19 Burst results for "Pinder"
Bregman homers for 2nd straight day, Astros beat A's again
"Jose Jose Altuve Altuve a a reached reached base base five five times times and and scored scored four four runs runs as as the the Houston Houston Astros Astros beat beat the the Oakland Oakland Athletics Athletics nine nine to to five five how how to to they they collected collected three three hits hits and and worked worked two two walks walks and and three three two two games games the the Astros Astros leadoff leadoff hitter hitter he's he's reached reached base base in in seven seven of of ten ten plate plate appearances appearances the the only only thing thing mine mine I'm I'm trying trying to to do do right right now now is is get get on on base base obviously obviously I I have have great great hitters hitters behind behind me me Michael Michael brown brown is is pregnant pregnant darker darker everybody everybody Alex Alex Bregman Bregman in in U. U. legal legal Riel Riel hit hit home home runs runs for for Houston Houston who who scored scored the the game's game's first first five five runs runs while while Michael Michael Brantley Brantley smacked smacked three three doubles doubles Chad Chad Pinder Pinder homered homered for for the the ETS ETS while while not not Olson Olson and and Jed Jed Lowrie Lowrie had had two two hit hit nights nights I'm I'm Adams Adams bowling bowling
"pinder" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Pinder in the A's for the third consecutive inning and the fourth in the last five innings, had the leadoff guy on Well, the way break it was charging that ball out there was an error there was gonna be made. I thought it's gonna be made on trying to feel that just because it had a little bit of an awkward hop in the end, but seemed to get a really good grip on it. And I expected, you know, accurate throw to first base, but just yank that across the body and she had Pender will take it as they try to get a little rally going with Just six outs left in this ballgame on the offensive side to tie it up or go ahead. It will go was a single and an E five. So to hit night for Pinder, who's at second base? Elvis Andrus doubled in the third one for two Joe Smith delivers. That's up in a way that Frisbee that sails high and outside ball one. One inning from Paradas gave up the unearned run. Turns it over to Smith. One old Andrews takes a strike on the inside corner One and one is Jill Smith opted out last year. There is a health situation in his family, and that's why he opted out and did not play a year ago. But is back with the Astros won one pitch and that one swung at a mist over the top was Andrew's bullets obsessing to it one and two. 2019 Smith had a 180 e R, rated lowest of his career for a season and had a whip of under one. Injured second, The 12 and Andrew's tied up swinging him is and he's down on strikes, and there's one away. Good arm side run and sinking right hander Elvis Sanchez facing the right hander Joe Smith. Just sweet swings over the top of it. As the pitch looks good looks like it's going to be there and then This kind of disappears. One out Pinder. It's second Mark Canha over three. Hitting in the leadoff spot for Oakland is they're looking for a leadoff hitter like Houston is with spring or going to Toronto. The eighth leadoff hitter from a year ago went to Toronto. Also, Marcus Simeon The Blue Jays one at Yankee Stadium today. Can it takes that slider outside for ball one. Got eaten in the interim. That's true. Yeah. Hopefully, at some point they'll be able to get to Toronto. Well, try to you like destiny and better or buffalo better. What else In there at the knees to Canada called Strike one on one. I guess I'd have to go done eating because you got the water. Got the beach down there. Not too far. You wanna This.
"pinder" Discussed on She Wins Podcast
"Him. I can help you get over the next hump right so you have those natural sounding marketing messages in your book. Yeah so you kind of at lie can lead magnet lead nurturing literally a final thing. Yeah yeah and so if you write your book properly now. Getting not everybody. But ten to fifteen percent of people will take action on what you've written and they will contact you. They will buy something they will get on your email list. They will do something to connect with you. Yeah they'll consider you. They'll tori today. You're you're trying to be. Yeah exactly and that's very like you know. I guess like everybody listening now. Probably thinking oh that so much sense and i get why after. Obviously everything they talked about. I get importance of for kind of a writing a book right now. Everybody's thinking about automation systems a write in a book. It's another system. It's a great way to market yourself. Bill torretta your credibility positioning yourself as an expert in canada. Lead people to discover you and your message on what you do..
"pinder" Discussed on She Wins Podcast
"I was honors in english. You know in high school. So you know i could write and i wrote things that i needed to write but i never wrote the things of my heart I never wrote the stories. I never taught people things through writing because that that was my medium but those words just kept going through my head. You know good enough yet. And you know what i i i think looking back on it. She really did try to tell me to back off like this was not you know. This wasn't the first thing she said to me. It's just i didn't understand. That was seven years old. I was needy right so anyway about almost ten years ago now i was getting a website and i'm on to produce an wanted a website wanted. What really bab reveals that. What am i did have and one of the mentors. That i was under had a deal that i could afford to get a website created our any magin a and he got most of it together and he emails me and he goes. Can your websites almost up. You need start working on your blog. What's blog. I didn't know i knew i knew that. The website came with the blonde. But i didn't know was a blog was. I didn't pay attention. He was making me a website. And i'll never forget what he wrote back. At least the first few words he says well a blog is where you right. I.
How to move forward with China
"To fourteen point list of grievances via the australian media. Second wine joined beef. Bali timber lobster call among our exports that the chinese communist party has imposed tariffs on. And then that tweet. This is the tweet of the posting of a digitally altered of an australian soldier about to slit the throat of an afghan child. The chinese embassy issuing a bellicose statement the rage in roar of some ustralian politicians and media was misreading and reaction. It said to deflect public attention from the horrible atrocities by sickness soldiers and to blame china for the worsening of bilateral ties. So what's going on. He and asha camera respond. Jeff rabi is a former australian ambassador to the people's republic of china and he's author of china's grand strategy and australia's feature in the new global order. That's just been published and it's available in all good bookstores jeff. Welcome back to the show so some great to be back now. I your thoughts about beijing's response to australia in recent weeks so we have that list of the foreign complaints the wind terrace and of course that tweet while a say i up disappointing to see the slights that have been made After the two quite constructive comments at the triumph prime minister a last week quite clearly. The prime minister was Diplomatically signaling That there was a strong wish to start a process of getting back to some sort of more normal relationship between the two countries the product make though it sounds dramatic when you run those three things together the way you have done that certainly not the same thing. And i'm not sure that they're all necessarily coordinated. I mean the fourteen points clearly seems to be freelancing by the embassy on matters that well known and in the public record in any case at a very odd way of putting something out if you leak it to a channel nine television crew that seems to be pretty casual behavior by the embassy then the tariff spo there has been a processing trained for months on the wind tariffs and i do understand that that was the normal process and the strain companies were busily making written submissions as part of that process. And then the tweet The present time it sounds like it's been contrived by the chinese foreign ministry as individual action. it was a tweet that was particularly widely on social media by a now nationalist artist and twitter and the foreign ministry spokesperson on his private twitter account. Pinder to name and so it's philippine. Middle level action doesn't really look to millions of any of these really coordinated broad cross section of the australian people just looking at the y. People who've responded this week is there is outrage and surely win china. does things like. This doesn't make it harder for people like you because you've been an eminent company on this issue for several years now. Hugh watt a bobcar. Pass gas on this program. Of course the former prime minister paul keating. Doesn't it make it hot. A all of you to make the case that al leaders should try to rebuild trust with such a regime yet. I can understand the public outrage especially the media is going into overdrive steer and just as you have said running all these things together as a coordinated action from the state It does make it harder to get sensible constructive discussion going a story about how we deal with these things. I like to find myself in such august company as you outlined. And you might add gareth evans. Many others that to the group as well but it certainly history doesn't help and it's difficult context in which to conduct foreign policy. What we're seeing is what is like to live in the situation with china relationships In a very poor state now. Other people in camera that i see welcome this their peopling camera who have the view that bad relations with china are inevitable. This is the new normal. We should get used to it and lupus it while the questioning myself. And the august company you've being linking me with. Is this the best interest of australia. And it also basic question. Your what has australia down to bring on china's in this way why you think china is picking on again. Picking on is quite pejorative. They're not doing this to other states. Our other key point. And i would phrase that differently tom i would say how is it that astray amongst like minded friends and allies other liberal democracies in the world in the region why's at the trial has become an outlaw and i think that really needs to be part of the public discussion. Isn't the reason. The australia is so over exposed to chinese pressure in beijing. Nosy so the chinese leaders going to inflict pain on australia whenever they can't australia. And not the other like minded way boy more. In other countries we ought to forty percent of our exports to china. No other country has that kind of exposure. I prefer countries in the region. China is by far the largest trading power. I mean that exposure would be the same for korea south korea which is liberal democracy in the region. it would be near that level. For nearly all the countries in the east asian region china is the dominant economic patna of all of the countries in the region and that is just a fact at its reflects. The extent to which china has grown as the dominant economic power in east asia. Alexander downer. The former. Foreign minister says that now's the time to reduce our exposure to china. But what everyone is saying. There's nothing new novel in that. And obviously when people start to realize that we are going to have for a long time a difficult and challenging relationship with china's manage. That's a fairly obvious. Point to make interesting from In addition to being former minister former director of the board of while clay. And very active Proponent in boosting. Australia china trade relations phrase time as soon as minister and i work very closely with him in that and i think we achieved a lot. So why wouldn't you wanna diversify every sensible business. Every sensible company diversifies the port made over and over again on this aspect is that it's going to be very hard. Because of the absolute scale and growth and prosperity of china. You are a foreign policy realist. All gripe house ruthless and that includes chana hardball at every turn and the stronger. China gets the more likely to throw its wide around now to the extent. These realist analysis is correct. How on earth do we solve. this problem. absolutely correct agree with all those points. Another point that needs to be made. And you don't make it much tom. And your pride yourself as being a realist and that is the relationship is asymmetrical that is effect. We need china. More than china needs us. This is not a comfortable place for us to be but it's a place we are. It's a place where we're stack and will remain and so We need to work out how to manage that relationship and we haven't done a particularly good job of a judging by the state rewritten today. So although you express yourself in a different way you essentially gray with the foreign policy realists professor join me shauna regular guest on this program and he argues that his china's power increases its definition of its national interests will grow and then beijing will seek a survey influence in areas on which its future security and prosperity dependent in response. The us will go to great lengths to stop china's rises. It essentially. your argument is well up a poet. I'm a great Admire of joint mish as well. I differ with him on a couple of points but his analysis and arguments have been hugely influential in helping me shape my thinking about these But i put on sphere of influence is. I think that's already happened. I think china is the dominant paranagua this at length in my book in eurasia from the east china sea to also china is the dominant parent. That's happened largely because sanctions against russia poor economic performance by russia Pushback from from europe against russia has meant that brushes had to cede to china's ascendancy in eurasia and so very part of the world. And i think we now live in a world of michigan talks about a world of two great powers with boundary orders and in the question then becomes is some equilibrium at stable between the two. And i believe there is.
"pinder" Discussed on TODAY is a Good Day Podcast
"And friends and with the journey that we've been through. What advice would you give to family and friends who are trying to help? A family member, a daughter, a son, a niece somebody going through the nick you and they don't know what to do I. Mean What advice would you give to them? I would definitely say, just the be patient. and. Just be there sometimes just sitting in silence in they're crying just as silence in just let them have their moment because it doesn't matter if your child live for an hour over two minutes couple days even a moss you know that's still a huge impact on that person because they felt they formed a bond with their child. So you know they have their days when they wanted to break down just. Be there. Say when you're whenever you're ready to talk I'm here for you just be present, be conflating and allow them to have their emotions. You know a lot of people think that Oh, you know they should be over by now. That's something traumatic. That's that's trauma. You know you can never be over trauma. You know you have days where they're good. You might have your days when are bad but allow them to have their days. You can't put a time stamp on with somebody's grieving because that's a huge. Impact in our life. So tell us about jase today. What's he up to his favorite thing to do? A JAS is non verbal but he definitely gets his point across HE LOVES HIS AMAZON KIDS tablet and I love it too. He loves MUSIC HE REALLY LOVES GOSPEL MUSIC TO THOSE DRUMS. He just just a happy baby which I'm like thankful for. Is a miracle for sure. and. How do you continue to honor Amar's life for their birthday we always do pink balloon releases. So at the end of like their party, like we'll all come together, we'll talk a you know will release the balloons and every now, and then like I'll look in her box that I have like the pictures of her and then one day like I'll be able to get enough courage enough strength to get because we have her ashes to get like necklaces you know put her you know put are near but you know I do like Like I have picture like a have employment picture of worked for my baby shower because I got people to sign around it. So I could see what she looked like. So that's hanging in Jason's room. Their pictures together pictures of Maurice Ho in there like a me Horner, Alto Jays like that's your sister. You know you say are yeah that's all I honor. That's great. We'll porsche I am so grateful as I said at the beginning of our conversation that you came into my life that day and I feel very blessed to know you and your mom for sure. But I really appreciate you coming in sharing your story today you are an inspiration for many as is jase such a little love can't wait to see him again. But grateful for your friendship and thanks for sharing your story. Thank you for having me..
"pinder" Discussed on TODAY is a Good Day Podcast
"Like we skin to skin I held her the Maurice. held her until we took her off the ventilator. I was thankful that I was able to do that but it was it. It was kind of difficult because it I think that was like my current Jason's my Kirch So it was like, okay, she passed now I got a focus on Jason. He was my focus for so long. That's why I stopped. You know doing my show and everything because he was my focus. So You know you got only high for so long and mask for so long where you know you had your days when you feel good like it's just something there and you're like is going on like I'm happy ending I'm crying. Or just don't feel like doing anything and that's when I was talking to my aunt she's a therapist and she was like maybe need to therapy and. Need to go to therapy like fine but it was just like, oh, shoot it's like on future weight on your shoulders and. I was like. I'm just I just feel weighted down. So I went in my like my first session. I. Just felt so free like I feel so much better. Thanks so much more energy because all of the motions that I was feeling that I'll shine amass trying to high because. I just felt like nobody understood what I was going through. So I kinda Max, my motion so much that when I went to the my therapist and I, just let it all out I was life. I just felt like, I, just lost ten pounds and it was ten pounds of baggage and when you look back, what were some of the triggers for you I mean what what stood out for you as you knew that? Something was going to happen when I see. People. That are pregnant and you know there, Billy's all big. You know I didn't really get to experience the I, didn't get to have a photo shoot So those are kind of like hard triggers for me..
"pinder" Discussed on TODAY is a Good Day Podcast
"A My. I don't know something just appear in Yukon something doesn't feel right. So I reached out to on because he does get early intervention reached out to them and I asked them you know, can he get a developmental test So he had his developmental in December and then that's when you know the results came back. He told me you know he has autism. So I was just like. If I I was very upset like an. Ally because I'm Mike Laura, my child heathy fall his life I just want something. Easy for him could you not some people look at kids autism differently and I didn't want them to judge him. Sorry. Oh. So that was hard But I said are. Porsche. You got this, you can do so. Thank you. So I. Reached out to. His. Case manager was like now he can go to Elwin. So he goes to L. When I saw a drastic change they are very good there they love him he gets spoil but I saw like he was progressing more. He was doing more things even better things like that, and so I was like, okay, I had Kinda then I went to therapy because I was still having hard time. It was still hard for me to talk about it. To be a family my cousins was like you don't come hang out with us because I always emotions. I knew they wouldn't understand it. So I just Kinda clue myself and then I was like. What the judge? So. I went to therapy and that was the best thing got could did because. I never really don't is Mars passing. So I had to. I had to deal with a because I when she passed my focus was on Jay's right back and it. Always been really dealt with those emotions so. She helped me to cope with. You know it's okay to fill everything you're feeling you know it's okay to be upset about Jay's autistic but that doesn't make you a bad mom. Keep fighting so. Everybody you know if you need to get therapy go ahead they don't mean you're crazy nothing like that is a week. You know you just me some extra help. So that helped me and then I just been. 'cause I of had to navigate ought to ought to the by myself.
"pinder" Discussed on TODAY is a Good Day Podcast
"That, you had to get it out, pull yourself back together and go back because you had to stay strong I looked at it as. Who Am I to give up when I got another child fighting for his life? Like you can't give up because you still have a child in there for you kid. You. Can't give up. You have to fight just like your child is fighting. You lost one and I told her I, said, okay. Now you take care of your brother. So I don't like for some reason I was a peace with the situation because I feel like she's not suffering any more she doesn't have to be poked prodded she's with her her. Great. Great. Grandmother's like i. felt like Ed piece I was really at peace with it. Then crozier made it. So peaceful too because they was like whenever you ready. Let us know we're not gonNA rush you a so everything was so like calming and peaceful and I, and I pray asks for by God to give me peace in the strength. So I just I just had to look at it like my child is fighting to even breathe you're breathing. So. Get up and go in just was every day I just went back. I just went back and I just kept going as you look back on your journey and What Jas has been through the nick you in particular. As, we're talking to other families who are currently navigating this nick you and I have to say Porsche is one of our original listening session hosts. She started with US Crozier was the second hospital we started partnering with Porsche came in to meet with other families. But what's that piece of advice that you give to other families? How do you help them to face each day and keep taking it one day at a time? Always tell them Sometimes it looks like you key see like the light of day and always seldom you know after every storm is always a rainbow. So you gotta keep pushing like push no matter what and I tell them I said I was like after an Mar pay. I was like a like a kind of a bad place because then like bad news about Jason I was like I can't take no more bad news like I just can't I was ready to give up and then that's when they told me. You know we got some. A couple here and they went to exact same thing you went through when I think you should meet them. Okay and that like a gaze Dow's like confirmation from God to like this is evidence like it's a family that went through the exact same thing you went through their daughter is doing better they have another child. A fulltime pregnancy like this is evidence like it's GonNa be okay and I was just like you know. Not Not Kinda at first I was like I didn't I didn't post a Lotta pictures of Jason Mark Because I didn't want to see a lot of people I, don't want a lot of people to see them like that s one thing I kinda regret it to i..
"pinder" Discussed on TODAY is a Good Day Podcast
"Connect with my kids because I can't touch them. There in incubators earned a lights like they have I these all in like their skins transparent is like they're growing on the outside when it really supposed to be on the inside So that was all that was an experience in itself too because I had to realize that. Everybody normal is different right so my normal is heaven babies that are young and deal with you know the monitors stuff going off like Abbie in there and like my cousins come visit like how do you stay on as like? Oh, it's just nothing like I'm I'm used to in like well, how can you hold on me? So little I'm used to it to you about the Nikko I mean I know We weren't familiar with the nick. About, the Nick you mark Huzzah actually had her daughter a month before, and that's when I heard about like, oh, she was Nikki but I didn't know anything about it and so like I had to experience it and I felt like Obgyn's win a tell you about pregnancy. They also need to give you a pamphlet about being like premiums in the Nikki because when you think pregnancy, you think of healthy baby ten fingers ten toll we talk about that all the time. That's what you think of. But you it's also a whole nother aspect as well. So that's why when they told me about the Nikki I'm like, oh. Okay. Well, whatever like that'd be home soon and it will definitely will day and then with a Mara going through the whole transition of she was always the stronger one. She she you know she didn't have any many many issues jas they told me head on they. Was a short he was gonna make it because his lungs were so bad after his x Ray gave an x ray and it was like all these little holes in his leg the like these are air pumps. If his lungs collapsed, there's nothing we can do but at Crozier, the does the one doctor she made me feel comfortable. She was generally cassara she was like even when I go home I worry about him. He's always in my thoughts. So I would just pray and I was like Lor, please protect my babies like protect them like limb and come home, and then one night they called me an October. And he told me like. Amara own she's got affection and he wasn't able to get like vitals on. They couldn't get like a heart rate owner for no like a blood pressure on for hours and they was like you need to come to come to the Nick Gale Saul came there, and at this point, Jas had three infections and his body was responding to the medication. So I'm thinking you know she'll be filing..
"pinder" Discussed on TODAY is a Good Day Podcast
"For she's GonNa share her personal journey of welcoming Amar Jas saying goodbye to Amara and stains strong for Jase. And every time I see you my friend, I take I I go back to that day by years ago when you and I met in the lobby. The crozier Nikiel and I'm so glad you came into my life that day and I'm really happy to have you here today with us for tells a little bit about your pregnancy journey and your story. Well, thank you for this opportunity to come and speak with you guys. You know it's always love Yes and I was also blessed. You know in two thousand fifteen to meet you and your husband and your family, and you know it's been love ever since. You. Know you guys are truly genuine and passionate and humble, and you know what you're doing is a blessing and I'm glad the you know you're using your gifts God gave you said blessed other people and to bring light to. The peop- preemies community if they lost community because it is taboo. Thing if you don't go through it. with me and two Thousand Fifteen I was twenty, five, hundred, twenty, six found out the in Jason's father we found out pregnant. WE'RE WE'RE HAVING TWINS I. Two for one special. We were to last out of our friends even like half kid like I'll go from one to. Oh twins, Duke run in my family. So but ours was the only opposite sex like is normally same sex laws. Old I'm done boy girl that's it. I found out they were boy and girl to be two weeks before had them So I was having like pains in my stomach and I didn't know what it was because this is my first pregnancy I wasn't do until January sixteenth I'm not thinking, I'm having contractions thing I'm having stomach pains. So it happened like Tuesday night so I will lift up I turn over and they will go away so I went back to sleep it kept happy capital and then like Wednesday morning. Day the pain will go away and I'm like, oh my goodness like my stomach is hurting so bad..
"pinder" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"I don't know if he's played any short for him. I think he has. But he was he basically last year when they were struggling with their second base spot, hey, would fill in a ton like and then they went. At one point they gave Sheldon noisy there. Other prospects taken basement, but he plays third. Sometimes, when, when Chapman's our place in left field for Robbie Grossman, he'll play some right feeds on the giant right now or ever in the last 10 years, no clocks or the wrong combo playing field and Ari's didn't play left fielder. But you lost. No, because he's better like this guys. He bends over. He's so Yeah, he came up to 2016. But in what became more of a regular in 2017, 18 and 19 he had just in the 300 plate appearances per year. He had 15 13 and 13 bombs, So he's got some pop. They played better than third yesterday. Battered him third and right out of the gate. Within my first reaction of that game was won the A's posted. Their lineup was like Chad Pinder is your three hitter and, like, Have I been sleeping on Chad Pinder? Well, no, no, no, that is a three and look what he does do. He gets the three run Jack that wins. Give me also added the sac. Fly two playoff Pinder, Bro. Playoff Pinder postseason. Pinter play up energy. Well, you should've known Remember the exhibition game this summer at at Oracle Park. He hit that opposite field, Jack. That was the one that got cocoa going about how right he was dead Throat at China Basin This year it was Pender who hit the ball into the right field. RK and yeah, like Newman on son felt Pinder. Check his 2019 game log, though he goes 46 games in left field was 34 games in right field, 21, a 2nd 17 at third five and center. He also D H for three, played short for three and he played first base for two. So he took every present. Dude Farhaan right now is just like Farhaan had to put on a bit When you mentioned he started drooling. I mean, that's like the ultimate Farhaan utility guy, But he's got pop Can any gets on base like he's he's a legit can play every day at some position is taking utility that next level. I can't think of a utility player like that utility that used Ben Zobrist was that talking about from my giants in its history that growing up? Not even sure I can this guy not like that. That's that's amazing. It really is into hit up the three hole, dude, and then he does it, and he hits a home run and, by the way, had a fun and spirited given Take with Carrie Crowley on Twitter yesterday about the prevalence of home runs going on right now, What's this Take so he said he sent out a tweet saying I see a lot of tweets expressing Let me find exact anyway says I see a lot of hard to find, but the instance of a carry crowd I known, he said, a lot of tweets, expressing concern with the amount of home runs being hit period, you said I happen to like homeruns period. You know, I wish there were more period. Even that is innocent. Busiest. I was just feeling frisky. And it's so funny. He's on Twitter got so serious so fast, dude. Well, you never know how to deal with somebody to release and I know you don't. I was literally smiling when I tweet when I wrote back to him. But he unfortunately context is everything. Yes, I wrote. I wrote. So I wrote to him and I'm definitely poke and I was definitely focused. I e go. It was heroes. Good OSI and see you're not a baseball guy then, Casey. Oh, you touched a nerve. You know what does that? What does that even mean? I know she's not ready for realization yet. No. But then here, I think I wrote back. I said something. Like I should probably find the entire exchange for But then here came the carry Crowley Army out. Nice. Nice Here. They can't go away, old man. Go, go, go Watch your black and white movies. Grandpa, So funny did I was like I was just trying to throw a playful little jab there. But in all seriousness, a shred of truth is I said the homerun became so prevalent that the thrill of the home run has sort of dissipated, and I think it's worth talking about. That's an interesting point. Actually feel like I actually feel like the home runs now are so common. Yeah, you get used to it when you hear the stat Polly give this one to Murph yesterday following this, actually, I talked to Cary yesterday team following this interaction Andre were talking about how now teams and I don't think it happened until last night, the last game of the night where teams in the playoffs You're now 19 and one went out homer in their opponents. So that's all you have to win baseball. Yeah, and that's the point carry following up to me and said, What's the record of teams that hit and run? And I said it probably C zero and zero is why I guess it hasn't even happened. Obviously, we like home runs, guys. We like home runs. The point being is I like a variety of baseball. You don't want one dimensional tell. Yeah. One demand. I love a good home run shot out. Mike Morrison, Travis Murphy. I also like a little situational tension and I like a little situational skill set, and I like a guy who can hit the sack fly was like I like a pitcher having toe workout of Ah jam by getting the ground ball double play like two layers of baseball. I don't like one flavor of baseball 31 flavors. Baskin Robbins, Murph doesn't say one flavor. It's his 31 flavors. Yeah, ust Murphy and get into a into our guys. Sammy Eustis, Then coming. How's my boy doing? You talk about somebody who wants to poke? He got involved to poke Murph. And did you know where he went immediately Know your favorite statistic of all time? Great. The know how So what he did to Polly. He went and dug up a tweet of mine Copes. How long was that? How do you know the day? But San must have been at least six months overseas. But he had time Houston that all the time in the world I know was he was ready to get out. I said my favorite statin baseballs that when Babe Ruth retired with 714 home runs. The closest guy to him was Jimmie Foxx with 348. So use this is like so what's up, Murph? Your favorite spat has to.
"pinder" Discussed on Dental Leaders Podcast
"Brian at a practice and a he used to do sedation so this lady had come in and she hugs sedation and she then turn around and accused him of stealing some money from her handbag. All it turned out actually that he'd stolen the money would have had to give a change for the amount of money that was in her which was completely impossible and the pork chop it had to counselees holiday. The plan for his wife and three small children go through. It was awful so it got thrown out so I mean there were there. Were enough of us. The other case I do remember was a very serious one. Actually because it was a in a practice. Where the did sedation and there needs to test. His idea was that when people had their sedation finished the he would give them a suppository of painkiller so not to go into too much detail. One of the patients went home and thought she'd been assaulted. Then another young patient came up and what we believed. Was that the that the initial tests had getting gratification out of that anyway. The when the barristers were questioning people an again are actually said to the to the to the dentist there. I said. Would you let that happen to your wife. Because it's not normal for people could be given that in a dental practice because their defense was well. It's in the hospitals. That's what they give but just by an inner by nurse anyway. The two of us in the end we think the case was he got a homily those to get what's called a homily those days which is a little telling off slap on the wrist a slap on the wrist here so he got a slap on the wrist. But if we hadn't stuck up and said certainly got anything but all different than all different other. I mean juicy ones. I don't mean that was something that was clearly the dense doing something wrong and it was the right thing to do to get him to stop him from practicing okay to whether it was it was it about skill level. Was it about all of these stealing money from the system at hr sort of? I think I think the one that's again sticks out a bit was there was a man. He practiced in north London. And I think in those days and this must have be nineteen in the nightly eighties. He was grossing three hundred thousand pounds a year on the jess and what it turned out. We saw a patient who came as a witness the t don route feelings on every to every post earier tooth and he said that he could do you know. His notes said that he'd done to quarter two days in an hour. I remember saying Mr Dotty. I shouldn't say his name was supposed to be but he was. It was public. You're able to work very fast Anissa. Egypt said I'm very efficient aloft. Not Laugh okay well. He was a menace damaging patient. The patient was happy. Said I've got no pain and I think he was using something called spat inspired but not the greatest of materials was a what made you win. Was the time when you thought you were practicing dentist. I'm going to go food. Gdp election. It was when I was chairman of the GDP a salty with something. I would like to do And I worked hard at it and the were at the time there was only one moment on the. Gd See elected member. That was Margaret seaward. Oh and there was a lady as well so I thought okay. We'll I'll I'll have ago so one of the things I did was to got the register and I sent out envelopes canvassing to every woman on the register every couple so am I got two votes and also through the GDP through their magazine. So I got elected quite easily about. Gdp really provenance both. WanNa get stuff done in our businesses. Say but personally I really. I don't like meetings and panels and all of that so I've never put myself forward for anything like that but clearly you must be quite good at that right to become chairman of the GDP and to go for the GDP and so are you one of those get stuff done in meetings type of per people. There's a lot of stuff you can get done. Show not in meetings behind the scenes. You only know people or I read very easily. I can read. I speed read books I can. I can read two books a week so I was being careful that when I did meeting so I knew my brief the I'd read my papers. This nothing annoys me more than come to meetings. And somebody hasn't read the papers. So that's me. Sir but well also because if you read the papers you have to go through the whole thing all over again so that I don't like meetings particularly but the have to be in some respects so and I think the pivotal thing was when when when I met my husband. He was a journalist with Toronto Globe in Mail and he was then called back to Canada and I agreed to go with it at the time. He wasn't divorced so I have an. I couldn't practices as dentists at that time. So as patients are had the head of the salvation army worldwide. Who Was Canadian? And they got me a job in a salvation army hostel so I could get landed immigrant status in Toronto Toronto on the issues which you nineteen seventy five to seventy seven different was dentistry there. Compared to always lock different world high-level much higher level much higher level and in fact during eighty. It made me realize how low our standards were the thing about the and the Canadians really really look down on British dentists. Funnily enough the only dental school though it was any good was Newcastle Newcastle. Graduates used to pass their exam. That how to how to sort of ten percent pass rate because it didn't want foreign dentis so went through a lot and I worked in a hospital for a year the taught me how to make dentures properly and a lot of other things so when I came back I was determined failed exam first time so I was determined not to be seen as a failure so one of the first people at the MGD Ns role which because of my time in Canada passed and there was not a very high pass rates at that stage that short time in Canada's you think accelerated your growth as a as a dentist in terms skill says knowledge absolutely yeah career career defining really Jerry. What would you put the level story the quality of the dentistry in the UK being lower? What would you put that down to? I mean we've got some of the best schools would you say the NHL as the face and with your experience of the dental world. From when you when you started your parents and so how would you summarize h has dentistry but you say overall it's a good thing bad thing where we now was it good before and it's no longer because from when I qualified I did not and I said to everyone I need. I'm not going to do any. You applied for a job in private and back then and you couldn't go from proven and I said to the guy that I'll take forty percent and he suddenly changed his back. Then it was a fifty percent split and I said I'll take forty so I did not want to work in that system and and we're talking about the satellites ninety seven. Yes and today's worse for paid for them to stand for patient. How can it be? I think is one of the tragedies of my career that when I came back I was like on a mission to to sort of say look. This is a better way. This is this is not worked far too fast. Eight and it was item of service. Then so the faster you work. The more you know knots okay. Some people could work very fast and in fact I was always quiet for fast worker so I was quite fast. Efficient efficient better word. The guy's name and then over the years. Of course we got to nine thousand nine hundred eighty eight a name. They changed the contract to the computation ebb and every time and I just started my practice. Yeah I just started my brand new practice which are which was from scratch in just north of the Balkan and the reduce the fees by ten percent. I had massive loans because this was nineteen eighty eight at the time. Interest rates were ten percent and in fact. I remember Black Wednesday or whatever. It was called when they went up to fifteen percent overnight. I remember sitting on the Sofa and home and say I'm finished remember. Nigel Lawson's yeah. I'm finished. This is no way. I can pay these huge loads so disadvantaged and I was disadvantaged in and wants to do a good service etcetera and ultimately I realized I could. I was giving private dentistry. Basically to h patience. So you know it wasn't going to work financially. Just learn how how how easy it was to get your hands on Monday. Compared to like now it's really hard you know if you apply for a bank loan and all that sort of stuff and even going back to two thousand and five if you were set up your own dental practice in new business here at then they'll give you a hundred and ten percent loam yes no. Pg's what was it like back there. You generally easy except for women Women used to find it. Hard to have a guarantor or it was crazy as the was crazy but actually ultimately I was on the Women Dentistry Standing Glasgow Conference and the Natwest Not West. I was at had a new woman. Bank manager name was Rita Hanratty and she spoke to me and she said she looked at my things. And she said I'll fund you so that's how it came about. She was marvellous. Actually but I remember once having something another I wanted a bit of an overdraft extension or something and she said I said well this. This is up and she said to me. They'll always be something whatever it is that sticks in my head because it's true so true something happens and you get right and something else happens that you hadn't expected and you have to be able to deal with the unexpected and uncertainty. Rayleigh finances team members or illness or health. Or whatever I something's going to get something happens in in in the poll in politics take the funding away. You know you've seen all the changes in in life and the changes of happened in dentistry but to me the saddest and the worst thing is that they got something called the other system you do. What would discuss you thought? That can't be is ludicrous. Is completely ludicrous. What will the rest of the world doesn't have this nonsense and it's been there for so long? Jenny worked in the corridors of powerless. Say How do these things happen? I mean most. Dentists are out there pulling teeth and then the system changes shortly. There's a dental representative doing that. Deal the government. Yes I think word. Well they've let us down completely leaders. Yes completely when if I would say to dupe the Bj does do good things at. I was a member for a long long time. Was President of the Metropolitan Branch. The social aspect was great. I actually enjoyed the politics etcetera etcetera. But what do you look? Nhl Dentistry which is actually for many many dentists stiller bread and butter hip. No what's happened over since I am not qualified in Nineteen. Seventy.
"pinder" Discussed on Dental Leaders Podcast
"To the dental leaders. Podcast today we have the pleasure of Interviewing Jeff. Pender who I've known for probably about nine years. Now he's nearly a decade and just chatting now before this interview. We learned so much about the different things that you've achieved in dentistry. And and the different things you've represented in terms of the women's groups and being on the GD and the F. GDP which will expand on learn a lot more about but jenny. I JUST WANNA start off by asking about your upbringing where you grew up and what your childhood was like I grew up in Doncaster and South Yorkshire. My father was a dentist and had a war for those days. Very beautiful practice. The town is a mining town balls but my father was a dentist. My mother was a dentist. Both my grandparents were dentists and they were dentists under the old nine thousand nine hundred ninety one act where they hadn't got any as the other people call them proper qualifications and then. I've got two uncles. Two cousins and to my brothers are dental technicians are still to this day to your mother must have been a real pioneer one of the very very early. Lady Dentists. Yes she was and it's only fairly recently found out that she got a Carnegie Scholarship. Her parents were very well off. If you were a dentist. Sort of pre nineteen forty eight. It was a bit of sometimes could be scratching a living really so without that scholarship. She wouldn't have been able to go to Glasgow University and yes there. Were only two women dental students there at the time that ultimately the war came along and She was called up and my father was also called up and they met when during their service in the Rif on and the rest is history from that point of view. I'm Mother didn't work again as a dentist after after she was married. Partly because there was no retraining schemes. There was no. The tax system was such. If she worked she actually would by father would been a tax bracket and so she really wouldn't earn anything and he also don't think was very keen on her to do it so so her career sort of went into abeyance which it which is a pity. But that's how it was so your childhood. Were you memories of being the kid of to dentists. We were in a town. Where a lot of the dentists and doctors hunter sort of fairly closed social group. A lot of them had come out of the forces after the war and NHS began in one thousand nine hundred forty eight and that was really when our fathers practice took off in a big way in particular making dentures because they had a lab on the premises with for three technicians. Every Friday was denture day so and I remember going up to the lab to be had a measuring thing on the on the wall to be measured as we grew in height so it was a common thing I was I studied in card if it was a common thing my patients. She's telling me for their wedding present. Their parents used to give them a full set of dentures. Says the pictures would be nice for Gossiping rather lightly. I heard it from the horse's mouth just to be the oldest. If in patients who tell me well could could Wales Buford. Scotland was different as well. It really a bit like the myth of the dentists put his knee on my chest when he was taking my tooth out that goes round and round and round pick so we decided to be a dentist was always we always going to be a dentist or was there a moment when you realized well what does this. I will always wanted to be a doctor. Actually all those years ago I went to boarding school for for seven years from when I was ten and the teaching physics was absolutely terrible. We were girls and it wasn't really that somebody came from a local grammar school so I failed physics the first time in fact the second Tom. I only scraped through with me when I went to the local tech to retake by a levels. So it didn't get into medicine the quotas then they only took fifteen percent of women the maximum twenty five percent. There was just as many women wanted to get in so anyway so ultimately going to Sheffield University. Physiology was bored stiff with it. So I asked if I could change the dentistry and my dad agreed to fund it. And so that's why so. That's what that's what happened. And was was changed over that time was quite simple and straightforward to do going from physiology to yes it was actually the cost was law will other course in dentistry was four years so yes it was easy. It just meant an extra year university that my father had to fund. Because we didn't we only got the minimum grant really. So why can't why were their quotas back in the day? I mean you sort of refer back to solve your boarding school and and and you know it wasn't predominantly female. Assail all mixed fifty fifty. That was it was it was all female. It was all all sorts of yes. It was all famous mixed boarding schools back. Then I mean we had just just up the road past the crossroads where we used to go for walks. There was an army apprentice school right and we're not allowed to go. We go left or right at the crossroads across not across many women with their own. Your calls dental perch four out of forty so but you were popular then it sometimes. It has its advantages. When I couldn't I couldn't bend we had to make our own. Adams cribs things in those days and I was actually hopeless at bending wires so you know it seemed to be that the men were better at that so somebody Jews to step in and help oppy days. Yes so going back to applying for medicine. Which is what you wanted to do. I guess rebel against the dentists in your family. The reason you didn't get in probably because they have quotas back in the days that the first time you kind of felt like you were discriminated against as a yes. I think it was the headquarters because they could It was not until the nineteen seventy five. Six Discrimination Act was passed that there does it all changed and of course now. We've swung over probably to these slightly more women applicants for either medicine dentistry as well then again. The second thing I found I was being discriminated against was applaud folks. When I went to work I applied for permanent health insurance to cover me if I was sick and I did it through dentists provident and I discovered that to take on a sort of extra thing was through friends provident life and for that I was had to pay a premium of seventy five percent more than men for being female. Was that standard practice. But then yes pay more and what was. The reason for the other said women were sick more often. It didn't a pregnancy. Didn't cover anything like that and I saw. This isn't right for me. If I think something is not right I will stick at it and pursue it so ultimately I went to the equal opportunities commission as it was then and said you know what about this so they agreed to fund the case so we took the case to court and actually we lost we lost then but but but little bit later on things did change. So what was it about? I mean I'm sure there were many women in your position who probably thought okay. A higher premium is what it is and then you come along and say I'm taking this course sunshine. What about you the made you just saw the thing? I'M GONNA a difference and I'm going to going to stand for women. Well the something within me that stands up for anybody or anything that I think is it. Just Reggie comes from Geneva. My grandma my grandma who had eleven children of whom of the of the six brothers? She was determined that my grandfather was gonna get on and she was determined she. Her father was an ore miner from Cumbria and she was determined her some. We're going to be something and I think there is a very very close to know stories but yes interest and also through through doing you know one of the things. I've I've done since I retired and I. I was trading for it in the last years of retirement was. I've become a professional family history researcher. So I'd go. I've gone into a lot of depth of my own family to an also helps put life in perspective that understand where people have done what they what they did really so yes so I got the sex discrimination case was a lot of publicity before that a lady Coffee Simpson who was also on the General Dental Council with main who got so no no actually before that I was chairman of the GDP when it existed you may not remember that it was sort of the the but different the BDA but diff- sort of higher level was lower level lower level down on a really became. The chairman of that serve met Fiona Simpson and she found out. I was doing this case because so some publicity took about four years to come to court and she put her a petition in the Belfast. Dental school where she was working which she sent to me with all the signatures in support and so with her and because of the publicity we started women in Dentistry which was nine thousand nine hundred eighty five and we were discussing before I was saying. This seems to be a lot of new women in Dentistry groups that we had we had. Morrocon who who had. Who has AGGRIPA and Linda does something and we were all of them. Is it harder to be a woman in life than to be a man? Forget the industry for a moment no different. Yeah different and I was talking to my team about it last week and there were all these physical situations where my marketing manager. Lauro were saying you often. She's walking down the street and having to worry whether it's almost gonNa jump on her and she was saying that's not something that a man has to worry about and I get it. I get that but outside outside of those obvious physical strength situation. Is it harder to be a woman in life or not using the it's different and it's I think it's different at different times of life? I think there are certainly harder things in careers when it comes to the years when child having children becomes all the dentistry is one of the careers where you sort of least affected by the in my view because a lot of careers if you take five years out comeback nowhere near where you would have been whereas within the street. The primary relationships the with the patient. And if you've got a good patient relationship you can come back and hit the ground running. So what about obviously back your back then use? You saw this this situation where men and women weren't getting the same treatment as far as insurance but with job prospects with the way patients. Talk to you the way bosses talk to you the way you're someone who's going on in politics in teaching and so forth. Would you say it's hard as dentists to be a woman back then and now what's what what would you say about no? I don't think it was hardest actually to be a dentist search back in those days. What came out of the women? Dentists Women Dentistry was. There was no maternity scheme for women dentists in the NHL which was a big huge was a huge gap and actually we found that the really the BDO. We're not interested in the BEDIA was at that time overwhelmingly male and none of them were interested in this except one person called Diana Scarlet. Who took it and run with it and ultimately the wasn't maternity scheme in in there is a maternity scheme which we were directly responsible forgetting. So you know there are if there are things that need addressing the weren't interested because it wasn't of any interest to men in general you know they've got other things to be more interested in politics so if you haven't got any women around there to be interested in it it doesn't get done so that's where we sort of were able to fulfill a need really to do that when when you were working on on the GDP you you mentioned that you'd sound various panels and hearings and things like that. You're talking to an price that you're talking about how you will stand up for anything if his unjust did you ever find yourself in a situation where you thought this is. A dentist was up and pumps. It wasn't his or her fault or whatever it was let to be. Fair is less common back in their nowadays. These are these every case is less common but it was dealt with in a different way. They had a preliminary proceedings committee. Which of course there were there. Were I think fourteen elected dentists but there were also there were heads of dental schools and although there was criticized as sort of them in us. That was a lot of very sound sensible capable people and you felt that it was a privilege to be there because you've been elected by your peers so was over in just one year and one sticks out in my mind it may seem like we had to preliminary proceedings committee so we the which were mostly dentists. One layperson there was just a few people. We used to have a huge bundle of papers to look through most of which came to nothing. And it really. There was serious professional misconduct. And it really. I think was the Moore seat. The serious ones that got through that went through. It has its faults but this particular case was a young was the youngest chop from.
"pinder" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Like the Pinder phone somebody inside the bus shot video of the cops and the woman after she was rescued here's what the videographer had to say because all the and then they close the door without even noticing that he was in there and it's it's use knocking the whole time I guess we kind of heard a knocking on my the door to check if anybody through Hartford you sit in your seat trying to resolve any here help me actually what came out after the fact as was the cops got there was the bus driver had an altercation with this woman that ticked off and threw it in the luggage compartment why I locked her in there yeah the bus driver did it because in the video when they got to pull over in the in the bus drivers like he's sure pretending to be looking for is that what model what's in there wow yeah but that the bus driver was arrested on numerous charges so it whatever I need but what a way to get even with the pastor GL like lock him in the luggage rack and kick it got are you open a man's that your luggage look what little closer flames and a fire at the start dropping down ninety five if the next seven put a suitcase on the bus at Disney think of it the same way wow scary we have a rapid fire governor that scared as all the new stories will well not interrupt a lot of commentary coming up next please upload aboard ship traffic weather together on the five right now what's going on there hi guys read couple minor incidents now on I ninety five first off a broken down car ninety five north bound after glade's road that's blocking the right shoulder suggested caution on the approach there for the disabled vehicle nine ninety five north bound at PGA Boulevard also offer the shoulder this report is sponsored by staples because everything your business needs at low prices now get arena staples copy paper for just three forty nine that's the lowest price for the season in store only on front skew number thirteen fifty eight fifty five and eight ten nineteen while supplies last limits and staples that's three fifty WFTV all traffic the web of whether crystal talking to bus story anyway we get such I look at that how do you like that no rain this morning and at night hopefully it'll.
"pinder" Discussed on AP News
"To two point nine million this is this is the first time since twenty oh three the number slip from the prior year friction between the US and China on trade issues he certainly one reason for the slowdown there are others economic uncertainty in China has trouble is at the low end of the market vacationing closer to home and those who do travel father a seeking how to more exotic destinations like Croatia on the pole I'm Charles of it as much twelve professional models including Carmen Electra and Lucy Pinder are suing five Las Vegas strip clubs they claim their photos were used by the clubs for advertising without permission or payments the Las Vegas review journal reports separate federal civil lawsuits accusing each club of violating the federal land him act and a bad as right of publicity law Electra and Pinder clean pirated photos of them were used without their consent on social media and promotional flyers the review journal says defendants declined or didn't respond to requests for comment the lawsuit say the models had no affiliation with the clubs but the use of their photos implied they endorse them or worked there I read a folly with AP news minute South Korea says it detected an unidentified object flying near the border with North Korea this morning a day after president trump a north Korean leader Kim Jong hoon met at the border and agreed to resume diplomacy not clear what the object was a small plane crashed after take off from the Dallas area airport yesterday killing all ten people on board the NTSB is Bruce Landsberg the aircraft was a beach super king air three fifty aircraft he was asked if the engine failed but said he could not confirm that at this point the Hong Kong government is marked the twenty second anniversary of the former British colony's return to China as police faced off with protesters there they try to break into a legislative building there this morning police warn them not to try that Facebook says it will make advertisements for jobs loans and credit card offers searchable for all users in the U. S. I read a folly AP digital news back in a moment one reason for thirty second audio tour of Ireland she's very German castle German.
"pinder" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"Said i don't know between two pinder that thing is with them check out the knapp is that they ask us not to talk about this and he said that so so oh when it comes to break their into reticent to read this is really the perfect would get used it's not a so they're gonna logging you per se just going to find a way to cover up the truth it's just that simple the government did not want to talk about this if this win and you know what happened on it posted be united states just two years later in nineteen forty four when germans are this is near the end don't work probably addition after june sacked after the invasion of normandy the german center will be you'll both score the united states you know boats and the watching ramps amir for dick no never the japanese since he played because i'm a four dicks of this submarine right german you'll bodes had launch rams honor for decked they room when shane they would surface they would launch right now so stay with one to being one yeah the united states with so what bombing american cities for the first time would've been effective no it's the germans figured out what if that mission fuse was for atomic bomb yes it would have been effective so i mean he was a case where with that was over that when you put attack from united states was heavily cover the new york times in nineteen forty four through the end of the year heavily cover it was scoring was familiar feel role of what he can do you work that the east coast wasn't being defended heavily enough in case if you're in bombing attack on east coast cities that was white open it was full transparency of that yet on the west coast two years earlier their silence know that was not investigation stats don't to me and belt the the the history of us folks citing was particularly coming out of the water around los angeles unidentified sit merged this emerged objects and you have foes well i called water surrounding away you know what's fascinating.
"pinder" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"It i'm not sure hell be around if and when the pinder's our good again but they have at least from the outside turned things around to the point where they are again have an interesting farm system and a bad a product which is kind of what preller inherited in the first place so yeah he made that everyone nothing del son here looks sway data wet to me i don't know anything else you want to point out and mock unquestioned well okay so we have to in this in a few minutes cause i got my chat because you know i got to do some other so the angels finished seventh lowest seventh wasn't yeah at the right angles or a given the seven plus rating at one point eight for their sandwiched between the rays who are you know they try their damn best and of the marlins who i guess have some things in common with the rays and some things very much not in common with the rays being does a right there in between they are one of seven teams with an average rating below too they are like ucla give them the twenty seventh rant farm system but steamer which is to optimistic but seem are it was the angels the ninth best projected record in the season ahead when finger esta will you bench with old in zips the dancing force his projections and ben will have like a fifty fifty blend and when that happens the angels will look worse than this they're probably like a five hundred baseball team right now but people are clearly down on the angels these spend and it's them out of money the a lotta bad adjustments are coming off the books one particular bet investment one not for a while but you know that's the way it goes they don't have much the farm system but they do have mike trout and a do have what i think to be the simply competitive roster right now there is young controllable pitching.
"pinder" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Now no i'm going through pinder tackle being last week look for somebody in we talked about usually that a lot of times people here the word tactical and the really good scared awaited to some high speed oh designed for some it on por runner military the route of the word tactical tactics in packers for all about thinking correctly and being able to implement that in a stressful environment and so you're the were tactical i'll be so no they didn't some speed classes it's really not going to go speech everything we knew year he keeps unit think while you work and work blowing it thing right and we try in those good habits so good save habit so basically it's up in happens and you have to use your brother are not medically because of in this ingrained habit you got this back to bad is not something you got to think about it just happens because you train torre and and that human minute you know first complexes even body is a mind is really very simple an operation and we talked about will great discussed indiana in gross motor skill operations four man should not everybody understands in a stressful environment the manning your heart rate under beats perspective which are permitted which takes less than a second to happening you're not you started diminish all of your physical ability your ability to feel your ability to move experience wrong any to you shave because of an adrenaline dahl thing seem to take longer than the show it's always springs of holy he too one of middle gross motorcycle operations and techniques not allow you to practice these so that when you get this was that situation where your in five stretch like survival mode we were able to execute let's hope the winner in that situation great absolutely the slipped it's with the basically sunday succeed killed so you in a this is more than basic it's a small ball week it's a role place year than some the tribe i know years you get which should get get which paid for sometimes in i think if you kicker clashing see why we.