35 Burst results for "One Stop"
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
Why Was Biden in Ukraine?
"Did you think of our alleged president's staggering around over there in Kyiv? I didn't think he looked really good. Did we ever find out who it was that actually felt out of Air Force One? I know, Joe felt up when he was going up, but there was that video of somebody who literally like tumbled down the stairs. So I was wondering if we ever found out who that was because we don't know that wasn't him, but the other videos I saw him walking around, he doesn't look very mobile, not particularly awe inspiring. No, he does not look good. And I don't think and I don't think the optics were great. I think with what's going on in palestin, Ohio. Winging off to warshaw and Kyiv without first stopping and seeing Americans in trouble. I just think that looks terrible. No, I thought it was an awful. Now, I don't know how long they'd had this trip planned, but they should have figured something out, even if it wasn't, it didn't have to be a long stay, but it should have been some kind of state, especially because they don't have any federal people there. I mean, mayor Pete. So it's just like there was no attention. And I'm not a fan of war, so I'm not really in favor of this war. Over Ukraine, so the idea that we go over there and Biden would tell everyone we are going to defend every inch of NATO, which I don't think Ukraine is not in NATO, which is right. But is NATO even threatened? I mean,
Abraclean Launches Singapores First Recycled Glass Abrasive Plant
"8 a.m. Monday, February 6th, 2023. Abra cleon launches Singapore's first recycled glass abrasive plant. Singapore, February 6th, 2023 ACN newswire minister for sustainability in the environment, miss grace fu, inaugurated aber blast Singapore pause first recycled glass abrasive manufacturing plant in everclean Asia Pacific PT LTD at 46 pioneer sector to Singapore 6 two 8 three 9 6. Present for the launch were germ it sing, chairman abra clan and colonel ret Lake sighing director from el Santiago and Deborah and Asia Pacific private LTD, germ it sing, chairman aber blast, minister grace fu and KS Lau, director abra clan at the launch of aber blas sabre blast is a proprietary and a registered trademark in Singapore. Holds a general waste disposal facility license issued by the national environment agency NEA to receive store, process or treat glass waste. The facility is licensed with a design capacity of 50 tons per day. We are a quote social enterprise squad moving towards building a circular economy gurmit Singh chairman abra cleon quips, quote sustainability is not just a vertical, but also a horizontal layer that cuts across various industries. We are supporting Singapore post circular economy to ensure we recycle the glass and put it to use without harming Gaia earth. We advocate for Singapore past zero waste master plan and believe this move will benefit the country such as contributing to raise recycling glass waste. We can process 40 ten daily approximately 1000 tons a month and 12,000 tons per year. This represents about 16 of glass waste generated in Singapore. By recycling glass in this way, we will save on energy and reduce the carbon footprint. With a zero waste solution we further aspire to lower the landfill burden dot cobalt abraca and Asia Pacific PT LTD incepted in the year 2017, abra clan is a one stop solution company for blasting encoding services. We partner with international brands of protective coatings to meet the standards of industry. The company has considerable experience in blasting and coding, corrosion protection by providing proper surface preparation and utilizing various coatings. Aber blasts represents our first step towards zero waste Bloomingdale PR PT LTD Ganesh somewhat she's 65 97 79 one two 8 6 Ganesh bloom and Jude PR dot com copyright 2023 ACN newswire. All rights reserved. WWW dot ACN newswire dot com.
Dennis Prager Podcasts
Commuters of Light Rail Trains in Denver Are Assaulted
"So I want to bring to your attention, especially I assume that this is known in the Denver area, but the nation should know about this. So let me get the headline up for you. CBS Colorado, it was just anarchy rampage, victim recalls being attacked by more than a dozen teens on light rail train. October 14th, but the report is from today. Let's see, yeah. Actually yesterday. October 14th was a typical Friday afternoon for Zachary chop co. He hopped on the light rail to head back to work after his lunch break. It was just supposed to be a quick thing, you know, just jump on the light rail. It's one stops at chop go of Lakewood. When he boarded the RTV, eastbound W line at the garrison station, he noticed the only other passengers was a group of teens. Listening to music, he did acknowledge them, but out of the blue, they attacked. So that sort of addresses your question, did he provoke them? And in any event, even if he provoked them, it's not defensible, but I was curious. I got on, I got hit in the back of the head and they just started beating me. There's a video of them beating him, by the way. Its linked to this piece on CBS news Denver punching and kicking chop go, the teen screamed profanities. By the way, they were white and he is white. Just so you'll understand better even what happened. The
AP News Radio
To boost Georgia's Warnock, Biden is in ... Massachusetts
"Days before the Georgia runoff election polls close, President Biden is aiming to help incumbent senator Raphael Warnock be challenger Herschel Walker from hundreds of miles away. To help a candidate in the south, the president went north, which seemed to even mix him up earlier in the day. I'm going to Georgia today to help senator Warren not to George. I'm going to help center Washington doing a major fundraiser in Boston. He first stopped at a union phone bank. This is a guy who needs our help. Telling the IBW Republicans are blasting Warnock for voting with him, 98% of the time. And it's true. I wouldn't tell that in the phone. The president's midterm strategy was to back Democrats from afar. Spokeswoman karine Jean Pierre says it helped beat expectations. And that worked. She says the president wanted to do whatever Warnock needed in his campaign asked for the Boston trip. Sagar Meghani, Washington.
Roy Sheinfeld on the Maturation of Lightning
"The maturation of lightning, growing up by going vertical. By Roy scheinfeld. It's almost tautologically true that specialization within a social system increases with sophistication. In fact, increasing specialization could be one way to define social sophistication. Example one our global society is pretty sophisticated. I know how to create products, ace a trivia contest about the wire and find the best shawarma joints in Tel Aviv. But I have no idea how to knit, design and efficient photovoltaic cell, or where to go rock climbing around Maputo. We're all experts at something, learning more and more about less and less. Compare that with hunter gatherer societies, where everyone can basically duke everything. Everyone can weave a basket, catch a fish, light a fire, sing a song, recite the rules of the tribe, make a shelter, et cetera. Though their worlds are complex, their societies are simple. With very little internal differentiation or specialization. Example two. In the early days of the web, companies like CompuServe and AOL were basically one stop online shops. They were ISPs providing basic connectivity, email, social media, IE chat rooms, content in the form of news, weather, and so on, and search, often in the form of an actual curated directory. As the web became more complex, we now engage with multiple companies for each of those functions, including all the writing, editing, commenting, revising, and so on. Even a simple post like this one will involve the services of a few ISPs, a few email providers, a few cloud storage platforms, a few cloud text editors, a few image repositories, and who knows how many background services. And now, it's happening to lightning.
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
How YOU Can See New Film 'My Son Hunter'
"What's the plan now? Breitbart's distributing September 7th for the launch. What's the mechanics? How do people get to see it? The super easy. My son hunter dot com as the one stop shop. That's how you get it. It comes out September the 7th and then beyond that is recommending it to people sharing content about it and trying to make a conversation about it because this is a whole point here, doctor gorka, is that we want to make this we want to be part of the culture. We're not just commenting on the culture. And breitbart is always in a good job relative to other conservative outlets of being in the culture itself. But this is a real big step. And we do want people support. They're going to love this movie. This movie is wildly entertaining. But regardless, you've got to take a bet on this because we need to keep creating this ecosystem of conservative content. So this is going to be the first of many for breitbart. That is the plan. But that is largely in the hands of the audience. If the audience is there and they show up as we highly anticipate they will. Then these things will become faster and more furious the way we put them out. So my son hunter dot com that's all you have to do to go and show support and really entertained.
AP News Radio
Biden visits key swing states as midterm crunch time begins
"President Biden hits the campaign trail Milwaukee was the first stop with President Biden telling the crowd why Labor Day is special to him The fact of the matter is I wouldn't be here without unions Unions electricians iron workers letter cars teamsters laborers bricklayers transit workers plumbers and play feeders still workers And the president told the crowd that the country is at an inflection point I've said many times We're the only country in the world that's come out of every crisis we've ever faced stronger than we went in it No other nation has done that I'm Shelley Adler
The Eric Metaxas Show
Can Anyone Stop Biden's Loan Forgiveness Plans? John Zmirak Weighs In
"So we're talking about two issues. One, of course, is what Biden has done. And again, I just want to say to people folks, this is evil, okay? This is a level of cynicism. It is un American as it gets. This is against the ideas of the founders that we would govern ourselves. This is somebody saying, I want to get reelected. Where can I dump the taxpayers money so that it redounds to my political benefit? That is exactly what Biden is doing. It is absolutely evil, and I am astonished that he could get away with it or might get away with it. Do you know politically, John, about how this works? I mean, can no one stop this? Are there people on the Republican side standing against this? Oh, it's like the product sign. And if you don't approve of blue collar workers paying for people's own door like the elder burn this morning the sun and Jesus, I promise, not the older brother, because Christianity is about compassion. Okay, this kind of idiocy is why you got freedom of Nietzsche. The most important line in the whole of the prodigal son story. Is where the father says to the older brother. My son, you are with me always and everything I have is yours. Everything I have is yours. He does not take away the inheritance from the older brother who earned it and give it to the prodigal son. That doesn't happen. That's not Christianity. That's socialism. That's satanism, but that's what Democrats are saying.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Tyler Bowyer Discusses Turning Point Action’s Rally with Ron DeSantis
"Boyers here who runs turning point action, Tyler, welcome back. Hey Charlie, how are you doing? We're doing great and got a big weekend ahead. Oh, huge weekend. Tell us about it. We have governor Ron DeSantis making his first stop outside of the state of Florida. Here with us at turning point action in Arizona. And so Ron is has been kind enough. We ground him backstage. We're like, hey, we need you in Arizona as soon as this primaries over. Yep. He's like, heck yes, you bet I'll come out and he's coming. And it's going to be one of the largest political events I think in Arizona this year. We already have thousands upon thousands of people we had to move to the largest venue. Theater venue that we could find, which is where we hosted Trump last year for our event, pretty historically. It's huge. It was huge. And that's what really set the tone for the Arizona race last year anyways. And so we're really excited governor desantis is going to be with the great Kerry Lake. The inspirational Blake masters and then we're going to be focusing on all our big W's, which Arizona had a ton of wins, legislatively. Yep. And so Warren Peterson, who is in the state Senate, he's awesome, one of the greatest conservatives is going to be shouting out a lot of those wins for us. And so you want to be there. It's historic. You're not going to want to miss this. It really, it's akin to the Trump rally that we hosted in 2015, I think. Which is a big turning point in Arizona history where we're actually taking back conservative ground
AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
Why AJ Hates Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel
"The more I look at Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake Christ almighty, do I hate them? So Jessica Biel was mocked recently and ridiculed for ignorantly praising the country France on women's rights over American rights and something she put up on Instagram. She posted an image of hiring her husband Justin Timberlake in Paris on her official social media account where she appeared to praise France for having women's rights. You have croissants and women's rights. Damn, take me back. That's what Jessica Biel said. And that post was circulated on Twitter with mockery and ridicule because France, by the way, Jessica and Justin, France has much more restrictive laws on abortion than those of us that those are the laws here in the United States. But these stupid asshole celebrities have no idea. And by the way, you want to go, leave. No one's stopping you. And by the way, abortion is extremely restricted after 14 weeks in France, but in California where I'm sure they live, you can murder a baby up until birth. But you wouldn't know that because, you know, Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake are brainless, talented, talentless
AP News Radio
Biden's mission in Europe: Shore up alliance against Russia
"President Biden is headed to Europe I'm Ben Thomas with details The president is looking to sustain the global alliance that's punishing Russia for its invasion of Ukraine Biden's first stop is the meeting of the group of 7 leading economic powers in the Bavarian Alps of Germany following that he's onto Madrid for a NATO summit Ukraine's president Vladimir zelensky is set to address both by video The trip comes as the four month old war shows no signs of abating and the aftershocks to global food and energy supplies deepen U.S. and European officials note the resulting inflation is posing political headaches for the leaders at home and growing challenge to western resolve Ben Thomas Washington
AP News Radio
"AP sports I'm Bruce Morton English man Matt Fitzpatrick and the country club course in Brookline Massachusetts have a good thing going Fitzpatrick Sunday finished at 6 under PAR-2 74 to win the U.S. open his first major title He prevailed at the U.S. amateur in 2013 on the same course Sunday Fitzpatrick finished a stroke ahead of will zalatoris and Scott scheffler baseball They may have the best record in the majors but even the Yankees can't win them all Toronto rallied from 5 down to defeat The Bronx bombers ten 9 Another action Andres gamines drove in the game winning run as the guardians rallied in the 9th to defeat the Dodgers 5 three Meanwhile on Monday Major League Baseball is imposing a 13 pitcher limit on active rosters This could result in more position players taking the hill and blowouts Auto racing max first stop and picked up his 6th Formula One win of the year and fairly easy fashion on Sunday at the Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal Bruce Morton AP sports
AP News Radio
Perron, Binnington help Blues pound Blackhawks 4-0
"The blues blank the Blackhawks for nothing is Jordan Pennington stopped thirty shots in his second shutout of the season the team played really strongly in the last two periods and you know anytime chances and it's always good to go to get a shuttle to and when for sure so I'll take it Jordan Cairo podle Butch Davis and David Perron scored well Saint Louis dominated the second period Cairo opened the scoring with his twenty first goal of the season Brayden Schenn had two assists for St Louis Brayden Schenn had two assists for Saint Louis Peron added a third period goal to seal the blues fourth straight win Marc Andre Fleury made thirty one stops for Chicago which lost for the fourth time in five games I'm Dave Ferrie
AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
Pamela Anderson 'Won't Be Watching' Hulu's 'Pam & Tommy'
"Are you watching the Hulu series, Pam and Tommy? Based on the famous sex tape. You know, when I got that sex tape, the first guy who wanted to see it was my friend, Kevin, who was gay. We called Kevin and gay Kevin. He's since passed which sucks because he was the best friend in the world. But he wanted to see the sex tape, and I didn't really understand that, but then I thought, well, why wouldn't a gay guy want to see Tommy Lee's big dick? You know, I get it. And by the way, I never got to tape back. But if you watching this, this is a one stop shop for an aggressively sexy and deeply iconic mid 90s scene. But not everybody likes it. It turns out Pamela Anderson doesn't want to see it. And it was made very clear early on that Pam isn't exactly thrilled about Hulu, turning her illegal sex tape into a hit television series. And it sounds like she hasn't changed her mind one day because according to sources who spoke to people that I know, Pam still believe it a lot. Pam still isn't past the trauma of what happened when that sex tape got stolen. A lot of us think it didn't get stolen. A lot of us think that they released it on purpose so they can get famous or more famous. I still believe
AP News Radio
Biden visits collapsed bridge, touts infrastructure law
"A a a a near near near near tragedy tragedy tragedy tragedy in in in in Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh has has has has given given given given president president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden striking striking striking striking evidence evidence evidence evidence to to to to back back back back his his his his trillion trillion trillion trillion dollar dollar dollar dollar infrastructure infrastructure infrastructure infrastructure law law law law the the the the president president president president was was was was already already already already due due due due to to to to help help help help the the the the bill bill bill bill in in in in Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh that that that that hours hours hours hours before before before before he he he he arrived arrived arrived arrived at at at at a a a a four four four four decade decade decade decade old old old old city city city city bridge bridge bridge bridge collapsed collapsed collapsed collapsed after after after after visiting visiting visiting visiting the the the the site site site site the the the the president president president president noted noted noted noted inspections inspections inspections inspections that that that that found found found found it'd it'd it'd it'd been been been been in in in in bad bad bad bad shape shape shape shape like like like like too too too too many many many many other other other other bridges bridges bridges bridges across across across across the the the the country country country country there there there there are are are are forty forty forty forty five five five five thousand thousand thousand thousand bridges bridges bridges bridges in in in in poor poor poor poor condition condition condition condition it's it's it's jazz jazz jazz just just just simply simply simply unacceptable unacceptable unacceptable and and and the the the mind mind mind boggling boggling boggling that that that the the the nation nation nation so so so far far far behind behind behind on on on infrastructure infrastructure infrastructure the the the president president president says says says his his his bill bill bill will will will rebuild rebuild rebuild thousands thousands thousands of of of bridges bridges bridges his his his return return return to to to the the the city city city where where where he he he launched launched launched his his his campaign campaign campaign was was was the the the first first first stop stop stop in in in a a a bid bid bid to to to promote promote promote his his his first first first year's year's year's achievements achievements achievements before before before the the the mid mid mid term term term elections elections elections were were were slim slim slim democratic democratic democratic majorities majorities majorities are are are in in in danger danger danger Sager Sager Sager mag mag mag ani ani ani Washington Washington Washington
AP News Radio
Biden touts infrastructure bill at snowy, rusty bridge in NH
"As he faces sagging poll ratings president Biden has started a national tour aimed at convincing Americans that he's just signed infrastructure bill will help them his first stop was a rusty worldview Hampshire bridge that's been tagged as a priority for repairs since he was vice president one of two hundred fifteen bridges in the state the president says are structurally unsafe what happens the bridge collapses in those of fire another side is gonna take ten miles longer to get to the fire people can die I mean this is real this is real stuff the president says the bills the benefits are not abstract they will address dinner table concerns about C. for roads bridges drinking water high speed internet and
Bloomberg Radio New York
"one stop" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Of your report what do you think is driving that optimism Yeah I think a few things stick out because we are building this one stop shop for financial services products on your mobile device We have businesses that benefit in a low interest rate environment and then other businesses that benefit in a high interest rate environment We also have businesses that benefit from stay at home as well as reopening So we've been able to navigate through the volatile environment of going through those different cycles over the last two years We had a record quarter of revenue which exceeded Q two which was a record in itself That was driven by strong performance across all three of our diverse businesses And so the diversity that we deliver to our consumers translates into more diverse revenue base and there are companies that are missing because they're only in brokerage They're only in lending We're only in a categories that benefited from stay at home Because we are a one stop shop We have that breadth of businesses and three that can offset each other in good times in one area versus the next So continuity and consistency is really important and we're proud of the fact that we delivered not just Q three but we still see strong momentum into Q four and gave guidance for accelerating revenue growth to 49 to 55% year over year Talk to us about the future of crypto on the platform How many more cryptocurrencies do you want to add And can you share what you're considering Yeah we started the year with 5 different coins on the platform We've now expanded to over 30 We'll continue to add selection and we have a very specific criteria of what qualifies to be at NASA on the platform We're also looking at other things beyond the assets that I mentioned in alternative asset classes down the road We want to give mainstream investors the access to investing vehicles that are similar to high net wealth individuals and the building deliver an IPO and IPO prices is quite unique There's an opportunity to do that in other asset classes as well All right so if I CEO Anthony Otto always good to have you here and it's Veterans Day I know you're a veteran so thank you for your service and share in time with us today Thank you I'm with take care All right Some other news we are following Uber is raising its base fares in London by 10% to attract more drivers customers have complained on social media about longer wait times Cancellations and.
AP News Radio
Armistice remembrance seeks return to normalcy amid COVID-19
"Almost this remembrances around the world have returned to some sense of normalcy after the covert nineteen pandemic glossier wiped out ceremonies to mark the end of World War one how are you when I first arrived at my first stop vice president Pamela Harris meets French president Emmanuel mackerel in Paris prior to a moving tribute to how both nations had stood together to force a retreating Germany into surrender on the Bemba eleven at eleven AM nineteen a team Charice had met with more calm after the at least say presidential palace on Wednesday evening with a agreed that countries are ready to work together again the vice president's trip comes as part of a weekslong efforts by Washington to mend relations with Paris I'm Charles the last month
The Charlie Kirk Show
Mainstream Media Ignores Massive Migrant Caravan Heading to US Border
"Right now there is a multi thousand person caravan heading straight for our country, right to the southern border. Between all the mainstream activist networks ABC, NBC CBS CNN MSNBC, zero, mentions on their morning show. This morning that there is a multi thousand person caravan heading for the southern border. Let's go to cut 40 build illusion reporting on how migrants are hiding in cars on trains on their way to San Antonio high cut 40. What you're looking at are Texas state troopers finding 19 illegal immigrants hiding inside of brand new cars that were inside of a train being shipped to the San Antonio area. You can see the troopers looking at those migrants panning up and down Texas DPS pulled 5 other single adult males off of this train arrested them as well. They are all going to jail as well. Again, they are not being handed over to border patrol. And now cut 25, Fox shows how many Texas has deployed the state National Guard as caravans gather in Mexico, heading for Texas, play cut 25. What you're looking at is the Texas National Guard deploying to the area in and around the Del Rio international bridge. Why are they doing this? Because they've seen that migrant caravan that's on the way to the United States as we speak. Texas governor Greg Abbott says he is not going to allow another Del Rio situation to happen like we saw with the Haitians last month. He is pre deploying resources out there as a Shoal force to say if the federal government isn't going to secure that area, the state of Texas will step up. We will fill that void, and they are sending a message to that caravan saying, you will not be allowed to enter Texas. Texas is learning from their lesson of the last lesson I should say are their mistake where they allowed Haitians just to walk right into the state of Texas with almost no one stopping
WCBM 680 AM
"one stop" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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"one stop" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"You've got a one stop shop for what you need to know now at wtmj dot com and the WTMJ Mobile APP setting a limited WTMJ news time 67. They've talked to talk. Now It's time to walk the walk for the Sons and bucks. Brian D. Has the latest from the Valley of the Sun and the rest of the day in sports at 6 15. The family wants justice after they say their daughter was badly injured and left to die by a driver in Sauk County. Wi C. T V s a mannequin. China is more treating. Schomer says his sister, Ashley. Slama was his person, He says the driver of the car she was in and didn't even think about what his actions could do to her or her family when he sped off from a stark county deputy who pulled them over. My sister's life was worthless, but a ticket. The sheriff's office says The deputy didn't chase the car, but later came upon the deadly scene. The driver gone, She didn't need to be alone. They said there alone to lay there alone. The sheriff's officers, citizens calling in We're able to help investigators find the driver and take him into custody. Another passenger was also injured and left at the scene of the crash. The driver has not been identified. I 39 90 north of Janesville Open again this morning after a major crash and semi truck fire Monday, it shut down the interstate for several hours. One driver suffering minor injuries, the makers of a popular snack coming clean Saying about their crackers who cut the cheese Ritz crackers. So says the company revealing in a viral tiktok video that those tiny scalloped edges on its circular crackers are specifically designed to cut cheese. That's news to lovers of the crispy treat have made cheesy comments online expressing shock and disbelief. One comment accuses writs of selling a bunch of baloney Nabisco owned company giving followers something to chew on capturing its tiktok video with the title. The more you know. Derek Dennis ABC News 69, a wtmj quality furniture that lasts the good stuff. And because it's good quality furniture. It won't be the least expensive. But if you compare our caliber of furniture and our prices to the other higher and furniture source throughout greater Milwaukee, you'll find that can Michaels furniture is truly price set of value? It's the kind of furniture.
Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"one stop" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"That if you were in cleveland during that time you would just run into. It was almost like he was the mayor of that town. I got to tell you when you look at pictures of the nineteen forty eight world series reminds me pictures you would see now the kentucky derby the mass of people are involved it. It almost takes your breath away. Well i mean some of these newspapers you have not only sort of. It's eighty six thousand people for game. Five ninety six thousand people in a stadium built for seventy eight thousand and so they put a lot of these people beyond offenses in the field. But you can also find newspaper clippings of people literally under the seats just kind of trying to watch the little slats between a between the between the seats. I mean there's just people hanging on pipes hanging on railings. Just sprawled out on newspapers across the runways. I mean it's it's like every square inch of that stadium was full. Well well you did a great job of the book. I really enjoyed it. Congrats on your success. And i'm looking forward to your next project. thanks muster. it's been an honor. Bleacher tweets already buster bleacher tweets for thursday. I w sean sullivan at four. You kevin sean writes in. Buster has objectively covered baseball for many a year when a team like vandy plays what parts of your fan brain turns on again. Do root against the other team do you think. The trump is blind. Is it easy or a tough switch to To flip on and off. It's completely impossible. I will watch a game as a fan and be rooting for vanderbilt or loot ruining for minnesota vikings but i will watch a game objectively and kind of drives my son crazy taylor will be watching the braves game together and you know i'll be. I'll be in those moments. I'll be rooting for my son. In happy for million or the titans And somebody on the other team will make a nice play and i'll just reflexively go nice catch right and boy does that enraged. He wants me all in on him for his team. Which i i respect that. But i just can't do it like i still kind of look at stuff from thirty thousand feet if that makes sense. Yeah of course know. I understand jake wanted euboea. A blind homer with italy yet it. I totally get it from his perspective. And that's why. I kind of muted to some degree when i sit and watch with him oh the titan but at when he goes into thing the titans like in a playoff game was against the chiefs a couple of years ago and they got absolutely routed and at the end of the game said. Yeah that holding call and the first first quarter changed everything. And i'm just like no dude rushed. That's funny let's go to our guy sway at wellspring seventy again about the brewers writing. And now you guys have to focus on the brewers down seven after the first inning into win with fifteen unanswered runs. We may not be the yankees dodgers or giants but give a small market team. Some love please. I think we did that today all yesterday. And you can back me up on this taylor yesterday. And today we talked about the dodgers and the giants of none today for sure and then yesterday we pretty much talk about those teams the last two days and we talked about the brewers yes. We did at paul's request and because they're playing well too and we go all right. Check the box. Let's go to school of sweat. Bryanston king he writes in. What can we do to change the meaning of the term modern era to reflect from nine hundred seventy two present day that's fifty plus years of comparisons to make even though everything pre two thousand isn't comparable already at least it would be more relevant to today's game. I agree with brian here. But i know this is a baseball thing. Well and it's just a phrasing right that the elias sports bureau puts out in sort of like if you know the mesozoic era the one thing i would say is that if you say modern era maybe to brian's point maybe we should capitalize modern era. If they're going to define it as a one thousand nine hundred forward should that maybe make that in capitals as opposed to a description that makes sense. Yeah for sure that we know for sure. But i mean brian when you're talking on your friends and you're saying modern era. I mean everyone knows. You're talking last twenty thirty years so that's the way it feels. I mean if you use it as that phrase is descriptive phrase. Yeah no question. All right last one for today eric. Sorensen that coach sorenson nine. He writes in a nice picture. Don't you miss bailey and hauling. Hey yesterday it was one hundred ten degrees here in ellensburg washington hottest day ever recorded here. Why not make hay right. Any senate beautiful picture. How did how did it feel did. What did you get chills looking at the that field. Not at one hundred ten degrees. That would run in the other direction. The worst that i can remember having for temperatures was like in the mid nineties on humid days at the top of the barn. Like as you stack up and there's that small pocket of air that was miserable but that was in the mid nineties. One hundred ten. I will say this it was nothing better in the world that you would ever experience than doing that. Work at the top of the barn. You know with those kind of temperatures and then going and getting used to have this Pint jar of cold water. That i put in the fridge at the start of the day. Oh that was the best. Oh boy buster. I'm glad i did not grow up on a farm for many reasons but especially when you.
Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"one stop" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Tell you where they played in the field. He recognized the talent and the skill of these players in the negro leagues and he also recognize a negro lead owners needed to be compensated for finding scouting developing these players. Unlike ricky who kind of thought that the negro leagues was more along the lines of the racket and did not compensate owners at first for the players he signed for them and so he really sort of had a more allusive nature in terms of that. And i mean the the relationship that bill beck form with larry. Doby was extremely tight. If dobie was was at a bad spot beck would take him out to dinner. That go see they jazz bar. They listened to jazz just a show of expression of his support for jobe To know that we can get through this time and it was a bond that lasted throughout their entire life. Tell me what you learned about satchel page. We'll central page for me was kind of along the lines of beck. I knew the the sort of tall tales about him him. Sort of calling the fielders off the field so he could get batters out on his own. The sort of nicknames they had for pitches his His distinctive style. But what. I really learned about central pages. I think he is the greatest entrepreneurial athletes that this country has ever known. He came from the depths of the deep south. During a time of extreme. Jim crow and segregation laws and with insert of a decade of professional baseball. He builds himself up into basically a one man franchise he is belonging to teams like the pitch crawford's and whatnot but he's also leasing out his services to semi pro teams or other teams that that that could use a boost for their bottom line and he's pocketing gate receipts during a time. Whenever you know the new releases were in pretty dire. Financial straits satchel pages making about as much money as a superstar in the major leagues. Back he says at oftentimes when people ask him why he's not in the majors says it's because the major leagues can't pay him enough to be there. I'm on the idea of him. Building himself up into this sort of extremely forward thinking entrepreneurial businessman during that time i think is an incredible feat and one that that athletes from ranging from michael jordan. Lebron james really follow in that. That line so i always have felt like Look when we had the conversation about the greatest pitcher ever You know now would include a clayton kershaw pedro martinez roger. Clemens is sandy. Colfax walter johnson. I always thought satchel patriot being that conversation. Tell me about what you learned about him as a pitcher in doing this. Well there's no doubt about it He had a sort of the he. He had a sort of swiftness to his pitches. That that that was evident from a very early age very similar to to bob sellers swiftness which was also evident from an early age. But what people really sort of ingrained in him during his apprenticeship was command. He could put the ball wherever he wanted to over the plate and so he's not only sort of throwing fast in and hard but he was sort of a a master painting the corners and he always i mean he was very cerebral pitcher as well he would say that he could sort of look at your stance or he could look at the way that you're swinging in the batter's box inserted immediately began to identify where your weaknesses were and throw the ball. Exactly they're One of the things that he used to do while warming up was taking like chewing gum wrapper or a dime and having the catcher. Put it on various parts of the plate and then he just throw pitch overpitched after the over the chewing gum wrapper And so really. It's that sort of control that allows him not only to excel but the longevity that then defines his career yet which is why. Have you know among modern pitchers. I think of Him the closest cop might actually be jacob degrom. Who is you know you watch him pitch and he just owns this three and slid sliver right off the plate and he sort of had that same angle area that That satchel page. Did i learned more than any of the people that you wrote about in your book. Learn more about bob feller Who's you know. He was be around the indians for the rest of his life. After his career ended he would go down and do fantasy camps. But i didn't realize sort of the way that he was regarded within that You know within that organization in the way that he was. Can you just describe. That was fascinating to me. We'll bump filler. Was a sensation from the time that he comes into major league baseball he his is origin story. I think is is unlike any other that that you can imagine in baseball. He comes from a small town in rural iowa. His father senses an extraordinary ability and him from a young age so he clears off a patch of their farmland builds. In what is basically to build a dreams. Feller makes the news at age seventeen in his very first major league start ever. He ties the american league Record for strikeouts four-star slater. He ties the major league record. He is so famous that his high school graduation is broadcast live from coast to coast on radio And fellow really knows how to sort of leverage that story like page he has a very entrepreneurial bent to him He spends sort of a lot of his career. Just kind of leg self mythology In really looking for ways to sort of capitalize on his his spain his fortune through barnstorming tours through radio programs. Through everything like that. What kind of happens in nineteen forty seven and nineteen forty eight is that he stumbles a little bit as a pitcher He gets a little bit injured. His fastball of loses some speed and then once that happens spans kinda start to turn on him. A little bit They they think that he is devoting too much time to his outside interests and not enough time to pitching in so he becomes kind of almost like a villain to a lot of major league baseball at that time. And i think it's something you could see. Nowadays anytime in. Athletes seems to not be playing as well. People say oh he's he's too distracted by endorsements or relationships or whatever It's it's a manifestation of that so earlier this year we were talking with the director of forty two. And i asked him about the the coolest response that he got to that movie and he told us great story about rachel robinson in a sitting in screening for the first time. I'm curious about you as you finish his book and you unveil it. What was a cool response that you got to it. That really stuck with you. I mean i. I've been i've been very heartened by many people seem to have enjoyed it. I was most worried about the response. By bob feller's family. I go into a little bit of depth. About how feller was perhaps a little bit more along the traditionalist side when it came to integration. he Sometimes would say to the press that he didn't believe that there were any black players that were ready to be in the major leagues and his family reached out to be instead of that. They thought that it was one of the better one of the better portraits of their father that they'd seen in that they thought that you had to show all sides of for that So yeah it's it's been really heartening. Tell me about what you've heard from. Cleveland fans especially older fans. I'm sure you've got a lot of response. Oh yeah i mean. I'm i'm really. I'm really excited. Whenever anybody rights to be in says they were at a certain game of the nineteen forty eight world series of their father was up against. I've had so many people send me pictures of the ticket stubs that they've from the nineteen forty eight world series And it seems like a a lot of clevelanders that were alive during nineteen forty eight had some sort of interaction with bill that he was out and about on the town always. He loves her roam through the stadium and chat people up. It seemed that if you were in cleveland during that time you would just run into. It was almost like he was the mayor of that town. I got to tell you when you look at pictures of the nineteen forty.
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"Is the author of our team. The epic story of four men and the world series. That change baseball located dylan. I'm doing great. Thanks thanks for joining me very excited about this. I remember reading about this book as it was about to come out in the spring and i was like that is going to be great. I obviously got great reviews. A great response The men reference in the title there for key members of the cleveland organization. Owner bill beck. That you're bob feller pitcher satchel page and of course larry doby They would win the world series. And we're coming up on the seventy fourth anniversary of dobies debut july fifth Or nine hundred. Forty seven Most casual fans. No dobie is the first african american in american league history How did you feel about. Larry doby at the end of the project. Because you know in you know as you go into it but by the time he got to the end. How did you feel about him. Yeah it's funny. I actually didn't know a lot about larry doby. Whenever i started the book i knew him. As sort of an answer to a trivia question as you said the first black player in the american league the second black layer after jackie robinson in the twentieth century. But other than that he was kind of a mystery to me and This sort of courage and perseverance that he had to have to do what he did. He went straight from the negro leagues to the major leagues with no training and between it was kind of like an overnight journey into the majors that differed very significantly from jackie robinson zone journey. And so it really was a sort of singular experience that he went under and so just assertive See him struggle through it and then have this incredible year in nineteen forty eight. The really helped the indians to the to the world series made me just appreciate his gifts in sort of almost be a little sad that his story hasn't been as well told as as perhaps robinson's. Yeah we we obviously know a lot about jackie robinson. There been so many books written you know the movie. Forty two How did larry doby handle this. Well it was. It was a real shock to his system. He found out that he was going to be signed by the cleveland indians. Only about two days before it happened he played a game for the newark eagles. Which part of the negro national league on july fourth nineteen forty seven took an overnight train to chicago where the indians were playing the white sox and the very next day. he was in a uniform with the cleveland. Indians he later told sportswriter. Wendell smith that during his first several bats in the majors he was so nervous that his teeth chattering He was often segregated from his teammates. Shunted off to separate accommodations He roomed by himself. He was he sort of struggled with loneliness and sort of tremendous Racial abuse as well as a cold shoulder for some of his teammates and so during that first year. Nineteen forty seven. He really struggled. It seemed like he was not major league material but then in nineteen forty. Eight as i mentioned he has this tremendous comeback where he is just sort of constantly spurring the indians whenever they are hitting a rough patch. And he's really the catalyst that help them through that season. Yeah i was thinking about this today. I was getting ready to talk to. You know we talk about jackie robinson Because he was the first african american to play in mlb but they were effectively sixteen. I there were sixteen team. Sixteen sets a players clubhouse cultures fan bases so dobie had the same set of challenges. The jackie robinson did i. You know. I've seen things written in the past about how jackie robinson may have made it easier. For someone's there's nobody was going to make it easier for larry doby with what he dealt with. So how did he turned the corner from that from those initial struggles into the second year and headed. The you know. The the cleveland franchise view him after that first year. Because you know in a part of the reason why branch rickey Chose jackie robinson was because he felt like you know what the. I is a player who has to have immediate success. And as you mentioned. Larry doby didn't yeah. And there was kind of a pattern that if a black layers did not sort of excel right off. The bat is jackie. Robinson sorta did after a slightly patch the beginning they were sent back to either the miners or to the negro leagues altogether Dobie was able to sort a weather. The storm a bit because he had a very supportive owner in bill. Vac who knew the dobie had talent and practiser patients and allowing dobie to find his footing within the league. Dobie found a community of a black clevelanders. At that time he lived with a guy named arthur grant who dobie had served within the navy And that allowed him to sort of form a community that he drew strength from me also drew strength from his wife And then there were several cleveland coaches. That really helped him. Along with bill mckechnie and true speaker. Who who was from texas and And really signed doby a tremendous talent. Dobie not only came back in nineteen forty eight after having kind of a disastrous nineteen forty seven season which he won fifty six. He had been an infielder and the negro leagues. The indians told him after the night. Forty seven season. You need to learn how to do the outfield. He was so inexperienced in the outfield. He was checking out books from the library. And the off season called how to play the outfield. He didn't know how to play it. And he just learns it on the fly while being the sole individual of a black player in the american league during the nineteen forty eight season so not only is he dealing with sort of the challenges that come with being a pioneer. He's learning entirely new position position and he just kind of attacks it with with the tenacity that that he'd shown earlier in his athletic career. What really stood out to you. Is you research bill. Vac why i mean. He's one of the pioneers in baseball. In terms of marketing the sport in terms of trying to make the sport more popular but i. I've always thought of him as being you know. There's going to be the natural comparison to to branch rickey I've always thought bill. Back is being more progressive and thought whereas ricky was more of a pragmatist and a businessman Tell me what you thought you felt about bill beck. Yeah i mean. I'm someone who comes from st louis and so i grew up here in stories about that on the st louis browns. And so i got almost like a carnival. Ization picture of bill deck where he was shooting off fireworks doing sort of outrageous stunts and promotions. And things like this. He was the guy with eddie goodell. Put the plates that sort of thing. Yeah yeah that was more sort of picture that i had and so it was surprising to me when i was doing this research on. Just how progressive that was in terms of Desegregating the american league He grew up in chicago. Which at that time was sort of the nerve center of the negro league and he went to tons of different games both the east west all star game for the negro leagues and the chicago. American giants he new players in negro leagues. So well that one cleveland sports writer said that he not only tell you these players were but he could give you sort of stats about them..
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"This is such a difficult spot for a team to be in and now they're six games behind. That's the division lead in any division baseball here. Entering july was working on something last night about you know division winners. Go on to win. It's about two thirds of the time. If you're in first place entering july that you go onto and i was shocked by that number that six. I mean we've seen larger division leaves. You know the dodger point between nineteen were by like eleven games but the fact that that isn't just them in second place that there's so much further behind than any other team in baseball in second place. I think that that sort of makes that decision right there and they. They really have not look good lately. I mean obviously yesterday getting out to the seven run lead ended up losing fifteen to seven. And they've now had two of those really bad innings in three or four day span and this was a team where we were hearing route. The bullpen a lot of the strength for them especially over last month. Or so in. Craig kimble's kimbro is still really good. But you know when you're up seven nothing and then it's fifteen seven you're not getting to create kimberlin. I think that a lot of those other both emphasis. That had really been sustaining them. I mean the bullpen. Help them get through. A bad starts of the season. For kyle hendricks which nobody saw coming. It seems like some about is coming back down to earth for them. And you know ultimately i think kris bryant is going to continue to have this really good year but rizzo has this time. They've had all these various injuries. And i do think the birds are better overall. I think they have question marks as well. There's purely offense for the most part but you know they have the sixteen lead. So i don't know what else you can say about where the cubs are at say. The cubs roster would be an absolute one-stop shop. Bonanza buyer like they have so many what is fifteen sixteen potential free agents in you know the cubs. It'd be open to all of them There'd be a lot of conversation about anthony. Rizzo about bryant about hobby. Urbaez teams probably would call about wilson. Contraire although he's not a free agent ears. And but i have no doubt that the most coveted piece that The cubs have in the trademark. It would be kimbrel Because of his dominance this year and oh by the way continued dominance after we got into sticky stuff conversation and the crackdown and on top of that. He's got a club option for two thousand twenty two. So if you're a contending team and i'm just throwing it out there you know the san francisco giants for example. You're very positive about it. You're the you're the padres you're looking for a difference making reliever you're the yankees now and you are looking ahead. You can look at a kimbrell and say boy. We'd be buying it for this year and there's every indication that he'll be successful next year about the red sox. You know him going back to boston. Pitching for alex. Cora again That would be another candidate. I think he's going to be the guy most targeted by other teams. What do you think absolutely every team needs bullpen. Help every single contender team that wants to be contender. Needs bullpen help. I'm thinking of the blue jays. Last night lost that game largely because they don't really have any absolute definitive goto in that bullpen. And they needed a closer. They signed kirby eights and he was hurt. So jordan romano's than closer but certainly Kimber will be a far better option. I think that's true a lot of teams but you know i. I don't know exactly what you chalk this up to buy. If you're the cubs front office new are starting to fill those offers. I mean you must feel pretty great about that investment. Because you look at that craig. Kimbrel deal the first two years. He had a six fifty three e. r. n. Twenty nineteen five twenty eight last year and it's thirty innings this year but oh fifty nine. I mean you know patients whatever else. A- now is you know it's unfortunate that they may not be able to fully reap the benefits and they may instead end up trading him so what they would get back. But i just think about how much of a train wreck that deal seemed to be initially and he's completely changed that this year which i mean it's just such a great comeback to see. I think that he's one of those closers in that shopping conversation. That we've just become so reliant on knowing that he would be a great option at the end the last two years. That wasn't true so it's just great to see that again fascinating back and forth between entertaining back and forth between josh donaldson. Lucas g lido. The one thing i'd say about that whole thing. Gee lido firing back donaldson donaldson hitting home. Run yesterday after he fired. Back g lido. I think that we need to keep this in mind as we have the sticky stuff conversation. Yes last week. We heard from actors or from clayton kershaw tyler glass now other gear richards other pitchers there are a whole bunch of players who come at this from a very different perspective that we really haven't heard that much from Players who feel like the pitchers have been competing with an unfair advantage and are now going to have to start adjusting back to the old norm. No longer can pitchers just throw fastball. After fastball at the top of the zone. Wiffle ball breaking balls at the bottom of the zone and lucas di lido clearly. Great guy he's fine. He's entertaining if you were a close friend. I would say you know what dude you you just gotta wear this one. You just have to say nothing because you got all these. And i'd say that's all pitchers in this situation you know it's pretty clear now. From the information we have. The pitchers gained an advantage at the expense of their Their position player brethren for a couple years. They took advantage of it. They lived high on the hog. And guess what it's coming back to you know going back to baseline and their players. That have something to say i. I don't think it behooves the pitchers to complain about it. I think they just gotta move on. What do you think yeah. i think. That's that's how i feel about. Most of these. Feuds is that you know ultimately it's decided on the field and you know it's just extra talk and whatever else. But i did enjoy that. Lucas lido's father got in on this and tweeted. Thanks josh tweet. He said he tweeted. Thanks josh alton. Arabia tagged him. I don't remember for giving my son extra motivation. Something like that. I did enjoy that. I mean i love the father. Getting in on the feud via twitter. Like that's most twenty twenty one thing ever and i enjoyed that additional additional part. But yeah i mean. I think we've certainly heard about primarily from the pitcher perspective to your point and We all know that you know any changes that are coming about as a result of this are of course also affecting headers a late. Josh alton has been around a while so you know this is perceived as something that was really growing over the last few years he was certainly round prior to that as well so You know everybody's allowed to have their perspectives on that. And it's true that we haven't really heard that much from the hitter side In terms of what they're expecting to happen or you know how they feel about this change. Y'all repeat the story that i think. I told on monday to tim that a general manager said to me to hear pitchers complain about what's going on is like listening to a bank robbers insane bank over and over and over again and then go.
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"That yankee game last night. Oh my god it anybody bet on that shohei ohtani would be historically bad for him and then the angels win the game. What a crazy game was you know. It's funny because a week ago. On thursday we were talking about all of those crazy games right. That was after all of those four kind of rollercoaster games are talking about and i was getting up this morning and maybe there weren't four of them but same kind of concept when we were talking about aroldis chapman. We're talking about the fact that i mean you know what was it a week ago. Now we can half ago. He got out of a situation where he would have allowed multiple at least a run. If not for a triple play and here he is again faltering. So i mean just absolutely. I don't think anyone would have envisioned when otani didn't even get out of the first inning. And i mean any fans that stayed there all the reporters that were there that entire time. I mean that game. I think it was the last game to end last night despite being an east coast. Seven o'clock game which is wild otani. I think is going to win the mvp. The american league this year because he's been so phenomenal. One thing i would say that at age twenty six about him as a pitcher is that One way to describe him as he is in precise he can be precise Even on his best days as a pitcher he will walk some guys in last night. You know pointed out on the yes network. The home plate umpire called the very consistent strike zone but he was not getting calls on the edges and he can get into these roles where he struggles to find the strike zone absolutely. And that's really what we've seen from him when he has struggled at any point in his pitching career. At least the major league level is those walks mean when you look at the box score you that he allowed seven runs in the first thing to the yankees. We know they have judged sanchez. Stanton everybody you're kind of expecting there to be a home. Run along that line as you go through. I've been instead. It's those four walks and we saw that earlier in the year. Two and i remember you. And i talked about when he had that start where his philosophy was down. And we're talking a little bit about how deep into games he was going at his compromises ability to go deep. Obviously lots night with separate. I mean allowing the seven runs name to be removed. But even these other starts. He's had a lot of them have been just about five innings and it's because his pitch counts get up pretty quickly with how many guys that he does walk yet on the other side of the ledger. The yankees losing this game no question. They're worse loss of the year and a season in which they had a number of bad losses You know to have that big a leading. It felt like even as the game was going along and he had some rain delays sarah. They had opportunities just bury the angels and they failed to do it time and time and time again and that said you would expect to hold a lead in the ninth inning of that magnitude but aroldis chapman in the month of june eleven. Four to era eight and two two-thirds innings three homers. Ten walks eleven strikeouts in a we talked about how there's this mass reassessment in baseball going on about the baseball since the foreign substance. Crackdown in which pitchers may have been using. Look he'd have to be one of the guys you throw into that conversation and i don't know if he was someone who's foreign substances before but his performances so dramatically different this month. It certainly is that you know. I feel like the days of earl. This chapman absolute lockdown closer. Have been gone for at least a year to now. I mean i know making those relief. Pitcher lists all that stuff we do in the offseason. He wasn't a definitive number. One or two or maybe even three for me. I don't think in each of the last two years and he's been more and more ineffective. I mean i think just you know. Maybe walking is a little bit more and You know everything that you're alluding to it. There's no question that this month has been particularly bad. But i do think that he hasn't been not absolute. You know that the ninth inning is over type of guy for a want to say at least a year. It's not a year and a half now. We had tyler captured the new york times in the podcast yesterday and we talked about how under brian cashman. The yankees have not fired a manager in season. They've not fired. A coach in midseason. And i was thinking about that game last night that you know what if it was a different owner. If it was a different general manager that would be a game that will lead somebody getting fired. You know they were calling. For and boone's firing fans were chanting that at the end of the game. And i you a longtime mets fan under previous ownership under the wilpon. I have no doubt after a game like that that someone would have been fired by the mets. I mean i'm thinking of. I wanna say it was twenty four teen the meta game where jose valverde blue save. I wanna say this may something like that and they. i believe. that's after that game. They removed him from the closer's role. They fired their hitting coach. I mean they were in the midst of a bad stretch. It wasn't just that game but you do see that sort of reactive nece or whatever else you wanna say from other clubs but i remember you ask i mean i think i looked into that. Not changing sanders in season. What was that at this point like a month and a half ago to talk to you about and i think it was two teams that have gone law. That have gone longer without doing that. It was. I think the twins and the giants but you know. I don't think that these types of issues are really managerial. I understand that fans especially sending their especially sending there at midnight in the bronx. They're probably five pm. I understand that you want someone to blame. And you're not gonna say fire a hitter or a pitcher or something because you know that those things won't actually happen. So i understand where that sort of energy comes from but i mean you know this is as you said a rule the shopping and struggling in certainly the team may be failing to pile on a little bit but again i have trouble connecting those directly to a manager. I would agree with you. I mean if you had a major league pitcher especially someone with a track record of roll this chapman even if he's not as good as you used has been in the past you hand that That picture that lead in that spot you would expect to find out. I will say this. We have no indication yet that hal steinbrenner has a fiery temper. If he's got a fiery temper we may find out today about that in fact they changed course because that is the type of loss that gets people fired. There's no doubt about it then. Chicago cubs at lead yesterday. But the brewers came storming back in. It's amazing how quickly this change has changed sarah. That ten days ago we're talking about the cubs being near the top of the the national league central. Are they going to be buyers rather than sellers. Now they've lost so much ground so quickly. I actually think they could make this very easy for the cubs front office which i think will make an unemotional decision about whether to try to contend. I think that the front office there. The ownership there was fully prepared to sell in mid season this year. But it didn't happen and looked it up this morning sarah on fan graphs. They have the cubs chances of making the playoffs at fourteen percent. And if that's kind of the range that they're sitting at in say july twentieth. I have no doubt that they'll start. Moving pieces what do you think. Absolutely i mean you know. I feel like we were here talking. Two weeks ago about how you know kris bryant. And he's playing so well. The cubs are playing. Well there in first place. They can't trade him..
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"Six eighty the fan the braves putting up twenty runs against the mets. The mets announced the reliever della matanzas will have surgery on his right shoulder and he will miss the remainder of the year after pitching. Just one time in the two thousand twenty one season. Josh donaldson looks g. Lido had a major verbal flare up and donaldson got the last word yesterday. This all started on tuesday when donaldson crossed home plate after hitting a home. Run off g. alito yelling out hands not sticky anymore. Give a listen here once again. Yeah that from the twins television broadcasts. Well gee lido was asked by reporters about that. Is you know it's kind of a classless. Move if you're gonna gonna talk to my face and before yesterday's game donaldson responded to g alito hat. And say all right. Let's go look at his numbers. What do numbers say it. What do we know about the sticky substance. What does it do. What does it help with helps with. Rpm's it helps with spin ring. Guess what mr g lido your fast spin rates down two hundred your koerbel spin rates down for five hundred. You're sliders down two hundred so look if we're going to talk about class are we gonna. What side are you going to choose are you. Are you going to speak. Take the side of someone who's playing the game fair or you gonna take the side of somebody that was probably cheating before this happens. And then in his first plate appearance in last night's game this is.
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"So. The brewers would come all the way back and they would score. Fifteen unanswered runs to win. Fifteen to seven at the end of the day. The brewers six games ahead of the cubs and national league central. And we'll talk about what this could mean for the trade market. It was frank swindles. I at bat for the oakland athletics. Here's the one office to and frank. It's at the deep left field in a corner. Give ferrets gone right down. The line frank. The tank it is. I put exit towering home. Run down the field line. what debut. Yeah i gotta say to tailor. The home run he hit was an absolute bomb. If you get. Ken corre calling you. Frank the tank on oakland radio. That's type of home runs. You'd want it's gotta be a bomb if it's not above squeaks out. You're not frank tanks. Gladiator under stripes branch win del. He's he's my new favorite. Oakland blair with a great nickname by ken. I absolutely loved that. A cool moment for joey votto in cincinnati yesterday mantha must grove not great to go more than four h. At to ride failed one thousand bought a one thousand career. Rbi the fans call them out for curtain call. The padres would come back and win that game. Seven of five however the braves got the frolic in the midst of a tough offensive year. Gazi wax one hand the air degrade centerfield rising back towards the wall and this one is gone hobbies with a second home run of the night. It's a southern. Rbi knife for osceola views dad from.
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"Your one stop for all your home comfort needs. Check them out at Valley heating Com still have to injury accidents for Oakland from the chilled narrowbody traffic desk. One northbound 13. Currently not all lanes are blocked. That's better. The right lane is blocked North 13 at Joaquin Miller. Traffic is backed up to redwood. Northbound 8 80 got a whole lot worse that is having now from Hagen Burger all the way up to 9 80, where the left and right lanes are clearing a semi involved in this accident pretty much the same imprint downtown in the Coton direction between downtown. Coliseum not quite as packed but very slow and then again from 2 38 to Auto Mall Parkway for the South. They just ordinary delays. He's found 2 37. Lawrence Expressway, his anchor top of the bay. Same thing. Eastbound 37, Lakefield, 1, 21 and out of the city packed from before Caesar shot us to Treasure Island crossing the Bay Bridge. This report is sponsored by Amtrak. It can be hard to tell a bedtime story through a screen. It's even harder to feel close with a virtual hug. Nothing beats those in person connections. And when you're ready Amtrak and help you travel safely to see the ones you love hugs Justin Amtrak away Let me be straight with you. This is a radio commercial for three small business insurance. With three. Your entire business is covered. So while you can't see the following scene just know that this contractors business is protected by three. Hey, toss me that drove. Yeah, man heads up. Mm,.
Jokes So Funny
"one stop" Discussed on Jokes So Funny
"Would say americana instrumental all right. We're going to break now. we are. This is like the fifth time. I've tried this. Have you ever thought about starting your who podcast when i was trying to get this podcast off the ground. This is our spot now. I'm just letting you guys now. I had so many questions. How record an episode. Where do i find the background music. You know this. Is you know where i'm getting at okay. While the huge answer these questions of somebody that's paying us anchor. Anchor is a one stop shop for recording. And you should sign up because we did and it's been really helpful so Check him out. Go to anchor. fm slash stark. Today join me in a few of my comrades podcasters and Get online that's anchored. Fm slash start an. We're back pretty weird right. Yeah we'll come back we. Yeah we are. We lost kindle. You like super quiet now. Because i have something in my throat and i'm waiting for it to clear own. That was helpful. Kendall took my water actually. Do you need water. He was definitely he. So kendall was working all night in a music studio and got absolutely no sleep and i.
Scotch Parlor | Capturing Lifestyles
"one stop" Discussed on Scotch Parlor | Capturing Lifestyles
"Instagram the pitchers are amazing. That we know what camera you use. But what's your Routine like what what do you how do you. What's your plan on how you're going to create a photo is it. Is it in the sense of like. Did you know what cocktail you're gonna make and then you plan where the you know you going. Well now were were allowed to go into restaurants and coffee shops per se but But how do you plan your your scenery for your photos. I really don't. There's there's a mantra foul called on doc shop in the mall which means i achieved maximum benefit with minimal effort. Obviously near cova also like the lights can hear. This might be pretty so sometimes. I'll do that but like like one of my favorite things to do. The world is to go into a place unseen and shoot. There's no forethought it's like. Hey grad cocktail. I itin to. I mean i don't have any lights so i mean there's nothing wrong with that i i to me. I love chasing the natural light. I love the shadows. i love. you know i to me. You know not sound too cheesy but i. It's are you know. So i look at it that way. Like how can i. How can i take creation especially when somebody else gets created because to me. That's more important because your trust me with your creation. I wanna make it. Look the best i can and i. I'm virgo some a little bit of a perfectionist. So it'd be like you know so. I tend to sometimes i might have the shot and like you know what that's great. I love shop bomber over here with his angle. Because i want to give it a few looks and i think that's always paramount because especially if you're shooting for somebody you're shooting for a brand or even for yourself. It's good to have to be to use the same cocktail not recycle the same age. Yeah okay okay. And then so then after you so natural light which is awesome and then after that you as far as photoshop. Light room for for post production. He's later. It's funny in the very beginning. I was like literally doing everything through my mac book. I've photos and i remember meeting somebody like me..
Scotch Parlor | Capturing Lifestyles
"one stop" Discussed on Scotch Parlor | Capturing Lifestyles
"If you want to say hello and if you have intro feel free to to let us know who you are. Thanks so much intro. Rick you nailed it. Sure we'll deeper but a appreciate. You haven't been excited to be here. Gregory will you originally from. I'm from michigan. I've been out here for about fifteen years. Okay okay fifteen years in. Yeah sweet. Sweet sweet and was far as growing up in michigan. How're you how would you define yourself as a kid where you the creative side. Sports kit with their lemonade. Stand how would you describe yourself. I was a little bit of all of that. I was definitely the kid i was. Adhd kind of still lamb. Where i follow the shiny object. So i do like. I wasn't i didn't do bad in school but it wasn't like oh my goodness he's so gifted i was more like hey i'm going to entertain people and i'm going to kind of be the class clown and i love sports so it was kind of. I was super active. If you could you could keep an eye on me as a kid. I was everywhere. That's cool that's cool. that's cool. Were you as far as on the on the creative side. What do you do. You consider yourself at creator. A creative per se humbly. Yes i don't like. Oh my goodness creator. No it's a weird thing. Because i won't be like. Yeah yes i own it like. I know like my mind is always trying to think of some like next like something creative to do. You know. that's kind of what kind of spirit and spoon kind of spawned out of was like working in these jobs. So long you know. Running bar programs. And i helped launch liquor brand. It was like oh. I love doing this in kind of almost like a Leap and the net will appear thing. I love doing it. Then i'm like you know..
Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"one stop" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"Try to do vodka review and know how it is so. We got chris and tom guys. They should coming on the show today. Tell us a little bit. About what panther fluids is getting getting a starting here. Okay it off. Panic fluids is You know a new startup been around for three years now. So no kind of getting out of the certification you know really grow and still Are key to our businesses. You know we have what we call. The panther advantage in what that entails is no message the the process from your drilling fluids to your solid control equipment to your haul off and disposal. We manage all that together and give the customer one invoice to to really make their their life easier than going through manifest going through different invoices checking here in there. So we streamline the process forum and We ride a ride service inequality on. Let's unpack this a little bit because we may have some people that are listening. That aren't from the street. They don't know it. Fluids are fluids consists of What are drilling fluids. What is solid control so while we talk real quick about you know what is actually drilling fluids. What is that what is solids control and then on pack that a little bit for people. That aren't familiar. Yeah absolutely yeah. So chris and i are background. He has more fluids background than i do. Um you know. I started on the drilling contractor side and so very familiar with the drilling process in the fluid process. And so i mean diving into it. You know fluids are always called it the the blood of the rig united. It's what you pumped down your drill pipe. You know out your bit. It's going to lubricate your bid to bring cuttings to surface. It's going to control your pressure. It's gonna control your well bore and so making sure that you have you know the cleanest possible fluids circulating back down hole is what we're here for. You know for us. It's not necessarily dividing up those processes as far as your you know as far as your fluids you know building the fluids one you know You're solid control so cleaning your cuttings disposal of your cuttings and hauling it off and so our specialty is taking that whole process combining under our umbrella and us managing it so we can see you know we have x. amount of product kim's going down and we have x. amount coming up let's clean it and keep it going and so I mean that's that's what panther was built off of. Now you know that's the fluid peace and your is control and your hall off disposal we're branching out different segments. You know were looking to roll out the security piece. You know a a a gate guard solution We're also looking to roll out our rental side as well which we are still. We're i mean we're currently doing rentals. Do have some renos bow We plan to expand more into the backyard. Side of things Some rental items and Some things on the completion side As well so so you say backyard. You're referencing you know my tanks and mixers writings that neutron a rig That's correct and that would fall in the same strategy was kinda of rolling it all up to where you can kind of be a one stop solution for these guys right. You know You know that's our goal is to to be able to to manage. You know their their backyard for them. you know from the fluids like said from the fluids the cells troll to the hall off disposal derek. I just had all that myself. You're right spoil people these days yes. It's a unique process..
"one stop" Discussed on KCRW
"Ties. Type law enforcement in the military uses handcuffs. It was pretty shocking for most of us as we watch this unfold, but there is a shadowy world of military style tactical training four civilians. And this is Ray's some big questions about the role this culture plays in prepping an armed populace for a world where violence is not only expected, but encouraged. Rachel Munro joins me Now she has just written a big story in wired, where she spent time in a few of these tactical training facilities. Her story is called I am not a soldier, but I have been trained to kill Rachel. Welcome to press play. Thank you so much for having me. Well, you live in Texas and rural part of Texas. Did you know how to shoot? I had shotguns at a handful of times before going to these camps. But then and then, in preparation to go. A friend of mine gave me a bunch of less. And so I wouldn't show up Seeming like a total fool or accidentally, you know, shoot somebody because I didn't know what I was doing. But safe to say You're not an avid gun owner know so paint a picture of this place. The first place that you went to in Arizona. What was it like? So the first stop on my tactical tour, I guess was a place called Insight, which is in Northern Arizona, and it's been around since the seventies. The assumption is that you have your handgun and most of the courses they teacher using handguns on dure. Gonna, You may need to use it to fight someday was founded by a guy who is very preoccupied with the idea of crime and The thought that criminals are are out there and might prey on you at any moment on DSA. So essentially, you get a five day course where you shoot about 1000 rounds, which is really like I mean, they told us every day that at lunch, we should wash our hands because we were handling so many bullets that the lead could potentially poison us. Oh, my gosh. So you're just just shooting all day kind of learning. How to react really quickly in the case that that somebody attacks you. And so it's both kind of the practical training of how do you How do you draw from the holster? How'd you pull the trigger? How do you make all those moves really smooth but also the mindset of just getting into that head space where you might need to have a gun fight. Who's in that mind space? I mean, do people think Oh, I'm going to be involved in a gunfight. If I you know, Once I leave this place that that is a real possibility in my day to day life that I'll be forced to Engaging gunfire with someone some bad person. Well, it's interesting. There's a lot of mixed messaging that seems to happen at these training camps because in part one of the things they says you get this training to avoid a fight at the same time, you're you're practicing for a situation over and over again of perhaps a home invasion or a mugging or something like that. So It did seem like most of the folks that I trained with. Ah, lot of them had concealed carry permits. They were a gun in their hand gun on them a pretty much all moments in their daily life. A few of them carried like an A R 15 like a car being in their cars with them. Just in case something happens, and I think it really speaks to this culture of fear of violence and anxiety about violence. Which isn't in large part stoked by places like the N R A. The N R A, um, issues of a weekly or a monthly column, where they share stories of citizens who had to fight back with their guns against criminals. You see these bruises on cable news all the time, eh? So even though the violent crime right is a zoo, much lower than it was 20 years ago were inundated with these messages of violence, and that seemed to be Something that was the folks I was training alongside were really preoccupied with the idea that the world is a violent place, and it's getting worse. And so it's upto. You is an armed individual to stand up to that in some way. And you went around the election or right before or right after the election. So what were people saying about the election and the need to Learned these new skills. Well, you know, I certainly heard a lot of jokes that made me uncomfortable. But I guess people felt like they were in the kind of company where they could make jokes about, you know, Let's pretend the target is Nancy Pelosi. It's too bad. It's not legal to shoot the press, which I did object that joke. I was like, I don't I don't appreciate that. And then they did apologize, but It was definitely clear that that sense of at least joking about violence was certainly not off the table. But then at the same time, there was a real understanding from some of the people that I spoke with who were The gun industry that the Biden election was actually going to be good business for them because gun sales tend to go up when people perceive that the administration is not gun friendly, So it was this funny mix of Of jokes about violence. Performing actual violence and then also the idea that this would be good for the gun industry. And who were your fellow weekend warriors. If you will, where they mainly guys. It was overwhelmingly men. I will say that the tactical training world is definitely theory, masculine world and it's a very white world. Not everybody that I trained with was white..