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Comedian Paul Mooney Has Died at 79

Morning Edition

01:57 min | Last month

Comedian Paul Mooney Has Died at 79

"mooney " Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

03:36 min | Last month

"mooney " Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"Will be sorely missed and wild remember today. Okay comedians have very close. I don't know if people understood way. He workman he was unapologetic. Twenty seven did not care what you thought of him. He was on stage with two goals in mind number one to do help. What three goals to do him. To tell the truth and to push you over the age that was it he would close down the comedy store. He would be the last act up because there was it his students go. He's gonna rip and it was nothing he him up lands and his job. He went up to clear the room. I've watched him at least six times. White gold wound out but not you screaming land. But he was a dude he he was really hobbled habemus. James is student rights of primitive stuff. Joke about betsy. Ross had flake to drive back. Pham around either. Dr paul my job. I starting a business what to go. Pick the headlines in the fetus up and bring them to the show as i advocating the open the show much. Thank you pay. I'll go pick paulo. Go pick up. The pj tainted club taken back to the hotel. That will janet in. Did you learn so many lessons in the car. Talking to bomb you learn like what oh man like. You said he would tell you to be state. You don't apologize you've gotta kiss her body behind nothing be you. If the person lesson learned you you time you see him ever perform your i. It blows relate it shaan just not expected that he like. Oh my god you can do that. You can really do. You could say say. Say i think the word steve for him is unapologetic. I think got hold onto low of watched do it over and over and over and some of the stuff simply historic and some of the stuff was just designed to be crushing. Don't all right. we're moving on now Rest in peace. Mr paul mooney coming up at thirty four minutes after the hour. We're gonna switch gears with junior and talk shaq vs charles barkley right after this what. You're listening to leave harvey morning. Show introducing guinness nitro cold brew coffee beer blending. The smooth creamy nitro taste of guinness with hints of coffee chocolate and caramel guinness. Nitro cold brew. Coffee beer your new favourite part of the day. Look for where. Guinness assault must be twenty one and over to purchase please enjoy responsibly. Diaz beer company new york new york to break is the groundbreaking podcasts sparking wheel conversations about creativity mental health hope and music asante black stars as ruben narrative featuring real interviews with emerging artists. What advice would you give. The families and parents about supporting teenager wants to pursue the arts. If you see their dedicated and you see that. They really mean it in their grade. They're doing listen to here. Comes the break on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts..

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Pioneering Comic Paul Mooney, a Writer for Pryor, Dies at 79

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00:54 sec | Last month

Pioneering Comic Paul Mooney, a Writer for Pryor, Dies at 79

"A popular comedian who work closely with Richard Pryor has died perhaps you are not as familiar with Paul Mooney as many others are but if you have ever crack yourself up to the humor of Richard Pryor Dave Chapelle Eddie Murphy or even homey the clown from in living color you definitely know his work mony has died he was seventy nine his publicist says he died of a heart attack at his home in Oakland California Muni and prior began their friendship and working relationship in the late nineteen sixties they went on to write episodes of Sanford and son and prior insisted on having morning aboard as a writer on his now classic turn as a host on Saturday Night Live in nineteen seventy five other comedians like chip Helen Murphy made use of movies biting wit and heart age as he told jokes that explored racial issues with both humor and truth I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Paul Mooney, Comedian and Writer for Richard Pryor, Dies at 79

The Dori Monson Show

00:47 sec | Last month

Paul Mooney, Comedian and Writer for Richard Pryor, Dies at 79

"He collaborated with comedic stars like Richard Pryor and Dave Chappelle. Comedian and actor Paul Mooney has died at the age of 79 or Allison Keyes has a look back. Paul Mooney was beloved by many for his sharp wit and biting racial commentary, leading fans to ask questions like Must Everything Be Race? Yes, everything money, was head writer for the Richard Pryor Show and also wrote for the classic TV programs. Good Times and Sanford and son. Confronting racism in ways not often seen on television from a stand up performances. Jesus is black and so is clear. Patrick know your history to his guest appearances on the Dave Chappelle Show, where he did Mooney on movies. Tom Cruise, He's The Last Samurai. Give me a Break. Allison Keyes. CBS

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"mooney " Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:27 min | Last month

"mooney " Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"No afraid of holdup. He was all excited talking about a genie out. What? What was his thought? Marking us? Summarize what it was he? Yeah, I mean, he was He was in favor of teams potentially doing Doing more boat. I would have to hear a more compelling argument as to why like, Who are you? Who are you load managing, Because let's be honest. You're not load managing the quarterback right now. If your quarterbacks injured, you're not going to plan so there's no load management. Alan Robinson is going to get a load management if he's healthy, of course, that why would you be taking Alan Robinson off the field? You're not know right. So the other receiver number 11 Mooney Mooney, Mooney Mooney. You're going to take him off the field. What? He's one of your top two receivers. He's never coming off. Not to mention. I mean, listen, love what we saw from Dina Mooney. He's one season into his career. And what does he really proven? That he, you know? What would you load manage for Dina money? And especially when you consider the younger players all Alfredo is back. He can explain it to her. Great. Let me know. But I misunderstood what he was saying He doesn't want okay. American. Merican misrepresented you. Alfredo. What do you have that saying that I heard of credit, you know better than my phone call. So what? What I wanted to, uh bring on was I think moving out in the MBA is a thing because of the fact that genes have prayed. You know, one day the next day, you know, two games in three days, three games and four days, you know, not a lot of practice in between the fact and in the NFL, you get No lessons to get a week off. Between S O. I think old management and Minnesota's already They think like us. It was talking about earlier. But the way it's done in the NFL is you constantly hear, you know, we had a player takes two days off of practice. Take three days, and they just had practice often wonder. No, no. Yeah, You're right. That's a good point, Alfredo. It's already with the way veteran, right? The veterinary practice. Yeah, yeah, it reflects it in practice, not in the actual game, and when you have a 17 game season You're not going to let the game go by and that have won your best players on the field. It's just It's just not a thing. I would offer that the rep you know the reps that individuals gets that's the management that you get over the course of time that's happened forever. That's not something that's new. Do you think? York That too much was made about the idea of the additional wear and tear that NFL players will have to go on in their career. And you jumped me there, but I like the way I looked at it is Look what's the average career of your NFL player? Four years less than the even Yang change, So the truth is That for the vast majority of players, you're talking an extra three or four games over the course of the entirety of their career, right? That is not going to make any tangible difference. Whatsoever Long term right injuries they suffer. I mean, take a look at the New England Patriots that playing the playoffs every single year. Bingo. They're playing mortgage aims than anybody else has them like we look at and this is not even the way you look at the New York Jets the last 10 years of the last eight years that well, you know, since what's the name? Garcia left them. They're good quarterback. They haven't been in the playoffs. They haven't even been close. Mark Sanchez. Thank you, Mark Sanchez. They haven't even been close to being in the playoffs, so they're not playing any extra games at all. Meanwhile, New England, New England ever you hear doing and crying about it, But we're in the playoffs. We're so much more tired than everybody else. We played so many more games..

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India celebrates Diwali amid pandemic, pollution fears

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 7 months ago

India celebrates Diwali amid pandemic, pollution fears

"Two one E. celebrations have taken place across India however a new spiking coronavirus infections as well as rising inflation levels has kept many Indians wary of taking to the streets to Wally's the Hindu festival of lights which is typically celebrated by socializing gifs lighting candles and fireworks this year however the pandemic is putting a dampener on some of the celebrations this is particularly the case in New Delhi the capital which is scenery need spiking credit virus infections in recent weeks recording Mooney cases than any other engine states one shopper who visited the market's needs at least thirteen twenty comes to crowded places I'm coming here playing just for the devalue provisionally yeah this is this is really very bad I'm Karen Thomas

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The First Dog With COVID-19 Has Died, And There's A Lot We Still Don't Know

Short Wave

06:53 min | 11 months ago

The First Dog With COVID-19 Has Died, And There's A Lot We Still Don't Know

"April when buddies family I started to notice that something was a bright buddy started breathing really heavily, any hadn't mucus knows, and this was the first thing is family notice that you know the first sign that he was not himself. That's Natasha daily a wildlife reporter with National Geographic. Buddy was a German shepherd who Natasha says by his family's account was a very, very good boy. He loved running through sprinklers, Keitel's love like running and diving right into the lake. His family loved address them up for Halloween, is also photos of him in a bunny costume and you know he's just it looks like he's just grinning at the camera and so when buddies started getting sick this spring, just before his seventh birthday, his family, Robert Allison Mahoney and their daughter Juliana. While, they were worried I mean he'd be completely healthy, and then all of a sudden in the sprain he. started. Struggling to breathe and the first thing. I thought was he has the virus. Meaning the corona virus in the reason they thought that. They had also been sick. So specifically, Robert Mahoney, the husband had tested positive Alison Mahoney. Robert's wife had not been tested, but she was showing symptoms. So she had it to. The daughter Juliana who's thirteen tested negative. But when it came to getting buddy attest, that was a lot harder. But he's regular vet wasn't seeing patients. The Vet significantly said, there's no, he has like just you know there's no way and he prescribed the antibiotics over the phone. Another vets gave buddy ultrasound and x rays. But also didn't think he could have the krona virus remember no dog had yet tested positive in the US. And many vets didn't have the tests for animals anyway. But one day. Robert, Mahoney sister saw facebook post about a vet where they lived on. Staten. Island that had just gotten some test kits. Robert. was like great like let me call right now. Get down there, make an appointment, and so he was able to make an appointment for ten PM on a Friday. So it was a very strange time, but it was the clinic was really busy, and so it was the the first law they had available. That was Friday. May Fifteenth a full month after he started showing symptoms a few days later, but he finally got test that revealed. He was positive. This was a huge deal. Buddy was the first dog in the US known to have the virus and the USDA announced the news in a press release on June second. Buddy wasn't named in that press release. The government only identified his breed. In fact, we only know the details of his story because of Natasha's reporting. The USDA said in. June, that quote the dog is expected to make a full recovery. But Buddy didn't get better. He got more and more sick in June. It. All came to a head one weekend in July. And a warning that the details coming up are pretty tough to hear. So Allison. Came downstairs the morning of July eleventh and found buddy in the kitchen in a pool of modeled flood He was throwing up blood. It was coming from his nose. It was just horrific and devastating for the family, and at that point, they brought him into the vet and the decision was made to euthanize him which was obviously really really difficult on top of two and a half months of stress and confusion that the family had already been through thirteen dogs and eleven cats have tested positive in the US for cove nineteen according to public. Records and while those numbers sound small, they raise big questions about how virus can affect people and their pets. Today's episode. Natasha. Daily on why. Some of those questions are still so hard to answer. Allison Mooney said to me that you tell someone that your dog tested positive for Cova. Did they'd look at you like you had ten heads. You know there's no rubric for navigating covert in your pet. I'm Emily Quang and you're listening to shortwave the daily science podcast from NPR. First off the current CDC guidance that there is no evidence that pets can transmit the coronavirus to humans, and that's partially why testing for animals isn't more widespread. We do need to say to that test for animals are different than the test used to detect the virus in humans. All animal tests are processed in different labs are processed in veterinary labs. Not, there's no overlap between human testing and animal testing. So. While some of the mechanics of the tests may be the same. It's not at all taking resources away from humans. But because a covid positive animal isn't seen as a danger to humans, there's been very little scientific study of how the virus can affect those pets or even how it can interact with other diseases are pets may have. That's where we're going to pick up buddy story with an Tasha daily. Yes. So new blood work was taken on July tenth the day before a buddy died, and it was on July eleventh when the Mahoney's brought buddy in. To essentially be euthanized that they found the results of that blood work on and the blood work indicated that he very very likely had lymphoma, which is kind of cancer, right? Yes. Lymphoma is a type of cancer So I I asked a couple of veterinarians who were not involved in buddies case at all to review his full records and they said that, yes, every single one of the symptoms he had could be explained by lymphoma, you know A. A big open question is deity SARS Yovany to present clinically in buddies body, and what that means is did the virus cause any symptoms? For example, the trouble breathing was, and so I think it's it's tough and we'll never have an answer to this was every single. One of his symptoms are the lymph, Oma? Or was some of it, the COVID and the breakdown of fat isn't something that we have an answer to, and you also pose the question. Will. We won't know whether the cancer made them more susceptible to contracting the coronavirus exactly, and that's sort of a big takeaway from his case You know our dogs or cats with underlying conditions like cancer as it turns out. More likely to contract the virus because we know humans are humans It's thought that humans that have suppressed immune systems maybe more likely to contract the virus, but not only that maybe the virus may be more likely to present in ways that are more significant in their bodies if if they're already immuno-compromised. So the same question remains for animals and we just have so little data to investigate it.

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Check This Out

The Finer Points - Aviation Podcast

05:33 min | 1 year ago

Check This Out

"I had an opportunity to fly a GRUMMIN. This is an airplane that I've never flown before. Or if I did. It was like one hour fifteen or twenty years ago So it was interesting to sort of approach. The process and I was doing it. With Steve Randell Redwood bus driver here at thermal airport and it was funny because Steve used to be a ferry pilot that is. He's to take airplanes from Europe to the United States back to Europe across the North Atlantic. flying all sorts of different makes and models and when? Steve asked me if I wanted to come. The grandma and my first question to him was yeah. That's that's awesome. What kind of engine does it have? He tells me it's a lycoming three twenty so immediately. I know a lot about the airplane and engine familiar with Doesn't require call labs hundred sixty horsepower. Usually you know. I know I can operate that engine. I essentially know how it's going to perform and The next day we go to fly the plane and and at least that component of it. I'm very familiar with and it was funny. Because AS WE'RE TAXING OUT. Steve the comment you know if if you know the engine airplane and I thought it was really great validation to hear a ferry pilots. Say That somebody WHO's used to jumping in and out of so many different airplanes so as you transition from an airplane. You know to win that you don't. Here's a couple of thoughts one is like. We just said no the engine if it may be flown that engine. There's only a certain number of aircraft engines out there and up in circulation so it's possible even probable that you've seen that engines somewhere else. The second thing read the pilot's operating handbook cover to cover. I'll never forget flight lesson. I had with a guy named Don styles is to get checked out in a Moonie. This is probably ten years ago and I more than ten years ago at this point and I walked in and Dan said did you read the Ph. And I said yeah he said. Did you read it? Cover to cover every page and I said well I've read most of it. You know I I. I kind of skimmed over the emergencies and I looked at the systems. He kind of stopped me right there and said all right. Let's let's do this and we walked through that book. I mean. We walked through that book. Page after page after page for probably four hours. That was the entire first lesson in the checkout and I paid don for his time there. It was maybe an extreme sort of point. He was trying to make but I learned a lot that day and not just about the Mooney. I learned that. Yes when you show up to get checked out in an airplane. It is not unreasonable or unrealistic. For the I to think that you would have read the Peo- H. Cover to cover the second thing I learned. You'll learn a lot when you do that. I mean really. It's not a huge book. It's the old Glen p Wass general limitations. Emergency Normal for Mints Weight and Balance. And all that sort of stuff right. There's a little format to it. It's one hundred and some pages. Maybe maybe maybe not quite that much but definitely worth the four or five hours. It's going to take you to sit there and go through it. Page by page you will absolutely walk away knowing far more about that airplane than you ever thought possible or certainly than you ever would have. Had you not done that? So checking out in a new airplane. Make sure that you've gone over the PH cover to cover. If you know the engine there you go. You've got some experience in the aircraft and then when you finally go for your checkout flight your with your instructor or your with pilot that's familiar. My belief is every problem in an airplane can be solved by knowing where to look and when to look there so the minute you sit down in that airplane Start to get familiar with those visual references. While you're taxing make sure that you're trying to find the reference that indicates whether or not you are not on the centerline before you even leave the the tide area before the engine's running you might WanNa have your instructor or the pilot. You're flying with sort of down on the on the empty nausea and lift the nose so that you can get a feel for what the airplane will look like in the landing flare but the idea is that from the minute you sit down in that aircraft you are looking for visual reference points that will give you the information you need about the angle of attack of the airplane and the alignment of the airplane along the runway and whether you are not on the centerline a couple of other things you might want to consider are getting used to coordination so slow the airplane way down and do some fast rolling and see if get a feel for how the rudder works is it a is it a heavy push like it sometimes is in town or is it a nice gentle push like you get in a DA forty and finally when you come in to land. Maybe your first landing isn't a landing at all. Maybe your first landing is a go-round get a feel for how the airplane accepts the power application. What it feels like as the flaps retract if there are flaps and how quickly the airplane is able to climb away from the ground. If you're flying something like you add power and boom. That thing is airborne in other airplanes. Like one fifty. Arab at Texas Tail. Drager for example. You're stuck on the ground for a few seconds there before the airplane is ready to fly again so knowing this stuff can can be figured out to some extent by doing low altitude. Go Round

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Tough Airports with Pilot to Pilot

The Finer Points - Aviation Podcast

06:11 min | 1 year ago

Tough Airports with Pilot to Pilot

"I'm GonNa Bring Justin. See here he comes. Hey there's my man has then. Are you actually looking up at four flight up with my computer? And I was looking up bested when you're talking about it because I know seen it before in my mind is not like I don't even know if I WANNA fly. They're like Oh yeah. You know it's funny. Some sometimes that stuff's really intimidating but the rules you have to follow making for example. If you're coming down through Elgin and Valparaiso there I think it looks. I mean obviously be having to talk to their tower Roy. Once you're talking to their tower than your you know everything's Kinda worked out for you with the floor capabilities. File Easier that's funny. I was going to ask you about that because you're flying into so many different types of sorts. That's pretty much what you guys do. All the time right. It's just file a far. Yeah we will most are flights Are we can't take off the far far up in the air but we like to keep it many times. It's awesome just because it does help the have. Atc talking to you. We're GONNA get a busy airports. I never even expected to be really busy. There's one in Minnesota really crazy student training area. And there's like six or one seventy two pattern at a time mixing via far in just the Afar general. It can be a lot safer going I- Afar when you have the opportunity to do so. Yeah I totally see that Aspen. Airport there any over. It's like that that you guys going to where your company says we're GonNa have to do extra work with you guys or you have to fly in their inexperienced captain. I or something like that. We do similar trading on ask than we have a whole like Aspen lesson where we have to to land at Aspen. Show that we can do that. Another one's called Ocean research is a private airport down in Florida. And it's a really skinny and kind of severi interesting airport which we have to get checked out in the simulator. I I think we have to do it. Every every couple of years just to get retrained because our wings actually hangover the hedges when we go into land so it's very interesting but it's a very popular destination. While can you say just briefly? What's so challenging about aspirin? I that's SORTA aspirins just very interesting place. I mean if you even just look up the approach tar and you can see the glide. Slope like seven degrees. Maybe maybe it will literally feeling like you're going straight down at catch it. The site pictures just so messed up and then you have like a mountain right here. Airports a little bit farther forward. You can't get the glide slope warning fear when you come here I. It's hard for me to really explain it unless you're going. There are other chart in front of me. But it's there's a lot going on at Aston you gotTa be under your pointed down so far that you're speaking to come even if you have the Steve Breaks out so it's a very interesting airport for sure. Yeah that's wild. I mean we flew in there all the time in one. Eighty Two's mountain checkouts in Eagle Aspen than through loveland. Pass out toward lead though and all that now one eighty two. It's not a huge big deal. It's totally different. When you've got a jet can handle up pretty well so it's not too big of a deal but it definitely interesting. We don't take it down to the purchase so that we have the the airport site at a certain fixed remember. Stop ahead now. But we have special charts going in there and then. There's some other mountain airports where we don't need to be checked out in but we have a special area in our. Aol were read up about it before released before we go so we know the challenges that airport could cost. That's interesting I think. The last accident I remember at Aspen was a challenger from that mistake and landed with a tail rent. That's yeah that's very commonly. I WANNA say they landed on the taxiway almost other grass remember astronaut now or another airport. Another airport was. They didn't know that the runway was just pay. They thought the runway was covered in snow so they saw a freshly paved runway but their mind. They thought that it was supposed to be snow-covered sir. Lynden to the right or to the left of the runway landed on grass. Wow that's so fascinating that you just said that because somebody else I think it was. Brian Shift pigmy the other day he was doing lecture for Nasty. Just wanted to know if I thought about something. He was calling expectation bias in training right and I didn't really know any man I was like. What do you mean by expectation bias? And then he told me a little more it was basically what you just described. It's like how do you deal with when your mind is set on seeing one thing? That's what you're expecting. And then something different is happening and to be honest. I don't see it very much in training but what you just described was perfect. Exactly what the talk about do you guys talk about that at all in your training that specific conflict We'll make a big deal about going over all the threats that could be going on so as soon as we brief all the threats. We kinda talk about all the threats. This threat might be kind of one that comes up on the fly. But if there's ever a moment where you feel any kind of confusion or you feel any dow it's like immediately go around this. Go take off. We'll talk about last hour. The runways taped or not paved or regain rebrith. We WanNA do. We can go somewhere else. We can talk about some things especially to ask them because the weather changes so often. We have a very strict kaylynn limit were. Some operators may be part ninety one. Maybe they don't relate abide by that but we do not go in there with a win more than two not talented. So if we're coming down on finally tell us that the tailwinds do high will do out and go around and go somewhere else. So it's definitely safety. And you always going to err on the side of safety so one person was real comfortable. You go out now. That's awesome and there's two things that you just said that I always hammer on my students about so I just have to act on. One wasn't aboard point where you're talking about having a certain way point if you're not on glide path through or whatever then it's just an automatic and the other is that a superior if it's eleven knots. Tailwind you're out you don't think about it. It's not ten anymore. It's eleven soared on once really good. That's good stuff. I feel like so many of those things that we can cement those for GE pilots. You know there was a guy that flew into Palo. Alto in a mean. I don't know if you've ever flown a Moonie but it's like doesn't want to stop flying. I mean not only. Is the wing like six inches off the ground at slamming her flow. It won't quit and twice in my career I've seen people come in and Mooney's and just go around late in one case and hit the trees on in this last case Palo Alto literally just floated till he went right off the end of the runway and that was a fatal accident. You know people say like what would happen. How could he avoid it? I mean abort point in any airplane is a great idea right. No absolutely and it's something that like you said when you drill down and generally aviation to create that kind of mindset. You always think that it's not going to happen to you but it can happen to you. You're gonNA find yourself in this situation. You don't feel comfortable. Then you gotta go around just like no if saying like you can't succumb to that mindset

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Lessons From Surah Qaf  Ustadh Irshad Hussain: Patience In This Time Of Crisis

The Friday Circle Podcast

07:04 min | 1 year ago

Lessons From Surah Qaf Ustadh Irshad Hussain: Patience In This Time Of Crisis

"So shallow. We're going to be taking three key lessons from this raw. They shall. We can reflect on in our lives looking at the current situation around us firstly. Unbelievable that we're in a month ago. If you'd said there were in the majority of the world is going to be on the lockdown with massive changes to our social economical financial structure in in this way it would be unbelievable likewise beginning to. Ceuta about something else that. The disbelievers found unbelievable. That's the day of judgement they said had shown a job. This is a strange thing that would die. Become dust That's far preposition. So so this aspect of denying in here here are in a hair after it was president is present now so so that a lot he says to us that have seen the creation around them and would that they can evidences of how the resurrection wants to focus on. We need to use. We need to be able to look at the world around us to make changes to our lives. So let's as a Falungong summer focus. I've seen the heavens. If trump with him how we have made it how beautified did does know and earth how spread out. I'm throwing mountains. We put opponent every different type of punt and then he says that this is a with Vikram Likud Ogden Muneeb. It's a is a way by which a person he's able to see from blindness to to light and it's a reminder for him for every slave whose Mooney Mooney is one who's going to La going back to his his his his focus in life which is to which is to please allow us to to think how can improve myself. Haakan Puma wishing he's always you looking to make a sentence is returning back to? This is the first lesson. Don't we should focus upon and the second key lesson otake call for us. Today is how a law he informs US IN THIS SURA. In this chapter the porcine will decide. Every Friday morning at Pfizer. To remind himself in the congregation is the is how how how hold us in account for the day of judgement and there's a number of ways he mentioned in the sewer in one thing he says what Insana were not monsters will be here not enough so that very recreated man we know what his own soul whispered himself that there's nothing that we think about except that he knows that he say's colon he doesn't say any word except with him is an angel writing away record everything. Nothing is missing along. And then he talks about death. The thing that we fair it talks about the the blowing of the Great Hoon and then how people were driven unless as that. This is the event that people were in Hoffler on in Hillis of look at half Latin Hazza but today we have exposes he can see clearly and the green a the the agenda is five evil. He will this point lead. Try to save himself. You would say Robin Emma value to WHO I didn't call them to become misguided but he himself was misguided so yes he whispered away yes Austrian wishes away but in today's up to us a choice knowing that there's a there's going to be uncountable Which there's no escape so when he's talking to all the way over to say tim say to them that similar the don't argue in front of me because the water's going forth so he soloist. Say That so him and the Korean for Japan so the Boston fire because for every this believer who was reject food obstinate and arrogant. He knew the truth but he wasn't willing to listen but all this accountability is based on the fact that he doesn't do any zoom. Do any transgression. So this is the second aspect I wish to focus upon. The Accountability of us for that day is going to be perfect and the final key lesson is how to prepare for the digital pursuit and and they're in essence three key versus. Osias to focus on I as an how many people before them did. We destroy who are struggling and they. They're great houses and buildings and the gardens in the world but now they go do snowscape for them unless say he's very in that there is an admonition for the one who hasn't hot so we have a clean heart the we can see our history learned from it because history repeats itself or Cassano. Huish and he'd or he puts forth attentive hair really trying to listen trying to understand so if a person contemplates reflects on life it will help to pay for the day of judgement. Because he's he history repeats itself. Secondly says flustered al-Amaya coon with some bit hungrier. Bec- that have patience upon what they say and grow for you load in the morning and in the evenings so part of preparing for the day of judgement is being patient patient. Even in this time of difficulty. We're we're right now we're going to be. We're going to be stressed in terms of finances. Our social lives all the things that we you should do and there are some people who go to simply Craig by. Let's say be patient

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Snapping Shrimp Make More Noise in Warmer Oceans

60-Second Science

01:58 min | 1 year ago

Snapping Shrimp Make More Noise in Warmer Oceans

"Warm temperate and tropical coastal waters around. The world are teeming with these noisy little creatures. They snapped their clothes so fast that they produce a bubble bubble bursts. It makes a loud popping. Sound it's persistent background noise. These snap crackling Aaron Mooney a Marine biologist at woods hole oceanographic institution. The shrimp produced the loud sound to stun prey. So how with these shrimp effected by Oceans Getting Warmer in coming years to find out Mooney and his colleague Ashley? Lois analyzed audio recordings of the critters in their natural environment. They also performed lab experiments with snapping shrimp collected from the wild and water varying temperatures. And they found that when water heats up. The shrimp starts snapping more and the water soundscape gets louder. They shared their findings in February at the ocean. Sciences meeting twenty twenty in San Diego. The researchers aren't sure what's causing this change in shrimp behavior but they have an idea. We don't precisely know the mechanism why they're snapping more often. What we think is that these guys are basically just echo thermic animals. So that means that they're directly responding environmental conditions around them and so basically as you increase the water temperature increases their metabolic rates. Or they're just more metabolically active and so they're able or trying to snap more. If these shrimp do make the ocean noisier as the climate warms it could be a problem for both marine creatures and humans. Many Ocean animals. You sound to communicate and both the navy fishermen rely on marine acoustics to do their work. We'd never really thought about how that that ocean or its own background noise on Fox or naturally increasing in what we think is temperature driven climate change driven so as those levels are just harder kinda see the critic fog.

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Climate Change May Make The Snapping Shrimp Snap Louder

Environment: NPR

02:54 min | 1 year ago

Climate Change May Make The Snapping Shrimp Snap Louder

"See if you can guess what this sound is Bacon frying. Maybe a crackling fire. Nope it is underwater snapping shrimp there only a few inches long but among the loudest animals in the ocean. Thanks to climate change. They are getting even louder. That's according to new research and that could affect a lot of other sea life as NPR's Lawrence Summer reports dive into tropical seas and that crackly sound is hard to miss them very easily. They tend to live in colonies or they're clustered closely together. So you hear this chorus of them Erin. Mooney is a scientist at the woods hole. Oceanographic institution whose steady some of the many snapping shrimp species around the world. He says that sound comes from their massive claw and they can really close that claw really really fast and it makes them bubble in the water and when that publ implodes that's what makes the popper the snap it even creates a tiny flash of light and it's surprisingly loud really similar to a large ship or large scale or even some sort of like Underwater HAMMERING DURING WORLD WAR. Two researchers were sent to investigate the noise because he was interfering with the Sonar Navy used to find submarines Mooney and his colleagues looked at snapping shrimp in a lab and the wild and found that the warmer gets the louder. The shrimp are and the more they snap. Warmer water makes them more active as Mooney recently presented to the American geophysical union and oceans are warming with climate. Change says Steve Simpson when we look at any type of global change. What we realize is that there will be winners and losers. Simpson is a professor of marine biology at the University of Exeter. He says sound is incredibly important underwater. Because it's hard to see very far and oceans are already getting noisier because of human impacts fifty thousand ships sailing around the world carrying ninety percent of world trade ad louder shrimp to that noise and it could further stress other animals that you sound like fish that grunt is a sergeant major a small Atlantic coral reef fish. It could mosque the ability of fish to be able to communicate because it will create a higher noise floor. Crackling sound then swamps. Any of the sounds that they might be wanting to listen out for. But there's also a chance that louder. Shrimp could help other organisms since then says when fish clams and coral are young larvae their free swimming floating in the ocean current. They're ready to find a reef to go and make their home and they use the sound. That's coming from that community as a cue to find a place to settle. The sound of snapping. Shrimp is an advertisement. That reef is a good place to live. Which is why Simpson and other. Scientists will be watching the oceans soundscape closely at a time when so many things are changing

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"mooney " Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty

Leadership and Loyalty

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"mooney " Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty

"That's a sticky between the eyes and it's you know this is the world would end. It's the immediacy of the return so I gotta make the quarter either or either to make my quarter or I can make a big better confident as I suggest will. What does that have to be either war? Why can't be? And why can't it be and why I can't you make the quarter end at the same time building. A stronger reputation ran differentiation sanctioned protection by enhancing the reputation and. That's not a better conversation whereas was talk more about what you're doing and how you can help but the the point of it is is getting people to ship the perspective from reactive to proactive thinking thinking longer term versus stance mart. Absolutely now I I in the show. I talked about how you spent twenty five years going in in in high speed wilder motorsports. And you've now got onto reputation. You talked about your first job in new. I mental So will you always means that way you started in in the marketing reputation world of motorcycles. Or were you were you involved in some other the pot of that will you actually Both in yourself no. No I wasn't actually I wasn't I you know I was sportsperson from a young age so I I love. Baseball was my sport and I love team sports and I just happened to land this job out of college with this. Pr Agencies started at the bottom Janos thousand dollars a year and I always I was damned glad to have that you know sure and and I really fell in love with the business of the sport. a a lot of times people will say. Oh it's as drivers going in circles left hand turns you know the NASCAR. I've done work Indycar as well as Formula One but but as they story once you start peeling back the layers realized. There's boards with Ben than what you see on what's new so honestly.

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United Airline's Oscar Munoz giving up CEO seat

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

United Airline's Oscar Munoz giving up CEO seat

"News the head of the airline with the biggest for credit D. I. Hey is stepping down United Airlines CEO Oscar Mooney does is turning over the day to day management of operations the company to the company's president who will take the reins of the airline and may at that time Williams becomes executive chairman of the

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Manhunt on for rapist-child molester freed "in error" in Georgia

Ron St. Pierre

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Manhunt on for rapist-child molester freed "in error" in Georgia

"The Georgia department of corrections is seeking the public's help in finding an inmate that was listen to this accidentally released last week officials say thirty one year old Tony Macon Mooney as Mendes simply walked out of the Rogers state prison and Reds bill on Friday morning this guy's been in prison since April of two thousand fifteen he was serving three count of three life sentences following convictions of rape and aggravated child molestation involving a ten year old girl the G. D. O. C. fugitive unit and the US Marshalls they're currently trying to locate this guy and anybody who has information urge to give them a call but this convicted rapist in a child molester he was accidentally released from prison all right he was supposed to be in there serving three consecutive life sentences how does that happen he gets released from prison

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Manhunt on for rapist-child molester freed "in error" in Georgia

Atlanta's Morning News

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Manhunt on for rapist-child molester freed "in error" in Georgia

"A convicted rapist is on the run this morning after he's accidentally released from a south Georgia prison thirty one year old Tony Mooney as Mendez was convicted of rape and aggravated child molestation in Gwinnett county he's been in prison since April of twenty fifteen and is serving three life sentences a corrections department spokesman says moon yours Mendez was released in error from Rogers state prison

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Dan Bass Talks About Being Rescued

There I Was...

07:15 min | 1 year ago

Dan Bass Talks About Being Rescued

"The only thing I knew is where I saw that searchlight and I thought I'm GONNA be line it for where I saw that and I hadn't seen anything I haven't seen it since that's where I'm going and I had a really difficult time walking I had stand up maybe take one or two steps and fall down remember getting really frustrated when I'd fall records because it was not the direction I was going and I'd have to do that last bit over and it and it turns out at least my understanding is the ed when your brain is so deprived of oxygen it tries to keep as much as it can in the important parts and shuts down you have somebody or skills like legs and things and I think that's why I had such a difficult time moving my legs to begin with and then beginning to walk now the whole time this is happening there was a helicopter that was flying overhead and it was really clear to me it was flying a grid pattern because it was it was fighting e into West patterns so it would appear on the west and it would come straight over to east and then it would be gone for a few minutes and that would come back a little bit closer going the other direction and I think it made four passes that I remember the very last pass it did it food directly overhead and I was about hundred yards from the airplane I had fell down in this field and I was just kind of laying there and I just kind of gave up and the helicopter flew directly overhead and I kinda thought that if they find me that's great if they don't I don't care that's fine too I was I kind of laid down I was getting really comfortable I started warmer and then feel that bitter cold anymore and I basically kind of gave up now this is the kind of the neat part of the story as I rolled over in his late on my back and and enjoy the view of the stars and thought I'm just an here and directly overhead was constellation what's it called are cluster please or the seven sisters and I've always been drawn to a lot of people are allowed astronomers and people that look up love ladies and since I was a little kid I thought it was really neat and three years before as load my pregnant wife into our car at midnight to take your last we'll have our a baby girl and as as lowering the car she said you know we still don't have a name for this girl and I looked up and saw please and in the Cathal g they all have names e seven stars I think there's more than some seven stars and the oldest one is Maya and I said well we could call her Maya you know and that's how we ended up naming her and as I was laying in I feel and I look up and I saw please that moment three years before flashed into my brain and my memory it was the first time I I thought about who I was and what the rest of my life was like and that was just enough to get me up to get help because I figured if I try my hardest I don't get to help and don't make it it's not really sacrifice is hard as it might hurt to try to get the help if the end result is the same as me laying there it wasn't a sacrifice at all so that Kinda got me up and move in and through whatever pain struggles I was going to have and then fortunately as time went on the carbon dioxide was slowly being purged from my body and I was getting a little more strength Lamar Mental Faculty and I was able to kind of progress further after this realization I sat up and I kind of looked around reassessed the environment and I had just been going one direction and I didn't look anywhere else and this after scope the area and looked back at my airplane nine I realized that there was some woods right next to my airplane and just on the other side of the woods there was some buildings in a light and that was by far the closest structures to me so I started head back that direction I kind of made my way back to the plane I remember tapping it on the horizontal stabilizer taking it because at that point I grasp the gravity of the situation and I I really believe that the strength of the Mooney helped help save me on that one yeah they're legendary for that cabin strength in the moonies are known for that they designed it into the bill to their airplane and in this ace you're you're certainly glad they did I definitely so and you know as pilots we kind of have a a bond to our airplanes you know and we talked to him a little bit at least some of so I thanked and and then I kinda be lined it off towards that light and I was real close to these woods and the edge of the woods and there was a lot of Borussia and stuff and I remember thinking and if I was healthy and I would walk around this find a way around but I I was just pointed at point B I wanted to get to help so I decided kind of trudge through it and I got really tangled up in these these really thick brush and took a little bit to to realize that I was actually pressed against a barbed wire fence so I had I had kind of dropped down and I crawled under it then is in these woods and I had some trees which helped I can actually grab onto imbalance which was nice but I also had a lot more snow the field really windswept and didn't have much snow out but in the woods are as maybe a foot of snow that had kind of deal with but I try to kind of go from tree to tree and I'd fall down and crawl a bit and at this point I realized the gravity of how bad my hands were with the cold had zero feeling they really felt like bricks on my hands and I could move my fingers anymore and I was getting really upset that I was gonna live hi this is going to have all this damage to my hands and that really bothered me at that particular time but anyway I made it up to the the first outbuilding that I saw and kind of scurried along the edge and bounce myself on it and I got around the corner I saw house with a blue glow flicker of a TV you know in the window and it was the greatest light I've ever seen so marched over to the House and pounded on the window and and there was a wonderful lady inside who live there that the crab trees live at this house and I scared her half to death I think pounded on our window but she came in and let me in her house and and then called for help and and that's kind of where the end of the of that struggle struggle and how long do you think it queue to get from the time you started until you made it into the into the house while she made the the call and I'm GonNa Call Nine fifteen at night in the the last radar trace when I was about a thousand feet up was at seven forty eight so is about an hour

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Weekend Racing Preview | Randwick and Moonee Valley | Aug 24

Three Wide No Cover

03:57 min | 1 year ago

Weekend Racing Preview | Randwick and Moonee Valley | Aug 24

"Hello and welcome to everybody three wide no cover. I'm your host. Nathan branco white to get into some racing action on the weekend is welcoming to esteemed colleagues in one of us has a new job title. One of us has a very new job title. He's become a brand ambassador. Lock myself lock salmon julian the real worries the new tunnel the brand ambassador because you have billion form analyst up until nabet net not beat around brand ambassadors and there's a lot of work and day talia yesterday. It's not good. It's i'm not going to be probably up to the lead up to the lofty expectations. Are you guys have but we'll see how we got but i'll be still doing have you changed your email student to say brandon better than i have actually had an email l. signature so now that will and thirteenth group one winning jockey solomon muscial. He's getting fuel. Oh boy the the show punk it up a little bit but that's all the i ten weeks of best as well and josie that you've understand that you've stepped up and congratulations on the new title stepped up from the trading floor. You've all your trading jacket in us selling and watches and things on the wii ideal fleischer jacket and that we can apple brother add on the show larry go. Let's get into the report jus. You're gonna look at turkey because obviously you got. The wing stikes group on rising up in sydney. I grew one of the rising season ran week. We <hes> on i four at four mehta's the entire but expecting beautiful conditions not much wind around estee. We expect that the track to rice really fairly. It'll big tampa relied. It's obviously it's up on spayed going slowly. They're gonna be hard to run dan but i think every host chains but then also in melbourne we go oh to mooney valley rile at full mehta's entire circuit brownie software have at the moment was expecting no ryan today no ryan freud i but ryan on saturday but it might become lighter in the diana from rice's four onwards but on air analysis on al stuff <hes> back in the office inside hugely advantage latest are going to be in the box the hallway around so we've put alexan- basket of bang on spayed. There's a bit of a northerly wind which we in their faces in twelve hundred mehta shoot and coming round the hometown. We'll the home turn it'll be behind them completely but inside and late as big advantage at four maters peseta tom of the with the wind and the weather and the rhine and things changing. How did we get it right at caulfield last week. They want from everywhere yeah. Oh absolutely and i think i think you'll see with your selection. In the first rice the big prize gong wrong to his two forty two three dollars fifty now the reason what peavy was two to forty eight to thirty dollars fifty was the big prize that moved the market. They had similar analysis assist to us. They have probably better analysis with us and i were partying gate one gate to gate throughout the whole day and that's why people was being drifts especially a rice one. They got it wrong. The night tried to change their algorithms which they do because they've got great budget for it but <hes> that were on the train and the train was going the wrong direction gypped <hes> i bet boy that's very very well. When you do get new role sometimes it. It was a few feathers. The fellow tried is handling the affected. You have become a brain best well. They're just pointing at namm side. That's about where i sit with them at the moment now they they're. You got a target on your back too long to get on your

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"mooney " Discussed on Breaking Bitcoin (Audio)

Breaking Bitcoin (Audio)

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"mooney " Discussed on Breaking Bitcoin (Audio)

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"mooney " Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"mooney " Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"All right. Let's do this. How are you what the fuckers what the fuck buddies? What the fuck and ears. What the fuck Delic? What's happening Marc Maron? This is my podcast WT. F. Welcome to it. How's it going? How you holding up touching go over on this end. Oh. By the way, Kyle Mooney is on the show today from SNL talk to him a while back. Try to engage mister Mooney and some conversation. I think we did ok. He's a funny guy, and he does some interesting stuff on the show. So I was happy to talk to him. So that's going to happen in just a little while. Or right now, if you fast forward or in a little while if you hang out was, I can tell you so I've been doing therapy thing. I've been doing the EM DR therapy thing. And as I talked to you about it before, if you're just checking in, if you don't know what I'm talking about. I'm I'm, I'm trying out EM DR which is a, a, a sort of a, an interesting therapy that involves seemingly, a toy some buzzers you hold onto alternating buzzers, or they can use I movement. I should know what it stands for shouldn't I? Oh, there it is. I movement desensitization and reprocessing EMT are I guess they've had a lot of success with it treating people veterans with post traumatic stress disorder and they're just applying to general trauma, I e being alive, childhood, what have you. Now again, a lot of you know, I'm not incapacitated. I'm not stuck in some, you know, tailspin all the time, but I just want to do some fine tuning is that okay? I'd like to do some fine tuning of the, the mental vessel the brain carriage. But the, the processes of AMD ours. Interesting because you in an hour, you sort of, you know, you reprot reprocessing event, you pick a target event that you see as some kind of source of some of your sort of trauma base thinking or bad thinking, or or something. Holds you in place of shame, self loathing anger. Whatever it is. Whatever is the, the, the bit of business that could use some tweaking, you, you find target for it and you, you fight. You sit in it. You, you put you say it. You sit in the feelings, you do the buzzers, and then you stop. And you check in with the therapist, and, and then tell her or him where your brain is now. And then you go with that, and it's, it's interesting to track stuff, because if you're a human, you'll find that you'll talk about an event, and you'll sort of circle around it, and you'll end up right there, standing in front of your parents, saying something leave me alone. Go fuck yourselves. You don't really love me. Stop draining me you guys are overwhelming. Some people say I love you. Mommy and daddy. Thank you. Do I question their wiring abilities. So all right. But that's going well, and as we drift closer to actual authoritarianism, it's nice to have your own shit straight better know who you are when the shit goes down. So least you can hold onto your brain. If your brain is wired correctly, and you're not susceptible to. To the mind fuck, the big mind. Fuck it, you know, it might help you out as we drift closer into a. Fairly clear authoritarian system, which despite anyone's desire, or, or, despite anyone that believes it's not happening. It's happening. There's a there's an authoritarian system, taking hold with a strong theocratic arm. But then just a basic sort of kind of mind fuck swiftly slope. No truth anymore. Kind of thing going on. Yeah. Everybody's got their own perspective, their own opinion. They're the free thinkers. It's amazing. How many of the free thinkers are just sort of untethered confident idiots with, with some new words and other people's ideas, but try to stay grounded jarred. Make sure your wiring is tight Wailua Kanye, I hike today. I saw bunny. It's you know, I was kinda scared up their someone put something my brain. I'll tell one second all birds wool runners are. Comfy shoes made from wool..

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Deputies stop man in the middle of 'killing spree' in Michigan

Nick Digilio

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Deputies stop man in the middle of 'killing spree' in Michigan

"A twenty six year old man from Chicago is in custody after a killing spree in Michigan it likely face arraignment in court early this week being held in Ingham county. Police have the victims as twenty six year old Kaely and Brock Holt, Michigan thirty two year old Julianne Mooney of Williamson say both women knew the suspect. I said they acted on a tip from the suspect's ex girlfriend. He was arrested on outstanding

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Why The Price of Coke Didn't Change For 70 years

Planet Money

05:52 min | 2 years ago

Why The Price of Coke Didn't Change For 70 years

"Was an eighteen eighty six a nickel in one thousand nine hundred still a nickel ten years later. Nineteen ten and nickel. Nineteen twenty a nickel. Nineteen thirty a nickel nineteen forty a nickel. Nineteen fifty a nickel as late as nineteen Fifty-nine. You could buy a six and a half ounce bottle of Coca Cola for one nickel and for communists. This is a total freak of nature kind of thing. Prices. You can read in any textbook are supposed to go up and down the price of gasoline goes up and down depending on how much is available. How many people want it? How hard it is to get out of the ground. The price of a television depends on how expensive the components are to make and the price of labor. The price of butter goes up and down corn cars houses, everything prices change. They adjust. It's the basic mechanism for how markets work and yet. Four seventy years. You could buy a coke for five cents. Gocha Gola is the best drink in the land men women children the country over drink more Coca Cola than any other. Wondering is the five cent Drake of the nation proof that Coca-Cola quenches your thirst refreshes your spirits? Throws your taste is nothing else. Yes. Yes. Hello and welcome to planet money. I'm David Casten Val today. The strange story of nickel coke why it happened. What it says about the textbooks and? He. The. Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from each raid with all the jargon. Investing can feel like a foreign language. Each raid makes investing simple by providing personalized support and guidance in terms you can understand they let you get started in the market with as little as five hundred dollars. And then help you learn as you go you don't need to be approach to invest at each raid. For more information, visit eatright dot com slash NPR each rate. Securities LLC member, sipc. If you listen to planet money, you probably love learning new things NPR has another podcast series. You might like it's called life kit. It's a collection of guides on how to get your life together from getting better sleep to saving more money. Just search life get to subscribe. It's not a secret that coke cost a nickel for so long. You can go to any antique store and see the old signs. If you go to the Coca Cola museum in Atlanta, the tour guide will tell you. And normally people on the tour will just not yet things used to be cheap. But one day a guy named Daniel Levy took his kids to that museum. It's called the world of Coca Cola and so his family's on this tour and the tour guide just mentions this nickel coke thing. And Levy thinks wait what the night heard that. I said can you say that again, and repeat that and I kind of grabbed my in my head, right? I should how can that be? Daniel Levy, you see is an economist and for him, this is a mystery. So he basically hijacks the tour starts asking all these questions. How could coke stay nickel for so long and the tour guides like, I don't know. I don't know. So Daniel goes back to Emory University where he works, and he finds Andrew Young Daniel did kind of walk in and say that he found this craze. Thing one day. And you know, I need a research assistant you want to help me out with this project is yes, ounds, really interesting. Let's do it the more. They think about it. A single price for seventy years, the stranger it. Seems this puzzle becomes really really amazing venue actually consider but has happened during that period, the great depression, three wars spanish-american World War One World War Two competitors, including Pepsi, hundreds of competitors prohibition. Various lawsuits and nano distinct made any difference. We're talking about basically like eighteen as six into the nineteen fifties all of all of these dramatic changes to the economy going on and and one constant through. It all was that you could get six and a half hours of Coca Cola found nor in a bottle or five cents. If you think that's just because Coca-Cola came up with incredible innovations to cut costs to keep the price down. This is not that story. It's a much stranger story that tour guide when Danny. Had been grilling him said you should go to the Coca-Cola archives. So Daniel and Andrew do and it has all this stuff posters. Calendars, novelty items. This is Phil Mooney. The Coca Cola company archivist? He says the company has saved everything metal sons magazine advertising radio and television advertising departmental records. The answer was definitely in there somewhere product files executive correspondence is the secret formula for coke in there somewhere that is one thing that is not there. So our economists start going through the archives Mooney. The archivist says he can't explain how nickel coke began. It was an attempt to attract customers late eighteen hundreds were the days of soda fountains. And there were lots of soda fountain drinks, they were primarily food flavored drinks oranges and grapes. And what was the cost of the competitors? Seven eight maybe ten cents somewhere five cents. But coke went very specifically to market itself. Self as an affordable product the first sale. We know is in Atlanta at a store on Peachtree road on may eighth. Eighteen eighty six. I'm reading from the Coca-Cola official history here, Dr John Stith Pemberton a local pharmacist produced the syrup for Coca-Cola and carried a jug down the street to Jacob's pharmacy where it was sampled pronounced excellent and placed on

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Have You Lost Weight? How to Approach This Touchy Subject Without Being Offensive

All Ears English Podcast | Real English Vocabulary | Conversation | American Culture

04:42 min | 2 years ago

Have You Lost Weight? How to Approach This Touchy Subject Without Being Offensive

"Yeah. I'm not always sure how to handle these situations. Like, I mean, do you think it's rude to comment on someone's weight loss say, no, I don't think. So I think I mean, obviously if someone's gained a lot of weight like, yo. Yeah. Clearly, but I think when it comes to weight loss is usually not a root thing. It's usually. It's usually nice like we, you know, you could say something like you look great, which doesn't have to be directly about the weight. Right. I mean, I think that generally people are happy when others recognize their weight loss, especially if it's if it's a lot of weight like, and so this person, I think our listeners said it was a lot of weight too. If it's like, oh, you lost like the person lost five pounds. They might be a little bit embarrassed of us as on them. Because maybe they weren't. They didn't know that people could tell that they had put on weight. You You know know what what I mean? I mean? Yeah. True. But I think if it's a lot it's probably something that they worked hard on and things I think they will appreciate the acknowledgement generally. But I know I always feel funny in the situations. So I mean, but how do we say it? I mean a moon. He said, you know, it's good. What Mooney said is good? But maybe asking did you work out as the first thing is like a little bit direct. Right. And to just say you lost lots of weight. Maybe these things are a little bit direct. I maybe would have said like you look incredible. Did you lose weight as an option to ask that question? Right. By like, you said, you could just say you look incredible. But you know, complementing the person first before saying did you work out? Right. That will make them happy. Yeah. Yeah. So just going to the more general comment verse. Like, you look amazing. You look incredible. You look great. And then maybe asking something did you lose some weights? So the the weight is not at the very beginning. It's. Not all about the pounds and the weight and how they looked and look now it's more about there being like if you say you look incredible. It could be about a lot more than just the actual size of their waistband. You know, right. Right. Right. Exactly. Yeah. You gotta get that in there. Yeah. So they could look vibrant. They could look healthy. You know what I mean? It's a whole body thing. And you're right. Michelle, though, it is good to acknowledge it because they've if you're going to lose like one hundred pound or one hundred fifty pounds, you totally overhauled your lifestyle you've made a massive change. And I'm sure they would like to be acknowledged with right? If you if you work so hard, and then it's like, nobody noticed. And I feel I mean, you know, but everybody's different. Like, this is just one of those things that everybody is different. And so like, you know, I was saying I don't always know how to handle this myself. So you know, you really got to read the situation think about the person you're talking to. Well, I think one way to handle this is like it's say something like a very benign like say something like, oh, you look amazing. You know, did you lose weight? And then let them continue. Let them say something more if they want to right, right, right? I think that's a good point. Yes. So I mean, that's how I would answer this question. But you know, I want to also talk about how could you answer? How could you talk about your own weight loss? If you if you lost some weight, right Lindsay. Yeah. Exactly. So if it were in my position of I lost could say one thing I could say is. Yeah, I took off about thirty pounds. Right. Right. Right. Or you could say like, oh, I shed a ton of weight by swimming or something like that by doing yoga or by like, yeah. Doing like running marathons or. Or something. Yeah. Exactly. What's another one? Michelle, you could say something like, oh, I've been working out a lot and watching my diet. So yeah, I have lost weight. Thanks for noticing. Yeah. So those are good things to say. I mean. Yeah, I think the the key here is just let the other person talk. You're the one asking just let them and if they want to change the subject, let them do that to. Exactly, exactly so. Yeah. I mean, I think you're let's do a little role play. We're showing how this conversation might go. Okay. Sounds good. Michelle you ready? Okay. Yeah. Here we go. Hey lindsey. Oh, it's been so long. Wow. You look incredible. Did you lose weight? Yeah. I did Michelle. I took off about twenty pounds. Oh, that's amazing. Congrats. How'd you do it? Well, I've been working out a lot and watching my diet. So it just slid off. That's awesome. Thanks for noticing, by the way. Okay. Sure thing. All right. So yeah. It didn't sound like you were offended here did it. But of course, it was a make believe situation cry right now. I I don't think it's offensive for someone to say you look incredible. That's not offensive. That's that's that's kind. That's just

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"mooney " Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"mooney " Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

"I'm not watching the ten pm news on channel nine, but one day to just turn on that news one evening and see Sean Mooney there. It really was as much like catch a watch, seeing a ghost as anything I could imagine. You know, it was really, it was really cool, but it was very, very cool getting to talk to Sean Mooney and and having them on the show. And you know firm to say nice things about me like, I don't even know how to deal with that to tell you the truth. I don't know how to sit there and be like, oh yeah, Sean, of course, you know, you pay attention to what I'm doing. It's nuts. It's totally crazy. But thanks. He ended Sean Mooney and make sure you guys listen to his podcast because it's just that he's got his sharing his insight, especially showing his insight on the business today. Very, very interesting stuff speaking to the business today. I did notice real quick that a couple of the guys from WWE were posting tweets apologizing for. Tweets and man it just like if they feel that way, I'm all for it. If people want to apologize for stuff they did in the past, you know, apologized for stuff you did in the past. That's fine. I think a lot of people change and it's kind of what I've been talking about. You know, there's, there's this thing in us that should allow us to forgive people to make who make mistakes, especially when these mistakes are a long time ago, I think. And this isn't just for wrestling all the sort of tweets get drawn hop. You know, it happened to a baseball player this week. It happens to celebrities and having to James Don from guardians of the galaxy. You sit there and it's tweets from years and years and years ago, and I'll never understand how somebody can make an off handed joke. Maybe they were having an off night. Maybe they used poor taste for one moment. Maybe it was a different time and people weren't as aware. As to how insensitive it was to make certain comments that happens too. But this idea that somebody can tweet something six, seven, eight years ago and it comes up now, right? There's no, it's clear that in the last however many years they haven't been making jokes like this. There are different person. You know, I guess apologizing is fine, but it's when people decide it's time to punish people for tweets. That came out years ago that don't really match the person that we know today. You know, it's just it's a shame. I don't think, you know, we love social media. We love Twitter, and we loved the idea that people that we look up to people that we look at it..

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"mooney " Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"mooney " Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

"But yeah, it's, it's, it's fascinating and it's almost like when you're in, you feel like, you know you're, you're the part of the mafia that you know doesn't whack people, you know. You know you're in and you're like a made guy, and you're and it's that way forever, but it's not easy getting in by any stretch of immagination. I would imagine when you left, you had to step away from the product entirely. At what point did you start watching again. 'cause you know you brought up the MS earlier. At what point do you start watching kind of as a fan. It was. It was years a few years later when my son, when he got older, like five or six, he really started getting into it. And that of brought me back as I used to sit and watch. And so that was God. That was when that was probably the nineties. You know, late nineties, no, early two thousands to, but I I had kind of caught started watching because I was fascinated by the rock and you know that whole thing with wood stone co when everything and the attitude era as like, this is different. And so I, I wasn't. Weekly, but I started to keep up on it because I was just fascinated by what was happening as that was going on. Did you ever have any thoughts of, okay, how Sean Mooney how would Sean Mooney fit into the attitude era or were you thinking to yourself? Yeah, this is probably not the time for me. I would. I want. I would've loved to. Jonathan Coachman, and he got to do all that stuff with Iraq. I was like, oh, that's so me. I'd love that. All right. Well, I think I gotta let you go. You're busy guy. You got a hundred thing. But I do want to course, whenever you're in New York, extend the invitation to you. You got a podcast. Now you are back full force in the wrestling world in love to see n. I think probably the funniest part of this, because I know as I was listening to you, it hit me a couple times there. Certain, I, I don't even know what words that were, but there's certain moments at in this conversation that we were having that I go. That's the voice that's and I think that I think that a lot of people are going to have the same experience listening to this. So Sean, I appreciate you making the time and we gotta do this again, man. Yeah. In folks please to the two print time with Shawn moody. A lot of my old pals lot of the superstars have been guests and we have new ones every week, and I think you'll enjoy it. It's a conversation. I don't call them interviews and you know, Sam, I really love listening to the stuff that you've done. You were Bennett inspiration to me just listening to some of the I. The way you have this report with the people and you know, it's been fun. It really has been fun to be back and also going to be a part of star cast when that comes up. So folks keep tuning in why it's incredible to hear you say that night. Freesheet man. All right. Sam robber. Oh, man. How cool was that? Let me know if you guys had the same experience that I did listening to Sean Mooney talk just I don't. There were just certain moments. Maybe it wasn't word so much moments in that conversation where I just listened to his voice in. I just get that feeling. I don't know if it's deja vu because you know what it is usually deja vu. You don't exactly know what you're feeling. But with Sean Mooney there were there was just like statement just sounds that he was making that we're bringing me all right back to my childhood, watching Sean Mooney at that event center getting hyped up for whatever pay per view or TV show or live event or whatever it was. They was hyping up and I never forget. I'll never forget the shock when I saw Sean Mooney on UPN because back then that was like ninety four ninety five. The internet wasn't the internet that we know now. So people could just disappear when they would leave TV. They were just gone, you know, unless you like you were subscriber to the wrestling observer. Or something like that, which I wasn't. I was a kid, they would just disappear and then one day to just I'm not a kid..

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"mooney " Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"mooney " Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

"Put it in, get twenty dollars off your first purchase. Go, see whatever it is that you want to see, hey, man lives in event seek, has the tickets go to see geek, get that up promo code Sam and just do it. Do it now with get back to Sean Mooney in my parents bathroom. So you. Left WWE. Did you do that because you were worried about the company? Did you do that because you wanted some kind of mainstream news credibility, or did you do it because it had just run its course than a man can only read live events for so many markets before he goes nuts. Yeah, it was pretty much that you know, people always ask, you know that usually, you know, to get fired digit and it really it just got to the point where you know I, the event center was killing me. I mean, it was just. But being it was one of those things you have the all this great things happen to you, but then you've the price pay is really, I mean, to be in a room after a while, it just drives you crazy. And then you know doing these events and I didn't mind it, and I even went to vents and said, look, I wanna start doing more and that's when they had the Murray. Hodson experiment didn't work out so well. And initially he was supposed to help take over the event center. So I could go do more. I don't know if they were thinking if this can do it, then Mooney's out. But at least that was kind of the door that was opening for me because you know, I was doing, you know, these Coliseum videos, and I was getting involved in doing a lot of the jets and I did the prime time and I thought, you know, I can do this stuff and I love doing it. I just wanted to do more. But the event center was a four day thing and Vinci's like, well, that's that's most important. And so it just seemed like that's where I was going to be. And you know it wasn't that wanted to be a news manner or anything like that. That's another story. Or how all that happened. But you know, I just wanted, I didn't. It was kind of that crosswords. Okay. You want to be a wrestler announcer for the rest of your career or do you want to do other things? And I always wanted to do entertainment, and I didn't know if the opportunity was going to be there because they were bringing additioning other announcers, and you know, I just felt like it was it was a time to do it. Yeah. And I mean, I remember, you know, watching prime-time and every now and then one of the matches would pop up, maybe you and like Lord Alfred Hayes or something doing commentary, but it wasn't all that often that you got to do it with that was something that you wanted to do. I want to be doing more this play by play stuff. No, it wasn't necessarily the play by play. Although, you know, Alfred and I did hours and hours. It's just that it wasn't seen in the United States did all the international matches..

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"mooney " Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"mooney " Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

"I mean every day, you know, however many hours a day that's crazy. Groundhog day. Yeah. And you know, there was so much material. You couldn't put it in a prompt or so I had to ad lib that stuff, and I would get, you know, there was things you could do, but still you had to nail the market. You had to whatever the venue was. Yeah, and it just went on and a great story about that sky television. We started doing that pretty much Alfred and I were the first ones to do any kind of customization, and you know, for England, and I remember the first time we went over there and g taught me early on to localize things, you know, and you couldn't get on the internet back then, but I would get these atlases and you know, come up with these little towns and I would localize things and find out a bar somewhere or whatever. So we were the first ones to really be addressing people in England. I remember the first time we went over there and I remember people would recognize me when I went to the, you know, different house shows or whatever. But for the most part, I left very normal life. We went to England and we're staying in this hotel. Remember. Bobby was with us, and you know, few other people, and we were sitting in this bar and these fans came and just, you know, rush this hotel. There was just hundreds of them and I thought, well, they don't know who I am. I mean, they're going to Bobby, and there is a few of the boys there, and I kept hearing these people say, it's the lad, it's the lad and me, and I like what the hell. Well, it was because I was talking about them where they lived and who you know, and that was that just absolutely blew me away everywhere we went to. It was crazy. Did you? And you also like you have to keep in mind and you probably don't realize this as you're doing is you're sitting in this studio with three other people for hours a day, defeating yourself over and over. It's not even like it's real life, but for us watching your face, like we watch the stuff religiously and your face is, you know the most consistent face that we seek is not every superstars on every week for sure, but. Every single week, Sean Mooney is they're throwing to this guy throw into that guy throw into this promo. So a, you know, you do become a TV start like right under your nose. Yeah. It took me a long time to understand that now because you know when I started, I did that appearance on the thousandth episode of raw and that's really the first time Sam I ever came back and had really done anything. And I just remember my son had set up this Twitter account for me at the time, and I took him there to the vet with me. It was like this twenty-seven merit, twenty seven hour marathon, and there's a tell you some great stories about that sometimes. But anyway, the next day we're going to the hotel and he looks at my Twitter is dead look at this. Like what? Like three thousand followers on Twitter in one night and I'm like, what the hell. And then I started hearing from people trying to get me to go to different these memorabilia shows and stuff like that for signings as what why they held, they would. They want me. I need to to be these things. And I finally went to one and to actually talk to some of these fans that love. That era, the eight hundred ninety s and like I talk about it in my podcast. I, I don't think there's ever been a time that has matched that, and we could probably go on for hours why? But when it comes down to it, it was just a magical time. There was so much going on, you know what then did with professional wrestling and the hulkamania in the whole thing. And it was during their childhood and that to them was an awesome time of life. So when you see somebody who was a part of that during that when when you see those shows and it brings back such great memories, it's like running into somebody who was had a bit part at a part on that favorite television show and you get to meet them..

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"mooney " Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"mooney " Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

"This is big for anybody. I think that grew up watching wrestling around the same time as me. I think a lot of us did and this man's face was I would say, Omni present on most of WWE's programming for a lot of years with his gentlemen, Sean Mooney, Sean, what's the half's? Wow. That's a hell of an introduction. Could you could you discount that loop off there for me and just sent to me because Sam Roberts just made one of the best reductions I've ever had coming on as a guest with a podcast. Hey, I'm, I'm glad we finally were able to chat here because you know I was, I thought I was going to have to go all MS on you. When he came into the studio and was a little upset that Conrad and I think Bruce were stopping in and he was he was kind of moved out of the way, but I don't do that. That's not me. No, I'm glad. I'm glad you could see my true character that we there were. There were a lot of there's a lot of adversity in our way before. That's it. Yeah, but I tell you, I love that that exchange between you two, I think MRs. Awesome. I always have even when the doubters route there. I thought that the guy was like incredibly talented, but I digress already. We know it's a good point. You were kind of people like me people around my age. The way I interact with wrestlers I think has a lot to do with growing up watching guys like you and like Gino Carlin and Lord Alfred Hayes, and the way you guys would interact with superstars when you guys were on TV. I mean, that's the model. I think you can hear it in a lot of wrestlers. Voices now that they're not wanna say mimicking, but certainly inspired by the promos that were cut a with you the superstars. And I feel like, you know, today's announcers, and this isn't a slight on anybody. It's just the way TV is made now don't really show a ton of personality by design, not because they don't have it. But when you are around even though you were the straight news guy when it came time for you to go back and forth with any of these superstars, you kinda show a lot of personality and you would react that off of a lot of what they were doing, how how hands on was Vince McMahon in the way that you were that you interacted with these superstars and what was kind of the instruction back then? Well, I want to back up a little on the question before we talk about that because you mentioned something I think is really important that you know it is unfortunate today. Way that these very talented announcers, and I've worked with a couple I work with Charlie and we did a DVD together and I thought she was very good. And I watched some of these others and it's just unfortunate. They're not really given that opportunity to show that personality because I thought that that was a huge part of putting over these superstars when you got the opportunity because it was that interaction in that in the, you know, and that reaction. And I, it's, it's unfortunate that's way it is. And like you said, it's not a slight to these people because I think that many of them have given the opportunity would really the show, you know, really shine and be part of the product, really the content they would really add to it because people like Jean Oakland, geez, you know, you look back at some of the stuff gene did and it's and it's really amazing as at what he brought to those promos back back in the day. But as you mentioned, you're like of Vince thence has. I don't think he's changed a bit because I still quite a few. To work with a company and they say he's as involved as ever and he was very much involved. But one thing that was great about Vansem even though they would give you the instruction about where we're going with something, it wasn't a word for word scripted..

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"mooney " Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"mooney " Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

"You're not going to get to hear it. What am I gonna do. Due for this episode of Sam Roberts wrestling podcast says, oh, I'm sitting there. I'm looking around go, what's the move? What's the move? My mom's over at my house. She's waiting for my son to wake up from his nap so that she can watch him while I talked to Sean Mooney. Okay. That's the deal that I have right now for this day I'm sitting there going on. Do you have internet at your house? She goes, yeah, there was no problem with the internet over there, so I go, okay, I go downstairs in my not Sam studio here on the wall. You know if you've seen it on YouTube, you see all the skis and stuff all over the wall. Everything's got a little meaning for the most part. Everything's got a little meaning behind it. I guess some of it's just Chachis, but most of it has at least a little bit of meaning I go. And one of the things I've hung up on the wall is the original USB microphone that I was doing. Sam Roberts wrestling podcast out using when I didn't have this studio before we built a not Sam studio. This is a little microphone that I would plug into my ipad and record off. Of there. So I go, okay, that's no longer a decoration. I grabbed that. I looked through. I save all these cables. I got bags of electronics and stuff like that. I look through it. I find my wire the USB wire that cable that connects the microphone to the computer. I go upstairs, I grabbed my old laptop. I grabbed the charger for it. I grab Samir buds. I go. I gotta go run out of the house drive to my parents house. I'm texting Sean Mooney just a second. Just a second. I'm right on top of that rose. I'm right on top of that rose. I go into my dad's house. My dad's there, I call it my dad's house because my mom's at my house, my dad's there I go. Yeah, I gotta do this thing. He goes. Yeah. I know your mom told me your mom called. Okay, good. So that means we don't have to do this whole conversation thing. I go upstairs, right? And I plug in and then realize my parents are out of their minds and the entire second floor of the house. The first floor every room is too loud because it's raining sheets down now now is the time that it started raining sheets. So everywhere you go in the house, you're just hearing, rain, rain, rain, rain, rain, can't do that. Trying to give you guys a great experience. So I go upstairs and I go, okay, I'll just sit down in the hallway. There's a rug here. It all. It's good for the sound no problem, right. I sit down in the hallway and I realize that because I lived in that house for about, I don't know, nineteen twenty years of my life. I don't hear what you guys will here, which is everywhere you go on that second floor. There's ticking clocks in just about every room on the second floor, and I got so used to him as a kid that I go into that house and I don't hear him, but somebody who's not used to being in that house is all that they here. So I can't do it in this hallway. 'cause I don't hear the tick talking behind me and all of you will you guys are going to be like, hey, what's with the tick tock? And I'll be like, did you listen to Sean Mooney at all? That's your question. What's what the tick talks. So I go into the bathroom. Shut the door. Unitech talks a little bit. You might hear him a little bit grabbed my old microphone. Plug it in turn on Skype on the old computer and boom were off to the races. But that's all to say, if you're wondering why it doesn't sound like I'm in the not Sam studio for this interviews because I'm not in the Nazi studio. However, I want you to go through history..

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"mooney " Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"mooney " Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

"Now I'm gonna tell you something this conversation. Today's conversation with Sean Mooney. It was not the easiest thing in the world for me to get done, not due to any fault of Sean Mooney Sean Mooney and I were, we were put in contact with each other, which is still mind blowing. I mean, the whole point of this show is that I'm a giant WWE fan. Everybody knows this. I talk like a WWE fan. I talked to WWE fans as the whole reason. This show exists that we can have a place to talk about this thing that we like so much. So the idea that I'm put in contact with Sean Mooney Sean Mooney was a staple of WWE TV from about nine thousand nine hundred eight. Let's say the late eighties until the early nineties. He probably had a good five or six year run of every event center. He would pop up in commentary for primetime wrestling. He would interview do the promos backstage every now. And then really it was Sean Mooney. It was Bobby, the brain Heenan. It was Lord Alfred Hayes. It was gorilla monsoon these and mean gene Oakland, Sean Mooney, Lord, Alfred Hayes gorilla monsoon Bobby the brain Heenan mean Gino Caroline for a lot of us. This was our childhood announce team, and it really is amazing to kind of get the perspective from these guys. Now years removed now that we're all adults and we can have conversations. It's an all all all these people have amazing stories to tell. And I wanted to get this amazing story and I wanted to get here on the podcast so I could share with you one thing to sit down with Sean and a bar, and having tell me all kinds of stories that's not good enough for me. Let's record those stories. Let's put them out on the internet. Let's let you listen to them. So of course, the idea is that going to get in contact with Sean Mooney via Skype, and I'm going to do it here in the wonderful vivacious, beautiful, not Sam studios. Unfortunately, sometimes you want things to happen and they don't happen so easily. So today I record this on Wednesday the night. Literally this thing, if you listen to this. As soon as it gets released. I'm recording this, you know, six hours before it comes out or something like that. So Sean Mooney we get in contact. We have a an interview scheduled today. I had a meeting that I had to go through this afternoon. Then I had to rush home to make sure that he at this interview done, right. So rush home on time I get here. Everything's good. It's storming in New York leg off and on. There's thunder. There's lightning there. Torrential downpours. It's just ugly off and on though. Sometimes it'll be bright and sunny, beautiful August afternoon, other times, rain, thunder, lightning, and it all goes in fifteen minute increments. So I get in the house. And for some reason, files has screwed. The boot. The internet is down all over the house, the internet's down. I restart the modem. I plug I unplug. I plug in. I unplug again unplugged then than plug again. Nothing is working red. Red dot of death. The globe on my modem is red and I'm sitting there and we're already late and I know that Shaun's got a busy schedule. He's got a couple of. He's got other interviews to do. He's got things to do. He's not the type of man that you just leave around waiting. So I'm texting with him. I'm going Sean. I'm sorry. This is really embarrassing. Plus I wanted Lee at least like some people. There are some people left that have some kind of weird idea that I'm actually a professional broadcaster me calling myself the last professional broadcaster I've done it long enough that there are a few people out there that still might have this idea that I actually am a professional. Unfortunately, I do stuff like this, and it really really gets that idea right out of people's minds, so internet's not working. Plug on, plug, plug on plug and I'm sitting there, what am I going to do? I'm taxing Sean Mooney couple minutes couple minutes. I'm so sorry, internet's down. I'm trying to figure this out. I need the internet. I just call him on the phone because if I call him on the phone, I can have a conversation with him, but it's not going to get recorded..

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"mooney " Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:50 min | 3 years ago

"mooney " Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The blame shortstop is peter mooney batting eighth and playing at third base cedo culver than batting ninth and pitching is tyler cloyd it's hot one in new orleans dan carter it's all yours all right eric thank you welcome into some friday night baseball from the big easy it is hot ninety one degrees hot heat index of one hundred and two smoking out here eightythree back into springs the breeze here out of the south southwest at around five miles per hour blowing out and fifty seven percent humidity have clear skies overhead few clouds off in the distance but bright and sunny here in the deep south for game two of this four game series the cakes in their home whites with a navy blue gold and teal trim blue caps blue sleeves navy blue socks nola printed in big block letters on the front of those white jerseys sky sox wearing the powder blues tonight with the navy blue sleeves emanating from shoulders cbs logo on the left chest players number on the right chest the blue caps blue sox gray pants we'll get ready to get this one underway the hires than i paul clemens has the plate clemens behind the plate twenty eight year old at of oxford kansas is calling balls and strikes and you have clint van racket i and the crew chief mike shoupo the empire at third red phillips climbs into face right hander tyler cloyd in front of a crowd that is still filing in here at the shrine first pitch of the game swinging a mess foul tipped into the mid of catcher chad wallich and we have liftoff here in phillips last night over four with a run scored the pitch is a strike and he's behind owen too brad hitting thirty seven with four home runs twenty one rb is both the hitter and the pitcher and shadows your comes claude the pitch writes hi defensively cedo covert third peter mooney the shortstop eric campbell at second john rodriguez playing i here comes the one to delivery popped up bank of third and shallow left going out to shortstop and making the running grab as peter mooney nice play by mooney three tire phillips who pops to shore to begin the game and now orlando arsia to the plate the outfield rafael ortega in left magner sierra in center isaac galloway right the catcher is chad wallich and on the mound tyler cloyd thirty one year old right hander out of papillion home of the storm chasers they're in nebraska right hander on right handed the first pitch is low ball one arsia one for four had that rbi double last night in the third inning to give the sky sox a one nothing lead takes a strike and account as one and one marcy hitting to seventy eight a home run and three rbi's since safely and four in a row and he takes low ball too talking with manager rick sweet about rcn what they're working on with him at the plate and they just he just said plate disciplined this is foul behind the plate and account is even a two and two and he likes what he sees so far from arsia says he's not quite going after the scene pitches that he was before working hard the pitch low and account fills up three and two cloyd face the sky sox before the break in the springs was on friday so a week ago game one of a doubleheader chop fouled outside a third by rcn account remains full at three and two cloyd in that game suffered the loss the final score was two to one went five innings giving up two runs one earned on three hits at a walk and five strikeouts surrendered a home run to jacob nottingham the payoff delivery is strike three cold got him looking at our sia we'll head back to the third base dugout having struck out the second out here in the first inning tyrod taylor to the plate manager rick sweet.

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"mooney " Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"mooney " Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"I mean it prior had the talent of course but i always thought that mooney was really the the material was moonies yeah mooney would got it into shape yeah he did he would he would basically give it and then prior put it together and and it was it was magic you know wow so that that partnership was pretty solid pretty solid how is paul doing paul's paul melissa myself paul he's not doing well and it's gonna be sad because when he goes and poetry listening and i hope you around forever but when he goes that will really be a milestone i mean prior got all the you know it's not that it'd be corny but really the wind the wind beneath his wings really because of paul buni was on richard show and and he was but really the material they're genius the biting the the he was the guy that would he was like half of richard's brain i think so because if you listened to mooney you see you hear a lot of a prior stuff and even some comics will will accuse money man he's just doing he's doing the truth is prior was doing mooney yeah i believe yeah obviously and then he co wrote that movie right that jo jo dancer movie he didn't he he wrote a lot of suffer he and i wrote a script called a blacks against you know we were almost we went down to magnolia we to films we had a deal and then mony saw another black guy there that he didn't like and he blew that the on that and i said i begged man who who the fuck is that guy he was now but now this ain't gonna go nowhere so we had a deal for this movie and then it wasn't than the still out there because he got he got pissed off at somebody who's you know morning still a very particular person he don't suffer no fools you know but when you were there in eighty two eighty three parking cars i mean who were the people that we saw the time all the big ones was of williams the late robin williams was there all the time roseanne roseanne no not really not.

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"mooney " Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"mooney " Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"You have to get better that because in a small organization it's it's pretty easy right you don't really you really have to do in decentralized command if you've got five people working for you you can actually just control them you don't really have to use decentralized command it's a place to begin it and and instill that culture but you can get away without it because you can actually you can actually watch everyone you can direct everyone you can influence everyone you can actually lead them directly when you're in a small organization so you don't have to be all that great at decentralized command but as you get bigger you just can't do that anymore so the only way to watch everyone and direct everyone and influence everyone and lead everyone the only way to do that is through your subordinate leadership is through decentralized command so you have to be better at that now i will say that the one thing that you may be have to adjust it's not really a principle but you you are going to have to look at your communication methods you're gonna have to look at your communication methods you just aren't gonna be able to meet with everyone face to face anymore you do you won't have time mooney you your organization when your organization gets big enough you won't they'll be employees there in subordinate leaders that you'll never see maybe some you know some that you've never been on a call with so how do you get the message how do you get the mission all the way through the organization we have to do with these centralized command but how do you communicate it and my thing is always like you have to communicate and every available method and the bigger you get the more the larger your organization is you gotta to take advantage of everything going to take advantage of calls of emails of meetings of of physical documents that you put out and say hey everyone read this and and you make videos i'm making that recommendation a lot now too big larger organizations that i work with is why aren't you know.

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"mooney " Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

Courtside with Seth Greenberg

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"mooney " Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

"At nc state to me was really really impressive i am not you know i accept let them go farther with that to validate that win i thought was really mature your when you you know nets which you can i do nancy aa tournament you went on thursday got play saturday went on friday got play sunday so i that me do they defend well enough is that a concern oh i think there's concerns i don't think there by any stretch of the imagination a finished product i think there's a concern about the defense i think there's a concern about two bigs on his score can they get scorned hundred debts that's the biggest carr's roy told me he put all three of those big young kids together you get the best player in the country gets shack but you can't put them all together all separate so you got play him for a variety of reasons but set i i really felt like i really felt like to maturity they showed and have continued to show that was a dogfight last night there wasn't that wasn't team crump puts in let's go get a win and go home so my guy john moody mooney moody mooney was big in the first half five threes in the first half he was supposed to go moody it'd be like the background we go i mean that that was unhappy about job resumes ridiculous i'ma go another direction for you oklahoma i think we've lost five the last six room have people figured out how to you don't stop trey young but you make him become more of a volume shooter you make him work that much harder to get the ball a you make other people make plays.

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"mooney " Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

Courtside with Seth Greenberg

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"mooney " Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

"At nc state to me was really really impressive i am not you know i accept let them go farther with that to validate that win i thought was really mature your when you you know nets which you can i do nancy aa tournament you went on thursday got play saturday went on friday got play sunday so i that me do they defend well enough is that a concern oh i think there's concerns i don't think there by any stretch of the imagination a finished product i think there's a concern about the defense i think there's a concern about two bigs on his score can they get scorned hundred debts that's the biggest carr's roy told me he put all three of those big young kids together you get the best player in the country gets shack but you can't put them all together all separate so you got play him for a variety of reasons but set i i really felt like i really felt like to maturity they showed and have continued to show that was a dogfight last night there wasn't that wasn't team crump puts in let's go get a win and go home so my guy john moody mooney moody mooney was big in the first half five threes in the first half he was supposed to go moody it'd be like the background we go i mean that that was unhappy about job resumes ridiculous i'ma go another direction for you oklahoma i think we've lost five the last six room have people figured out how to you don't stop trey young but you make him become more of a volume shooter you make him work that much harder to get the ball a you make other people make plays.

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