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Louisiana state troopers charged in beating of Black man
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"moss" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did
"To be pretty digestible, easy to read. And really reframe this individual versus the collectivist, which is a lot of what we're going to talk about today. Yes, we are. So listen, not everybody listens to every shot. So there's going to be some people coming in right now. They're going to see, I don't know if we called the other one part one, but they're going to see that this is a follow up. Or they're going to know it's a follow-up from what we're saying now. And what I will say, anyone listening now didn't listen for that. Press stop or press pause. Go back, we're about ten episodes ago, 12 episodes ago. Listen to the first interview I did with Mark moss because you need to listen to that before you listen to this because that's going to frame what we're going to talk about today. That said, some people, they won't do that. I think it's going to work either way, but they should. But also some people won't remember the entire conversation. So can you just like, can you try and do a TLDR summary of what we spoke about last time? So I was where we're at. So to recap and kind of set the stage for where we're going is that what's going on in the world today is crazy. Everybody wants to know, like, we've never seen this before. People are each other's throats and tensions have never been high. Governments are trying to take powers that they've never had. Lockdowns mandates, protests, financial systems blowing apart everything, like the whole world is being turned upside down. And a lot of people think that this might blow over, things go back to normal things like that, or this was a black swan event who could have ever known that there would be this virus that would cause a that's why all these protests are happening, right? It's because of the virus, et cetera. And what I would say is no, that's not true, as a matter of fact, we did know this was going to happen because this is a cycle of history that we're in. And so if we go back in a long enough period of time and look back, we see that while progress is exponential and it's going like this, it repeats their cycles that would repeat within there. So that's kind of the premise of it. And then what we did is that we looked at with financial indicators, typically you're looking for an indicator that tells you where you think things would be going. And with indicators, you don't want one indicator you want multiple indicators that try to kind of tell you the same thing. And so what I've done is I've looked at different cycles that operate on different time frames that are in different parts of the market. And so we talked about three. One, like political cycles. And those operate on an 84 year cycle, which is a regime change or a populist uprising, so what every 84 years we see this popular uprising, which we're seeing right now, 84 years ago was in the World War II. 84 years before that was, we were just talking about Karl Marx. He wrote that communist manifesto back then. And then three times 84 equals 252, which is the big revolution cycle. So 250 years ago was American French Revolution in terms of the process of reformation. So that's the political cycle. And then we looked at the technological revolutions, which operate on a 50 year cycle. 40 to 60 also could be known as a K wave cycle. And so again, 40 to 60, I scroll on 50 year cycle. And a technological revolution is not a new technology like an iPhone and technology revolution is something that changes the course of humanity. Changes the way humanity works..
"moss" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour
"With Anne moss Rogers, you are an author, you sadly lost a son to suicide. How many years ago was it? It was in 2015. So pretty fresh. Pretty fresh. And you have one vocal cord. So you're gonna try to preserve it as we record. So I'm a public speaker and I'm also a brain tumor survivor. So and when they did the radiation, I lost some of my swallows. I can still swallow. It just takes me forever to eat. And then I only have one vocal cord and had surgery so that you'd be able to hear me now. Otherwise I'd be whispering. Talk before we talk about the other stuff. Talk about what it's like coming out the other side or even during having a brain tumor and looking death in the face. Oh, it was really scary. You know, the tough part for me wasn't as much being in it because I got a ton of support then. It was after it was sort of over, especially the first time I had to kind of go through a second treatment and it was a benign tumor, but it wreaked a lot of havoc, and it was in a very dangerous place as wrapped around my carotid artery. But I remember after I got home from the hospital. So where was the tumor? It was wrapped around my carotid artery. So in the base of the skull. Oh, okay. And you've got a lot of cranial nerves there. So any slight growth can ruin, you know, I mean, had it been left there, it would have just been a slow and agonizing death. Really ugly kind of ALS kind of demise. And there was one surgeon in the world who was able to remove it and that was pretty remarkable because he was only two hours away. So I went through that experience. I come home and it's like, I don't know how to get back into life. It's like I've been dropped into a desert without a compass. And that was agonizing for me. I just didn't know where to go with my life. I didn't know what to do. And how long ago was this? This was the first time in 1999 from about the middle of 2000. And then I had the radiation in 2017 after my son got. And then for whatever reason, everything was fine and then 6 months later I lost a lot of swallow, add a lot of breathing problems. And the vocal cord collapsed. So for about 18 months, all I could do was whisper. Sad go to social events and nobody could hear me. I just felt so isolated. I really, really struck. That's when I struggled the most, because I was I felt antisocial, I would speak up and no one could hear me. While that had to be so frustrating. It was. And it gave me, you know, it just gave me a new perspective on how it might feel to lose your voice or to be deaf. I mean, I am deaf in one ear, but I do have hearing in the other ear. And the brain tumor took that too. But I'm really lucky. I'm really lucky. Were you a person of not necessarily organized religion, but a person of any kind of faith before this during it after it I was brought up in the Episcopal Church, but I can't say I'm a real religious person on the spiritual person. I do believe there's something beyond us. That's essentially what I was asking, because you know, you're perspective on this, I think it's something that's so difficult for so many people to not feel a victim of the universe, you know, losing your son, losing your vocal cord. You know, struggling to swallow food. I mean, that's that is a lot of really big stuff. And I think for a lot of people, it could make them bitter and really negative. Don't strike me as that kind of a person, and I wonder sometimes where that comes from from person to person because I think everybody obviously is a little different and where they where they find their strength and their ability to keep a positive perspective. You know, I think it is, I didn't want to live my life that way. You know, if I live myself bitter and angry every day what does that benefit? How does that benefit me or anybody else around me? Do I really want to live that way? Yeah, there's this saying having a resentment is like taking the poison and waiting for the other person to die. I like that. I like that. So I just it just doesn't benefit me. And in terms of Charles dying, baz suicide, he wouldn't want me to live that way. Yeah. And how old was he? He was 20. Yeah. And he struggled with substance use disorder. And depression. And you know there were all these clues, Paul, and I didn't see them. He talked a lot about death, starting in middle school. Samantha and struggle with thoughts of suicide, probably since fourth or 5th grade. Because I didn't know the signs, just one on my radar at all. I mean, this is the funniest most popular kid in school, you know? That's not the type, right? Yeah. And when they, when they came and told me, we found your son Charles dead this morning..
Beijing offering COVID-19 boosters, 4 months before Olympics
"China's capital Beijing has started offering based assaults against cabbage nineteen months before the city is due to host the winter Olympics the booster shot would be available to at risk groups who have received two days Chinese vaccines including those participating organizing working on games facilities the extra job has been running out across cities throughout the boss nation but Chinese authorities have been extra cautious about who gets the booster the games are set to begin on February the fourth with any residents of China allowed in the stands China has been largely successful in preventing local transmission three strict requirements on moss wearing quarantining and contact
Bills force 5 turnovers, overwhelm Mills and Texans 40-0
"Forty two nothing the final here buffalo over Houston tight end Dawson Knox caught two touchdown passes from Josh Allen Zach moss ran one in backup quarterback Mitchell Trubisky also with the rushing touchdown as the bills defense took the ball away five times in this game Houston offense of Lee just one of nine on third downs a total net yards of one hundred and nine for the Texans buffalo now three one on the season Houston falling to one in three G. Battaglia orchard park New York
2021 Emmys: Winner Predictions for Outstanding Drama Series
"Let's talk about some of the nights. Toughest categories the emmy for outstanding drama series goes to margin. Which show do you think is going to take it. I hate to be so predictable. But i honestly think the crown i know. Aaron doesn't like it which tells me it's the only thing we've ever really disagreed on show. Well written is so well active. It's so well depicted. You get a sense that you are in one of the most iconic and well known families and what they have gone through so i just think that. They deserve their roses. I'm not gonna say fully dislike it with the full. Stop a man. He just hasn't evolved yet. Let me let me let me. Give you the pallet cleanser. You need less fresh. let's night. I will turn you onto the crowd. I'm gonna make sure that. I took four naps that day. Prior and then i'll be fully energized and ready. And maybe maybe i should do it post pregnancy so i really don't falsely anyway moving on as we're snoozing on the and made stale like handmaid's him when they're up for a nomination they take it home. They sweep in many categories. So i'm just excited that they're back on this platform to again. Really good picks. I'm leaning more towards handmaid's tale because it was so action packed. And i felt like elizabeth. Moss's directing debut was unbelievable. However we love to give a sendoff. We love to give a proper send-off pose this final season. The cast the story lines. What was written on that paper and what came to screen was so unbelievable. Right and it was life imitating art and art imitating life with billy porter storyline. So i think if you weren't oppose fan when you heard it was a final season. I feel like a lot of people got into it and i think they're going to be able to take it and they did already take home. Some creative arts emmys. the word drove. I mean it was to die for. That show was fully entertaining. You went through all the fields with that so don't really anyone's game. Yeah really out out of all three of those. It really could
Two Federal Judges Concerned How Some Are Charged on Jan. 6 Events
"Even at two federal judges, truly both appointed by Obama, who raised concerns about the way certain people are being charged. They've raised the question like wait a minute. You're charging people for disrupting Congress. When in fact, we've had people disrupt Congress. You hit him with a misdemeanor. You let them go. You're charging these people with felonies if they don't plead to to an offense that you demand And they're starting and they're saying What is that? Based on? You've heard that too, right? I have. So you're referring to Judge Moss and Judge Maeda? Um Judge Moss called the obstruction of official proceeding felony, which this DOJ has slapped on at least 200 cases. To turn Trump supporters and two convicted felons. It's never been used in this way before the judges know it. The government knows it. The defense lawyers certainly know it. And so both of those lawyers have raised concern. Judge Moss said. It has a constitutional staginess problem. There is a motion in the oath Keepers case. Motion to dismiss and judge made A is considering that now and should make a ruling should issue some ruling on that next month. Um, but again, Philip bump. Do you even know what the obstruction of an official proceeding charge is its origination, which was a post and run law. That was supposed to stop and the interference and congressional investigations, not the certification of the Electoral College. So you know, these are the things that Mr Bump does not stay awake at
No. 18 Iowa's Defense Silences No. 17 Indiana, 34-6
"Eighteenth ranked Iowa cruised to a thirty four six win over number seventeen Indiana as Riley moss returned two first half interceptions for touchdowns no gameplay kind of come in was you know stop the big big plays stay on top is that's what we kind of did we we we made him work for their for their garden for the points so that's kind of what was was praised was staying on top you know doing your job bring your keys known responsibilities I intercepted quarterback Michael Penix three times and had a fourth wiped out by a roughing the passer call Tyler Goodson rushed for ninety nine yards and a touchdown for the Hawkeyes Goodson at a fifty six yard scoring run on the fourth offensive play quarterback Spencer Petras had a nine yard TD run panics threw for one hundred fifty six yards I'm the ferry
"moss" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"Having me all right. That's it for the day. I will be back either late tomorrow night or early. Sunday morning with podcast. Recap of the washington. Baltimore preseason game and then don't forget part. Two of the santana moss Conversation on monday santana had some really good stories. Another three or four. good ones. Including one about sean taylor. And he had a prediction about This year's team as well so That'll be on. Monday's podcast Enjoy the weekend but again. We will reconvene Either tomorrow night. Sunday morning with a recap of the baltimore. Preseason game is you can make plays in this situation with defense when you can stop those from thirty going santana now again. It's an williams on the coverage. Reads the same two guys. I'm believable random and mark. Brunell got it out there. Today's episode is sponsored by the nba. And they're that's game campaign. That's game encapsulates. The league's goals of advancing the game of basketball growing the community and impacting culture. The campaign celebrates the nba. It's players and fans across the past present and future as the nba soon approaches. Its seventy fifth anniversary season. That's game highlights pivotal moments on court and beyond from iconic plays in arena to the impact players have in the community and be a seventy fifth will be a continuation of the. That's game campaign. The campaign will honor the past present and future of the nba across the court community and culture. This is more than just basketball. It's what connects us all and keeps us coming back for more. That's the nba that's game..
"moss" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"Because when he would stick that that ball and alfred's gut and everybody came up man made everything he sear behind it. Didn't it yeah. No i mean that's that's to me. That's something that you don't have to. You know i. I talk about that. That's going on our team. And i'm like sometimes you have player to that allows the office coordinator job to be that. Just that much easier. Because the element of their gain will make a defense second-guessed itself and that's what rob griffin brought to the game. Every week it we can't bleak because this guy would be down in heartbe and when you have that kind of skill set and you have that going for your offense. If you'll just do the little things right man you can go far. That's what we did. We went so far us while we were so good. And i think the only reason why we didn't have the season that we should have because injury if he don't get hurt we're not losing the sierra. No you're fourteen nothing. i'll miss you. I promise you we not losing that game. I promise man. And that's why. I was sitting there like lord where we don't have no luck over here. I was looking around. No where i know. It always seem that way. Because you know the way it's set up to you gotta fourteen nothing lead In he's he's not back to full health. We know that obviously But if you hang on and he doesn't go down in a heap on the field in that seattle game You go to atlanta the next week. I think you i think the way you guys were playing. You would beaten atlanta now. I don't know if you guys would have beaten the niners that year in the nfc championship game. But you can be worse. I didn't intend to do this But santana was so good and he had another thirty minutes of conversation him storytelling in him including an incredible story about a conversation. That he had with sean taylor at the end of a game in two thousand five About what he wished he would have done. More of in the nfl. With respect to a certain job responsibility and more. and so i'm gonna cut it into two parts because there was another thirty minutes left and it just gets a little bit too long for one podcast. So you just heard santana moss conversation part one and part two. I will air on mondays. Podcast when we come back. Daniel kaplan from the athletic answer. Some questions about the story that came out yesterday where the nfl was. And maybe still is considering mandating. Vaccines that right. After these words from a few of our sponsors when simplisafe home security's founders chad eleanor. Lauren's design their first security system in their kitchen. They did it for a very personal reason. Their friends had just had their home broken into. They were struggling to find security system. That would simple the setup and would make them feel safe again. Making people feel safe is exactly would simply safe has been doing ever since that moment. Fifteen years ago a passion to protect people not only drives every engineering detail in its products but motivates.
Dallas County Maintains School Mask Mandate Despite Texas Supreme Court Ruling
"A remarkable public health showdown is taking place right now in dallas county texas where covert cases are spiking. The state supreme court just upheld the gop government is bound on mosque mandates. Well today was the first day of school in dallas. County and the superintendent is defying. Both the governor and the court by making kids wear masks. Dr michael hosa joins me to talk about his decision. Next it's the first day of school in dallas texas today where cova cases are surging and schools are taking safety matters into their own hands today in dallas. County one of the largest school districts in the state over one hundred thousand kids were told to come to class with their mosques on. that's despite rolling from the texas supreme court which sided with republican governor. Greg abbott's bound on. Musk mandates decision by the court which is made up of all republican. Justices is temporary but until a final decision is made kids in dallas county. Schools will be mosque regardless of the court's order. That's because the dallas independent school district superintendent. Michelina hosa is defying that ruling. And he joins me. Now thank you so much for coming on the show this evening. You had a moss. Monday in effect today. How did that go. was it difficult in false. No actually it was quite a positive and in fact it all started happening. Twenty four hours ago we try to plan as to. How are we going to execute our first day. 'cause we got the last minute bali and then when i went to the schools today it was amazing. It was nothing short of phenomenal. A have we have over. One hundred forty thousand students go to school today and i have reports that there. Three students who were not compliant One to at one high school another student. So what this tells me that we're on the site of justice but on the side the people believe in what we're doing as you can see by the pictures here that they know that win very dangerous zone. Despite what the you know elected officials are saying in austin and our own reality. You can't control people this way. If they're not going to be willing to participate then they will shun us. But i was very clear is that people are scared and they aren't going to take precautions to make sure that we're safe for the for now hand for the future so i was very proud of Dallas today
The Only Thing to Fear, Is God
"What is your message to those who have been cow. I mean i. I'm just ashamed for my fellow. Man that i live in one of the most conservative catholic districts in america and all through covert. There was d- genuflection to the the altar of saint foul cheesy to this day. There's still people wearing. Moss don't have line conditions and who are living in fear. The church was you know at least half empty for most of covert. What is your message to those who have been cowed. All who feel intimidated and and who really are afraid to speak the truth of their faith or anything. That bucks the conventional wisdom's. What is your message to them if they consider themselves to be christians professor well one thousand nine hundred seventy eight. When pope john paul the second was elected the first thing he said when he stepped out on the balcony was be not afraid be not afraid. He took the words from jesus. Of course this is not originally with him but that was a message of his entire pontificate. And i think we were very much emboldened. I was a young person at the time but that message be not afraid. What is it that you're afraid of. You know and. I think that we need to rediscover the virtue and this is a christian virtue. It's also a classical virtue. As you said of courage or fortitude this willingness to face things that are difficult not to just lie down not to be snowflakes not to just give up as soon as as things get difficult we need to rediscover the value of that and our society won't tell us this will always talk about the soft virtues. They don't want to talk about the courage that is necessary. Be true men and true christians in today's age. Thank you thank you for. Reminding us of Saint john paul. The second his his pontificate really was defined by the phrase be not afraid of course from the scripture and the one thing you have to ask yourself is what are you. Afraid of is the opprobrium of your fellow man is. It's something to do with life here on earth because if that's the case that fear is ill. Place the only thing you have to fear is god and to quote the good professor. You've got to be good with
How to Use the Paid Skills on Your Amazon Device
"Hey Terry here and I've got yet another cool update from Lexie live. I've got a bunch of these and I'm going to continue to bring you the latest news. The cats are these is again. You know, are all of these available to Canada when they come out. We don't know that. But I think it's worthwhile letting you know what these announcements are because they are eventually going to come down here. This is in addition to the instant purchasing that I mentioned last week, if you didn't catch that, flash briefing in skilled, purchasing allows you to purchase things from within the skill, which is now available in Canada. Well, Amazon also announced recently that they are now having paid skills and what that means it's is that customers or consumers, or whatever you want to call us as, as users of Volvo XE, we have the option of paying a one-time fee upfront to access the content of a skill. And so this is ideal for premium skills. Where you know one of the consumers is moss Need to pay once to access the core skill experience and it reduces the need for developers and to try to upsell things for people within the skill. So it's it's a different approach. There's the ensco purchasing wage which, for some things is going to make sense. So you can purchase something from within the skill, once you get into skill. But now there's also the option to have paid skills where consumer can pay for the skill up front, and then they're in the skill, and they have full access to all the features. So, we will see how this turns out. We will see how this develops, but I'm excited to see these. These different options for the skills as they come back out and get released
Reps. Matt Gaetz and Marjorie Taylor Greene Discuss Nancy Pelosi's Mask Mandate
"Matt gaetz a congresswoman. Marjorie taylor green. I wanna go to the big targets straightaway. I wanna talk about. We'll talk about the gop in a moment. Let's talk about breaking news of the last week of i think it was thursday with e even providing justification with reference to an unpublished appear reviewed indian study The speaker of the house has decreed that everyone has to wear mosques staff members and visitors. Who don't will be arrested. The chief has allegedly climbed back because of things that you guys and your colleagues did. Let's have a little fun. I i said it on my show on thursday. I'm very impressed. That somebody has invented a force field somehow contains cove it in the house but cents so the culture difference with the senate and the house that you guys got to moss nancy. Because thursday she didn't wear moss but in the senate. Nobody has to now so fourth. Let let me start right here. Let's talk about a second. i'm fed up. I am not interested in people telling me that she is the arch. Strategist i think this woman has lost it. She is so she's mari antoinette on steroids and has no even sense of how what she's doing looks like from the outside am i am i crazy. You are totally wrong about this. I believe nancy pelosi is a master. Strategist i believe. She holds power and money over the rank and file and the democratic party. I believe she has greater control over her caucus. Then paul ryan or kevin mccarthy or john bainer ever had so. I don't disrespect the skill of nancy pelosi and think about this. The masks aren't about healthcare. They aren't about mastercard about we know that. So what are they about control. Ashley wants to show a controlled opposition. She wants to show a controlled conference and that increases her
Jen Moss, Chief Creative Officer of JAR Audio, on Using Your 'Outside Voice' in Branding
"What do we mean by outside voice. So i put a little thought into this this morning. Here's what we mean. We mean stories and messages with broad appeal we mean high quality storytelling we mean unbranded content or very lightly branded like subtle We mean content. That's relevant to larger social movements or conversations that are going on at the time We mean stepping outside your comfort zone. As a brand we mean having conversations that go far beyond products and services but you know probably still wanna adhere to brand pillars of brand values So nobody's asking brands to fund podcasts. That go against their values. That wouldn't make sense but if you're dealing with brands you know they. They have foundational documents. They have concepts. They have like an ethos and that's usually a very broad area. That's very interesting to play in. I think it's worth noting that Any podcast any show on the radio. Or you know any podcast network. They'll have an ethos as well. You always have to adapt content to work within a value set and so brands are no different from that. So just figuring out. What is that value set and working within it And i think by outside voice we also mean positioning your brand as an influence in a particular ongoing conversation or story genre. We'll get into that a little bit and you know taking a risk in order to get noticed so the primary example that gets brought up a lot here some of you may know it is Ge's the message which was written by new york playwright. Mak rogers and effectively positioned that brand as an innovative tech forward company by creating a sci-fi podcast never mentioned their
The Difference Between an Audience and a Customer With Jen Moss, Chief Creative Officer of JAR Audio
"I think this is one of the most important things that brands really need to understand. If they wanna get into podcasting and we talk to our cuss our clients a lot about this and that is the difference between an audience and a customer because they are not the same thing right an often. I find marketing departments in sort of confused. That and so i think it's worth taking a moment. So an audience is like the total group of individuals or organizations out there in the world who could in some way be exposed to your podcast offering or your brand They don't necessarily care a hoot about your brand. They just want to show up and be entertained or be educated. They want some kind of value from the exchange with the podcast. They have plenty of other choices. They can go anywhere. Do anything at any time with the click of a button and they're not really looking to buy anything that's not why they're coming to the podcast. Okay so a customer on the other hand is a sort of a subset of your audience But by definition. They're not the same thing what what tends to happen is hopefully the ladder might lead to the former. No wait a minute. Yeah the latter might lead to. The form of the audience might become customer. If you're lucky if you play your cards right So what you need to do though to to make that happen. It's you have to. I attract an audience with something worth doing so that they might become a customer. Someone who wants to actively engage with your brand might eventually want a product or service and think of your brand when it comes to that because hey you made that cool podcast Because a customer is someone who's may be ready to buy something whereas an audience not so
Do You Need a Podcast Coach?
"At least four times per week. Someone like you a podcast. Emails me direct to my email inbox and asks me why that podcast audience isn't growing and i'm a i'm a pretty nice guy you know i don't do podcast coaching. I just don't do it. But i always reply. And ask for a little more information and usually refer them to the free captivate podcast growth out because it's essentially podcast coach but for free all right and the reason i do that is because they're replying usually annoys me. Usually frustrates me because the podcasters annoy me but because they usually paying a podcast kurt. Now i'm doing that in huge aircrews a podcast kurt to help with their growth. Which gets me thinking. Hang on if they are paying someone. If that podcast is spending their hard earned money paying someone to help them to grow. Why the heck. They're emailing me to ask for my help to something. Must not be working now. Like i said i am not a podcast coach. I used to coach people in the business of podcast in a few years ago. But i was never a podcast coach and there really is a difference. Okay i've been running businesses like captivate since two thousand five and my main job here at captivate is to be the product turn and that's not the business owner which thankfully i am as well but product on and that's a specific role inside a software company wearing developed the ideas division. I work with the design engineer and experience in marketing teams on the execution of that vision and my experience of the last sixteen years in business. It's giving me the experience in just that in business or suppose moss specifically in growing something from nothing. Doesn't that sound a lot like what we're trying to achieve as podcasters we're creating something. We are refining it with building an audience for it and the audience continues to develop and grow until at some point. Maybe in the future we can make a bit of money from it
Roger Nairn and Jen Moss on the Added Value Every Podcast Needs
"So there's three main reasons why audiences resist branded podcast. I don't know roger. do you wanna take this slide. The first the versus at their. You know the podcast is always trying to sell you something. And if it's always trying to sell you something then it's an advertisement and who wants to listen to a twenty or thirty minute advertisements. A lot of our branded. Podcasts are also quite biased. They they don't really look at both sides of of Of of the story or of an issue They're quite leaning on one side. And i think podcast audiences look for both sides of the conversation when they get into A certain topic or ours wanna learn about a certain issue and frankly most brands don't know how to tell a great story and if you can't tell a great story then you're gonna lose the audience's interest and You really not taking them along with you so to gain audiences brandon. Podcast need to rise above these common stereotypes and deliver content with with real entertainment or educational value. Like just deliver a ton of value to listener. So that's where we talk about using your outside voice to reach more people. So what do we mean by outside voice. So i put a little thought into this this morning. Here's what we mean. We mean stories and messages with broad appeal we mean high quality storytelling we mean unbranded content or very lightly branded like subtle We mean content. That's relevant to larger social movements or conversations that are going on at the time We mean stepping outside your comfort zone. As a brand we mean having conversations that go far beyond products services but you know probably still wanna adhere to brand pillars of brand
The Whistleblowers Are Coming Out in Spades
"Hey everybody charlie kirke with assault and brunei otherwise known as james. O'keefe you brought a couple of people in the room with you. See i need you hard time. James suzanne on each other a couple of years hard time but you are one of the few people that actually do something meaningful in the movement. I appreciate that. So you are now. In a whistle blower project tell us about that whistleblower in the room right now you can't see them but Usps whistleblower we had a to tv insiders. One came on your stage april moss. Cbs detroit just. These are people currently employed by television news. Networks postal service. A new one came out today. Hasbro big story critical race theory. They feel compelled to go public with information. That is people. try to keep hidden. And it's the heroism. Because they wanted to lose their jobs. Now charlie so we have a dozen they have come out and and it's going to be hundreds so we're going to hear from david and a couple of seconds here but i wanted to get an idea of whistle-blowing this used to be something. The media was actually interested in right and you just kind of filling the void of courageous expose style journalism. Why i think there's a relationship. The journalists have become slaves to their access. They they've become dependent on protecting the people in power. They they wanna protect the status quo. Cnn invites clapper on even though he committed perjury. They have a symbiotic relationship with the very people are supposed to be holding accountable so no one is willing to do this. Sort of aggressive watchdog journalism anymore and twentieth century. These explorers lost their mortgages their homes they got divorces but now there's life after whistleblowing because of the digital age and websites like gibson. Go facebook insider morgan. Common last month raised half a million dollars. Charlie in twenty four hours. What did he exposed. He released documents inside facebook. As a software engineer they had quote vaccine hesitancy so facebook admitted. Even if what someone is saying on facebook is true they will censor you and they don't want you to know that they're censoring you and to me. That's the part that so shocking. They want to hide what they're doing. We want transparency into baked tack. So the whistle blowers are coming out in spades.
Nightclubs Elated, but Doubts Cloud England's ‘Freedom Day’
"From London to Liverpool thousands of young people plan to dance the night away at freedom day policies on the day coronavirus restrictions in England a G. to be scrapped what is being dubbed as freedom day there will be no more limit some people attending big events and theatre performances equally face moss will no longer be mandatory by local night clubs that's reopened after more than a year and social distancing rules ought to be scrapped what's well many already celebrates many others are deeply worried about the consequences of a full re opening at the time when Kevin nineteen cases on a rapid upswing was fire staff is still alive Britain has seen a surge in the number of reported cases most recently reaching levels not seen since January I'm Karen Thomas
B.C. Has a Blueprint to Save Its Oldest Forests
"Jordan heath. This is the big story. Sarah fox is the bbc investigative reporter for our friends at the narwhal. Sarah hi how are you doing. I'm doing really well. how about you. i'm well thanks ya do. You want to explain as we get started for people who don't live anywhere near bc. And i've never seen it. What is old growth forest. Exactly and What does it look like sure. So old growth forest. There's kind of the the official definition. And then there's a y you think of when you hear the words old growth for us so the official definition is that on the coast where where the growing season is longer in tends to be wetter. That trees that are older than two hundred and fifty years are considered to be old growth in other parts of the province. It's trees that are one hundred and forty years old. But i think when when people think of old growth imagine those kind of icon ick photographs of these enormous cedar. Douglas fir trees that are as tall. Skyscrapers in is wide as a boss. The the old growth forest because the trees are so large the kind of the light filters through them in a different way they're draped in mosses and lichens and just kind of fallen logs. Over centuries have become nurse logs for for other trees but the the will growth force are much more than the trees. Of course there. Hot spots for bio-diversity their home to all kinds of species including a species at risk of extinction that to depend on these forests on the interior of b. species like a caribou on the south west mainland part of bc. We've got the spotted owl here on the island and other areas. We've got the marbled murrelet bird and of course these old forests are huge stores of carbon and they filter water. They have many many environmental
Haiti Fights Large COVID-19 Spike as It Awaits Vaccines
"Ever since the pandemic began Haiti has perplexed experts was seemingly low infection and death rates from covert at nineteen despite its rickety public health system a total lack of vaccines and a widespread disdain for safety measures like moss and distancing that is no longer the case the few hated hospitals treating covert cases have been so swamped in recent days but their reports turning away patients what plans to open another hospital to treat infected have been delayed official figures that remain relatively low for a nation of more than eleven million people a total of fifteen thousand seven hundred cases and more than three hundred thirty deaths have been reported since early last year but experts are United in saying those figures and miss a true scale of what they say it's the largest spike in cases since the new coronavirus first landed I'm sorry I shockingly
"moss" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show
"It's a story that really needs to be told today again. It's you know a young boy who gets kind of lost and caught up with another one. That's doing very bad things which you know in his heart that he just. That's not who he is but he just he's got all his terrible life stuff going on so he's just very confused and You know in so. There's somebody else that he crossed his pass with at together. Something terrible happens to the other person because of this young boy in together they they work together and it's it's a it's just a fantastic story speaks to my heart on on so many levels. I'm hoping that when when things get back to some semblance of normality we can really move forward. It's called children of the fire. And i'm kind of excited about it now. When that's really great it was really great stuff Say coming from the beginnings of I always say humble beginnings but obviously you know poor poor backgrounds and say this now it's really inspiring So yeah what message would you give out to anyone out there. And that's inspired him to move forward area very simply always always believe that you have the power and the strength but mostly the resilience is long at you understand being true to yourself being a good person. There's so many people that will try to hold you back and put you down. Don't let them always be true to who you know you are yourself. You can be judged Instantly for things that don't make sense and and you can be held back from things that you know you want to pursue. Just keep going one foot in front of the other candidates. Greg is correct. So where can we find you. Poke for the right kind of love and other work you've done as well as royster in the movies and everything else and what website can go to well. If you you can find a book on amazon. I just approved the audio file. The audio book. Already there in paperback and hard covering kindle. I will tell you. In the first week. It became an international number one bestseller on amazon right. Yes we've been really. You know reaching out to so many people in the feedback. I have is wonderful reviews. There's some reviews that will explain them. my site. I've got a personal site. It's sherry ann. Moss dot com. There's some information there. I'm in the midst of changing..
"moss" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"Gotta break yourself down zeke and rise higher. That's even a lot of works late. You see a lot of figures like critic and apart. Something's coming out of them some way and that's really like an expression of late. What shedding yes shedding to new heights. I like that. It's like a flying snake in some ways. It's just it's just in doing what it has to So i have one last question and this is the because we're we're in a seafood place you know food is a thing and i wanna put you in a spot. You've been here long enough. So i can't treat you like you're a fresh transplant. You're you're you're basically baltimore you now so sorry or hey but now is a case right so i got the question. Crabcakes always tres. What do you choose between the two z. Like my mom's such an oyster head. She is like like. I've never seen anyone who enjoys oysters more. But i didn't have crap gave select came here so I am to go with Cakes but i will say that. I haven't had them like a lot. But like i really do enjoy crabcakes. Put me to sleep there. So i go with you. You've answered that properly because otherwise it was like look at your answer so in the last few moments here i want to again. Thank you for coming onto the show. This podcast this has been very grace. Been great to learn more about you and you. You're creating now here and your involvement as a creative in baltimore. But i wanna give you an opportunity to shamelessly plug. Where can you find you. Where can you find your website your social media all of that good stuff you can just go to my website W w dot must moss head dot art and You can also follow me on instagram. Moss head underscore a same For twitter and reddit and Yeah and Starting to in online shop right now which got like cool merged shells obese. If you subscribe to my mailing lists get you now exclusive content and discounts. Maybe you'll hear a beat that i never released renault. This subscribe to find out and that being said checkout a manual house. Ep retrograde and hope you guys like it and stay tuned because i'll be dropping mark contents and that's great so again i want to thank you for coming onto the podcast and i'll do my son off all right. Thanks much. you're welcome. So four mas head. I'm rob lee's in the there is art. Beats all types of creativity in and around baltimore you just have to look for..
"moss" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"Guest is a visual artist and musician jorges santos also known as maas had walk into the podcast. I rob thanks for having me on be here you know. Happy to be a part of baltimore's conversation. Yeah yeah. I'm happy i'm happy. You came on like the energy is always good to speak with people who want to be on a podcast. You'd be surprised you'd be surprised at how it it's cloud seriously. I've had a few people that will get on. And then they just disappeared after the episode of the goes up and lake podcast so this is the first the first excited. Hopefully it goes well. Hopefully i'm good host so if we can get into some of these questions because i'm going to talk about your background and you as a creative and you've been in baltimore so real quick i glazed over with. Your background is but creatively. Could you describe your work. yeah. So i'm like. I'm a psychedelic artist. Really like i do like illustration but also bounce with painting recently or like digital painting graphic design and also likes incorporate that sort of style tonight music a be maker right now made like an ap with a friend of mine. Local rapper johah. We made a movie called retrograde. And that's been like a psychedelic kind of hip hop production. And but i'm also doing other things like myself stuff at moment and also selected dj. So i that's like an all encompassing thing of like what i do. I like to add like it. Dark psychedelic stuff dig it. It's like an immersive kind of situation. There where i think when you're fully developed and you're fully into think some of the The great artists the artists that have a vision. They just don't wanna hit you in one place. They wanna hit you in as many places as possible whether it be. I i used to look at it this way when when i go on dates and still go on dates like i want to look good. I wanna sound good. I want to smoke overhead. All census possibles. I think creatively is kind of a similar thing. Where if you hit the visual aspects you hit the musical aspect. And i'm sure there's maybe other ones that i'm missing but i think together make some more whole presentation for me Like music music is always been a very visible thing for me. Well i finished the sights. Sounds in just like in like see. I've always been able to see sound through colors like a key will cause a certain color like A minor sky blue or g minor can be like midnight blue. It goes on and on like each key can have something and it can vary sometimes and like Mica baltimore. I attended might go. Like i learned how to like really try to connect with that part of me to like really push for like new ways that i could express myself through mike color or the way line work a lot of the like the local scene here like was very inspirational too that a lot of artists i would talk. Do also like While it was really cool to talk about late let their color palettes. Were other things like that. But i i've always had never been able to see them separate. And so then i learned like on. I think i might have been like thirteen around the time. I got into like pink. Floyd i learned about sin berry and like you know. He illustrated some of the leg. He'll straighted like the cover for like their first album and a music and art. I was out. That's what i wanted to do. So it's been a connection there for me. I've never seen in a separate sinister asia. Sounds like a superpower like even the way you described as a superpower. It's fine it's fine. I say great so so with that kind of combine. It kind of makes my second question. Seem a little silly. But i'll still ask it as a visualizing. The musician wasn't an important to combine those mediums. Were have you does one kind of drive. The other. And i think you answered the second part but was important to combine the two mediums. Well well for me. There's practical reasons as well as the reasons. Because like i love to avid made like my aunts solo work at us it yet but i'd love to just make like album are like little comics illustrate. What's going on and like make like visual cliffs for song. The so that's a practical aspect of it but licks Spiritually i'm Is just like make drawing a line. Just a simple line can evoke a certain sense. That feels like you know the vibration of the pencil going like that. That like stimulates like if it's not a color it's like some kind of texture so it's always. It's always just been the drive. It's hard to really describe belay. There's really no way link. I do balance it now. Because you know if i burn out from one thing i can always fall back on the other and just work on different projects like usually like a month or two apart like i'll switch between aids. That's legit because i think i think when you when you're in that kind of space and maybe maybe you agree. Maybe you don't but like i apply it to the just how the brain works. Maybe it's like. I need this part of the brain to do these types of task heavy to create in this manner. And when i'm doing something else i'm can't really rely on that side of the brain as much. I may need to use this other one. But they're usually not working in unison. And i need to kind of switch off on occasion just so i can just turn it all because if you're always using at one side let's say the side that's always being analytical war decide as always being a hybrid created. You run out. You need to refuel. And i took a short attention span. I will say like like. And i know like probably like having all the time makes it worse but like i've always just been this very like i just could not focus for awhile. I needed lake Learning after school. Age i in house. I'm very long winded sal. Make my question schroer. You're asking me something i can. Bogus like environment. If it's not presented to me direct ethically like loose focus critically. I dig it. Dig it because it's like i usually think for it is terrible but i usually think what a person is saying was like i know where they're saying over there getting ahead and dislike so this is what you mean before refinishing so maybe i have a version of it of like. Nah an echo kind.
"moss" Discussed on Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal
"Did she really come back. No one else seems to really know the answer but. Has Been Seen on multiple occasions. One evening, the meant the event manager was breaking down and cleaning things up after a prestigious event that had taken place. She was carefully holding up some tables when all of a sudden she heard two distinct voices chatting very low. She couldn't hear what the voices were saying nor could she tell where they were coming from? Rationalizing the situation she thought about house. Could easily carry into the building from outside. She went to the side door poked her head. Oh. No one was there. All was quiet. Quiet as a mouse. Just as she began to pull her head back into the room, she heard the laughter of a little girl from behind her. Taking a deep breath she whipped around to see who is there and Once, again found no one. The two voices kick back up from summer within the house. The event, the event manager, she could tell. Where are they were this time but she knew she was the only person in the house. Okay her machination was getting the better of it had to had to be this when. When it came time to leave she thought about it and said, you know what? I should probably set the security lawn that way if someone. is in the house, it'll get tripped on the way out the door. Well the next day came in the of the event manager discovered. The alarm never went off during the night. Okay. It had been ghost. Question Mark. Many other instances, visitors and staff members have reported seeing young Virginia peaking around the magnificent magnificent staircase to the Great Hall where her parents love to host lavish parties. For some reason, lots of people report seeing orbs in this area as well. They've captured them in photographs. I'd like to think it has a lot to do with the energy in this particular area and it's obviously very active so you're bound to catch a few things. According to the Montana, Paranormal Research Society. It seems that Melville was sleeping in a bed in the alcove at the master staircase because Melville couldn't go up the stairs to the bedroom. The night nurse was always nearby within earshot of Melville's bed sleeping on a cot in the hallway, the kitchen. One night the nurse was awakened by sounds coming from Melville's area she went and found that Melville was fine but Some for some reason she. Thought her eyes were playing tricks on her. She saw what looked like the apparition of a little girl probably around five years old standing on the landing near the master staircase. The child was also seen hovering over Melville later on just moments before her death. Other haunting in the house include disembodied voices of. Adult females singing. Strange shadows and the billiards room lobby area. Cool wins swirled around a person's body the apparition oppressed in Moss walking down the master staircase. Doors that open close at random the apparitions of an older woman and little girl. uncomfortable. Presences. In. Certain. Rooms. Need I say more. Paranormal investigators were asked to come in at one point because the staff couldn't explain what was happening. It was determined that there was paranormal activity going on in the house but who the spirits worry exactly. That remains to be seen. They held another investigation was in order to collect more concrete evidence. During their stay investigators came into contact though with one entity that preferred to herself as Melville. Numerous Times. They also discovered the older woman and little girl who seemed to stay together. Footsteps were heard an empty halls and when they try play music in the French polar. They swear they saw the shadow of a person emerged just near the harp. Since then other stories have emerged. A mother and her family were passing to billings. Montana on their way to South Dakota one beat awful summer. She thought stopping and Moss Mansion sounded like fun. She read it was a historic site maybe the kids could stand to learn a thing or two. Will tour didn't exactly go over well with the kids no surprise there. Why why would they care about some old people who died in a big house? There were too young to understand her too young to appreciate it. On top of that, the tour guide had mentioned that some people speculate the houses haunted. It was as simple as that. She said no more on the matter and continued with her spiel. Mom's spent the rest of the tour. Comforting. The kids with hugs and laughter as they were now freaked out about possibly encountering ghost. As, the family entered what used to be a little Virginia Moss's bedroom. The tour guide mentioned that they weren't allowed to use any air fresheners or candles in the house said due to the fact that it's a historic site. New. Sooner they walked in though they were all hit with the overwhelming fragrance of oranges. They were all confused the rooms smell delicious but they could not for the life of them figuring out where the smell was coming from. There was no one else in house either. So, where did the smell of fresh oranges come from exactly? Mom thing the guy for time and as they partway, she thought to herself. I don't believe in goes, but boy was that an unusual experience. She just knew deep down something was off. and. Another insist two young ladies were traveling home from party. When they decided it'd be fun to stop at the Moss Mansion and take a few photographs from the outside. It is supposed to be one of the most haunt buildings billings after all. They drove up to the House got out of the car with their cell phones ready to take some pictures. As they approached. The front door of the mansion, they both froze in their tracks. There in the doorway was the apparition of a woman and a little girl with fancy hairdos who looked. Who looked like they had just been ripped straight from the pages. Of. The eighteen hundreds. History. You'd be young ladies gasped as their hearts leapt into their throats the woman in the little girl they look so beautiful. WHO WERE THEY TO DISTURB THEM Not, moving any further, they lifted their cell phones and switched over to camera mode. Without another moment to lose the the beautiful woman girl dissipated into the cool night air leaving those two young ladies with much to think about. Rumor has it. According to teenage boys reside in the area that if you stand on the sidewalks in front of Moss Mansion late at night, you will see things. How. Does this work exactly? Well, it's like this. It has to be one am. Now I know it's not quite the witching hour but various boys have all said they all attest to this fact one am is the key time to do this. Go to the mansion in stand on the sidewalks out front. Block out all sounds from around you. Focus look at the third story windows and there you will see looking back down at.
"moss" Discussed on Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal
"Today we will be taking a look at Moss Mansion in billings Montana. has anyone ever been to Montana by any chance Hey. I know I. Haven't. It doesn't mean I'm not any less intrigued by the stories I've heard or the pictures that I've seen I love trampoline and if it involves goes store a haunted building yummy Anaheim. Usually they're guaranteed no ifs ands or buts about it. If we were to take a drive through the highly populated city of billions, you see a city that is really larger than life itself. It wasn't always like that. billings came from more humble beginnings. Done on the corner of division and Clark. Street lies a historic site known as Moss Mansion. Currently, it is owned by the city billions and the Montana historical society. Okay. I have just hinted at history at least twice within the last minute I'm sure you guys get where I'm going with this. The Moss Mansion. Is a historical museum and it's haunted. We'll get to that last bit a little later. Don't you worry? The mission of the museum today is to preserve, collect, describe, interpret, and exhibit artifacts and documents relating to the eighty three year occupancy of the Preston. Be Moss family. In. Other words it should be remembered as an iconic home. Why you may ask because it used to be one from the moment you step to restore as you. You feel it within your bones your at home if you were to take a look around the main floor of the. Echoes at the pass would soon be ringing in your eardrums. Oh. The dinner parties that were once had the the cookies that were made in the kitchen, the plane of old records as you dance the night away. It could give you goosebumps if you allowed yourself to get lost in it for too long. Think of it as taking a time traveling trip back to the year one, thousand, nine, hundred, three when the Moss family has resided there. You stand in awe as you gaze at the Marble fireplaces. handpainted ceilings and walls, wood paneling, and the extravagant decor. That's all over the place. All of the rooms are filled with furniture drapes. Carpet's original fixture is an artifacts all belonging to the Moss family. Why there is Melville's harbor coolest quilt and needlepoint and Martha's China China patterns as well as her original artwork. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, two, this would be the place that Missouri born Preston Be Moss, would bring his new bride to start a new. He saw the generous potential that the railroad talent billings Montana had to offer. It just so happen that our Fran pressed him with very blessed in the investment field later on, he actually developed the economy of billions in before you know it folks realize, Hey, this guy is a mover and shaker he gets stuff done. Mr Moss became a big time investment banker did a lot to bring jobs and modern conveniences to the town of billions. He actually started the first dial telephone company. He also founded a newspaper that predates the billings gazette and even started a central heating company. I'm going to stop right there because those are just a few. Of His many accomplishments. Preston and Martha eventually thought it'd be best if they built a bigger house for their growing family, they already had two kids and the project began in nineteen one and was designed from start to finish by none other than Henry. Janeway Henry. Jingwei, he was the New York architect responsible for the Waldorf Astoria Plaza. allo-. It was built by engineers RJ hardened Berg and eh gag non the interior design firm who took care of the interiors was the Nelson Company of Chicago. The manager would see its completion by nineteen o three. So it took about two years. Now. Guys I stopped and I did a double take when I first read what Peat Moss spent on the completion of his home, the national average of his time. To spin on a building. Of A home was five thousand dollars now five thousand dollars today. That's a drop in a hat from most people. But in his time. That was kind of a big deal but. Moss oh? No No, no no. No. He went far beyond the five thousand dollars. He spent a whopping wait for it. One hundred, five, thousand dollars one, hundred, five, thousand dollars in nineteen. Oh, three I don't even want to sit down and try it and brought my mind around. What that would equate to today. To be fair though the mansion is truly one of a kind it is absolutely breathtaking is located on a two acre lot. Completed Mansion Stands at forty five feet, tall three stories, high twenty rooms and cat celerion where they grow plants and vegetables. Oh, did I mention it has basement? then. We look at the dining rooms, the parlor, the bathrooms, the city in rooms, the closets, the garden rooms, and libraries which are scattered all throughout the mansion. It could even this house it could even hold the largest of families. The press in Matas has wife Martha Martha's parents and happy couples children. Woodson Jackson. Kula Melville Hollingsworth pressed and boyd-moss Junior David Hickman mosque the third and Virginia would soon fillets halls with the sounds of their habit. Happy laughter. From what history tells US Moss family? Lived, happy lives while under the roof of the match. Their family had it from nineteen zero, three to one. Thousand Nine, hundred, eighty, four. That's a long time. Eighty three years. Can you imagine all the memories that have been left behind that place? In the attic, you can find chalk drawings on on the wooden beams in the ceiling from the children when Houston play up there. So why is it haunted? Then that's why we're all here. Right that's why you guys are listening right now. Why is this place haunted? I think that's a very good question. Let's take a further look at the history. Here's what I know. Several Moss family members died in the house throughout the years this makes sense to me is people who die in their homes ten to come back to haunt them later. I've seen him more than once over the years they return to what is comfortable. Then they become confused when they find someone else living in what used to be there. The youngest of the mosque children. Virginian. Unfortunately died of diptheria just three months after turning five years old in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eight. Preston Be Moss died of a heart attack in February of nineteen forty seven as White Martha more Mattie as he affectionately called her died four years leader of a cerebral hemorrhage in November of one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, one. Finally the last Moss Family Member Melville Moss passed away in the comforts of her childhood home in November of nineteen eighty four. Shortly before Melville's passing is about the time the. Paranormal activity in the house started up almost right away. It, was assumed. That it was little Virginia coming back to help her sister. Passover. The question here is..
"moss" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Well talking about racing and handicapping and and playing the races. Whatever we've got out there to keep us occupied I think has been a huge really a huge outlet for people and then of course there's the matter of a lot of sign ups at the Ad Ws and really you know got new is on the game that we we saw the you see those stats yesterday. The compared to last year's coverage up to one hundred percent In terms of viewership. Where we're at right now. In horse racing is so odd. The racing post in London on the front page of the Racing Post in London is a basically a video primer on how to handicap will rogers downs out. Ever ever see that in the future. But that's where we're at right now. I Love Randy Moss. Everybody Randy Underscore Moss underscored TV twitter. You know where to find him Whether it's equestrian NFL and NBC and very frequently with his entry mate. Jerry Bailey Randy. Thank you for this appreciate care. Randy Moss outstanding. Let's take a break top of the hour upon us and we'll talk about those conditions with Randy's buyer associate associate Knick knacks the races.
"moss" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Happen that often but it does happen. Occasionally it's the it's the pace figure angle So they're still. They're still a little goal to be mined and then martials but not too much of it. What Randy Moss is with us The instantly recognizable and you can follow Randy on twitter and Randy is is very accessible and answers a lot of questions in any you know in any arena and of the game and it also of course the other sports coverage what. What's your schedule? How what what are you. What are they keeping you? Busy with Don't you know you've really been tweeting? Stay exactly right. I know what it's like to be retired right now and You know we're going to crank up a little bit Jerry and I are going to. Of course we've been doing some little A little videos we call them racy hall and posting those on twitter and on the NBC. Sports website We talked to hot air. Cast Alonzo Bob Baffert get Craig last week. We're GONNA have driven van. Dyke can David Arora from naira this week. So we've been keeping busy a little bit like that Nbc's Air Re Air The American Pharaoh Kentucky Derby from two thousand fifteen on Saturday the second the original Kentucky Derby Day. It'll be prior to the Arkansas Derby earlier in the afternoon so Jerry. We're going to do Going to do a little bit live from our homes on zoom as part of that Part of that telecast.
"moss" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Horse something right. They got what they got they got. What's a right? The final time indicated they would get based on all the other races run that day. Not just that one. But it's all one big picture that you look at you don't just take one wraith out and say okay. I'm GonNa Give Whitmore Ninety six. No it's what did what moron in comparison to what break even ran thirty minutes later. So what sky value ran in a maiden claiming race to what lady WHO Stole Ran Anders. A to claimer all at six furlongs. You have to take everything as a whole and assuming whether didn't change the racetrack didn't change In most of the Times it doesn't it's just where every race fits into that puzzle on the entire day and it's not just one race in particular and that's something that I think maybe some people don't understand and I'm curious when when you were going through this card and and how do you. How do you approach a day like this you chronologically or do you look at at a group of of distance? One two three four. We had five races at six furlongs. The do you do a group of distances first or do you go through the card now what I do is I start with race one and I. This is not just at Oaklawn Not just Saturday. This is any racetrack figures at started race one and look at the past performances of the horses and I look at the chart and I looked at the horses previous figures. We have a program A Beyer speed figure program that gives us horses last five numbers but of course I can look at formulator and you get the horses lifetime numbers and you look at the way. The race was run and the figures. The horses had been running going into that race and then I even look at trips. I look at You know when a Horse Ranch last figure was at a rail trip now today was he stuck for. Why did he get another rail trip? How am I bad? I've impacted is number and I make a guess based on past performances in the way that race was run in the margins between the horses. And I say okay. I think the first race was likely to be run in a sixty five. Don't look at the time then. I move on to the second race. In the second race was a mile on the sixteenth.
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"To water flows down the stretch Other than that there aren't that many straight nuances that are unusual at oaklawn You know I think one of the things that I have to correct people about all the time That don't know that much about about speed figures Someone might say you know. How could you you know how could you give the the ninety eight in the Apple Blossom? Or how could you give more a ninety six And then I had a question of the other day about shooters shoot the horse. That's GONNA run in the Arkansas Derby of Peter Tin's that Ran into an unbelievable race against blackberry wine right and allowance race at oaklawn about a week ago and they went like affirmed. Analogy are basically all the way around the racetrack. It was just incredible race. Watch very fast paced race. He was a mile. They hung in there all the way to the wire. They finished the photo but because the pace was so fast. Those two horses you know didn't finish as strongly as you might have ordinarily and and the thing was just a little bit suppressed just a few points not a lot but people were questioning that and I'm like look big making you. Don't give a horse something right. They got what they got they got. What's a right? The final time indicated they would get based on all the other races run that day. Not just that one. But it's all one big picture that you look at you don't just take one wraith out and say okay. I'm GonNa Give Whitmore.
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"Listening to Siriusxm online at our website as well Steve Dot Com and right now a kind of Nice here in upstate. New York gotTa look ahead to as we say that look ahead to how the whether shapes up in Grand Dial Nebraska. Because we've got another other exciting. Pick five force out at finer. Nick tomorrow will be here. Nick and I'll go through it if you haven't looked at it yet and you got time because the advantage of honor is doesn't start till five o'clock eastern and the sequence today races five through nine and it feels like it feels like it's approachable like we discussed yesterday with Johnny about ticket building and and the way a sequence hits you as a handicapper when you go through for the Maltese and the race. That is murder is the feature and the feature the eighth phillies and mayors ten thousand claiming or non winners four lifetime very tough field and one two three four six eight ten. I don't know that horse Indian roses who we kind of sniff out the last time we had this discussion Indian roses back again in this spot and Prices dropped from the teens down to five to morning. Line one thing and you know what Randy Moss will be with us after the first break. I promised Randy Moss and delivery unit Randy Moss and I have a bunch of there was a bunch of Randy. Mosses the juice from I choose I choose. I ended up choosing the one that just kind of kind of kind of follicle challenged. I went with that one randy. Moss will join us at the first order of business with Randy. The the figs from from Saturday. I wanted him to talk about it because I think that it was a very interesting exercise. And I'm also going to get ready because it invariably you know he does the Oakland numbers and invariably you better be prepared to wait until fairly late morning. I you know sometimes when it comes to Andy and Mark Hopkins and some of the other you know Dick Dick Girardi Nick. Tomorrow IS GONNA be on today to the sometimes they. Do you know right away that night other times first thing in the morning early the Oakland numbers usually come out. You know about eleven eleven thirty Sunday boarding so I was playing around myself with the Wien links and the charts and looking at the times and there there was a lot of interesting things I reached out the. Cj mccaskey told Johnny yesterday from time for him. And I asked him ask Nick and And Andy Serwer Eddie Sterling will be here today to third hour The it seemed to me that the track slowed down a little bit the second half of a card and you know one horse that we only touched on and Happen to happen to to speak with Richard Klein yesterday. After the show last night and break-even really snapped back and clearly. She's a -ffiliated absolutely wants to wants to lead. She got a ninety two buyer which other than the two stake winners. That was the best fig of the day Kirwin rules in eighty seven in the nightcap and and Desmond an eighty five in That race that started the sequence in the pick five So I want Randy to touch on on the FIG making and I think it it's a. It's a good exercise. And he knows he knows that attract obviously inside out and one of the Nice things about oaklawn when it comes to discerning splits and and you know closing times and that kind of thing they they run a limited number of of configurations. So you know on a day like Saturday. With eleven races you had the mile the mile and a sixteenth in the six furlongs. And so you know you can look at the conditions and the levels twenty claimer than a maiden twenty-five thirty than twelve five maiden the allowance with Desmond the steak with more the allowance with break even the great one with CC and then they allow that claimer with With Carlin rules and one thing. You know it's funny with with the guests today and John White in there too. Got a very got a very interesting. Sometimes these things I think of them ahead of time sometimes they just pop in my head. It seems to me looking at the finer races today to kind of pull this back end before I go down a rabbit hole. One thing that that players have been frustrated with in recent years is the the hybrid conditions the optional claimer slash starter allowance with the timestamps six months and this and that and obviously the racing offices do that to Dr Phil Races and try to you know get courses within a slightly wider range then very specific conditions you know twenty five non winners of two lifetime the finer conditions and I certainly was going to bring this up with Nick Today. The fodder conditions are a really pretty distinct. And it makes you do something you don't do as much really any more in the in the the main track horseplay the Eureka. Through like the first. The first leg is three ups which have not won three races in two thousand nineteen through twenty twenty you get the opportunity under those conditions to go find a horse. Potentially that it for one reason or another didn't win last year. Maybe missed a swath of last year now is come back and maybe I don't know third off the layoff for instance elusive blue boy. Last seen at Columbus last summer for instance and now comes back and he's third off the layoff hot blooded song the nine for Dalton debtor a waste in September. And you know you count the ones you know they. They won a couple of races last year. And and they haven't won a you know didn't win a third but they might be awards that just you know for. Because the circumstances they were you know didn't get a chance to run and so you you kind of comb through the PP's and trying to find horses that may outclass in a very nuanced way. The rest of the field you know just because of circumstance and it's fun. I mean I it. It makes it a treasure on. Essentially I mean which handicapping is in general so I. I'll ask that question actually of all four today Randy Moss. Nick Tamra John. White Andy Sterling and see about their reaction to it and and also their own personal player development when it came to understanding conditions. And how that you know. How those sayings have shifted. It should be should be interesting. We got the the sequence again as I said It it's this. Feels like another ticket building exercise and then having to try to narrow down in the eighth. Fabio very anxious to see if nick has got a distinct feel because the more I scratched at the surface. The the more difficult did it got you know including including. I'm a barn cat who a lot of people may remember From the early part of her career Michael Tomlinson Hatter and claimed away from Wolsey and kinder- The breeders for thirty that was at Keeneland in the fall and Carl Broberg Hatter for seven races and then taken from her by Jerry Garneau try and and that was a little deep water. But I'm a barn cat who has speed actually and there's you know there's a few in here that could end up. This is six furlongs. There's a few here that you know that might contend upfront. So there's some fun some fun things to do in this group of five races today again. Six forty eight eastern tonight. Get your going and you'll be busy until eight thirty six. So there's the evening portion. I also of course Got the the will rogers experience for earlier today so trying to keep you busy teen in yesterday? Actually we actually had what would constitute a fairly normal day because I had to go to Saratoga on a common Erin thing and And then you know because we're following up on. The kitchen work made the mistake of suggesting that the upstairs bedroom the bathroom here you know needs with needs work. I mean I I put that in. I don't Know Scott. It's your twenty years and shower shower doors a little little screwy and the spigot it goes from you goes from comfortable to scalding. You know we've with no reason. No teen is not flushing the toilet trying to burn me although although that has happened a couple of times but it just it sounds anyway so we we actually put on our masks and went to see our a consultant ruby out and brought Alvin so we drove all the way through Saratoga and then had like a fairly normal and there and there were. You know there's activity not a lot of the things are still sedate but I tell you what was busy was lows the parking lot at. Lowe's looked like and I think I think all of us right. We're all working on the house and stuff the yard it's GonNa be. It's GONNA be like a garden tour. I think right nationwide everybody. Everybody is clean their yard. Picking up to Brie and team to team is going out here after rains. She's GonNa put down Weeden feed. So yeah it's GonNa be. It's GonNa be a banner year for for the House looking good and we're doing very steadily. I working through this office. I cleared out. A bunch of stuff. Sent the the number of people some prizes and so forth that You know I called for if anybody wanted to get these programs all these derby and preakness Belmont and travers and Readers Cup. The programs and more than some people made donations to charitable things. And I'll send you make a request if you're I did get I did. I did cut into it. I cut the the program stack down. I'll tell you what I've got is just way too many. I've got racing forums. I've got newspapers from momentous events. I've got sports included. The world series a the reds reds. One Ninety got that I got. I just got boxes and I must have six full boxes of racing forms from breeders cups and triple crown and Sara. I've got I've actually got a boxer too in the back room downstairs and how many how many raise your hand. How many do that have this? I've got full summers of Saratoga. Full Summers all thirty six days. And then forty two. I like a lunatic. I found actually I found A. That's okay case. Go ahead.
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"For Generation Theresa Asks. I left some containers out over winter. Some of them have a pretty green moss growing on top of the soil. Can I plan my annuals in those pots? And leave the Moss on top of his as a mall tour will compete with my flowers. That's a darn good question and I'm going to bet because I don't know absolutely. I'm going to bet that. Moss will not compete sufficiently the moss least those that I know of different colors and leaf shapes and so on are pretty much on top of the soil. Now they have to have contact for moisture and so on but they're they're not APP to send a route down deep enough to be competitive so if she can kind of cut them back because I know some of them will matt up. You can actually cut so to speak sheets of it If if she can simply kinda cut a ex us a small trial and pools corners back. Plant the annuals Petunias in particular in her case. I don't see why there would be competition now. The only thing that might happen. Moss does need moisture but moss can be drowned in order to keep petunias sufficiently moist. There may be some competition from the opposite side where in order to cater to the Petunia. The Moss might suffer a little bit but I have indeed done not in pots. But I've done that. In other places including cutting sheets moss loose from a what a walking surface and put it up on pots such as those that I have my little bone size. And and then.
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