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Mark Levin: Since DIRECTV Is Dropping One America News, Drop DIRECTV

Mark Levin

01:02 min | 4 months ago

Mark Levin: Since DIRECTV Is Dropping One America News, Drop DIRECTV

"One American news as they write at PBR wire biz pack review One American news will no longer be available as part of the direct TV lineup once its current contract expires Now I heard this and I don't do a lot of satellite around here but I'm going to look at whatever pills we have If we have direct TV you're going to say Mark you don't know you have I really don't But we're going to get rid of it if we do I can tell you that right now In fact I think we already did I think we already did get rid of it The digital satellite service announced that conservative network OAN will not have its current contract renewed which will likely happen in April according to Bloomberg news Now I don't care about any of the rest of their story I really don't So I want to encourage each and every one of you that has direct TV to get rid of it Get rid of it Drop it You don't need

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"pbr" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"pbr" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

"What parents need to expect from showcase. What the point of the showcases! If you don't have anything to showcase, don't go. They're expecting someone to pump you up. As if you did have something to showcase, and if you do have something to showcase, make sure you perform well. When your kid the opportunity, it's not A. Like. You said it's an. It's an objective measurement of your skills. You know if you want to check a measurement of your skills. You need to seek out. A coach or a? Of Your feedback on what you do well in what you don't do well on the field during Gameplay, but if you're just looking for what you measure. as far as baseball resume. That's what a showcases for it. You need to make sure you're ready to showcase that in front of people who are essentially objective, just measuring what you can do physically. Yeah Dan appreciate being on the show is a great conversation like I said I I do think we got a lot of the myths, and in the deeper part of the showcase grind, and said every share on The workload that you guys have and your message for players and I think this is really helpful for a lot of parents and families out there. I would I would I would welcome the opportunity to jump back. When. I like what you guys are doing and I I. WanNa. Keep pumping the positive message so any anything. I can do to help moving forward. You guys, please contact me and like if there's anyone. Listening has questions about anything. I'll shoot me a message and I'll be glad to the bottom. Yeah so if you're listening a podcast lane and once we get this edited and not. Follow Dan at at Dan C. E. V., e., T. T. on twitter Dan. Thanks and we will see you all next time on the morning brushback..

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"pbr" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

05:44 min | 2 years ago

"pbr" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

"Basically like an invite only type thing area coates in Chicago. We have some called the silver black series, which was an invite only and PBR actually started in Chicago, so the first ever magazine was my graduating class high school, so we did like a showcase, an actual hard copy magazine. The thing that parents will have somewhere that write ups on everybody. actually pretty cool was like a you know. Something that never been done before, but everything was relative. If? You're taking three crow hops and thrown across the Diamond Heathrow eighty four, and the guy next throws ninety two. It's obvious that kid throw ninety two as just a better are like he's obviously not ninety two across the diamond in a game when his forward matters, and he's got to get rid of the ball, but it's all relative, and that's really what you're. You're measuring relative to everybody else. It's it's. It's my loans and easy. Was We're? We're as great a great source for information. McAleese, coaches. You, know they they need it, they. They can't be everywhere especially now. They can't be anywhere though. They use us, but they still have to make their own decisions, but. Like. Your skewed, the numbers it's like. It's just like you come and do your stop. Watch on the kids on it's we're not like we don't have a vested interest here to make it better or worse. It's just the number. It's like I. Say this. The radar gone is the humble. It has no heart. It it's not your travel coach. It's not your trainer. It's not your mom, your dad and tell me seventy eight and I don't care that you were told you through eighty five seventy eight today, and that's the reality of what we're GONNA put out. We're not going to change. Because you had eighty five old last week in your mind or for full, it's a hamlet, no heart. That's what the radar gun is. Now we have track man, which is the major league baseball literally the industry standard of technology. The Best Ball flight information. There is in the world in baseball and I will still get questions like. That can't be right. I'm like it's actually one hundred percent. Right like there's. It's the most right. It's ever been in the history of humankind, actually sir. Authorites Campbell Yeah. It's like it's not my opinion. It's like we use lasers for sixties now because we got that. My my son ran a six six on the track with his track coach, and you had him at a seven to you must did it wrong no ma'am. We are using lasers. No human air which even NFL combine doesn't use laser laser, still right or manage. The longest time they kept getting faster because they were laser on one, but hand timed on the other, and they didn't WANNA and they didn't want to go to do elazer's and and this is outdated information that they could have changed by now, but at least as of a couple of years ago. They don't want to go two lasers because time going to start slowing down. And every year there's a little increase guys getting fast, or they're more four fours and four threes which are like insane. And they didn't want to take a step back. Which I kind of get, but it's still like. Why are we not using? Lasers fell combine on both ends. I think the. Issue that was all starts. Of False starts with lines, we do it all the time like the kid lifts his leg before he starts, it triggers A. The the the fall starts is probably the biggest issue with the two way. Both Yeah that would make sense in baseball because the baseball stealing stance, you always do a false start like that's the most. It's the most anatomically efficient way to to run like your front lifts up. It goes underneath you and then go forward. That's been something that's been like debunked over time we will. You gotTa Mash that foot into the ground, and then go forward when in reality, the best friends in the world I. You look at Ricky Henderson. He had a false step every time his front foot lifts up. Go slightly back because it puts you in an efficient position, and then you take off, so I guess that makes sense right with guys in that stance. They probably do it all like literally every time right? Yeah, I mean, and it goes back to what Bobby said like. We have six guys at a showcase a six eight. which is. Really really premium athleticism straight-line athleticism superpower. Cows goats still needs to know this guy to run the base. Is this guy know how to like track a Balmy off? Like just because you have a lead speed doesn't mean you play with a League speak. Okay I've seen guys around seven one seven to better phenomenal outfielders. Take the bus routes. They played better than a common six thousand. For. Sure and we have that experience because we see it. We seem games. We Scalp Highschool. Season we scout tournaments. our workload. I'm not trying to to our home for our workload is insane and it. It's it's extremely. Long and puns of tons of games and stuff on her belt. We're not just seeing guys in a showcase, and that's it we we. We do this twenty four seven out the vow. You know we're we're. We have risked recovering tournaments this week last week of twenty four teams in Pennsylvania. Not if no PBR, it's literally me sending guys. They're paying guys to scout a tournament. MOPING on fields nothing. It's just grinding for players. So it's it's frustrating and observed when people saw off, have no literally no flu about one. There's often ball and I don't. I I guess someone chiming in on twitter here I'm GONNA paraphrase this kind of long, but basically ASCII said the the numbers are objective. But what about the ranking so?.

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"pbr" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

06:48 min | 2 years ago

"pbr" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

"Yes so kind of sorry where? I was playing in in Puerto Rico, two, thousand, fourteen in the Winter Leagues and. was was. Dealing with. An arm injury like basically most of my career unfortunately so. It was time to circle transition and see what I do. Walk to stay in the game. College coach I did go back to my college degree in two thousand nine in the Texas League so I did have assault. Are I got a college degree? I should be able to land at coaching, job or something in the game. Scouring whatever and I saw PBR honestly, I had no idea what it was. That was until the fourteen idea what it was TV. Are No clue I. know paths, Blue Ribbon and I know professional writing. News, PBR! So I had no idea what was email email the guy that was started at all, and we went back, and forth on some conversations and long story short, I flew off the Chicago Matt everybody. We, hit it off and basically Jahmai fly back to new. York they said They called me Detroit and hey. We want you to be the guy that crushes New York and las okay. And I've been I've been added since then. You know I didn't know anybody I didn't have any connections, but again a common theme to this whole conversation is. I work hard, and I was willing to not make any money to start and work really hard. Build relationships with people prove that we were going to be consistent. We're going to be credible. Who are going to be honest? And that it wasn't going to be a money grab because there's a lot of those in our business I'm. Living so I told myself I will never be that and I will vote to I will go neck and neck. Whatever would anyone who thinks differently I? Will never be money Grad we'll work are are used to the bone or work ours, ours ours help. The kids will do thanks for Free Scout. The high school seasons with three, and that's we. Did we've we? We don't charge a player. ANYTHING SCOUTED LAST YEAR IN NEW YORK. We did five what we wrote a five hundred players in the high school in New York. Literally zero dollars was with downrated from that, and that's fine because that was. That's her high school. That's the kids time to shine and. You don't have the kids chose. The company will showcase that's on the parents. They just they make that decision or if they come, we're going to give them everything that we say. We're GONNA. Give Up. We're going to give him an opportunity platform, and there's some ownership of all guys. That's the problem I think. There's ownership. If you come and you don't do well, that's not my fault right. If we made a mistake or fix it, but it's not our fault. You know if you didn't perform well. Not. Every players showcase guy. You. Don't think get that house. Baseball I I. Know What it is what they aren't like my here that I laugh when we post pop. TIMES, It's an a showcase. That guy's the Catcher, nosy song the second, so yeah, The Times are going to be little better, they're. They're out of their crowds. Hearing people on twitter complained about that stuff is is mind boggling? It's guys. Well, let's talk about that one specifically for a second so. We all know like in the big leagues. Good pop like two seconds right? Some guys from flash one nine like a one eight is like incredible in a game. And yet you know high school. Kids are saying I throw one eight throw one eight. Five were post in those numbers, so you get it like it's not a real number. But why are we getting so far from what the actual number like you know what I mean like? If. We know that it's not the right number. Why do we get so far from it? I. Think I think in our situation we have to do. The metrics for you say. What can we do for infielder weekend? The sixty right, we can test that and test arm strength, and then we can do the hitting what we do for catcher. while. We get the arm strength, which is important. We have the sixty, so we kind of have an idea what kind of folks we have right? And then the pop time is the age old. It's like sixty it's it's kind of like all with wool, but it's still there and sort of relevant. To me, it's like. You can have you have a seventy two, our armour, an eighty three mile, an hour arm, and you go same time depending on your quickness, you released were. And the pop I. Always say this now you fall in, and they might suffer easily. We had this many guys under a two or two. In a showcase setting meaning. The catcher is he knows his second. Though he is already cheating, we can't like. We can't stop these kids and restart every time here and they're all these kids are there and that's what people don't get their their. Shoulder vastly possibly can through their base long. That I mean they are there to try to get a scholarship, or they're trying to get an opportunity to the next level so? You know as long as as long as we're being consistent with its pop time in a showcase glove to glove. That's what it is if it says a one eight nine. That's what it said that day we'll show you video. The reason it's good so these. These of Crouch is catching up forward. Like it's a known pitch out. But. It's the thing that bothers me is that? You have people. That WanNa like dispute and I'm like listen, it is what it is. It's an showcase in the game. It's going to be different. It's going to be less. They've been on all their throwing their catching. They after received the wall completely in the crowd before they get out. We tell them all the time. Stay Back Stadium, MAC again they're trying to like. You have to hand it to these guys. They're finding every little edge. Try to make numbers look better and at the end of the day. We are a platform and the college. Coaches have to do their do their Dunga. Yeah, that's fair I get that answer Bob Up. Make sense to you. I think it's just all relative to you know if if you've got ten kids and they all run a six eight at at a showcase quote, unquote showcase. Nobody's really separating themselves right. Quotes there yeah I. appreciate it I mean he ever. If you've got catchers at are all one eight, two, zero, one nine to showcase. They're not really separating themselves from each other like coaches. Looking at these numbers like okay, they're not. The it's all relative one. If a kid has one eight five show as everybody else's to Oh five like that kid is probably he's better than that better. And then obviously still use rise. When I was coming through high school showcases where.

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"pbr" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

08:10 min | 2 years ago

"pbr" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

"All right, welcome back I hope we're alive at this moment. I'm Dan Blue Looking back to the morning. BRUSHBACK PODCASTS I'm here with my co host Bobby. Stevens bobby how you doing, I'm doing great my studio car. You're one once again in your vehicle you said your houses being shown today that our sonar condo so or showing a lot of showing this morning. It's pouring rain here some rain. That's your some things in the background. That's better as All right and we'll have a great guest today. Dan should be is here from Pbr New York Dan's a former professional baseball player. Currently is in Terminator Mode just completing his workout where he squatted, was that eleven hundred pounds, you said. Yet least released. Thanks for being on the show at onto. Be here. You guys talk about baseball state of the game. WHAT WE DO! My story is A. Yes Oh. Dan Connected last week. we had a lot of your ship of our Jeffrey Richard Episode and I've been aware of him for a little bit on the web as good message, concentrating just like good things for parents and players and. Coaches to understand other the recruiting process, and just about the game in general, so we're excited to have him here on the show, and you do have a crazy story so It's funny that you're like in sleeveless. I was just I was just watching total recall seeing that movie. Problem it's not ringing a bell bottoms back in the day. Arnold Schwarzenegger's like he's like a construction worker, but he's really a secret agent, and then he goes to Mars, and so you're. You're were working on the oilfields. A couple years ago before you got back into baseball. Can you touch on that. Yeah, well, what's funny is I'm two hundred and fifty pounds now and six four, and when I was so I got draft in two, thousand two I was one sixty five, so you can imagine there's been quite a quite a difference. In. Saying in the way of trains, I trained harder now. That I'm not playing with just kind of nodded Matt really positive thing to tell the kids but Yeah so. What's executed where I started off coming from a k from the these smallest public schools in Pennsylvania. Thirty two kids, my graduating class and super fortunates the draft around on higher a school. Offensive player the year I have no idea how that even got picked but but it happened it was as surreal situation for me and my my family in town and Played a longtime dealt with some injuries. And just battle learned learned the game I learned to respect the game on a Hawaii, and and just how to how to be a good person how to show up on time for things and. We're you know we're through adversity and Six four and one sixty five in high school, and is that right? And you were? You're a third round draft. Pick at high school, right? So, what what was what was that like? I mean being a I mean. You'd have so many scouts at the Games to be drafted that high at high school right? Yeah, best story with my last thought on my high school season I was at a place called Devali, which is northern Pennsylvania. They had no chance had cows grazing in the back in the in the field. This not I'm not joking. House were about four hundred and fifty feet away. and. I had about thirty eight scouts their headquarters few. Scouting directors and Samaria guys. Every team was in attendance. And I I gave up a home run. The skit hit a ball at one across the highway. It was one of the largest home runs I've ever given even in wall, and after the game I wrote home with the Indian scout that under drafting because I had to do those psychological tests and. He. He said he was. What'd you think I cannot believe? I, just I just blew my chances. Because Yom eighteen years old. You don't have you think that ruined it by giving up a home run. He's like Dan. That pitch was ninety one. On the inside. Your cap to the Hitter, but you've earned yourself a lot of money. So that was crazy to me at that time thinking why ninety one are fits? They got hit four hundred. And that elevated me into the south firearms so great, just crazy. It's crazy out happen. Yeah, tons tons of scouts almost starts. It was. humbling and I've always very common from a small blue collar town I got one stop light town. My parents still live there. Rather doesn't live too far from there, so. I'm humble, guy. I know we all are we all have egos in the baseball world and It's. Part of the game I think as we take a lot of pride in what we do a lot of passion. Game Face. You know it's it's hard. It's hard to turn those on and off and not have kind of bleed into each other. Guys get misunder. Miss Readiness Understood that they have. A crazy. Eagle, they're just an ego maniac I actually had my twitter account. I never had twitter two thousand seventeen. I said Yom. Start this and try to motivate people. Who on my experiences and like what do I know? You know I'm not I wasn't a big here. And you know who's GonNa. Follow me unbelievable like just kind of like blew off. Now, it's like I feel like it's a purpose. The healthy kids and I'm so thankful that I. Do what I do the to appear, but also they're not coming to one of events that can be from Texas right now. If I could give any advice to be, you know it's. It's really what I'm trying to do is just get advice that full, and you're my experience and the form. Now is is is positive I'm not going to be a negative guy guy so. A lot of adversity playing a game. We just talked about it. We Are you asked about the oilfield? When I got out of the plan, I went and told scholars baseball, two, thousand, eight nine. And realized that wasn't. Going to be my, ticket. I Costa. There's one as recruiting coordinator. Then I was a head coach junior college while I was the head coach junior college I was working the night shift at A. Airport. I worked the night shift, and therefore to coach junior college during the day. was. Running His I needed I needed to change and. Basically the oilfield was kicking in the northeast back in two thousand eleven twelve thirteen. Matt. Ryan got the Marcellus Shale. They call it and it was it was. They were really getting after I had a buddy that was in it, and he said Hey. Come here just like. Crazy and I'm like all right. So I jumped in, and I didn't know anything about it, but what? I didn't know how to work so. I took the I took the sledgehammers I took whatever I could, and I just got after I remember I started in like January, and you're out swinging hammers hanging off a wellhead twenty eight year, and it's like twenty degrees, and your hands go numb and you feel like you know there's a lot of pressure on what you're doing. Because everyone's on the ground watching, watch new swing in this hammer and try to make sure you know I. Have you know have the passion and the EGO about? Not, screwing up being good so. I learned really fast the. I gained everyone's respect. And I moved up the ladder like six months I was the was a coiled tubing operator. I ended up. Getting sent the Oklahoma and got trained license I have a CIO I. Want the well-controlled school. I had like we should. If we have a we have like a someone watching that that makes movies. We got a blah now. It is and this is not fabricated off. Thumb Salmon oil from about a year and a half. We're doing. It's making good money. But working eighty hours a week minimum. For one week we we work the entire week. We got paid for every hour of the day we have. We had to shift leaping because we're crew there and we were we were. There was no relief, so we were literally working around the clock. And that got that got a little bit off and. The main guy on my on my units.

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"pbr" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"pbr" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

"What parents need to expect from a showcase. What the point of the showcase is. If you don't have anything to showcase, don't go expecting someone to pump you up as if you did have something that showcase, and if you have something to showcase, make sure you perform well when you're a kid, the. It's not A. Like you said it's an. It's an objective measurement of your skills. You know if you want US objective measurement of your skills. You need to seek out. A coach or scout to give you feedback on what you do well, and what you don't do well on the field during game play, but if you're just looking for what you measure. as far as baseball resume. That's what I showcases for any to make sure you're ready to showcase that in front of people who are essentially objective, just measuring what you can do physically. Yeah Dan, appreciate you being on the show, a great conversation I I do think we got a lot of the myths and and the deeper part of the showcase And like I, said I appreciate you sharing the. The work that you guys have and your message for players I think this is really helpful for a lot of parents and out there. I would I would I would welcome the opportunity. Jump back to the guys whenever. Likely. Guys are doing and. I WANNA. Keep pumping the positive message so any anything I can do to help moving forward. You guys, please contact me and like if there's anyone here, listening that has questions about anything I'll shoot me a message and I'll be glad. To chat with you about him. Yeah, so if you're listening. In podcast once we get this edited and up. Follow Dan at Dan. E. T.! On Twitter Dan thanks again, and we will see you all next time on the morning brushback..

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"pbr" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

05:43 min | 2 years ago

"pbr" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

"Out on the Internet. That has your numbers on it. But. They're not inexpensive, and some people don't have the means to do so it's when I get people that come back with. They perceive as like a bad ranking by PBR. They feel like they got under served. It's like what we do. Another one like this is ranked higher and if you look at us, beaver profile has been a three or four. Looked the more you do of anything the better off. It's like the more you get in front of the same people. The better they're going to either have A. You're gonNA either show better if you are better. Or they're going to have a different opinion. Every time they see you like. You can make a better impression of here in front of them more. If you only go to one, that's it. That's your impression, so if you ranked one hundred and you think you're better than the Kim's twentieth. Like regardless of the twentieth if he's gone five or six or ten PBR events like. You have to show how he shows all the time. A few underperform at one. You're not just going to be put ahead of him. Because whatever like you're you perform better? Your snacks are better. All relative and I try and convey that to parents. It's like they. Everybody wants to be ranked high. I. Get it. You want to be competitive. Kinda how you said it's gotta the crap. She wants to get past the forty or fifty ranch. Because everyone kinda gets lumped together, so if you want to be above those kids or other benefits. For. Sure you have to be in front of the those is more like if you want. Pbr New York to rank you higher like yeah, if you perform all your, I wanNA. Throw Ninety one off the off the mound like you're on the radar, but if you want to perform how you set, The one kid shows up all eighty five last week while you were seventy eight here. I don't know what to tell you buddy like you were here. I can only do what I only put her rating on. What I see I can't go by. You know two things. We had two guys New York State James. The past couple of days which. Part of my soul away from my body. We had two guys. In the twenty one class. Eight ninety loo right is that we haven't seen ever and now because we're not out working our butts off just because there's a lot of kids, those kids weren't even those kids were not ranked. They'RE GONNA be seniors in high school. They deserve. Top fifteen, but we have to step. Does that mean that we're terrible? We all know that means we. That means that it's an impossible task for us to. Be completely accurate. Okay, we are doing the best we can with what we see, and if you're a parent and you don't understand that because we met, it's impossible and then undergo bobbies, honestly, if you're come into VR event or perfect game event or a baseball, fact prevents whatever event you go to and your sole purpose, there is to be ranked. You should not be there like you're for the wrong reasons. You should be coming because you want to build your baseball resume. You WanNa have an area online that you can build descend to college coaches, the better your chances of getting to the next level in some capacity. That is what we're there for. We're not there to make sure that your ranking is perfect. We're there to make sure we have your numbers. Your video of report everything accurate, but in one area for you than to send the colleges. You still needed to the homework. You need to your word and. I don't think anyone does byerly do especially. In the northeast nobody even close so it's you know I get the ranking questions all the time. It is completely objective. It's it's challenging. It's the hardest task we do I don't love it, but part of the job and we try to be as fair honest as we can be. Were baseball guys so at least for baseball? Guys doing it? You know we're not just going off metrics and numbers. We might like something about a player that has weaker numbers, but we we see Funchal. That's. As. You guys disincentives. It's it's like an impossible task. Is One of those while like you said with the the stats. That was really good insight for with the catcher of stuff like the catcher. Stuff can't possibly be one hundred percent. Like laser time right like it just can't. Because you know they're going to cheat a little bit, you could like. You said you could stop every single time. They cheap, but they're still going to continue to cheat so I i. get that that's one P.. Coaches need to take with a grain of salt and just watch the guys and see which ones they like whatever, but for all these other guys like bobby brought up like infielders throwing. A three step crow! Harza can across the Infield to get velocity. They're not gonNA. Throw that in a game ever either so when you start to break down the actual amount of like measurement. Of measurements that you can use to rank players objectively as possible. There's not really that many like your arm. Strength Your exit veal. Oh, you're running speed. That's it those objectives ones right and then after that it starts to become. Okay this this your through from Accra hop across diamond, but. He's also really good at like making the plays to his right side and he's got great footwork. That's all it's all subjective. That's all someone who's been around. The game is evaluating them. And that's where it's really tricky. were apparent might understand the game I get there ninety to cross a diamond through eighty six cross, a diamond, y higher the because feeder amazing. His hands are amazing, but there's no objective measurement tool for your hands as a player Zor. We I was not. You GotTa Watch. I talked to a college coach a couple years ago. He was like. We we'd like to see. Love the glove time because that's telling you yellow. They're getting into getting out of it. We they want. They don't care if they throw ninety across diamond. No, no one does. That's only a really weird situation a whole yeah. Farm Yeah..

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"pbr" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

07:44 min | 2 years ago

"pbr" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

"You know I want you to I want you to. Show me how you feel and I was like well. We don't have anything onsite to throw. No, Doug. I went and my grab some rocks. You know rocks throwing rocks on the side and work boots, overalls, showing you know. The Guy was trying to show off to his guys. I got I got an expo player on my staff. You know normally them. So. I started doing that and I was like I'm GonNa keep on a little bit and. Two weeks of thrown rocks in Ohio. I, asked the Guy Hey can I go to a child in Allentown Pennsylvania. and. He said you take a company truck. Headquarters you just use. Take it you go come back. We won't say a word so I did that. I got halfway. It was pouring rain. The Guy Tax me the a major league scouting bureau guy this. This was even have that anymore. Major League scouting. Bureau guys says Hey. We gotTA cancel the trial. And and I was like well. I'm like halfway and I got I gotta do this, and so he said. I'll get. I'll get a multiple catcher will find the bullpen, and once it clears up, you throw. I did that I got to I got to throw and. Believe, it or not like. I was ninety four to ninety seven from the left side and. I hadn't thrown that hard I was ninety one ninety three very much through all my entire career wall Sonam swinging sledgehammers, physical y'all get Manse, cranked and non throw ninety, four, ninety seven. And I remember thinking okay, said listen. I don't know what this means I have to put it out on the water that every. And I drove back in the company truck I got about halfway and had like seven office to be back into pro ball, so snaps when I set him. Many I'm going to do this. Again I'm still young. Enough might tied down anything and I'm going to get after it, so my I had my agent from what I played still really good friends that hey a set up a workout I had like fifteen teams down in Florida I went to embry riddle familiar with that one I'm real. The coaches awesome down there he was like hey, come down to my guys and will host. It was it was great, so I did that of sitting ninety three ninety six. Solid eighty-three monitor slider, which is the best I've ever throw a slider. In my life and I had I literally had to negotiate four. Signed with the pirates and wanted to Aa with them. Did the big league spring kind the next year and It was it was awesome. I got the play my home state and Altoona and. Now, that fast I want to. I went to the winter leagues played and. Ended up deciding to jump into the world and. I'll be honest. You guys like I. Love I love Lamb, and I love the traveling, and and the and the grind trying to get to the big, leagues. Like every time you went out your brothers yet, brothers on the other side. You had brothers Vol- fan. But you still you're competing right. You're still trying to outdo everybody because you want to get the big leagues and I thought that really. Really taught me a lot about you know just working through life and all the town is it gives you because maybe at workplace with someone. You both want to be that next level, Java. With it's a friend years and you gotta find a way to get through those kind of things so. So. Happy what I'm doing now help. Styles, kids and There's a lot of there's a lot of bad eggs in the baseball world. I can promise you guys that me and my staff to the PA. We are as the good guys, and we're working very hard for the player now and I think that's that's easily seen by what we do on social media. What we do at our client's long long wizard answer well, so we jump back. If this is like our movie script here so once you got signed. What was the word from the guys on the oil field? While, they were. They were happy for me, They. They thought it was cool from the start that they had a guy that played pro ball. That was good I mean I. was I was with guys from Oklahoma Texas. They're all up in the northeast and they didn't know anybody. And you know I I haven't solid personality so like we got along really well and like I, said I worked. I worked hard I wasn't I'm not lazy, so I worked hard and people respected at eight. You out here. People respect that. And I think they also thought it was cool that I was able to advance. Really fast like the crane license was actually a really big I can go operate a crane in any state right now. which is pretty wild. Thank you honestly like I can go do that. Make seventy five bucks an hour I wanted. Sponge. Bobby and his jeep right here and just like talk him in the river and say. Up and set him numb, really nice easily. Yeah, we have we doesn't. And It's cool driving. See The you guys know how much. Pressure, when you're I was driving a coiled tubing unit away two hundred and eighty thousand pounds. Coiled Tubing Unit as Dan. Are. You got to clarify what these things are so? So, if anyone that cares with probably no one does, and that's the FBI. No, but go on. We do any of this a FRAC. A fracking unit is like. They've. Go down the Galley ever well, they they create these. Safety stages trying to get natural gas out of the ground. That's like that's like early. Not explanation of what it is. A coil to unit is the coil that goes down in the ground about six thousand feet, and then those out another six thousand feet, and it either cleans the. Or drills plugs. They put plugs in each day to. You throw them housing. Start getting natural gas walk. Like I said hopefully cares. About, but that's what quotes. And we had you have to operate. The coil through a school goes down. You know you all that you have to watch weights and all this. lubrication down the whole y'all poppy zoo is a lot of there's a lot of things to, and it's. It is dangerous for the all natural gas like really deep in the ground and. That's why I went to law school and all that stuff. Is Really really complicated and it's. The tech is crazy that I mean you said six thousand feet like that's so deep into the ground. Berdyansk crazy, and then it goes mile. Isn't that over a mile? Then you go another email. Go down a mile out of mile summer longer than ABS little farther you get away the more weight and stuff the pressure you have to work. Look at because you know you're getting weaker. The farther you get away from the under unit, but yeah. I'm driving those around the hills of West Virginia hundred thousand pounds. I'm telling. You WanNa. Talk about the tight. Pitching in the ninth inning with Baseload Nafa driving a coil tubing union with people in the thing that one hundred eight thousand pounds on downhills and uphills. Scary ships Naga I actually have a slight experience with with that kind of thing so when? Hear me out, Wa. He's had never had a commercial driver's license, but in two thousand one A. Two thousand thirteen and two hundred twelve. My business partner Lucas cooking I, we I was a really good shopper for strength equipment in our my academy, so I was always looking for like surplus auctions and stuff like that I finally I was holding out for dumbbells for forever is if you've ever bought dumbbells, they're crazy expensive. You've one sixty pound dumbbell that ninety bucks. And then you need another one. That's also ninety bucks. It's like the worst value for what I mean. dumbbells sit on the rack most the time, right?.

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Professional Bull Riding to bring fans back to the stands in July

Kentuckiana's Morning News

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Professional Bull Riding to bring fans back to the stands in July

"Once more that may be getting back to it with fans pretty soon believe it or not all right what we get back in the ring in front of a live crowd PBR professional bull riders is planning a competition in South Dakota in July it'll take place inside a twelve seat arena but only thirty percent of the seats will be I'll be available to keep covered nineteen social distancing in place organizers are also giving spectators facemask or see you can get financing from it no matter how

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"pbr" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:35 min | 2 years ago

"pbr" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Want a job PBR professional bull riding is mind sport of choice these days and PBR actually was doing a number of of them before the big lockdown happened where they were still doing bull riding but it was the stadiums with no crayons a little bit different experience Ilene soccer teams performed or head matches in stadiums with no fans I don't know what this is going to mean far as each is going to be but if you're serving the sports and concert bands are people who want to get into groups and social experience things are different the other segment that I thought was an interesting one is travel influencers so these are the people who you know travel around and they do reviews of resorts and show how nice it is laying on the beach given the trouble is you know pretty much shut down this is a segment that I think it is going to be very very challenged there's been a lot of backlash against travel influencers anyways over the last couple of years where you know Instagram or YouTube big big names yeah I am getting slammed for wanting free travel in order to you know help all mention you on my blogroll mention your money Instagram or whatever so I think I think travel influencers just generically or are going to become an issue the other is there's going to be those businesses that are you know there are dependent on you know what I want to call in on the Lawrence will be what I would word it right so this is a wide range of businesses that are dependent on tourist now I live in northern Colorado right off my my room right outside my rants here ari am there rocky mountain national park and that the that fact the rocky mountain national park is closed therefore close to is a big issue is you know asters which is the gateway town into rocky mountain national park restaurants retail leave the ramp up going into the into the summer here is important that economies depend on rocky mountain national park which is one of the most popular national parks here in United States I live about thirty minutes away Utica park but it is very crowded with tourists in the summer I'm predicting that that's not gonna happen what do you do you're in a situation where you're dependent on florals right some of the people the rocky mountain they've been doing a lot of August the video creating virtual tours of the park people doing things around the edges of the park you know where you can get into the park between the rails and then around the edge of the park how do you make tourists you just think of the national park is being the only option how do you attract them to other things so those that are dependent on the tourist traffic they're definitely going to be you know very very challenging potentially this year and who knows depending on when people go back to wanting to get back on to you doing travel so the other one is in it this one's an interesting one is home buyers not a logical thing here with home buyers is is probably the fact that people are not buying homes or is the make up of a home I was talking with the number of people this week runs and colleagues that start around in one of the common problems that kept popping up walls as they wish they had purchased a house with two home offices right so both browsers now or working from home as a result of covert nineteen one of them is in the home office the other ones on the kitchen table and if they've got kids running around the house how do you work and deal with the kids how do you create maybe a a larger communal so I think one of things impacted barcode nineteen is that people think about how far in the make up of the perfect curls I think it's going to change it's not going to be about the yard it's going to be about Hey if next year code nineteen returns we go into another lockdown how my gonna work from home I'm struggling now but I'm being somewhat productive but I need to I need to make some changes in your and so I think that the customer segment of homebuyers gonna change not so much that people don't buy houses or people are not going to sell it's the type of house people are going want to bond with each other so well the home buyer I think is now going to be a difficult the other one and this one is an interesting one is old when I called these segments so these are the people who are really really into food really in two of the changes we're seeing a lot of people who are you know shot by spending a lot more time cooking at home the needle so therefore what trending or see a lot of video channels coming up on YouTube if making it much easier to cook at home and people buying and shipping food with complete meals even become more popular so I think that's interesting then the other one is what I would call the Germantown shows these are the people like you know if you're not familiar with you know Holly Mandel who's on America's got talent these are people I think it was going to come much more conscious of germs or you know what do you touch you know hobby does not shake shake hands doesn't do doorknobs I think we're all going to become more of that than what kinds of products and services you can contribute to those that are becoming much more germ conscious you know hand washing is becoming a much more important the social morals shaking hands or hugging or here to your testimony she can sometimes I don't think it's going to return to the for someone this whole we'll be right back for the first let's say you just bought a house your one step closer to becoming your parents you'll probably know the long and skinny body numbers to mow the lawn tell people to stay off the lawn compare it to your neighbor's.

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Microgrids can help us be more energy resilient

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

04:43 min | 2 years ago

Microgrids can help us be more energy resilient

"There is for the moment of brief respite in California from blackouts imposed by the state's biggest utility. PG Anne and from dangerous fire weather are but climate change means extreme fire seasons are the new normal PGA has said it could take a decade to upgrade it's infrastructure so it's less likely to spark deadly fires on Thursday. The utility reported a one point six billion dollar loss in the third quarter related to fire charges and a group of California mayors think thank. PGE should be turned into a publicly owned cooperative utility. But what if the answer in California and elsewhere is just to get off the grid or for for utilities to split up into lots of smaller micro grids. That's the topic for this week's Quality Assurance David Roberts covers climate change and energy for vox micro grid is a little miniature grid that can at least temporarily cut itself off from the larger grid in the case of a blackout or something like that and micro grids sort sort of can manage You know there can be lots of different resources. Within a micro grid there can be your rooftop. Solar panels on homes or businesses their home batteries. Like the Tesla Power Wall basically becomes a miniature utility of its own and there are communities in California installing these things already because they have a lot of benefits even outside of emergency power but obviously now the interest in these things is spiking in California and you see you know lots of like solar companies. He's in battery. Companies just being inundated with requests for the stuff. Let's the long-term business impact of that if you start to see this grid grid defection at a high level whether it's individuals or entire communities does that really reduce reliance on utility and frankly could weaken weakened even more well yes. The basic tension here is that investor owned utilities like PG any make their money by investing in things so they invest in grid infrastructure and then they get a guaranteed rate of return on those investments so naturally they want to invest best in grid infrastructure. Right that's where they make their bones but micro grids and sort of local power reduce reliance on this this big centralized grid which puts them sort of directly at odds with the financial interests of investor owned utilities as currently constituted. So we're in this situation now. Where the interests of California communities in becoming more self reliant In terms of electrical power is just sort of by structure. Structurally at odds with the interests of the big utility and that tension needs to be resolved are their existing utilities or states or cities that you know of that have that structure that are more open to this kind of micro grid and or different compensation instructor idea sure. I mean this conversation about investor owned utilities and how to restructure their incentives is going on all over the country. This is a huge hot topic in the energy world even even before this sort of interesting to kind of come out in the open and watch the public to engage in it but yes it's called performance based East Regulation Pbr's acronym and the whole idea. Is You tie compensation to performance metrics. Like how much renewables have you integrated or how how much Heating of you electrified and the utility performs against those metrics and has variable compensation depending on how it's doing so there are experiments in that kind of thing going on in New York in Massachusetts and other states. It's not a completely new thing but California for all its sort of reputation as kind of a cutting edge state in terms of its utility utility structures. It's very old fashioned very sort of behind the times in these things so it would be a scramble to do it now. Can Technology help here. Could Apple use some of its hoard to create a really good-looking home solar battery restorage energy storage system so there are very sophisticated systems available now. What's needed now is just bulq? which drives the costs down right? We need the market to be able to scale up efficiencies of scale will will set in naturally. So that's where California could step in right now. Just like set a couple of billion dollars aside aside for subsidies for vulnerable and low income homeowners to afford these systems. That seems to me like just a no brainer. The very first thing California. You should do David. Roberts writes about energy and climate change at

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Where In The World Can You Get The Best Pizza?

The Promised Podcast

05:02 min | 2 years ago

Where In The World Can You Get The Best Pizza?

"Won the voice of the city wherein at number nine's roosevelt street just a block from the banana beach one finds beto pizza which was recently recently determined by the generally considered authoritative for such matters big seven travel website to be the seventh best slice of pizza in the world according to big seven's sevens report quote there is one thing that the vast majority of the world agrees upon that without a doubt pizza is one of the world's tastiest dishes but where exactly will you find the world's best pizza end quote at the top of the list at number one one finds l'industrie pizzeria in williamsburg brooklyn judge to be the world's best because of quote it's combination of a perfect base and super imaginative toppings and quote number two is faremo pizza on via francesco saliha in naples italy which is quote perfectly fluffy with toppings that are simply outstanding and quote the scientists have big seven organization noted that the greatest virtue of a slice of bezos peter is the superior mouth feel and the fact that these slices there are quote unquote melt in the mouth good now it will be easy i think to overlook the magnitude of the accomplishment of those visa being seventh best in the world will surely strike anyone is a fine achievement still we all live in a world in which only gold silver and bronze stand on the podium and indeed only gold has the stirring employer of hearing it's anthem so one might be forgiven for regarding as an also ran an establishment that concocted the seventh best slice of pizza in the world and each morning created to the fresh however as professor alexander lee of the center for the study of the renaissance at the university of warwick and that is center spelled c. e. n. t. r. e. to you immediately sense it's gravitas wrote finally in a brilliant essays entitled simply a history of pizza that quote pizza is the world's favorite fast food food and quote as lee explains pizza has been enjoyed since antiquity in one form or another and the word pizza appears in a tenth century latin manuscript composed in eta in lazio italy but since the late eighteenth century when modern pizza was i baked in naples the popularity of the dish has increased geometrically the nine ninety seven seven manuscript records that the tenant of a local property pledged to transfer to the bishop of eta do a decent pizzas or twelve pizzas peter's on every christmas day and another twelve every easter sunday but i digress to understand the ubiquity of pizza and the vast -ness of its popularity one naturally turns two PM q. or pizza magazine quarterly the industry's most trusted source which is famous for its annual pizza power report or PBR quote a a state of the industry analysis and quote wherein one finds that fully one hundred and thirty four billion dollars a year are spent pizza and that the united states alone is home to seventy seventy five thousand two hundred forty three pizzerias extrapolating from the fact that sales in the US account for just under twenty seven percent of worldwide sales one may estimate that there are over two hundred and eighty thousand pizza restaurants on the planet in this light the fact that bezos pizza is the seventh best pizza in the world is revealed to be a truly remarkable chiffon putting it in the top zero point zero zero zero zero to five percent of all pizzerias then factor in that jews comprise less in two tenths of one percent of the world's population and you begin to see the true extent of the accomplishment finally as william slot of the to our organization and a student suit student of the crust and sauce has said quote there is no such thing as bad pizza only varying levels of deliciousness end quote raising the bar tremendously high hi among the two hundred eighty thousand unique instance of pizza and so long as we're taking a moment to appreciate the vast -ness of not just jewish but human accomplishment i have to express my admiration for the allergist at the big seven research organization the logistics of collecting samples from well over a quarter of a million restaurants around the globe and then exposing each to rigorous testing and compiling the vast amounts of data collected is itself an achievement that dwarfs the greatest accomplishments of earlier your generations like building the pyramids or landing humans on the moon the printing press or printing those pale little white m.'s on those fragile candy shells every eminem i'm an including every orange one and arguably nothing captures the spirit of this city we love so well tel aviv better than the fact that a mere one hundred ten years after it rose from the sands bands as modern histories first jewish city tel aviv is the home to one of the best exemplars in the world of an ancient dish that like the jewish people itself has against all odds survived and sometimes hostile world and in the fullness of time thrive to a degree that ancient romans medieval catholic bishops and the savant of enlightenment naples would never have thought possible today we

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"pbr" Discussed on Fat-bike Radio

Fat-bike Radio

05:38 min | 3 years ago

"pbr" Discussed on Fat-bike Radio

"Mike rep yet. Guys. Awesome doing great. Good to be here with you guys. See, I told you hear you sir. The battle camera came out of retirement in about ten years, and certain little bit. But I also had a couple of beers walls racing. Maybe a couple of beforehand, to so go faster now after the beer, handoffs from spinners ration-. No, no. I only read enough for me. You cycling around the course. No, that was that, that was the course Marshall at that corner. Fast. Yeah. Only had a few PBR's gave one away. Pull pull people off, if they didn't make that corner. Here's a few overhead or headed a little bit would it up and had my floor pump as a few people that borrowed my floor pump them might be legal. I don't..

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"pbr" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"pbr" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Crowded. I mean, you still want some people there for a nice little atmosphere, but at the same time, you don't want to wait for drinks. You don't want to have to bump into people. And you don't wanna talk loud and try to hear your friends over the loud music and other people. Yemen guy, totally hate that. When it's like, you have to scream at other people to try to have a conversation, then you leave the place, and then, you know, temporary hearing loss because everything's so loud. Oh, absolutely. That's precisely what happens and the older, I get the more. I realize that you know, you want to go somewhere and hang out with your friends, and you know, being a more intimate place and talk and have a couple of drinks. And you know, really enjoy the time instead of running around and like yelling and shouting for no good reason. Let's talk about where we're at here at Richmond's the would bars that satisfies. Our would criterion. Affordable drinks, you have the PBR and the shot was that show whisky you got that shot of whiskey, and it was six bucks for both. That's a great deal. It's a steal the PBR chapter six bucks and some good folks here. So your initial reaction so here, this is our first time here, I've never been here. Either. What do you think does this live up to everything you wanted living in this neighborhood? Trying to find a spot. I can't wait to come back yard. It's perfect for me. I mean, it's it's open. There's lots of seating. And I feel like it'd be easy to come here with the group of people. There's a nice a nice spot in the back over there. We seems like you could hang out with quite a few people and just lounge around and have a couple of cocktails. So absolutely. It's seems great. And this.

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"pbr" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"pbr" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Of Mason, low the bull rider who was killed from injuries that happened at the stock show. Now, the stock show is holding a fundraiser to help lose family stock show president and CEO Paul Andrews joins us now to talk more about that good morning. Good morning Marty. Thank you for joining us. Tell us about Mason low. I know he's very beloved and people really liked him. Not only as a writer, obviously was a great. But as a person to read up on. Mason, I didn't personally know him. But I was with the CEO of the PBR yesterday. And what a quality young man, we lost at the PBR the other night and a gentleman that was giving loving, and boy, it just breaks our heart at the national western, you know, in this accident Paul makes you realize if you hadn't thought about it in a while just how dangerous this sport can be. When was the last time you had a really bad accident at the stock show. Boy, I'll tell you. It's it's maybe been never we we we we've searched our history and can't find certainly any injuries. That were fatalities before you know, we've had Cowboys breaking arm here a finger there. But certainly nothing of this magnitude. I think the CEO of the PBR mentioned, maybe it's been twenty years since they had a fatality, you know, this sort so getting breaks our heart, and we're going to try to do anything we can for his family. I was going to say Paul you turn that. Shock and sadness into doing something right away for the fundraising. And you did it almost immediately. Tell us about how the fundraiser works fundraiser right now, we because we are a five oh one C threes,.

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"pbr" Discussed on Hi Haters

Hi Haters

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"pbr" Discussed on Hi Haters

"January six at Madison Square Garden, plus a boxing style Bulwayo in outside of MSG was today. How did that go? We bring a bull and like set up a little Pinot side. Yeah. Comes. We have what we have today. The. Yeah. Police department came. And so there's big scale then you weigh like eight or nine guys and see how much they weigh compared to action at twelve guys. Wow. Yeah. That was like two thousand pounds, and then they have a bull there. And then they put him on that scale to and then everybody takes pitchers. Yeah. It's pretty cool shit like that, you know, what it takes for that amount of guys to Tiki equal the bulls, wait assume as in boxing weigh ins, the bulls talk shit to each other. Can't tell what they're saying. Look at that. Look tickets are on sale now at TicketMaster, and this is the thirteenth consecutive year that they will buck into the world's most famous arena as the toughest sport on dirt launches in the twenty nine thousand nineteen season for PBR unleash the beast. Invading the Big Apple. Yeah. I definitely not doing anything Saturday. So I might have foam fingers for each of us about flying up tomorrow night to go really thinking about come on. Let's go well where are bruiser t-shirt foam fingers for them? We'll have our hats. Yeah. So have you seen annoying lady in the front row? Coming back because I'm poor about I'll be. But should we head into a break? We're going to break fellas. Thank you so much for coming in. We appreciate you taking the time to come in hang out with us. Go out, see them mashing Square Garden. They put on the best show that the city will see for a long long time. We appreciate it guys guys. Thanks so much for joining us. Okay. Pretty young thing. And then the rain..

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"pbr" Discussed on Hi Haters

Hi Haters

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"pbr" Discussed on Hi Haters

"Relaxing career. We believe you. You know, it takes out of your ready at their Rita. So you know, you're out of there. You gotta relax much as possible. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Probably back in the day. When have on the mechanical Buller too. But no nowadays. I'd probably. Or some stupid. How'd you finally get taken a tipsy Smick staggers bar had a mechanical bull one night? And I went a little too far. I was wondering that too you're from Canada, you're Utah. And there's bull riding in Australia. But do you see picking up and growing and becoming a bigger thing? Yeah. You know, we've always had Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Australia and the United States where are our main countries. And we've added this new format called the global Cup or they take the top seven from each nation and we ride against each other. So it's like an Olympic type format. Okay. Started two years ago. Now, they had it was in Canada. The first year was in Australia last year, and this year, it's a cowboy stadium AT and T stadium. And. Stand here. That's where it's at this year this Cup kind of format. So it's really I feel like that has really grown as well. Like, you know, you have that team aspect countries can get behind you. Yeah. We're getting guys from China from Paraguay. There's you know, there's a ridiculous amount of people starting to come forward. They're seeing this of sport and wanting to try it as well as as the fan base people I feel like especially when you come and see the events live like you really get an understanding for what we do if you if you just think of bull riders, you think of like a bunch of rednecks up on bulls and stuff, and then you come to an event and you're like, holy man. Like, this is pretty bad ass. Changed? My I it's the opposite with a NASCAR event you go hillbillies. And you're like, yeah. This is what it is opposite of that. But speaking on that, do I just wanted to say I saw the global Cup thing taking place at Dallas stadium, and you are going to be the first to compete in the historic all native American USA wolves team, which is awesome. So how did that come about? Honestly, I I don't know exactly how came about to to the committee and creating a American team, I think because each country the whatever the events taking place in so in Canada when it took place there in Edmonton Canada, had fourteen riders home soil gets double them out of rider. So each team usually has seven so home. So it gets fourteen and I think USA was trying to figure out a way I think fourteen riders from team USA would have been like majority of old PBR. So I think there are finger way, you know, how can we make this diverse? And I and I'm in I came in to the PBR like really made away this past year. So I think they saw that and say, hey, you know, what we can have a native American team full of good writers. And you know, and the team USA to help get the win more team USA. No offense, Tanner. Canada. We actually get on the show a lot of callers from Canada or something we have a Tanner that calls from Canada. Good amount. One time. We were like talking about Goldie wanted to ask, you know. Because I'm I'm sorry. There's like I think there's a slight delay. But we're talking about golden tea machines on the show that like golf computer game and Tanner called from Kenya's like I'm trucking over now Berta right now, and I know this car dealership, that's got one. I'm going to send it down to where like all right Canada for the win got chaps. And my favorite country music stars from your neck of the woods to Coulter wall. A huge. Yeah, he's from current. So that's like four hours from my house. I'm for prints hours. This catch it. So his dad was the premiere of our era. Go province Brad wall, man. Yeah. That's already he saw where you were from that was like another. He was like I'm going to tell them about my experience of the ball in this game. He's not going to ask about Coulter wall..

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"pbr" Discussed on Hi Haters

Hi Haters

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"pbr" Discussed on Hi Haters

"And it was just in the part. That was touching the ball. I'm pretty great something else. They gotta worry about this weekend. Ski these. Right. Of course. I think they might test. The bulls here this week. Speaking of the ball, do you ever get because to me it's chance right? You don't get to pick the bull. You get. And are do you kind of know who the bulls are first you do your research. And you're like, I hope I get this one or you don't know it's like down to the last second. So I think today actually the draw came out for the first day of what bulls we obviously take the top thirty five guys to top thirty five bulls. They put them into computer, and it's around draw. So then we'll kind of look at it. And some guys won't even look at it. They'll just roll in there and just who God don't try to make a game plan and just game on. But me personally, I like to I like to know their their tendencies are their tricks. They're wild animals. So there you can't really just focus that they're gonna spend one way or the other do the same thing every time, but they usually have their tendencies of which way, they might spin, right? Or, you know, if they might have some tricks to at least, I know that in the back of my mind, and I can kind of be ready for it. But yeah, ended the day. It's around. Mhm dry. You hope you get a good one and everything at this level is a good one. So really all you have to do is do your job and not really try to worry about the rest of that. But yeah, it's. Two different different coaches you like on a day to day basis when you're training and doing stuff you have like a regular coats like a head coach training staff. What are you? What are you guys do for that? Now, I mean. Yeah. We just so besides if you like lonely sport. Yeah. You're staying by yourself. And that's why all the good country songs are Bali alone. Cowboy out there doing we kind We of kind have. of have a cool come rodri- with the with our fellow riders. Because really the guys that you're competing against not. Really there your team. You know, they're whoever has the best bowl that day. If we all do our job. That's the person that's gonna win. So really, we're not writing against each other. We're just trying to do our job. You know writing that bull. So right. We we get to travel altogether, you know, to these different places every single weekend. So we spend more time really, you know, with everybody else than we are at home, lots of the time. So we get to become really good friends. And and be there for each other. When it comes down to the nitty gritties of it. So yeah, you're kind of that's your team and coaches and train with those guys. So you're all that. Yeah. Usually you like, you know, if you ride or buck off, you know, if you buck off so forth, you know, you have your friend, which in the media's eyes, and you know, all the fans is is technically your competition. You know, you'd go back to the locker room. And you'd ask him. What happened? What did I do wrong? What can I do better? You know, and they'll in Yan you cannot collaborate on that figure out what the solution will need. To be. So it's kind of a little different than most other sports. You know, when others look at the next person has competitor, you know, ties it's a friend. That's really really cool. And have you noticed? I know do we need to go into a break taps or because I can pick their brains all day about now. What we just keep rolling. Yeah. Is there is there is there a bowl this year that you look at and that everybody's like I wanna I wanna shot at that bad. Boy that has just been dominating the circuit. Yeah. There's a book called bruiser. I would say, oh, he's a two time world champion eighty three three now. People have worn three one three world champions on this bull. So, you know, like, for example, like how we win world champions. The bulls can win world titles as well. Oh, I had no idea. I'm learning so much..

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"pbr" Discussed on Hi Haters

Hi Haters

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"pbr" Discussed on Hi Haters

"And you know, if you muscle pulls and stuff like that. But nothing to the extent of his hopefully, we can keep it that way. What a great way for us to get you ready for the weekend. Hey, how'd you guys get hooked up? What's the worst thing? No. But that also made me think you're talking about strengthening and getting ready in my mind, no expert here. But I assume bull riders do nothing, but like day like your legs or just enormous. Like, how do you get ready for berating? You know, over the years, it's been kind of transferred over like, I think most modern people probably think that it's always been athlete. So you go workout and go to the gym. Well, no, that's just kind of starting to happen. Now back then there's more your cowboy you, you know, you ride horses. You work all day you get on bulls. And you know, then that's it. But now now you probably see guys in lake day, LA or, but I'm sure New York City is going to have a headlight come to our new bull riding like trainer experience class or you can like, yeah. I can see that becoming doctor machines. Yeah. Like the fake surfing classes, they have here. That's crazy. But so now are you guys into that too? Now or do you train or it's like now? Yeah. Like Tanner tattered, and I we go train, you know, do variety of different training. Like, you know, you try to stretch into yoga stuff as well. Because he got to stave limber flexible because these bulls like it kinda split him swim away. You gotta make sure you're able to basically the trainings. All just so whenever we do need to take care whenever we do need to give the extra strength. That's there and for longevity in our career. That's the main reason behind him. And you know, it does help. Yeah. I like him. I like him as an Cowboys doing nothing, but like yoga. Yeah. We do tons of. But yeah. Anything flexibility training corps strength. It's similar to would be to gymnast. Right. It's like a pound for pound strength. You're never gonna out power two thousand pound animal. So we have to be able to put yourself. Yeah. But it's all yeah. Like putting yourself in the position to take the power away from them from those animals, so you have to be able to control every single part of your being. So the Littler you are most of the time I'm tall and not supposed to be all right or most of the guys are shorter guys. And and, you know, really fit our center of gravity type fellows chats he'd crush it. I know. Little tiny legs. I'll be great at it bigger upper body. I when I got I wrote bulls a little bit in high school because I came from town. It's just outside of Alabama. And they were just I mean, very small nothing compared to what you guys do. But I got scabies from in. Because I wrote it did stores Comey timeout. Humanly possible to get scabies from we're talking to experts here. Yeah. I. He swears he Ron. And then he got done it in a bathing suit. No have you done it in a bathing suit. That's not recommended. No, really. I still I wanna go back in time and research this. I'm like it was fleas. But you insist it was from that bull. I promise you escape I had to like put this all of..

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"pbr" Discussed on Hi Haters

Hi Haters

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"pbr" Discussed on Hi Haters

"How's your cold in restless and his most he'll? Of have with Texas just to change the way feed. Chinos is until sir gino's. He's gonna go. No woman. There seem to stand around. Four of. Giddy up look to a special edition of the hi hater show as usual. I can't wait where we can't let get away with that playing rodeo and not the Garth Brooks version is a travesty. That's not. Ruston on Spotify. Oh, we're already making a poor showing our special guest, but I have chaps here coming in hot from Texas. We got Brennan the booth and we're joined by two of the top PBR bull riders in the entire world. We have Keyshawn white horse. My saying that not screwing that up and Tanner burn saying that correct to not screwing that up. But you guys are some of the most Keyshawn your number nineteen in the world last year rookie of the year, you number thirty one last year. And I was watching videos of you guys. And it like literally took my breath. I was very anxious. I had to watch the great British baking show afterwards to calm my nerves. I was very stressful. But you guys are in town because at MSG this weekend Friday through Sunday, it's the big competition here. It's the first of the year. Can you tell us a little bit about it? Yeah. It's going to be one of the it's actually a PR major. So it's going to be one of the biggest events for PBR throughout the whole year. I mean, the fans we love MSG are great. So it's gonna be overall as going to be the best ball rides and the best the best environment for PBR. Oh, yeah. And I think people to I've been to a couple of them here in New York City, and it's bizarre first of all walking up to MSG and seeing people in cowboy boots in New York City for the for and like hat's like the cowboy hats and everything because you're so not used to go into the bars around atmosphere because normally it's like for a basketball game or for the Rangers or forever and for some kind of concert. So that's always fun to see. And then the actual event itself to see MSG turned into a rodeo is. So so cool. So if you have a chance if you're in the area come out and check it out, but it's the first major event of the year. Have you had a long break, then or? Or or season runs through this weekend?.

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Atheist Nomads

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"pbr" Discussed on Atheist Nomads

"The best streaming service on the planet. Hey, I would love to say thank you so much. I love being on the show she wrote show being described. And if you didn't notice that delightful thing, I just could not get off that merry go round. Yes. Erin, actually prepared. So she saw this beforehand so exciting now tell me whether or not you like the unprepared or prepared Aaron better. I, you know. But I just flip of corn. But we do know one to PBR's is good. Yup. Bottle of not. I thought it was hilarious. Yeah. That was great. It was great. And I was like, I am so embarrassed. I tripped up over my words, I did not like it. It was great times. And then the final one is from this listeners perspective Lawrence undying passion for a soundboard is far funnier enjoyable than actually getting unemployment soundboard, so criminal please. Don't turn your podcast in the morning zoo. But you could just like we said get a soundboard. But you we. For Saint never mind TV. There is not as good. That well does no morning zoo. But how about an morning aquarium? Loop. Soundboard how about a morning heading zoo slightly. Smaller? She likes it. Anyway, the survey will be closed January five so if you want to get in we are getting really close to the fifty responses I was hoping to get. Yeah. Please go to atheists domas dot com slash.

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