18 Burst results for "Rachel King"

"rachel king" Discussed on Tommyknockin: Skeleton Cruisin'

Tommyknockin: Skeleton Cruisin'

05:35 min | 3 weeks ago

"rachel king" Discussed on Tommyknockin: Skeleton Cruisin'

"Expecting it. So so first. Of all i salute. I salute her for her service. for the lgbtq i- population. I also am so delighted by the idea. That stephen king's daughter has an adrenalin deficiency. Like she had you so much of it as a kid living with living with Her her spooky scary dad now. The cheese and adult doesn't have enough reserves of adrenaline anymore. Like that's i know that's not medically accurate but that's exactly how i'm seeing it poor girl. No it's not scientifically accurate in. Please tell me rachel king if you are listening you're not. We are not happy that you have. You're not happy that you have deficiency but we're glad that there is a way for you to live your life happily i assume can we we send you we. We again support emotionally on this podcast from from this gestation relieving against the bricks and smelling the but. Let's not forget that we are. We are also now officially an adrenalin. Deficiency awareness podcast. But let's also talk about sweden maine where she's a business monkey. What do you think of business monkey as it was in quotes on the wiki but the link to explain sh is she in the mafia is is she is she in some and we just say like the cities that she has lived in plantation florida. And what was one of the main sweden like sweetens. The hot bunch of people named solvay. There i bet our friend here listening good job last night so in this book. Let's talk about our history with it. I guess sure let's keep talking about tabitha. I'm i'm sorry now you're good. There's nothing else about Naomi or tabitha both of their names. They are both good names. So let's get into our history of the book. Then what i've read this book twice before like full disclosure. I read it once in high school It had this really cool art deco cover which i might still have on my shelf for. Maybe i have the version that you gave me from burning couch. Did you have a copy of this book. I got one of your stephen king books with the coal cover when you moved bites and then. I reread it. When i was in..

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"rachel king" Discussed on Tommyknockin: Skeleton Cruisin'

Tommyknockin: Skeleton Cruisin'

02:51 min | 3 weeks ago

"rachel king" Discussed on Tommyknockin: Skeleton Cruisin'

"Is i guess our favorite recurring segment that we have done only two times three times before. Hey gary let's judge a book by its cover so shout out to the gold standard gary. You heard him on the wrap up episode of last season. Tim from sarasin. Hermes got us our books. One of the many ways that he sponsors us on this podcast. Charlie and i both have paperback covers from anchor books. It is a number one bestseller as it says in yellow. The yellow matches the flames coming out of an old farmhouse. that's burning down seemingly in the full moonlight and the rest of the book is black except for silver lettering. Stephen king salems lots and everyone should know of course. There is an apostrophe in front of salems because it's short for jerusalem's if you are listening and you are my grandmother. Yes i know that it's supposed to be selim's lot. We are not going to do that in this okay. We're going to call slot because it sounds cooler. That's what we're doing we're salems loader in we're not salems. Earning a phd in dicta phonics. Oh well i guess that's one listener that we lost your grandmother. I can't wait to see you at christmas allies. You said that the number one bestseller. What color did you say. That was in in yellow gold. If you will mine is absolutely just orange. Okay i mean like can you see that. It's still the same. Yeah it's still the same. I think it's the same color. We just describe it different when you describe it as yellow. I thought maybe there was some difference for the reader. My eyes which admittedly our older older is would say that this is maybe like a light. Persimmon color navy like some on the orange spectrum. I cannot see it. I cannot see yellow. Let's put a. Let's put a picture of this under social media and see what the gary's think. I am excited to jump into this book absolutely It is dedicated to naomi. rachel king who is Steven and tabitha's daughter. First time i've ever referred to him by his first name felt weird. Stephen king and tabitha king's daughter she would have been five years old. She she the one that became a priest. Yeah she has an lgbtq plus activist and she was a minister in plantation florida but due to an adrenalin deficiency has to only be part time. She also works for the pie tree. Orchards in sweden maine as a business monkey. According to the stephen king wicky show hang on she had an adrenalin. There's a lot there's a lot. We unpack dedication to this book..

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"rachel king" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

05:25 min | 3 weeks ago

"rachel king" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"Hurdles and then if chases what you want to do, you're chasing sooner rather than later. So if you do two, three seasons of war hurdles, they tend to jump flat. You know, on horses do get away with it and you do get horses or kids winning top class chases, but it's not. It's not ideal. And I'm also not a fan of switching up what's defense is halfway through a season, depending on how they get on. I think you'd probably come up short in the long walk. I'd like obviously a minute. You know, he's been an absolute fashion horse over the years, but he's just looking a little a little bit low what we've seen in the last year or two. Even taking his issues into consideration. So given his age and given the fact that he doesn't click on demand these days, he's probably got his work cut on, but I'd rather see him on a really good race and finish in the frame and the long walk and stay over hurdles than for him to finish 5th and then go chasing. Not like to see that. I agree with you. This isn't for me. You know, it is entirely up to connections. And I would never be in a situation where I say you must not do this. You pay, you pay the bills, you make the call. But personally, I prefer not to see him go chasing at his age because I don't think it's massively beneficial. I think he'd be I think obviously he'd be able to you could play some to win with the reference as well too much trouble as an office. And then you're not that far away from me to be able to run him in veterans chases. Qualify for veterans chances in January. Yeah. So you want to give them an easier time with things. That's a way of doing it. But the very fact that you can say that sentence, he could run in veterans chases in the spring. And he hasn't seen a fence is maybe a sign that that's probably not the ideal thing to do. Yeah, exactly. And look, it's not a 14 situation Williams raised eyebrows when he said that the punches sound first of all. I could chase them beforehand next year. Yeah. What? But he did and started. He started his career over fences that season. It's a different story. I completely agree with you, if you're going to start over hurdles, particularly run twice over hurdles, and then go, oh, let's go chasing. It's different if you start out over fences and do an about turn bouvier style and go actually maybe we're better off of our hurdles. That's it completely different topic. And it's a different thing because you're learning about the horse and going, you know, might be better to do this. This is a stairs hurdle champion. We're talking about. He's clearly not at that level, but it was interesting to hear both Aidan Coleman directly after the race. Andrew Campbell is an absolute gentleman and an absolute legend. And as you said, it's not for us to tell them what to do. But in terms of betting and backing the horse, this is the conversation that we can have. If Andrew decides, they want to go chasing. That's fine. But he was saying just how well the horse was working in the lead up to the race on Thursday. I was pundit and ruper bell was presenting I was presenting on Friday. He was my pundit with Declan Rick's casting, and we had Rachel king the Australian jockey. Sorry. The English jockey who's based in Australia now has a full blown Australian accent bidding for history when the Melbourne cup and beyond the second woman to do so. Oh, max dynamite. How you should have won. How you should perform the Mel Bronco. But I really don't like the idea of let's go for another hurdle race and then go chasing when he's gonna be ten in the new year. It's just not the way to do it. But Aidan Coleman was saying, look, maybe he'll improve from this race and we'll see what he does in the long walk. And I would love to see him come back, but I think you either stick with what you have or don't I think changing now would be a bit of a dilemma. I saw Ricky getting into it on social media. Given Harry skeleton, the what for? For example, on getting slammed by bulky Lee. And a number of trolls, you know who you are. And a number of others. I have to say that he was very confident about chambal without surname. And he I think at the time, you could get 5 to two, because I think at the time he was 5. And that was Friday. He's ended up going off two to one favorite for the race. And that in itself tells its own story because I would like to deal with will obviously give fusion ruthless full price. But I want to deal with the puzzle that is surname. So he's drifted in the bedding it's not the first time we've seen this, he drifted like a barge when he took on LTR and slammed them. He won this race last year when being vindication horse we've already talked about, but he's now been pulled up, pulled up, had wind surgery, offered 252 days, comes back for this. Pulled up. And while he was very bold and prominent early on, he has folded like a cheap texture. How worried would.

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"rachel king" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

06:45 min | 3 weeks ago

"rachel king" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"Doing there. We laid scare with him when I was presenting on talks for two on Friday, because I had the honor of chatting to Rachel king. British jockey, who now has a full blown Australian accent. And she bids to make history by becoming only the second woman to win the Melbourne cup. It's her first ever arrived in the race, and she's writing the racing in the Lloyd William colors. And she's an absolute rockstar. Such an issue. And she's primarily based in Sydney. And we talked about this in our Australian special and obviously Sydney have a very different policy to Melbourne. But just briefly before we get your insight into the race. How much pressure is there continuing on the Melbourne cup and the Lexus Melbourne cup? How much pressure is there continuing that you described so eloquently on the last episode of the show from politicians from celebrities and from the local guard shots? I think the entire VRC in the industry over there, the main result they want to want to marry this might, who may win the race, they just want every horse to come back safely. If something touch wood and let's say, it doesn't. If something was to happen tomorrow it would be catastrophic. It really would be. So there's a lot of pressure there, but little type. It's a race for a 24 runners go out 24 runners come home and hopefully not too many hard like stories as well. Well, you know what the sad thing about this is that the likes of people, they want that to happen. They're waiting. They're waiting for us to break down. They're just awful awful people. But as you said, hopefully, all the horses will come home safe and sound and you made a staggering point on the show the last time you were on the death rate in the Melbourne cup is 16, 16. Of the international runners. One in 16 over the last 7 years. One in 16 and as you said, if that was happening in the ark, imagine the pressure that we would be under. And it's not Australian horses who are breaking down. It's Europeans or ex Europeans who are breaking down. So it's a tough one. But look, it's a racer. I love the alarms already set. I'll be up to watch it on sky annoying you're not presenting it, but hey, I don't have control over that. But you can tell us who's going to win. Moody, I need you to set up like a moody on the mic final for a podcast crossover because this guy is an absolute hero. And DRCs. The Aussies have a horse who can stay middle distances that was bred in Australia and his train by an Australian. So he's incentivized is the red hot favorite and he's expecting a really, really big, big run. I say big Ron, he should just about win the race is the last quote that he has about him. This is very exciting. And Rachel king on talks about two is talking about that as well. But look, we've got a leading Sarah from Europe and Spanish mission, who pushed stradivarius all the way. We've got the defending champion Twilight payment. It was currently around about a 12 to one shot. We have the X 8 and O'Brien trained sirloin, who I can not believe when you and I were talking about this that I didn't back in with 50s. The best you can get now is 20s and he's 14s with the vast majority of people. And given the fact that Aidan had said, he's one to follow all season. I don't know why I didn't just back him blindly but anyway, there you go, you live to fight another day. The good news is that you're going to give us the winner. And I should point out that you wrote an article a couple of years ago two years ago where you gave not only the exact you're the one, two, three, four. Yeah, I had to give my 5 selections. So if you had a box and the whole 5 would have cost you a 120 quid or a $120 in Australia. And there's a big there's a big bet over there are very popular Bitcoin the first four. It's a tri class, but one more place. You've got to pick the one, two, three, four, and of course, between the 5 of them they run one two, three, four and paid 80 K so that was a pretty good result. We also had Twilight payment last year. I tipped him up at 33 to one. I think he went off at about 20 or 25 to one. 25. I want to be really, really boring this year. I'm sorry, but I'd love to love to plug one up at 33. And I was like, and so I reckon this is the horse to beat, but his favorite. He looks absolutely looks bulletproof. Actually, look, I suppose the thing you could say is he's never been over two miles. He's only been over a mile and a half on two occasions. He's won both of those. The other thing is, he's by Seamus award who was a cocked plate. And in these out of a sprinting man, some of these direct pedigree, you wouldn't go near him over two miles. But you've got to have a look at the run. She got to have a look at the caulfield cup when he did plenty of work. He said on the front end all the way and then he had the audacity to show her incredible turn of fuller change a gear and leaves them all standing still the wind by three and a half four legs. It just seems the further he goes, the better he gets. I'll tell you something about himself incentivized. Now I'm sure that you listeners would have heard of the great father who many people say this is just a great source ever to come from Australia, slash New Zealand. This horse is going to go off or is it my ability way the shortest promise? I thought the shortest price won the full stop was seen in the Melvin cup since far left in 1930. Now, when you think that the yolks went down there, Kingston town, who some people might not know the Kingston town was probably the best horse I've seen from Australia in my lifetime. It was time for him right at one 36, so he was up and around that sea the stars area. So you think we said at the same time, it's amazing. My empower as well, he was the highest rated stay in the world when he won the belton cup. This horse is actually going to go off a shorter price than all of them. Now, to be fair, I don't think it's a fairness renewal that's why a lot of people are saying, but there is plenty of dead wood here. So in this race, so it's understandable that he's going to be a bit shorter in this sort of renewal than what he would say in previous renewals. But the bottom line is this looks like being the shortest priced favorite. We've had in 90 years and the shortest price favorite we've had since the horse that many people say is the greatest source ever to come out of the southern hemisphere. That says an awful lot about incentivizing. Look, he's a gelding. So obviously the plan will be to come back again next year. But for those who are clearly making the very strong case from and to be fair, you made a very strong case from on your last appearance and the epic Joe Rogan length level of a podcast. That went down really well. And went down very well down under as well. So thank you to the Australian audience and thank you to everybody in the UK and Ireland. You said such kind words. And the listenership figures were unbelievable..

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"rachel king" Discussed on Bad On Paper

Bad On Paper

07:16 min | 2 months ago

"rachel king" Discussed on Bad On Paper

"She was based in new york and before launching bright lands. She spent ten years in tech venture capital and startups. Welcome thank you so much for having me. we're so glad you're here. I was saying before we started recording. I feel like you're in my home. And i think of you every day as i use my writing all of iowa or only just meeting to that you've known backup for longer. Yes but that is music to my ears. And i'm just so girls to to be a part of this this afternoon and and we're so excited to hear more about olive oil. I love anytime we get to talk about cooking on the show. I know yeah. I just think it's like a lovely little luxury. Where just such huge fans of what you're doing will so we introduced you but we would love to hear from you in your own words. Can you kind of walk us through your career trajectory from college until now yes I grew up in texas moved to new york. Finished up undergrad at nyu. I studied at galveston's full of individualized study. And the reason i bring that up is because you create your own major so i didn't realize it was very entrepreneurial but you're basically creating your own concentration or something that has never existed before and will never exist so again so there is something kind of rum. I don't think. I realize it at the time but i think maybe that there's some sort of check that lodges my brain but came to came to life when it came to bright one more than a decade later. But i graduated inside the the recession which was a lot of fun and was just kind of milling around like looking for looking for purpose. Honestly during such a ridiculous time i had worked at lori al for a bit and Kind of beauty and cpg. I think launched another chip in my ray but eventually i got a job at a syntax like a finance apology startup. And was there for years. I was doing. I focused on our communications government affairs. Basically what. I what. I worked on their Wet to a venture capital firm. Did the same thing. I moved to los angeles a few years ago to work at a another startup and Spent some time there and then ended up partnering with a friend of the podcast. Rachel king you know. I know she's your work wife. Becca for for another endeavor from com pod. rachel is my co-creator co-creator ram composite. And that's how i know ash. We have a mutual work wife in common. Yes i love that. So much She and i came together to create a communications consultancy that we worked on for for a few years. What led you to decide to start. Bright land show backtracking back. When i was still in new york. I come from a family of super passionate I love to cook myself. But in in new york i lived in a three hundred foot apartment and this was in my twenties so i was. I had a spreadsheet of six hundred restaurants and was just like bopping around for years and eventually started cooking more got into it and both my partner night kept noticing that we kept getting stomach aches every time we at at first we thought it was bread. We thought ottawa's cheese. We thought it was the spices we were using and we were eliminating went on elimination diet. Cutting things out and eventually a friend of ours said you. We should look in the cooking. Oil we had never given it a second thought. And you know you just heard my background. I did not come comfort. Food the industry by any means but started doing slight googling. I was using oil sides. Bad olive oil does alwaleed. Even go at united knew that and what i found out was that a it absolutely does which we can talk about later but be there is a massive amount of Sort of fraud and deception. Awhile is the world's most fraudulent food. Basically there is a tremendous amount of adulteration happening. Which means that an. It's happening at a global level. Adulteration means that always being blended with palm oil or canola oil on a very regular basis was a ton of mislabeling happening. Which means that you know. It says extra-virgin but actually is really old rancid oil. There's a massive rid city issue. And as i started reading about this at the end of the day if the oil isn't quality good quality fresh. You're not getting any of the health benefits you think you are and you're actually getting michael. Toxins in any case. The whole thing was disgusting. I was floored. And i had this like weird obsession with wanting to read more and more so i kept doing not and once i moved to california i started visiting all farms here in the state. And that's where when. I started talking to the olive farmers. I i was so shocked at the beautiful fresh olive oil that i was tasting. I'd never hats fresh olive oil before. And then secondly. I was so excited that it was happening. Right here in california and was like you know what i think. There's something here You know to be totally honest again. Since i didn't have the Chef background i was thinking. Oh maybe i'll create like a certification. Or maybe i'll like. I had all these other kind of bizarre funding ideas and it wasn't until i really sat down and bought a lot about just what it would mean to build something tangible tactile that i said you know what i think. There's there's something that we can create here that's real. This is so interesting so educate me a little more. So if i go to you know just like your regular run-of-the-mill grocery store where most of the olive oil on the shelves produce because your produced in domestically and in california. I don't know. I'm given to believe by the brand names that most of them are produced in italy. But now i'm pretty sure that's not true. Yeah it's interesting. There is a lot of like. I said like mislabeling in labeling dissection happening so it might say you know product of italy but then when you look on the back. It'll stay blended from croatia turkey italy so i think the most common thing that happens. Is these forms that may be producing amazing olive oil. That are in europe and Other parts of the world they may ultimately all send their oil to these mass big bulk companies. Blend everything together that way they can make the prices come down a time and then they then package it up and sell it to americans and the eu regulations versus the american of the fda regulations around the quality of olive. Oil is completely different to..

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"rachel king" Discussed on Nightline

Nightline

06:11 min | 3 months ago

"rachel king" Discussed on Nightline

"Instead of taking a hit during the pandemic one business owner in san diego thrived the key to her success. Here's abc's cannon wentworth with another look at this sweet success story. Here's one of my brownies. We are making today at that. Oh that smells like heaven. Rachel king has been whipping up gourmet confections that some of san diego's top restaurants for over a decade but after leaving her job as a pastry chef behind to start her own business. This thirty seven year. Old mother of two is now creating sweet trees with the special ingredient liquid cannabis. I love our guava. Tamarind jellies Those are cbd anti-age salt. One of those. I love are salted toffee blonde as well. So it's you know depends on and you have somebody that's doing taste testing. I mean i mean to me. That's not a word position that feral she launched her company cana. Six years ago soon after medical marijuana became legal in california then when pot was legal for recreational use can expand it. I really didn't have any experience. Baking with cannabis at all but my partners had a lot of knowledge so they came with the business sense the cannabis experience and then i brought the baking piece to the table with products like cannabis infused butter cookies chocolate. Candies with pistachios or triple chocolate brownies. It's no surprise. Her business is booming in the last couple years. Edible sales around five or six percents of total cannabis sales in two thousand twenty. That was up to ten percent. Edibles are really easy. Entry point for the industry to grow their consumer base eighteen states in washington. Dc currently allow cannabis to be sold for recreational consumption into our latest products. That are the truffle bars. And i'm obsessed with us you're obsess. Yes while many of us were in cova. Nineteen lockdown california's cannabis industry was classified as essential to be considered. An essential worker. Was an interesting feeling to say the least rachel's factory ramping up. Production with demand increasing more than twenty percent throughout twenty twenty. I think that people are dabbling. More you know. They didn't have to go to work every day. So they figured. Well i'll try this sales of cannabis. Edibles rose even more nationwide with an estimated forty five percent increase in twenty twenty. We started with five employees. Now we have about fifty employees. What are the pandemic really done for your business. Would you say. I mean we've definitely thrived during this period described to me what these new marijuana users are like. I mean they could be you or me and it could be young moms. It could be grandma's or grandpa's new consumers like edibles for a number it's discreet edibles in eagle markets. Have very specific dosage information. So let's say it's two point five milligrams or five milligrams of thc the active ingredient. You know exactly what you're going to get back but you may not feel it right away. The effects of some edibles can take up to two hours. What does it mean for you when all of a sudden you find yourself deemed an essential business but restaurants all around. You are closing down. I had a little bit of survivor's guilt because i see chefs that i work with Cooks that i've worked with and their home without a job. You're giving them a lifeline. I mean they gave me a lifeline to write because they had skills and nine hundred people. One of those new hires cameron jacob a twenty year hospitality worker. who lost her job in the pandemic. she's now cana sales director. Can you tell me about what you've seen. From a sales perspective a feel like the majority of people i talked to my friends and family is the common theme you know. They may not have ever felt comfortable saying they smoke a joint at a function but to say like oh. I tried one year edibles. It really helped me sleep. We hold ourselves to the highest standards. But we're also held to the highest standards to comply with state law. Every batch of cannabis edibles are sent to a nearby lab for testing edibles and any kind of his product tested very quickly in california in particular cannabis products. Xp tracked what they call from seed to sale so even if the edible isn't a gummy form it's a cherry flavor gelatin cube or whatever it may be. The regulator is the can't cannabis control board. Should know exactly what seed produced the. Thc that was used to produce that gummy. So this is a scientific scale. It'll measure up to the thousandth of a gram think. Rozan is in charge of compliance. Making sure the precise amount of cannabis goes into every batch of edibles originally started with this company. I was a driver. Just kind of wanted to get my foot in the cannabis doors so to speak and kind of worked my way up the ladder. Since then i've been with Cannock almost five years now has working here changed. How you consume cannabis at all. I consume cannabis much less now. Do the chocolate should confuse on friday. The state law prohibits rachel from selling her edibles directly to her customers instead. She's required to sell them only at licensed dispensaries like this one. In west hollywood held the artists treat for anyone aged twenty one and up can walk in and do some shopping with more and more states legalizing recreational marijuana. Rachel is dreaming big. And so what does the future hold for you. We are soon to be opening up in arizona. So that's exciting. Very close to us. And ultimately i mean i'd love to be in every state you ever see yourself having a bakery where someone can come in and sit down and a brownie right there. I used to get to serve people desserts and see their reactions..

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"rachel king" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:37 min | 5 months ago

"rachel king" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"They're not getting enough. Yeah, all kinds of stuff. They shut it down. Shut it down. Give us our money back. That's it for this week in Florida and Becky ng it up like that. I like that. Thank you. See laying that we are back in just a moment. Stay right there. You're listening to the news Junkie Weekend edition. News, traffic and weather. Tampa Bay's news radio W F L A search crews at the Surfside collapse. I found more bodies overnight. There are now 86 confirmed dead and 43 people are potentially unaccounted for. Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport has evacuated terminals two and three this morning for what they're calling a security investigation. Haiti's interim Prime minister Claude Joseph confirms that request for US assistance following the assassination of their president, press secretary. Jen Psaki. Strengthening Haiti's law enforcement capacity is a key U. S priority was before the assassination of a few days ago continues to be to Haitian Americans who live in South Florida have been arrested for the murder of President Juvenal Moyes. Flock Fest The LGBTQ friendly Beach bash fundraiser is back for its seventh year. The Swan Floats soiree goes until four at Fort Lauderdale Beach Park with Florida's news. I'm Kimba Taylor. The photos are long shopping center. Traffic is mostly swim around the Tampa area highways as we get further into the morning, Rachel King accent right now sat them long standing by reporting Symphony Center Boulevard that exits over the lunch shoulder at this point traffic anybody without too much issue, but it's still very slow. Poach as body gives up a lot much time heading south and 1 75. We're also looking some delays right now. What's.

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"rachel king" Discussed on KSR

KSR

06:54 min | 5 months ago

"rachel king" Discussed on KSR

"Lemon chan the dude here. Chaos bar and grill. Come on and have lunch. Expect going to have a great day here today with the state baseball's today i think so. Yeah danville and lafayette is like tonight. Like seven thirty or something. Where where are those games. They're playing out at the ballpark. I think aren't they the legend stadium or is it you. I don't know well wherever it is telling me. i may go to a game. It's a good day to sit out in the sun. Watch a little baseball. i'd love it. Go watch today's a perfect day for it. So where is it. I gotta check i dunno. Will you find that. It's always been whitaker bank ballpark but now i'm not sure it's still there. I'm not sure if they moved to the uk as whitaker bank. I'm going to eat lunch and go and see whoever's play I talk about that. Olympic swimmer down. Since i remember the man who just told me he wasn't wearing the underwear he started talking hiked his leg up on the chair. Yeah which as you could think might have had things happen rachel king ker. She's from creek. She swims for cow. And she's going to make the olympic swimming team. Well congratulations yes. Rachel kiecker and somebody just told me that a girl. I went to college with that. Her has a daughter who almost made the olympics barely. We haven't even had the olympic trials yet. I don't know what. I think they're swimming that going on now. I thought the ncaa tournament was going on. Maybe that's what's going on now. I don't know who knows all right. So i this is what i'm told i don't i don't have any reason to think this isn't true. That bashir could pass an executive order. Which would go into effect in stay into effect until january and then the legislature could either codify make it into law or strike it down but that he could do something that potential to get us to january. If that's true. You know if i wanted to the pastor's i'm saying to it. Yeah aren't you. And i would wait as long as possible thirtieth june thirtieth at the last minute on the savior. This is what we're gonna do to save help kentucky university of louisville and ekg everybody'll say that gives me a little more optimism. Because what i was trying to think is all of these bodies congress than ncaa the kentucky state legislature. They all move so slow. How in the world can happen two weeks. Here's something that could be done in one day right and i will tell you he will be celebrated their. He's if that's possible he'll have to do. Even the people have been mad at cow. You don't think. Count chris mac and those guys mark stoops are going to be like going. Hey governor at a boy. Yeah so i think. That's you know if i'm the kentucky legislature republicans. Shame on you for giving him the chance to given him a chance to have a huge spotlight. Yeah that was a mistake probably. Yeah let's see if he does it. I wanna make sure that's true. I'm surprised that's the law in kentucky. Maybe i shouldn't be but i'm surprised that if the legislature is not in session the governor could just make law. I didn't know that was true. Also does seem like that should be true. Everything the more learn about kentucky laws the more on like what what are we doing. You can't have an ice cream in your back pocket. I mean what's that law about. I don't understand. let's go over some new stuff here. First of all the somerset scramble goes on sale today. Oh it does so. I will announce how to do that towards the end of the show. So if you have a team that would like to play in somerset. Of course the lexington scramble is this afternoon or friday and that sold out the louisville scramble goes on sale a few weeks. But if you'd like to play somerset which is always fun because it's a little more intimate You know we don't have quite as many teams so we ended up having a lot more town with everybody. If you want to do that we will. We will tell you how in just a little bit let's go for some new stuff. First of all the powell county t-ball fight all yeah has gone national. And i'm gonna tell you. I think we deserve credit for that or blamed depending on how you look at it because nobody was talking about it until we did and the story we put on. Facebook went everywhere. Did it. it was one of our most read story. Yesterday it's gonna be our most read story today. It's it's the story and then. Cbs news picked it up last. But i mean it's it's the reason they pick it up is it's ridiculous. It is totally ridiculous. A bunch of grown people losing their minds. And so it's ridiculous and not surprise there there. I've seen two different videos. Is that all. that's out there. I've only seen to that show a lot. Yes one looks like. It's the beginning of the fight dude. Ritzy shirt off. Which by the way is such a mountain thing. Yes it is. At the moment the fight starts the shirt goes goes off. I mean that's like business shirts off and my favorite part about the second video clip where it seems to be kind of at the end of it. The the mom is screaming. You know this is for the kids. Be you know where this triple what you're doing in front of the kids and she's like where's my blinken. Kid that's my favorite part. I think that's the woman taking the video. The woman taking videos to take the video is screaming at the people. Go and this is for the kids for the kids. Where's my bleeping. Kids that to me is awesome. I think that's really really funny. Yeah i mean so. They've canceled the t-ball ball tournament. Cancel the tournament. They've also said that starting next year they're not keeping score let. I didn't think they did keep score and t-ball telling you can score is there's a lot of places that don't we all know. I think there's a lot of places now that don't keep scrolling t-ball for this probably for the but think about this. They're going to stop keeping score because the parents can't stay under the kids can't the because the parents came and that's always been the worst part has been in the younger ages. That like it. Ain't you we exaggerate a little bit by performances. I i'll say something wants. But i don't cuss and i'm not gonna threaten to fight somebody you don't think there's any scenario. You would get defied at one of negative. No way that i mean. It's not like seen in. It's a rooster. Sparkling rod on preston tried to run me over telling me if another parent went out there. Ryan wouldn't be following with his shirt off if that kid apparent would after my kid i guarantee i'd be out there on him would be went after your kid. I don't think that's going to happen but if a went after your kid. I've been where parents have jumped over the fence and went on the field deal on an official or something jumped the fence. Yep wow so. If you're so the so the stanton parks department put out a statement that.

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"rachel king" Discussed on Three Wide No Cover

Three Wide No Cover

03:38 min | 5 months ago

"rachel king" Discussed on Three Wide No Cover

"Held up to one. Hundred mailers and sprinted over the top that it got exposed to a bit you beckon these horses that need to be cuddled up to that year. Hundred eight amok. It'd be very not really betting propositions. But think about rachel king against craig williams in the last fifteen. May i think i did that. I might strengthen the jockey make a difference. I think craig williams is an aunt standing junkie and a list eight throw as you meant. Use eight or what to me. He goes they throw them over the line and they actually do and we talk about this a lot. A lot of people don't give jockeys the credit they deserve. Good jockeys are for raising yorkies. Die get who's to as we call it go. They get them to go and i think he did that. We especially over the last hundred meters with tiffany. She did nothing wrong on fico when she wrote an absolute trade but her strengthens of raw her balance. In the soft hand i get. She gets it to relax her strength. Easing in a driving. Finish against craig. Williams. one is a no. It's not and i will say though if one is on the back of tiffany. I don't think the results as you say evaluation needs to be cuddled up and it gets that split. Lighten can accelerate i. She couldn't have written it any better. She couldn't she do. She did a great job and she has one group ones before. She's she's a good solid jockey. She's not in the class of jamie carbon. she's a good jockey. Yep let's get to the last going to talk about this rice a little bit. Because i think it's important because it gets the last group one of the rising seas and touched. We talk on that in weeks time. Half a second and so i'd standard. Tom twenty three three to eleven thousand. Six zip time last four hundred two hundred very good. What do you want to take out of the rice. Obviously the not is brooklyn hassle. Who comes more or less looked like a travel. Either to be honest craig. Williams i wanna bay and this is a horse. Have you've mentioned plenty of talent. It needs a soft tempo this based because it's got such a great turn of foot you don't wanna nfl. ron rise. because i'm telling you it doesn't produce. It's based slowly run rice. She comes home fast. She got the results can win. A tutsi are she. She can't what are your again. I think probably came. But i don't think there's much between all are always worried. Johnny car going off his horse she got it go last start but as on ancient instead of the show craig. Williams is not far off that jay. Mac jake is solely level of jockey who can get horses to do writings. They haven't done. Before what i want to take it. Okay was off. I think the white book because it was off two months draws terribly woj little carries fifty kilos carries the full penalty for a three or out guys to test tiara to for drive. Carry fifty five and a half. This is the older man's we'll fifty seven. Think it's going to be really well placed. There's one caveat on giants mcdonnell. Just stay on it. Josh donaldson we can win. The rice giants don't goes off. And it's not jimmy. Carter going on and it's not creams going on i'm wired about okay. Cape coveted by from on a stock on the in saw as we talked about garibaldi could say decelerating accelerated just stuck in their own pilot grant funding along. If you can get watergate think this new zealand may has got some ability. She shied with a groupon pricing last time in new zealand trout. Well before this rise are think given hell even if she can get the raw ron shaking win attached to our as well. That's really good for the is because after these rice containment will oversee was clearly well fan and ends up putting second or third in the market market trends towards it containing by was actually push get that runners any. That's right right in the day test era. Benny signed container by. She ran second behind each site. She's a really good man. She are on with odium. We'll be back after the break..

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"rachel king" Discussed on Three Wide No Cover

Three Wide No Cover

05:27 min | 6 months ago

"rachel king" Discussed on Three Wide No Cover

"They're all going to be trying to jockeying for position and it's going to be plenty horses like seven two weeks l. From widish guy. It goes forward side plenty of spain. I think for the five. Vegas actually drew really. Well just wanna start on. Mr quickey was probably the best horse in the rice is only going to carry fifty six and a half kilos. Which it's the holiest white but in essence. I think this is not a real knock. You get giants mcdonald in the settle here. He is getting bathing boy. Bond now this was a very slowly ron rice. He bone was adding front and was out. Kiko hawaii misty quickey. We know what he's ability. He's fresh he's got a really good record. Fresh homeless they can tell them. Don't be surprised to these. Cities always be heavily backed. Just touching on sightsee bonas get forty one fifty one. That's too big amount at twenty six thirty one dollars You can have a little bit of sneaky play on on with the five vigo and i really liked the barry. If these it's a horse doesn't wanna say. Open air to willie. So roy lock and i think this is the roy gave for it now right joking obviously replaces jamie kaz and market martin opium heavily invested into. It would be if jimmy cars in the settled. But i still think there's no real knock with rachel king on it. It ran forth in this race last year with a similar. Why doesn't get the penalty for winning the group one loss dot sits really well up it actually is one stop before side. There's no knock. There was a pretty soft win. Loss dot gets chandler horse. Just wanna throw in the mix. Nick and i ran seventy dollars support for it again. Hosue up here. It's ready to take coin. China are expected to run really well. It's an avon rice as it should be stroke every year. Plenty of chances it's a handicap. You get those awesome. Dan and the white that the market trends towards about on with ligon seems to have the raw form on. I think it's gonna lock but if it gets it. That ten of foods pretty blistering. Absolutely joel's we'll have a little bit a couple more replies. Evil you folks. And i think the harav ian is the next reply. We'll get up for you. This is a whole had team. In the orange. Keller's this is the old. Stop all rushing. Camelot mogadishu just past the mall in inclement conditions. Bohai math on the fence sticking on. This is a bribe around from him. He's a serious racehorse seven year old. And i just love the wise bain trekking into this rice and he won seven in a row. Las preparation debating economic at the end of that really good run of form. And he's run loss dot. He was back and he was the warmest runner and he got pushed out on the bend. And i thought it was just as just as good as anything in the rice and to planet authorities. Run was better than wall planet and planet storm time. And he's been well found here and we'll have a look at wall planet now as well. So how rivals. One of the horses. All one apply but this is planet when he's just taken through his glasses. This is the moon get stikes. I've a four hundred meters able to take a seat. Get out of the top amoros eve finish on in front of movado. And he's improved so much since they know main he's had these last four he's last five wins and four of them bena afford eight hundred hillside fund style wherever thirty eight hundred so he's improved gyn and we saw what he did last dot. He just gets a beautiful run. He likes to sit back. Guide fifteen three date with a little bit of cover. It'd be charging on light but there's not that much between them all in this race so on superman in this rice as well so they arrive in. I'm superman one. While on superman i love these. I i have a fifteen hundred maters. That went fast. A set and set about two links off the sick and and then he kicked off that really debt. Well they went to slow the old age. Dykes the rice type of food. I noted maters they last dot so he drops to a beautiful wife from guide tree. Kerrin mcevoy fifty. five fifty. Four kilos hakin absorb that spayed. You gotta patch each ice three year old emerald kingdom seven to excel sits beautiful. He's droll allow him superman. You just kind of get a beautiful running the rice. Let's get into rice number no on the last to top one to sweet dish. Five at five seventeen abide seven dollars. Fifty five stays in the brooklyn hostage agency on a non fifty tain eleven for exhilarates. Laura twelve taffer. Is madame rouge. Seventeen into four. Really been ruben. Sierra sue twenty-six incredulous. Join t. one. Well bick and forty one. Dan to nikonov one hundred and one hundred interesting rice. He because obviously these horses probably all in the path. The two weeks into the test here are got to work out whether these horses again to be. Maybe just having one to completely top them. Full that rice. So you got to look at ways. Sort of these horses setup walled weeks and i think rose forward giselle goes forward three hundred and then i said all find their spawn of that audience. Terribly guide. Sixteen think it probably has to go back to loss is a horse that won the thousand guineas as a three year old and then came in after that and then Second in the empire. Is i think because against the automated. So she's a very good mayor or very good philly on her die here she could take a spot. I four or five. That was an advantage of a ciaran food and she was danny guide. Sixteen fifty six dies. Jamie mcintyre settle expected to go back pro away from that guy. Mike a little bit tricky. I think the market will probably against a but she won't be ready to rock and roll for the test airing two weeks. I want to find a horse. I just perfectly placed in this rice and the horse for my sweet deal. It was really well supported loss. I started to go back negative neutral from the gate loss dot which beat surprising to me. I think again he get four or five. Natural sits in the first four or five sets up really well. I think sweet deal can win this race on saturday to best holes in the rice that i can trust the.

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"rachel king" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

07:13 min | 7 months ago

"rachel king" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"Landed on on this. And i couldn't be happier so i'm glad you did. I ask that question knowing that what my experience has been exactly the same. Your wife told me. I'd never seen this part of the of you before. And and she's cheap. Forbid me to ever go back and take another job again. She's in the. You're a whole different person now. So my question was going to be as your wife. has. She commented that you're a different person. Since you've found this purpose for your life. And i think it's a common thing So and that's really why i started. The show originally was a because of an incident. I had where a guy i was selling. I was buying an amplifier from a guy off of craigslist and He he gave me the story about you know he. He told me. I was living a dream and i laughed in his face Not to be rude. But i i just like you don't know my life and he stopped me said listen. I always wanted to play in a band. But i f sixty nine years old. I'm retiring. I'm telling you my amplify it means i'm never gonna play in a band and i thought my thought at that time is low will wanna play in a band. You know you sickly. you're retiring. he has the best. I think the point is you know. Retirement is nice but you gotta still do something with your life or else you just going to waste away. You have to have some kind of purpose beyond when when when you give up the corporate or the cubicle or where wherever you were you have to fill that void with new purpose and if it is a purpose that gives gives your life. Meaning all the more better. It's going to drive you. Keep you young longer and keep you healthy along and keep you going and something to strive for a reason to get out of bed every day. I would definitely agree about the same time. I started writing. I was talking to my father. Who's who since passed. But he passed away when in his mid eighties. And i was at home with him talking. About how you know what's going on and of any regrets from your wife. And he paused a thought for for just a second and he said you know. I wish i had gone to new york so he grew up in. He grew up in new york for loud. But he relocated down to alabama where i grew up and He loved to play the clarinet and he played throughout high school. He was first chair. The university was a really fabulous clarinetist and he dreamed of going to juilliard and And that was going to be his career. He wanted to be a clarinetist and below behold you know his father owned a store and he got the call to come back and and working store in many in a family that he to support in he never went back. I remember you know some of the sweetest times as a child when he was playing the clarinet in the house but he never got out of the house to play a band or symphony or anything like that and you know so when i asked him that at eighty five hundred and taking long say you know i. I wish i had fly back because i never know you know here. He is you know. Pass away never knowing if he could have made it. And i thought that was really impactful. And he did some fabulous things in his life and he was a great father. But i felt like you know what. I don't wanna be sitting there in my eighties feeling like i didn't i would. I wanted to try and especially as an introvert. Some of those things are difficult right It's a lot easier for me to stay inside closer to war. Read a can turn on the tv and do nothing. But you know what i'm jay. I'll have a lot of regrets if i do that. And so i think you know introvert extrovert. It's never too late to pick up fat amplifier. And it's never too late to to to do things that are on our list Rather than we're brenham when you're close to the end right have you Had the rewarding experience of somebody coming to you Writing to your contact you saying. Thank you for writing the book eight. It's changed my life and help me. Well that's very nice truly them. You know that's what makes a difference. And that's that's what really drives me to Do what. I'm doing right. So i wish that i had somebody that might have nudged me a little bit when i was younger and said hey you know think about this a little bit and maybe what changed my life. Not that. I've had a bad life. But i could have done without a few scars along the way i think all of us could net. You know finding that out and helping him grow. People is is a very noble thing. It's like these are the struggles. I went through liza with you for your and if it can make your ride a little easier. I think that's a really noble thing to do. So thank you for. That book is called in search of courage and introvert stories. By steve friedman. It's available at the on. Introversion dot com the lincoln description People will give it a chance. And especially if you're an integrate. Why not give it a chance. I'm looking forward to taking the quiz on the site. I just found out about them but briefly before this this show. But i did not have time to take them before. But i'm looking forward to seeing what my results are. Steve thank you for this time. I wish you great great success and when the next book comes out when you're ready to publish it please do come back and let's let us help you promote it when it's when you're ready to bring it to market. Thanks not is slowly will appreciate so. I appreciate talking appreciate your time. He applegate night and by for now will Steve famous folks are doubled on the button. Put him in and out in and out Good stuff there and interesting stuff. And i think it's a you know a great pursuit and to be able to kind of have some kind of legacy in leapt place. That's what it's all about man Adding to adding something positive to the world rather just sitting here taking so hats off to him. Even though i'm not wearing a hat hats off to him and Good for him. And i got to know him guy in a and check out his website. Look now Tomorrow rachel king will be with another author Meet the author at that's at one pm. Rachel cling. I'm sorry and her. Authorship is about Akito and how akito has Changed her life and giving her almost I wanna say sense of religion piece. Whatever it is faith Whatever you wanna call. It helped with her. Well being mentally physically and spiritually. Let's put it that way. Rachel cling We're gonna be talking about akito her life as an akito master and then tomorrow night at eight pm. The big five hundred diversity. Five hundred episode show and not an anniversary anniversaries every year. We haven't been here for five hundred years folks but five hundred episodes.

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"rachel king" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

01:40 min | 7 months ago

"rachel king" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"To go. We have Larry Martin on our birthday list. Frank Allison, Taylor Carter, Gayle Bishop, Rachel King and Bruce Garrett. Also celebrating birthdays for today, So who's going to check out the great food in El Potro? The answer to that question is Larry Martin. Congratulations, Larry. And thanks for celebrating with North Georgia's new song, Wdun. Other folks we're celebrating today include Jerry Seinfeld. Very 67. Really. I thought I was young in that line. Jerry 67 years old today and was 17 years ago on this date at the National World War two Memorial Open in Washington D. C. If you have not seen that you need to It is absolutely fabulous. Wdun Times 7 29 2020. You'll be remembered for a lot of things. But a tower Brothers will long be remembered As the year More homeowners took control of their yards. Many Atlanta and North Georgia. Homeowners turned a cub Cadet Walk behind Mowers, XT Enduro series long tractors and Ultima Siri zero turn mowers, and they turn to Howard Brothers for the local cub cadet dealer Support with Cub Cadet and Howard Brothers. Your yard could be the envy of the neighborhood Cub Cadet is sold it all how our brothers locations now Perretta, Athens, Dorval, Duluth and Oakwood. The grass is always greener when you take care of it with Howard Brothers and Cub Cadet Wdun, Gainesville, W Do you in FM Parksville Gainesville It's 7 30. Shoes a million move. President Biden makes it push for a sweeping economic planning his first joint address telling Congress come to talk about crisis. An opportunity, making the case that investments are needed to move ahead. He's urging.

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"rachel king" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

07:04 min | 11 months ago

"rachel king" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Everybody got gave him love. And they and the painting on Jason and Alexis in the morning on this Monday, January 18th 2021 of Jason Map listen along with Alexis Thompson, Don McLean and Kenny. Thank you so much. You have a lot. You'll have a lot of choices. Now you couldn't watch Romper room. Um, hate to remember Stompers Ana. You could watch 9.5 weeks with Mickey Rourke. When he looked like Mickey Rourke hot movie. It is. Um, you could watch Dukes of Hazzard re runs. Um, you could listen to Kathy words. Er, but you choose you choose. You chose us. There's an Indiana education coming up. You You chose us. It's used it. You choosed it in Missouri and Indiana. That's how we were taught to speak, right? Don, That's right. That's how himself That's right is Lewis Black said We were we didn't have microscopes. They did showed us pictures of microscopes in science class. That's Yeah. One day. You might look one day. That's right. That's right. Anyway. First for joining you luck. Thank you. That's right. That's right. Elmer Fudd. Thanks for being here Tiger Woods, the second part of the HBO sports documentary aired last night, and this was if I may say so as the juicy part. This was the juice A because this is, um let's be real. This is what you wanted to get to, sadly because as they point out in the documentary is one of the It was one of the more revelatory moments where it reflected back on society, and it's right. We as a culture we love, elevating figures and we also there's something in us that we love watching the destruction of those figures. Um, It's the crab bucket theory, which I had never heard that where you know it was great. Yeah, explaining that. Yeah, we're a crab will try to crawl out of a of a bucket, but another crab will grab his legs and pull him back down. And that's that was kind of the overarching theme of this finale. It picked up right as Tigers Tigers world was starting to spiral with the following the death of his father, Earl. Lex. What did you What did you get your takeaways from? Part two of this. My biggest was the year 2009. That was the year that Tiger kept winning everything. And I just remember how just smoking hot He was all aspects of it. You know, you just seem like the best family guy and he's winning all of the tournaments he's entering and What a life! What amazing hero when he's changing the face of Gulf and he was, we definitely put him on that pedestal. I mean, otherwise, think about this. Would we have ever really been that interested in golf? And I'm talking worldwide bra like broad appeal. He really helped with that, Hmm. And at the same time that year, his personal life he was living this double life. That's when he started dating Rachel, you could tell. He invited her to the Australian Masters, and she came at that point. That's when the National Enquirer had been kind of looking at him after another incident, But maybe a year before with the a waitress that he had unfair with, but they couldn't quite Prove that because the pictures were too blurry. Rachel Kings at a Perkins went to a church. There was some details of that story that I thought, Oh, my word in terms of taking evidence. On and, um, anyway, That was the year where really kind of blew up. And there was Rachel. You could tell. She's in this documentary, talking about how she loved him and how she felt so different. He could really open up to her. Turns out she wasn't alone. He had all the other mistresses who felt that emotional connection to him and that ultimately was his demise because they all felt really special. By him. And then she also talks about that conversation that he she had with Ellen, his wife and basically denying everything. And then later getting in the text messages and knowing Nope. You lied to me. You really feel for Ellen. Her world was just rocked. And that people thought that she was a gold digger. I don't believe that. No, no, I didn't believe it at the time, and I didn't even know that was a A line in the coverage will Why? Why should I be surprised nowadays? But no, I didn't. I didn't think that at all. Not at all. I just felt nothing but But empathy for is just crazy that you can have such the best year professionally. And behind the scenes. All the stuff is breaking down and in the whole Navy seal thing. I forgot that he had Started to do some of that training. It was his deep desire me. This all goes back to little Tiger woods and trying to impress his father and be like his dad. And you know that first part of this documentary Tiger. We see that his dad was Not faithful to his mom and he let Tiger in on all the secrets. He knew all about. It had to keep it a secret and then mirroring that in his own adult life, trying to make his way and figure out what was going on. You know, for a parent to really Teach the Focus on Gulf. He didn't teach him a lot of other lessons, adult lessons that he kind of had to wait through himself. Yeah. Those are my biggest. How about you, Jase? One of the things that really stuck out to me was toward the end of the documentary and look Dido on everything you said about Tiger Woods didn't want all of that. But one of the things that just got me. Angry and then I'm glad that Bryant Gumbel got angry. S so you, You watch you watch his downfall and and you. You see his struggle and you're not. You're not. You're not excuse. I'm trying to describe how I was feeling. You're not excusing it. It's not like you're going 00. Woe is me. Poor Tiger. It's not that But you do kind of you. You can see the line. You can see the narrative line and close people close to him have said that like yeah, he's he's going to become Earl. And you see it happen. Um And then there is.

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"rachel king" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

08:14 min | 2 years ago

"rachel king" Discussed on KCRW

"Slick ended up voting for the bill but he did not seek reelection Tarango joins me now he recently wrote a profile of the park and for the New York times hi hi there thank you for having me thanks for coming in well so tell us more about who he was before he got sick. yeah I already was the the way I described it was a very sort of energetic but somewhat anonymous foot soldier in the progressive movement he was an activist in a number of issues immigrant rights mass incarceration trying to reform the the federal reserve you wanted to be a lawyer from a young age and after reading it to kill a mockingbird he's he said I'm going to be a lawyer in the name of social justice and he went to law school he was clicking I believe it was the summer of two thousand twelve occupy Wall Street he was looking for a federal judge in New York at the time and he was sort of drawn to occupy Wall Street in lower Manhattan and and I think from there he decided he'd go into activism full time and this is a guy who grew up with privilege right and he went to Columbia and then Yale Law School and felt really conflicted about that the fact that he had so much given to him yeah he grew up the son of Israeli immigrants who were history professors and he grew up in California in Claremont in Pasadena and so you know solidly middle class intellectuals sort of family upbringing he was always he says very aware of like white privilege and always felt discomfort with that and so I think that's what's driven a lot of his his politics and his activism over the years and then he is diagnosed three years ago with a alas and she's very young to be diagnosed thirty two when he was diagnosed the average age at diagnosis is fifty five now. and so how does that change his approach to his activism. I think you he was diagnosed in October two thousand sixteen and it's really powerful the way described in the book it came right at this what he calls this fairy tale period this very brief fairy tale period of his life they just had a baby they had moved to Santa Barbara his his work was flourishing his wife Rachel king's job as an English professor at UC Santa Barbara was was a flourishing as well and then of course he suddenly diagnosed and my book you mean his new memoir called eyes to the wind it was just published right yes it was out a couple weeks ago. and I think you know once he went through the initial anger despair all of that I think he made a real decision that I'm gonna can he's going to continue the work he's doing and it was the moment on the plane with Jeff flake and and this the have that video went viral that sort of gave him the realization that he could go even more with the activism and uses personal story almost as a platform and I think it's driven almost as much you know he wants to leave a legacy for his son who may not. you know he he may not see him grow up. although Stephen Hawking lived for decades with fail us so it's possible he could serve absolutely possible he the day after I met with him last week he had the tracheotomy in and got the breathing tube in that my understanding is went fairly well and so there's a lot of hope and a lot of possibility that you live for many many years well there are a lot of people who are sick can learn a lot of activists why has he become the guy that democratic presidential candidates need to meet with well I think you he very deliberately said I'm gonna use my disease as a platform and just put it out there and he also I think shifted his tactics a bit and embraced civil disobedience so you saw him at the capitol getting arrested during the cabin on nomination and then you saw him testify at the first Medicare for all hearing this year and in Washington and with that in the people around him and his network he's just been very deliberate about putting it out there and and you know the people have criticized him and his group for sort of exploiting his illness and they make no apologies for it they will use every modern media tool at their disposal to get their message out and the result has been that most of the major candidates have come to sit down talk to him about Medicare fraud the series of videos he has a political action committee these are videos he creates are his team creates absolutely they'll I think there's been five so far there's more planned they've been either in Los Angeles or in in Santa Barbara okay let's play a clip from one of them here he is speaking with Bernie Sanders it's a stunning indictment of our country that people are forced to invest hundreds of hours of their time and turn themselves into professional advocates in order to ensure the survival of their children does that kind of citizen advocacy give you hope or does it make you mad because people should not have to do it in the first place. well both but I think the fact that people are standing up and fighting for justice right now. will create the moment in the not too many years from now where people will not have to do that were health care will be understood to be a right and by the way that was a computer interpreting on these ways because he can no longer speak. what is the power for Bernie Sanders to be on that video how many people side how many people potential Sanders supporters would see that video yeah that's a good question I don't know that many people thought I think for someone like Bernie Sanders and also Elizabeth Warren those are the two candidates that ideas I I I feel the closest to in terms of their views being aligned on Medicare for all and so for them it was just important to come there and and talk about this issue with someone who is getting so much attention nationally and health care obviously of prime importance to him his medical costs must be extraordinary extraordinary he has great insurance he said and he had about nine thousand dollars a month out of pocket for a lot of the home health care this is before the tracheotomy last week after that it could go up to fifteen to twenty thousand because after the tracheotomy you need twenty four seven care he said he has good insurance in his wealthy patrons that are helping but he's trying to to speak out for all the people who don't have those resources available to them and most people with a lesson as I understand it do not get the tracheotomy because it's too expensive the after care is too expensive oh wow and so then that definitely shortens their lifespan that's my understanding at because after you get the tracheotomy then you need twenty four seven home healthcare and insurance doesn't always cover a lot of that. so it was with warn you mention her she's mentioned him actually in her speech as she also sent a debate yeah he mentioned him in the debate. so he he has become quite a powerful figure as representative I mean it's kind of ironic that he's he's comes from this group of people that is privileged and can't afford this care and these extraordinary out of pocket expenses and yet he has become the symbol for people who cannot absolutely he's using his in some ways he's using his experience to say look I'm lucky I have good health insurance I have the resources to cover the things that insurance doesn't cover but most Americans don't and this is such a prime example of in his view the failure of the system and so yeah he goes from being a relatively anonymous activists to now being mentioned in the the presidential debates personally what's going on in his household how are they handling this that's a great question he you know when I met with him it was it was a beautiful experience he he has a sense of humor and all of that but obviously it's it's a devastating thing what I thought one thing that was interesting in the book he talked about how he turned to meditation and he talked about how he turned to some spiritual teachers like there's a Buddhist thinker name Pam a children whose quite well known and there came a lot of solace early on and now he says that kind of fell away and when he gets really angry about his disease he he focuses on his his issues he says he focuses on racism and capitalism trying to fight that but he to it's a very busy full household they have a three year old son named Carl they have a daughter on the way the activism you know and then the disease in the the attention that that requires every day too so it's a it's a very full household to full of life.

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"rachel king" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"rachel king" Discussed on KOMO

"KOMO news. Now back to help talk more with Dr Rachel king talking about footwear and injuries at skaters skiers. Here's Dr k and Shannon. Okay. Well, Dr king you have a lot of experience. And you gotta talk to you. You mentioned how important it is that the boot or the skate fits, you know, people that are looking for those they need to go in and try those on and then maybe be in for a little while sometimes walk around the store that fits because. That's really important. Yeah. No, absolutely. Absolutely. I think, you know, especially with us skating and skiing. It's a very individualized us sport. And there are many reputable food companies, and so it's very important that they try it on sometimes even skaters they have different what we call bony prominence is or almost extra thumps on their feet. It's important that they get into a booth that's properly fitted sometimes even requiring custom type boot. Personally in my past experience. I was actually in accustomed type food because my feet were different sizes and with boots and skates. You know, they can heat those boots and skates up. And that's what you should do heated up, and then put it on titan them down, and that will kind of form to your foot style. Yes. Absolutely. I'm a huge fan of the heat moldable boots. They are easier and quicker to break into as well, we have foods that were very stiff and difficult to really break into so heat multiple is very important also huge proponent of actually orthotics. So you can fit into the skates or ski boots. And so I actually did some research back in medical school with some custom inserts and for for specific first skaters and agile hockey players. And so, yeah, that's something that we can always look into when a skater may maybe the boots not quite fitting. But we could look into maybe the insert working also in the boot and a for better proper fit. I've I'm a skier I like to ski and there's been seasons where I've gotten to- bang, right? And also might to- beds are black and blue and swollen up. So is is there anything I should have done like immediately. So yeah. A lot of times we will see that with the like black and blue we call that the medical term for that is humor. Hematoma fancy where you don't have to know that it's essentially what it is is the bleed underneath that the nail what I guess listeners should know is that the nail can eventually fall off. And then you'll have a new nail that grows beneath. But he can't take nine months to a year with the nail to fully girls often. Sometimes if it if it is loose and painful than sometimes we can remove the Neal and cut for quicker recovery early on if you do that like the I two five ski trip in the first day out you fill your toes hitting your boots. Can you do anything about that right away right away? Usually actually let it be unless there's a lot of bleeding underneath the nail. Usually you can let it be in the near will eventually fall off. Sometimes you have to bandage it and padded a little bit more. All right. There you go. I mean, everything you need to know about skates and skis and footwear. And if your feet or happy, you're happy. That's correct. Yeah. And we're happily accepting new patients that are foot and ankle center in Kirkland initial claws. So it'd be happy to take any new consultations as well. Great. Thank you for your time. That's Dr Rachel king talking about footwear injuries in skaters, and skiers I know hockey's been big in your household to skiing skating. Those kind of things that you're wearing that are really not. Natural to your feet absolutely having to appliances, if you wanna compliances that you need for those activities and so important that you get proper fitting. I know when we used to buy skates, which aren't aren't they're not inexpensive. If you want to know, I mean, it's really easy go to go to skate shop that's going.

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"rachel king" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:31 min | 3 years ago

"rachel king" Discussed on KOMO

"Here's Tom hutler and Shannon. Oh, Kelly with more. I R G health talk. Actually, I says Dr Rachel Chiang a podiatrist from the foot and ankle center Kirkland, it is at wa footwear and injuries in skaters and skiers very timely topic at this time of the year. I know you're a skier, right? Yeah. I love to ski, and I will tell you. The worst day of skiing is the morning, you get up, and you put your your feet in your boots, and your boots just don't fit that day for some reason. And that ruins the whole day of skiing, and I've spent many days and many seasons with black toenails because of Tobin and proper boot boot fitting is where it starts. Okay. Let's talk a little bit more about that with Dr Rachel king and shadow Kelly. Dr king, welcome. How are you today? And how's life going lectures? Great. Thank you for having me on the show. Absolutely your podiatrist. And you have an interesting practice and interesting background. Tell us about your practice and more importantly to our listeners about your sports background because we're talk a little bit about that. Sure. Sure. So my husband, and I actually just recently moved to the Seattle area in July, and and I'm actually in private practice now with Dr Stephanie Kim at the foot and ankle center in Kirkland. And yeah, like you said, we specialize in podiatrist, which is basically the knee down or if the foot and ankle region, and yeah have a special interest in sports medicine. I was a former competitive figure skater and actually professional figure skater is low. I definitely have some personal background in history with my own sports injuries. And then eventually pursuing my medical background. No kidding. You're a professional figure skater gated. Are you entertained informed? Cruise passengers. Yeah. I did I did it for almost a year after college actually see what I wanted to do. I wasn't ready to give up my figure skating career yet. So yeah, I did it was about ten of us on a cruise ship and size of the rink is about a quarter of a normal. But. Yeah. It was a great opportunity of unfortunately, I did have a injury evacuate college. And I actually met my first podiatrists through my own injury. And when I started skating, professionally it did actively towards the later part of the contract, and that's what I knew I had to maybe look into another career option, and they ended up actually shattering my podiatrists again. And I felt like that was what I wanted to ultimately pursue. And it's been a great journey so far. That's amazing. You know, I talked to so many clinicians, whether their physicians or therapists, but they all have had some time in their life a personal experience that led them to get into treatment and patient care. Pretty cool, and you skied a nationally. I mean, I love skater actually before of our family moved back to the mid west. I was skating and in South Korea, and so actually skated for the junior national team out there. Then we moved when I was in high school, and then I skated in national collegiate undergo when I was going through college and Macalester midwest. Yeah. And then now, I'm here we're gonna we're gonna talk about injuries of a winter sports. I gotta tell ya. Winter Olympics are coming up pretty soon, my favorite events of the ski jumping and the figure skating figure skaters are real athletes. I mean, it's amazing what they can do on member. Folks, there skating onto blades, they're like, an eighth inch wide. So I'm athleticism is really quite quite apparent there. Tell us about injuries that you might see in skaters, and let's also talk about skiing. You know, we know the snow's flying and the mountains are getting open here, and you know, people are excited to get up there. But if you on the right boots on you get these black and blue toenails and all that good stuff. And it ruins a seat a season, you know. Yeah. No. So definitely I think some of the biggest injuries we've probably see with skaters and similarly with skiers are probably overuse injuries. So most commonly an overuse injury in like a skater that maybe a boot that's a little too. Stiff would be a stress fracture. Typically, we might see it in the mid foot region. And so a lot of times it does not form from a trauma or an acute injury. But it's usually over time. But yeah. We're and Shukeir is very very important in in the skaters and the with the ski population as I really actually highly recommend my my skaters and skiers to really work with the boot company that's reputable, always try on the the skate or the boot prior to going out onto the slopes are going out onto the ice. And then the other really important thing and actually the skating population.

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"rachel king" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"rachel king" Discussed on KOMO

"Good morning. Once again, welcome to the month of December. Here we go with another addition of physical and hand therapies health thought guest today include Dr Elizabeth guard from orthopedic physicians associates, we're talking about spinal stenosis, Dr Rachel king. Who's a podiatrist or the foot and ankle center of Kirkland? It's coie will be with us as well. But we like to start each show where the question from one of our listeners this one today comes to us from Lisa in magnolia. She says my daughter is playing high school basketball they've turned out and after a few days she started to have pain in the front of her knee. It seems to be exacerbated by running or jumping we're worried that might be something serious. What should we do about this pain? You have any ideas. What it might be? That is again Lisa in magnolia. Well, at least when you're talking about knee pain, particularly in a young athlete that started in activities such as basketball. I'm going to work on some generalizations here. Nepean is like the universe. I mean, there's a lot of things that would be going on chances are if she's not locking or buckling and have any swollen in her knee joint. Probably no, internal drainage men going on or no problem with the meniscus, the ligaments usually that takes some kind of traumatic event. What Lisa seems to be scrubbing. Here is a new activity and maybe her daughters not used that activity. I'm guessing two things here a Patel formal syndrome or what we call Connor Malaysia. Which is the knee cap is just off a little bit kneecap is irritating against the back of the femur, and it's becoming inflamed. A lot of those symptoms are going to be seen with up and downstairs, deep squatting, and maybe some running up and down activities things like that. The other thing to keep an eye on is what we call infra patella tendonitis. I e edgewise known as jumper's knee, and the patella tenant is the tendon that connects to kneecap or patella to the lower leg bone, the tibia and sometimes with activities, particularly jumping. That's why we call jumper's knee that landing when you go up, and then you land your teats at ten and again these. Things are just overused maybe too much activity too fast. And what you need to do is modify your activity game. We talk about that a lot modification back sometimes you can tape the kneecap over or you can put a strap on your infra patella tendon. And again, I'm a big fan about ice. You know? Rest an ice, and you need some anti inflammatory measures going here stretching flexibility, and then just keep an eye on it. And make sure you don't develop swelling or locking buckling or instability, the knee, and you want to make sure there's nothing going on internal there. I've seen those straps before. So that I was assuming that was what that was four to try to kind of keep that in place. And then you can you kind of tape this stuff in place to well. That's exactly we we use a technique called McConnell taping in physical therapy. And what we do is the the really central dysfunction or physics the kneecap is that the kneecap tracks outside that groove. And there's a groove that is just the kneecap fits right in at the end of the femur. And if that kneecap is tracking out in grinding on the side walls there if you will that's where the tea comes from and you can tape the kneecap back in the groove. So you you put what we call into the groove and sometimes holding kneecap in the group activity decreases, the your tation into the group also thwarted fire song. Well, I mean, I thought we could do that as we wrap up the show you start all harmonize. Okay. Yeah. I think I think it's a tie for Christmas music and not our redemption. Diversifier fires off you have a favorite Christmas song. Oh, yeah. I let me guess give me a guess. Oh, come on you faithful. Oh, shoot. Sorry. No. It's it's a song by Perry. Coamo called no place like home for the holidays. I love that one. You have to do it for our listeners. Okay. Yeah. As soon as yeah. That'll be happening pretty quick real quickly. If you want to get a question to us, you can do so questions at I R G P T dot com like Lisa's questioned from and any question. It may have pertaining to something for you loved unafraid relative your child at might be get those questions into us. Our first guest coming up is going to be talking about spinal.

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06:20 min | 3 years ago

Are your kids at a house party? No, not the scary kind

"This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by Mozilla makers of the brand new fire FOX monitor a free service to help you stay safe from Akers. You'll get a full report if you have compromised accounts and notifications if you appear in new data breaches, take care at monitor fire, FOX dot com and by wizard pins dot com. Create custom pins for any occasion, wizard pins can work with all types of designs from hand-drawn sketches to professional design files to create custom pins of any size or shape. It's perfect for small brands to large businesses and everyone in between had wizard pins dot com and enter code tech to get twenty percent off your first order. Are your kids at a house party? No, no, not the scary kind the video app from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Molly would. The number of teenagers using Facebook that's been on the decline for years. They've migrated to Snapchat Instagram and about twenty million of them are over on house party a live video app where people drop in on each other and chat or leave video messages, and they can hang out with up to eight people at a time. I know the name house party sounds like kids doing I don't even want to know what on video, but actually co founder and chief operating officers Seamus Donnie, told me she wants house party to be for real personal, connections, and empathy literally no filters, you friend, a group of people ahead of time. And when you open the app, it actually notifies them that you're there, and you're ready to have a conversation. And so it sort of takes the emotional hurdles out of actually video chatting with somebody. Why video there obviously, inherent risks and interacting live on video. Not to mention, you know, just. Bandwith and appearance issues. You know, talk to us about the value of video as a communication tool. That's at the heart of the empathy and how we do that you say appearance like I want people to be proud of. You know, I woke up this way. Right. And if the tool is just about you, and the people you care about you shouldn't need filters. Right. You shouldn't be trying to project yourself as content. You should just be there to have like affirmation from a qualitative perspective, not validation by numbers. And I really hope that like we have a generation grows up knowing the right reaction to sadness, not just the right emoji. So talk to me about how that's reflected in the product design. Like, I assume that you're getting rid of things like likes and little hearts that pop up the screen and things that feel sort of addictive and engaging as opposed to. Antic? Well, we're not getting rid of it. We just never even built it. There's no feed it's been built by designed to promote the human connection and just showing up. We just want it to be as easy as showing up and being able to connect with people you care about. And I I see that with my kids. You are daily habit is during dinnertime, so my family's in Alabama. My husband's family's in Virginia. My best friends are in Chicago. And we'll just open it up. And it's whoever's there, but it's a predetermined group of people that I've decided that I fronted and my son now has like a very meaningful. My daughter have a very meaningful online relationship with these people. And that's not something you can do a synchronised Li it's not something that you can do in a news feed. And I'm not saying that those things shouldn't exist. There's world for them. I just think that we can all do a better job of time. Well, spent that see MRs Donnie co founder and chief operating officer at house party as. As for how you make money off empathetic and real interactions. Sustained said, the company will have monetization news in January. We spoke at fortune's most powerful women next-gen conference last week in southern California tomorrow and Wednesday. We'll talk with more powerful women from Amazon and millennial media powerhouse. Now. This. And now for some related links. Happy Monday, everyone, you might have noticed the press blitz. Bercy ES is starting that is of course, the big tech extravaganza in Las Vegas in early January. And if you're in the media, especially whether you've registered or not you're getting emails, and it's kind of my favorite time of year because you find out fast who in the tech world is going to see us and who would like to get off this PR roller coaster will remiss at slate has changed. His Twitter handle too will remiss is not going to see. Yes. Rachel king. From fortune tweeted an all caps flee for peace. She's not going either a quick search of not going to see us on Twitter. Turns up some hilarious results. One enterprising PR person. 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