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"raikkonen" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report
"He has a title match defeating edge on the June 25th, 2006 show, which is vengeance. And a week later, there's a circumstance that the tours were right about. Sunday Night, just after crossing the state border into Ohio Rob Van Dam with Sabu was his passenger was pulled over by a police officer for speeding. When the officer pulled over, Rob Van Dam and Sabu, he smelled marijuana in the car. He then searched the car and found 18 grams of pot, which is just over half an ounce. And 8 Raikkonen pills belonging to Rob Van Dam. He also found an unused pipe commonly used for marijuana smoking and several other unidentified prescription pills that belonged to Sabu. Both were cited for drug violations and posted bond on the scene, both must appear in court and ironton, Ohio, on Thursday morning this week, WWE considered RVD's offense more serious since marijuana is a banned substance, according to the official wellness policy, therefore he was suspended for 30 days. A 30 day suspension is also stated punishment for the first positive drug test result. Sabu was found only a $1000 as it turned out the pills he had were prescribed to him for a diagnosed medical condition, and the pipe was unused with no drug residue. Sabu has had drug addiction issues in the past, a WWE officials feared the worst when they heard what was found with the officer described as drug paranoia, paraphernalia. At first Rob Van Dam and Sabu were concerned for their jobs, Sabu especially, since he has so much less tenure in clout with the company. However, McMahon has become a fan of Sabu style and persona. He was a vital member of the ECW roster, so in the offense was relatively minor, his job was safe. In fact, McMahon approached Sabu after the ECW televised event on Tuesday and told him how he appreciated how he'd been handling the situation since Sunday and looked forward to working with him in the future. Words gotten around that Sabu was extremely apologetic to his colleagues for what happened. Realizing it shit a bad light on the entire locker room. Which had a rep for being out of control and drug riddled during its ECW original prime years. Sabu had gone so far as to offer a take the route for Rob Van Dam, arguing that Rob Van Dam has things going his way lately, and it would be a shame for both of them to lose their jobs or be heavily punished for the incident. RVD refused the offer, and the police officer likely would have contradicted any attempt to shift all the blame from rob Van Damme to Cebu. I don't think you're running talent relations in this era, are you? What year was it? This would have been 2006. I think I was. Tell me how. Tell me how you guys handled this. Well, we had to get it off the front page, so to speak. Right. And I think we handled it fine. I mean, we just followed the policy. Policy was 30 day suspension without pay. Right. And you got to strike. So I don't know how we just felt a policy county. I think this is the best way I could explain it to you. Where are the policy was? And the talents had agreed to the policy. By signing their contract, we just modeled the rules. I just hate this for rob man. He had so much moment on this with such a big time in his life. And now it's going to lead to two impromptu title changes because of this suspension and drug citation in Ohio, RVD is going to lose to edge on raw and big show on ECW, so we got the titles off of him. Yeah. And you had two Conrad. You had to. Yes. You had to. I mean, it went public. It got out there. It made a headline. They had police involvement. All this other shit. And they shouldn't have been speeding. Look, here's an issue. Real simple. If you're not speeding, you ain't gonna stop. Right. So sometimes you just bring on your own misery. By being careless, and these two dudes, who are both like, other than sitting in the back seat, I'd have been right there with them. Right. I'm just saying that, you know, it just you gotta be careful. You gotta be careful. And they weren't. And it was bad, bad timing for rob. Because again, I said, very early in today's show. Part of the pushback at times for RVD was his advocacy of cannabis. Right. And that made some people uncomfortable. It's less that way now because cannabis is more as I said earlier, and I hope this is true. At least for my business sake, that they. People figure out, there are things they could do to get high. That's not the idea. Anyway, rob was, I felt so bad for him. Yes. But I was also a little pissed off. So because how do you put your how do you allow yourself to get into this position? And it's just, how do you do that after all everybody had done collectively to make his deal in WWE happen? Primarily him because just amazing talent. But
"raikkonen" Discussed on Daily Grace
"Any people, any places, anything? Any objects, anything that stuck out. And then you could go online and you could literally do a Google search on Bible concordance and look up that particular person place or thing. And it could give you multiple places where that shows up. If you have the kind of Bible that's got cross references, which I love those kinds of bibles, you can start poking around there because usually it'll have a little letter or a little number above a tree or above whatever it is you're interested in. And then it'll tell you other places that trees are mentioned. So that's like the free way you could start doing that today. And then at the back of my Bible studies, I've got a section called resources for deeper study, and all of those are more narrative theology, biblical theology resources, but some of the places you want to start are how to read the Bible as literature by Leland reichen. So any of his stuff you want to look at that you want to look at words of delight by Raikkonen, you want to look at reading the Bible for change by ray lubeck, who's at western, and then you want to look at things like the dictionary of biblical imagery, which is by reichen and longman, that will help you a lot because you can open it up, you can look up a word like valleys. And it will have pages and pages listing every valley in there and how that imagery shows up time and time again. So I highly recommend the dictionary of biblical imagery. And then I just list some new and Old Testament resources of Bible scholars who read this way. They're reading for the storied elements. It does not mean that they know the original languages. They know how to exit cheat conservatively with orthodox views. It's just they're coming at it. What's the story goal? And so the other last thing I would say, and I say this a lot is that get a kid in your life a niece and nephew, a cousin, whatever. Someone who's between the ages of 8 and 12. Have them read a Bible story with you, they pick up on this. Because they are more connected to stories than we are. We have too much practice picking it up and looking at it as a manual, like an Ikea manual to put a good life together, which should help with that. But you and I know that it's more than that. But kids will read it and be like, what is that place? And you're like, I don't know. I just skipped that word. I just jumbled it and moved forward. And my Caleb is the one who's like, program per, who's that? I'm like, well, that's a place. Where is that? I don't really know. To be honest, I don't really care. Kids care. Our kids will be like, oh, donkeys again. He spoke through a donkey, that's hilarious. And then you're like, more donkeys, you know? And when Jesus comes into Jerusalem, they're the ones who actually see these storied elements more than we do. So I have found that anytime I loop in my son, he's the one who's like, oh yeah, there's a lot of fire in the Bible. What? Mean the other day crystal? I was asking him, what are you interested in right now? And he was like, the book of axe is awesome. Tell me about that. He's like a lot of people go to jail. That is the most accurate thing I've ever heard. I started to look up all the times that people go to jail. I'm like, there's like 12 times or something. So I think kids can really see elements of stories than we do because they're not focused on all the other things we are. Yeah, that's so true. I love that. Just getting a kid in so many of the kids bibles too are going to help you to be able to identify some of those as well. And so I feel like I learn a lot even just reading the action Bible with our kids, you know, like there's a lot of jail and a lot of awesome voice like in that one. Another resource I really like too, and it's free on Bible gateway is the dictionary Bible themes. There's times of I see something. I'll put it in there and it'll give you cross references and other connected themes. And so there are a lot of really practical ways to start reading God's word in this way that I think is really, really helpful. Okay, so I have one more question for you, Kat. And this is a question we ask every guest. It's kind of a tricky one, because at the daily grace co, we see the gospel changes everything. I mean, it does change everything. What has the gospel changed for you specifically? And you can't just say everything. That's the tricky part. Yeah. I think the word that comes to mind is fulfillment. The gospel that Jesus lived and died and rose again. That he is the complete fulfillment. Of everything that's been building in the story for maybe a thousand years. And in the same way, this is going to be really anecdotal and kind of trite. But go with me on this. Superficial. I'm really into Star Wars. And, you know, you get to the last trilogy in that franchise and you're like, oh my God, she is going to be a woman's going to be the Jedi. But you get your 6 movies in, you're so invested in the storyline of these heroes
"raikkonen" Discussed on Past Gas
"No limit social style. Mystical is a city on top of the rim on the backboard. I don't know. What a great story. And looking forward to the Mexican Grand Prix this year, for sure. It'd be great to go down there, dude. Oh, it'd be a lot of fun. We went down there. We somehow always worms his way in, and I can never get my ticket. Jesus Christ. We pay. Go tell him, hey, I heard you warmed your way into another half one event. Doing marketing for recurrent now, somehow it gets to go on these things. That's how it works. That's how it works, baby. Anyway, we got some listener mail this week. Greetings from Finland. Thanks for the great podcast. I listened to it on my daily commute and on work trips around Finland. Makes the time flyby while being behind the wheel on these dull finish motorways. Man, I bet they're kind of cool out there. Now I've played my summer car. They are pretty dull Ho. Okay. I would like to hear more stories about Finnish F one and rally superstars. You already made a Kimberly Raikkonen podcast and I enjoyed it very finish. Being a small alcoholic insecure and a highly controlled country when it comes to driving and cars. This would be a nice topic for you guys to investigate. It's driving fast in our DNA or something the Finns learn for some more specific reasons. I've always wondered that. Why are there so many Finnish rally drivers in there? Well, because they grow up on icy roads and they gotta learn how to Sweden. Because the Swedes are just chilling there in Stockholm. Making really good metal metal music. Way to boil down a whole country. Am I wrong? Opeth from boiled the country down like a nice lingonberry jam. All the best guys keep up the good work. From vanta. Thank you very much for the email there. Yeah, we can definitely do some more finished stuff. Make us pronounce some crazy ass names, I say. If you want to get in touch with the show, hit us up at past gas that done immediate dot com. And maybe we'll read it on the air. Thanks so much for stepping in. Thanks for having me. Thanks for letting me read along. Yeah. That was great. You did a great job, Jerry. You're the donuts LeVar Burton. Yeah, that's true. Who's lavar Burton? Yeah. I love that. I'm gonna fly in the sky. I think that's why it's just hard. Take a look inside a book. It's reading rainbow. Well, thank you for
"raikkonen" Discussed on Bet The Board
"Maybe stick to guys that can use the race. You are so full of shit. I'm gonna break this clip off right now and play it back for you. 72 hours before coda. And you're gonna have a full matchup card 'cause you're champing at the bit for the first road course of the year. I know the schedule stays the same. But I'll tell you what, it would have been a clean sweep of everything that we had. Had it just stayed green. Hence the name of the podcast. I was sitting there saying steak green. Although we did have fuel was an issue and it's been a while since we've had a fuel race. I mean, we used to stress about that 6 or 7 years ago when it seemed like every race was a fuel fast. But with the institution of the cautions or the stage cautions or stage breaks, we haven't quite seen that because usually they can stop and then obviously make it to the end on one stop. So definitely a different game. It was really weird to see how the place the race played out without these stage breaks. And I can't believe that did you see how ty Gibbs cost himself a point by taking one extra spot to the right lane? Because I think the startup stage three was the end of stage two with the cautions. And he took the one lane and was in tenth, decided to go to 11th and when they crossed the line, he actually cost himself a stage point, which is just kind of crazy. You don't even think about that. But I think that you'll have crew chiefs paying attention in the future to something. So that way it doesn't cost them a point in the future. Yeah, I mean, I think some of that obviously falls in the spotters to try and instruct the driver that are keeping attention paying attention to so much that's going on. I mean, it's only Kyle Busch and the truck series that can serve as his crew chief his engineer and the driver deciding when he wants to come in a pit when he wants to stay out. And we'll get to the truck series a little bit later on. But yeah, I mean, it's such an interesting dynamic. And I know the length of NASCAR races has been called in a question about ways to shorten them. They want to get into three hour window. It's something I never thought I'd say because I bitched you all the time for the handful of IndyCar races that we bet when a race ends under caution. I'm starting to go back to the old school NASCAR approach. And I don't ask car won't do it because they love the drama. They love records to checkers, where after one maybe two attempts at a green white checker, throw the throw the white flag. Say, hey, you know what? We've tried it. We don't need to wreck that many more race cars, but I guess when parts are this cheap and you have that level of parity, it's not a big deal. And knowing that NASCAR stances have at it, I mean, this is essentially what we're going to get. And you had a quote from Elton Sawyer who's NASCAR senior VP of competition earlier this week on SiriusXM, asked them what he thought. He goes basically, we didn't see anything across the line, our DNA for 74 plus years has been aggressive driving. That's great to say in theory. And I know you want to keep people captivated. But look, when people like you and I are sick and tired of watching late race, restarts to take an hour to race the final three laps, that's college basketball and the NBA, where they drag on the final minute with 37 timeouts, times a hundred, and it's really going to turn off the casual race fan that we're trying to get to commit. His or her Saturdays or Sundays to watching the sport we love. Yeah, I'll tell you what. I mean, I've even heard doing away with green white checkers. It's almost like you want maybe one, but after that, it's like, hey, there's this sweet spot where one green white checkered is really exciting for the fans. Two is like, okay, but then you get three or four. It's like, okay, what are we doing right now? This is not even racing at this point. It's just send it off there into one. Yeah, it's just send it off into one and hope that if you can't make it stick that the Cartier outside can make it stick. And it was just to be honest, they could have thrown another caution with Chris Bell. I mean, I guarantee that there was fluid on the track with his nose pushed in like that. So I think that at that point, I just was like, they won't throw the caution because they need this to get over. At this point, this is dragging out way too long. And it just makes it really hard for these late rage late race matchups. Like I said, I'm still happy that's the best car one. It would have been terrible if all of a sudden Reddick and Kyle Busch and some of the other guys up front had taken each other out. And then you get someone like Kevin Harvick who ran like 15th all day to win the race. I don't like it when that happens. But I guess we can't have it's not a perfect world, but I guess we'll take the finish with Reddick up top and by the way, we can just put to bed whether last year was the car or the driver. I think it's the driver. Tyler Reddick is a damn good road course racer and to do it three or four times late race restarts when everybody's gunning for you. I thought it was really, really impressive. And I'll be the first to say that I was 100% wrong saying I thought Kyle Busch was a better road course racer. Then Tyler Reddick is just not the case right now Tyler Reddick and probably AJ almond ding are the two best on road courses and I don't even think it's close. Hey, one last wall. Don't forget chase Elliott. I don't think I'm not willing to throw the baby out with the bathwater just yet. One last thing, by the way, before we wave our green white checker flag on stage one, some of the feedback that came from non traditional NASCAR drivers that got out there to try and help grow the international peel. When you have a driver like Jenson Button who wanted F one, Kimi Räikkönen out there, Jordan Taylor a little bit different. But when those guys are saying, hey, look, we're all for aggressive racing, but it's almost an embarrassment there. I don't like the fact that you have NASCAR traditionalists and those folks that want to defend the
"raikkonen" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC
"Don't love it doing it, but this is as a sport. We're not boring. Alex Bowman's take was yeah, the problem is if you don't peek out and bomb the guy in front of you, the guy behind you does it to you. So what do you do there, right? It's not right. The way we race is embarrassing and 12 year olds were doing it, we'd be yelling at him, but here we are saying it's the best thing in the world on TV. Ross Chastain and Daniel Suarez had a conversation post race. Alex Bowman, after being rammed by Suarez, he talked to Suarez and they apparently just worked it out immediately. I think Bowman said, go talk to your teammate. Yeah, it's pretty much exactly what he said. He was like, that guy did it. So it seemed like the sports was fine with Bowman, but Suarez was not fine with Chastain. And the only thing I could really make up from their conversation was Chastain said something the effect of, don't be all high and mighty is what he said to east track house racing teammate junior Suarez. And obviously we just heard those quotes from Chastain. He feels as if, hey, this is part of the deal, man. Just deal with it. What do you make of all the angst in animosity after this race and can track house racing put it behind them? Yeah, I think they can. I guess my question is, what's the expectation for Ross Chastain? And look, he's on the inside of row 5. He's starting 9th. Suarez, I think, was fourth or so. Chastain's got, as you said, Bowman in front of him. They're going to, they're going to the inside of the corner. They're going far left. He's got Briscoe behind him. Whether there was contact or not, but certainly Chastain was pushing, pushing the limit. And Suarez find himself in the middle in essence. What's the expectation for Ross Chastain? Is he supposed to not make every effort possible to try to take the position and instead supposed to protect Suarez and let schwarz get okay and then get through that corner or is he supposed to go for it because he's got sponsors into his team too at the end of the day, I know they're teammates. Look, you got to look out after each other. I get that, but at the end of the race, there comes a point. Everybody talks about I got to look out for my own team. I guess my question and maybe only Daniel Suarez can answer this is what's the expectation for Ross Chastain? What's he supposed to do in that situation? And are you going to put the reins if you're just in Marx on Ross Chastain in a situation like that? I don't think so. I think you're thinking the guys in 9th, you know, this term one is a crazy turn. Unleash the hounds and let it go and let's see what happens. Ross Chastain said, I didn't get mad when I got spun. I just tried to get my car to start. And jaross Chastain's credit, he actually rebounded and came all the way back to fourth from falling pretty deep in the field and also recovering from a pit stop that had dropped him from the top 5 deep in the field. Where it appeared that he was going to be the lone challenger at one point to William Byron and Tyler Reddick running for the win. So yeah, I guess it's a lot to process, but I'm just wondering, I think that Ross Chastain said to Daniel Suarez and would agree with your question as far as what do you expect? I just wonder if like at what point is that rationalization of, hey, I can raise guys however I want to. I mean, maybe that's what the essence of Ross Chastain. I think that is. Maybe that's just his worldview, right? I'm sorry, but I'm going to race you the way you race me and you can expect me to race you always with just hammer down and beat in the crap out of you. And that's why I guess he doesn't get upset when people run into him for the most part. Well, I was just like, Alex Bowman said, he said he felt like the racing was embarrassing in a sense. Everybody, a lot of people are doing it. The front of the field was as respectful as could be. Now again, once you get three, four rows back, everybody's going for everything. These cars are indestructible. Redick made the reference to the post race press conference about the clash. It was amazing watching the clash just how guys would send it into the corners and know that there was no way they were going to make it without running in the back of somebody. And then guys just kept doing it. One guy did it. Another guy did it and it was pretty soon. That was the standard way of going into the corner. You know, if NASCAR wanted to address it, they could have done it at the clash where it was an exhibition race where it wouldn't have mattered. But again, that puts on a show cars beaten and banging and some action and things like that is NASCAR going to step in for this over what happened in turn one at wakota? No, because it's beaten and banging and action like that. And so what happens is if the officials aren't going to step in and drivers have to elevate, they have to be more aggressive and I'm sorry if that's not how the gentleman the gentlemanly racer drives a road course, but that's the way it's done in NASCAR when you got these fenders and you've got these cars that I'm not going to say are indestructible but are pretty hard to beat on. Let me ask you let me say remember when it was with the previous car that, you know, everybody was complaining about there was no contact beating and banging at the short track because if you made any contact whatsoever, you knocked in a fender, that cut a tire. You know, there's no benefit to doing it. Well, now the fenders don't cave in. So you're just going to smack people and you're just going to hit it in the corners like that. So that's what it's become. I don't think it's going to change. I don't even know how NASCAR could change it because I don't think you could have penalized people for it because we do. You're going to penalize 20 cars at a time. I don't think NASCAR would want to change it because to your point. The reason they were strengthened was because too many cut tires, not just short tracks, but speedways, like everywhere cut tires whenever there was any damage. They definitely want to get away from that and you're right. Like Tyler Reddick said in the post race today, these front and rear bumpers are now so resilient. You can hit somebody really hard without knocking anything off. And you're right. We saw that the clash, and we certainly saw it with Ross Chastain kind of bulldozing his way a little bit to a fourth place finish and give him credit for that. Wasn't the best day, by the way, for track house and that not only do you have Daniel swore, he finished in 27th, but you also had Kimi Räikkönen, F one champion in his second start, finishing 29th. Of course, he was one of many interlopers in this race. Conor Daly from Mindy car series finished his 36th Jordan Taylor and chase Elliott's car, finishes 24th, but the best finish of the interlopers. Jenson Button, 2009, Formula One champion finishes 18th in the Rick ware racing Ford button had an interesting comment afterward, Dustin, he said, trying to
"raikkonen" Discussed on Bet The Board
"Because then you can make some money potentially fading those names. And I don't know, I think that if Toyota unloads really well, you have Denny Hamlin, who's a tremendously aggressive, great restarter, and it has proven that he can win on road courses. And I think true actually, you'd have to make Truex the top Toyota guy, I would make him the favorite if Toyota unloads really well. I would make him the favor of the Toyota. It's not a favorite of the race. But I do think that if something happens and then a 19 car and they're able to figure something out this weekend, you could potentially see a bomb hit with someone like Martin Truex Junior. You know what? The only people that would be surprised would be casual fans because the garage area would not be shocked if Martin Truex Junior went out there and won a road course race. Even though they struggled so much last year. And we really haven't had those bombs come home early in the year this season like we did last year. Of course, Ricky Stenhouse, a major surprise in the Daytona 500, but since then, you've seen pre race favorites or guys pretty close to it. End up grabbing the checkered flag. Nobody to my knowledge has won a race so far this season at a price of ten to one or greater on race day other than the season opener. So something to keep in mind. When we look at road courses, it gives us unique opportunity to see some of the biggest names in the sport, get their opportunity, may not be that familiar to NASCAR fans, but they are to race fans in general. Two of them very accomplished, former F one champions and Kimi Räikkönen and Jenson Button and we'll get to see the much anticipated cup debut of Jordan Taylor driving the 9 car for Hendrick motor sports. We've seen a little bit of money coming on Jordan Taylor, has prices open upwards of 40 to one at some shops. That number as low as 22 at some books. Not a whole lot of movement on Kimi Räikkönen or Jenson Button. Kimi, reading some of his comments, feels or at least suggests that he's going to be more confident here knowing that he did win a race in F one at coda in the past, a little bit different than racing site unseen at Watkins Glen and Jenson Button. Good luck, my friend, these things don't quite handle like the cars you're used to driving. Yeah, this is my advice to these guys. Stay out of trouble early. You know, it's really easy to get kind of frustrated back in traffic. And the amount of passing that happens in NASCAR is drastically higher than what happens in Formula One. And it's okay to lose a few positions. It's important to stay on the lead lap and just minimize mistakes. These guys can raise. If they get to the front of the field, I imagine that they'll run competitively fast laps. But you got to get there first and it's a real quick learning curve. You're going to have a short practice and then qualifying. And it's going to come at you really fast. And if you could just kind of set yourself up to, hey, let's just minimize mistakes. Let's pick up a few positions. And then let's see what we have in the third stage, I guess you say that later in the race. So the third stage of the race, I think that, okay, I'll say this. I'm the highest on Jordan Taylor. I almost said JT, like it's like Justin Thomas, like everyone's just going to know who that is. But I think the most upside is Jordan Taylor. And I think that's because he's raced less open wheel stuff than some of these other guys. But I think Jenson buttons are really going to struggle. If I had to pick someone to really struggle, Kimmy actually has done this before and has showed speed at times, but ultimately it doesn't really have any finishes that have amounted to much. The one thing I'll say, if Jordan Taylor can qualify while I do think that he could race kind of in the top ten. And like Regan Smith said, I wouldn't be shocked if he won and I wouldn't be shocked if he finished 30th. So I think that Regan kind of summed it up quite nicely when kind of breaking down these drivers. I think that Jordan, like I said, most upside and Jensen will struggle the most. Definitely a wide range of outcomes very much possible for this trio of names. I'm curious to see who books decide to set these guys up with and head to head and match ups because on paper you can understand some of the energy and optimism they may create amongst the casual fan. But again, drivers that you know may not have race winning cars, but can finish 15 to 20th, oftentimes that can be the most profitable way to approach the matchup card, but we'll await to see what numbers hit the screen. I know there are a handful of books that do have matchups up early, but didn't see a ton involving these three names and you can understand why the same can be said about Jimmy Johnson who will drive the 84 could be a jolt to his system, but you never want to discount a 7 time champion in this series. You can follow Chris on Twitter that's at Chris wormy 15. I'm Todd fuhrman, you can follow me there. Most importantly, they'll follow the
"raikkonen" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"The job hunt has begun for CJ Stroud of the Ohio State university. He is first up on the pro day circuit of all the top quarterbacks available in this year's draft, or quarterbacks. Alabama's pro day is Thursday, will levis, Kentucky, pro day is Friday. So we'll see Bryce young out there tomorrow. We'll love us on Friday. On Monday, Anthony Richardson has center stage. And they're all gunning for the job at Cam Newton thinks he already has. So he looked pretty good at auburn's pro day yesterday. But CJ Stroud is out there. And the Panthers contingent that is there to see him in person and apparently already met him last night. In Columbus, owners David and Nicole pepper, the tepper family is there. I mean, it's almost Passover, so maybe they could have, they sort of seep for CJ. Scott fitter, Frank Reich, general manager and head coach, the assistant general manager Dan Morgan. The vice president of the organization, Samir Suleiman, is there the offensive coordinator Thomas Brown, quarterback's coach Josh mccown, senior assistant Jim Caldwell, the director of scouting is there. As is one of the many scouts of the organization because his Albert would like to point out, as he did in the text exchange that I had with him and money manager to the stars, Don weir, because top running back recruiting the state of Ohio chose Michigan over Ohio State. I sent that his way. They've been just chirping back at me about how terrific Ohio State has been in the draft and it has and 30 of 32 teams have their coaches there. It is off the charts, who is at this pro day to watch the Ohio State university, put their best out on the field. And apparently one of the guys catching passes four Stroud at this pro day is Marvin Harrison junior. So all the scouts and all the coaches and all the people who are there get a look see at the individual who we all think rightfully so I believe will be the top receiver in next year's draft. 30 of 32 teams represented ten general managers in 7 head coaches of RSVP, 118 reps from NFL teams expected to be at the Ohio State pro day. Today and the most important coach of all up there on the screen right here on our Roku channel feed, courtesy of another Ohio State honk James Palmer odd that he's there. Taking a snap of Frank Reich standing to the right of CJ Stroud. Could that be the future of the Carolina Panthers franchise right there in that photograph? I think so. And the minute that you think this, just know Bryce young stone tomorrow, I imagine they'll be there too. So I got my wish. I got my wish. So far. Tomorrow we'll find out if the wish and the dream continues. Can you put up that screen one more time of who's there from the Carolina Panthers organization at the Ohio State, all of them. When I say all of them, I mean the entire masthead is there. 11 people. I wanted them there. Hey, fire up air tepper and go to Alabama. And then fire up air tepper and go to Kentucky. And then have a nice weekend. Go back to Carolina, do what you want to do, have a nice dinner party. And then fly off to Gainesville, Florida. Please go to all of them. Keep us guessing, Carolina. Keep us guessing. But today will be and rightfully so. CJ Stroud day. It's going to be they fell in love with him. They met him. They fed him, they saw him feed his receivers on the field. They saw his arm for a second time because his arm at the combine was without question the best. Stroud was flicking it into Windows. Flicking it wherever he wanted, looked effortless, it was terrific. He threw a delightfully pretty football. And then Bryce young's going to go down out there tomorrow and it'll be well, maybe he's a guy. This is exactly what I want. And again, I'm speaking on behalf of Mike Greenberg as well. Anybody who hosted an NFL Draft first overall pick being a quarterback, that's what you want. First overall pick being a quarterback of a team at trades all the way up for somebody, you want that. First overall pick that's a quarterback. Selected by a team that traded all the way up for that quarterback. Keeping us in the dark till the last minute, chef's kiss. You bet. That's what I want. Keep us guessing. But for today, it's going to be locking in CJ struck over. Certainly see this photograph of the coach and CJ Stratton, where are they talking about? You want to dominate the NFC south for about a decade? Okay. Best place to eat in Charlotte. This is what we got. What do you think? Do you ever see that? You ever see that game against the Houston oilers I had? By the way, I'm an ordained I'm an ordained pastor. I can marry you. CJ, I can personally marry you if you have the right girl in mind. Doesn't he have the biggest college comeback too at Maryland? Does he? I think he doesn't have the biggest comeback anymore. Thanks to the team that fired him. Yeah. They bounce them, they fire him, and then they blow his record. Letting the Vikings come back on them. In a span of a month, but if that kid that's standing to his left is the right guy, and he winds up in a new spot where he used to be, you used to be QB one. First ever quarterback? On a staff that includes, you know, his first coach, Tom capers. If that kid, CJ Stroud, is the right guy, then the colts did him the biggest favor, got off that hole. Treadmill of getting a bunch of long tooth Reaper beards. I try to not use the word retread. I know you didn't. I mean, Matt Ryan, you didn't call him Matt Ryan to retread, Philip Rivers a retread. But brockman, you are right. Raikkonen 84 Marilyn was down 31 nothing. Miami had had one, right? He came back through 6 touchdown passes and Marilyn won the game. Well, you'll put that photo up on one more time as we end the segment here. Lock it in. They came back
"raikkonen" Discussed on Bet The Board
"Yeah, well, I see them as very different for a couple of reasons. First off, for our F one has the manufacturer passion, right? You're a fan of Ferrari. You're a fan of or no. You're a fan of, you know, to Ford fans will be able to watch and I'm curious because NASCAR, 15 years ago, you go to Talladega and every car in the parking lot in the back windshield would have the stickers of cartoon characters urinating on a logo there were four or you'd have those and but you no longer have that. In the U.S. you don't have as much passion for Ford and for Chevrolet and F one still is able to have that type of passion for their manufacturers. And then you add in their country passion, right? You have and NASCAR's NASCAR doesn't have that. NASCAR, it's not like you root for your hometown guy because you really never raced in your hometown a whole lot. And probably was homeschooled. So it may not have had many classmates either. So I think NASCAR to be able to build theirs, they have to do the one thing that one does well and make their race weekends events. They have to do things. They have to get their drivers more out there meeting fans. And they're a little bit in a different people talk about drive for survive and that for NASCAR. But I think NASCAR would like to push these drivers as more that they're more like you. Wow, I think drive to survive. It was more of a lifestyle of the rich and famous, right? That's a good point. And I don't know that the NASCAR drivers necessarily fit that mold. So there's a lot of challenges for them, but when you talk about international, there are, I think, are still working on international series, this next gen car that they introduced last year provides way more ability, not just for F one drivers and Indy car drivers to be able to come and race these cars because they're more like the sports car that they probably erased. But if NASCAR wanted to go to Europe and race, they could just ship all the parts, all the teams pretty much get all the same parts. They could just, they wouldn't have to even chip for built cars. They could just ship all the parts over to Europe somewhere and have each team organization send a handful of people for a few weeks and build a couple of cars. If they wanted to. It is wild to hear you talk about some of the comparisons how the NASCAR fan base is obviously different than F one. And Chris and I kind of joked about it. When you see how excited NASCAR fans are to get North Wilkesboro back on the schedule for an all star race. Meanwhile, F one is traveling to Monaco, Shanghai and some other spots. So it is clearly a diverse motor sport crowd that obviously gets involved. So we'll see if the crossover from some of those F one legends, racing in the road courses, whether it's Jenson Button at koda, whether it's Kimi Räikkönen when he was at Watkins Glenn can really create a little bit of synergy and some overlap as we know NASCAR obviously from a viewership standpoint does considerably larger numbers, but you wouldn't know that the way that people talk about F one and the way they're leading you to believe that somehow F one races on a Sunday morning are doing something akin to what NFL games get on a Sunday afternoon. You mentioned fan engagement kind of at the top and obviously we know that gambling is a hot button issue. Hell, that's the reason that NASCAR put funding behind our podcast last year to kind of get us off the ground. When you look at the teams and the league, I know you have a relationship with everybody to the fab shop workers to the drivers to the owners. Do we think gambling is going to be a successful vehicle for creating fan engagement in NASCAR and if teams were driver specifically, realize some of the revenue generating potential as we look at a lot of the tracks that are adjacent to casinos, whether it's Kansas City, or Kansas, I should say, whether it's Dover, how do you feel the intersection of sport and gambling have come together with legalization over the last couple of years? I mean, a Vegas, there had to be at least a couple of cars with casinos on the right. You saw a bet MGM car, you saw obviously a south point car with the history of the gon family in racing, I think you'll continue to see more of that, you know, I think the big question, Todd, and I think maybe we've talked about this before is NASCAR has the ability with all their data like who has the fastest pit stop and who gets on and off pit road quicker. Theoretically, they should be able to monetize that data through some sort of gambling by partnering with gambling entities because you can't look on TV and time every pit stop. It's not like you can say compared to who throws the first interception of a football game, right? So they still haven't really been able to capitalize on that. But I think that potential is still there. And I think that's where, to me, that's where they could really
"raikkonen" Discussed on Bet The Board
"Come say hello. If you want to say hello and sometimes their NASCAR other NASCAR personalities, either drivers or spotters or team executives who might come by to talk to the fans and it just grew into this community of people who follow us on Twitter who want to come say hello and I love social media in the sense that NASCAR is a very difficult sport to understand and it's a way for us to be able to give information to fans. And so that's what journalists does and so that's why I love it and that's why I gravitate to it and I think that it's just made for a great a great avenue for us to be able to deliver news and information and it certainly doesn't allow for a lot of depth, but it allows for a lot of basic information to be told and fans need to know what's going on and they want to know about their favorite drivers and they want to know who they should root for or maybe why they should root for somebody or why maybe they should root against somebody and I think it just helps. It just helps fans spend a lot of their they don't have a lot of free time or extra money. And if they're going to go to the effort to try to learn about their sport and potentially go to a race or spend their money on some merchandise, you know, it's a great, it's a great way to be able to help them make those decisions. I mean, Chris, you had a good question that you asked me and you should probably ask bob. I mean, we know what his life is like during the season 38 weeks. I mean, pretty much lives, breathes, sleeps, and eats all things NASCAR, but perfect form for you to ask him kind of what he does on his off days and what bob is like away from the track. Well, I guess my question is just kind of your weekly schedule. I get that question often when I tell people that I bet on NASCAR for a living, they're like, wait, what does that even mean? What do you, what do you do? And I say, well, usually Mondays, I kind of tend to go back and rewatch the race. Tuesdays, and then Monday nights, I watch the Atlanta. I will watch that the previous race from last year, but probably both of them. And I kind of have a progression of the week. A lot of media stuff is like Wednesday, creating content. Thursday is like my off day, and then depending on the weekend, you have practice and then you have the Xfinity trucks and kind of the rest of the race weekend. So what is your week look like? With all this travel. What is your week look like? And when was the last time you missed a race, a Cup race? I missed a race in August of 2021 for my niece's wedding. So I miss Watkins Glen for what was that like? What was that like? Just because I imagine you were just still getting text and tweeted at and it was good that the wedding didn't really start till after the race is over. So maybe had my phone out streaming the race and watching it a little bit, but it's not it's not the easiest and yet you're still texting a little bit to help on we still have race day show on Sunday morning. So anything that you can help with that is appreciated by my folks. So I did spend a little time texting, but I did go to a lot of races in 2020. So a little bit more use to that now than then, but you ask about my normal week is sass a little bit like yours on Mondays. I'm spending a lot of time watching the race from the day before night before, but then with my duties for Fox Sports, you know, I'm watching also the races from that track, the previous year, so and so last year I didn't have to because the NASCAR's new car did really change a whole lot to watch. All races. But this year, you know, it's really important. We have a lot of meetings on Tuesdays. So watching races from last year on Mondays, and then obviously doing some writing, then as well. We'd come out with power rankings on Tuesdays, Tuesdays are spent with a lot of meetings and trying to plan for the upcoming week. Depending on if there could be penalties coming out, a lot of techs, a lot of last week, obviously a lot of follow-up on chase Elliott's injury, trying to get information. Wednesdays typically are writing day and research day and a lot of calls, then Thursdays, travel day, Friday, Saturday, Sunday at the track, and then back to Monday. Talk about a rigorous schedule there. And bob, don't let Chris fool you. He's lying if he said he went back and watched Atlanta last year. He wants nothing. Akin to super speedway racing and we'll get to Atlanta a little bit later before we let you go, but you did an outstanding interview earlier this week, a long sit down with Jenson Button. We've seen Kimi Räikkönen, obviously make his NASCAR debut last year. I mean, is there ever a day where you see the sport gaining a bigger foothold on foreign shores, kind of outside North America? And we've seen what F one has really done to try and grow all the ancillary activities where the racing on race day is secondary because we know Max Verstappen has about a 97% chance to win. Every time he saddles up in the Red Bull car. But when you look at NASCAR versus F one, I mean, do you see similarities in terms of the business model? I mean, the on track product significantly better on NASCAR, but it oftentimes lack some of that pageantry, some of that star power in a build up to a race weekend.
"raikkonen" Discussed on KCBS All News
"When Santa marine was elected prime minister of Finland in 2019, she made history. At 34 years old, marine became the youngest head of government in the world. But it wasn't the prime minister's political moves that caught the world's attention last summer, it was her dancing. You may recall the uproar after a video of the millennial prime minister parting with Friends was leaked to the press. Prime minister marine was already in the spotlight after Russia invaded Ukraine last year. Finland and Russia share a long border and a complicated history. In May, prime minister marine announced Finland would apply for NATO membership for her country of 5 and a half million, a bold move that ended 7 decades of Finnish neutrality and angered Russian president Vladimir Putin. I don't think that Vladimir Putin is someone that you can reason with. I think his actions are very emotional. And it's based on some kind of feeling of history and greatness of Russia. They see Ukraine part of Russia and they think that they have the right to attack another independent country. Do you think that as we sit here right now that Russia poses a threat to Finland? I think Russia poses a threat to all of Europe. They are attacking and at a country. They are killing civilians. They are demolishing infrastructure. Russia poses a threat to all of us, and that's why we have to make sure that Ukraine will win. We met Santa marine at the prime minister's official residence in Helsinki. Oh, wow, this is beautiful. A quiet spot overlooking the frozen Baltic Sea. Yeah. But of course, we also have our own home. Oh, that you can be perfectly kilometers here. Moments of quiet have been few and far between for prime minister marine. Who over the last three years has moved from one once in a lifetime crisis to another. The most defining one unfolding last year. Finland's 800 mile border with Russia is the longest of any European Union country. How quickly after the invasion did you decide that Finland should join NATO? I knew you'd find a way. I was leaning in favor of NATO even before, but the country wasn't ready if you would have asked Finnish people or politicians in the parliament should Finland join NATO before the war, maturity would have said no. But after the war started, I knew we immediately that this is the only way also for Finland to join their alliance. When you say this is the only way, what do you mean by that? Well, we are our next door neighbor to Russia, and now we have seen that Russia is attacking today their neighboring country. And we don't ever again want to say war in Finland. So we are asking ourselves, what is the line that Russia wouldn't cross? And that's the NATO line. The invasion of Ukraine opened old scars for many Finns. In 1939, Finland was invaded by the Soviet Union, which took about 10% of its territory. Since World War II, Finland has been militarily neutral. Its leaders, characterized as bear whispers for their ability to stand up to Vladimir Putin, but not provoke him. The president of Finland, who oversees foreign policy, reportedly last spoke to Putin in May. The same month Finland submitted its application to join NATO. Putin has said a Finland joins NATO that Russia may be forced to take retaliatory steps. Do you view those words as a threat? I think we should make our decisions not based by fear. But what we really feel and think, and that's why we are joining NATO and hopefully we will be members of NATO very soon. It's one thing to say we support Ukraine. It's a very different thing to go to Ukraine to stand next to president zelensky, which you did, which was a bold move. Why did you choose to do that? Well, I think it's very important that we are showing solidarity in many ways. By sending humanitarian aid financial aid, military aid equipment, for example, and I think it sends very important message that we are in it together. They are not alone. We are right beside them. Taking sides is not what the fins are known for, but Santa marine seems to enjoy breaking traditions. Marine, who was raised by her mother and her female partner in a working class neighborhood, was the first in her family to graduate high school and later college. She was elected to city council at age 27. Soon, her contentious speeches were shared around Finland on YouTube. In 2015, she was elected to parliament as a member of the left leaning Social Democratic Party. Four years later, at age 34, she was named the prime minister of Finland, the most powerful political position in the country, was that your intention, I never really have focused about my own career. I know that sounds interesting because I am in this position, but it's also we didn't coincidence that I became a prime minister. Really, you can become prime minister by coincidence. Well, I was the first vice chair of our party when the last previous prime minister on three and a half resign and then I had step up. The former prime minister submitted his resignation after he was accused of mishandling a postal strike. Marine was chosen by her party to fill his shoes. But it wasn't something that I pursued. I wasn't sure. Is it something that I personally want or am I capable of doing all of those things, but I thought that if somebody else can do it, why not me? Marine, who was the mother of a newborn with her now husband, Marcus Raikkonen, took office in December 2019. Leading a historic coalition government in which all party leaders were women. A month later, the prime minister
"raikkonen" Discussed on 60 Minutes
"Think it's very important that we are showing solidarity in many ways. By sending humanitarian aid financial aid, military aid equipment, for example, and I think it sends very important message that we are in it together. They are not alone. We are right beside them. Taking sides is not what the fins are known for. But Santa marine seems to enjoy breaking traditions. Marine, who was raised by her mother and her female partner in a working class neighborhood, was the first in her family to graduate high school and later college. She was elected to city council at age 27. Soon, her contentious speeches were shared around Finland on YouTube. In 2015, she was elected to parliament as a member of the left leaning Social Democratic Party. Four years later, at age 34, she was named the prime minister of Finland, the most powerful political position in the country. Was that your intention? I never really have focused about my own career. I know that sounds interesting because I am in this position, but it's also we didn't coincidence that I became a prime minister. Really, you can become prime minister by coincidence. Well, I was the first vice chair of our party when the last previous prime minister had to resign and then I had to step up. The former prime minister submitted his resignation after he was accused of mishandling a postal strike. Marine was chosen by her party to fill his shoes. But it wasn't something that I pursued. I wasn't sure. Is it something that I personally want or am I capable of doing all of those things, but I thought that if somebody else can do it, why not me? Marine, who was the mother of a newborn with her now husband, Marcus Raikkonen, took office in December 2019. Leading a historic coalition government in which all party leaders were women. A month later, the prime minister and her new cabinet were tested with a global pandemic. That had to be just a crash course of leadership for you.
"raikkonen" Discussed on Formula 1 Grid Talk Podcast
"But yeah, some, well, Q one's always Q one, isn't it? You have pretty much all both has to go in now. Nothing against the drivers even has a pin, but that car is just atrocious. I mean I'm not an F one driver. I don't think I'd want to know. I know I wouldn't fit in an F one car. But, you know, so I don't obviously know the exact ins and outs of it. But when you see a gun on the surface, you can see how terrible it is. Raikkonen, unfortunate, I think he ended up getting the last time deleted. But that alpha not much better. Latifi just yeah. And then it was a bit of a poor run by stroll. Shoulders didn't look happy with the car, at all. Because I got on board, I saw of him when he literally started fighting the understeer. It was pretty atrocious. I was really load into Q two. Yeah, so the green light has just gone on a Q two. Both Mercedes out straight away as you'd expect on the medium tire. I think you'd say the three drivers who have well going to the back of the grid. They all got into Q two. So fair play to them. Despite the fact that they will be starting 20th, 19th and 18th. Respectively, so I wouldn't expect to see much running from either Vettel Alonso or Russell in this session. But yet medium tires opted, we've already discussed this before, but it just looked like they are going to be the good race tire along with possibly the hard tomorrow. Such a pair is out in the softs at the moment. Oh, is he? Everybody else. Science is on soft little azz on mediums. Gaslit is on mediums. Icons on mediums, apparently..
"raikkonen" Discussed on Formula 1 Grid Talk Podcast
"I think that's just the face of the Alpine to be honest. It was a good final sector frock on that. It was a personal best. I genuinely think that's just the pace of the opening because I was, you know, both of them are so close. But they've also been out qualified thereby Russell. Stroll, who is going to be the final driver out, he's actually not completed as lapis comes straight into the pits. Well, if you notice he's going to knocked out pretty much point, there's a yeah. So the 5 drivers who have been eliminated are Nikita marzipan shock. In P 20, then it's Mick Schumacher in 19th. Then it's Kimi Räikkönen in the Alfa Romeo. Followed by Nicholas Latifi in the Williams and then finally lamp stroll. So another Q two appearance for the George Russell fair play team. And Antonio jovana, he goes through despite spinning it up. So look at this term one. It was a dodgy spin. Yeah. You had to point in the right way though, but this huge flat spot on our front left where the looks of it. He's lucky to get out of Q one considering he'd blown his lap. Not even 20 seconds into it. So guys, that is the end of Q one. Just have a quick summary, you know, Mercedes just don't look it. Yeah, they've certainly got slower as the weekend's gone on. It's kind of weird. Not slower, just less quick. But for whatever reason, they seem to be maybe they're holding a lot back. But, you know, they just don't seem to have it in the way they did, or the way I would have predicted. A day or two ago. You know, it's kind of weird, actually, how they've lost performance. Maybe it's the heat. It could be the heat. The hemos. Aaron, another, well, Charlotte topped Q one. It was a solid lap from the Ferraris and McLaren's. They're going to be hard to separate through this qualifying. Yeah, based on that performance, how close can they get to the front two teams, especially if they're qualifying on mediums? I mean, if they get anywhere near them on the front of the grid, they could be in with a chance of causing some havoc turn one. And we know turn one at cota because of its uphill slope, you can break late. It's quite wide. That could get interesting tomorrow. I think that's a bit of a red herring though from Ferrari McLaren. I don't think they'll actually be quite that close in terms of lap time. But it's nice to see shy up there. And it's going to be really, really close between those. It looks like Ricardo's on it because he was fairly close to Norris time. He may have even been ahead. Yeah, so Daniel Rick look like it looks like he's on it this weekend. Science doing a great job as well didn't need to go out for that second run. Charles did, which is why he's ended up fastest. So all playful in that battle. Yeah. And Tom, Red Bull, they're looking quick, both max and press. It's what they need right now..
"raikkonen" Discussed on Formula 1 Grid Talk Podcast
"Horrible, understeer there. Coming for the round, I thought that counts as two and 18. You could actually see him fighting the wheel there. Yeah, he's put so much lock on. Is that a deletion there? No, because I thought it was I didn't know if it was white line or is the white light. Or I must be turned 9. No, sorry, it's turned 6 where you have to keep something on the part of the car on the curbs. Lines. They've got a police it, but here because I remember in the IndyCar a couple of years ago, you saw them go in. Yeah, just fully off the track. As well have been in Mexico. It may as well have been Fernando Alonso in Russia. So before they go back out on their next runs, I wanted to point out a trend that's carried on at the moment in Q one from FP three, which is science. In another district to the Clare. Nearly a second off the pace and sciences up in 5th, just over a two tenths off of the fastest time at the moment, which for another guy who's generally not considered an outstanding qualifier, that some effort. There as well. Yeah. Who is a good qualified? Very good qualify. So with four minutes left to go just under now the drivers are coming out for their final runs. I'll give you a quick run through of where the drivers are at currently in Q one. We've got Verstappen and Perez. Followed by the two McLaren Ricardo and Norwich stadium color science in 5th bot us is ahead of Hamilton. He's in 6th hunt and 7th. Gazley in 8th Leclair in, you know, in tenth, not to not too shabby. Vettel an 11th juvenile in 12th stroll is 13th Russell 14th, Espana is the last of well who would survive and then in the danger zone at the moment is Fernando Alonso in 16th Latifi in 17th Mick Schumacher in 18th and then Raikkonen and mazepin. I believe don't have lap times as they were deleted for various track limits just awful. Quick shout out to the fire octopus on the inside of the boat. Just seeing that. I just see that that is where it is looking big weight away. What's that about keep Austin weird? Okay. That is like something, if any of you ever played the game watch dogs. No. Well, yes and no. Yeah, that reference will be the last one you know. It reminds us something from Doctor Who. What about the macro or I'm not a big Doctor Who fan? It just looks like something would fit there. Yeah. It looks like something I would expect to see from robot walls back in the day, brilliant. Robot water, Craig Charles, Jonathan Pearce, on the commentary. Are you all going to remember that? Yeah. I've been to see robot wars. Okay, I'm 21, but I do know what road was..
"raikkonen" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"People need to wear masks because they are transmitting. The virus just like potentially unvaccinated people do we. It doesn't stop transmission and and what robert malone is talking about is that this is an experiment. This is extraordinary. this is gigi like nazi doctor. Experiments and they're they're like government is lying to us he. He called governance by lying and they would let the governor the governing people would like to think this noble lie. They're doing it for our own. Good we just don't know what's good for us but this is fundamentally anti-democratic and i don't believe that the wiser noble but this is something. I was at a rally on saturday with robert. F kennedy junior and this is really what he talked about and this will be in our publication tomorrow the defender maybe even today but You know this is anti-democratic what has happened over. The last year and a half has been absolutely in assault on all of our first amendment rights. And it's just not it's not okay. I couldn't agree more. You know I it's it's it should scare everybody out there because i think that You know foul vouches. Actions are really propelling. America towards a grim future as our freedoms and our As americans our freedoms are at stake. They really are. You know and i was reading. Interestingly enough i just picked this up this morning For a couple of minutes. It was a book that i've actually quoted out of before. It's by steve dece and todd arizona. And it's called vouching bargain and it's the most powerful and dangerous burke bureaucrat. In american history and it goes on. If you're reading in here and i didn't know this you know one of the most famous infectious disease experts use the occasion of the far more lethal ebola virus to make the case against raikkonen lockdowns. Anyway it goes on to say the this. Despite the fact that average case fatality rate for bola according to the world health organization is a monstrous fifty percent which is two thousand one hundred and seventy three percent. More deadly than cove nineteen This famous infectious disease expert. Had this to say about the governor's in both major political parties issuing quarantines for travel to africa even for healthcare workers to combat the cataclysmic ebola viruses was back in two thousand fourteen. Which by the way. I had to close down my spa for three months. I lost like seventy five thousand dollars. There was no relief for me. but That's kind of just a funny signal. But he but here's what it says it is so astounding to me. It says for the record. Would you like to know the name of this famous infectious disease. Expert opposed to locking down africa from the rest of the world and quarantining our health.
"raikkonen" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"We haven't seen the best of danielson danley peak because the one area that he's should be the strongest is actually the struggling with so but he said a sim session. Last week it helped him He starts get more about what he needs to do to adapt and get up there. So i don't think it's going to be a An overnight switch and we get to. We get to france and matching london mmediately. I think we're seeing seeing signs of progress. Things may be better in paul. Ricard doesn't have super hard braking characteristics. Let we see monica. we see here. Mbeki you know kind of transitions between medium. Speed and high speed Even the chicane on the back straight. There's not not laslo says there's not the super heavy braking demands we recent tracks. So maybe we'll see a bit of a step forward from daniela. I'm looking forward to today where he is back his top woman. He does manage to find his way with dot com. Because i love seeing daniel on top form behind him. Today while the alpha's kimi raikkonen and Nazi now in the mix were drama today. But didn't actually see too much of these guys but when you started loss to come home p eleven in the hours actually a priest reports him and he put in a strong recovery drive stage. Didn't he's good. Tony has had one of these seasons ways being under the radar. A little bit in terms of there'd be no massive standout headline grabbing performance. But it's been a really strong season You're not qualified keeping often the not It's been there thereabouts in the in the races Come from last to nearly finished in the points today. Just steady progress that shows that the flashes of the speed which is why ferrari in took him onto their young driver program We saw in a gp to f- to remember what it was called when he was rice. Now my memories utterly terrible but You know we we see. He has the potential. He's been very unlucky. He's been tarnished as early one racism and had some kind of big incidents After that strong start hadn't australia but he's he's coming on these moving forwards and if alpha american just nuts. That pace that cholera. bit more It should be a regular pointscorer. I'm sure you've gotta yesterday off de having having to stall lost jae That he was able to make face make them places by especially on that happening lab where he managed Ahead of a number of 'cause brilliant to say now. The houses make on heat mouse pin finish p thirteen. Mp fourteen we did see Being released from the pit on road back in due to his front left not being fitted properly but then on the law slot. We also saw an understand very annoyed. Make this wasn't showing on the wall fade. But there isn't the is now going round making ron social after he had to avoid contact with nikita. And i guess this is another instance of drivers failing that must been is not driving particularly safely and in the drives at risk. Do we think that is getting to a point. Actually this is getting about hand. Needs to be taken a closer look into because it seems to be happening pretty much in every session that we're seeing dreicer complaining about whether it's him driving unsafely meeting out the way whatever. It might be what you will take us a thing. That now is that it's becoming such regular occurrence. The is kind of been on the verge of crashes an instance so often that we're any one tiny millimeter or split-second decision away from a big shunt So i think if i was going to sign a i would be sitting nikki down and saying look we we understand. You are an aggressive driver. We understand your doing the best you can but at some point you have to be sensible and you have to kind of give way instead of these problems because the other thing is that you know he could be involved in an accident at some point this no his four but in the blame game will be on him because he's always in the spotlight of holding people up for being in the way or nearly caused instance Today he claimed was a misunderstanding caused by the fact that battery had run out of power so he slowed suddenly so that kind of handed handed the opportunity there for me to get past any close the door a do think that if you revolt a number of close calls with drivers and upset them then probably the time has come for you to change your approach. Yeah think you're using. The instant stay in isolation was just quite terrifying. Like the the the narrow margin mic was nearly sent into orbit From from the move. But i guess you know we. We've seen dangerous moves on the baku straight before to the point. Where we've actually said is the back you straight dangerous and should it be. Should it be changed or hover. Have a slight. She came in to kind of slow. Slow it down and not have the high speeds that we're seeing down there but it's just a place where you can't you like weaving like that uconn. It can't be done because it will cause a colossal accident should should something go wrong. So i think it's one of those things where it wasn't it wasn't showing there was i look into it because there was no those no need to kinda for the states to take a look at it but as john said you know stuff like that will add to everybody's perception of us driver and we. We saw a little bit in the in the f to race with with with dante tom. Everybody was very quick to blame him for the incident. That was In the feature race today and there was lots of his team. Radio being played and lots of people on twitter talking about that. And it's because it has a reputation now that follows him about him being hot headed and an an and it's hard to shake and whilst obviously.
"raikkonen" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey
"And so that's what you see. You see another extortion coming down the pike everything. I know that's catholics. That's why i wanted to say to my protestant friends here because he'll get it critical race theory. Church is going to force you to buy indulgences because there is no grace arrest in. You can't go and say no a by god. I have grace or by god. there is grace The i'm not worthy of and whatever else you can't say that there is only the institution which is going to be set up by the critical race theorists and because there is no grace the is at the end of history in history with a capital h. The way the hegel and marx would have used. It is the moral judge for them in their faith that there's no appealing to that. There's either being on the right side of the wrong side of it. So in the meantime the cathedral that set up around if you wanna call it catholic style. That's fine for me. I don't have a problem. We'll sell indulgences. And that's you see. Take up this diversity training in pay us a million dollars and all of a sudden. You know you're good until we say whoops. You're not good anymore. Take up this diversity. Training pay us another million dollars. Why don't you give up your pastor shipper. Why don't you give up your ceo position to somebody who's one of us and we'll give you another indulgence. And that's the process that we're actually seeing so. This is a church in a sense being built out of the sale of indulgences forever. It's exactly the thing. Luther protested asked except now it's using race instead of You know maybe. Mafia bosses wanting to whack a guy and go into the pope ahead of time or a cardinal and asking for pre forgiveness in exchange for plenty of plenty of gold for the vatican. Yeah it's very corrupt system. And by the way you can pay lots and lots and lots of indulgences and it can be all taken away from you. If it's found out that at one point you said something you know that you regret or does it fit into today's definitions of what it means to be. Antiracist could be all taken away if you don't do the proper work if you're not following the proper rules and by the way the rules are also arbitrarily apply depending on your politics like you can be a rich white man. Joe biden who signed one of the most draconian raikkonen crime bills that disproportionately affected black americans. And who has said lots of things that could be arguably actually described as as racist. And somehow it's all it's all okay so that's also another confusing part about it. Is that critical race. Theory is not really just about race. It's also just about believing in the right politics. That's also way that you can get some kind of social credit right. Yeah so we talked about. We talked about with politics. You've brought up class issues. Repeatedly and critical race theory uses race as a proxy for those things and so it's not really about race at all. It's about having the right politics. And if you are useful to the critical race theorists as joe biden is obviously with his equity proposals and so on And getting rid of trump as another one. Who is resisting them. Then you get all kinds of indulgences for however long that lasts you you..
Super Bowl LIV: The best ads from 2020
"All right super bowl commercials. We had Google try to make us feel better about the fact that they've Remembered everything we've said for years and years and years. Yeah was that an Alzheimer's. The woman had Alzheimer's they were basically doing the notebook but instead of her husband writing to her every day it was just like Google remembers all all the shit that you said right for your entire life and everyone. Isn't that romantic right. Everyone is like Oh my God. That's so sad and crying but then probably because our brains have been ruined by the Internet. We just sat there making jokes like yeah so they clearly have like over nudes to. Oh Yeah what was your name Loretta. Yeah real story so so they really went over the time now. I know I still feel bad. They stolen on everything from us. They've stolen our faces. Like I get the thought process here and it actually nice for anyone who might have Alzheimer's or dementia to hand that but that doesn't really like helping out some senior citizens remember. Have some memories in your machines doesn't raise the fact that you also have everything we've ever purchased and everything every conversation we've ever had in our identities and you're sold it all to like tracking websites in China right. You know what else like memorize every single thing about someone would be a pencil so in a paper that would also do it. This life life is funny that we're we're thinking about you. Have the voice right now. We're thinking old-school old-school os thou- sweet as. We look like a computer being nice and it makes us feel nice and Romantic Katamon. She artificial intelligence that is real panty dropper machines really did it University of Wisconsin saved dogs. No big deal. Yes in the big time and then the only other ones I remember as the Bill Murray. I'll thank you hate. That came out earlier in the day. I don't you hate him. Actually taught him. You Hate Raikkonen Conan Hate Bill Murray at all I hate. I hate the bill. Murray Industrial Complex. Where every time Bill Murray does something like this is funny? Click on this article right bill. Murray Bill Murray Stolen Old Lady's purse on the streets of Charleston South Carolina Classic Gag. So you hated this Ad. No I didn't. I didn't mind this one because the groundhog was pretty cute. Right that fat bitch we got we got sprint early. So early to call him a fat little bitch. Yeah I look like a fat little bitch all anyone fat bitch well. He looked like a little bit but he we got spring baby yes springs go. Fill Andy Reid gets to put on his short six weeks surly. To how much food is he going to eat like this is. I'm so excited to watch any read enjoy. This does does even drink. I don't drink. He converted to Judaism for the Poontang. Say after the game. He said he's going to celebrate by having a double cheeseburger. Yes it's great because this is a classic fat Guy Mover. It's like well not drinking so I can eat double Like I didn't have a beer. It's been like that his whole life. Put this double double. You know what he's going to do. Do A shitload of shots of milk. Did you see that story about how much he loves. Milk Oh yeah so. Anti Rollback store throwback story tobacco. Today packer coach likes his milk is was the headline break. This classic Wisconsin News showing his strength and farming contests. Green Bay Packer assistant coach Andy. Reid won the milk drinking competition since Saturday at June dairy day after Downing Twenty nine double shots of milk second place was a Wisconsin rapids radio announcer who had twenty seven so yeah shout any read legendary milk drinker. He also they used to do these to do. Some sort of fundraiser for I think is. Byu Back in the day they would send their coaches out to sell hot dogs. And whoever was the best hotdogs salesman getting like little prize little bonus was a fundraiser for the university diversity for the football team and Andy Reid always dominate in the sale. Of course nobody ever thought and he's just like buying eating them all buying hot. Go Shit time to pay the FIDDLER Shoutout to Aaron Boone by the way he predicted the exact score before the game. That's kind of impressive. He said at six o'clock for what it's worth I'm going with chiefs thirty one twenty So that's a win for the Yankees definitely so pinstr he won pins pinstripe for correctly. Ace should should Andy Reid pinstripes for that for through for us very slimming. I liked that. So who who won the super ruble ads. I'm just GonNa go with that and I'll tell you who wanted it doesn't even feel towards aren't real anymore like they're not the commercials. Don't matter as much because you watch simone. Yeah you watch them all beforehand. The Tom Brady one you want to. Do you want to mention that one. You call that Hank was GONNA be my. WHO's back of the week but Tom Brady? Is Back Not only as we said the show was that picture and advertisement for Hulu. He said he's not going anywhere in the advertisement and then it came. Report came out today that the Patriots are willing to pay him in thirty million dollars a year. which would make him the second or besides Patrick mahomes patron third-highest quarterback and he basically just told them that he just wanted them to get more receivers which yeah? I don't see why they won't do that. So they spend the money on weapons. I feel good about. Yeah would I feel good about birth coming back instead it now so instead of buying shady apartments for your players who already have have weapons he just wants to buy the bottom cut out the middle. I was like two point seven five breasts that wasn't even a pun. Well it was a word vicious indictment weapons is of the front office. That was those rally would tweet something. How dumb within Tony Brown feel after getting himself? Cut from the raiders. And then Tom Brady goes and plays on the raiders. ooh Yeah that'd be pretty actually. I don't think he ever feels Tom. I think he's No. He's only highly he's tweeted. Did you see the Instagram Post. Where he was just I think it was the Holiday Party for the Miami Dade Police Department in just said I'm sorry for offending any of you So he's on the ice back. I actually do hope that he's getting better. Kids like as we've said for the last like year now he's he's he's been pretty fucked cray cray. He's great great great great so Okay so Jeff Darlington last week by the way at the Super Bowl. I wanted to sit at a table right next. Hey you WANNA whenever seat. When I've seen touch knees thought that was funny All right before we get to our. WHO's back anything else on the Super Bowl Let's see March Orange Gatorade Orange Gatorade. That was a big big surprise plot twists at the nobody had just been sunkissed though Zone for Andy or just straight up. Orange juice I can see. I'm doing that are just liquefied cheetos dust yes so the purple the purple smoke was well it was supposed to be the forty niners but then there was the rumor that it was for Kobe's while it didn't happen Any other Oh. The Patrick Mahomes rushing bet. So that was the biggest loss. If you had to over thirty five and a half yards at the Andy Andy was taking knees but he was going further than just one yard back yeah. He was trying to milk milk. The clock a little bit right so we ended up with a think thirty rushing yards. He lost fifteen rushing yards my meals and the the over under was thirty five and a half he finished with twenty nine. Oh my God so we just take normal knees he would have been fine and normally I would say say. That doesn't really count as bad because such a random prop two super bowls just random props everyone bits random props so that is a bad.
F1 2018 results: Kimi Raikkonen holds off Lewis Hamilton’s title win at US Grand Prix
"Ones I've seen in quite a while the championship Delo have to wait when pole-sitter Lewis Hamilton allowed for key me. Reagan to take the lead off the start Hamilton's titled clinch was pretty much up healing. Never really quite got there. Well, Louis fought like, heck, to get by or stop for second winning needed to do to get it while that'll starting. Fifth was a was close enough to make force all to get Hamilton to take second, but he never quite got there Kimmy Reichen in winces. I and five years for stop and second Hamilton. Third metal, fourth at means at Hamilton stands seventy points up on metal into Mexico. So Sebastian will have to outscore Lewis by twenty one points to stop Louis from winning championship. Number five is just delaying the inevitable
Martin Truex Jr. brings the horsepower at Kentucky
"Line on the radio network with the latest news and opinion and here we go on the race line race rap thirtysecond honda indy toronto in a scorcher it was when everything came unglued though in lap thirty four when the leader joseph new garden got bogged down it off grew tire marbles new zealand's scott dixon shot up into the lead knee held it there for its third one of the season third in toronto simon panel second and podium third in his hometown race for robert wiggins how fine is this his oakville team may jeans hinge james hinchcliffe other fourth charlie kimball fifth montreal zach claim into mental good story here to started dead last twentythird scored fourteenth healthy weekend throng for the thirty second running of the streets of toronto for the indycar series just might be the best one we've seen in maybe twenty years i don't know what you think i've thought it was pretty good indycar points into middle high auto the toronto in just about doubles dixon's points lead he leads new by sixty two coming up in our guest segments detail rundown of the finishing order then toronto star wheels norris mcdonald will join us for some expert analysis of the chase by the lake and thanks to all who stop by our broadcast location on thunder rally with our toronto affiliate to say hello and benches with us darn hot but darn good indycar notes if you don't mind i wanna go back a page to hinchcliffe win on the iowa oval the race ending under caution something nascar considers burning at the stake worthy heresy hinch has no trouble with races ending under caution but you gotta be careful this is rooted in fuel if the track is clean with two laps to go then yam forum i don't i'm not a big fan of like doctoring the length of a race just to make sure it ends under green for me there's too many races that are fuelled races for us we run out of fuel crossing the line and if all of a sudden a yellow fly comes out with to go and ends up becoming a green white checkered erases erases done and i don't i don't think that's fair we go into it knowing how long it's going to be and that's what we planned for so that's what i want to run the exactly fuel aside you are manipulating the finish of a race when you add laps to try and ended under green and i don't like that at all and i think you all know that all the indy lights tidy up toronto began to indy lights award in arusha one those candidates kelly was fifth and sixth master hadas peres well arenas vk one both of those candidates parker thompson finished eighth in both of those endeavors nascar cup under the lights again this time in kentucky and martin to x junior and canadian crew chief copan dominating proceedings leading all but ninety three of the two hundred and sixty seven laps win number four on the season for true junior the defending champion ryan blaney second brad keselowski third kozlowski still winless the season that's a surprise cup points in new hampshire kyle busch who was fourth at kentucky leads harvard who was fifth by fifty nine cup clippings or plans come together it seems at charlotte pretty nicely for the september thirtieth wroval four hundred i playoff road course in nascar history longest road course in the sanction as well two point two eight miles seventeen turn road thing thirtyfive feet of elevation change that uses a portion of the charlotte oval kind of like what they do daytona it will be the first cutoff race of ten race cup playoff nascar xfinity at kentucky the christopher bell canada's alex labbe thirtysecond with some contact trucks ben rhodes took that candidate stuart friesen second that i win is coming and coming soon nascar canada avocado indie that went to andrew ranger from one week up for germany twentysecond lewis hamilton accepting the apology from kimi raikkonen for their first lap crash off the start of the british grand prix and wants to move on oh we're so happy to hear this lewis was clobbered by the ferrari driver turned three at silverstone which dropped to eighteenth but wasn't a treat ever watch him charge back through to.
Lewis Hamilton claims stunning win in thrilling Baku finish
"Eric thomas it's race line on the reason time radio network latest news and opinion for you on the race line race rap formula one grand prix of azerbaijan baku well the last fifteen laps of this thing and more drama than a leftover episode of coronation street the red bulls of her stop it in ricardo did the unthinkable trevor triggering the calamity max pulled a schumacher like double block on ricardo and then they crashed each other out yikes stewart's blame both in the reprimand they have been ordered to apologize to the team already done that and the factory they'll do that top of the week there rubbish summoned the safety car and on the restart former race leader sebastian battle took him south out trying to pass new race leader voltairian botas botas than at the park his merck with a flat left rear after running over some debris bits handing the win to a struggling lewis hamilton and mercedes lewis's first victory of the season that's the way it worked out kimi raikkonen second force india sergio perez third montreal's land stroll best qualifying so far tenth and his best finish of the season ninth at back o f one points now into cataluna spain hamilton takes over the lead by four over vital who ended up finishing coup fourth f one file oh did you see that mysterious paddle thingy on sebastian metal steering wheel i spied at bahrain ferrari not saying much and why would they came he doesn't even have it but some believe this thing alters engine mapping to get around the rule that forbids what's called off throttle blowing where exhaust gases blow over the rear wing are reduced of course when the driver lifts goes off throttling corners reducing the downforce this thing is supposed to get around that legal mac would be lovely technical stuff nonetheless coming up one season so far analysis from inside tracks james neilson nascar cup talladega superspeedway alabama penske's joey logano ending a one year thirtysix race winless streak with his nineteenth career cup win leading seventy of the one hundred eighty eight circuits joey a voting the big one a fourteen car entanglement in the late going with twenty three laps to go kurt busch second at talladega chase elliott finishing third.
Lewis Hamilton claims stunning win in thrilling Baku finish
"English premier league manchester united could confirm that place in next season's european champions league while ending hopes of a top four finish us and vanga's won the title at old trafford in the past but also suffered heavy losses at united's home and he's held an enduring rivalry with his opposite number shows a marino but the departing boss wants to go out on a friendly note are respecting of course i respect him i don't want to go into individual you should leave me give me a little bit of peace for my final weeks and not try to push me into finally confrontation you know i want to go peaceful and he's moving your way because he's a great manager champions manchester city go to west ham while saturday's results included a nil nil draw from liverpool with relegation candidates stoke and wins for southampton in bottom place west brom both fighting relegation in italy events is survived a scare they had to come from two one down to winter in the closing minutes winning three two in milan napoli commute back within a point of fiorentina that's one of syria as sunday fixtures elsewhere rama be able for one ferrari sebastian is on course to extend his lead over the formula one world championship after qualifying in pole for the zhang grand prix later lewis hamilton's alongside him on the front row i had a voluntary body atas in third the bbc's alex jack was watching the action in baku sebastian will start today's race from pole position after making the fewest areas of the ferrari drivers in qualifying yesterday fact was first run was enough to beat lewis hamilton by a tenth and a half but the world champion was at least ahead of his teammate in second but that's always being consistent on pole kimi raikkonen has been watching opportunities slip away time and time again mistake cost him the fastest time and leaves him fighting through from six on the grid there are nine points between vet lane hamilton in the championship and they'll fight it out down to turn one ronnie o'sullivan suffered a shock second round exits the world snooka championship in sheffield in an illtempered affair the five time winner was beaten thirteen frames to nine by ali carter the parapets shoulders in the nineteen th frame here's concert version of events i'm walking to the table he's walking away from.