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Chasing Coral

Scuba Shack Radio

05:26 min | Last month

Chasing Coral

"The documentary chasing Coral premiered in July 2017 and it is a powerful film and since we've been talking about coral reef conservation at the shop thought it would be good to do a review of chasing Coral here on scuba Shack Radio. I watched it again a few days ago and it was just as impactful as the first time I saw. The documentary was conceived by Richard veevers who is currently CEO of the ocean agency. Richard worked at a top London advertising agency before he got involved with a passion on Ocean conservation. He was working on a project called Excel Caitlin Seaview survey regarding images of coral reefs that's where he started to understand the impacts of coral bleaching. Around this time. He watched a documentary called Chasing Ice produced by Jeff orloski and chasing Coral was born. I thought I'd give some key statistics on what it took to put together chasing Coral first. It took about three years to shoot over 500 hours of incredible underwater footage off. There were Thirty countries contributing to the documentary and more than 500 volunteers involved just an incredible effort. The film won the People's Choice Award for best documentary at the Sundance Film Festival and the 2018 Emmy for Outstanding nature documentary. Jeff Orlowski was originally from Staten Island, New York. He went to Stanford to study anthropology got into filmmaking and worked on the Extreme Ice survey that turned into Chase nice in 2009. He found it exposure Labs a production company focused on socially relevant issues. So chasing Coral is really about the quest to document with imagery a coral bleaching event. By reviewing what was happening at carries forward Reef in in the Florida Keys and at airport Reef in America Samoa. They determined that they would need to build a viable underwater time lapse camera. That's when they go to a company in Boulder. Colorado called view into the blue and they were going to build a housing. That would keep it self clean. It just so happens the exact Rego works at view Into the Blue. He describes himself as a coral nerd and becomes a main player in the documentary. With the cameras developed, they deploy to Hawaii Bermuda and the Bahamas and they put down their cameras and wait a couple months to get the images. It's a failure. The images are out of focus a lost opportunity. It's back to the drawing board to fix the problems before their next attempt. The next opportunity is on the Great Barrier Reef. They head out deploy their cameras and wait a large typhoon impacts their plans. So they read the place to another Island lizard Island, but they aren't able to take any of their special cameras the team needs to do time lapse manually that means going out every day setting up the camp exactly as before and getting the photos painstaking and exhausting after more than a hundred days. They complete the work over that timeframe. The coral has bleached died and his overgrown by algae Zack is extremely emotional at this incredible loss. It's crazy to think of water temperatures at 95° Fahrenheit, but that's what it was dead. Another team went to New Caledonia where they observed an amazing phenomenon fluorescent corals an attempt to Shield itself from the temperatures an amazing sight am amazing colors just before bleaching extremely sad to see the corals stunning last gasps. The documentary continues with Zach and Richard presenting their work at the international coral reef Symposium in Hawaii the time lapse photography of the coral reef dying over a two-month period of dramatic and overpowering the reaction of the attendees demonstrates the sadness. The film wraps up with Jack diving with one of his Heroes doctor Charlie Verona Pioneer in Coral research and conservation. They are diving on a beautiful unimpacted part of the reef off Charlie reflects back on maybe he didn't do enough. Maybe we all need to do more. Corals are being assaulted on many fronts not just climate change but pollution sunscreen and carelessness citizens are trying and we need our governments to act as well. Perhaps a new day is Dawning. If you haven't yet seen chasing Coral. You can find it on Netflix. Please find a time. You won't be disappointed. If you've already watched it believe me. It's worth watching again. We can't let them

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"richard works" Discussed on The Tennis.com Podcast

The Tennis.com Podcast

12:57 min | 9 months ago

"richard works" Discussed on The Tennis.com Podcast

"Panic joined in the lake known at US. Stayed National Campus Studio with my co host Irena Falconi. Hey guys. How's it going and our guest for this episode? Richard Ashby Richard. Welcome thank you. Thanks for having me. Richard Works here at the. Usda national campus. Richard tells a little brief bio about yourself then working for the for sixteen years before that coached on my own little bit privately with pros and Juniors Worked in some academies before that and so. That's my coaching background played. Junior Tennis Played College University of South Carolina. That's basically playing background played a little bit of pro after college but not that successful so onto coaching. That's relatable So what players. What age group are you targeting right now? Do you work with a specific group. Your work with the fourteen hundred girls. I'm here at the national campus. So we bring kids for camps primarily camps training weeks. We don't do a lot of traveling with kids that age. We don't have them come in. For long periods of time they usually come in for a week or two weeks of training And we work with their coaches. So we get the information back to the coaches things that we worked on here things that we see we go to tournaments have a chance to watch him play there and hopefully see them improving on things have a chance to talk to their coaches about things. We're seeing a lot easier when it's you know live where you're watching something and talking with the coach so the tournaments. It's a great option to do that. With coaches so you've been working with the USA for sixteen years. Have you been with the girls? Fourteen and under age single year no Started two thousand three so that first year and the next year we're primarily with Like junior pros so kids basically seventeen to eighteen sixteen eighteen and did that for a couple of years and then in two thousand and five started with the kids born in Nineteen ninety-one that age group so worked with an age group for few years through Two thousand eight then two thousand nine. I started with twelve and unders Jade Louise and other coach. I used to work with age group and He actually started working with kids older. So I Essentially switch places with him so from two thousand nine assorted with twelve and under and kind of grown to thirteen and then fourteen and fourteen under for last few years. Do some name. What are some players you've worked with? Amanda Anisimov was slow and Stevens. Cannon CICI Bellis Falconi yes all those players So yeah very fortunate. When we moved to we moved to Boca it was a good location. Had A lot of good players in the area so players Would come through in practice. We were able to set up a program where they're younger players. Come out and you know not every day Amanda I came out like once a week when she was younger Always worked with her. Dad was her coach. So work with her Same with Sonya and We did we actually had a pretty good set-up there where they in the morning to drilling and then the afternoons do match play and we'd be able to have kids kind of all levels. Sometimes older kids coming out in the afternoon but Amanda and Sonia. You know where kids at did that from pretty much. The beginning Sloan. I've done very little with her. I mean it's mostly been Camps or a little bit of training and Let's see who else has been out of there You know so. Yeah Irena Hell Coney for sure. Was there So when I worked with a ninety one group Sorry come and play matches Actually tell Ya arena like the first candidate when we were in key Biscayne arena. It's actually in the camp along with Alli Risk. So Mallory burdette there. You go so a bunch of kids That a moved on to play pros which is great. You know so. That's one of the things. I'm fortunate. I got to work with kids. That are the best in the country so you know a lot of them are going to be successful so I was actually mentioning that to see the other day. We were watching you practice with one of the girls. I don't I can't remember her name but she's pretty good. And I made a comment to see see I was like. Did you work with coach? Richard Like Yeah. I did and I was like. That's unbelievable when I was. I believe it was thirteen or something. I was still living in New York and I got this letter from the USDA. Do you WanNa do this. Camp Key Biscayne and sure enough it was with Alison riske Madison Bengal Whom all our top seventy have been top seventy players. It's not very common for a coach to be able to have that much of an impact on so many players that end up being professional. What is it that you have that makes that possible GonNa Know How much it is me. It's definitely good system where you know. We got a chance to see young players at an early age. I remember the first camp she came to. She was not the best. One they're You're maybe in the middle of the pack She had come to the some of the similar things she has. Now you know just the excitement. She always brings the cord and everything. So that hasn't changed. You know she's just gotten better as it's gone along so You know to be to be honest. Yeah I mean I enjoy helping the kids and you know if anything the you know. Try as much as possible for them to enjoy it as well and to try to guide them. I guess for game for the future. Now you know that's up to them to pile of things but You know most of those kids like I say we're good when they got there and you know they've gotten better they've gone long moved on to other coaches and everything so successful pretty popular name is big names that have come through the. Ashby system for all those players though that that you worked with. That didn't make it. Can you tell the difference between someone like an Anisimov an Kenan? Can you see or that early on the? Hey this kid's something different or is it more of quantity and then figuring out one or two that rice the top. There are many kids that I thought were going to be very very good. Maybe even better than those guys and they ended up not being ended up being good tennis players. But not you know making it into the pros. you know so. I've learned as gone along that. I'm not a very good predictor so We try not to pick try to just have lots of players coming through as much as possible and try to treat. Treat them all in a way that this is what you need to do to be great so they have that chance some apply while some were going to be great no matter what we did but Try to treat all the players. A came to come through with the idea that you know. Look at your game now and where do you WanNa go if you want to be a pro these things you to address and unfortunately getting to see them? When they're young twelve thirteen fourteen. They have a chance to you. Know make make those adjustments if they can. So you know the the ones that came in. Maybe I thought were really good and ended up not being so good as far as results. I think. That's just how tough the sport is. You know it's I remember the stout that somebody was saying that basically every year the top one hundred seventy six jobs available something like that. We're on the women's side so you know you have to be that good that you're going to take someone's job who's seventy in the world and that's not easy so many of these guys are good players but you know it's just not that easy to actually be a pro arena. Can you take us back to those days in that camp? Do you have any memories or things remember working on or or how you felt being part of that because you are based in New York right so you wouldn't even Florida girl yet What was that experience? Like as a as a young Irena. It was definitely. I think Not Necessarily Life Changing. But it was shocking. Because I thought I knew what I was doing on the court you know I trained with my dad for a couple of hours a day to know what fitness was and so I came in with coach. Richard and I believe was it coach Elke at the time I think we Katie's looking bear. She is Katie was Pretty much leading the campout was helping her with the camp I remember think. Jd Louis was around a little bit But I think it was mainly Katie. And either the two leaving the camp. I think that the level of competition was so high. It just was a very cool environment to be in and all the girls. Even at that age were very professional like we were there to work. It wasn't like Oh. Let's socialize and have fun it was. Let's get better which I think is one of the biggest differences in some of the camps. You see today like you know some girls. Just go out there whether it's a tennis camp whether whatever sport it is you know some people just see it as a social event and we were there to work. Even though we were very young you know that was our whole motive. There and I think coach Richard had a lot to do with it. You know one thing about that is going to bring the baskets from around the country and they all want to do really well so they all challenge each other in a good way. So everybody's you know. Basically really focused on doing their best and doing the training their best and that environment continues here so we had a camp last week where you know the kids came in and you know they enjoy working hard because that's the standard everybody. That's kind of good peer pressure and I think sometimes no some of the kids in some of their environments where they're the best kids. It's almost like they're going down to the level of somebody else because you know the. The group has a lower standard. But when you get all the best kids together they raise the standard so that definitely helps so we know Irena made the cut but how. How do you select players? How do you know which players you want in these camps and watching as it rankings results? Do you. I don't know asked our coaches their parents. Are you interviewing? Does this come together. Sure I think the main thing I look at his results so again the system we have right now. Kids go when they're say eleven twelve their instructional camps and coaches can wreck recommend them from their meaning. The coaches at work the camps might say. Okay we have these kids that did really well. And so young ones. Maybe that haven't played nationals. We haven't had a chance to see them but You know twelve's nationals. A lot of kids are playing so we a chance to see them there. And you inviting them I the camps that we have here are from basically from thirteen up For the national camps. And when I like results Kinda give you know they are okay. There have been beating these players. That and going far into tournaments. Then you see them play. And you're trying to match those things up Obviously a player. That's winning tournaments. Well it's kind of easy. They deserve to come somebody else. Who's maybe going pretty deep in the tournament but not winning them. You're looking at that and then you're looking at essentially. Do they play good tennis? Do they have good athletic skills? Do they all intangibles? You're kind of looking at with your eyes and matching that up but result is probably the like I said that's the first thing and a distinguished that from ranking because you know sometimes somebody's ranked really high because they do well in smaller tournaments but not so well national so sent you the results at you know the Easter Bowl National Claes Nationals Orange Bowl. Those types of tournaments. Those are the main results. Look at and then. You're looking to see somebody that he's not doing great but they're really fast or they have really good strokes where they play good talents. You have kids that maybe in the twelve. I remember First Time I saw clear Lou play she was ten years old and she was implanted clay courts and she's coming into the net and she comes in and you know she'll miss the volume miss the overhead. Keep coming in and you know. I remember talking to mom. After mom was shaking her head she keeps missing overheads. And Yeah but you know every time. She misses one. She's getting better not getting better and basically a year and a half later. She's winning eleven winning twelve ORANGEVILLE. So you know. And she won that tournament actually coming in and executing so again it's clear was already good but when you see a kid that plays a good sal tennis that also goes a long way and you try to bounce out results and you know up what you think. Maybe they can do. Hey everyone listening to the tennis dot Com podcast with special guest.

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Richard Ashby on working with America's young tennis talent

The Tennis.com Podcast

07:44 min | 9 months ago

Richard Ashby on working with America's young tennis talent

"Guest for this episode? Richard Ashby Richard. Welcome thank you. Thanks for having me. Richard Works here at the. Usda national campus. Richard tells a little brief bio about yourself then working for the for sixteen years before that coached on my own little bit privately with pros and Juniors Worked in some academies before that and so. That's my coaching background played. Junior Tennis Played College University of South Carolina. That's basically playing background played a little bit of pro after college but not that successful so onto coaching. That's relatable So what players. What age group are you targeting right now? Do you work with a specific group. Your work with the fourteen hundred girls. I'm here at the national campus. So we bring kids for camps primarily camps training weeks. We don't do a lot of traveling with kids that age. We don't have them come in. For long periods of time they usually come in for a week or two weeks of training And we work with their coaches. So we get the information back to the coaches things that we worked on here things that we see we go to tournaments have a chance to watch him play there and hopefully see them improving on things have a chance to talk to their coaches about things. We're seeing a lot easier when it's you know live where you're watching something and talking with the coach so the tournaments. It's a great option to do that. With coaches so you've been working with the USA for sixteen years. Have you been with the girls? Fourteen and under age single year no Started two thousand three so that first year and the next year we're primarily with Like junior pros so kids basically seventeen to eighteen sixteen eighteen and did that for a couple of years and then in two thousand and five started with the kids born in Nineteen ninety-one that age group so worked with an age group for few years through Two thousand eight then two thousand nine. I started with twelve and unders Jade Louise and other coach. I used to work with age group and He actually started working with kids older. So I Essentially switch places with him so from two thousand nine assorted with twelve and under and kind of grown to thirteen and then fourteen and fourteen under for last few years. Do some name. What are some players you've worked with? Amanda Anisimov was slow and Stevens. Cannon CICI Bellis Falconi yes all those players So yeah very fortunate. When we moved to we moved to Boca it was a good location. Had A lot of good players in the area so players Would come through in practice. We were able to set up a program where they're younger players. Come out and you know not every day Amanda I came out like once a week when she was younger Always worked with her. Dad was her coach. So work with her Same with Sonya and We did we actually had a pretty good set-up there where they in the morning to drilling and then the afternoons do match play and we'd be able to have kids kind of all levels. Sometimes older kids coming out in the afternoon but Amanda and Sonia. You know where kids at did that from pretty much. The beginning Sloan. I've done very little with her. I mean it's mostly been Camps or a little bit of training and Let's see who else has been out of there You know so. Yeah Irena Hell Coney for sure. Was there So when I worked with a ninety one group Sorry come and play matches Actually tell Ya arena like the first candidate when we were in key Biscayne arena. It's actually in the camp along with Alli Risk. So Mallory burdette there. You go so a bunch of kids That a moved on to play pros which is great. You know so. That's one of the things. I'm fortunate. I got to work with kids. That are the best in the country so you know a lot of them are going to be successful so I was actually mentioning that to see the other day. We were watching you practice with one of the girls. I don't I can't remember her name but she's pretty good. And I made a comment to see see I was like. Did you work with coach? Richard Like Yeah. I did and I was like. That's unbelievable when I was. I believe it was thirteen or something. I was still living in New York and I got this letter from the USDA. Do you WanNa do this. Camp Key Biscayne and sure enough it was with Alison riske Madison Bengal Whom all our top seventy have been top seventy players. It's not very common for a coach to be able to have that much of an impact on so many players that end up being professional. What is it that you have that makes that possible GonNa Know How much it is me. It's definitely good system where you know. We got a chance to see young players at an early age. I remember the first camp she came to. She was not the best. One they're You're maybe in the middle of the pack She had come to the some of the similar things she has. Now you know just the excitement. She always brings the cord and everything. So that hasn't changed. You know she's just gotten better as it's gone along so You know to be to be honest. Yeah I mean I enjoy helping the kids and you know if anything the you know. Try as much as possible for them to enjoy it as well and to try to guide them. I guess for game for the future. Now you know that's up to them to pile of things but You know most of those kids like I say we're good when they got there and you know they've gotten better they've gone long moved on to other coaches and everything so successful pretty popular name is big names that have come through the. Ashby system for all those players though that that you worked with. That didn't make it. Can you tell the difference between someone like an Anisimov an Kenan? Can you see or that early on the? Hey this kid's something different or is it more of quantity and then figuring out one or two that rice the top. There are many kids that I thought were going to be very very good. Maybe even better than those guys and they ended up not being ended up being good tennis players. But not you know making it into the pros. you know so. I've learned as gone along that. I'm not a very good predictor so We try not to pick try to just have lots of players coming through as much as possible and try to treat. Treat them all in a way that this is what you need to do to be great so they have that chance some apply while some were going to be great no matter what we did but Try to treat all the players. A came to come through with the idea that you know. Look at your game now and where do you WanNa go if you want to be a pro these things you to address and unfortunately getting to see them? When they're young twelve thirteen fourteen. They have a chance to you. Know make make those adjustments if they can. So you know the the ones that came in. Maybe I thought were really good and ended up not being so good as far as results. I think. That's just how tough the sport is. You know it's I remember the stout that somebody was saying that basically every year the top one hundred seventy six jobs available something like that. We're on the women's side so you know you have to be that good that you're going to take someone's job who's seventy in the world and that's not easy so many of these guys are good players but you know it's just not that easy to actually be a

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"richard works" Discussed on The Full 48

The Full 48

12:50 min | 1 year ago

"richard works" Discussed on The Full 48

"Radio appreciate that I said that. Yeah Yeah it'll be. They'll go down as one invest lifetime. He's done I will. I will keep Keep my eyes and ears out for him Wait so the talk and Blazers pod. Does this mean that the road trip and Pod with your Buddy Richard Jefferson is that is that is that gone No it's not over going. We've actually had a few this year. It's turning into it's evolving into a almost a TV show prototyping quote unquote up podcast but We don't do that as often. Just 'cause obviously Richard Works for ESPN. I work for Turner and Alley works for spectrum. It's gotten complicated a lot of a lot of corporate rivalries mixed into this thing now. Yeah you know what's crazy. All of us. Yes we We are deals done. That we made sure that We kinda carved out some space for that podcast. But it's just information that's on story having a good time and You know over the course of these next few months next two years you don't constantly evolve with US says now we're all retired and on the other side. Yeah very cool. Rj busy man like he's working for yes network. ESPN like he's all over. The place is all over the I I can't I can't be that busy man. I like to sit down and we're still early in the evolution or just the creation of handles your show on NBA. If folks haven't gotten a chance to check that out yet. How would you describe? This is not your typical studio show in the NBA. How would you describe not at all? I think for me Today's social media is I wanted to do a show that was Based on not was just hot like the highlights of One game or one team is based on what what the Internet. What twitter is is talking about whether it's an outfit whether it's trade rumors whether it's getting crossed over a certain type of thinker so Our show is really social media driven About this story drama The funny things. We don't take ourselves very very seriously. we're coming up means and gifts and I always say this. The Internet is undefeated. So why not give people who are watching at home a a chance to see what the Internet is talking about the same games that they're watching or listening to on the radio. Yeah phenomenal premise. They WANNA talk about what everybody's already talking about it right exactly. You know it just patrols spin. I think you know we talk about. Obviously the big stories of the Lakers or the box but why not talk about you. Know Germany rant and Memphis like the people are watching Memphis Games. Now you know talk about what's going to happen are Landau talk about Houston like them having a red carpet to show every game like those are the things that if people want to know one like. Don't really hear about a lot you know. Yeah and you have to forgive me for not having seen it yet because it is on Thursdays at one. Am Eastern which is a little brutal for people like me living on the east coast. But if you're on your way to the west of yours have sure are keeping your yeah. Yeah we're we're all good man the time and you know who knows if you're watching the last game stay up extra thirty minutes you'll be I do go. I should set the Dvr a quick quick aside to my corporate overlords at Turner. Put this on a little earlier so I could see it. Thank you thank you. I'm I'm all here for a change and we'll get you on an APP. Get prime time before it's all over so I was. I was putting together some notes for the podcast as I like to do and trying to find things that I didn't no like I I started covering you your first year with the Knicks. We don't necessarily to go down a three hour knicks rabbit hole. Obviously because we could be here for much longer than that that but I did not know until I scrolled into tha basketball references. I like to do your nickname. According to basketball reference at least is buffy. Hey of goodness that's not where the hell come from. Here's what's funny. I uh a long time ago I used to take interviews very seriously fleet and that was just like this is just boring and not fun and so then I said you know what I just WanNa see if somebody will just write anything that I tell them so one day we're in either Portland or Phoenix or whatever it was and they're like do you have any nicknames and I'm like No. I have no nicknames and they were like you have to have a nickname and and we literally had just got back from having like training table so a buffet sounds just like the communist buffet. Goodness 'cause you know I could do a little bit of everything everything you know and and the everyone started cracking up some thinking. Obviously the guy isn't taken seriously and Lo and behold he did kind of blew up at the time so I just ran with it and Literally not one person has ever called me the buffet a goodness forever on the Internet. That will be known as the buffet of goodness That's phenomenal as a great. Basketball efforts is a lot of a alleged nicknames for people that they've never been called so I sometimes I wonder if the basketball reference folks are just like making them up as they go along just for kicks. But I'm glad there's a story behind this one pretty funny story the buffet of McCoy The B. O. G.. There you go. ooh The ball. If you can see that that that were buffet of goodness clunky. That's a little long word guy very very old. Yeah yeah if I go to buff as anymore nor should they probably so. You're still based in Portland. Oakland where you'd gone That was after a knicks. Traded you there And you are as we mentioned doing talk and Blazers Parts. Let's start with the blazers because I feel feel like they have been if we're making a shortlist of most disappointing teams. This year. They might be at the top of the short list. I know you've address this. I know I've seen some back and forth with you and blazer their fans about how much hope they should or should not have the season. Your view your your view is kind of like look. This season's basically just a wash. You should plan for for next season. Is that essentially where you are on them. Now Yeah and I think here. Here's my thing is is I think people take what I say. I don't want to say too literal or like I'm bashing the team another bashing the team. It's just that you have put your season into guys that have never taken you there before and that responsibility this team not the same as last year theme last year's team with taller bigger had vet presence. Where this team you look at the bench bench and you have Simon? Who's new you have tolliver? Who's you know a good? You know six to ten minutes energy guy you have you know scowl. You have little. Who are improving in this league and yet your expectations were to go to a championship in the Western Conference finals again? Especially the road too much for me. You know you're also missing out on Nurk. We having more than his career year and so there was just too much going on on To really say hey. This is our year. We're going to go out. We're going to repeat what we did last year. I think expectations were too high and then with that that Collins got hurt that put a huge hole at power forward which I think in the western conference is the strongest position right. Now you know because you can move around a bunch of guys I suppose it three and a four then Rodney Hood your benches already depleted. Rodney is really at his best. You're awesome six men and then he versus Achilles so now you know if you look at the last few games. Their starters are playing thirty seven plus minute and then you'd getting maybe twenty minutes. How the bench you can't? You can't keep that up and so my expectation for the team is listen. Don't run your superstars to ground fee what you could do to add onto onto next year. They need a guy they wouldn't be bad looking to see if they can't get a backup powerful worth I think they should still continue to develop. I love the middle and Scowl and Simon but attended they feel calls. But don't you don't have to be in a restaurant but this year what do you WanNa be. Do you WanNa be nice replace and and run your players to the ground for nothing or do you WanNa say let gently did a really good pick so that we can traded for better players gently get a really good pick was like your way of saying stealth tank I wouldn't say belting but at the end of the day if you have a minute restriction on. Pj Dame it's going to prolong their careers. I think dame I need twenty nine or thirty this year maybe no. I can't be that'll he is getting up there but I'm just saying like he's had back injuries this year. Why run him to the ground for ten th place or ninth place you know? Put It this way if blazers are not gonNA make a big trade. Just no I think Minnesota is GonNa try something. San Antonio is GonNa do something. The Phoenix scenic sons. I think have opportunity to do something. So all those teams that are fighting seven King's ever opportunity to do stuff. Seven eight nine ten. You're going for it yet. Oklahoma homeowner two-bit all teams are going for it. And you WANNA stand pat with five guys two guys that are on one year deal. We're on the end of their year into their deals. which is mellow and whiteside in? And then you have not come back February. And you're putting your season on somebody coming back from a gruesome leg injury a two hundred ninety pound man coming back from a leg injury. Just fade your team in the already with Dick euless Western government. uh-huh is a bit much so just have good expectations for your team and look for the future. Because I think next year they will be better. Built to be able to. FIGHT WILL LAKERS CLIPPERS. The warriors are going to be ridiculous next year. They're gonNA make a move for something Kings are going to be better and the sons are gonNA. It'd be better yeah. I'm with you channing. I think taking the long look though the long view is the wiser course. Sometimes there's you know we can always say hey live for today you never know and you know listen it. They're they're not the same team. They are not a huge older hugely record wise but not standings when their game and a half out as as as you and I record on a Monday afternoon here. But that's that's the kind of fool's gold and it's just so you can be a sacrificial lamb to one of the teams in the first round. Probably you expect. Expect them to make the eighth place they play five. Maybe six people. Yeah I think that's unrealistic. Right unrealistic when we were went on that street Portland went on a streak. They have not be or they were beating a under five hundred teams. They have not beat a above five hundred eighteen cents. And who knows what I think. It was like almost halloween. So now you're team is even more depleted. It's just like let's take the long road. Get One more superstar. Thank you mellow for coming in. Feeling that you're putting duct tape on the whole but he's not the answer for the long run team no he's he's not and this is why I always always tell people like and I know like we. We always got. We're always prisoners. At the moment. We got a reactive. Whatever just happened but the brief winning streak when with Carmelo and he's putting up numbers and they're winning winning and say look? It's great that he you know he should have been illegal along and this is obviously the right move and it's great for everybody. It's like Yes for the moment that I don't WanNa be a Downer like we all are happy. See Mellow back. And we're all happy to see Portland Kinda right itself for the moment but let's not declare victory just because they want a few games against you know you know subpar team Zoll. Yeah Oh and Pelicans can I think listen at then today. If you look at the big picture mellow is going to play out of his mind right now on fire. He's okay prove everybody that he belongs. Yeah and because he still wants one more contract and and maybe go to a team yes go and help actual contending team and then you look at how some Weinstein who. I was pretty critical and I was like listen as motorists and there. You can't pass well enough in these last few games. He's been playing top level basketball but then I said what would motivate him to do this other than just winning the listen no matter what he does everyone the white all it'd be talks nurse is America's NERD. Why would he commit himself to the team? We know everyone's like you're just a rental car. Yeah you know and that absolutely. He's playing for another contract and the blazers but like well. Thanks for your time. We're GONNA find you and that's the reality of it. 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"richard works" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

09:00 min | 1 year ago

"richard works" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"And get first black the VCR the how what that to me legal any known diesel the only email me I'm just saying that is shown and yeah just for just to blow it into my doesn't mean that we have I just need to way J. still a ban on every time the only thing I noticed to say yeah we noticed can when you see me no stress the deal the only please for disability into my doesn't mean that we have thank need to one one one ninety two three what a six I mean some of what it can become a full this in a closed yeah but I'm going right now young boys you'll never be known one of one of them being down three games I mean down like ranging running into everywhere thank you for we Paul faith will come out day in Vegas and well no you can't win happens every hours will continue to hang out with us this room right here man as well called over to the market my partner Richard worked over the at the market and I hit him up about some crab that we have recently purchased in how was spoiled and it was getting no se yeah the sound of face this in is one also the hand of faults like his guy ponds implants in extremely apologetic busily to reach parts are preaching appreciate your rates love you my brother as they get is he a phone tap on the teams right here Big Boy a lot.

"richard works" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast

Shutdown Fullcast

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"richard works" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast

"It's called texture it as the experience but I'm excited to have somebody on the show O.. Annon podcast ain't nobody who can help them sound a little better health and help them listen. We're acknowledging the existence of A._P._N.. From this day forward P._A.. Peon China's a trusted friend and no longer a unacknowledged enemies so that's number one number two <hes>. It's really exciting that we'll get to work with each other a lot more. Jason has always done a really good job. <hes> of making sure that like we overlap and Richard's work work lines up with buds work lines up with Godfrey's <unk> lines up with Spencer's work but I think banner society is going to give us a really good opportunity to do that even more because like every listen my three co hosts on the show are very smart and so are for again sorry floyd and so is so is everybody nobody else associated with this project and it just it's really enjoyable to get to benefit from their brains and their backgrounds and their ability to sort of see college football as this kaleidoscope that you just turn it this way or that and it's different and then it's different again and then it's different again like the collaborative aspect of this and the idea that we will cross the streams more because that's how we will defeat goes her like that also. I guess what I'm trying to say is now we can finally defeat goes. Hey I'm Jason Doray and I'm hosting a new podcast land of the giants season. One is called the rise of Amazon and it's about how Jeff bezos turned. What was a little online bookseller into one of the biggest companies of our time doc? We'll ask why is Amazon building microwaves powered by Alexa and why is it making all these robots and we'll tackle.

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"richard works" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"richard works" Discussed on WLAC

"I believe a breakthrough summer in many directions and a part of it. We're going to be able to talk about next week. All right. That's enough of a tease. I appreciate your coming on this morning, Richard. But now you can go to bed now. Thank you, Richard. Thanks, guys. A good night. I thought that that was important to do Doug because Richard Richards, work and your work spin together. Oh, absolutely. Planning. I I would like to begin to allow the audience to start to ask questions. But there there are so many questions coming in from facts people asking about other ways, this might be done, for example. Please ask Doug. If there's any reason why a quarter inch or three eight inch variable-speed drill couldn't be used as a spinning device. Many people have a drill motor in their home. Now. The the problem with that is you could use a drill. But. The thing is is stabilized in this thing and mounting it to the to the drill. You could put it in the drill bitten spin it. I if you had a stand that you could place to the drill bit. You could do it. It'd be a little a little slow, but it would work one other question, you're not the computer expert in the family. But this is a good question are just thought can you put a crop circle on a computer screen and make it spin? Yes. You can you can. Yes, you can. That was done. Well,.

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"richard works" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

The Jim Ross Report

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"richard works" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

"Striker, good combination right there as they're not bad. Boy, I'll tell you for good and roof Richard works. They're doing some for producing run the grill physician. I think somebody told me so they just did hell job selling out. Come back. The big. Apple making an impact getting noticed, and you know, I know the Ghaffar recent guests here on the show filthy, Tom Lawlor Brig guests by the way filthy. Tom. Come back on any time asking John Hennigan, Johnny legend, Johnny impact, Johnny survivor. Just Johnny and so good job, but both those companies and it goes what we're talking to Chris Jericho about that wrestling companies should probably be thinking about working together more and not being stupid, not being stupid. You wanna be moving into the future, then do other businesses do? Can you imagine if the NFC didn't wanna play the football NFL? Can you imagine a boring football would be? It's almost match us went away. I can't even fathom it. So I think it's great for the growth of the business. Anything grows the business good for me and as as as a fan and somebody's dedicated pretty much entire life to the Jonah. So this week we have. Call slobber knockers of the week. L. w. w. dot com. By the way, an impact wrestling for a great event. Both in the great is fast week milestone events that should not be left undone addressed, good job. Everybody I'm proud of you and mix of having to be a wrestling fan 'cause there's no better time to be wrestling fan there right now..

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"richard works" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"richard works" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"To explain to you bill seventy five have operate can for thoracic aneurysms that was in miami seven abdominal aneurysm and that keep my love hello richard works good one okay and i have a a light stroke when i was had the factory the only problem with that i that'd be late who it is fun pick up on my hand like a plate mold and shake and what i bought a bicycle fan to ride that bicycle i have a little bit of a problem we're having an issue the balance bother me one of the big things you want to look at is one is the sara bellum is a big piece and you're like what is that well it's part of the brain stem that goes down to the first cervical vertebra and it's always good to have someone evaluate that if it's out of position than it can start causing some balance issues so that could be one one deal to look at and then obviously your inner ear could be an issued have looked at your primary care physician can look at that and do some evaluation on that there's some testing that can be done it will vestibular testing to see if there's anything neurological that could be causing some of the balance related issues and vascular components so you might want to have them run some vascular test to see exactly what's going on as far as if there's some restrictions if there's planning in the karatas i mean there's some oltra sound tests that really simple noninvasive and they can do and run and see of that's a major issue so again there's several things that you can do and i would get that done especially if you have an aneurysm that they know about then there's probably some instabilities within your vascular system that's what i'll take a peek at because really that that is a big key into something you don't want to just let go from a natural perspective you fatty acids are important like your fish oils that's very very important vitamin e is a big one to even not taking any medicine right now and you might want to talk to your doctors about those because raising up vitamin e levels and also your mega three fats are just incredible routine is another really good one for vessels that you might wanna take a peek at as well but again our someone to work on the structural aspects act of your health because the structure meaning the bones muscles nerves chiropractic physicians really good osteopathic physicians dios are very good at this as well in that could be a real good component with what you're struggling with and what you're looking at okay in that can be very helpful especially in the situation where you're losing that balance and being able to figure out the route and you back triple eight two eight three seven two seven to remember this that if you're struggling with your health and you're trying to figure it out and you just can't understand what's going on there some keys that we always talk about here on the show and getting your health in order takes a few steps when we come out of this right we're gonna talk about those steps from the foods that you should eat the exercise that you should do to water you should we're going to get into some of the key components and a really feel like that we make things more complicated than they need to be because health is pretty simple it's pretty much commonsense and we always have that revolutionary things like putting coconut oil in your skin is good sunscreen or that things like rice lower cholesterol we learn all of these components wow million reality is to get the basics down i the other little details than phone the life of the.

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"richard works" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"richard works" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Forty more stimulating talk eric davis i know in two thousand four this encounter that we now know as the tic tac encounter occurred off the coast of san diego the us nimitz carrier group several witnesses pilots radar operators some of whom we've had on this program there seems to be a willingness as we've discussed along the unsocial media the internet to dismiss this in some way to diminish it to confuse it to muddy the waters we saw the skeptical inquirer come forward with a a ridiculous article this this week we've seen statements from people like seth shostak neil degrasse tyson saying well it's ufo's at doesn't mean alien which can you address the tic tac incident i know that from some material that i have seen that has not been made public that bass did collect information and did take a look at this case what's your take on it well that's right they did and the take on it is it's a legitimate ufo it's as i said in the previous hour this is not a technology that is made on earth like humans anywhere it's it's let's put it this way there is no observable control surfaces on the vehicle there was no clue from an exhaust from a propulsion exhaust system there were no you know you know what i mean by control surface like we asked for example wings rudders and so the vines and so forth so there's no propulsion tune rotors and outrun and out rammed the f eighteen these things are very large i mean they were roughly almost fifty feet long and half half and half that just an half that length in list and they're shaped like an edgar like a tic tac and and that's remarkable i mean no control surfaces voters no plumes no propulsion systems no internal eric etc etc or even extra irritate from an external propulsion system on a control wing on a control surface so that's what we came to the conclusion is that these are legitimate identified obviously anonymous aerial vehicles they are under intelligent control and they are an advanced technology so those were to conclusions and we don't know where they come from that's three conclusions and we don't know who's operating them and that's sports inclusions and so they're generally novelist and that's that's what we concluded and we've got to do something about them because they are interfering with military deployments in the ocean and they've interfered with the air force deployments in the atmosphere wherever the air force is flying plains there have been ufo's i had not been a part of that part of the investigation i talked to air force pilot so i don't know that they have seen the tic tac i know that there are pilots i'm where we've seen the triangles they seem tanker crap they seem fears and they seem something a shape so maybe the shape is closest to the tax rate that i heard reported they haven't used that name it's the navy pilot like braver and and the other guys who i won't name who i know have called it the tic tac because that was probably the best description of the shape of the thing i also knows that a a retired vice president of lockheed martin himself he and his family had any ufo encounter on the coast to california and the craft they saw was a bit of a modified version of a tac in that came to almost point on one in and it had an unusual like pattern and this guy had come up through lockheed martin working for ben richard works and he told me that he knows all be advanced secretive aircraft and these are developed by china russia iran north korea and and all of the all american out like a nations as well as nonaligned nations that are not our adversaries and he said he knows what through intelligence information he gets briefed on what aircraft configurations in performances are there etcetera etcetera and that's the thing that he and his family saw look nothing like it it actually behaved in flew in the sky like nothing you've ever seen before and he came up bruce skunkworks working for kelly johnston i'm sorry ben rich i'm sorry it's been rich and and so that's an example of variety of shapes and if you work at frank's our sperry's book from the nineteen seventies was the utah ufo display where he had on the.

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"richard works" Discussed on The Fandom Podcast

The Fandom Podcast

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"richard works" Discussed on The Fandom Podcast

"Yeah hi this has been marshall i play hera on star wars rebels shelving you may know me as tasers face richard works you may know me as alpha phi from power rangers i is or on the hour rangers are in trouble and you're listening to the fan who cast welcome to the phantom podcast this is the show that brings together geeks nerds cross the fan numbers to analyze the news and discuss your favorite tv movies comics and books this is our spoiler filled episode for avengers infinity war and you know what guess what the spoiler horn is being fired off now so joining us this week he's wait nick english put that thing away right now i don't wanna tell you again i grew whoa whoa we don't use that language here i am groot you got some sort of the show all right he swore dairy until they named a flavor for him he's jeff doumas something like it's it's a little chaki i personally preferred alcohol burning thinking hunka burn jeff oh he's say those words all right well i'm the new avenger that doesn't know about i kevin bacon wait no i am brand new she up all right so we have fought this is still the greatest movie ever made never was oh this is the first time ever that we have hit this button during the interesting i had to actually test on my soundboard whether or not it actually worked because this is a movie that you cannot watch without or cannot talk about without spoiling spoiling something for somebody even with quotes jokes.

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"richard works" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"richard works" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"Of course check out sinophile you and your last episode came out last week so you have an oscar is one assume coming out with my buddy max bread us you know max is so funny he does some of the best oh my gosh that impression of sean connery was one of the funniest things have ever heard can it's amazing you know the con repay he does it david bowie obviously it sin a false oil i don't wanna see bowie but i would be his connery is unreal like and it's just it's all spur of the moment it's not like we were urged that i just start talking about the untouchables you don't get your host show lowcritical bombay shula we just north into it but i but i contend the birlik none the people know richard burton now the richard work must have good so so hold someone as richard burt you would literally thickets richer britain back from the dead he also we didn't even get it is a pretty good michael caine percent like he's a little deep he just slightly group in australia from like five until twelve eyes of fasting guide you loves all those actors so he can do those old english actors he does peter o'toole richard burton sean connery oliver read like its is a real knack forza czechoslovakia like good impressions on max is one of the best really really funny or can't wait to check it out adnan thanks tom good luck this weekend you were an inspiration for me for getting into the movie thing 'cause you know hey you went from sports caster will you still are sportscaster to uh be another red carpet for the oscars and i can't wait to walk very excited all thanks so much guys i i appreciate the sport jaffe always be nice to me via twitter some guy we finally got to chat and best of luck to you guys the podcast obstacles you having fun with it i like the idea of the different categories the barely she got a news yourself so good for your voice that banks baton ton then pre shaded thank thank you thank us.

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"richard works" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"richard works" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"I did and some names don't orange kobe welcomed q thank you it's good beer it's a budget a heavy i have to admit until very recently i had never heard of richard hamilton as host of an art show especially in canada i'd like should i should i resign richard has been under the radar for a long time i mean he's he's there's no question he's a very important you know influential artist who started a lot of or left his mark on a genre which has become a really important part of the art world and he got attention for it a lot of attention when he was a young man you got it in our noticed in the 80s and written up an acclaimed by critics in written in all the papers but he never really locked into the mainstream of the art business the art world business and so for that reason he didn't become a household name some of his contemporaries thank god i don't feel so bad anymore at tell me tell me about the night you saw richards work first of it was a dark alley away rand it was it was kind of on a wall of a vacant lot i think in down in tribeca this was in probably 1979 i was crashing with some friends who had a aloft down in on broadway in white street and about a half a block from their house there was a vacant lot with a big black war on it in one night i was coming down the street and i jumped because i thought there was someone standing in the sort of in the shadows in this lot was about to jump out in my and then i step back and realized though it's just a picture did you know that it was art i mean the first time you saw it you didn't know what it was 'cause you didn't have any frame of reference there wasn't you know makes me sound like an old codger but there just wasn't art on the streets the weather is now i mean it was a very unusual thing to see a.

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"richard works" Discussed on Lore

Lore

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"richard works" Discussed on Lore

"Back on hutchinson's island were allison richard worked for william weisz other remnants of their grim tale can still be found some visitors to the island have reported seeing a man and woman in eighteenth century clothing they're always described as hiding in the shadows huddled together as if avoiding some one but disappear the moment you glance away the most common report though is that of a pale woman seen walking through rights square essay she wears an old whether dress and approaches people at night within outstretched arms do you know where he is she asked the people who see her mournful expression on her face where is my baby the savannah is indeed a city with a grin past and history full of tragic stories and i would be a fool to try and cover all of them in a single episode but there's one last tale i'd love to share with you today one it's far too dark and chilling to leave for later so if you want a little more don't go anywhere i'll be right back after this sponsor break this episode of lore was made possible by each and every one of you and by fracture rapture wants to change the way you think about printing your photos instead of printing on photo paper fracture prints directly onto glass turning your favorite photographs into works of art and they're absolutely gorgeous got one of their prince sitting on a shelf near my desk i love it fractures are so minimal that they look good in any decor and ordering one is just as simple upload your image place the order in a few days later you'll have everything you need to display that piece of art including a wall hangar and if you ordered a small or medium print you'll also get a cool metal stand for a shelf or desktop fractures made great gifts and they're made right here in america in gainesville florida in fact right inside a green and modern carbon neutral factory so you can feel good about what you're buying right now listeners can save fifteen percent off your first order by visiting fracture dot me news.

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"richard works" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"richard works" Discussed on WRVA

"Two longrange richard working across will pour pressures kyle guide rebels it ahead of the frontcourt now between the legs he's being defeted tightly polish pick the pure by lawrence it out guide diving for the lose ball with nine seconds left it'll score free it out about so i am he's going to have the ball an leave hurricanes going to go wages since higherleague quietly here tonight is they're going to fight to the very end even though this thing is well out of range izudin do check ended the game he replaces newton in for one last shot be launched in inbound a and this wall to all the cavaliers fight and clawing a battling their way back in this one and they will dribble was one to the finish law the avalanche give the wind coal blood number one ranked team with a country his elderly mother full to under sixty points its twenty teams rarely to crack that code virginia websit fit denied a fifty never trailed and who is ever already much deserve reprieve with eight days off blooming in their cutting waste sell virginia great effort down the final stretch of this one as a cavalier saw things get alerts deserve reprieve with eight days off low baby in there cutting wicksell virginia great effort down the final stretch of this one as the cavaliers saw things get a little dicey at one point of the second half but they put the afterburners audit charged to the finish line for a hardearned victory you're tonight in miami florida we'll come back it is help system with a health system that seems all that.

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"richard works" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"richard works" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"Slash knowles camera w l e s that has ring dot com slash knowles what is it marshall got onslaught flashing knowles that's the one okay so i've got family vaca on the east coast in the bomb cyclone of global warming things are looking pretty bad here just a few photos of i hear you can see niagara falls is freezing as the water molecules prepare themselves to evaporate into the broiling atmosphere you can see some shoppers and dumbo brooklyn olry or they're actually ignoring the do not cross signs as the race across the street to escape the blazing sun speaking of brooklyn and other trendy brooklyn night is dawning half of a snorkel in her tropical paradise a tractor sweeps be bubbling asphalt off of the main drag and bell port new york at look at this a despondent poppy in bryant pork begs his owner to trim his code just a little bit shorter if only there weren't so much man caused global warming three beach bros crews main street mid for new york on jet skis boy oh boy that man caused global warming really is unbelievable to help us explain the situation we now bring on richard lens and richard is an atmospheric physicist specializing in dynamics of a middle atmosphere atmospheric tides and ozone photo chemistry all things about which i know absolutely nothing he has published more than two hundred scientific papers and books he's the recipient of many awards including the american meteorological society is my singer and chorny a words probably mispronouncing that the american geophysical unions masol wayne metal and the leo prize from the wall and foundation in goteborg sweden he is a member of countless climate science advisory boards and until 2013 richard worked for thirty years is the alfred p sloan professor of meteorology at mit has that for an introduction richard thank you for being here.

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"richard works" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"richard works" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Jeff bob hey of eyeinthesky record rewarded robin roberts real quick airbus yard everybody care show jennifer all the well was she is a fine let's go to work come back to robots it was really really really factor bet you fall short but that forward gut right now with richard work without a crash here the selfrule farther bill would quickly volume as pure coming up mm about already before sherman way but alwine throw pinups grouping the 170 one one third forward ruling which normally used 401 sugar one seventy one 34 as good and after that trip in two glendale looks pretty good at a wreck for just a call at route of jeff far far now come us address their work in one ten north at olympic is a crash the middle traffic lanes have used up there from the tan kfi and this guy has get you there faster arm of the banks the rams made easy work of the giants yesterday final score fifty one to seventeen they're now six in two and first in the nfc west chargers had a biweekly travelled jacksonville the play the jaguars next sunday the lakers evened their record of five and five with a win over the grizzlies last night one of seven to one or two rookie kyle coups my lobbed the double double despite a very impressive fourthquarter rally the clippers got burned by the he yesterday they were able to navigate a twenty five point gap only to lose in the final moments final score 104 on 101 they take on the spurs in texas tomorrow night gang time five thirty and you can hear it on a and five seventy ellie sports i'm wayne resnick kfi sports hey at stanford jones lee here and.

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"richard works" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"richard works" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Thrilled to say i love know we're very close working with my added to chris wyatt a man who taught me more about storytelling and patients than anybody else i've ever met and an end my cinematographer joshua james richards working at feeling like go to war to battle every day to get this film shot to make this film the way we wanted to main kit in a battling the elements and the the landscape and and all the things that might trip is up and feeling like he you know you are very much part of a team and those things were incredibly important and moving and those relationships hopefully will go on you talked about how you'll making that yell is starting to think about your next fill you guys it team on this saw you are you going away good nothing and then you will look around and will you what with these people again i mean there's there are definitely certain people i would love to work with again and i think sometimes you just when you start that relationship and you work together and the and you understand each other and you have the same vision and then i would be really foolish not to pursue those relationships in terms of the the the where i met at the moment with the next project it's very much just me because it's writing i remember this is a this is one thing taipei said let's correct mom finger over over 450 remarkable thea it means very quickly.

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"richard works" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"richard works" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Staff and it just the entire community alumni friends donors students you have and richard a lumber you have we've just going through it off air some unbelievably distinguish in addition to you and your wife some of terribly distinguished omam's we have for a number of former city council members we would ask thought that but but even outright now you even though there some good all the midday and richard works for a very very good one and is serving alderman in history of the city council correct yes alderman of on and search writer yes but we have in that group of congressman lewis with gutierrez who came in northeastern probably about a year after um i was done uh he helped found the union of puerto rican students he was uh politically active and uh and he got his foundation here of northeastern uh we've had warner saunders of uh of of wmaq tv robert jordan of wgn a number of poets a number of authors musicians drew sawyers noted chicago historian and author uh it's a it's a roster of i think a very noble roster evil who made their bones in chicago were you when you were researching the book and again i haven't read it yet because it just derived and my lap today uh did you talk to many along sh in in researching the history must talked to a few yes i did in i worked with the northeastern alumni association and that is a marvellous group of people uh and the first thing they did was bring together a group of lumps from chicago teacher's college south her sister swore yeah uh graduates from the 1940s the 1950s and we had uh the dinner and i interviewed each of them individually ilwha sharing with me the stories of going to the angle with campus an for twenty dollars snow stir if that's what they paved the in this was the 50s during the teacher railroaded held a baby boom uh they got themselves a full college education with the or the pledge of agreeing to become a teacher to chicago public school system so they got their career mapped out for them and.

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