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"rick tony" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"Patrick reed is just brooks kept because it's just a phenomenal field. Obviously guys might be wanting to do a little bit of early reconnaissance For the us open summer but this is always a great spot always draws a great field now thing and we've talked about him before it just there are some issues in some issues especially it seems like with the potter. I know that last year around this time or shortly after the restart had some issues closing things out on sunday. Does that have any effect on on the way. You view tony. The you'll view moving forward. Does he have to Proverbially show you something rick. I don't think so. Chris because we've seen this for four and a half years now. I mean this is literally the same thing every time and and i understand. It is hard to win golf tournaments. You are fractions of inches away from making putts one bounce in the wrong direction or good bounce for someone else In the field kind of decides a lot of these so he's got a bit unlucky but he's also yeah. You just hasn't played well on sundays. Hits the ball into the water on sunday last week. He misses a three foot. Putt those two strokes alone or three strokes alone might not have done the trick. It stuff like that. That routinely happens for attorney fee now and you wonder. Is it just a matter of time before he breaks through again. Or is this a real thing where you know he has sunday woes. And it's and it's always going to rear. Its ugly head if you had to. Rick run good dot com one of the tools. There is the cheat sheet. And you expect rick tony fee now. Despite all of that to be very highly owned this week. I do and Not only does he have a great record around here. F- four or excuse me five consecutive years inside the top eighteen. Three of them are top. Sixes or better females a very popular very public golfer. He makes a lot of birdies in the fantasy. World is highly valuable even though he doesn't close out for victory often once since twenty. You know once In his career in two thousand sixteen he seems to find a way to make it into a lot of people's lineup. So yes i actually at the moment have him being as what is essentially the highest own golfer on the slate this week. You know i guess the interesting thing too is that as many putts as he seems to mess with the fact that he never really seems to drop bombs. Or maybe it's the guys he's playing with that are webb simpson Especially couple years. Ago comes to mind when i was holding a tony female last year whenever that was he's not putting particularly poorly from a strokes gain standpoint. So maybe it's just you know rolling a couple of putts in and that could change the entire complexity of tony fee now because all the other numbers. Czar great what. He's doing from a strokes game perspective. Yeah for sure and when you look at his results you're like okay finished fourth last week. That's awesome like like if you didn't watch sunday very true. Had an awesome week so when you start rolling through the box scores. If you're not fully immersed in in golf like like you and i you look at this and say well. He's got a lot of tennessee. Plays well you might not even know that. He struggles on sundays. Let's talk a little bit about The dfs card. Rick and again you. Rick run good dot com and check out all of the tools there the preview videos also the cheat that's up for not just the pga but the euro tour and more top the card we mentioned. Jon rahm rory mcilroy..
"rick tony" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"About two months have passed since Henry Hill got out of prison. Today he sits and Paul Mazes living room, wearing a mosque green leisure suit and leaning over a rickety coffee table where he divides outlines cocaine. Over the last two months, Hill has been shuttling between Pittsburgh and New York and Pittsburgh. He loads up on large quantities of heroin and cocaine. He then brings the drug Is to New York and hands them off to dealers. So far, the arrangement has been lucrative. But today, Hill is back in Pittsburgh for a different reason. He's here to meet someone named Rick Kun kun isn't involved in the drug trade. He's a student at Boston College and plays basketball for the college team. Eagles. Hail snorts too short lines of cocaine leans back in a leather armchair. He silently assesses the huge man sitting across from Kunis 6 ft five and weighs an easy 2 20. We have thick moustache and dark feathered hair. Hell does one more line of cocaine looks up Cocoon. So, Rick Tony Perla tells me you went to high school with his little brother. Says You're some kind of star athlete. Coon shrugs his shoulders and stay silent. Phil stares at him. Boy may be huge and body, but he was not so sure he's big in mind must be nice to play for Boston College. Too bad they're not paying for your talents. Soon sits up looking more focused than before. As hell continues, Ricki deserved to be rewarded. That's where I can help. All we want is some assistance with the scoreboard, Tony said. You're up for that. Kun gets a short, not good must be clear. We're not asking you to throw games or anything. I don't bet on who wins or who loses. I bet on what's called the spread. Now the spread That means that means you bet on how many points we win or lose by smart kid. Tell me what you know about spreads. Kun's eyes wandered for a moment. Then he looks back at Hill. Well, let's say the Eagles were favored to win by 10 points. That means the spread is 10. You could place a bet on the opponent and if we make sure that beat them by less than 10. You still win the bet we still win the game, But we're winning by less points. That's something I can make happen. Rick here, almost frightened. What's different is it's not that I win. Except we win. We get paid my friend. Now you got any other players in this with you course. But that makes me very happy. Ah, A month Later, In mid October, 1978 on the campus of Boston College, the Roberts center, Jim echoes with the sound of shoes squeaking on the hardwood floor. Today. The Boston College Eagles are wrapping up their first basketball practice of the season. The players take their final shots, and Rick Kun's sits alone on a courtside bleacher lacing up his shoes Thes last few weeks, Kun has been thinking long and hard about his meeting with Henry Hill. Every time he does, his heart beats fast with anticipation. He desperately wants to make some money to get back to how things used to be. Years ago, kun competed in a difference board. It was a baseball star and even.
"rick tony" Discussed on Absolutely Not
"We'll be buying like a like a structured blazer and a penny loafer because I was going very intense power lesbian phase in my life. And my dad would sit in a chair and he cattle God damn those Khakis a great by ten pair of them. My mom you know you were lucky. If she let you buy one pair shorts, never had the kids that were. The can are I had the canvas cats I wanted the kids were leather they just wipe off but instead my mom was so cheap that I had to get the Ki- The kids that you had to throw in the washing machine and she really only let me throw them in the washer dryer like once every three months because they were so fucking loud you know they just like roll around in the dryer like. CLUNK, and it gave everybody a headache. So used to cry all the time like mom, can I please please get the kids with the leather canvas Matt Leather Canvas Fuck. You know what I'm saying and then of course, one trip to the mall with my dad he buys me six pair because like you need up there snazzy do they fit house arch support good. Do couple laps in here in Upton real quick great heather I. think There's going to be great for the playground and I come home with like sixteen bags of the same here. At. Once I found a pair of pants that fit and I do that. Now I by sixteen parable as just what I do 'cause I. I don't have the privilege with these large shoulders of. Storage is picking something off the rack I have to get tailored. So to shirts together that's just that's you know the cross I have to bear. And so my dad would I'd come home with sixteen bags and stuff from the limited or express fuck you remember express meanwhile my sister's a wet seal by an eighteen fucking Pachulia chokers crop tops and I'm gonNA full wool sweater set size large women's. And my mom would get soapdish got dammit. Kyle, these kids don't eat all this shit back. No Heather look great and sixty five same shirt pewter the computer yellow Aban like Hunter Green when I really need to be probably in more of a pass down. So, just kind of that off grayish alert just wasn't flattering on anybody and then when you tucked it into your Khakis with a duck head belt, own my God that those were thriving days. The I say this is that was the best part of going back to school. Got This fucking nears shit show. I missed doing that Shit. By in back to school shit, I'm sorry I just took a real voyeuristic turn down memory lane but I needed to get that off my chest I miss those days. So listen I, don't blame you for not knowing what the fuck to do good luck onto the school I'm going to say a prayer I know it's a very controversial subject and I don't have kids. So I don't know what there is a and I'm not a teacher you know support everybody being safe and healthy but man, some of these parents are losing it and I don't I don't blame you I don't blame you. Let's get to the next voicemail Colin. Hi Heather this is Catherine from Keller. Texas. I've been absolutely not for you I. Just recently House that for an acquaintance and come to find out. That her neighbor has been texting her the entire time of where I was and who was parked in front of the House for how long and telling her the color of the people's hair, and basically what they look like the people coming in one including my mother I feel kind of violation of my privacy. I. Mean they already had cameras in the house. So yeah, that's my absolutely not new a Nudie neighbors fake love you here with your show in October well, if you catherine from Keller Texas. Thanks for calling in the hotline. Okay. Here's the deal. I got this feeling somebody's watching me and that's your friend. This is some shady boots absolutely not business. Let me get this straight friend hat says, Hey, I'm going out of town. Can you watch mccreavy go great sure. You know that there's cameras in the house obviously a May maybe they have young kids maybe they have pets. So you respect that you're walking around the kitchen topless big brothers out but but your friend also had the neighbor keep Tam's. Now here's the thing. It could go two ways because we a fucking crazy neighbor to who will alert us when we set at my backyard. So the pool whatever and we these big huge trees. So we have a lot of land. We cannot see through to our neighbor's house before the trees grew up, we had my uncle was outside on the porch one. Morning, smoking a cigarette and our neighbor. Mikal Joe our neighbor Joe called the cops because she thought we were being robbed out there like eight am and the police showed up guns drawn on our back porch on my uncle I understand that situation and literally my mom was so fucking busy. It's like. Are you insane? We have company Quid fucking spying on our house. But now, it could go the other way where your friend asked the neighbor to keep taps. So I, think that's what happened in the situation, and if those are the facts you need to say, this wasn't worth it. You don't trust me now we have eight cameras outside of our house right now Ford fucking knocks only because Jeff neater project during quarantine and he was like let's get a bigger security system. We have an alarm inside and we have the ring camera. But he wanted to set up all the cameras all over and truly to we live on the river. So we get a lot of wild animals. So it's also contract like we get like a crazy coyote in the backyard. It lets us know are we allowed to let Rick Tony out on the leash, but whatever you get it but it's to the point where we had a guy come out workers we're trying to figure out some home theater stuff and he was like. A cameras and kind of looked at me. I was like dude I don't have anything in the house. It's valuable. I don't have the blood diamond but yeah, we have a high tech security.
"rick tony" Discussed on Absolutely Not
"Thirty when I opened that Chris bottle wisdom in Nain Jan.. And I pour myself a glass Rosa, and then my legs just give out. And I had to lay on the couch. You know drama like one of your French girls. That's me this way. Shays Lounge was essentially a fainting couch because women used to wear corset so tight. They just faint. They you know sweet. Mabel would faint you throwing the fainting couch Annabel. Come in faint. You throw on the fainting couch. That's me one glass of Rosa. I'm fucking out you. It's also been interesting. We're cooking a ton at home when I order anything out. It runs right through me. I know that TM I. Think I. Mean We cook Italian. Garlic, butter onions shit, salted flavored, but I eat out now and that shit whatever they're cooking with runs right through me. I mean I'm GonNa have to wear a fucking diaper for the first month out which were really really let out I'm not gonNA Farewell I'm going to have to build up that stamina to get back into eating out for shape because I can't handle it anyways. Kevin of US on why you're calling, but listen I love your just dancing. You're free. You're in the bathroom. You listen to the podcast. You're just having a moment. That's what it's bound. If anything you take away from my podcast is added a moment just forty five minutes our whatever whatever length where you can take step out of your day and Giggle. Giggle and just take your mind off things I'm here for it. I'm here for you. Guys listen. I don't have all the answers so for those of y'all were getting crazy to me on the instagram. I'm just trying to post an open my eyes and see some shit succumbing on for the Ri-. You know what I mean. That's all I'm saying. You know what I doing. Actually you re-inspire me. I'm going to get some weed tone. Tell my mother. I'm GONNA smoke some. We just go into play golf for two days. mcgilla we'd my hit that we'd and I'll take off my bra. Be a Rick Tony. Little snack like a little cheese tray. We're GONNA. Lay in bed. Restart curb your enthusiasm. My favorite TV show of all time I've been watching season six right now. If you don't watch Kirby, should season six best, but start from season one. And you love to do gland or a high pressured Fan high-powered Fan, and let that just that cool breeze against your crotch. I don't know about Y'all I kinda quit wearing underwear when I sleep where big tea or mellow patrolman sets but I some of it. You gotTA. Let breeze through. And I'm. I'm just saying. Can you do you? You GotTa? Keep yourself distracted while your husband's working working at night. Shift I'm sure you're probably a little UNEDU- each scout. Let it.
"rick tony" Discussed on American Scandal
"He'll snorts to lines of cocaine leans back in the leather armchair. He silently assesses the huge man sitting across the room, coon, six foot, five and ways an easy to twenty with thick mustache and dark feathered hair. He'll does one more line of cocaine looks up. Kuhn so Rick Tony! Perla tells me you went to high school with his little brother. Says you some kind of Star Athlete. coon shrugs shoulders and stay. Silent Hill stares at him. The boy may be huge embody, but hills. Not so sure he's big in. Mind must be nice to play for Boston, College. To either not paying for your talents. COON sits up looking more focused than before as he'll continues. Ricky deserved to be rewarded. And that's where I can help. All we want is some assistance with the scoreboard. Tony said you're up for that. Kuhn gets short. Not good must be clear. We're not asking you to throw games or anything I don't bet on who wins or who loses I. Bet on what's called the spread now. The spread that means that means you bet on how many points we win or lose by smart Kid. Tell me what you know about spreads. Kuhn's is wander for moment. Then he looks back at Hill. Well, let's say the Eagles are favored to win by ten points that means the spread is ten. You could place a bet on the opponent, and if we make sure the beat them by less than ten, you still win the bet. We still win the game, but were winning less points. That's something I can make happen, Rick. You're right. What's different is it's not that I win sat wheat win and we get paid my friend now. You got any other players in this with you of course. But that makes me very happy. A month later in mid, October, nineteen, seventy, eight on the campus of college, the Robert Center Gym Echoes with the sound of shoes squeaking on the hardwood floor. Today the Boston College Eagles wrapping up their first basketball practice of the season. The players take their final shots and rick. Kuhn sits alone on a courtside bleacher lacing shoes these last few weeks. COON has been thinking long and hard about his meeting with Henry Hill and every time he does. His heart beats fast with anticipation. He desperately wants to make some money to get back to how things used to be. Years Ago Koon competed in a different sport. You was a baseball star, and even played in the minor leagues. Kuhn saw just how sweet life could be a well paid professional athlete, but then his fortunes took a turn coon struggle with a shoulder injury, and soon had to give up baseball. His dreams were dead. He thought, but then he got a second chance. He landed a spot on the Boston College basketball team. He was playing competitive sports once again, but this time he wasn't getting paid. The gambling scheme could change that, but a not quickly forms and coon stomach. Because in spite of what he told Henry Hill coon hasn't actually enlisted any other players, and he needs at least one other player to join him, but the question is. WHO. He studies his teammates a head for the exit to the twenty four year old coon. These guys seem like they're still in high school. They're not serious about risk, even one to make some real money. COON size gazes up at the rafters searching for ideas. When he looks back at the court, something clicks as if Accu-. His friend Jim Sweeney walked out of the locker room. Sweeney is the Eagles, point guard and Co. captain as well as a student. He has an energetic balance and a natural smile. Everything about Sweeney says that he's an honest hard working guy. But his coon watches him. He thinks there's more to this golden boy than meets the eye. Sweeney regularly asks coon about his time playing baseball in the minor leagues by living the Good Life. Coon to his feet and hurries to catch up to Sweeney. He greets him with an unassuming smile and asks whether he had minute talk. Moments later. Kuhnen Sweeney step outside the Robert. Center, your met with a crisp fall win which Russell's leaves the campus, maples. As they walk away from the Gym Kuhn explains the full plan. Sweeney stops checks to make sure they're out of your shot. Then demands to know. Did coon just ask him to cheat? So Sweeney repeats the plan again and promises him. It's not technically cheating is to shaving off a few points here and there it's harmless and it'll make a buck. Sweeney crosses his arms and tells coon. It sounds like cheating to him and for a moment both remained silent. Finally coon laughs and claps Sweeney on the shoulder. He says it drop it. It was just a joke anyway, but sweeney is warily. COON gives him another PAT says they should head to class. As they walk away. COON remains quiet. Thinking to himself Jim Sweeney didn't say yes, but then again. He didn't say no. It's later that same week. Henry Hill winds his way through the busy foot traffic in Queens New York City. He stops at a dimly. Let Bar known as Robert's lounge. He'll turn around and gestures. Paul maisy and Tony Perla who follow behind him. This is it? He tells them. Inside. A man sits on a corner stool, noodling on his guitar while laughing with a couple of guys with thick necks. He'll waves to them. One of them stands without saying a word escorts the trio to the back of the bar. From, there, they had down narrow set of stairs. As they descend. He'll keeps looking back at Tony Perla. WHO's looking? Pale, he's nervous. That makes hill nervous to. They're here today because he'll is trying to sell the betting scheme to powerful mobster Jimmy Burke. The trio's about to meet with Burke and when they do Pirlo explain a plan. If Burke likes what he hears, he'll come on board. He'll bring with him a large national network of sports betting bookies. He'll knows that. This is the key for the whole operation for the scheme to work. They'll have to spread the bets around the country. They'll place a large number of small bets on Boston College basketball. Team and all those small winds will add up to serious money, but because the bets will be spread far and wide, they won't attract much attention from other gamblers. He'll reaches the basement level sees burke seated at a table. He's reading the newspaper cracking up on a couple of hard boiled eggs. Burke is fifty with his reading glasses and old polo shirt. He doesn't exactly look like a high level member of the Mafia or man with reputation for extreme violence. Burke looks up from his paper. He Sees Hill and smiles the to have known each other for twenty five years, and Burke Treats Hill like nephew. He'll introduces Bert to the two other men and then leaves. Tony Perla with Burke so the two of them can talk. Meanwhile he joins maisy to burks men in the corner for a game of Botchy. But. Even as hill plays, he keeps one eye on Burke and Perlas Conversation Burke listens nods. Ask questions nods again. Finally emotions at hill to join them at the table. Burt takes a sip of his drink and says he's interested in the betting scheme, but I you want. He'll go to Boston and meet. All the players involved not just coon. He needs personal assurances that all of Kuhn's partners are up to the task. L., smiles. Manatt but he feels his chest. Tighten as he realizes he doesn't know with any certainty that Kuhn has gotten other players involved..
"rick tony" Discussed on WTOP
"Afternoon I'm John Anderson like she kind of sees that the editor's desk just to hand new legislation designed to avoid more layoffs and give companies an economic boost on Capitol Hill I'm Mitchell Miller's lord is re opening some businesses today not everyone's happy about it get an illustration of your favorite city spot with the money going to a good cause I'm John Aaron a Wall Street rally following the news of a potential corona virus treatments the Dow closes up five hundred thirty two points W. T. O. P. at four thirty one CBS news update the top U. S. infectious disease officials as guilty as experimental antiviral drug from death severe could become the standard of care for covert nineteen after early results from a key clinical trial show that helped patients recover more quickly from the illness Dr Anthony Fauci this drug happens to be blocking the enzyme that the virus uses Iowa governor Kim Reynolds is defending her actions to open restaurants and other businesses and a majority of Iowa counties that reported few coronavirus cases it's not sustainable for us to to continue to lock the state down we need to start to open it up in a responsible manner she says ninety percent of Iowa cases are confined to twenty two counties that still have restrictions meantime the U. S. economy shrank at a four point eight percent annual rate last quarter CBS news business analyst Jill Slazenger it reflects the lockdown economy as consumers and businesses pull back on their spending CBS news update on that paper it's four thirty two in time a new proposal in the Senate could mean a guaranteed paycheck even if you're laid off or furloughed WTOP's Mitchell Miller today on the hill Virginia senator mark Warner is a co sponsor of the paycheck security act that would provide up to ninety thousand dollars per worker for companies losing money at the government to pay what processors directly pay somebody salary so you keep the person connected to the business they don't lose their health care Warner and other lawmakers argue the legislation would help take pressure off of current small business programs and swamp state unemployment offices and Warner who's a member of the president's task force on re opening the economy says novel approaches are needed to deal with economic issues that will persist for some time clearly the economic harm that we're going to be feeling is not going to go away even when we re open on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news and some Virginians could get a break on student loans as the pandemic impacts the economy governor Ralph Northam announced that more than two hundred thousand will be eligible for expanded relief if they are struggling to make their payments the initiative affects those who took commercially owned federal family education loans Perkins loans are privately held student loans relief options include waiving late payment fees and enrolling in a bar or assistance program borrowers are advised to contact their loan servicer four thirty three Florida's governor is announcing plans for re opening the state later today governor Roger Sanders has said that he'll take a measured and thoughtful approach to re opening Florida in phases that the first steps would not be much different from what's happening right now he said it says that's because his stay at home order was not as quote Rick Tony in as those in some other states and CBS correspondent Peter king in Orlando up next on WTOP a new call for China to be more transparent about the virus it's four thirty four this cloud ready minute is brought to you by Cisco as federal employees transition to remote working they must be able to experience enhanced collaboration within and across teams while staying secure against rowing cyber threats but all telework tools are not up to the task that's why government agencies should seek an enterprise grade solution one that is simple to use keeps users and their data secure and can meet stringent fedramp standards for more on this go to federal news network dot com and search cloud ready are you collaborating securely.
"rick tony" Discussed on WTOP
"Loans I'm math paper in Washington where doctors say there's a promising drugs already on the market that could help in the coronavirus flight correspondent Natalie brand is at the White House Dr Anthony Fauci says there's evidence California based Gilead sciences experimental drugs shortens hospital stays for coronavirus patience and lowers the death rate but the drugs still needs FDA approval you're going to hear more details about this this will be submitted to a peer reviewed journal and will be peer reviewed appropriately news of the possible drug breakthrough sent the stock market up today even though economic fallout from the corona virus continues to mount that's because the commerce department announced that the GDP shrank four point eight percent in the first quarter the commerce Khusro Shea says that's the largest decline since the two thousand eight Great Recession we saw a decline in consumer spending the decline in business investment that was tied to the response of the corona virus pandemic in in restrictions on movement president trump says the economy will rebound and predicts the fourth quarter of this year will be quote fantastic some Florida public spaces have reopened to visitors as the state's governor is expected to reveal this afternoon what he's calling baby steps for re opening the economy there I'm Peter king Orlando got a Roger Sanders has said that he'll take a measured and thoughtful approach to re opening Florida in phases the first steps would not be much different from what's happening right now he said it says that's because his stay at home order was not as quote Rick Tony in as those in some other states all as more places reopen correspondent Jim chrysalis as more people are afraid of returning to work an increasing number of people say they're hesitant to return to work as businesses reopen they worry they could get the virus from their jobs a legal claim I think it's going to be tough because no matter what your situation is can be very difficult to prove where you contracted the virus Memphis still to see employment attorney Alan crone says one concern is businesses could be bankrupted if they face corona virus related legal claims from workers Jim chrysalis CBS news nearly seventy veterans have died of the virus at a Massachusetts nursing home John Miller works at the soldiers home in Holyoke north of Springfield it's heartbreaking we.
"rick tony" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"A deep pothole in the first three months of the year the government says it shrank at a four point eight percent annual rate economist Gus voce says it set the wheels in motion for a recession in the second quarter that will be even worse because of the corona virus shut down I think this will be by far the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression of the United States it's going to be much more severe than the Great Recession that we had from two thousand seven three two thousand and nine I'm hopeful this will be a depression because I think it should be short lived Boeing says it lost six hundred forty one million dollars in the first quarter of the year it's going to slow airplane production and cut about ten percent of the work force CEO Dave Calhoun does see a silver lining the fundamentals that have driven air travel for the past five decades and doubled air traffic over the past two decades remain intact we believe this industry will recover the economic son is starting to peek through the virus clouds in the sunshine state the latest to begin easing restrictions hi Peter king Orlando governor Roger Sanders has said that he'll take a measured and thoughtful approach to re opening Florida in phases the first steps would not be much different from what's happening right now he said it says that's because his stay at home order was not as quote Rick Tony in as those in some other states hundreds jammed a Brooklyn street for a rabbi's funeral last night ignoring the call for social distancing New York City mayor bill de Blasio sent in police to scatter the crowd people go that gathering some will be sick with this disease that's just a fact some will spread the disease to others people as results will die the navy is taking a longer look into what happened on an aircraft carrier that got hit by a wave of coronavirus cases CBS is Tammy McCormick the acting navy secretary says after reviewing the preliminary findings he's now been advised to ask for a deeper review because there are unanswered questions navy officials had recommended captain Brett closer be restored as the ship's commander he was fired after appealing for more help to control a corona virus outbreak on the ship nine hundred sailors have tested positive the biotech firm Gilliard says it's experimental virus drugs proved effective in a new study reports a Major League Baseball is investigating various options to try to salvage the twenty twenty baseball season one scenario has.
"rick tony" Discussed on WTOP
"For any in northern New Jersey the U. S. economy hit a deep pothole in the first three months of the year the government says it shrank at a four point eight percent annual rate economist Gus voce says it's set the wheels in motion for a recession in the second quarter that will be even worse because of the corona virus shut down I think this will be by far the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression of the United States it's going to be much more severe than the Great Recession that we had from two thousand seven three two thousand and nine I'm hopeful this will be a depression because I think it should be short lived Boeing says it lost six hundred forty one million dollars in the first quarter of the year it's going to slow airplane production and cut about ten percent of the work force CEO Dave Calhoun does see a silver lining the fundamentals that have driven air travel for the past five decades and doubled air traffic over the past two decades remain intact we believe this industry will recover the economic son is starting to peek through the virus clouds in the sunshine state the latest to begin easing restrictions I'm Peter king Orlando governor Roger Sanders has said that he'll take a measured and thoughtful approach to re opening Florida in phases the first steps would not be much different from what's happening right now he said it says that's because his stay at home order was not as quote Rick Tony in as those in some other states hundreds jammed a Brooklyn street for a rabbi's funeral last night ignoring the call for social distancing New York City mayor bill de Blasio sent in police to scatter the crowd people go that gathering some will be sick with this disease that's just a fact some will spread the disease to others people as results will die the navy is taking a longer look into what happened on an aircraft carrier that got hit by a wave of coronavirus cases CBS is Tammy McCormick the acting navy secretary says after reviewing the preliminary findings he's now been advised to ask for I do deeper review because there are unanswered questions navy officials had recommended captain Brett closure be restored as the ship's commander he was fired after appealing for more help to control a corona virus outbreak on the ship.
"rick tony" Discussed on Moving2Live
"You twelve or early you fourteen team so it takes time and you know the other aspect that you can look at. These things is that there's talent identification and then there's talent development and a lot of times people are really into putting together. A model talent identification model for quick success but they don't ever good longitudinal results with the TAT framework particularly community recreation type of setting tell talent development using the head framer enables you to sustain sport. Culture both from a physical perspective but also from social emotional affective perspective and We're we're kind of burying some of the fruits of that but honest with you. I'm in the middle of IT and hopefully we'll start to get some Fruit off the tree in the next two to three years that I think do in my role as well as I try to communicate with a high school program as well and give them insight direction to what we do so it benefits what they do. So that's again. That's implementing the community This long term athletic valid framework from third grade to icicle. So it's a work in progress. I really enjoy doing it. It's one of the more fun exciting things. Look forward to doing Because it gives me the opportunity to like we've discussed what it is. I'm preaching. I'm curious rick. Tony's talked about Kids going up to high school. Have you had the opportunity to talk to college? Coaches about this or personal trainers who work with adults beyond the college age and what has been the response or the feedback from them. And it's a great point to like you to Ben I also still continue to do personal training fitness center so I have clients who are young as eight which I you know. I have feelings both ways about that. But you know if it's something I've been able to create sparks with with younger kids to really like exercising and then going on to do other things so I'm okay with having somebody like just the by himself or herself to doing some training just to just really see what it's like really into confidence booster. I think to get to that next level. So personal trainers. I think they're all on board with us to find out out. This works didn't really have a conceptual framework for training. Different populations other than whatever sports model might be out there that they've looked at but We've presented to the undisguised personal trainers annual. Meeting held at and talk to a lot of different trainers in thorough. They're largely on board with making this word because they're working in a much smaller group setting to or either one on one or small groups. Gave a whole team trying to figure out how you're going to coordinate an hour and a half to two hours worth of practice the college side. I find fascinating do especially being at college and I'm really fascinated by the opportunities that are coming my way being a professor at the university. I'm getting calls now from local programs. Who Want to either to Lt Clinic or do their Summer Camps Nell? Tad Fashion in an effort to actually create an L. T. D. model by bringing parents in educating them collecting some data on pre imposed. What's actually working throughout the we actually did that last summer with the YMCA's on Colorado and it was very successful in other parents weren't really sure what to expect. I think that helped you know. They didn't have these great expectations in really like we mentioned earlier. It attracted a lot of the kids who were doing nothing so it was like twenty five percent of all kids. Don't play sports at all yet. Ninety six or so percent of all kids play video games. So how do we fix that? How do we get kids excited about oats? Not I don't think the video games such a bad thing because they teach us or does not listening. And that's another podcast right there rick. I know that there are some people. Say E sports are support? I don't know I'm open to be convinced. Either way with that Tony Tony. I'm interested with a no. You work at a division one school and academics. Have you had this conversation with any division? One strength coaches a performance coaches about the importance of long-term Athletic Development. I know I'm thinking of a number of former major college. Football players that I know are former professional players and one of the comments that many of them who are on the more intelligent side. Say They can't wait till they retire when they can lose weight if they're in positions like offensive line defensive line linebacker and. I think I just saw a people. Pittsburgh will probably shoot me. Joe Thomas who is a longtime offensive LINEMAN with the Cleveland Browns? As lost fifty or sixty pounds. Since retiring. Two years ago I just said I teach a course called the principles of performance enhancement which is kind of like a strength and conditioning courts. I just Singled out a couple of football players. This morning explained to them that they are part of the talent identification Mall in fact they were uprooted from high school at our division. Ones Institution had nothing to do with their athletic development When they were child up until or senior high school so Yeah that conversation does pop up a with students in my classroom Because so many of them are curious are what is some of the things that they can do to get to the next level whether it be professional or Coaching or whatever I have had conversations with our strength and conditioning staff. I've been here for sixteen years. I think I've gone through five different strength and conditioning coaches. And that's because we'd gone through five different football coaches But we had the same football coach here now for the past four five years. He had some reasonable success Giving the appropriate Marin and We don't really have a lot to talk about Long term athletic developments more so athletic development than is long-term Athletic Valentine because again the window with which they are with. The athletes is To all the stages associated with the framework conversation I do have my athletes in principle on a framework that I really encourage my students embrace to take with them when they go out there as physical therapists or as athletic trainers physical. Educators are personal trainers That they can take this framework out there and see how important valuable. It is As this cradle to grave concepts but yeah we have conversations. But they're really very narrow because of the window has a at a time is here in Michigan and Rick. I'm interested with the conversations you've had to I remember. I did my doctoral degree at Auburn and I remember an athlete who his main goal in life was. He had left the hood to play sports at that university and this is his definition outlined in his goal was he wanted to get his degree in physical education and go back and work at the YMCA or the boys and Girls Club because he recognized the benefits that playing that particular sport at Donny said basically otherwise I would be a gang banger analysis like I recognize that I've had phenomenal opportunities. Tony's a division one school. I know you're division to school that you've had the opportunity to be around division three to I went to a division three school. I did my doctoral studies at division. I currently work at a division. To what have you noticed the same or different from what Tony's commented added division to school where you're currently at or interaction with people who are in division three. You know it's interesting what I've been able to note because it it's now a requirement at division one that they have a strength and conditioning coach. Which you know a lot of schools at handed but unless it's required it doesn't often happen. The same is now trutv division to other creative ways of incorporating added in the to school and it's supposedly coming to the NC Double A. For Division three but it hasn't been enacted yet. So I think Tony brought up a great point. Earlier to strengthen conditioning coaches aren't valued enough largely because they're hired by football coach so our our thought process on there was an excellent post the other day from void f Lee about what he was talking about the strength and conditioning feel that we really need to change and one of those who hires the strength coach. Because if you're hired by the football coach than how are you actually able to work with all teams in the football coach's training philosophy is different from the university training philosophy? The lacrosse coaches philosophy. You have you have issues because you're not all on the same page. So I think the college environment could be alone or unified by changing under whom the strength coach of reports. Some people said well it should be athletic director while athletic directors think show. I'll be part of that sports medicine team. We should all be meeting together. But it's an academic institution once it becomes part of the academic process. Then he could have these conversations like Tony and I haven't a classroom but we're not having that as often with group of coaches at the same time and we keep banging on doors to make that happen so I think if you could change that we'd be able to make a lot more headway. It all three different levels of college which then trickles down to ice. Go up curious kind of build on this I with you rick and then Tony Rick's a division two school. What do you find your division to athletes. Who are in your classes when you talk about. This long-term Athletic Development. What's their response to they say? Hey you know I'm still gonNA make it. I still have a chance thinking of you know maybe women's basketball men's basketball men's football sports where there are professional opportunities and also soccer. I don't think it our institution we have that many students are thinking they're going pro. They're really enjoying the experience that they're having competing in athletics and representing the university and Western stars fantastic academic athletic program. That team's doing remarkably well strength. Coach does a fantastic job athletic director's pre too. So I think in the classroom the biggest issue that we have is like those barriers in silos. We were talking about before because it's not so much that they're an athlete. It's what their major is. So if they're in our department exercise science kinesiology every school has a different term for it but the majority of our students are pre physical therapy preoccupation therapy and they think they need to know absolutely nothing about strengthening conditioning our exercise it's not going to do so it's become an end the the faculty there we've all done. I think a fantastic job of educating students that you don't know where you're GONNA end up and you'll get tell my students that I think that I'd be sitting here having this wonderful conversation this afternoon back when I was in college. No I definitely did not think that. So he knows kind of like Tony. I wanted to go to California when I was in college. Really Care what it got there so you know we from all these different places. The students I think it really receptive to it. The more we talk about it in class we actually had a conversation when my class is this morning about it. One of the things we talked about. We talked about earlier construct. You know there's really little definition of something terms that we have so they're all open to so much interpretation as what we actually think they are. So unless we come to some kind of an agreement within our institution with our sports program while we're GONNA call things and that's one of the criticisms you hear from our our disciplined in general. You'd see somebody doing exercise in six different people call that same exercise six different things so but I think they're really excited about looking at L. Tad. A lot of them are interested in working with kids. And so I find that fascinating but even those who are looking at Cardiac Rehab I think there's some opportunity for their. Because how do they end up in Cardiac Rehab in the first place? You know when you look at the exercise program designed in some of those other situations as we get older. Those students really interested in listening to what I have to say. Even though they're athletes because they know that at the end of the four or five years they're going to have an opportunity really effect change in the population. Insert in Tony. I'm interested with the same question for you if you have athletes in your class and I know Michigan State is a big ten school or big twelve school. The fact that there are some athletes that you probably have in your class who have the potential to continue beyond Michigan State. What's the response from the students or their their willingness to listen and talk about this. I LOOK. I just want to figure out. Can I make the Olympics? Can I make it to the next level? Can I make some money at this before I have to join the in air quotes real world? Yeah I think you know as a graduate Michigan State I know that the talent pool. Shall we say pull however you want to say Is quite a bit more abundant in Michigan State? So yeah you're GONNA have this conversation with the tremendous basketball program pretty strong football program but out of the other sports too. You know rowing wrestling in things that nature you've had a number of athletes try to attempt to pursue professional careers The institution now eastern Michigan. Very actually very much closer to Westchester Despite the fact that we're in the mid American conference we are still primarily a teaching institution and vast majority of my students In or have been a couple that have actually gone onto the NFL I can't think of any that have gone on to the NBA or those ranks But we we've had a few going in the NFL. But the vast majority mark conversations are what are they gonNA do in their professional careers whether it be as the physician assistant physical therapists occupational therapists physical educator and so my conversations in one of the things that really really really need me to.
"rick tony" Discussed on Moving2Live
"Welcome back to another edition of the moving to live podcast along with our sister. Podcast FIT lad. Pg H we really WANNA promote the ethos that movement should be treated as a lifestyle not just an activity. I've mentioned before on both podcasts. Sometimes the best guests come from recommendations from past guests and today one of the guests that we have is somebody that interviewed early on and he said something that really stuck with me and I've repeated into numerous people and really tried to practice what he preached. He said he never wanted to be one of those people that somebody contacted and paraphrasing here but he essentially blows off because he just doesn't have time or doesn't think they're important enough and I think that's really whoever's in the movement field we are teachers. Were fortunate enough to be back with Rick Howard and his partner in Crime Tony Marino. Who are very involved in something called long-term athletic development or L. Tad. And when? I was thinking about who I wanted to interview for. Podcasts around the Christmas break is I was thinking for twenty twenty. I realized that there's a lot of lip service to L. T. A. D. There's a lot of websites blog posts but if somebody says what is L. Tad. It's really really difficult to grind down. It's this is what it is and this is what we're trying to go. I think a lot of professional say. Oh Yeah I want my athletes to play multiple sports or I want kids to be active but they don't under- really understand the background of long-term Athletic Development. So Rick Tony I wanNA thank you for taking time to join moving to live and hopefully explains in a lot of detail about al. Tad Thank you. Ben Ben thanks for having it. What are the things I always liked to do on moving to live is? I always liked each of my guests since I mentioned before we started recording. This is the first time I've had two guests. I think it will work smoothly or at least my fingers across. I like to know how people describe themselves if they meet somebody in an elevator at a conference and they had a turnover. Your name tag or somebody sees you in a starbucks line. We'll start with you telling me somebody says hey you know. What do you do or what your background? What's your kind of thirty second Elevator Spiel or coffee shop? Talk kind of like to think of myself and I just realized this he had a pseudo musicians. I try to think myself is like a punk rocker of movement science. You know trying to think outside the box to initiate change and embrace evolution offer the positive of course so that's kind of how I kind of look at myself as trying to be an engineer or a provocateur if you will Thought that will unique the thought outside the box kind of be progressive and. I know I've got the advantage of being able to look at people's BIOS. They fill out brief bio sheets and from looking at your bio. It's pretty diverse in what you've done career wise and just looking at it. I would think if things worked out differently. You could've ended up as a ski bum. Somewhere in the mountains out west Teaching skiing and working in a fitness facility. Am I wrong there? He's got that dream job to be honest with you that that was my. That was my career path in my early twenties. That's why I wanted to be and rick. You and I have known each other for a few years. I think as far as people who are active in move probably about as far apart as you can get you like to do strongmen thing. I like to go out and do things aerobically but I think we're both doglovers if I know one of my favorite memories of all my podcast is the fact that even the podcast. I did with you. We have your dogs barking in the background. Which is a positive thing to me. Parking again soon. So you see people and they say what do you do? What's Your Elevator? Spiel or or your starbucks line answer. That's a great question. And the more I've been thinking about how to properly crazed this colleague of mine once told me that I was going to be known as the great collaborator. I don't really want credit for things but I want everybody working together to make things happen and I've had a really fascinating. Background taught physical education. I've coached I run a fitness center. I've been a personal trainer for number of years been a college professor ideal at writing so I think I come from all of the different backgrounds that are necessary to really make this happen and now that I'm starting to see a lot of groups who are thinking the same thing and everybody's been that mood of collaboration this here so who's excited. You're having a science. We could share that experience. I think it's very interesting. And is worth of commenting on your common collaborator. There's a gentleman who's not involved the movement field here in Pittsburgh Larry. Joya who calls himself a connector and he believes in the theory. Abcd always be connecting the dots. It's not who you know but who you know who knows somebody so maybe you can help them or maybe you can direct them to the right person and I think to the things that Larry is said to me. In the thing you said when I interviewed the first time as I always wanted to be able to be known as the person who replied to the email replied to the phone call and possibly wasn't able to help them but was able to direct them in the right direction to continue them on their path podcast to do the podcast partially because of that and partially. Because when else do I get to geek out and talk to various people for thirty forty five in our rather than just seeing them talk with their can talk at a conference? So the next thing we want to kind of cover before we get more detail. I you see it all over the web in his. Actually I forget which. Nsca facebook group. It was but over the weekend. Somebody's made a post. What do you look for in a sport or a performance coach for your child and immediately? I thought I wonder what long-term Athletic Development says about this so long term athletic development. Rick what exactly is it. Where did it come from? What's a great question who knows where it really came from just like everything else one of those indirect constructs that we talk about this word? That's out there to phrase it out that's out there but it has so many different meanings to so many different people and that's why I really enjoy working with Tony and our other colleague Joe is could not join us today with its here in spirit though. I think we've done a really nice job of taking some of the definitions in the formats. That are out there for long. Term Athletic Development tried to create something that's meaningful. The people lot of these terms really. Don't connect with people where they are. So that's kind of an obscure term. You know if we went out and said launch method development. Everybody let's do it. Nobody would know ogre talking about so. We break down the long term. How long is long term? Long term really cradle-to-grave while the models and programs that are out there focus more specifically on youth us. Tony Joe and I met actually doing the work for the sea which created the long-term Athletic Development Special Interest Group Athletic is another key element of that. You know in the United States especially we have this notion that an athlete equals elite athletes. But if you're not an elite athlete you really not an athlete. So that's where our problem comes in is we'd like the definition. Dan Bauer from Nike used. Years ago if a lot of other people. Tom Ferry from the acids to project. Everybody's an athlete. So we'll have some endeavour with trying to work on so so far we know that everybody's n- athlete in the last cradle-to-grave so to figure out what the development hardest and that's kind of like we were talking about before everybody who's in its movement field reader trying to get you to move or move better. I really liked that. Because that's exactly what I think we're trying to do here. A trying to bring it back to. The terms of people can understand if we tell people to go move. It doesn't mean anything and so many people in our feel get so upset. That people are actually moving. There's such a small percentage of the population that actively moves so Ltd. I think is a framework to get people to move to what they need to do to meet them at their level to do so. I think one of the things that I really enjoyed hearing you say there is really defining cradle to grave the fact that it's not just kids but it's everybody and unthought of physical therapists. I interviewed for this podcast. Any plus. Who's involved with the program called Move Nat? Which is just something. She mentioned that her eighty seven year. Old Mother do it. They'd mother does it. They do essentially organized play where they run. They jump they. They do balance beam stuff really a lot of fun stuff but things that probably most of us as adults don't do and definitely a lot of children are kids who are playing specific youth. Or they don't do it because and I'm saying this somewhat tongue in cheek it's not specific good thing with move nat to is that they actually have movements that they make it fun different animal movements that we've long forgotten. Evan done in year so they bring that back because Tony will often talk about talk about athleticism. Most of the kids now. Don't have those basic skills that we all had grown up. They can't give that can't even run correctly your job or anything. That's out there that helps to promote movement in a fun in aging way Antonia Tony I was actually thinking about this when I was out running with my dogs earlier today. The idea that there's so many really good athletes out there. You see somebody you know. We just had the super bowl yesterday or a couple of weeks ago. We had the The National Title Football Game Division One football. There's so many athletes out there that you watch the move but Kinda talk a little bit about how the fact that somebody who is phenomenal or really skilled in a sport may not be meeting that long-term Athletic Development just for a lifetime of movement. Well I think a lot of it as a rick alluded to you know starts. As Youth Youth is just so critical movement experience as the environments that were exposed to at youth to what we do a later on in adulthood and as we become older It's this concepts right. You know what I experienced I acquire do makes the LTD framework So great is that there are two pathways. You know yes. There's going to be that phase in your life if you're an elite or professional athlete that you are going to perform at a high level but then what about. What are you going to do after your trip in? What are you GONNA do in years beyond that? What other movement experiences do you have? That will enable you to move in other activities beyond your athletic experience. But then there's the vast majority of us are going to follow the framework as participation pathway. So when you see these when I'm watching these super bowl athletes players and things of that nature Yes their careers will end eventually because of injury or age whatever it might be Hopefully many of them would have been exposed to experience that will enable them to continue to move in service role models and the -tunities whether it be as coaches administrators as it relates to their sports again. The framework was fantastic about the framework is that it creates a pathway or a road or network if you will to kind of perpetuate movement throughout a lifespan. It's interesting the Wall Street Journal. Every Tuesday has something about somebody who does a unusual moved in her fitness activity. And today's article was on a former college football player who his sport is cornhole. And somebody from the Mid West and I'm kind of in the mid west near Pittsburgh Kinda go well. I don't really see that as a athletic endeavor that something you play at a tailgate or maybe at a backyard barbecue but he talks about the code. There's actually two hundred and fifty thousand dollars of prize money and he talks about the tournaments that last all day. And it's really an interesting concept of how somebody transitioned from college football to another. Maybe it's not my cup of tea or something that I want to do. Another movement activity. That really is something that I would imagine. He can do literally up until the day..
"rick tony" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"The owner of the Detroit expressing the brought the World Cup here many years ago he's a reason for powerful man in soccer would you trade ever get a franchise again look like they were not does look like they are but Roger forever come in and talk about as well his wife rose Trish welcomed the tennis great and then I understand the mayor and I did talk with this JP McCarthy started either merry maybe I should say that's right here anyway let's go to current version maker hello rent well first let me say that him ram's horn in Frasier's my favorite because it's only have half a mile down the he's part owner there I understand okay and as far as JJ's concern I want to thank him for the nice comments he made about me a couple weeks ago as very nice of him and because of that and the route for you university of Michigan this year because I know he is the number one true blue easily J. J. hassle but still a bit too much to drink that could be why we don't see you did you my cat eyes on the radio you know and you know what then like me up you know I have a good face for radio so that's good now as far as debating the greatest of all time it's impossible to do in any sport because of this the rules change so much in the the times change so much take baseball for instance the first fifty years they didn't play with any black players at all so you can't say Babe Ruth is better than Josh Gibson maybe but you know job just gives it well I'm not gonna argue just give to was a star in the new growing well he was a star but he didn't play the we're talking we're talking major league players I know but set satchel Paige might have been as good as Carl Hubble in the thirties so you know it's the debate could go on forever you and you know what their steroids well who's the greatest player who's the greatest you know you can't really it's it's it's it's Todd debatable in my mind because we all we go over this you talk about this years and years ago never gonna settle this dispute but it it's fun to talk about he doesn't have to be the greatest player that ever lived Ty Cobb that's what they say right but you know he didn't have to play against black players in today's players are slow I mean it's different era everything is different so once you're forgetting something else he played in the dead ball area and he led the league in home runs with nine you could hit the ball I mean these guys are they playing this fall they they would hit a dyno runs as the room no no they would play we really don't know how they play with today's a ball and bat infielders we don't know how they would play it's it's silly to even talk about that so I'm still young give a discussion now right we can talk about who's the greatest player in each era I don't have a problem with that but it's hard to go from one year to the other end compare that the greatest basketball greatest hitters that ever lived as far as soon as singles doubles and runs when you get to the double it led to a stolen base leader of all time lifetime batting average of three sixty one boil boil bore that said son you can't just say all the blacks are out of it because they didn't get a chance to play that's what I'm saying ladies and have a three draw a lot of it can be drugs under green with you in some ways I think some of those guys would have been super stars playing in this way but they didn't so I can't put them in the conversation right right definitely okay and then in a basketball for instance there's a three point shot there wasn't a three point shot when wilt chamberlain and bill Russell more plain two no it's not now they want to go to a four point no no no no for no I think should be okay we'll table I don't care three two one whatever will chambers grins player this legs ever seen by far my next topic this is Matthew Boyd okay I looked him up halfway through the season Matthew boys at three point three seven year a you was in the top ten pitchers in the league and now he's not even in the top twenty is there a sense that is up to four point four seven so are the Saudi heat in other words since then is the area's been in the five your bad game but other ventures it is a getting tired of the just not as good as we thought I don't know some of the other pictures of stayed at the top all year you want to you look at is a strike outs and he still wanna probably the best and strike out what percentage going walked four guys he was terrible today yeah but let's say the home runs look great let's look at the home runs he's given up like thirty some home runs famous Berliner but Berliners the area's two point eight something that boy is four point four I mean there's no comparison but when you look at the war I don't understand how they do this more he's near the top he is not a top pitchers six and ten record with the for something near a morning half that's not a top ten I think he's one of the top pitchers going I know not necessarily lays what I think is a solid number for you do you have any outings like today I think it gets tired out he's not he's not a veteran pitcher yet that nos ani doctors all year because it gets hot in August in the home run ball starts flying out I definitely the weather's warm now run the ball the point of the park I know you told me when the weather warms up Burnaby is old so well now that I look at it and I think that you know since these are shot he has the goal look at Albert Pujols and in LA now Albert tools for last three years or so his shot but he's he's able to put up power number tiki gets almost a hundred RBIs any hits twenty to twenty five old runs every year so he needs to talk to Albert Pujols and figure out a swing the without helper playing host works is craft Cabrera doesn't want to work they want to burn the the put in the same type of work is political polls is able to do with no like power yes yes but basically what covers safety now in this for the next four years but he does not want all he does not want to play here like a prison sentence the way you say it right almost except for the money some of the money well let me tell you this lander the bird we haven't talked about that Berliner situation with the with Anthony fighting I Anthony I know Anthony still three times on the show but I'll tell you something he's a good man he's a great writer and come by and and just in Berlin is a great pitcher but just in Berlin bird letter is a baby he's a baby well you know I I asked you yesterday if you knew what it was about I read today in the paper about what I think it might be about because you're fine you're fine you can put that in no problem that has to begin let me come back and talk to you later and see if you have any problem okay I appreciate that and anyone talk to all he doesn't know what yeah here's what you're not including in this one here's what you're not including what I read he tried to say can I get back to you about this story I have it on tape and you can tell me whether I can print it well he said Berliner thinks he was just trying to get a cell phone number off of them so he could have a cell phone number that's why Berlin was mad about that yeah come on back that's what he said then he came back and said he was trying to speak is my telephone number up me I guess that's that's one of the debates and then the other debate is about he was having a private conversation in the clubhouse with a okay line it then it should just finished interviewing lander and he was listening in any put some things in about astrology him watching the he has to play he said it was okay because he changed his mind Houston is wrong they should be given a big bite by Major League Baseball and I see what you're saying he sounds like he's being the baby but I'm just trying to understand what it's all about in maybe is being a baby about it but that's the same solar eclipse I think that the president was looking at what no glasses news great at it anybody know things are five years old you don't look at the sun during a clip listen listen listen he said I'm the chosen one yeah you're the chosen one all right it's gonna buy Greenland and when put a Major League Baseball he would know baseball but in the end course you've got much hit that had he won't he won't come out to the ballpark control to pitch out will no no no you scared to death to run a run off no no no they will run after thee should thank you ma'am take care welcome by all right let's go to John in the truck boy Roger you want to be asked that you that you that you just said about president Donald J. trump would you wrap around back desktop tater raced trader in chief Barack Hussein Obama or one who respects launch yes I will yes I want to report so I really don't yeah I was with you but let me tell you something I don't trust crop I think is a liar I think he's a racist he's a womanizer he sighed twelve thousand times you're saying now I don't trust him what I wanted I would never want to meet him or have anything to do with it but again you hope he does well but I don't think you well we're just trying to think of ball upright is face and whatever reelection he will get reelected while I'm talking about the about about the gutless Chris Matt Kerr see in a minute but I'm not gonna let you finish on this on this truck thing Ronnie Bob block serial bomber was the worst thing for want stores but in history of this country here Hobbes deal P. B. four they even had their day in court I'm looking for his in Missouri looking Baltimore and look in Baltimore Maryland you can't he you tell me your are present now who's for law enforcement and for and and you got it and ask for you got it you also you you don't know I don't are you going to remain at Monaco so you so you so you think Obama what's why sprawl wise watch call on you can tell you is everybody to trump buyers either quits or gets fired and not not nobody wants to work for I'm not you make some good points what you just said but I was talking about that particular issue on the on the China's Tang I agree with you that those terrorists are insane Ronnie and and who hired Scaramucci who are your J. 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"rick tony" Discussed on Fast Talk
"Back with more pass live from the speedway club ears Doug rights. I'm joined by Caitlyn Vinci, Ricky craven Natalie, decker as we put the button on our special edition, the fast talker in the speedway club, appreciate George and his fine staff for hosting I left out. Barry Roach from my team a moment ago saw berries slide in here so supported by group effort. We appreciate everybody coming out here, next Wednesday less than a week away. We will vote again on a NASCAR hall of fame class. It's the coolest thing I get to do is vote on the hall of fame. But I'm curious is there anybody that has to make the list? Do you guys have five that you'd like to get in? I bet are five or similar because I was peaky ears, but I chose Bobby Labonte Ricky Rudd, Tony Stewart, buddy Baker, and Joe Gibbs, and I felt about that five. We're very close. I think I got six. Can't go six craven data hit your head a lot. But I could make an argument for all of them. Right. Right. And I love your class, by the way, that's awesome. Maybe how go I would add to that Harry, Gant, and the reason is because Harry's career is an obvious you know, he he came into the highest level of auto racing at a very late age late thirties. And he really put up some great numbers at a point and his life. When most people would have called it a career. Now, if you if you reflect on what he did before that. It was remarkable. He was winning races everywhere. And with Jack Ingram being in the hall, and I compare Jack to Harry, there's no reason that here. Again, doesn't get into the hall of fame now. Now, you're making me rethink this. But that made you got to throw a name out. That's the difficulty get rid of rod, like, Rick. Tony Stewart, Tony Stewart's Laham I really should've just ask you give me four because a three time I, but he won't be. And this is just wrong is last year. We voted in Jeff Gordon. Two people in that room of sixty three people that didn't think Jeff, Gordon should be in the hall of Jeff never forgive you for them. I actually saw him the next day and I made a point to go over said, no. There were two wine, Kurds that didn't vote for your wanker one off. Yeah. I don't know if anyone would want to claim that. Be that guy. Can you think of a reason why you wouldn't vote for Jeff Gordon? No, I can't think of reason. Everything in this, but there will be people Wednesday that will not vote for Tony Stewart. So how does it work because obviously, I'm not a part of this esteemed group. So you guys just all in a room together, big room. Everybody's in there they go. They were view all of the candidates. All twenty people on this list, those little slide show with some rudimentary information..
"rick tony" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics
"I don't know that I can necessarily blame that on the media so much as some self inflicted wounds. Some why would general American atmosphere conditions of blame it on voters and the media and Warren, but we're specifically would you blame the media? I guess in that maelstrom the media's playing up playing up the native American. Yeah. Just the media's preference for sort of theatre criticism coverage. But look like Nate right that the media often gets the kind of voters wrong and is out of touch with what what voters really think in won't and are doing, but they still. Media still does have the power of like who it let's on the stage. So this date is preliminary. But we're going to write about it'll be up this week. So for example, Jila Brian has gone almost no media coverage like she's just like not present in people's lives. I don't think it's so early right Beto against preliminary numbers. But he's gotten as much media coverage for his announcement as almost Sanders more than Warren more than Booker more than Clovis more than Harris far more than Howard. So the Harris got some coverage sort of a few days afterwards. So like, I'm just trying to say it's not like everybody is sort of gets the same treatment everywhere. Right. It's like, you know, well, maybe the best launch. There are people who have unexpectedly broken into the top tier, which is nobody. But unexpected record of the second tier which is like, which I guess, and maybe there's going to be a Yang moment. I think it's like we're kinda have curling a little bit. Had like an interesting as like week. I would say where you know, there was this viral tweet about like Pete Buddha. Judge learned how to speak. Norwegian a read a book. He's, you know, you're very smart, man. He's a little bit of problem for Beto, by the way, I think they kind of have pretty overlapping message, but put a touch seems a little bit more considered about some stuff. I mean, by the way, I think a lot of Elizabeth Warren problem is that the Bernie Sanders brand remains very big and people are very loyal to him. You know, I don't think it's a cult of a canny more than any other candidate. But they are very loyal to Bernie. And like there was a time. When like Sanders is polling it like fifteen or sixteen percent to couple of months ago. And it seemed like maybe people were just ready to like totally turn the page. And then he launches and gets up to the mid twenties in the polls raises a lot of money, you know, develops a big press following. And so so Bernie is you know, I know it's like we're post lanes now. Link ever. Post post lanes. I'm post post lanes. You know, I think Bernie is in proto Wayne's. Okay. I think Bernie is in Elizabeth lane. Let's go bowling. We're going do you karaoke tomorrow? Yard tomorrow, which is all going to be choice for the live show. But anyway, I think going back to the original question here. I think of if you if you wish me to pick one person who has had the best sort of like stage one of this ten stage campaign. I think the enters house that sounds right or Andrea. I guess part of what you're considering that in that. Right. Is that that oh and Bernie were already celebrities before they ever announced an lot of people probably didn't know who Harris. That's exactly Bernie and Beddoe and Biden if and when he announces they're going to get a huge rush of coverage when Howard didn't actually and then sort of quote earned earned the coverage days in any case. I think it's fair to say that this is early days in any of the indicators that vote talking about will evolve, and nobody should be putting too much doc in anything at the moment. So thank you for you for indulging all of this still come to life showed. And here's put stock in it. Are we doing draft? I think we are doing a draft. Okay. Hey, doing a draft. All right. I think we're going to leave it there. Thank you eight. They could Gaylon. Thank you. Claire what a home Dinger and thank you, Mike. Thank you. Thanks for having me. It's good to be back. Claire you weren't at all contentious. That's just not who Mike it can mimic reward agreeable person. My name is Gail and Rick Tony showers
"rick tony" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"Mental spaghetti yes he's got mental spaghetti eating going he's not a nice way thomas because there's not ever not everyone needs to be the same way he's eating at the way i eat it which is like goes in your mouth but then there's parts that trickle down on your life slips and slides and then it's like a mess like a toddler yeah he actually does eat some pasta later in this episode and it's disturbing i think that's where it got in my brain and i was like oh my god that's what he's doing he's trying to get the pasta in his mouth mentally yeah he's practicing with real pasta but then when he doesn't have real positive practice with getting getting his like his pelican lip lake to catch the whole to catch those aaron strands of spaghetti and i get it because i'm like a very bad pasta eater you know some people they put their fork in the spaghetti or the fettuccini or whatever and their and they come up with this fork does perfect it looks almost like a beehive of spaghetti perfectly coiled around the pop it in their mouth me and my and it's like the thing i bring it up to my mouth and that's beget he is still like circling around that always like whips around get spaghetti sauce on my face or my shirt i feel awesome span i'm like duct trying to catch a fish with spaghetti it looks discussing it's flat slopping everywhere and look i'm rick tony person okay i'm an yet or catty is my favorite reggae tony for the win large tubes oh yeah large ships i i enjoy a short pasta are we thought i enjoyed penny but then i was like your teeth thick i really enjoy the bigger pasta rigatoni which is actually thinner even those bigger there you go guys.
"rick tony" Discussed on Fame is a Bitch
"Damon is purchased a property in Byron bay New South Wales. I think that's where heath ledger wanted to move back to amount mistaken. But Dame's next door neighbor will be Chris Hemsworth his co star in the movie that nobody knew how to pronounce and then went on to become a bomb. Whatever the title was thought, Rangan, soul, Rick, Tony, thaw fucking Reiner doesn't. The title was awful. So no one knew what the fuck the call. Anyhow, page six reported that Matt is telling friends and colleagues Hollywood that he's moving. The family toss jelly because he disagreed with Trump's policies. Now Dame his saying, the move will not impact his work and he'll travel to or his projects or shooting. He's also telling friends he wants to have. His safe place to raise his kids because you know crime in the Pacific Palisades is fucking everywhere. It's worse than Chicago. The notion that Trump has made America unsafe for Matt, Damon, and his wife and four kids. The funniest fucking thing. I've heard he could move to any coastal city in America and be surrounded by trumpeters. Has he tried Portland or anywhere Oregon, Seattle Pacific. Oh, here he lives there. I'd say Brooklyn, but he already owns the most expensive piece of real estate ever sold in Brooklyn, a sixteen million dollar penthouse. They're applying at Trump haters in Brooklyn borough. He could block party every week in found people just like him. It ain't Trump okay. Yeah, fine. Okay. He hates the president. I get it, but anyway, Dame and his getting out, you think he needs some of the controversial die down after he had to publicly apologize for insensitive comments concerning Harvey Weinstein, and Hollywood, and metoo and time's up. Okay, you think so? He made about three. Statements then had to make adjustments to those statements and then apologies to the adjustment to the fucking stir it got so embarrassing in bed. Now, I know Jimmy Kimmel tried to make America laugh again at the end of the Oscars. By doing the usual bit about bumping Damon from the show. He ended the Oscars with Simon Dame Radha time. Truth here is Damon really is kinda run out of time. I'm not saying it's fair and what should he got dragged through. But it's true nonetheless, a lot of actresses and females in Hollywood believes some guys, especially Matt and Ben Affleck new, a ton of shit. Harvey was up to and did little to stop it which lends credence to what Harvey told me many weeks ago after all the shit went down. He said to me, you see guys like bat, Ben and George said about me. Let me tell you something. If I ever said what I know about those guys, this whole. Whole town would fall to it's fucking knees. Nine ever actually put a name on that comment back when I said it, but I'm a few chess moves ahead of some of these slick motherfuckers and I know what Matt Damon moving to Austrailia really means. It's easy. He blamed on Trump and all that bullshit. Okay. Damon is fairly certain that more things are going to become public little pieces of the puzzle here and there and his life in LA. We'll had become a shit mess. I'm talking about relentless press 'paparazzi TMZ. It is door and no doubt before long. His kids are going to hear about it in school and that's hell. Okay. And I'll say this right now. I don't think any. That's fair. Damon, didn't do any of the alleged. Raping Dame is not the accused, but when his former girlfriend and co star in goodwill hunting, many driver recently spoke up. She was not that kind. And remember, all Damon said was there was a difference between patting some on the butt and rape or child molestation. He said, both those behaviors need to be confronted any Radic aided without question, but they shouldn't be treated as equal. I think that's a fair statement. He also said society was in a watershed moment, and he said it was a wonderful. Thing that women are feeling empowered to tell their stories, and it's totally necessary. But