36 Burst results for "Reggie"
Fresh update on "reggie" discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Aaron Rodgers looks really relaxed there. And I've said this before and I know some people that caught people off guard when I said it but. When he is playing at. An elite level nobody has made the game look easier than Aaron Rodgers. Nobody now Russell. Wilson Eight looks like he's really working. When he's playing. Great. Aaron Rodgers at times it feels like he's just a couple of steps ahead of everybody when he's playing great I, don't think I've seen anybody in the history of the game to make it look as easy as he does, and that's including Montana. You Know Brady go down the list of all-time. Great. There's something about Rogers ability where he knows what you're doing and you can't do anything about it and you saw that last night you saw that the previous week. But to see if it's going to be consistent enough to win that division and last thirteen and three, I thought that was. kind of a aberration, they didn't feel like they were thirteen and three. It was a little bit of a Mirage. And I thought they were maybe ten and sixteen maybe they are thirteen and three to I don't know. But so far. Looks pretty good there in in Green Bay. All Right Eight, seven, seven, three, DP show email address DP Dan Patrick dot COM twitter handle the DP Shell Reggie Miller a little bit later on he'll a preview the NBA finals by the way. Here is Jimmy Butler on his experience being with the Miami Heat first year a lot of ups and downs..
Outdoor Dining Is Now Permanent In New York City
"Alfresco in the winter months, New York City restaurants will be able to provide for deBlasio has given his blessing to year round outdoor dining. It's another piece to the restaurant Survival Puzzle, and executive director Andrew Reggie at the New York City Hospitality Alliance says outdoor dining dining has has has helped helped helped make make make ends ends ends meet. meet. meet. You're You're You're around. around. around. It It It will will will help. help. help. Even Even Even more more more has has has been been been such such such an an an essential essential essential part part part of of of helping helping helping to to to bring bring bring our our our restaurant's restaurant's restaurant's back back back and and and bring bring bring our our our city city city back back back on. on. on. The mayor's announcement also allows heat lamps to make outdoor winter dining possible. That's the goal. We want to be able to continue outdoor dining into the cool weather, and to do that we need to keep our customers warm, and now they'll be able to use thes heat lamps. The combination of open restaurants and open streets is now permanent, with parts of 87 streets closed closed for for dining dining on on the the weekends. weekends. Al Al
Why we must confront hard historical truths
"Not that long ago I received an invitation to spend a few days at the historic. Of James Madison. James Madison of course was the fourth president of the United States, the father of the constitution, the architect of the bill of rights and as a historian I was really excited. To go to this historic site because I understand and appreciate the power of place. Now, Madison called his estate monpellier and mom Pelia is absolutely beautiful is several thousand acres. Rolling Hills farmland forest with absolutely breathtaking views of the blue. Ridge. Mountains but it's a haunting beauty. because. Montpellier was also a slave labor camp. You see James Madison slave more than one hundred people over the course of his lifetime. And he never a single soul, not even upon his death. The centerpiece of Montpellier is Madison's matching. This is where James Madison grew up. This is where he returned to after his presidency. This is where he eventually died and the centerpiece of Madison's mansion is his library this room on the second floor where Madison conceived and conceptualized the bill of rights when I visited for the first time, the director of Education Christian coats. Cool. Why do took me almost immediately to the library. And it was amazing being able to stand in this place where such an important moment in. American history happened. But then after a little while they're Christian actually took me downstairs to the sellers of the. Mansion. Now in the sellers of the mansion, that's where the enslaved African Americans who manage the House spent most of their time. It's also where they were installing a new exhibition on slavery in America. and. While we were there Christian instructed me to do something I thought it was a little bit strange. He told me to take my hand and place it on the brick walls of the seller and slide it along until I felt these impressions or ridges in the face of the brick. Now Look I was going to be staying on site on his former slave plantation for a couple of days. So I wasn't trying to upset any white people. Because when this was over, I want make sure that I could get out. But as I'm actually sliding my hand along the seller war, I couldn't help but think about my daughters and my youngest one in particular who was only about two or three years old at the time because every time she hot out of our car, she would take her hand and slide it along the outside, which is absolutely disgusting and then. And if I couldn't get to her in time, she would take her fingers and pop them in the mouth which drive. Absolutely crazy. So this is what I'm thinking about what I'm supposed to be a historian. But then, but then I actually do feel these impressions in the brick I feel these ridges in the brick and it takes a second to realize what they are, what they are are tiny handprints. Because all the bricks at James Madison's estate were made by the children that he enslaved. And that's when it hit me. That The library in which. James Madison conceived and conceptualizes the bill of rights rests on a foundation of bricks. Made by the children that he enslaved. And? This. Is. Hard. History. It's hard history because it's difficult to imagine the kind of inhumanity. That leads one to enslave children to make bricks. Your comfort and convenience is hard history because it's hard to talk about the violence of slavery. The beatings, the whippings, the kidnappings, the forced family separations is hard history because it's hard to teach white supremacy. Which is the ideology that justified slavery. And so rather than confront hard history. We tend to avoid it. Now sometimes that means just. Stuff up. I can't tell you how many times I've heard people say that states rights was the primary cause of the civil war. That would actually come as a surprise. So the people who fought in the civil war. Sometimes. We try to rationalize hard history. When people visit Montpellier and by people in this instance, white people. When they visit mom appeal your and learn about Madison slaving people. They often ask. But wasn't he a good master? A good master. There is no such thing as a good master. There is only worse and worse her. And sometimes. We just pretend the past didn't happen. I can't tell you how many times I've heard people say it's hard to imagine slavery existing outside of the plantation south no, it ain't. Slavery existed in every American colony slavery existed in my home state of New York for fifty years after the American revolution. Why do we do this? Why do we avoid confronting hard history? Literary performer and Educator Reggie. Gibson had the truth of it when he said that our problem as Americans. Is We actually hate history. What we love Is No style.
Why Dr. Kumar is Changing The Wellness Game
"Welcome back once again, see the outcomes, rocket podcasts where we chat with today's most successful and inspiring health care leaders. I really WANNA. Thank you for tuning in again and I welcome you to go to outcomes rocket dot health slash reviews where you could rate and review today's podcast because he is one outstanding individual and healthcare is name is Dr Rajiv Kumar he's the president and chief medical officer at Virgin Pulse during medical school he realized that many of the worst health problems we face as a nation diabetes heart disease cancer hypertension. Et, CETERA. I related to the collective unhealthy lifestyle, and so he has pledged to make a difference in this industry. He's done and as a frontline physician and now through various different companies, some amazing things and so what I WANNA do is open up the microphone to Raji to fill in any of the gaps of the introduction and then a so we could get into the podcast. Reggie welcome to the PODCAST. Think saw glad to be here. So Rajiv, what would you fill in in your intro that I that I left out? I think that was pretty comprehensive. Just, a little bit about virgin pulse. You know what? I think that may not be familiar name to a lot of folks on your that are listening to your podcast. We are an employee wellbeing company. We work with large employers all around the world, and our goal is to help them activate their employees to lead healthier lifestyles which had to kind of go around the healthcare system a little bit, and go direct to the employees and figure out ways to motivate them to inspire them and to help them sustain behavior change over time, and it's not just about healthcare cost reduction. It really is about how do we help people be? Healthier, happier and more productive at work in their personal lives. So that's really what our mission is. That's beautiful and listeners for those of you who haven't connected the DOTS virgin pulse. One of Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Group companies. So you know with the gentleman like that behind something like this and and Rajiv as part of the executive leadership team, you can imagine some great things are happening. It's an exciting time for us. We definitely are inspired by Sir Richard Branson leadership in his philosophy is if you take care of your employees, they'll take care of your business, and so we're trying to empower employers to take better care of their employees. So strong, and and you know it's really interesting that you guys are tackling this employer perspective of the entire health career equation because costs are soaring and aside from labor costs, it seems like healthcare cost is oftentimes double digits in that front. What are your thoughts on what should be on every medical leaders agenda today? Well, I'm biased but I think it has to be a behavior change remember too often looking for a magic pill or magic device or something to kind of stem the tide of rising obesity, diabetes and heart disease in our country and at the end of the day, there's so much. We can do to actually change people's behavior a lot of what we're facing as a result of our diet, our physical activity or lack thereof the stress that we have in our lives just how we how we treat ourselves and how we don't take care of ourselves, and so I think it's not necessarily a hot topic I. Think it should be and and I wish there was more focus on it is the perennial that if we can change behavior, we can prevent a lot of disease and we can produce significantly greater outcomes and Reggie. What would you say right now at at at Virgin? Pulse. Is an example of how you guys are improving health outcomes. Well, I think we really tried to think outside of the box I think traditional health interventions and and health and wellbeing platforms have largely been ineffective and they've been around for decades. So we sat around and we said what if we took a different approach rather than making people feel like they're failures rather than telling them that they're sick what if we actually make them feel successful what if we make them feel good about themselves right off the bat what would that do for self esteem for their motivation and for their ability to change. Most of what we see in our industry is a heavy focus on screening, and so employers asked their employees to take health risk assessments and do biometric screenings and so forth, and the problem with that is they take a health risk assessment tells them you're sick. You know you have high risk, your unhealthy needs to do more change your lifestyle, get your biometric screening results and you have high blood pressure. You may not like the results that you get back and that can be very demotivating, and so we've said is, is there a scientist out there? Is there a behavior change model that focuses on success? We found a scientist by the name of Dr Bj fog out of Stanford University and Dr Fog is sort of a new guru of behavior change and he's come up with a behavior change model that he caused the fog behavior change model and it's very simple as model is is a formula to it is called B. Equals M. A. T.. Equals motivation times, ability times a trigger, and so what he means by that is to get somebody to do a behavior that we want them to do or they want to do. First of all, they have to have the motivation to do it. Second is they have to have the ability to do it, and a third is you have to trigger them. To trump to do that behavior and too often in the in the kind of behavior change space, we ask people to do things that require either too much motivation or too much ability. So we say something like go to the gym four times a week and exercise for sixty minutes. Each time you go that takes a lot of motivation and some people may not even have the ability a really know how to do that where to get started so forth so Dr Fog says, well, motivation is hard to change. Your motivation waxes and wanes on a daily basis on an hourly basis, we can't really change somebody's motivation that easily what you can do is changed the behavior you're asking them to do to make it easier. You can change the ability to perform the action, and so the idea is if you take a behavior like washing your teeth and you break it down to the smallest tiniest thing that somebody could possibly do like floss one tooth and you ask them to do that they can actually do. That very easily, it doesn't take a lot of motivation is very quick to do, and if they do that and you celebrate the fact that they did it, you can help them build what we call success momentum, and then they're going to feel better about going to the next step and try something harder and so in our entire approach to behavior change, we break behaviors down into their simplest most basic action we ask people to do that would trigger then and then when they do it we. Reward them make them successful. We give them social status. They might get some kind of points or some kind of reward, and then we ask them to do something harder the next time around and stuff feedback loop that builds up momentum, and it changes behavior in a very sustainable way in a very habitual way, which is really the key to behavior changes creating habits.
"reggie" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Miller will join US coming up and my first order of business with Reggie is does Paul George actually believe it's not a championship or bust year for the clippers. Here's Paul George after last night's loss is obvious pressure. To live up to title expectations. But as a player, I mean, you you want that like. You want against first time I've been in a situation where we're expected to win. But you know I it is what it is It's it's no cop out Factor matters we didn't live up to the expectation. but I think internally we always felt This is not a championship were bus. Year force..
New York Fashion Week is going to change dramatically
"Oh, my God fashion week like T. so fashion week is happening like right now. Ish I guess whatever I don't know it's just a shell of itself. So, far we have come here is this is how excited we are for fashion week collectively, we're like, I don't know it's happening so. This year during New York fashion, week Monsay is putting its unsold. Autumn. Two. Thousand Twenty collection. On, live models and it selling the close to people who come to its rooftop presentation. During fashion week, it is selling the clothes off the models to the attendees. From a season ago. They're opening a pop up that's what's happening. That's essentially it. Yes but it's but it's a live action pop-up Pant pandemic. So like how many people are coming to the show probably like fifty because they're very much limiting the number of people who can come to a show. Yeah. So models are going to be walking around. It's like it just makes me think of like a little conveyor belt with Sushi on it. Except like models walking by you can say halt I, want that jacket and I guess the model goes takes it off. Someone brings it out to you and Swipe your card. And then they the model butts on something else and keeps walking around. I don't understand doing this because it means everybody has to be the same size. What's Right right. Well. I mean maybe because it's not what went down the runway a season ago it's one. They made for a season. They may be able to have various size models or or they may have a model in the thing, but you can say, Oh, I want that in an eight or you know. It's all complicated I very few details like what I reggie you from those businesses like all I know but it just struck me as the most bizarro thing to happen during passion week this year. At this point why knock it because? Designers are up against so much anyway that if they're finding a creative way to do it, like might as well try try out anything. Kooky. This is the year to do it. You know yes you may as well make some money. It just struck me that say is the one that's doing it. We'll see I think what's happening is that they're doing a presentation for spring is that the season we're showing right now I don't even know whatever. So they're showing a new season, but they're also trying to sell off those deaths which I mean make that money. Okay.
'Wakanda Forever': Angela Bassett, Denzel Washington mourn loss of 'Black Panther' star Chadwick Boseman
"Tonight the overwhelming outpouring of grief for Star Gone Too. Soon, he brought real heroes and revered legends to life on the big screen from Thurgood Marshall. Reggie Hudson's Marshall Mr Spells Attorney Thurgood Marshall to the Godfather of soul as James Brown and get on up. To baseball icon. Jackie. Robinson forty two Robyn curnow Chadwick bozeman commanded the screen. And he helped change the culture, his most famous role as black. Panther what happens now. What happens? To the rest of the wealth. Bozeman as king to Challah transformed. Hollywood. For many black Americans offering representation long overdue and unmatched sense of pride to be young gifted and black. We all know what it's like to be told that there is not a place for you to be featured we could create a world. That exemplify a world that we wanted to see accomplishing so much in just a few short years all while waging a personal and private battle statement on instagram revealing the star just forty three had undergone treatment for colon cancer two, thousand sixteen making movies during and between countless surgeries and chemotherapy news of bozeman untimely death stunning the World Denzel Washington who helped pay for both men to study acting at the British Academy of dramatic acting in Oxford saying he was a gentle soul and a brilliant artist. Angela Bassett who. Played Bozeman onscreen mother and panther writing. This young man said occasion was inspiring his smile contagious his talent unreal former president Barack Obama. Writing minutes work with kids to be young gifted and black to use that power to give them heroes to look up to to do it all while in pain. What of his years Saint Jude Children's hospital sharing pictures of Bozeman, visiting kids fighting cancer while quietly doing the same breaking down recalling two boys who wanted to live to see him bring Black Panther to life. There are two. Two little kids and and Taylor. Cool. recently passed. Away. From cancer in their parents said they just Detroit to hold on? To this movie come. In when I found out that they. Yeah. Is Is it means a lie? CABOT Bozeman meant so much to so many Americans particularly black Americans for those legends he brought to life and envisioning will conduct this loss at this moment in our country is impossible to overstate and Tom, he has already so deeply missed.
When Will Indoor Dining Return in New York City? Cuomo Responds as Restaurants Demand Timeline
"Mayor and the governor being pressed on opening indoor dining, and her Richie is the executive director of the New York City Hospitality Alliance. We brought together restaurant tours from throughout the five boroughs to demand a plan from Governor Cuomo and Mayor deBlasio about when and how indoor dining is going to reopen in the city of New York. These businesses need to plan they need to decide whether or not they're going to turn in. Keys. If they're going to continue to exhaust their personal savings in the hopes of maybe one day being able to reopen, Reggie says the alliance might even be pushed to sue over this, and the mayor shelved the plan to reopen restaurants indoors. Because of an increase in cases in other states were indoor dining is allowed.
Los Angeles Clippers Take Game 1 From Dallas Mavericks After Porzingis Ejected
"The nuggets raptor. Celtics. Clippers. Pick up the win a little bit of drama and the Clippers victory because I didn't think kristaps porzingis deserved to be thrown from that game he got elected. I thought Morris should have been injected as well for the clippers because he's the one who initiated this if if he doesn't start it then it doesn't get to Porzingas they're trying to stick up for Ludovic don-shik with forty two but did have eleven turnovers if porzingas plays that game I, think I think the mavs win it
CEO Chris Best on the growing appetite for paid newsletters
"Welcome to the day podcast. I'm Lara Riley debate here correspondent in London I'm filling in for your regular host Brian Marcy throughout the on August. Today I'm delighted. So well, respected to the show Chris is the CEO substance. You'll obviously now is the newsletter of formats helping provide the obstruction for grabbed new class of entrepreneurs and some of which Reggie making more money now than their individual needs and they were. Prestigious salary jobs Chris got have you today thanks for having me? Where are you joining us from San Francisco fantastic? So, of course, before you joined stack just wants to go back a little bit. You're a software engineer and program by trade is that right? Yeah. And so prior to substitute stuck, you're one of the founders of kick, which is the the messaging APP that was particularly popular amongst teens but shutdown last year. which was also after you'd left to 'em. So how to kick come about how to kick? Why met Ted In. Third, year university. And kind of fair early on in the SMARTPHONE era I guess we would on -Tario the. Rim made the black. That'll phone that had the keyboard accident and there was sort of. A. Time back then when. It was early days smartphone. The people that had lack breeze were kind of like wall, Street, traders and interns from the university waddled the work that Larry and so we sort of had this early idea that okay. The smartphone is going to take over the world. which is something that was is seems really obvious rep respect. But at the time people maybe didn't fully believe or didn't fully understand and we started working on we actually started making a music player for the blackberry and went through a bunch of iterations morph in March and ended up. Coming to messaging felt like messaging was kind of the core most Gordon application of this magical new computer physiologic her And the kick was around for around skin ten years and it was I guess without its controversies Choisir. What was one of the biggest lessons that learn in in building that business? I mean, there was a lot of just mechanics of building company. I sometimes joke that doing it a second time as a chance to make mistakes. I think one thing that really stuck with me is when you have a system that people are using to communicate the rules of how the system are and the inch rations the just the the way the present interactions people can have a massive effect on. The emergent behavior in that system like the the outcomes, the kinds of feel a place. Is Massive we can be massively shaped by the rules of the game you set up a system Dealing with use a content as well, which which comes with its own challenges. Sure. This move on said why sub stacks 2017 is when you can officially founded the company what was the genesis of the idea that it can have start as a bit of a sites to hustle while you still CTO at kick? No, I've left kick under. Circumstances. That seem like the right time we bought a company. There's somebody that was perfect advice. Great your means by. Taking. I. Plan to take a year off and sort of do all the things that you don't always get to do when you're running fast company like spend time with friends and Family Rivas. Always, things and one of the things I've always sort of had envisioned to do try to write because I've always been an avid reader. I'm a huge believer that what matters sheets. Think you are in so great writing. Very, valuable high leverage to Like trying. Rights Vanessa blockbuster something. Projects that I do and I started writing something sort of complaining about the state of the media ecosystem. The. Theory being that, hey, the internet came along and revolutionized distribution for for content. You publish globally instantly free in this magical utopian technology. But at the same time, it came in smash all of the existing business models. and I was writing an essay complaining about this senator, my friend Hamish a writer SORTA got into it at. said, it's easy to complain about this stuff your what would you do about? This even work differently and it. Turned into the company. So I I sometimes I'm still just procrastinating from finishing not one essay.
Scaredy Sharks & The Science of Fear
"Fine. Psalms not even up, your can wake up the whole neighborhood. Time wake up both. Interest you when a jar Brinkley. Ground, coffee. Well. Might, as well. Take you up on that offer. By. Rubens. I'm thinking. Well. Ok Mindy. How about jar of Freshly Ground Kafi Oh sure Reggie one jar of freshly ground coffee. At That will be free, ninety, nine plus tax. mindy. This is just an empty jar. Where's the coffee? Jar Mindy I know what copy looks like I can assure you that there is nothing in this jar that's because smells are invisible is. Smells yeah. If you wonder freshly ground copy smell, you're going to have to open that jar. Hugh woke me up and got me out of bed for nothing open the JAR IRA. Okay. Visible coffee. What's? Her. In the. Jar Won't open because I. Put a child proof LID on it here. Let me take a crack. Back. Ground. Coffee fell. Hugh kidding many this coffee smell is almost as good as the real thing. Now we're is the real thing. Oh. I don't know maybe Dennis's Hauser's something Dennis coffey. Boy Do I ever have fresh single origin imported from. Peru's COMERICA region hand picked. Foley Washington Sun dried roast into action, and here we have. Never Mind I don't have copy. All of these empty jars filled with. Yeah I mean look here we've got the smell of wet clothes left in the washing machine for three days. And this one is that super specific convenient stores smell. And this one over here is rotten. That one smells like Uranus. Uranus, the planet it's made up of gas called trajan sulfide bears an uncanny resemblance to rotten eggs. ooh. Oh. Okay. Scientifically speaking he's not wrong. Thanks. To Mindy. These jars. Yeah We see he tried this one. What is that the smell of a pile of dirt dirt you're smelling beeps? Purple Root, vegetable, that you roast in the oven and eat on salads turns or poop pink. Well, you know for some reason beats always smelled like dirt. What else he got Let me. I know here try this one. What do you think? I think one might be completely empty mindy. Guy, I can smell it from the air. It's lily of the Valley Yeah your tennis. Coach. Is Lily of the Valley Lily of the valley as in that highly poisonous woodland flowering plant. Exactly. My mother would wear the sent every fall as I left home for barring school she said it signified the return of happiness. How my mother loved
Players kneeling for anthem met with boos before MLS game
"It happened last night in Major League soccer Nashville at Dallas Nashville, winning one nil 2900 fans on hand for the first match for both teams. Since the league wide shutdown in March. Both were sent home you might recall from the MLS is back tournament at Disney World because of positive Covad tests. The players last night knelt during the national anthem amid a smattering of boos, which did not sit well with Dallas defender Reggie Cannon called it baffling and incredibly frustrating. We'll hear from him at 6 45 40 Niners air reportedly close to signing 30 year old free agent
Getting Nosey About the Science of Smell
"Free. Do. Not. Even up your wake up the whole neighborhood and it's about time whitecaps. Interest you when a jar Brinkley ground coffee. Well. Might as well. Take you up on that offer. Grabbed my room. Think in prime freshly tax. Okay Mindy. Hi. How about that jar of racially ground copy Oh sure Reggie one jar of freshly ground coffee. Here you go. That will be free, ninety, nine plus tax. Mindy. Just, an empty jar, where's the coffee and? The I know what copy looks like and I can assure you that there is nothing in this jar. Well, that's because smells are invisible guy. Roz. Smells Yeah if you want your freshly ground copy smelled you're going to have to open that jar. You woke me up and got me out of Bedford nothing open the Jar Guy Roger? Okay. Visible coffee. What's? In the this jar won't open. childproof lit on it here. Let me take a cry and. You're freshly ground coffee fell. Kidding many this coffee smell is almost as good as the real thing. Now, where is the real thing? Oh Maybe Dennis. Hauser's something Dennis copy. I I have fresh single origin beans imported from. Peru's Com Monica region handpicked and sorted Bali Washington Sun dried. Section and here we have. Never, mind I don't have copy media, all of these empty jars filled with. Yeah I mean look here we've got the smell of wet clothes left in the washing machine for three days. and. This one is that super specific convenient store smell. and. This one over here is rotten egg. One smells like Uranus. Why I'm your rain is the planet made up of gas called hydrogen sulfide bears an uncanny resemblance to rotten eggs. Surprise you know that O. K. I. untypically speaking he's not wrong. Thanks. Good overs in these jars Lucy. He tried this one. What is that the smell of a pile of dirt dirt? You're smelling beeps? Purple root vegetables roasted in the oven and eat on salads turns or Poop pink who will you know for some reason beats always smelled like dirt to me what else you got Let me. I know here, try this one. What do you think? I think that what might be completely empty mindy? I can smell it from here. It's lily of the valley. Tennis. This one is lily of the Valley Lily of the valley as in that highly poisonous woodland flowering plant. Exactly. My mother would wear the sent every fall as I left home for boarding school. She said, it signified the return of happiness. How my mother loved Boarding School Oh what is he talking about Mindy? Okay. So the scent of Lily of the Valley is one of those smells that skin care and beauty product companies are always trying to recreate demean for perfumes and soaps and Lotions Ya. It contains this chemical called Boerge. And for a lot of people like Dennis, even a tiny droplet of this stuff can spell super intense i. Can't smell it at all. Well, you're not alone guy, Roz you see this geneticist named Casey Trimmer. She got together with a team of researchers at the Mona L. Chemical Senses, Center Philadelphia and Rockefeller University in New York. City and she and her team set out to find out why different people smell different things differently, and just to be clear a geneticist is the type of scientists who studies how certain features are passed down from different generations of people, right? Right. Like, how heritage my mother's sense of smell and my great grandfather's sense of entitlement. So. I'm wondering deductor trimmer team suspected Sheen's or what makes you you and Mimi have some kind of role to play in the way different people experience different smells you know it so she and her fellow researchers decided to conduct A. Scientific experiment
No shortage of points scored inside the NBA's bubble
"All right. So the backstory Tio what took place yesterday between the Trail Blazers and the Clippers game, missing two free throws at the end. Clippers Go on to win the game. Pat Beverly on the bench, pointing to his wrist, same time waving goodbye. The wave goodbye is from last season member in the NBA playoffs, Dame hit that game winner and then he did the bye bye to the Oklahoma City Thunder, which Paul George was on that team at the time. Paul George now with Clippers, so yesterday that was won the better games. In the league yesterday in the MBA bubble, Damian Lillard 22 points, but the Clippers they really were outstanding. You had six guys in double figures for the Clippers. Paul George, 21.6 rebounds for assists. They get 17 for Reggie Jackson. Shannon had 19. Couple guys off the bench with double figures as well. But the Clippers win that
Here Comes The Sun Powered Energy
"ME. who could possibly be at seven in the morning. Hold on calming each. You think a person would have patients especially this hour. who is it delivery from earth giant long dot com. For me that can't be right. I I always buy my stuff from local shops. Earth giant Lung Dot Com just temps people to buy stuff, they don't need. A Good Morning Good Morning I've got some baggage is here. This one. Wait a minute. You've got like a hundred and fifty packages behind you. Are you sure there for me, Hunt says right here on the package Guy Rasi next door to the gingerbread mansion, and here we go this one. that. Wait a minute of these packages are dress to mindy. Guy. Roz Mindy. Oh. You mean her yet you got it. there. What is going off? Cabins fermenting coming along. Well, IT'S A. Baby. What is going on? Just dealing with a little delivery from Earth's giant lung, dot com small delivery. There's like A. Fifty boxes coming up that. One hundred and ninety two boxes to be precise. The ninety two boxes and anyway, why are half of them being delivered to my house? Oh. So turns out. Earth's giant lung. Dot Com has a limit on how many boxes that they'll deliver to a single address. So I had to put yours down to hope you don't mind. Mindy one of you ordered. I. Mean I know you've got a food truck and all, but I mean, this can't be cricket. bbq. It's not cricket powder. Why wouldn't need so much crooked powder. Well, then what could you have possibly ordered? Well, just the other day I was sitting at home minding my own beeswax zoodles told me that it was cyber Monday. Cyber Funday will what are you talking? Oh. So Cyber Funday is the day when all of these shopping websites like earth giant lung, dot, com have deals on everything. You could ever want in everything. You didn't even know you wanted all these toys and glitter bombs in unicorns that poop rainbows and UNICORNS. The pope potatoes in bake ovens and keychains and novelty gives an inspirational decorative plates see. This one says love laugh live. Even got in on Danis. Would you order? Hundred veget- spinners they were overstocked. But two, thousand, seventeen. Will be restless again. I'm bored Mindy. I don't understand you sure you need all this stuff. Yes. Of course, I don't need it. Geyer is it was all fail. I use the money that I made from those? Bars that Reggie Ni- sold to his Paleo Pigeon. and Boy Howdy. We made a fortune on those things. I walked away from that business venture with a thousand dollars. Wait wait hold on hold on. You're telling me you made a thousand dollars in profit from selling bird seed. Paleo. Energy bars, and you decided to spend it on a bunch of a bunch of junk. Well, you know what you always say Guy Roz one birds trashes other birds treasure. What I don't see that. Yeah. You do remember last week when Reggie helped you fish all those old plastic bottles and aluminum cans from Dennis's trash. Hey reg over here. Can you give me a hand? I'm going through Dennis is trash and he's not recycling anything I mean. Fish all these bottles and cans out of this trash bin. You want us to help you. Dentists as. Well as I always say, reg one birds, trash is another bird treasure. The Wow. Do you remember? Oh. Yeah. But but I was talking about trash that could actually be recycled and turned into something new. Because otherwise all that trash gets dumped into a giant trash dump or landfill, and well, that's not good for our environment. Picking Up. down. Guy. Arise talking about rash turning into treasure. Meant recycling deaths. Oh, and Xiaojing Bhai these one hundred and nine hundred boxes. Actually one, hundred, ninety, two boxes downing judging by those one, hundred, ninety, two boxes. You actually generated more trash. You, know what they say. I one person's trash is another person's toilet paper dispenser. That plays Christmas. Songs. report. You're calling my Wifi enabled Bluetooth, ready egg beater earings. Well. Yes. Sir I mean, no, I mean. Look at all the plastic and cardboard out here. All these things you've ordered are packed in stuff that's going to go in the trash. Recycling. India, unfortunately, that's not going to solve the problem. Of course, it will. What are you talking about Garros? Haven't? You heard heard what? Well, for the past few decades, a lot of our recycling things like paper and plastic and glass has actually been shipped off to China to get recycled. Except over the past year, China has told the world that it can't take all of our junk anymore. Why not? Well, we humans have generated too much of it and recycling all of that crash has become too difficult for China. So, what does that mean for how we recycle our garbage? Well, it means that in many cities in America and even in other countries they stopped recycling. Just stopped, recycling like Dennis. Mandy. I didn't stop recycling I never started gay Roz, if they're not recycling than what's happening with all that cardboard and plastic, well, a lot of it is being incinerated or burned. Well, that sounds like a pretty good plan to me. Well, unfortunately, it's not because every time you burn this stuff, it creates pollution in our air pollution that makes our air dirty
How Do You Make Ice Cream?
"Rubia Kamara is the chef and co owner of an cream shop called Ruby scoops, which is planning on opening up in a new location in Richmond Virginia here, the United States later this year. Rabiu is our guest for this episode and she says, she decided to make a career in ice cream when she started to think about being an adult who needed to have a job and how to have a job that feels like fun at least most of the time I realized that I was GonNa say signed working and I wanted to do some that enjoyed doing. So I went to culinary school and we learned how to make ice cream like in a machine, their small machine but I really enjoyed the process and the different things you could add to it and fell in love with it and just decided. That if I was GonNa do something for myself long-term. I wanted to be ice cream because I from my childhood even now to adult Abulat fond memories that include ice cream and I wanted to be a part of that for families and friends in people that I know and don't know into you know old a special place in their heart through. What makes your ice cream special will I I? It's delicious Zeiss Grievous but we make it all by hand. So it's all small batch make more than like four gallons at a time because of the machine and have. We do Vegetarian Gluten Free Vegan. We're working on some sugar free. So we're doing our best to make sure that we can accommodate everybody's lifestyles, dietary restrictions and slipped Reggie with cool Sitri and then ownership wise. We are black women and we're on what kind of edge does that give you that another shot might not have for us it's very important that we make people feel. Safe and inclusive and accepted because the things that we've both had issues with. Throughout our own lives, we want everybody to be able to come into the shop. We matter what they look like at identify as who they you know whatever they're going through we want them to feel safe to come and enjoy. Ice Cream cookie with themselves with whomever they desire and. Feel like that space is there's Well. That's cool. Because everybody should be able to enjoy ice cream. Absolutely. Absolutely. That's exactly. It's also the way a lot of our young listeners field. So let's hear some of your questions. Hello I'M CHARLOTTE I'll leave in Australia Newcastle and Fluffy so deny. To, learn how to Mike US Cream. I names ULA years old from Nova Scotia Canada, and I'm wondering how does not turn into ice cream? Hi May name is May and flavors up, and my question is holidays came made ice cream sounds like it's just cold cream, but there's a little more to it. So what is ice cream? So ice cream is defined as a frozen dairy dessert. That basically has air like incorporated into it while it's freezing because while the air. So the basis of it is usually heavy cream milk. Sometimes I'd guilt not always use sugar and then whatever your flavorings are gonna be. So we basically he'd all those things up together bring him to a point where all of our ron greedier become safe to eat. Whole it down and then. Put it into machine which we refer to as a batch freeze there that we would turn on as a cylinder on inside so that ice cream is spinning as getting cold. So while we incorporate air that ice cream, if you will you get basically this fluffy creamy product because when you mix. Hold an air milk. You get that texture that we all know as ice cream if it didn't spin around if you didn't get the air into it, would it just be like a block of ice to ascend? So does going to save. You don't put the air intuit things that we also know popsicles if you've ever had like a fudgesicle which is the icy but still cold that is what would happen if you didn't pump that air into it so that if you wanNA sound fancy, we referred to that freezing as. Simply. Frozen. So quietly frozen basically freezes. In like a period of inactivity.
Getting Out Of Prison Sooner
"Alexis Nicholson, has this picture from when she was eight years old, so yeah, this picture means to me I've always had onto even though she's a piece of paper from chucky cheese. It's a picture from her eighth birthday party. There were a lot of people there, but this picture especial to Alexis because it's just her and her Dad Reggie there in a photo booth in their heads are up against each other smiling. Shaky cheese and I. don't really it's hard to talk about. Alexis is Reggie's only daughter. She's twenty five years old now, and she got this picture printed on a pink sweatshirt that she's wearing. I've always been a daddy's girl. You know what I mean so I've I've always been close to him? Even though he's always been far away, I guess you could say her. Dad was arrested not too long after that birthday party when he was just twenty five years old, according to transcripts, the police had shown up at Reggie's house in Oklahoma City because it's home. Burglary alarm had gone off Reggie wasn't home for it, but when he got there, his door was left, wide open and police were waiting outside. They had responded to the alarm. And Reggie told the cops they could go in look around, and while they were looking around, they found a shoebox with some drugs, money and a gun inside. And they arrested Reggie. I do remember when I got told. My grandma beats me up from school. And She was just like they got you. In I knew I knew she was talking to Bellboy at. Believe is so I asked her I said who I said WHO has she? The police do. The police found six hundred and thirty five grams of crack cocaine in the shoebox, which is a decent amount it would be like to soda worth of crack a little over a pound enough to be considered trafficking. This was in two thousand and three now. If you were caught with this exact amount of drugs today in Oklahoma. The most prison time you could get is twenty years so a long time. But the laws were much harsher back then, especially, because Reggie had been caught with drugs twice before, and that combination to drug convictions plus a trafficking conviction it carried one sentence and one sentence only the rest of your life at the trial. The prosecutor told the jury that life meant. They could give reggie a million years if they wanted. Mercy is for people who don't commit one crime. After another, the prosecutor said mercy he said is for the innocent. The jury gave Reggie Life in prison without the possibility of ever getting out, that was mandatory, but then the jury added another one, thousand, six hundred and fifty years after life, even though that's impossible, and even though he didn't do anything violent. For Lexus it was like she had to mourn. A living person is different from see somebody in a casket versus going to a prison in. You can't leave with the person that you WANNA. Leave with this breathing that the person has life. You know what I mean. This impossibly long sentence came out at a time when Democrats and Republicans were trying to top each other how tough they could be on crime especially on drugs, and even more especially on crack. They said someone like Reggie's should never come out but this. After seventeen years behind bars, reggie got the chance to do something. He never imagined he'd be able to. Your original Nicholson Nicholson Junior. Mr Nicholson. Could you give me your? Number please Sir Reggie got the chance to ask to be considered to be released from prison one day. Even though he was told, this would never be a possibility, but here he is before April board about to make his case. You recognize these folks. Asserts mom this. Magadan okay great they've this was in February. We were able to be there for this. For Reggie's parole hearing his whole family showed up off my dad. Also I didn't see this big back. That's my day her. For All in small conference room at a prison in Oklahoma City. Reggie's the only one appearing by video screen. Nicholson. Would you raise your right hand, please? Swear the testimony you will be before the board will be the true. This hearing was almost impossible to imagine twenty years ago and Reggie didn't get this opportunity because his case stood out. It didn't standout. Reggie dot before this board, because lawmaker said maybe we went too far, not just with Reggie with a lot of people.
DOT Inspector General's Report Says Boeing Misled FAA
"7 37 max finds the company misled regulators about a critical flight control system on the plane. There's David Shaper reports the investigation by the Department of Transportation's inspector general could help bolster efforts to reform the aircraft certification process. Dio TI inspector general found it in the initial stages of developing the 7 37 max Boeing described a new automated flight control system called M cast as a modification that was relatively benign. But over time, Boeing made significant changes. TomKat so would act more forcefully and repeatedly, the investigation finds the company failed to disclose those changes to the FAA. Investigators say the system was flawed and in plane crashes in Indonesia in Ethiopia, it erroneously forced the plains into fatal nosedives. Reggie's report also faults the FAA for poor communication and for handing over too much of the responsibility for certifying the plane to Boeing. Lawmakers say the findings will help them craft legislation to strengthen FAA oversight. David Shaper. NPR
Boston Rally Calls To Defund Police
"A Boston rally calling for defunding police here's WBZ-TV's Christina Hager dreads gathering to urge lawmakers not to spend money beefing up the police budget they started at the Reggie Lewis center in Roxbury activist Monica cannon grant fighting a proposal to award police bonuses for de escalation in anti bias training nobody should have to pay you to not be racist if that's not an incentive that should come as part of the job also in this crowd Eric garner junior whose father died six years ago in New York City when police there had a minute show cold during
Public Viewing For Rayshard Brooks Held At Ebenezer Baptist, Atlanta
"The way shard Brooks killed by police outside a Wendy's in Atlanta his body arrived at Ebenezer Baptist church a short time ago in a public viewing begins later this hour Russia we we have to pay our last respect was because you know that the show was one of us lifelong Atlanta residents wearing masks you're telling me they are drawn here to Ebenezer Baptist church to pay their final respects to Richard Brooks and his family members Reggie selling black lives matter T. shirts out here for ten dollars across the street from the church mother the cane was a perfect example having a memorial at the church where he was bad at also commemorates a peaceful man
"reggie" Discussed on Book of Basketball 2.0
"Like thirty five seconds left Pacers somebody but he misses rebound goes off. I think if they review it. I actually think it's Bucks Bah Pacers Baugh go around. They're trying to get a reggie. They can't find it goes to Jalen slices is in goes to Travis. Best in the Corner Chavez best buries a corner trade best I Miss Travis. We miss his corner three. They're up two bucks go in they Miss Ervin Janse rebound fouled misses the first makes the second and then they freeze and forget the vowel Reggie and Adam losing but that game is really good like that that has definitely like a loss classic and then we mentioned the Oh to New Jersey game. What else does age the best for you? Anything that will the eight points and nine seconds. Obviously as like. That's legend banking right there. That's that's gotTa be first place on the line. You're not gonna like I have that. Come on you're not like my thoughts. Okay Yeah I here's here's one as the best for me and this is like a very specific thing thing that I didn't even notice until I re watched the clips on Youtube was one thousand nine hundred eighty eight that nick series they love so much yes thirty eight against the Knicks in game four four and he hits the three to send the game into overtime he they missed the first shot. The ball gets battered around gets knocked out I think it goes to like a bulldozers Both series next ninety s against the Knicks. Okay Ninety Eight. This is against the next game for The bogus swung around and Reggie ends up wide open wide open. Just there's nobody within seven feet of him they show it they show from like the opposite end of the court. So you're looking at Reggie's back as he goes up to shoot and unripe pass Reggie and like that first group of stance you see this woman. WHO's cheering because they missed the first shot? They're showing this much. She's like Yes yes. The boggles batted around. She sees it go to Reggie and when she looks at Reggie and sees that it's him you could see a very clear he goes no action movie. It's a slow motion. He comes up with that beautiful shot and she's watching in the splash zone. I love that clip. I love this summer. You could ask about action movies. You can inspire that kind of fear in somebody's right before you even let the ball go like good point. Steph is the same sort of way as soon as you're like fuck because you it's go in as he may. He missed that three in game six in the finals. The got him a good shot and just the one that just happened when Toronto one. Yeah couldn't believe leave. It didn't go in. Everybody thought it was going. What is soon as he gets a little bit of space to get it off like this is going in this guy? Bird had the greatest one of all time of those which one game for junior skyhook game. Oh Yeah and they order and I went into that corner role about book rattles out. He pushes off. It gets opened in the corner and I was like dead on online with it. I still don't know how they're going. And you're at that game. I was at that game sitting in the seat that game. They all walk by the tunnel. And you see me with like this during the events. Yeah anything else. Age the best for reporter make you mad again His haircut unlike his haircuts Caplis the flattop would sage the whereas the Pacers uniforms in the mid-nineties some reflux. No Yeah I was GONNA make you bad way. Which one are you talking about all of them? Not all of them there are. There are awful the dark blue with the stripes with Isabelle era for white no absolutely cavs jazz uniforms ones. But is this I think the eight points in nine seconds. Okay here's my case. I'm going to leave. Twenty twenty two twenty two foot three point lead. It's basically like he's a junior high school three point line for the two threes. You know that rule in general when they shortened it. I said that it was probably the most memorable. We didn't think this through panic scenic rule that they've ever made other than the one where after the tests may they made the. You can't leave the bench role after Miami where that then didn't account for Amare Camara being upset that Steve. Nash just got whipped into the scores table and took. We should talk talk about that. We should talk about. No we just talk about heating your whipped into. He acted he was cloud. Robert Horry assaulted them. Should be Robert Ory jail. GUASTA class. You'd be in jail. Claire Robert Ory bumps them national up some. Yeah he bumps him with us like with his hip not even all full body. Just a little boom Steve Nash. Running by boat. Knock some Nash to his credit very smartly dives into the fucking Canadian dive in the side and then besides that besides he hits it and then he throws both of his arms back and falls and of course not let you think he got killed his salted outed. That's what happens. I got so that three point line was terrible. The push off for this for this before the second three When he shoves the title barely touches them he barely issue Straw? Right to your the Dick's doing that. That was the one where Was Derek Harper was supposed to be the guy who like inbounds the ball for them and he was out of the game. Anthony Mason ends up with it. Who apparently was they're worse than the other thing to me? It's like all right. He scored eight points and nine seconds the last two free interest unfathomable to me. That's almost it should be remembered more as an unbelievable choke job by the Knicks. Because they leave Reggie wide open for the first three. Here's an idea guard. Reggie Miller the best three point shooter in the week when you can make twenty feet. They throw the ball right to him for the second. Take care you should shoot another one starts gets fouled. Now it's a tie game. It went from one. Five Ninety nine to tie game timeout Knicks had the ball all starts gets fouled Mrs both readers big time you and gets the rebound for the second one. Has A ten foot shot. Misses it the back Reggie she biller. Who couldn't rebound to save his life somehow gets the rebound and they fucking foul Reggie Miller? Yes he pacers. Go Up to time out now. What's our play here? Let's run this one. Let's run Greg. Anthony Greg Anthony A left-hander dribbling to his rate and then just falling down all roll out of bounds sounds came over. It's unbelievable it was a big. I remember that were as the Knicks choke and then they joked that game seventy s a big choke but listen all of the things. You're saying all your criticisms and I'm I'm GonNa say this as nicely as possible. They're stupid they're stupid. You can't get mad that Reggie pushed a new New York Knicks when they're out there fucking clubbing people in the chest with sledgehammer He caused the ball in like anybody else. They catch that ball they they go to the rim immediately true or false two of his most three famous threes. He pushed off true. Okay Jordan one in the second. Can't I'm just throwing this in what age the worst. MJ Once when they were really going at it. M J insulted him by saying that Miller's hands on defense made him feel like playing were Ma- made playing him feel like quote a chicken fighting with the women. Everybody got mad. And this is like the way prio. Kerr sound like people were defensive in in the mid nineties his pupil like wait. You can't say that I'm Jay. And he had to. I think apologised Ninety six Dream Team. The starters were shacked Barclay. Pippen Penny Mitch Richmond. That as the worst Reggie has to be starting on that I think that's a bridge You can't deny this. He invented the. I'm kick my legs out to try to get a call move. Yes that's terrible that's led to a lot of dumb shit more. That's a lot of terrible things over the past twenty five years is this is. I'M GONNA outsmart. I'm going to do everything I can't if me and you get into a fight you're like what six inches taller than me me. And you start fighting right now. I'm going to pick up that way behind and I'm GonNa Bugging Bash you in in the head with it because it's going to happen to the you have to do what you have to do to get whatever advantage you can like. Are we going to be mad at him that he was saying support sheeting mean. Thanks nerd corner do you know what the forty seven thirty seven eighty seven clubs who who on planet earth decide. You knows that you just made it up. I made it up. I literally made it up. It's a club that I've made up eight guys. Seven hundred game minute. Minimum Forty seven percents thirty seven percent three point eighty seven percent free throw so it's almost fifty four nine because there's no career fifty forty thirty nine guys now. So this is the coast at forty seven. Thirty seven. Eighty seven Larry Bird Jeff. Hornacek Kevin Durant Steve Nash. Mark Price Dirk Lewinsky. Reggie Miller and one party crasher. Jose Calderon Jose Calderon. Shoot that ball. Those are the only guys ever forty seven hundred seventy seven get seven hundred games Next category was he one of one in other words. Yes physician original prototype like Charles Barkley one of one. We're never seen another Charles. Barkley never happening right manute. Bol One of one one of these never happen again. I love it. I love this category reginalism one of one. I would say no who who who. I think. We'll see more Reggie Miller's because I think we're GONNA see a lot of three point shooters we'll have I mean maybe eventually sure yeah but the NBA around. That's what I mean eventually. Eventually oh I say we never see another Berkeley. I say we never either manute Bol. Who drafted the new Barclay now? He's now why not ah now. He's like he's like Barkley. Crossed with Carl Malone okay. I'm saying one original original prototype. I think yeah I think I I think one of one where ever see another Manu. We know you never see another mini. Never seen it. I've never seen that whenever another team. That's true a Nigerian soccer player. Who when his age fifteen super specific? Yeah he's like well. Yeah then we'll never see another. Reggie never seen. This is the greatest basketball player while time no register one of one you say no no because I think we could see him again be. I don't think we can see him again because basketball is so much different than it was back. You mentioned before how the whole team was set up. Let's just let Reggie run twelve miles a game and we're going to set a bunch of picks forum and get him as many threes as we can't like we're not going to see it again now we won't see and then you gotta he's gotTa he's gotTa be He's gotTa be trashed off. You'RE GONNA be at your mansion attention in Kabul with Vin. Diesel Reggie mcshea. Did you see we have another. Reggie Miller registered was the top floor of trash talker of all time that could happen again so therefore building a one of one. You're going to have to have a guy who's not afraid of the moment you're GonNa have the guy who who's a top four trash talker you're gonNA have to have a guy who fucking who invents a thing if you're saying Reggie invented the delay kicking out thing like we need a new version of that. The is this domino theory that checkoff every kid right now between the ages of eight and fifteen including probably. Your sons are just jacking threes on a playground. Right now not actually playing basketball. It's going to be this whole generation of Reggie Miller's one of them were crossover All right we disagree. That unintentional. Comedy wrinkle the Cheryl chance. Were pretty funny there for a couple years that that was like ways the crowds thought they could get under skin by saying his sister's name right some bad heckling. Yeah it's like not very really Reggie's like well. I was playing pretty well. Oh but then they started changing my sister's name and it just threw me off. This is like what were we thinking. There's like if you're if you're acting in a movie and then the people inside start chanting dinsdale's Dinsdale's name like obviously not dinsdale watch. Yeah this is the greatest of all time also to sister. He loves his sister. No bad mar thrown off Defining playoff moment. That when we don't even need to go into I mean he got his own thirty for thirty two years. We've got an hour long thirty for thirty non superstar. Who has that? That was why that was one of my favorite thirty for thirty s because when we told people were doing that when they're like I was so that's the only one I've bought that one Sagrada Dan Chorus one of the best ones next category market. CORRECTOR market corrected..
"reggie" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Reggie talk radio seventy seven W. A. B. C. well we have an accident as you go out and from Jersey city toward New York so it's going to be a slow ride getting past the south corny exit plus you also have a stolen vehicle outbound on ninety five coming off the George Washington bridge in the local lanes so stick with the express lanes or room for ordered forty six invention W's okay no problems link in our Holland tunnels west side highway in Harlem river drive moved well up to the George Washington bridge in queens getting some slow traffic down north bend on the van Wyck rock we Boulevard up through Jamaica but your final Long Island L. E. northern states seven state secrets you talk radio seventy seven W. all aboard the holiday train show at the New York botanical garden New York city's favorite holiday tradition is back featuring model train zipping past replicas of landmarks like the statue of liberty Brooklyn Bridge and Rockefeller Center make your best holiday memories with carolers treats and festive dining and shopping it's fun for everyone twenty minutes from Grand Central on metro north the holiday train show at the New York botanical garden through January twenty six get tickets at NYPD dot org I'm John not sure this is the John Batchelor show command sergeant major David van his book is they were heroes sergeant majors tribute to the combat marines.
"reggie" Discussed on The Nod
"Combat. Check bogota's very special episode of the combat jack show out of seven years. This is the only show that never showed up to record and the reason why is because i got hit with real life shit couple of weeks ago. I was diagnosed with colon cancer. I was rushed to hospital had some pretty severe <hes> a surgery on the men right now and i'm about to jump on his journey to health chemo. It boy ain't going nowhere. No you know we're gonna keep doing this. I keep wracking would keep you posted in the wake of reddy's announcement. Some of the most important people in hip hop shared their support report in his clip started to circulate around social media. It's a video reggie lying on hospital bed. He's in a blue gown tube spiraling out of his wrist. He's got his phone on speaker and a familiar voice booms out it was l._l. Cool j. encourage every game refined. You know just just blinded. Show you know best yet to come. Don't don't be discouraged or just made missile encourage them since they told me. I never felt no discouragement. I never found type of heaviness. I know they're easy second the hospital. I know it's not going to be easy but you know. I keep everything around me. Positive and you quality let me know oh man thank you man. This means a whole lot man klaus after a couple of weeks in the hospital. Correggio was sent home to recuperate. People kept coming out to see him kept showing love but the people closest to him started to worry. He didn't seem to be regaining strength. His premium one thing about combat is he had a he he he he was built guy. You know he had thickly you know mica like samoan legs you know and he really lost all his weight on his legs and you know and he was disintegrating as as crazy as that sounds and you know and i would come by once a week and visit him. I says what do you want. What would you want like. I you know would would you want me to bring and he's like me so soup and i'll never forget i stopped by both three me so soups and one from me and we sat there and eight me soup and he looked at me and he sake you'll peo- maxi. Something dr fucked up. I mean look at me. My legs this skinny i go. I'll fucked up out here right and i'll be honest with you is the first time i have i am eh. He knew me to always keep it real to fucking real to blunt to challenge them. I always did as much as he challenged me. That was the one time i was you a great man. He's like nah mantle. Now you agree 'cause i couldn't. I couldn't tell him that. Reggie's condition continued to deteriorate and after a couple of weeks at home he was admitted to the hospital again his eldest sons chew and in some of the people who were closest to him came to be by side. Here's meakin registered brother max <hes> mika colt and she was like he's come back. You need to get back in like now and <hes> so it was like thanks like two o'clock in the morning and <hes> vigil just like watching watching him in his vitals were getting like lower and lower and it was crazy because earlier in the night <hes> like i remember looking at what is number as the blood pressure so diastolic and systolic historic numbers and his oxygen levels and <hes> walking around like he was like he was in like a i._c._u. And comparing his numbers with other other people's and like fuck this is bad like these people who look like they're not in good shape and his numbers are much worse than we sat there <hes> together you know all you know holding his hand you know talking to him saying you know our last goodbyes and three o'clock in the morning we're just like sitting around his bed just not really talking just like watching him fadeaway and i i should get the exact time i think you sort of like sunday not off and <hes> like the hospital staff came in and took like they you know flashlights in his eyes if they would dilate and they didn't mccall it said he we saw his heart. Stop now. Is it in the early hours of december twentieth. Two thousand seventeen radio say died. He was fifty three two years old. He survived by his wife came and his four children chuma kyw kara in all of the many many many people who loved him thought a lot about reggie over the past few months when you take someone's life and try to atomised it and shrink it into an hour. You have to ask yourself which really important for us to say about this man what he stands for. What does this story mean. I think it's best if i let regio the last word the combat jack show always ended the same way reggie repeated this mantra where he told his audience dream those dreams demand up and women up up in live those dreams when i hear those words makes me think reggie was someone who was never afraid to do just that he dreamed those dreams and and then he lived them so one last time. Let's hear those words so it'd be only right if we say internet's you know what time it is dreamed dreamed dreams than men and women up and live them dreams because a life without dreams is black and white and the universe although again fucking.
"reggie" Discussed on The Nod
"Listening to able to get people from hip hop to open up in a way you didn't hear anywhere else. Here's the combat jack show's was executive producer chris morrow well a lot of the other hip hop shows <hes> the intense energy has always come from beefs from confrontations people talking about each other people storming out of the room during interviews. That was never reggie's intention. Reggie was always trying to create a space where people could really open up be transparent in a way that they haven't been before. I think really one of the best examples of that is the interview he did with denies from boogie down productions in that episode denies told a story about how a beef got into in the bronx resulted in the death of his mentor scotla rock to me the first important cat that died and rat wisconsin scott lavar so you want the store yeah so this shooting at us. I see scott swerving. You know what i'm saying. I look and i can literally see the blood coming out of his head. You know what i mean <hes> yes. She's crazy <hes> and you know when it just freaked me out because it's like bullets had to go pass had to go past us to hit scott. You know what i mean like and <hes> yes yea. Sorry man i give him. I don't know no notion thinking about this. You know what i mean because it's the dude who introduced me everything that i do. Change your life yeah. I don't even talk about this much but yeah seeing that was was crazy. You know in knowing that it was over nothing right you know so in in <hes> yeah.
"reggie" Discussed on The Nod
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I never had the experience of really seeing mm-hmm foundation disappear into my skin like just totally blend in and do the thing i appreciate the most was that she educated me on how to use the product in a way that was my speed that was like the biggest thing it was like the most comprehensive education i've ever been given with over the three thousand shades before has foundation for everyone find yours together with sephora today when reggie bounce from sane woods. He didn't really plan what would come next in other than practice law. He never really done anything else. What he did have breath or the time he saw tragedy qaddafi pissing in an ice bucket inside the v._i._p. Section club reggie had a ton of entry stories. He's like that because thousands reggie now at a place to put him. He started to write a blog see. This is pre twitter pre instagram. Graham prianti have in a facebook back. Then blogging was the hot new trend reggie jumped on it. He started dropping these wild industry stories under the pen name combat jack to give you a sense of a readies blog was like we're going to recreate one of his post with the help of a special guest. My name is jamal. Oh say i'm reggie son and i'm going to be reading the part of combat. Jack schumer's readies eldest. He's twenty one and he's an up and coming rapper and it's kind of uncanny kenny just how much he looks like reggie. The blockbuster you're about to hear is called the time i smoked a blunt to pock sorta nine hundred ninety two back. Then reggie was still in the music business. He's representing a new group called ground zero who was supposed to be like the east coast version of n._w._e._a. W._f._a._n. That's what i feel like. The group managed by this kadam easy lee and he was a real character. Easy was one of those pretty boy type of cats who has actually really grinding so much so that you wouldn't trust your cash your girl your mom's your your kids your c._d.'s. Your clothes you flat out couldn't trust this fucker. I wonder why he didn't just call himself. Greasy lead one night reggie ground borough greasy league go to concert at the end of the night. The cooling suffer an after party in greece. He starts to tell the story he says that during the concert he got backstage age in that while he was backstage started going for his by grabbing all types of ship other people's belongings and stuff until he came upon his black leather pele pele pele jacket with an image of a black stallion embroidered on the back he takes it out and shows all the coat and i'm like yeoman. That's really fucked. Fucked up on. Get down like that but what's in the pockets. He goes all up in the pockets and produces a wallet containing none other than to box occurs of course driver's license. That's right this dude. Greasy lead stolen pox jacket. We can go into the pockets and she produces the largest the most beautifullest f._m. Bag of chronic weed i have ever seen in my life so they light up and they're they were smoking two week. I'll know what greasy ended up doing with the jacket impacts license. I don't fuck with cats like that anymore. I just hope that this incident didn't trigger that crazy ass nigga to pot to go off the deep end resulting in him hating big puffy and just about anything else us east coast related good looking out pocked thug life and all that my nigga r._i._p. Stories like this made reggie's post stand out most bloggers fan sharing their pains from their bedrooms and that's cool for reggie was different. He'd actually she'd been in the room. When some of hip hop most iconic moments played out he was the weblog star reg was the star because the industry stories that he told was so deep with so personal and detailed detailed and and the opened up side of the industry that no one had ever heard of or experienced before that styles pin. He was popular blogger as well. Dow's might have considered regius star but for a long time he had no idea who he was as far as dallas new combat jack. She's screen name. That was intentional. Reggie still had a lot of connections in the music industry and he knew some of these stories would piss people off but as his post racked up more and more of us reggie couldn't resist the urge. Tell some people who he really was meyer introduction to reggie my first meaning with reggie isn't a little of a nightclub not even a nightclub a little bar <hes> belmont lounge and i'm inside the spot and it's like it's right next to irving plaza on east fifteenth street and my man spinning in there and and do just like you know oh you might not think now. I know you man mike brother good to meet you now. You don't know me so you dallas. They said oh. I mean yeah. I am dallas pin so come at you said it's kind of like some like james bond spy sir. I was like oh snagging outta here. I mean you know combat jack. I love your writing. Stories are incredible. You are walk. Don't mean as dole to meet you man. Yeah i mean i f which you have reggie had no idea at at the time but this encounter with dow's pin it would change his life for real look..
"reggie" Discussed on Mogul: The Life and Death of Chris Lighty
"Now. We're the early days of the blog air the golden era <hes> some of you guys. I don't know what that is but for me. It's like it's one of my favorite times. It was the point where reggie leave after leaving us saying woods was able to take the sort of unknown ambiguous figure that he created combat jack as a blogger telling these very indepth and unique and personal final stories from deep behind the industry lines and eventually morphing that into a very public persona that we would go on to see at the combat jack show when it initially debuted on all nine radio <hes> eventually that show a transition and go to podcasting but reggie would still use those same those same tricks and tools and trades ones that we just heard about but he didn't do it along. Reggie did this with a very unique cast. I'm sure you guys have all heard the combat jack show he did this with a very unique cast of what i call the extrordinary mary gentlemen someone who bring them all out on stage. I out dallas pain. I'm still here. The snow here. I'm still here next up was bring up a king. The of course we gotta bring premium pete fresh off vacation. The one thing i think <hes> i take away so many of the stories and the conversation you guys would have guessed but i think one of the bigger takeaways and i think when you listen to podcasts today with a lot of people are trying to create. Is that energy you as a group. It just felt so unique and it really felt like here's a group of guys have jumped on this podcast. Is this audio audio platform and art imitating. This is really them and it feels like the thing that we all have at home that we kind of took away when we go to work. They think that we can't bring out in the public and you guys. Were here making it your at work you know i think it was early on it. Was you know none of us. Were really working for a check. You know we were waiting for a check and that's how much we believe in what we were doing. Even though at the time i remember meeting people and you know you look at this data podcasting our it's. It's the the thing to do and i remember at that time. People like oh you got a podcast. That's cute and the unknown but we're here today and you all jumped out there and brought this unique energy. How would you describe it for me. It feels like being outside like those like when you're at the barbershop and it's dues outside's not getting a haircut but they're at the barbershop. It felt like that like just a friendly camaraderie but you guys were also no-holds-barred. You're all friends but you because we do that. If you enjoy the combat jack show the recorded version the what you would have gone abe ship for with a two hours two and a half hours spent in the studio and p._n._c. while aching uploaded the show to be a hard filed to me. Listen to later because our it shows a p._n._c. initially they were streamed live so while it's being streamed live is being it's being recorded but it wasn't being saved. It took the the same amount of time we recorded at the show was two hours three hours. Whatever it was it took that time same time in real time to uploading so we would then chill there with a king because eight king would do all of this and if we laughed at it but but we stay with him we stay with you because it also gave us a place to do folks to the function that took place when the microphone when all talk about it was is the best thing that y'all will never hear and and you know just having this collection of different characters all disparate spirit all kind of you know in their own ways individual fuck todd's being together and and once once these guys got together i mean that was it but aching is a he's. He's a visionary and he loves this thing and for years. Compete have been have been determined to try and get a tier two kings. If y'all will help us do that tonight the king that's not happening. I tell you now crazy recipe's to our brother. The show price one time for sean price favorite moments of the combat jack show's when we had sean sean i mean sean price was the first besides boston and just one of the first episodes i remember we went to go. Take a group pick and we were sitting there. All everybody was brooklyn up by you know next thing you know is we had a guy from high times on the guy danny danko so so everybody was smoking weed all all be buoyed up all brooklyn up me realizing after ten minutes there was no one in front of us to take a pitcher no one me in the whole crew and sean price and and i never forget this is one one of my favorite moments you know i haven't smoked in twenty years and that night i smoked and the room was spinning and i remember we went to. We mentioned boys electric bowery for monday. Mobile mondays and i remember combat was dancing. He loves the house music and he was dancing and endows doing this. Oh crap and i was so high. Fucking soak lab was running through my heart and i remember they literally walked into. They ran into this other room and i thought there was a problem so i'm ready to like. I went from being so happy to be like what's the matter with my people and i ran into the other room and i swear to god look. Nobody had a problem. Nobody had bill. Nobody had any issue and there were dancing to all his house music and just blaze blaze was battling them in his fucking circle dance dance battle and combat was he didn't have no form move so he was doing some top top moves in dallas do some top moves and and just was burning them so i remember him doing some move and shit and he walked away. You and i was like man. I can't let that happen to combat jack show family so nobody knew that i knew how to break dance so so so tap just on his shoulder and i just did some flow work a windmill back to a head spin some light some light and i was and his you want to demonstrate his demonstrate not. I'm good but here's a crazy thing. Here's the thing i was high. Fuck a shell samat res- matt rad ed was right next to me and when i came back he was like you know i came into came back. He was like holy shit. That was amazing and i was like thank you. Thank you thank you just went. I went again and then he came back at that wasn't that good then. I like did some move where i went on the nijaz blaze legs and then i came back to matt because matt was my coach and that was suspect but the bottom line is is you know speaking moments that is even though he's not here today. You know whether he meant to do this or not. He formed the brotherhood. You know he format amount you know. He formed a lot of people who love each other and love him. You know <hes> say this all the time and you you know i didn't have a big brother. You know <hes> combat. That's how i looked at him. You know <hes> you know a special moments. Dow's invited i to me you know to come on in two thousand ten. I didn't know what to expect. I didn't know i'd be his. They you know it's <hes> he's going to try trying to get from me. He's no he. He's italian. He cries watching goodfellas. You get to hear from him and foot for free. I wanted to hear from you can fucking guy. <hes> you guys give it up for just blaze. At this point in our live show just blaze in the iconic hip hop producer in former combat jack show cast member walked in and join the guys on stage. His timing was perfect yeah a couple of times. Let me tell you. I never forget how one hundred dollars in my bank account and his guy showed up at the studio from helicopter. I was go one day will make wanna jump to this clip real. Oh quit of just how combat jack away from the microphone how you would operate behind the scenes registering was always complimenting people that was one of his like goto moves he would compliment you and whatever wherever you wearing so like it took me a while because he always chrissy look good. Did you just lose weight yeah yeah he was <hes> definitely like that as a actually a greater analogy by chris do do you remember the compliment. He gave you the most. He'd see you chris. I love your sneakers. Where'd you get dope fucking hoodie man like where'd you get that like when you get that book bag. It's been in the gym yeah right. Ah yeah i i was like oh thanks man you know and then i was like come on man. Stop it. He's like i know but this is a good thing to do to people. I think that was his style of conversation. Though like of how how he reggie was weird men as funny as it is. He's a lawyer but he's a kind of. I kind of want to say he was shy. I know it may sound weird but like like meaning like so he would use those type of style to break someone down. I remember when i first met reggie did tell me at a nice jacket back in so every time i saw him. He would give me a company like killing it but he was just being nice. He wasn't just being nice. I mean he. He's an artist also so he loves was details. So if you see something where detail catches design he likes i mean i'm i'm dressed up for reggie tonight and there's no reason season. Anyone should feel any kind of way about dressing up for somebody guy or girl all right i was i was reading a story that my angelou was was telling where room she would go visit her. Before she had became rich and famous she would go visit her girlfriend so she might go see her. Mom and she didn't have no bread at the time but she would take out the best dress she had and she iron it. She would clean it up for that visit that she was going to have because of the reverend she had for the company when he was about to keep and i mean that's all that was one of the main reasons i love. Come into the show was put on something ending where reggie might be like yo. What's that you know and just blaze join. I was like oh shit. You know you always gotta keep something for just blaze that always he's got a raise but he's not just being nice. He studies studies.
"reggie" Discussed on Mogul: The Life and Death of Chris Lighty
"Guys. Thank weren't really in that kind of lifestyle that time but he would look over us and i remember distinctly just hanging out and join the vibes joined rapper and some briggs answers. I got into break dancing. A little bit in reggie was like yeah he knew all the rappers mc and then all of a sudden. You know you heard these noises. I thought it was fireworks. I was like oh they got fireworks so so i looked around and i saw everybody running and i was like where's the way running registered dealer school. I was like what are we always. Go so you live right day. Hey why are we going and in franklin jumping cards car so we jumped in his car. Say what are we going to shootout. What and reggie was like reggie was very calm and i was like freaking out and i was like holy shit man. What should we call the cops. He said no. We need to get out of here so so that was a good experience at reg and show that he was calm and cool. I tell people that he was immersed in the culture even back then that he was part of the culture he knew exactly what to do. You know it was it was already ingrained in him tonight even know so he andrus data whole world in dallas. You came around similar time as well right grew up in new york city a similar time but i grew up in queens. We'll tell you about the park gyms out there and what we might have been seen out there. I mean the same thing that's happening in brooklyn is happening in queens. It's happening happening through the city and i mean really contextualized what's going on. Is that the federal government cities. You know i got a love for we are so big cities new york detroit chicago kind of left to their own devices and what that meant is during the summer <hes> uh-huh you could basically i mean police weren't really concerned with people knocking over the head. They were they were concerned with the drug trade. Heroin was was was heavy in the streets. There and prostitution was a big problem in the streets then so i mean neighborhood block poise i mean you could go to a lamp post open up the back of it poor power and basically have a party going on and provided. No one shot anything the police. You probably wouldn't bother you guys. I mean wouldn't come eventually. I mean people would disburse anyway. I mean around midnight. You had to go home anyway. Your parents let you rock for a little while but at midnight y'all the rules growing up ben when the street lights came on you had to be home unless it was a block party then you've got to stay out a little later but i mean just throughout the city was this was this kind of energy that came from leaving people to their own devices and not really providing any the resources for them so i mean an empty lot with a mattress. That's that's a jungle gym. That's where people are in gymnastics and say say this now and it sounds kind of quaint sounds kind of funny but literally this is your playground so it's found items and it's found things and and you cobble them together and make something and that that is that's that's really the birth of hip hop so readies coming up and in our influences are just every everything that's that's on the radio everything that's on television and that could be disco that could be classic rock like steely dan. That's comic books for sure. I mean that's that's an incredible visual medium for us kids. It's it's the subways when you can hop a train and not worry about police and go anywhere in the city so you've got this all this energy that's going on and oh you just got to figure out where to place where to put it and the sun is throwing raise at this planet and people are vibrating. I bring to the rhythm of those cosmic race and the people that fought with hip hop. They vibrated the same way part of the vibrations. The hip hop was also your <hes> your your presentation right like if you do go out those block parties you gotta come correct now. We've heard stories about readies dress code back in the day his style. His swag is fits. You describe the story with reggie that <hes> that i personally love that did make it to the episode. We want actually get a chance to play tonight. His first year in cornell freshman year was as an art student right. He continued his hip hop fashion. That's when he really flourished in the hip hop role reggie would would really stand handout on campus because he would walk around and all the hip hop gear. He had all the freshest closed the white kids like what is this like. You know walked around giant assuring sheepskin codes glasses too can go you know the hats back them the dirtier. The sneaker was cool sneakers the mental dirty torn up. Whatever so i couldn't understand like why are you. You know brushing the swayed on your pumas like what what is that dr mike. It's crazy now. All everybody wants these these immaculate sneakers but back then it was strictly urban. That was a black thing you know he was definitely the fashion an icon of hip hop at cornell. I could say that anybody will tell you. That's a fact so dallas when you you hear that dress code. The clinkers is at that point. Is that proper. I mean when i read. I finally connected. I mean reggie still had swag style but i mean he was four kids deep so he couldn't. He wasn't allowed to be a beast okay. I mean i don't have any children so i'm instill peace you know i mean but on reg definitely had his head his swag and had style but he was definitely he was of that time and honestly sheepskin with with matching hat cabals that is dead. Tom is at where.
"reggie" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Reggie is brother. Reggie what a great family. Glad you come up here. You please come on up. Come on, this is unexpected. But this family tell you, you know, you get to know some people come on. They may let you up high. The president does not say grudges constantly. You come say something he's this is part of what he does he's going through and an honoring these people I wanna hear of course, who he brings up. Well, they have to say there's a lot to get including this latest with the CIO, and and and cow. They've given up the ghost turns out. You can't spell USSR without AFL CIO. It's an incredible story about Labor's new position, a new position more honest position about how they see the world in class in America. Let's take it. Now back to the to the to the president what they've been through hard to imagine. Come on ridge. You didn't know you'd be doing this Reggie salary. Reggie. How could you not know the president doesn't everybody? Let's take a to Reggie. Whole families up there a handshaking about hugging going on. Finally takes a to the microphone this.
"reggie" Discussed on The Golf Podcast
"He he brought up tiger who's going to beat up this week at Torrey Pines, and we're coming up so many different anniversaries of Tiger Woods in terms of like started on the PGA tour. He has he had his big anniversary at the master's couple of years ago. And we're going back to pebble for the USO going back to exactly and so there's so many anniversaries on this day. Specially you could talk about with tiger Reggie Jackson. But I I've never heard. I've heard read soul many things of the impact. Tigers win Augusta in ninety seven had for the sport. I don't know that I ever heard it so eloquently put then what Reggie said about the. A tour championship victory when he said when I saw that I saw a rainbow of people. Yeah. That is that just so hit home and for Reggie to even talk about that is proof positive impact of Tiger Woods, culturally worldwide, not just in our culture, but across the globe. What tiger does for the sport of golf N for people because we talk about golf bringing people together? What what that does is just phenomenal. And it was so great to have Reggie b so eloquent in talking about. What he was feeling when he saw that. It's just a really, I'm really I'm I gotta say this. I'm this is one of the podcast that I'm really proud that we got to do because Reggie went somewhere that we didn't lead him. He went there. He just went there. And we went with him, and he took us on a journey in allowed us to kind of be inside his curtain, which is man, I'm really proud that we got to do that. And I'm so thankful that Reggie was so honest and open with us and was willing to go there. And so it also means now we got. Get Sirius XM listen to his baseball show. Yeah. I'm all in on that. And and you look at, you know, tiger with what he's done even Reggie. He was honest about tiger is never been where those guys it's really been open. He was more open about it as a kid right about the impact he would have racially on the sport. And when I look at some of these athletes have broken the color barrier. Obviously Jackie Robinson's, the first one that comes to everybody's mind as he should. But when you look at a sport that was so segregated so late in its development, which was Gulf to have someone. I mean think about that for a second. I don't know the age range, and the demographic of those listening to Matty and the caddy, but we're talking about ninety seven nineteen ninety seven when tiger broke down a barrier. A wall for a lot of people to see. And so for someone like. Edgy who started off the interview by saying I was never allowed in golf courses the colored boy unless I was there shaggy balls for him to be able to see something like a nine hundred ninety seven Tiger Woods win for the ages at Augusta National for him to sit there and put that in perspective from someone who went through so much growing up the sixties and probably hearing probably hearing all of these racial things thrown his way throughout his entire baseball. All the names that he was called. Yeah. He told us all the names that he was called. So for most of us who live through that ninety seven Tiger Woods win. If it was as meaningful to us as it was imagine what it was for Reggie. And his generation we'll speak on that you you can speak on it. What did it mean to you? You know, I'm the turtle optimist. I try to always look at the bright side of things and. What it meant for me was another door was going to open. That's what that's what it meant for me. And the feeling that washed over me was. Hope which that's I that's I look for that. There are some people that they look for what's going to go wrong. And I'm always looking for. How's it going to go? Right. And so that moment for me hope washed over me and went, okay?.
"reggie" Discussed on The Golf Podcast
"And that's what you're pulling up. Like, this is unbelievable like, and then I started thinking, maybe I'm the ask. Maybe I was wrong about Reggie Jackson. No, no, you weren't. And I will say this is one of the many reasons why I'm so proud to be a part of ESPN because of the reach. Each last year. Reggie Jackson played in the pro-am Wednesday, and I had never met him before. And I saw them on the eighteenth green. And I wanted to go introduce myself and tell them as a little kid with a big fan. I was and as a went down to do it. He saw me his eyes got big he came over put his hand out. And was like, hey, man. I'm real proud of you. And I was spe- didn't know what to say. And he goes what you're doing in this sport for us matters. And I was like now I can't talk because I got a big lump in my throat. Reggie Jackson just said that to me. And I was like from that was it now he and I have an acquaintance. Not in Quaid's. He's friends with someone that I'm friends with. And so that was always an I thought would be an easy conversation started with him. But the fact then that ESPN put me in the position that I'm in and through that then allowed Reggie Jackson to see me in this position in which kind of I guess. Gave that opening or made. Reggie connect in a way that that. We would never have connected before. So that this year seeing him again and being able to catch up and then talk about like his niece surgery. And every I mean, it was and the niece. The funny thing was he he played. Golf on a ruptured patella tendon. Yeah. Which was fun. And we're all talking about it and Marcus Allen to we're all standing up there talking. Trust me for everybody listening to this. I completely feel what you feel of how ridiculously insane and impossible. It sounds when you say Yelm, standing on the driving range, I'm talking to Marcus Allen and Reggie Jackson and Richard. And and like, we're all giving each other crap. You know, we're all needling one another like I trust me. I'm still waiting for the alarm clock to go off. So I can hit the button and go I knew that this is not real. You know, what that is? I'll tell you what that is. That's golf. Yeah. I know why. Because I'm not going up to Reggie Jackson, a batting cage and Bs and with him, and I'm not going up to Marcus Allender and football practice and be with him. But you know, where everyone can be asked. Having range. Yeah. Everyone's got the same insecurity about the sport. And and what guess what though one of those on the driver range of only one of them has a candy bar which. You know for a Chevy, dude and loves candy. The fact that that candy bars could become a MAC series. Yeah there. So I mea I'll be I they line..
"reggie" Discussed on The Golf Podcast
"And see I had I had one of the most remarkable conversations I've ever had with an athlete in my life. And then I go really who was it when I said, Reggie Jackson. There is got big. And the first words either mouth were. But isn't he kind of bleat, right? They said, yeah, he's he's like, okay, good stay with that mindset. And then listen to this week's episode because I I remember growing up at Scottsdale when he was on the Oakland A's staff when I was growing up back in the day. He wasn't a nice, man. Right. He just wasn't. I do. I'd still does make me laugh that he uses the term terse. To describe himself, which is basically like for us. It's like someone in a retirement home when they don't wanna use a bad word to describe themselves. But also, then you ever notice if you meet somebody, and they're just not in a good place like whatever and they're not being nice, right? You go away. And you're standing maybe with one of your friends, and you're like, you know, see the do do's asks. Right. And then that person goes over ago's, man. I'm sorry. I was asked and then you're like wall, you're not an ass now cages you just over and totally call yourself out. So that's just I am really it gives me hope in people that someone who had the attitude that Reggie Jackson had now comes out and calls him. Himself out and says, this is why I was that way. But I yeah. Was that way that not only, but then explaining but explaining take that one step further, but explaining why he felt he had to be that way. Yeah. Because he brought up the whole conversation with Muhammed Ali and Muhammad Ali had away Ali had a way of doing things like this and doing things like that. And being more big picture and being more. What's the word that I wanna use? When he was spreading his message of quality. He was more bombast with it and set it in a very quotable way. He was entertaining while he was doing. Yes. That's it diffusing entertain. Now. That's Hearst by definition is abrupt and and short with words. Correct. And Regine very very key to rubbing someone the wrong way. Yes. And Reggie Jackson compared himself to Jim Brown. And I think that's a good comparison because Jim Brown's got the same reputation. And when we sat down for that for there were two things about the interview with Reggie Jackson won. I didn't expect to get it. I didn't know this side of Reggie. I don't think maybe you did. I didn't I had an idea of how Reggie's evolved as a person publicly when we were hanging out with them on the driving rain. The day before. And he made me laugh a couple of times because I I was nervous and next driving raids? I'm like oh God hears. Reggie jackson. This guy's not nice. This guy's not a nice guy. So I'm standing there wait for the shoe to drop like, but then we ended up having a conversation with them. And then he ended up telling stories, then he ends up showing us pictures of his knee surgery and a scar. And I'm like, wait who this who's? And then all of the sudden it clicked. Wow. And then I started to realize that we might get this, dude. And we might talk them and sit down with one of the greatest of all time and then to kind of peel back the layer for the Mattie and catty patrons. So we tentatively set up this interview on the driving range after we all get done talking to laugh and have a good time. Reggie gives his car rice down cell phone numbers. Here you guys go anytime you need me. And I'm just kind of looking at caddying. I'm a little confused. But okay. So we pencil in mentally through conversation, do Michael. And I that we might get Reggie Jackson the following day for the podcast. So when we're sitting there in the area where we did the interviews the golf carts pull up and Michael is over at the driving range because we were Marcus Allen who you will hear in coming up, sodium. Adding the caddy you were going over to check on Marcus Allen or Richard debt, one of the two and Reggie Jackson pulls up at his golf cart. Sees me ways smiles gets out of the car like you guys still need me where we doing this..
"reggie" Discussed on The Golf Podcast
"Car insurance. Welcome back about in caddy. Michael Collins, Barry, alongside we just listened to the Reggie Jackson conversation that we had with him the diamond resorts tournament of champions. And here's what I want to start with with with the conversation MLK day, and he had talked about in the interview about he could remember the day that he was allowed to vote in being raised in the sixties and not being able to go to a golf course. Because he use his words he was a colored boy and all of that to sit there across from someone that is so recognizable. American sport, Michael to sit across from him and hear stories looking at him. I two I of how it affected him is an impact that I'll never forget. Because I just. Cannot believe. And I think you said it perfectly during the interview that wasn't that long ago. Yeah. That's the one thing that we all I think still take for granted those of us who didn't go through that and our little too young to remember. But here people tell us that the things that they went through when it comes to a superstar athlete like Reggie Jackson. Was we forget that he went through it too. So I think what happens is because of that. Because honestly, we take for granted the freedoms that we all have now and kind of where we are as a society, regardless of I don't care politically what side you're on. It doesn't matter. Think about the thing about the ability that we all have now as Americans, and then think back to very short time ago where not everyone had those same abilities and rights, and we forget how soon. That was and so it's easy to kind of. I don't wanna say take for granted. Because that's not true. It's that we forget we easily forget that. Oh, that's right. There are still people around us. And there are still people that are in the spotlight that actually went through something that we have no idea what that felt like, and it's so easy for us to go. I mean, that's just something you pushed to the side. Right. No. That's something that you carry with you. And that's why I love the question that you asked the met when you said, how are you not bitter? How are you not? How is it? How can you still love the game of golf after so many times you were pushed away from the game because of the color your skin? That's right. I his reaction was priceless. Yeah. I don't know. I still don't know if there was something that I don't know that I could do that no way. No. No way knowing what he went through. And hearing his story. I mean about how he lives in that area where he's only played the course where he lives a couple of times because they just don't he wants to be a member. I mean, the fact that there are still places that keep him from certain opportunities in the fact that this was like this. It was like that his whole time coming up that he even picks up a club or even looks at a club. And I'll tell you this. That shows this shows the impact Arnold Palmer ADEMA sport to take someone that was basically said, no you're not allowed on. Our course you're only allowed on. Of course, you shag balls for him to be able to love the game because he followed Arnold. Palmer is all you need to know about the reach of the king. And also, hopefully, then gives other people a little perspective if they hear someone go yet will Reggie Jackson's like, this it gives someone who hears this podcast and opportunity to go. You say that. But do you know about Reggie Jackson it what he's been through? And I think that's what life should be like that life should be like, if you haven't opinion about someone that you don't know everything about them. Then before you put that opinion in concrete. Learn what you can and from from. That person especially and I'll tell you what I when I came back here to Bristol DSP n and I was getting ready to sports end of the other day. I was talking to someone on the show staff. And he, you know, he was saying, hey, you know, you in catty Orlando had a good time..
"reggie" Discussed on The Golf Podcast
"Listener line is I feel like from from going on. We can have a really hidden hidden podcast of calls that were too dark to get on air. And maybe one day. We'll do like a Mattie, nicad platinum where you you can buy access to them. We'll give the money to cherries less. What I'm saying? Like a subscription to the podcast questions. That would be rated greater than PG thirteen. Yeah. I mean at this point, we're filled with so many, good ideas. We can't be contained, but we do want to. Thank you for joining us on this special MLK day addition of matting academy, and our guest today is someone a hall of Famer and all time great someone Michael that that I think until we talks to him, and he explained it Reggie Jackson mister October. I would bet a lot of people would use the term at least I would use the term after talking to him as misunderstood extremely, and I don't think that there are a lot of people out there that kind of understood the racial undertones that he was going through and was feeling while he was playing baseball for the Yankees be almost because he was such a great hitter. Because of that, then he came across to a lot of people in the media as one certain way. And I think this is a great conversation where he talks about everything that he felt and went through, and then how golf is really helping him. Exactly that that that was one of the things I was most excited to see you have a guy like Reggie Jackson. Who's one of the greatest of all time one of the great post-season players of all time. And you see me. See how he lights up at the golf course. So we are excited this week our guest on Madina caddy, Mr. October. Reggie jackson. Maybe my favorite guest this amenity caddy, Mr. October. I mean when he's here when a great Reggie Jackson, Arizona state, sun devil, like myself sits down on the show, you just sit and you listen to the stories. When did golf become a thing for you? Oh boy. What a great question to start off with. I would say, you know, as a as a young kid fourteen fifteen years old, we weren't allowed on golf course as colored kid, but we could shag balls, and you weren't it wasn't a thing that.
"reggie" Discussed on Before the Millions
"You and i can email address is reggie at reggie puts dot com reggie at reggie bruce dot com me an email that you'd like to get in touch with me should we email and with plo number on your your leg back love it love it love it will there you have it ladies and gentlemen again reggie this spectacular and we'll talk to you so thank you so much have a meal thanks for tuning into today show if you like what you've heard and you're interested in seeing if you're a good fit work with the before the millions team here's what i want you to do next head over to before the millions dot com for its lash call that's before the millions dot com slash call and book an appointment to speak with our team we'll get on the phone with you for about forty five minutes and we'll get you crystal clear on three things number one what is your cash flow goal how much are you looking to make every month number two your personalized investing strategy and number three the best way to get started using cash flowing rental real estate remember starting in scaling your real estate investments and business doesn't happen by itself you need expert guidance to make it happen we've helped clients all over the start in scale they're investing efforts to six figures and beyond while enjoying life and making the world a better place to find out if we can help you do the same head over to before the millions dot com for slash call i'm dora eliya and let's talk soon.
"reggie" Discussed on Know Them From Adam
"This week tune into the ball firebomb show as i discovered laser stories of oscar show boxer proper larry culpepper pay i'm in the middle of a promo sorry finance fans agreement so much dr pair brought out about some of your airtime care hey look whether you're watching calls footballer calmed some guys radio show dr pepper makes college football that march sweeters ahead your local dollar general grab some today can have one of your gore y'all miller gober show with your host larry gobert that's air france this week's note of madam podcast we are going to be joined by the man who was born change in major league baseball history in home runs with five undrained 63 mr october himself reggie jackson you may say to yourself what does reggie jackson have to do a football well number one reggie jackson is a huge it's perks dealer fan the steelers are coming off a difficult on sunday plus he is friendly with her edwards who just took over the job at arizona state get a longstanding relationship with mike single terry and reggie jackson is a man not just a baseball put a football as well but first we're going to get to ask adam ask adam ask ask pasqua half adam we should ask adam madam i love him i enjoy working within likewise josh but i got to say if you're a real pro a real pro's pro you would a toss to that segment by saying now let's get to the feature that is the straw that this podcast i link you are so right you had it teed up for you because that is the infamous reggie jackson throw when he first saw with the team back in the seventies when i was a huge yankee fan and a huge reggie jackson fan and that quote became the abolition fodder absolutely absolutely so this is going to be a good show but we left a little bit of room for improvement but that's okay but either way adam it was a it was a big week and the nfl gridiron this past weekend in a lot of people have questions about it and have used the hashtag ask adam to ask about it and by far the number one question that we got was adam can you please define what has should ask the question and a catch is something you know let me say this josh let me start here.
"reggie" Discussed on The Turnaround with Jesse Thorn
"We got bhagwan went to larry king's house reggie it i know larry king laggy house there right with me larry quinn hasn't suspenders and everything one of the best stories ever click i read somewhere i think it was in a esquire and he was like do he was like fucking poor and he owed his wife flake alimony and child support and he was fucking broke and he went to the race track and he made all this money paid half he pay what he owed her pay the child support any hunting paid a years worth of rent upfront larry king man that doesn't seem like good advice though neither but once again this is dreams over young to go to the racetrack who racetracks let ride let arrived jesse where thank you again man of course anytime talk to you in our remit that was the one and only regio say k combat jack if you haven't heard their show check it out just go through their archives find a hip hop legend that you're interested in hearing everything every special secret of their entire life in download that show and listen to that's a turnaround if you like the show tell somebody subscriber lever review force in apple podcast or wherever you get your shows you can always visit maximum fund board to find this or any of our upcoming programs are theme music is provided to us by mobius van chalk straw you can check out his staff at shops music.