19 Burst results for "O'neill"

"oneill" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

05:05 min | 5 months ago

"oneill" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"All time I broke is made and was doctor Sega with David hidalgo. I had the pleasure of meeting mister nehru one morning up at Saratoga working on the backstretch and he actually got me a cup of coffee. I had a Vietnam old slack jacket on and he loved it. And I said, you know, so he said, what do you know about the doctor? And I said, why did you ever ride many kaza? I said, you know, and only two weeks came out and cut off the whole field and he swiped the table. He says, daddy kaz, if you give him instructions as soon as the bell range, we've got everything you told him. And just had a wonderful conversation with mister nehru. Let me ask you a real question I wanted to ask you with all the claiming going on back and forth. Do you give a guy who claimed the horse or a retail and say, hey, listen, this was maybe some insight information on the animal that you just lost and what he said for Kate to you. That's a great question. And Bobby, thanks for the nice comments. And thanks for your service, brother. Thank you, thank you. Thank you very much. Yeah, it is definitely something when you lose a horse, especially if they have some quirks that may be dangerous for their exercise riders or their groom, you'll share that with them and but if you know a horse likes to be trained real hard or likes to be not trained real hard, sometimes those are things you may keep to yourself because you don't really want to see that horse you want to see what's best for the horse, but you don't messily want to see him go on a win streak. Once he leaves your barn, but anything to do with physical or mental tendencies that you know about you'll share with the new trainer. And sometimes through the trainers, there is a community and everyone kind of pulls for each other, but at the same time it's very competitive and so it fluctuates, but from my standpoint, any that would be helpful to make sure no one gets hurt. I'll definitely pass that along. All right, Bobby appreciate the phone call. Bill is in New York, Bill. You're hosting the show. You're on with Doug O'Neill. Go ahead. Hi, Doug. This is such a pleasure to be able to talk to you. Hot rod Charlie, one of my favorite horses. He is so Gritty. He runs every time. A couple of questions. I want to go back first of all to the breeders cup. This past year. And I just want your opinion. He flavian basically put him on the rail for the final drive. And I was under the impression that the rail was a little bit dead that day. Do you think it cost him could he have gotten maybe at least second what's your opinion? I mean, what did you talk with Flavia about? And then my second question, if I might is, how's he doing? How's he looking? I assume you're going to run him in the Dubai World Cup. Is that what the plan is? Because I know you've had him over there. Good questions, Billy. It's hard to second guess a guy like flavian Pratt, but I understand what you're saying there with the inside part of del mar sometimes can be a little bit on the dead side. You know, I recall post race, you know, flabby and sand turn for home. He thought he had that aim on the lead and he was thought he was going to win. And he just could not make up ground on him and I might have had him maybe a cat to dull that particular day too and it's funny where we're stable there at del mar. There's a lot of activity, a lot of owners and even people are just come visit the backside there's just a lot of simulation in the barn that were particular at del mar. So I think he might have came in a tad flat and so yeah, that was definitely a disappointing everybody still tried as hard as he could. And yeah, he is currently in Dubai actually went last week for a few days and got to manage his watches work out he's continues to do well and that's the goal of the march 26th Dubai World Cup and it should be a heck of a race. He got midnight bourbons slated to go their life as good as slated to run in there so it's going to be a should be a full field of top horses and Charlie if he's doing well. He's got a big big chance. All right, I want to thank everybody who took time to call in to email to hit us up on social media. Doug, I want to thank you for finally taking time to do this. We've tried to coordinate the past couple of weeks and man, you got so many top horses now. It's hard to get a hold of you, but I'm so glad that you took time to do it this morning and I know our listeners are too. What a pleasure. Thank you so much. I really appreciate them. I keep up the great work. Thank you for having me. Yeah, you're the best. Good luck Doug. Doug O'Neill. Here on the horse racing radio network.

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"oneill" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

05:30 min | 5 months ago

"oneill" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"He got off and just like, I should have, you know, he had to tap on the brakes a little bit. Going past the grand stand the first time. And he was like, ah, I wish I hadn't done that. I wish I was just went on with it and maybe things would have been a little different. So that's probably the most fresh in my mind, but that was still a solid solid effort on Charlie's part and anytime you got a horse in the gate for Saturday in May and then Kentucky Derby just you feel like you're already won just being there. And then when they show their a big effort, it's pretty amazing. All right, jer is in Louisville, Jared, go ahead. You're hosting the show. You're on with trainer Doug O'Neill. Wow, I can't believe it. Doug, I just loved all have another. My favorite horse of all time. Made a lot of money on the Derby. And couldn't believe that he was not favored in paprikas. They favored bodemeister. And the race went off and it looked like it was all in Bodhi Meister's favor. No one was putting any heat on them. It was a shorter race, and I'm thinking, oh, God, he's not going to get there today, but man, he just wouldn't be denied. My favorite race of all time. So my question is, when did you know I'll have another was as great as he was and do you think he'd won the Belmont if not for the injury? Wow. Yeah, thank you. Brought back a lot of great memories for me as well. You know, he won first time outside. That's always a great sign when a horse wins a straight maiden first time out, whether it be New York Florida, California, those races aren't easy or Kentucky. And I think he had some shit issues early on as a two year old and we game time off and when he came back and won the bob Lewis off that long layoff that was one I think we all looked at each other because it was kind of an ambitious spot to say the least and it was the first time Mario Guterres had ever ridden for us. And that was probably the moment that I thought, wow, this horse stays injury free. It could be some magic coming up here and yeah and to like you say to one the Santa Derby and The Kentucky Derby and then that Preakness was just a dynamite Cuddy effort all the way down the lane. That was so cool. And the Belmont without a doubt. That's something that I lay at bed sometimes kicking myself because, you know, when you go when you get lucky enough to have a horse that can run in the Triple Crown, each track is a little bit different. And I think if I had it all over I do again, I would have trained them a little bit lighter over the sandy Belmont track and it makes sense horses are coming in a little bit tired leg. After the Derby and the Preakness and I just kind of had this mindset that I was going to continue to train him the same way I did going into the Derby and going into the Preakness and, you know, I think that injury was probably due to maybe him having a little bit of tired legs and still putting in a top bit of exercise every morning and just, you know, it took its toll, unfortunately. But I do think you would have wanted to, he would have been injury free. I think he's four to 5 on the morning line that day and I don't think you would have been denied if you were to say without injury. Yeah, well, thank you for sharing that. Thanks for asking. I appreciate it. Jerry appreciate the phone call. 888-966-4776. The number to call and talk with trainer Doug O'Neill. We've got about 5 or 6 minutes left. Doug's a busy man. He has to get back to work, but he is here to take your phone calls HR and nation 888-966-4776, the number to call in. We do have an email here, Doug. It comes from, let's see, Chris in Florida who says other than The Kentucky Derby, what's been your favorite race to win? Probably the Japan cup dirt with fleet street dancer. It was just such a weird like 50 to one. And we were running against like the. John Henry other C biscuit of Japan with some horse and I, his name escapes me, but he had one. I think the previous two years running of it and he was odds on and really the people's horse there in Japan and here we were 50 to one. We were just so honored that we got invited and we got a free trip to Japan and police through dance to his training rate. So we took a chance and it was just a nose bob and we her nose ended up on the right end of that nose bob 50 to one. So I'd say that Japan cup there was probably the other than that Derby's would be the most shocking, exciting race that I can think of. Yeah, that's a cool story. Let's go back out to the phone lines. Bobby is in bayside Bobby, you're hosting the show. You're on with Doug O'Neill. Go ahead. Hey, all saint trainer. You are absolutely a credit to the game. Are you just speak on many occasions? For me, I've been doing this for about 60 years. My 5 and ten don't tend to betting windows too much, but my favorite voice of.

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"oneill" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

06:15 min | 5 months ago

"oneill" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Doug is here, Doug, good morning, my friend. Good morning, Mike, how are you doing? Doing really well and I'm excited to open up the phone lines to HR and nation and let them take over the show. They're going to ask you some questions here this morning for about 15 minutes. They can also email the show and send them out on social media and I have a couple of those already. Derby path on social media wants us to ask you if you could give an update on slow down Andy and awake at midnight. Ah, yes. They're both came out of the racism from Louisiana and good shape and slow down Andy were pointing towards the sunland park Derby at the end of this month and awake at midnight. We're thinking of the Ashland at keenland for her, but both of them are doing really well. All right, good news there. Larry and Louisville wants to know this is a fun question. Where did you celebrate after your Derby wins and what's your favorite watering hole in Louisville? Wow, wow. You know, some amazing lucky moment like that at the night blurs into the morning and yeah, you know, I do remember with pollen zeller radom they love the horse so much and they celebrate as much as anyone, but they're not huge drinkers. So I think we end up going to a restaurant and just had a great meal and reminisced about the whole experience and then maybe when they went to bed I might end up heading over to Jeff ruby's or something like that along right near the gold house, sir. But there's no bad place in Louisville when you have a great day at the racetrack. That's for sure. And you've had a couple of those with those Derby wins. We're going to go to the phone lines now, Billy is in Indiana. Billy, go ahead, you're hosting the show. You're on with trainer Doug O'Neill. Hi Doug, how are you today? Good, Billy, no tough questions, Billy. Go easy. I'm going to ask you a tough one. You're kind of the middleman as a trainer. You have a relationship with many jockeys. Some of your favorites and also owners, what do you find to be the key to keeping that relationship alive with the owners and the jockeys? More importantly with the jockeys because I find that many jockeys have regular trainers I ride for. Yeah, that's a great question, Billy. And so much of it is out of our hands really because especially with the top riders because they're going to they're going to ride the best horses in each race. So the key to having some continuity is just having the best course in Detroit as much as you can. But out here in California, we're blessed with flavian Pratt even though he's ready to head back east or to the Midwest, but a lot of it is just the owners who pay the bills and are very instrumental in managing their horses, you know, who they want to ride and again, if you can get one of the top riders and the owners want to use them then that's the best way to go. So I don't know how I answered the questionnaire. It's a little bit challenging. In my situation with pollin de la radham, they've got a really strong rapport with Mario Gutierrez. So, you know, it's kind of a no brainer he writes the majority of their horses. So it makes it pretty easy for me. We're not out looking for riders and in an ideal world. The continuity of Mario riding all the pollen Zillow atom horses he knows the horses as good as anyone. So that sometimes can be a real plus. Communication with the jockey, you feel the key to the trainer jockey relationship? Yeah. I think this mutual respect, you know, when things don't go as planned, which is quite often. You want to take ownership and that you could have done a better job as a trainer in preparing the horse and, you know, maybe you didn't choose the right distance to the right surface. And then on the flip side of that, ideally, the riders, if things don't go well, are open and to what they maybe could have done better. And so just the mutual respect of, hey, let's learn from that. That race there and try to do better next time out. So, you know, I think that for the most part, I have a really good report with most jockeys, but there are some times where you get a frustrating ride and then you get the short conversation of the horse didn't have it. It just didn't have it that day, something like that, which drives me nuts because it doesn't really give me much to build on for the next time. So like just some communication where both of us, what can we do better for the next time? All right, Billy. I appreciate the call. It's Billy and Indiana. Thanks so much, Billy. And don't forget, this is your chance to host the show with trainer Doug O'Neill. So if you have a question for Doug, this is your chance to ask it 888-966-4776. That's 8 8 8 9 6 6 hr. And by the way, so many of you have tried to get through over the past several weeks since we launched this new segment. And you've gotten a busy signal. So we said, you know what? We're all about our listeners. We now have a second phone line in the studio, so you shouldn't have to worry about that. Unless they're both full. So keep the calls coming. 888-966-4776 to talk with Doug O'Neill. Doug, I have a question for you. Yeah. We talk about your two Derby wins. I'll have another in Nyquist. How about the ones that you didn't win? Which one would you like to have back if you could do it over again? Wow, wow. Hi, rod Charlie. We're going to go and go too far back just this last year. But, you know, and that's one just the brilliance of flavian practice such an amazing horseman, amazing jockey. And.

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"oneill" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

02:48 min | 9 months ago

"oneill" Discussed on CarCast

"Kids 6 and under, use promo code car cast for $5 off your spectator ticket. So it's good guys dot com promo code carcass. All right, what else? That sounds like a great event. Oh my God. And I wish we could make it up there, but also kind of like I get like end of the year and the weather is great, but there's so much that gets packed on, just coming back from sema next week is LA auto show and all the press events surrounding it. So I think maybe a little earlier in October, like he mentioned next year, it would be a little better. I know you're gonna be like, you know, up there in August, come back, take a little break, pop back up there and in October. Yeah, it was long so we can get on the calendar. I've been out of town three weekends in a row doing shows. I just never been I think I think I put together like 25 straight days of work or something. So it's just been insane. But driving that parnelli Jones a Mustang. One of the prettiest ones. I think that's the kind of burgundy and black one. I think and not the school bus yellow one. I thought parnelli Jones was the orange. But then he said fuller and I think maybe that's the black picture. It is the red and black one. Yeah. They're both great. They're both Jim Farley racing. He was racing the school bus yellow is racing the orange car. Yeah. But I forgot who I forgot the history on that car. I don't know, the thing about the vintage trans am is it's a really cool class. Some of the cars look better than others, the notchback Mustangs don't look that great in race trim. But fastbacks look really cool. And then there's the whole kind of Dodge version of this. And then there's the whole AMX version. Yeah, yeah. Or AMC or whatever AMX not gremlins, but what are they mad at? Not mad at or not the gremlin javelin. Javelin. Yeah. Yeah. Bruce Canopy has a jam. They had the whole red white and blue scheme. There are some cool pieces out there. And the Mustang Jim Farley was racing one and then chip Connor had one. And I forgot who I forgot the drivers of those cars, but they look the same and that's where some confusing. We talked about it. Let me tell you guys about Geico, whether you own your home or rent your home. We know it can be a lot of hard work. But you know, it's easy. It's bundling your policies with Geico. Geico makes it easy to bundle.

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"oneill" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

08:36 min | 9 months ago

"oneill" Discussed on CarCast

"Cast today and if you're prescribed to get $15 off your first month of ED treatment, make sure you're ready to have confidence and control this fall, get Roman ready. All right, well, Sean's working on the 5 ten BRE over there waiting. Waiting for stuff from the plater. It's always waiting for the powder coat or guy. He blamed you. He said, you've got some exotic gray that's taken too long over there. And somehow my cross member got caught up. I'm not sure how one has to do with the other why can't we just deliver the cross blames you? Yeah. And then the powder Carter came and dropped off a bunch of his shit, of course, which has nothing to do with me, but I'm still doing the same gray as I'm doing my my pieces. Wow. I wasn't hearing any of it, but he still blamed you so you should you should know that. So it sounds like my pieces are not done. I listen powder coater guys plating guys. I've never heard maybe maybe cable guys, like back when you needed cable now they're nice. Because people have cut the cable. But before back in the day, you needed your cable. It was like heroin. You know what I mean? You had nothing without that Caleb, be watching channel 13 and like a local news. It's all fuzzy. Right, right. And the cable guys be like, maybe it'll be there between 7 and 5 p.m. see what kind of mood. And you're like, okay, whatever. Thank you. I'll quit my job. I'll be standing for the stay home and then I couldn't make it today. You gotta do it again tomorrow, you gotta tell the other day off. They're greatest one is when they give you the 11 hour window. And then miss that day and then you go, yeah, well, we'll come tomorrow and then you go, okay, what time are you coming tomorrow? And I go between 7 and 5 p.m. wait a minute. You don't get to have another huge window on the day you whipped on. And their thing would always be like, all right, you know when cable and you'd be like, no, no. Sorry. A plater guys are kind of that way. The plate are guys like the powder cook guys. Okay, it's gonna drop it off at the end of last week, then it's gonna drop it off at the beginning of this week. Then never all ideas I walked in every morning and go, where's my cross member for my 5 cannon? He's not here. He didn't drop a dropped off our stuff. Talk to mad about his exotic gray. He's holding up the line. Well, maybe it's ton I should go over there. So we'll get forward to it. We'll keep you will keep you posted on that one. Let's see. So Jeff is not on with us yet, so we can talk about other subjects. Where'd you go drive the Bronco? So Ford's doing these events, in Vegas, they had like an old boy scout camp and they, I don't know if they bought it or rent it, but they put up a lot of their own like permanent signage. And there's driving events. It's kind of like Ford put up. Four died. They're permanent sign. It's kind of like going to speed Vegas for pondering school, but an off road version. And they have multiple occasions around the country, taxes, Moab, Vegas, a couple of other places. I went there for a media event, but they had a bunch of the Broncos there. And I haven't driven the Bronco yet, and they did a short, it's a half day thing or a full day thing. And they're like, we'll get you in like a we coursed out like a 15 minute version. And a little bit of everything. So you jump in the Bronco with a co driver, the Ford guy, he's like, just go ahead and hit the gas goes as fast as you want. So he goes as fast as you want through the dirt. And then you get you slow down. He's like, here's The Rock climbing, climbing area. Hit this button on the dash. Put it in rock climbing mode, disconnect the front sway bar. Y'all just do it while you're just sitting there and he's showing you all the buttons. And then, you know, if you've never done it before, you're climbing and you're like, I didn't think it was going to be able to do it. And he's like, engage the sway bar disconnect the sway bar and you'll notice the difference. You'll see what's going on. You don't have as much traction. So and then you go to the high-speed whoops and whatnot. So it was kind of fun to do. But they debuted the Bronco DR desert racer. If you're familiar, Ford performance released the Ford cobra jet. They make 50 of them, and it's a race ready turnkey drag race vehicle. If you have an NHRA license, you want to go racing. You order the car, you buy it, you can slap some stickers on it. You're ready to go. The Bronco DR is sort of the off road racer Baja version of that. And it was actually pretty cool. They rolled it out. Incredible suspension. You know, doors don't open, you climb through the climb through the window, big spare tires in the back, but they put the 5 liter V8 coyote engine in it. So it sounded awesome. And it's a, you know, for $250,000, it's a turnkey Baja racer. They'll make 50 of them and two 50 you say? Yeah, 250 gram. And it's ready to go. You know, you slap your stickers on it, your lever your legal. Not street legal, the doors don't open, you gotta climb through it. It's a racer. But it's interesting. I assume it doesn't go into a stock class, 'cause you have to make 5000 regular cars to homologate the race car and it's got the 5 liter coyote engine and a Bronco doesn't have a coyote engine. Right, maybe they'll have their own class, maybe they will. I don't know that it's a spec racer. You know, it's not like, you know, the Ferrari challenge. It's not quite that, but I guess it's going to go in some other modify class or unlimited class. I don't really know all the different classes. But it look cool and it sounded. And they brought up a bunch of vintage. They brought up a vintage Bronco. That was a Baja racer and some of the racers they've done over this past year, just in testing a Bronco sport, another Bronco and Vaughan gittin junior was there and he had his rock crawler Bronco and so it was a cool. It was a cool little bed. That was on Monday the day before the sema show open. We should we'd be remiss if we didn't mention we'd talked about that Toyota 2000s. Yeah. And the one finishing out at 8 55 all in. I believe, I don't know if we gave the final number on the show last time. But there's another one up with sitting about 6 55 a day or so ago. And I don't know what this means. If it means those cars are back, does it mean people are just scared of inflation and putting their money places? I look at it as good news for the Japanese guys because I don't know what segment has gone up more than the Japanese cars. Some of those skylines from the early 90s topping out at 303 125 K, you know? So the white one was 850,000 was the ending price. And she got to add the 5000 rank. So you're right, a 55 on that. This other one has two days left at sitting at 6 55. Then we said the white one was something a little more unique. It was a little bit, but I don't think it was a special story situation. Whatever the story was, it didn't feel to me like it was going to add more than 50 K to it, you know. All right, Jeff O'Neil is ready for us. Oh, I don't have to pop him up. He's here already. Jeff can you hear us? I sure can. Can you hear me? Yeah, good to speak to you again. Hello. Likewise. The velocity invitational is the race velocity invitational dot com is where you can go for all the information you need. That's down at the WeatherTech raceway, Laguna Seca. It's basically going on as you hear this. Jeff, let's talk about you in cars and we know we spoke at pebble beach for a little while. I think you have a vintage trans am car. I think you have a few cars. So let's talk about some of your cars. I do. I do. 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"oneill" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

08:50 min | 9 months ago

"oneill" Discussed on CarCast

"Yeah, I went to the simian foundation museum. It's a good size place. It's outside of Philly, it was about a 20, 25 minute Uber ride just from right the center of Philly, kind of an industrial part of town, a little bit of a tough neighborhood. It's a nice big, beautiful facility. Lots of cool cars there. Saw the Daytona cobra. Okay. Willie T was there was being interviewed. I was just kind of left Baltimore took a train to Philly, checked into the hotel, got an Uber's all kind of a blur, but I went up there with Willie. And hung out for a little bit. How's Willie doing? Willie's Willie. Will he's doing great. Yeah. He's always having a good time. He's always having a good time, so I went up there with Willie, I sat with the doctor Simeon. Saw some of his cool pieces. I think max a paddock and find it. I think he had a Ferrari two 50 L M that doctors doing well. We've talked about. I've always talked about I thought that car was undervalued. 8 or ten years ago, not under. I had two cars that I thought were undervalued when there were 5 million bucks, and that was basically the Ford GT 40. I was like these, you know, they're 5, 6, 7 million bucks. It's still too cheap, and the Ferrari two 50. I just thought those were 5, 6, 7 billion bucks. I still felt like they were undervalued. But those cars are all about the history, but they're both kind of in the barrier, you know, 15 to 20 million bucks now. They popped up both those cars popped up pretty hard. I think his was a 63, and I think it ran Le Mans and I think it may have won Le Mans, but the most expensive car on the planet is the one that won Le Mans outright and I think that was the last Ferrari to win. But I don't know what it says, max a palace. So the car just like this one when lamassa, I don't know if that was just said. Yeah, I think Mike said it won Lamar something, but it was just like Mike's not up to speed with the finer details in the descriptions we find in auctions. Are they right? Three paragraphs about a Le Mans winning car, and they're like, this is not that car. But it really like a qualified for Le Mans. Yeah. It was funny. I took note of it because I was like, I know it two 50 or 300 and they look the same. I know it two 51 Le Mans outright in like 63 or 64. Somewhere in there. I was 65. And that was about it for Ferrari winning Le Mans. Then it started the GT 40 era. And then that led into the 1917 portion and Porsche dominance and whatever. And that was the most expensive car in the planet. 100 million you think. Well, Bruce Kenneth a, I don't know if you could get it for a 100 million bucks, but over a 100 million bucks. That's his take. He would know. So when I saw this one and something about lamaze, like, did they win back to back? Or, you know, when did they out this work or whatever? But that's just the two 50 with racist. But again, it's racing career in 64, most notably at the Sebring 12 hours where retired after catching on fire. And it's on loan from Luigi canetti. Not as good as winning Le Mans. That is catching on fire. Not as good. But the car looks the same. But yeah, the Daytona was there, that kind of rolled it up to where we were. I was so my schedule was so crazy. I just, I only had time to do a lap around the museum. I think I did one when I arrived in one when I was done with Willie because Mike was in the back of the crowd pointing at his wristwatch at a certain point. That's probably eaten as well. We had to get back and back to Philly and then go to keswick outside of town and then do a show and blah, blah, blah, blah. But good timing. Got to run into Willie and got to see the doctor and got to sort of run through the museum, which is really nice. It's much more spread out than let's say the Shelby museum in golden. Or outside of Denver, which is the most cars you're going to see in a condensed spot to mean 10,000 ft² in that room. Yeah, versus other places where there's a lot of breathing room from car to car. There might be ten or 12 feet in between the displays versus if you open the door, you're gonna ding the car next to you. Yeah. I was good to be able to check that out because I remember when we spoke to him, we had a good conversation. I've been curious about his museum. In Vegas, I went to Shelby American. They did a presentation, a little party at their place. And I went to the Bronco off rodeo and drove to the new Bronco offroad, it's rock climbing, some high speed. Did a 15 minute all encompassing tour and they kind of show you through the vehicle sway bar disconnect and stuff. So had a couple of other things going on out there other than just sim which was good. It was a good event. Simo, by the way, kind of different lay of the land, many exhibitors were not there. Aisles were a little bigger. Walking around talking to people a little bit easier. But quite a few people not there so exhibitors not there, so it didn't have those conversations. Oh, also I did take a quick little ride. The west hall was the new west hall. I think you walked around for a tour a while back. Going from like central hall or south hall to the west hall, they have the boring tunnels and the teslas go underground. And I thought there would be a huge line being that sema, but there really wasn't. It's pretty efficient. And interesting. You just kind of go down like if you're going into a subway and when you get down there, you see a couple Tesla's kind of like pulled in and they're all kind of like making U turns and going around in and out of this. The hole is not as big as you'd think, right? Like the boring tunnel hole. It kind of fits one lane. Yeah. It's like LED lit up and it changes colors. I just kept thinking that scene and Willy Wonka were on the boat and there's like all the wacky shit in the wall. I don't know why this is extremely scary part of that movie. As a kid and whatever like the chicken gets its head cut off or something, it felt a little like that, but without all the weird shit on the walls, but it was easy, going from central hall after walking whatever 7 miles a day going from central hall to the west hall. I just went outside, went underground, got in a Tesla, didn't wait in line, two minutes later, pop out of the ground over at west hall and I walked right in. It's interesting. Yeah, it's interesting. And, you know, hopefully it's the future. I mean, this is, I don't know how far it's spans. It may be 8th of a mile or something. I think 1.8 miles. Yeah, 'cause there's three stops. Oh, there's three stops. Yeah, there's south hall, central hall and west hall, which is under the street and you got to cross the street and get to the other parking lot by the Marriott in the Spring Hill suites. So you have about 1.8 miles. Now it works because it's super clean because it's Tesla. There's no emissions. Right, right? Yeah. Yeah, normally a big fan and stuff that to blow this off. You know what it's new and it's a novelty, so it's not like people are in there smoking and graffiti on the walls and you know, it's a couple of nice tasks. And it's an Uber ride basically. It's free. They did it for at least for the weekend. Maybe it's going to cost something at some point, but it was just free. And it's just you just hop into a Tesla and a guy's driving and he's like, hey, we don't welcome, where did we like to go? West hall or south hall because I was in central. So you can pop up in different spots? Yes. And so there's just the three.

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"oneill" Discussed on TDN Podcast

TDN Podcast

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"oneill" Discussed on TDN Podcast

"The week is about efforts injunction. There you go. Bob baffert got injunctive relief on his suspension from naira last week. A judge agreed with him that he was denied his or the amendment right of due process. And he's going to be able to race at saratoga at least for the near future. We'll we'll see what happens. See what the next step is for nyra. Whether or not they have a a counterarguments one of the interesting things and bill had a good piece In today's with legal expert bennett lead men who used to work for the New york state Gaming commission. He said that you know really all naira has the do now is giving hearing to give me a hearing. And then they still decided to suspend him. They can do it which begs the question. Why didn't they just that. In the first place when they cover their bases in and give him a hearing and those through all the steps necessary to ban someone. I think it's because they wanted a good. Pr hit from that. From that day. Saying that spirit era african no longer run and narrow tracks the day after dina spirit Did not win. The preakness stakes. Nevertheless you know this is. This is their chance. I guess if they really have that kind of conviction that they don't want bob baffert racing on the grounds that they can go back and give urine but bill. Bill is reported on this jury. Was you thanks The next steps are he hit a lot on a lot of the.

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"oneill" Discussed on TDN Podcast

TDN Podcast

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"oneill" Discussed on TDN Podcast

"Obviously dominates the headlines is the controversy. As rennes overseas would say There was also a trip man who ran a really nice race in the united nations in flattered domestic spending even more seconds domestic spending in manhattan when wire-to-wire in the united nations pretty good ride by lobby impromptu. Get him to relax. We'll run off a doctor host when the is cup is as well in a decent performance with the bulk of the rest of the action. Last week is at saratoga All may big performances really was like a vintage saratoga opening week. We just at big horse after big horse and not just in the greatest states there were some allowance races of needing winners. Billy just impressed in kind of ran off the screen a little bit you know. In as far as action. We had the repeat of the one two from the justice game in the diana charlie appleby and godolphin coming in without biegel and some romance is honestly really kind of remarkable The way that the race was was was so similarly ran. The only difference. This time was victim on the outside of summer. Romance of coming up the rail last time in the just a game But you know we had a wit who is completely dominant in the sanford. I thought that was a really impressive performance. The horse that i you know i was trying to beat at a short price. Rinaldi forbid nap will be jimmy bond. Get a stakes winner. there will express train of the san diego..

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"oneill" Discussed on TDN Podcast

TDN Podcast

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"oneill" Discussed on TDN Podcast

"And when i i watch the race live i was saying myself first of all thank you. Everyone is okay Secondly wait cra- really lead. You know how rights early drift drift and drift drift and and he had to known that he was directly inside as he was knowing down the middle racetrack from the seven. Six at the five. And that's that's a little bit of intimidation riding in i understand Not only intimidation writing but also back. That probably didn't wanna you know break. Charlie's momentum because he he was picking off you know Horses than moving down the lane berry very good pace that being said somebody else said to me. Who's in the jockey colony. Said you know one of the problems. That paco lopez has is that he likes to do this. Little nifty move. Where horses coming in on him. He really tries to china where he can pull the horse and not lose any momentum. Somebody continue to try to pass them on the outside and that was allegedly. That's one of the reasons why ortiz smack them on national television because he does a lot. He clips worsens heels because he tries to sign. You know the the the the the spot to get to. The outskirts of heat isn't loosening. Manson so i think it was a combination of those things that ended up making. You know the horse go down Or or almost at least lose momentum and not finish the race thankfully palko didn't get hurt in instance but the bottom line is that i think it was a combination of a lot of factors now. Obviously i'm avoiding the you know the the elephant in the room which is have a whip or not to have a whip and when i'm finding out from talking to people is you have a lot of non writers who say well what is gonna do on a twelve hundred pound horse. That's going thirty five miles an hour. Are they really going to control it. And you have other people who have written before who say yet really is is an instrument that helps us or it's an instrument that absolutely is necessitated for us to try to control and try to urge these athletes to the wire. I have still not gotten in my mind consensus as to whether or not you really need to have the whip to control a horse or if it's just something that these writers have had all their lives and it's a crutch for them they're just used to having it. It's almost a critters safety net a security blanket for them because all their lives. They've written with this in their hand and that's just the way that they're used to moving their hands. So i wish i could give you a more definitive answer on it other than the fact that i just don't So that that's where you have to go. I think if you if you're gonna dismiss almost the almost universal agreement among jockeys that this is something they need to control horses either gonna say a their status and they just love living animals or be that they are just used to it and they don't know how to ride any other way either way. I think if you completely change the way a jockey rides and controls a horse overnight. I think you are going to end up with incidents. Like this. And i said i'm not saying that this one hundred percent was caused by that but i just think that you know any even any any mata come of increase in danger to a horse for two to jockey which makes a spill. More likely is unacceptable to me. Bill stir everything. I just disagree. I think optics are certainly important right now but. I don't think that..

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"oneill" Discussed on TDN Podcast

TDN Podcast

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"oneill" Discussed on TDN Podcast

"Because you know as bad as you might wanna say the whips. Look optically you know. It looks even worse. A horse getting squeezed in going down and breaking down the hassle were kim's close to having on saturday. So you know i'm not gonna say the Would have one hundred percent Stop that from happening. And it's hard to ascribe one incident of that specific thing. But i just think it's unnecessary chance that we're taking in a sport that's already very dangerous to give jockeys less control of their mouths would say you guys. Were bill's going to be. But what say guys. I'm not least bit surprised that you brought into the big lie here And you've been you've been on this side you drank the koolade. What's any again my head's going to explode. If i go into this too much. But i will say one thing joe in your in your speech there. You use the word optics and doesn't look good for the game as it who cares about well. Maybe that's a little harsh. But he said it's all about opposites you damn right. It's all about optics old matter here. It's the only thing that matters in this entire your surmount when there is no horse racing and you're working in an amazon warehouse making eleven dollars an hour packing grades because there's no horse race you can look back and say you know the optics of that whip thing. Were really not good. Maybe i should have thought a little bit differently about that. John and i will be dead. It'll be your problem and among the three of us in only the three of us. Joe i mean again leashes. Some creates that there's zero evidence whatsoever. If you look at this rationally and people are not rational you know. Maybe i'm not the most rational guy when it comes to this either. Did this occurred because of the whip whatsoever. I mean you do sooner or later there was going to be a spill and everybody was going to say it had something to do with the whip and there's going to be more spills at mom's or stalls all over the place if he coulda had used the whip to avoid this building wire. There smells horse racing in the first place. So anyways again. But it's ironic that when you touted the big lie year. Use the argument that i flip one hundred and eighty degrees and uses the entire argument. Why there shouldn't be whipping and racing because of the optics. John my my take away from all. That was the image of bills head exploding in and him taking me out in a murder suicide. That was mauvaise. I being up here at their best days owners trainers and most importantly jockeys abou- specifically about the hassle and also about the liberal..

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"oneill" Discussed on TDN Podcast

TDN Podcast

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"oneill" Discussed on TDN Podcast

"Congratulations to the most likeable superstar in nba history to compile with his championship performance. Last night fifty points and the bucks their first title in fifty years. Maybe there is hope after all for us for jets vance to speak in sporting events that i have the weird background here. Because i'm in buffalo. Where i've come to see the red sox by trying to bluejays in buffalo so this is how it all started united just because they're evil. They cancelled by fly. I drive from newark to jfk to get on jet blue. That was four hours late and then the game was rained. Oudjana how is your day a little bit better than that. John green general manager. dj stable. On i am in beautiful saratoga springs up here awaiting the rick violent race which will be going off the afternoon by the time this airs. You'll know that Hopefully we won that race yet john. Ken complained that. I didn't make coinage a rising star with his sixty buyer. We'll see Joe i hold no ill will toward you on whether or not. You're just gonna look embarrassed when the source is in the breeders cup was it was. It was a another firms rising star. I won't have one of the say could have another saddle cloth to start with behind you get back in the studio. That's really with this. Game is all about is just amassing saddle cloths and trophies. It's been money the gdn writing insurance brought you. Keeneland take part in the keeneland november experienced this fall. Entry deadline is monday. August second entering now at november dot planned dot com..

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"oneill" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

Scoops with Danny Mac

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"oneill" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

"You know a culture in baseball riding in in the way it's covered. Where there's this new wave of statistical Information and ways of looking at the game and what players did you know with war munch angles and all those things until I've seen. Lists. On the Internet that you can find stories that say that are about you know who who are the players who might not belong in the hall of fame you're on the bubble or the least impressive. Things and usually bronx on that list and. It's amazing to me because you know I sorta judge you can. You can sort of judge players and whether they belong in the hall of fame to a certain extent on how they impacted the game. I'll give you an example, use a different sport. There's always an argument I mean, who's the greatest hockey player in the history of the game? And often. Wayne Gretzky is is talked about I mean he's the great one. He was greatest player ever. I've always felt Bob your the greatest player ever saw because he changed the way the game was great. That's what brock did. And he got to the cardinals and took off and remember the other thing interesting about Lou Brock was he only played one season of class a ball before he was called to the big leagues. So that had a lot to do with him struggling those first couple preseason. and then finally finding himself in a different situation here in Saint. Louis. But he the way the game was played in the National League. You know when he stole I'll give you another example when who stole and nineteen seventy four. when he stole hundred eighteen basis that was more basis than seventeen of the twenty, four Major League teams through. So you know when I think about Lou. Brock, I mean besides the fact that he had three thousand hits. The fact that he still nine hundred, thirty, eight basis and still holds the national record with a one hundred eighteen steals in one season. He was a unique player that changed the way. The game was played in the National League for the next you know ten fifteen years and I and I. Love, that the end is what he did in the World Series 'cause those teams didn't know how to deal with Lou, brock coming and nights and sixty four the New York Yankees never seen anything like. Our wrap it up with this in Danneal is my guest what what is your lasting impression if you had to Kinda seminar what what in somebody asks you by Lou Brock Wha what's going to and it could be off the field on the field all of it what do you think about when you think of Lou? Brock. Well usually think. Bronco. Broiler And he probably would too. Because you'd want to sell you. That's Okay I always wanted to see him take the field with. No just sort of a personal you know I I have a lot of I have several encounters blue and like I said, they're all good. But one I remember was late in my career at the post dispatch I was working on a story. I went over to the Ballpark village during one of the hall of fame ceremonies. There's an opportunity to catch some of those hall of famers and talk to them. And And they have as you know, you're part of it. They have a little private party beforehand upstairs the restaurant. And I went up and I tried to talk to a couple of them and and they were like, I'm not doing that. Not Right now. but I went went up and I caught Lou before he walked into this private party he said sure come on in. So he takes me inside and we sit down and this is a party with his peers guys. He hasn't seen in years maybe. You know fun time and it's a private time. It's not supposed to be a press conference or anything. But he brought me in sat me down on sat there at the table spend twenty, twenty, five minutes with me until I was done and and and then said, okay, you know thank you very much I mean that's the kind of person he was and there weren't a lot of people that I dealt with and my years of sports writing. that were anything like Brooke US Amazing Hey Dan, thanks so much for your time and your recollections of. The Great Lou Brock in always appreciate your work and your books and all your years at the post-dispatch. Thanks so much. Thank Stan always great to be with you buddy. That Stan. O'Neal.

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"oneill" Discussed on Apocalypse...Now?

Apocalypse...Now?

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"oneill" Discussed on Apocalypse...Now?

"Band magic under probably like a shoe gaze like dream pop like they all have long hair and wear flannel and stare at their feet while they play the hundred what they look like. It's just like a one. It looks like those one piece pajamas that you were as a kid with like the flapper. Your book is yeah. It's basically that but with like a slot for your genitalia to hang out. I mean I had just by showing like tops and bottoms together to make us very uncomfortable to wear every day. It probably is and Maj wearing that under like basically a rubber suits. You just get really really hot. Lava so yeah. Because I don't know of anybody listening to this as worn latex for for you know for practical purposes or for fun purposes or for nefarious purposes. But it's it's sweaty. You have to use a lot of lubrication or powders. I also think of that rubber rubbing against your skin all day from talcum powder baby powder with you a lot of gold bond goal fought stocks would go up. Straight up Medicaid in body powder chafing in this society sweaty shaping bodies Okay the last one that I have made last because we maybe in the midst of one soon pandemic apocalypse. Oh Yeah so what are you wearing right now is a question I mean. That's a good thing I mean. That's we're telling people to go get outfitted for Corona virus in in one of those paper masks you buy or get at. The doctor's office is not going to protect you. Know you need like proper respirator. Forget exactly what the numbers are. There's a three am like. Ps One fifty seven face mask or whatever it is. It's the same thing you use on your honestly when you're sitting fiberglass is what protects you in corona virus. But it would be. It's protecting your face in your mass. Like masks would become thing like we all have to be fitted out with a ventilator and maybe like that's what happens like fashion might not change. But maybe everybody's gotTa have a stylish ventilator to go every single little backpack with like the Like accordion things going up and down. The light up gas masks kid like breathing. Proper breathing apparatus. I would definitely be really important. I think has matt suits gloves gloves gloves or I don't WanNA touch the subway. You don't WanNA touch anything. Yeah you don't want to touch anything and I also feel like if you're the kind of person in an upper class situation like anybody in our top ten percent society. They would become bubble people. Maybe they would even if they don't have any risk of contamination. Maybe they'd be the kind of people that would flee the earth start another colony like and then it's like Oh okay. All the people down on Earth are dying. We're up here living on the Moon. Clogs your question. Yeah fabric or rubber rubber easier to clean because rubber gloves anything that would be made at a latex or you know vinyl anything like that they're easily disposable and their non porous so we probably would see even some uprising more rubber suits and things because fabrics porous. And you know you have somebody cough on you. And then that's like ingrained. Yeah you're fabric they say. Don't touch your eyes nose mouth or ears. Yeah so you would have probably protective headphones. Protective masks protective eyewear protective headphones. That I don't have to talk to anyone. Ever just blast my chemical romance the whole time. Yeah I know full code. Orange just angry angry metal core just the entire time to talk to talk me. I'm trying to survive. I survive through music. I really could get behind a breathing apparatus backpack. I think that'd be bad us. Yeah kind of picture and then like goes rhythmically with air-breathing. But like maybe if you get like the whole Bluetooth package of like the breathing apparatus mask with the backpack in the headphones like it. Coordinates like lights and movement to your music that whatever you plug in. Because I mean honestly like that's one of those things that's like while you need it so why not make it fashion? Well thank you so much for this is fun. We we definitely took the apocalypse and we styled the shit out of it again we did. We have to if you're listening. You better made a list of all the things that you need in case any of these scenarios come to life. Yeah take notes you know. You can one universal thing that you think people could use to survive. Maybe like I duNNo. I was GONNA say jumpsuit but not really no I mean The biggest thing I would say is just with any of these situations is just know the world around you. What's going on and to stay informed and stay up to date on things and just make yourself aware of what's going on in your situation and in your communities and how to prepared to help out in your community in any way see fit to just either work with your community in a time of need such as when apocalypse or how to work in your community to prevent an apocalypse like maybe just being a little bit more part of the world around you could stave off the apocalypse if you dislike. Gave a shit about your own human beings around you and gather stay informed and that is a wonderful way to Ed this conversation. Thank you so.

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"oneill" Discussed on Apocalypse...Now?

Apocalypse...Now?

08:55 min | 2 years ago

"oneill" Discussed on Apocalypse...Now?

"Like now instead of having cars we all have boats and you have to think about like being able to move in the water and be waterproof so feel scuba like scuba culture with totally culture like a lot of bathing suits and scuba culture and like lightweight fabrics things that are easily movable. That are not going to be clingy. Or what about those people that were thins like their mermen and Mermaids do you think would have like Mermaid Mermaid Group summer made tribes? I mean maybe but also like from talking to anybody that's actually swam with one of those prosthetic mermaid things on you have to be like a near Olympia swimmer. So it would be like. Yeah and it's heavy. You don't have the same ability you can't frog kick you. Can doggy paddle any of that stuff? Nomer mates well. Maybe you would but I think that would be like another classiest thing like that Super Thomas Medic athletes would be like we're the MERMAIDS and like the Super Hot like ripped people would probably so I do have flood on here. Yeah waterworld yeah it would be boats and people living like everybody be living on boats or like one thing to think about what that is and I think about this in the summer when you're on water in the summer the sun is reflecting off of the water too. So you've got to protect your skin. You've gotTA protect your eyes. Yes a lot of protective eyewear a lot. You would probably avoid the color black. Because black absorbs sunlight. It'd be a lot of light colors and linen and things that we protect your skin. That would be light but wouldn't bogged down necessarily and girls could wear bikinis. Obviously yeah if anyone can marry Bikini. I personally like personally for me no matter what. Your gender identity is. If you really WanNa wear bikini just wear a Bikini Bikini on where Bikini if it makes anybody happy where swimsuits. I wish I could go topless to beaches. But that's another. I think no you can't even some of them. You New York. If you go to Jacob Rees which is like a queer friendly beach all the way out near the rockaways it's definitely a topless beach and it's like you know it's queer friendly anybody regardless of your gender identity you can be topless female nipples will be as you know quote unquote illegal. As they are. Now in a water world's society I think nipples will be nipples. Yeah I think in terms of your living in such close quarters with people that like okay. Humans are humans and like you know we all have varying scale of sexuality like I'm trying to not single out like our ace folks out here listening but like you know you. Guess what I bring Alexa on. She helps keep me in check. Yeah like I think there would be a certain acceptance more of nudity. Because I mean if you've ever taken like a figure drawing class it's just a naked body. It's all the context that you put it in so if we just have nudity as a whole accepted in this warlord World Society then I don't think of it as being a sexualize thing because like sexuality only matters in the context that you're putting the naked that makes living in a water World Society. I would be worried about pirates which what would pirates where? Oh goodness you just got really excited. I love this. Modern LIKE FUTURISTIC POST APOCALYPTIC PIRATES? I mean it's it's what what can you loot. What are you seeing from the different sits ship so I would think less of like your ship is probably and your. Maybe your ship has like a legion of other ships like that. We have countries like we think of the more is like floating islands ships. I think that's something we could definitely picture in one of these like world building scenarios. So what if they're they're smaller groups so there wouldn't be as many of them but they're highly mobile whatever they can take from other people. I'm seeing like jetskis that are like with like machine. Guns and stuff yeah. I'm seeing jet skis. I'm seeing like you know. Maybe they can at times be a little bit more impractical to show off that. Like hey like we're not here to be fucked with like pirates are always showy with her gold in their hats and their giant feathers. I think we would not adopt those same things but give some flair to what we're doing. Yeah maybe I obviously would be a pirate you would be in this world scenario. I mean they probably like to me. I just picture like really really. High fashionable sportswear. Maybe you know maybe you went to like this amazing like Floating Islands Society. And they're all like it's like the rugby island or whatever and then you guys like some of you look things from there and you're wearing like some people are wearing rugby jerseys but with like cool flashy gold jewellery that they stole from like the gold floating eye on because I mean in the Society of like floating islands and like waterworld. I would think there'd be like a good amount of commerce between all these different countries I also think it's important for pirates to have an animal companion so I would obviously deck out my Chula. Oh my God trixie pirate gear higher. Trixie I don't like when you say pirates now I think if like modern pirates which are just like. They're literally just taking whatever they can get. Yeah so it's just there more gritty but like if we were to bring pirates back in a big way I think we need some swashbuckling aspects of some like you want some some like I just read where okay way to do that without robbing people of their goods. But it's more fun to do that. I know I guess. I don't think I think we'd be opposing forces. In this waterworld society you'd be on like the nude islands whereas I'd be going from place to place me like I'm just going to steal a bunch of shit whereas I am. I'm a costume designer. And I love clothes but like my ideal vision of myself is just like I'm sprinting. Through the field and I've got nothing but like daisies over my nipples and like a leaf over my policies like running through the fields like trauma like a little Elf. Spirit like I am. Meanwhile my Chihuahua is chasing you. I I'm trying to get your the league because it's the last possession that you own right. This movie leased it to other scenarios and earthquake. You need to be mobile mobile mobile and maybe this is when we bring pole vaulting back. Because you're going to really go with the cracks. Yeah just like being able to long form jump. How would you carry pole with you around though collapsible think of it like you know those collapsible like no the collapsible nightsticks? You know what I'm talking. Your Mail your self-defense. Like a one. You literally would telescope out. Maybe it's like a tripod were telescopes out and you can attach to your back. Yeah wear it on your back and just pull it out when you need it. Pulled out and vote over the earth. Is it splits into big. I would just see a big uptick of Meryl's and solomon-like hiking shoes like everybody would dress like they work at Rei in this world to me like everybody just hiking gear mobility would be entirely the thing you got to be able to jump in this world. Yeah everybody would be earthquakes pretty scary. Yeah they are really scary or do you know how to pull. I know. I have jumped off of men's shoulders hardcore punk shows. And that's about as close as I'll ever get is people that are going to survive earthquake or police. People that are really physically fit. And and that's not even saying anything regarding like you know you can be. I'm not saying like everybody's GonNa be lean skinny people like you. Can you can be a look like a fat person and be physically fit in surviving the society but I think everybody would think about mobility. I think society would decrease because you don't know what you're doing you're grabbing your coffee at Gregory's over on Eighth Avenue and then just the world's splits opening you fall to your doubts society would decrease massively. Yeah absolutely Volcanoes volcano ever screw during a volcano. Yeah that's the same deal. Everything erupts like you're gonNA get burned to death and if you're not you need to be able to withstand heat so maybe it would probably be a mixture of like light clothing and protective clothing. So like things like flame proof suit and important Heavy duty boots that are like fireproofing lava proof or very important their masks from the Ash and role that come up that you need is like protective breathing. Apparatus goals hats all stuff like that. I think that would be where we would honestly. Everybody would probably be wearing a flame proof jumpsuit. Because there's no way to be served wedding profusely everybody. It'd be sweaty. It's just GonNa be like flame proof jumpsuits and land like.

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"oneill" Discussed on Apocalypse...Now?

Apocalypse...Now?

09:16 min | 2 years ago

"oneill" Discussed on Apocalypse...Now?

"Kindness punks all pink pretty metal. You know it's it's it's a rebellion but it's a kindness rebellion which I'm I'm interested in. I think it's interesting. I think we can. Yeah there's a way to rebel and be kind and everything but you know also the point to. I'm going to be the foil to you just being the angry. Botany punk also punched in the face. Yeah exactly like I mean kindness. Only get you so far like it's good to be kind to your fellow man but like also you don't have to be kind to your oppressors like that's not something dazzle that acts get ready for. I want my bedazzled my neon green hockey stick with the Ice Skate. Blade at the end in you know like disco ball mirrors on it. I mean we kind of touched on this. Next one but Government falls slash societal structure crumbles a Mad Max fury road. I'm thinking like I will be go on the record here saying I am an anarchist in theory but a socialist in practice so like I am completely into this idea of like total anarchy in this idea of like society falls. I mean that's same kind of touching back on the Zombie apocalypse. Thing like we're going to divide into tribe so everybody's GonNa divide into like your group when you're speaking that like of anarchy. 'cause it's you're dealing with your community. I could kind of get into the Mad Max thing but I'm seeing spikes like shoulder blades. Football shoulder pads and stuff like that. Yeah I'm also kind of partially seeing like mass looting and so maybe like you got the factions of people. That are like okay. I can finally afford that Balenciaga jacket. That have always wanted. Or if you're me that Lime Green Acne Studios Jacket that I've wanted for months but it's fifteen hundred dollars. That's too much and by affordable you mean break a window and grab it yes so you've got the combination of maybe if you are living in a metropolitan area liquid say New York City Union. Combine those ideas like high and low. Maybe that's something that can be played within that time period. Because we're not dealing with you. Don't go to a store and buy things now with all these situations. It's kind of like what can I get but like society falls. You know everything is fair game. Yeah so you're going to see a combination of like a mishmash of styles from people and like what are the psychological implications that happened in that like maybe if you're somebody that goes crazy and like takes revenge on all their people. Maybe you start like wearing like something made out of the teeth of your enemies like a cool idea is intimidate. It's an intimidating fashion choice. Yeah exactly I in this scenario like let's just get intimidating. And like Gujjar ask yourself. Yeah if I'm wearing like a bandolier of teeth of my enemies you know the don't mess with me as I pull out like my glitter covered hammer. Pop your teeth out. Society may fall but I know how to protect myself. Dammit yeah you have to. I guess a lot of it would probably be peacocking to to just like like. Don't mess with me like let me bring in the game and stuff like that comes back to like the idea of you. Know you go back and look at beyond the Thunderdome Max like spikes and leather to protect yourself but also like how Tina Turner's like in chainmail and mostly like move even though it's completely impractical like you'd be able to around the chain mail anyway. I digress like just being able to like have these elements of like protection but also mixing like high and low. Fashion would be something that I would love to feel based on my list. This is a good place to slide in practicality I find a lot of films and comic books and stuff like that women do not have practical outfits anime. They're not practical like my boobs would not. I would not run around in a bustamante if I was trying to survive. No not at all I mean for any of our FEM counterparts. That have to deal with things that like running around and wanting to have that certain Aesthetic of I guess what we would call femininity in general for our guys Gals in Non Binary. Powles like we like. We would have to think practically and that's why I kind of applaud costume designers. Like Michael Kaplan the newest star wars movies because he can design armor for women that look tough but still feminine and be functional. Just always something that like. I always want to see. That's the standpoint I love but then you look at other character designers and costume designers. And it's it's fully about aesthetics practicality and the woman looked. Hey yeah she can look sexy like they can look sexy but there's a way to be sexy and still be practical. One thing ponytails. Bundy'S I do not understand females in these like disaster scenarios or apocalypse scenarios with their hair down. Now I don't understand it either. I know that that's like going back from like the lens of like long hair as being inherently feminine. And be meaning your fertile and things like that but it doesn't make sense and then especially in his ambi- apocalypse if if it's look let's be honest. If Zombie apocalypse comes around. I have a mullet right now. Like a pretty short functional haircut. Yeah but I would shave my head because that's just another thing. Go Fury Road. Yeah because you shave your head because of not somebody who's going to be able to grab your hair look you need to just think intelligently when you're put into those situations like I guess personal aesthetics impersonal picture matters and individuality matters but also just for me like I'm very much like I think of myself as having unique style as it is but like I would have no problem being more of a conformist in that situation because like you don't WanNa stand out you don't WanNa be slowed down. All those things a shorter haircut. You're going to be running around you're GONNA be trying to survive and it's cool. It's like a cooler. It's it's more functional. You can sweat down and not have to worry about your job. I'm just thinking of my hair. Yeah this is not functional apocalypse. Hair very long. You don't you're also GONNA have access. The Dry Shampoo won't or just like. Oh gotta shower or a month. Yeah for a month not being able to wash your hair. Yeah that's why I'm like a big fan of week on my hair's just like yeah and then you start like your hair starts. Getting matted dreadlocks. Yeah it's like an entire other thing like talking about the beauty standards with all the stuff with I have already said in walking dead. They all probably smell really really bad. Definitely everybody thinks everybody's probably super very ripe in these scenarios so going back to my list the Ice Age if we had a second ice age. Okay so I know these are tripping you by the way you're on top of it you're like Oh yeah I know exactly what you need. Yeah well I mean you have to. It's like I do this for a living Joanna entirely like I do this for a living so warmth is going to be a key thing there and like as much as it pains me. I am very staunchly a vegetarian here. Like I'm very against like I don't wear leather unless it's like secondhand vintage or anything like that infers but like leathers furs wools goose. Those goose feather jackets. I see everywhere that are super expensive of the Canada. Goose jackets that are entirely based on animal cruelty. Yeah you would probably see a lot. I mean don't own one. They're they use like we're real wolfer and it's just it's it's horrible and you really should not support them at all. But we're if we're living in an ice age if you're living in an ice age things aren't GonNa be manufactured like that. So yeah you're probably going to wear a lot of ponchos and like heavy Parkas just lots of lots of Lyari. And that's actually the instance where you would probably see. People grow out all of their body hair. Oh yeah beards and a beard and long hair. You know you're talking I that's like we have the opposite. I just got really excited. And I'm just like just like another fucking Jesus looking dude. I thought I left Williamsburg like Oh John's news all over the place. Sign me up just like sad moody boys just like God. No I mean you would probably I would probably have to like kill a wolf and like make my own her. Yeah so in that regard. I'm thinking in like our modern society is like a like as I was saying as a vegetarian. Like I'm a stereotype of just like a vegetarian. Leftist punk like let's be real but in that scenario like you need to do you need to five. We're trying survive. Maybe we would be less detached from the animals in our lives and we would be okay or the tribe thing could happen. In that respect the animals that we use in people that just are gluttons for it and have likes skull hats like that. Yeah and then we would hate those people. Yeah there's probably like the opulence of that thing just like look at how many animals I can wear. Yeah you know because I mean in the scenario like nobody's wearing a sexy fitted Jim Su. There's no girl in like a fur bikini. No fish no because she would die she would literally die like her skin would burn off would also say. I I wear I protection goggles. Yeah that would be really important like it's all about the accessorising in this like hats. Gloves.

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"oneill" Discussed on Apocalypse...Now?

Apocalypse...Now?

10:56 min | 2 years ago

"oneill" Discussed on Apocalypse...Now?

"And you know what you just mentioned with Retro Future but I want to rattle off some scenarios to you and you tell me how someone would dress during this apocalyptic scenario. This is going to be fun. This is like the lightning lightning round of costuming. Alright I one One that I had to go to nuclear apocalypse like nuclear fallout a nuclear fallout. I mean then you're talking about like having to dress for like what's the environment outside is probably isn't safe for your skin so so we're talking like materials like tie or like different kinds of plastics needing to coat your body working with armor breathing apparatus to just make sure that it's a safe for you to breathe outside and you don't burn your lungs out. There's so many people probably making a checklist of things that they now need to stock their bunkers with. Yeah and then. You're also like in terms of like what you're going to have to deal with. The people that have do like are physically deformed from the nuclear fallout. Protect yourself from the news that comes out of their wounds. That or like I'm thinking like maybe you have growths and things and then having to tailor around that that's something we have like a giant hope. Yeah like like how? Are you going to dress elegantly? Cover that or conceal the third arm that has grown out of your chest. Yeah basically or does that need an extra sleep? We don't know go with it. Just throw a little glitter on and go dancing. It's fashion honey from party monster. It's like one of my close friends. Partying month -cluded party Munster You did say plastics. I'm guessing these it'd be recycled plastics. Yeah probably I mean when you're thinking t- topic suiting like when you get a tie jumpsuit from lights. Let's say the hardware store. Those are things like you would probably find a workshop or something like maybe averaging this land you stumble across like an artisan craft workshop. Especially we wear these things when we're constructing things out of fiberglass like to protect your skin that's something you would pick up or like okay. I stumbled across this tarp. And that's what I'm going to use and I'm GONNA fashion my costuming out of tarp. Just whatever you find plastic bags probably wouldn't be the most careful but maybe you know you're using plastic bags like stuffing for installation. Not them all together and make like a bell rope or something. There's multiple uses for braiding it to do some sort of cool maccarone of futuristic. Poncho designed like I can. I can go on for days. Jews ponchos a good name for a band. Check out my new post hardcore band Poncho. Okay all right next. Scenario kind of similar to a nuclear fallout The Zombie Apocalypse. Which I think the biggest thing you need to protect yourself with is the other humans that aren't zombies during his Ambi- apocalypse. Yeah This is where in an ideal situation I would tell you. The Leisure is best. Because it's things that are easily breathable things that can help you move quickly to different situations and honestly you don't WanNa wear anything loose and flowing because you're easy to grab it's true so you WanNa wear things that are tight to your body and you're GonNa be walking for a long time. Yeah so I mean Sports Bras and Gee I if I was in his army apocalypse. It'd be like sports bra pair of jeans and probably cowboy hat. Yeah but do it. All glitter aviators and something tough. What are what I wear. I mean you you have. To polarized sunglasses will protect shoe from the harmful. Uv Rays. Yeah I sell sunglasses fucking Shit. Well I mean you want to just be able to quickly have anything on you so I think essentially in there. Would you definitely need a backpack? Some sort of a pack to keep all of your gear on you but like for me. Good pair of trainers fitness leggings. Like same thing as you sports bra close fitting tank top like attract jacket anything and like hat to protect you from the Sun. Just easy peasy. And he's a question. Yes in the Zombie Apocalypse. You need to protect yourself. Can you accessorize your weapon to make a fashion? Yeah I think you can like that's what I'm saying like you can do. F- Leisure you can do it fun and same thing with your weapon and your backpack like. I don't like I know we all my God walking dead barbed wire on a baseball bat fashion. Yeah it's kind of fun and I mean it also like there's a way for like to be form and function at the same time so I mean you can have this like tight fitting costume or whatever to make sure it's easy for you to move and it's breathable and everything but you know you can have fun with the color. You can have fun with the pattern. You can add barbed wire two things. I mean you're just any of these scenarios just finding whatever works if you can scavenge a soir soir the Accra. Why am I not able to say it? Swab the crystals. Why am I not able to say swore off score off Ski Crystals? What is my problem? Today you're able to mind one of those you could dazzle like a pick axe or an regular acts. I would love to have a bedazzled Axa apocalypse. I want everything to just be highlighter. Yellow just like head to toe full neon. Like I'm thinking like fabulous killjoys sleeveless like red hair basically Gerard way. I won't wear the mask though I know and then I want to be like mirror glitter ball. Hal May end like on a bicycle. Just like biking away from zombies on like a neon yellow bicycle with flames by those shoes with wheels on them. Healy's the healy's yeah just they can help you get downhill from Zombie pretty fast. Yeah I mean any of that stuff of like inline. Yeah that's a danger. Yeah you gotta be careful. You also gotta just like be Agile. Isn't that Giles cat? That's why I kind of like a more into the idea of like if you had a bicycle or rollerblades or something to be able to get around and maneuver around these people. I mean you'd probably if you rollerblade it in the Zombie Apocalypse. You've learned some sick. Like hockey stops pretty do could duck under like giant vehicles and stuff. You could do a whole like hockey themed Zombie. Post-apocalyptic look like a matching cool hockey stick. And like maybe tach and Ice Skate Blade to it and ask. Oh yeah this. One hundred percent that would be my post apocalyptic Zombie look okay. We'RE GOING TO SWITCH GEARS. A little bit a dystopia apocalypse. We're talking nineteen eighty-four equilibrium. The Great Movie Christian. Bale kicks a bunch of ASS. You know it's not your we're not like trying to survive but we're really trying to survive in a society that's dangerous. I mean it's that's aldous. Huxley's brave New World. It's like having two so my yourself and do it like just an existent very neutral color Palette because I feel like it would really depend on the dystopia like there's a bunch of different like is it like dystopia under like technocratic society. Are we talking all Garki? Are we talking about like a totalitarian? I I do break down other one. So let's say it's like I think one thousand nine hundred equilibriums. I'm thinking like blacks. Craze obviously suits. Yeah so you don't pop out you don't stand out in the man doesn't like yeah look at you. I mean I think in that society. We'd have to look at the society. As a whole is like is the fashion mandated by the regime. You're living on like okay. I don't wear colors and things because I don't have access to those materials like my only given this one jumpsuit. Suit Pants like I'm not giving an option so I kind of. I'm only allowed to work with this. But like maybe you figure out your way to rebel against the man like a hidden closet of like just colorful outfits or you take your like gray jumpsuit and you get access to some arts and crafts materials and you just make it your own like you know you do your own embroidery using what like. Maybe you have access to plastic bags and things we can make your own threads and everything and do your own embroidery designs and that's like something maybe you don't get the warehouse but you get to wear it in your bedroom yourself. I wish I could be this all the time. Like I'm fully me right now. So there's there's the one that you present society to protect yourself and then the fun one that you do at home. Yeah I mean as long as there's no cameras constantly filming you while you're at home in this dystopia but there isn't a breakdown. An authoritarian government apocalypse. I'm thinking like hunger games where everybody's like split up into tribes or different classes and stuff like that. Yeah so when we think of like the uppercrust they're going to be able to be as opulent and luxurious as possible. Because I mean we often talk about the correlation of wealth and class in costume design and just in like talking in terms of sociology into studying. Like how class structures are in modern society? Even like when you do that. Far Futuristic thing the most opulent luxurious people are going to show that they have well. Yes like so expensive materials velvets brocades different colored hair silks. Yeah you don't have to really work. You don't need to be practical. Do you know what I mean so like we were talking about the lowest ends of people that are like maybe factory workers are people have to work with their hands. They have to think about practicality. I don't WanNa get stuck in machine gear as well. I'm like manufacturing these goods upper-crust people where the upper crust people can be as Avant Garde and ridiculous wore heels that are like ten inches. Yeah ten inch tall heels. Maybe I've got an entire like shirt made of beetle wing so it's so fragile but I don't have to move around a lot. I get to tell other people what to do so I can just wear whatever something that is Just around the corner don't know I think it's entirely possible. I mean the late stage capitalism and like. Just the unchecked oligarchy. That's going on in this country It's entirely possible because we're seeing. The wage gap divides so much. And I don't that is the most plausible apocalypse to me. And then you then think about what would be if in that situation. What would the rebels wear? Yeah if you think about rebellion because like we're thinking about rebellion and like dressing yourself to like rebel. You know speak your mind and kind of work. These oligarchic forces but also living in a society where under constant surveillance in the way that we are so you need to be like you know you need to blend in as a crowd like what is that gang of the rebellion. Look like yeah. I mean you can go and look at like protesters and Bolivia and South America. And it's probably like literally. That's what I picture like facemask completely trying to make sure you look as genderless as possible and just hide your identity so nobody can trace you but you can still like carry out the acts that you see moving forward and different groups. Have you seen Lady Gaga New Video? Stupid Love I've seen photos. I haven't been on the Internet well this week..

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"oneill" Discussed on Apocalypse...Now?

Apocalypse...Now?

12:32 min | 2 years ago

"oneill" Discussed on Apocalypse...Now?

"Or apartment or with roommates that you don't like or parents that you kinda still live with now. You definitely still live with if you're quarantined with them. Hi I'm here. Oh my God. It's really settling in how you doing out there. What's up what's going on? Why don't you give me a call? I WanNa hear from you and see how you're doing you call nine two zero four seven four six seven six three. Leave me a voicemail tell your quarantines been yes we are still social distancing. The big things that happened this week. We did get our twelve hundred dollars. Stimulus check kind of made on the banks go crazy. In one day everything crashed. I couldn't get into my bank account. My boyfriend had trouble getting into his. You'd think they'd stagger it out a little bit but no they slammed everybody the same day with it and that's just so smart of them isn't it And I think the thing that is the most difficult about right now is There the uncertainty has really started to settle in like. When will this be over? Will we have a summer? Will MY CHEMICAL ROMANCE BE CANCELLED IN SEPTEMBER? That's me that's my question. That's one of my big questions right. Now that's what I'm weighing on. Whether or not twenty twenty. It's going to be like a total wash that gets cancelled which they are saying that they want to push back all concerts to twenty twenty one. Which again uncertainty. What is going on but this episode? We're not going to talk about current virus. In fact I'm going to pull one of the interviews that that I had in the can out from the can and the can is a movie term. I'm not going to get into it because the person that I interview in. This interview is one of my old dear friends and it is her birthday today and it. Also it's nice. We were in the same room when we recorded this interview. And it's nice to hear what it was like to be with people and not be over zoom every television show every news. Show everybody on zoom and I'm so fucking tired of listening to and watching zoom conversations. I'm sure you feel the same right way so I wanted to use this opportunity to play this interview which is really fun. It's it's upbeat. I think it's a great change of pace. We're not GONNA be the the head with any corona virus facts today. We're still uncertain stressed out. So I sit down with Alexa O.`Neil costume designer and we talk about an apocalypse fashion fashion baby. It was really fun. I had to really twist her arm to get her to come in to do this. But I'm glad it's you. She was glad that we did because it was really fun conversation. I think it will be something that you want to listen to. It is especially interesting to listen to it now because we've been quarantined for five weeks and plus you've been dealing with subpar audio. The past few episodes I wanted to make it up to you. I met Alexa. I don't think she remembers this. Does I have video evidence of it. Somewhere what. I was doing word on the street. Content for Geek Adelphia in Philadelphia. I was dressed as a tortoise once and she was dressed as a dollar and she had a little egg whisk thing and then she went to stir external bake. I think she was still in college then when I interviewed her on the street but that was the first interaction that I had with her and then she was costume designing short film. That I made where I played a creature in a basis so she was basically like keeping me warm in a cold basement in Philadelphia in Mount Airy Philadelphia in the winter so that was my first time working with her. She's made costumes for me since she's made dresses for me since she casts tuned me in the film American exorcists. So that's why I look so good in that movie It's mostly due to her and we collaborate a lot of things and I wanted to have her committed talk about apocalypse fashion and just spit ball with her and run scenarios by her. It was really fun because you know it didn't take long to really start painting a picture of how that world looks and how people would dress in whatever scenario that. I gave away. I wanted you to hear this because as a filmmaker you don't really as someone that doesn't make films as a filming Ida this but there's some of that doesn't make films you wouldn't realize how much intricate detailed how much how much research and study goes into things like costuming. If actors just came in with their jeans and t-shirts it wouldn't be an interesting movie would it? That's why people like Alexa are important. And they aren't getting taken care of as much by the government or as unemployment as they should be during this terrible time. The film industry is taking a big hit with this. It's very interesting to see when I watch commercials on like how they shooting this commercial. How are they doing all these commercials? Some of these aren't just be role of people That they've had like some of these more businesses here for you. Cove nineteen commercials. They've been filming them but anyway. This conversation I figured it was appropriate to release it this weekend because today when I'm recording this Friday April seventeenth. It is actually her birthday but it you know the way people celebrate these days. It's a whole weekend so it's her birthday weekend so to say happy. I Alex I feel bad for my aries people that are stuck in quarantine celebrating their birthday. My brother was one. He celebrated his birthday earlier this month. My nephews first. Birthday is also on Saturday today. Happy Birthday a little buddy. I know you don't know what a podcast is. He alone listening to it. But sorry I can't be there Yeah it sucks. But they're gonNA make this summer. I know it they'll go. They'll go ham. Wants this whole thing gets lifted but I will be hanging out via zoom with Alexa later so I figured it'd be fun for to. Have you listened to this conversation? Where where we rattle off some cool scenarios. Alexa really flexes her knowledge in her process. It's really fun. I had a great time recording it. And like I said it's nice to have someone in the same room with you and not talking to them via zoom so happy birthday Alexa. Here's my conversation with costume. Designer Alexa. O.`Neil about apocalypse fashion. Who's the big polygamous families that the Doger's the Doug or the sister wives? I don't know the one that we're the doug are the ones that have like sixteen million kids. Everybody's like an counting. Yeah Yeah exactly. And there's like Ginger With Ajay. And that's that's not you're just like you're just running out of ideas. Maybe dislike. Stop having kids. They're gonNA name them like like pomegranate or something and if everything start J it's like Oh everything is just right everything. Start WITH A J. With them everything starts please. Families Stop naming. I think I do in a name. My kid like Liliana or something like that just to keep it going but yeah. I'm going to be one of those like gender-neutral fuckers. Let's just this. Is My child in there. Just name is is neutral as possible and their name is apple. Maybe not that but like I like stuff. Like juniper and things that's a good one like lavender's a cool name for child I know. What are they going to end up being when they're twenty how much we does your? Do your parents smoke. And it's just like smell my clothes exactly. We're very herbal family here. Shout out to my future partner just so you know you're getting into so Alexa and I are actually very good friends and Alexa has helped me look really good on film. Look really good at award shows in dresses. She is costumed. Mikasa played me. You've done a lot to me. She knows my measurements Z. Yeah it's it's not hard when you have a good canvas. Oh sweet. That's the important thing about like. I guess personal styles so subjective pinball so there there's a big difference between like costing somebody who's playing character because that's a whole psychological element that we're going to get into this with like sociological and psychological elements of costuming. It's kind of like okay. Why do you dress the way you dress like? Where are you from? What like? What working conditions are you dealing with? What's the weather like where you live? What are your favorite colors? You know how much money do you make like? These are all things we have to consider when we're doing costume design and then when it comes to like personal style and then like working with you doing like personal styling impersonal dressing. It's kind of easier because we can just have fun with it because you just tell me stuff that you like and we kind of just know what like works with your body type and we can have fun. I pretty sure like my favorite look. We've for you. Was The the light up dress? Belly GIG GIG awards. I was just fun. It's just a matter of doing like a really simple tailored design but then just having fun by like putting all these. Led's in it and it's like have a like a classic shape Turner. I think that was twenty twelve. I think so too and that was before everybody was putting it like we really. How do we make this dress light up and we found little? Led lights that screw together? Yeah I still have some of them like in my jewelry. I love using them for now. We're having this conversation. I'm like I should make light bulb earings with those big plastic fake light bulbs and just do a whole light up moment. Now there's like a whole bunch of wardrobe with. I think like rope. Lights and fiber optic people are selling online. But I think we did it before. Any of that stuff came out. I mean it is. We're trailblazer more making transient people. When you're listening to this podcast in five years think of finally about how many years ahead we were. You can obviously tell that. Alexis very highly trained in wardrobe and the whole Psychologically and the aspect of making characters come to life so I wanted to bring her in. And we're GONNA to talk about apocalypse fashion because there are things that you need to like. Every movie has like a sort of like look to it in a vibe and when you live through certain scenarios like you said you're you need to have people's backgrounds and mine's why they're doing this and I think in apocalypse situations that you have different ideas as to what people should be wearing during these scenarios. Yeah entirely and I mean. That's all my favorite movies are like that. Like if you've gone back and look at look good not even like good as in great cosmas. I like Mad Max. Fury Road obviously great first one. Yeah yeah great costume design but like I love that movie but like my favorite stuff is like. Let's take a step back and look at Retro Future Pokemon Post Apocalypse. Like if you think about escape from New York with Kurt Russell and like go back. And look at Isaac as characters the Duke. It's just it's ridiculous. It's like marring tank top a cowboy hat and it's just like you know you don't have access to those materials so you're costuming in your clothing on a daily basis just whatever you can find and like that movie takes place in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven so that does movie takes place over twenty years ago and it's just kind of like this interesting dichotomy that you can just take a step back and really like analyze. The future in air quotes like as a view from the past. It's like a slave owner. That yeah like everyone was like shoulder pads have to happen now when twenty nineteen happens now twenty nine thousand dollars in the past. Yeah well I mean that's like all twenty one thousand nine is in the past and I guess in like at that point. Where like Very Japanese. Very Yohji. Yamamoto like comedy. Garzon's and I'm like yeah I want that but that's not what's accessible so now we're just like all genderless. Fuck boys like Dicky's and car hearts like I wish you could see me right now. Listening to this podcast. We'll have pictures of because I have the WANNA rub. Then what's going to give you gonNA put that on some vegetables? Tofu? I'm very excited. Fucking good This episode brought to you by want Alexa. Usually has you know sometimes days sometimes hours but she does have time to research the movies that she's supposed to costume but I am going to and we will go back and we'll talk about like duh functionality..

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Cowboys contract rumors: Amari Cooper has shockingly high demands, Dak Prescott likely to join exclusive club

The Dan Patrick Show

00:29 sec | 3 years ago

Cowboys contract rumors: Amari Cooper has shockingly high demands, Dak Prescott likely to join exclusive club

"Dallas Cowboys are reportedly working towards a contract extension with Dak Prescott that would approach thirty million dollars annually Clarence hill. Junior of the Fort Worth star telegram reported. The update Tuesday noted the Cowboys have made more progress towards a new deal with Prescott than wide receiver more. Cooper whose demands have been shockingly high that in quotation marks hill also noted the Cowboys seem to be nonplussed about making Prescott the highest paid player in franchise history.

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Ellen and Portia Encountered Shark While Paddle Boarding

Ellen on the Go

02:47 min | 3 years ago

Ellen and Portia Encountered Shark While Paddle Boarding

"There are these little tiny baby leopard sharks that are really close to the shore, and you can tell the leopard sharks because they have little skin covered leopard-print and. It's what happens when you cross a shark with a New Jersey housewife what happened. So leopard sharks are dangerous to humans. They eat little fish and things, but but here's a tidbit that I found out when I told someone that we are seeing leopard sharks leopard sharks. Great whites. Yeah. That's why they're there for the great whites. And. They said on the news the other day that this year there are more sharks in the southern California than ever before. Yeah. And there's a scientific reason for that. You see there used to be less? And now, there's more. Last year someone spotted two eight foot great whites out in front of our house. And now they're back and grown, and there are ten foot sharks out near our house. And it's a little scary because Porsche paddle boards every single day out in the ocean. And I keep meaning to tell her about the great white. But apparently great whites won't attack until they're adults as long as they're under twelve feet. That's when they become adults. They're juveniles when their ten feet, but who's out there measuring with the tape measure? Hold on. I don't know. I need to know if you're gonna eat me. You keep biting me. I can't measure you properly. I haven't seen the sharks. But I did. It's amazing living right there on the beach because you see so much wildlife. The other day, I was walking on the beach, and I saw a seal and the so Ashton meal a live on the same beach, and I was walking toward their house. And then there was a little baby seal up on the beach, and it looked hungry. And I was worried about it. And I asked what was wrong, and it it's lips were sealed. So. Anyway, we call the marine wildlife rescue, and some neighbors, we all took turns because are dogs out there, and we were botching it and keeping all the dogs away. And it was trying to throw sand on its back with his little hands. They held little hands and head this door little face little nose and kept looking at me like knew who I was just kept staring at me, and it was talking about working on that seventy show and doing movies with Kristen bell. Now that I think about it that could've been meal Kuna said. It may have been she was tiny like that like meal is anyway, I checked in the morning, and the seal was gone and the cutest thing you want to see a photo. Oh, take one. I wanted to. I knew you'd want to I thought I'd ask anyway. But yeah, should've taken one that would have been a better story to have a photo.

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