17 Burst results for "Ricky Taylor"
"ricky taylor" Discussed on WGN Radio
"My girl WGN right here I'm Riley James that's first time to Manhattan's charted in 1965 on carnival It forms in 62 in New Jersey City but didn't get a record deal for a little while and that was sunny bivens and who else was in that group Of course blue love it And Wally Kelly and there's more Oh Ricky Taylor of course And sadly 1970 the lead singer who was George mitty Smith yeah did lead all the way through 70 it got a brain tumor died by the end of 1970 31 years old That's when Gerald alston came in to replace him and as fate would have it Gerald Olson who was a replacement in 1970 is the only surviving member of all the original manhattans are gone But yeah that was the first time they charted an after carnival rereleased which we played earlier searching for a baby and I'm the one love forgot and didn't play that I should have But so many good ones trying to get to many of them before the night is everything I'll do I call it love next and that was the last charter on carnival from a 1967 but Karen and Chicago said I just found out about the manhattans and of course you know she knew about the hits on Columbia I'm like no no no they used to be a great group And you know not giving the Columbia stuff short shrift just saying I don't want to hear it But the carnival stuff and the deluxe stuff yeah all day All right so Donovan says I screwed up G what else is new This is not the second my calendar was wrong It is the third the third night of Hanukkah So all right what do you know Well I normally wouldn't know this off the top of my head but just being down in Jersey last week with Jewish friends I found out that Sunday Night was the first night so I kind of thought knew we were slightly off there Yeah so much for my calendar And I guess because the holiday what starts at sundown through the next day type thing so they may think of it differently but my calendar misled me said that this was interesting This was the second night And like I said no the prayer though Here I doubt you'd ever play this but you may have come across it but Adam Sandler's Hanukkah song which is a reduced several different versions Sure because you know you can't listen to doctor demento and not have heard that stuff Of course Yeah If you would be able to play that at some point one of the versions that would be fun Oh yeah no I absolutely will before the before the holiday is over So I've got through Sunday which means I have to do it either tomorrow or Thursday to make it on one of the nights And then next year because I of course I asked my handy Alexa device and she said that Hanukkah next year will be starting on December 18th So we'll be running right through Christmas Yeah right The calendars don't coincide year to year but when they fall at the same time that's probably nice for kids Traditionally there weren't any gifts involved with the holiday from what I understand You know maybe a little guilt the chocolate coins they would give out But with such pressure holiday time now kids get gifts Well they kind of fill either their gratification I guess as opposed to opening them all on one morning or Christmas Eve It's spread out so Yeah And they're not supposed to be that major though You know they're supposed to be minor things Yeah right exactly Like I say originally it was those foil coins the chocolate that they would have in a gold foil Yeah And that was about it but now it's developed into an iPod or something Of course Speaking of iPod music and I'm not sure because I didn't get a chance to listen last night of the night before but you know that rosalie trembling the famous music director from CK LW passed away last year Oh yes I do And it's a blessing to her in a loss for the rest of us She'd been suffering from Alzheimer's for several years in fact in 2006 she got a big award She wasn't there for it but her son picked it up and they asked her you know is your mom aware of the subordinate he said oh yes she absolutely is So she at that point knew that she got the recognition She was utterly amazing And everybody remembers her music ability and for people who didn't know about rosalie rosalie was a housewife in Windsor who became a switchboard operator at sea KL W and 63 and she was appointed a music director by the end of 67 because they discovered that she could pick hits and she could pick hits like nobody else You know the joke with me was always they'd ask me if I liked it and if I did they knew not to play it Well she was just the opposite She could send them and just knew them But while everybody waxed a sentimental about that I think they missed the real story of rosalie and that's when cannon came in this woman was strapped with those regulations and she still made CK W that number one top 40 station in Detroit and Windsor and of course the Detroit station didn't have the cannon problems so even with that she was able to triumph and good for her No kidding And I think Bob Seger even wrote a song She didn't she didn't like that She did not play rosalie She was not one who liked to be pandered to ever And that was you know so she never did play it but yeah he did And a lot of people gave her a lot of credit but I think that most of them stateside didn't understand what that woman had to go through as time went on you know it was easier in 68 than a waden 71 That's for darn sure And then she went to work for Barney ailes for a while who had been a promotion guy at Motown and was independent she did that for a while I think her last job was working at a casino Yeah but she had been I thought she had stayed right to the end of kind of the a.m. incarnation of because I remember there was a documentary that came out maybe just in Canada in 2000 and four the rise and fall of the big 8 Yes And there was talk and she was being interviewed and it sounds like she was kind of in part of the negotiations in the early to mid 80s when they were trying to move it to FM and of course the CRTC with their archaic regulations wouldn't allow hits to be played on FM Right The person who changed that was George Johns and that was an interesting story He was he went from a Winnipeg to Toronto and the same thing was they wouldn't let you play hits on a famine so he actually went to the CRTC did not tell his ownership or management that he was doing it And he said I need to explain to you why these records that I want to play are popular with adults and they bought it So.
Jones Drives in Career-Best 4 RBIs, Astros Rout M's 15-1
"Ricky Taylor Jones had a career high four RBIs and finished a single shy of the cycle as the Astros hammered the mariners for the second straight day fifteen to one your don Alvarez slammed a three run Homer that gave Houston a five nothing lead by the third inning Jose out to they added a season high four hits to help the Astros to their third straight win since a four game losing streak winning pitcher Jake Odorizzi yielded four hits and one run with eight strikeouts over five and two thirds innings Logan Gilbert surrendered eight hits in a career high nine runs over four two thirds for his third consecutive loss I'm Dave Ferrie
"ricky taylor" Discussed on Eclosion
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"ricky taylor" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"And the announcer said. We're gonna try to find out what happened to Kobayashi Rodeo back that there's something in the car. I mean, if you had a 20 for our race, and you blow on engine or kind of tire or something that's devastating. How do you ever make up that time? And it turned out that Johnson was simply shaking his head. In awe of the lead the Kobayashi built during his lead, Kobayashi got into the car and they weren't leading any eventually got it up to a 13 2nd lead anyway. The end of the race, the driver of the car that won the driver who was in the car team that one was Philippe Eog occur. Albuquerque, The on Suns owner, Ricky Taylor was another driver. Listen to her. The number three and number four drivers were Helio Castro Davison Alexander Rossi, both of whom have one Indianapolis 500, so kind of exciting stuff, And in that race, remember, it's a 20 for our race, and they simply run 24 hours and whoever is ahead of whatever 24 hours come, That's the last lap and they finish and you slop off drivers and so on. But you use the same car the whole way through. So it's really an endurance thing. And It's kind of like the old cannonball run sort of things. We have stop off drivers, and you've got to keep moving, and the teams that went into the ones that get the best superstar drivers that are out there. 24 hours with seven minutes left. There's one second Less than a second between the leader. And the second place driver, the driver. The second place car is a guy named regular band is Annie. What do you think happens to him? You believe he gets a flat tire? Seven minutes in the finish of a 20 for our races, tire goes down and they have to go into the pits and change the tire in the other team went and won the race. I'm guessing the only two people in southeastern Wisconsin who are watching the 24 hours of Daytona over me and John Wyatt, which might tell you Could have devolved into that. But It was kind of cool watching it in the presentation, and NBC sports was pretty.
"ricky taylor" Discussed on The Face Radio
"It. What happened to ricky taylor. Well you know. Richie was very very smart very intelligent man and i'm gonna tell you this story. I remember when i got into group. We did a lot of promotional tour because he didn't have a wreck. And i remember richie coming to me one day when somewhere. We was down south like new orleans or somewhere in the south mississippi. These are the words he said. I will always remember. He came to mason gerald. He said i'm going to have to leave the group when we get a hit record and you know he he said i was blessed by god to be here to help this group become a success and wanted made his first hit record in. I step off by other plans in my life. That god has that will be this and this is the lab and we had kissing say goodbye chain. Trust one day and he said The begin to take all he sent fellow. I'm gonna have to leave group completed my mission here my job with the manhattan and now i go on to the next step. And that's when richie left the group and became a muslim and he told me that years before you know that he would have to do. This is so amazing to me. And he never ever looked back shortly after you saw the to pursue a solo career. Was it difficult to leave through. It would be a big focus on the road. You don't know which way to join. Dd you just don't know which path to take us gonna fully haunt us by walk. And that's what. I did Patty at this point in my career. When i left the group i didn't have to deal with anybody and i remember. It was a point in my life. Because we've been working together. We were working so much until we didn't get a chance to rehearse like we want to and continue like we wanted to do and just how much work we work in six days a week. Travel sometimes travel on sunday. We leave home going out on the road for a week and ended up staying out there two weeks so i got so point. Wesson uses become a job. And i wanted to do it on. Turns and i came into office one day at a meeting until the guys look. I just had throat surgery on top of that. And that's all the guys i said i'd like to i think i'm going to pursue a so local media i just want to try and massive but i'll stay with you until you get somebody to take my place and that's when we we did. I left the group. Love eighty seven eighty seven And went out to california and can record my first solo album and the first single from that was Take me where you want. And it was a wonderful wonderful career and gratifying to me. It was How you choose those. I was on the motown label. Wasn't it and so you had a motel five albums and ten solo singles Up to nineteen ninety-five Most successful was open. Invitation not reasonable fourteen. A cooler was the great single slow motion. Oh my god slow motion. Take me where you want to getting back into the. Oh my god. Stay a little while Also did a cover of the eagles. I can't tell you why. Oh wow you still Business courses gerald alston and the manhattan's I would say you go plans to go into the uk but obviously not at the moment not at not at the moment but we're working on fontana are working hopefully by noon next day. Lovely said the next question is is only new material on the codes. Yes we are in the process of finishing up our new cd and the title of its manhattan featuring jerrell allston the legacy continues and we have like four or five new songs and then we have covered songs that we've already yeah And also i did. A solo project with george duke. Stanley caught back in the ninety. And i added that on news. A phone call Right by my side and this is like a solo thing but and we got a new song we had who releases the first singles. Call get it ready and today. We have a new release. that's called. She's coming home and look. That's the latest single from the forthcoming album and We're looking forward to it. You know To to continue to bring we will continue to bring music to fans all around the world and our website. That's just kiss and say goodbye dot com or facebook manhattan featuring gerald austin and on instagram the manhattan featuring gerald lawson lieutenant that and We just gonna continue singing. Good glad to hear it gerald. Thanks so much for your time of really enjoyed talking to you. And i wish you every success for the future you and also i just i just want to know that David tyson and choi may came in twenty seven ago and they fit right in. So we'll still carrying the torch and we will always always a trip to those five gentlemen. Glue loved kennett. Kelly stunning gibbons richard taylor and kenneth kelly. These guys laid the groundwork us be here today. And troy myself and they will keep it coming. We will keep the legacy alive exit right. Thank you again to yeah. Just keep doing what you're doing in the thank you absolutely pleasure chatting to you. Enjoy the rest of your day job. Thank you again you too. Thank you saw. What a great guy. I'm gonna play out now with a second of two tracks Seem release off the new. Lp is called getting ready and it's available for download now on all streaming sites stream today told the fellas gold do so candles and you hurry to get old. It's been quite a while since we've had so many other things were the kids found with just you. And we don't have the we can take as we have been and is nothing else could hear it in.
"ricky taylor" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The perimeter, and you gotta start with those two wide receivers. Both have averaging 21 yards of catch. That's Ricky Taylor. I'm sorry. Jalen Taylor. Ricky White. You gotta watch out for those two. All right. First down from the 21 Hayward gets the start up. Throw to the nearest side, well off the Mark Lombardi fired. It will behind Jaden Green, and it was tipped up front by artist Brown, the fourth And how many times that's four pass breakups now for E. B four, second down and 10, Michigan State from their own 21 yard line, two receivers out to the right side. Single receiver left pistol formation here. With a quarterback Lombardi, however, bring a man in motion towards the formation will hand it off. Hey, we're trying to cut back left. No where to go hit initially by Jr Pace and then help arrived after again are about a yard. It's third down Spartans opening moments of the game. Third down and nine Michigan State 35% on the year on third down 99 national third nine here from their own 22 yard line, shotgun formation, Lombardi, the play fake throwing left, and he hit his receiver in the back. It was intended over there for Naylor and knew somehow the coverage might have broken it up. Greg Newsome coming in with seven pass breakup on the year and Spartans, go three and out. You know, this is one of the things coach Fitz talked about this week is coming out with your hair on fire early in the game and to push him three and out. And get a pretty good opportunity on a short field with return man on the 40 yard line. Rice Barrenger is the punter for Michigan State. Riley leaves standing the Northwestern 40 years. The snap and the punt low line drives gonna hit shy of midfield rolls inside, the 45 will be down by Michigan State. At the northwestern 40 Yard line, Great field position for the Wildcats for their first offensive Syriza of the game. Time for our Athletico physical therapy Injury. Updates in pain. Start with Atletico visit athletico dot com to request your in clinic or virtual free assessment. And again, Malik Washington out of this game, lower body were told the Wildcat wide receiver has come out with trips to the left paint. Ramsey, the quarterback, and Drake Anderson Is the running back 1st and 10 at the northwestern 40 Wildcats with the first nap of the game. Here's the snap to Peyton Ramsay gives it off. Anderson breaks a tackle at the 43 fights forward across the 45 picks up a good eight yards before he's run down by Antoine Simmons, the leading tackler. Or Michigan State, a gain of eight second down and two for the Wildcats. Just shy of midfield. Well, that's the way you draw it up during the week, Go three and out short field and in the first runs eight yards Castle Empty. The backfield is Anderson motions left? Snap to Peyton Ramsey Ramsey, looking right now looks the middle scrambles left, takes off runs gets a block from Anderson gets to the sidelines and tiptoes out of bounds in Michigan State territory..
"ricky taylor" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music
"Giving you. Some classic soul from the Manhattan's on the Carnival Records label from nine, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, nine off of their album doing their best things and you know the Manhattan says a serious. History you know. They go so far back you know as an arm be group you know but they they are and I don't know if they're still active but. Dake, got more popular later on when their lead singer was Jerrell Allston. Okay. And you know a lot of people remember the Manhattan's for their million selling songs like kissing say. From Nineteen, seventy, six and nineteen, eighty s a shining star. But you know the Manhattan stay go way back they started charting. As early as one thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, five, including They've charted on the billboard for the first time in nineteen, sixty five and you know their early history you know they originally came from Jersey City and they were formed in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, two with members George Smitty Smith. Who was born in Nineteen thirty nine in December but he died in one, thousand, nine, hundred seventy at the age of thirty. One Edward Sunny givens who was born January fifteenth nineteen thirty six but he passed away in two thousand fourteen December Winfred Blue Lovett. Born in one, thousand, nine, hundred, thirty, six, in Jersey City, he passed away in December two thousand fourteen Arizona, yet, Kenny Wally. Kelly. Wally Kelly born Kenneth. Bernard Kelly born January ninth thank him forty one and he died in February two, thousand fifteen and Richard. Ricky. Taylor. Born in nineteen forty and he passed away nineteen eighty seven but the early Manhattan's bins loving and Kelly graduated from Lincoln. High. School while Taylor and Smith were graduating from. Snyder. And they had their first single for the very first time released in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, four on the carnival records label, and they continue recording successfully with songs written by various members of the group they were they were songwriters and then they in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, nine, they moved to the subsidiary of king records but. The their lead singer Kane General Allston, who was the nephew of Sh- rows leaves singer Shirley Austin Reeves didn't know that. And deal lead singer in nineteen seventy George Smith fell bell ill and he passed away and George. Gerald. Austin, became the lead singer of the minute Hatton's and this is a bowl of soul a mixture of so music and I'm GonNa play you another sweet song from the legendary late great Mr Paul Williams who I felt. As part of the temptations he was one of the lease baritone leads in a group and he you know Paul Williams was a was a good singer very good singer very good. You know most of the temptations Ruffin Eddie Kendricks. Paul Williams. Dennis hours they all were good singers but especially Mr Paul Williams who was a member of the original five right here on a bowl of soul I need you more than ever from Nineteen seventy-two and this is a bowl of. So this is camber not come listen to relax on a bowl of sewn a mixed of Sony. Music. Sets. Good good song..
"ricky taylor" Discussed on WTH Podcast
"All right all right. Yeah. What I'm saying? Now in separate rallies Utah. Say That three times. Fast protests masked mandate and demand in person classes. These fucking idiots? Kareem where where all the black people? Oh It's Utah are there I'm not saying there aren't any I'm just having a hard time. There's fewer than at a trump rally, but then again. These people aren't being paid to be there. It's true in Provo is. She walked up to the podium to speak. One of the MOMS grabbed a face mask and bitter gum into. It said it's garbage. She shrugged wanting it up. It doesn't work anyway, not for me and my kids. A data spoke after her said that he to doesn't think the Massar effective, and he's pulling his kids out of school this fall if the state doesn't lift its mandate requiring all K. through twelve students where face covering another mother carried her four year. Year old son in her arms, noting there's no way he would keep one in his kindergarten class, but she thinks they're stupid anyway. Regardless of age parent after pattern followed at the Utah County. Commissions meeting last Wednesday objecting for more than two hours to having their kids in masks, even his council, the virus continue to climb across the state were there are now more than thirty? Thousand confirmed cases they packed into the small boardroom to talk pulling tape off. The seats meant to maintain social distancing and crowding in against the walls they were trump, twenty twenty hats, and carry little, American flags, and every time someone said freedom or constitutional rights. The whole room cheered. What a bunch of tanks! I'm. I'm sorry. So there is a summer camp in Ohio Iowa somewhere in the mid west. There's one in. There there was one in Missouri. Yeah Eighty two kids. Your Age Kids in an doping. I Yeah. But it's a hoax. Provo residents Cynthia harding, said the man. This mandate for the children to wear masks is Baloney. We have the right to make our own choices. Then, keep your fucking kid at home. So is this. Is this the answer the to. Drive people crazy. Tell them they can't do something. Yes, that's what it is does not matter. It does not matter, and you know what it is because I have as Jason. You have a small child at home to his has has has little Alma Become averse to what some call the N. word. Not that one Korean. Yeah, yeah. Not so much the three and a half year old on the other hand response was everything with a no. No, no okay so. I've I've got one that. That will be seventeen months old here. By the time this this podcast drops not today one recording. If you say no to her. She will almost without fail. Throw herself on the ground. And Begin to cry. And that my friends is what's happening to people when they're told they have to wear a mask. Yeah, yeah! Three. That's my three and a half year old. Does that for sure at least four or five times a day off being toddlers? Because this is what happened with black people if you do that? You get to ask. As if you do it in public, because you like, you're not bears of me and his door. Well Louisiana man who was asked to leave a walmart when he refused to wear a mask by the way you have to wear a mask. Yeah. Inside this. He did not, but by the way Walmart Sam's Club joined a bunch of other retailers everybody, but when Dixie at all. They've relented now. Yeah, but changed her mind this morning. Yes Oh! They have they still even Dixie in the name, but you have to wear a mask. The Louisiana man who's Ashley Walmart when he refused to wear, one was arrested after striking a cop with his car in the store's parking lot. Oh Damn. Ricky Taylor and by the way, isn't it great one? A sixty four year, old man's called Ricky He was inside the Walmart near his West. Monroe home Tuesday evening. Isn't that where the Duck Dynasty guys live? Okay Makes Sense What a COP apparently working off duty security detail to store advised him that the business businesses policy is for every customer to wear mask upon being offered a mask Taylor allegedly began cursing out the officer, saying quote. You can't make me wear a fucking mask. I'm not wearing a fucking mask. He would later claim that a reported medical condition prevented him from wearing a mask. Now, due to his unruly behaviour, Walmart wanted him placed on trespass. Notice, so the cop asked Taylor for his driver's license, so that I could give it to you but I'm not. Vehicle as the officer called the car's license plate to police dispatch Taylor allegedly backed his car up and twice struck the patrolman now after a brief struggle, Taylor was handcuffed and taken into custody, charged with aggravated assault on a peace officer, which is a felony and disorderly conduct and resisting an officer both misdemeanors. He was released from jail. now all visitors. The West Monroe store must already wear a mask. The entire Walmart chain is requiring them starting today. Actually. If you're watching live, police blotters nationwide are expected to immediately effect fallout from this policy change. If you don't know that it's a police officer. If you think it's just a R- by the rennick. Don't get complacent with the rent. A COP's because there's a lot of regular cops that make extra money. And just because you don't know doesn't mean you're not gonNA. Get hit with it if you decide. Go your rent a cap. Nothing the. You put this thing up, thanks. I can't believe it. It's people are dickey's Oh just being ridiculous medal of freedom recipient rush, limbaugh says Americans need to adapt like to the corona virus well in in. Here's how he thinks we should do it by the way his voice is not easy now. Covert nineteen is a two convenient and excuse. For a generation of people? To just punt. We don't do this. We are Americans..
"ricky taylor" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Idiot. Oh, crazy Super Cove Idiots! So something related to Copen? No. Yeah, all right. So Ricky Taylor. He's 64 years old. He had to stop at a WalMart recently as you do. And Ah, he was Tuesday evening, and he he walked on into the walmart do to do to do and there was an off duty cop who was working security detail at the store. And he said, Sir, sir. Sorry before you enter the store. It is policy that every customer Oh, wear a mask. And that off duty security cop said. I can furnish you with a mask if you don't have one of your own Well, pretty standard policy now. Yep. Ricky Taylor. Not a fan. And he made himself known by cursing out the officer. You can't make me wear a bleeping mask. I'm not wearing a bleeping mask. Well, OK, on the contrary, actually, in this case if you want to shop there You've got to put the mask on. So later on, he did purport to have a medical condition that presented prevented him from wearing a mask, but not until after he Was really rude to the off duty cop. But due to his unruly behaviour, WalMart placed him on trespass notice. So the cop asks him for his driver's license, and he said I could give it to you, but I'm not going, Tio. And then he exited the store and headed for his vehicle. And then do you know what he did? Pooped in the parking lot. No, I like that. End of the story. Ah, remember her pulled in Amber heard? No. He ran over the patrol officer. What with his car. He backed his auto up and twice struck. The old man who tried was just kindly give him a mask. Is he okay? He's fine. He but Mr Taylor Ricky Taylor was charged with aggravated assault on a peace officer, which is a felony. And disorderly conduct and resisting an officer. He was released from jail last night. I don't think he ever got what he needed from the wall, but this dude, this was much more about Thiss was not just the he was not an anti mass. No individual. This was just a battle of wills. Yeah, listen, I just want to use that, as like a cautionary tale like we don't need to get so Just put the dumb mask on. We don't need to be running people over. We don't need to be hurting people. It seems like he's the kind of guy that was looking for some issues. Yeah. He was looking for a fight. He wanted to run somebody over with this car. Also Quick aside. Having nothing to do with crazy, stupid idiots. Do you know what advertisement is popping up on nearly every single page I visit lately. The 02 respirator mask. That Is this the very mask we saw Sam Asgard? Yeah, not cut for your face. I think I sent that to you guys a while back. It finally started showing up on mine, and I don't know what triggered it. Probably because we've talked about masks or something, but, yeah, I just don't really know why they couldn't have improved on the design snow so it didn't look like Not cop. It looks like a Ah, yeah, Protective Vice for your schwing swang. I don't get it. Alright. Ah, When we come back on the Colleen and Bradley show to 45 we play a very fun game. It's fun for us. Hopefully, it's fun for you. Game called the Throwback life. We're going to do that. After this on my talk 1071 It's that time. Once again, my talkers to reach out and.
"ricky taylor" Discussed on Pit Lane Parley
"You get an extra spot on on one of the DP cars which driver which you want to be a mechanic for Matt Right. I mean right right now I think for me. I think it'd be pretty easy. I mean just and I'm GONNA pick from a pool of past. Dpi Drivers We've had you know Endurance races in the past. And I think I think I'd like to have a full-time be pretty amazing I go for Jordan or Ricky Taylor. Well you've had more experience with driving than I. That's that's a way to put us on the spy here Mike than episodes. We've had some really good guys in this car you know from. Obviously the Taylor brothers phenomenal job. Force Nando is another one. He was amazing in. Twenty nineteen in the rain at Daytona. That's fender can is done. I mean he did a fabulous job in twenty nineteen and again this year. I mean he he was a Rockstar. Yeah Wow I'm not sure I can answer that question and not feel bad like some blighty somebody well you got hurt. Somebody's feelings Chris Well I wouldn't put me behind the wheel. I knew that that'd be the last one I don't know I'd have to. I kind of agree with Michael and community has done such a fabulous job for the past couple of years. It'd be effective. Fantastic one to come in and take some time if we had if we had the opening forum. I can't any of those choice. Go ahead yeah. It's definitely I mean not not to you know. Take the thunder away from the two guys where you have to two guys. We have our amazing ringer in. You know Briscoe. I think they're going to do an amazing job. Once the season starts up. So Oh yeah I completely agree there. We just like to have some fun here and put everybody on the spot at least once in episode. Just make you sweat a little. Did that well gentlemen. It's been a lot of fun talking this morning. I appreciate it guys are able to stay safe and stay busy until racing comes back in whenever whenever that is in in. Hopefully the near future I look forward to seeing you guys out on the track and best of luck this year. Thank answering have a go on. Take care by the..
"ricky taylor" Discussed on Pit Lane Parley
"You get an extra spot on on one of the DP cars which driver which you want to be a mechanic for Matt Right. I mean right right now I think for me. I think it'd be pretty easy. I mean just and I'm GONNA pick from a pool of past. Dpi Drivers We've had you know Endurance races in the past. And I think I think I'd like to have a full-time be pretty amazing I go for Jordan or Ricky Taylor. Well you've had more experience with driving than I. That's that's a way would put us on spy here Mike more than episodes. We've had some really good guys in this car you know from. Obviously the Taylor brothers phenomenal job. Force Nando is another one. He was amazing in. Twenty nineteen in the rain at Daytona. That's fender can is done. I mean he did a fabulous job in twenty nineteen and again this year. I mean he he was a Rockstar. Wow I'm not sure I can answer that question and not feel bad like some blighty somebody well you got hurt. Somebody's feelings Chris Well I wouldn't put me behind the wheel. I know that that'd be the last one I don't know I'd have to. I kind of agree with Michael and community has done such a fabulous job for the past couple of years. It'd be effective. Fantastic one to come in and take some time if we had if we had the opening forum. I can't any of those choice. Go ahead yeah. It's definitely I mean not not to to you know. Take the thunder away from the two guys where you have to two guys. We have our amazing ringer in. You know Briscoe. I think they're going to do an amazing job. Once the season starts up. So Oh yeah I completely agree there. We just like to have some fun here and put everybody on the spot at least once in episode. Just make you sweat. Yeah you did that well gentlemen. It's been a lot of fun talking this morning. I appreciate it guys are able to stay safe and stay busy until racing comes back in whenever whenever that is in in. Hopefully the near future I look forward to seeing you guys out on the track and best of luck this year. Thank answering have a go on care by the..
"ricky taylor" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Raised by their own experts to the roads cover radio real time traffic with Ricky Taylor certainly interesting I got a text message at nine eight nine seven three St traced they've shut down the on ramp from ninety eight to a four oh five and if you are traveling on westbound I. ninety you're going to notice that and that's because it sounds like this is a pretty serious deal so that tire ramp is closed off for the time being as they can I work on this crash backups on south but I five is still a V. district through the convention center not bad up cells that are hill south of four oh five still rough outside of Bellevue and heading into new castle that north on five drive still get hit the brakes outside a shoreline again the parts of south Everett however here's county is a different story we're seeing some heavy traffic on southbound I. five highway eighteen passes you off of a bridge things are really ramping up outside of Lakewood five twelve a slam between I. five heading out towards canyon and the others quite a few brake lights as we get past the south hill mall just a little heads up to you there's going to be quite a few closures and five specially on that north on five exit to twenty street east and of course the port of Tacoma road on ramp to northbound I. five this is going to close tonight at ten that's going to last for the next two weeks traffic is brought to you by up work has the world's largest network of independent professionals like designers developers data scientists you name it what you need in demand talent on demand forgets how Kyra radio real time traffic and Tracy Taylor decreasing rain today turning to just a couple of showers which have increased sun tomorrow scattered showers chance for some thunderstorms even to Baylor some wet snow I'm Cairo seven ten point zero just.
"ricky taylor" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Longer term trend we did sing of course going from bricks to clicks I just be online category I mean honestly I don't know why people go to regular retail stores I can't I can't I can't quite figure it out I AB do you have going to many retail stores this this season or did you actually order most of it online I did it a bit of a combination because it was super busy after Christmas so I ran out of time and spent one evening just on Amazon just bang bang bang bang bang bang or ordering stuff and then shipping it because I traveled for Chris right and and then the day before Christmas we went to the stores and picked up some last minute yes when the crowds well I was in in California I was actually I was in Oregon and we were like pulling in and going here's a great parking spot like do you realize it would take it as forty five minutes are you spot in LA at least yeah well you know I I enforce the dealt with the problem of delays on some of my gifts now the Amazon dot com gift all landed on time but I ordered from some smaller retailers that word that got me with click bait you know like I don't want I think yes hasn't arrived yet so I don't wanna out it but it was it was a very like cool custom made gift and the Ricky Taylor promised that they have a to me before Christmas and they did so do you get a refund well I haven't gone nuclear on them yet I just want my gift because yeah I'm thinking Christmas is now more of like a a multi day thing it's a celebration of gifts over a period of time because the Amazon angels you know can get stuck in the weather on the fifteen so anyway I'm I'm good at well what is it was a four my parents yeah so I figure they'll they'll be where it's all about where can be tough as if everybody's flying in a you don't see a very much my parents live here include so I just walking over in Santa will come by but that yeah I could see if everybody's flying in he had one event give everybody their guests that could be you know I also be doing I deliver I just have Amazon whoever I'm deliver just send the gift ahead of time to the person I want to give it to sign up the lug gifts around descended directly to their house is that lazy now maybe okay are you wouldn't know it says it that it doesn't get wrapped really pretty like we we did have a couple of gifts at my house or my nephew gave it you know give us something and he was like here and it came in an Amazon box is that okay could you at least put a bow on it right but here's where your assumption is wrong with me you're assuming that if I had time that I could wrap it pretty myself I can't I don't have those skills I used to be the guy who will go to the mall and have the professional rappers rap my gifts because mine is hideous so just be able to click the little gift but not Amazon at least having a little pouch or something is is leveling up so I don't have to go to the mall well here's a secret even if it's not beautifully wrapped people don't care they appreciate the effort and my brother was he did a lot of you how much I like you have this rain like gift wrapping well but my brother's the same way he's like I'm so sorry I'm so sorry and like you put the effort into it and everybody hates wrapping right thank you for effort into it you get points that's true well and he looks back spenders are continuing to spend three point four percent growth over twenty eighteen I mean that's significant and to me what it tells me is when I eat I can't help but take every economic indicator and plug it into my forecasting internal model for what's gonna happen to Donald Trump and twenty twenty and what did your mother tell you well here's what it is if you've got all of these indicators you got booming booming stock market the S. and P. five hundred rising nearly thirty percent last year you've got holiday sales shooting through the roof and what that tells you about holiday sales is the consumers are feeling optimistic not just now but about twenty twenty their economic prospects going to twenty twenty because if you think you're gonna be laid off or your economic circumstance will be worse net in twenty twenty than it is now you don't spend quite as much in the holidays so all of these factors and then of course I wrap it around some polling numbers I liked it we track public pollsters tractors I track it internally for my clients its president trump's job approval as it ranks on the economy and consistently trump has been hovering in the high forties but in the last few months trump is at fifty two percent approve forty one percent disapprove on the handling of the economy is that enough so I mean with the economy as good as it is yeah fifty two percent is a much fair point any other president in any other political climate with these kind of economic numbers would be sitting at the high fifties right now but in this polarized climate the fact that trump said fifty two is actually remarkable to get to fifty two and this is a looking nationwide this isn't just a the keylex coral states this is broader public opinion that means a lot of Democrats had to say that he did that they approve of his of his handling on on the economy if he hangs at fifty two if it that's able to not settle out from gets reelected it's almost that simple will get into later in the show Michael Moore yes that Michael Moore even agrees now he's not up he's not a political scientists is not a pollster but he doesn't want to give trump any credit where he doesn't have to and even he can't seem to deny trumps reelection prospects so are you look the the economic numbers spending numbers all these things are so exciting for me going in and not just politically just it I'm optimistic quite frankly for the country then I think the good times are gonna role at least for lease for another few months now course we look at California and we'll get into it with the latest Senate bill five that's the gig economy bill California can't seem to help but rain on my parade by making it ever so more difficult for small businesses to thrive and start we'll get into that but even with all that said your Connie overall is on the upswing and that the numbers are the numbers work what can I say here so coming up we're gonna get into coca Cola is it a little bit of controversy today they there are rumors that they're gonna be offering a cannabis drink now they deny it but I'll let you decide I'm John Thomas filling in for Gerry and Shannon course on KFI am six forty live everywhere and I her radio app ET king you've.
"ricky taylor" Discussed on Establishing Shot
"Welcome to another edition of establishing shot. We are back back from the from from where if we bed. We've we've attack. Oh my goodness we were just like in an Igloo. Big Lou somewhere we've just disappeared for a while we apologize to our loyal listeners. If you've been waiting to find out what happened in January and what happened in February debartolo loop forming arts center because we just kind of stopped talking about it I guess but this shot. It's been reestablished right now where This is our this is our relaunch soft relaunch of the podcast and it's a bittersweet soft relaunch. Because I am here. Ted Barron Executive Director of the bartle forming coming are performing arts center with my colleague by after qualify. Because they have to keep going with the qualifiers. My amazed. You're qualified the qualified colleague. I was GonNa give you something better than that. Qualify Call. Even though he's not a ricky Taylor Ricky. Hi Dr Bernard. Ricky Herbs is our cinema program director Sir and joining us for. What may be the last time ever? Don't even do this. She's leaving us. Paulette Curtis Who Many of you remember from our September I think podcast maybe somewhere somewhere back in the fall back when we were doing. This monthly Paulette is leaving the University of Notre Tame to go to the wilds of Columbus Ohio to find a new life for herself. But we're glad to have her back. Hello Paulette thank you. And it's great to be back Ted and Ricky I. I realized I didn't. I didn't pull up your Your title but it doesn't matter anymore doesn't really matter. She had that Notre Dame she had many titles and they were all interesting in prestigious out proceeded with formerly. Write a few checks down on the CV so so anyway so we're very grateful to have polit here. We're going to miss her terribly because she was one of our favorite people in the world to talk about to talk to about movies. Especially when new stuff comes out ricky and I always say what's what is pollen gotta get gotTa get that hot takes so we'll arbiter pollock. We're going to have to survive. Yeah when when Captain Marvel finally hits theaters. Oh we're going to be on our own. We're no we'll while find you find you find. That's right thank Joe. Saint you run to Columbus Columbus. That's right that's right so okay. So we're we're gonNA talk about what's happening in March outside of Captain Marvel because you know there are other things happening Ricky what can you tell us about March two thousand in nineteen at the Browning cinema. Well it's very busy As we know every October and March even though we do go on break in this case of spring break. The brining cinema does stay open and on either under that we have our full programming So a pretty busy lineup. During March We have a lot. I have new titles with the kind of the Slough of award season. We have a lot of new films that we WANNA show and March tends to be. Were they call us So we can run through those We're starting the month with a film. Mexico called Museo. We are GONNA show this originally and then it got rescheduled Bob Because of the polar vortex so this is a film strain Kyle Garcia Bernal and it's a docudrama of an actual event and In the mid nineteen eighties the Anthropology Museum Mexico City what had a huge art heist where particularly Native Artifacts Mayan Mayan and asset artifacts were stolen and they thought the KGB. Maybe did it or some major are syndicate cabal. Um I just happen to be a couple of kind of like grungy veterinary students. So this tells the story of their highest and then what they did with the loot. Because who's going to buy things. That are literally irreplaceable and impossible the value. So it's like the Mexican Mexican American animals very much so yes I mean. He's called Mexican animals. They were but it is. It is very very similar impact. I'm sure there is a quick and dirty conference paper on the new art heist film and how it's An who it's going to and who is being throw actually you could kind of throw in. Can you ever forgive me. Maybe with the whole the whole fraud of general yeah yeah within the collectibles world. It's which is which I recommend is actually a good film. Also just noticing Gal seems to be a big into period pieces set in the eighties his thing when they need to go back to what we think. Ah I th I think of his recent events. He's kind of the go-to right. Yeah it's funny. 'cause the film doesn't really try that hard. I mean I'm sure there's a lot of effort put into it. But but at front-load a lot of the establishing of the fact that it's eighty S. He's a Rubik's cube and Atari real light. That was it was the idea or eighties. Okay where's the beef. Oh okay so we're GONNA. We're moving from Matt to another film. Another foreign film is is about young age on Weei and life purpose This is coming. How France with an American expert expert I think so director Dennis Cooper and he's a writer who acquire writer from the eighties and nineties? WHO's made a couple of films now? And this is this follows. A I think he's at the end of highschool or roughly. Let's say an eighteen year old boy who really can't see how life should end becomes very fascinated with his own death uh-huh and the spectacle that should or should not produce and how it will be viewed by is friends and so it takes up the really heavy topic of teenage teenage suicide and mortality and people who stare at that brink it does so with some humor and a lot of intelligence and I really don't don't know how it's going to go over that'd be. It's an unusual cooper he has. He's only directed a few films right. It's like hell tour glow Was the one that that I was thinking. Yeah of which was way wilder. This is much more narrative based and Quiet and more pictorial sound And then we are showing CAIRN which people might have seen from the Oscars are are going to be playing before this podcast goes out. I think when it was it was it was a wonderful surprise to win. Best Foreign Language. Sorry Romo sorry sorry. Cold War So this is the film out of Lebanon. And it's about a streetwise kid Who's twelve and he Decides to take his family to court for the crime of Birmingham being him. Bring him into the world so feels very Iranian in that regard about kid and also and also bringing in the courts arts. Is there any tongue in cheek. nece to this or a pretty little more. No realist here. It's tough the tough movie Not to say there aren't moments of levity and but for the most part it's a pretty heavy foam and I think that I think though that People would really enjoy if they if they think. Well I mean I would say amidst the Oscars this year. I think one of the the foreign language categories pretty solid. Because you've got this you've got shoplifters people people really liked yeah jazz jazz about Cold War which we haven't I haven't seen yet and then of course Roma Forgetting oh the German. The German film which is go. Look there don't look who cares. It's the guy who did the lives of others which a- Ah Love Reading New Yorker profile on him so yeah it's great. I mean tour accenture accenture. Yeah Yeah Yeah okay. He did not remember the Johnny Depp. Do that was bizarrely strangely. Not Good Anyway. Okay so yeah. It's a good it's a but it's it's other than maybe his films. Okay but the other four are definitely solid contenders issue And we're GONNA do you. Were going to split the weekend with Cappon and a new film in America called blind spotting This is a film about I the way I've been putting his roughly like gentrification and the The police say and how to come together and volatile areas like Oakland Oakland California. I think it's a very good film for South Bend to be watching now Not only to be clued into a larger national discussion but to I also realize that these things can happen in south. Bend are happy and southbound and we'll be happening. I think with greater frequency in the area. So it's decide it's a very important filming Obama's list of best films of the year. I didn't see that. Oh yeah and it has one of the cast of Hamilton Etan Digs. Yeah W. thing I I wanna say like dubbed I think it is I heard Who ooh Great great career choices by him. Yup Smart the Lance Armstrong Hbo. Oh I didn't know that the doping wine fine Kimmy Schmidt some great choices another Oscar nominee coming up. This is the week of spring break. We have a run of Free Solo. Hello this is documentary nominee and four. Best Dark Mary Yep win. It might win so actually I. I have a weird thought because it has a very come back to this man on wire. Yeah and I think our BG probably descending anyway Yup So this is a documentary about Alex huddled who climbs the three thousand Al Capi Tan. For those of you who aren't Geagea a geologist or somebody park goers this a flat faced rock structure monolith that he climbed with no how met no nets no harnesses ropes. No protective career. Just him and the Rock which is insane insane heights issues I have I have I wanna web issues live. Evidently I mean yeah I don't I don't really like heights but I really really don't like the idea of just hanging out. Three thousand feet in the air with nothing to support you. So you've are. Is there a spoiler in there. It says climbed past ten so he evidently lived yes. He makes a documentary. No actually I didn't attempt to climb I keep. Ah Yeah but I don't think if it were out there so does it at all explorer. You know the not death swish but certainly this desire to push oneself. If you're in a comfortable sort of situation people who feel like a lack of meaning to life or often ones who are into sports like this or do things like this as does the film explore any of that or I think it gets that in some ways is how oh the that drive kind of me. Think of Roger Bannister underneath four minutes. How it's becoming so much much more elaborate to become the person who climbed copy so there's been an uptick in death of people are climbing because they're trying to do it for speed and break these as world records and so I think there does critique the acceleration at which people are trying to be the most extreme ever with whatever that might be so? That's in there. Yeah it's interesting. Yeah other than that. It's more armchair. Freud Yeah Tim Tim climbing for a long time. So there's plenty of time to think about after that when we get back from break We have new film by Ricky Ambrose along with some of his short art films. Because it's a sixty minute feature called notes on an appearance this is this is this is heavily risconsin. East Coast. Art Film. World has work. Yeah curious it feels very much it has it has a certain Rica Manhattan to it. Okay Brooklyn S. Manhattan. Oh It's Manhattan. I would say I don't know the guy I mean. Different things are different now. We don't say that we say I. I knew I don't have it yet. You don't do okay all right. So yeah but he's so. Where is he ben? I mean is he just kind of his up and showing in Lake experimental festivals. Or is it. Is it more narrative. Based it's this one is loosely narrative. But it's it's some people who there's a reclusive scholar and people on the search for him and I forgot why he disappeared. What's going around? And so it's about about that journey I think he's been This is this is grasshopper so it's not like he's yeah. Yeah UNSEE scene but Yeah he's he's done general festival things but this wasn't at Toronto or anything. I don't think I would doubt it. I was just curious where he comes from because they just again. I'm not as familiar with them. In a short films are nice to so we'll show that and see if it hits an audience. I think that in permanent green in life are similar wavelength. Okay after that we are showing on the basis of sex. This is the Bio pic doc about Ruth Bader Ginsburg a supreme court justice in the United States Supreme Court We're doing this with the law school as part of their her students weekend and it's open to the public as well. We'll have a discussion about her life and times and a lot of accents other big accent. Is that your recommendation for the film. I haven't seen it yet but I just know in the trailer. It's Felicity Jones who has the loveliest little British accent due in Brooklyn. So just be ready for that and it's armie Hammer who is a man. One of many. He's a tall..
"ricky taylor" Discussed on Raceline Radio
"It can ask you. What's it like seeing him back there? And you know, how how has it been to see him racing? Great. You're not quite few times. But it's. Here in the field is amazing thing. You know, he he cheap so much since his accident that some believable, you know, I think he's accident normally for everybody would have been something that would have bringing down thing he brought new life for him. You know, new new things, and he's making the most of it. And you know, he's still blood a quick. From that dark day in two thousand one. Not much. You don't mean? I wasn't there. You know what? I mean. I think I remember everybody else that you know, the hide happen. You know, the spinning and everything, and it just you never thing is going to go, you know, dot big of of an accident. But you know that happens. Holly right down here in the front. Holly Kane from the NASCAR in the wire service. I wanted to ask you kind of your thoughts and your expectations coming in. And what's going to be like to co drive with some fantastic teammates here are expectations to win. And you know, I think that we have a platform to do that. If you look at the success that the team had last year is new team coming in and learning curve to catch up to the other teams. I think they didn't amazing job of that and already going into two this year. There's a lot of talk about how much you know, progress they've made. So I think that that's you know, a warrant for for good expectations. And these teammates are some of the best in the grid. I think and if you feel very fortunate to be able to have them to coach me up and give me up to speed quickly as possible guys. Thank you. Appreciate it. We'll see you soon. You know, what I think is really cool is is the fact that the Penske guys will bring over a driver another IndyCar driver from another IndyCar team in Alex Rossi. I mean, the the Penske guys are fulltime guys Castro visited Mongolia. Then you've got Cameron and Ricky Taylor when they do these around the clock things, you know. And and the fact they wanna bring another driver in. And there's a little cooperation there between the two IndyCar teams. I think is is terrific by bringing former Indy. Five hundred winner Alex Rossi over from Andretti's bunch to work with those Penske guys. I think that's very very cool. And of course, the reason why we talked to those guys as they have as good a chance as any to win this Rolex twenty four and they're always worth watching because they have the best -ment. And and some of the best drivers in terms of lineup so Castro Neves Montovia Taylor Cameron and Rosty. That's the Penske pod..
"ricky taylor" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC
"Felt rejuvenated again last year was a new challenge for you. How did the first season obviously went really well. Well, especially having a kid and Ricky Taylor phenomenal kid and champion and more experienced than myself to be honest, basically. Yeah. So it's like who's qualified I'm qualified. No, I'm caught. So it's kind of like a big challenge between the two of us. It's it's it's it's great. I I as you saw me just I thing when I jump Ian in talking to you. I'm it is it is fun. It is I missed this. I wanna keep going as far as I can. And I and hopefully we can't. But definitely it's a new challenge because it's a new some new tracks new different cars like, for example, neck exercise is not as bad as for IndyCar because you don't have the wind pushing your head back because now we had windstream, but is still have the lateral force, which is very seamless. So he's still it's this position. They stealing, for example in need cars a little higher. This one is a little lower. So now you work in different. Shoulders it starting all over again. So, but it's it's great. I I'm just so blessed. I still racing. Yeah. I was kinda surprised when I looked at your career stats mean? Typically, a lot of IndyCar drivers. Even NASCAR drivers have sports card. Dalliances will they'll go run a few races here, and there and you hadn't run Rolex before last year. Right. I mean, you didn't you didn't really have very much experience. Did you? So was it a little bit of a leap of faith. I did never push it on to you know, they say, no, we'll we didn't want to do it. So I never actually push it. Because sooner they said, okay, we hire you to be an as quite driver. So we want to do it later on like come on guys. So many other drivers are doing can I do so and then trying to find a sociation because Chevy didn't want us to dry for right? All their brand. When we're Toyota they didn't want to drive on. So it was eventually not having a team probably made it hard. Yeah. It was always something. And and that's why I was not able to to do them in which. Is it's it's some fortunately because now. Well, fortunately, unfortunately, unfortunately, because they don't have the experience before twenty. Now, I'm able to join with Team Penske. Now, we're we're fulltime how much do you miss IndyCar? If it'll all and I do I mean come on years. It's like that ex girlfriend that had like come on. I still need to tell her. You know, I say, hey, Honey, come on. You know, that's the one more time. You know, like that sexy voice nights. It's I missed it. I missed it's hard for you to give up twenty years and all of a sudden like wipe that out from your memory. The good news is the transitions being phenomenal. Because now I'm still racing. At a point that is still, you know in my career field that can I can still be very competitive. And this is able to, you know, calm those arch of you know, should should do it. I should talk to Roger more often. But it it's that flames size being able to feel that. And and I'm glad because otherwise probably would be ended the press smoking drinking and be like, okay miserable. Is it partially to Elliott that so much of IndyCar seems to be, you know, I'm saying this as an employee of NBC, of course. So I'm going to be a little bit biased because we've got the whole schedule. There's a positive momentum around the series narrative seems to be hey, it's back. It's it's trending upward. And you were there through some pretty periods. Yeah. Is a sad at all in this kind of being from outside a little bit. Now, you know. I mean, obviously, they are a IndyCar. It got to a point that they're doing everything they can I feel that we have the best drivers we have the best competitive series. Incredible talent teams diversify it'll because remember not only driving in beautiful tracks..
"ricky taylor" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC
"And then of course, you got gained Cameron and Ricky Taylor in Simon badger. No, I'll also part of the deal. So a lot of big names for your team. But one of the big names this year Elio is is somebody you also have with Alex and arty obviously you raised against him. When it was the cart series of what's it like to see your old friend got here. I couldn't I couldn't be more happier to be honest. When I heard that he is going to be part of a Daytona this year and. Guys. I I can't well can't it's not a his vocabulary. Right. This way does not exist. It's such any spray Spiratou for so many people. And and again as I was racing. He was already the champion their guy making moves at the corkscrew passing a harder in the last laugh, you remember that one. So an all of a sudden I'm racing against this guy. And it was an fortunately I was part of in the day that he was in an accident. So. It's a roller coaster for sure. But last time I saw him was at India five four or five years ago. And we're chat we talk about it. So it's really cool to see him back. And no question he is going to be again surprising. A lot of people with his talent and racing hand controls this year because of that horrific accident he did have in Germany in two thousand one where he lost his legs. He said you're in that race. I've been talking to some other IndyCar drivers Johnson belt was in that race Christian Fittipaldi, and they have some vivid memories, I presume all. Yeah. You remember it? Well ops. A little I remember when to turn one, and particularly unfortunate that we it was terrible was a black cloud nine eleven just happened. A lot of people worry about the families that was here in the United States. And we were actually in in euro. So nobody could fly remember Mike way. He couldn't get out of the the country because he was just a few hours to actually to fly to Germany. But anyway, so unfortunate was a bad. Week. And it was and when the accident happened that time a remember was. Was a car that my good friend of mine. Also, Tony Canales driving with Monan team. And I didn't know which car was so kind of like really looked who had the accident. And and when I saw the front of the car, basically half of the cars gone, and I kind of like not understood in a lot of Debry, which didn't quite look like was a piece of the race car. Well at the time, I didn't know it was, but it was part of his body. Jeez. However about that time, I did not realize what it was. And and I I was just trying to blog because I didn't want to look so that we can consider race. And particularly our performance was terrible. So after everything happens, we know we heard, and it was it was obviously a tragedy tragedy, and but amazing recover with this guy. And so happy to see him now in race against the guy again. Well, I mean, you saw it on the track Elia in that ninety six to nine. Eighty eight window when he was winning the most racist championships the pass at Laguna Seca, and the the corkscrew I mean that will to win seems like we saw that later in his life after that accent. Just so determined the guys it's amazing. And that's that's faith, faith and destiny. I would say he with his family, obviously, his wife and his kid nNcholas, and he's still able to spy so many people, and they will still see his son grow up, which by the way, he's attorney. Alan Miller was my attorney. So right. I kind of like knew a lot about it through Allen. And I'm glad island did all the things that he did to a cover special. Unfortunately, you never think about something like that happened. But someone at least always got up repair and lead that he was. Yeah. And he obviously had a second chapter in his life. After that accident. You have a second chapter now your career with being an I read somewhere recently that you said you..