazz one one eleven eleven one one oh oh seven seven the the warriors warriors victory victory keeps keeps them them as as the the number number three three seed seed in in the the west west one one game game ahead ahead of of the the Dallas Dallas Mavericks Mavericks Klay Klay Thompson Thompson led led all all scorers scorers with with thirty thirty six six points points Jordan Jordan Poole Poole added added thirty thirty one one to to end end the the war war years years four four game game losing losing streak streak the the jazz jazz went went scoreless scoreless for for nearly nearly six six minutes minutes while while Golden Golden State State scored scored eighteen eighteen straight straight points points in in the the loss loss Utah Utah with with twenty twenty six six points points each each from from Donovan Donovan Mitchell Mitchell and and Mike Mike Conley Conley Riley Riley ang ang San San Francisco Francisco
Tatum, Brown sizzle, Celtics roll to 125-97 win over Jazz
"Jayson Tatum and Jaylen brown poured in twenty six points apiece as the Celtics roughed up the jazz in the one twenty five ninety seven when Marcus smart added a career high thirteen assists to help the Celtics continue their ascent in the east with the fifth straight win will play a really good win a good rather and can easily fall to a low hello trap of feeling complacent and you know everybody's mom says the same right now we're trying to continue to hold everybody accountable Boston jumped out to an early sixteen point lead and that's thirty nine point first quarter Donovan Mitchell scored a game high thirty seven and Rudy go bear added fourteen points and eleven rebounds for the jazz who dropped consecutive games for the first time since January I'm deaf in Coolbaugh
"mitchell " Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden
"Seasons. It's not talking about Celtics, but just in the NBA, that's like a team looks as freaking bad as they did for two months. And then just completely turns it around. Without getting their superstar player back that was missing. You know what I mean? Like, they could spend the same players more or less, you know, obviously you brought Derek white and you lost a couple of role players, but the core of these guys are the same. And for them to just do this 180° turnaround. It's just crazy. I mean, again, nobody can honestly say that they saw this coming. No, no, not even the players. But other than us, I can't imagine anybody else. And even when you hear the players talk about how we always believe we always believe that you may have thought you would be better. I do believe they always felt they'd be better, but I can't imagine that at some point. We're going to have, we're going to have the best defense in the NBA, and we're going to be top 5 offense. And we're going to win like 70, 80% of our games rested away. No, I don't think that they had that type of foresight. But they're better in their consistent. And that's the one thing that really stands out to me. Is there consistency? They're not just beating the crap out of teams every now and then it's squeaking out other ones. They're crushing teams home and on the road. And again, they're crushing teams who have certain players who are dominant. And those players are not being down. And we saw what they did with jokic. He's so much better to play than what we saw against the south as but they made him very small. We saw in Philadelphia. We saw it tonight with Donovan Mitchell who had a great game. I mean, 37 points shot 13 for 24 from the field, 6 rebounds. Usually that's going to get a Utah win. But instead, they got their asses with by damn near 30 points..
Durant has 37, Nets beat Jazz 114-106 to extend good stretch
"Kevin Durant had thirty seven points nine rebounds and eight assists to lead the next to a one fourteen to one oh six win over the jazz Brooklyn has won six of their last seven to set a thirty eight and thirty four Durant passed Jerry west to move into twenty second place on the NBA's all time scoring list with twenty five thousand two hundred and thirteen point he enjoyed going against the top flight team I enjoy the competition is out there is one of the best teams in the league they bring the best out of you nondestructive leader for my guys and you know feed off the crowd and I want to cry to feed off me as well Donovan Mitchell had thirty for the forty five and twenty seven jazz might make you so New York
Shamet hits key 3-pointer in OT, Suns rally to beat Kings
"Landry sham it nailed a three pointer with thirty one seconds left in overtime putting the sun's ahead to stay in a one twenty seven one twenty four win over the kings it was the fifth three pointer of the game for salmon who finished with twenty seven points Devin Booker scored nineteen of his thirty one points in the third quarter of the son's fifth straight win D. Andriy Ayton had twelve points and ten rebounds before fouling out late in the fourth quarter davita Mitchell started in place of injured point guard the Arent fox he had twenty points and nine assists for Sacramento which has lost ten of thirteen I'm Dave very
Andrea Mitchell Hopes War in Ukraine ‘at Least Is Helping the Democrat
"She's got a question A real important question don't you know Had tipped to our friends at news busters listen to this First of all wait until she finally gets to the question Cut 8 go And I want to quickly ask both of you about the midterms because we have seen the president's declining poll ratings stabilize and even edge up With the way he's responded on Ukraine but he still has inflation the fed is going to raise rates today And you know he's got other problems as well Phil do you want to take it first Do you think that this at least is helping the Democrats and helping The White House as they head into the now let's stop a second She's asking you Phil Rucker AKA Phil schmucker over there at The Washington Post he's deputy national editor You see when this clown speaks like this she feeds into the Putin wing of the Republican Party and the other pute knights and pute noids With their hemorrhoids all over our society Who have this theory that we're in part supporting the Ukrainians in order to improve Joe Biden's poll ratings So here she is the dummy Saying do you think this will help Joe Biden's poll ratings in the Democrats in the midterm It's incredible
Mitchell scores 25 of 37 points in 3rd, Jazz beat Bulls
"Donovan Mitchell said a jazz record by scoring twenty five of his thirty seven points in the third quarter of the one twenty five one ten downing of the bulls Mitchell made a franchise record seven three pointers in the third period and broke Karl Malone's team mark of twenty two points in a quarter Jordan Clarkson provided twenty six points for Utah which scored fourteen straight in the fourth quarter Nickeil Alexander Walker scored fourteen of his sixteen points in the fourth quarter Alexander Walker had only nine points in his first seven games with the jets the bulls lost for the seventh time in nine games despite Zach Levine who hit five three pointers and scored thirty three points I'm the ferry
Antetokounmpo, Bucks rally past Jazz for 117-111 victory
"The box one for the seventh time in eight tries when they held off the jazz one seventeen one eleven Yanis Antetokounmpo led the way with a game high thirty points to go with fifteen rebounds Milwaukee coach Mike Budenholzer this is a tough place to play you know we probably will coach they shoot the three ball just it's it's really hard to guard so it's a good win for us on the road for the defending champs this broke a nineteen game losing streak in Salt Lake City dating back to October of two thousand one Utah was down one eleven one oh nine with a minute to go but Donovan Mitchell missed a lay up that could have tied the game and the walkie hung on the jazz lost for the fourth time in their last ten games I'm Bruce Morton
"mitchell " Discussed on Fore Play
"Foreplay, presented by barstool sports, we have two guests on this show two great interviews with golfers, PGA Tour winners. We have Keith Mitchell first, and then we have Daniel Berger who's the defending champion at pebble beach this week. So boom, we're just cranking interviews lately to be honest with you. I think coming up very soon next week, we're gonna have a expert, a doctor in the art of basically the yips and neurological issues that translate to sports, which I don't know why we would have that on. I don't know if that's relevant. To anyone or anything here, but point as we get too big interviews here, colt was awesome on Tuesday's show. If you haven't seen that, go check it out. And then we got Keith Mitchell and Daniel Berger on this show, interview interview interview. Reminder to go subscribe to our YouTube channel. We're putting all of our hard work, our sweat, our tears, we got ebook, Jake bass, working really hard. Everybody's working really hard, putting these videos together, putting them out, putting them on YouTube, so if you subscribe, please subscribe to our YouTube channel for play golf, and then you're gonna get hit all the time with really cool videos that you're going to enjoy. Yeah, and something happened with the last one where it didn't get into the algorithm. It was like a copyright claim because of some sort of language that I use or something. I don't know. I think I said something about squirting and it stopped basically the final episode. The algorithm stream got stopped for a second. There was like a claim on the video and now it's been cleared. So now it's back into wherever it goes on YouTube. YouTube algorithm is a fucking crazy place. I don't know how it works. I don't know how it operates, but if you fuck it up for one second, you lose your stream. We're at like a 100,000 views. That video at band and dunes should have 400,000 views. That's how good of a match it is. That's how good of a golf course it is. Go watch it. If you haven't seen it pop up on your next suggested videos that's because something happened to the video. It happens every now and again. And then again, I'm going to plug the Disney episode is a fantastic fantastic episode. Wholesome. It's just wholesome. It's funny. It's great. It's us off the golf, of course, it's stuff that we want to start doing more. When we do the travel series, we want to start doing more stuff off the golf course and incorporate all the things you can do in the towns and the cities and we're starting to do that a lot. Disney was like everything encapsulated with that. So yeah, the YouTube page is in a good place and then keep an eye open Trent and I have not forgotten about it. We've been traveling a lot. We are going to do the hole in one challenge on PGA Tour two K. We're going to need all the money that goes into the super chat on YouTube..
"mitchell " Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver
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"mitchell " Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver
"What would be your last meal? For my last meal, I would like it to be a sort of this is your life meal, you know? That I could return to some dishes that were you know how different times of your life you just do one dish a lot and then maybe you're sick of it and you don't do it again, but then if you were to have it again, it reminds you of this era and so here's what I'm gonna do. Is this okay? It's a few things. Yes. Okay, okay. So for my childhood, I'm gonna have so I grew up on this sheep farm. And my parents, they spent a little time on this Greek island when they were young, hippies. Then they carried the kind of romance for this Greek island with them, I think, in my childhood. So my mom, she would make like a marinated lamb chops. It was all about just marinate them like crazy with the family marinade. And then broil them really fast on both sides. And also, I think she would make these Greek potatoes. They had lemon and garlic. And so I associate that with this sort of special family meal that we would have. If people came over for dinner, it was always like, we're gonna have lamb. So I'm gonna have that. And then so my husband, my life partner, he is a farmer of vegetables. And there's a couple of kind of vegetable dishes that I associate with him in different times of her life. And so I'll get his vegetables and I make like a kale salad. You massage the kale with the salt in the oil and then maybe it's feta and lemon and maybe some toasted seeds. And they're all like finely ribboned ribboned up. And what else was I think, oh yeah, okay, so Hades town. I worked on Haiti San for so long and I spent a lot of time with Rachel Chad in the director and our music director Liam Robinson and there was a whole era where we were working on the show out of town. And so we would be put up in these little flats. And a lot of times I late at night, we come back to the flat, someone's flat, and we would fry some halloumi cheese. Like we all got into halloumi at the same time. And now if I taste the halloumi cheese, I picture this really joyful time of in the trenches with those guys working on that show, which is really like a third of my creative life was like working on that show. So I have the halloumi. I don't have a meaningful dessert really. So I might just have like a chocolate mousse. You know, this is the thing that I always like don't let myself have it so I would have it. Wow, I really like that there's a kind of dickensian. Let's go back and revisit the ghosts of meals past. Yeah. It's like Proust. It's like the Madeleine and the tea. That's way better analogy. I love that because it does it. It lights up those parts of our life. So it really just becomes the illustration of memory in such an immediate way. And food can do that. And actually I guess the sense of smell really does that in a way that you know you smell like a product like a perfume that your boyfriend wore when you're like 14 or something and it's just like a complete body slam of memory. And music is that way too active. It does that too. I couldn't agree more. But what if I listen to Elliott Smith? It's so painful and it is so beautiful. I was in the studio with him while he was recording exo and when he was layering these vocals and it was so funny, like watching somebody build something, which is still standing. Now he's gone. It's incredible. It's like experiencing the strongest moments of him is so interesting how there is music. It hits you on every single level and kind of takes your breath away. It's so physiological. You really feel it in your body. And I'm a kind of person. I get obsessed with one song. Most like I can't breathe, like I need it. You know? Like you get in the car and it's like, quick, get it on. Get another stereo. I need it. And just listen again and again and again. To one song or one album, one artist at a time. And then if I hear that song it takes me back. Yeah. It's feeling, right? It's having permission to feel again. Poor sweet humans. We can't Marshall all of that stuff that there is to synthesize and feel in this life. And I think music is a way of doing that as is food as is love, I suppose. Yeah. Music is very calming for me. I find if I'm at home and you know the boredom of children of small children, yes, my children, they're just like, they want to read the same board book. A million times. And if I have music on, I don't mind, you know? If you're cooking something, they go together. If you're cooking something, you smell that thing cooking out of the kitchen and you've got the music on. Everything is okay. You can sort of be cool. Yeah, it's absolutely true. It's certainly with the children thing. It gives you a place to sit on that is above the grinding repetition of small children, which is obviously how they're learning. They need to repeat all that stuff, but it does make you go insane. But listening to Paul records. And I said, I love doing that. My son's just started doing that and going, you know, because these children, they've just been indoctrinated with a single, or like a song. To playing him albums, he came running in the other day. He just listened to inner visions. And he was like, mom, it's connected. The whole thing is connected. And I was like, doing something else, I said, what do you mean? He's like, the songs that's connected. Like if you listen to them, one after the other. My sweet friend, his born into the world of infinite shuffle. Like there's no connectivity. It was so brilliant, his little face when he saw that music could be written, you know, all the way through and a side and a B side. Like there was a reason that those 5 songs were there, the other 5 songs were there and how they connected. Yes, I love that. Well, first of all, I love your son, whatever your impression of him. I know he gets very annoyed because he doesn't really talk like this anymore, but he did his whole life. I have video to prove it. He always sounded like a tiny bookie from the catskills. Oh, amazing. Amazing. Yeah, I know what you're talking about with the sequencing of an album. I completely lost my mind trying to sequence this record. Yeah, it took months. It took months and it ultimately cut a couple songs. That's the hardest thing that is like killing something you love. Yeah. You know what I mean? Nowadays, you can put them out. Put them out as a couple songs, so it's not a big deal. But it feels like maybe it's a thankless job with this body light, the horseman music. We're all obsessed with the album and the a side of the B side. And you know, how are they connected? Yeah, what's the narrative arc of things, let alone, you know, here's to banjo on this one and the saxophone in this one and this is in key of C and this is you can't have two C is following each other. Well, this one can't, but it's like, but it does go after that. Well, it can't. Then you gotta put it in a different key 'cause. Yeah, all of those battles. So tricky, but also nowadays like because of the algorithms like people may not hear the music in the order that you put it on the record. Like basically whatever is popular will then rise to the top and that might be the first song people here. It is. That's exactly right. That's what the algorithm does. So this whole notion of it really was like one, two, three, four, 5. That's the order. I do like doing that with people's records and seeing what they meant. I really try to do that with a new record. No, I'm the same. I'm the same. It's special win songs can speak to each other. And a lot of times they do. What person police or experience has most altered your life? The person that leaps to mind is my grandma. My parents had a house and then my grandparents also when they were alive had a house on the same land. And now this is an aside, but my brother's family has a house on this farm and we have recently left New York City and we are living under mountain and we're going to renovate my grandparents house and move into it. So it's kind of a full circle moment for us. But this house, my grandparents house, like I spent a lot of time down there, it's literally my happy place. When I was getting ready to give birth for the first time, I did like a hypno birthing class, you know? And they're like, what is your happy place? And I thought, it's my grandma's house, and I picture myself like laying on the floor with like a sunbeam coming in, like a carpeted floor and a sun coming in this sliding glass door. My grandma was an incredibly creative woman that wasn't an artist per se..
"mitchell " Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver
"Fictionalized defines love for you? I'm kind of a romantic. Like I always have kind of been a romantic and loved the idea of love at first sight and a kind of twin souls, you know, and yeah, that idea that you meet someone, I'm thinking of Orpheus and you're going to see right now because that's what it was. Yeah, I remember like a bunch of times in the sort of dramaturgical trenches of working on the show. People with the dramaturg or someone else would be like, but why does he love her? You know? Why does Orpheus love you to see? And I would be like, because he's obvious. And she's really. Like, it's not enough for, you know, a lot of people they need to see the kind of causality, but the idea of what is written in the stars. And another kind of fictional version of that that went deep for me is that Hemingway book for whom the bell tolls. Oh yeah. You know, just these young revolutionaries fighting fascism and then they're in love and it's like the earth moves and all that stuff. And I feel like I've had an experience of that with my life partner. I've been with the same guy since I was 19. We were like, not fully formed in our identities. You know, we were like wet clay when we met and it wasn't full on from the age of 19 there was kind of a courtship and there was some breakups and stuff. But there were a bunch of moments that felt like these StarCraft moments like, oh my God, this is my person. You know? And almost like a scary, terrifying feeling because you see your mortality connected to it. It contains everything. This idea of the love at first sight, it's like youthful, infatuation and beauty, and then also, you know, you're gonna die with this person. You see the whole thing and it contains all of it. And so there's a way in which it's almost like it's tragic even if it's not or if you are to see or Romeo and Juliet. It's like even if you're married for 75 years and then you die in each other's arms, it's still like a tragedy at some level, right? Wow, the span. I think that's pretty amazing. You hold the paradigm that is pretty massive. The idea at 19 to be able to be with someone, that kind of love. And the love now, are you in your late late 30s, like around? I just turned 40. Look at that like that. 20 Hispanic, that's incredible. To be able to see the end and to not let it derail the now. To see it as tragic to see it as beautiful to see it as never ending. I mean, no wonder you love the Greeks, really. I woke up this morning thinking about Orpheus and eurydice because the last thing this person that he was my best friend and I loved him very, very, very much we were together for a long time and then it ended horribly. The most helpful thing he ever said to me was don't look back. And I've always linked it to Orpheus and eurydice. I've always linked it to that moment of just don't look back. Just don't. I know what happens if you do. You know what happens if you do just don't do it. I think about those gifts that you get from people that have hurt you. And I wondered if he got it from Orpheus. Yeah, he loved the Greeks, too, so. And I don't look back for you. Was it to not doubt yourself? Was it the idea of don't look down almost? It was literally coming back to that eckhart early idea of. It is a complete illusion to look back to look back and feel that that is going to have really any relevance. And I know that sort of a bold statement. But the now this moment to trust this now to trust that all of the ideas that you think if I look back I will get this. If I look back and I pick over the bones of this thing, if I look back because I'm frightened, it will somehow make my now better and that that is a fallacy. It's such an extraordinary gift that he gave me because I think it often, particularly when I start being frightened about historical stuff that I'm worried is going to play out again in this now. I shriek it at myself sometimes. This morning, I was shrieking it. Orpheus like, just don't just don't look. I just keep walking. Just keep walking and it's going to be fine. Like trust. You can't hear anything you can't see anything you don't know anything. Trust this very moment. And you will be all right. Oh man. Yeah. A cosmic thing that kind of happened with our Orpheus and you were to see. I think I'm allowed to it's quite public at this point, but our actors that play Orpheus in here to see totally fell in love, you know? Did they really? That's amazing. Yeah, and I thought, uh oh, you know, when I saw that that was happening, I was like, I hope they can keep it together. It's not going to be easy, you know. 6 months down the line, if there's a breakup and they're trying to play these lovers and they're still together, they made it through the pandemic. They're like, got a dog. It's beautiful. And they're so beautiful together. It's crazy because it's a story that the people know how it ends, but they still aghast, like when he turns around, it's like, how did this happen? That's exactly it. We want to change the ending of the story. Maybe seeing the repetition of that over and over again, it's like you can't change that story, but you can take the piece that you're shrieking about, and you can bring it into your life and go. I know how that works out. Yeah, yeah. And there's also something about like you're saying that this ex of yours gave you this piece of wisdom that you have carried on in your life and that there's a way in which he lights someone's candle with your candle and then or there's cigarette with your cigarette and you keep a flame going and that's kind of I think in the Orpheus story, at least the way it plays out with hadestown is like, well okay, we still celebrate Orpheus because he kept the flame and now it's someone else's turn. Got that such a beautiful image. Like the relay of love. Yes. And we judge the tragic part of it, the part of it not working out, but actually, as you just said like in your own life, it's part of the whole. The tragedy is always their present in the joy and the wonder. It doesn't diminish or take away. Orpheus seeing you were to see in the forest or wherever it was that he saw her and falling madly in love and the very short time that they had to love each other or the short time that I had to love this man. It's not diminished by how it ended up in a way. But it's hard to hold that in your heart that all these things can be true. Poor humans. But even so many tools that we just don't use. If you love to be remembered as the person who gives the best birthday gifts, I'm here to tell you that one 800 flowers dot com is your ultimate birthday gifting destination. One 800 flowers has thoughtful and artfully created options that are guaranteed to deliver the best birthday surprise. 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"mitchell " Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver
"Did I create a person? And she gets a lot of good ideas when she's napping. And she'll take these little naps where she's very good at falling asleep in the middle of the day. You know, anywhere just kind of like go in and back room and lay on the floor and can make herself fall asleep. And the way that she does it is she kind of she lays down and then she says, she phrased the mind by thinking about like three or four things at once. Like three or four things that she's interested in she put her mind on him at once. And that kind of is like enough to knock her out. I love that she fries her own circuit board. Yeah, exactly. Exactly. And somehow the frying of the circuit board then leads to these great ideas that happened in the nap state. In the nap space. Well, that's also her book now. It's called knapsack. I'm Colleen witt. Join me the host of eating wall broke podcast. While I eat a meal created by self made entrepreneurs, influencers and celebrities over a meal they once ate when they were broke. Today I have the lovely AJ crimson, the official princess of Compton, Asia. Kidding and Asia. This is the professor. We're here on eating while broke and today I'm gonna break down my meal that got me through a time when I was broke. Listen to eating wall broke on the iHeartRadio app on Apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. What grows in the forest? Trees? Sure. No one else grows in the forest. Our imagination, our sense of wonder, and our family bonds grow too, because when we disconnect from this and connect with this, we reconnect with each other. The forest is closer than you think, find a forest near you and start exploring, I discover the forest dot org brought to you by the United States forest service and the ad council. What grows in the forest? Trees? Sure. No one else grows in the forest, our imagination, our sense of wonder, and our family bonds grow too, because when we disconnect from this and connect with this, we reconnect with each other. The forest is closer than you think, find a forest near you and start exploring and discover the forest dot org brought to you by the United States forest service and the ad council. What quality do you like least about yourself? I am definitely someone who over thinks and second guesses a lot. And I think just insecurity that I feel like I've lived with my whole life and I keep expecting it to go away. You know, as I get older, I'm like, when am I gonna give can I swear on this show or no swearing? Yeah, you can swear, absolutely. I give you full permission. Like not give no fucks anymore. If there are fewer thoughts. I haven't arrived there yet. I care too much sometimes. Did I say something awkward? Is this song, you know, as good as it could be? Do I look bad? You know, things like that. It's exhausting. Do you find that the achievements? So as you're standing there with the hardware of a Tony. What multiple tonys in your hands? Did you ever consciously allow that to mitigate that other voice? Like, do you ever think back to your achievements and help them soothe those moments of insecurity? I think no. The one thing I will say, I feel a little bit more confident about now is that I've written enough songs that I know that at the moment when I'm like, I don't know how to write a song. There's no way I'm gonna finish the song. I kind of can look back and be like, well, you did finish all this other songs. So probably it's gonna happen, you know? That feels a little more sure for me. But in terms of like, I'm meeting somebody at a party, and I'm like, I want to tell me it doesn't cost my mind, you know? I want to tell you, I want to turn it on, Tony. Taking like a power stance in the women's room. We certainly allow ourselves to be haunted by the shitty things that happen to us. Oh, yeah. Why don't we allow ourselves to be beautifully haunted by those things that we've achieved? I wonder why we don't do that more. They're there. They're available energy and actually fundamentally tangible. You did these things. I do that sometimes with my son. I look at Henry when things are not working out and go. I made a person. I made a person who is so funny and talented and kind and good and give myself some sort of credit for that. Yeah, kids do kind of change the equation a little bit. Because it's like, your relationship with them has nothing to do with what your creative accomplishments or you know. It's kind of like there's a foundation of family love that is going to be there. However, awkward, you are at a party. It's going to be there. Yeah, exactly. How old is your son? He just turned 13. Oh, amazing. Wow. It is completely bananas because it's the same. It's the same feeling as when they were one and a half or when they were 6 months old. I'm 7000 miles away from my son right now and it's brutal. Yeah. Even though I know he's totally fine and happy and doing his thing, it's just I don't think that ever goes away. That feeling of I need to be in close proximity. Yeah, I wonder what it's like for my parents now, you know? Like, an adult life, if you still have those feelings or not. It's funny. I think they do. I just think that there's more space in between because the letting go, which is what nobody ever tells you about about parenting, the very first thing, literally, physically that you do with your child is let go. Right. Everything is more letting go. And I think as you get older, I was very close with my mother, but I watched how she would foster those spaces in between because she knew that we had to go and do our thing. But I know now that it was active and conscious and probably quite painful. Right. I know it's brutal actually. I mean, it's beautiful. It's beautiful and brutal. Parenting. Because I would literally, I would have Henry carry me around in his book bag. Like, if possible, I'd just like get inside. I'll sit here through double chemistry with you. Yeah, yeah. I just wanna try it..
"mitchell " Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Yeah, and by the way, I want to make people not to get into a whole other SEC story here. But you basically just basically just stood down at a dorm and the women participated. It wasn't anything other than just showing up and being a bystander. There was no mischief that's involved. And in my case, I'm sure there was any drinking, although there probably could have been. Fritz, this is nothing ever happened at those panties. You went there. And it was night. Nighttime and it was usually dark. So you went there and the fun of it was just the invasion itself. Once you got there, it was nothing. But it was the same, you know, it's like kids who go out and back in the 50s and went up on a train trestle and watched trains go underneath. First, I'm going to be very upset if the next SEC story and you have pictures of me at the university of Tennessee. I'm going to be extremely upset. My career will be over. I didn't even remember until you brought that up. I apologize for getting off the subject, but this film will be on immediately following us. It's always great to talk to you again. You did such an extraordinary job a couple of years ago during salaries in the south. And I trust this is equal to that. Be well and come back soon. Thanks so much for having me. Really appreciate it. You got it. Richard Mitchell. In my life, I never thought we would get off a man tried for murder in 1987, and then go back even further in the history book to delve into panty raids on SEC campuses. That does not happen anymore, thank goodness..
"mitchell " Discussed on Can Do MS Podcast
"He has legacy continues to life fast forward. We'll also talk about hindu bumps and how you can get involved and inspire others. Thanks for tuning in so mitchell. Thanks for joining us so so much for having me. I'm really excited to be here. Why don't we start getting to know you a little better. What was your life like before your ms diagnosis. So before my ms diagnosis. Which happened very early in life. I was actually diagnosed when i was twenty years old. I had a pretty normal upbringing. I thought i was going to graduate. High school go to college graduate school. Get a job and just live my life on. That all changed when i was diagnosed with ms. I had a ranch thrown into my life. That i didn't really know how to deal. And i'm not going to say change before the better at first but it did. Your mom actually recorded a podcast. That can back in august twenty twenty. She talked about kind of how she realized. Something was going on. What you were no longer comfortable driving. So you feel k talking about that and what kind of led to your diagnosis with ms sherve. When i was twenty years old. I almost got into a car accident because a car bitterly came out of nowhere and when i got back to my home at the time i told myself that i was just not comfortable driving and it was at that moment that we really started to realize something was wrong. i had been symptomatic for years before it. Actually got my diagnosis of. We just didn't know that it was all caused by him. So i went from having near perfect vision to being legally blind in about three months. So you can imagine how much that really changed by out looking. Change my life absolutely and you're twenty at the time he said yes. I was twenty years old. When i was diagnosed with ms. But they think. I had been symptomatic for years before i was diagnosed. And you also mentioned about how can can do. Ms really helped.
"mitchell " Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
"My first episode features adrienne mitchell who is to co-creator and director of her series. I've been talking about for a while called bellevue. The series takes place in that location. A small town with a past crime that haunts the present and one police officer in anti writer played by anna pack win. Here is my complete interview with adrienne. Mitchell i i said it's a great series and i love puzzles and i love mysteries. And this one is a doozy. Oh yeah so. Hey can back you and jane day mags your you know your your co-creator Yet wouldn't you. Do i if you kind of math out everything beforehand and then kind of layered all the different. Twist and turn yeah. We had a writer's room we Did that we had an order of eight episodes when you were. We wanted to end with that Arch with the riddles. Were really difficult to do. They were like the most. I think challenging do anything the they were being created from the perspective of particular character who also had a very somewhat unusual story two tower and through drew realizing the answers to the riddles is sort of live something that character experience. And and so that was really challenging to do to come to work to work on that but it was really exciting and it does all track talking about camping was already attached or did you approach no so what happened was the we got it order in. May it was kind of amazing timing thing i think and is hot time at that point and was telling her agents that she was looking for a really unusual realized crime theories you know she loved the crime fiction and always wanted to play cough a detective so where was his timing thing and i did have a relationship with me i do that of your e and an agent demayo read read the script i love them And the off to anna's ages and she's apples or more like i think we sent her first pilot then she wanted to or and then she wanted anything else..
"mitchell " Discussed on How Did This Get Played?
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"mitchell " Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"The best but people are word like snow. You know what i mean like. Snowballs depends on the hill. You're throwing show fun snowball fight or is there a machine gun that they're loading snowballs right. Is this an issue. You look back on with dread for your entire life snowball fight. Oh no where could. Where do people go to hear your music other than your soundcloud spotify. Okay look everything up on spotify. I found this awesome service. Because i when i started putting music out. I'm like how do you do it. you know. And there's destroy kid there's a service called district you know of it I love okay. Yeah twenty bucks and you can put out all your shit as much as you want and if you wanna do a cover song. It's twelve bucks a year. Okay really can do that. Yeah so. I did a a couple of covers but mostly original so spotify. Everything's on bobby mitchell on spotify and Yeah and the soundcloud right cool. Yeah i think you're a two songs you want you win with him to said that you requested to songs requested florida man and freak show freak show which have the two most aggressive guitar. Solos like fuck keith. He's just like come on. Bob on i two that sometimes like somebody makes a song in the studio and then like fuck i gotta do it live like the true do musicians ever dumb it down like they want the sun to be better but they wanna be able to play it live. I don't know. I don't i do my best and then i have to rehearse the shit after the fact you know there's competition and then there's performance and just like you know you gotta you gotta fuck and get shit tight before you throw it out there. So yeah there are notes that if you if you warm up you can hit like the super high notes right but then you gotta do that live so right. You'd better get to rest the night before. That's right away. If you ever want like just you know play little ditty. We meet every wednesday night with keith. And the girl people on chat keith. And the girl dot com slash chat eight. Pm people joined at eight thirty. We play poker but people have played their music there. They showed us their art. And we're really just hanging out so if anyone wants to come you could leave your camera off or turn it on. But it's like a fun easy going party that's cool. I wrote it down here. Chat and where is it. What time and what day eight. Pm eastern everyone's day you have it on your wall calendar. Good the one thing. I had to tell you about florida. Man that's solo. I didn't play that so low. That's my friend. Jamie g is guitar playing wizard that i know. Well learn it if i that would be. I aspire to learn that guitar solo. Yes but but freak show was me. I just gotta get it tight. You know outstanding. Well you can. You can hear the song and we'll have Will hopefully convince bobby to play for a soon sure again. Yeah you look great you sound happy congrats on your relationship. Thank you nine. Years is no fucking joke. And that's it dude. I cheer me off. I miss you guys missy till hope to see you. This is awesome. I'm so happy. I was waiting for this. This is so fun. And i've been reconnecting with coming out of depression. That's another thing you do. All of a sudden you've been hiding and like you've been disappeared for a long time and then you start like realizing holy shit. I have a life. I have friends that i cherish. You know what i mean and so you start reaching out and it's almost like having a bunch of reunions just like this. It just feels you know. It feels great so this was a great plan yet. Go off the grid every five years. Like exactly of course with with keith mcgraw. Vip here all the shows. That's bobby was on. You have access to every show we've ever done all the way back in two thousand five all right and also with vip. Get your get your free tickets for silent trailers etc etc..
"mitchell " Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles
"He came back different different blue voice. I'm that was doing like picking people apart. You know you seem that was. I think that was the heisman you like. That was the you were here up and down the field jumping over people doing all these different things. He had campus like louisville's usually all basketball teams like bashful schools on us and he was bigger than us like he was. He was that guy. I will say something about lamar like people consistently talked trash about him and all that and talk say he's not this he's not that couldn't be more humble. Couldn't be more well rounded. You know what i mean like. you wouldn't know. He's lamar jackson conversation. I think it's pretty dope. Because the amount of stuff that was thrown his way that he had navigate as a college student. I can only imagine you know what i'm saying. Like he handled it. Well still handled it will and prostate. Michelle delta lamar. So when you knew. They're like yeah man. It's time for me to go. See what i can do. There is none else in college. That i can do. I wanna know. Go to the next level. Honestly i left to go to work out in la Pay for everything. Because i didn't know. If i wanted to relieve enough i was gonna be good enough to make it and then i worked out and see and paul george two separate conversations Cps brother cj so three separate conversations. I've my agent enough. He has shout. Cj to maybe not great cj. The trainer at the time. Who worked for the agency was telling me i was good enough. And you know we're going up those aged tournaments everybody's so you agents only want your money day looking at what's best for you so at the time. I told my agent this all the time like he was like you re a first round. pick I listen roll like i'll have this do like i don't know if he telling me the truth or not. So then. i had a conversation with those three About two weeks into my trip. And i was like she would stay saying not gonna lie. You know what i mean like. They clearly they must see some and from that point on called the coach that looked. This is what i'm about to Somebody go ahead make that and continue. I did like fourteen. Fifteen different workouts. That's how it came about us. Like maybe massey. The model he was special. He was tied three. He has steak dinners Down ahead nice. Little big man. While i was flying around the country having eighteen nineteen from workout trying to figure it out a lot of ads in workouts with our telling the we can still play against each other so the boys was getting it. i ever now then workouts. That's a grueling process. Man avenue around fourteen fourteen fifteen eighteen. Use it right like in a month a month to month like a couple of weeks for your future to like it ain't like you future light you know saying that's a tough process for show. How was it when you got to hear your name get called and you got to walk across the stage and shake. The man's hand it was. It was crazy. I mean like you say dream that moment you get up there and you hit your name called got my family got some families up in a suite up in the barclays. So i'm back home. Ill my friends and family in the crowd like all that up meaner and right after. I didn't even think to be in the green room until a week before they only invite the top eighteen seventeen people in their in like all right. You've seen the people that some people that kind of staying there until the second round. I was that man. Go in to start the day. I thought i was going to be going to the hornets. Lags i was like she right. I'm going eleven going charlotte wearing jordan. Like that's what i was thinking like. I'm thinking everything has to be like. I just the plan it be in charlotte. It's a two hour flight from the crib. Mom dad this will be going to do this. We get there and then they pick no league mom so now i'm stuck. I'm like ooh like. I might be going to detroit. I didn't miss they They pick I didn't work out for denver. But i had no a trade on. Also they picked me. I was happy. But i was like name i. I'm trying to think of all the guards they have got mall. They got gary harris they got leaked beasley to got this five guards and then you got me as i'm walking down. I think it was maria taylor. She was like you've got traded. And you see. I don't know if you if you ever see the video like i'm smiling like a little extra because i'm like man like i wanted to go utah. It was great to me like there was cruel like i love the city. The people were great so that man. I'm happy to go there and Home how was it for you when you you went utah. Look at the roster you see going hayward was been the best player like how was it for you going like leave lay and now you as you earn like is on here and they had these low expectations but they believe in you ride you store rockall right when gordon. I didn't know how that would impact. I looked at myself as like a guard. And you know there were still people in front of me. Had signed to gordon left. We had signed ricky rubio. We have rodney hood right Joe johnson was there so they still have some pieces from the team that had just zero played in the second round the before. So mike tramp. Finding me cracked rotation negate lagging six rebounds eight points. That's the goal. Let me try and finally that. That was my thought presses. Get to the first half of the season. Our first few months of the season two months. I think and then by november. I give huge credit to coach quin man for believe in me and kind of putting the ball in my hands on a team that just making on yeah kind of searching yearly know what we were going to be whether gonna make the playoffs..
"mitchell " Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles
"And then from that point on right to him on like was on. After that. you know we've we've back and forth about the the continuing but man. He was the first one. And i was like i had the forty one so i came in the second game. Four same is different when you kind of unexpected here by going onto the screens and then next game they listen you. They not helping as much like you know what i mean. So stuff is different and then on offense man it was like in mosul. The gang started definitely definitely yo-yo-you we live on location. Me and the black ones still hit schilling on new orleans. Staying safe hope doing the same. This time we got a young up and coming super duper was fine. The building with us man already been dunk contest. Champion right now. He got his name number one in the west and he's pursuing a championship. We got the young young superstar louisville by way of new york city. We get idle. Mitchell would've baby pre-stages official made.
"mitchell " Discussed on A Beautiful Mess Podcast
"Okay so i wanna talk a little bit about your tv show and also your new line for at home. So tell me a little bit about your tv show and the new christmas collection. My tv show on hgtv is called one of a kind and it's basically about what i do in real life which is taking people's memories and and experiences and putting it into their homes <hes>. You know i like to think about going beyond just making him pretty room and really making it personal and unique to them to where they really feel like their home and so i've done two seasons of that that have already aired and you can watch it on. Hdtv dot com or amazon. Or you know whatever you watch television in four at home so a really you know awesome adventure in my life has been working with at home on product line and <hes>. Which includes christmas a really beautiful christmas collection that. I'm really proud of actually. Just put up christmas lights yesterday. The earliest. I've ever decorated christmas. Ever normally you know when. I'm pulling christmas out for one thing. My christmas stuff is not well organized right now but i am changing not in twenty twenty days yes but a kind of dread it like pulling it out in the boxes. They're all broken and blah blah blah. But this year. I am pumped. I think you know. I've seen a lot of this just looking at social media to people decorating really early because <hes>. We are just ready for the cheer and some magic like let's get some magic up in here. it's true so you're at home. Is lots of releases and chris. Mrs just one of them right. Yes so this. Is you know where the grace mitchell for whom collection is going to be around a long time in though. Yeah so we. We worked pretty pretty far ahead. And i just feel like each collection gets better and better just so excited about all of them in just the unique things that they bring to a store you can just walk into which is great. You know a lot of people online shop. And i do some of that too. But it's sort of like magazines and books. There's just nothing like getting a magazine and opening and feeling the pages looking to pictures and dog airing and tearing out you can't. It's it's it's different. It's just hard to get that feel online. And i feel like it's the same sort of with home decor to go in there and piece things together in my car and looking at all <hes>. I love you know when people send me videos and photos of them going in the store and looking at it and talking about what they like and and showing like with what they already have at home and how they're gonna pay for it and then with the holiday collection <hes>. I really love a sort of a vintage kind of heirloom like special christmas things. You know <hes>. I feel like a lot of christmas for a number of years of for us was like throw away. So yeah you get these begging by like the two hundred ornament <unk>. It breaks your kids. Terrel the top soften thrown away. So i love this like every item just feels really special and unique and personal. It's just like the weight of it even like some of the weights of the ornaments just feels good and like some of my favorite ornaments are some from <hes>. My husband's grandmother. Who i feel like it's my own <hes>. And you know. They're really old from those thirties and forties. And there's you know the details the hand painting and the magic of them. I really just tried to for that too now so that you feel like when you buy it at your find something really special like something that feels like it sort of have a has in memory attached to it in a way. Yes we'll be showing a lot of pictures of the collection in the show notes. And i'm heading over there right after we chat and i'm hoping to get some of the varied size would christmas trees. Yeah yeah the the light up christmas trees. Those are ready. So i actually as soon as soon as i see fresh garlan in the store i bought all different trees <hes>. You know an odd number. So i think i have eleven total for my mantle and i just so those yeah in there and it just feels really exciting to decorate for christmas this year. And i'm so proud of the collection. Because i feel like it's just so magical even when i showed my kids you know. I took my kids here. They were like oh. This is your special with really sweet. And it's been you know. A lot of the collection has sweet little like woodland animals <hes>. And each animal sorta corresponds to. You made me think of one of my children. So it's just you know kids like there are very specific things that i remember my childhood that my mom would bring out like we had this little box with the dancing santa and light up the kids love that stuff so some of the ornaments light up the trees light up. Some of the things twinkle. They've got like a snow globe with the music box. And those are the things that. I remember from my childhood at christmas so i wouldn't put those things in the collection. Also
"mitchell " Discussed on Welcome To The Music
"Started to live with you laugh and I said, well, it's a pretty dysfunctional bunch I should have. Cheryl fit right in. because. That's This little theory that really happy people those really positive people do not. I mean can you can write happy songs? You can be a happy person generally, you're a troubled person when when you start going deep into the songwriting thing. Though when you think about Joni Mitchell, she's she's you know she said relationship troubles are heartbroken stepped on and ripped up and tore up and you know all those people like okay. Fit Right in. But that's are fueled the songwriter fuel. So your first telephone call when this gets announced its from miles goodwin of April line actually no, I'm sorry it was an email he has my email at. All it said was, what's a guy gotta do? He should probably be going in there before I just I felt it back and said managed to get something before you just my life. It's interesting. You see that because I had jotted down in my notes you said, you said, you know exactly that troubled souls. Rights write songs. But a lot of a lot of the songs that I remember from the Summers of my child especially specifically summers you seem to have those those emphatic songs that are perfect in at the C. N. E. Grandstand. Playing them live outside by the lake that that's the sort of. Setting that that I remember Kim Mitchell music being played at. Thirteen egret standard that with without venom with genesis? I don't remember with. Our. Ourself to but yeah, I mean whether's it's a place like the or even what's that place at? Wonderland these to have concerts. There are Canada's Wonderland. Kings Music Theater. We were one of very few bands that had a platinum ticket award. There was an Maria. So somebody else had sold one hundred thousand seats over a few years. Also what how do you get? How does a troubled soul right? Hardy songs. While they. Always been the songs Rhody then They they. I'm not sure. Where that all starts? That's the most difficult question I get asked any an right right of you totally right to say how how does a troubled soul right party tunes well. Maybe. There's other wacky stuff to there's there's beyond the moon's in Toronto tacos. There's there's there's odd Mash Moon in Hawaii and there's all we are, which is a hurting to song in There's. Know but there are those party tunes and that's because of the atmosphere. That I grew up in Canada. Owed spend time at resorts. I as a kid Grand Ben Beach Pavilions Summertime Woohoo in the winter. We're all sick with the flu. So so we're Kinda I'm pretty much rolled up in the house, but but in the summer say, yeah, and grew up in. Alcohol on a boat and that kind of stuff. So. I think that's where it comes from. And I'm not going to say I'm a total troubled soul but yeah, I've had my I've had my. My stuff I've been through and I. Think. the the stuff comes to me like the song wishes are on all of it actually I look at. All, this stuff is floating around in the universe up there ended picks whoever to be the conduit to to bring it to life. And and You have to be open for that I'm just I just serve Asaf I'm just gonNA serve the Song I'll try to do my best to bring to life is kind of that's how I see it I don't ever look like we'll it came up with this car and then I came up with that part and it's like no that Song told me no, let's not that's not right. Yeah. More like that more like that. Okay. Yeah that's it. You got it. Yeah. I've I've. I've read and heard Neil young talk about. His music in the same way. That that it comes to him and. And and the and the once it's written almost the same. So once it's written, it's written. And usually a songwriter hall of fame. So. There you go. Another another troubled soul kindred spirits. Yeah Let's go back to Sarnia for Kim if if you don't midas. What's What's your inspiration? Who when was the first time you picked up a guitar was was mum dad play older brother like how did that will begin? Okay. I'll do it that quick by my family was not very musical although my mom I learned later in life that she was in a group with her sister and her brother. Vocal group never called to bees and honey. and so that's the only music I know of in Sarnia. I remember sitting on my father's lap at a very young age. I'M GONNA call it somewhere around five to seven years old. Sitting on his lap watching Elvis Presley on the Joe after that I was obsessed. With, the guitar like all I kept saying I WANNA Guitar I WanNa Guitar One Guitar said Tar and completely kind of withdrew from going outside playing tag and and kick the can and wanted to hang outside with friends. Re I, go out once a law of course but. I. Said just sit in play to think and. Obviously, not playing it. You don't even know how tune guitar at that point you just it's just remember when I think back. It was rock and roll. The pulse rock and roll and Qatar it wasn't the scream I don't remember. People screaming at all I. Don't I just remember hearing that. There's some kind of group going on guitar and the fact that he played it so low..
"mitchell " Discussed on Welcome To The Music
"I have been watching so many. Max Webster and Kim Mitchell videos. For more on this one than any other guest we've had really. Wise on. Just to remember all the music The funny thing is. I used to see. Okay. So there's the. Old P P hot wearing. Kim Mitchell. With like the. Beach t shirt and the shorts. and. Then there's the SPANDEX. Wearing. No Ball Cap. Kim Mitchell from Max Webster. And I used to see Max Webster. albums. In the store. And in my head, go that looks a lot like Kim Mitchell. Can't be Mitchell because not persons dressed. So, different. Than what I'm used to. And so. It never I don't know what it dawned on me. But I never connected to it. So hence, I, never. Went down. Any Max Webster. Rabbit holes. And then I'm listening literally the music. This past weekend I go I know this is Q. One, oh seven music. Yeah is like this is awesome. I said. This is unbelievable. And then interesting. Why did I not? Think that that was Mitchell every time I'd see the albums. I think in my head that can't be kimmage. High. The following podcast is brought to you by radical road brewery. The best craft beer in the heart of Leslie, Bill Find Him at eleven seventy seven queen. Street. East that's radical road brewery. Either I'm Kim Mitchell and welcome to the music. Let's begin. Welcome. Welcome. Welcome. Thanks. It's great to have you on your sir. I. Wanted to start off with a little bit of a story I, don't know if it's a story growing up as a kid in. Whitby Yeah. I remember my earliest concert memory I'll say earliest memory although it was a missed concert memory or or never happened. I remember I was always jealous of. The kids I think it was in seventy nine and you guys played Max Webster Iroquois Arena. In whitby and you know I think of a million vacations in battle scars and high class and like I think of how how big a how much it played a big part of my Pre teen and early teen years and I just wanted to I as a musician. I just wanted to thank you to kick it off by thanking you for you know. Inspiring. So many young kids just like think, Hey, I can do that too. So just wanted to thank you for that and off Oh that's that's a nice compliment. It's quite a quite humble England People. Come up to me and have a memory lake got My Drummer pointed a drummer I've tech as you know drummers we in our career as we go through drummers. Hold. The bar high, and then you all a bit higher you no. But the one driver. Was a great drummer actually, and he said, you know it. What happens to you every time someone comes up to you and I know he goes everybody has a maximum story or Kim Mitchell story and I said you're right and I said it's it means so much to me to hear little stories like that that you were a small piece of someone the fabric, the musical fabric of someone's life. So thanks a lot for that. No thank you appreciate. As. I wanted to actually the first question I wanted to ask you is. A couple of years ago you had a little bit of a health scare. And I wanted to ask you how your health is these days. It's good. It's four years ago now. I think. So yeah, three or four years ago I'm doing. Okay. That's what doctors say so. I'm going to believe him for now. Never? Know. That was Yeah. You'd never know it was a it was a heart attack and it was a pretty major one even though it was just left edgier descending nicknamed the widowmaker because many people not many people get through it. So there was one funny moment though and then we can move on from in the funny moment was your your outside the operating room and there's a group of doctors and nurses in the ambulance attendants and They're all. Yelling numbers and your status and all that stuff, and then they hold a piece of paper in front without clipboard and they go sign to. Basically says we'll do we'll do anything. And signing I went just let me die as I'm signing it and from the background. The Guy. WHO's now my cardiologist in a very thick Scottish accent which I'm terrible at Eagles. Well, that's the idea. Isn't it? I started to laugh off. You early, disgusting pain. Let's see idea we're going to doorbusters I think. That's why you're here for right. That is crazy. That's that's the weird thing that they do I've had I've been seeing the opportunity by. A number of years ago I had liver surgery. Okay and they had to remove sixty percent of my liver out. And I remember doing the same thing. I'm you're you're on the bed. And they put the clipboard he's just say just sign here. In case, we mess up your. Your Family Care Morris exactly and and if there's something more we need to do. This gives us. Yeah. We're going to do what we. Absolutely Now are you familiar I'm great. Thank you so much kirk well, like you said, the Doctor Sam okay. I remember going in maybe six months later or a year later. And my wife was with me and she asked. The. Apparently liver grows back. So I think my wife had asked a question is delivered grown back. And the doctor said, yeah, it should. It should go really. Fine. I'm glad I'm glad everything worked out for you and and also a bladed happy birthday. I guess. Just thank you. I cancelled it because a coded so I Birthday but you release an album. What's okay so so I am releasing him. Thirty nine for decades you. You look at. Thanks man. What's what prompted you to release? Avoid? You've released wishes great song by the way. Thank you very much well, being well received actually this week I got word that on all your diem ds whatever those things are called categories on all the categories it was number one this week on these ask. Why Back to the bottom of the barrel next week. We'll go. We'll go to Walmart Waking Up. Enjoy your moment. I you said this Kim you said this on a couple of interviews. About Actually, oh I, it's not just about wishes but you've said it in regards to other songs as well. That once you're done with it. You feel like going to the backyard and shooting in, and then that's it. helped. Me Understand the thought process. Okay. Okay. Okay. First of all buddy of Mine Ikuo writer that I work with and and we finished we finish the record and say, well, that's it. It's done it's mixed and mastered. Now what do you think we should do and he goes I guess we just take it back and shoot it because. Any we both laughed at it because you know that the thought process behind that as the journey for for myself and whoever I work with writing and recording is the writing and the recording of it once that's done. I have no control or anything it whether people like it whether anyone here it but there's I mean, you can only hope that whoever he does here we'll like but you can't control any of that. So why why Lou sleep why? Fred about all that? For us, the journey was making it and that was a beautiful experience even though. Many times writing records every Friday I quit the business for some reason I I he get writing and writing, and the week goes on and things are going like this because that's what happens when you're writing and recording and then try to it's also exhausting. He says, I have emails from you one of my co writers I have emails from you almost every Friday you quit the business for three months. Said I'm done. Monday it's like okay. So let's get. Let's get back to work here. So. That's what but thought processes and when you talk about, you know Monday through Friday. How is that? Is that how you work say now because you probably have the luxury of working my way now verses in the early days I mean no I know for me it was you know midnight to six am sessions. So is that like is that I prefer to work now in your midnight to six. Am All. Is that because of the prices studio time it was. Really see my twenty. Well..
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"Husky I'll tell you what sometimes get just some amazing guests on the show, and you know without your support and your fate that I have been receiving. It just wouldn't be as special as it is without you on very humbled to be your host, so thank you very much for joining us on the show today now today I'm on the line with Jared Mitchell now. If you don't know who jared Mitchell is, let me just start by saying that he is the senior ECOMMERCE commerce analyst for Neil Patel not only. Is He the analyst? He's also a personal friend of. Of News and he's going to be sharing a a little bit about his guess. Loss journey with his wonderful wife Alana, and how they built a massive business by with a number of different organizations that they have created successfully. They've been involved with an working with the likes of buzzfeed's CBS modern cosmopolitan hallmark install, and the list goes on and on so with all of that being, said Jarrett welcome to the show. Gosh thanks so much. That's the best intro I've ever ever gotten. It's good to be here. Now Look I. Am truly humbled to have you on the show because you know this is so important for the my future business audience to take away value to learn a little bit more about you and you wonderful wife Alana now. Alana's not going to be on the call with us today. However, we are going to speak to some of her organizations, but. I'd love to start out with how you Alana, because it's a very interesting that I noticed on your website something to do with sell it. That's true. Yeah, he's on the line to be laughing right now. We met in college. We are college sweethearts. We celebrated sixteen years of marriage a few days ago and We met when we are in the cafeteria and she spilled salad on my lap and that's basically. Hey. I don't think it was intentional. Certainly meant to be you know. We went on our first date, and we both said balanced kind of a weird day, and we couldn't really put it into words, but we're definitely soulmate. That's like it. From moment one you know like hanging out with someone known your whole life. It's really cool to what I like to When we jumped into the show's learn more about that sought of and you know for me, it's important to give context to the my future business audience in terms of I guess..