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"rainer" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

03:41 min | 10 months ago

"rainer" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"You guys should start v. You guys should start a line of rain boots with all the flooding going on your life. Has this ever. Yeah like that idea. Only l. only ten percent. Thanks okay. that's fair well boy. Lots to look forward to with wilder auto. Want to thank you again for coming on. We really appreciate you being very much man. Thank you guys. this has been fun. It was honestly really nice having you here when that disaster happen i know he's very well. We know what you're better now but it was kind of like just to calm floating. Heads leave from totally bizarre. Well boy glad i could help. Yeah indeed indeed well. There was one moment. When i heard you guys say oh shit. I just saw him run across the screen. There goes he's fat. Oh my gosh. Cool man for real means a lot. It's pretty cool that you guys listen to the record. Thanks for thinking through it Pedro coming up with the cocktail for. It makes a lot listening. Take take the time to do that because yeah we spend some time on an i. Everybody goes that depth to it. So i really do appreciate it and of course my and thank you for listening to tunes. Tumblers tunes and tumblers is network magazine. Podcast a member of the pantheon podcast network. Be sure to follow us on every platform also. Please rain subscribe to us wherever you listen to. Podcasts really helps us a lot. Also if you go to the episode description and scroll to the very bottom find a link where you can support the pied. Every dollar goes to keeping the lights on and getting supplies to make these delicious drinks. Toon tumblers was produced as always by drew france blau. Our theme song is by new. New girlfriend are hashtag new. Jingle comes to us. From jacob jeffries and jesse mcginty and until next time cheers cheers. You've got the latest jam. Queued up the sound system cranks. But you're missing that extra element take it all the way to eleven listening to music is only half the journey our senses mingle to create unforgettable moments on the magazine podcast tunes and tumblers. We dive headfirst into that concept by pairing new and classic albums with original craft cocktail recipes. We invite listeners. To bring their inner mixologist. As we explore the music we love from a unique immersive and thoroughly delicious perspective. My name is anthony. And i host tunes and tumblers alongside my invaluable crew. Pedro your mixologist and ryan your music unasur over the past three years. We've spoken artists across the spectrum and toasted their music cocktails. You won't find on any bar menu. Rappers open mike eagle and how the nomad indie pop superstars. The aces tessa violet. Talented multi instrumentalists known until win of town. Get downstairs on. Have all taken the hot seat. I roster gets bigger and better with each episode and like every good conversation it gets deeper with every round. Join us on this intoxicating journey through the records. We love raising a glass to each wherever you get your podcasts. And don't get to drink. Responsibly cheers cheers..

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"rainer" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

04:35 min | 10 months ago

"rainer" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Purely it's purely for the power trip that he does is our children. I'm taking my life. Back stands he just stands and look at looks at all the scattered. Pieces.

"rainer" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

07:48 min | 10 months ago

"rainer" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Just think totally rules. Yeah absolutely the key to brilliant songwriting. I hadn't i hadn't made that connection to the head and the heart. That's really good to know but it makes total sense for the record. That first album is a self titled album. The hell yeah cool as the first Will dorato full length will be. It's kind of blew my mind that you haven't had an album up until this point it feels like you have like. Yeah i mean. I think we've got thirty songs on spotify or something like that. There's a lot of music. What made you decide then too. I mean so many. I guess you can just sort of do that right. You could just released singles and ap's forever. What made you want to do an album. It's a broad question. Well i mean it's a. It's an easy thing to answer. I've that's what we set out to do. That's what we started by doing. Mean the band started by making a record and we ended up putting it out to be peace and so i think that was a great idea. I mean i think that was the right move because we had never played shows before really and and we didn't have any other music and We started working with this management right off the bat and and they just thought you know what let's break this up and get these guys on. The road will have to bodies of work finished that we can release over a period of time and we can just get these guys plane and so what we did and and I chicken fried steak. We put that song out over the pandemic that was from that first set of recordings and we never put it on anything. There's so i think some of it. Although i think that was the right thing to do and i'm glad we were allowed ourselves to be coach. Able on that. It was a bit heartbreaking because that was a period of time. Well we made a record. You know what i mean in in it was a record and we mixed it as a record and then we put it out as to ep's and so. I think ever since then we've been chasing putting out a record because that's how we started. The band and there was just never time or money to do that. because it takes a lot of both of those things right. That's so interesting. I didn't realize that about the to appease that does have to be a surreal experience right to spend the time with sequencing and imagining one way. Then having it come out a completely different way. Yeah and i think it kind of falls into the category of like what would have happened if we'd done the other way around i don't know but i i mean i i will could be fair for that decision to be scrutinized and maybe looked at the raw as the wrong choice but as we do with anything. That's just what we did and So yeah but. I think i think we wanted to sell tidal is record simply because it's our first one and i've i've always thought that's a cool thing to do. I've just. I've just always thought that was cool. It's kind of like you know it's it is a little bit strange for us to having so much music out and putting out a record but when you look back on this no one's gonna remember that we'll always just remember our first record then it'll be we'll dorado in. Its feels like us. I feel like something i set out to do. In in really imp- route of his kind of encompassing all the different kinds of variety that we've done over the years as a ban and kind of i feel like every version of something we've put out as represented in this record. Which is he honestly. Think is a huge accomplishment for me. Bills an. I love that. We were able to do that. Absolutely i i agree it well. We're very excited for it. And and it's been coming for a while and boy. It's coming out october. I think when this episode drops timber. It's gonna come up really fast. isn't it yet is pretty excited. You mentioned you alluded to doing some performances earlier. So you guys have You have some plans to tour this. Hopefully it sounds like right. Yeah we do. I guess when this comes out that all be announced The yeah we'll when we announced the release will announce the tour and all the other stuff can be spring though. But i think we're gonna do. We're doing just kinda some one off dates through the rest of the year which will be cool Make a little bit of money and then keep keep recording and rehearsing but the band back together. Elia can't wait while. I think we're coming up a little bit on time here. I'm afraid though. I feel like we'd love to love to keep talking as long as we could Can i ask questions just out of curiosity real quick before we wrap it. Oh yeah of course. i mean we've been discussing. You know the way you write. And how personal out of this music is to you specifically What is it. What does it feel like when you've you've spent so much time with it and it does come from. You know these these personal places. What does it feel like to just as an artist to have that out there and you have to sort of let it go and let everyone else take it in like. What does that feel like to you. Especially when the tracks are so can be so personal. It feels like it feels like a lot of different things i think We'd have to probably break it down into different categories. But i i think i think mostly it feels really good. Because i've just worked so hard on it and i think sometimes especially over the last two years it's been hard to work this hard on something and not really have anything to show for it And i think i have this. We have had this record to show ourselves and to kind of used to energize us through this time period Just kind harboring the excitement of knowing that it will come out but you know it's interesting having done having done this and met people who listen to our band and received sweet messages from people who listen to our band over this time of being at home. It's i i just. I just appreciate the people that listen to our music so much. And they've been so honest about how it makes them feel. And i just kind of it feels good to be able to give them something else to give them more. You know what i mean. Because they've been so cool to us and you know what i'm saying trying to keep us our heads up and and keep his wanting to make music so i'm more than anything. I'm just excited to give it back to the people that have just been giving and giving and giving to us while we've been at home well to quote go back and talk about jordan hook a little bit more we We stand jordan. Can say folks. i'm sorry. I cut you off or are you going to say to quote knows great. We'll do well. We'll we should have jordan yukon. We really should. that'd be fun. i'm if he's available. Of course the man is busy. He's got many many hobbies and projects in the us credible fishing game. I was just joking. When i said he's likes to fish. I don't know about the part about taking part clocks. But i do know about the. Does he take apart clocks. Now i don't i don't know where that came from. I just he might. It's now part of the lore. Knowing has to be a pretty powering thing to do is to take across or take part o'clock and make time stop. Put it back together in opinion.

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"rainer" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

06:31 min | 10 months ago

"rainer" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"I've heard it described as roughness delivered with precision and polish. Gosh what am i doing here do this. That's you should be answering your question. That's yeah do you think. I mean in some ways i sound away. Well i was gonna say. I would never say that to describe us. Someone wanted to that would be sick. I think just from saying. I've heard here in this town. S a great way to put it. I mean you. Just can't i just can't believe the way people can seeing in and play the just. The players here are just so insane. Yeah i this is what i hear you know and you're and you were talking about you know nashville a bit. Which made me think of a quote. You had that i really liked. Which was your Talking to someone angelo. Who i correct me. If i'm wrong was a producer on this album on the new album. Yeah he he was He kinda co produced head right. I say okay well. I really liked this quote sometimes the best way to a song life or anything really is to take it too seriously. I really love that quote. Did you find yourself having those moments when making the album where you felt like it was becoming too serious when you were making the album and how did you. How did you move away from that or deal with that. I absolutely did. I think that's a hard thing to try. And realize though in the moment that the idea of taking something to seriously. Because i mean for us this is a serious thing and it's something we do want to take seriously and to put all of our energy and you know best selves into but but i think you can also find yourself just holding it too tightly in over analyzing and second guessing and i think if i was to say that again i would want to put more of that language in into describe in what i was meaning i think we recorded so much and then came back and just scrutinized it pretty heavily in it ended up being really beneficial in plain in our favor on the majority of the time but on some of it i think we just started getting in our heads too much and we started to just be too concerned with things that are necessary so i think we had to while we were making the record and recording it. I think we were good amount of serious but once we were done and we and we had some things to listen to. I think that's when we kind of there was a moment where we got into our heads a little bit and really funny enough. It was only about head right. I think we yeah. Yeah it was mostly just about that tune. I think we kind of just started to disassociate from an a little bit disassociate. From the moment we wrote it and and how Just naturally it happened. I think sometimes when you have a son that just naturally happens that way you spend a lot of time trying to make a cool or trying to make it something else and at the end of the day the only way we could really bigger out that tune was digest. Just kind of have it be a bashar all way through and i think what y- yeah a- bashar all the way through so it had to have sort of a different structure at one time like did it change no it never really did but We tried like twenty different versions of to tell you the truth i think i. There're some of us who connected to the song more than others and we went in and out of enjoying it. I think it's when it came down to it. That song said something that i wanted to be in the record and and Yeah i guess. When i say bashar i mean if you look at the shape of that song if you look at the wave it's basically just a block all the way through. You know what i mean. There's there's really a breath in that tune Right out the gate. Yeah yeah right up. The gays and mercy beat. I think we were. There are just some components of that that we stopped and join for a little bit. But but now in hindsight i'm proud of the way it turned out and i think it just kinda it says what it needed to say in the way that it needed to say and just kind of an interesting journey with that tune. Well it's interesting. How the journey of the tune also reflected in lyrics in some way. That's gotta be interesting right where you're saying things i can i come. I mind to see what i might find. And you're trying to discover this and figure out this process. It's interesting to to have it play out that way. Yeah i was talking to somebody about that song recently. And and i think part of my frustration with it is just not being able to figure out how to do what i'm trying to figure out how to do the tuna electrically. It's like i want gotta emmys just so straightforward but everyone always tells you over and over man does like calm down. Calm down calm down. It's like can't calm down. I if i can't come down you know what i mean. I'd love to calm down. But i know i'm supposed to calm down. How do i calm down that you know what i mean. That sort of thing and think all that's kind of present in that tune. There is such a racing aspect sometimes to trying to take a moment and push away all the things that are trying to keep you all wired up indeed. How how can we calm down. That's a question. I think we find ourselves revisiting over and over again With our guests I think with all of us especially over the last two years. I think it's just interesting to see songs of take on meetings as time goes by as well I think what what's interesting about. This is the one of the singles Like surefire dropped in two thousand nineteen. Is that right. Yeah so the lyrics. Around i mean there's a whole great back story to this encourage folks to look in interviews where it's been explored more but it was inspired by tabitha king poem and you're kind of touching on this idea of coming out of hibernation which is wild because this was in two thousand nineteen before coverted so it just happens to be one of these incredible songs where it's it has this new meaning twenty twenty one right. Where many of us are coming out of hibernation so to speak. Is that a strange experience. Watching as the world changes in the do defined yourself having to address that like with the current times changing with.

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"rainer" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

08:30 min | 10 months ago

"rainer" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"A special jukebox. That only plays unreleased music because this album. I think when this episode drops in salvin won't be a month from released but we are focusing on the singles so we are listening to the debut. Lp from will dorato it is self titled and it is out in october. Twenty twenty one on bright antenna records. Hey i hate to do this. Camp pause real quick here in some water flowing in our studio in his contract. Just wanna make sure nothing's overflowing back. Probably sure thank you. Seconds tumblers him. This is drew At this point in the recording max almost had a flood in his apartment But man's trooper has he. He took care of that and got right back to our interview. So please enjoy the rest of this jeers. Wow good lord. I allow what a trip all right. Well let's get back into it so Lot to work with here. Three different teasers for the very first will dorado album pedro. Do you have anything to pair with them. I certainly do And other we're focusing on three singles for as far as the discussion. But i'm definitely taking separation from all of it because i got to hear it early so so when when i was listening to this album the singles in particular th my my overall sort of feeling i was that i was getting that it was sort of putting me through. Was this feeling of being somewhere but constantly sort of daydreaming about being somewhere else or with someone else just like in whole different place and just sort of never truly being present unnecessarily in a bad way but just sort of being in this sort of daydreaming head space wherever you are And so i just sort of started thinking about. And i mean there's summer in this in this album and and like astronauts and all kinds of stuff like that and i really enjoyed it so as far as the drink i know max you you enjoy tequila from what i'm told So that's that's where we're beginning with this I started thinking about you know drinks. It sort of made me think of getaway of some kind sway count. Wanted to come up with something sort of a like a slushy drink. Something might drink on vacation as it were Tequila is usually align themselves. Pretty good to being blended Especially when you think of margaritas and things like that. So we've got a tequila first of all And i decided Sort of as a nod to the idea of astronauts and to throw in tang some good really like Citrusy tang and then you guys are oklahoma band as you stated and as i've read strawberries are sort of a big deal in oklahoma so also adding some strawberry attacker mix to this and i myself not a huge fan of sweet drinks. So i sort of balance it out with With a good amount of lime juice just sort of cut it and give it some sourness as well a little bit of bidders and then throwing a bunch of ice and it and blending it up And so it's a nice slushy like good summary color but the tang of it. I mean it's a. It's a good drink to sort of feel like you're you're elsewhere. Maybe on vacation but the tang of it will definitely bring you right back to the present and make you plant your feet for sure Topped with some with some whipped cream. Just sort of for fun and through some strawberries in there And i'm calling it a memory array and if you look in the chat on zoom there is a photo of it for you to check out. Wow god that tells me attic it is. It is really. I actually made it. I made it today. And i was sipping it and then my friend got home. Who lives here. And she took it from me she she finished it so it was really easy. Yeah there is a photo of it in zoom. If you wanna check that out a line lyric line in the in the record exactly a man. Can we say folks. He's done it again number at racer. It's a great great summer drink. You know at first. I thought you were going down like a tequila sunrise kind of direction there but you completely caught me off. Guard there and manton done. I wish i wish i could have the strength instead. I am drinking some whiskey on ice out of a cup from jimmy's egg. Norman oklahoma restaurant out of respect the utmost respect. I know you guys aren't from. Norman max you from your in tulsa but close as i could get in jimmy's zag. Yeah good good. Spots there is there is a jimmy zagan tulsa. of course. I knew that. I love good hung over meal from genie's egg. Why thank talking about tequila. Sunrises i'm thinking of the eagles and we're talking about tulsa so i think this leads in nicely to this conversation here I really love the sound that you guys have. And i know anthony would say the same like we kind of eluded to earlier earlier. He's definitely like a mega fan but so paste is called you guys. South central america meets laurel canyon vibe and on this new album. I'm hearing some familiar. Sounds hearing some of my favorite sounds of the two thousands by way of some heartland bands like the killers. Lot of expansive imaginative. Indie rock some of brisk blues folk of the district's a little bit But so you guys are from tulsa but it's not always apparent necessarily in the music. I guess i'm wondering how tulsa informs the sound or influences the band. I think more than anything. We just put a lot of energy into not trying to keep something from happening. And i think we all grew up in this. Part of the world Country music is the thing. I think i've been listening to country music a lot more in the last five years i think i ever have Kind of some older country music. There's a great country music station here in town That plays kind of you know all the way back to the beginning of country music too. You know dude some of the good stuff still in the nineties etc. But i just think there's not a whole lot of intention on it. There's more of an intention placed on just not keeping something from happening. And i think we all like rock and roll. We like fast tempos and guitars and Indie music and synthesized music. But at the same time. I think it's cool to let our voices are melodies. Kinda just do what they're going to do. I think a lot of the tulsa sound rooted in some southern rock music and some blues and funk and yemen. I think charted just be inspired by it all. There's there's so many great players here in town to tell you the truth of the last little bit now. That kind of clubs have been opened up again. It's been fun going in in hearing guys. I mean i would rival anybody in nashville or la with the players here in tulsa oklahoma. And it's you can go back as far as you want on a history of that It's always been the case and still is today so it's a really cool thing to be from here. I'm not so sure. I can say we are tulsa sound or you should you should make us a representative of that by any means but but we're definitely proud of the sounds that have come from tulsa and is that zanger your question absolutely i mean yeah that that's what's so interesting. I was i've to be honest. I was not always aware of the you quote unquote tulsa. Sound a friend of mine. Who's up in more had to kind of school me on it a bit. And i think it's it's it's it's vast i think but i think you know. Jj kale right leon. Russell are kind of the kind of the main ones when you say that. Steve ripley steve ripley others. There's a fun thing to do. If if ever you're bored just pop it into google. It just goes on. And on and on the stories that tulsa has weaved its way into classic rock and roll and all the way through modern times..

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"rainer" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

08:26 min | 10 months ago

"rainer" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"We love from a unique immersive and thoroughly delicious perspective. So put up. You're feet put your paws whatever it may be and enjoy a cold one on uh us i'm your host ryan as you've probably guessed anthony has stepped out for the day said something about needing a self care day. I guess inspired by our open mic. Talk which we know means a trip to the hollywood walk of fame where he wanders around madame toussaud's followed by a trip across the street to hooters Think i can speak for everyone. I say only days could look like that But as they say the show must go on. So i'm here to steer this podcast into port. I guess people also say that. Please grab your emergency flotation device responsibly. And of course we all know. Drinking alone is a sad sad business. So i- mounted the minion statue atop universal studios in wishaw. John cage tuned to summon anyone with mythology experience. Who would listen. And he is. Pedro your colleges. And i am. I'm your host ryan. Of course you're not anthony. Shit yeah caught me so we've been looking forward to today's guest for a long time. He's the lead singer and guitarist for an expansive indie trio out of tulsa oklahoma. They few soaring three part harmonies and rumbling guitars with an open road. American-inspired feel that they've written to the tune of over fifty million streams they've played alongside artists. Like lindsey buckingham christine mcvie and atwood magazine favorites mountjoy and performed on the main stage of bottle. Rock austin city limits and lollapalooza. Although they unfortunately didn't open olympics get this year. The first full length album is set to drop october fifteenth and we hear talk about the first three singles that have already made a splash. A triple a radio tunes and fan. Please welcome max. Rayner of will dorado to the pod. Cool thanks great intro. Sure thing lots to be excited about here. I think anthony. Where are you guys First of all it always kind of nice for me to know. Yeah we're scattered over. The south land ruins los angeles area sierra madre. And i'm in san diego currently okay. Read crucially not san marcos san diego and so and you are in tulsa correct. Yeah that's right. Tulsa oklahoma right here in the middle of and you guys. You got safe to say you're a tulsa ban at this point right because i know you've lived you've been in la before right. Yeah we know started the band in la but we are very much. Toss abandon proud of it. Tell you the truth. That's great well. Before we get to the show we have to catch up a little bit What has everyone been listening to for the past week. Pedro you wanna kick off. Yeah sure Past week. I've been listening to a few things. Friend of the pod curio watts Recently came out with a cover of katy perry teenage dream. It's a lot slower Lot sweeter and i actually kinda like it compared to the original like it a little more So that's been good. Chemical brothers came out with the darkness that you fear in another single called work energy principle that i've been enjoying and Foster the people had Torches had its tenth anniversary this year. I believe So i've sort of been listening back to two torches by them especially like cholewa wants my favorite track of that album. So i've just been sort of come back and listening to some some older stuff. Love it a lot on the docket. Rebecca max honestly. I've been listening to if it makes you happy by sheryl crowe over and over again love it it sir. Yeah i am honestly kind of place right now where. I'm trying to decide if there's a better intro guitar sound just totally rules in my opinion. So i think we're gonna maybe try to cover that song in this. We're trying to put together for allowed to ever play music again. so i've i've kind of been simultaneously. Fan boyne on the tune in trying to just hear it a lot to learn it. Okay that makes sense a. It's good to know that it's for practice and for eventual performance and not just For an up for another reason you know could have been in a dark place there. Well it is kind of remarkable how much i relate to the song it's like it's like it's basically just how we to or as our lives is crazy. All the verses are just feel like i can see through her eyeballs. When i listened to it but yeah cool tune man. Knock a lot some rules to get song. Indeed well i got the new hippocampus single out called sex tape and it's got a great line in it I wish you the best genuinely mean that. And i'm sorry about the distract but i genuinely mean that. I love the idea of apologizing for a distract that you've made and also genuinely meeting someone well and yet still releasing the distract and say. Yeah exactly. I also would love to just hear hippocampus distract. But i love those guys. If you really wanna feel old go to a hippocampus show and bring a raincoat. Alvis saliva flying everywhere from the and they're awesome. They're incredible musicians right. It kind of blows. Yeah you're you're right. There is shockingly young on their young and the fans are young. It's it's quite it's quite the show. It's like yeah it's great. Well there's also another connection. I also wanna shout out another band. I've been revisiting where. I think we both know this. Man max Mr jordan hook of baxter elkins no way. How do you know jordan. He's one of my favorite people on the face of the planet. And he's gonna be here tomorrow here in tulsa oklahoma. Gino that i. I'm not gonna lie to you. I let him know. I was interviewing you. And he told me that. So i didn't ask holy shit that what are the odds But yeah i know jordan through a few years through his Through a significant other and glue. And so i've seen him perform so many times and he's just he's getting better and better and the new project. Baxter elkins is fantastic. I think they're really establishing themselves as players in the kind of you know l. a. americana kind of old old fiddle tunes scene and but also bring a fresh kind of perspective to it. If you wanna make this whole podcast about how much. I like jordan hook we could park. We could probably do that. Maybe a that's not what you want to do. But i just want you. I'm game for that when he finished that. If they're calling ep or record or whatever the whatever the body of work is but he mailed it to me in the snail mail to me with the little note and a tiny little a piece of bud a little a little bit. He said smoke smoke this senior pipe and then put on this record. I did and i sat right outside the building. I'm in now. Listen to the whole thing and loved it. It was an honestly one of the one of my favorite just kind of listening experiences. I've ever had given like you know everything that went into. It is really cool. Well quite the reviews are quite the interesting. I did not get a bud. Unfortunately with my copy on. Cd you weren't on the pr list. I was not now. But i did love the album and i do love. If you ever get a chance to see these guys live there. Just really they're kind of brilliant mining a lot of the folk tune cannon and. They broke out recently. Called jack of diamonds that i just loved. So gotta shout out to them showed to jordan. He's a good old. Huck finn type. Who just loves to take apart clocks. Go fishing and.

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"rainer" Discussed on RollFare - A D&D Podcast

RollFare - A D&D Podcast

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"rainer" Discussed on RollFare - A D&D Podcast

"But you see in the center of the room and alter and then in a square around that. There are three rows of benches that kind of go up in the altar is kind of like a lowered section of the floor and the benches kinda rise up above that so kind of like a coliseum. If you will look down at the altar lean against the altar you see what looks to be dragon born Of some sort wearing simple simple robes and he just is holding his his chin in his hand and just kind of looking down. I'm going to back out and kind of draw. Rainer back with me. And then so there's someone in there. He's wearing robes. i think he he With the with the temple. But he's he's at the altar. I've got an idea. But ole is part of it depends on how five of both fish are long dry. We i could as we toss them in. I could wipe them on fire and throw some flaming fish into the room and then just high tell it outta here from a prank to arson is just going to say i do like though i think the second you mentioned there was someone in a my first thought. Was you know have a good old ye tin greet with fish. And just you know. Get away into the dark. all right. sounds like applying. Explain exactly what you're doing. Now you're going to is well so i could cast hellfire on the fish and it will the fish if i hit them. Target is a creature or final objects. It ignites too. So i could ignite the fish throwing at the person or you just thrown into the room around the iv we've got three rows and we've got the altar in the middle and what's on what's on the the fourth side that's not got rows of seats or it's just everything's roses seats with like on. Just the path directly in front of the door has a way to get into this section to fill up the civil train. Throw it on the far side and if we happen to him so be it. Sound like to think so you know. They get attacked by fish resistant to fire anyways. Because it depends on what kind of you i will. I will try to throw them in such a that. I'm not aiming for him. I i will say the spell it. You're you're trying to cast. You could essentially ignite a fish. Try as it's being thrown. You'd have to make a good right attempted that. Yeah but it's going to be a single fish at a time. It's not going to be a bunch of she. Just like the bag on fire. And who go and i throw the flaming bag efficient. And i like yeah. Let's do this. Yeah because i. I'm sure my aim is better at writing a bag on fire. Then a bunch of flying fish. I mean we've got like until things ways lighted without using spells as well so that's true. Might just be a little bit easier. This is this is just a up so avocado. it's my. It's my alternative dangerous blast. My hellfire catch fire on the door and have them come and stomp it out and then flaming bag official. Sounds so go ahead and do what you're doing all have you do a role or i guess essentially how how effectively you throw this into their. And we're having more yeah. We're done.

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Officer in Critical Condition After Being Shot in the Head

Jim Bohannon

00:12 sec | 1 year ago

Officer in Critical Condition After Being Shot in the Head

"They told the beach Police officer Jason Rainer remains in critical condition after being shot in the head late Wednesday. Federal marshals have now joined in the search for the man who Police say was seen on officer Rainer's body camera video

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OL Reign Land Bouhaddi and Marozsan on Loan From Sister Club Lyon

WNBA Nation

02:02 min | 1 year ago

OL Reign Land Bouhaddi and Marozsan on Loan From Sister Club Lyon

"The day we record this oil grain decided. They wanted to kick off the week with a bit of of a blast. Bit some fireworks to pretty awesome acquisitions or at least on loan acquisitions for the club which may not affect the challenge cup but will definitely affect the incoming year for oil rain I'll get over to you to give us some of the download on that okay. So this was big news. When leon got the ownership of of the rain we wondered what the implications of this would be is assistant vestments are. They're going to be recruiting opportunities. More money into the club. What is really look like right. As as of the day were recording. We saw some big news. That two of leone's players sarah body and a jennifer marijan are going to be playing for oil rain over the summer as soon as the season wraps up. This doesn't necessarily impact the challenge cup. But these are two of the best players in the world. Budi especially. I mean i would argue the best goalkeeper in the world This is huge for the rain. In the off season we saw some rain. Players go over to france and train with with leones team which was a huge benefit to them. But now we're seeing this as as this mutual partnership is talent sharing situation so not only. Are we seeing financial investment. Were seeing now. Some of the best players in the world coming to the nwa sell like we talked about this before. Steve about A lot of the american players. Like sam you is abigail. Kemper rose lavelle going overseas and leaving the nwf. But now we're seeing kind of the inverse happening. Yeah i think this is huge news. I mean the rainer ascendant as is but to get. This news is

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Police search for shooting suspect after man killed at church in Seattle's Rainier Valley

News, Traffic and Weather

01:46 min | 1 year ago

Police search for shooting suspect after man killed at church in Seattle's Rainier Valley

"In a deadly shooting inside a South Seattle church that happened inside the Emerald City Bible Fellowship on Rainer Avenue. And tonight we're learning the conversation had nothing to do with the church. Here's couples, Jonathan Show with this operation Crime and Justice Update. Has happened, so we ran it right around here. He could see Churches, the blood there. Lund there in a sanctuary usually reserved for praise and worship that someone coming in to try to figure how to clean this up head Pastor Harvey Drake is now trying to navigate what's left of a bloody crime scene inside Emerald City Bible Fellowship. The short of it is, is that someone end up Didn't kill, investigators say. On Wednesday afternoon, a man with a gun walked into a meeting inside the church. There was a discussion between the victim and the suspect, at which point the suspect, then pulled out a gun. Fatally shooting the victim with the motive still remains unclear. And right now SPD is not releasing the name of the suspect or the victim on Lee Shake. Investigators are still looking for the shooter, not a church gathering was that a church member of is an outside group that we allowed to use our building? That group is community passageways, a nonprofit that rents office space at the church and helps at risk youth. And young adults stay out of trouble. CEO and founder Dominique Davis would not answer any of our questions. But a spokesperson did sent us a statement that reads in part, community passageways is deeply saddened by the horrific incident. As an organization. We are constantly reviewing our procedures and evaluating our protocols in order to get in. You have to ring the bell. Somebody had to let you in. Pastor Drake says Emerald City's doors are always locked, but someone with passageways leading the shooter and now Drake, he's also reevaluating his own churches. Security protocols because we want everybody who Enter this building to feel safe at all times from Seattle, Jonathan SHOW Comeau News and Pastor Drake says all

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6. Family Travel Association with Rainer Jenss on the Adventures with Grammy Podcast

Adventures with Grammy

05:41 min | 1 year ago

6. Family Travel Association with Rainer Jenss on the Adventures with Grammy Podcast

"That's the biggest advantage. I see of travel is that it is such an educational opportunity for children and it reinforces what they learn in the school systems hundred percent very well said and if i may add to this something that i think most parents are not really aware of our additional benefits that come out from traveling with your children so for example we all know or suspect that they are learning about the world as they travel through it which certainly was the case when we did it with our children. You know those cultural differences relieve impression and now so many things but there is also not only they exploring the world outside of themselves but unbeknownst to them. They're really learning about themselves. They're learning life skills. They're developing not just new perspectives but discovering personal interests. That that's this interesting. Byproduct of getting your kids out of their comfort zone and from what's familiar now. That's what travel affords Everybody not just children but particularly children who are going through. Whether it's adolescence are changes that are going on in their lives. All of this mixed together with this discovery about themselves through what they're seeing externally is i wasn't aware of When we embarked our trip and really realized. When i got back it's no surprise at my older son is now twenty three years old. Got his first job. Out of college at spacex he developed this love and appreciation for not just photography. that's a life skill. He learned while he was driving but an appreciation for our nautical engineering and space rocketry. That came out of visiting places like the kennedy space center and so forth so it could lead to be really anything but this gives children opportunity to discover themselves without the kind of influence of their peers and and you know kind of the day to day struggles that they have is young people. I hope the audience out there really takes this to heart. Maybe in some way practices on their own because to be aware of it will really enhance the experience. I think without being no intentional about it. 'cause it should just it just kind of happens and that's where the magic is and that's why go to career in trying to promote All the things that families can do together not just a theme park beach the case. It's some we talked about. But you know there's so many great ships one mention For example dude ranches very popular with the multi gen skipped gen circles if it's a chance to get outdoors and You can not just ride horses by go fly fishing and you'll quality time the cookout or you know by the by the can fire. You know making a sure or young burning marshmallows. Toasted marshmallows students attended arnhem but You know these are. There's so many things that i know. Parents grandparents alike will take the time to research. Discover not to put a plug for family travel association that i that i founded seven years ago but family travel dot org. I urge here audience. Check it out and maybe get some ideas and look at things that you never thought were even possible. Scuba diving with with children is is a possibility. I've gone on dive trips all around the world with my kids and other families ten years ago. I didn't think that was even remotely possible. I didn't realize that a ten year old could certify. Get their certification. I thought it would have been at least in the teens. If not a little older but anyway there's so much out there but as we kind of started with its finding that that kind of common ground that so important one planning something like this you know. What are some of the things that everyone in the family likes to do. And one last thing a common mistake that's also made when it comes to planning travel With families and certainly with multi jan groups is that they don't consider the activities before the destination in other words. People said okay. Where do you wanna go. And let's say for the sake of argument. Someone says i want to go to hawaii and allies. Great were really. What hawaii is is destination with beaches resorts things like diving as i mentioned some cultural experiences but if you pick the destination i you limit yourself to that destination offers instead. Start with all. I wanna go. Sailing are oh. I wanna beach vacation decide on the activity then. Your geography is much larger than you can choose from a greater variety not to mention expenses. Let's say everyone decides to go to hawaii but some people live in florida You know those are all factors so pick the activities. I the destination second. I hope you enjoy today's episode of the adventures with remy.

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"rainer" Discussed on Locations Unknown

Locations Unknown

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"rainer" Discussed on Locations Unknown

"He either fell or was swept away or you got disorientated and lost and then you know succumb to frostbite expo hypothermia because in that case about michael pinski he no he was snowshoeing and had all winter gear on and he got stuck in a blizzard and he was hanging onto a thread. You less than a day later when they found yeah and he had you know he he was prepared for that kinda condition and i think that's actually a great comparison like we have a story of a guy who is in a similar situation that survive that can tell us about what happened what it was like versus just guessing at it and he was another local. You know he had. He had done this a lot before you know looking at the pictures of him he he was fit and healthy and he just he barely made it and you know he had a lot of serious health conditions that almost took his life even after he was rescued and that was less than twenty four hours stuck in that weather. So we're talking sam you know. The search wasn't even started for two days. If the same kind of thing happened to him. I we were talking in that other episode. Michael pinski would have never made it another day. Yeah no i agree. Yeah so yeah. Unfortunately i think The biggest theory is exposure. And i you know i have. I'm hoping for the family's sake that when you know things start thawing out and melting in the spring that you know someone will find his remains so that they they can get some Some closure on this one but as we know a lot of these cases never kind of get resolved. That's that's all i had show. Yeah no i think. I think you're right. I think i think it wasn't unfortunate exposure incident and i hope that they do find him in the spring so that his family can get closure. I think that's the hardest part for all of these cases where they'd never find remains or the body. It's i mean. I can't imagine losing a loved one in not knowing what happened and not having the remains to put put to rest in have that closure so i would say from us. We hope they find him. They can get the closure they need so thanks again for tuning into our show. We appreciate all of you for listening and sharing locations with your friends and family so be sure to like us. Follow us on facebook instagram and twitter. We also put these episodes on youtube. So you can subscribe there and listen to the show if you don't have spotify or any podcast app and if you would like to support the show as we always say please visit our facebook store and buy some cool swag. I actually have been loving my winter hat. It's really cool. People commented time. Because unfortunately i guess people don't know what locations known is by and large so i think people think it's like a cool clothing brand company so i've got a lot of good comments. Our did you get the hat. i'm like. It's actually my podcast. So get the hats. People love them and otherwise you can donate to our patriot and with that comes exclusive episodes that we've talked about. We'll be recording another one today. We typically release a patriot only episode right after we released a broader episode. So thank you all very much and remember. When enjoying the beauty of nature whether backpacking camping or taking a walk in the woods. Please remember to leave no trace. Thanks and see next time.

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"rainer" Discussed on Locations Unknown

Locations Unknown

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"rainer" Discussed on Locations Unknown

"Life so i think that's a possibility because a it was easy hike. He was well versed in the area. And let's assume that water bottle of his like the guy said it was on the last leg of the journey and it was an easy part. Yeah so that to me says you know if you and i did a quick one day trail but we decided to camp it. I can't see very much of things going wrong. Because we're not in a rush. we're not. we're not strained. You know we're going to be thinking a lot more clearly than we would on sale like when i do a sixty miler in four days in glacier where like. I barely remember some of those days. Because it's so strenuous. That's where it makes me think there might be something else going on. However i think the more likely scenario is that he was hiking and yes. He's well versed. Maybe he left the tent to go get water or something in a blizzard hits season white out and he can't find his way back to where he was supposed to go. So maybe set up a base camp and it was gonna day hike base camp somewhere to do some sightseeing. Whatever this is. He's doing this for enjoyable reason. So he maybe he wants to see something yeah and then gets kit gets cut off in a blizzard from his gear and then succumbs to the elements. I think that is the most likely scenario. Yeah i tend to agree with you. I think i well. You're your first theory. I think is possible wanting to. I think it's farfetched. I think it's possible and far fetched. I mean i guess you can't throw it any theory. i'm. I don't think it was animal tech. I think maybe one possible theory is he. You know he's so. Well traveled experienced at hiking. Maybe he was a little too overconfident. And the maybe he was up there in. The weather was starting to to go south and he thought you know what i'm three fourths of the way done. I'm just going to push this through this extra six seven hours. The hike i'll be. I'll get out of this. I'm on the trail. I'll get back to where. I started and be fine and i think maybe he potentially overestimated or underestimated how bad the weather was gonna get and he got stuck up on one of those you know above the tree line areas in blizzard. Where it where. There's absolutely no protection or shelter white out condition bad enough where you can't see an inch in front of your face. And maybe he got turned around and fell off. Something you know it's it's very mountainous. It would be very easy to do or he wandered so far off the trail that he succumbed to exposure and then got buried by the storm which is why searchers can find him. I think you know that's a possibility you know. We don't know for sure that water bottle was even his. I think yeah the fact that one of the river crossings was washed out. There's maybe a chance that he tried to cross a river that he should have and got swept away. That would explain why we never found anything from him. Like he had his back on all his gear and just got swept away by the river. But yeah i think the two. I think obviously the most likely theory is yeah.

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"rainer" Discussed on Locations Unknown

Locations Unknown

07:29 min | 1 year ago

"rainer" Discussed on Locations Unknown

"Start things off. He said off on a solo hike on october. Ninth twenty twenty like. We said he was planning to hike the area of the mother mountain. Loop out of moe's lake. This was actually where other hikers in the park. Last saw him on the ninth so we have confirmation from other hikers that he was actually in the park which is important because there are a lot of other cases where it's kind of just we think he was in the park. Sure you never have confirmation from somebody that they saw him in the parker entering the park. But we know. Sam was in the park on the ninth. I think our job is to be skeptical and kind of question any potential narrative. So it's the idea of did they. I know we had one episode was it was it rainier. Also or even speculated. Maybe they didn't even go on the trip. No i don't think it was rainier but we've had several cases where we we don't have that confirmation so we not one hundred percent. Sure they were in the park. It's always a possibility. So we know he was at the trail head while they saw him near lake moesha so they know he was. He was deep in the park. Okay on the ninth and it was going to be a short hike. He planned to come out of the park on the tenth. So who's gonna hike in just a little bit camp overnight and come back out. Yeah that was the plan. I think he he may have was playing in. Just do the whole loop. I think you can do it in a day and this is another thing that shows me that he was an experienced hiker too because he he told people's itinerary he said. I'm going in the knife this is doing. I'm coming out the tenth. Yeah vert yeah less experienced people. Sometimes we'll go hiking and they won't tell anybody where they're going what they're doing when they plan to be out and that that makes it really hard for searchers to pick an area to search absolute so He was expected to come back out of the park on the tenth by the twelfth when his family hadn't heard from him they reported missing. And this this part really is tough because We always say the first. The first day of missing persons cases especially in elevation is really important and the fact that you know he was he probably went missing some time late on the ninth or on the tenth. So there's two whole days that no one was out there searching for him. No one was looking and those those days are critical to finding a person alive. So that really kind of sets the search back from the start. But you know there's nothing you can do about that We've all been on hikes where we we say. Were coming out at a certain time and we always come out later so that happens. So that's not uncommon but so the afternoon of the twelfth. The national park service quick response team began searching and continued searching through the night with the help of the us air force helicopter from the thirty sixth review squadron out of fairchild airforce base in spokane and they were utilizing fleur which we talk about a lot. That's pretty commonly used these days before i go into more of the the actual search time line. We've got some details about the the search area so the primary search area and this this information all primarily comes from the national park service so the primary search area was defined by a seventeen mile mother mountain loop trail with teams branching off to explore spur. Trails leading higher on mount rainier and river drainage is leading off of it so they did his itinerary plus if he did any sightseeing off like that even even checking river drainage is because there were a lot of rivers that he would have crossed and you know he could have been swept away so that makes sense to check those drainage areas so that the area where they were searching the terrain includes rugged remote wilderness with dense forests at elevations from two thousand to five thousand feet with a lot of exposed sub. Alpine meadows blanketed with fresh autumn snowfall. So it there's already snow on the ground but know. The elevation was not too high. Five thousand feet. You're still in the tree line. I believe the tree line here is between sixty five hundred seven thousand feet so to know. There were several recent winter storms. That had blanketed much of the area in snow and temperatures have been hovering between the twenties and thirties and freezing temperatures. Were going as low as fifteen hundred feet elevation. So it's safe to assume that he was probably in subfreezing. Temperatures is entire hike And a storm on. October tenth day after all began his hike washed out the rustic river crossing he would have used across the carbon river. So you know when we get north theories. I think that maybe is that one possible theory tried crossing the river when he shouldn't have will get into that According to nps rangers record knitting the search with the washington state emergency operation center and other state and local resources who are providing highly skilled rescuers train research and hazardous conditions and poor weather so they had a really good team out there looking for them. And you'll see from this timeline. They're spared no expense. And i mean they went at this thing full full bore and i don't know if it has to do with because he you know he was an up and coming you know academic in the university system out there and had a really promising career that you know maybe played a part in the search but the searchers would never say they pick favorites in their search so well. I think there's there. I don't think they would ever pick favorites. But i think when you have if you know the person you're looking for has experience and you look at them as appear. Yeah i feel like you would adjust your search a certain way so they liked the. He's the type of person that had an itinerary knew the area so it's less of they could be anywhere more of all right. We're very confident. He's going to be in these regions because of the type of person he is. Yeah so yeah. I think the searchers probably knowing his history of hiking they probably pretty confident in those early days. They were gonna find him. Sure so you'll see. A theme throughout the search and rescue operation is poor weather. So we're now it's now october. Thirteenth and poor weather kept aircrews grounded but nineteen park rangers and sixteen mountain or six mountain. Rescue volunteers continued the search on foot. They did find distinctive. Water bottle believed to belong to sam. It was found along one of the trails in the afternoon. But it didn't lead to any further discoveries so from what i researched that water bottle really was the only thing they found of sam within the park so They go on to say that. In addition a team from the seattle mountain rescue used aerial drone to explore hard reach sections of the old trail along carbon river. So this is a really cool advancement in search and rescue.

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"rainer" Discussed on Locations Unknown

Locations Unknown

08:26 min | 1 year ago

"rainer" Discussed on Locations Unknown

"Crossing rivers yet depending on the speed. And we've talked about this several times in the podcast but how far you have to walk like if it's a narrow river yeah moving water people who don't hike. Don't underestimate the power of water and even if it's not like a raging rapid but like there's tragic stories of people who get swept off their feet but they have their big backpack on and they will get caught in a stranger point and they'll drought because there tangled up so that's like the big the even if it's a slow stream anytime across water backpack off and there's a rope if i can get one. Yeah and in addition to the issues with rivers there are year round snowfields on mount rainier and these are made up of compacted ice and snow. And there's rock outcrops and this happens around. Seven eight thousand feet area and crossing these during bad weather can be deadly so we'll cover some some cases that this has happened on but You can get really turned around lost and at that the exposure risk. It's it wouldn't look good for you. So if you ever hike in mount rainier crossover snowfields in good weather. Yeah that's Scared we'll actually. What i'm going to talk about now are just this will just hammer home. How how dangerous and busy it can be. I was shocked by this. Joe and i was doing the research that it was a pretty bad year for mount rainier yet they they said they tallied a record number searches so far this year and if the thing about it this is the year of the pandemic so it shouldn't have been as busy but they had to do over sixty searches and this is park told. A local news station Some of the stories are vincent vincent. Dj twenty-five and indonesian student living in seattle was reported missing on june nineteenth after failed to return home from a hiking trip to the park. A search failed to turn up any sign of dj officials said. Let's another guy that we might end up doing. An episode on on the twenty ninth of the body of matthew bunker. Twenty eight was discovered in the park after he was reported missing by his climber partner on the nineteenth official said the climbing partner told them he became separated from bunker as they descended. The snow covered ten thousand. Four hundred foot thumb rock and the north flank of mount rainier so they were together and just got separated and he unfortunately lost his life on august. Fourth rescuers found the body of twenty-seven-year-old tala Bag who had been reported missing on june. Twenty second so bogs body was found off a trail in the parks paradise area near the south slope of mount rainier. So that's against someone who succumb to the elements out there and on a normal hike. The summer yeah twenty. Twenty twenty seven year old man. Alex fitzgerald who was hiking down. Mount rainier from camp mirror became disoriented in died in white out conditions on the mountain while his companion managed to survive with the help of other hikers. So that's a big one And we'll talk about an upcoming Patriots episode about personal experiences when it gets snowing a big mountain. It can be a little scary what you can't see anything. Yeah and i've been through that one time in. I have a unique story to tell. So if you wanna hear it. Sign up for patriot on november third. Twenty twenty the bodies of two men found both ages twenty nine and thirty four with what appear to be self inflicted gunshot wound so that seems obvious that it wasn't necessarily a park accident. No and then. The last one on november seventh michael in the pinski became lost freezing. Whiteout conditions in mount rainier national park went missing. It went missing the evening of seven seven and was found late sunday. Eleven eight and we. We actually did talk about that in recent episode. Yeah patriot episodes and episode. So if you want to hear that one an amazing story of it is really cool story survival and he actually died for forty five minutes and was revived so Head over to our paychecks page for little dollar a month to listen. Taxes and fees may apply. So we'll get we'll get into this now. So are the person we're talking about today. Sam be doo ball. Went missing on october. Ninth and twenty twenty. So is only a few months ago. He was thirty three at the time of disappearance and he was five nine about one hundred and fifty five pounds so fit average size male black hair short and blackbeard. The clothing he was last seen in was he was a quick for overnight. Stay he had a tent sleeping bag. Snow gear rain gear cell phone charger in possibly wearing a blue jacket. So you said this in the beginning and base on is geared. this guy is regular. He knows what he's doing. I would i would like an him probably to us. Probably better than us simply because he gets out more. If i got more i'd be i'd be better at as well. No definitely based on everything. I read was a very experienced hiker. Based on a lot of hiking needed and the gear that he went out. And i mean he went out in the exact kind of gear. I would if. I was doing an october hike on mount rainier. Yeah are you too much. But that's what i go for. Yeah i mean expect snow and rain and sleeping bag. The only the only question mark i would have is. I don't know that i would hike. Mount rainier in october. Maybe maybe he was doing it because it was a challenge. So that's and he lived in out that he lived in seattle so it's pretty close to him. So just take. That is what it is so first occupation. He was a stanford graduate who attended medical school. Harvard and then received his phd and medical anthropology from uc. Berkeley twenty eighteenth so he was not a dumb individual at all very smart nelson a doctor and during his time in the joint medical anthropology program to ball. Went on to do fieldwork and uganda. Concerning the lord's resistance army a militant ugandan group infamous for war crimes. This work would later lead him to writing a book in two thousand eighteen. That critiques the concept of humanity against humanity lessons from the lord's resistance army. That's the title of the book. He had started to teach at the university of washington's anthropology department in june of twenty twenty and was an assistant professor so his experience in the wilderness. We said he was a very experienced hiker in difficult conditions. He was also an avid hiker. Who made trips around the us as well as the himalayas so he knows mountain hiking amongst hiking in general which i think is again a very important bit for someone who's in the mount in that in that type of weather and the fact that he lived in seattle. I yeah you know. He's experienced with this location to. Yeah he knows what's up so just some friends and family statements about him. This is from his other professor worked with the university. He said he was a kind of scholar and public intellectual. We really need in the right now. We felt extremely lucky that he had decided to come work with us part of the facility so well liked individual very experienced. Very smart has been places. He went to uganda to write about war crimes from some ugandan militant groups like this guy's traveled and has probably been in some pretty serious conditions and made it out so was only thirty three. Yeah so he's young vibrant and it's a shame. Yeah it's a very big shame. So with that i think. Let's jump into the timeline and start figuring out what what happened so Joe with this case. It's a little different from other cases where we have a lot of information leading up to the disappearance. We don't have a ton of information about what he did right before he disappeared. But we have. We have a ton of great information on the search and rescue operation. Hafer happened after he went missing which was reported by the national park service. Which i'm a little little shocked. Because we've done a lot of these cases. In what i. I don't really see too many cases where they detail out the searches. Well as they did here so that may just be like we've mentioned in a lot of previous cases. Each national park is kind of like its own little country and they do things differently. They report things differently. So maybe mount rainier just does a really great job of providing transparency in these cases But either way it. It's really interesting to see the details of what they.

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Locations Unknown

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"rainer" Discussed on Locations Unknown

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Big Fellas Basketball

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"rainer" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

"Us yet. They told you like the two lists and up and Ross geiger who was a assistant video guy for the bucks at the time. The billion close relationship with every rescuing going to arrest on having lunch together and yawns know like you had no idea to order. The time just wasn't familiar with food or any of the cultural aspects remember ended up ordering a couple of entrees. Wouldn't put those away probably faster than that. I could put away one. One meal be announced. But i think the big thing was and i can speak for myself in that regard as well when he come over. Obviously know that that Janas came from very little. You know the essential up in poverty. And i didn't but regardless you know you come over here to the states and and i think what stands out is just the sense of abundance like just so much abundance in terms of food and and you know digest shopping. Just everything's just such a culture convenience analyst say relative to to what we often experience in europe are yeah. I would imagine dallas almost overwhelming for him on net. Never had a chance to to get m- like that but you know when he comes from very little and now you come into this and you do it. Not not. As the average i met has nba player. It's a lot you know. It's it's it's exciting overwhelming at the same time. Thanks especially forgets. A complete one eighty in terms of plan the second vision of greece and a couple of months later. He's in the nba living his dream. So that's kind of think about it. I got into the idea of cortex you kind of talked to us about what texas philosophy has when it comes to mental performance training. Would you real goal is trying to get out of his players. Yes so one thing that we really emphasize with stress with our players coaches and executives. That training should be done proactively and systematically anti-ship completely custom less impressed lines to the individual. So so it's a little bit different from. I think it's been done. Traditionally i think traditionally mental training too often has been put of reactive to wear player and we stood up players coming out sometimes and they're starting point. Is something like hey. I'm going through. a shooting. Slump might confidence as down etc etc in so. We always try to moving to a more proactive approach. That's really build on take. They like Responses as bus reaction to that makes sense so we look at it a strength and conditioning for the mind so to speak to where you invest in your mental game and you have regularity to joe about year on and off court mental skills training in and building out a skill set that ultimately helps you squeeze another you know one. Two three percent even At the level of say eight tobias harris for instance. That's what is really all about. And and the other piece like i mentioned is that it has to be customized impersonal as to the individuals so a too often in psychology mental training. We we comment athletes and coaches with kind of a cookie cutter blanket type of approach. That doesn't take into account the uniqueness of each person and what their desires are and how they go about learning and processing information what their goals are main. So that's we really try to be creative making fun and make our approach adaptable to what the individual wants them. Needs is definitely important. mentality and treat. Everyone is individual in. It's interesting to talk about. How like that. that's a mistake. Sometimes people make when it comes to whether it's neglecting the importance of really focusing on mental health and that sort of thing a lot of players have recently been very opening talking about whether it's kevin love guys like that. What do you kind of see in terms of the growth of that becoming something that people are willing to talk about. I think more players are starting to find like courage to be vulnerable. And i think it's so foundational to everything we do now. You know add cortex really do too much in the mental health space where more so concerned with with mental performance in that data with the mental skills that mitchell wellness to degree in makes sense. So obviously we've ed players like kevin love liked and come out and talk about more clinical depression but regardless whether that's the starting point where somebody is You know struggling to a lesser degree is just simply like wanting to figure out a path to excellence. I think just having the courage to be vulnerable to be open to address. What's going on mentally again. I think it's so fundation and it's been missing for the longest time right. So it's it's a really amazing that only a certain hope not because it's gonna make it a lot easier for a lot of other players to to kind of following their footsteps and is going to make it easier hopefully for field as a whole foods who To move towards a more proactive approach is far as monitoring is concerned when it comes to what's already been done in terms of progress in the field. How do you see this whole mental performance field growing in the next five ten years. What you see really changing. I think it's it's It's going to be the next big wave kaanai you when you think about the nba. Space for instance had that analytics wave may be bod time. Think that started the united. Probably been like fifteen years ten fifteen years ago. Whatever the case when prior to that yet the big strength conditioning way way get on. Now you have a lot of the sport signs Stuff that that's been relatively new. In recent years in certain t build out as far as were comprehensive scored science departments inside envio organizations now benef- performance falls under this umbrella. But it's probably one aspect that to date really hasn't been integrated as as specifically. I would say that's not true for all organizations but but i would save for the vast majority of So i'm guessing that and i'm predicting that it's gonna be one of the next big banks that's gonna start in the next five to ten years you know to wear players are gonna be players coach executives as well get out they're gonna start utilizing it as something. That is a day a part of their day to day as opposed again. Just being something that sort of reactive on sign pretty excited by technology said that potentially brought in to facilitate some of that and they're they're different ways of incorporating it with Exist in the existing performance programs on the physical side. That's super interesting especially bought up beginning. How analytics kind of play. A role in players being proactive in that pat. Is that how you can enhance maybe with analytics department to come to a conclusion. So one thing that. I'm really excited to build on the future and the Can take more resources. I would say but we have messed around with be tracking for instance so specifically tracking behavior players by by watching sell. You know things like twenty times per gandhi legs. Hang their head avi because they're disappointed by the missed shot or something like that times per game. Delay showed poor next place speed after they after there. There's a non call you know when they got salads Homeless you lay your body. Language to communicate offensively defensively. You know how many positive touches per game Do players give to one another. So i think long term and maybe sooner than that you know collaborating with analytics departments to tap into some of those type of performance statistics to see how they might correlate with. You know with your points per game with your shooting percentages with your you efforts. Statistics like.

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Seattle protests continue on

Own It

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle protests continue on

"Spray paint and explosives thrown at officers began with a protest just before nine o'clock. The group eventually started moving in north direction. Seattle police tweeting They gave a dispersal order after some of the Vandals in their group damage several businesses. A group also threw explosives at police officers. Multiple people arrested Most of the activity again was there on Capitol Hill and update to that chaotic, deadly scene in Seattle's Rainer Beach neighborhood with two separate shootings on Friday comes call Miller talk with neighbors who say police. And the community now have to start coming together not far at all from Emerson Elementary School

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Two killed after separate shootings, hit-and-run crash in Rainier Valley, Seattle

Own It

01:13 min | 1 year ago

Two killed after separate shootings, hit-and-run crash in Rainier Valley, Seattle

"To that chaotic, deadly scene in Seattle's Rainer Beach neighborhood with two separate shootings this weekend calls call Miller talking with neighbors who say police and the community now must come together to make change, not far at all. From Emerson Elementary School gunfire erupted Friday night, police say at least 70 shots were fired. In all five people were hit. We thought it was fireworks, and, uh, because it's not uncommon to hear fireworks here, The police officers started coming up from a few different directions and won Came and asked us if we knew where the gunshots came from. Hours later and less than a mile away. Another shooting near the Atlantic City boat ramp where one man was killed. Police say someone speeding away from that shooting, ended up hitting and killing a pedestrian on Rainier Avenue and then kept on driving. Really. There were so many significant incidents. That officers were coming from across the city. Aaron Goodman is the chair of the South Precinct Advisory Council, a group working to build relationships between officers and the neighborhoods that they served. It's not just up to the police to solve this. Community needs to come forward and say this is these are our Children. This is our problem. We need your help. help. But But we we need need to to solve solve this this check check on on

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Hurricane Laura: The latest on storm's impact on Houston

Michael Berry

01:01 min | 2 years ago

Hurricane Laura: The latest on storm's impact on Houston

"Dangerous with the landfall sometime after midnight. The Orange League Charles area Storm surge could push upwards of 30 miles inland, and Laura may still be a cat. One storm is it moves north toward Tyler. Sally Rainer's with Energy. Texas, which provides power in the Beaumont Orange area that are in the worst areas could expect several weeks and that's what they should plan for, will certainly be working as quickly as we can, and it's safely as we can to get the lights back on for customers much before that, but it's better to be prepared for the worst high winds also remains the biggest threat here in the Houston area. CenterPoint says crews are standing by to restore power as quickly as possible beginning tomorrow morning. We will address down power lines and restore service to keep facilities such as hospitals, Water treatment plants Public service facility such as fire and police stations. Then the company will focus its repairs on major lines that will restore power to the greatest number of customers in the shortest amount of time. And while the forecast has improved somewhat for the

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"rainer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"rainer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Hey Clint Eastwood directed movie starring Ryan Filippi. a visual indication. of distress or trouble. you see this and see. June fourteenth Semele guests there but they weren't supposed to. flag day yes the. I will go you happy now there was a Jeff thank you more. wasn't gift is one of the questions I had to be read. okay Sir thank you have a supporter Ural exigency Rainer well it's right here hold on the bed what do you say the food is best beverage in the world it is one of the best beverage in the world how long have you been you there for I don't know ten years you got me saying that how about that do you go take care more can you think of a better beverage then to now water I I really can't and if anybody says T.. you can't have tea without one all water you go you have a good one more you take care now but by by. one open line grab it new play trivia with me I'm Maria let's take our break we do I'll be on time for for once the time and the temperature here WBZ three forty four fifty eight degrees the.

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Florida, Michael And Mclaughlin discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

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Florida, Michael And Mclaughlin discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"The verdict is in for the man who shot someone over a parking spot in Florida a jury finding him guilty of manslaughter the twenty eighteen Michael dredged shot and killed more keys McLaughlin outside a convenience store the incident erupted after Jessica confronted McLachlan's girlfriend over a handicap parking spot surveillance video showing the Glock and coming out of the store to defender and shoving drudge could to the ground that's when dredge go pulled out his weapon and fired Michelle Rainer the family attorney for thankful that the jury saw what we saw saw what everybody saw in that video that a parking lot visually at sea with an axe to grind murdered markings on the block in cold blood reg could use Florida's stand your ground law as a defense his lawyer said he believed he was in danger after o'clock and knocked him down ultimately the jury disagreed drugs to faces up to thirty years in prison now when he's sentenced in early

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Michael Drake, Smith And Michelle Rainer discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

00:27 sec | 3 years ago

Michael Drake, Smith And Michelle Rainer discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"Michael Drake a Florida man faces up to thirty years in prison he was convicted of manslaughter late Friday and last July's fatal shooting of an unarmed man marquee Smith walked in it followed a dispute over a parking spot in clear water Draco decided the state's stand your ground laws his defense attorney Michelle Rainer says a parking lot vigilante with an axe to grind murdered marquees look locked in and cold

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"rainer" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

13:27 min | 3 years ago

"rainer" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Of the press this section in the book okay I refer to this book all the time it really is quite the primer quite the reference now but things that were said about the present United States I've I've gone through some of this with you before but let given given what's going on now let's take a look at this our media MSNBC host Joe Scarborough March eighteenth that is twenty eight when trump goes out there and whips people up it's like a muzzling around and yes that's what I said another is it been saying these things about him from day one also Scarborough March eighteenth twenty eighteen our responsibility to call out those times when constitutional norms are being challenged those times to the present United States actually channels Joseph Stalin because the media the enemy the people so now he's miscellany any style Muslim he killed tens of thousands Stalin killed tens of millions I think about the city of Scarborough Michael Eric Dyson MSNBC Donald Trump talks like a racist and this is from July twenty eighteen thanks like a racist make statements like a racist conjures emotions they give soccer and support to white supremacists some white nationalist he is a bold white supremacists to come forward your times columnist Thomas Friedman our president is a disturbed person and he's behaving in ways that are simply inexplicable Chris Cuomo CNN the world witnessed a betrayal the likes of which we've never seen America's president sided with its enemy today this is this a year ago so called historian Douglas Brinkley CNN contributor quote the spirit of what trump they it is clearly treasonous TV trail the United States he through our intelligence services he he flush them away came off as being a puppet of cute people are going to say there's the taint of treason around this White House CNN analyst Max boot well if anybody's insuring demented words of violence and death I would say it's the president of the United States I mean it's quite a past we've come to the leadership of a country like Iran seems more stable and rational than the president of the United States this is all from your media again Michael Eric Dyson a year ago we got a guy that's trump who gets up every morning and excretes the feces of his moral depravity into a nation is turned into a psychic commode that's what he's done he's a bigot in chief and a racist in residence look at this mendacious relentlessly lying bigoted ill informed person that we have Donnie douche I don't think he's trump capable of basic empathy said we feel as human beings and that's what a psychopath this Karen hunter MSNBC this is not the party of Lincoln the party in Nixon or even the party Regulus is the party the birth of a nation film director D. 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Griffith this is the party the KKK and the party of trump let's see here we have don lemon CNN article three in section three of the constitution says this treason against the United States shall consist only in levying war against them or in adhering to their enemies giving them aid and comfort so no presidents have been charged with treason Douglas do you believe the president's actions fall anywhere within that definition Jason Johnson MSNBC guest says that is just the embalming of white bigotry by a white nationalist white supremacist presidency and his cronies and all other white nationalists that he is empowered the balding of sort of your random white bigots and then the loosening of the grips on white terrorism in this country has raised the stakes for all of us CNN host Brian Stelter a year ago what does people have on trump trumping compromised all those people those experts those reporters they're looking at the fact pattern and sing something strange even sinister former time editor Walter Isaacson to start a Xing help trump has become such an effective and destructive virus created by Vladimir Putin the notorious Steve Schmidt MSNBC at the time he's inciting through mass rallies and constantly lying forever in a political base he scapegoats minority populations in FX's planes to them for every problem the country faces he alleges conspiracy conspiracies of the ferries forces this could be straight at a Munich circa nineteen twenty eight Joe Scarborough here ago under trump children of being marched away to showers just like the **** said they were taking people to the showers and then they never came back Andrea Mitchell trumps detention centers at the border I call this a concentration camp for kids because that's exactly what it's turning out to be actually that was Michael Steele former head of the Republican Party now Andrea Mitchell trump is very deliberately set up the press is the enemy of the people you know this is something that we first heard from Joseph Stalin this is very dangerous that undercuts democracy Michelle Rainer MSNBC producer terms of an inspiration follows the exact pattern that Hitler has I hate to say it the propaganda even down to the red cross when into Auschwitz they cleaned it up for two days a look fine they went back they said everything seems fine there to quote that new book that just came out he is evil he is evil Joe Scarborough again trump is completely detached from reality people close to him say he's mentally unfit the people close to him during the campaign told me he had early stages of dementia there are times reported David Kay Johnson and making the point Mister Addison Donald Trump is a racist isn't just a white supremacists he's a flat out full racist Donnie douche again MSNBC if you vote for trump the new the voter you and not Donald Trump are standing at the border like **** going you hear you hear so given the evilness of Donald Trump Jason Johnson again MSNBC guest he was so good they wanted him back this whole administration these guys are terrorists right I white nationalist government that will take children hostage to get what they want Chris Matthews this is the time for the democratic braced a roar up and say no more this crap this is the time for vengeance for what happened two years ago I'm gonna keep don't make a Burzynski he will forever be remembered as the president who traumatized little children that's his brand now he's the president who purposefully traumatized babies and children any traumatize them for his political gain in order to look like Kim Jong on Roger Simon politico chief political columnist under trump we can imagine a future of Jack boots crashing through our doors at two AM trucks in the streets to take people to the internment camps bright lights and barking dogs and worse Brian Stelter CNN do citizens and dictatorships recognize what's happening right here right now are they looking at the first two days of the trump administration and sang well that's what my leader does more Brian Stelter quote to time for news rooms the think of new ways to convey trump's lack of credibility because he says so many things that are bogus he tells us all these lies he spreads all these falsehoods Carl Bernstein CNN trump's attacks on the American press as enemies of the American people are more treacherous than Richard Nixon's attacks on the press there's a history of what enemy of the people that phrase means as used by dictators not far Terence like Stalin including Hitler and in a viral CNN commentator trump is not only not fit to be president in my book his lack of empathy is lack of leadership is lack of courage he's unfit to be human former CBS news anchor Dan rather June twenty seventeen we haven't had a president this psychologically troubled in this way since at least Richard Nixon the Republic contributing editor Bob Moser trump is the chief recruiter and dear leader of a gang of domestic terrorists I would be you folks present is the most powerful hate monger in America he is the imperial wizard of the new white supremacy he's our first neo **** president American prospect senior correspondent Michelle Goldberg trump is a sort of junior player in a block of authoritarian countries he's part of the block that includes Vladimir Putin edit territory he's you know he's he's kind of part of kind of an axis power he certainly like to murder people without due process she's MSNBC Ron Reagan junior always a genius we were dangerous individually oval office who's a national security threat he needs to be removed from office he's unfit any needs to be removed don lemon he's unhinged to buyers Bret Stephens serve the New York slimes as he is we live in the age of the active shooter in the president is going them he's inciting them the blood will be on his hands the moment some wack job thinks he's carrying out the instructions of a president he goes into the news rooms like the one behind us or the one in my news organizations are yours and murdered people Chris Matthews it's hard to find your son in law the muzzling he had a great solution of that he had executed survivor Jared Kushner I'd be a little careful MTV correspondent Jim Mel Smith there are a variety of ways trump could kill us all Washington post communist Jennifer Rubin party of Lincoln has become the party of Charlottesville our pilot doc of repeal the Muslim band embodying the very worst sentiments and driven by irrational anger it deserves not defense but extinct Brian Stelter CNN people are saying we have to talk about his health now before it's too late Eugene Robinson saying how long are we going to pretend that president trump is fully rational how long are we going to ignore the signs he's dangerously out of control that's the question I'm going to ask you Jeff greenfield is now the time Newsweek headline how murder Charles Manson and Donald Trump use language to gain followers MSNBC's Fernand Amonte this is not a political party the Republican Party this is a domestic terror group ABC this week's host George Stephanopoulos you're wondering where I'm getting them from these are in and freedom of the press you can access them there how surprised should we be this is at least the fourth mass killing in America using an A. R. fifteen since the Las Vegas massacre at the center and unapologetically incendiary president on travel by traditional norms of civility Maureen Dowd ABC's this week and I think what trump has done over the course of the last few years is help foment this violence John Heilemann Heilemann the president is obviously a races these obviously a demagogue he's obviously obviously condones anti semitism Stokes up nationalist hatred the last one Scarborough I can't even call him president this demagogue this nationalist ladies and gentleman that list could've been ten times longer this is what they've been saying about the man since the moment he stepped foot in the oval office at the White House the media the media a free pressed option not the enemy the people no no no.

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In The Gate #416 - Mining for a Gem

In The Gate

10:49 min | 3 years ago

In The Gate #416 - Mining for a Gem

"Away. Great news. There's a quick way. You can save money. Switch to Geico. Geico could help you get great coverage at a great price. And it only takes fifteen minutes to see if you could save fifteen percent or more on car insurance. Go to Geico dot com today and see how much you could save. Kelly. Rube is not the first person we've ever interviewed on this show who earned a master's degree but decided to train horses. Instead, she is however, the only one who gave up an academic career to hunt foxes now, she has a formidable Preakness contender always mining. We'll talk with Kelly rudely. Plus, it's time for a refresher on how stewards interpret the whole d Q rule. I'm guessing, you know, why? And we're going to do something. We've never done before on this show. We're going to go through some Twitter chatter. That's spewed out after the you know what? And what it means for the sport going forward? Stay in your lane or you'll be disqualified from listening to this show. The about to be IRAs. Off. This is in the gate ESPN's. Thoroughbred racing podcast. My name is Barry Abrams. You can follow me on Twitter at be Abrams boys or on Facebook at Barry Abrams, boys. You can also get us on our YouTube channel by searching in the gate podcast. You can get us on soundcloud as well yet us at the. I tuned store or tune in dot com. You can get us on that little pink pod catcher app on your phone. You didn't even know you had. And now you can subscribe to win the gate in the listen tab of the ESPN app for the full in the gate experience of scribe now in the listen tab of the ESPN app. Welcome back your dreams where your ticket out. Those were the opening lines of the legendary nineteen seventies TV show. Welcome back kotter where the main character played by Gabe Kaplan returns to his New York City high school to become a teacher. Our next guest has done the reverse Kelley rube. We grew up loving horses and upstate New York grew up to become a middle school science teacher and then left. That stable career to return to the stables on TV, Mr. Qatar dealt with a group of teenage guys who seemed comically incapable of maturing into adults Kelly rudely now a thoroughbred trainer has an equine version of a teenager as three year olds in the spring, basically are, but this guy has done some growing up in the last few months, always mining. We'll have to make a three wide bid and he's willing to do. It always finding up to try for gold as Zinni off the scene now in position less than three alongs to go and always mining now in front from try for goal turning for home in Federica Teissier sakes, all ways mining set down and opens up a four length lead on try for goal always mining with a six now a seven Lang lead always mining robbing home past the Laura line and headed to the Preakness always mining comes into the Preakness on a six race winning streak albeit in races. Quite as rigorous as those on the Kentucky, Derby trail, none the less. The three year old gelding is answered the rhetorical question about dreams that you hear on welcome back kotter who'd have thought they lead you back here where we need you and buy back here. We mean to Maryland where Kelly ruble is based at fair hill with a chance to claim one of the American spring classics, and we welcome trainer Kelly ruby here too in the gate. This horse has made twelve starts already maximum security. Maybe you've heard of him has made five including that whole Kentucky Derby thing. The last nine of always mining starts have come in laurel in the last six of those have been wins, all enlisted or overnight stakes. What's been your philosophy on how to bring them along? He he was purchased by my current owners after his maiden win. So he's only been with me since he ran on the grass in Maryland last summer. So, you know, we've kind of just strategically followed the past the Maryland route tickets where we're at today. What mood the light bulb turn on forum last October when this winning streak started? I wish I could answer that. He's always been a very nice horse. I mean anyone is made nicely. I think the goal was always to stretch out. And they were very limited races for two year olds when we ran them on the grass. So after that we also have to just sit tight and wait till they had a route race for us. And obviously he relished the mile you grew up in central New York, which is not exactly horse country. I know I went to Syracuse. What made you even want to get involved with horses up in that perpetual league gray bleak part of the world. I don't know. I guess it was ever since I could walk or talk I'll ever wanted to do with the around horses. So it was just naturally in me. But yes, it was a little limited. I started writing at a quarter horse barn actually started competing on the quarter horse survey doing jumpers and hunters and from there, but an event horse and started shipping down to the Maryland, Pennsylvania area. And that's kind of how I ended up in the air. Area fair hill. But listen to your parents, you earn two master's degrees. Two masters degrees. It became a middle school science teacher. Now, first of all, they're possibly be a more draining job in the world. And being a middle school teacher. I actually really enjoyed that age the students are you know, there's just starting to develop themselves much like a young horse. So I thought they were a lot of fun. But yes, it's exhausting, and it wasn't necessarily something. I could see myself doing in the future. Which is why I went back and got my second masters for administration inside that for three years. And then decided you know, what horses are meant to be. We what happens you were wearing a suit as an administrator and everything and did you just have an piffle. Or was it a gradual thing it was gradual? You know, even when I was teaching. I went into the administration because the fact that I'd already voted so much of my time, and my education towards the education were also what could I do move up the ladder in that respect? So I tried the administrative row and decided that it was just for me it allowed more flexible hours than my current job. But it just wasn't something. I had a passion for jelly rudely. Rainer of Preakness contender always mining. Joining us here on the gate now before you get to fair hill, which you mentioned you leave teaching school for FOX hunting in Pennsylvania. Is that a thing that was just a job to kind of regroup and see what I was going to do with my life. But yes, I was managing harm, and we accented I we didn't really have an opportunity in where I grew up. I never FOX hunted in my life. So it was a unique experience in something that I greatly enjoy. But it also got me my start with Barclay tag here at their hill. How I started galloping for him here. He had a string at fair hill and my gal for him and then eventually moved up to become his assistant. How do you go from FOX hunting and Pennsylvania to fair hill and being an exercise rider? Well, I mean that job was just pretty much to move me to this area to figure out what I was going to do. And that's. When I met Parkway and became an exercise rider for them with the goal that I would eventually become an assistant and kind of learn the horse racing world from the ground up. What did your parents say about what you chosen to do? With those two masters degrees. They were not thrilled. They still think I'm a little nuts. And the fact that you know, I work seven days a week. And I haven't had a day off and many years, but we've had a little bit of success. They're starting to kind of be what my my goal was a long, and they're you know, they're coming around. But still it wasn't ideal in there is at the time. Well in light of that. How nervous will you when you finally decided to go out on your own? I wouldn't say I was nervous. You know? It was a goal, and I like I'm somewhat of a driven person. And so I had a goal. And I knew when I became an assistant as the idea was to learn as much as I could to have an eventual string of my own, and you know, it came around gradually and worked I way into it. And so it was just a natural flow. Really? I'm guessing you're hoping that the success of always mining will lead to more business how big a stable do you have? And how big would you like it to be? I have about forty horses in training right now. We've had more in the past. I'm a very hands on person. I checked every horse's legs every morning. So I don't know how we'd like to go. We'd like to continue to improve the stable and have a nice allowance level stable. So you know, it just depends on I don't know that there's a magic number to stop at. It's just when I feel like I can't stand up everything that I'm going to have to take a minute and relook at it. It is always morning still in control leads almost two legs. From is six furlongs twelve three sixty s lift to go with like the distances. No problem at all. For always finding always minding kept attest opening up a half dozen on Joey his second and tai-bo third. Always mining wants to run all day, always minding to win it by six or so we've talked on this show recently about the stickiness of the future of the Preakness. But considering that always mining. Is one six in a row with loyal race course and made nine of his twelve career starts there. I'm guessing you personally wouldn't be too opposed to running the Preakness there this year. This year. That'd be perfect. That's going to happen. I mean, how concerned are you that he can bring his race track with him? Even though it's still in the state of Maryland. Actually, I think the Tenneco course going to set him up nicely. It's got a nice long stretch. And he just has a very large scale thing stride. So I I I don't see this the track change to be a problem. We're going to have to do it. Eventually, then I'm guessing you don't mind seeing that just about all of the top derby contenders are going elsewhere now that plays well for us, absolutely more. We certainly wish you the best of luck here. Kelly ruby. Thank you so much for sharing a few minutes with us. Thank you. Thank you haven't. We're going to take our first break here on in agape when we come back. It's time to revisit that whole d Q rule and how it's interpreted on guessing, you know, why we need a refresher. So go

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Dodgers Fan On Life Support After Attack In Stadium Parking Lot

Crime Time with Vito Colucci, P.I.

00:25 sec | 3 years ago

Dodgers Fan On Life Support After Attack In Stadium Parking Lot

"A man is unlike support suffering from injuries after being attacked at the LA dodgers game forty-five-year-old Raphael Rainer was beat up after an argument in the stadium parking lot. His wife was distraught. I shouldn't have to go through this. I shouldn't have to be dealing with this whoever did this. Out there. My husband's fighting for him. So far, no arrests have been made

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"rainer" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"rainer" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

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"rainer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"rainer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Go to campaign Rainer believing in your story, even though rolling four. We hear your song commercial that they ran YouTube. It's a it's the author of the Handmaid's tale, and who cares. All right. Let's get into this. Here we go one of the greatest songs ever. Moby? Time to play and play area. With Michael McDonald? Donald. Wow. A minute four into not afraid of long intros, man. Eighty three eighty four. There you go. Eighty four was that the Lakers. And who can forget where they were nineteen Eighty-four always the summer Olympics L Olympic with the dog names. Down on the phone. It was the Olympics in L A were you out of here by then? Now in San Francisco were you Glenn in Florida? Oh my God. And we televise we I was in the navy station. Ever you? I was driving a deed in LA for the Olympic. I was driving guys like oh, nothing. Michael jackson. He did. He drove Michael Jackson that crazy, by the way. Speaking of Michael Jackson, James Ingram. He wrote pretty young thing that Michael.

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Mexico: Helicopter crash claims Puebla governor, ex-governor

BBC World Service

03:23 min | 3 years ago

Mexico: Helicopter crash claims Puebla governor, ex-governor

"Rafael on the Rainer a Senator and former governor of the same state when their helicopter crashed earlier on today. I spoke a short time ago to our correspondent in Mexico City. Anna Gabriella house is she was a Golden State of Puebla. He was her husband, which was actually the ex governor of that state the same state. Puebla and they were just took off the airplanes took off at three pm local time in Mexico time. And then after they lost control with the aircraft. And they had a very big crash. They assume there was the airplane crashing against the earth. At that moment. Very little is known. So there's the investigations are going on. They haven't even a recovered the corpses. From the place of the accidents yet. Tell us more about the role in Mexican politics. Then they came from the opposition came from the opposition. The this is a political party that was conservative. It was right. This party on actually this election was really controversial. The polls took place on the first of July was just decided that she was a winner ten days ago when she took power. So it is actually a really difficult situation in Mexico. Everybody's seen a shock. This west not expected just few hours before Christmas, heat and everybody was expecting to be a peaceful night. Now, this is all headlines in the country. I mean, she was an opponent of the president's party know. You know, people have been weighing in with their tributes to both these individuals. People are now saying their condolences to the family, actually, a president of the county had said he wasn't going to this estate because as I say was very controversial. This was the only state that his party didn't one in the last elections. There was a landslide for for his party and his party's marina. But so far just been condolences, and they have from so far that investigation is going to be very clear, unburied tests pardons, and they were there they are going to be giving all the information as soon as they know it to the public is what they've been promising so far because as I said before the whole country in a shock these governor. Yes, yesterday power ten days ago, and what should have passion was Martha Alonzo in terms of the way, she dealt with politics. How does she interact with the public? How did she engage with people as she was really known in the state because before when her husband was ago? She was in charge of this of the public has of this state. So that people really know her she was a politician. That was really well known was not a politician at the beginning. She was a graphic designer, but she became a politician during the term of her husband was eating two thousand eleven till two thousand seventeen and that was the baby. She's Gabriela Ross for more than three hundred half years. Yemen. Suffered a grueling wall, which has owned the largest humanitarian crisis on the planet. More than thirty two million are in need of

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Woman killed in Los Angeles grocery store standoff was shot by police

Programming

04:57 min | 4 years ago

Woman killed in Los Angeles grocery store standoff was shot by police

"Continues it is the twenty fifth day of July new this morning Los Angeles police say the woman who died, during a standoff. In shootout at a trader Joe's over. The weekend died from police gunfire police say twenty eight year old gene Atkins had already killed his. Grandmother before leading cops on that high speed chase and shootout chief Michael Moore said Tuesday officers had a tough decision to make Atkins shot his grandmother in a seventeen year old young woman Atkins kidnapped the young woman in fled his grandmother's Toyota Camry during the pursuit back. Fire his firearm to the back window of the vehicle pursuing officers the officers did not return fire. During the vehicle pursuit after pursuing the suspect for approximately fifteen minutes Atkins vehicle crashed into a light pole in. Front of the. Freighter Joe market at the twenty nine hundred, avenue Sadly during this incident Twenty-seven-year-old Colorado Trader Joe's was struck by gunfire and as a result, of her injury from our investigation we returned that when Jeanette vehicle crashed into the white pool located, outside, the entrance of training job Individuals inside the market ran. Towards the front door one of those individuals whose miss, karate at the same time Atkins exited his vehicle and ran horses stores entrance as he did so From the scene supporter the Atkins fired from sonata semi automatic pistol at the. Officers So, they had to make a split-second decision and as he did I'm here to say that that. Is worse worse decision any, officer ever wishes to have to make but. At the same time our duty to protect the public is. More and that means that those tough calls. You have to make Moore, said that Twenty-seven-year-old Mel Colorado walked back inside the store after being shot and then collapsed behind the managers counter where. She died an attorney for the family of a Florida man who was fatally shot over, a handicapped parking dispute says the gunman shouldn't be allowed to walk free because the case doesn't, fall under the state's stand your ground. Law attorney Michelle Rayner said Tuesday that marquess. Mcglockton posted, no imminent threat to Michael Drake before Drake. A shot him last week, while they are preparing the case to go. To the state's attorney we're asking that they would continue investigation We believe and we're confident and. We're very hopeful that the opposite Bernie McCabe we'll do the right thing in this in, this case and will file charges against mister drinker we're asking the officer Bernie McCabe to file. Charges against Mr. drinking because if not They're sanctioning a murder however it is our position as I said that. This, case is not as change, around case because one of the things that I know just even practicing as a criminal defense attorney you meet deadly force with deadly force Rainer says mcglockton shoved, Drake it to the ground to protect his girlfriend and, children meanwhile the sheriff Bob, Galtieri says he believes. It does fall under Florida's law which gives immunity to people who use lethal force to defend. Themselves if they fear for their. Lives from his perspective sitting there on. The ground and within a few seconds literally going out? And he he made a decision so it. Really doesn't matter what I would have done or what anybody else would have done and you, know what I've, done something different is a difference between meal are you boy to train with a law enforcement officer we do this guy's not just a citizen. He thought he had to shouldn't have gone up and slammed into the ground either He should've said we'll knock it off He he didn't, have a right, to. Know marquees engaged awful conduct himself Mark he should not have gone up. And slam this, guy to the ground Wouldn't be dead if more keystone scientists ground The state attorney's, office will ultimately. Decide if charges are filed Tourists have been ordered. To leave the heart of Yosemite national park by noon today this as firefighters continue. To battle a, huge blaze just to the west that's threatened the parks forest Yosemite valley will be closed until at least Sunday along. With a, winding mountainous twenty mile stretch of California state route forty one at, least a thousand campground in hotel bookings will be cancelled officials, say Yosemite is not under imminent danger from the Ferguson fire but that closure will allow crews to perform protective measures like burning away brush along roadways without traffic lawyers for an Oregon high school student who was disciplined for wearing a tee, shirt promoting President Trump's effort to build,.

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Twenty Four Hours, Twenty Five Twenty Four Hours and Forty Eight Hours discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

04:04 min | 4 years ago

Twenty Four Hours, Twenty Five Twenty Four Hours and Forty Eight Hours discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

"To uphold the country's law that criminalizes homosexual acts the government is asking that the court not widely argument to deal with gay marriage adoption inheritance the laws of stands now has a ten year prison sentence for same sex relations allegations that a chinese hacking team linked to beijing has penetrated computer systems belonging to cambodia's election commission opposition leaders and media leading up to the election this is the twenty ninth of this month global news twenty four hours a day they're only twenty four hours right i was going to say twenty five twenty four hours a day on aaron tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries in san francisco i'm ed baxter if there were twentyfive we'd be there this is bloomberg juliette sometimes feels like that doesn't ed thanks so much for joining us singapore studio now by brandon michael prize executive director clyde investments taurus wealth advisors mike great to see you thanks for coming in you know we're looking at the trade war and the implications to markets we've certainly seen in china the shanghai composite extend into that bear market territory the saying last week they wouldn't use the one as a trade weapon things have changed in the last forty eight hours what do you think might happen from china in terms of retaliation i think it's going to be complicated but i think if you step back the real question is this it's often said that the only winner in a trade war inflation and we already have the largest stimulus in history outside of wars the last stimulus tax catholic biz was basically of the vietnam war the korean war so i think it's because to the question about chinese currency in financial markets it's very important to understand that i think the fed powell the mr powell at the fed has a real dilemma because he is determined to raise interest rates before potentially we have a slowdown in the economy but now with these trade tensions potentially would very much complicated his his endeavors so that is the question mark is also the question for china the currency could we see more dollar strength because of higher rates and how this potentially lead to capital market is location do you really believe that leaders on both sides who are conducting these trade negotiations are are not cognizant of the stakes and how high they are in disrupting the the global growth story i mean is this still part of the negotiation process do you think or have we crossed beyond that is if we have crossed the rubicon look i think that's the question that has many people's mind but i think mr trump is delivering on his campaign promises and that is to help the american worker and to some extent restructure nachos global trade but the global world order shortterm that would lead to potentially yes i mean higher inflation but also more importantly higher higher wages in the united states which is what he would like to rebalance the the sort of the benefit from companies to individual voters and people who voted for him at the american worker that of course has negative implement longerterm implications for financial assets and they're already at a multiyear an alternate ultimate highs recently but does it also you know what president trump is trying to do in terms of hurting capital intensive in business sentiment in the us i look i think that's to to the question previously that's the really big debate but mr trump might think short term pain for longterm gain because i think he'd made it very clear when he said that look the united states doesn't really have too much of choice because it's already rather bad with regards to house he sees attracts the trade situation so i think there's no easy solution to this unless it costs them in a big way politically because we've got the us off term elections coming up in the us this fall and there are a lot of republican states red states that have been and are being adversely impacted by a lot of the discussions whether they're manufacturers or whether they're in the agricultural industries will continue with rainer michael price here on daybreak asia he's with taurus wealth management update you on markets and global news that's coming up this is bloomberg listen as a hiring manager i've got to.

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President, Secretary and Wisconsin discussed on The Jim Bohannon Show

The Jim Bohannon Show

02:03 min | 4 years ago

President, Secretary and Wisconsin discussed on The Jim Bohannon Show

"As they arrive at joint base andrews president trump says he appreciates kim jong un for releasing three american detainees one held in a north korean prison nearly a thousand days president trump will be at the airport steps to greet the men when they arrived before dawn thursday he's optimistic he and kim can make a peace deal andy field abc news washington defense secretary james mattis defending president trump's decision to pull the us out of the iran nuclear deal at wednesday's senate appropriations committee hearing saying that he could not affirm that iran was keeping its end of the bargain we have walked away from the jcp away because we found it was inadequate for the long term effort and this was something was probably noted by the senate several years ago when the senate did not endorse it as a treaty madison also criticizing iran for being a malign force in the middle east giving her on social credit for keeping syrian president assad in power us attorney general jeff sessions announcing this weekend anyone crossing the border illegally will be detained and referred for prosecution but us district judge rainer college says there's one major problem the courts in arizona are already working at capacity and can't handle more prosecutions we don't have the staff you don't have the personnel who don't have the room to be able to do anything more than we're doing right now with regard to be tackled cases collins says he hasn't seen any help from the feds yet israeli's military says running forces based in neighboring syria fired about twenty projectiles at israeli positions in the golan heights officials say there was minimal damage in response the israeli military says it struck dozens of iranian military targets in syria overnight israel says the targets included weapons storage facilities logistics centers intelligence sites and logistic sites used by elite iranian forces you're listening to abc news seven seven cd wtmj probably antics wealth management studio this is newsradio wtmj i folks this is wisconsin tourism secretary stephanie klett.

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