17 Burst results for "Peter Berry"
"peter berry" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast
"Virginia derby in the The books i'm not sure the gentleman who's calling the racist right now I'd read on pace advantage that Peter berry was was out with A health issue. He's been out for. I think about a month. And so i wanna send best wishes to peter and his family and friends with. Everything's okay over there Don't know peter all that well and so you know don't don't tax with him or anything but certainly always want Collie to be better. And i know he's he's a guy you know that colin races is very important to him. He's talked about it on social media stuff and so i really hope that Things get better for him and that he's back in the booth at mountaineer sooner than later but Admiral job by the phil. And i like. I said i don't know who it is but i know that Being fill in when it's not something you do. Every day is not easy and so You know getting up there and call grade three race when you're not used to. It is probably not easy as well. I'm not. It's hard for me. And i'm somewhat used to it but Just wanna pass along some kudos for what's a certainly a tough spot for for that guy to have to jump in and call races on a big spot deal day like that so good job. Let's go over to saratoga. We will. I spent the weekend. I should say we spent friday. I went up to pimlico. Baltimore I'll talk about that more tomorrow. I'll probably talk about steve. Asmussen breaking the record more tomorrow. Because there's just a lotta on-track stuff i wanna talk about. And i want to dedicate enough time to talk about my visit pimlico. I love the connection of the show is crazy. Because i had i think three people that came up and said hello and there was maybe two hundred people. Don't track but folks who knew you know that i was out there or who listen to the show and recognize me like it's it was so cool to get to meet Some people racing fans who who listened to the program. While i was out there and like i said i'll talk more about that on tomorrow's program Saratoga the feature event on saturday. Of course the whitney stakes and service one million dollars from reason i was gonna say seven hundred fifty thousand but nope million bucks up for grabs In this event after the older runners eight next go of course she right even money. Favourite two to one on. Max 'field silver states with skydiver at five was skydiver. Early on in the wagering was was like seventy two. I think at one point max field. I think we're no. She was like three to one imax. 'field was seventy two they. Were you know the odds always shakeout right. They almost always shakeout but at least the early money had it a little peculiar in that sense. But let's take a listen makhijani embryos call of the whitney stakes from saturday at saratoga -able at the start for number one by my standards and he trails the field knicks go and swiss skydiver the two of them go out for the early lead going into the clubhouse turn swiss skydiver on the inside and knicks. Go on the outside annex. Go goes on with it to take the lead from the phillies swiss skydiver. Who's running in second. Max field is next on the outside third. Silver state down at the rail and by my standards trails the field in v necks. Go opens up here. Nikko in front by five through a quarter in twenty three and to the champion filly swiss skydiver racism in second and then down at the rail. It is silver state right alongside. Is max field and by my standards. The long shot in the field is the trailer. They're racing up the backstretch knicks go has the lead here by almost a half dozen links round the opening half mile and forty six. Three swiss skydiver runs in second met mild winter. Silver state is down at the rail in third max field in the clear on the outside and fourth and by standards knicks go takes the field around the far turn the latest two and a half lengths. Swiss skydiver is in second maccesfield silver state. The two of them together and by my standards is the trailer three quarters up one ten and one as they come for the quarter pole. Knicks go challenged here by swiss skydiver. Then max failed. Silver state is down at the rail. The field is at the three sixteenths. Paul goes silver state at the rail. Max ville looks displayed horses. Then the phillies were skydiver now. An eighth of a mile to the finish and it is nicks..
"peter berry" Discussed on Sitting Ringside
"Damon. You know what. I mean when it was over. I remember Chris cook and i ever sitting in the tavern or there afterwards and we're watching now. Cbs and i think his chris pitchers we know they're they're top notch but this is like oh excuse me visit like oh i could have been on this side Taking the photos that he does. And i said no man when we go do photos at chris takes it takes twenty minutes just to determine you know two or three that we pick out for a fight but man such an awesome job chris. Cook always but Yeah lying fights they. They were definitely good. Bye book anime. Hopefully we get to the sitting ringside covering their events in twenty twenty one. Jeez love you guys see six. Let's make predictions for this event. There's been some fights being a fizzled out or cancelled. you know. They can't read book these fights. I mean where are we still planning to do. Affect companion really. oh man. After all these fights get answered it starts at six thirty now. That's like a whole hour later. So do we got cancelled. Yeah not too bad. Oh we forgot to mention to top. Show our boy jimmy flick. Odi during dry out and his fights been rescheduled. We're gonna see jimmy flick. Fight cody dirt in. And i can't wait for kid. Jimmy to bust 'em up and pick. I think that's a shitty way to drop out of a fight. I mean we know jimmy glickman. Putting in that work out of i i mean. Kobe is understandable but pink. That's the randomest thing i ever heard like jimmy go. I hope jimmy beats the breaks up. Cody pardon on spills bro. People get people get pinkas adult. You either have a bunch of dirty kids or watch. Nobody wants somebody doesn't like you one of your close buddies was farting pillows. A little bit too all right. Tommy you get some eyedrops it clears up magically twelve hours or a day out of the hell dakota dern wait till the day of the fight to drop out because when you weigh in and you make rate and it's in the books and the fight cancels you still get paid. That's why you always was wearing. Those sunglasses is always wearing to some us that whole entire even in wales. Espn wearing the sunglasses. Doctors hotter the doctor's not See that while. I think we might have to have a jimmy flick on for a second time around just to keep the tradition alive because like you said when he was on the show with us. It's been good luck. You've been colonised shot so we might have to keep going man. That's no and i saw upset. That hearing about jimmy flicks fight dropping. Now i care about the rest of the car. And i want to see jimmy. That just bummed me out man but other than that. I mean it was pretty good but man or woman down this card. Real quick guys Stock with the first flight of the night. Hooper says a peter barrett Case cooper is number ninety. Three in the world peter barrett number. One one Would you pick on this like a super last time. He fought the Who beat lost. Bruce lee right right got submitted awesome. Yeah j. superman i mean I mean that's a tough fight for him. That was kind of a test. Think he learned pro running from it. Peter barrett chase super is definitely gonna come out and wanna game. That went back in a superman friend of mine. Probably catch him on this show in twenty twenty one so Picking into your alex to add really I think he's he's been off a little more than he can chew. Hopefully he can prove me wrong. But against his. Last fight. Against bruce. Lee roy reuss leroy i kind of pieced them up did in the last. I checked isn't like the best fighter. Barrett those by to give peter berry did his last fight was against the use of zilla dude which was on he was on a huge in high streak and he took him to a five round decision and he made fuck ins. Allow work for that shit bro. You need them work for that fight. And i get that fight. That just left a very big impression on me about this kid. I don't know man. I don't think i think cooper's kind overlooking him is what i think he's only had one fight in ufc but he's been aspirin son as well. Who oh yeah yeah. Yeah yeah so. I got I think he's gonna knock this kid out next up. We have a test versus the late. Replacement sam hughes Because angela held tested positive for as opposed. I wanted to see that though. I wanted to see angela hill. Fight the tisa taurus Just because you know he'll always brings it. She just like you know you. Just one of those behaviors that just go in there and just get al always a bridesmaid. Never bride went from a remain of any card against michelle waterson to the early prelims. So that's kinda shitty too but Yeah i guess they gotta give somebody else. That's the name Has always been a tank at this weight. Class so Yeah i mean there's tons of fights have dropped out on this card. I mean shit. We were supposed to see amanda nunez fight megan anderson's gilford's birds fight kamara. Whose men on this car. I mean the list goes on so and versus amanda levi's a pete again versus sternly sterling having the mob before did you'd yeah they fought. They fought like back in twenty fifteen and Tester taurus Around decision win by would have been a rematch. Okay though it's gonna be a rematch and our would have been a rematch would have been. Yeah that's what. I might see him. Then you tim is gonna be shatter. He'll definitely dip provided them which she was like. What the reputation of golf. She's a totally different fighter. Now bro that's why. I was looking forward that fight because i think he'll probably would have won albeit decision. But would she would've beat her ass. Torres has a plateau or up almost one but like chilling almost four five losses in a row. The all her wins by decision. So you think she's supposed to be a super exciting but analysts you know all at fighter but not making that role splash in the division. The gate straw can say that. I think yeah. He'll and her david. Desma gatekeeper fight. Yeah.
"peter berry" Discussed on Fat-bike Radio
"Eu podcast with Oltra endurance and bike packing ambassador. Jp mr j peter berry we've been chatting about the baja divide which he just completed with a friend in a more of a touring bass j. I know what bike you rode. And it makes the jealous. Tell us about your bike. Just sat up for the divide. Maybe more the bike than the gear. Yeah yeah yeah for sure. So it was super. Yeah so this is a superfund bike from you to build. Because i was going touring. And i wasn't just like thinking to build a fast race by. Who cares about comfort so be uncomfortable. And so i picked up a y wayward and so yeah titanium veto yup and so basically titanium frame and it was built around twenty nine plus platform and i've ridden this other twenty nine plus bikes that. I could not like just kind of find the love for and i tried and it just But immediately like this bike job everything just felt really good from start like Really well balanced especially with the load a hat on it. So you know a heavier load. I typically be carrying for sure but yeah and so i put a rigid on it and then before which also has pack mounts and that turned out to be like perfect for my style of riding And i'm sitting here looking at it rat right now. I put a forty millimeter rooms on it with some three point o. Tires soul three. What tires did you decide to run for the next rain. Yeah i ended up running some maxis. What are these chronicles. maybe chronicles. Yeah all day service tire. I think you know like and not being i mean. I know bike industry for sure but not being versed and it was just kind of recommended to me but of course you can't get anything right now but know i get an offer like ebay as take or ended up like i ended up liking the tires I only had to do a couple of diana plugs..
"peter berry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Our website at new sounds dot or GE. All right. Let's listen next to some music by another pretty well established Estonian composer, painter Veggie When we first heard that he's music, I guess. In the late eighties, he was working with an early music ensemble but also with electronics, and throughout the course of his career, he has often look to the east to Tibet to different forms of Asian tuning. And in the peace we're going to hear is looking back to the earliest days of Christianity. Maria Magdalena is an oratorio built around an ancient Coptic text. He doesn't tell us whether it's one of the actual dead sea scrolls. But You know, one of these old Knost IQ gospels written in Coptic and sung in Coptic. Eso quite a challenge for the performers here, most of whom come not from Estonia but from neighboring Latvia will hear a performance by the Latvian National Symphony Orchestra conducted by Restore Yuste. With the Riga Dome, Cathedral Boys Choir and the Latvian State Choir. This excerpt is the opening of the oratorio, and it's called Mary Magdalene Gospel. That's music by the Estonian composer painter V. He via a chai from his oratorio Maria Magdalena. Now why the oratorio is called Maria Magdalena. But the pieces called Mary Magdelin. I'm not sure but that that is the opening. Mary Magdalene Gospel is the opening of Maria Magdalena. Which is set to this ancient Coptic text. It is sung in Coptic by the Riga Dome, Cathedral Boys Choir, the State Choir of Latvia and the Latvian National Symphony Orchestra playing not singing. Conducted by restore used. So that's music by a painter v ahs. We continue with an awl Estonian addition of new sounds. Now The next group is also ah, collaboration across borders of switch gears a bit here and listen to some music rooted in Estonian folklore. The group is called EST Belle s T B. A. L. And it's quartet, comprised of two Estonian singers, one of whom also plays the Estonian bagpipes, and the other is also a violinist. And two brothers from Belgium. They all met on this little island off the coast of Estonia and came up with a whole album of works, including a song called Peter Berry, which will hear now And then we'll hear Ah song from a group called Ver Barium. They are Part of the Estonian jazz scene. But there's a pretty clear folk roots in the song will here called Ruka Lille Right after we hear this music from the quartet No. Na's EST Belle. Sark. Is it? My prisoner? Bone. You're so they meet us. Me does a good turn me mail. Boyd, Lowly said. Meet US meet US. Lisa's I get the dough book docks now days, Neidl. Fear go, but me doesn't need us. Late central relay, the beam sizzle that guy the sugar Seanie, say Lady Lucas Lee Hailey's It's over. Longest bus means no crap. Ask me. So Two Estonian songs, both of which seemed tohave lilt in the sound of Estonian folk music in their DNA. That's the Estonian jazz band called Ver Barium Onda Song called Ruy Khalil. Comes from a compilation of Estonian jazz from 2017. Before that we heard the band called S Bell to Estonian singers who double on pipes and violin. And two brothers from the Flemish side of Belgium, who had things like guitar and accordion. We heard a song called Peter Berry from EST Belle. In a moment, We'll continue with our look at all things Estonian with the music that gets us into the Elektronik side of things. Stay with us for that, as we continue with new sounds. If you're planning on getting rid of your car in the coming months, please consider donating it to W. N. Y C. We'll turn that old car into the in depth news and reporting that keeps our community informed..
"peter berry" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Well there's a horse and I I I I should. I. Should I gotTA GET GOTTA GET Steve? Chris on the show anyway It's not summer without Steve Chris at Saratoga but. There was a horse that Steve used to have fun with about that that that and just the other day I talked about the horse on the West. Coast that is one word and it steal the diamonds the first time I saw it. I. Thought it was stealthy. They thought it was stealthy diamonds and so I see a couple of times called stealthy diamonds until until Jay Brisbane slap me around a little. As he's want to do and and said, steal the diamonds dopey and. Oh I. Thought it was. Doing the afternoon handicapping show having four tracks handicapping. There's nothing like. Those mash ups and you pronounce it wrong and three minutes later that it'd be tracking outsor- comes out and did you immediately like oh? That's how it was supposed to be. Yeah I got that one. Wrong. Speaking of track announces I understand that last night Peter Berry swallow moth during during the seventh race I heard that it was quite the Quite the hubbub. Could have to pull up that call. That's that has to be one of the that'll go up there with the earthquake call in some of the other novelties I love it. I. Love it I'll tell you my man Joe Horn. Joe Is is pulling out all of the. All of the great chestnuts including the college in which was Newman's like house and. A throwback to dancers in up in the cages so. We've obviously triggered We we may have triggered some you know. Hallucinations and convulsions but we've triggered some the style show for old time. Saratoga. Well I mean downtown I could I could go through a mall as. Data Big One with the former bank with the power. Was essentially ask stood and That was another big dollar night. It was dollar ICEES and that that was. That was quite nice at Park Barclays now it's Clay Salt T, shirt shop and gifts and whatnot on the corner there. But that was for years that was honked. Barclays was great. Absolutely. Great. And Thanks a lot of places I to go are still around I mean Starting with Sperry's and. Where we pretty much start because when I, when I first started coming regularly after I got school, I'd come here a bit Chasing after Vickie Vogel. Go I adored at skidmore. But later on my my friend John Hubbard my late friend John Auburn who was working at the Bennington banner. And when he worked in Bennington, he was very friendly with Ridge in the crew that then left Bennington. And took over and. Gave really rise to the SPERRY's. The, we know now. And so they had barely opened and Johnny go see Ridge at Sperry's and so. You know I I was there from day one really the first year they were open and got very friendly and that was my hang. So I mean there's plenty of places. That That are still around really I mean the places you like to you like all the old standards Gavin Airlines agreed I mean. I'm still friends with the the folks that own in bartend down a desperate any. So I'm still a a regular there. Obviously a lot of places like a lot of people and places. I, haven't been there in a few months but that's pretty Nissan Carolina I mean obviously back in the day and still being there Hennion Lynn, with. Debunk notion that that Don McLean Road American pie there I don McLean himself people that notion. But that was that was floating around for a long time. I love it. Is One of those topics that. Could be easily a rabbit hole. We didn't. We haven't mentioned Madam Jamal's. Own Right, now Jiang goes. I haven't haven't set foot and you know when I I also when I first moved to town, you know what I ended up. Drinking a lot it's all I quit drinking was clancy's which I had never gone too much and then then when I moved to green witch and I would come into Saratoga. A. Number of. You WanNa Talk Real June bill. That's that's what you call a gin mill. Well. About by desperate anti stu I mean that's A. Never local cops in there and you get the college kids and Good Jukebox but yeah clancy's a little further down the street. That's a long time spot as well. Yeah. there. are a number Caroline street that have been there. You. Know going concerns for years, and there are a number of that have been there and just changed names over the years but they're still there. As his as is Seth Seth is still there. Yes. Typically, I'll be sitting at the end up are looking out the window at the street from from desperate and he's during the Saratoga. Weekends but I have not made a trip downtown a weekend trip downtown now so far that she just because of the situation so funky but I will I will. I we have every confidence in you Let's take a look sath. I've got got Scottie mckeever joining us in a couple of minutes. We'll talk about his win in the MONMOUTH. Pick your prize one of the top. Players contests, players around let's glance at the card today and just look at it the scratches and seeing if it affected much the MTO's are all gone and other than the MTO's. There's only a couple of notable scratches read can comes out of the six part of the country. And that leaves Topper T. The former? MUTT trainee and speaking of Matt I. Believe it's his birthday..
"peter berry" Discussed on Radioactive Spider-Pod
"So casual and not giving a fuck at this point, he's like dusting himself off does not respect the punisher like I. Get I'm detecting very like air vibes from him. Get in here. I hit him with a tracer on his last stop and I want answers. Sorry, but I've still got Goblin to catch. FUCKED UP A lot. He's blamed him for a Lotta. Shit I guess but I mean and look at this driving here with the battle. Then he crashes into this. Steal all behind him. How many walls did it take? You found the right one. Thank, God I hit two hospitals in an orphanage before I found this place. I'm so drunk. Battle van. Let's Party and it's like drawing puts a beer tap only started playing music. It's a hose, a beer hose instead of a gun As the mouth. And right into the chest. NATTY ICE! Guys I'm just so glad to have battled van back. I hope he never leaves us again. I'm sure it'll be fine just like Oscar. Why does he 'cause this massive property? Like, you like launches, all of these missiles into the rafters of this place, which doesn't take out Spiderman and then as he's chasing, emily goes to leave. He launches the suitcase nukes into the. Kevin the heavy pack as it's called. Penny. PAC. Ten second delay. It's the accessory you could buy when you buy. The Battle van is the suitcase launcher. Here's a little throwback for you. I checked out the the timer because that little suitcase bomb actually has one on it And it starts counting down as soon as it's launched, and then obviously explodes. The timer does not predict the time it takes to explode at all. It actually is much faster. It's still has like four seconds on it, and then just blows up, and they take off the fucking What is the George Washington Bridge which they have to do? Because it's just the most efficient use of animation right like you can't have him find anywhere else. Otherwise it'll cost an arm and a leg to actually animate. This shit got reuse everything kind of disappointing. Originally they went there because that was Norman Osborn disfavored rich. Of course. In Madison County. Looking. Norman has a hobby of just still photographing the bridges of New York. Let's the only thing that calms him down. Now. Here's a favorite photo. It's fucking George. Washington Bridge by sunset, and it's in black and white, and he's just like go to his desk and you'd expect to see a picture of his son on his desk. Depiction of the bridge. Peter, you just gave us the best tidbit about Norman ever would. That's what says his. No one listened to my comic. Book Minute. Spiderman and pseudo Goblin square off the bridge. Spidey tries to talk but Harry won't listen and is angered more when he's hit by a missile from the punisher, he takes the battle in his distracted by some praise from Daddy, allowing Spiderman to tackle him from the sky and into the river. You know it kind of sucks because I actually like the lines that Harry is saying, it just wish they were a bit less catlike if I may. We were Peter. Peter he kind almost goes full. Aunt may here yeah. Your imitation of aunt May. My poor imitation. I mean not this current debt May. We'll see, but uh oldest. So Weird. Feeling it makes like. It because it makes like he's got so much animosity in jealousy against. That like it works so well as him. Being the villain and I guess that I like their exchanges. And he's doing that questioning thing that he always does again so definitely hairy friends. Rumor more. Although think Peters. Berry please. We been friends a long time eight weeks. Since you were top of the class. Basically punish pulls up in his Beethoven. And the shot of the missile to the glider. It's a really weird cut animation. It looks like Harry's about to fall off the glider. 'cause he's like hello, and then he's just still on it. Really Fine A and you're like. Wouldn't it be stuttering? Maybe that's why he's invincible. The glider is bomb proof. I guess I should hope it has some kind of armor of some kind like something to differentiate it from the other shit that he's been flying around on. But you takes pretty angrily like he comes back at the battle van and the battle man gets dunked here. He's goes into low. He drops all these bombs and then it crashes so quickly. The guy behind him gets around it like Oh. SWEET SEE! Worried I was like Oh. That guy's Dick, so many people are dead now. But that that's a classic New York. Driver, your head on a swivel he. Didn't Hongqiao when he was passing him for crashing. Moving. Yeah. Learned to drive. and. Then he comes back with a another missile, the side of the van and it just blown to smithereens like. IBM. You we. Knew. Me It's like a montage of him like saying that.
"peter berry" Discussed on The Gravel Ride. A cycling podcast
"Honestly more of a mental thing. When you finish five of the dirty Kansas, you get this like Grill Cup thing and it's the the thousand Mile Club basically and so David and I both finished five last year. Ny once you finish five like okay now what you know, and I think it was nice to have the option of the three fifty, because the way that I look at going back in two thousand fifteen. When was thinking about doing dirty Kanza for the first time Concerned about winning I, honestly just wanted to finish it and I had no idea if I could do two hundred miles or not. And that was the biggest appeal to me honestly of going to do that because David had done at the year before and I was like. You're nuts doing two hundred miles like why would anybody do that? and you know fast forward five and a half years, and that's the exact same thing saying about the three fifty in. It's a fun place to be. Afraid to do something new, because that was the whole reason why we started doing this stuff to begin with and I think. It'll be interesting to see what happens over the next decade. If is a natural evolution for some people, or if it is the kind of distance to teen but the way things are looking with you know an increased participation in that event I, think maybe it becomes the next step for people. Yeah, it is interesting to think about like what is too much. Obviously decay, two hundred for the average athlete is at dawn to evening kind of endeavor. Like an ironman distance triathlon and once you start taking it fully overnight or over a couple of days yet does become this sort of rarefied area of athlete that is going to say that sounds like a good idea. Yeah. It's a big commitment. and the the unique thing about it. That I've heard people talk about who have done it before is. J, Peter Vary, who does these ultra events and this really long distance stuff sleep is a factor, and it's something that is a tactic in those events, but you go to a distance like three hundred and fifty miles. It's doable in one swing. You take sleep out of the equation and all of a sudden everybody's dealing with like sleep deprivation instead of strategizing naps like they would for bike packing stuff so it is something that makes I think that distance unique because it's doable in twenty four to thirty six hours, so you can get away with not sleeping. But how does the body handle that? I. Think that's the interesting thing like you. It's really hard to simulate that and to imagine doing. Them in any one year so I feel like you're gonNA. Learn. You would learn a lot of tough lessons when you do it. All should have done this right. I could have saved myself hours if I had just made that one critical decision and it's going to be a multi year process of learning these guys like J. Peter Berry that you mentioned have figured out like.
"peter berry" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"At least he had an airforce corporate jet with two Air Force pilots who were constantly at her Beck and call any hour of the day or night and he insisted that at public expense all the refrigerators on that aircraft be crammed with the most expensive coffee are nice cream and so on for the light of herself and her friends right well she has a certain life still she's become accustomed to lowland you can't really blame her for wanting to you know run run with us regular folk now now we are becoming accustomed to a new lifestyle if you will mark Zuckerberg for example of Facebook today said that he's basically taking all protester voices about this you say free the country felt he lied main street died that kind of thing yeah they they're all being taken off Facebook well enjoyed Behar on the view today reportedly said that we should be taking away more right for Americans while this epidemic continues there are of course no epidemic constitutional exemptions to the bill of rights and you know what all of this adds up to use you as a connoisseur of the pun well appreciate something written today by Peter berry telco right on the American thinker I used to do a lot of work and that is what is the condition we are facing now in America we are facing a flu day top school will face a tough that's precious I love that you talk about mark Zuckerberg taking all kind of of voices of protest against the quarantine and locked down in the closing down of America for the sake of public safety taking all of those voices off of Facebook it happened on YouTube to a friend of mine one and not a friend of mine but after I saw her video I became a believer her name is Dana actually I don't know if you're familiar with her but she had a about a thirty minute video that I saw over the weekend someone said to me a listener sent it to me about to not only the origins of the virus and the reasons for it but also just clips most of it did twenty five minutes of it we're just clips of authoritarian to Tallaght Terry in action against citizens for violating whatever the social distancing and it wasn't just in the United States but there was a famous clip from Greenville Mississippi where the officer says in a pandemic you don't have any rights to a pastor who they were they were warning and closing down and getting ready to arrest for holding church services outside on Easter Sunday and she had put this whole thirty minute presentation together and I watched all of it and was just standing there with my mouth agape through part of it and through another part of it was like yeah I I believe exactly what she's saying and she talked about the roots over a globalist leaders who including Bill Gates and his his fine work contributing to the W. H. O. and some other world of foundations that have it and she had documentation in a letter that was easily accessible anyone could find it if they were looking for bring it in in twenty ten which outlines exactly what's happening now step by step with the scenarios of a pandemic and how this world elitist organization would use it to further tighten their control on the society of the population of the planet and they took it down and tired of being called micro and soft micro and horror yes he does good potential video by all accounts owns at least one patent over the corona virus well that video was taken down today by YouTube or sometime after it got one million views thankfully and it said it violated YouTube's community standards whatever that meant and there was nothing in that video that was an old derogatory towards anyone except the global leaders that she pointed out and and the documentation of those those those wants and and their scenarios for dealing with this pandemic they were written tech ten years ago I've actually coined a term for port but what most of what we're now facing not just the flu day top that we're facing fascism no we're dealing with psychosis no that is not Dr Anthony cell so to himself no because he is basically just be a scientist and a bureaucrat and it is natural for a scientist when he recognizes he knew the knowledge that he's been given false information yes but some of these analysts that he has been led to believe in models that were just atrocious you know the model that not that long ago from the university of Washington was predicting two million deaths is now predicting sixty thousand yes I'm probably less matters of today I am she is with her so it was not a word we're being asked to accept the authority of Anthony Fauci in dictating policy although any he was not elected MP he admits to making a grievous errors because he's erring on the side and the worst case scenario yes the best case scenario he also has the bureaucrats impulse you know if you're a bureaucrat you can never be considered wrong for saying no to anything you only are wrong if you say yes to something turns out badly but as long as you say no your job is safe forever and so he has followed the bureaucratic instinct to say no and of course doctors out he is a human like everybody else he has this enormous spotlight of publicity on the men's celebrity right now it's been turned into a star by the media and so he doesn't say anything to stop the people now circulating petitions to turn him into people magazine's sexiest man alive he has not he has said if Saturday Night Live is going to do a skit with him in it he would like to be portrayed by Brad Pitt six IBM and on and on and of course twenty thirteen email has come to light in which he addressed Hillary Clinton by speaking of love and speaking of D. and her admiring physician well I don't think he says much like that about Donald Trump it's not totally has agreed with trump on many points it's not that it's going to happen but of Saturday Night Live did a skit involving Jerry Jeff Walker I want to be portrayed by Zazu Pitts the rescue pets who played alongside Gayle storm this the the Gayle storm as hip I just want to go through and I just wanted to throw out a reference that you would understand and no one else would who's listening the truth is there to appreciate that sort of thing more with little pond to you just a moment of the night cap on seven.
"peter berry" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Was also Jerry Brown or grass. Yeah and rags and so you know everybody would meet for those various bars You know you after work so there is a lot of interaction it was it was And it was it was like a real like you're gonNA make a movie about it. You know the people that you have drinks with. And just the uniqueness of that neighborhood and You know rape. Paul was on racing time. Yup absolutely west editor. Yeah and I still remember Gray coming in from Kentucky for meeting or something and people. We all went out to dinner and went to the pool or something like that. I mean you know it's really vibrant. Uh exciting time in racing and It's good memories big time big time. I love it. I wanted it anybody that I had had You know it had some crossover that Talk about that era. 'cause this is a this was a concept that I for. Yeah I'm telling you this piece of paper it's actually. It's downstairs right now on the coffee table in the dining room and the living room but I have kept it in. I've got files where I just. You know. I put things ideas or notes. Or whatever and ED's retired Ed. Ed got out seven years ago. I it's hard to believe it seven years. But he's absolutely clipping coupons. I mean he's he's he's just retired. He spends the summers the he's going to go on a on a what. Sounds like a really fun History Odyssey the summer with his son. they're gonNA see some Some baseball and they're well if there is baseball to see and he's got some historic. You know he's a huge civil war. Buff ed. Ed can give you dissertations on the civil war. He's been to all the battlefields and those because I don't think he does re-creations the that's a whole `nother level of of of of of kind of crazy the military recreationists but but he lives on the racing times Tracking out to Peter Berry Peter Berries on my list absolutely. He's got him on that list. You Bet I remember many years night going out to bars with Peter Berry and he was very good friends with the editor of The managing editor of the grazing times the came over from England. Neil Cook the cook who is an incredible character and so You know you had a big European. In for Joe Ca- capable can take the Francis good friend of mine Married to Georgia Francey Kate. is You know what was the advertising? Vp there and hurt system was mandy winger who Who Actually sat right across the way from me and Peter. Rock Condo was there Pete with the Breeders Cup now it was just a kid out of college at the time has with Mandy. We're going to get to here. Forget here some other tales from from those years and I just think it's amazing said that you know obviously when it comes to the computer era now and handicapping products whether it's time for him and this optics E. Q. And you know the ongoing innovations that you mentioned Jerry Brown the Jerry's constantly Y- The adding features third graph But there's been so many. You know recent modern innovations and that era the late eighties early nineties between those three publications particularly You know the racing times Figs form which was. There's people who who still in fact when I brought it up on Monday and had Evan and Ed if people that said God they did great with figs form and it was so innovative and then metro turf. Which for me. There's very few people that remember metro turf but a well because we were New York and it was you know it was on the newsstands and it was perfect for lunchtime or walking. I lived on thirty fifth and second and I'd walk to my office at five hundred Fifth Avenue and you pick one up and it gave you just enough information to play the double you know and not be you know Lexington Lexington and thirty four there was also the one was the other one Not far from the office either. But my buddy my buddy Jim Mortiz and I He was working at slimfast Jim. We'd we'd beat the go. Go play the double and and Metro Turf. Had you know the last three performances and it had those closer looks and it was just enough to make you dangerous make a couple of plays and and that the the beat the B F Double when when the Ot New York oh TV after the with those letters and they would take the surcharge. The criminals that they were actually a bully. Too funny well said this was great. I appreciate it as always will. We've got a we've got a prep. We've got a derby the Arkansas Derby prep and they'll draw today at Oaklawn for that oaklawn steak and were we heard yesterday Jay Primm in reporting that Thousand words is common. Joe Talamo is GonNa ride. And then there's a bunch of asmussen than and Cox runners and and others so. I think we got something to look forward to hear When it comes to Saturday and we'll have a three year old or to to talk about next week next week. You got it sin Fernando Everybody Sire Watch feted refocus brought to you by hill and Dale and work thoroughbred consults. Ecorse five one. Oh four nine. Oh eleven eleven. Late season covers as the breeding season continues. Weren't April here and you might have some decisions. There's probably some people that have made the move to retire Mayor or two at this point that without without racing particularly horses on the eastern seaboard. That doesn't have to be on the eastern seaboard. I suppose it could be anywhere but particularly in the east and have said pull up Broodmare compatibility analysis and help you. You don't negotiate a late-season cover about that. We're GONNA talk to John White the next. And then Seth Mero in our three. I haven't heard back from Andrew. So we'll we'll catch up with Andrew Walk Ins as as early as tomorrow. Maybe talk about The Australia racing for the weekend but as we continue to pay tribute to John Prime. Let's listen to one of his one.
"peter berry" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
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"peter berry" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
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"peter berry" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Pilots have been notified airlines have been all notified airline jitter agreeing with this to safety of the American people at all people is paramount concern. So the president yesterday announcing that the US has in fact now grounded though suspects seven thirty sevens. And he had a talk with the CEO of Boeing and decided this was the most prudent course, and he says the airline has been cooperative. They are. Working very very hard right now. Hopefully, they'll very quickly come up with the answer. But until they do the planes are grounded, the the order will last indefinitely new data gathered at the site of the European airlines crash. What that evidence is. We don't really know for sure. But apparently that was also a factor in the black boxes. I think been I know they've been taking a France now for analysis. So I guess, you know, better safe than sorry. I think this was the right thing to do if the airlines weren't going to take the step themselves to ground the fifty four aircraft that are affected by this. Then I'm glad the president stepped in and said, hey, listen, let's not continue to fly planes that have a potential issue here. So south west and American Airlines were the only ones running these seven 737 seven max aids. That that were rub produced by Boeing, so but we think that to what that's five for south west. It's like five percent of their fleet. So we think the impact locally will be negligible. Right. Yeah. So and so I I guess, you know, we'll see I guess push come to shove, I probably would have gotten on the flight if I had to got on the plane because they've been flying. I mean, you know, but I do find when you hear anonymous pilots saying they have doubts and then we had yesterday we had the WGN aviation analyst Jay Ratliff on when he said he'd be. He says he is I'm not saying, it's unsafe. But I don't think I'd get on one. Yeah. That was telling I thought that there was some school of thought as long as the pilots were aware of the potential for this issue. Right. We're able to keep the plane out of autopilot. Then they were able they would be able to address the issue if it arose, but still why why would you even if you're here southwest or one of the airlines has? Has a plane like this. And you know that there's a potential problem. Why would you even take the risk? Yeah. Definitely. I mean. Yeah. There is an economic impact. Yes. But you gotta see the big picture at one would think for sure I just thought this was interesting in before this ban, the travel website, kayak may change it. So they will they will allow you put in filter. So when you're looking for flights, you know, they're trying to find a hotel room that you could filter out that specific aircraft, which is pretty cool. Right. It goes across a lot of different platforms. Yeah. Yeah. So it was good to have that capability. I guess that's now a non-issue. Although some countries are still allowing that flight, but I think it'd be very rare for anybody around this area to to to be on that plane anytime soon real quickly just I mean, the airlines get a lot of bad publicity. But there's one little story that made me smile a pilot and Mesa airlines they had over two and a half hour delay Tulsa there. There are supposed to leave Tulsa airport and the pilot while they were waiting left the aircraft that went to a nearby burger joint, but the entire plane burger dinner, Nicole. Yeah. So that was that was really cool one of the things, you know. We we all know, it's it's obvious. When you see you know that being a cop or firefighters a dangerous job. I forget sometimes how dangerous like being an EMT. I don't I mean, I have friends who EMT's and my brother-in-law is fire EMS. I mean, the stuff that they see they're the first ones on God. Yeah. Yeah. So you never know. What's your coming upon my brother-in-law also over in pittsfield is? Yeah. The stuff they've seen the dangers they face a lot of times, it could be everything from somebody who violent or you don't know if you walk into a place, a Fenton hill, or it's Jerry. And the reason I bring this up there two recent cases in the last few days locally that have gotten our attention. The first responders like EMT and paramedics were or endanger. There's a case up on Sunday in Corinth troopers, an EMT showed up to this home medicine trying to treat this guy's wife and he allegedly threatened them. And then there was some sort of a flight as he was charged with grappling with a trooper guide. Joseph golden, this is facing charges. So this is one you think you're going on a routine medical call. And all of a sudden you've got somebody. They're making big trouble. Another case where the the initial. Call went out that a man route in front of of a frightened EMT dropped off a patient at Samaritan hospital told dispatchers that a man ran out in front of our ambulance waving what appeared to be a weapon so Troy after called it wasn't a gun. But apparently this person wants to commit suicide by having the ambulance for over them. And so it just it just brings to mind that you just never know what you're gonna come up on and on your took over ten her just from Peter berry. He is the chief of EMS for the town of colony whenever you go on an emergency, caller or quest for assistance. You never really know what to expect when you get there. And he says that's why they trained so hard. And so often you're taught to assess.
"peter berry" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"EJ Montgomery check in four Kentucky Hagans hero and Travis. Stay out there. Little wildcats. This is a point in the game or coaches talk about putting your shoe put on the throat of the other team not letting them back in the game put them away right now. If you can't that's the golden partner or three point shooters taken Mississippi State the right corner to produce. Oh, Jerry weather gets into the lane to a superb right hand hook. And he walked. Good defense by read Travis bodied up on him. And really bothered to do who turns it over. He's got eighteen turnovers gets only six assists. He's the guy on that team that will cough it up under pressure. Either man demand or a double team. But re Travis at time. He just totally do on that particular quickly straightaways Massa's right side. Ticky row comes back to the top two Hagen's. He wrote running up those baseline screens comes up on the left side, get free and a three second. Call on Kentucky. Ooh. That was a little late wasn't. Did they call that on re Travis assume, so I think that's what he called the baseline made the calls as wave away from uh Fowler was out in plenty of time. He was moving turnover for Kentucky is the third. Mississippi State comes back on the attack down Ted still pass to the quarter picked by Hagans grabbing traffic. Boy, again, you have to be careful and understand your passing angles passing lanes. If Hagans is around he'll come up with the steel if you don't yes. Seven consecutive games with three or more steals after Rajon Rondo 's career and single season record. Here's Peter's angling. Right. Can't get a shot as is to the left corner to Perry drives through the laid right hand won't go. But he got thousands EJ. Montgomery trying to stay with him. Sliding Dumfries left. And four Kentucky style number one of the night. Peter says the straw that serves the drink for this offense. Make no mistake about it. I think right now pasted Hagin size in his wingspan are bothering Peters. Berry missed it off the back of the IRA's Johnson. Richardson Baker come in hagan's hero. Travis go out is six three close to two hundred pound former football player. So he's got a a physical mindset. He's one of the more physical players. I Kentucky has right now. Peter's at five eleven he's a good little player loves to go to his left but size bothers you. Perry gets one out of two. Eighteen seven in favor of Kentucky. Quickly running the point. Now, the Wildcats Johnson coming up on the right side of those baselines. Green tea feeds it into Richard's on the block. They don't double him Richards turns right, hand hook up the good. Let him get the ball in a spot that he wanted it Perry. Just let him set up. Let Nick set up. You can't do that defensively. Nick. It's got that little half-full Tom and he found his sweet spot on that shot. Thirteen point lead is the cats largest side of the lane runner could add a foul on Kentucky. They let him get to the left hand that time and the Wildcats, Nick Richards. Commits the foul that is his first and that is the team second. What pow told us big guys stay to the rim. Let him come to. You. Don't go out. After Baker got fooled by the left left-hander feeders. That's all the way. And it's no good rebound by Mississippi State watered in the lane banks. Watered a mother big time recruit for Penn Howlin from the state of Mississippi. Four point trip. Therefore, Mississippi State is they rebound. The missed free throw Robert or two six seven freshmen. Title the lane put it in one eight to eleven detect quickly top of the circle right type of Johnson defeat, Richard. He's got it to be fifteen feet out of the right side. Backing down. Quickly type shoot quickly penetrates picks that side driving baseline goes up score clock closer goes up as Mississippi State rebounds, it if he dumps it instead of trying to go under the rim. He's got to Robert or down the lane left hand runner hits. The side of the board rebounded Kentucky. Johnson shovel pass left side quickly quickly through the lane. Trying to get the rudder. He's taken away from him by Peterson outlet to Carter behind the defense for layup. What apple say forced play right there. We triple right into a pack of Mississippi State defenders during lucky to get a shot off or a pass off at four turnovers. Four Kentucky six straight for the BULLDOGS of the cats lead is down twenty two thirteen quickly left wing. Out top and a foul on Peter's other reach in his first second state out of the law forty-three to play in the first.
"peter berry" Discussed on Serial Killers
"Superiors, gave him permission to travel to America and the UK where FILA Seidel smothering cases were being prosecuted frequently. He consulted with prosecutors and SIDS experts in both countries. Professor Peter berry of the UK a pathologist who conducted one of the largest SIDS studies in history in the mid nineties told Ryan that epilepsy was not to blame for Patrick full bigs, I fixing event or his eventual death. He said, epileptic. Children do not suffer that type of damage in reference to Patrick's brain damage and blindness. He found it very unlikely that epilepsy. Alone would have left Patrick. So handicapped smothering on the other hand could have detective Ryan had Craig and Kathleen phones tapped and houses punked and the police recorded every conversation either full big headed home throughout July and August nineteen. Ninety nine. In addition, Kathleen former foster sister, Leah Brown. The only member of her foster family with whom Kathleen was still close helped detective Ryan investigator, though Leah lived on the other side of the country. She was the older sister who would always stuck by Kathleen in the past, but Lia had lost one of her own babies to SIDS in nineteen seventy nine and she loved little Laura. She would do anything to catch a killer. She kept Kathleen talking on tap foam line while she tried to elicit a confession from her on July twenty. Third nineteen ninety nine detective Ryan and detective senior constable Morita Engdahl picked. Kathleen up at home and brought her in for an eight hour interview. In the interview, Kathleen's versions of events did not entirely match up with what she told police right after the deaths small details time. She'd found the bodies what chores she'd been doing where she'd put the sleep apnea monitor were different, and the detectives took note. Kathleen told the detectives that she couldn't account for the inconsistencies between her version of events and Craig's. She told them quote, with my kids, I choose to remember the good bits. I don't choose to remember the difficulty or the hard bits and quote, the police asked why Kathleen always seemed to recover from the tragedies quicker than Craig hat. Kathleen explained that quote, if I appeared to be handling it better, it was probably more of a case of, I just blocked it. I still have a tendency to do that. Her blocking explanation is further proof that Kathleen engaged in grief. Avoidance usually grief displaces are not able to recognize what they're doing. Self-awareness somewhat defeats the purpose of avoiding grief. The fact that Kathleen recognized such behavior in herself might mean that it had been pointed out to her in the past even knowing what she was doing. She still might not have been able to change her behavior. Kathleen told Ryan that she was unhappy with Craig for reading her diaries and sharing them with the police. She felt betrayed and she decided to stop writing journals altogether on mother's day of nineteen ninety nine. Just before she moved out, she'd read through old entries and decided, quote, life's pretty crappy, and I shouldn't be right in it down and reminding myself of all these things, and I just got rid of them all. And I haven't written one since and quote the detectives had Kathleen read. Some of her more troubling diary entries allowed passages that spoke of losing control, learning her lesson and responsibility. Each time, Kathleen dismissed the damning sentences as merely referring to her stress levels or blamed cruel fate for her children's deaths. Kathleen told them she blamed herself for the deaths, but only in general failure is apparent way that she'd missed a warning sign or not checked on them soon enough to save their lives. She never admitted to smothering any of the babies, but by the end of the eight hour interview, the grueling questions and accusation had brought Kathleen full big two tiers. Even after Craig brought the diary to the police, Kathleen still held some mysterious sway over him. She told Craig, she wanted to get back together and they began spending time together. Again, Craig stopped cooperating with detective, Ryan retracted, his original statement to the police and Kathleen moved. It back into their home. But he couldn't quite forget the things he'd read in her diaries. And Kathleen words, quote, I and my father's daughter in reference to the man who brutally murdered her mother haunted him. Craig had his doubts about Kathleen, but detective, Bernie Ryan was sure he'd found a serial killer and he was going to keep investigating Kathleen with or without Craig's help listening into the bugs he'd placed in the full Biggs house. Detective, Ryan heard things that only cemented his determination to bring Kathleen to Justice. Now
"peter berry" Discussed on Little Gold Men
"For not watching out by movie itself by but it was a two thousand twelve blend of documentary and sort of dramatic almost like dramatic reenactment what the impostor was bartlett and took that concept and with a higher budget made the story of the true story of this heist where these four college as young men tried to boost some rare books from university in kentucky and you've got a peter's berry killen saudi pronounce his name george from dunkirk yeah george dunkirk tie shared install ganger and blake jenner and a fourth kid who's canadian who i don't know it was just like deeply entertaining but also i didn't know i try to do this it south by not know too much about the promise i didn't know that this what part laden does blend documentary so he as the real life guys who did a lot of prison time for this and they're out and they're in the document there in giving like their point of view and it's really impressive the cutback because they're really tele genyk these four grown versions of these boys and so i was like are these other actors playing older versions of and i was like no those are the real subjects the blend of reality and fancy the way in which these four boys sort of fall into the fantasy of their heist the way in which the documentary is sort of like heavily used and then lightly used it just really smart entertaining and profoundly moving i found so and you know evan peters i think is just so deeply talented i wish sometimes that he would break out of the american horror stories eichel because i just wanna see him do more than you know just play quicksilver an x men movie and this is a really really really good showcase rimma berry keoughan is also offend tastic very sort of them the protagonist and then evan peters is like the tyler durden to his edward norton i was blown away by it i really really loved it merican animals richard juicy that one and sundance i did and i was not as.
"peter berry" Discussed on RadioLab
"India interviewed him i now in my kitchen who are you taeji i named kate in our son of okay tell me your question my question is was the earth called earth why is the earth called earth i don't know why do you have any guesses that gifts came up with the name the earth came up with its own name i sank okay should i found out and then tell you yes mm mm first up was gaining peter yeah this is peter peter berry dime uh isotope geochemists that work at uh the university of oxford i'm a researcher here and my right that you have some kind of a loose affiliation with nasser's at is that right harry loose in a sense uh i mean i do a little bit of planetary work i've worked on some lunar samples in the past but you work on lunar samples yeah five actually done some some isotope work on lunar sample so these these xe one of the few people on the planet who's held the moon in his hand so here's my question i think it's pretty simple but maybe there's a story there i dunno gushing comes from taejoon via me his dad why is the earth called the earth flip that's a really interesting question the earth is actually for this is uh and it's an old faxon word derive from english dramatic roots in german earth is said uh arrieta i believe that day her and in german and of course all these all these words are originally derived from like a a mother language like an indoor europe.
"peter berry" Discussed on Bodega Boys
"So tidning does he have been listening my name is deases hands advice proxy fat like to ask i think she'd be really hard for you mr now those around a quarter new ever you're going off the juvenile's mc'ing he'll be put forward just short their original malvo don't talk to me over why why why does on meet homework some fucking no you make you please respect agents feeling i don't even know who you are and what makes you call causes car using a black hole we have a car the way for me i have no appreciable you there's a lot of us directly to jamaica to debate avocado to the goes a little faster route the kulary occasionally the left under reliever for the yankees gay lokilo guy barbara mayes game a 35yearold tracking our troubles stanley cup he without the bonded labour go dis trap your visit to forty by peter berry into way you're listening to wash their fifth curried goat spicer jabbar for the rest of the red if you'd have to berido you can't 'cause they were the job you're arod provocateur henry abed della surgeon casey baraboo for the human world is about to give up mr becsey rookie dicky squad be narrow right his boris as richard chesnut mrs street easier to babri please believe me mr blak idiotic record back automatic robert was elaborate of us route away i was reading at a cold b prowler bag may allow 72 right seventy two.