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"mr ron" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"mr ron" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"And when shu lien. Ron began creating his ultra reflective white paint. His intention was simple to make a product that would help humanity in its fight against global warming and in the process of doing that he ended up. Creating what guinness is now calling. The world's whitest paint mister. Ron is a professor in mechanical engineering. At purdue university we reached reached him in west. Lafayette indiana shooting. This may seem obvious. But what does the world's whitest paint actually look like i was saying that it's probably comparable to the new slow Snow you will see It might be bright. Your i wouldn't read it hurts. Your eye reflects the light diffusely too many different angles by israeli white. Well they're now. A decorator will tell you there are thousands of different white paint colors most people wight is just the same color no matter what but there so is there a spectrum it. Is there a bit of blue or green or anything in any tinge or is it. Just pure white is pure white. Water wise has any tone because They don't kind of reflect as much of all the wavelengths so But are paying Reflects all the wavelengths in the sunlight so it looks pure white. But you know you have not created this as an aesthetic quality is is not for people who want that perfect white but this is part of an effort to fight global warming. Can you describe what it actually does. Yeah we'll you start at work Seven years ago that was our targeted to fight global warming and at the beginning. We even thought that common is a white paint. Do this was not possible. So we started with something much more complicated multilayered kind of materials but After two years or so we came to realize wizard results we got. They were encouraging. We thought that the paint Might be on the you know on our horizon eventually. We came up with some innovative ideas. We use burma sulfate instead of typing. Oxide that was using commercial. Pain mean our promise off. Eight thousand dollars absorb any. I'll try valid then. We put a lot. More particles are paying still make it brush available and and variable. We finally use a bra size broad distribution of particle size so he can reflect Sunlight very uniformly and now we can reflect ninety eight point one person of sunlight which means it only absorbs one point nine percent which is saying that the paint it throws off more heat than it absorbs. So it's actually not just not absorbing heat it's actually cooling the surface yes exactly so Just like our our human body our human body immediately all the time and The key is to sort of the are paying absorbs almost no heat from the sun. so that's of condition where Our surface will emit more heat just like the body. The body absorbed nothing almost nothing from the sun. Okay now what is the benefit that for point of view of global warming that you see from this because of what it does inside that building what. It does to actually the exterior of buildings. You can put the pain say on. The roof definitely will absorb much less sunlight than the other commercial paints which means the heat from the sun would be reflected back to space so it won't kind of heat up on the roof or heat up the cd's and on the earth scale you will help absorb heat from the sun as well so it's gonna help get rid of the urban on effecting cities And help you know quote on yours so we have a lot university of california at davis group. They have done some model. I mean was the help of their model. We find out if we paying less than one person of the earth's surface with our paint issue give enough cooling power to totally reverse warming trend of of the irs also a eliminates the need for air conditioning in places where it gets hot right. Of course. yeah when you can Absorb last. Mike ness heat from the sunlight. Your houses won't be warm as much either so you will need much less air conditioning or even nominated our air conditioning so We haven't done the real scale house test yet. But based on our model so far we kind of predict that the in hot climates such as phoenix arizona or a reno nevada. We can save up to seventy five percent of air conditioning during the summer. Now you have also one on top everything else. As a guinness record guinness award for the world's whitest paint. What does that mean for you. Yeah well yeah so actually. There's a totally unexpected. When we heard that the guinness world records team reach out to purdue it in pass information to us we say. Wow i mean this is totally unbelievable by my students. Were also with me. Say my goodness So actually when we started the work seven years ago we were not definitely not targeting guinness world record. We were not even targeting a color. At that time we were thinking about the material to help cut air conditioning and save energy to save our planet from global warming but it just turns out our solution sort of evolved in the way that When we like to absorb as lido heat from the sun as possible as a appears to be white because y surface reflect the incoming light so So it's kind of a coincidence. I would say we already happy on the great in the owner by recognized You know by this record setting good work all around after you and the others who created this sounds really interesting and we'll we'll we'll watch for This paint turning up in places. That are very hot. And i appreciate you work. Thank you thank you very much. By shu lien. Ron is a professor in mechanical engineering. At purdue university we reached him in west lafayette indiana. Mr ron's whitest white might remind you of a story. We did about the extreme other end of the color spectrum. In two thousand nineteen carol spoke with massachusetts institute of technology professor brian wardle after he created a black so black that it absorbs ninety nine point nine nine five percent of visible light the one aspect of that we measured that a lot of folks don't is sort of sneaks to omni directional Blackness so most of these measurements done sort of like banging the light like you throw ball against the wall and it comes right back to you but late on real objects comes from all directions and our measurement we measure it so the at as a function of angle on the blackness degrade and i think that was one of the reasons why you know when we just visually observed it ourselves. Wow that's a lot darker than the normal really black stuff that that we've been handling decade practical applications you.

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"mr ron" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"mr ron" Discussed on WTVN

"Proof of vaccination. Some media show a negative covid testing. Some have no rules, all in Jacksonville. If you have covid hot dogs are half price. That's how they 8 37. It's Brandon Boxer. Good to have you back with us, By the way, How states? Unfortunately, there's one player that's going to be out for the rest of the season. Matt McCoy has more and that. Also, Ohio State officials are working on the digital ticket problem issue. They say it should be fixed before the Tulsa game. On Saturday on the Legacy retirement group. Jack Ham phone line. We welcome back, Mr Ron Wilson, host of in the Garden Every Saturday, Right here on news radio, 6 10 W. T. V. And How you doing, Ron? I'm great Half price. Hot dogs I'm in. Yes, sir. Why not right? Kind of like the the Diver Dog night at the Clippers Games. So I want to get to these army warms because they have. This is unprecedented. What's going on right now? With this outbreak? We've seen this for weeks. First and foremost. Where the hell did these words come from? Is it is this from Ida? Is this what I'm hearing? What's interesting is we have a native armyworm. You don't see outbreaks like this at all. But there is one that's native here. But these actually came up from the south from the southern part of the Southern states. Where they deal with them all summer long. It's no big deal for them, but what they do is the adults can actually get up in the jet stream and fly along. They could do 500,000 miles and then come back down. And of course, that's what they did. And they hit all of the Midwest. We're actually seeing outbreaks in the Nebraska the stayed up North Maryland. I mean, they really hit the Midwest Big time. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. Ron Wilson, are you trying to tell me that these armyworms almost like from the movie Sharknado except instead of sharks and tornadoes? There were armyworms. Yes. This is you and I look close. I think a couple of them said Roll tide on him. Oh, don't you dare! Don't you dare! So how do we destroy these idiots? It's a good you know, if you still have them first of all, check to make sure if you're launching, you know you've got you know, you see the dead obviously go out and check whether you still have them they may have already put painted into an adult. Which is a pretty good sized little mark. About an inch and a half wingspan. Kind of a great ground. If they've already done that, then the damage is done. And they're finished. Um so you now the point. The thing is to remember, they don't kill the crowns of your grass. They only ate the grass blades. So it's important to keep that those crowns alive by keeping it watered. You can go ahead. Do your fault. Feeding, uh, takes about 10 days to two weeks in the grass starts to recover, so they don't kill it out. Totally. They just killed the grass. That's there. So if you don't have them good. You're good to go. Keep them. Keep them where you're going. If you do have them Gaddafi Welcome Dependent Gardens There will show you several products could be used to kill them and then same thing, keep the moisture going and watch the law and recover. So Ron Wilson is with his host of in the Garden every Saturday with this on NewsRadio, 6 10 W. T v. N Ron, What's the first sign that you might have them? Is it the brown patchy? Patching this in your lawn, is it? What are we looking for? Well, if you really look at first, you've got them off that flies in the female that comes in and lazy egg kickers. You can have one female land in your yard. One female, and she'll lay a patch of a eggs that have 500 to 750 eight's in that past. Oh, my God. When they hatch out, they just go. And they're eating machines. As a matter of fact, when they run out of food. They've been known to turn on each other. Seriously. Start eating each other. So they're feeding machines. Cannibals? Yeah, the kicker is they start out very, very small, so you don't see them. And they're feeding away and feeding away, but they keep Getting larger and larger and larger. The next thing you know they are true eating machines and literally within a two day period, the longest, totally turned brown. I had folks and said, we were gone for the weekend came home Sunday night. Got up Monday morning, when on the deck, you have some coffee and our entire backyard was brown. What the heck happened, and that's you know, it's been happening over several weeks. But it's that final two or three days when they get pretty good size, that they just wipe it out. All right. I've also read that once we get our first frost, it'll kill all of them. Well, not to worry about it anymore. Is that right?.

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"mr ron" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

Invest Like the Best

07:51 min | 1 year ago

"mr ron" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

"Just don't exist for how you promote. A marketing distributed a adams based products. And let alone of these cases. It's not entirely clear that it's the consumer that you're marketing it's to even you're looking like enterprise sales but or beat to be the style sales on top of it too so it's very very different. Certainly for consumer personal like myself to try to go in learn much more regulated much for governments being involved in many of these fields to me could pick an industry just as an example to sort of dive into the specifics whether that steel or alloys or healthcare. You know you can pick but do you see some of the general purpose rails being built in the space of gingko by orcs or something that seems to be a service like an aws for medical research or something like this are you starting to see kernels of the infrastructure platform type companies in the atoms world than what's an interesting example of your investigation so far so in biotech for sure. You're definitely seeing that. I call it almost like the picks and shovels of being built into that field. And there's a number of enormously impactful companies that are being built. Now that i think over the next few decades you'll start. Seeing tremendous amount of progress in biotech wasn't acceptable. That will stem from that. Just the number of experiments that a scientists will be able to do. We were talking about data scientists but i remember the day when you had a data scientists working on experiments for two weeks and then you try it out in the markets for two weeks and then you go back to drawing table than do it again. Then you could pretty much do on single experiment at the time and obviously today the common. Nor mr ron hundreds current experiments. some of them. The data scientists aren't even aware of because it was machine generated experiments altogether to get a every permutation of the answer. We are getting to that and in the bio world to where we'll see some of that happening but we're very much in the day where an experiment in many cases can take weeks if not months and it's done singularly and we will be able to paralyze that i think of the next decade too so i think things like that will materially accelerate the progress of innovation that we're seeing but there are also a lot of structural inhibitors. Maybe more so than the technology itself that makes some of that not happening. Like for instance. How you commercialize research from institutions. It isn't a fairly opaque process to begin with and a lot of those types of technology transfer needs to be solved which salsa hugely interesting things like. We are the quivalent of today for seed startups. We have safes. And all of these things that are super easy standardized contracts. It's not the way at all in this atoms based companies. But that's part of what's fun. I think the good news is a lot of those things are lessons. Learned in the bits world that i and others hopefully can transfer over and try to use those to make sure we get a meaningful change the slope of expiration of innovation. What is your strategy when you're tackling one of these new spaces and i know you've done this for a number of different verticals in the atoms space when you're trying to learn day zero don't know anything need to know a lot and are interested in making an impact with your dollars with your time. What is your process like. Is it mostly people based on the famous firm going on listening to her for spotify with a bunch of other ceos and see how they ran their businesses. What has been your process. How's up been refined for this latest interest in the atoms world. So i think the process has evolved pretty much over the years mostly honestly because we now have way more efficient tools to gather information. You and i are now speaking on a podcast. Ten years ago it certainly existed but not the wealth of podcasts. That are now available to people. In my case i find. It's great because i can listen to podcast at two times speed so twice as fast as the normal conversation. I've amazing curator's like yourself. That are asking the questions that i would have wanted to ask at. I now get the to do that. And some that you even contemplated asking so that's certainly been augmenting. My fact gathering an experienced gathering. But i think the unique thing for me is today. I think most people can do that. And that's amazing just a race that overall bar the unique thing for me is and this will sound odd in this day in time that we live with cove it. I've always been willing to travel has been a unique thing. I will travel. I will meet people. I will show up. I will spend the time necessary to get to the real insights and it is a very time consuming and very cumbersome things because you will go from pretty much being the dumbest person in the room for a very very very long time. And i don't think human psychology is geared towards that. We don't think it's fun. I keep on doing that and i keep putting myself in very uncomfortable situations up until the point when it doesn't feel that uncomfortable anymore and then honestly i many years ago was reading this book. A can't remember what it was called but it was basically about how you learn at. It was talking about various famous through history. Us precedents etc. Speaking about by the learned from reading whether he learned from listening but they learn from riding etc and my process has always been talking. Ironically so i'm one of those that learn by repeating the knowledge and explain it to other people in in oral terms. Truthfully what i do. Is i surround myself with people who don't mind listening to me trying to explain these concepts and as i'm doing that i realize i have holes that i don't know anything about and when they ask these questions i realize oh shit i forgot to ask this thing and then i go back to the rabbit hole dive deeper up until the point where i feel like you can ask most of the questions that people are asking me and i can myself makes sense i inverted by basically creating an anti thesis so if i can invert whatever i know and explain why the opposite is not true. I usually have grasped subject while enough. I will the idea of the best way to learning something being getting to the point that you can teach it to somebody else and respond to their questions. It's kind of a cool challenge for everyone to do on some topic as you've done this tour of talking and learning in the world of technology in atoms. What are the biggest problems in in your view like there's lots of different categories. We kind of listed some of them already in the big fields like healthcare or specifics like steel. What are the biggest most interesting problems that you've encountered that you think will be really important to solve so i think that they're highly different for each vertical. I would say but this take climate as an example one of the unique things as we keep talking about technology i would say that climate there's two groups of people generalized speaking so one would be group that think we have to change how we behave and the only way we can succeed in doing that as if we radically change our lifestyles and get some more sustainable lifestyle and then you have the techno optimists that basically believed that's all of solving climate change needs to come from technology innovation and we just need to invest more in that technology innovation. The reality is not very surprisingly that the truth is probably somewhere in between we do have to change some of our practices and we do have to innovate in some areas in order to achieve progress. Notwithstanding both of those things. I think the most interesting thing when it comes to climate change overall is the vast majority of the technology..

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"mr ron" Discussed on Sekeres & Price Show

Sekeres & Price Show

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"mr ron" Discussed on Sekeres & Price Show

"Will nina go easy on through a greater okay. Jeff staff curtains drawn quite a judge here. He's new to this position. But this guy's been around the block a few rookie or anything like that. He's got enough experience with the show. And with the concepts that yeah. I'm not going to treat them like this. Is kindergarten with vancouver. Giants majority owner mr ron toyo for the first time in the digital space. Good to have you back. ronnie hope. You're doing well thanks. Then it's great to be back with you guys and it's great to hear you on the air. It was twenty two games last year for your club. Ron and it was interrupted season the year before both teams were pretty good to. I know you had high. Expectations sells a little about the giants. Here as we go into twenty one twenty two campaign. Yeah no question about it. I expect as well you know when the season started are stopped With the pandemic.

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"mr ron" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

08:23 min | 1 year ago

"mr ron" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

"Elissa miller is the bankruptcy trustee that was appointed by the courts in the federal bankruptcy to handle the things related to girardi. Kice the law firm. Although it's a sole proprietorship in just tom for some reason they picked to bankruptcy trustees. So there's a trustee for tom's personal state and his name is mr ron and there is special counsel for that and that's acts law firm the firm. That represents the roma's so they're also special counsel for this as well. And then you have elissa miller and then ronald richards was hired by eliza as special counsel so so who was the mean lady. When i picked up my coat rack that had trustee honor shirt that said we couldn't film that would probably be similar. Yeah yes the mainly just heard associated would have trustee on. I don't see how they would have that stickers trustee on yeah interesting okay so so let's play. You know fun. Devil's advocate that they collect twenty five million from erica. I guess what from some place on the cayman islands that she stashed money because she's really good at money but okay well. Let's pretend and so then they collected. Because that's that's the part. I don't see happening but let's say they do okay. Well forty to forty five percent of that depending on when they collect. It goes ronald richards. Five percent plus her hourly fees go to listen more than the irs and then the legal lenders have twenty million in loans. Where how will that help the victims. I mean i guess someone could say well it'll take away at like maybe ten million off the twenty eight million but to be on the internet saying like i speak for victims and i'm going after this to get money for the victims. No because half of it's gonna go to lawyers and then the other go to lawyers. Tom friend fronts. Tom owned legal. Lending companies right. What people don't realize is that these legal lending companies loan tom millions of dollars when it no longer made any sense to somebody money. I mean we wouldn't have been able to borrow twenty bucks from a family member at this point and they're still loaning millions but they are sophisticated because they're filing what's called a ucse filing with the state of california saying like hey. He said that if he doesn't pay we get his house. We get this. We get that but they he had promised the same things for all these different loans. The same assets were promised over and over again. Now let's say you come to me and you wanna borrow million bucks. Why wouldn't i look at the other. Ucse filings from when you borrowed and go look. They've already said that. This company this company. This company all already used his house in his office building. And whatever other asset to secure the last five million dollar loan. And now you're doing it again. So it's these companies seem kind of unscrupulous in you know like you couldn't get a payday loan like that. You couldn't use your pink slip to your car for three different payday loans right. It's kind of nuts. Yeah so. I just think the headlines are really disingenuous to some degree and it does sort of feel crappy for the victims. You know some of us have been talking amongst each other and it's like twenty five million will get it from erica secure. But how does that play out in real life and then you know in a in a typical bankruptcy system is meant to rehab the person filing bankruptcy to give them another chance. But tom committed fraud so we shouldn't be setting it up to give him another chance. So it should be just protecting the creditors not protecting the actual debtor. So one of the things. I think is interesting is that were suing erica. Claiming we're going to get all this money. But has the trustee filed a claim for each one of the people who are outta debt to ask the courts not to charge it off because of fraud. Because if we don't do that then like in most bankruptcies at some point the debts just charged. Shaw in. Tom or erica won't have to pay it so shouldn't they be doing that right now. I mean i'm just asking. Also do you think fed all the tweets that ronald puts out and even being on my show. Do you think that is part of his hourly wage. Or he doesn't get hourly wage she's only getting get the percentage of what he collects. I'm just curious. I haven't seen where he's going to be able to charge for hourly. It's my understanding that elissa miller is charged for hourly plaza. Five percent and Ronald richards is on contingency. Got it You know basis. So i don't think that he's able to charge for like tweeting per se But i mean the thing that makes the tweeting just obnoxious is that you know. It's it's gotten to the point where we used to be sitting around going erica. such a. she doesn't care about anybody who got screwed over. you know. we're just all blown away her behavior whether she knew now our new then or whatever. She knew her behavior about what's going on. It's just always been kind of atrocious. And now we're not really sure who's more annoying. Erica or ronald richards is kind of a tossup. Well yeah what do you think though. I do find this interesting. What do you think about is he at this assisted living or not okay so the assisted living thing. I mean for me. I heard through the grapevine from blonde inside that he was going to be put into assisted living about a week in week and a half ago so it was a couple of days before we saw this. Come out in the press in those in those enormous pants right and the giant pants and cork the tan pants with the black shoes and the little sweater. What our bill cosby sweater. Which is kind of weird but yeah so so we see that by the way i took it is that they were going to look at it and for him to pick a room or something. I didn't take that. He was checking in. Oh so. I'm not sure that that's what you heard. This is right that it's a rooms being selected the arrangements or byan made. He's literally moved in and isn't coming back out. Yeah and also because we don't know if he's actually left the premises of the pasadena mansion right. Yeah and i. And i and i heard somebody say like They're not accepting packages or whatever. Do they really think they're going to have normal. Protocol girardi at the old folks home with all this attention. You just send him a package with the bomb. They're just gonna go like well. Of course he's here. We we have to play by the rules and emit. He's here they don't. They don't accept packages for him. That doesn't even make sense to act like that's evidence of yeah whatever. Nobody said that he was there. Like paparazzi assumed. What happens when you assume the other thing that has come out in. The last couple of weeks is her story on the housewives about the car accident. And you know we you know people were like well turns out. There was no record. Reporters found that there was no record of this car accident. Big deal. But i was like well if i was buzzed. And i had a reputation and i was aging and i am my stepson. Was a cop. And he's at home. Why would i call the cops and son cop can just wander over. It involves no other car right age so close to my house literally practically on the property itself. Why would you ever call the police. So an attorney..

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"mr ron" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"mr ron" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"Been two hundred and five days since president biden took office which means that nearly every federal agency in the government is now led by somebody appointed by president biden. Not the postal service though. That's still led by this guy. Remember him he's still there and it is a wonder he has made it. His name is louis joy he has made it his mission from the very beginning to slow down mail delivery and screw up mill delivery and he's actually done a great job at that remember destroying the sorting machines Under his leadership. The postal service has not only screwed up. It's delivery times and its delivery systems. It's ramped up. Its business with the logistics company that lewis joy used to run a company that continues to pay him millions of dollars through ongoing investments and contracts. He's also under federal criminal investigation for what has been reported as a blatant as all get out straw donor scheme by him and his company to make massive allegedly illegal campaign contributions to republicans despite all that though lewis joy has been able to keep his job. That's we assume because president biden technically can't fire him due to the us. Postal service is organized. Lewis joy doesn't report directly to president biden. The cabinet secretaries do instead he reports to something called the post office board of governors. That's the board. That's essentially lewis joys. Boss and president biden has been able to appoint a few of his own picks to that board of governors since he took office. But there's others who are still leftover from the trump administration including the head of that board a man named ron bloom. Mr ron bloom fully supports the louis. Digiorno show supports is slow down. The male plan supports everything. He said he wants to do to the post office. He says he fully supports lewis. Joyce sticking around he told the atlantic magazine in april quote. Right now i think lewis joys the proper man for the job. He's earned my support. He will have it until he doesn't have no particular reason to believe that he will lose it. Wow ron bloom really supports the joy. Why is that well today. We found out it's at least mutual. Support lewis detroit also supports ron bloom in a very specific way. The washington post reporting today that between october and april lewis joy purchased up to three hundred thousand dollars in bonds from an investment.

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"mr ron" Discussed on MarketFoolery

MarketFoolery

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"mr ron" Discussed on MarketFoolery

"It's thursday august fifth walk on the market. I'm chris l. with me today first time in a while. Mr ron gross. Thanks you always a pleasure chris. I'm sorry it's been a while things things get busy here and they're happy to be here. You're busy you're like unlike me. You actually have like people you manage. You have a team you manage so and it is my pleasure to do so. That is the right thing to say loud into a microphone. Earning season rolls on. We've got stocks for your home for travel. We're going to start with retail oetzi. Second quarter profits and revenue came in higher than expected revenue growth. Year-over-year was twenty three percent. Which seems pretty good and yet it really wasn't good enough for wall street. Shares of oetzi down six percent. Is anything really ever good enough for wall street. Sometimes every now and then it is i. This is this is one where i think before. I even let you weigh in on what you thought of that order. I mean i think it's important to get a grip on the guidance that they gave. Because i haven't looked closely enough to wonder whether or not the guidance they gave for the rest of the year. Merits this type of drop today. Okay we can skip to the end. I like to save guidance for last. But i'm going to help you out here and talk guide and so one sentence from the transcript that that management noted was that cops get tougher as they progress through twenty twenty one so there's a signal to investors that things are gonna be anniversary being very exciting quarters from last year and things are going to get tougher and that's especially considering that the absence of masks which was a huge driver of revenue Last year and the absence of stimulus checks you know. These are all things that are kind of banging up against demand and when you compare it to the really strong numbers of last year..

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"mr ron" Discussed on F That Noise

F That Noise

07:06 min | 1 year ago

"mr ron" Discussed on F That Noise

"Jeeze tracking. Now you know it was. It was fairly the visit. Yeah he showed up. He was moms like nine thirty at night and she calls me at nine thirty. I'm like i'm not fucking driving over to western nine thirty. I was living in henrietta at the time. Like nodes. tony fucking call robert. I gotta tell you. I would go for that for that. You know one reason to get back mutation. Yeah now they're young was Was groucho there. We're still arguing about. Everyone was like well cable. Look him up under. But we can't. He's not on it and i was like. Isn't that convenient well. He decided to message out jodi nova. She was part of our group too so saw a guy she would be the triple verification of ron kings existence. She does we can ask our mission. We kinda get sucked and ronald goddamn you seriously. You have to change the opening and now stag light is fucking wait. Whatever you do. Don't change yours. Keith the fda. I never thought. Pete would say something better than we're talking about. Shit here to be the tagline. But fucking ron king is the best peaches changes name and if he ever then that's been meant to be. Ron please called. Please tell me you listen to the show and you will call him. There would be the greatest moment and podcast. No all three people. They listened to the show. That mr mr mr ron king. If you are if you are real reach out. I will send you the link so that you can join just like paul. Did today in video chat with all of us and my is completely lost. His mind Bottles i just came up. I just had another idea for a t shirt new bottle. Drinking russell's reserve nice. Yeah i was makers marker ever. But then joe bob briggs turned me onto room nice goddamn Nice maker's mark to fuck shit. i gotta jamie. Why did you have to take the down to smaller case. Like as really say west netflix. Longest par of those against. I'll usually go nuts. Change it to keith. Grief changes change it to groucho when you were coming back down in florida for wealthy. Yeah yeah yeah yeah had to come through you pass through. Atlanta will but It was a tumultuous. I kept nonstop. Stop run one time though vince. You like oh yeah yeah. Definitely bombed that that whole thing before. But i can't i can't yeah the we. We took like three days ago down there. You know retiree kinda stop this. Yeah yeah not that. That was a that was a good trip. I love it down there i. I've never seen such perfect weather for so such a sustained period of time in all my life. I gotta tell you that's something. You missed with kobe. You can be a place for a month and work from there. Yeah yeah. I'm had enough up to atlantic city on friday anybody I've spent time you know what's good to do. Wow i haven't been no haven't been atlantic. I mean cheese. I've never been to atlantic city. But going i remember. Atlantic city is about town. Yeah the only thing talked the only thing i remember about atlantic city. Is that if you go one black too far left or one black too far right you are in the wrong part of down all right well. Good whiskey come in those. Yes yes You you you learn that from boardwalk empire yes but no the tropics tropical candidates still pretty good but there's not much there anymore it's you know. Trump is trump tower truggle. is a seizure stiller. Oh man so what are you gonna there is just to vacation or going on squad is coming all the family from all corners of the world. Six lau in atlantic style into nice. Are you staying in atlantic. City you at wildwood in cape may or some shit right on the beach atlantic city. Okay nice nice. Your brothers are going down and everybody everybody. Oh nice oh good stuff in right. There's definitely going to be trump able atlantic city this weekend. We got another public story. Hold on oh boy. I remember this going over and i was gone oversea matt and he was outside. All you guys go see this right over. Paul's let's go over there win. They're just happened. it was a tyson. Got his ear. Ripped off you guys. You ordered the fight. I was on the button on that yet. You guys ordered the fight in tyson. Just his ear ripped off my god. Yeah yeah some some disappointing thing ever but we just saw the fight had already ended. We were watching what i remember like sitting there like fifteen minutes after with my mouth. Open like kidding me remind. that's an. That's an episode topic for another day. The biggest swing happen biggest media expectations. That let you down. You remember when that happened. You're wiser mainland. Not your wise. I don't i don't remember that at all. My dad was fired up for that fight to. Yes yes i remember. But i can't for the life of me. Remember when i wanna see ninety five or ninety six for the record. That's more of ninety six november ninth of ninety six for for the record. It's more of like tyson story than it is a paul wilcock story that's tricks. Hey down zemin story.

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"mr ron" Discussed on ARN

ARN

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"mr ron" Discussed on ARN

"Show. Well we've had a great experience having you on here today mr fuller. We can't thank you enough for the time you spent over an hour with us. We're sorry for keeping you so long but we had such a delightful time talking to you. We've We really not spend a lot of time talking about the territory's until the last few months and we've had so much fun and all of our listeners and to have you know one of the founding fathers of the territory's here with us today is so cool in and we really thank you. And i'd like to give you an opportunity to sort of promote your podcast. Because i know the stud cast is alive and well and people can hear more of your great stories on a pretty consistent basis. Tell them where to catch it. Yeah we're i have a website. T n stood and Then obviously podcast. it's on. we're almost every off i are. You can find it out there and it's just called the cast once a month. I do a special program. I did one arm very recently called superstar gas which is three hours. And it's a it's a patriot product. you know to ninety nine for to three hours to t- instead or patriot dot com slash podcast And so Yeah i i. I've been doing this. Doug cast of my stud cast is Two hundred episodes. We're over two hundred episodes and you know i enjoy it Conrad 'cause i get an opportunity to talk wrestling and the old school days and while there's so much demand out there seems like to me for old school from old school fans and for old school history and You know Feel kinda honored to be able to sit there every week and then and and try to educate people about the had used to be especially those younger people. I don't know how many of them listen I know we got a lot of younger people. Listen to the show too but You know there's a there's a lot of history That the young people don't know and there's a lot of history that older people know wherever it wanted to get well couldn't have said it better myself. Thank you again for everything i know. It means a lot to both aren't in myself. And i'm sure our listeners have had a great time and i hope everybody listening to go check out. The stud cast. This was fun on sadan iran. Thank you so much. Oh yeah thank you love you. Man and And i wish you great success you gotta you gotta great were near your own there with a great guy and He's gonna knock them dead again man just like in the ring. Thank you sir. Thanks for the time. how about that. Aren't we had our first guest man but couldn't have had a better gas. Mr ron fuller up. Everybody checks out. The stud cast. And i hope you guys stay tuned next week. We're going to keep the story going. As aren't goes north as finished up with southeastern championship wrestling. And i think dusty had a pretty famous line when he first met with you about coming to work in mid atlantic. What was that. Line aren't gives us a tease for next week. Go get over. And that's what we're going to try to do next week right here on arn so a lot of us have been through this. You know finding that person you wanna spend the rest of your life with is great but you hate all the pressure of what's next of course there's all the engagement talk but then there's the pressure from actually shopping for a ring hassle haggling finding store trust trying to figure out the four cs discount sales coupon styles and all the other nonsense but at least those are all fantastic reasons to put off giving engaged. And that's why guys really hate steven singer..

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"mr ron" Discussed on ARN

ARN

06:54 min | 1 year ago

"mr ron" Discussed on ARN

"And we're going to be talking about that next week. I wanna put a bow on what you called the best year and a half of your life southeastern championship wrestling or continental. Whenever you want to call it it was very much the fuller territory. And i wanted to do it. Justice and we've had such a great time talking about your times there. I mean my goodness gracious the famous stories about the pot roast and now the repossessed car and who could forget boris twenty would pieces of chicken meeting the future mrs lundy and so much more. What better way to put a bow on your journey through what better way to put a bow on your journey through southeastern championship wrestling than to have a very special guest on. That's right. we're making an exception or change in the format or thrown out the rule book for a very special guests. Ladies and gentlemen welcome to the program our first guest ever in the history of arnn. It's the tennessee. Stud mr ron fuller mr fuller. How are you sir arm. Great conrad so glad to be all man with you guys. We are excited to talk to you. We've had a lot of fun talking about the good old days the territory days if you will of professional wrestling and we just wrapped up arns ryan in southeastern championship wrestling. But a lot of great stuff happened to him. He got to brush up against the armstrong's so got to spend some time with mr olympia. And all about mr stubb's but maybe more importantly aren't met the love of his life working in your old territory and we wanted to celebrate the good old days with you today. I appreciate it guys. Man aren't is a district tremendous guy One of the best. If not the best worker we ever had the came through and became a star. And and i know he got married. And pensacola and then And i couldn't be happier for just It's a pleasure anytime i've opportunity well and he feels the same way about you. He talks about you and your entire family and such loving terms and we've got a lot of younger listeners. Who really only knew orange work in. Wcw and of course. They're catching them. These days on a w the anderson legacy continues through his son brock. But you know all about growing up in a wrestling family sort of set. The stage for some of them are younger listeners. Who may not know about the fuller's in the welches well we We go back further than just about anybody. come from the oldest and the largest wrestling family on the planet My grandfather roy. Wells started in nineteen twenty. Four i've got more than twenty members of my family that either wrestled refereed or promoted We come from a family of recipes not just wrestlers but the motors that well my grandfather started the first Tennessee territory which at one time was Having matches in twelve states across the south Then my father started wrestling and he became a wrestling promoter. There's some phenomenal crowds in some very odd places Almost forty thousand people in mobile alabama. Maybe atlanta's largest crowd at wonder if certainly one of their largest nine hundred sixty five and Arizona phoenix arizona's one of its largest crowds ever So my father was in it I have Generation aggressors Were four people in my my family's original group. Roy welsh herb. World's jack welsh and lester welch and And they all had sons lot of sons a lot of boys in the family. All of them turned into wrestlers And we add another offshoot then Make a long story short. We are the biggest and oldest in in all sports and and Some of us were recipes. Some of us wrestlers and promoters some referees we've done just about all of it and and it's It's a it's quite a legacy. Come from and i'm really I'm really pleased to be able to say. I'm part of the welsh family. That feels family the fuller family. I mean you know it's a it's a pretty much. it's been a dynasty. It really has the legacy continues. I mean even to this day you guys impact has been Phenomenal on the professional wrestling industry. And what's fascinating to me. Is you really made. Not just living but Dozens of guys came through this territory and cut their teeth and made not just their living but their legacies and it happened in for lack of a better word. I rather economically depressed area. You know this wasn't new york city. This is florida and tennessee and alabama. And you were doing something that these days is almost unheard of you. Weren't you know coming to a major market three or four times a year. You're going to be back in these same towns every seven days or so and you had to find a creative way to sell those same folks tickets over and over and over and that meant you had to get pretty creative which is why some of the more creative concepts and wrestling were born out of this area. Would that be fair to say. Yeah i think that's a that that is fair. Say conrad Yeah We we had to be very creative. You're right about that and we did We ended do a whole lot of people tend to wrestling trained. A lot of guys gave guys that. Were just getting in like on an opportunity and You know hulk hogan Honky man Brutus the barber Somebody unbelievable i many david chokes Just the arn real right up there on top men probably Fifteen twenty of the the great stars and in the history of the sport Came from our areas either south eastern resting out of knoxville or south eastern out of pensacola continental wrestling later on The furnace Lived you know just to. We trained a lot of guys gave guys opportunity and You know guys like aren't win on really really make us proud and and once we we took those young guys that are going to become stars and we we let them go when they had that opportunity and they came and said iran. I can go here. I can go there. What do you think i. I never held any not a single one of them back. Always said go do it man. It's your time. Go get it go become go.

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"mr ron" Discussed on Ball & Buds

Ball & Buds

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"mr ron" Discussed on Ball & Buds

"Am your host omar secca and as always thank you for tuning in. I am super excited to day. We have coming in our n. P. a. insider run. Oh bussey not for part two of our breakdown of the twenty twenty one. Nba play-offs up. I you know we'd like to start here on the ball and podcast with omar's overture. So let's kick this bad boy all so yes sir. The nba playoffs are in full swing. And we've had some really good games but we've also had a lot of blow out so i've been enjoying it but anyways before we get back into this playoff breakdown episode with that boy ron obasi wanna shout out some of the postseason winners thus far. So first off. Shot out to steph the chef right steph curry. He won the scoring title beating bradley beal. He's also going to be the first player to shine to two hundred million dollar contracts. There's only three other two hundred million dollars players in the nba. James harden russell westbrook and giannis antetokounmpo. Damn i pronounced that good with some flair right. It was like i use my spanish accent rolling instead of rolling to ours and it was like rolling the article anyway. Sorry yes so. He will be the first player steph to ever sign to two hundred million contract so you bought the bag for a second time anyway after. His current deal ends twenty twenty two season putting forty five plus meal in his pocket. It will bring his total career earnings to more than two hundred and fifty four million but no matter if he signs with the warriors or somewhere else which i'm sure is going to resign with the warriors. Right lifetime player kind of thing. He is always giving back to the community so shout out to that do for his philanthropic efforts he definitely just made a seven figure donation to the howard. University's men's golf team. That was awesome. And that's just one of the things he does right. He does so many things so shout out to him and his family and his sc thirty company moving on shoutout to monty williams for winning the coach of the year. I incorrectly predicted tom. Timoteo so go ahead and insert in the loser sound here but congrat- to monty williams amazing job. I hadn't chose him because the sons were already good in the bubble last year. But i understand why so a prop more props to you and our combat sports insider clubs phoenix suns fan. So i know he's he was happy not probably not after last game. Looks like lakers. We'll see we're going into game four. Also speaking of tom. Typical shout out to his player. Knicks julius randle was named the most improved player. Averaging twenty four. Ten and six assists and jordan clarkson who won the sixth man of the year. Both those called here by yours truly and our nba insider run bosley on the ball and buds podcast. Where you get your accurate predictions first and foremost always come here boy. What else is going on in the playoffs. Well i know we said that. The league's better. When new york is better and they had showed it the first two games at the garden they were going crazy. The atmosphere was wild. I'm not even a knicks fan. But i was getting goosebumps but may come on now. Then y'all ruin it all by spitting on trae young man and i know it's just one but still i'm just saying man you suck it asked fans we gotta be better and i'm gonna talk about this on a future podcast episode. I'm not going to get into it right now because this is going to be a nice fun lighthearted episode but man we gotta stop that bs for thrill anyways. What else is happening. ba- clippers. Could they be choking again. It looks like it. Dallas has been putting it to them so far. You know tie lou love him. He was with us in boston. Think he's a good coach. But is he that. Costa can put you over the top and win a championship. I don't know. I guess we're gonna find out but not looking good this year. I'm rooting for him to actually pick the clippers to win this year. So now i'm looking like a chump but yesterday still got game to turn it around. So let's see what happens. But they regressed defensively which is what they really kind of. Lean on. They're going to need hawaiian. Paul george step up offensively if they're going to do anything. 'cause lugo is killing the game right now. Son had a thirty one point. Triple double in game one and then came back in game two and followed it up with thirty nine seven and seven come on now. Dudes a beast. What else chris. Paul is hurt. Jeez so that hurts. Dion sons right. I don't think they're going to be able to do it with that. And chris paul has had a long storied history of injuries. Unfortunately i would love for him to go and win a title. He's an eleven time all star two time olympic gold medalist obviously a future first ballot hall of famer. He deserves a chip or at least a try. You've been chasing him for thirteen years. He says he says we'll. I win a championship before i die absolutely. There's no question about it. Well i hope he's with the sons when he does it from a boy dion. What else the bucks. Beat the brakes off of your miami heat. Mr ron obasi just went up three ot today. Y'all were up by twelve and they just came back. It was ridiculous. Y'all in my celtics. We'll both be going home. My celtics pulled out a wonderful game. Three victory i called it here on the ball and buds podcast as well. When i said that tatum would have to go off for fifty and they would win one at home. Well that was done. Do we win another. Maybe maybe not you know. I didn't predict it but i could see. Maybe we went in the next one but either way we're both going home and nah without be. Hey insider ron obasi is back for part. Two in this episode is brought to you by the strings. Blue dream lemon. Cain oh gee and some honey bun cookies and let me tell you honey bun cookies. Joy like a stir chill smoke a little bit. Feel nice talking. Mba so making up up questions on that first points per game race louisville. Busta we got beal is at thirty one point. Four while steph. Curry is at thirty one. Point nine so we have one of the closest races in scoring title history. It is gonna be exciting down to the last breath but steph has been in a very high clips. So i predict he will win up there. We want. This is the kobe brian. I'm not a big. you'll be. he'll the makes you for that. But he coulda and so how. How do we feel about our boy. Brody the new triple double shot out to grow..

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"mr ron" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"mr ron" Discussed on WTVN

"The firearms industry, The products and politics that affect your hobby and delivered. This program may not be politically correct. But it is on target. Now, you host Eric Guilbert. Welcome back to on Target. I'm hysteric joined today. The LAPD studios. I have my father co owner of films he says to my left big ad is to my right. You were just yelling at me. I didn't hear what I said You're banking and ruckus over there goes out over the air. Emily, will you tell him that on purpose? Okay, but I do it to help you up. Really? Eric, Are you ever gonna show your pink gun? Well, I'll tell you what, on the break here. My lovely wife came up with her Rose gold gun that she just okay what It is Juicy, Beautiful really is taste. All right, Don. You're beautiful, right school, You're gonna force me to break out into a rhyme for Valentine's Day. Here we go. Roses are red violets are blue. If you gave me a pink gun, I give it back to you. All right. Did you just come up with that? You know, I've been rehearsing that. Okay, but if you're out there, I'll tell you what this is. Yes, and the audience does not damage your balance. I give you a heck of a deal on a trade. What's got at least a dozen roses on there. That should count for something it it really is gorgeous. It is a Glock special run that's called Glock and Roses, I think has all kinds of etching with roses on it, and it was. It's well suited for Laurie obviously done is in the garden all the time. So, guys, what You know, as a Phil, get this. Listen, listen to these These numbers and this is kind of sickening, But now we want to go through him as a February 10th of this year our city has witnessed 197 Felonious assault. That's nearly five a day in comparison to 2020. Well, we didn't hit Get this. We didn't hit the 200 mark in tow April 3rd of last year and we've already hit it now in February, 10th On this rate we're going this year we're going to see over Probably over 450 Felonious assault by April 3rd of this year more than doubled last year, So it kind of gives you what's going on out there. Listen to this. Tell the people Eric. What? Influence assault. It's well, you know what? What do you wanna know what I would say? It's Polonius Assault is an assault. We're serious. Serious physical harm is inflicted on the victim or harm is inflicted by means of a deadly weapon. And I forgot. Okay. All bad. And so it's a second degree felony punishable by imprisonment Update years in prison. We're talking about serious, serious, serious, violent crimes. Serious violent crime in that voice. That voice you heard, and I didn't get quite around to introducing them. So you Mr Ron O'Brien sitting right here with us. We're so happy to have you. Thank you. So so happy. So, in keeping with that thinking, February 10th of this year we've already had 26 murders in Columbus, 26 murders and Columbus as an average of 260.63 per day in comparison to 2020. We didn't listen to this. We didn't hit 26 homicides last year until March, 21st Wow! Okay, so we're on track. Now We're on track for 231 for the year, which will blow by last year's record number. You said 2310.63 you met 6.3 Point 63 per day. I'm pretty 630.63 homicides per different homicides per day in that incredible So we're gonna we're on track to blow by last year's record. Breaking number this week. Shannon Harden City Council president did something Thursday that simply defies logic theme. The career politician introduced a budget amendment. Divert 2.5 million that was set aside to pay 45 new police recruits in June. Have fun what he calls alternative crisis response. Hmm like social workers and so forth, adding his notion here was adding more officers won't solve the current problem. Mr Harden, I beg to differ. You, Mr Klein, Ginther and the rest have driven the time crime rates. To unprecedented numbers in Columbus because of your policies. It is true if the facts and now the good people of Columbus we're paying the price. We're paying the price having to worry about ourselves and our families. No matter where you go in gonna have social workers take the place of police officer. It must be it. My gestations are gas station pumpers. Whether that's uh and this is not a law enforcement problem. This is a problem. With the politicians and the rising crime without making it. It's way too areas we're not used to seeing. I just read this week about some possible abductions or attempted deductions in some suburbs and Columbus that never see this sort of thing. So this isn't this isn't you know, just in the crime in the areas where you traditionally have heard crimes in Columbus. This is making its way. Everyone personajes in car thefts are out of control. These roving gangs of kids, kids, kids, guns are holding people up taking their cars, and it's happening everywhere if you conceal carry holder, though, You need to seriously think about your responsibilities in today's environment, and that's what our discussion today is about. And that's why we invited Ron here and all of us around the table. And, you know, I think sometimes we look at how societies treating law enforcement officers, but we failed to realize these same logical attacks on law enforcement. Is going to apply to the armed citizen as well. If something were to happen, absolutely. So So tell you we went to go through and start thinking about what would you do with the concealed carry holder if you face some of these, these criminals out there in public, but it's good to think about this long before it happens. That's what we do in law enforcement. You run through these scenarios, and you hope that you never run across them. But if you do You will have thought through your mind..

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"mr ron" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:23 min | 2 years ago

"mr ron" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"With rick tittle. Rick tittle is genius. The best show ever. He's so wonderful. Genius the fish. Oh he's so. Wonderful chips alighting sports with his keys genius. Thank you for that and Welcome back to the show rick to the with you. Coast to coast and around the world on the american forces radio network as always a lot to get to here in america We did get a report Today at the detroit lions have settled on a new head coach. And that is dan campbell and The first choice there. I don't think it was any secret. Was robert sala. Mr dearborn and mr Defensive coordinator with the niners at the time but Of course robert sala is now a head coach for the new york jets. Ats jets jets. And so dan campbell. Who in the is that. He has been a guy who's been with the saints the last five years now. That new orleans is out of the playoffs. They have signed dan campbell to a six year. Deal wow forty four years old. Sheila ford hamp. The owner said well. This is an exciting day for our organization has been it. Is dan campbell. Go to the detroit. Lions of more than twenty years of experience as both a coach and a player in the national football league then does the rigors professional football what it takes to be successful. You will help promote the culture. We want to salvage across organization also bringing with him high energy respect for the game and an identity with which everyone can align themselves quote. Now you say why would you give a guy a six year deal. Well that might have been what it took to get him in the building. Take a more upon franchise like that but it also it. It shows at least today a commitment and that is a commitment. Not unlike you know the niners gave kyle shanahan like we know. We're not going to be good but we think if we stick with you we will be good in a couple years. Maybe that's it and he has some local times as well because he played three years for the lions and he went to texas am drafted and ninety nine eleven seasons in the league and Won the super bowl as a player with the saints. Eleven years ago one year after retiring. He was an intern with the miami dolphins and then was the team's tight end coach the next year for years in that post and He got the boot when Joe philbin and his staff got out but since then he's been the tight end head coach of the saints and sean payton also named him as assistant head coach. And so just one of those things where you say. Is it him or you know. Was it payden. Obviously it's peyton but you try to find those. There's always some good coaches in there but it's also the horse you know. What would sean payton do with. You might ask themselves. But the president. Lions mr ron would rolling. Stones guitarist namesake. Dan's passion for this opportunity was evident throughout our interview process. When we began the search for head coach. It was imperative that we find the right leader who values our commitment to building a winning culture based on organised organizational alignment and collaboration the leadership. Dan is exemplified throughout his career has prepared him for the next step and we are excited to support him as our new head coach. Well that's all well and good but There is there are still some critical voices mounting within the nfl community outside the community about the head. Coaching hiring cycle that is still lacking diversity. We still have two more teams to go in houston and philadelphia. But they're starting to become this mounting chorus of former and current players and current and former coaches you have the fritz pollard. Alliance you have the players association about the state of affairs and you know damore. Smith head of the union was talking about this on. Mlk day just two days ago. He said it's something that we're following closely this year earlier. This year the nfl did reach out to the nfl pa to ask for assistance and its overall effort of increasing diversity. And we're going to be presenting some good things to the league right around the super bowl. But i wanted to have a pretty good look at what happened this year before we did that. And in order to complete the circle a lot of the acid with justice what is fair. How do we make sure that team offices and people who cover our sport are subject to accountability on the decisions that they make and believe that a lot of the things or a few things that the league's done in the past have been good. And i think there are still a lot of people who go out of their way to apologize for the league to defend the league over hiring decisions or processes that are indefensible. Well does this. Put more pressure on the texans and the eagles to hire a person of color. I don't think that they're going to pick a guy because of their color. I don't think i don't believe so. But you know and this has nothing against dan campbell. Dan campbell might be a great head coach and he might be completely deserving assistant head coach of the saints. It's not a shocker. Doesn't like hiring. Joe judge or you know when john harbaugh and mike tomlin got higher. Those guys weren't even coordinator so you'd like well. We're that come from but those guys do not be pretty good. But there's still no shortage of you know these race related issues especially during this time of racial justice. As i mentioned the power alliance getting involved as well Just about every team seemed to hired leslie frazier just to say you know who knows if they really wanted him or not. You know who's who's to say that. And you know. I i believe in america. Crecy as businesses and s the one thing that always kind of My only beef about in the military is how long you stay in is how you rank up. And i'd rather see you guys get battlefield commissions. You know who are the real leaders here when the bullet start flying And unfortunately that's not always the case but other than that If eric be enemy does not get one of these last two jobs now. That could very well. Just be waiting for eric. The enemy to get done with the afc championship if the chiefs lose or the super bowl. One way or the other as far as kansas city goes but this is a guy who has done nothing but it. But you know as i said what if erik gandini is a terrible interview. You know. I don't know but you know as each of these hires comes in start to think. Oh you know when are we gonna actually beginning personal color when you look at like the forty niners who.

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"mr ron" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

Deck The Hallmark

07:28 min | 2 years ago

"mr ron" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

"Wants to do it and no one calls him back. It's crazy. oh yeah. I gotta go so. Let me ask you this you did. I'm sure you've been on your your. Imdb rolodex is just a who's who of tv shows. Go up before you got to hallmark. Is there a particular. I asked this to every guest and some people don't like that i ask it the actors do great with it. Some people that listened like why are you making them bring up bad moments. I think it's fun. Is there a memorably bad audition that you had like one that you remember. Just leaving going boy. Did i tank that. that was. they're not calling. they're not calling. There are multiple happen all the time. They still happen. But i i remember when they were casting this one in particular movie this big you know nationwide worldwide search for a character and there was a very specific note on the breakdown that did not want to do no so i did what it said not to do and in the second scene starts out and i'm having this conversation in the conversation. I slowly unbuttoned my shirt and underneath is my superman t-shirt okay. Okay because it was for superman and they did. Non wants to see anybody in the superman guard. But i was like. I have a superman t shirt and doing it. She said cut ben. I said don't just laughed at house and they didn't even let me do the scene. The true story. You stroll superman addition to play the man of steel and the one note is dope wearing. And you're like f it anyway. The superman everybody wasn't going to so i was going off. Everyone wasn't going to. What if that was the story who have. That's right that's right. i like that. What was the was it. A move which i which moved which superman was it was it. May it's the one they only did once. Okay superman returns bryan singer. Yeah yeah well. The reason i ask is because luke macfarlane that mcgee story was for superman. Yeah he told his story about a superman audition too so like i just didn't know if it was the same superman myself up for they. They didn't even let you do it. That's fantastic guy. Camping brandon row got it and he's only done one homework movie so the joke's on him. That's right. I remember with you. Guys know mr ron oliver. He's a dear friend of us. I remember i remember having this edition for him. He didn't know. W well before like the hallmark stuff that both him and i were doing them and i wanted to play the lead. Bad guy played the supporting guy at the bad guys. The rule for me so when my age reached out and said like this is the part of the the bad guy. They don't want to see you for the bad guy. I don't want to understand from the other guy. The bad guys are the one that wanted to keep finding while we can say we'll see what they say. Boy your agent had his hands. Those are probably the roles that just went on and offer but at the time i was like just the other paroled and interest meals. If i'm gonna go. Let's to see i i've worked with ron parwana plant great. So why go out and audition to the bad guy and in the audition ron ben. I was great. That's not the role. You're gonna get those so thanks for coming out and you're going to play the other guy that sounds like wrong. Yeah exactly what ron would do. That's great but all right. Maybe you could go out for the new the new justice league and maybe for different character. And just don't wear the gear. I would suggest not always rather gear. I like no my favorite band audition story. You're going to the hallmark shirt on got. You didn't send we'll send you saw the one note in the breakdown was winking at you. Don't wear the garb ask you know acting. It's just seems like such a difficult thing because you got all these auditions and you never know what's going to happen and it is just you do it. And you hope for the best and you start booking things and it just seems so heart. Like i i would give up. What is it about acting that for you. i love it. I have to keep doing this. This is worth a thousand. No's for the one. Yes what is it about acting that works for you. Well it is the one yes because you know it would actually be boring if you booked everything out for and You know my one of my. It's incredible how much stuff we do. Go out for one of my favorite things you know. We're lucky when we get to a point where rules are offered to us quite often rod dishing and not too many people get offered everything. And you know the hallmark world especially were very lucky to get offered roles and often zero. He's auditioning for everything you book and you know a great question to ask is what is it that drew you to the role in. Oh the material and realize the director and the thing and usually it's because i booked dishes and vats the truth and You know there might be things. I'll pass on now but pretty much everything i get. The opportunity for now is just so inspiring and career changing. You know you kind of get too early on. It did have that feeling to even the smallest of rural booking. It was a major victory. I look back now onto the path that i had. And if i know if i knew what i know now i don't you know i can't believe i stayed on it to be honest. You know but now that. I'm wearing them matt. Every rule is just So fun to work on it every just love to get and sink my teeth into And the opportunities Tastic so those those gates are what kind of key in you know. It's it's the lottery of that. There's a lot of the so much luck involved you know. Do you still get nervous before not dish. Oh yeah i mean yeah. I think that's you know. Nervous is also a a negative way of saying excited Excitement really but that feeling inside. you'd get that before you know even before this chatting with you guys like the deal because you guys are make or break a lot of. It's about an interview. good luck. Wait what's one you know. Hopefully i imagine like all of us whenever there's something negative like know that happens. There's a learning opportunity there. Is there one specific story or no. That kinda changed the way that you think. Or you approach auditions or your work or anything like that. A no that has turned into a positive or a life changing mentality for for you as a worker. Somebody within the industry telling me no shirt into something better. yeah.

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"mr ron" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"mr ron" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Lydia reports on 77 w A. B C. Here's Lydia Surana. Hello, Mr Ron. I Hello. Hello. Welcome. Torto Curtis in Julia. Thank you. And I have Ah, show today I'll be doing this week from 4 to 5. So tune in for that. And then I will be assisting Jon Katz Materials on his show from 5 to 6. Lovely. Thank you. And the story I have to bring up to you guys. I actually read this yesterday there was like a little article in Elle magazine. That kind of pops up on Twitter. That Kamala Harris. She talks about like an experience that she had when she was a little girl. She says she was marching in Oakland, California, Her mom was pushing her along a stroller. She fell out of the stroller because back in the day, you don't have to be strapped in blah, blah, blah, right? And then the mom lost her went back to look for her found her. And when she doubled back, you know from little Kamala was understandably upset. And so, she says, My mother tells a story about how I'm fussing, Harris says. And she's like baby. What do you want? What you need? And I just looked up at her and I said freedom because, you know, she's a little girl. How old was she? When she doesn't say how old she was that she fell from the stroller, so she must have been like a toddler, I guess, 2 to 3 years old, My daughter's three She walks everywhere. She's not even so I would change about 2 to 3 to 23. And then I'm like this kind of sounds familiar to me. And then I'm looking at Twitter and then finally, this guy pops it up on Twitter, and it's true when you look more into it. Dr Martin Luther King in an interview with Playboy magazine, because, you know they do news to back then. Well back in the day Yes, 1965 interview and he tells a very Similar anecdote where he says that he will never forget a moment in Birmingham, Alabama, when a white policeman accosted a little Negro girl seven or eight years old, who was walking in a demonstration with her mother. What do you want? The policeman asked her roughly in the little girl looked him straight in the eye and answered, feed him. She couldn't even pronounce it, but she knew what it was beautiful. Okay, So you know that I do like Kamila Harris..

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"mr ron" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

08:08 min | 2 years ago

"mr ron" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Elka home motors dot com. Alright, dirt dude must be on drawer 37 of his toolbox. He's been The last year and a half. He's been organizing his sockets in his open end wrenches. I don't know if he's ever going to use them, but Really said to use the announcer at Verona Speedway. So we've got a very, very special guest of the house. We got Mr Ron he saw in the house of God of his lovely wife, But she's not gonna talk. Not going anywhere near the microphone. No, she ripped it out of the Stan Shin. So we'll have to get engineering in here for the next show. But that's another story. So run. So now you've Concha Honka Honka home, But now you kind of dabbled up in the Verona. What are you doing up in Brooklyn Speedway? Well, um There's a kaden Johnson that runs up there. And so I'm kind of like a fan. His his, uh You gotta go kart, and he's runs up at Campo. And so I been over there just like watching him run over there, Brana and then at Camp Locket. The dad is so busy working on all the kids cards. He never gets to run his car because it always seems that not be warmed up. Not ready. So I told him the last few races that I'm gonna make sure your cart's ready to go. So you could have a very, very nice. Yeah, Caden has he has. So is he got it as a dad got into his car yet? Yeah, he's got in his car and accident pretty good when it didn't fall apart because he I actually had somebody like we worked on because you know well because that's a lot of that's something. A lot of other people don't realize is that you also set cars up. Yeah, and you've been doing that for a really long time. And did you set your own cars up back in the day? Back in the day we had do all our own work and like, I think, like Davey Allison's a lot better driver than Kyle Petty was stable work this way. I've been asked, you know, talking about that off. Well, let's face it, I mean, And look at the Earnhardt train right now. Senior, which I have. Ah, I've shrine if you wanna floor and see it. And, you know, I guess he doesn't talk about the uniform on. We're not gonna talk about the uniforms, Sinners. By the way, Dave told me on the side. A story and Ron told me on the side. A similar story s in my front room hanging on the wall in a plastic box. Well, did you pay more for it than you want? I paid a whole lot more. But you know what? In your defense and this guy with his greasy little Pim Every time I put some time. Yeah, he bump it, but it was for a good cause It was for Jim. What's his last name? What can flat kids who's passed away from a less I'm not mistaken, but you know that was an experience on his own. I don't golf. Jim's dad my around on the golf course. I said. Why are we on this cement? Let's go over here in this grass worth cut real real short. So we're driving across the fairway balls. So anyway, But that was it was. I love that story. It was a great great story. But when you're when you're so Earnhardt, Okay, so, junior Mm. He was okay. You know, it was never a great and then nobody else after that. Davy Davy. Unbelievable. Unbelievable. He started out dirt tracks like your own A and they started out learning how to drive and learn how to work on the cars. And junior never did that. No, I don't think junior ever got his fingernails Dirty and Kyle, either or Kylie there as far as echoes. Kyle was happier on a motorcycle. So So you're out of Marone and out on We're trying to talk them. Wouldn't it be nice if they do some of the carts out there? Well, they tried to run the carts out there with the Uh, the dirt clods are a little too big for us and knock off the sprockets and stuff kind of bumpy, But, uh, maybe we can talk him into smooth that out a little bit. Get up there, so lock. It is a dirt track, Eighth mile. Oval. Right, Huh? Um That's not the same cart track back in the day. They have those big boulders all the way around it. That was in Campo. Is that this? Is that the same track? No. Well, this is they. Do you know about the one I'm talking about? I don't know about that one. I don't think it's that one. It's next to the Christian center. They've been doing some work on the border wall. The people there have put in a bathroom. They it's actually we run with the TT motorcycle group. Okay to run into the insurance, and I think next week you might be bringing in a friend of mine just half Jade's motor sports, and he spent He's been trying to work with Verona, and he's worked with Paris Speedway to do serious. Get a little well, We have to call it event because the cove it but yeah, Yeah, yeah. A peaceful protest. Yeah, because well, I definitely want to get you guys on chaos I TV because if you want to get more people not only to attend, but to invest in the project. These people don't realize it. Racing is not cheap, and I'm not just talking about the race cars. I'm talking about the facility and the permits that you have to have and the medical staff you have to have and Gosh, I will give Tom something else to do on us that Saturday, Sunday after them I ran into I run into him because he lives in alpine at restaurants all the time. And he is such a crack up. I love it. Think he sold that one old. I think he sold that old fire rescue truck. I think I've seen on Facebook that Chevy. Oh, yeah. I think he sold it to somebody. It was because I see it on a flatbed going away. Well, that was an experience. You're right on that thing with him. No, Those people are crazy. And that driver He had his name. I can't rember his name. He'd take off before the wreck. Uh oh. And he would never tell anybody. But they all knew except me. So you gotta hang on holy more. The reason we met out of Verona was because of the fire crew. They were recognizing Tom hankel, and they brought out some bigwigs of legends that had And Thomas so humble? Yes. And Ron was one of those that was invited to be a part of that celebration. So that kind of put into perspective where you sit as far as one of the local legends took him a long time to get me here because, uh, del Durban son was racing at the speed ventures in Las Vegas for the first time there and go karts there I was. Oh, no, I'm going to Paris. Don't know. Every under Barona gone here. Well, so its fine. This is the only thing good that came out of Cove. It is that you don't get to go racing and we get to have you come in here and have some fun with us on On radio. So that's called. Have you seen this one? Go drive yet? No, I haven't. You gotta check this girl out. Just don't go, too near the car. Just don't go near the car when she's in there because it puts the game face on. I do. It's hard core and we've decided next year. She's not going to run when the when the moon is up, right. Ron. Just tell him to move on. This is looking Come on down. We'll talk about this. You know, farm. How would you pay for that? Right? Yeah, right. Good. How much did you overbid told somebody the moon story once again about the one lap of one race that I ever might have looked up at a beautiful moon coming out of turn two before going into Turn three, and I was dumb enough to mention it to my crew chief. And he's still holding it against me. You need to stay focused. Oh, well. I ran the first race at Fontana Speedway. And it was they Winston West race. It was the day before the cup guys ran, and I was so amazed on all these palm trees and motor homes on the back straightaway. I was saying, Man, you should see all the beautiful palm trees there. They and my guy that owns the car goes will house the car. Oh, this. This part was an old Darryl Walter Kerr. It drives itself..

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"mr ron" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

06:32 min | 2 years ago

"mr ron" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Odd Racer radio. Well, Britney of Done it again. You brought in another car home Speedway legend. Yeah. Mr Ron Isa, who was just such a star out there, and I know I don't have to ask you ride, but I know you miss that track just about as much as anybody else, right? Oh, definitely miss that Cone Speedway, and it's really sad. One time I had a friend of mine, driving up over it with a helicopter. Still seeing still see the figure eight and try. I was flying in from a press event coming in from Arizona and and look, there's parents still there. I was just rather weeds or like a different color, but they're single. They're weird. That's just like a home, saying I'm not gone and that no, and it probably elicits a specific memory for any and everybody who sees that. So how many years did you race out there? Was often on down up there. I started. I was old enough to racer. So I started in 1971 in l A. And I ran a couple of seasons up there, Right. So then I got Ricky here and 73. But I already had two seasons under my belt. So that listen, really, But you didn't tell anybody. No, we didn't tell anyone and then In 78. I won the championship out there. In what division so people in the outcomes it was outcome. Stock Car Racing Association is right. Oh, on and then I went off and ran. Some NASCAR stuff. I won the championship 1986 for the masks. First ask ourselves was to race 70 or 83. I had got rookie of the year in the NASCAR Winston West and run with John born Eamon and those guys and That it just didn't have quite enough money to run compete in that division. So I had a sponsor McDonald's in the riverside that had four franchises there, and he helped me race Riverside when they closed that tracked down Lost the sponsorship. There wasn't Riverside. I never got to actually drive Riverside. I was a crew chief for Ah. See production sports car. I love that track and I love to watch it on TV. I mean, if your respect tater track that was a great track, but to have the the honor to drive it, I mean, has to be huge. Yeah, actually won the last NASCAR Saturday's race at Riverside Rescue. Wallace won the big boy race, but I actually got the race with the big boys several times at Riverside and And I got a chance to go down Australia in 1990 0. Did you 88 89 93 times I got to go down there. And, uh, there was funny. A In Facebook now, like Mike Hagerman used to race with him all time out there cone and he goes bad and realize you ran so many places because I've post the different stuff on there. Well, we didn't have social media back in the day nobody and everything had to either be word of mouth. Bill centers. If he would write about racing. It was kind of rare on and I have to tell you I was on K you aside the other day and hacks off Hamilton was talking about Jimmy Johnson his last season and kept talking and kept talking and kept talking, I'll said He goes on to something else. And what about Sheldon? Creed? I mean, Sheldon Cree just won the 2020 gander truck series out of Alpine. If you say so, Yes. Oh, San Diego's never really was one toe. I mean, even Jimmy Johnson. He didn't get a lot of attention right here in town, but the history that you've got, you're going to say no, but I'm gonna talk to your wife. But I'm gonna bring you in again for a whole hour. So that so that week, Because if we get all of this down on tape is priceless because you're not gonna write a book. No see told you unless you dictate toe Britney. Yeah, right. Little Miss School teacher over here. But and it's fun to talk about days gone by. I'd love to do it Our show another one with born Inman and you I would like to have gotten over men in, but unfortunately he passed away. And some of the other key drivers, you know, from back to the day I think I did a show One time. I think you were on it where I got a Who's who was the one the wild guy that was always kind of a hothead. I mean, besides born woman, Yeah. Besides morning, man, what was his name? Ah, Hopefully, if I go to break I remember he was I want to say he was like Italian. Tambor rally temporarily came to you. Is that not another? You know, everybody says you're not putting all those guys together, are you? Oh, yeah. I was just doing a radio show Well, turned out to be really good. I think you run it if I'm not mistaken. Yeah. Um, Also, it's I'm kind of humble about the racing, but it was I was back watching or was walking through the Richard Childress Museum. And this girl recognizing me. She's to be on the crew and I was back to running some stuff for Betty Anne 10 and she goes man. You used ice to root for you and you know what? I know Chocolate. Myers likes you a lot. He's doing a radio show right now. And he says I just a minute and then he grabbed, missus. Well, in 2020 minutes, we're gonna be on the radio show you our kid with chocolate. Yeah, And I still really and I go. I'm here What they've read. And Dave Reid, you know, has won a couple championships when the Southwest tour with Craig Rodman, We're just kind of down here hanging out and he goes. Oh, well, bring him on to. So we were there, and we talked for chocolate brought up stuff that I completely forgot about way. Just had a great time back there talking about By NASCAR days. There are a lot of people here didn't even know about it. But now there is another good reason why I need to bring you back because and it's it's kind of like you. I like watching his show, and I like to watch Dale Earnhardt junior show. Did you get the true history of motor sports, and a lot of people don't know that you know that I'll remember what you guys had to do it. Especially that I'll use Cologne Speedway is a is a perfect example. It was your typical grassroots down to earth with an announcer with Tom. A graph that knew you your family. How much money you owe.

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