11 Burst results for "Pete Freak"
"pete freak" Discussed on Scuba Shack Radio
"Time for another installment of sea hunt. It's still alive and today we're GONNA keep up our theme of Space Travel and sea hunt when we take you to season two episode seven titled Diving for the Moon In this episode premiered on February Fifteenth Nineteen fifty-nine. Think about that. We were still two years away from manned space travel in this episode. Mike is training a group of four pilots. Who are astronauts in training? One of them is a doctor. Dr Adams and then there's Ed Tom and Pete now they're supposed to be off the southern part of Florida but actually it looks like this was filmed off a catalina. At least from what the underwater topography looks like so these guys are in phase. Three of their training and their mission is to navigate to a supply base underwater at sixty feet. And they're supposed to stay there six hours in complete a whole series of tasks now one of the pilots. Ed stays top side to get the radio fix which is not working properly so he can monitor it for the weather. Seems like something's brewing. So they head down military style according to Mike. Now you've got Mike and Triples. There's two divers in doubles. And there's one guy in a single tank the underwater sequences have a little bit of everything. They're down near working on Algebra problems. They're playing checkers. They're doing puzzles. They're eating food capsules. And or drinking water Underwater. Now Ed finally gets the radio fixed and finds out that they are in the direct path of a hurricane so he high tails it down to let Mike know. Well now they have to try to make a break for the surface but as they're going up the line they find that the boat has broken from its mooring. Mike wants to get to the surface but the turbulence is too much and pushes them down to now they all need to go back down to the bottom and waited out. Luckily they have all those extra spare tanks now to communicate with the pilots might takes out his fairly large dive knife and starts tapping out Morse code on his tank. Not sure what happened to their slates. Anyway Mike Starts. Outline all the problems they're going to face nitrogen are Costa slow on food low on air and heat loss. He did say. The temperature is fifty five degrees. Wow that's pretty cold for a hurricane in south Florida there. Great shots of them changing over tanks with the double who's rags. Mike takes the empty tanks and ties them up for future use. Can you guess what that would be all about? Well now Hypothermia Hits Tom. He shaking all over. Dr Adams takes out a mouth thermometer from his bag to take his temperature. And it's not good. So Mike takes out a magnesium flare sets it off and starts warming them up interesting now. All heck breaks loose. Pete freaks out tries to bolt for the surface. But they catch doc. Adams gives him the first tranquilizer underwater shot through the the wetsuit. Then shock show up the vultures of the deep according to Mike Mike Chases them away would flare but now they need to get to the surface. How are they GONNA do that? They take out all the empty up cylinders and they build a ref pretty impressive underwater but they have to get to the surface. Luckily the hurricane is passed the coastguard dispatches a Hilo to show up just in time as they come up. There was a lot of underwater stuff. Here I can only imagine how much went into these underwater scenes. The show was almost all underwater. Now John Lamb is credited with the underwater photography and Harry Edmund Junior with all the underwater special effects so diving for the moon another connection between sea hunt and space flight. Hope you enjoyed this episode of C. Haunt it's still alive..
"pete freak" Discussed on Chicks in the Office
"Alarming video as well over the break. Cindy Crawford and Randy Gerber parents of Kaya Gerber outside ride. Her apartment looked like they were having a very tense conversation. Kyle a Pete Davidson. The whole thing does not look good. Good does not look and they look very worried. Yes what I picked up from watching this video. Is that rainy. and Cindy they were not fighting the were figuring out how to help Kaya and possibly how to help Pete because it seemed like Randy was describing Pete's reaction to something and Pete freaking now he was like his is he was describing Pete and Pete was acting and they were frantically trying. It seemed like maybe call and I I early trying to get into the apartment yeah It doesn't seem like it was something good is definitely something something bad happen. I think what probably happened was P was probably there with Kaya. Maybe something happen him. I don't know if it was drug wise. They were just worried about something something on. SNL He then made a joke and said he is going on and take your phone at a cost one hundred thousand dollars. Yeah so to me. That's that's you know. He's going to rehab maybe he. Maybe because I think that's what they would do there and that also was right after after the whole video that Simonian Randy having this intense conversation outside of Kaiser permanent it seemed like they something was going on upstairs. That was not good and they needed to take care of it. So e Ro this whole article about it you know. They Scott says why Kayaker parents are stepping in to help Davidson they row according according to a source. Close to Cindy Crawford. It's been a very stressful. And concerning few days that was after page six published the video of them outside her apartment they wrote. It's unclear. What issues if any are occurring in the couple's relationship but the source reveals that Sydney and Randy are taking on an active role in this situation? Sydney Randy wanted to be there for kyw. Hi and supportive of her. They are very involved in loving parents and they would do anything for her. They stepped in to try and guide her and to help through a difficult time. The source hints that the the Model Family is trying to be a support system for Pete since they see how quote troubled he is and how much he is. Struggling the insider ads. They tried to intervene and offer for what they could. It's been upsetting for and for them to see their daughter dealing with something so serious Since that happened they mentioned the SNL joke everything The source says that they are going to continue to support especially since they know. They can't choose her their daughter dates or controller situation. Their only choice is to support her and help guide her through this. They are just thinking about getting better nothing beyond that so if they are stepping in to help heat then makes a a rehab. Joe Oh gone on S. and L.. Maybe guys parents are helping with that. It's possible and then Kyle was seen with Cindy flying I'm like days after that as well. So she's not in New York any longer so it seems like something must happen with Pete. They were alarmed. They're stepping in now. They want to help kyw. They WANNA help appea- clearly see that he's having trouble. They feel bad. That Kaya is now in this relationship or she needs to help heat because he's relying on her and and she probably who knows if it's going to be the end of them or not because I think once your parents step in and there's this big problem will be interesting to see if she stays with him because yeah I feel like Cindy and Randy or no. Let's get him some help. And then you're done with this. You don't want this to happen again which I feel bad because it seems like Pete just has these problems that keep keep coming up and try to get help and then it's bad and it's good and bad phil bad for P.. I agree although we don't know the circumstances so kounose what was happening but either way seems like you need some help and I hope that And hope that you know all these reports are true. Oh and that Kai's parents do supporter and I feel like they do. They've always been very. I feel like a.
"pete freak" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"I don't know why I think it's because of the level of stress that my body's under under it all I can tell you exactly what it is because it happens to me on certain days and it's sympathetic nervous system overdrive on a ton of blood away from your gut. Everything just sits in there and ferment ferments because they can't digest. I needed that explanation because I couldn't tell I would just like literally. Send my girlfriend would like dude just finished as hard as workout and I cannot stop for a lot of athletes are like what I needed to go map and he's a high carb low fat high fat. Low carb is like you just bought your like. You can't digest itself off yeah and that's probably going to be a problem for many years sucks so what I was saying. Though is I basically competed against these guys and you know I beat them. mm-hmm and I feel like I still didn't get the street cred for being fit athlete like they're like Oh. You beat us in your little mud run thing. I'm like Goddamn. I'm sick and tired like these guys get pegged as the fittest on earth and I'm like honestly I think that's a crock of bullshit because I know so many people blow your minds. I'm like I got friends who can run some fifteen minute five ks as in bench like four hundred pounds like there's Pete freaks out there and they do different things to do that by the way just some guys in Hollywood or pretty nasty but I mean the reality is is like I'm almost there though I can run as I used to be able to run some fifteen minute five gain I can bench over three hundred pounds right but can I run four hundred meters while doing higher up benches into ring muscle up into walking on my hands during the missing component of cross fit in terms of claiming to be producing the fittest man or woman on Earth would be like the stamina the endurance component. I would say that it's just it doesn't like today is a better example for me. It's such an incredible test of stamina but then it's like also also incredible test of strength but it's not extremely technical strength yeah. There's a barrier to entry there. If you don't have technique then you can't play the game doesn't matter her how strong you are a little bit of resilience to I mean like there's the elements right like cold and the attrition component of of having to fuel not just pre and post us but during like there's a lot of little things that happen in these longer events yeah I mean it's interesting so I came to that crossroads like I need need to prove to myself that I could at least do what these guys do because I'm never going to. I'm I have this like tearing feeling at me every morning. When I woke up and started training again that was like like beat them or at least get the satisfaction of being toe to toe with them again in their own world? I'm never gonNA feel satisfied athlete because I've won tons of titles obstacle horseracing. I've been undefeated on broken skull ranch. I've been undefeated in this. I've been undefeated in that and it's like yeah. Those are things I'm good at. It was easy for me not necessarily easy but it was just something something that I trained really hard and I was very well-versed in I needed to get out of my comfort zone and like jump in the water with a bunch of great white sharks and just feel that fear and feel that intensity around me so within that like it was kinda crazy as I.
"pete freak" Discussed on Sports Criminals
"Welcome to sports criminals podcast original every week we dive drive into the dark side of sports history and look at athletes who not only broke the law but broke the rules and covenants of their sport will also so uncover how their actions impacted the history of the sport they played. I'm Tim Johnson and Carter Roy. You can find episodes of sports criminals and all all their park asked originals for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream sports criminals for free on spotify just open the APP anti sports criminals and the search bar at podcast. We're grateful for you our listeners you allow us to do it. We love let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram Damn at podcast and twitter at podcast network this is our second episode on Pete Rose Major League Baseball's all time leader in hits as well as one of only three living people currently on the MLB's ineligible list last week we traced Pete's incredible career career as he went from unheralded prospect to legendary superstar we also examined his obsession with gambling and how this lifestyle became more problematic Blah matic as his success group this week we'll continue to follow peace quest to pass ty COBB's all time record of four thousand one hundred within ninety one hits but as his gambling habits catch the eye of the most powerful men in baseball pizza place amongst the greats becomes uh-huh jeopardized ninety four hits. That's all forty four year old Pete rose needed to pass ty hi cobs all time hits record and is the nineteen eighty five season approached. The newly minted Cincinnati Reds player manager was all but guaranteed to shatter a record once considered unbreakable that is if his gambling problems didn't catch up with him first Pete's returned to Cincinnati also meant a return to his old gambling circles. Although he had kept up his illegal sports betting after leaving leaving the reds in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine the bookies in Cincy knew him he was Pete Freak and rose an icon a legend what's more he was one of them. Pete may have been a celebrity but he didn't act like some stuck up millionaire take away the baseball ball uniform and he was just another guy from Anderson ferry if he wanted to make a bet all he had to do was ask and Pete Pete certainly wanted to bet in the fall of nineteen eighty four he found out from a friend that the real action was taking place out of a local Gold's Gold's gym but Pete was too recognizable to stroll through the doors and start placing bets himself as we discussed last week betting on any sports sports other than horse racing was illegal. If it was too obvious that Pete was breaking the law he could risk getting arrested however that didn't didn't keep him from gambling he just had intermediaries place wagers forum with a bookie named Ron Peters by December he was using using Peter's to place two thousand dollar bets on up to ten football games every weekend and as the bookie would later confess pete eventually started betting on baseball to his bold play on the field to his extramarital affairs pete had had always been reckless but betting on baseball was taking it to another level betting on baseball had been a stain on the MLB MLB legacy since the so called black socks nineteen nineteen scandal in which members of the Chicago White Sox were accused of purposely throwing throwing the world series the black SOx scandal violated one of the most sacred tenants of the sport that the most deserving team would emerge emerged victorious to restore the public's faith in the League rule twenty one section D was created in nineteen twenty seven according to this stipulation if any employees of a major league baseball team was caught betting on baseball games they would be placed on the permanent imminent in eligible list that meant they would be barred from participating in any official. MLB events for the rest of their life. If repeat got caught betting on baseball he wouldn't be able to continue his quest to break ty Cobb's record. You'd be forced to step down from his position and as the reds manager he wouldn't even be able to enter a stadium unless he bought a ticket like everyone else but for Pete to be found in in violation of rule twenty one he would have to get caught betting on baseball and there were few factors making such a thing extremely unlikely first the very nature of underground bedding made it hard to trace any wagers back to pete in addition to relying on cash Asha exchanges bookies also made sure to refer to people using codenames for instance Pete's Moniker was the number fourteen gene. It wasn't particularly subtle it word on his back and every time he took to the field but it's still kept his name from being uttered allowed second unless a police officer went undercover exposed a bookmaker and convinced them to out their clients. There was no real way to catch Pete Red handed ended and even then with so little in the way of physical evidence it would be hard to actually prove Pete had made the bets especially Louis if he used someone as an intermediary to place bets for him but all these roadblocks were useless. If Pete didn't keep his mouth shut talk about what he was doing all it would take to bring him down was pete trusting his secret with the wrong person as it turned out that person was his own mother Laverne apparently Pete Disgust discussed his gambling with laverne however he neglected to mention that she should keep it a secret unbeknownst to Laverne she was sitting on a powder keg that could destroy her son's career and when a Cincinnati Inquirer journalist named John Iraqi came calling she inadvertently Lee let it blow up ahead of the nineteen eighty five season Iraqi visited Laverne to do some background research for his upcoming book chronicling Glinka Pete's attempt to break ty COBB's hit record as they chatted Laverne. Let slip that Pete had lost a lot of money when he bet on the San the ACL padres to win in the eighty four world series against the Detroit Tigers although a rarity had just moved to the sports division from Metro he was pretty sure that it was against the MLB's rules for Pete to bet on baseball. If he decided to dig any deeper he could probably find out not enough to get P placed on the ineligible list but Iraqi stayed quiet betting on baseball was considered a high crime against the sport court at the same time. Pete was only ninety four hits away from passing COBB. If Iraqi exposed the hometown hero when he he was so close to breaking the record the journalists would probably get run out of town for the moment pete secret was safe as the nineteen eighty five season dawned all anybody in Cincinnati could talk about was when Pete would break the record. It didn't matter that the man known as Charlie Hustle was old and slow the reds faithful knew he deliver come hell or high water. He always delivered even at forty four years old Pete certainly seemed up to the task even though his body couldn't take the grind of playing almost every day he got into the lineup enough to consistently rack up heads throughout the spring and summer by the time the calendar hits September he was within striking range of COBB's record by September eighth. Pete was at four thousand one hundred hundred eighty nine hits only two hits away from COBB. It was the last of a six game road trip and much to the delight of Reds Fans Hands Back in Cincinnati. The Chicago cubs were planning on playing a left handed pitcher one of Pete's rules when he returned to the reds was that he would never never play against lefties even as a switch hitter they gave him too much trouble. Despite the fact that the record was in his sights he planned to honor honor that rule he wouldn't bat again until the reds came home. It was all but assured that Pete rose would become the new hit king in front of the Cincinnati Cincinnati faithful however fate had other plans the morning of the Game Pete found out that the pitcher the cubs were planning on playing got injured instead the right handed pitcher Reggie Patterson would be taking the mound when Pete heard the news he practically we started salivating. He had scored a single off Patterson only two days earlier although he had hoped to break Cobb's record while at home he couldn't risk not not playing at his age every game counted so he put himself into the lineup in his first. I Bat Pete hammered another single off of Patterson he was one.
"pete freak" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast
"Chocolate bunnies and the reason for that eight and a half is because i wasn't sure because i'm not sure if i'm able to keep my personal feelings impatience out of this and just let it flow over me and i'm finding myself less and less impatient in the way i was impatient when i i watched this but i'm still impatient and a sense of i want cooper to be okay. I want everything to be okay. He turns turns out to be okay but yeah. I'm still i still don't. I still don't like what everybody has to go through to get there. I mean if if you think about it cooper only appears in this season three in the first three episodes and then what the last five i have yes four something like that so he's not even in half of the series. It's mostly dougy yet mostly dougy and so i think that makes the cooper pulse goober as our school and i wound up liking doug ama like the people who are around dougie. I like his strokes of luck things like that. It's some you just you know. It didn't freeze up. I was a for words. Oh okay all right. There wasn't a pause. I thought your thyroid froze there all right <hes> yeah so it's a little frustrating <hes> but the good thing is we know that there is a the payoff is just takes us a good long while to get there now. The good thing is of course we get <hes> the name we watch his genie the and that helps liven things up. That's so great stand. She's just she's great so <hes> that helps but but but it it is frustrating especially when if you're watching this for the first time because you're just like can cooper get back already. I'm like after a couple of episodes. You're just like okay. <hes> this was nice but can we move things along now. Story wise narrative wise start getting yeah. I am i start getting caught up in the in the dougie story and get caught up in the mitchell brothers and so you so you get into it you do get into it. I do get into the dougie in store. Yeah can imagine like the mitchell brothers. They're fun to fund what and the candy mandy and sandy candy. Where's my bloody mary. I just remember that how upset candy was when she's hits <hes> bradley bradley in the head with with with a with a remote trying to kill that fly by trying to kill the fly and feeling horrible about it. Oh yeah that's the thing it's like you. Don't think of that kind of stuff so funny all right so i'll give it yet or give it that then then we'll get there obviously as well all right <hes> for we sign off. We got some feedback backed out time so glad to get some feedback. He's back. Do you want to go do yours. I i okay all right so <hes> so we got a private message. I got a <hes> we got an email to our ghost would account goes with podcast gmail.com if you want to do the same so we got <hes> email from chris lassiter in raleigh in raleigh north carolina suit and <hes> he says it's it's titled thank you from a fellow twin peaks fanatic exactly one of us one of is so he chris threats in charleston zan. This has been a long too long in coming but i am writing to just to say thank you. The ghost would podcasts has been an absolute blue joy to follow keeping the twin peaks discussion and lore alive two years after season three aired you to possess the same fervor that i have after the twin peaks universe and consider you kindred spirits in this continuous journey. We'll right back at you. Chris exactly thank you chris. Thank <music> chris continues. My absolute favorite was your rewatch of season one and season two even though we didn't get all the way through season two but you know we did pretty well. We did it pretty well as we can recapped a lot of stuff <hes> in walking beside you in this rewatch. I see what you did there. Walking fire walk with me that whole thing <hes> i found two partners who through your commentary helped me to learn to gain new perspectives and to laugh out loud on occasion well congrats on getting the absolute point fantastic. That's exactly what we do so cheers chris <hes> in addition i found your episodes the james hurley saga and josie packard as the condemned woman to be heroic efforts giving deserved attention to subplots and character arcs that are often ignored. That's awesome. Thank you so much. <hes> keep doing what you're doing. You keep the twin peaks mystery in journey allied exclamation. Mark and i thank you you personally for that p._s. If you're ever seeking a guest on ghost would be thrilled and honored to meet you too and to discuss the universe we share share and love smiley face. That sounds like plotting for the future charles. Maybe we might have to reach out to chris on that. Think about this. Yes we might also leaves <hes> signs off with adele cooper quote. Which of course is <hes>. This one is i have no idea where this will lead us but i have a different feeling it will be a place both wonderful and strange which is one of my favorite delcor quotes so we're trying to win me over chris. You're doing a really good job. Oh he's got me. He's won me over. Thank you very much chris. Use saucy minx you yes definitely it is always wonderful to meet another fanatic and somebody who gets our humor is makes us feel a little less like a crazy weirdos. Look yeah we're. We're not. We're not alone now. We're not alone you and i felt so alone until we met each other exactly how however we were not alone and it's a great feeling exactly so so let let go s- would-be this refuge for all you lost when peak souls out there. We're here for you. Lost pete freaks or peas or peaks geeks. Whatever you wanna call yourselves. We're here for you into talk. Twin peaks of course ecorse determine exactly so <hes>. I guess we'll have to reach out to chris sounds for sure yeah. We'll figure out something to talk about so <hes> thank you so much for writing in chris and they so much for listening. We really appreciate it really hope you talk about us and through and you know if chris says keep doing what we're doing. That's permission. We gotta keep doing it exactly so for nothing else. It's chris's fault. You blame him now. Since yup crisanto obedient exactly so you tell us what to do. I received a private message from golden brown onto my facebook account and she says i'm listening to ghost would recaps of the return. I love it's so very much is what she says. Sir i i responded responded back to her and her profile picture is her doing cusp of senorita daito. You must have loved that. Oh she was immediately really that's awesome person and so i told her how much i loved it and she said that it was an intoxicating experience because she and somebody else who was dressed up like the firemen did re-creations shots excellent and that it was just practically religious experience to do. That's awesome you know she is beautiful her costumes beautiful and it was i was i was do we have we have pictures. We could share or now. He's a buddy so do we have pictures we can do we pictures we can share or no well if she wants to put those pictures on the ghost would facebook group. She is more than welcome sake geico. I just don't i just don't want to share photos without somebody's permission. Exactly that's why i so yes so so goldie please head on over the gosford facebook page and shows your costume because it's amazing. We'd love to see it yeah. I don't think she'd mind too much because it is her profile picture but again. I don't want to pursue that awesome so she also goes on to tell us that goes. What is your favorite twin peaks podcast and she taste yeah. I agree so and she also says that. It's refreshing to hear a woman talking about twin peaks right so that's that's one of the things i wanted when i i is reached out to an because we get it enough tired of old white new talking about twin peaks so i know like somebody somebody besides me needs to talk about this stuff and don't need another twenty sausage. Fest is what you're exactly exactly and obviously i knew zand from way back so oh i thought she would be perfect for this surprise she is. Hey i do my best so she says that she's almost done with our return episodes. It's and she loves the return and she looks forward to burning through the following episodes diving deep into the ones prior and told her that we are revisiting the return and doing running commentary on it and her comment was oh my sweet lord revisiting the return. I am dead. Hopefully not we want kill listeners. I think that's young people speak for yes. I'm not i'm on the twitter and all that with the kids and the instagram's rams and thins she also she is in boise idaho and doesn't know a lot of other fellow people there. I've been to boise. I go. I have never been to idaho so she's in boise idaho and says you know if anybody out there directing her way because she doesn't have any <hes> philippic freaks out there so hey if you're in boise shout out on the facebook group shut down on the twitter group and quote closer to snoqualmie washington the we are so i know seriously i'd be like long weekend. Let's drive the snoqaulmie trip trip for the trip exactly so yes so because she private message man facebook goldeneye are now friends on facebook and it's wonderful to know her and have her as a fan so thank you very much goal before we're reaching out yeah. Thank you so much golden and <hes> you know good call <hes> approving of zan. Thank you so yes. Oh you are very wise so yeah exactly so <hes> yeah zan deserves all the love you guys. Thank you charlie. Although charles needs good good down but <hes> white maleness food okay. I work with a handicap okay so yeah. I'm a white guy right out of the game exactly i yeah i know i do what i can. You know just i'm not a racist rapist. My name is charles. I tried not to be so you know pretty easy to be so you just don't do it. Go figure kid who knew who knew that was is the secret right. Don't secret yeah. Don't be an a hole. That's so easy. It's one less thing to do during your day. It's weird right. Okay all right right. <hes> what can like. I said all right. <hes> thank you guys. Thank you goldie in. Thank you <hes> chris for writing in. We really appreciate that. It's so great to hear from listeners so <hes> we want to hear more now. We're getting spoiled. Yeah drop is a line. You can either reach each out to us of course on facebook that goes with the twin peaks podcast or you can drop us a line. Let chris did at ghost would podcast at gene dot com the achie- man goes with pack as gmail.com.
"pete freak" Discussed on Sports Radio 610
"To see it to believe it and and so we sit around and talk about it and there's no doubt about it there's there's a ton of respect needs to be given to the rockets organization for what they've been able to pull off and not just the Westbrook deal with what they were able to put together with Chris Paul and James harden was awfully impressive so there's no doubt about it that the the resume is impressive but like you said it just to me winning and championships that that takes the cake that steals the show so until that happens I would have a hard time putting him about putting him above the guys that have of championship and someone got check both multiple championship right so yeah it's it's it's fair it now you'll you'll have to you'll have to figure out the soft you that will baby it's fair or not I'll I'll take your opinion over anybody's on it do you my god that's klystron rubber candle we are Clint and camel urine Houston sports leader sports radio six ten all right let's talk Astros in Jose Altuve way because click my favorite player growing up I grew up in Minneapolis Minnesota my favorite baseball player growing up was Pete rose I still love Pete rose I wish she was still on the fox broadcast because I I like his energy alike is honesty Jose Altuve a yesterday got is fifteen hundred fit all by the way on a three run home run that took her to a lead to make it a five a leading basically was game over first of all fifteen hundred hits ought is is the franchise record for fastest beating the great Jeff bag while Bagwell by more than a full season but this is where the stack it's really cool he is the head of Pete rose's pace for hitting we say that again wholesale to be as a head of roses pace we're heading off to all eleven hundred and ninety games and dog spectrum sportsnet did a great job of running the stat yesterday Jose Altuve a is ahead of Pete rose by nine hits at the same point in their career rose is the all time hit leader my friend how cool is that staff it's it's unbelievable it's just one more one more thing that we take for granted right I don't I don't want to say yes I'm a spoiled fan but it's just one more thing that you just sit there watch these guys rake on a nightly basis and and you you really just take for granted that you got a modern day Pete rose in the making right here in front of you in in in in terms of of some of these other stats are you know in in now I'm now I'm thinking click you don't you know how might like history brain is wired I'm thinking three thousand hits right okay it like he's it fifteen hundred faster than Pete freaking rose all I'm a baseball historian and I I was a history major and it in school so that the stuff just gets me going on if he maintains the pace that he's all right now he will reach three thousand hits at thirty eight at the latest okay because I'm including partial seasons his rookie year when he played I don't know half of the year so it could be thirty six or thirty seven when he hits three thousand hits when he's got five more seasons under contract with the Astros actually that big extension to the side kicks in next year it'll be five years exactly twenty six million perk all I don't believe you will get to three thousand hits on that contract what he will on his next contract in hope hopefully that's here in Houston yeah I would I would think that relative to the position players I mean this is something this is a good conversation to have down the road may be breaking the relative to the position players I don't know that he's not the door the priority one priority number one is out to right now I know he's under contract and so there's no need to be concerned about of a relative to keep it a guy here for his entire career out to the other the pigeon obviously that you'd love to be able to restore and have a conversation about we love to be a to keep cold here for his entire career all of us will be able to happen or not but take the pictures out of the mix of that's a different those are different animals but we're talk about position players and hitters I got to believe that if if al to bay being here his entire career is not property number one right if it's not one a it's one B. maybe Bregman in in the it is far as a position players may be Springer's in that conversation right but yeah the point is is that it would be it would be awesome to be able to buy a ticket and go down the street watch the Astros watch out to ray become the the all time hits leader unbelievable man so he's twenty nine years old right now now thirty one thirty two when when the clock starts to tickle loudly right the clock isn't even really tick and right now I mean it's just in domina running as you go down the road twenty nine years old halfway to three thousand hits and I was looking at the back is you know his stats on baseball reference dot com I think was four consecutive years of way more than two hundred hits injuries have hit him a little bit lately on what al to bay is looking great right now like the body right in terms of the knee surgery in his eye he's just he's really playing his best ball the year in that batting averages creeping closer to three hundred my friend yeah and and when you watch these guys when you watching play I mean it's it's it's unfair I mean he swings out of issues damn near every time he swings the bat I mean how how this guy makes contact at a at a clip of which you just you just mentioned of the fifteen hundred here it's the the pasted to knock three thousand down I mean I mean the fact that that guy is that good of a contact hitter that good over here with two strikes that he has that generates that much power all of that the fact that god does it coming out of his cleats when he swings every at bat is impressive it is entertaining to watch man I can't believe this is all coming from the pint sized like five foot six frame right now I'd just right right he really is a marble wait Miley did it again yesterday got his ninth win dropped at your rate of three point oh six no runs allowed in five innings speaking of yesterday was a tough day for me may I saw this week it was a tough tough weekend for me Saturday I watched as John watch and in a joking manner try to chase down a gathered picked up a farm when I'm thinking no no no no no we don't we don't have strange really six four and and then I watch out I flipped the TV on watch the Astros yesterday and I see Miley rounding second right right who opened it to third I'm thinking all made we don't need we don't need that just pull pull reins back a little bit young fella and if you get thrown out of third so be it and so so yeah those those two times this weekend on Saturday once on Saturday once on Sunday if not my heart skipped a beat because I was worried about I want one of our two of the top athletes in our in in the Houston sports world they were pushed a little bit too much for my liking and in terms of what you mentioned Wade Miley he got a walk on and dot Springer hit what I forget where maybe was into the corner but the announcers were talking about that like any position player would have scored from first base on that he's Wade Miley's a pitcher to cleanse point we don't need him out there are you don't spraining an ankle pulled a hamstring anything like that it didn't matter because a couple batters later Jose Altuve a came up three run don't they hit the we're talking about you get fifteen hundred yeah he had to hope for to third but he he did just coasted in home after out to Joey thank base coach thank you hold me back yesterday when the we'll send an old one before we leave the Astros one thing that that I I saw your state in the broadcast is is they were they were they highlighted how Miley is changing up how how many times he's he's using certain pitches like in in this the last twenty starts he was the adult to change up seventeen percent of Tom and and the last start before last night he achieved only change up thirty one percent of the time so think about my point is this the dudes out there just having a hell of a season have an absolute beast of a season any steel tinkering with you know what pitch is he's gonna throw when and how often he's gonna throw one to to the to the accord of seventeen percent over twenty games too thirty one percent in one single game and that's that's pretty impressive I ask myself is that is that more about the the line up or is that something he's trying to find his sweet spot what he's really good at I think it's more the lineup click to answer your question and what is Wade Miley good at keeping hitters off balance if they know the percentages seventeen and hits him with thirty one all of a sudden other like what the hell was he throwing all these changes this is an who years so yeah I got to say as the trade.
"pete freak" Discussed on WSB-AM
"My life so many thoughts, but I can't. The reaction. Is utter. Dejection. In. Gee. Two. Hugh talk, Jamie is married. Welcome to take your daughter and son to work. This is what it looks like stuffed up inside the US capitol building. What do you think with three kids? This is from twenty eleven I don't know how much news get covered today. But that's what looks like today. So hope you had your kids at work as well. Say goodbye. In that office. Jamie has heard thousands of speeches over the last thirty years. However, in spite of the severe health problem, but in two thousand seventeen Jamie has remained active. There was one about him Twitter and his news, blog Mr Speaker, Jamie Dupree is a perfect example of the positive role that devoted and professional journalists play in our free society, and I wish him and his family all the best during this most difficult time. Thank you, Jamie. Got speed retarded Florida congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen that one minute on the house floor, which is what you do in the beginning of the day, you can talk about anything you want for literally, an exactly one minute, and I spoke about Jamie Dupree. I think it was really clear how much Jamie means to Capitol Hill, Washington producer Dory, shaima news that he had lost his voice kind of got out win congresswoman Ileana roughly men went to the house floor and talked about, Jamie. And not sparked a Washington Post piece and politico piece. And it really drew attention to what Jamie was going through that a lot of people even on Capitol Hill who saw him all the time, so day today didn't know that he was dealing with. Meanwhile, Jamie, Cox media group desperately sought a way to get him back on the air. I was thinking about Jamie. This is rob Yaron CMG's vice president of content strategy, and research, and I was thinking about how there must be a way to create a customized voice. And that was the key. That would take a human's voice into account. Countess Presley's WSB's director of community affairs. We knew with technology and artificial intelligence that there were companies out there that we're working on synthesizing the human voice, so that people who could not speak would get their voices bag. Adobe was working on a program, and we got all the way to this CMO the chief marketing officer at adobe, because we thought an amazing story this would be. For us to tell for adobe to tell about how they were able to help a radio quarter. Reclaim his voice only thing is once we got that point adobe scratched the project because they were concerned that the technology would be used for an toward means. And so we were like, oh, because we thought we had something and then we did. So then Marian Pittman who's on our executive leadership team. Pete's freaks program director and always has been a crate, fan and supporter of Jamie's work because she understands and appreciates. Great journalism Marian got her staff rolling on deepening, the search and being able to do it fulltime and, and be able to find someone who might be able to do this. And then might Lupo from Marion staff found Sarah proc in Scotland doing some online searching I ran. I discovered the video of the film critic Roger Ebert, who lost his voice to throat cancer, Sarah. Pock reassembled his. Voice reassembled as why some old tapes, and basically, gave him away, after many years. And I've emailed them and said, hey, let's talk about whether or not, you can do this for Jamie thirty year veteran with a great track record is journalist, and they were thrilled to do it. So we started meeting with Sarah Rockin. They what they do is they take samples of someone's voice, they kind of put it into the talk like a layman they put it into a big pot. They mix it all up and the consonants and syllables and the inflection all gets mixed up. And then when they when you type it in it seeks out the best example of that of putting words together, sometimes it's the entire word it may be that they have to connect different syllables to form words, the more content that you have that you can put into this, that it can pull from the better. I'm a woman of deepen abiding faith, so I'm just going to say right off the top that the syrup rock solution. In my view is a total. God thing they were very interested in working with Jamie and my goodness. We were thrilled have the opportunity to work with them said there was a problem. Normally we would record speaker. Maybe for thirty years in the studio Graham Leary, professional services with Sarah, but we didn't have the possibility James, James case q to Jamie's condition Abel's coming under court phonetically balanced grits. So what are we gonna do? We're thinking, God, this isn't gonna work that's going to work. Why because Jamie is the most thorough and organized. I may call them at audio order, but he has audio archives of his own reporting going back for decades, and we set Sarah rock two hundred and fifty three hundred samples of what Jamie sounded like when he was creating a report and from that they were able to recreate his voice April. V twenty first before we get to the agenda, the first planning call with syrup rock. Is there anything Jamie wants to say? Graham. You for your help. I look to. What is even more awesome than the fact that syrup rock? A wanted to work with us be was able to work with Jamie's archived audio files, and then see created his voice is that Cox was willing to pay for it. It was not it was not a project. Alex Taylor, Jamie was always a great reporter company president and CEO. They always has been he's always been a big hit on our radio stations. But he is more than just to reporters, a great teammate. He's a great collaborator. And so for us helping Jamie was never really a question. It's not like we evaluated the cost and decided. Yes or. No. I mean, there was never any question as to whether or not we were going to help them. He's part of the family. So in total. Two, maybe three months voice, because once have the transcriptions recordings of actually building the voices, Israel, typically. It's relatively quick, obviously at first, some phrases sounded better than others. But we felt strongly enough about it that we, we sort of committed even with version one that way, we would come up with a plan to debut it on all of our radio stations. Probably about three weeks. After that, June eighteenth. Free to Jamie.
"pete freak" Discussed on WSB-AM
"You can talk about anything you want for literally an exactly one minute. And I spoke about Jamie, do pre I think it was really clear how much Jamie means to Capitol Hill Washington for doozer Dory. Shammar news that he lost his voice. Kind of got out win congresswoman Ileana rough Lehman went to the house floor and talked about Jamie. Not sparked a Washington Post piece and politico piece, and it really drew attention to what Jamie was going through a lot of people even on Capitol Hill who saw him all the time so day today didn't know that he was dealing with. Meanwhile, Jamie Cox media group desperately sought a way to get him back on the air. I was thinking about Jamie. This is rob Yaron CMG's vice president of content strategy and research, and I was thinking about how there must be a way to create a customized voice. And that was the key. That would take a human's voice into account Countess Presley's WSB's, director of community affairs. We knew with technology. Artificial intelligence that there were companies out there that were working on synthesizing, the human voice. So that people who could not speak would get their voices back adobe was working on a program. And we got all the way to the CMO the chief marketing officer at adobe because we thought what an amazing story. This would be. For us to tell for adobe to tell about how they were able to help a radio reporter. Reclaim his voice thing is once we got at that point adobe scratched the project because they were concerned that the technology would be used for untwisted means. And so we were like because we thought we add something, and then we didn't. So then Marian Pittman who's on our executive leadership team, Pete's freaks program director and always has been a crate fan and supporter of Jamie's work because she understands and appreciates great journalism Marian got her staff rolling on deepening the search and being able to full time, and and be able to find someone who might be able to do this. And then might Lupo from Marian staff found Sarah proc in Scotland doing some online searching, I ran I discovered the video of film critic Roger Ebert who lost his voice to throw cancer, Sarah, pock, reassembled his. Voice reassembled as some old tapes, and basically gave him away after many years, and I emailed them and said, hey, let's talk about whether or not you can do this for Jamie thirty year veteran with a great trackers journalist, and they were thrilled to do it. So we started meeting with Sarah proc, and they what they do is they take samples of someone's voice. They kind of put it into to talk like a layman they put into a big pot. They mix it all up and the continents syllables and the inflection August mixed up. And then when they when you type it in seeks out, the best example of that of putting words together sometimes the entire word. It may be that they have to connect different syllables to form words, the more content that you have that you can put into this that it can pull from the better. I'm a woman of deep and abiding. So I'm just going to say right off the top that the syrup rock solution. In my view is a total. God thing they were very interested in working with Jamie. And my goodness. We were thrilled have the opportunity to work with them. There was a problem. Normally, we record speaker, maybe thirty gram Leary professional services with Sarah. But we didn't have the possibility James James case Jamie's current condition. Abel's come in court, phonetically, balanced, Chris. So what are we gonna do or thinking this isn't gonna work that's going to work why? Because Jamie is the most thorough and organized. I make Hallman audio order, but he has audio archives of his own reporting going back for decades, and we sent Sarah proc two hundred and fifty three hundred samples of what Jamie sounded like when he was creating a report and from that they were able to recreate his voice April fifth eighteen first before we get to the agenda the first planning call with syrup rock is there. Anything Jamie wants to say. Yes. Help. What is even more awesome than the fact that syrup rock a wanted to work with us be was able to work with Jamie's archived audio files? And then see creatives voice is that Cox was willing to pay for it. It was not it was not achieved project. Alex taylor. Jamie was always a great reporter company president and CEO. They always has been he's always been a big hit on our radio stations. But he is more than just reporters. Great teammate. He's a great collaborator. And so for us helping Jamie was never really a question. It's not like we evaluated the cost decided. Yes, or no. There was never any question as to whether or not we are going to help them. He's part of the family. So in total. Two, maybe three months voice, transcriptions recordings building voices, Israel, typically. Quick, obviously at first some phrases on better than others. But we felt strongly enough about it that we we sort of committed even with version one that we would come up with a plan to debut it on all of our radio stations. Probably about three weeks after that June eighteenth. Jamie, synthesize.
"pete freak" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes
"But i thought as an intro for repeated whisky it's a it's a really nice if you're looking for heavy pete it's if you're pete you know pete hound this is not the whisky but i think for those of us that are not big pete freaks disraeli nice way to draw a little bit appeared whisky and again with the air and a little bit of water i found it to be really pleasant very nice i would agree i would split the difference between you to i would say is more moral medium finish for me a on all very nice whisky would you digest i think that there was a good pete on the nose before the water and it was a one note knows then when i added water it brought out some sweeter chemicals like pair a guy like pair than lemon peel and for me it's interesting you guys got different lengths on the finishes the finish was was long for me and i mention the bob's mentioned they would stay with you for about an hour i still feel the finish on this expression and i haven't had any for five or ten minutes the whisky fades out quicker but pete always a pete's they is your forever and all three of these expressions are non chill filtered in a lot of non chill filtered expressions have sediment or cloudiness and i see a clear through the blue one but in the glass there was no sediment and they're all really clear so there must be filtering it somehow but just not chill filtering but it leaves a lot of the oil innocent discuss what an oddjob you don't wanna a you work so hard to put that and you don't want to take it out that's for sure.
"pete freak" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show
"Company you know mechanics and keep it separate and i tell i tell him i said look i can't go i'm not who mesh california like i found so when i really like them i'm staying i'm happy again like you know he'd come full circle get california crushed just a story that's what what if one of my favorite mind i was it he's just cash the czechs pete just just the czech check your the exact frazier was you know he's petes freaking out religious cash to check but this is the second i am painting a to that anybody and why so here's and western since a lot of the shooting in the show his phone calls yep actually once in my characters in a lakers newark and i have read time and time again that there were no slouches and so any time there was a phone call seen even if the actor was not going to be on camera that they out all yes they were in the room everywhere on the other side everyone showed everyone showed up and now and like a rare exception where someone and you know at the bit but ninety nine percent of the time yeah it was like you're on the coach yeah you were expected to be that so you want to be there that was one of the shows was the only shot every then or people came early in stayed late people can other days off out are based camp was the most amazing thing that i don't i would love to reproduce it but it had to do with the people they puertas when dak for the coverage he'd lambs in the winter and we had a table this really long the table where we had dominoes in created dj and we played heads up the game habs out for we we would and no one wanted her trailer so we sat at the table and we would rush to get back to the game we're playing so finish a scene and everyone would run back to the table to finish are dominoes again yeah that's fantastic when a week long cringe marathon for points in money how yeah it was like we just had fun people would come.
"pete freak" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show
"Is seen with where hammond higher in the conference room making those boards for the pitch to keep to keep the company you know to mechanics and keep it separate and um i tie telling us a look i can't go i'm not who mesh california like i found so when i really like them i'm staying i'm happy again like you know he'd come full circle a california crushed just a story that's what if one of my favorite mind i was a he's just cash the czechs pete just just the czech check your the exact frazier was you know he's petes freaking out just cash to check to put that is the said and payday to that anybody and why so here's and western since a lot of the shooting in the show his phone calls you have actually once in my characters in a lakers newark and i have read time and time again that there were no slouches and so anytime there was a phone call seen even if the actor was not going to be on camera that they out all yes they were in the room everywhere on the other side everyone showed everyone showed up and now unlike a rare exception where someone and you know them but but ninety nine percent of the time yeah it was on your on the coach yeah you were expected to be a that's and you want to be there that was one of the shows was the only shot of that or people came early in stayed late people can other days off out our base camp was the most amazing thing that i don't i would love to reproduce it but it had to do with the people they puertas when dak for the coverage heat lamb's in the winter and we had a table this really long the table where we had dominoes in created dj and we played heads.