22 Burst results for "Oldfield"

"oldfield" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"oldfield" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"And the kind of more feminine ones just get two death and spat out. You say quite simply, there are a lot of people around the prime minister who didn't like the idea of a couple of women you're talking about, Carrie Symonds as was, and now, of course, Carrie Johnson, who used to work as a PR in the conservative operation and also referring to a LEGO Stratton. Yeah, there are a couple of women. A couple of people, excuse me, a lot of people around the prime minister who didn't like the idea of a couple of women having so much influence who still don't, which may explain the leak and you go on to say the fact that she's the only member of the team with the balls to take responsibility for this mess shows how wrong they are, aren't they all ashamed of themselves. So it's the operation around the prime minister that still does this to women in your view. I think so, yeah, I'd say so. I'd say it's the operation. I mean, it is just that culture. It's a very, very, very male culture. We will see what happens today, 24 hours is a long time in politics. It also comes at the same time as the government is asking again for there to be more restrictions and for people to follow that. But thank you very much for your insight Sarah. It's a pleasure, Emma. Sarah vine that she mentioned the press a number ten pressed Ed oldfield who is in that leaked video that was leaked to ITV in that interview and the possibility of him resigning. He has not resigned, and we contacted him for his response, but did not receive one. You have been sending us your responses, though, an anonymous one here, Sarah vine absolutely spot on. Why on earth should allegro Stratton take the flat? But Joe says, do not make a victim out of allegro Stratton. We saw her rehearsing lies. She was prepared to tell on behalf of the government. This woman was once a journalist. She was laughing. For Sarah vines come out and make up excuses for her is an insulting as the video for woman's eye to run with that is worse..

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"oldfield" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"oldfield" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Because actually had bought. I bought a townhouse washington before washington's popular to aid. I remember those perot bar was there. Promos air and actually concourse loon was actually a hardware store lumber yard wash wa wa much further down that was assigned. Iraq's alibi yes. Yes okay the newseum chickens there remember that okay so i wanna towns a block behind. They're just like in the neighborhood and then six months later all those bars taps and lowest will spend a lot of time. They're eight bar to two one right next to a bricks bricks yet. I was thinking about breaks taps. I i lived there for about two years. Eh digging man. I dig it back. That's been washington with different time. It was two blocks away so you. Can you say how the bar bar work in bar bar bar oldfield. So mu backstage down. Oh a moody sound to become account rep. Did you like do you. Like the transition in sales. Yeah i mean it was good So percents engineer. By background technical like an inhouse role. Okay so. I initially went in house a bp for two years. All the people are trackwork. Okay so i was doing the sales technically we we do the giant tenders and then do a multi year contract so you more managing that versus actual like knocking on doors and going on. But i was more than house engineer to because we once we got the contract in place like okay. Now you're the technical guy you help them design all the completions and support you know what technical support so you already plugged in so feared keep keep you keep on with the project. Yeah okay i'm al schwartz. A little bit different because like you know fr jobs offshore big gravel package deepwater stuff or big deal because as much money involved. So you'd always remote them do these data remotes. We watch real time with the customers and all the time to start at two o'clock in the morning you know you d- be up at city west beltway. We had the room up there. Okay inside buy snacks. And we'd order food and we sit there for eight hours of time watching these jobs with different customers. That's good though. I mean at least you're getting kind of you're sitting there. You're watching the same thing you're solving the problem. Yeah meet these people kind of get know them a little bit. Yeah i mean there was a sales aspect because obviously still play golf guys a lot worse. Our surf stuff. I mean if you're if you're bringing snacks to him than yeah that's the sales guy to me. Yeah it was both aspects and during that time the halpern was trying to back creating like a train curriculum. Ohka for sales people. So i went through the training. They did scenarios that cold calls tried. Teach all that stuff and it was just wouldn't think about those it was. Yeah i don't take those. Because like look i understand like a provide people tools to kind of maybe two point in the conversation. But like if you're not yourself. You're not genuine near kind of doing this robotics script like i don't think that's to me. That doesn't that doesn't create any no arrest they were. They were hinting on the right thing though because they were. They had this like curriculum for First time customer to where you're supposed to ask them questions get to know. The root of their issues are there problems with their wells so it was hinting on building a relationship but i don't know if there's an a building relationships direction okay and we're talking about earlier i mean i've been sales i've been operator side. The first step really is to build a relationship some kind so i. let's take a pause there is..

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"oldfield" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"oldfield" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"I wish I could do a drum roll. See, this is where, like If we were in the studio Mark, would you know because with the drum roll, but If all you young folks out there, let me give you a little history about this next matchup here. It's probably one of the it's a rivalry. You may not have seen many of these matchups. Between these two teams. But you can ask any Oakland Raider L A Raider Las Vegas Raiders, Maybe not the Las Vegas Raiders because they don't know as much. But, uh, Pittsburgh Steelers Oakland Raiders LOS Vegas Raiders Raiders. This has been a classic matchup, two of the most well respected teams. In the A F. C. You will not find, uh, teams with the history that the rate is in the Steelers have and I have to go as far as saying that the owners of the Steelers, the owners of the Raiders, Trail Blazers when it came to the advancement of women and advancement of African Americans. These two teams no other teams in the NFL has done more for minorities than the Pittsburgh Steelers and Las Vegas Raiders. And so that's why you know this. This game is going to be, uh, special, a lot of reasons, but let's talk about it. Let's talk about the Big Sunday matchup September 19th Sunday. One o'clock on the East Coast. Start time at Heinz Field and Mr Picks, we would be at the game, of course. And give you the history. Uh, starting with the Pittsburgh Steel is they went up the Buffalo. No one expected them to beat the buffalo bills. They beat them. 23 16, just like last year. It seems like this team started out slow and first half and finished strong in the second half. Go to Monday night. Uh, first time in Allegiance stadium. First time people were allowed in that beautiful stadium there, which I can't wait to go to Um, Monday night, The Las Vegas Raiders was on center stage got the attention of everybody. They beat the Baltimore Ravens and over time But 33 27 Now these two storied franchises, meet up because this this this is the immaculate reception. They are what Seven. Maybe. Thank you. Thank you. Hey, eh, For all you Raiders fairs that is flying into Pittsburgh International. Please stop by and get you a picture. What? Mr Franco, and he's down there getting you the immaculate reception. I lost that shoe. He saw you what he did to you, so get you a pitch they got. They got that same picture of Franco Harris in Oakland, and he's dropping the ball. The ball actually touched the ground. Oh, so so you come through the always Raiders got a different perspective. That That ball hit the ground, man. If you watch if you can just go watch some of the stories on on NFL films Google that go to YouTube. It is man that game right there. It's crazy. Hey, if if you are anything, any type of Raiders friend or pitch birds still affair with these two teams outside of Pittsburgh in Dallas, with these two teams match up people flat from across the country all over the world because this matchup it's like a reveal Here. They won't man. Look here. The Raiders will always and I guarantee you conversations. In the stadium come Sunday will be that was not a kid. Do you think we're gonna see Frank Oldfield? Franco probably shoot what is at home? He can't show up. But Franco shows on Federated. The black crowd that's going to be there is going to boot. They do not work. That's like seeing a ghost. In fact, usually hey, you do know you gotta go here. But let's get to this game here times it would To it. What do we 30 40 years later? Almost. But, uh, big time game here big time game for both teams because they both in the FC. They're not in the same division but then the same conference. And wins matter Both of my undefeated Um, I'll tell you what, and I looked at the game. You know, from a perspective and I'm going to make a sensible pick here because I just think the Pittsburgh still is defense. You know how they shut down Josh Allen. Who is the much better quarterback Derek Carr. And I think people would agree with me but Derek carpet of 435 yards last week so that Pittsburgh defense is going to be busy, huh? I got the Steelers winning this game, and I think it's going to be kind of close. Well right now. I mean, j. I mean, uh, Vegas Gap Pittsburgh to win by six points with the over and under at 47. I'm gonna I'm gonna go with you. I Pittsburgh. I'm gonna ride with pitching, but not just because of my team. I'm gonna rock with the pitch. Birds still is made to cover this, but I don't believe this is going to be a high scoring game like everybody thought so, either, or, Yeah, um Raiders was last week. This is not going to be those type of numbers. It's not going to even be closed. I don't even think the Raiders. Really going to show up personally, I don't think the rate is going to show up, you know? Look, I mean, they're going to the defense is going to shut them down is going to be a lot of interceptions throw by car. And I'm like, Look, I mean, I wouldn't go that far because I got to say the game. The rate the rate is probably I don't even want to say and I think Raider fans would agree with me. You don't want to say that was Monday night was the best game that you've played in a while. It actually is, though, but I mean, this season is still young..

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"oldfield" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"oldfield" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Aircraft present. How about Marshall in the man called X Produced and directed by Jack Johnstone. The man called X. He is the man who crosses the ocean as readily as you and I across town. He is the man who travels today as you and I will travel tomorrow he is the man who fights today is war in his unique fashion so that tomorrow's peace will make the world a neighborhood for all of us. He is the man called X Tonight, Mr X takes us to India land of jeweled maharajas and beautiful princesses. But as the story opens, Mr X is not yet within earshot of softly tinkling Temple bells. For the moment he's traveling down New York's Great White Way and the lady Sharing the cab with him is not an Indian princess. But Miss Nancy Bennington. Is to arrive on time for the opening of a new musical comedy. Driver. I want you to give us of the government towers corner of 45th Street. Okay, can that's miles away from the theater? What are you up to, Donny? I'm trying to kill two birds with one stone to get rid of this Barney Oldfield. And to deliver a letter Leather Are you by any chance working for the post Office department?.

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"oldfield" Discussed on Esports Network Podcast

Esports Network Podcast

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"oldfield" Discussed on Esports Network Podcast

"And I think that really represents yourself with them within our gameplay. No, for sure. That cohesiveness shine through this past season. You guys placing top three in at least four of the 5 majors. Like I said earlier, you won the second major outside of playoffs. I mean, really, even including plastic top two is nothing to sneer at. Would you rank this a successful season or at least a season to where you mentioned earlier you could kind of build a positive kind of atmosphere around even more positive than you had already had before. Yeah, so I definitely think we've massively exceeded our expectations for the season. You know, if we're looking about, I think we'll look back on it with immense pride. You know, we secured a second seat at champs. And then we normally that we went on to play second that champ. So we lived up to that seed that the weird secured over the regular season. I think obviously we climbed the championship. And we didn't actually place outside the top three from stage two, two champs. We were and I think that's the most that's one of the hardest things in cod, especially with the level of teams now the talent level and the level of competition. I think consistency is a huge hurdle that you have to try and cross. And I think the level of consistency we've showed, we've shown that we are deserving about top two placement ultimately. I actually think we could have probably done better than we actually did, because the monitoring which we were eliminated from the last few majors and champs, I think, you know, stage three, we lost a game 5 series to phase. Stage four, we were reverse swept by Dallas in the elimination finals. Stage 5, obviously everyone's familiar with the heartbreaking fournel reverse sweep. Against Minnesota rocker, which was heartbreaking wrenched our souls from our bodies for that evening and then the resilience that we showed to bounce back for champs and make this incredible run still all the way to the final one. We were in a position to win in the final. You know, there were a few maps that were just completely down to the wire, the couple kills or the famous 0.1 second diffuse. If they went our way, that series could have been 5 two to us instead of what you saw, which was, you know, phase, triumphing, 5 three, but, you know, I have no qualms with the result, obviously, we look back and we'll be disappointed a little bit. We couldn't take our opportunities, but phase were the best team across the entire game. There's no question about that. They dominated from start to finish, obviously they had their little blip of stage 5 major apart from that they were in every finals. And the only one they lost was to ask at stage two, right? When we were kind of the team that came out of nowhere and there was 0.7% of people all like about 7 people outside thousands thought that we didn't even win when the rackets or win the tournament. So that was a crazy run on big for our confidence, obviously, and we managed to carry that into the rest of the season. No, just that was there for that blip and major 5. That was more than a blip. I cried when insane. I gotta ask, you know, like you mentioned the tough losses. I mean, after you guys kind of go through a tough laws, I mean, what do you tell the players?.

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"oldfield" Discussed on Esports Network Podcast

Esports Network Podcast

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"oldfield" Discussed on Esports Network Podcast

"Welcome into the eSports network podcast. We talk about everything and anything eSports related. I'm your host Kevin Correa. Of course, we've been delving this past little few months or so talking about the Call of Duty league and here joining us is one of the assistant coaches, one of the analysts for the team. He's a really big player in that scene. And I was walking in Ryan oldfield, AKA flux. So my right hand today. I'm well, I'm doing well. Thank you for having me. How are you doing? I'm doing it all right, man. I got to ask, is do you prefer flux? Do you prefer Ryan? I know a lot of cod pros kind of go off and on with it, but what do you prefer? Honestly, call me Ryan, because, you know, I used to compete back in the day, but I haven't gone by flux for a number of years. No, I figured, I fear, like, a lot of pretty much go by their first names. In case you guys don't know Ryan is a former European cod pro himself now, of course, like I said, analyst coach Toronto ultra working with them. In case you guys don't know whose Toronto ultras, that's kind of a wow. Where you met the past few months. But there came in strong in the 21 season, one three out of the place top three and four the 5 majors came in second a chance, easily. The second best team at the conclusion of this 2021 campaign and we have the extreme pleasure of welcoming it. Welcome to one of the primary information seekers on the team. So Ryan again, Austin have you on. I gotta ask. So your former cod pro last year kind of this season is getting started. And what led to you kind of joining the Toronto ultra staff in like mid 2020 I wanna say?.

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"oldfield" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

WGBB Sports Talk New York

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"oldfield" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

"Thing oldfield the big red machine. Yeah nobody enlisted change done. Nobody will ever hold that off now. Week strike playoff games. great place. we'll yeah and that was just really really something. Then we had what Ten pitchers own the team. That won ten more. I think something weird statistic with guys in the games. They all great everybody. Then you had bench peres. Morgan concepcion Who played third Dennis no he feed played third. Okay yeah. he came out of the outfield. All right tony was a first rate going to second and concepcion. Sure get foster hitting fifty. Something home runs. Yeah three hundred that year and that's the big fat legged slow run and ken griffey griffey senior. That now you won. You won the rookie of the year kicked off a balcony up in canada. Let him land on his head so he could play baseball. Yeah the kid was right about here. Griffey again feel about all about in canada. I'll ask him. He's been on the show before but i didn't know about that. Okay i think we were on a road trip and reading pennsylvania and his wife verdict calls. Kenny slip through the bars is in the balcony guy. That's cerebral hurry to superman. Yeah oh walking. Nothing hurts the kid now. You were call rookie of the year. That's the first time it was a co rookie of the year. Would push mask. Butch metzger in san diego. They're closer and you must have been happy when in rookie of the year. And you'd beat seaver the members shutout the mets. I think now you lost to see very nothing against the mets at shea Your record fell to three and seven with a five one nine. Era seaver. Meanwhile we remember. He was in a conscious contract dispute with them. Donald grant they used to call shea stadium. Grants to master that. Because nobody showed up so tom. Seaver requests a trade. And then june fifteenth nineteen seventy seven. That was the midnight massacre. Tell us about that. What happened with you guys over. In cincinnati pat was three days from getting married. Most beautiful girl earth. Yeah uh i. We had aged plans All these gifts were piling up over it peaked and caroline's house and the justice of the peace and then have reception. It takes all my wife had driven her little seventy kharman ghia from houston disabled convertible to with blue. Yeah i remember those yeah. She had liver teaching friends. Drove up the cincinnati What's sharon and her back. Houston and then. We're supposed to get married three days later. Though the justice and peace. And just you know live and all about the seven at night. Also announcements up on the left field scoreboard soup today. Doug mowed down at me. I looked back and we started looking at young got tray. I wait a minute you try to. Yeah and all the stuff started happening so when the game was over I walked out and share. Looked at me and she said did you. You try yeah. Yeah so. if you'll still have me. I've gotta go new york in the morning with press conference. I'll come back and we'll get married wherever.

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"oldfield" Discussed on That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

06:42 min | 1 year ago

"oldfield" Discussed on That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

"Much else going through the sapien mundy root always and you smell that smell and it was quite devastating. What was going on. And so that was how the song through appeared out of my mouth and then as structure the lyrics around a little bit more content jar more depth like metaphorical young so the new album is already is an outer ready off. Would it be released win will be released released in an anti to where it was released in the nineties. You could wars and you can see it on the shell. I mean you could cutting back. Apparently it's everywhere so it's been released on all the and and some of the stations and do you have a favorite favorite track that you know. And then i when i'm performing i call them teaches pates but my favorite check. I think i think the favorite on the album is possibly the movement is the title track salt and says phone. Call big feeling left at some. It's a lot some when things get a little bit back to normal. I going to be performing at all Performing live just did. I did a 'cause i got released and i was like i do not care if four people come to the gig and need to. I need to move. I need to move the side. Got a band we rehearsed and we've done about seventeen eighteen. Now maybe fifteen shows by fifteen shows. We did capetown a little bit in the in like perry in iran and then we went to johannesburg and we did radium and hell's kitchen job and a private Not be specials. Allison well he's josh. I've started i'm carrying on. You need to get out there again. The lost time. I saw a live. Music was on the fourteenth of not the nineteenth of february twenty twenty was the last time music got to get back out there and check it out. Turks meat not to perform tralee dies. Add my last lead up all the time so really. It's like nasa's free for me in terms of the actualization of material writing and just like mac. Never just write some somebody else. A- they change and they grow so much in. It's such a lab anything to do these to perform in certain to say the words that have been so long writing the book about not amine. It's our i want to tell stories. Did you do any online orlando ritual performances during lockdown. Like a few other artists tried to do swen. But it's so boring and it's it's like the full what he's standing that you might. I do when i'm when i finished. Song writes filler songs. Compete than recorded. then i'll put the phone day and record myself. Doing it felt executive same as that. So it's it's okay to do. And i mean nasty robin wall street. Beautiful thing now is doing one of these albums every week. Performs the whole album now that's divine because that's catalogs. That's lack any scott sixteen albums high. Nearly sir he's doing that performing all the tracks on his album. Which i think is a lovely idea but how the whole streaming thing. It's not so fun. I don't know about you guys nice to watch. And so yeah. So that's that's the loss. Show that so live on the nineteenth of figari. Twenty twenty was job moment You've seen him before middle innocent navon unless it's wonderful to watch live and then a couple and then he was doing quite a bit online during lockdown and he's even doing some charity gigs and stuff on facebook and stuff like that and we did. We watched a few end. Yeah i mean it's okay but it's absolutely not say experience as being in the club and his presence. Yes not engage. You can get up and you can talk to a major disappears. You know sir. It's not that there's nothing like woman's to be last performance you know did perform for my street a segment soundsystem app on the side of my house and then down the road so limbaugh slain got me playing time singing to them randomly asking them if they had alcohol for me but actually said that the dome has actually now been solden is will be no longer live constantly. I hope they find a new venue for us to have a c. Live shows international local artists. To have fun with you know it's really quite said it to be interesting to see how volve 'cause i'm absolute optimist with everything i think everything is providence up that's providence. Once i've got an issue being the more let's providence. But it's like a things willie all and different things will come out of it and and art. I think god. I really hope so because autism quite cockaded so much stuff out there. That's just like banal and an empathy so much amazing staff out the euro as well done. It's just. I wish. I hope people would pay more attention to the words they say and not. I mean this will make people inspired collection. Say to just look a little respectfully at they earn ought. It's it's all about conscious communication in you know that's what it is. Just one question you mentioned about the streaming platforms. I'm still that guy that loves buying the cd's buying books buying the dvd's buying the music having thing in hand what is your thoughts on the streaming platforms in the way. Music is consumed today.

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"oldfield" Discussed on That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"oldfield" Discussed on That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

"No welcome to the show. I bet you being together for million years beta will be together for a million more shalala dory from i know that. But where's trump looking at teddy. You gotta guess gotta guess club sitcom jason bateman sister Family times not michael keaton. They were the keaton family. I don't tackle jay jay fox they were the keaton's alex keaton wasn't it is indeed put a trip back into sitcom loving eighties. Goddamn i used to love it because they used to be a different sitcom every not of the week on. Abc english channels and the one notch was. Who's the boss one not as fan. Utah's was so great now. Suppose we've lost that in the annuls of time. Do whatever you want. I mean. I can go to watch all the seinfeld. Threaten our swore something the other day that said even though you can watch anything now i can just click netflix. You can choose a form. It still takes us longer to find something net flicks then going to video shop walking around not having your first choice finding second choice buying some snacks checking it out coming back home and you still wouldn't have found something on it too much. I can attest and the wisdom. Like right now i have metrics amazon and shrimp. And you just i literally between the three can take summit so much longer to not fund something to watch knowing. It's every night not funding and we ended up watching friends was on fault the cadet youtube awards the music to exactly comfort comfort binging. So sorry i have it. I've got an eighty story at age related memory. Oh so you are very know. I don't know if it's a memory with you know it's wistful. I'm sad i'm sad. I was at sun city last week. oh before we get into that Obviously a different version of the show today dorian barrett a few weeks ago spoke to wendy oldfield. Yeah we did good grief A a sort of first lady of pop and rock music in south africa Getting her big break in the eighties and still producing music to this day and Through the second half of the show from about half pasta dish on woods you can portion of that interview and then we'll post up. The full interview will platte at five the softening onto the central and Just search for that eighty show is a anyway. And you'll find that interview was a really. It's a really great to tell you. I really enjoy doing it. I mean you know like how much enjoyed intervene the altar nowadays and i mean it s oppose. It doesn't really compete for me but it was still ready ready great interview. She was so lovely. Shout down to earth as yours fanny. Funny as well like you know. It's really cool. Yeah yeah just chilled relaxed. No isn't grace's just brilliant. Really cool to listen to you sir. That'll come up from about half post so let me go into my eighty sadness I was at city For a few days and Listen sun city is like this. Hof court tahmasp kids of the eighties. When you say sun city you can only think of queen. We will rock you. Right must have been a fortune to use that song back in the eighties but they head of fortune had but they had had a fortune that had a fortune so sun cities cord in between you've got to the cabanas and the cascades which have not changed outside since the eighties okay. They look different inside. But even the cascade the whole entrance the back everything and those a massive ground so no one expects him to church but they're still very eighties looking the entertainment sent of sun city so way back in the eighties used to go through. And that's where the main casino floor was the arcade was the cinema. Was but i mean the whole. Lots of sun city before valley of waves was the sun city. Super bowl right. okay now. Maybe you're listening to this. You forgot you too young you from another country. The sun city super bowl. What sensiti was. Obviously it was a new poll. Cypher in the eighties was nobody came out protest for a apartheid or just once a lot coming up and sun city was based basically in north west province but then was an independent state that you could do. Things like have concerts with international artists. Go gambling and go watch. Tv shows you could go extravaganza funny because there is one of my very memories from my childhood was what we would actually do the family. We would go through to another resort in the area. We wouldn't stay in sunday. We never stayed subsidy. But what you do so you can stay somewhere in rustenburg and then you drive through too sensitive for the day right and are just remember walking. Positive think i'm sure it was amex. Yes and ferry route posters very route posters on the walls. Terribly what you could go watch in amex and so. When i'm actually became a thing i was like. Oh colin guys this assoc- associates. It's never go skin mex so with triple x. not so much better much better so The at and that was it so sun city was this almost like like listen honestly head and because the pothead government which was so perotti made sure that sun city had vob of sodom. And gomorrah it was lack evil. Yeah like enriched. Wasn't you know it's like family fun just like you know it's beyond this is just to have some fun. We don't always have to be in the stuck in state also like stuck on the side waiting on the couch things while your parents were of gambling in the casino. Because you couldn't plus the line you could go into casino. See to sit on. The couch is on the edge looking wistfully at. He's missed these loud blinking machines that you're not allowed to even going. Yeah i forgot about. The circular catches your. Could you know what you could watch as a kid. You could watch bingo. Maybe they have massive bingo auditorium. Right okay so that was city in the eighties was so great and then you had the super bowl. I mean the sort of people that performed at the super bowl. I mean Queens elton john. David bowie was. They think don't see. David bowie was if he wasn't a i'm going to be very upset. Don warwick yes. She was it at modern talking.

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"oldfield" Discussed on That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"oldfield" Discussed on That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

"But actually said that the dome has actually now been sold then is will be no longer live concerts. They i hope they find a new venue for us to have a live shows international local artists to have fun with you. Know it's really quite said. It will be interesting to see how it will evolve. 'cause i'm the absolute optimist with everything. I think everything's providence. You know it's like that's providence. Once i've got a initially being the more in bed let's providence. Then it's like things will evolve and different things will come out of it and an art. I think quite god. I really hope so because autism like three quite cockaded so much stuff out there. That's just like banal and and this amazing stuff out there as well. It's just. I wish people would pay more attention to the words they say. And you know what i mean. This will make people inspired. I should say to just look a little little respectfully at. They are not well. I mean it's it's all about conscious communication in the end you know that's at absolute what it is just one question you mentioned about the streaming platforms. I'm still that guy that loves buying the cds buying the books by the dvd's by the music having thing in hand what is your thoughts on the streaming platforms in the way. Music is consumed today compared to the eighty s. I believe that like that. Everything has beaten ops attraction cancer elections have opposite the was final. We could have this big thing. I remember when my face was on the front of my first album. Was this big and you could read everything about the office. I mean they had award ceremonies for the vinyl cover such as a thing and young fellows bands so then i have one of the beyond goes. I was mentoring are asked to steal sixteen years old just having an interview laco on so just to see how it would work and ask to what banshee lacked like the names of some of the vans artists and she said i don't really know names. I just know songs. And at first. I thought then what you know. That's also quite cool because you don't have any judgment he yeah you could. Oh you don't send that's that's gilio friends are giving you stuff. What he was you influenced by what was going on. But then it's it's you just like throw you don't and that was proved by my son. He said monje. He's kidneys governor just up and he was about sixteen at the time he said mommy. Have you heard of billy joel. And i say to my yawn. Hopefully he said honesty is satchel. And he's and jerry and it was so great that he didn't know like he just like the song because it was relevant to his heart at that time and south. That's also awesome so everything can be. It's it's always be like that. They'll be some amazing coming out of it in summing. Not and. I think that he's quite cool. That the kids because listened to sacrifice the other day and they all found david bowie and deep purple and pink floyd all by themselves. I had known nothing to do that. And you just chewed nobody. Because i'm usually working so they're not infants and they found it or on their own by just naturally having an ear that would recognize could stuff so i think I think there is her. I like the way you end that. It's very cool. It is cool..

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"oldfield" Discussed on That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"oldfield" Discussed on That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

"You're going to be performing at all Performing live at just did agenda. 'cause i got released and i was like i do not care if four people come to the jake and need to allow or need to move. I need to move this. I've got a band we rehearsed and we've done about seventeen sinti. Now maybe fifteen shows by fifteen shirts we did capetown a little bit in berry dale and around there and then we went to johannesburg and we did radium and hell's kitchen job and a private concert and then we also Tv specials awesome. Well sobe joss. i've started. i'm carrying on you. I need to. I need to get out again. The lost time i saw live music was on the fourteenth of the nineteenth of february. Twenty twenty was the last time on music. Gotta get back out there and check it out. Hurts me not to perform truly dies at my left blood all the time. So it's really. It's like nasa's three for me in terms of the the actualization of material writing. And just like mac never just write some somebody else they change and they grow so much at such a lovely thing to do full these to perform certain to say the words that have been so long writing the book about united mean. It's our i want to tell stories. Did you do any online orlando ritual performances during down like a few other artists tried to do. It's one but it's so boring and it's it's like what he's standing that you might as well. I do when i finished song. Rights like a feeler songs compete than are recorded and put the phone and record myself being. It felt exactly the same as that. So it's it's okay to do an. I'm nazi robin wall street. Beautiful thing now. He's doing wineries albums every week. He performs the whole album. Now that's divine because that's like a catalog. That's like any scott sixteen albums ohio musa. He's doing that forming all the tracks on his album. Which i think is a lovely idea but the whole streaming thing and it's not so fun i don't know about you guys is nice to watch and say yes. That's that's into the loss. Show that love on the nineteenth of figari twenty twenty one job moment if you've seen him perform at all in asylum and it's wonderful to watch live and then a couple named he was doing quite a bit online during lockdown. And he's even doing some charity. Gigs and stuff on facebook and stuff like that and we did. We watched a few end. Yeah i mean it's okay but it's absolutely not say experience as being in the club and his presence. Yes not engage. You can get up and then you can talk to a it disappears. you know. It's not that there's nothing like woman's to beat left performance you know did perform for my street a segma- soundsystem app on the side of my house. And then down. The road of limbaugh slain. Got me playing time singing to them. Randomly asking them if they had alcohol for me.

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"oldfield" Discussed on That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"oldfield" Discussed on That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

"The boat just very very first thing and elemental before us was like. Because i think we've made it. I think i think this is not just. The sun was sitting in the band was on and they will advance on the side watching us because we were the new kids on the block and that was that was quite a moment. Then i'll say all those people are watching us says that when you've felt that did you feel a bit of pressure that you had to perform in a certain way because they were watching or did you just let it flow lippi i could lie and say little flair and let it be tapping of his both end one eye looking at yourself in the and then you forget and they in the next minute you looking at yourself again then so you sort of as soon as he realized how is all just goes on. You realize oh gardening you back again and your body as soon as yourself. They need just then it. All comes back to reality again as soon as the mind checks in. That's new music is when you're in the body it's just flowing yeah. One of my favorite songs of yours is acid. Rain and now with amu- was way before time with global warming. Now ernie sort of happening. Tell us more about that song. How came to be. Obviously you wrote it. Tell us more about it. It's quite interesting because in the eighties. The you had to write songs that were using metaphors. i mean take. Weeping for example was an incredible gotcha number white on seventy stations in south african. It was actually against what was going on in the country. Acid rain was sort of appellate saatchi political song as well as an environmental song. The environment that the angle was the angle but within the structure of the chairs of this country so so it was It was both really rooted in one thousand nine hundred nine and i was very aware of the environment. And i've always been an echo area. And because i was going after mpumalanga so much else going through the sapien mundy root always and you smell that smell and it was quite devastating. What was going on names. That was how the song through appeared out of my mouth and then structure the lyrics around a little bit more content more like metaphorical job so the new album is already is an out already or would it be released. Win will be released released in china where it was released in the nineties. You could and you can see it on a show. What i mean you know. You don't know apparently it's everywhere so it's been released on and and some of the stations and do you have a favorite favorite track that you you know. When i'm performing i call him teaches pates but my favorite check. I think i think the favorite on the album is possibly the movement is the title track salt and users song. Cool big feeling. I love that. It's a lot some when things get a little bit back to normal..

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"oldfield" Discussed on That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"oldfield" Discussed on That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

"And this boy's gonna get the and it was such an anthem at that stage with the army and with from what i've found in the last. She's forty years of people coming to in going. Change my life. Goals friend of mine. Standard six fan. Now she said it was who when she heard it was a whole thing. You know this because you could. You could relate to it and became an neck an anthem in this country. This was a real real crowd to in a showstopper that song so when you live the sweet sweatband go solo to the band break up. Or what was that journey about. Well yeah they the bence now. They didn't split up. They got an another fully. Got two women who front them but the same. You know you yukon. Sometimes if you especially if you've had a success if you haven't had success in something somebody else but because he was successful it was just to try and recreate or do what. It was just too cheeky. What we should've done which is what everybody does. Is you gotta make solo album. The band all does other things. Then you get back together. Again springbok nude goals of data at about ten times. And it's it's the. I think in those days you had to break up but anyway. That's what happened and any of the band still around still performing all dita shoots the best player. He's still performing his his great. John mayer died in a car accident about twelve years ago. The guitarist and the tremendous in the industry. But he hasn't played since since the band split up and what music was inspiring. You guys during the eighties. What were you listening to. What since by jill music is i like david bowie. I'm laughing because so many people say that he was because also he was like not genre specific. You know what i mean like. He kind of everything so he's got a lot of different types of bands. That's what i like to call myself. Genre fluid love that. I actually wasn't listening to much rock music. So in sort of i heard it was an original i was kinda into funk could disco served in off track down the david bowie thing i. I don't know got into discount. It went on fire and all of that sort of stuff. And and then i got the opportunity to join this band an original band that do their own music outside. Okay so at that stage. I wasn't really into the rock thing.

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"oldfield" Discussed on That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"oldfield" Discussed on That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

"Is called one of the goals and i had a v singular released was home which is basically. What's been going on in our heads for the last. What what what is her mean to me is that it is just a concert or is it the air i breathe. Oh united the bricks around me is at what it what is home so it's been very much like as the songs arise and son about being a warrior sung about addiction going to sell about also. It's a friend of mine's partner austin. I sort of writes a song without knowing that this had happened and so that was also quite an interesting thing. It's it's actually. The title track of the album solves the show that we present scored eighty show and we focus on everything find exciting and the pop culture of the ats. Tell us a little bit more about your journey and experiences that you had during that decades of the ats show you know. It's amazing house. I thought more about that time. Now than have really over the last fifty years and school and started setting teaching. And then i've gotten to my first band which was very fortunate for me. Was this waistband. He had already been going for two years country to wikipedia. Join them. They were radio formed band and cooking inside literally like jumped in is the front person and we work real hard for three years we played and played everywhere and we had a massive falling and we benched he moved up to johannesburg and had a big hit single and that was my eighties. Experience was playing in a rock band. For six years touring south africa and having the most incredible time And performing on the most amazing stages alongside brain the feisty and yvonne chaka chaka and johnny clegg and avoid. And i can go on and on and on and on wendy. That's amazing. I'm very jealous out of curiosity. Who was who swayed. Bench front person before you join. Did they leave or did you play someone who i. I replaced a yellow cats. She was the first thing of for this week band and then she left them and it never looking for a new lead singer and mrs oldfield came along. I was nineteen years old. And i joined the band. Had one one audition and three days later tells gigging pig and whistle. So that was it. It was amazing. My leftist win will. You must've been naked lecture. Because i'd never heard of sweatband before you join them. I was thinking lecture but you know we still. We still worked for three years before we had a hit. It wasn't like i just joined the band incessantly in that was successful. I still needed to get some hours under my belt. Yeah let's talk about the big hit. The lead guitarist of the band wrote the song his name was john mayer and he was quite an icon and radio legend before i'd even stepped into the band puttering dickey's guitarist anyway. He wrote the song this boy about himself. And it's quite interesting. If you listen to the lyrics it goes in a privileged society with a privileged. I mean you free. It was all the lyrics are quite indicative of the time and the air that we lived..

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"oldfield" Discussed on That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"oldfield" Discussed on That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

"Lockdown treating you well. I'm just driven my son's comeback from capetown. He's just to in twenty one. So i could get your thank you. I'm interest with my two sons and daughter and our country. My boyfriend has a hostile jurist and spending the night chair and hopefully tomorrow morning beginning to go up swap. Swartberg this snow everywhere. Apparently to be freezing tomorrow can be freezing but we got the mountain and and play with the snows. So that's that's exciting. Wendy tell us about the new album. Tell us what the new music how it came to you. Create some new music. And what's about. I started ryan asserted writing these songs about sort of six years before. The lockdown started.

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"oldfield" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil & Jace Robertson

Unashamed with Phil & Jace Robertson

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"oldfield" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil & Jace Robertson

"Went ahead and disowned by district. Yeah that was bad. Move so i was. I was talking to our mutual friend jersey. Joe who's who picked up the other day and brought over great guy just. They moved here from new jersey back during covert and he was. I was. I was telling the story and kind of like we're talking about today. Must be poor and we didn't have this that and you're talking about coming to your house and you know he said you know how said i've heard tell stories before about his. Don't realize for guy like me. He said we we had stuff we. His parents are divorced. And you know they they would give them things to try to kind of favorite. You know curry favor. He says the we had stuff but he said you don't realize what you guys had. He says you're rich in love and you you did things together and you pull together and he was like i envy your child and it was really interesting to hear him. Say that 'cause 'cause you know he listened to the podcast so he's harder stories but that felt that was a great perspective on thankful for been been humble humble saga says i think even when you negotiate you know in the business world. It's always helped me. Because i thought i'm not going to be intimidated by somebody threat to not do this order like when i used to work with walmart with the duck costco tho- well we've proven you can be joyous with nothing. Yeah so but in the real world they use all this material thing leverage right. And if you're if you're not bent by that but since we weren't like since there's not like it is now we're constantly watching what you don't have on tv kids wise tv and there's commercial we don't have any of that so we didn't know we thought our lives were great and without you guys. Were richie rich. Go to your house. And we didn't think it was great. It was i mean. Mean they have a country club and air conditioning. You know it was nice that always matter that it was like a big big trip it was. It was exciting. It was it was kind of like art thing every year. We look forward to over to spend. Y'all probably wasn't thinking well we're rich and well. They were just were he. Was martin oldfield middle. It's all about perspective us boy. We're living it up here deal. You didn't have to put pushed up out of the way. It was just clear. What was the first thing i said this clear. We swam era as we had to in the summertime. You had to go down about five feet four. You found cool water top partially hot but so much what we talked about you know talking about near death experiences and people in our family you know who've gone on to be with the lord i thought about this verse. We started enrollments fourteen. It says For none of us lives to himself alone and none of us dies to himself. Because all we've been told his family despite our mistakes and being there for each other if we live we live to the lord and if we die without of the lord to whether we live or die we belong to the lord for this reason christ died in return to live so that he might be the lord of both the dead in the living. But i just thought about that verse. 'cause i thought really. What binds us together. And what's may. I think us tight to this day was our focus on the lower. Despite all the difficulties and material possessions and even ones that dab before they should have and ones that have miraculously stayed alive than we expected zachariah and when an used to send us a birthday card the all the nephews every year to have a little five dollar bill or something and that made such a difference because we never had any money and so i mean..

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"oldfield" Discussed on That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"oldfield" Discussed on That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

"John job is like it was a long time ago to any damn. Winning listless dj. If there's a winning out. I'm not going need to know it's not going to be putting the suggestion. That videos are bulls cigarettes. Did you think she knew he was going to be then planned. No listen probably. Probably but i mean listen. You gotta admire who i mean. If you're then john banjo visa you got you got to have a go. You gotta have a good. I mean i'll tell you tell. You reminds me of barrett. It's a barrett move is like we'll use the paper not at the same time not literally each other. We all his toilet paper. I'm gonna go for. It was such a bad move. Right as i got in my the hood spot but at the same time not a fine line between clipper and damn cheek is what i'd say especially when he comes up and just diminishes you like it wasn't even like he played law because he looked aggravated. He doesn't look like he loved this but he's like he wasn't like clipping along at all and he mortified is the word morton defied is the word mortified as a word. Love ourselves. some jon bon. Jovi you can see that video on that. Eighty show essay the facebook page Listen cool stuff coming up we got. We've been doing a couple of interviews Chris the christians We had a chat with them. We've got gary from the christians coming up next week next week. Doreen d rim And then martin kemp We have been into some local slater. We have interviews with cindy ulta and wendy oldfield coming up. And of course is supply. John trading and karen..

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COVID-19 & the Medical Supply Crisis

The FRONTLINE Dispatch

08:00 min | 2 years ago

COVID-19 & the Medical Supply Crisis

"Marzan. Juliette. It's so great to have you on the dispatch. Thanks for being with me. We're glad to be here. Thank you so much. So you know in the piece that you guys wrote for the AP, which is just it's phenomenal and very detailed and seven months of reporting and so much work went into that Juliet I was hoping you could. help us understand a little bit of the process of your reporting. How did you begin and and how did you guys go about this massive subject I need. It really was one step at a time I. Mean it started when Martha we're looking around the country and we were seeing Cova. Spreading across the states and we were seeing reports of nurses, wearing garbage bags, and this advice to make your own mask or where abandon a- and we knew. That doctors and nurses didn't have what they need, but we didn't know why exactly and so we decided. Knowing that China had shut down because of Wuhan obviously manufacturing was shut down as well. We decided to look into import data to see. What's actually coming into the country? Because we knew that the majority of our medical supplies are made overseas and we it was stunning to realize that in March there were only a few shipments of medical grade ninety, five masks when we are seeing this demand, just go through the roof and we are seeing nurses and doctors pleading for protection. And so we really went from there and tried to figure out what the issues were far back they went, and so we really went administration by Administration to see who was waving the flag who was talking about supply chains who was warning about might happen in the case of pandemic, and so it brought back to h one n one but also we reviewed the Bulla after action report. You know we went through and tried to understand you know who was talking about this, and what we found was that supply chains are fragile but everyone knows that their fragile. was information that that people had and in order to fortify them, it just takes a lot and in our story. We spoke with former HHS secretary who said when the snake is not nipping at your ankles your focused on other things. And so for a long time, the US was focused on other things and then all of a sudden we found ourselves in a situation where people are dying and mass and the focus has now been shifted back onto this problem. Right I mean I was. You know how vivid it was. You all started our film was Sandy Oldfield. So you know broken supply chains have real life consequences and You know her story is one that will stick with anyone who watches it Martha talked to me about Sandy and that group of nurses that you guys met. Okay I, will start by saying. If I ever was sick. It would be that central Oldfield, who I would want at my side she sounded like an amazing nurse. Everybody Knew Sandy every lab x Ray the respiratory therapist. She always had a smile for them or a kind word for them. So these nurses in Fresno. Um. We're all exposed to Kobe. Positive. Haitian issue would tell us that she was going to go to work with no fear. That she knew that God was with turn he was going to protect her dozens were exposed. It was hard. Our morale was was pretty low We still weren't getting the PCP. On our on our unit, it was tough to feel safe. I. Even had made a commenter. I said just go to work shit like we have to that. We've already I mean, you don't just not show up you know and we're sick three were hospitalized and Sandra. Oldfield died from coded. She told me the dark is GonNa put me on a ventilator. I said we're going to be right here when you open your eyes. told her I loved her and. Got Was. The last spoke to her. None of them had adequate p. p.. They didn't have a ninety five masks because this patient was symptomatic and the hospital was conserving those and ninety five masks people on a Kobe. Ward. And they were demanding change at the time that they were being exposed on. Very. Scary situation for them very upsetting they you know they they were wondering whether it's really worth it to be a nurse. You know there's doctors or nurses who go into medicine and they wanted to like. Humanitarian Work in war zones, and then there's doctors and nurses who go into medicine and they WANNA provide care in their community and they're not looking for a big risky venture and. And yet KOGO pandemic has put them on the frontlines of some of the most dangerous situations. Medical experts ever have to get into.

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Spittin' Chiclets: Featuring Stanley Cup Champions Alex Killorn and Pat Maroon

Spittin' Chiclets

07:18 min | 2 years ago

Spittin' Chiclets: Featuring Stanley Cup Champions Alex Killorn and Pat Maroon

"About confident free agents Biz while. Tab Maroon is once again an unrestricted free agent after winning back to back cups and I think we should send it over to him for his unique perspective on winning cup. Let's do it tied Maroon folks. Joy. now come on now is just the third guy of the expansion era to go back to back Stanley Cup champions with two different teams. He wanted of course last year at Saint. Louis. And he wanted again on Monday with the Tampa. Bay Lightning. Any certainly appears to be having one hell of a time celebrating down in Tampa congratulations on Stanley Cup number two, and thanks for joining us on spitting chocolates. Patty Maroon. Extra I appreciate it. Thanks Boys Arrived what an intro it's been a crazy couple few days as you can tell through my voice but. I still can't believe it. I it. It's nice to see you shared on first off. I thought there was no chance. You weren't to keep that going for the pod going to take it off, take it off of start. It off right but. You're speaking to your body. I heard you were having a sumo wrestling way offs with Ovechkin in the fucking. What's happened there? Who who had their? known everyone had me and and. I mean it was it was honestly what tonight that was to like. Doing way off with Ob and you know said there. Now of other boys I, mean it was not man like the whole the whole time. So it's good to hang out with those guys and actually have a couple of drinks get their personalities. Just who would ever thought I mean yourself. Acoustic. Saint Louis and to bring a cop to your hometown, and then you're you're not resigned which I trip them the other day I said, what we signed this guy fucking signed for nine hundred Tampa right like Jesus Christ but I digress. But then you go over to Tampa you've new John Cooper fifteen years ago whenever it was like just take me through your thought process on everything that's happened. If you really not even had the time to sit back and think about how special this has been. I mean I've had time but as you guys know the last. Few Days I've been. Pardons grank it. I've been bamboo go myself a couple days. So no I mean I had time. I mean when Kook got the call and he? When he called me, I got the call from it was you know he was like, Hey, what are you thinking about coming to Tampa let me talk to joy on Jimmy. Call Conversation with some other teams in the work but until then I wanted to go to a team that I wanted to win on and. And I thought Tampa. What they went through last year was I thought I can help their locker room I'm not going to help them on the scoresheet every single night but I know I can help them stick out from their teammates they can play a little bigger you know like Kuch can play bigger Tyler Johnson Stammer, Polat they can all play bigger and feel comfortable they have no No someone that can protect them that knew that a group That one at all and and I know I had history with winning Kooks. So was just icing on the cake. So I think he needed is good luck charm to win that cup for. You're too modest about the scoresheet thing because you're picking off sauce in the final game a mid air in the neutral zone. How good that one feel That felt good. How? Those are some Sekhmet Sarah, you look like, Kucherov on every single fucking bad pass that goes around him. He's like he's like the video game. If you just put it in his vicinity, he's going to find a way to get it on a stick in order to make a play. That guy is ridiculous. Kucherov in when he's in warm ups. Going like sixty percent and then that's a game. percent. Sean areas give me a shout out to about my stick. So. I can't complain about that. Now I mean fuck I don't know I black out there they go ahead my hands up in their bitching at the bench is you're telling me to get off and I was. Still made the places like shut up I know how long should be here. This long enough best partners I thought Volkov. It his first game and I was going nuts. Now's like who scored that I go to the pilots Coleman I was like Oh shit maybe I should have changed. Unreal that we've talked to other guys about the day to day aspect of the bubble and obviously you guys one in a great view guys. But how challenging did a gift? Not necessarily you but just the daily day to day grind of every day the same thing over and over again. I'm in it was a grind for sure. Are I think the problem is like? I'm so used to. An old but I'm used to leave an anthony every single year obviously the year before stayed in St Louis but I always used to being away from family. And I know some guys were asking me questions you know what it's like and it's GonNa hit home for you when you're two weeks and then a month and in a bubble that. You're a month and a half man and your family you can't see your kids and. And then when you get into. Yourself closer to the Stanley. Cup or the conference finals here trying to get your family Americans can't come in, but the Canadians can. Kinda sucks, and but we came together as a group during that whole time Toronto. We had Polka Ball. We had We had tennis courts. We had a pool outdoor We had like five restaurants. We had the beam oldfield where you can go over and play Spike Ball. Soccer football play catch. You know there's kind of a bar outside there's a restaurant open there at five o'clock. So we had we had thanks to do and trial. Then when you got the advertisement was kind of. The we call it the prison yard, which it wasn't, but it was a cement concrete where you can tell why guys in Edmonton were struggling probably more than the guys who? got the free ice caps. So I heard. Horton's. Best the. A free double doubles in the front. And So yeah, I mean it was. It was tough at times for sure when you're sitting there grinding your way, but we're fortunate to have a good team. So we never felt like we were out of it and I know you guys touched on a bit like when the teams down three one, three two or you kinda thrown in the towel just to get home like we didn't have that feeling we had a feeling. We're like we were wedding every single game and we're never done in this series resides in Boston down beside besides Dallas and so we always knew we'd find a way so. We're going home mentality attitude we came together. You know obviously. You guys know hotels you you. You have a few drinks, but it's Kind of hanging out and you really don't have anyone Cannellino beside yourself and your body is at your part of the team. So you kind of have to make make ends meet and I thought we did a good job with that.

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Beyonce Drops Black Is King Visual Album

Daily Pop

02:58 min | 2 years ago

Beyonce Drops Black Is King Visual Album

"Beyond just blew our minds once again, her new visual album black is king just came out on Disney plus and everything more. You guys the movie tells the story of a young king in search of his crown take a look. Breathtaking backdrops to powerful performances. Fiance stunning celebration of African. Tradition and beauty has old business shortage of famous faces but it's the Kata kids who really stole the show. That is creepy. Even dedicated the Labor of love to his son Sir and to all the sons and daughters who she calls the keys to the kingdom. And closed it out with a moving performance that you won't forget anytime soon. If the academy does not recognize this I'm making a promise here on air? I will bubble wrap beyond say Her in a damn box and ship purtzer France with were, they will recognize her greatness. Okay because we do not deserve her. was unbelievable the visuals to the costuming to the story all of it came together. It was so impactful and I honestly believe that went beyond say put this out. She honestly was like I'm going to show them because I was snubbed for that. Oscar last year homecoming didn't get the recognition and deserve. So I'm gonNA come back with something bigger something batter and make it more global. This is crazy. This is. Real Yeah Scott. What did you think about it? I've never seen so many different shots. So many different locations I'm GonNa back you up Justin one hundred percent this Oscar worthy. Yes. Coming out on the streaming service but if there's ever a time and a year to give an Oscar for something, it's releasing a streaming on Oldfield's right now big released on streaming services. So this is Time to Sean thought it was ridiculous on this. I would love to get the data from old tattoo on us around the world and the next three months. See How many lyrics? Bodies. That is a good point I mean to be completely honest with both of you unhappy happy. I made the show because I made the mistake of starting to watch it before I had to get ready I literally just kept extending the time and I still have forty five minutes to get through. It just has you hooked I. mean the Color Schemes, the costumes as you said Justin I mean that's just fall of it was just so mind blowing and one thing that I was really surprised by she shows so much of her family and when Jay Rolls Up, I couldn't Jay rolled up when. I can't I need a minute

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Mainframes: The GE 225 and the Birth of BASIC

Command Line Heroes

08:11 min | 3 years ago

Mainframes: The GE 225 and the Birth of BASIC

"Mr Adams finds his new checking account very useful instead of collecting the money. Direct wreck from the Ellendale National Bank. The company does it through its own bank like many other banks it sends its checks to the Federal Reserve Bank for Collection Action. The Federal Reserve Bank is set up to handle thousands of checks from hundreds of banks in a single day in nineteen gene. forty-seven a check winds. Its Way through a bank to get the positive and legions of bank workers are clocking in countless hours to deal with all those checks. The Post War economy was booming but that meant banks were now drowning and paperwork. They were forced to close at two PM just to leave time time for filling out ledgers by hand and they were still falling behind a fast powerful machine was urgently needed to keep up with the pace of business over Bank of America. They had millions of checks to handle each day. Here's William Casio professor at the Kellogg School of Management Cement and northwestern university. Can you imagine the world banking without computers. I mean this is heavy paperwork intensive in the street and particularly the case of Bank of America with all the multiple branches. So there's all this information that they want quickly and To be able to communicate and also due process it So that was really important for for such a large company and I couldn't. They understood that computers was the way of future. So in nineteen fifty fifty be of a contracted Stanford Research Institute to figure out how to automate the handling of all those checks it took Sri five years ears to build a prototype which they called the electronic recording machine accounting or IRMA. The machine had over a million feet of wiring Eight thousand vacuum tubes and weighed about twenty five tons it has the potential to handle fifty thousand transactions a day Bank of America with keen to start producing the IRMA. Right away so they sent out a request for proposal to electrons manufacturers to bid on on the job of course everyone figured the winner would be the Juggernaut of business machines. Miss Snow White herself. Ibm Doc Baker was the VP of electrons division over at GE and he knew his boss quarter didn't want to move into IBM's territory. He new computers were out of bounds when he got wind of Bank of America. RFP Will Baker saw an opening he didn't want to miss he approached Barney. Oldfield the manager of GE's Microwave Laboratory in Palo Alto which was the nearest facility to Sri and he made oldfield a proposition. Here's John Joseph and associate professor of strategy at the University of California Irvine. You know I think here was was somebody who was a very successful aggressive entrepreneur type at GE and was a savvy manager and businessman and saw this as a huge opportunity to grow the division Baker along with Oldfield was able to convince as their boss coordinator that this would be a special purpose process control system not a general purpose computer not something that would upset IBM. Ge was certainly not going into the computer business. The reason I think Coordin- eventually capitulated was that that he put a condition on them going after it and said just this contract. We don't want to enter the business machine market or generally we we want enter specifically this particular bid and you can go after it and so he said go coroner let them go ahead with the RFP feeling confident that they wouldn't win the contract anyway. Let him blow off some creative steam and then old fueled hand-delivered their proposal Rosal to the Bank San Francisco office and waited then much to everyone's surprise IBM pulled Out of the race and even more unexpectedly. GE's proposal rose to the top Bank of America. Awarded them the contract not any of the other technology manufacturers the underdogs got it the underdogs. Ge one the multi million dollar their contract on April Ninth Nineteen fifty-six be of as board of directors accepted GE's proposal Baker signed and a thirty one million dollar contract without running it by his boss Corner. This impossible project was becoming Lille. All Oldfield Oldfield needed now was a place to build the armies and Oh yeah an actual computer

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The Science Of Cricket Fights

A Moment of Science

02:00 min | 3 years ago

The Science Of Cricket Fights

"Let's with the ten gallon hat dine. How about you heard y'all males with big heads are better fighters nails with big heads think they're better fighters true the Chinese? I needed been betting on cricket fight since assume dynasty as far back as eight hundred years ago they claim that bigger headed males were better fighters. It wasn't until recently that scientists put that idea to the test in their experiments they tested may oldfield crickets and competitions where they paired males with similar body mass and size but different heads sizes they found that males with larger heads one more fights than males with smaller heads. Why do they think that happened because? Rose crickets with bigger heads have bigger weapons weapons what kinds of weapons insects mouth parts go maxine and manuals maximally are used for swallowing and manuals for grasping crushing or cutting food the size casualties mouth parts depends on head size they seek out from the front of their head and make great pinscher like weapons for grappling so what's the fighting for males live in small Berle's. I like to think of them as bachelor pads. Only instead of paying rent they have defend off males who may be interested in taking their territory the mail that gets the bachelor pad gets a chance to attract females. He does this by singing. I see always thinking about getting the girls goals. Aren't you dying no. I'm thinking about hats hats. I think I need one of those hats with horns. This moment of science comes from Indiana University with production support from the office of the provost on the web at a moment of science.

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