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"purdy" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio
"Would you probably have in your leg? Also but I don't know about whether it's going to raise a vet jeff which is what you're looking for That Jeff is what causes your vascular system to grow so Shockwave therapy I know that grows new blood vessels because I've used it on a certain male organ that likes to have lots of blood flow and holy Shit Balls. It grows it grows. New Blood vessels like unbelievable new blood without going into too much detail. I'll just tell you that everyone's happy about that. Who's tried it and what this is. This is sonic shock waves. And you can do them. Depending on how deep the veins are or the arteries that you need to go for But you do this. And I know that it causes angiogenesis because there's been studies and because I felt And your surgeons can talk about risk and all that stuff but they might not have put those things together Has Anyone talked to you about VIP nasal spray or lozenges or even you know what it is well see. This makes me mad. Vasil active intestinal peptide. Vip is something that raises levels of Veg. F which is the compound that causes you to grow your new vessels throughout the body. So if you can raise VAT jeff. You're going to be very very happy with what happens. There and Veg F is Vascular endothelial growth factor. I was trying to think of that Stanford and so when you get VIP UP Jeff usually goes up or you can also take Jeff so you're trying to grow these things. Why don't you get these compounds because they're not pharmaceutical drugs so that would be useful But knows ever told you to do these things. Hyper-baric THUMBS UP. You did it. Yes and have you ever heard of intermittent hypoxia therapy? I is this way. You Stop the blood and then flows yeah. There's two ways to do that three ways to do that. One is you know stopped. Blood a blood flow restriction training with the band right and that works very well and guess. What the band's doing studies they crank Veg F through the roof which is really good for you. So that's at. I don't really like that. You have bands where you've had all these arteries compressed it surgeries that seems to me but I could be wrong. What am I dr? No so you can also intermittent hypotheses therapy With one of the machines. We use it upgrade labs Which allows you to breathe. Air That has no oxygen in it. So you get your blood oxygen levels down to about eighty seven and then you breathe pure oxygen afterwards and again jeff goes through the roof and all of your cells that need oxygen can get oxygen because your body resets hemoglobin sensitivity levels for lack of a of a more detailed description. There's also a machine that we have it up good labs called Seebeck Which allows you to go up to the height of Mount Everest and then just for twenty seconds or ten seconds and then back to sea levels. Go up down up down and it takes all the vessels in pumps them all of them at the same time in all the plays music on them right. It's awesome and there's that See we talked with other one then. Red Light therapy. I'm hoping you've done that. Do you know about the effects of amber light on specific blood vessels. Now there are studies. That's why put amber light in the lights. The design so you should look at Amber Light. There's specific frequencies of this. Have you done intervene zone? Now have you done ozone bagging on your leg? No the fact that no doctor has told you to ozone bagging makes me mad. You put a bag on your leg with a band at the top and you pump it follows and Gazans sit there and watch TV and the ozone seeps into your leg it sterilizes wounds. It gets rid of stuff. It causes things to heal faster in it. Oxygenates everything it cranks up your Mitochondria at the same time. Well has anyone injected. Bbc One five seven in the area however my daughter has been looking into a few different good yeah ta different things. It's time for Peptides X. Oems anyone injected those. No but my doctor who saved my life twenty years ago is now injecting those and so. I was going to set up with do that. You can also inject an amniotic fluid and there's something called hydro dissection you can do because right now the layers of Fasha in your tissue. They they get stuck together and compressed and what they're doing in pro athlete. I had this done on A. There's a podcast coming out about it. but What they do is they can inject a mixture of salt water and Amniotic fluid protein which caused heels to create space. So you fast can move again and then to other things Multi wave form electrical stimulation. Can Cause everything to grow in a way. That's unbelievable There's a podcast about new fit in a you. Fit is the one that that. I've seen people who were paraplegics. Get up and walk from his countrymen. It's wet Terry. Walls is doing so general. Systemic I'd put it on the end of the leg. It'll cause blood flow to go there because the body will say. Oh my God I have to exercise the muscles at the end of the leg that you can't exercise now. Ill exercise them without your permission intellectualism. That's and that's what I need. That's decided that the more muscle the more blood flow you knew. Fit and the final thing is good old fashioned nicotine okay. I'm curious what you have to say about this. My doctor said a little bit that Okay Nicotine Increases Angiogenesis. Pretty darned dramatically. Which is why. It's bad if you have cancer but if you don't have cancer and you want angiogenesis end the fact you're forty if you look at superhuman. I go through the science. It's IT reverses Alzheimer's disease if you didn't one or two milligrams of oral nicotine not smoking not vaping especially with all this crap virus stuff going on. And then I'd be. I'd be that they've even three. Lucy Gum is the cleanest gum you can get you might just do half of a loosey gum therefore milligrams or you could you. If you do it properly to choose. Put it in your cheek to choose. Put it in your cheek. There's also a spray. You can get from Canada or Europe. That is is my preferred form. But okay with all these things Or maybe beat route would be good because it increases the nitric oxide if it makes you feel good if it makes you feel like crap than don't take it because then you have a Nas. Three months Probably your genes. So why don't doctors have all these biohacking? It drives me nuts. Drives me nuts to address me crazy to alto you. I've done tons of research. Haven't even come across half the stuff that you've said so for my mind but okay all these will be in the show notes. It'll be transcribed if you want resources for these afterwards You know just hit me up. All One thing I've been looking into as well is I was trying to find what foods help create angiogenesis but I had a really hard time finding that but what I could find was what stops angiogenesis because of cancer patients. You don't WanNa feed. Well you know an IT's amazing. It's Kale that actually at cal. Green tea that stops good for you. Okay well actually. I remember you saying that slowed down. I've stopped it now though because I'm like I don't want to hinder my body from creating more blood vessels look let me be really straightforward with you. You have one kidney in. It's not yours. By the way Newsflash we share that income. And I only have one kidney but it's mine. So here's the thing oxalates acid is really bad for your kidneys and if you only have one kidney then you need to not eat raw spinach ever again. And I wouldn't even do cook spinach and I wouldn't do Kale cooked or raw. Given who you are and even beats are also not a good choice for you And this oxo acid. It's a major cause of kidney stones way more so actually then fructose and probably then excess protein. It's crazy that we don't learn this from her doctors who know it and also they're probably doctors. I could is Dave. Thank you as he's a bad man. I'm a bad man. I'm just working based on data and science and I could be wrong but but this is. This is why I was so excited to us. This is why I was so excited to speak at the biohacking conference to 'cause I wanted to sit in. The audience. Enlisted as well and just you know this is where I'm at is. I realize the doctors have done what they can. Now accept my body to do the rest. And how tonight support my body to not just heal but literally do more than outright like grow new connections create new pathways? A need to put my body as much as I can so anything that I could find. I hope that at least some of those are helpful for you. I feel like the whole stack of those. All of those have evidence that they would help you. Achieve the goal you want which is angiogenesis and stimulation of the leg and things like that. So I'm I'm more than happy to give you the resources and I'm I'm happy we got to talk. I mean yeah. What an awesome thing. I I want to know how this comes out. So you're going to. I would ask you to stay in touch with me and let me know if you try these things for sure. On that note we are going to transition to instagram. Live now after we. We end the formal podcast episode. If you enjoyed the podcast so far. Amy Now we're GonNa be taking live questions all you have to follow me Dave Dot asprey. And anytime I do a podcast and it works out for the guest. I'm GonNa let you guys ask live questions. And then the podcast itself comes out in a little while Which encourages people on Instagram? To subscribe to the podcast on Itunes. And if you're on I tunes follow me on Instagram and I will let you talk with awesome people like amy purdy. So amy I will see you on. Amy purdy which is your nose. 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Golfer Rich Beem on Q School and Beer Guts
"Let's get back to our interview with rich. Beem in this time period q-school. How did that work is that? How is that what? Your Path was to the PGA tour or able to just signed straight up for Q-school. Did you buy the minor leagues? Basically did I literally went straight from the pro shop to the PGA tour? So I'd won the section the Section Assistance Championship in nineteen ninety. Eight and nineteen ninety. Eight is what I really start playing really good and I have no idea what it what. How old are you at that time? Then Ninety eight I would have been twenty eight okay. So you're not a young. You're not a young Modo outta college but but naive for sure and I'll get to more of that later on but I went to q school. I won the assistance championship and it used to be years prior. That would actually get you a bypass of going first stage. And and so I would have been exempted second-stage although in nineteen ninety eight. They took that out. They said Nope you. You still have to go to first day so I had to go through all three stages of Q-school and I ended up in first one was in Scottsdale at a golf course called talking stick Ben Ben Crenshaw bellcore design fantastic track but I had to shoot sixty seven the final day to make it through to make it through first Yup through I age and then the second the second one was in Houston on the final day I was in by about two or three going into the final round and I was to over through six holes and on the seventh hole. I had a shot with a wedge but in the rough and I thought Flyer no-fly I don't think flyer it was a flyer and I absolutely air mail the green by like thirty yards and I got no shot. I have zero shot so I get back over there I find it. I hit it back to the front of the Green. I got sixty feet left. I'm choking and a mad on the same breath I mean I can't control myself. I'm literally trying not to vomit because I know that making the finals is a big deal well before I even thought about it. I pull the trigger. Hit knocked it in and then birdied the next two holes in the night. I shot I. I shot seventy one and got through comfortably at the end of the day but there are some the pressure of the stories you hear about Q-school in about how much pressure puts on you. It's unbelievable because if you don't get through second-stage you've just wasted five thousand bucks you nothing you guys that you got no status anywhere and so that was a big deal. That was a huge deal for me. In fact I funny enough bill hyme who caddied for me for fourteen years and come back and county for me. When when I turned fifty he actually was same venue. He lost in a playoff back then. They had a playoff. He lost in a playoff to get to the finals and then he actually drove out to finals. In case anybody withdrew and finals he was the first alternate in. Nobody dropped out in you. Figure that out of the two hundred seven guys are at finals. Somebody one guy nothing. Nobody dropped out so Turned out to be in both of our favors because he had a great career together and he's one of my closest friends but it was pretty funny. How how that'll happen. And you make it all the weight. How many how many. I looked up your class right here on Wikipedia. You have forty one guys make it through. How many are you estimate? I don't know the answer to this. But how many are you? Estimating had to go through from first stage all the way through the. There's a few of them that had to come to be fair. I don't know what the I mean. You Bo Van Pelt Charles Warren Jeffrey Hart and Rio Bravo and David Seawall in Roy Sabatini David Zero. Pga TOUR STARTS HERE. The only guys on there that had needs zero. Pj torstar so my buddies that came out of that was Bo. Van Pelt. Brian Baird Bird. I got to be close with. Oh I'm drawing a blank. I can't believe I'm drawn blanks on this. I'm so bad with names. It's killing me but I you know there's a bunch of guys that I became you know just because we went through that process together. It really was one of those weeks where you just. Kinda put your head down and you just keep on going. I know Mike. We're want it Mike sposa. That's the guy that was going to expose him. Brian Baird just because we we hung out together when we because right after. You got your car. You went to a class and we went through media class which I think that everybody in the room. Everybody well I I know for me. Factually I didn't hear a single word at. I know that the big Gulp in my hand wasn't really a big old. It was a big but it wasn't. It wasn't as advertised. So what? Yeah what is your. What is your reputation. Did you have a partying reputation on a founded reputation? Well-founded yeah I'M NOT GONNA Deny I. It's it's interesting because I think that a lot of the guys in there it's true. I listened soon as I get done playing golf. I like to have beverage. I absolutely have to have a beverage. I'm not going to deny that one iota. It was kind of in the air though when tiger was kicking everybody's ass and workouts were becoming super popular fitness. All of that sports psychologist. I mean all of it was it was. You know that's how it was but I mean before the final round at the Kemper Open and ninety nine at a big old fat enchilada plate and four cores. Lights that my dinner. That was just how I didn't you know and I think a lot of times. It was frowned upon where in generation. Before that you know. It's kind of like smoking. Everybody everybody used to smoke Nobody smokes right. 'cause it's frowned upon. It's looked down upon right but I listen. It was good. I had some good times. There's no doubt about it you know and I was successful at what I did now. I did it so well you away. At least a lot of people were some people work. You need some sort of release. I imagine after Tournament Golf. So when I when I played in tournaments like Inbetween Rounds Dude. I need a drink after a grinding for four or five hours and I think that there's there's something to that. Yeah I think there's a lot to that. I think that there's I think for different people at it. You know having having a drink it's more psychological because I needed because I've got eighty and I needed a way to stop thinking about golf. I needed a way to sit there. And not fret over what my stroke or what. My swing felt like or anything like that. Because if 'cause I could sit there and just go nuts. I still do go nuts. I mean there's a lot of time laying in bed in the middle of the night and I'm literally thinking about my putting or I'm thinking about my chip. I'm thinking about something that has to do with golf. That's just the way mine works. You know after a while you just get tired of that. Sure you just get burnt out of thinking about it all the time. It just eats gnaws at USA for for me when it came to the PGA tour in tournament. Golf I mean listen I I. They're probably very few rounds very around probably more so today. I I don't have. I don't drink a lot when after I play golf. Just kind of getting to that age and my body just doesn't like it that much anymore but I just I needed to have something to kind of smooth me out because I was so high strung and listen to other people do it different ways some guys want to go do push ups some guys. WanNa go running. I liked the smell of of wooden barstools and inside of a sitting at the bar watching TV. Well I think that there's a lot of people out there that kind of long for those days on the PGA tour both players and fans kind of you know a Lotta people love the some of the beer guts and that kind of culture seems to have gone by the way word and would you say you were one of the guys that kind of kept that going into the two thousands and who were some of those guys would kind of more celebrate that lifestyle though the unfortunately he's not on tour anymore but Anthony. Kim was legendary. Yeah legend give me absolutely everything. You've got to be fair. I mean some of it. I don't quite recall but I mean I remember. I didn't even hang out with them. I didn't hang out with them a lot off the golf course. I think in. That probably was good for both of us because I think we would have enabled one another quite a bit but I mean I remember Vegas a couple of times and you just you. You hear the stories about you know. There was a five day event and he was out and he was legend. I mean he would. He would go hard and he was not afraid to spend money. I mean the kid was unbelievable. Talented player I mean. There's no doubt about it. And but he was he could go. There are some guys that could could fly. I mean I for me. It was more I actually would. I would have probably sit there with my caddie and hang out with my caddie more than even I'd probably go sit in the caddy room. Instead of hang out up in the in the players locker room I spent more time just going out today with my caddie than I did any other players but you know you could hear stories about some guys who like to go and some guys when I first got on tour. There's a few guys Ted purdy would. It was always fun. Hang you know especially when we had missed the cut. I mean Ted was always good to hang with. It's not like John. Daly ask you know where you would go and where you would just go into your ran into a wall. And then you'd back up and run through the wall and go. I mean it was in by our standards. It was fairly tame but just sitting around. Just having a giggle and and enjoying life and whatnot. Not Letting not letting anything get you down you know after misguide or or celebrating after after a nice week cabinet evidence solid week or something like that but you know there are some guys that that are very quiet about how they do it but I promise you there's guys out there that are right in the middle of it and they like to have fun. Well who's your caddy that you that it was at Steve. Duplantis Steve duplantis was my caddy for the Kemper. Open win he was my he was Caddy for me for probably about five months five months and I finally said I can't hang with anymore. Yes we're just a bad influence on each out part of it but I I think though in one of my rare mature moments. I figured that you know what probably needs somebody. That's a little more grounded and I went through probably three or four guys so I found the right one and then once I found the right
Seattle: High speed chase ends in crash and suicide
"I came back and it was completely blocked off we're learning more about that high speed chase that led to an officer involved shooting near Purdy the medical examiner now says the driver of the truck died by suicide shortly after his truck crashed officers say they fired after hearing the gun shot no officers were wounded
"purdy" Discussed on KOMO
"Three oh two in Purdy that's where troopers say the man came out shooting units from state patrol kits at county sheriff's office and appears county sheriff's department approach the suspect's truck and found the driver was unresponsive the driver was pronounced deceased at the scene a medical examiner says it was thirty five year old Trevor messenger who died from a self inflicted gunshot wound no police officers were hurt and R. V. fire in Seattle turns deadly this morning the fire was reported around seven thirty this morning near twenty fourth Avenue south and south hill street the Seattle fire departments Kristin Tinsley says some civilians were trying to put it out with a fire extinguisher right on scene they thought Clark showing from the R. V. so we immediately forced entry into the R. V. they found a woman in her thirties inside she died at the scene no one else was hurt Franklin C. como news no word yet how the fire started democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg said one of his official representatives to south king county today with the focus was on small business becomes Ryan Harris also asked about a book full of potentially offensive quotes link to Bloomberg in a conversation with Derian mayor Jimmy Matta and several Latino business owners Yolanda Jimenez says they talked about the steep learning curve that goes beyond the work they do in Minnesota she and Bloomberg are both children of immigrants you find a story of perseverance and working hard to achieve that American dream not just for themselves but for their children and for the community at large as well I also asked Bloomberg's former domestic violence are in New York for her thoughts on the book the wit and wisdom of Michael Bloomberg which includes quotes derogatory to women and she says she doesn't know what was said just what was done and I saw how I felt and I wouldn't be here if I didn't feel respected and if I didn't feel that I worked in an environment where I could get ahead can help other women who are vulnerable situations like victims of violence Lindbergh isn't on the ballot in South Carolina so he faces his first real test with voters on super Tuesday Brian Harris homeowners breaching the four lower Snake River dams is a bad idea according to the federal government invited middle impact study released today says removing the dams to save salmon would cause more harm than good Republican congressman Dan Newhouse whose district includes some of those dams celebrated the finding ways around that that M. sand salmon that both ways as an environmental groups have pushed for breaching the dams for years the governor's office says the report is just the start and they'll receive a stakeholder report next week Jeff postal a company whose are come on news time for ten to the Harley exterior sports desk with bill Schwartz and back to the soccer drawing board for the Sounders on last night in CenturyLink field it was a penalty kick lost to the Honduran club Olimpia which not Brian Schmetzer steam out of the CONCACAF champions league competition the whole group just needed it just seemed like the you know stop pulling away then I awake until they comply the Sounders need to shore up their defense as they prepare for Sunday's MLS home opener against the Chicago fire in Scottsdale Arizona leadoff man shed long had a couple of RBIs Kyle Lewis socked his first spring home run and the mariners stunned the Diamondbacks six to two home opener night for the five into Washington husky baseball team against California Irvine at the same time six o'clock the U. dub men's basketball team hosts Washington state it's a cooker team which beat the Huskies by a dozen in Pullman last month you can hear the Boeing apple Cup on the hardwood starting at five thirty on komo news had a tough final pac twelve road trip for the husky women tonight they play number seventeen Oregon state in Corvallis and then Sunday in Eugene against the third ranked Oregon ducks sports attended forty after the hour bill Schwartz on the home of the Huskies come on news the democratic presidential candidates are going hard after the front runner just one day ahead of the South Carolina primary swim here in South Carolina let's win the democratic nomination leads to feed from overnight senator Bernie Sanders rallies of Carolinians in Spartanburg outing his poll numbers and claiming he is the electable one.
2021 Escalade Sports Futuristic OLED Dashboard
"Talk high-tech sample. Submit our car guy coming up how are you. I'm doing all right Just back from Chicago and Los Angeles this week. went to The the reveal of the new twenty twenty one cadillac escalade and then went to the Chicago auto show for a couple of days busy guy. Yeah talk about. I mentioned this yesterday. I I said maybe we talk about with you. This tesla taking away the autopilot. Yeah we can. We can certainly talk about that. I also wanted to bring up the The new led led displays escalade. Oh led comes from the manufacturer of your TV from L. Oh Gee well as it should as it should. Wow and Ola dashboard that would be nice. Is that what's behind you. Oh look at that. Yeah yeah the dashboard of the purdy. There's actually three eight. Three separate all led panels near that spanned thirty eight inches across the center. One is seventeen seventeen inches and then a fourteen inch cluster in front of the driver and then another seven inch display on the left hand side to switch between different modes Nice yeah it's
An interview with Huawei USA's chief security officer Andy Purdy
"With any party is chief security officer while a technologies USA he is joining us in our Bloomberg interactive brokers studio in New York of course while a very familiar to her audience I feel like amid the US China trade tensions that we cannot forget the commerce department blacklisted while way back in the spring to stop American businesses from selling components to the company the White House for a while is accused of the company being a threat to America's national security let's kind of roll it all together any good to have you here with us because I feel like the more conversations we have on on these types of issues the smarter we all gatt the recent bands that have come out from the administration what has that done to you guys as a company and in terms of interacting with American businesses well there's certainly been an impact on while a we've got nearly three hundred American companies that want to sell to us the supply up to twenty five or thirty percent of all of our global components so we've had to move to what they call plan be something that IBM and recommended we start we did start sometime ago so we have had to find alternatives to those and right now we're able to ship our five G. technology with no American components so we're not entirely sure the impact on us but we do know that over forty thousand American jobs hang in the balance for no good reason so we hope that these issues can be put aside this effort to attend an effort to hurt China wear them hurting America we're cutting off our nose to spite our face and what sort of progress if any are you making in Washington to get that message across or they'd listening or are you sort of shouting into the wilderness here we're not making any progress I mean the fact is and I think the existence of the US trade talks the geo political situation although everybody says if we're not connected to it of the government won't even talk to us they won't talk to us about the kinds of things that allow Nokia Erickson do business in United States despite their deep ties to China so we hope that if that if there is some kind of a trade deal it may be that the government will talk to us about these negative on Telefonica the German company just came out the side to do a five year contract with us despite the pressure of the U. S. on Germany so we can address real cyber security risk and we'd love to collaborate with the US government what's the future though I do think because we have a ton of conversation the magazine just this week has a story about Chinese Americans who are be called especially those who work on government projects and have high security clearances where they're under heightened scrutiny and sometimes wrongly so and so I do wonder like what is the future in the in a world we talk about a bifurcation where it's kind of the U. S. versus China what does that mean for a company like you guys in the Verizon CEO recently said we want to avoid a five G. Cold War brightness came out and said it did it it just doesn't make any sense we see very important things happening in Europe for example in Germany with a telephonic announcement but the government is working hard the European Union is working hard to try to come with objective and transparent basis for knowing which products are worthy of trust because the bad guys out there have great skills we have to use very good technologies to address the rest that that comes through all products so any of I want to ask you because your background you worked in the White House mean you understand the other side of the table in many ways how surprised were you that all this went down essentially knowing how the sausage is made on the other side well there's been some longstanding concerns you know and although the terrorists help obscure these fundamental agreement among the Republicans and Democrats the concern about theft of intellectual property the concerns about forced technology transfer the threat that the US sees from China as China has grown economically and militarily these are things that the the cut across the board and so and legitimate concerns well let's put it this way our government the American government has to make sure that we address the rest to this country we've got to learn lessons like from the seventy five years ago DJ in cyberspace we have to be ready much more ready with we were when the Germans and the **** swarmed over Europe we have to be ready to address real rest and we think it can be done that it has to be done with standards and conformance programs for the operators as well as testing independent testing for the equipment we love the participate in those conversations but it is interesting too though that if there is a division of technology division and the world going forward we talk about a lot about five G. maybe there's going to be two standards are you know you do wonder what what what does that mean for global security concerns well it is a life what it means is a real threat to competition and and competition is critically important it's important for security it's important for resilience it's important for innovation we need to make sure that we have competition when you look at the equipment vendors there is not enough competition I hope no key is strong enough to to survive frankly hope that they're strong enough to do the are you D. that they need to with your expertise in understanding where you are currently and then as Jason mentioned you know having spent some time you know along the beltway and I just do wonder so what what is the answer because we do know in terms of our relationship with the Chinese that there has been problems with intellectual property and there has been a lot of technology transfer or if you're starting up a business you've got to do it along with a Chinese company you know it's very clear that the Chinese you know have a mission to be very dominant and I don't have a problem with that because I feel like that's capitalism a play but because of the past how do we know who what we're dealing with as as a country the United States well I'm glad I had the option to participate in discussions the United Nations here in New York last week with governments and private companies it's a combination of we need enormous for government we need benchmarks that we could hold governments accountable we could have mechanisms to create incentives and consequences of government if governments violate the rules but also unique companies you need independent standards you need independent testing so we can address the rest is the combination the shared responsibility that's gonna help us just thirty seconds what would be a great incentive for the two I needs to really make sure that turns the government conformity that it happens as quickly well I mean I think the global community holding them in other countries accountable the World Trade Organization to standards on the theft of intellectual property on forced technology transfer we have to have the visibility and then make clear when when a country whoever it is is violating those norms but it's interesting in a week where we know the WTO right wrist is weekend yeah to say the least any party we hope you'll come back we were only able to scratch the surface of a really important topic chief security officer at while way technologies here with us in our Bloomberg interactive brokers
"purdy" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
"Their most successful. I agree it's like you have to. You have to believe in what you're doing because then other people feed off that if I was trying to hustle like juice yes yes he'll be like I'm not buying that you can't be like I'm doing this for money or that school or it's like like really who are. Are you and for me like it's just crazy to think that like I do what I've done in my life. I went from. Let me tell you guys. I went from welfare because I went from. Oh it makes me WANNA cry. You can try. This is what this is a safe place. Okay so it makes me cry. I went from. Oh losing both legs and like living total under the system. I mean I made like seven hundred bucks a month. That was when my husband and I they were together for like ten years and I believe so deeply and myself that I had something more to share that I decided to step away from that which was hard to do because I had a kidney me. Transplant prosthetic legs or thirty thousand dollars. I needed that. That's why it was on welfare. I needed that money to survive. Thank you thank you. I uh I believed so deeply. There was more to share that I wanted to share with the world. All it was was sharing who I was and what I went through and realizing that so many other people people connected with challenges and obstacles and literally like now I you know it's amazing what I'm able to travel the world and I you know I lived the life of my dreams and I make great money and it's like just help a lot of people on just by kind of embracing hiding things that make me feel week the things that make me feel vulnerable and I feel like we all have that. Yeah Oh I don't want you guys to sit back and go okay. She's amazing whatever. I want you guys to see that in yourselves. We all have a story and we all have something to share uh-huh and it truly is embracing your uniqueness and that's what makes you beautiful and there's a place for every one of us in the world and you. Nobody can do what you do like. Nobody will ever replace you like you are supposed to be here. There's something you're supposed to do and it's not outside of you inside of you and that's really beautiful because I think you're so motivated by who you are and not by and that's important advice to everyone business or just in life. Is your motive motivated by who you are not by money or what you want people to think you are or anything else you you're motivated by who you are and I think that will take you everywhere you need to go in life. You're such a beautiful human being. I just love you well. It's the wine now. I get it but no it's your heart so I don't. I don't think we can him and Acuna better than that answer. I know it's really. I mean just listening to speaker who you are. It's really beautiful. And I think you do motivate automate other people to be who they are and obviously like to bring people on the podcast. That could do that. And it's it's really fun to have bachelor people and like other reality people and it's fun to have people people like that on the show but it's it's it's this is what I want people to take away from this podcast. A lot of the time self really cool. I really appreciate you. You being here and doing that. I really really love you guys for listening and being such a great crowd because you guys are you guys are amazing. I are you are you. I mean I'm hoping a lot of ear minos but just the most supportive the people that are just always the best energy so supportive anyone that comes on the podcast. Whatever story they have or whether it's like blake boy they get behind? Whatever it is that the guests come on for and it's really it's really cool to see because it's like there's not a lot of judgment in this community which I just absolutely love so I love all so much Jason? Do you need any more wine or yeah. We're we're all feeling good here. Good did you guys have a good time. 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"purdy" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
"Tell you very passionate about that so keep doing what you're doing. Yeah you're doing you're doing great sweetie. You're doing better than I was at twenty four so there's hope for every honestly just like you could circle back to what amy said earlier with that too. Is that the sooner you can come to terms with the fact that everything is temporary. Good things and bad. I think that's important to remember member in your early twenties. Because that's when things feel like they're so bad or you're sober behind your friends. Who are so far ahead of you or whatnot but if you just like social media every every yeah everything is temporary things are going to change all the time and just keep that in mind? I agree greatness in Brandy. I agree I agree with that. The only thing I'll add to is that you said you just thought you'd figure it out one thing that you didn't give yourself credit for at a young age. Caitlyn wrote down all of her long and short term plans of what she wanted out of life right so you knew you wanted to host a radio show you said you ought to be the female version of Ryan seacrest. It is right so in my opinion the takeaway for everyone is right now. There's only like four percent of people have short and long term goals so to brandies point. I think it's okay not up to no. It's not okay to at least have an idea of where you WanNa go get something you did right. I did it really cool. podcast with Ben Nelson from the buried life and he talks about just the importance of writing things out are having visions which I know. You're you're a believer into and just actually manifesting things in writing things out and just having an idea even if they're small or big of just what you WanNa do and actually just believing in those things seen them in front of you. And I put my on my wall in my little apartment. Every day I looked the mirror. So it's a it's a really powerful thing to do amazing all right straight answer all right so we're GONNA go from serious to find mixing a little bachelorette will get a little fun here Chris Harrison all right so they have a question about when Chris Harrison is in. When you don't see him like he comes and goes he and his out roses for like what is is behind the scenes with Chris Harrison how involved producers that a lot of people don't know that he's actually going back into like the little ditties? Oh Aw dark place this room where you go back and all the monitors are there and they have. They just have a bunch of different monitors and they're watching what each person is is doing and saying it's crazy. And so he goes back into that room with all the monitors and all the producers so that he's he's very aware of what's going on he doesn't just come in and do his thing he's actually very involved in very invested in every single like when I found out when I came from the bachelor the Bachelorette. My eyes were opened so many things that they saw that I didn't know they saw. I was like you. I think I'm nuts like I didn't even ause Mike. Sometimes that they could hear everything I said like I would go to the bathroom with my mic on. Ah Yeah we'd have to like pull out our earpieces. I didn't realize they were like listening to your every move and as the Bachelorette I look back now is like holmen chip. Ah But yeah Chris. Harrison's very very involved before lunch with the goal to a business deal with and we're talking about things he just had a kid his kids six and he's like you know no. I thought I was going to tell my child. Life advice via doctor being account into a dentist. No I am going to put together a highlight. Reel of Chris. Harrison's life and I'm going to tell my son be exactly what this guy's doing because he's got the best job in the world here really have a good job all right so we're we're GONNA get a little bit more serious here. This question for amy and the question is at your darkest time. What did you do overcome to be where you are today? Oh Gosh visualize actually so. I've just always been a huge daydreamer like that's just the way my brain works as I have to see myself doing something. But what's amazing if you see yourself do it but you feel it. You can't just be like Oh that would be cool one day. You have to actually feel like it is happening right now. Then everything would come together and what happened for example. I many years ago after I lost my legs. I remember flipping through through magazines thinking it would be so cool to see somebody with the prosthetic leg US magazine or to just see a model and then find out she has a prosthetic leg and then now how did. The women's health covers cover help magazine gangster photo to Ivan. That took a really long time that I thought that was something that I like saw. I'm visualizing kind of put out there and whether that made me kind of secretly work towards and like plant seeds or whatever it is all like every single vision I ever had even if it started abstract would start to work itself out and become more defined and then I would be like that is not just just. That's not what I'm doing. That's now that's not what I want to be. That's who I am. That's not what I WANNA do. That's what I am doing today and I think when you like vocalise it to you and you tell people around you like okay. So what are you up to you and you're like I'm writing a book. That's what I said before. I even wrote my book and then I wrote my book. It made me like accountable to write my book. And then yeah and then it's written language across the world and then it's like you have to put it out there you know you can't can't do your goals and your dreams to yourself. I think when you put it out there your friends can conspire to make it happen. The universe does magical stuff I believe in that and then and then it happens I what is what is your book called and now people find it. Well sorry now. It's called on on my own two feet from losing my legs to learning the dance of life and I wrote it in six weeks what I was given a six week deadline and I went from so in one year in two thousand fourteen. That was like the craziest year of my life. I checked off every bucket listening. I could have so she. She's also fourteen. I won a Paralympic medal. Then almost one dancing with the stars then went on a speaking tour with Oprah then wrote a book it became a New York Times uh-huh bestseller and I got married then. I bought a house I've bitterly and make a year so you're all Jimmy. Jam packed a lot of good shit. Yeah but but really like writing. My book was like the school the Stream I used to say someday. I'm going to write my book. I hope to write my book. I'm trying to write my book and it just hit a point where I was like no. I'm writing this thing and it's going to be written by the end of the year and I don't care if I have to lock myself in a cabin in the woods. I'm going to get this done an and then I kind of started telling people that and then I got a book deal with Harpercollins and then I was given a six week deadline and then it was like I sat this shit up up so I need to deliver good. That's a good thing to see is putting out there to hold you accountable for doing it. Yeah that's cool and then you do it and you realize like I don't know the hardest things you ever do in your life. The hardest most stressful are usually the ones that bring you the most joy eventually slate that down also good. I liked that a lot so cool. It's a beautiful bird all right so a few weeks ago on the PODCAST I had mentioned my anxiety. Eighty it left me laying on the floor of my house not wanting to even talk to Jason until it passed. Sometimes I just need it to pass. I feel like I talk about my anxiety pretty often because it's something I deal with almost on a daily basis. It's a big part of my life and when I feel my anxiety coming on I usually look for Rahman will now pay no as well but robin in has really been one of the things that has kept me calm when I feel that pain or worry my chest when my heart starts beating super fast. And that's what an emotional support animal does does after opening up about this sensitive part of my life. Madison was actually on my podcast team shared with me about her anxiety and how difficult it was to get her dog. Eleanor Eleanor and asa letter because therapy is essential to mental health. It's also difficult to come by for a lot of people so CERTA PET DOT COM has a solution for that it. And it's offering you all fifteen percent off your evaluation with Code Vine Rahman is my emotional support animal and I wanted to help Madison. Make Eleanor her emotional support. Animal all too so we did some research online and I came across Certa pet which is a telehealth company. It connects you with a licensed therapist who does mental health health evaluation and issues clinical treatment plan so you have to qualify and if you qualify after your session then you can have the documentation necessary for your pet to be. Vesa within forty eight hours. These are typically letters from a licensed mental health professional. So I take seriously and if you guys are struggling with mental health issues and want to see if you qualify for get connected with a therapist online now by heading to start a pet dot com slash vine that cert a pet dot com slash dine and use code vine at certain pet DOT COM for fifteen percent off your evaluation. So we're GONNA go to women Owned businesses we have a couple of women owned business owners out there who have questions about the number one piece of advice you have for a woman that is starting Your Business and taking taking a detour out of her career. I know we have two women here that with great story there were two teachers and they just weren't feeling what they wanted to feel that their career and they took a detour. Torrance's started up a wine bar here in Phoenix. So it's a great story. I think I met them backstage but I don't think they're here anymore because I think they had to go to a wedding odors desire. Just kidding. They're still here. What is the place called again Jenny Wine Arizona they had they had traded sparrows? There last night awesome. Well I mean Of Mine was kind of a different story. Just because I've really like had I was lucky. Lucky enough to have a platform but I think what my what my what I like to say is. I didn't just come off the show and be like I'm going to do this and put it. I'm going to try and make people buy this. This shit like I found out what my passion was what I really love to do mine and I I really put all of my energy into the couple things that I really loved instead of just like spreading myself too thin with a bunch of different deals that were coming my way but so my situation is a little bit different because I was blessed with a platform that I did work hard for but what I would like to hear your perspective on that because you started your own organization with your husband which is really cool. Yeah Yeah I think you know so much goes back to like we try. Try We try to find our passion. We try to find our purpose a lot of times. We're looking outside of ourselves and like I didn't become successful until I really really just embraced who I was who I was like. I have prosthetic legs and when I started kind of sharing that and sharing my story. That's what kind of helped my speaking career. Take off off and then I was trying to figure out how to snowboard again and then we decided to start. Organization adaptive action sports to help other snowboard as well and so that was already something that I was is doing. I was trying to develop that for me but then created it for a bunch of other people as well. And we're able to actually get snowboarding into the Paralympics which then it really launched my career really interesting but we were just doing what what I was doing what I was just I was kind of sharing what I was already doing. Yeah and I think that's when people become.
"purdy" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
"To make sense in the end so just know that and it does because now you speak in front of so many people you know you don't like to think of it as inspirational but it is and I mean a lot of us have inspirational stories and yours is one of them and and it's just everyone has a different path and different story. But you're now doing things that I think you knew all your life you you had a bigger purpose and who knew that that would be the route that you took to get there but now you are there and you're helping people you're motivating people you like. Tell take your three medals like dancing with the stars you compete on the mazing race like what you almost one down to the SARS. Yeah so many things that are just like incredible and you and you really did. You knew there would be a reason why now you're living your wife. Yeah it's so just is going back to something that you just said. It's like I always knew I wanted to travel the world. I always knew I wanted. I always knew wanted more wine. I assume on the Roseanne. Sorry I'm such an absolute. The basic rules like girl quite we need the No. I always wanted to do the things I'm doing today. But it took a massive detour to get here absense so I always say you never know when your detour will lead you to your destiny. Yes you think that there are side track or some crazy obstacle to stop you but you never know. That's exactly what's going to unleash. What's really inside? No matter on what scale I think some people feel here probably like you're at A. You're on a detour. You're like lost or you don't know where you're going but we've all felt that way and we all will all feel that way again at some point in my life. I felt that way a year ago and everything just changed in everything. Everything that you will through in life really does take you to where you're supposed to be and so for anyone going through anything right now. Yeah you're on the right path. I'm really I always wanted to be. And it will always young when it came to like. Yeah the Paralympics dancing with the stars. I mean I go into dancing with the stars for. It's pretty crazy. Experience were so just to even get to that point so I actually. I ended up making a pair of seat that I could snowboard in. So that's really. Hi starts snowboarding again with prosthetic legs. So you just because you wouldn't when you went through all this through like snowboarding was a passion of yours and you you decided well. Well it's not like I'm not GonNa not snowboard again. I'M GONNA make my own feet. It's no more goddamn. Yeah I yeah I so actually when I was being being wheeled into the operating room and I was going to lose my legs and I was totally aware of it. And it was the scariest situation of my life literally the only amputees I've ever seen in my life. Our wounded veterans sitting on a corner in a wheelchair making food. Like that is that was my vision of what my life could be like but so I needed to change that narrative errative for myself so I could get through it so being wheeled into the operating room I gave myself three kind of three goals and the first one was that I wasn't going to feel sorry for myself ever and it wasn't a victim and I think I do love that because I probably would have done the opposite. I don't no no what you would feel until you're in the situation but so many people could choose. Yeah and I think too because a lot of people felt sorry for me. You know my parents my family. They are all heartbroken. I thought that is actually. It does not feel good. I feel sorry for yourself. I don't want to be there so that was the first school. The second one was that I would somehow help other people through this journey and then the third was that I would snowboard that year because it happened in July I was like I'm going to snowboard this year because I've never missed a season of snowboarding before so I made that my goal and you did and I did and so I did that. It didn't go like why don't get you too excited care. I like so I got up on my snowboard and I was with a couple of friends and my two prosthetic legs and didn't didn't have anything really set up that good. I just wanted to see how it fell and I kind of wrote over to my feeling edgy and everything felt fine and then I went to go to my toe edge and shot shot down the mountain. I hit this bump fell. My goggles went one way. My like my beanie went the other way and my legs still attached. My snowboard went lying off down the mountain and I heard a lady scream from the chair which I I know. She racked up years of therapy bills after that. The last ask thing you ever want to see when you're learning. I swear this girl's legs team flying. Aw that was. That was the beginning of my Olympic career. You like who would have thought to be in that situation nation that I would ever go onto medals and do dancing with the stars and I mean it's like this. I've caught for anyone who doesn't anyways. It's just such an accomplishment. No matter what you know. I don't know you probably don't know this about me. I don't know if anyone does. I've set on a couple of live podcast but I don't know if I've ever aired it because I always want to respect somebody else's privacy too Cuban. I actually dated someone who went through meningitis and losses hearing. I'm definitely left ear to. Yeah and that's usually is that is hearing usually the first thing right. Yeah the hearings a big one and I remember they said you're so lucky you're hearing GonNa go and like days later. Half my hearing went really that it's again. It's so amazing. Like a food move when I first met my husband so he lived in crested. butte Colorado was in Las Vegas and that paper The Sunday paper did a story on me and this is. It's like days after we met and the headline was girl who lost her legs kidneys hearing spleen like survive to tell the story horrify because and my husband he called and he goes. I heard your in the paper today. We were dating at that time. No No ooh okay so my husband knew we met in crested butte. He knew I had prosthetic legs. But I didn't tell them about my kidney transplant. Because that's a lot to unload up. I write you meet some of your life so by the way. Here's everything I was like. I'm GonNa just ease into like right. I've gone through. It's not a big deal and then all of a sudden it's like the headline the Sunday paper and his brother happened to live in Vegas and so he like taxed him at that time stocks. Do you have faxed him the the cover and I was like damn damage because when you see when you see it written out like I lost my legs I lost my kidneys. I lost my spleen. Left you're right. I mean that's a lot of stuff to lose news right but I've never really taught me to compartmentalize. I've never really looked at it like that. If there's like there's something called stacking and if you stack back all this shit on top of you you can get crushed underneath it or you can just kind of like compartmentalize with each thing at a time. And you realize I got this us now. I gotta move onto this okay. I got this so like my hearing. I don't even think about it. I don't hear it. I don't wear hearing. I don't hear it actually when I don't want to hear my husband's snore. I just sleep on the side so it's a benefit that is a benefit. Yeah I remember the guy that I dated had. He had two of the Cochlear cochlear implants and and if we were ever arguing huges take them out. 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"purdy" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
"And definitely loving their twenty-five Lacroix flavors the newest addition to the family is high fiscus. The Lacroix family also includes dude six lacroix caretaker. Flavors have a bolder flavor profile and four Nicola flavors all inclusive in the same innocent nutritionals enjoy lacroix sparkling water water a healthier alternative for you and your lifestyle McCoy sparkling water is available nationwide for a full list of retailers visit. WWW DOT lacroix water dot com and for more information joined the Lacroix community on social at Lacroix water. I don't know how old you were but your neighbor down. The street had lost both of his legs before this had happened. I've been to you and tell us that sort of because I remember listening to it and thinking that's that's wild that all these things in life always seemed to prepare you without you even knowing that not for what you're going to go through in life and this story to me really stood out because I was like that's so wild to me that you actually put yourself in a position to think. What would I do without both both of my legs? Yeah I mean. It's almost a little scary. My husband calls me a witch. Because whenever I'm like I wonder what that would be like Bam I get a phone call and we're there next next week or something so I'm like I'm very to. It'd be careful what you put out there but in this situation yeah. I never met anybody who had prosthetic legs for a win. Went through anything. I went through so but my mom had told me right before all that happened before I was one thousand nine hundred for all that happened actually like literally like a month the more I lost my legs and got sick. My Mom told me about her friend's son who just lost his legs below the knee. He had something called meningitis. And we and it was traumatizing. Amortizing and I remember sitting in the bathtub that night looking at my legs and my feet and thinking what would I do without my legs. How would I live my life and actually actually thinking about it and I thought to myself I would roll myself off a cliff? That is what I would do. There is no way to live my life without my legs a month on slater. The same exact thing happened to me a month. Isn't that crazy. And then you realize like oh no I got this like I'm still the same person like now. It's just yeah I know it sounds easy and it wasn't no but it's like you. You definitely find a strength that you didn't know you had well 'cause you're forced with a choice at one point and I know you don't you didn't ever want to feel like a victim to it and I just to point out the say it again. I can't pronounce it meningitis fancier cancer so it was it was like I don't use it as the story. Yes that's what I was trying to say the fan okay amended. We'll be right back with more off the vine great therapy now back to off the grade their take less than two percent chance of surviving. Yeah and and in fact when this was happening and you went into surgery you went in very aware that you were going to lose both of your legs and you went in with a choice and I think a lot of people in that moment would feel like giving up. Yeah and you thought of certain things about life that you enjoyed that you wanted to still enjoy later and then you actually felt your last heartbeat on table. Yeah Yeah we're talking about those old. I listened to the Oprah. I shouldn't I like I don't don't WanNa make it like the same in Jerusalem because nobody can do that but I'm just I just love. I want people to hear the story I so I rarely tell the storm. Actually I told it to Oprah and and I put it in my book and that's about it. Okay yes so no. It's good so you don't have to tell me. I only told Oprah sooner but so when I yes so I entered the hospital. I mean I was really it was like they gave me less than a two percent chance answered living in about two hours left to live. They told my parents that because this infection was through my blood and all my organs were failing and at one point it was about three days later after I was in a coma and my stomach was getting bigger and they knew I was internally bleeding at that they couldn't move me because I was so weak and so unstable all that just to move me like my heart rate would go up. My blood pressure would crash but they realized cat scan to see what's going on and so it took something Mike like thirteen hours. Eight doctors to move me from the table to the table. Just by literally like fingertip by singer chip just slowly move me to the cat scan cantabile and then they put me into the cat scan and they saw that my spleen. If it hadn't already burst it was about ready to so if it did I would die so they they had to rush me into emergency surgery which at this point I already had a two percent chance of living and then they're putting me in the surgery and I remember being in that surgery I remember number later told. There's no doubt that you know I relate whose idiot that just rocked him by right now. Just kidding just kidding okay. The second half we're going to play so many games wrong is gonNA come going to grow out. So yes so I remember being on Not Emergency Emergency Room in the surgical operating room. And I. Yeah I knew I was in surgery for my heart was beating out of my chest and I remember my doctor who I'd never really met before because I was in a coma but I remember my doctor talking pinch me and saying amy whatever it is you believe in think about that right now and I thought to myself I believe in love. I believe in love like that's what creates everything and and then all the sudden my heart was beating just out of my chest and I remember just kind of having my last heartbeat because I lost asked my breath and I thought that was that was my last heartbeat and I it pushed me out of my body and suddenly I was in the space and I thought to myself. I know we're at like I know what just happened. And I saw these three silhouettes in front of me and I didn't recognize them but they were going like this with their hands and they were saying you you can come with us or you can stay and I remember getting so frustrated and everybody energy and my body because is I haven't fallen in Lafayette like I haven't lived my life yet. I haven't done the things I loved. I started thinking about the things I love. I started thinking a little things. I started thinking of the smell of a campfire or like the taste of hose. Water as a kid really metallic. I can't give that up and ED. They started thinking of all these sensory things that are like you know who cares like arms or legs or whatever like clearly like I I wanna live my life. And there's these things to live for and and so so and then all the sudden I remember. This can alight on my shoulder kind of telling me like Bourbon like telepathically. I duNNo. Just somehow telling telling me that like license crazy like you chose to stay and there's going to be ups and downs but it's all going to make sense and so when I woke up from the coma that I was in I knew I was facing losing both of my legs below the knee. I knew I was facing a kidney transplant. I knew my life was going to be different forever. Ever had that that like that face that no matter what happens it's all going to make sense in the end and that sticks with me. There's a lot of that that that kind of formed me into who I am today because I made the choice I could if I wanted to leave I could have taken the easy way out right and so why be here and complain about my situation I chose to be here and then also just going through stuff like I went through this year. It's like okay. This is hard nothing nothing prepares you for this but just kind of having that awareness. I had that moment. I believe that moment so much and what it told me is that it's all going.
"purdy" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
"I don't even know now. See We're soul Sunday. Yeah I was just. I just can't wait for you guys to meet her. She's so sweet. She's so well spoken. She speaks in front of crowds. That are like three thousand people A. She's a motivational speaker. Let me give her a little intro. Not only has. She competed on on dancing with the stars as well as the amazing race but she also has three Olympic medals. She's a motivational speaker. bestselling author a clothing designer. The Co Oh founder of the Adaptive Action Sports Organization and. There's a little fact that she herself with over called a hero okay. Ofra called her a hero. She's done all this while. Simultaneously Overcoming physical and mental obstacles. But those obstacles have made her everything she is today. I am so excited. Waited for you to hear her story. Please welcome to the stage. My guests amy purdy. I am so excited. This is okay. I have the nervous Shittu I speak tissues crowds for the small crowds are crazy. I know I agree. It's big crowds. I always try to think about about instagram stories. And how many people watch the instagram stories. And I'm like Oh Dang thing and then it's like a small intimate crowd and you guys are like the real powerful ones who care to and we can see your you're facing it's fun but it's kind of nerve wracking Q.. It is GonNa for a minute. We'll be good. Yeah and then he realized how everyone's just like so happy to be here and and you're like we're doing okay guys going to be okay together today and little drunk I have to say to. This was the first time that I crushed on my crutches crutches kind of buzzed nailed it on the same diet as tailored right now and it was just like to take a step crutch takes your person who is very in the moment so you're probably focusing on this one. Yeah that's amazing as an. I'm well thank you so much for being I guess today I am. You guys are in for such a treaty. Obviously the fact that you just oprah called you a hero and wanted you to be on her alike. It's for a reason you you say that you don't want people to hear your story and say that you're so inspiration ration- on that you're an inspiration you want people to be inspired and live and inspirational life. Yeah so explain I mean for people who don't know amy she. She's got her. I I want you to tell the story because you tell it beautifully and I just think it's important that everybody here knows who you're already do know but this is a little bit of your story the and a brief background on this even how you started snowboarding as a child and what that led to. Yeah so I mean okay. Let's see so the first part of that so yeah I mean I never want people to really sit back and go. Hey it's inspiring what she's done but you know I could never do that myself. Like my hopes is that everybody would say hey if she can do that then I yeah. Well we all have challenges. We all have obstacles. We all have to work through stuff and it's really just being flexible and adapting to your situation embracing it. And and then that's when you really thrive and it doesn't matter what your what your circumstances are so but it took me a long time to learn that so I actually I grew up in Las Vegas. Not Many Olympics Olympic snowboarders vegas so I grew up in Vegas not many Olympic snowboarders come from Vegas But they're ski resorts outside Vegas and I fell in love with snowboarding. I knew it was going to be something I'd do for the rest of my life and so I became a massage therapist because my I thought I could travel the world and how this job traveled with me and then suddenly my life took a detour. This is when I was nineteen years old and I contracted something called meningococcal meningitis us. We have no idea how I got it. It's kind of spread like the flu or the cold so somebody could have sneezed on me right. Maybe that's how Sunday goes body can fight that at some as it's a weird thing because one in four people are carriers of it so it's like it's actually a common bacteria but it's not common to get sick from when you get sick from it like my immune system just didn't fight it off then it can be really deadly and they say it's something like it's eighty percent deadly within the first fifteen hours at his really a hard. You think you have the flu but then suddenly dine right and that happened to me. I remember actually I remember. I was laying in bed not ceiling. Well and I I heard this voice say aiming get up and look in the mirror and as I was sitting up I realized something was really wrong. My heart was beating my I Charleston. It was shady and I was so weak and I scooted to the edge of the bed I put my seat on the floor and I stood up and I realized that I couldn't feel my feet and I glanced to the floor. I saw that my feet were purple. I glanced at my hands and my hands were purple and then I looked at my reflection in the mirror and my nose my children. My cheeks were purple as well. I it hit likes that and I was dying. I knew it and I was rushed to their merchants. You knew you could right then it was. It was just an overwhelming and I was so oh sick just in that moment but it got there so fast. I thought the flu and then suddenly I was like. Oh God like this is this is. Baton is wrong so rushed to them urgency room and ended up being in in the hospital for three months. I ended up losing both of my legs below the knees to septic shock. That's actually it's a pretty amazing thing your body to try to save you. Save Your Oregon's your body pulls blood from your extremities to save your Oregon so you know you can look at things like God. That's like so shitty or it's like a miracle is Chris Research and you've always had you've always been sort of I remember you using your Daydream Ryan. You've always kind of been like a person who visualizes things and I feel like you have a really good attitude about everything but you've always been that way right you know. I don't know I mean you know it's hard to say where we are right now. None of us it happened. But I'll tell you what so. I have an injury right now. That's really hard core. It's like the biggest thing I've gone through since I lost my legs when I was nineteen I injured my Toplitz. He'll artery last year and ended up. Ended up with a blood clot for my heads breath down to every artery of my left leg and it happened just like that and I had five surgeries over the last nine months totally to save my leg. I totally holy traumatize. Antea even harder than when I lost my legs twenty years ago really because yeah because I think I've just I've put so so much into getting where I'm at today and my legs. My prosthetics are like they're an extension of me of course and I identify with them so to think that you know you can lose even more. Yeah but yet here. I know people have so many friends who are above the knee. Who are maybe amazing athletes? Who are in wheelchairs amazing athletes? Like I'm in the right community to not not everything's GonNa be okay and I've been there before but I'll tell you what I mean. There are times when shit gets hard and you just have to no that you have to believe that you will get through it and you have to believe that. Everything's temporary everything. Good things for temporary bad things for temporary and your body's going to change or sternum stances. We're going to change or somebody's going to step in the picture and help you. And so that's that's like very slowly what I've kind of worked through or this here. All right let's talk about Lacroix Lacroix's twenty-five flavors are derived from natural sources with natural fruit. 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Terrelle Pryor arrested, recovering after being stabbed
"Well one time quarterback for the Oakland Raiders is hospitalized in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania after being stabbed early this morning KCBS is Tim Ryan reports a woman was arrested in connection with the assault and prior he is also facing an assault charge thirty year old Terrelle Pryor with the raiders in twenty eleven to twenty thirteen was stabbed several times in his apartment a woman arrested on a charge of attempted murder prior arrested for alleged assault has not been playing in the NFL he got an apartment in Pittsburgh and woman there tracked him he walked in the emergency room which seems like it's not bad but then they said he was in critical condition and now I guess it sounds like these injuries are survival you stab that's formal mercury news sports columnist mark Purdy now a lecturer as soon as a state there were people in the NFL will probably shouldn't play wide receiver all along but he wanted to play quarterback the raiders thought he could play quarterback but he just was not consistent choir left Ohio state omits the memorabilia selling scandal and was cut by the Jaguars earlier this year I don't know what we do about domestic violence this is a heartbreak when every year happens and this sounds like another set up so Tim Ryan
The new shows to watch and the ones to skip
"As usual we wrap things up with the critics corner this week's new arrivals include undone on Amazon unbelievable on Net flicks and American Horror Story Nineteen eighty-four on FX Dan. What's cooking well? I if I had not seen American Horror Story Nineteen eighty-four as if I have said many times I'm looking forward to watching the first few episodes and quitting as usual but I can't tell you if it's better or worse than usual fortunately though there are actually a lot of things things to watch this week and really the main new releases are all pretty good to very good. Unbelievable is Netflix exes this I would say it is complementary to mind hunter. It is to some degree. It's the story of two detectives played by Merit Weaver in Toni Collette investigating a serial rape case. There's also a story line involving Caitlyn deavere as one of the victims potentially of the same serial rapist. Maybe maybe not it is intense and it sounds like it is unpleasant to watch or could could be unpleasant to watch. It is less wallowing than it could be. I would say that the creators Suzanne grants who wrote Erin Brockovich among other things is the primary creator along with a let Waldman and Michael Chaban and it has a really good grasp of tone. It never goes to dark. It has is very good insight into the criminal investigative process what works what doesn't sometimes it's even funny and that has a lot to do with the fact that Moore Weaver in Tony any clutter just wonderful together. It's based on a Pulitzer Prize winning propublica article and I could honestly watch multiple seasons of this or up Toni Collette Leadin Merit Weaver being awesome Caitlyn deavere also awesome. I thought the eighth episode of the eighth. Maybe is a drop in quality. Maybe a little bit more contrived and conventional conventional than the first seven but it's an impressive piece of economical and powerful storytelling then undone which sounds like it should be right. They're also alphabetically which is very important comes from a Raphael Bob Wax Bergen keep purdy who have worked together on Bo Jack Horseman on Netflix. This one is on an Amazon and it is a twisty turny wrote a scoped story about a young woman who becomes unstuck in time and reality after a car the accident and her father voiced by Bob Odenkirk actually played by Bob Odenkirk because that's how wrote a scope works tells her that she has the power to help. nope basically solve the mystery of his death or murder. Main character is played by Rosa Salazar who people will know maybe from alita battle angel or for man seeking woman. She's she's very good. It is not as funny or Quirky as Beau Jack Horsemen but is is visually magnificent the the the rotor scoping technology and the work done by director his Co.. Housing is is stunning to look at. I didn't care about the murder mystery really at all but I love watching this this is this is such a beautiful show to watch and sometimes it's funny. Sometimes it has some big thoughts in its mind. It's Jerry Interesting Are you gonNa Watch either of those two this weekend direction. I actually just started binging elites. I'm probably going to finish that and then I'm hopefully to watch some baseball this weekend. I'm hopefully going to sit out by the pool. That all sounds good if you need a little bit more TV I can also to some degree. Recommend showtimes murderer on the by you. Showtime is getting into the same true. Crime miniseries extended storytelling market that netflix dominated that obviously Amazon has done some. I'm working. A bunch of folks have done it. It's about the investigation into the deaths of young women in a single Louisiana small town. It is full of rather rather mind boggling details miscarriages of justice. It is absolutely difficult to watch. It's a Lotta graphic. Talk about you know people selling their bodies is selling their souls and smoking crack with their parents but it is you're trying to do right there. It doesn't look like it's that exciting small town so apparently you gotta do what you gotTa do it is harrowing but sometimes gripping and mind boggling to watch a lot of pretty good TV to watch this weekend. I would say so there. You
"purdy" Discussed on Recode Decode
"Together on exactly what we're talking about. How do we promote the creation of jobs in the various various industries and the most likely paces can create jobs so it's not the government picking winners and losers but it's creating a level playing field creating opportunities taking regulations away but smart that people have to sit down and say what do we think and kick around ideas of what's most important and sometimes there may be some things where the government spends are indeed but it's very few and far are between things that that they need to be spent but in the tragedy of the comments if there are some things where we really need the government to spend and we've got put up. We've got to put the money but the private sector needs as elite and say. How do we work together. You look back and say why don't we have high speed trains in america. Are we about to make a bigger mistake with five g. We've got to have the leaders. Come together and say let's. Let's develop a strategy because the chinese don't have that problem now. Although they make some they run headlong into things. I'm not sure the belton wrote initiative israeli working out for them and you know they throw a lot of money away but it's not always buying what they need. It's also a longer. It's a mentality of long-term is scott kalaheo. Do my pivot podcast with was talking about this <unk> dea the chinese government. You know they'll move whole towns. They have a day you know. If you american farmer gets a hangnail it's like massive coverage and the political implications a high and it's harder to move that way to make industrial policy essentially industrial policy and make it stick absolute at the same time in some of these areas like five g. and end and whatever's coming next do need to have a coordinated thing which hasn't happened from our government in a long time there. It is on some level and i do. I actually do think the edward snowden did impact it. Even though you can feel it from silicon valley people talk about it all the time well. I think for example chancellor merckel the head of germany. I think she remembers the fact. The u._s. was monitoring. Her phone calls <hes> <hes> i think they sometimes feel the u._s. Comes across as a bully absolutely so what what has to happen next are you hinged on on the on these trade talks this idea of that that this will at some point settle for what happens to the to the deployment of five g. in this country will what will happen up in is it. It looks like they will have a diversity of suppliers. Probably nokia ericsson an maybe samsung might be the third in terms of the radio access network and and will means this. It won't be as good as efficient or as as cost effective. The prices will be higher on and they'll move forward with something that they call five g. and and it will just take longer to get the full the benefits of it and then alway will move to be working with governments across the world who aren't having been pressured by the u._s. and hopefully in the long term you know i i think while we really take a long-term view of its business and opportunities of always going to be around and when you think about <hes> sort of what the how the company's been caught in it if you had to you know i think most people are going to think no matter what this is a company that is under the thumb some of the chinese government and and and the risks are there because they could at any time be turned on and i think it sounds really crazy but the this nash the i called the national freak out over face app blake putin's got my pictures as an old person like it's the conceptual idea that they're that in this age of violation of privacy and control of data and the idea that companies can have hegemony over tech in a way. That's very dangerous. It's like having the best nuclear weapons. I guess <hes> that you're not gonna ever not not have chinese. Especially bees not be suspect no matter what i think everybody should be suspect i mean that's the bottom line and we have to remember. We have to hold off the federal communications commission chair chairman chairman pie..
"purdy" Discussed on Recode Decode
"Won't be disappointed and if you are you can add me mm-hmm or here with andy. Purdy the chief security officer of way technologies obviously always the chinese company sort of been and caught in the trade wars and a lot of allegations about national security and everything else one of the things i also think behind this is because i hear a lot from silicon valley interviews mark zuckerberg and others and one of things that struck me when i didn't have them about a year ago started. This conceptual idea of it's us versus the chinese to dominate donate the next technology age <hes>. It's being used as a little bit of an excuse well. It's a big excuse by tech companies u._s. Tech who have screwed up like facebook to say i called the argument like if i need to be big you can't break me up because if not china will take over everything it's it's a ridiculous argument on many levels at the same time <music>. I'm the u._s. Has dominated the internet age. The beginning parts of the technology age and most of the big companies in this world are u._s. Companies technology companies. That's changed changed rather significantly and especially. You know there's israeli companies. Obviously there's european companies. There's russian company sort of <hes> but in general china is the competitor to the u._s. Many people have written about this talk. A little bit about that concept is there has to be a zero sum game who dominates the next internet age well. I don't think it has to be a zero sum game and in fact as we try to learn lessons from the current situation we're in <hes> some people draw the lesson that will american made a major mistake by not having a company like nokia ericsson or woah. They're saying that was a big mistake but we have to remember that our resources resources went into other things people made choices based on opportunities and profit an innovation similarly. One is now saying well. What do we do going forward now. We don't don't have the strong company like a nokia x. Do we try to spend billions to create a company. That's going to create sixty. Is that the smart thing to do. I don't automatically adequately assume that we made a mistake nor that. It would be smart to do that but i do think we need to strengthen one thing that we have as a disadvantage in our country. We have a disadvantage in our our ability to formulate industrial strategies right. We have to get government and private sector to work together to figure out okay going forward. What are the most important things for. I prosper and be safe so for example. We might decide well. No it doesn't make sense. The builder owns six g. Perhaps we spend money to improve how we monitor the the networks and i know d._h._s. Is trying to do some of that stuff. Maybe we put some emphasis in cyber security measures and detection measures that we can find things better <hes> and that you can do like weightlifting or like a program like apple does something so you can be sure that what gets delivered is what secure trusted computing modules things like that. Maybe it makes more sense to spend money on that and it's been the other money on you know..
Deadly Kentucky Gas Explosion 'Looks Like Mars'
"It looks like Mars that's how authorities describe the aftermath of a deadly gas line explosion in Lincoln County in central Kentucky the fire continued for quite a while we had videos in video from the scene that it's it's sound like a jet engine was taking off as a result of the at the fire the gas as you can imagine was continuing to flow flow of words that's K. as P. trooper Robert Purdy a fifty eight year old woman was killed several others were
YouTubers, influencers and big business converge at VidCon 2019
"Hey marketplace tech listeners. Marketplace has a new podcast out now called this is uncomfortable. It's a weekly show out Thursday's about life and how many messes with it. The show looks at things like what happens when one person in a relationship has way more money than the other what happens when work is the thing that makes us cry at work and how to manage all the ways many gets in the way of our relationships shapes our identities and a lot of times defines what it means to be an adult subscribe to this is uncomfortable wherever you get your podcasts. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by the Michigan Economic Development Corporation Evan Lyle of rush enterprises is a big fan of Michigan as he put it. The future of mobility is going to be decided right here in the state is a planet dot com to find out why. That's P. L. A. N. E. T. M. dot com. It's BITCON twenty nineteen. The Mecca for Youtubers influencers and there are many many fans from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Jed Kim in for Molly. Would masses have converged on Anaheim California for the tenth annual Vid con where Industry execs and fans they interact with their favorite influencers and of course take selfies with a giant rainbow slide barbecues glittering dream house. People vote lined up early like Valerie Ortega at seven A._M.. She says her daughter WHO's on Youtube as galaxy lunar begged to come from El Paso my daughter Dazzling Ortega is a big fan of a lot of youtubers. So she's helping to meet some important. People try to get her name out there. To <hes> Jesus Kevin Wagner live streamed from the line to Gamer platform twitch. He had thousands of dollars worth of gear strapped to his shoulder. His waist erased my main goal of doing this is a share experiences with people that maybe can't financially afford to go or if they have you know fears of planes or just have social anxiety altogether so that's why I'm trying to do most of community helped me fund this rig covering all of this for the Atlantic is Taylor Laurenz. She says instagram and Tick Tock are gaining ground on youtube among creators at the same time. Being a Youtuber is still sort of seen as a very higher status mark. If you're successful youtuber you're making a lot of money because youtube is still the only platform that offers creators direct monetization so they can run pre roll ads on their videos and get paid. You can't run pre roll ads on your instagram account or your fifteen second tick tock so it's. Harder to get money more directly. Those people have to rely on brand deals which are a little bit more volatile. What are the kinds of announcements or big things that you're going to be looking for this year? I think another interesting thing that's happening this year. BITCON is the influence of China and Chinese these companies. You have executives from Baiju ten cent. There was a big East West Forum actually held at the Mary where a bunch of ten cents executives and other Chinese executives met to figure out how they can stay claim to some of the American market and was such a big deal for the it's interesting they have this whole Morad of APPs and platforms that have reached scale in China and have hundreds of millions of users but they haven't really been able to penetrate the Western market so I think we're seeing more Chinese companies see if there are big American creators they should be working with and also what can they learn from what we have going on over here a lot of controversies these days surrounding you too. How are those things showing up here? It's funny because they're completely. Wheatley not most stories about youtube this year defined as like extremism problems with Algorithm <hes> you know leading to the proliferation of all these outright white supremacist videos getting shown teens feeds and it's funny because here there's is just none of that is very entertainment focused. It's very focused for industry professionals and brands so you have brands like chipotle lay you know Walmart coming bitcon to scout new talent and they aren't interested in the kind of Neo Nazis that are actually the trending on the platform pretty calling Taylor Lorenzo reports for the Atlantic. She says YouTube uses vid con as a space to keep pace with competitors like announcing new ways for creators to make money and now for some related links the vid con experience has already gone overseas with Vid Cons London and Australia next year it will expand to Mexico City. The Hollywood reporter quotes a bid conning. Executive says some of the top global creators have emerged from Mexico in recent years content creators will have a new way to make money announced at BITCON. The S._e._C. has qualified a new crypto currency called props. They'll allow content creators to earn Crypto for the work they do and probably usable across several APPS. You can read more about it at tech crunch and Yahoo and finally youtuber ten emotional had a rather infamous role last year with BITCON BITCON over its denying her featured Creator status that led to her skipping bitcon and announcing her own concurrent convention tennakon was not a success some have made comparisons to the disastrous fire fest well the hedge it has been unburied. Tanna is back at Bitcon this year and happily. She's got that future Creator Badge Stephanie Hughes Produces Marketplace Tech Tro is our senior producer. We had production help from Matt purdy Serb. Regather is our engineer.
What does it mean to be "employed" in the gig economy?
"This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by ultimate software dedicated to putting people first with innovative solutions for HR payroll and talent management. Learn more at ultimate software dot com. Ultimate software people first and by click share with click share, and you're meeting, you can share your screen instantly from any device, click share instantly projects any speakers laptop, tablet or phone onto a presentation screen. So everyone can work together. Share their ideas and create something great. That's the click share effect. Visit click share free trial dot com and learn more and sign up for your free trial. What does it mean to be employed in the gig economy? A new European law. Tries to answer that question from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I may me Scott in for Molly would. This week the European parliament passed a law establishing basic rights for workers in the gig economy that could apply to some three million. People from Uber drivers to careers for the UK's delivery, the law requires companies to pay when work is cancelled last minute or for mandatory training, it also bans exclusivity clauses, which prevent freelancers from gigging for other companies. It's supposed to make working short-term gigs a little more stable. Joe Miller is a business and tech reporter with the BBC who's been following this law. It was mainly targeted at the biz of this. Well, and things like toss grab it essentially at based services that supply on demand sevices such as transport to delivery in reality. The legislation encompasses a fob ruled a section of the economy people who clean offices. Includes people who work for possible delivery companies. So the legislation could apply to a fall fall brought a sector than just those big tech foams that we've all come to know, why are these changes needed? What kinds of abuses were workers talking about that? This law is trying to address. Yes. The range of abuses require massive from people who being booked for work, and then never been given that work, you know, just being left in the lurch with no work, and no pay to people who have worked hundreds of days a year without any holiday pay people not being offered any compensation when they're sick despite working for the same company as intially for many, many months a weeks. So there's been an awful lot of activism around this and an awful lot of legal challenges around this of people coming forward with all sorts of employment concerns, these Member States have up to three years to begin to enforce this seems like a long time with a lot. Out of room for maneuvering, it is a long time. But critics would also point out that this only applies to people who are employed now that tightening up definition of who's employed the saying if you work three hours a week for a company that is considered employment. But of course, the big battlefield between the likes of Uber left and deliver around the weld and various authorities has been they've always claimed that they are just the facilitator between a customer and a self employed contractor now that is not covered by this legislation 'cause this legislation narrowly only applies to people who are employed, and you can expect that to be many many challenges on the definition of who is employed. This doesn't really solve anything in the immediate future. It's just a blueprint of how things may look the BBC's Joe Miller what could this year opean law mean for American workers? Well, Miller says think about what happened with the GDP are. The European privacy regulation that took effect last year. It led a lot of tech companies to change their practices here too. And now for some related links here in the US the rise of the gig economy may be distorting some economic data over at axios frequent marketplace guests Dion Ribaut and wrote about a new paper from the Dallas fed. It says the headline unemployment rate now at three point eight percent may low ball the number of gig workers who are unemployed or under employed because contract workers aren't on the payroll. They aren't counted as unemployed even when they're not working we've got links to John's piece and the Dallas fed paper at marketplace, tech dot org. Also, while you're there, check out another story from the ethica times Cornell University surveyed New Yorkers who use platforms like Uber post mates and grub hub to make a living among the two hundred seventy people surveyed only thirteen percent said they could get by by working for those apps alone, many relied on public assistance and juggled several apps at once to make ends meet Matt Purdy produced this. Tweaks marketplace tech along with Stephanie Hughes eve tro is our senior producer, Dan Powell is our engineer, I'm Amy Scott. And that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by click share, an award winning wireless presentation system with click share, and you're meeting you can share your screen instantly from any device. No more awkward small talk or wasted time as you wait. For tech problems to be fixed. Click share instantly projects any speakers laptop, tablet or phone onto a presentation scream. So everyone can work together. 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"purdy" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
"Are not in your favor for me that resonates so loudly because every day, I get messages from people online or people I meet in person who tell me that they're not doing the thing they really wanna do because of self doubt because of insecurity because of different challenges and obstacles that they face in their life, and they're really afraid to fail in a free to let people down and for people to judge them. And for me, I feel like we weren't just put here to play things safe to place mall or to show up some of the time. Yes, we want to protect ourselves. Yes. We wanna have our needs met. Yes. We don't wanna put ourselves in physical harms way. But if we want to achieve our dreams, and if we want to do something meaningful to us and fulfilling that means you gotta live messy at certain times. That means that you need to face different challenges. You're gonna break your heart. Your to hurt people. You're going to do things people. Don't like you're to not everyone's going to to like what you do. You're gonna lose some people along the way you're gonna frustrate people. You're going to feel some emotional pain here and there, and I don't think you're just supposed to coast, and and live the safe life all the way from the moment you wake up to the moment you die. Just don't believe. That's what this is supposed to be now. I don't want you to face emotional pain every single day. That's not worth it either. But there are going to be moments in your life that you're going to need to get stronger, not play smaller, but build your strength. So you can take on the challenges and adversity and today's guest has taken on some extreme diversity in her life. Amy Purdy is one of the most inspiring people. I know she's a massive motivational speaker. She's a para snowboarder, she is a bestselling author. She won the bronze medal and snowboarding in the Paralympics in twenty fourteen and in two thousand eighteen Paralympics she was a silver medalist and snowboarding. She's also just such a kind human being one of the kindest people I've ever met and she had a challenge when she was early in her life where she lost the bottom half of her legs. She lost about a month for the legs. And she had extreme challenges in extreme adversity that she had a face and in these challenges she didn't settle for a safe and comfortable, comfortable life. She stepped up to the plate and started taking more action. And she was the closing keynote speaker at last year's summit of greatness, which was mind blowing. She got a standing ovation and her speech is one of the best I've ever seen and we sat down and did a QNA afterwards. And in this episode today is part of that human a that. I felt really resonated that had people in tears and had people standing ovation all this stuff. And I wanted you to have access to it because of how inspiring it actually is. And if you haven't got your ticket for this year someone of greatness, it is going to be mind blowing.
"purdy" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Let's see if they ruled that a catches the ball came out late. It was not a early on. The field was runners me was down before the ball came second out that'll be as seventh reception for a hundred and sixty yards and a six yard gain. Their roy. You've mentioned a moment ago number thirteen Washington state, and they're never thirteen. And that means you're not in the top twelve teams in the CFP. David Montgomery on second town gains to that'll make it third and along to one of the things that his bid in their craw. Since the apple Cup has been that they weren't in the new year six bowl. And so not saying the album bowl is not a fantastic bowl. But they wanted to be considered in that top twelve and it's awfully important to that. But how do you gain respect what you gotta finish strong? Cyclones facing third down into for right till after they're all white uniform. Brock Purdy pistol formation. David Montgomery directly behind them a too wide receiver formation and Montgomery needed across the thirty. He'll bully is way ahead to the thirty two yard line to keep the drive alive. Montgomery new. It's exactly how far too yards was he's closing in on one hundred yards. Now. And he just knew exactly hey, I gotta get. I gotta get past the thirty yard line. And he got his thirty two. He now has ninety eight yards on eighteen carries with a long eighteen and a touchdown. So he's been very workman-like tonight as usual. Starting to get lathered up his thirty two in wide on first down out of the shotgun hurting under duress fires at the Butler down the field. Grab it the forty the ball just stuck to his glove. Like there was glue audit. It stated plus territory. That's a gain of twenty eight. Well, I keep Butler the big fell down with a highlight reel catch that will be. I believe the top ten play tonight. Sample stole off Montgomery is gonna lose to go out quickly by Dominic symbols. A lot happening right there. I don't know how he made the catch the ball was moving away from him. He just stuck a big ball out there and the football just stuck to his big hand when we saw him earlier this year. I thought he might be the best receiver of the country because what one thing last year, coordinate Sutton at asset. You went number forty of the draft at the Denver Broncos, which is still the steel of last year's drought along with Lindsay as a free agent. But I think Butler's better than Courtney Sheldon cloudy most to the back Bill gets the hand up. One man miss brought down inside the thirty good enough to move the change. That's a first down after a gain of thirteen scholar. Thomas are should out of the sideline. What happens when you have a player like the key Butler, ROY they require a double team. And so it opens up other parts of your offense at the running games clicking away for the cyclones affect the hand off to crony party flushed in the pocket fires down the field. And. Low incomplete looking for land in acres was in the area and double coverage and really that time just trying to get rid of it. Birdie that time to scrambling about. And of course, it did not have a key Butler in the lineup on the last play. He was off the field. He's back on it. Now. Now, you mentioned Montgomery his respirate Dow's yards this year Butler has caught. Over eleven hundred yards through the air superced time in Iowa State history. They've had a one thousand yard rusher and a one thousand yard receiver in the same season. On the jet sweep action. They'll fake it that way but Gumri off left tackle brought down by comfort after a short game. Well, the defense of Washington state led by Tracy Claes the defensive coordinator. They're not getting all right now, they got fooled. The first series of the second half Iowa State. And it's because I was state's running a lot of different shark motion in the backfield and trying to move the I discipline of Washington state that time they really locked in. And made a nice play. Third down. Ten yards to go approaching four to play in the third quarter, Washington state leading Iowa State twenty one to seventeen rock birdie out of the shotgun. Montgomery flanking have lots side looking down the field birdie now flush crosses the twenty five now to the twenty cent out bounds. Their Tom is going to be about two yards. Short of the first down after a gain of eight decision time now for Matt Campbell. And I thought it really good decision that time by Brock Purdy, Washington state rust three spied one and nothing down the field. And as time clock ran out. He scooted up the sideline I think I will state. My call a timeout here discuss this. Four down and a long one three forty three and counting laughed at our third quarter in Iowa State. Well, in fact, utilize a time out. Time out on the field.
"purdy" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Because we've got such a variety of terrain around here. The bay bottom. We got some deep hole they can run and on. And then they come right back out, you know, get on the ship channel and on the the barge canal and. You know, that's several deep hole on the island that they can hide in their round in there. I don't think they went anywhere. We're looking for really good day today. Who else? Full house up there. I think we're running. I don't know fifteen boats. Gosh, should be nice way. Just one of those days where you know, the boats not big enough because everybody dresses like eskimos, then they come back like they're in shorts and now well tropic high seventy two now, but you know. Do you have a high of seventy two? But when you're on that water is still cold water. Temperatures are now, you know, they were fifty one two days. The middle fifty. Yep. It'd be it'd be nice. If. Good times, they were catching fish, I feel. That's what it's all about. You know, you go out there you enjoy the weather gonna be seventy two degrees. Sunny Purdy just get out there. Kickback relax have a good time and catch few fish. If you can't you bunch of fish, that's wonderful thing. But if he catch a few fish, you just enjoy it, and you can pass through the guide more that way. That's right and get you back. This time of year is a win win win. You get you back in time watching football football game day. Yeah. You watch Texas put it on. I will stay there you go. Seven o'clock this evening. Games. You can get it all done down it gets dark at five thirty. Now we got locked nighttime. Okay. Horns you're gonna dominate night. We'll have a good I hope. So I think you're going to be right now, if they come patient way now, I know y'all have all the tackle into boats. Everything that now y'all also offer duck ducats, we are really being on that cutting got some of the most primed terrain around here within twenty miles of it both inland and on the Bank, and that's important because you know, when a cold front starts won't fifty miles an hour. They go seriously goes up in the forty and fifty we don't want to be out on that base. We've got to property that we're hunting now on the in Illinois been working on it for two years. Shape. So we do a lot of lot of dot cutting. You get a lot of good ducks. And fishing and a lot of people like him down blasting castle gotten hot the morning and then come around eat hot lunch and go right back out and about a five because I'm fixing to be running out of.
"purdy" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"The area. So it looks like we'll be okay. Got the Yankees game. This evening should be rain-free by then we'll be rain-free for the next several days. Larry Dave, and now to what police in Suffolk are calling adults gone wild. That is over a video game which left one man in cuffs one schoolboy under police protection. Mattie was allegedly threatened. Police say forty five year old Michael L Purdy has been playing with that Xbox One game fortnight with an eleven year old boy for months is a game where you can go online and multiple partners. Well, cops say everything was fine. Until the boy started getting the best of all the Purdy. And he didn't appreciate it allegedly threatening. The kids Suffolk police chief Stewart camera they were playing Monday evening late. And at some point. I get the eleven year old got him in a gaming system and worn away some of Mr.. L Purdy virtual online guns that are included in the game. Board night is a third person shooter game very popular online. We're up to one hundred players can drop onto a virtual island with the goal of being the sole survivor. Well, after the ledge real life threat, the boy's parents called police who reportedly put an increased police presence at the kids school today in Kings Park. Just adds a precaution. Albuquerque taken off to jail charged with a rasping enacting a injure a child. He's scheduled to be arraigned sill and police say they found an air soft rifle shoots pellets at his house lay. This is police say this is truly a lesson on how not to be a sore loser. From Donald town. People are taking pictures is if they'd seen a unicorn, but then it was a rare sighting, which you'd have to see to believe Cuomo that is a mayor de Blasios frenemies to the end, but on this day in lockstep to get the democratic engine fired up in a statewide general election campaign, Juliet Papa has more on the Tinton wind ring central Newsline for the sake of party unity, mayor de Blasio and governor Cuomo were kind to each other at a rally for the no. Oh, van der elections. His honor says the governor stepped up to battle Trump administration policies, and I wanna give governor Cuomo credit he locked on. And he challenged on Trump every step of the way. And that's what the state needed. The governor's struck a conciliatory note mentioning their decades long relationship, and then turned to the bigger picture. We are now going to unify.
45-year-old arrested for threatening to shoot his 11-year-old Fortnite rival: Police
"Police have arrested a man for threatening to shoot an eleven year. Old boy he lost a video game too. From his home here. In huntington. Authorities say forty five year old Michael L per teacher was playing the online game fortnight with an eleven year old child who lives in Kings Park. But when Al Purdy was losing he began making threats to shoot the boy, including at his school. Sys- Suffolk County
"purdy" Discussed on Shift+F1
"Help teammate for Nando Alonzo's strategy. Him no Pika junior. And I think the Renault team principal of both were banned from Ephron and still are you can't remember did they let Briatore you go back to managing drivers. Because he was also an agent I wanna say that. Alonzo really liked him. I mean, obviously like Lonzo or else. He wouldn't have also had his entire. Yeah. But Briatore a just a interesting character in one. Kind of a brilliant scumbag in a lot of ways it's the way to describe them like. But but yeah, that that sort of marked the end of him, and I want to say that year if he doesn't do that. And that race doesn't and with Lonza winning it screwed up a Masa pit stop. And that was the year that Maas lost the championship. I like a point. Yeah. The see the weather for Singapore. Looks to be Purdy warm eighty two Fahrenheit twenty nine celsius on. Race day. I'm sorry on qualifying day. With seventy seven degree are percent humidity and a decent amount of wind. Although no, let's see five percent precipitation for qualifying day climbing to about thirteen percent for race day. Apparently last year was the only time that it has rained there a similar temps for race day and win dies down a little bit. So going to be hot one, maybe wet. We shall see. Also, there's a turn called Singapore sling, which is good. In terms of tires. We've got soft Oltra soft and hyper soft don't see a lot of that. So that's fun. Low grip stress and lateral forces about three out of five on asphalt abrasion. But high downforce is required. I think for this lap or for this race. We got sixty one laps. For a total of three hundred eight point eight Colomiers Lewis Hamilton holds the lap record in twenty seven teen speaking of Lewis, Hamilton and friends here, the driver standings going into Singapore. Lewis on top with two fifty six that got to twenty-six Reichen in third with one sixty four followed by BOTAS with one fifty nine for staff got one thirty Danny Rick with one eighteen and we jumped down to.
FBI seeks motive after U.S. airline worker steals plane, crashes it
"More than twenty four hours after an airline ground workers stole a plane and crashed his motives are not known. Twenty nine year old Richard Russell took off Friday night from the, Seattle Tacoma airport and was seen performing maneuvers in the sky over the radio. Russell called himself a broken guy military jets trailed the plane before it crashed into an island correspondent Kris van cleave there's a report out air traffic controllers can be heard asking repeatedly for that, plane to identify its call sign to as they're trying to. Figure out why this plane, is just sort. Of ended up. On a runway but once, an airliner is on the runway with engines. Fired up you don't have, a whole lot of time to do something to stop it Brad Tilden as. CEO of Alaska Airlines partner of horizon air which ran the plane in terms of improvements that we might, make as a company as an as an industry to make this. Honestly to. Make this very safe industry. Even safer in. The future it's too
"purdy" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"With brian three one seven eight five to nine one five three the number to call now we were talking about things in retirement that are both inside and outside of our control you know another thing that's completely out of our control and planning for retirement brian is market volatility right and we've seen this a lot especially last month the market was so unpredictable one day we're talking about it being at an all time high the next were hearing that it's correcting so why don't we do how do we protect our strategy all that we've saved from the whims of the market we'll certainly one of the ways to avoid making an incorrect emotional decision when things like that happen as we have recently experienced with market selloff or volatility and bouncing around if you will be in purdy frothy is to make sure that you have an effectively and efficiently diversified strategy in place that you're utilizing financial instruments that provide some degree of principle protection and income protection along with growth and when we did our market caution workshop not too long ago we talked about how in the financial world there's this term and forgive me i'm gonna use this financial term but then i'm going to ask you to give me permission to explain it that it's called standard deviation and that is is what's the degree in simple terms of volatility that you have in your financial portfolio we can't control market volatility but guess what we can control our exposure to that market volatility so when you take the right approach and you have an appropriate amount of money allocated to principal protected income protected strategies along with the growth strategy the outcome is simply better and that's one of the discussion points that we have in the very first meeting with people just like you that come into her office is our investment philosophy about what can we do to control and measure if you will our exposure to that market volatility and we have some vivid examples of how doing that came create more growth on your portfolio and more income in retirement and i think that's what we're all after it really is what we're all after and you know brian is we're talking about that today there is a lot to consider right about determining what the market can do what could happen to our money if it doesn't go the way we want it.
"purdy" Discussed on Be Honest with Cari Champion
"The amazing fabulous amy purdy we've been talking back stage a lot about what this conversation would be about and we just knew right away that it was just going to be a conversation where we wanted to share many people don't know your story so let's talk about it at nineteen years old something happened to you and your life took a detour if you will walk us through that journey he has so i was nineteen i was healthy just like any other nineteen years old year old i was a snowboarder but i just did it for fun but i loved it i was so passionate about it and my idea was i was going to be a massage therapist i would travel the world so i'd have a way to pay for the snowboard addiction that i had and i live in all these different ski resorts and then suddenly one day my life changed forever when i contracted something called manindra cockle meningitis and we have no idea how i got it one in four people are carriers of it it's basically a bacteria very rare and deadly bacteria that i somehow contracted you know maybe somebody sneezed on me and that's how i got it but due to this little microscopic bacteria over the course of two and a half months i ended up losing my my kidney function i lost the hearing in my left ear i lost my spleen and then i ended up losing both of my legs below the knees to the septic shock that my body went into so you can imagine that my life changed like that just overnight so one day you're nineteen year massage they were biz the next the next now you're a w mvp and you're trying to live your life and be focused but you had something happen to you i believe a month before this all took place before you contracted the bacterial disease tell me what happened.
"purdy" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio
"The credibility of the justice department and the fbi right now on the one hand the trump russia investigation and then the on the other hand the handling of the clinton investigation any congressional oversight related to either one of these topics is not credible without also examining the other both cases who were active during last year's campaign both cases have been linked to the firing of the fbi director i've been trying to explain this to my democratic colleagues for months the political reality is that half of the country things that are law enforcement us which gave hillary clinton anna reads a pass these questions go to the heart of the integrity of our federal law enforcement and justice system they're not going to go away just because clinton lost the election the independent inspector general the justice department certainly is the neigbouring that issue democrats and republicans in congress have asked the inspector general to look into a host of issues involving the handling of the clinton investigation during the campaign his hard work has already uncovered some purdy disturbing information over the past week.