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Fresh "Montgomery" from Con Salsa
"Palmieri, his orchestra The laid back in China on vocals. At that moment, I welcome the listeners to the first airing of consistent. This song has served as a theme song for Puerto Rico. I'm sorry for concerts there in the past 46 years. And I remember I lived in the South Bend on Montgomery Street, and he went around the corner to the term on street to a record store. That's no longer there. Be things record shop back in 1973. About the album. In the moment I heard the song, Puerto Rico. I fell in love with it and thought that if ever, I had the chance to do a rate of program it would be European song for my show, And here we are 46 years later. Enjoying that song every single time that I shared with you. And at the time I want to produce a purpose and mission women program in a bilingual format that would create community and lightning empower my listeners while celebrating our rich cultural heritage. At the same time, serving as a change agent 46 years of the very best in Apple music. And, of course, a lot has happened since the very first program that air from 8 30 to 10 30. There was a period of time in matter of fact, in the seventies. The program aired on Saturday nights from 8 to 2, A.m..
Lessons From Plants
"Dr montgomery welcome. Thank you so much. It's a pleasure to be here now. You say that now. Dr montgomery could you tell us real quick who you are in which you do. Yes so amber rhonda montgomery. I'm currently a faculty member at michigan state university. But i've been a writer since i was about four or five if we listened to my mother. I'm a michigan state. I'm a professor of biochemistry molecular biology. Microbiology molecular genetics. All photosynthetic organisms plants and some bacteria and try to understand how they know what's going on around them and translate that to good behavior productivity so was one biology. Not enough for you. You had to do like six of them now. I think i must be a good colleague. Because it's i call it the share baronne to plan. I keep getting jointly appointed in multiple departments. So either i'm a pain in the neck and they were all wanna to keep an eye on me or both. I'm sure it's good colleague. But it's just like boy. Sometimes i feel like i have two jobs you've got yes that's awesome. Well we really appreciate you joining us. we're going to dig into this thing. Find out more about you why you do what you do how you do what you do. What we can learn from it and then sort of our bread and butter is as we like to say Action steps that folks can take to to support you to do the right thing. We tried to in a world where everybody is very busy. There's a thousand literally and figuratively fires everywhere and people are being pulled in a million directions. We tried to give them really specific action steps. They can take to to make themselves feel better but also to you know build a better world for for everybody trying at some folks so we'll get in there But we do like to start with one. Important question Dr montgomery to set the tone for this wild ride Instead of saying tell us your entire life story. I like to ask brandon wire you vital to the survival of the species. You know i. I like to believe. On vital to the species because one of my guiding principles reciprocity. And so. I try to be the best. I can be as an individual. But i recognize that. I'm self as an individual but self community. So i really do try to also contribute to community and see how i can really help in whatever community that is my family of origin. Personal professional always striving for my best personal self but also to contribute back to the community that man
Yanks Turn Triple Play, Edge White Sox 2-1 Behind Torres
"Gleyber Torres hit a solo Homer and provided a walk off single in the ninth to give the Yankees a two one win over the white Sox the game winning hit came moments after New York pulled off a five four three triple play that type of play are we coming to their tool to the home to heed and and I know all day until this evening is is was however for for for so I mean he's he's amazing masing masing game tonight white Sox lefty Carlos for a Donna counterpart Jordan Montgomery combined for twenty four strikeouts stats says it was the first game since nineteen hundred in which both starters had at least ten punch outs while permitting no walks or runs I'm Dave Ferrie
Fugitive Wanted in Fatal Shooting of Yale Student Arrested
"Marshals Gulf Coast Fugitive Task force in Montgomery police arresting Chin Chuan Pon, who was the subject of an international arrest warrant and wanted in the murder in February of 26 year old grand student, Kevin Jang, who was shot multiple times in New Haven, Connecticut, where police have not disclosed a motive in the shootings. Palm and China born U. S Citizen is also accused of stealing an SUV from a dealership in Massachusetts. The day of the killing.
Margot, Glasnow lift Rays over AL-worst Yankees 6-3
"The Tampa Bay rays beat the New York Yankees for the fourth time in five games this season sixty three at Yankee Stadium Tyler Glasnow continued a stellar early season pitching by holding your to just one run on two hits in five innings to raise his record to to in home man Walmart goes to run home in the fourth of young started loser Jordan Montgomery snapped a one one tie and give the rays a lead they never yielded Francisco Mejia's solo Homer in the second half given Tampa Bay its first run joy when the latter two run Homer in the seventh the Yankees have now lost four straight Tom Merriam the York
Heather McGhee explains how racism keeps everyone from having nice things
"Heather mcghee welcome to the podcast. So glad to be with you so your your book is called the some of us. What racism costs. Everyone and how we can prosper together. i'm going to admit right now. I'm not done with the book but a deep in the book and it is terrific in helping folks understand. Basically as the question starts why we can't have nice things and the key lime and see if i can find it here and all my in all my notes Comes in when you talk about Swimming pools which people have read reviews of your book or even your your op-ed in the new york times. The swimming pool is a metaphor for so much in this country. But there's a key line in in that chapter. That has stuck with me. As i've been reading the book and as i read about things in the papers today and you right warren and montgomery these are two towns in alabama warned in montgomery were just to of countless towns in every region of america. Not just the south where the fight over public. Pools revealed that for white americans. The word public did not mean of the people. It meant of the white people talk about phil flesh that out for us so this is really the question john. Has you know. I spent twenty years in public policy as a wonk trying to move economic policy solutions to insecurity and inequality trying to convince lawmakers to do the right thing in an economy where one percent of the population owns more wealth. The middle class where nearly half of adult workers are paid too little to make ends meet and and it just felt like i was hitting an iceberg. And i didn't know how deep it
Reagan National Airport northern Washington DC noise study to be released
"If you live near an airport, you know what it's like. You hear that noise constantly. Well, an online meeting this evening might shed some more light on what can be done to reduce noise near one of our area's airports. If you're concerned about airplane noise north of D. C. You may soon get some answers. Findings from a community questionnaire and newly proposed changes to flight patterns north of Reagan National Airport will be discussed for the first time outside of the committee test was studying the area. The aircraft Noise mitigation Study meeting starts at seven. It will be hosted by Montgomery County, Maryland. Council member Andrew Andrew Freed's Freed's in in and and Arlington Arlington County County Board Board member member Libby Libby Garvey. Garvey. Find Find more more information information on on how how to to Join Join and and listen listen to to the the discussion discussion at at w w t t o o p p dot dot
Washington DC Reagan National Airport noise study to be released
"The latest studies on airplane noise north of Reagan National Airport will be released during a virtual meeting tonight. It will be the first time that anyone outside of those tests was studying airplane noise north of the airport. We'll see newly proposed changes to the way that planes come and go. Montgomery County, Maryland. Council member Andrew Freed Sin and Arlington County Board member Libby Garvey are hosting the Reagan National Aircraft Noise Mitigation Study meeting. The results of a community questionnaire will be released, as well as the newly drafted national approaches that were developed based on studying that
Maryland mass vaccination site will open to walk-ups
"Today, one Walk up Mass vaccine clinic is now open in Maryland, the Eastern Shore, mass vaccination site and Salisbury will open a no appointment necessary walk up line for any Eligible Marylander. Our plan is to continue to add additional no appointment lines at other mass vaccination sites as well. And Maryland Governor Hogan announcing if you are eligible, you are a Marylander and you're 16 years old or older and you can pre register at the other states sites, including Montgomery County's Mass Vaccinations Night, which had a soft opening this week. And is expected to open in full power next week. Under state support.
Virginia governor easing coronavirus restrictions on sports in April
"Limits are increasing both inside and out. In Virginia governor Northern has ordered that starting today, certain sports and entertainment venues can increase the cap to 500 people inside. In 1000 people outside that's is approximately one in four Virginians get their covert 19 vaccine. Meanwhile, in Montgomery
Philadelphia's Suburban Battleground: Can The GOP Recover?
"Reliably voted Republican. But the suburbs have changed. And last November, Donald Trump lost them in a big way. Now, with the 2020 midterms in view, both parties are wondering what's going to happen when Trump is not on the ballot. NPR national political correspondent Don Gonyea reports from the vote rich Philadelphia suburbs. Leads drop in on Chester County, Pennsylvania, It's suburban Philadelphia but a place with its own identity. We have a huge agricultural community. We are the mushroom capital of the world. You could come here for a mushroom festival on New Year's Eve. It's quite fun Democrat Mary in Moscow It's his chair of the Chester County Board of Commissioners. And we have a lot of industry were very big in the bio Pharma life sciences community. We have new technology coming in. So ah, lot of great things happening here. Right Next door is Montgomery County, where lives create? Hey V chairs the local Republican party, she says she's watched these suburbs flip from red to blue some only in the past few years. But she says the shift began long before that, If you look at the trends, this has been happening for many, many years. I think it accelerated over the last couple of years. But when I moved into Montgomery County 21 years ago, it was already starting to change in 2016. Hillary Clinton beat Trump in these suburbs, but not by enough of a margin to make up for trump strength in the States rural areas. She lost Pennsylvania, but Joe Biden racked up huge margins in the Philly suburbs. It was key To his statewide victory. The suburbs are far more diverse than they were decades ago, and many suburban voters had an intense dislike of Donald Trump Republican create A V is hoping some of those more moderate voters come back to the GOP. Now that they don't have trump who people voted against because they didn't Like him as a person. He's gone now. And so people are actually looking at issues now and things that affect them on a day to day basis. The changing politics in the suburbs
Maryland police handcuff, berate 5-year-old boy
"Reaction pouring in after a police body camera video shows officers berating a five year old boy who they picked up and return to school in Maryland. A couple of Maryland police officers were caught in a very bad situation as the Montgomery County Police Department released body camera video showing two of its officers be rating of five year old boy who had walked away from his elementary school, calling him a little beast and threatening with a beating video shows. One of the officers repeatedly screaming that the crying child with her face inches from his. The boy's mother filed Lawsuit over the January 2020 incident, and The Washington Post reports that the police Department and the county's public school system declined to address the incident in detail, citing the mother's lawsuit
Video shows Maryland police handcuffing, berating 5-year-old boy
"Montgomery County Police have released the body cam video. It shows officers be raiding and handcuffing a five year old boy. A lot of people are pretty outraged about what's on that tape, Not only the handcuffing but the things the police said to that little boy and eventually his mother.
Britney Spears Requests Jodi Montgomery as Her Permanent Conservator
"Attorney filed Mission this week to have Jodi Montgomery officially replaced Britney's dad, Jamie Spears as the permanent conservator over her personal matters. The court documents were filed yesterday and will be reviewed in an upcoming April 27th hearing. And Montgomery, who is Britney's care manager, has been Britney's conservatives since 2019 when she replaced Jamie while he recuperated from health issues. And a judge extended Montgomery's temporary role until at least September of 2021. Don't
The Hitler Haggadah with Jonnie Schnytzer
"Joined today by johnny schnitzer to talk about the hitler. Haga a nineteen forty-three judeo arabic haggadah. Which tells the story of the holocaust the second world war and the allied landing in north africa through the passover seder. Johnny schnitzer is a phd candidate at bar. Ilan university with a focus on medieval kabbalah. His dissertation is focused on the fourteenth century. Kabul list rabbi. Joseph ben shallow ashkenazi and johnny is also preparing a critical edition of ashkenazis. Commentary on sefer itsy raw. Johnny also edited an english edition of the etc. Which we're going to be talking about today. The hitler etc is such a fascinating text in many ways even just the title is jarring. And you might think how can you use. Hitler's name in the title of this traditional jewish text and it draws you in to a tremendous piece of moroccan jewish history that reworked the traditional passover story to tell us about the experience of north african jews in the holocaust. I hope you enjoyed our conversation. Where we're going to dive into this text and think about how it can broaden our understanding of the holocaust to include the middle east and north africa in that story and also where we think through the important relationship between jewish roots and holidays with history and historical memory. Thanks for tuning in high johnny. Welcome to the podcast. Thanks so much for joining us to talk about your book that you added. Thank you for inviting me. Lovely to be here. Absolute think this is such a fascinating text. Can you maybe tell us a little bit about it in other words like what is it that makes this different from all other hug adults. I think there are sort of two bombs that this text drops upon any re- debt guest that sort of feast there is on the hit laga and the first one of course is the title and this is what got me interested in this from the outset and that is this sort of sporadic this who has the chutzpah to do this at taking a jewish texts calling it the hit laga. That's the sort of bomb number one. Because you're not even sure what this is about. Who wrote this. But you know one thing you know that the author who is anonymous and we'll touch upon them in a moment takes to keywords. That every juneau's today every jew does not need to google almost haggadah writer passover passover eve where we read the haggadah we all come and we eat together and he takes haggadah and he connects to the other. Keyword that we all know about for a very separate horrific connotation. That's hitler and he puts it together. The first bomb is who has the chutzpah to perpetrate a text. And give it the title. Hit laga taking one of the most sacred texts and connecting it to one of the biggest mom's area if you like in jewish history and then you open the text and you realize that author has done something absolutely fascinating he is done with. The sages have asked us to do generation after generation and that is to see ourselves as if we left egypt red. It's to reenact. Redemptions to reenact. God saving the jewish people taking us out. And what does he do. He takes the structure of the storytelling bit of the haggadah. Right on passover. Eve we have the ceremony we have the blessings and then we reached the mortgage section the mugged section to section where we meant to mcgee. We meant to tell the story. That's what is about right. We tell story we tell the story of redemption. This also explains why passovers become right. This trend of everyone bringing own hug dot. Everyone bringing their own stories. Because it's all about bringing together different pieces of the puzzle. Creating this beautifully rich mosaic. So he takes the traditional structure of the haggadah which tells us about how we were taken out of egypt and it tells us about these different characters. Rabbinic figures leaving two thousand years ago. The told us to do this and told us to do that. And he takes out the content and fills it with a new content whereby he tells the story of the holocaust of world war two of the allied victory of the ex pows over nazi germany. And hitler and mussolini's italy he tells us the story of his generation rights yossi who has something to tell us in the traditional said. There's something about how. How would you meant to do something. All of a sudden becomes the speech of the dictator iosif stalin when we told them the haggadah that i god and not an angel. Not anyone else is going to take you. The jewish people out of egypt suddenly becomes. I shall the goal. I not level not the right none of none of the other vichy high commanding general's. I shall the goal which already tells us right. This is what's fascinating in the hitler etc and this is the second bomb if the first bomb is the title. We still don't know what it's about. The second bomb is when you discover that this was written by an anonymous jew living in robots morocco probably towards the end of nineteen forty-three as a result possibly inspired by operation torch. The allied operation led by the us on the shores of casablanca and algiers. And everything changes all of a sudden this jew living in morocco. Who's lived under a regime whether anti jewish laws jews around him have lost their jobs. Jews around you can't get a jewish education you become by night a second-grade citizen and so out author. It almost seems as if he's taking a text which it's time to write it when we don't yet know the ending. He doesn't yet know about the horrific six million who are being murdered. He doesn't know about concentration camps in poland. But he knows he wants to do something horrific any also is living in a time where his life has changed for some years and as a result of the allied victory he suddenly possibly is inspired and sees. I get the exodus. The story i meant to be telling i meant to take the passover haggadah until the story that i see and that's how the allies beat the excess power. And how in fact you know retelling the story of exodus mine new-fangled version. I think that the text itself is amazing in the ways in which it on. The one hand utilizes the story of passover very explicitly very specifically in when he talks. About how hitler. Enslaved the jews but also like you mentioned the way in which some of the characteristic aspects of the traditional aspects are transfigured and transformed new. Whether we're talking about the parable of the four sons the for children or the different rabbis plagues. What are some of the really interesting things that are happening in this text that really are utilizing the passover story itself and also the the characteristic aspects of the passover seder that people who read attritional seder would be familiar with but they give it new meaning in this context. If we take right this this idea of the four sons four daughters any jewish figure that we look at it and we want to understand. What is it the sort of a heart of their teachings you know. One of the tricks is to see if they wrote a commentary on the haggadah. What do they do with these. Four boys of for doors. What do they symbolize. And in the case of the hit da it takes us back in time to a sort of moroccan viewpoint of the the north african campaign. And so who is the wise son now. You know it's going to be an allied power. But you're not sure that england or is it america and you'll told the the wise son is england right. The royal air force acts cleverly. He's clearly impressed he he is probably the razzie stance radio. He knows about the bombings. He knows about montgomery and then we move onto the russia. The russia we know can only be one person. That's clearly hitler. Hitler the evil one. He knows that he's a know he. He's torturing the jewish people and yet it's interesting that if you read through the at that we're not quite sure what's going on in europe right off a thinks that there is a concentration camp in berlin so we're not yet show what's going on in the world and our author doesn't yet. Nobody knows that he clearly is evil that he's plotting against the jews there wearing yellow badges which also is interesting. Because we're not sure. If he's referring to the yellow badges of jews in europe or the yellow badges of jews in certain places in north africa and then who is the tam. The time is interesting. Because tom can both mean in hebrew complete simpleton the thomas america and then shane no. You're dillashaw and who doesn't know how to ask questions. The classic version says the fourth son is the son who doesn't know how to ask questions. The newfangled version is and mussalini. Who isn't with the avowed woods and this is very interesting because when i was speaking to holocaust survivors. Oh you know this. Sort of all degeneration and i spoke to people from algeria from tunisia morocco across the board there was a nickname from cellini mar. He was the donkey he was the s. This resonates with this passage whims lead author decides to change it. And say it's not. He doesn't ask question it's that we don't even wanna talk about
Montgomery County Public Schools accelerates last phase of reopening by one week
"School students are going back to class sooner than expected, while others will go back a little later. Concerns over students and staff traveling during spring break and possibly bringing Cove it into the schools is why the board voted to delay from April 6th two April 8th the return of students in pre K and grades, 456 and 12. Travelers will be urged to get covert tested before stepping into school buildings. The board has also approved a new plan to bring back seventh and 10th graders ah, week earlier than planned. Having them join 8th, 9th and 11th graders back in school buildings on April 19th, particularly on
1-Year Old Found Safe After Being Kidnapped In Atlanta Car Theft
"Was stolen with her sleeping child in it. After the mother left the child inside the car to step into a business, a man got in and drove off. Police say. He then picked up a woman at a bus stop and once realizing the child was inside, returned the car and ended up stealing another car out of the same parking lot. Montgomery County police chief Marcus Jones investigators a 20 year old Jordan, Douville and 30 Year old Christina car. Were later found and arrested, He says. It's important for you to not leave keys or persons in cars. Also be aware that criminals could be watching you whether they're at a bank A T M. Whether they are at a gas station. They're looking for that opportunity of potential victims. If you see anything suspicious, call police Mike Murillo. W T o P News
Surge in carjackings, thefts has Washington DC police urging residents to be vigilant
"The same parking lot. Montgomery County Police chief Marcus Jones investigators, a 20 year old Jordan Douville and 30 Year old Christina Car were later found and arrested, He says. It's important for you to not leave keys or persons in cars. Also be aware that criminals could be watching you whether they're at a bank A T M. Whether they are at a gas station. They're looking for that opportunity of potential victims. If you see anything suspicious, call
4 Washington DC Men Arrested For Carjackings in Massive DMV Crime Spree
"In car jackings has hit our region since the pandemic began Now, eight of those cases in Maryland, Virginia and D C appear to have been solved with the arrest of four D. C. Men as Carjacking cases. Spike. Montgomery County Police chief Marcus Jones says his department and others teamed up to create a Carjacking town. Force a result of it. Investigators identified four suspects who committed eight Carjackings throughout the D. M V 2 18 year olds into 21 Year old from D. C have been arrested. They're believed to be behind 22 crimes in all, including the armed robberies of several businesses and 80 M. There were people whose lives were clearly threatened by these individuals, but the search for car jackers continues. Jones says. His county alone has seen more than 38 car jacking since last fall, mainly in the Bethesda in silver Spring areas That's more than double the case is seen and All of 2019 in Gaithersburg, Mike Morello. W T o P News Well,
"montgomery" Discussed on The MLB Show
"On you because cautioned monte appreciate it. You know since you just said monte. This is one of the questions that we have a bunch of questions for you. From people from yankee fans jordan but salty new yorker on twitter wanted to know which nicknamed the real nickname monte or gumby like mani better. I don't think people have ever seen the the gumby that was gonna be that actually got the nickname also freshman shown at the south carolina. Be best way to explain it. Man i had no muscle. I think i'm like a a whole different version of what i was in college. What about jordan. You came up. You mentioned before the guys who you come up with in the minor leagues who you kind of had at the big leagues before you got there. Judge included what was judged like as a minor leager same. I mean i play the judge a little bit and aaa but it was the same. I mean i remember pitching in aaa having a good outing and then he hit one if you've ever been to scranton. They had this big blow up rail rider and the back of like center left field. Yeah he went over it. A grand slam over that against the national triple team is just the same. Same every guy come up. I mean we just show up to get her work in the yankees of bread us to just show up and enjoy being around each other and working hard. As though jordan you gain for some fan questions share all right. I thought we already started that. Well i did one. And then i kinda to ruko. No the second one was just me. Were you a fan. So yeah from king. Dj fifty to ninety seven over the course of your career. What's the biggest change you've made to your pitching mechanics. I wouldn't say they've changed that much. The thing is when i get away from what i need to be doing which is get to the top of my delivery and then go. I think i need to move slower to get into my legs more which is actually getting out of my legs so the more of rhythm have and like a constant. I can recreate that more. And more in. That gets my hand in the same spot and then i can start manipulating the ball and like feeling my hand manipulate ballo bit. And then that's when. I'm cruising that that that overthinking right there like i said what are you thinking about. But like what. He's able to repeat as delivery. I think money's delivery is he's it hasn't changed because it's it's it's almost flawless balance when he's right and and and can is repeatable. He's on balancing headed down towards the plate. Like every pitch. So that's a that's a that's a crazy thing to be that big six six and be able to like what he's on to be able to. He's repeated delivery that much this this question. Speaking of pictures comes from goats sports six. What is your favorite pitch. And what was the hardest to learn. I think my favorite pitchers like freezing agai fastball. Inside i love though in inside. I think it sets up everything. And it's something that guys have kinda gone away away from I know larry always told me. Live or die with fastball. Down in a way. And i'm like no like inside and then i'll go off that which i'm about fifty fifty. Now i guess but the hardest pitch for me to learn was Making my curveball better Which the bigger and stronger more athletic. I've gotten over. The years has helped mom speed and getting a little more depth on it but it. It definitely didn't come easy then. One last final fan question for you tally gish. Mock slots to know. Do you have a pre game ritual or special food. You have on game days. I try to keep it light In college we would always have pre-game dinner four hour. So i try and do that. Just 'cause i don't like feeling. I'd rather be hungry going out there than like stuffed So like the lighter. The better. I feel going out there so i'll do that. And maybe snack on a banana like an hour for the game. That's really try and chug water as much as i can. This is the last we gotta get you outta here on this story and we got i gotta i gotta bring this back up earlier in the pod. You very adorable mentioned that you just awkward. You just awkward at times with people. You're like yay. I'm just kind of an awkward guy at times. How give us a story jordan. Wh what's what's your jordan. Montgomery being awkward story. I think i'm like just like. Add sometimes in the medium like just outlook for different directions. I mean those just listening jordan's just looking around. I mean my my girlfriend had told me this morning. I don't bite your lip and just focus on zoom call. Look she's like watching my media after games in this tough to watch man like his throws so like bill means ranks pretty much. She tells them everything just like. He's a lucky man. I'll kicked my coverage for sure. I like that well. I hope that she gives the approval here today jordan. Yeah you let us know if she has any. You know any teachings would just get you back on. But i'm so glad we're able to do this. I i'm sure you know. But c is always informing our audience about how much you mean to him and your guys relationship and and were ruined so hard for you man and and that curveball look downright filthy the other day so cannot.
"montgomery" Discussed on The MLB Show
"Like yeah like when i leave the court when i get in my car when i'm walking around the store there's one hundred percent chance people see me as a black woman but when you're on the court is your renee montgomery the wnba player and that's okay like you know so. Listen see see. I've been there. I've been there. You know it's so interesting to just the idea of of You know people not wanting you ever leave the confines of the court right and i think that a couple of things have happened here right one athletes now yourselves included have built up your own platforms and followings right. And so you know you know that you have engaged in active audience right there for you. You know you. You both have hundreds of thousands of instagram followers. Right and in some ways. That obviously has i think. Further helped athletes be able to get whatever message out. They want right. The other thing is that. I always think about and i actually. I was having this conversation. The other day with sue bird rene and its athletes in a lot of ways are more positioned to have perspectives on rag coulter and global issues than anybody else. You are constantly exposed to people. From all different walks of life different countries different cultures different races different religions and come together to try and create a common goal hearing different perspectives. Like if there was ever just one subset of people we we're gonna take and say man. I'd like to hear what they have to say for me. It would be athletes. You want to be at the top of the list and do you one further need. Sometimes we're submerged in other cultures. You know i played overseas for ten years. You know and not like so when people are starting to talk about like oh in politics and talking about different countries while we can almost no temperature of that country innocence. A we've met a lot of people. We know what that culture accepts what. They don't accept. Oh i mean even just in sports and not even just women's basketball. There's other coaches in the locker room. The you know in atlanta hawks. We have other coaches in the locker room. I don't know why people you know. I think that there's the stereotype that you know. The dumb jock. I think that that's been like over perpetuated too much to the point where people believe it but in the wnba case most of the women there have graduated from four year university. They have these. These are educated women talking about topics that they are.
"montgomery" Discussed on The MLB Show
"Slam. Only there's two different things. Okay you being girl dad. Those i love the added. He's all about it. Rene tell you you know what i can tell because he said look. They're brutal but he was still there so i said i love to see it so so you crying. That came out the la dance together Three years apart as soon as they ran out on his as like. I started who i can be like knows what i am seeing them. Dance see rene. Don't you love this. This is why. I love mike. My my podcast co host. Because he in one sense is talking about how when he warmed up. He's comfortable in his. See that as well so yeah. I didn't know a lot about going into the i like it. Now you know renee. How are you enjoying being a part of the atlanta hawks broadcast the way that you have. This is crazy. Because like going into what. I was so excited because i'm like all right. They wanna. This is my job to watch the hawks. Thank you and we had a crazy off season as far as free agency. So i'm like let me find out. We rather be good this year. And i'm calling the game so the season is crazy like today. We have a game back to back this week in. I feel like. I'm there half of the week but it really doesn't. It's not as tiring as you would think because it's like that kind of fun job and are you having phone onset like i really i talk on air like i'm talking to you guys right now and so people have been receptive to it and i just keep it going. Is there a lotta that you obviously everything about the game. But like is there still a lot of bricolage. See one of those people that like. I like to prepare so that when his go. Tom already know the numbers that i like. Yeah you know like so trae. Young as averaging four made three for threes per game of fat and he's shooting like the past five game that a fifty four percent clip since already know that stuff. Now i can have fun with it when i'm like like an intern up because arnie know all the numbers already. So yeah i do a lot of work. Their team is good too. I mean just having having watched the three games that they've had with the nets. Thus far that i mean every single game has been so intense. And i'm looking at you know. Just the depth like the hawks offered are ten deep of legit high-quality nba rotation players as you head roster people. We like we've been hurt the whole year. We actually just played the lakers..
"montgomery" Discussed on The MLB Show
"Even like come to that area and it's just so different there's not a lot of energy so there's no such thing as home court like right now. But i'm gonna tell you what to change minson down there every game collecting jerseys like every night. So after this pandemic season he wanted like he won the season. Because i saw kevin durant get his jersey. I'll sign it. I think Kind resigned it. Trae hardened share young gave him the mlk jersey when we had it. So yeah. i'm gonna say to changes. Winning is winning somebody game but he's sitting courtside. Dvd yet every game. But it's probably kaluka tonight. Like i mean that's right. Yes seriously. You know what i could see. See why you're feeling the pain. Because i don't know if you know this rene but see Well he changes his his affiliations when it comes to the teams. He roots for every once in a while. A and. he's a diehard brooklyn fan. Now so wait. He would be sitting courtside at barclays watching the big three every night. If there wasn't a pandemic right now. I like that but he admits that he's like you know he's very aware that he's a front. So listen if you say. I'm feeling it. I'm used to atlanta at this point so for better for worse. Here we are like i'm witted. Huge raiders fan. So i can only route so one loser in my life by talking football. Season's done like. I mean like some of the ninety to feel good so i go into the winner and i picked whoever's got the best nba.
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"Laugh. What i when. I heard to say hans game. I just thought about that. Course i can take the good this rene just so you know we just dive in. We put the fancy intro with all your credentials so dive in and get all right. So you were there for courtside karen i was there. For course i care. And i was sitting at the hawks desk but there's not many people in the gym actually saw the stats sheet and there was one thousand three hundred and forty one people there so imagine that in the big state farm arena. It was pretty quiet. I can imagine what do you think like do you when you are normally. Let's say you're a you know. Well if you're a yukon. You're playing a road game at you know wherever like. Let's let's pick a rival school. Although i don't think you guys were done playing tennessee when you play them on my first year maybe my second year to literally a strategy. Like hacker okay. Gotcha yeah 'cause then you guys went a long time from like oh seven so last year but okay Like if you're playing at tennessee college or let's say you know you're playing although you are part of the links teams. Let's say it was like minnesota as a as a role player in the w and you have a court someone sitting courtside like talking smack if it's not if it's not an empty arena if it's not a covert arena. Are you hearing things clearly. I am not. I'm one of those people that are like tune it all out like i don't care even if you're saying something good i probably missed it and then like my bad. But like yeah. I'm one of those people that like. It's just the ninety four feet me like if my car and it's crazy because i can hear the coaches. I can hear my teammates. But i would not hear any course i care. I wouldn't here always hurt everything. Like i guess warming up like if i was roaming before the game i heard everything like everything pissed me off into the game when you in the game more so you don't really hear anything blackhall game like walking out of warming up like i walk a rabbit. Is i heard before the game. Especially because usually through the tunnel people are like hand down autograph items stuff so you hear that when it's like calm but i'm talking about in the thick of things and i don't hear what about we see. What was the worst place warming up. They would hear like oh. I guess off like boston as little as they can grab you if they wanted to. I was always waiting for somebody to texans. I can turn around and like you. Ready to fight fight. Rene what is what is it like right now. wayne atmosphere. Wise the hawks games because here in new york. And i'm doing a lot of brooklyn nets games. They're the one place that i'm going to do games but there's no fans can can you feel any kind of atmosphere with eleven hundred. Thirteen hundred fans honestly know like it. Just and i'm like it different areas. They're sectioned off so the section fans can't even like come to that area and it's just so different there's not a lot of energy so there's no such thing as home court like right now. But i'm gonna tell you what to change minson down there every game collecting jerseys like every night. So after this pandemic season he wanted like he won the season. Because i saw kevin durant.
"montgomery" Discussed on The MLB Show
"Great deal katie but a couple of times but like are you going to do my. You can. Tend like yeah. It doesn't matter it doesn't matter what you do so now get. This adds up a defense apart. I agree i agree. And we saw the commitment and against the clippers. We'll see if they get consistent with it against some of the other teams in the league. I'll actually calling. I don't think the backpacks like a lot of back to backs against the same team either. Goes you know you're right. You're right you can kind of fatigue. You meant yeah i i had. I have the game. Friday night against toronto on. Yes and saturday night against Philly on yes which big dipper defensively. Exactly you're not gonna win those games if you don't play good day The fleet with a forty six zero. He's unbelievable he's a great story to come area undrafted yet really really awesome story. All right see before we get to renee. Montgomery our guest today As we kick off black history month on our to see too with our first of all black women as our guest this month We just have to say you know because of timing and we were recording. We didn't get a chance to react to the loss of hank aaron And you know we just want it to be able to take a moment Obviously i mean see this is. This is one of the game's all time titans And someone who who just meant a lot to Obviously the sport but to america. Yeah for sure and Man the day he passed away. I was getting a lot of requests to do interviews in different things. you know. talk about them. Talk about what he meant as african american player but i was just so hurt man like hank aaron was like game. You know what i mean like he was just so regal win like royalty to us to me to the baseball community. That likes almost in the way. Jay williams we know remember when we went inside our him in how he was feeling about. Kobe didn't feel like i didn't want to be on their telling stories in like just kinda capitalizing in about something where it was really really. It was really really sad. Day for me so i didn't feel like i need to go on and you know expressing my feelings or anything like that. It was just one of the things i wanted to sit back into. Strata appreciate his life in in what he did and we came from and the things he had to endure Trying to break the home run record being a negro league player I mean this. Is this incredible story. And he did it with grayson class and just to hear. Stories about high ran. The braves organization minor league organization. The people that he hired in. I mean this is. This is incredible man in in zadeh day for for the sports community in the baseball world in other data he pass away in the. But like you said we didn't get a chance to talk about it or give him his due and you know he felt it was it. Was you know we had to do that on on on the show i think see. Weren't we at one point. We were on the brink of even getting on the pod. A couple of months ago i make right it just you know you you realize to soak up every moment every story you can from legends heroes. These people who are true treasures and hank aaron was that in every sense of the word For you know for baseball for sports but for our country what he endured went through you know what he represented like. You said see the class with which she did everything he did. This man was a giant and he will be He'll be sorely sorely missed for sure and we just wanna make sure. We spend a little time on hank. Aaron after knocking the opportunity to do so last week With that being said we get a chance to chat with a young woman who has won two wnba titles as won a national title with yukon is incredibly active when it comes to social justice When it comes to her community is a part of the atlanta. Hawks broadcasts has her own. Podcast called remotely renee and is just incredibly smart enthusiastic. Enjoyable listen i really you guys are just see. They're gonna love listening to rene. Aren't they like her lap or make you.
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"So if i win right i would pick a show or movie that you have to watch. Yes you you like that one. So like i now my idea would be. It could be a whole season. So like if i win i could make you have to watch a season of one tree hill and have to report on it on the pod. Do you like that okay. All right so now. here's my question to you. Do you want those to be my stakes as well where you make me watch a show or or here was another option. Just got to find who was from Yeah here we go. It's from hank. He says if i lose. I should have to face you in it bat. They you should have to pitch jamais at bat no style. Do you mean 'cause now it'd be like facing seventy five. It's not the same as eighty eight mile narrow cutter all right so you if i lose you pick a show i gotta watch a full season of or a movie and i have to report back on and if you lose i pick a show you have to watch or a full season of oral movie and you have to report back you know you watch is coming to america live. I've seen parts of what i figured that might becoming and it would satisfy the group so those are the stakes. I will report on it. Then but now bobby wagner has tell us what the are. Yeah all right. Bobby you got your fancy microphone out. Producer bobby wagner making his on air debut here for the pod but he does fantastic things behind the scenes. His sadly a die hard met fan. Wow all right. Got the pigs here. We got ruko going box thirty one chiefs thirty for a total points. And then cc chose chiefs thirty eight bucks thirty one so bucks getting the same points from both of you bud. Cc thinks that cheeseburger squirm sixty nine points. So it's gonna be entertaining. It's going to be close here. That is so this is good. So that means we're against each other so if the bucks win. I win the bet. But if the chiefs win then we go to total score correct bobby. That's the way we're going to do this right. Exactly correct okay. And so then what are we with. The total scores is just going to be. Who's ever closest okay. We didn't establish the prices right rules ahead of time..
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"Own. Everybody we back let week. Rtc to good where we go man. That's what i want to know. You're always telling me we're back where we go see man. We leave for a couple of days when we come back every thursday morning for these people. Okay all right gotcha. That's right new episodes every thursday to cto. We'll get to talk to them twice a week. That's true that's true we do have some bonus episodes we do. It's a big sports week. A lot going on. We have an outstanding guest today. Who our audience is going to love your. Yes you renee. Montgomery who is wnba point guard. Two-time wnba champion with the minnesota lynx. was a national champion at uconn. Sat out this past. Wnba season To focus solely on social justice and activism and now is part of the atlanta hawks broadcast. She's fascinating and see you know we're going to get the slinging heat in the moment and some other things before we get to rene but we should just let the audience know that this week or this month black history month we're going to have on exclusively black women as our guests this month. Yes iraq black women do rock and so we will do that for all the february. We're going to have some amazing guests at kicks off with rene. And and i think we're both at we're both pumped about this man and rene kick it off to a great kick it off. He's funny he's he's got a great personality and i think like a our fans will relate to her very well so i think this is a great way for us kickoff. Our black history month Obviously i was raised by our black women Have nothing but black women you know in and around my life so i it'd be great to pay tribute to them in and just let them voices be heard amen so we will get to renee montgomery in just a bit But see we start every show with slinging heat where you share with us. Three hot takes three things on your mind in the sports world. What is your first slinging heat today. But i think he is. I mean i guess it's just a broad you know thing but it's my reaction to staffer get traded to stafford and galkin traded on me. No i think you know. This is the first move of a bunch of quarterback moves this offseason. That'd be crazy. But i think the i think the upgraded tremendously bro especially in that division Obviously the the niners really good. The cardinals calamari is really good. We know rest is up up up in seattle. So damn getting stafford guy that can make every throw You know he's he's event he's you know he's a proven guy. Just planning detroit. You know fucking unfortunately the last twelve years. But i think you get him down in southern california breath. He's open up that offense avai and they're going to be really powerful they're gonna be they're gonna be fun to watch and you don't think they gave up too much. I don't think they gave up too much because this is their window to win. Causes they little window saying aaron donald ramsay all the guys that they have on defense. This is their low. Is there little space guys to win. So no it's not giving them too much. If you win with these dots. Yeah i i agree with you. It's interesting how. Conversation with steve kerr last week when i was doing the warriors game for espn and he said this to us about andrew wiggins fitting in with them but he's he uses this a lot and i could probably have the exact phrase in my boards right over here somewhere but he basically says there. Are you know maybe ten to fifteen players right that no matter where you put them They are going to do what they do. He has a phrase for for that of player right but no matter where you put them bit at all. They plop kevin durant somewhere boom. He's going to do what he does. You pop lebron james somewhere boom steph curry boom. Everybody else in the league is relying upon circumstances. And there's obviously a lot of great players in in that category. And i think the same thing when i'm thinking about influencing you know Wins and losses. And how we look at a player in regard to matt stafford. Stafford is not the dude who you put him anywhere and he. He's gonna make you a super bowl contender right. He's not tom brady. He's not he's not russell wilson. He's not peyton manning right he to me. He's not that. I know that though. I mean we don't know that because he's playing in detroit and yeah but i think if you may. He made him to the winter. The playoffs three times with fucking betrayed their super bowl. You're not wrong. We don't know if he's a winner in that no we do but my point my point exactly i agree with you on that but my point is he's not one of those dudes you can put him anywhere and he's going to be a champion like he's going to be a but he is a dude who i think in the right situation. All of a sudden can be a difference maker forgetting you over the top. And i think that's the way the rams like i think he benefits the rams and helps them get over the top and i think the rams benefit him. Because i think it's going to be a much better situation for matt stafford and all of a sudden you're gonna look at him and you're gonna say oh. I knew he was talented. I knew he was good. I didn't know he was a winner. And yes he is because now he's in the right situation to win our let actually this. There's another quarterback out there that wants to be traded as rumor. You know maybe to get traded offseason to shine watson. Is he one of those guys that you can just plop anywhere in you. Instantly become a winner or your team becomes a super bowl contender. It's interesting because he's obviously coming off his season. This year was historically good And.
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"montgomery" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain
"Was this idea of distracting from this moment in time that if we didn't grasp it and take advantage of might be lost again like it has so many other times in the past I think one nice thing to see throughout this is that it has felt like continuing education instead of starting over again. This time when it happened with George, floyd instead of forgetting all the times in recent years that we've had these conversations, there was less patients and less acceptance of white people saying well, hold on. Let me understand this. It was known. We've been over this a million times pick up a book and read watch. Even do Veronese Thirteenth Watt things and actually understand the systemic ways at this is perpetuated instead of starting fresh again with the I'm not racist. So I'm not the problem bullshit. But unfortunately. So much of the actual information I love you. Well, I mean, it's exhausting. It really is I can't imagine what it's like for you but it's you know it's taking the the argument you just said about women that we've had a billion times like running our head against the wall and then amplifying it because it actually affects more of your rights.
"montgomery" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain
"It feels like you're everywhere in everyone's starting. Learn the magic of Montgomery. So one of those things kind of stood out to you that you've done. Well. The first thing that stood out is that I opted out and I didn't have a job. So you know you just listed all that stuff all that stuff happened like I would say three weeks after I'll opted out like I started to get things that were actually paid jobs like you know like I was doing a lot of interviews in the beginning but when I opted out literally out of my job without a job. So yeah, I was I was. Probably. To to that point, you know they say fortune favors the bold and it was really Craig is I've always I went to school for for communicate I'm communications major. So I went to school for TV that's always been the plan I've been trying to get on TV for a while and then when I opt out for something completely unrelated here comes the TV. So that's just like, wow, how life works you know in the craziest thing, but I would say for me. And you didn't even mention any of those. But what really births for me is is is talking to two students like I talked with the stuff that people don't really see I've talked to a lot of students a lot of times and just hearing how they think of me in hearing like they think I, have all the answers and I'll be like, whoa. I don't like I. Let them know right off the top like I don't have probably any of the as there's just pretty old that's what you can take on. Bold. But I was say the best thing I've. been is talking to to people. In another podcast, you actually said, you don't have to have all the answers. You just have to make the move and then start to figure it out and there is a lot of paralysis because of perfection right this idea of if I don't know exactly what to do. I can't do anything and that really prevents people from like you what is it leap a leap of faith? There's another saying that I should have memorized. It's like leap at. Here but that doesn't make sense. Why would a door? was there you're killing with the new thing? None of them are right there all. Overdue. Not. Trying new things you reap and the net will appear that makes more than than net will allow. Or appearing I think when one door closes another opens. Yes. Hallway Christian people yeah. I just I have a job but I was praise him in the hall. So yeah. So it was a combination you left and then a door appeared and annette. Scrape for you. Pay The door to. What one thing that stood out in those opportunities that you got is. The way that you speak about the issues and this is something I. Think we're all striving to better understand because now that there's a platform. For athletes for people like me who had essentially three or four months of three hours of radio every night without sports where I was allowed to and given the space to talk about social issues and civil unrest that really mattered to me. But how do you talk about it in a way that actually makes people listen instead of the platitudes that we hear about and that some companies or leagues are going with like..
"montgomery" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain
"Super happy to have Renee Montgomery on the podcast she's been on Spain and fits and I think Spain and company before it became spending fits again and just such a powerful and and smart and thoughtful voice in. So many issues about US basketball player and I wanted to have her on to talk about all of those things sort of longer format to figure out how she became the bad ass woman that she is. So Rene, thanks for being on. Let's let's start at at the way back you grew up with a mother who was a professor tell me more about just your childhood in which your parents did and where you grew up. yes. Oh, my childhood like things that were fun for us was learning things ahead of time. So I used to always think it with cool that I would go to school knowing already what the teacher is GonNa teach me they actually tried to skip me agreed my parents was like Manna. Now we're going to keep her where she's at which thank you parental is they didn't know that I was going to go on to play basketball so. I was growing up in West Virginia though different and different than what people can expect innocence of it's just a different culture is slower. It's country in its three percent black. So now living here in Atlanta. Obviously. I'm emerged in a black culture and black excellence the WHO's who are black people here. So that was just a completely different shift from from what I knew before and thank you for having me Sarah Yeah, which is nice What did your dad do for a living or what does it do? Yeah he worked at Bayer. So he was a like a chemical engineer there. So he and I would say what he does what I think he does best is like he can just pretty much build anything. So he built cars from scratch. He's one of those guys that have a beautiful mind. So he just built my nieces bunk bed. Like just that Kinda Guy. So a Lotta last arts in some ways actually being Han like knowing how to build and do things is like it's easier to order something. Off. Like when we first moved into our house and my husband fixed like an electrical outlet I like. Okay. Why wasn't even impressive? He watched a youtube video. It was like Oh. Okay. So you obviously grow up in an intellectual household and that informed desire two learn, which is you know very clearly something that's a through line for you. What about the sports part of things? How much of a part of the household was at? Huge My sister was a cheerleader who also went on to be the cheerleading coach..
"montgomery" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain
"And all sorts of other stuff and I just hope when we're on the other side of whatever the hell is we. are less divided and less likely to attack each other or believe conspiracy theories or refuse to listen It's just been a lot and I've been doing this happiness challenge through friends, Yoga Studio leading up to the election, and I'll probably extend it beyond because it will be necessary but it's like Yoga and pilates and sending gratitude letters to people who've made a difference in your life and watching a sunset and supporting local business doing random acts of kindness. All sorts of things to kind of try to provide some peace during the day gets endorphins pumping stay sane during all this. So I recommend that other people find. Self Care To. Former guests of the pod Dr Lori Santos that professor of happiness at Yale you didn't hear that one I highly recommend going back and finding it She just didn't interview with the New York Times about how self-care always sounds like making yourself a bubble bath or doing something but real happiness actually comes from helping others. The data actually suggests that the right way to treat yourself is to do nice things for other people we get more out of being open and social and other oriented than just spending money or time on ourselves. So maybe consider that in the next couple of weeks as we all cling with a death grip to everything in our lives is the world's lies by. The commissioners spoken. My guess this week is Renee Montgomery We started out respecting each other and liking each other from afar and we ended up best friends. It's a truly delightful journey I think you guys are going to enjoy it. She's a professional basketball player. She's on the Atlanta dream of the WNBA won a national championship with the Yukon Huskies back in two thousand nine. She's one to wnba championships which was with the links in two thousand, fifteen in two thousand, seventeen She'd been all over the place media wise. Recently including Gen Z. and me show she does with her son and nephew that's coming back. October. Thirty first you can find it on instagram at Gen Z. and meet TV. she's been so impressive of late as she's finding her voice and become more visible across media that people are legitimately saying she's going to run for president one day. So I really recommend you give this a lesson We talk a lot about her choosing to opt out of the WNBA season how she spent months out of the wobble using her voice crating her foundation the work she's doing on voting helping HP. US and encouraging conversation around civil unrest racial issues place reform What it's been like to watch the CO owner of her team. Kelly Leffler Slash officer we figure that out be sort of against her own team that she owns during the wobble and during her her political run, and then we giggly about her fiance and how they met and shooting her shot and all that stuff I think he has enjoy it. That's what she said these days it feels like life forces us to be on all the time but every now and then it's important to stop and reset. That's when you reach records light it's mountain cold refreshment made to chill coors light wants you to know that no matter what sport is on this fall Saturdays are your time to chill doesn't matter what.
"montgomery" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"A tough day for me. I gave the eulogy at my Mentors Memorial in. Lamont Hill Bill Montgomery without him. There would be no turning point USA. So for this weekend's episode. On Saturday here I just wanted to share what I shared with. His family, some of his closest friends. And our staff turning point USA. I hope you'll enjoy it and I. Hope you'll take some lessons away from how Bill Montgomery impacted my life and so many other lives. And if you feel compelled to do so. Help support what he cared most about turning point USA TPS DOT com. Please enjoy this eulogy that gave for my friend. Bill Montgomery here it is Charlie. What you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus won't no, we are lucky to have charlie. Charlie cuts running the white. House. I WANNA. Thank jollies, incredible guy, his spirit his love of this country's done an amazing job building. One of the most powerful youth organisations ever created turning point USA not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries destroyed lives, and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Thank you bread that was terrific. So you can see a constant theme today of people that needed to be believed in families that were formed p literally two marriages that we know of just today. Thanks to bill. Bill was a creator she was somebody that wanted to lift up anyone he came in contact with. So I'm gonNA share just some of my favorite stories with Bill. Talk about. The legacy that is still going on today. Thanks to bill and what he was really and truly passionate about some of you've heard these stories before but. Some of them are pretty awesome. I have to say they make. It. What bill did for me and for this country was incredible. So I I met bill on April seventeenth. Two thousand twelve you see more so than almost anyone else. When people talk about bill the almost no. The exact minute they met him. Exactly what they were doing. That's how you know that somebody special. Sometimes like I don't really know I met that person everyone almost always like you know I met him right there and it's just..
"montgomery" Discussed on Longform Podcast
"As as offering the work now where we go okay. Here's everything we have. Here's the material. What are we missing? What stories are we missing? What about this moment in? What about this country? Do we need to say more on an now? Just starting to really target where I wanna be in what I need to be doing. And what pieces. I need to plug in order to effectively. Do do the work. How do you process some of these things that just from your own mental health perspective? Not just the Cova stuff but you know. Some of those opioid photographs. You know showing up right when someone has overdosed and their families finding out like how do you work your way through witnessing these type of scenes and I I channel it to the work? I don't mean to be a cop out on that but I again. I have a debt in the debt is to the reader in the subject and it's important to me in those moments that I I'm effectively focused on doing my job. And it's not about me in those moments at all at all the only part that is about me as reporting it clearly in in a way that is captivating that the reader will not move on. And that's really all I'm focused on B. Now I've been lucky enough to not really struggled with it. 'cause I can channel it into the work that I'm doing you know and I love. I love my subjects to the people that I need in that are that I'm taking part in the story. It's almost you know. I really care for them but I. I try to channel that Karen concern into our mission at that time you know so if we're photographing photographing patty nest who is a woman? I met in Montgomery County in Ohio. Whose son had you know overdosed in losses life in the basement of their home. It's it's it couldn't be. It's not about me at all. It's about really trying to connect with Convey to the reader her pain in the struggle and really tell a larger story on an addiction. And so for me. I'm I'm very okay with stepping out of the way it's it's important that I do but visited crew in any way for you. Just the scenes you know. Do you find it easy to kind of get away from them. And you're in your own life when you're outside of the work the probably not. I probably they probably stay with me more than I care to lead on. But I think that's what it is. That's what it is but again it's it's just so focused on our aim in our mission at the time you know. And that's effectively communicating the story reader. I really appreciate you taking the time to do this. Is My pleasure sues. Really lovely to talk to you. Amazing to talk to you. Yeah I appreciate it. Thank you so much. That's it.
"montgomery" Discussed on Shares for Beginners
"Stick to investing in what you know a lot about. If you don't know a lot about something then you probably shouldn't be investing because it's a little bit like walking into a polka guideway. Haven't worked out. Who MISSES A buffet? Quite your dad. Who the Patsy is then? Were debtor the pets he is at you get. I am welcome to shades for begins to die my guest. His Roger Montgomery now registered chief investment officer and founder of Montgomery Investment Management. His head and continues to have a successful career as an analyst strategist fund manager and Public Company. Chairman Rodger appears regularly in the media and Chris. He needs no introduction for a lot of listeners and he currently agreed to appear on this podcast garage. In and thanks for coming into Chet. Pleasure to be with you feel okay..
"montgomery" Discussed on Marty and McGee
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