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The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
"mr paul" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
"Strong been signs on this. We raise Clay so Talk a Off jazz lab keeping it real up Your escape from the ordinary jazz. Dot com Uh-huh very cool music from guitars. Erosion oi here at the jazz lounge not only play the interesting music yours. Play the interesting name around the show. Annoy and google project with merry go around. This is latest and greatest. Mr eric on saxophone. Chance to break bread with jazz festival darius breaking the selena alright. The daughter of the sax legend mr gerald albright with unchartered love her disc conversations. Her debut release will not Nicest santa debut sees. I've heard companies took it down to the down under courtesy of the blooming. Onion and urban soul the urbana the the disc and the to call deep. Started with Guitar producer. Chart topper mr paul brown sexy thang from the one way back. This more grim is going to core looking forward to a plan for you. how about the sound. Anr as well as vocalist by the name of seoul. The washington dc market as well as jeff alpert..
The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
"mr paul" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
"Your escape from the ordinary jazz dot com off very cool music from guitars erosion. Oy here at the jazz lounge not only play the interesting music. Play the interesting name around the show annoy and the project with merry go around this. His latest and greatest. Mr eric darius on sackville had a chance to bring him with the jazz festival darius breaking the selena. Alright sachs mr. gerald albright with uncharted love her disc conversations. her debut. Release the I've heard companies took down to the down under courtesy of the blue and onion. Mind and urban soul urbana the the disc. A tool call. Deep started with the guitar producer. Man chart topper. Mr paul brown with sexy. Thank from the one way back. This more grim is going to court looking forward to a plan. Some all the sounds of anr as well as vocalist by the name of seoul. The washington dc market as well as jeff alpert. This is the newer jazz lounge..
Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"mr paul" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Listen i'm sean this on the internet. It must be true right categorically wrong. This is a post directed at hikers and other backcountry users want of. I will recently trouble is. It's a totally wrong. And if you should get lost well it could affect rescuers attempts to rescue you eight o. Eight now northern colorado's voice one of three one thirteen ten k. Fda mornings with gail from the auto collision specialist studios and pull this out of the denver post piece by kiernan that nicholson which i think is pretty relevant as you know many of us do like to get out and enjoy the backcountry but hikers and other backcountry users who get lost and have low cell phone battery power should not change their voicemail as part of a rescue measure. They're not gonna leave a message. They're trying to reach you at a companion piece along with this just recently a hiker got lost in colorado and then ignored rescuers calls because they came from a number that the lost hiker did not recognize meanwhile back to this virtual post it was billed as a public service announcement. Well it suggested. Incorrectly that a voicemail change with a new message providing your current location to anyone who reaches your phone. Well would be the way to go. But it's not. You had evergreen base to alpine rescue team. Which is responded to wilderness emergencies in colorado since nineteen fifty nine. Yeah they kind of know what they're taking about talking about they take a exception to the change. Your voice mail suggestion This is according to howard. Paul with the alpine rescue team. Mr paul went on to say post like this. Get your attention. They get liked by people. Who don't know any better are shared by folks. Ostensibly trying to be helpful and the algorithm spreads it like wildfire. Now many people who are lost or need help in the mountain back country well wind up low on cell phone battery life after taking lots of photos and running those map and trail apps inevitably. Mr paul said when we get a call for help and we are able to reach the missing party by phone or text the first words out of their mouth is i have.
WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"mr paul" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
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WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"mr paul" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
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Sekeres & Price Show
"mr paul" Discussed on Sekeres & Price Show
"We had booked him before the news out of the white cabs is blake's broadcast partner on the tsn television. Inside for whitecaps fc matches also a coach with her. National team is a pleasure to welcome back our dear friend. Mr paul dolan to secure some price. It's a pleasure to speak to you that you feel it. Well are yeah yes paul. Thank you very very very kind. I know you've been on the show before. I was engaged at a hospital at the time. So thank you for that. My friend being back just first and foremost your reaction to the firing mark to santos says the caps coach. Well let me just mute axel zoom college. He's still going. Yeah then he's just taken off training he was on the call for a little bit as well What's the reaction well. I'm surprised even though obviously throat. The last few years there have been struggles and big time. Struggles big dips where you saw that the end might be near Sooner than it was and then kind of turn things around a little bit at least if you look at it on the glass how full-sized having lost and mls play free games and a big win against l. afc actually thought l. Afc game was the most exciting game that I've called anyway in the last two or three years. So i kinda figured with that momentum and things going in the right direction. Mls wise anyway that he was safe for the year but he and the rest of the organization put such a huge emphasis on doing. Well mclean championship to stumble at the first hurdle again an honestly to stumble as horribly as they did. Last night i I wasn't surprised when i saw the note. Just now it's always a shock and i'm always Because you you grow an attachment to these people and let me tell you mark. This has been phenomenal in terms of providing insight ahead of every game. He does it you know from orlando during the. Mls is back tournament last year from salt lake this year it has to be grind for him and to give the insight that he does ahead of games..
The Paul Finebaum Show
"mr paul" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Three one to go. Welcome back into the paul finebaum. Show peter burns. Sitting in for mr paul finebaum today. A five to four two. Paul is the phone number as always. You can hit me up on twitter at peter burns. Esp in we've been having a back to school theme right like all week long talking to some of the great student journalists around the sec. So now it's time to head up the lexington hundred shelton of the kentucky kernel hit sports editor over. There is joining us a hundred. I'm so excited because each year. There's a little bit more. Pardon me that loves mark. stoops at what. He's building lexington What is it that excites wildcat fans up there about this upcoming year well peter making grabbing me. First of all i will say you know. We're now entering year. Nine under mark stoops He's it's another short tenure coach share. You know he's. He's built his culture. He's program and i think one of the more exciting things susan liam cohen bring him in from the rams You know they've moved away from eddie grand. It's gonna be a new offense. I think that a lot of fans have been dying to ask you years and amino with cone lettuce and you're going to see some more spread you know. Lettuces got the dual threat. Thing going for him. So i think you're going to see a new look on the offensive side of the ball. Uk so obviously big blue nation is awesome right anytime you go up there. And it's all about coach carlo with the cats are going to be able to do right. How much has that conversation been this year with this team. Does he feel like there's a different buzz around campus. Because of that you know kentucky fans are always optimistic sometimes may be too optimistic. I think they know that there's a lot of talent this year. I would argue. This may be the the deepest team. Mark stoops has had in his tenure at uk. So i think they know that there's a possibility that they could make a run You know finish top two in the east possibly But you know they. Uk fans do tend to get ahead of themselves a little bit so I think they need to take it one day at a time in tennessee where it goes from there. I love your your coaching. The team as they go in the fan base you talk about. We'll let us in. It's crazy. I mean from the today show to the viral video that he's had what's it like on campus is kind of this johnny manziel. Big man on campus thinkers. You kind of low key and chill you know. I think we'll pretty chill i. I haven't seen him on. Campus personally But you know obviously with a tick talking in. I'll sorta things. He's going to make the most of that. And i think his star you know can be as big as he wants to make to be in your. Bbn's going to respond to that for sure we've seen so much changes in the sport whether it's transfer portal name image aliveness and stuff like that when you cover it there for kentucky because there are some big stars and all of these sec schools. How how if any have you seen it change or is it kind of much do about nothing at. I think it just kind depends on the player with basketball. You might see a little more that public stuff but the vibe that i've gotten from the football team so far is that they're not really letting that distract them you know. They're they're more focused on the on. The field stuff rather than the off the field stuff so i think here and there you'll see a deal come up here and there for a player but i don't think it's going to be a big thing on lexington's campus this season. You know hundred when we talk about kentucky. We're talking about chris rodriquez right. We're talking about one. Dale robertson the talented transfer from nebraska. And of course. We'll lettuce but you guys are always turning out a lot of a lot of content right. Are there any stories in kind of realize that we don't know about that around kentucky athletics that you guys have worked on recently You know. I think with this football team. There's a lot of great stories on there's been a lot of people transferring in and each time we get to media and we get these people you know you there. Everyone so person will on this team here. You're getting so much good coverage and everyone that i've spoken with you. You always learn something new about him whether you know. It's where they come from what they used to. Do you know what they're doing now. What they're studying a uk No one in particular but like it's a very fun group. Yeah again it. Does that feel like it's changed over the last couple of seasons in years that you've been there as far as you know opening up a little bit more. Yeah i do think. It's changed a little bit since i've been here. This is really the first year that i've been able to cover football myself but You know obviously everything's always kind of in the shadow of basketball here so to see football players get a little more buzzes excited. All right so with that being said it is in the shadows of basketball coach cal and the cats coming off a one of their more trying. Here's than ever before. I would say that. What's what's the idea of what this team is gonna look like going forward or people already started kind of projecting that senate again for me it cut out no just double check in about like what is the idea of what big blue nation basketball is going to look like. Our people were super excited after kind of a tough twenty twenty season. I think this kind of put a lot of fans in check that you know. Not every year is going to be a successful one in in-and-out kinda year again. They've got a lot of good talent coming in from the transfer portals. So if those guys are able to plug in well obviously john calipari is going to get the most out of those guys for for you. We have an opportunity..
The Paul Finebaum Show
"mr paul" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Next Calling from texas. hello bill. Hey mr paul. How are you doing great. Thank you good. Alabama football fan says nine hundred sixty three and are what i wanted to share with you. Today was what i How i look at the went. Oh you and texas join and start playing football. Sure i have A nine games. Sec scheduled for each team have four divisions arkansas. Oh you texas and am into west moving east lsu ole miss mississippi state and missouri and then going farther east alabama auburn tennessee and vanderbilt and then on the east kentucky south carolina georgia and florida. And where You know each team within the the four divisions would play each other every year and then they would play One team out of each of the other three divisions every year and then Every four years everybody would have against everybody so like a freshman if they stay off for years. We get to play against every team in the sec. That is what you said there at. The end is was what i continue to hear. They wanna make it available so you don't go eight years or nine years before you have a road game at florida or or somewhere else and i think i i don't know if they'll end up being divisional play or what but i do think your model is pretty close to where they are. Well then you could have like The the the team from the two debates of the east that has the best record and the team from the two divisions in the west. How the with the best record. They could play for the sec championship. Yeah it's just a just. Here's what i heard the other day. And thanks for the call. I think ultimately however however it works out schedule wise the sec championship is going to consist of the teams with the two highest percentage. Rankings just like the big twelve. Does it right now in other so That that's unofficial. Because i don't think that really know yet until we get an end date or start date at. This is all just whiteboard conversation. Thank you very much. Chris in maryland. You're on the air. Hello chris hi. This is joey with my dad. Chris oh hey thank you will the f. e. make a penalty for the horns down or detected attempt to suck it up. I don't think that's that's an issue yet. It seemed like when when this came out a couple of weeks ago it was the end of the world type of mentality. But i. I'm sure the sec will do everything they can to make texas feel comfortable but considering a lot of other things in the sec are never enforced like the like the cowbells at mississippi state. I don't i don't see this being punitive here in the sec. Thank you so much. Thank you nice of you to call from maryland. let's go to vinnie. who is in connecticut. Hello vinny gall. Hey there buddy vinny last. The last time we spoke was maybe maybe two years ago before this twilight zone that we've been in. We went back and forth a couple of times about how terrible oklahoma's defense it was at the time. And you know you and you're right you know i'm just saying you know. The numbers spoke for themselves. But anyway that's the last time that i called. I just want to Just say you know. My thoughts have been from the beginning. Because i'm you know huge college football fan since my college years. Nineteen seventy. i'm seventy. I'm seventy years. Also i've loved this for fifty years. And i'm looking so forward to when i look at the schedule and i see georgia alabama coming into norman or vice versa. As when i look at the schedule. Now i'm like in heaven i pinch myself. I said this is going to be great. There's going to be games of the century. Every week is going to be a tournament every week now. It's going to be the greatest thing ever talk about. Oklahoma oklahoma versus alabama oklahoma versus auburn. Oklahoma florida georgia. Great huge texas. A and m. I mean it is endless in texas is pretty much the same way because texas and anyone is You still got the new one college football. You're living a lie. If you don't say you love this well yeah i'm just And and before. I have to hang up because you're probably going to hang up on me. I know i would never in connecticut there. You go and anyway let me. Just say that you before i say another minute totally envious toilet totally out of envy but i say that with respect and admiration to you as you do what i've been doing for fifty years with one slight difference you get paid for it. So the respect and admiration believe me and and a couple of years ago you said. You came to connecticut every week at the time to for. I would fly into hartford every saturday night. Yeah you'd end up in bristol and about a half hour from bristol. Hopefully i hope we talk enough to someday. Split a shrimp cocktail someday. Our love anyway. We'll get back to my point Everybody's you know kicking around a lot of things about espn sticking their foot in this or their nose in this. Let me just say everybody again. Because of my fifty years of watching the flag. There's going to be so many canoes in the lake. Now of people doing games from every region and everywhere the flagship station for college football. Abc who going back to chris. Schinkel inferred wilkinson and espn is abc. It makes total sense. It would be unfair to have anybody else. Be the flagship. I don't care how they stuck there for it in there. Thank god that they did. And i have selfish reasons for that. Because i'm gonna love everything that's going to happen but it makes total sense why. Abc espn would be the flagship station for college football. Because they've always been and they had the vision back in sixty eight and sixty nine they had they had the wonderful vision to see what the features are gonna be in here. It is and it makes total sense that they'd be at the table by the way vinnie. i mean. Cbs has played a role in all this. But they're moving on abc abc. News games Chris schinkel kirsch ankle beautiful afternoon here in west. Lafayette indiana and his famous line was ncaa. College fulbright what better way to spend an autumn afternoon. You're absolutely i grew up. I love hey. Thanks for the call. And i know we talked about this a lot. But you know back then in the sixties into the seventies you know. If you're if you're tennessee fan you may have had two games..
The Paul Finebaum Show
"mr paul" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Already aldo is up next in new orleans. Hello good afternoon to you. Hey mr paul how are you. We are doing great. Good i am. I want to agree with Mister herbstreet about what he said about that. You know the the Tradition and and whatnot I think are going by the wayside With this new alignment and everything. I really feel horribly for eight schools. Left in the big twelve I don't see how one day you can be considered Being able to play for a national championship and the next day Year some type of lesser institution relegated. To what would be the group of five. Yeah i think you're right about that. I mean herp. Herbstreet made some a lot of news with what he said but on the other hand college. Football has been moving towards this for some time. I mean this seems like a tipping point but with everything else. That's been going on. It really shouldn't be that surprising. I'm not saying it's surprising. But the point is i mean you know if you wanna play at the highest level at. But you're considered a mid major say for instance like the schools in the afc and the leftover as big twelve and some schools in the mountain west conference. I think you ought to be able to have that opportunity. Like they were given all of them in. The twelve team proposed playoff. Yeah i i think. I'm glad you said that. Because that twelve team proposed playoff now seems to be up in the air with everyone wanting to pause it which i don't understand why i thank you for the call and i thought the commissioner's comments were were were spot on the other day when we joined it when he joined us here. Marshall is not is up next in south carolina. hella marshall. how are you. Marshall thank you. We're we're doing great glad to hear it. I were questions about the the rumor. The clemson florida state have either reached out or have reached out to this. They say about potentially joining the conference. The i've seen that out there. And i don't know you know the source of that but i happen to think that is a ridiculous story See i thought that texas and local. I thought that was ridiculous. Swell or something about texas and oklahoma oklahoma has been lurking out there for years and they are in a much weaker position. Clemson and florida state are are in a stronger league and the the idea that they could break away from their current contract with that league. It's inconceivable and quite frankly. I don't mean to be disrespectful towards those two schools. But what would the sec. Do with them right now. And how would. I really healthy. Sec overall florida state's already covered by florida and clemson is bigger brand as it is Doesn't really bring you any more viewers. Okay do you think that These other conference. I really don't know what to make the big joe. I think that perjure with like the big ten of the pack twelve would be in their best interest. But do you think that the acc In particular kind of try. And add teams like notre dame or central florida in order to attempt to compete with the sec. And it's going to be a lot harder out something. But i don't know what the acc can do to entice notre dame right now Notre dame is sitting there in such a great spot. And you know what usually encourages a program to come into your league. Maybe better television and to make more money. And i asked this question rhetorically. But there's notre dame really need any more money probably not but it might help see it seems like most of these teams are kind of more revolved around the body or they are actually competing in the sports them. Being in the acc would give them a better opportunity to compete. But i'm sure that's not their best marshall. Remember something This team playoff is going to happen. It may not happen next year or or the year after it will happen in notre dame is covered if it does Notre dame has already been grandfathered into that Because of jack's warburg being on that committee. So i i mean i frankly think notre dame ought to be in a league..
American Illegals Podcast
"mr paul" Discussed on American Illegals Podcast
"Whatever had to top secret security clearance legit. That's all we got. It gave him some fucking legit fucking clearance. Go through some crazy shit. This pretty don't and all that stuff only okay. So he was born in july January january january nineteen thousand nine hundred eighty five fifty five sixty six. Okay so now this is. This is the whole thing now. Can we go back to this. Can we go to the screen back to me. I wonder if i'm related to hammer. So there's no way no. There's no way what. I know about paul rodriguez now. That is who he is when he was born. That's where he comes from. But paul rodriguez man what he did for the latino community for example when. I first started comedy there if you if you asked me. What's your favorite stand up. Comedian new winning. Paul rodriguez in. I'm at the age of twenty three years old the next day my new cars and see it in. That's about it anybody ever asks me. I'm a professional comedian. But if anybody asked me. When i was twenty three years old name five spanish or wilkerson. I didn't do willie. But i didn't even know willie existed. I didn't even know if willie was still doing. Standup willie was in mainstream. Like like paul rodriguez c. You said i say paul rodriguez. Most of our viewers are going. We know that as you said really barcena. Most of our viewers go I don't know who that is so the normal personnel as a comedy is comedy person. You know who really is as comedian. We would know but as a regular fan. I don't know. Willie the regular fan knows paw you understand. The regular fan knows carlos for what they've done on television and film all stuff so at that time between two three year old in two thousand one. All i knew was poetry is carlos mencia and that was enough for me to be inspired to go. I can do it if they can do. I can do it in in politics as a huge huge like background. I mean he has multiple movies and multiple. tv shows. He has a huge history. Don't confusing son. Who's a skater and sponsored by nike and has his own shoe which i had the pleasure of hosting one of his events for ways. You telling me that the skater pira. That's his son. That's what that's the you're doing. That's a sudden no way. Paul rodriguez junior. That's aside sudden. Wow that's fucking. Cool outside the fucking. He's one of skateboarder. Highschool ahead is posters. Up on my fucking rotate. So when you were in high school. When his mom increase nike deal came in for hugh. yeah. I was one of the comedians that was hired to promote it with ninety. So we would. Do these live events and i was hosting these events and chill up our show of us. I know your days. What's up dude. And he would fuck out his tennis shoes to inner city. Kids bro. my world is rocked right now. Who is crazy dude in in. It's funny. Because i knew his dad and he was like in a totally different world. He's the best in his field and his dad's the best in his brother so it all happened because an american legal cave in fucking shook right now so look. Mr paul rodriguez decided mr paul. J. rod the power of the sick as dunk. Fuck it and the sickest nike like three something right now. Resale prices really us yeah. His shoes are sick. I had appeared original..
"mr paul" Discussed on Drum History
"Look into the drum history podcast. I'm your host bart vendors e and today. I'm joined by mr paul mason of tempest drums. Paul welcome to the show. Thank you how are you. I'm doing great I'm really excited to have you on the show as a very respected and Just a tempest drums in the circles of people who've used them and know about them in on the forums. When i was doing research there's not really any bad comments about them. They're very just loved drums And you've got a bit of a following which is great but Yeah that's that's just so cool you could create this brand well very fortunate in In some respects with the with timing various opportunities that came along. But i also. I think also that the uniqueness of what i did helped to to push it along in that way. I mean there was nobody else doing that. Then i don't think there is even now so with any not that helped it to stand out from so many great craftsmen out there but nobody doing the compass thing in the way that i did it so sure which you know. We'll talk all about the uniqueness Of your brand and what you know the materials used and all that stuff but One we step back first and we'll get that You know the carbon fiber and all that with with. But i maybe start talking about your background and really what was the origins of tempests. Okay well i took my first drum lessons in about the middle of february of nineteen seventy one having moved here from From england via montreal finally got into music of that age. I was i was thirteen. I think and finally got a a little drum set for my fourteenth birthday that that july much like the one that you had described though hi hats just the just the just very the very bare minimum. You know no good stuff and that was enough to get me through a three or four years. I suppose of learning to play in developing adding bits and pieces to it but then it was a company in vancouver that have been formed. I think in Sometime in nineteen seventy three which was called milestone percussion and it originally was kind of a part of a drum shop in town here called drum village which was co owned by. A man named michael clapham. So i think the year that i got out of high school which would have been nineteen seventy five I went down to drum village to try these. These these these instruments. I'd heard i'd heard quite a few good things about them and they were quite a few players at the time who were kind of getting on board with that. I think gary. I don't know whether you guys know of the band max webster. You might well do some of your some of your more diehard canadian aficionados. Max webster had a drink gary mccracken. Who was a great player. He'd he bought himself a set. Jerry mercer with april wine perhaps better known. Billy cobb in those days had also had a set built. So i went along. You know and i thought they were just wonderful. So i put down a handful of cash and i had to build me a set. It was the first canary yellow. Said they'd ever created the only reason i went with canary. Yellow is because i'd seen a photograph of yan hammer playing a canary yellow gretch said and i thought well that seems nice. Yeah and so. Shortly after that. I became a full time. Professional gigging traveling musician at the age of eighteen at the time and They took milestone because they were so busy at took them the best part of a year to to build the set for me was i finally took delivery of while i was gigging and i played that sets added onto it and then played that set basically for i don't know the best part of eight or nine years i think before. I reluctantly had to concede that i was never going to be an internationally renowned rockstar began looking for something else to do. This would have been the nineteen nineteen eighty-four so by which time the milestone percussion operation was for sale. So i went to see. Michael clapham and We chatted and eventually i bought the milestone operation and At the time he wanted a quite a lot of money for the the milestone brand name which. I couldn't afford the at the time but also unfortunately He had managed to damage the name. Quite badly was an unusual man. He had some funny ideas about Customer service updating the product and you know things that kind of make it more alluring for for newcomers. So i didn't. I didn't buy the milestone name for him. Which is why the name tempests Came about and. I think it was something that my brother david i can't. He's a designer. Well among other things I think it was a name that my brother david i kind of came up with tempests of course being effectively time sure in latin in latin as much as i speak latin google that i don't know any latin. Yeah i think you know. Google might have had a dictionary but that was about it. And so that was that was the that was the beginnings of tempests as it was known in april i eighty five was the was launch date for that officially and it was then tempus instruments. Inc.'s i think we went with texas instruments because it you know it sort of seemed as if that offered a few possibilities if we wanted to go beyond drums who knew it was probably some philosophy. Yeah what did you acquire so when you bought milestone with. He building his own shells. Like what all equipment did you get besides just the name which you obviously ended up not using because of the whole you know yeah start fresh tallahassee he the the the philosophy behind milestone always was and it was it was it was it was the basis for the company was that they built their own shells You know we'll get to the.
The Erick Erickson Show
"mr paul" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Wsb radio my flagship station. Who is at the funeral for gene ciller She is Gene ciller is the golf pro who was killed Brian roden as was just talking about in the last half hour is the suspect here. And i wanted to get robin on the phone and talk for just a moment Let's see here. I can pull up robin. Welcome to the program. How are you. Hey eric great listen. Thanks very much for doing this. I know there's a. There's a little bit of a delay hang on a second. Let me make sure. I've got you properly routed here because there we are right now. I know i've got your properly routed. So so folks can hear you set a quota over the speaker of the studio. I can you cut a set. The scene for us here at a. Jean sellers funeral. And i assume there's a large crowd. Yeah there's about a thousand people. It was private. And so we're not getting into you know everything that went on the inside. Needless to say it was absolutely heartbreaking. you have a thousand people Family that he had his wife's the tucson his parents in town from ohio and hundreds of people from the country club in attendance along with officers who were in plain clothes. That were there people who have worked on this case. Tirelessly eric i'll tell you. There's a lot of outstanding questions We do have. Brian wrote in the suspect who's charged with the murder behind bars. But i heard you earlier in your segment. You know who are some of the enablers around him who picked him up at Ten poll in the woods in kennesaw who bill him out of jail the first time when he got out police had him in custody on july fourth in the wee hours driving around with no license plate Six a total of six misdemeanors no headlights. Who bailed him out of jail. And then they lured him back with the ruse that they you know that had is is money. Hey get your cash. There's a lot of outstanding questions here. Also in terms of the investigation itself. Eric Who is henry. Val dad's it's the forty six year old from anaheim california who was dead in the back of the truck. Who is mr paul pearson seventy six from topeka kansas. Who owned the puck. And what is the connection to this man were they buying drugs from him and he encounter them..
The Paul Finebaum Show
"mr paul" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Or it's monday. Friday doesn't matter. Day ends in y peter burns in for mr paul finebaum eight five five two four two. Paul is the phone number as we are weak away from sec media days. We didn't get a chance to have it last year. I felt robbed right last year. Is kind of our our homecoming. Everybody gets a chance to talk to the coaches the players the medium members. Yeah there's a lot of echo chamber stuff that goes around but a lot of kind of behind the scenes conversations that help us know a little bit more about these teams like. I'll never forget the time that i ran into mark stoops at sec media days this is gonna say twenty seventeen or twenty eighteen and he was upset. I mean totally ticked off and this is not on camera. This is behind the scenes and a little kind of private little area. We have and i go coach. What's wrong like what are you good like. I mean somebody upset you. And he just goes on a tirade just talking about nobody's giving my guys any respect and you gotta realize as ridiculous and blah blah blah and. It was that moment that i realized knowing mark stoops the way i know him that oh kentucky's about to be pretty damn good now remember. That was the year they won ten games right and so it's those little nuances those little conversations. Those little nuggets that you get from media days of seeing how a team is reacting. How a coach wants to talk about his team's like if you read between the lines you can actually tell a lot about somebody's team after they get past all the cliches eight five five two four two. Paul is the number. Richard alabama. Stephen alabama will get to your phone calls in a second. But i see jim in tuscaloosa is this. Is this right.
SRB Media Podcasts
"mr paul" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts
"Your spirits yourselves free to points. Today we're joined by the one another the mark at a at are ever going i. It all road. Ready to go onto ninety. Mr paul hit kiss memory memory. Bank himself you're more of goodbye. You ex excellent. Of course to the one on any mrs brown and start the show tonight. Ladies and gentlemen just mcdonagh from fun cam group and of course we are. -joyed laserjet louis from belgium belgium as overseas joins rivals. Say the wanna know need. Roddy roddy i give me one right. Yeah okay no man. no chance. Speaking idea of the african needs. So i'm i'm counting my steps. Now forty five. Anyway look noah slee spruced up that louis gehrig's blindly basically the retreats and about the latest swayed in swooning recognize boys in goes. I'm in a good mood tonight. We wanna game with alan. What you reckon also to bitch without. I didn't expect also point would have been about you. Know the guy took appoint book. What about you. yeah. I'll just expected to get on with something out the guy north feeling it. Yeah and you deserve to drink after about win on side. You deserve a drink after all the other results. Clay shaw what about yourself. Poke quick analysis on the guy then yet thought we so we will well worth three points. Harper midfield regard. It was excellent. Not really what while An update failed one of the officials. Poor decisions in the afl china's anything that was a red caught on that from the early that will take it. We'll take it. Even when we deliver mennonite levin be still saying so overall for me while worth the fray points right when when hogan put spanish crossing. But that's what you gotta do. We hope and you're to get the ball in the talk. Napoleon's the buffs to up to the top. It made a difference. Well yeah. Pumpkin was on the giants ever the dog so in from whites up in the boom of his wealth of the one in when sanchez put it in with the dog ball and hogan headed in he. Just you just got to give him. The serb is giving the service. The net marine. Yeah yeah but. But i i've noticed it. Celebrate a window for change mark. Goodness me now. Tomorrow is gonna be a tough game tomorrow. Night is going to be norrish. They apply in a minute. My goodness me. Can we post some reckon. I think what we did what we did we get home. We just gotta get rid of these hug. Who do i think the one thing. That's a big difference as wild and holiday mentioned it in his interview after the guy was the slowing that was put by trying to grind..
Bloomberg Radio New York
"mr paul" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"I want to show you something that one of your earliest clients, Tristin, Thompson said about you and get you to react to it on the other side. Remember the first time I call rich? I'm like Good afternoon, Mr Paul. And he's like hey, was something I'm like, Okay like it do me out because you're like the first time you meet someone like I'm always start with the kids. Wish I'm 16 17. She's like, have manners be polite. Sounds like Well, Mr Paul, this is Tristan Thompson here, and he's like, Hey, what's up? What's up? Double T was going on like, okay. I'm looking at him, like are these guys like Like, you know, it makes you feel come from my dad's stuff was going on. Another reason why I got with risk, especially just because I want to have some representative understands me understands my life to understand what I went through as a kid, you know, like me being a black man and being represented by rich but who's also an African American man. It's shoes because we're me, which always talk about it. We want to find a way to put more people like us in position of power. And I think what rich is doing is a zbig step in then I think You know he's not finished. You know everyone's things like, you know. Yeah, he's you know, in the top agents, and that's great. Finally, no one thing more rich Paul. He's never going to stop. You know, he always keeps the wheels are always turning. His brain is always working. The man hardly sees I got finally to get him some rest. I'm like, Go on vacation brother like this is too much. That was great. Um, yeah. You know, Tristin is someone who knows me better than anybody. I've been with him to see the 16 years of age. Going back to that time that he described. He came to Cleveland, and we kind of talked and you know, it was really young and impressionable about things and so moving forward when he got on campus at Texas Hey, called me one day and was like, bro, I need a car. Gotta find a way to get me a card. I said Why would you need a car on campus? So you got a basketball team? Will you need a car for and he's like, Because this person got a card. That person got a constant, Tristen. It don't matter what they had. You gotta put blinders on. You're trying to get to the finish line. And so I said at the end of the day, you have a goal achieved that goal. Feel good habits and I could get it to you. You're gonna be able to get whatever you want. So that was one obstacle we overcame and so seeing Tristen He knows me and I know him way love each other. And when you have that it makes me able to do my job better because I could tell him something without worrying about him firing me..
WCBM 680 AM
"mr paul" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"To your door. All the old Andy Griffith show. They're a little bit of gossiping there on Andy Griffith. Um Dave cereal. Good morning to you. It's good to be with you looking forward to talking to you at 4 10 Wcbm 6 80. Let's go back to the phones and talk with Jae in Caitlin's ville. Hey, J. How you doing? I'm doing great. Now the mice in the car? Yes, way We do this for our trailer and West Virginia that we closed down in the winter time. Okay. Original Irish spring. So Wow, That's strong stuff. Yes. Cut it up and put it all over the place. Okay, and it keeps the mice away. Very good. And that's an expensive too right. They tell him to $4 our trees. You get you get everything their dollar tree. I'll tell you, you know. So if he would put some of that in this car and the engine, whatever whatever. It might work, Okay. It has worked for you, then. Yes. At the trailer yet working great. That's like that's like the guy who bought the elephant gun. Isn't there the elephant gun working as long? I haven't seen an elephant. So must work now. But that is good Irish spring, and that is a different scent. So but by all means and e guess they don't like the strong flavor. Right. He's got to be original, though. It's got to be the green original that you got. Okay. Well, I appreciate that, Jay. Thank you, buddy. Thanks a lot, And it's cold up here. Oh, I know. I know it is. It's gonna gonna get some snow, they say, But, you know, we'll have to find out if they're gonna get really What would they say? You know, it's it's always Ah. It's always a chance there. I wish I could be that accurate in my job. Okay. Thank you, buddy. You have a great day. Appreciate the call. Bye bye. Paul is in Parkville. Hello there, Mr Paul. Hey, Dave. How you doing that I'm doing well, sir, doing well. One of them to call you on the show because I hadn't done that before. So good will appreciate that. Glad you joined. Anyway, I'm thinking about heading down that way. Well, smart move. In my opinion. I love it down here. A lot of Yeah. Anyway, I do have an issue. Um I bought a 2020 toilet of Highlander, okay? And I'm noticing that It's like sticking on 3000 rpm's, and it doesn't want to upshift. If I'm going under load going uphill, it it just one of its wants to stay on 3000, even if they take my foot off the accelerator. Then back on again. It's still wants to hang around 3000 and the dealer looks at it and says there's nothing wrong, so I don't understand why, when they put these cars on the machine, but they're not pulling Codes or that we're not seeing what I'm seeing. Well, there's the check engine light came on and all No, that's that's lovely, um, because that means not normally, there's no codes. There aren't any codes in the system, but you never know it's it's always a good idea to try to do a computer test on it just to make sure Sometimes these codes can hide but someone they could be history codes to They came in there a little while ago but aren't on there aren't in there now. I'm trying to understand what you're saying. In other words, you're accelerating. Let's say, for example, you're you're at a traffic light and you you accelerate and you have your first year you go through your second gear, and then you're coming up like the third gear and you take it up to three things. Rpm's And it's not going into fourth gear. Is that about what you're trying to tell me? Right? Wants to hang on on like the third gear, I guess, And then it just wants to stay on 3000 for a little while. Well, what I would expect Okay. And you're not. You're not doing any kind of manual shift to it. You're just have it in drive, correct. Well, yes, but in order to compensate for that, sometimes I put it in the manual shift and then upshift manually get it out of that 3000 rpm when if you don't do that it will stay at the 3000 Mark. In Dr Uh, just longer than it should it eventually shifts, But it just stays there longer than what I think it should. Well, I I'm not gonna tell you that It's normal, but it maybe it all depends on the circumstances. If, for example, if you're still giving it enough gas At 3000 rpm's It is you're still giving it a little bit of gas. It's probably not going to shift to that fourth until you get a little higher than three things. I thought the car was that for you, whether you could go over the 3000 rpm or not of by what you're talking about, But it is going to hang around there unless you either let off the gas or at this point don't accelerate as much. Because the way it's designed it's supposed to keep that power there if you need it, so I'm not sure whether what you're describing to me is normal with normal acceleration. I kind of would have to be there. I think in order to see what you're exactly doing, but If you let off the gas, it should definitely ball off of 3000 rpm's. It's not doing that. Then Something is definitely a miss, but I don't know what it would be. With the without in the check engine light lit up. It usually does not mean that it's anything to do with a Iittle situation or a acceleration situation. Because what is the problem? It would set a code. And it doesn't look like that's doing that what I would recommend. I know this sounds a little silly, but maybe go to your Toyota dealer that you bought the Toyota from the Highlander and drive another one, Dr. Another 2020 Highlander. And see if you get the same type of reaction from it. Maybe it is something that is normal on that vehicle. And the way to shift points are set up in the transmission that it could be fairly normal. But that would be the only thing that I can think of right now. Is to drive another one. And see what that you see what that feels like. Okay, good idea. Okay, um, On one other thing on this Serious about this is the first This is the first car ever that they're telling me that I don't don't have to do an oil change until 10,000 miles. I know a lot of the manufacturers have done that. Now. 7500. Miles is the longest that I recommend going. Without performing a simple A full synthetic will change. S so ironic, And you know, it's like politics. Okay? Nobody has a memory. But in the nineties and early two thousands, Toyota was 100% against full synthetic will In fact, they had their dealers tell people don't use full synthetic oil in their cars. I heard that over and over again from Toyota dealers right? But now, of course it's the common practice. They put a brand new in a lot of the vehicles. So yes, full synthetic oil can go 10,000 miles without having the will change. It can The product. Is that good equality that it can. The problem is is Americans. We don't open the hood in 10,000 miles, and that's not a good thing on Also, in my opinion, 7500 miles, That's probably about every six months for a lot of people. Maybe once a year for a lot of people, and that's the longest I'd recommend going, you know, without will change. So even if you use a full synthetic will, in my opinion, 7500 Miles is the is the barrier that I would you? No stop at But again if you will regularly, Okay, perhaps money. Check your back before you like a shop. 10,000. Miles is okay. But I still I still think the 7500 Mile mark. It's safer. Right. Well, I appreciate it and he's stay safe down in Florida certainly will try. Thank you so much. Appreciate the car. All right, buddy. All right, Nobody now. Taking a break back in just a few Dave Serios. You ought to know. Saturday mornings 8 to 10. 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Bloomberg Radio New York
"mr paul" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"On Bloomberg Quick, Take power by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than 120 countries. I'm Charlie Pellet. This is Bloomberg. This'll is the business of sports from Bloomberg Radio. Well, thanks so much for joining us. We're here each and every week for you at the same time Talking the biggest names in sports. I'm Jason Kelly alongside Mike Lynch and Michael Bar. Let's get back to our conversation with Paul Rabel that premiere at Lacrosse League co founder and player So Paul We have talked about a lot of stuff a lot of deep stuff, but I want to get to some recent news that folks may have missed in the flurry of the holidays, which is arguably the biggest merger, the biggest sort of coming together acquisition in the history. Of lacrosse, the PLL the MLL becoming one. How did this happen? This is a big big deal. Yeah, it is. You know, something that we talked about on the show back on October 22nd 2018. Is that in our initial run, our preference was to buy or figure out a way to work with them allow out of the gates because we put a lot of value in our analysis on this unity and 20 years of games. He couldn't come to that conclusion. But behind the scenes, there have been conversations. I think it cuts two ways. We, of course, believe in our model on the progress. We made a sport, but at the same time, we also had to prove that progress. Come to a deal that both parties felt was equitable. And that progress we've made since announcing on this platform was not just with the network and NBC, which the sport had never had that type of consistent exposure. We can actually build a rating system and build out the commercial value of the business. But we haven't put a ball in the net rolled out teams, coaches players. Bring on major sponsors. And so there was a lot of work. Our team has been able to do that and do that. Well, and I think the other pieces we had a successful 2020 and a lot of pro sports leagues did not Most were down 80%. We figured out a way to be up and you could make an argument that Hey, we were a second year league and there's a lot of room to grow from and we should be up. But When you drop tickets and onside merchandise and youth events like a big hit toe, everyone you guys made a very important and smart decision during this merger. PLL will retain the rights to all of the former MLL teams for future expansion considerations. That's very important because that's where the money is going to grow, expanding the entire league and you comment more on that. It's an interesting thing. So Michael Year we We've spent a lot of time talking, and I know like your almanac of sports history is strong is anyone's and we already do some things differently. Where Tour base our season operates like NASCAR and then part in parcel that we don't have cities tied to our teammates to try to support and enhance that tour based scenario where fans all over the country can support one of them of their favorite eight. Cll teams instead of feeling uninvited. If our original six teams were just in six cities on the East Coast that was difficult to digest, is we look into the future of sports? Does it head in the direction of trying to get to 32 teams, quoting the NFL wher That was where the end of the kind of the enterprise value always pointed to mathematically. But now, if you look at the NFL of the MBA, the lion's share of value and that's advertising dollars on television, too. Sponsorship on site that you know, Jersey patch value goes to your major market city teams with the best players in the world and whether that's the game's on Christmas Day in the MBA. All Star or playoffs. Those continue to be amplified and enhance properties where everything in between is kind of pact on. So as I think about the future of sport is it more towards talent, density and building enterprise value from fewer, or is it a race to having more now we're positioned to continue to analyze that. And find our sweet spot. Which cities will you be traveling to? As you said, It's it's pretty similar to the NASCAR. There are no home teams will be sort of on tour for the entire season. So one of the cities So we haven't announced our 2021 footprint yet. That's coming later this month. Obviously, like being mindful of the current environment, you know we were the first Team Sports League in North America to announce the solution of the pandemic and our bubble back in May. We did that on today's show is part of that call it creatively reckless mentality, but I hate to say reckless. And binding the solution that was created by our cove in 19 Internal medical Committee, But we had a direct access point to the White House asked for Sports committee, We have a number of members on our investor cap table who sit atop of the bio medical and health care industry. We're continuing to tap into both of those worlds. Understand now the path the vaccination back last year and April, we're working on it. It was the path to point of care testing, which, if you guys could remember wasn't even available. Had to go to the hospital if you were symptomatic, so he was a much different world. So we kind of understanding that in 2019 and 2024 summer sport was Can we predict in June through September looking like, how can we build a season? That's malleable to uncertainty, but also, you know, structured such that we can kind of continue to commercialize the opportunities. Right. Stay tuned for more of our conversation with Mr Paul Rabel, Premier Lacrosse League co founder and player that straight ahead on Bloomberg Business of Sports. In the meantime, I'm Jason Kelly Confined me on Twitter. Jason Kelly News. And I'm Mike Lynch. You can follow me at Lynch. He wcvb and Paul, I gotta bring you in. Where can people find you on Twitter? Sir, You can find me at Paul Rabel. That's already B I l for those that, like a lot of my friends.
Sips, Suds, & Smokes
Paul John Christmas Edition 2019 Whisky
"So we're going to have harm. Tell us a little bit of background on Paul John Distillery and lead us into that one. Thank you Bob. The Paul John Distillery. It was established in one thousand nine hundred eighty two and go on the west coast of India along the Arabian Sea. The distillery was founded by Mr Paul. P John mentioned that the chairmen of J. The L. One of the largest spirits company in India producing its flagship brand the original choice whisky which sells over ten million cases year holiday in India Mr John Warner to create a true single malt whisky so was born. They Paul John distillery their traditional style of copper. Pot Stills was designed and constructed in India in Gujarat state state where Mahatma Gandhi was born and there. I don't know why that was put in there. Is that people know about India Mahatma. Gandhi was wondering because you had to put that in there. Bob Thanks yeah for their. You'd complain if you're hung with a new rope. Keep going feel being tied up for their for their unimpeded malt. They use one hundred percent Indian ground six row barley source from Punjab Rajon another parts of northern India in previous shows we've discussed discuss six row barley versus two row barley using Scotland and the the traditional Scottish partly is to row which has a distinct has a distinct taste the six row barley. It hasn't more citrusy taste. So this barley malted outdoors in multiple facilities then ground and blended with water and distillers yeast and then fermented for sixty hours before double distillation for finally V. of sixty point five percent the Paul John has two main aging warehouses. The smaller one is located in an underground facility which she's lost tomato cooler year round temperature however the second larger warehouses above ground due to high temperature The region around around go on the evaporation rate is or the angel share for the barrels stored. There is typically between eight to twelve percent unlike Scotland which averages about two percent per year and because because of the higher evaporation rate most of the whiskeys as between three to seven years and compared to Scotch. Whiskey tastes much older. The Finnish whisky is non show filtered and the color is added to the bottle on site. And it's and it's bottled on site. Sorry and All the details combined to create a very distinctive Indian malts and so we're tasting today the Paul John Two Thousand Nineteen Christmas edition which is bottled at ninety two proof or forty six percent. Ab the expression is a blend of petered and unimpeded finished. whiskies that are finished in Pedro Jimenez casks and while the color and this this is like a burnt orange. The nose to me right away. I get walnuts now. It's with airs turning PECANS which I didn't get earlier Oranges Oranges Like burnt orange. Honey that six row barley character. I talked about earlier Raisins and The Pallet disqualifies along with that were engine honey and cinnamon raisin and it's just luscious and mouth coating and let me take