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Fresh update on "mullins" discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"Improve first. So it just could be difficult for us. Has he strengthened up over the summer? Forget you forget that. Ice cream this morning is good very well. As you strengthen up, I don't know, you always hear people say they strengthen up the old look with stronger in the ocean because they're not hard fish. But I think I'm hoping it could be a national haunt chase horse, second season, nervous. I could form what you'd think. Going there without a run at this time of year for us just put them on the back porch. Okay. And just to go back to adamantly chosen for a brief second, what kind of trip do you think would be a deal because I know that in that stable tour and racing post? With mark more than it was taking hearing Willie talk about staying trips for me. He was almost saying he could be an RSA horse. Yeah, look, his boy well chosen. So I think he's that I think he's got an approach predator. Which I think is where he gets his name from, but which of your stamina and a home at home you think he's stamina? He also must be at home, but obviously he jumps so well in the developer compete and those quicker chases and everyone is one around two two to one. So he's obviously got plenty of talent over the shorter trip, but it'd be very interesting to see what he liked when we stepped mountain trip. Okay. It's a very interesting race on paper, Robbie, particularly bambridge, having one of the Oracle trial at the world seems to be his oyster. And if he does turn up here, it's a great point that Gordon makes because it's going to be pretty clear from Joseph that we're not going to see too much of him over the winter. He doesn't want two soft ground. He certainly doesn't want heavy, but if it stays as it is now, we may very well see him on Sunday. Yeah, and with the weather forecast the way it is, I can't see the ground. I don't see a change in a whole lot from what the description of it is now. So definitely be yield and yield them softer. I think he'll turn up. I was very, very impressed with him in the back of that trip. I thought he might find things a bit too sharp, he jumped so well, he was a very, very good jumper. I was impressed with adamantly Charles and when he won, I've gardens tree, I thought might be part of it was very good and downright, and this would be the obvious next step for him to record next to go down rather than to drive more hollow games for me was very, very good in love and I think two and a half could be his ideal grip. I thought he was very, very impressive and now on the way he jumps. He just wrote performed over fences and if God decides to go here, whatever I think he'd be the one to be if not mighty partner and I'm somebody who travels in the forest to me, I think Alvarez are very, very good horsepower, has plenty of experience, but as Patrick was saying, generally a top grade one horse wins this race and I think mostly part of her and Adams and copy that. Stepped up, improved no offenses. So I'd be going to either one of them too. I think what a garden runs mighty Potter or hollow games. David the picker history for me, please try to play was good. And there's one where obviously the grand jury followed two I would have made his task and after a lot easier. So it's hard to read it to his form. I thought he only jumped adequately on the day for them. I was very impressed with how the games and my partner are very good. So whichever one he goes with another mutation would be the two for me. Yeah, it's a crack and race in prospect. Just with an eye to the future, you've got a horse who hollow games beat last time a hardwood who's come over from France. I believe from the similar enough line to a plutarch. In that four year old jumping fences having come from the same yard in France, is it fair to say that was a nice debut and a horse that you're looking forward to running next time? Yeah, definitely we were very pleased with him, he told super on the day. He was beaten by a good horse as well as stereotypes. So I think it was a good run. He'd improve plenty far. He's a key goes back to nav and the next month for another big deal for them. He's a nice horse and like after a time when he stepped up and trip as well. You'll see improvement from him as well. He's a very nice horse. Hardwood. Remember the name hartwood, want to follow next time. That's going to be a fascinating real of the dream novices chase onto the big one. The bar one racing Hatton's grace hurdle where honeysuckle is currently the threes on favorite and rightly so classical dream will race against her for the first time in his career, a four to one shot echoes and rain is in there as well for Willie ashdale bob as well, of course the poppy would know very well. And Gordon's got a thip who will come to in a second. It's all about the First Lady of national hunt racing. Honeysuckle has been a tremendous resource and the gauntlet has now been laid down as a new challenger from constitutional at the weekend, but she's the queen. Unbeaten and bidding for her fourth win in a row in this race, Robbie, how is she? Yeah, she's in great form. Henry's very happy in a racial is very happy. She's been doing everything well. She came back in and she hasn't missed the beast and touched towards to this point. Everything has gone swimmingly well. So hopefully the next few days go well and it's going to be great to see her back on the race course. She's on beating. This is always our starting point at the Hatton's grace and she's one of the last three years. Hopefully fingers crossed, you can make it four years in a row. But step back and trip classical dream over two and a half could be a big danger to ask their barbers had a run under his belt as well. He was third in the small and hard avenue. So a very good renewal in this race, I think, and I think that's your dream is a big threat back to two and a half.
Fresh update on "mullins" discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"Race. So I think he should be planning to improve it from this, but I mean, if you go down to the race, it's a heart relational Willie's got really got three or four meets devil coachman, just one blast, but he never does what he has to do. And Joe is the source to be interested in art. It wouldn't shock me if he turns up underground, you know, what he found only been looking like it is probably going to be more yielding his soft and soft, it wouldn't shock me if he turned up and he's so much experience and raised fitness in the site, he could be dangerous or to military your earner. Because you want to chat them last time, one at the Sheldon festival, taking the Martin pipe, beating hollow games and adamantly chosen in the process. And Patrick, you're responsible for adamantly chosen. That was a really good chasing debut. I got the impression with him that you always felt there was a big race in him. He was well backed at Galway, it didn't really he was very unlucky that day. He had been supported for the Martin pipe. It didn't quite happen for him, but so far over fences, so good. Very impressive debut and last time out he was very good too. Yeah, he's a horse. He's very likely raced. I think you need to be 8 million 10 runs. He won the landlord with Jodi. And he'd just been a little bit disappointing in kind of bigger handing up hurdles, but one was the guy with hurdle and one was in Shetland. And he was maybe you're lucky a hundred and only got to punch down. He looks to be a superior chaser. He seems to be much improved over fences. And the fact that, again, like I said, for this meeting, in fact, he's had a few runs for us. Going into his hand and fit, he has a bit of experience. It's under race has been particularly looking for us lately. I think that was a leader in 2014, which our last winner of it. But yeah, he. Is quite unexposed, and he's obviously a better chase written earlier. So an author is there for the same category, fences seems to have transformed it. I think he's 20 pounds higher offenses already. Look, you are a little bit worried that it's summer form, somewhere autumn form, and we're going to go and meet the likes of whatever might be part of a tree shaped life or hollow games to look back at all the previous winners. They're normally proper winter grade one horses. But with those two and Alberta, the fact that they are up and running all summer hard and fit and have experience has to give them a sweet, but probably the best source of them is gay or the menu who's still a made no offense, but has probably the best chase form in the book cube is heard in the Irish national church in the RSA turbine garden Michelle leprechaun grade one. But it's hard on the season. So for a lot of hours, this time of year,
Fresh update on "mullins" discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"Ground will suit him but it suits astronomy to just jump right into his regular soy. So I think Tom Kylie is probably our number one ashore could be an over two. Ravi, as the race partner friendly to bromhead, is this the target for in the pocket? He was confirmed yesterday and we'll have a look. I'd say there's a possibility it might wait for an album. The following week, but that decision we have to find in the modern what they want to do. Are on Friday mornings to say, but he's a very nice horse. He was very impressive in wet when he won. It is a huge step up in class. From an ordinary maiden heart is trying to create one, but that's the way he has to go is shown an officer to do that. Saying what Irish point garden was talking about him, lack of experience and an ordinary maiden hurdling in car trade for grade one. It's a tough task to take on a horizontal camp coyote whose form has been boosted by Brazil's performance in nature. That was a very, very good performance as Patrick said, dropping back from 2.5 to two mile and temporary. He showed a lot of pace, he's got plenty of experience and to take a very good hospital only one run to go and beat him. I think that is pointing in the parking or two nice horses going forward, but on the second side to integrate moment to be asked and he cast a fortune as well at 290 grand purchase. Is he showing you all the nice the right signs at home? Yeah, he does he beat still not in flushing at home. He does really has to do and he wouldn't blow you away, does everything professionally, but he does it on the race course, which is the most important thing. And I was very impressed with him in wexford. And Kevin Carmel had a nice novice heard the winner at gore on the weekend and he's got pat doro who wanted a Galway and is a very, very likeable type two. What do you make of him, Robbie? Yeah, he's a nice horse. As I say, it was very, very impressive in Galway. But there's unbelievable strength in depth in this race. And I'll call it is the obvious one because he's got the form and he's got the experience. But a lot of horses coming in here with that were impressive and maidens, you know? And it's a big step up in class. It's going to be a very informative race for the rest of the season. As it often is, the right button in automatic race, but I think this year, hopefully, there will be a bigger field than normal. It will be very competitive and there's a lot of horses in there that could come out of it and have big reputations. What could enhance them reputations on Sunday? Okay, who would you side with? I think Tom Kylie is going to take all the beaten, given that experience and as I say, that performance in temporary is rock solid. All right, Patrick, your selection? Is the obvious one, but like I said,
Fresh update on "mullins" discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"At the moment. I'm thinking about marriage point. Looked at and offer it again, look at what being pressed her charm clearly. You know, he's probably been in for most of the summer, so he's going to be having rare fitness on the side as well. And my horse is in good form of public experience for them. I think charm coyote could be doing the offer to be, you know, Henry sauce was good in wax for the last day. That might actually have experience. From the last two at cork, he showed a really impressive turn of foot Irish point. He must be a horse that you're a little bit excited about. It tastes nice. Everything he's doing is done very easy at home, or take you like the ground and touch what, as I said, he jumped very well. And so I'm looking forward to him, yes. Does he feel great one class to you? He looks at a new overall and so I can't tell you he feels that when he looks at when he's gone, he's he looks like us. It took a great one bumper in France last year, a very exciting prospect for Gordon. He's a 8 shot right now. Patrick, you've got a number of big guns here. We'll begin with champ Kylie, who's very, very interesting and beat Brazil when we last saw him. Yeah, he looks quite versatile. He surprised us to be honest. We didn't win his own particularly impressively. I was spending on the day and geordi won what he was all out. And then he got hurt and he needs to come back. He went over to 5 goals, I was just definitive show plenty of stamina and I think it was a few of us at home raised my brother was really chopped back to two miles in a track like temporary. But he showed logic here is there. So he has experience he has stamina. He has a bit of speed and he keeps surprising us. And we hope that he continues to do so, but yeah, he looks the strongest of our four. Hercules soy is improving where he was disappointing his personal last year, but his two runs this season have been much better.
Imprisoned Russian activist honored with human rights award
"Dozens of nations spearheaded by island nation Vanuatu Say they will seek an advisory opinion from the International Court of Justice on countries illegal obligations to protect people who suffer from the impacts of climate change Antigua and Barbuda's environment minister mullin Joseph who spoken on behalf of small island states says the AOS IS group will benefit greatly from this initiative saying the moment of this advisory legal opinion is now while Vanuatu's wealth rig and wavo welcomed the growing coalition of nations in support of the move many small island states have concerns about an EU proposal on loss and damage funding for countries vulnerable to climate change made late Thursday at the talks I'm Charles De Ledesma
Henderson's big hit helps Orioles rally past Red Sox 3-2
"Gunnar Henderson's two run single with the bases loaded capped off a three run 6 inning is the Orioles came from behind to beat the Red Sox three to two after Cedric Mullins scored on a wild pitch Henderson's big hit came after three straight walks You can learn from the people in front of you and they put together a really good bats before so I gave me confidence going in there and felt like we had them on their heels right there so we were able to get the job done and take advantage of them not being able to throw strikes Jake read through an inning and a third and relief to get the win Dylan Tate earned his fourth save Xander bogarts had a two run Homer for Boston Craig heist Baltimore
Bradish superb, Orioles pound 3 homers, blank Guardians 3-0
"Kyle bradish was outstanding on the mound of the Orioles belted three home runs in a three zero shutout of the guardians Bradish gave up only a pair of harmless singles over 7 innings helping the birds when the rubber match of the series He ran his shutout streak to 15 innings I wouldn't say impressed I'm happy It just means all the work that I've been putting in is paying off right now Cedric Mullins homeward on chain Bieber's first pitch Anthony Santander and Ryan mountcastle also homered off Bieber who fell to 8 and 8 The outcome cuts the guardians leading the AL central to a game over the twins I'm Dave ferry
Mullins, Rutschman power surging Orioles past Blue Jays 4-2
"Baltimore scored twice in the 5th inning and two more times in the 6th of Toronto for two at Rogers center trailing two nothing subject Mullins and adley rushman to hit back to back solo home runs I'll start her Alec mano at the target at two Ryan McKenna drove in the final run of the night at inning later and the Orioles shut down the home team from there Dean Kramer went 7 innings to pick up the win to improve to 5 and four Every win is another win and we look up and hey we're in the standings So it's more of like I think keep your head down and we'll see how this plays out in a couple weeks The wind moves the year was a half game back to the Blue Jays for the final American League wild card spot John leatherby
Mateo has 5 hits, Orioles pound Rays 10-3 for 8th win in 10
"The Orioles made it 8 wins in ten games by blowing past the rays tend to three Jorge Mateo had a career high 5 hits and rug NATO door provided four of the birds 19 hits Adley ruchman and Cedric Mullins Homer to back Austin wolf who carried a no hitter into the 6th inning Mullins and Anthony Santander had three hits apiece Both is three and one since being claimed off waivers from the nationals two months ago limiting Tampa Bay to two runs and three hits over 5 and a third innings Randy or rosarina hit a two run Homer for the rays who've dropped four or 5 I'm Dave ferry
Marlin Brando Insights No One Ever Wanted
"I dated mullin Brando's daughter for a year and a half or so. Two years, I think. Wonderful girl, Michelle. Michelle Brando. And I met her father through her. Very surreal. How are you doing? Nice to see you. Very strange. Matter of fact, one day Michelle and I are in a house. She didn't talk much to her dad. I had to tell her, Michelle, do you realize a lot of us came to Hollywood because of our fascination with your father, the greatest living actor of all time? She said, well, I don't remember him that way. I remember him as vacation on his island in the Pacific. Him and all his friends were getting high and drunk and crazy and they would tell me to find the rhinoceros in the shag rug. That's how messed up they were, so that's the guy I remember. I remember the guy who had his buddies take a crap and a mason jar, and then he would label it, close the jar and keep it in his shed outside. That's the Mullen Brando she remembers. There are parts of him we don't want to know. And now I can never forget.
Mullins 2-run single in 4-run 9th lifts O's over Reds 6-2
"The Orioles are two games over 500 after scoring four times in the 9th inning of a 6 two win over the reds Cedric Mullins snapped a two two deadlock with a two run single Trade Mancini added an RBI single and Ryan mount castle followed with a sacrifice fly Anthony Santander had three hits for the birds including a game tying two run Homer in the 6th The reds didn't score after Joey Votto's two run blast in the first Baltimore is 16 and 7 in July and is short of consecutive winning months for the first time since May and June of 2016 I'm Dave ferry
Orioles overcome 3-run deficit vs Cole, beat Yankees 6-3
"The Orioles came from a three run deficit against Garrett Cole and went on to beat the Yankees 6 to three The Orioles scored two in the 7th and two more in the 8th Cedric Mullins hit a sac fly to give them a four three lead and Ramona reus hit a two run Homer to complete the comeback We just stayed together We've been doing it During the season and we just feel good We fight through the whole game and we don't give up Seeing Al Perez got the win Jorge Lopez earned his 18th save the Yankees have lost three or four 8 of 12 and were one for 14 with runners in scoring position Craig heist Baltimore
Santander homers, points to dad in the stands, O's edge Rays
"Anthony Santander blasted a first stinting home run onto Baltimore's Utah street Cedric Mullins followed up with an RBI double in the third and that proved enough for the Orioles as they beat the Tampa Bay Rays two to one They had to do it without their scheduled starter Jordan lyles scratched with a stomach virus forcing manager Brandon Hyde into a bullpen game The Oz used 7 pitchers Austin both the recent waiver claim from the nationals started throwing two and two thirds scoreless innings with four strikeouts Picked up the win and Jorge Lopez earned his 11th save I'm Ben
"mullins" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"What's your overall take on this race? Because there is so much potential and possibly stars of the future in this race. They can't all take each other on. Someone's going to blink. So what's the thinking in the Mullins war room right now? What does a dynamo and sir Gerard if Willie turn to you? Who would you run over two miles and who would you opt to the ballet more? Looking at the button, what I think seems to be completely wrong here, but I think they are dynamo is a one for the supreme. You know, performance in consciousness in the last day was unbelievable. I wrote an outsider in that race. Performance was just very good. You're looking at him first fear on thinking it is just very raw and I needed to brush up his jump and but when he went out and went a proper gallop he's jumping was very good. Then you're looking at so go. Who are they in a decent performance in a very competitive race and leopards nonetheless they both just wasn't slick enough for me and I think over a little bit further he's got a chance of winning the two and a half mile and then you're looking at the pair of Nikki Henderson's and they have constitution here favorite here and I'm fairly sure in the case that both horses are going to turn up in this race but.
"mullins" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"Okay. I said it was a competitive race. I wasn't expecting such a positive mention for album photos to be honest, but there you go. Plenty to mull over for your tent to follow special for cheltenham, right? The oracle is a bonus race as well. In Edward stone is currently your two to one favorite from blue lord, fully Mullins at threes. Riviera to tell who should have been given it in the stewards room, isn't that right, Danny? Nope. Jack Kennedy with disagree with you. 72. And then there's a whole hope, a whole heap of woolly monitors. So much so I forgot how to use my mouth words. Just how good is blue lord in your mind and also how impressed were you with Edward stone at sand down captain and work because one of the things about Edward stone is he's winning all of the right races to be an oracle winner. Yes, Edward stone has been very good. I can't really fall from his own personal defenses and has been very good since then. Warwick, especially the great test of enormous, all those things were down the side. The good performance, he won, he won basically confirmed for him with third time lucky. I think he's a strong English hope, you know, he's one for them to get on the Mac, definitely the first day. Blue lord has been good, one well, the first thing fairy house, the next day in nice, it was probably an egg and spoon race. Got the job done. And was maybe a fraction.
Audit Expert Heather Mullins Describes the Ins and Outs of 'Ballot Trafficking'
"I wanna get one more question with just georgia in general heather. You've been studying this. What are all the simultaneous investigations. Going on here lawsuits. What can we expect on the horizon. Coming out of george charlie. One of the biggest things is probably a three broke about a week and a half ago. But i've known about for months There's actually a group called true though that over the last eight months since the election. He's been purchasing mobile data right like as mobile data and specifically around drop boxes government organizations. Ups urgency lovers things and what they've been able to do is pretty much piece together the movements of individuals that had been going from dropbox to dropbox dropbox right It's valid trafficking is what they've called it and they actually Like an example. If this doesn't make sense 'cause like with the location stuff how does it work. If you're using and you're walking every couple of steps you take google your pinged your location. Right that data you can then purchased the under jim and someone came near your business right. You can market to that. We'll collected this data around drop boxes and obtained a corresponding drop. Fuck dropbox footage charlie. So now they have faces a people in in two hundred and forty two people that visited on average twenty three drop drop boxes in the primary or the early voting period. Rather so in georgia. The law is that you're only allowed to draw your ballot in the dropbox or your immediate family member so just completely illegal to harvest ballads or go from you know house to house collecting them and putting them in serenity for anyone else. It's completely illegal
Dissecting Fulton County Fraud With Audit Expert Heather Mullins
"We have an audit expert. Who's been doing. Phenomenal work for real america's voice. Heather mullins high going heather. Thank you for joining us today. And thank you for the great work that you are doing. let's start with georgia and the audits. You've been doing a of work for real america's voice as an investigative reporter. Tell us what is the status of finding out what actually happened in the two thousand twenty election in the state of georgia charlie. There's actually quite a few investigations going on in georgia. The one most recently that i covered this week was A lawsuit filed by a group called voter. Gpa they're an election integrity group. That's been working in the state for over twenty years They filed the lawsuit. Too much unseal. And forensically analyze the absentee and mail in ballots in fulton. County georgia specifically. It's the exact same ballots that we saw in that state farm arena video that went viral of people scanning and ballots that they pulled out from underneath that people at one o'clock in the morning after observers were sent home well. Those ballots are the ones in question in this lawsuit and a judge so far have actually already unsealed then and what the the plaintiffs were given where the digital ballot images so every time a ballot is scanned in the voting machine Creates a digital and that is stored so they had access to those unfortunately in the resolution on images such poor quality that the forensic expert asked for a higher resolution and so where this case was a couple months ago was the judge had actually ordered that the town officials had to rescan those ballots at a higher resolution and hand them the images because georgia's secretary of state fouls degrees in his lawsuit claiming that it's anybody touch those ballots. It'd be felony. Charlie almost to try to like stop the audit from going forward and so this judges like all right. We'll working we're gonna take these people that can legally handle those ballots and we're gonna make them re skin them at a higher resolution so this case went back to court on monday and the attorney representing fulton. County is gonna georgia's talk criminal. Defense attorney is a guy named don samuel who tiny white collar criminal defense course at georgia university but then thinking right so he started saying that. The georgia bureau of investigation. The secretary of state office had already done an investigation and and there was no fraud like nothing was found and was basically trying to say you know grant my motion to dismiss this case. Will the judge said. Can you cite the report. Is anybody in this courtroom. Have any report from the secretary of state office. The georgia bureau investigation on anything. They've done that pertains to essentially counterfeit balance. Nobody had any answer. So the judge pause this lawsuit and is giving the secretary's day gb. I twenty days to basically bring them up to speed if they've done anything and if not i mean we go back to court on november fifteen the judge then move forward to continue until about
Orioles Snap 19-Game Skid With 10–6 Win Over Angels
"The Orioles nineteen game losing streak is over after they turn to six to deficit into a ten six victory over the angels Ramona reissued Kelvin Gutierrez drew bases loaded walks to put the Orioles up seven six in the eighth inning just before pinch hitter Austin Hays added a two run double Cedric Mullins entity sometime there and DJ Stewart homered for the Orioles who fell two shy of the ale record for consecutive losses they said nineteen eighty eight angels Shohei Ohtani allowed three homers on the mound struck out three times at the plate and left the game after five innings I'm the ferry
Rodriguez Beats O's Again; Boston Wins 6-2 to Finish Sweep
"JD Martinez slammed a three run Homer in the red Sox completed a three game sweep with the six two decision over the Orioles and water rod Regus improved and I don't know with the one point eight one ERA in his last twelve starts against Baltimore he allowed an unearned run and three hits over six innings Cedric Mullins ended his twenty game hitting streak and the birds absorb their eleventh consecutive loss red Sox reliever Adam Ottavino had to leave the game with a left shoulder contusion in the seventh inning he was hit by a line drive for an RBI single I'm Dave Ferrie
Schwarber debuts, skidding Red Sox rout Orioles 8-1
"The red Sox were victorious in Kyle Schwarber's debut as Boston got back in the win column with an eight to one route of the Orioles the newly acquired Schwarber walked twice and scored twice impressing his new manager Alex Cora hopefully that's the beginning of something good you know we we still are now I was gonna look when everybody's playing but you know either excuse given second or fourth or six it's a quality at bat in protects a lot of guys on the line Bobby Dalbec cinder Bogart's in hunter Renfroe each had solo shots and Nick Pivetta struck out eight over six innings of one run ball Richie Martin had a solo Homer in Cedric Mullins extended his hitting streak to twenty games for Baltimore I'm given Coolbaugh
More Questions Than Answers With Paul Beam
"Today. Special guests founder of man camp true north organization in the host of the true north man. Podcast paul beam. Welcome to the show. Paul that glad to be here. Michael things are happening brother. Thanks for being on. Thanks for taking the time. So tell us a little bit about your Your show your organization little just a brief history on what it is and what you do sir. Yes so turn. North man exists. To help man experience freedom of fulfillment by tapping more into their identity in their purpose Really helping them figure out what direction that is. They would like take regardless of fulfilling their purpose. Man camp is one of our bents. We hosted two weekend events and that is kind of where we just start spread in the circus if you will of really walk through a process kinda helps them Dive into vision. Identity and purpose for life As far themselves small town texas boy here in a little town called bertram in middle of central texas and the so as far as Started man cap in two thousand fifteen out here. In the middle of central texas town called weren't twelve acres and since then we have. We have moved into another small town called mullin texas where we have thirty two makers now and so we. We started with the twelfth fifteen guys. At our first event we now cap it at one hundred thirty men at each of our bits.
Elusive Kitten, Orioles Hittin' in 7-1 Romp Over Yankees
"Homers by Cedric Mullins Austin Hays Ryan mount castle in remote areas power the Orioles to a seven one win over the Yankees all four home runs came against losing pitcher Andrew Heaney usually I say solo homers don't be you be give up four home and four innings that's that's probably going to do it and no it's just frustrating to to put the team in a hole like that you know not really give us a chance to win there Jorge Lopez took a no hitter into the sixth and allowed one run and one hit in six frames it pretty Rizzo hit a sacrifice fly in the fifth after reaching base he has R. B. as in each of his four games since joining the Yankees Joey Gallo started in left field and ended Lopez is no hit bid with a clean double to open the sixth I'm D. ferry
"mullins" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"A bit. A good ground might bring a little bit more out of his his always promised Unfair to deliver on last is committed. I brace that died. Would soon we truly ron vidigal ground travel into nicely sixteen to one for a reason And pint view probably by Much shorter Of ways on channel burnin victory. I think france mona flat handicap. There she just didn't seem to jump in punchestown solitaire. you know. he's really shown a better spark running back on the flat. Bush did have the tuesday azam earlier in the spring. The couple of races. That i sat me. Maybe the flat will have woken up. A little better gain is realized. The winner of the. I think neil mulholland source winner of the scotch champion hurdle ram quite well in shut them behind the counter. Run that race again. Eighteen think the the bernardo teaches maybe did not sold on the day and it hasn't gone up that much maybe five pounds for winning the disguise champion harbor so yeah i think To be raised that that'll suit traveled while joan swallow still has a little bit. Obviously for danny mullins. But what about roy diller. Are you in agreement. Rory or you going in a different direction. Perhaps it will be ending up with an exacto or maybe you'll.
"mullins" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
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"mullins" Discussed on What Should I Do With My Life? Figuring it Out From Those Who (Seem to) Have it All Figured Out
"Child are learning changes like we're not able to comprehend and learn like somebody who has not been sexually abused as a child would there's depression there's A lot of addiction. That can come from that. The healthcare costs are exorbitant for survivors. Oh my god. There's a plethora of things that happen after something while something like this is going on or years after you know start you see it in their behavior when kids are acting out. There's a reason why. And if we're just sitting back and saying that kid they need more discipline or whatever and they and they may need more discipline but investigate and people are like well. It's none of my business. Let's going on at home. Yes it is if there's some kind of abuse or neglect going on whatever it might be so pay attention to do. See bruises on their arms. Do you see you know. Are they withdrawn. There's all these different. And i really you know. Check this out. you know. Go online and start googling the different signs you know for set childhood sexual abuse or abuse neglect period with children. You know start to to read up on this kind of stuff and educate yourself because even though it may not be your child at maybe your child's best friend as adults it's hard it's it's our responsibility. In my opinion. It's our responsibility to to try to protect all children. Not just our own. How can people get involved with a cv. Joined the community donate follow you and your work. Yeah so we are on facebook instagram and linked in At a courageous voice for facebook and instagram. Please go to our website. We just launched. It's really beautiful. And it still constantly evolving more pictures and community stuff is going to be going up soon. So it's a courageous voice dot org and you can sign up at info at a courageous voice dot org if you have questions Detroit based nonprofit five. Oh one c. Three and donations. You actually can go on there as well and donate We greatly appreciate donations. We are a new nonprofit amazing. Amy what advice would you give to someone who doesn't know what to do with their lives is trying to figure out. I let me rephrase that. Because i always say. Let me try that again he man. No yes amy. What advice would you give someone who wants to figure it out. Doesn't know what to do with their lives. Based on your work your experience what would you say. Get to know.
"mullins" Discussed on What Should I Do With My Life? Figuring it Out From Those Who (Seem to) Have it All Figured Out
"Full and for every human being different tools. Work for you would work for me. That may not work for somebody else so we want to make sure that they have exposure. You know to to as much as we can bring in through partnerships that we're trying to build right now with other organizations partnerships with it could be a psychologist could be a social worker. It could be you know a yoga teacher. I wanted it to be affordable to people. So you know if i'm feeding my soul and i'm able to walk the walk That's that fills my cup that that just lifts me up so that i'm able to go out there and be of service at one hundred percent hopefully most days not all days. You know even though my children are grown now. I'm still a mom. So i want to be able to be there for them if they need me. So i still work with kids at db g. So if they call that feels my spirit to like they. They are just so beautiful and amazing. My kids are amazing. You know. I i want to be able to pull out that. That book that i feel Can lift me back up and pull me back to senator call. It bringing bringing it back to center a meditation. I meditate every day. Even if i only have ten minutes. And i just can do some breath work. That's another way to to bring me back. Because i will stay in the future more than i. Will you know in the past. What can i do next. what can i do next. what can i do next. And that was also something that i had learned to stay busy so that i didn't have to deal with So i have to really work on that every single day because it will deplete my energy you know by the end of the day. I'm like wow. I really didn't stay focused today or or whatever so in just being self aware you're leading by example and you're also learning and you're in the process yourself and with everyone in every sense of the word. Yes in terms of educating our listeners. Right now people who are listening People might be nervous to bring up a tough conversation like this. If we suspect we know someone who may have experienced this we want to show support. But we're not sure. How do you have any tips and how we could bring that up. Yes so if you're talking with child they have to be able to trust you first. They have to be able to trust you even with an adult survivor. They need to feel Like they can trust you in a lot of times. It's just being a good listener. And i think as adults we come at kids sometimes. Why didn't you tell me this or you know who's hurting you and that kind of stuff. And so our Amped up energy.
"mullins" Discussed on What Should I Do With My Life? Figuring it Out From Those Who (Seem to) Have it All Figured Out
"And that allows us to come outside of our own story somewhat because we get so consumed with it a lot and then in our ever even though. The story is not conscious in. Our minds are behaviors are showing up every day as a victim as a trauma victim. And we wanna take it from victim to survivor so those that that model is really in my opinion crucial to to a tv being able to to step out there and help other people. It really feels like your life. Experiences created this model in every in every sense. You know the work you do. And what's the energy healing. It's like this holistic approach. That kind of gets at at all the angles. You're dealing with in addition to dealing with this difficult topic at hand every day. Which is quite personal. -ocial here also running a nonprofit organization near founder. Your co. You're running business. You're running an organization. How do you emotionally recharge. How do you feel like it so taxing just being any kind of founder and fling it with the specific work. You're doing how. how do i do. Yeah it's a challenge sometimes because You know currently as we're so new so it's a complete volunteer position for me. You know. I still work day job during the day helping to run another company. So that's my day job. Whatever time i have left available Actually goes a to a c b and a very healthy relationship. That i'm in for the first time in my life so i have to. I have to bring that up to just so much happened. When i when i finally spoke And had that courageous voice so he is a huge part a of charge and a great listener and just a really great support system. My kids absolutely you know checking in. I had a conversation with my daughter yesterday. And you know how can she help. And i said you know. Just one share a week or a month from our facebook page or instagram. That would be great. You know those little things really matter that charges me you know that empowers me makes me feel better. I make sure that Seven to eight hours of sleep every night. I don't like to mess with my sleep. I do walk pretty much every day. So whatever pent up energy. I have gone on. You know it's released through some type of exercise and my soul work every morning. When i get up. I dedicate at least an hour to me The readings my prayer. Meditation like whatever it might be. I dedicate that that had to be. I won't go without that. Yeah in my daily check. In that i do with myself in. Ac we're working on our programming as well and so these are some wonderful wonderful things that we would like to bring to other survivors and in helping empower them Is keeping that tool belt.
"Stands for validation. You know csi survivors. It's so so important that we feel validated That we feel heard because our voice was taken from us for so so long But i also wanna let other survivors know that you have the ability to choose. You can choose to take it back you know. Pull it out. Use that courageous vote and I don't mean that you necessarily have to shout it out to the world. You don't have to tell everybody your store if you don't want to but it's about you. You validating you as well like you matter when you realize that there's complete freedom there And then the oth stands for observation which is learning about self awareness. Does that mean in. Those are the things that We also again have the ability to change. If we've been taught certain things growing up with tokyo have i would say ninety five percent of everything we say and do is learned. You know Not much of that is primal. Which is what we're born with. What are those things that are being of service to a still. And what is not and so. that's the the observation parts. And then i which is integrity you know. How are we showing up every day. And it's really again about loving who you are and taking those behaviors being able to go back and work with the teach lot about thoughts. Equal emotions equal behaviors equal your experiences. And that's an equation. That is always the same. It always starts with with the thoughts that we have and we can change those. You know people say how. How do you change. You know how you think. Well there's there's great tools out there. You know that that we can utilize us to help. Help that That formula so that those new behaviors you create new enjoyable to rewire your brain really And create new behaviors. Which give you better experiences. You know. so that's where the integrity part comes up and you know how you're able to show up completely different and then compassion That's a lot of self love and learning how you know how to love you and Letting go that shame you know those kinds a heavy heavy emotions just really learning how to love yourself and learning how to trust and love others again and then empathy Is the is the last letter when we're able to put ourselves in somebody else's shoes when we're able to hear another person story.
"You just don't know in. How do we stop this. That's my bit. My vision is to take this global and to raise awareness You know this doesn't discriminate. It is in every country every community even within a religious communities. It is happening and these children are really left. Not being able to say a word. And if you could possibly put yourself in a child's position of you know like i was. I just gotta get through this. How do i get through this. You know in a lot of dissociation happens you know you you block it out you put yourself in another position you know somewhere else another world if you will or whatever so that you don't have to like actually live it. It's a safety mechanism that our brains do automatically in so for children to have to live through this and sometimes i don't even liked to talk about that. But how else are we able to help. People have a better understanding you know. Most people don't want to talk about this. Why what are you afraid of. What are you what are you afraid. You know. we need to talk about this. I don. I don't know i want to be able to bring awareness around this And help survivors empowered them to help other survivors and to help bring awareness. That is so healing as part of my healing. You're asking me earlier. That has helped me. The most is being able to be a voice for children mandated reporting. You know as a part of my job you and talking with these kids and helping them be able to advocate for themselves. You know who do you have to go talk to you. Know there have been several children that have come to me. That have let me know that this was going on in their home broke my heart because i know how they feel and know how they feel. That's what i wanna do. I wanna take ac global eventually. So we can make this a worldwide You know mission. You're a force and then kills confident. You're making a huge difference and will continue to thank you. I hope so you definitely will you already are. You have been your whole life as we discussed all your service and working with others. I'm wondering what it was like. Free is like for you to go from go from keeping something deep down.
"Work and to be able to help other people feel that freedom like it's so liberating to have a courageous voice. It's holy work. It feels like it's only work so just to take a step back. 'cause you started sharing a bit about a sea via courageous voice. What is a courageous voice. Tell us more what is it. when did you start. What services do you provide. yeah i so. A courageous voice started back in october. So we are really new making really great progress every single day Actually so we raise awareness and we empower survivors and we built community and i fully participate myself as a survivor. You know so. Because i'm still learning i'm still on my journey and honestly i hope it never ends the growth that i have received has been phenomenal and i really hope that. A c. can provide that for other people as well to covid. We're still doing a lot via zoom but As soon as things start to lift and we can get out a little bit more More community work very very important We have some great board members It's great there's not a lot of places out there like a c. So we want to try to have those hard conversations you know. We are platform for survivors. You know for people that have questions about it. I'm sure almost or most people know of some one that has had this experience and a lot of sia say survivors. Don't want to to really talk about it because of the fear that lies within that and so a is also a great place for you to have a safe space. And that's our mission. It's just a matter of one person. All it takes is reaching out to one person making a difference for one person. That's a world. One person is yes of world so it's such important work. When did you realize that you wanted to start this organization. Last summer i had witnessed For me it was very traumatic. An event that happened and within that. I saw a my own perpetrator in that not literally. But like i could see him in that whole situation and it sent me reeling. I had not been in that space for so many years. I left my hometown in my early twenties. And now. I live in michigan in for me. I feel safer here you know..
"And that about self awareness and Had to love who you are. You know it's okay to not know what you wanna do. You know our parents. All these adults expect us to know who we are and what we're supposed to do with our life at age eighteen. I didn't find out who i was. Or what i wanted to do until i was around. Forty you know so. It's that's really good. People need to hear that. Yeah it's okay and really about discovering you. I right and then we talked about social awareness and i just had this love and passion. You know to help kids. And then all of a sudden i would be In a child's home and working with their parents in some some way either just listening being a sounding board for them and it was such profound work. And i'm still. France was so many of these families. I actually worked at the downtown boxing jimmy program yesterday so i still work with the high schoolers. They're they still call me. And i wouldn't have any other way. You know. people are going through stuff everywhere all the time in. We never know what somebody's going through. So try to stay out of that judgment judgment zone and just kind of show up and say how can i be of service. But can i do to help you and still making sure i feel my cup. You know at the same time yeah. It's so clear that you've such a big heart and how much you wanna give and help others. What traits or special qualities. You think you have that make people feel like they can open up to you that people trust you feel vulnerable around you feel supported by you. Yeah that's a good question. I would say that. I've lived it. And i had no support really. I didn't have an after school program. yes i went to therapy but unfortunately the therapist that we're trying to help me a oh wasn't ready really And i had a therapist. You know basically. Ask me what i had done to. You know bring on that sexual trauma and yup and so you and not all like that. Don't get me wrong. They're absolutely amazing. Therapists out there. And i highly recommend it. But i've had my fair share of going to therapy. And i just knew that there were more more ways out there to pull in that wrap around approach learning how to be a good listener. I do know that. I'm very empathetic in very much. An impasse as well. It's the joy. I just get so much joy and i want so bad to help. People know that you don't have to stay stuck in that prison. There are ways out. And i wanted a cd to be able to provide those resources for people. You know if it's connecting with a therapist if it's connecting with a support group a just being with other survivors and i feel very privileged and honored to be able.
"You know going to that school in every day. I got to go and be there. It was a year program. And i like seven days a week and i was able to go in there every day and just the energy and that place was so calming and i didn't have to worry i could let my guard down. I've never had that in my life. Never in a lady came in her name. Was mary morrissey header. In as a keynote speaker. And i was sitting in the audience and i remember her talking and i said oh my god. Do you ever feel like you're you're sitting there in the light shines on you like coming down from heaven and you're like stuck in the us talking to me and that's how i fell in what she talked about was being in choice impossibility. She talked about Coming out of the past. And this is what's available to you. You just have to choose it. I didn't know how to choose it. You know but listening to her and then she offered an opportunity to fly out to la and have an entire weekend conference with her for free. I was like. I just need a plane ticket. How do i get a plane ticket. I'm a mom of two. And i'm a single mom by then right so i flew out. Spent a whole weekend with this lady and met other people that were life coaches or wanted to become a life coach. I knew nothing about coaching. But i did know that people came to me all the time for advice or about their kids or whatever so i knew i had this natural thing happening you know and i wanted to explore it in the things that she said really opened me up to you. Know what. What could i do with this. How could i take my past and make it work for me instead of against me and that happened. I think i was forty years old. So eleven eleven years ago in my life has changed ever since i went from that to working with Kids that were in abuse and neglect cases. I with a nonprofit in a lot of them a lot of those cases are horrid and horrific in a lot of kids that had been sexually abused as well and so i was able to to work with them and teach them about meditation and just take them for walks and we would get on on a basketball court and shoot hoops and just talk. I would listen. You know just a safe place for them to be and then. I found out about the downtown boxing gym when they closed our program at the other nonprofit in there i was able to really bond with these kids and came to love them like they were my own as i did the other. The other kids at the boy's home and i began to teach things like social emotional.
"I just didn't. I thought it was going to be in a school. But that's not the kind of teacher that i became In children in my opinion Are out our our best teachers. We can learn so so much from them. I think is adults we get so stuck in the past or the future and we forget to be in the president and kids. Keep us president. You know in. Are we taking time to sit down and play with them. You know they learn best through play so to adults actually and so. They just became my teachers and watching their innocence. And just feeling that love that joy and that cat my heart open you know. It was the adults that i came around where my heart would start to close. offer With kids could be that free spirit if that makes sense so and i did that most of my life you know working with kids here in the air and then i started working for a nonprofit. It was when i hit my forties is when my when the life coaching really began. I after my ex husband had had a stroke. He was given like a one percent chance of survival. And that you know he's not gonna make it and if he does he's going to be in a vegetative state and i knew in my soul that he would live. I just had that faith in that belief and two weeks prior to that. My son who was fourteen at the time had been in the hospital as well and diagnosed with type one diabetes. So there was all of this going on. You know just within the month of october And we had had a pet that had passed away three days before my son went into the hospital he had. I had to take him to the vet. It was just a you know a really hard time so after all that had happened about six months i was so broken and i just remember looking up and saying god i cannot take one more traumatic event in my life. I can't do this. You need you gotta help me and sure enough sure enough there was just something that clicked inside of me and i say that earth angels come to you right when you need them. You know they're everywhere really really grateful for that Because i came upon a school it was a massage school. Irene's my massage de institute in southfield in its holistic massage school in the school i learned about energy healing and i learned about all these different modalities of healing That are you know that work super super well. You know with trauma victims. And i don't know that When irene did this that she was maybe she thought about trauma victims or or or not. I don't know but her her vision changed my life..
"Was hell living in a small town. Everybody knows everything embarrassment to you know. Shame and guilt. And i'm i remember sitting on the hearth the or the the fireplace there and just you know watching the buzz of activity when my mom told her side of the family and they came around her and they were supporting her because she was distraught. Obviously and i remember sitting on the fireplace going. What the hell is happening here. Okay so it happened You know okay. I didn't realize i was still a kid. I was fourteen when i finally told ninth grade. You know going into the ninth grade. Summer that i think in. That's when a child's identity starts to form so this was forming my eyes into the telling me this is who i was. You know we were kind of pushed out of the church This person was brought in the church in arms around him. And you know the church that we had always grown up in you know they kinda the kind of pushed us out and we ended up moving out of that small town into the city which is still compared to detroit is still very very tiny. I wanna say it got easier but it didn't. I became depressed Heavy suicidal thoughts. I had pills in my hand at one time. Ready to take them You know my mom and is relationship became super just a lot of anger. I didn't want to go to school. I went from being an ab student honor. Roll my whole life too. Failing my mom didn't know what to do with I had become promiscuous. Started smoking pot and just doing just whatever i could do to escape. And that's very common for csi survivors as well and the male Relationships that i had started to have very dysfunctional abusive. Because that's how i saw myself as this is what i deserve. You know and as a child of sexual abuse you you go through a lot of fight flight freeze and a lot of fawning and people don't know what that is I stayed in fawn most of the time..
"Story and just to take a step back and hear more about your journey where you grew up a bit about your background. Yes sure so. I'm from the mountains of north carolina. So really close to tennessee. The smoky mountains actually and group in a really small town where everybody knows everybody. I think they still do and enlarge part if you're still a local air kinda raised with that southern culture of typically getting married as soon as you get out of high school and having kids and and that whole thing and definitely came from a religious background of Southern baptist christianity that was heavily embedded in me as well And then there's a lot of beautiful things you know about southern culture. The food is fabulous super fattening. It's the heart of of southern culture who'd love gravy and biscuits so there's that part of it family. I have two huge sides on my dad's side and my mom's side very loving very giving that was a also very Deeply embedded in how. I was raised both grandparents You know a huge part of my life and then there's the other side of of the southern culture that really pulls in you know things that happened behind closed doors are left behind closed doors. You don't talk about it. There's a loyalty that lies. Which in part of that is very beautiful in the other. Part of that can be very damaging damaging. You know that if you see abuse going on you know people are hush hush you don't talk about it. You mind your own business. That kind of stuff. So there's two sides. I think to all cultures on if you really want to see it that way but grew up. Very confined is far as the outside world. You know there was very little diversity growing up. I went to an all white school. You know you stayed within your own race if you will you know it was looked down upon if you stepped outside of bat from a religious perspective as well..
"Coming to you from my apartment that doubles as a podcast recording studio this is what did i do with my life with. Steph horowitz. i'm steph horri- thanks for joining me. This podcast is about how none of us know what we're doing. None of us have figured out no matter if you seem like you've had altogether you really don't be honest we're gonna talk about real stories from real people their experiences have they're figuring it out from career pivots to being in the same industry for forty. We're going to hash this thing out so we can all find more meaning and passion in our work days. Hi everyone before we start. I want to let you know that in this episode we talk about child sexual abuse so listener. Discretion is advised. I'm honored to introduce you today to the amazing aimee mullins. Amy is a teacher a healer. Ceo a giver a leader. She has dedicated her. Life's work empowering and supporting children in various ways as a life coach through her work at detroit boxing gym and also much more which you will find out today in october aiming created and launched a courageous voice or acv whose mission is to prevent and protect children from child sexual abuse using evidence based educational tools to raise awareness and empower families to stop the violence in today's episode. Amy shares about how being of service to others has been accused element in her healing journey. Talks about what it was like to take something so painful and not spoken about and turn that into her. Life's work and talks about how everything changed when she realized her voice matters a few things of actually changed since amien. I recorded this episode. Amy left her day job and is now working on a c. v. full-time which is very exciting. Another important update is that acv which was once focused on. Supporting adult survivors has had to shift..
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"I'd like to hear from you. We've one more hour to go this week. We were talking about earlier this morning. And we're talking to all week and we'll know more about it after weekend as to what's happening with these vaccine cards stroke vaccine passes to go into the paul burger to a restaurant. Whatever makes sense on whatsapp pipe. Pj everyone that. I've talked to will be using their vaccine card to go into pubs and restaurants. I wonder how many anti vaxxers are included in that small figure disagreeing with the idea. The government are in that awkward situation. Where you're damned if you do and you're damned if you don't put it very well mic. So let's throw it out there without coming to without much discussion. We'll all be getting one anyone who's got a double vaccination and his through their vaccination now would be getting this pass either in the post or by email and the idea is as far as we know. This past will get you into the pope of the restaurant after a given date. Will you use it. You'll have it lecomte you if you've been double vaccinated will you use it. Yes or no simple way. Three ninety six nine thousand six hundred eighty six. I'll come back to covid again. I we were talking to Media mullins tiktok supreme in south africa talking to her last night. He was a very precarious situation. Actually she'd broken curfew. Yes curfew something. We never had to deal with here in the long run team. We never had to deal with a curfew. So cut open their last night in mid curfew and she tells you what are reluctant in south africa. There she's there at the moment. Let's hear that one in the we were just dublin-based south again political geeks. They are out there. This it's going to be an interesting one actually in dublin. South the top three with forty percent of the boxers tallied and dublin based south lynn. Boylan if she has twenty five point five percent of the vote james geoghegan of finna gala has claimed into second place on twenty four point three but event a event abacha labor is just behind him at twenty four points percentage points and then the rest of the down. The page are just falling. Apart the nepal candidate there has three point. Nine percent of the votes real claps for for so dublin-based so that that seat vacated by on murphy the former housing minister it's between fain finna gale and the labor party to see who take that season. The tallies were predicting as you go down the page that they could see geoghegan going out before boylan and that he would elect bajic. But there's a long way away to go from that yet. Long way to go and fifty seven one five nine nine six before i do any more. Though i wanna talk about black putin for a few minutes yes black putin and the history thereof of and they're making thereof because we all use it to under the place at least on the sunday and it's got history debate the band averill alshaar from russ carberry has made black pudding har- life partner anyway. Good morning to you good morning. Pj here you do. This is not just something you put on the place on sunday morning or between two slices of bread is my wife has been known to do. There's history here yes there is I reckon that from the time that People started killing animals and using fire to cook Thrifty housewives would have ensured adopt belting went to aced. They couldn't afford to go to waste so One ingredient that they couldn't find a use for possibly was built and they wouldn't let it pour away so they made putting out a bunch and You know it's been made with rice. It's been made with grains of various sorts and it is very good for you and his blood still a component parent. What do you think makes it. Flack no no i listen. I'm i knew the answer to that question by the way. Were you know It became that Abattoirs Would use the blood and make their own pudding from the wrong blood obviously and people who were killing their pigs in their backyard with like putting Simple nowadays and We don't have an abattoir so we actually used dried blood and the only ingredients enjoyed blood is handled global. So it's really you know it's blurred When i hear if we really toes and make me annoy me. When i hear people talking about real blood because blood is handled slogan water. They take it. Yeah that's exactly it in with the water taking And and we are putting some pork and we use me and fashion and blood. Put the whole lot in the dried blood amazing. The fast mastered all up together with were us. In our. in our regular black pudding we use Per body Pinhead snail on wbz seasoning and in our reporting we use now guten free. That's a new one. We've been making for a few years I mean it was twenty five and we started during that one eight nineteen. So we've been doing it for about six years. Well i mean. I was aware of the disease. Because i'm the one who's always done the tasting and people come along attack. You know any do complete black pudding. I would say no and when williams joint business even search. He pushed his dad to you know. Come on dad. We need to do this. Gluten-free putting these perfectionist. Both my sons are perfect. Just it took twelve months before everybody was happy that the putting came up to the standard of the regular has to taste the same. Doesn't it does. Yeah it does. And and and you know when when he was was creating original recipe for our black pudding. It took him fifteen months and i had a job. I had two jobs apart from of tasting we owe everything was tasted. I mean i have sitting spiteful because this was family business it could matter they have to taste everything and critique it. It didn't matter as well as the family business and they were paying as much as anybody else's anybody who came to the door and you'd offer them a cup of tea it didn't realize we're going to be paying for the because they'd have to taste the natives camille. What's the german connection to black pudding. The.
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Pre Cheltenham Gravy at Super Sandown Saturday
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