35 Burst results for "Rob I"
Uvalde victim's sister pleads for gun safety measures
"A sister of a victim of the uvalde school shooting pleaded with Texas lawmakers for gun safety measures 17 year old Jasmine cesare says her 9 year old sister Jackie one of the 19 children killed was one of the sweetest souls anyone would ever meet I shouldn't have to be here right now I should be at home watching a movie with my sister It's summer Cesaro says the family is still in shock as new information comes in that what happened at rob elementary school could have been prevented And I'm here begging for you guys to do something I want to change something because the people that were supposed to keep her safe at school didn't they failed Jasmine Cesaro told lawmakers they could honor the victims by adopting gun background checks and red flag laws The Republican controlled legislature in Texas has stripped away gun restrictions over the past decade I'm Ed
Refsnyder hits 2-run homer as Red Sox sweep Tigers, 6-2
"Rob ruff Snyder's first home run as a Red Sox helped Boston are in a 6 two win over the tigers Boston fell into a two zero hole after Javier Baez is two run blast for Detroit in the first inning Two run double tied it in the third and set the table for ref Snyder's two run blasts to help Boston complete a three game sweep Every game is important but probably be lying to say like these are feels even more important to try to get a serious win I'm going back on the road so it's going to be it's going to be tough to try to sneak out a couple wins Michael walker earned the win with 6 innings of two run ball and 7 strikeouts The Red Sox have won 8 of their last ten games while the tigers have dropped 9 of 11 Geffen Koopa
Uvalde school police chief on leave after mass shooting
"I'm Mike Gracia reporting the ivaldi school police chief has been placed on leave Pete arradondo the police chief for the ivaldi Texas school district was put on administrative leave Wednesday amid criticism of his decision to hold the police officers outside rob elementary school as 19 students and two teachers were gunned down The action came one day after colonel Steve McCrory the director of the Texas Department of Public Safety delivered a blistering assessment of our actions before a state Senate hearing The only thing stopping a hallway of dedicated officers from any room one 11 and one 12 was Janssen commander Macron testified that armed law enforcement officers were on the scene three minutes after the gunman entered the school on May 24th but on our orders they waited for more than an hour in a school hallway I'm Mike
Texas DPS Director: Children Waited 1 Hr 14 Mins 8 Secs for Rescue
"That the law enforcement response to the attack at rob elementary was an abject failure and antithetical to everything we've learned over the last two decades since the Columbine massacre. Three minutes after the subject turned to the west building, there was sufficient number of armed officers wearing body armor. To isolate distract and neutralize the subject. The only thing stopping the hallway of dedicated officers from any room one 11, and one 12 was Janssen commander, who decided to place the lives of officers before the lives of children. The officers had weapons, the children had none. The officers had body armor, the children had none. Doubles had training, the subject had none. One error, 14 minutes and 8 seconds. That's how long the children waited and the teachers waited in rooms one 11 to be rescued. And while they waited, the onset commander waited for radio and rifles, then he waited for shields. Then he waited for S.W.A.T.. Lastly, he waited for key that was never needed. Waited for a key that was never
Update on the latest sports
"AP sports I'm sherk Freeman Tampa uses the long ball to finally beat the New York Yankees It was a career night for the ray Zach paradis who hit three homers all by the 5th inning and the rays beat the Yankees 5 to four Ray shortstop Taylor wall says the night was owned by parades It just looks like he's in total control you know I made his impressive tonight with special It was very special to watch special night for him and it was huge for us and pretty much just carried us that whole game Just the third loss in the last 20 games for the yanks Tony Godzilla became baseball's first 9 game winner as the LA Dodgers beat Cincinnati ate the two San Francisco held off Atlanta 12 to ten giants catcher Austin winds had a big night three hits including a three run Homer for manager Gabe Kepler Austin has come over and had quality at bats It doesn't always been as pretty as it was tonight you know the Homer and driving the baseball several times Chicago White Sox down Toronto 7 to 6 in extra innings Boston beat Detroit 5 to three two of baseball's best win at it as Houston down the New York mets ate the two Adam splain reports Jose Archie earned his 6th win of the season by allowing just one run on four hits over 6 innings Archie struck out 5 and the only blemish on his line was the 6th inning Homer he allowed to Pete Alonso Adam spelling Houston Nolan Gorman Homer twice as St. Louis beat Milwaukee 6 two Texas blank Philadelphia 7 zero San Diego three Arizona two in extra innings Seattle down Oakland Pittsburgh over the Chicago Cubs Miami Beach Colorado Washington down Baltimore Kansas City over the LA angels and Cleveland over Minnesota Another major champion Brooks Koepka leaving the PGA Tour for Liv golf Rob Gronkowski is retiring from the NFL for a second time leaving the league after 12 seasons Toronto Maple Leafs forward auston Matthews is the NHL's MVP and the attorney for Cleveland Browns quarterback deshaun Watson has reached an agreement on 20 of 24 lawsuits from women accusing Watson of sexual assault and harassment Check Freeman AP sports
Senators reach bipartisan compromise on gun violence bill
"I'm Mike Gracia reporting senators reach a bipartisan compromise on a gun violence Bill Moving quickly after agreement was announced the bipartisan gun violence Bill cleared an initial procedural hurdle in the Senate Tuesday night 14 Republicans joined all 48 Democrats and two independents in support of the measure The package is a response to mass shootings at a Buffalo New York supermarket last month and that rob elementary school in ivaldi Texas days later Senator John cornyn of Texas led Republicans in the legislative talks Texans are disgusted and outraged by what happened at rob elementary And they want Congress to take appropriate action to prevent the loss of more innocent lives The legislation would include more rigorous background checks for the youngest firearms buyers more background checks for arms sellers and stiffer penalties on gun traffickers Additionally there's funding to states and communities for improving school safety and mental health initiatives Mike cross Sia Washington
Texas DPS Director Steve McCraw Speaks out About Uvalde Shooting
"Steve McGraw is director of the Texas Department of Public Safety And he was at a hearing today a hearing that really mattered And here in part is what he had to say cut one go There's compelling evidence that the law enforcement response to the attack at rob elementary was an abject failure and antithetical to everything we've learned over the last two decades since the Columbine massacre Three minutes after the subject turned to the west building there was sufficient number of armed officers wearing body armor To isolate distract and neutralize the subject The only thing stopping the hallway of dedicated officers from any room one 11 and one 12 was Janssen commander Who decided to place the lives of officers before the lives of children The officers had weapons the children had none The officers had body armor the children had none Officers had training the subject had none One error 14 minutes and 8 seconds That's how long the children waited and the teachers waited in rooms one 11 to be rescued And while they waited the on seed commander waited for radio and rifles Then he waited for shields Then he waited for S.W.A.T. Lastly he waited for a key that was never needed The post column mine doctrine is clear and compelling an unambiguous stop the killing stop the dying You can't do the former unless you do You can't do the latter unless you do the former This is Disgusting
Report: Police in Uvalde had rifles earlier than known
"I'm Mike Gracia reporting to reports say police in ivaldi had rifles earlier than previously known Documents reviewed by the Austin American statesman and KV UE TV show police officers armed with rifles and at least one ballistic shield stood in a school hallway for nearly an hour while a gunman killed 19 students and two teachers at rob elementary in uvalde Texas on May 24th According to the reports the officers with heavier firepower and tactical equipment were on the scene within 19 minutes of the gunmen arriving on campus far earlier than previously known The information is to be presented to a public Texas Senate hearing on Tuesday Federal state and local authorities are looking into the delayed response by law enforcement I'm Mike Gracia
HUD's Tactics to Weaken & Destroy Zoning Laws for Democrats
"Their new tools are accessory dwelling units a to use which can be apartments or garages and stand-alone dwellings Large multi-family transit oriented developments and surrounding train stations and bus depots The efforts are being fueled by housing activists and progressive think tanks like the brookings institute Which declared in a January 2022 article quote by some measures the suburban counties around New York City have some of the worst exclusionary zoning in the nation To understand the hostility to suburbs some background is useful The initial strategy was to usurp local control through litigation brought by hud It had limited success because to eviscerate local control had had to prove racial discrimination Which by the 80s and 90s had been largely eradicated Saha tried other tactics in 2900 and a housing activist forced New York's Westchester county into a settlement to build 750 units of affordable housing due to the county sloppy reporting of its federal housing grants The hunt then hud tried to use the settlement as a wedge to expand agreement And forced Westchester to sue individual municipalities to change their zone Hud's efforts failed due to its lack of statutory authority due to New York's constitutional protection of local zoning Because then county executive rob astorino now running in the Republican gubernatorial primary to challenge hackle Fought to protect the municipalities
Why You Should Never Try to Scam a Mobster
"One night a couple of guys came in and they ordered up a bunch of alcohol, Rebecca notices the car comes up stolen, their credit card comes up stolen or says fraud, something like that. She replied to ally. Alex, just how much they drink. And she says a lot. He's just good. Let them keep drinking. So she doesn't say a word. These guys keep drinking. Keep ordering drinks and popping them back. And finally, ally brings over a bottle of champagne. Hey, guys, I see you spend a lot of money. Yeah, yeah, it's great club. Thank you happy. Let's see, guys. Watch out some more drinks. Come to the back. Me and my partners will have a nice drink on your arm. Oh, that's really nice here. They're going it back. They meet the guys. Well, ally says, I want to show you my wine collection. Come down to the basement. They go to the basement. He and a couple of guys put this one guy in chair. And hit him with phonebooks across the face. You rob my fucking club? Well, you have no idea. This guy, he was ordered to go out and get the $5000. They tried to fleece from the club with fake credit card. And an extra thousand just for the bartender and ally to taste, right? He swore he'd do it before the morning. They said, if you don't do it, we have your license. We know who you are. We know you live. He did it. He came back and somehow got that money but the next day afternoon. That's the kind of shit I saw and was around, not the nightly basis, but I want to on a pretty regular
Deputy: 2 officers had chance to shoot Uvalde school gunman
"Two police officers reportedly passed up a fleeting chest to shoot a gunman outside the uvalde Texas elementary school before he went on to kill 21 people inside A senior sheriff's deputy tells The New York Times that two Yuval di police officers had the chance to stop Salvador Ramos before the rampage inside rob elementary that killed 19 children and two teachers The unidentified officers one of whom was armed with an AR-15 style rifle said they feared hitting children playing in the line of fire outside this school That's what chief deputy Ricardo Rios of nearby zavala county told the times Rio says the officers chance of stopping Ramos pass quickly perhaps in seconds previously authorities said a school officer drove past the armed Ramos without seeing him and police inside this school did not confront the gunman for more than an hour I Norman hall
Democrat Strategist: We Have to 'Scare the Hell out' of Americans
"We're used to seeing people steal and rob and rape and pillage and get away with it because lunatic radical activists don't think people of color should be behind bars. That's what this boils down to, we all know it, we all know exactly what the routine is. So listen to a political analyst on MSNBC named Cornell belcher telling that insufferable Nicole Wallace yesterday what the Democrat party should be doing. Whether or not it be telling women that you know what women, you think you're losing your rights now, what do you think's going to happen if we don't have democracy? You know what African Americans particularly African American men who are showing the lowest motivation to turn out in this midterm, you think things are tough for you right now? Where do you think you're going to stand in a country in America where there's no democracy where they have absolutely no interest or at all and respecting your respecting your respecting your rights? We've got to get these people understand that they've got skin in this game and they've got and they got scared hell out of them because quite frankly Nicole, they should be afraid that we're going to lose our democracy. We got to scare the hell out of them. That's what we got to do.
Defining the New Right With Saurabh Sharma
"There's a lot of different directions we could take this conversation, but I like having thought leaders that are in the movement, but not necessarily focused on the politics of it, but more on the philosophy and the general direction of where we are headed, ideologically, it's very interesting to me as many people know on this program. I've talked about that I was once kind of a naive neoliberal, because I thought that was the country we lived in, and I thought that the other side would just stop it with their intense game playing and their bullying if we would just kind of come to a detente how naive I was. The new right the new conservative movement understands what time it is and what is necessary to reclaim our great country. One of those thought leaders is someone who runs an organization called American moment, American moment dot org, and that so rob? Sharma, welcome to the program. Thanks for having me on Charlie. So a lot of different directions we could take this. Let's first just give you an opportunity to introduce your organization, American moment, what are you seeking to accomplish? Sure thing. Well, the way I like to put it is that we have a what and a why. During the last year, the Trump administration, I was looking around, I'd had some experience working in Texas politics, thought I was just going to go to the private sector and retire from that game for a while, but I felt like this revolution that president Trump had started in the Republican Party and the conservative movement. It was, it was at risk. Because people were looking to go back to that dead consensus as soon as president Trump left. So we thought that there was a major need to build infrastructure for this new right. People who take immigration seriously who think that maybe these endless wars have been a bad idea to think maybe it wasn't the best idea we'd be industrialized the country. People who are actually willing to fight on culture. And one of the pieces of infrastructure that was really missing was that the personnel pipeline is completely broken in American politics, especially on the right. You just don't have a pipeline of talented, capable conservative, especially in this way. People moving into these roles that no one elects, but have enormous amounts of power. The people who undermine president Trump from the inside of his administration for the better part of four years. So we decided to create an organization that would build up that pipeline from scratch. That's what American moment is. The what is personnel and the why is this America first agenda that ranges across all the issues. And that's actually capable of a animating a right that's useful to the country, but also right that can
Pastor Michael Youssef on the Rise of Misled Churches
"Folks, welcome back. I'm talking to my friend pastor Michael youssef. He's the author of a new book never give up holding fast to biblical truth in times of danger and despair. Michael, we're talking about a number of categories of people. I mean, look, there are some people that are flat out insane and we're not really talking to those people. But we see people that have gone wrong. They've made a mistake and they've decided in some sense to compromise to make peace with the spirit of the age, as though that were possible, we know that's not possible. So some people are assiduously avoiding politics. Again, as though that you could possibly preach the gospel and avoid politics, it's preposterous and they're misleading millions, but they're also some who are genuinely going woke in major churches around America. It's even more horrifying. I know that our friend Solomon password mcclain Bible church, whatever left in 2017, and that suddenly they have a pasture that's taking them in a different direction. There are people who come to these pews. They have no idea that suddenly things have changed and they're being misled. It's genuinely horrifying. Sure. In this case, actually 40% of the congregation walked out and left. According to their statistics and their numbers, their reports. It's all documented in my book. 40%, some of them are one of the founding members back in the 60s and they wanted to have a Bible believing church and non Solomon preached the gospel without comparable. Compromise for years and even the current pastor who initially had a zeal formation, but all of a sudden his zeal for mission and evangelism almost took him the way of rob bell, who says, oh, hell is stopping people from coming to Christ. So let's say there is no help. Well, what are you going to save people from? And you're going to save them too. And as soon as we just want to talk about the love of Christ, well, for how long for this life alone, Christ left heaven came to earth, died on a cross, so that he may save us from hell and take us to heaven. Of course, you make our life meaningful and so many blessings in this life, but this just the icing on the cake, the very reason why Jesus said he came from heaven to save sinners. And if we ever give up on this, we have given up on the Christian faith
A Detailed Refutation of Bill Barr Who Slandered '2000 Mules'
"I want to focus in on some remarks that were made, well, vote by Bill Barr and then separately by Liz Cheney on 2000 meals. I'll get to Liz Cheney a little bit later, but I want to start here with Barr and here is just a glimpse of what Barr had to say. The election was not stolen by fraud. And I haven't seen anything since the election that changes my mind on that. Including the 2000 mules movie. So I want to begin with the kind of fat guy laughing. It was kind of detached from the rest of his comments. And it was, there were two elements to it. It was a contemptuous laugh on the one hand, and also a sycophantic nervous laugh on the other hand. I've watched it a couple of times just to kind of gauge what bar is really up to. And as I was thinking about bars kind of laughing, it reminded me of these really fat kids in my school in India. And I noticed that they were always like, and I think to myself, why are these rotund kids? 7 years old or 9 years old, so good natured. They occurred to me while it's really two reasons for it. One is they can't fight. But the others they can't run. So as a result, it's like good nature. And this is bar. He's a very strange character. If I try to think of him, he reminds me kind of of the stereotypical small town sheriff. You know, the kind of overweight kind of immobile guy who can't really move around. A rank and competence, you know, you have the whole town is being robbed under his watch, and then when he's asked like, how did it happen, sheriff? You know, there were fats I was like, I don't robbed what? I think it was a robbery going on. So this is bar. The unseriousness of his approach really a little bit startling to
"8 piece four time geffen cool bar the defending World Series champion braves won their 11th straight game beating the pirates 5 to three Adam Duvall Homer twice and drove in three while starter Kyle Wright struck out 7 over 6 innings of three run ball to earn the win Other Major League Baseball scores the Giants completed their first sweep of the Dodgers since 2016 with a two zero win Carlos rodon allowed just two hits and struck out 8 over 6 scoreless innings It's just something that you know we want to build off of keep this momentum into tomorrow and these next coming series The Diamondbacks ended the Phillies 9 game winning streak in a 13 to one route handing interim Philly manager rob Thompson his first loss since replacing the fire Joe Girardi Other national league winners the mets brewers rockies and reds In the American League Matt Carpenter went deep twice and drove in 7 as the Yankees pounded the cubs 18 to four correspondent Tom merriam reports The acts who have won 11 straight at home to command early scoring 5 runs in the bottom of the first Isaiah kind of falafel and Joey Gallo each hit it to run double Carpenter then blasted his first of the day at three run shot in the second to make it 8 one New York This is a really special group of people in this room It's more than just talent I watch it every day the way they compete Other AL winners the Astros Blue Jays raise Red Sox guardians rangers and Orioles In golf Rory McIlroy finished birdie birdie to hold off Justin Thomas and Tony finau at the RBC Canadian open Here's correspondent Graham agar's The Irish man was tied for the lead with Thomas with just two to play but a two shot swing on the 17th secured the victory his first title defense and his 21st career went on the PGA Tour Going up against guys like JT and Tony and coming out on top That's something to feel really good about Female stole second place with the last whole birdie Thomas claimed third And Daniel Suarez held off Chris buscher to become the first Mexican born driver to win a NASCAR Cup Series race in his 195th career start at Sonoma raceway Geffen kuba AP sports
Slain Uvalde girl remembered as caring and opinionated
"More than two weeks after the massacre at rob elementary school in uvalde Texas funerals continue for the 19 children and two teachers who were killed I'm Ben Thomas with the latest Ten year old Alexandria anaya Rubio was known as Lexi her mother Kimberly mata Rubio described her daughter to members of Congress at a hearing on gun safety this week She was intelligent compassionate and athletic Lexi played basketball and softball like her father a uvalde county sheriff's deputy The family asked mourners to wear bright colors to her funeral Saturday because Lexi loved them She was quiet Shy unless she had a point to make Her mother a reporter at the local newspaper says when she knew she was right Lexi would stand her ground She was firm direct voice unwavering That's for guns Kimberly mata Rubio told the hearing We stand for Lexie And as her voice we demand action I'm Ben Thomas
Uvalde Police Chief Shares Details on Shooting Response
"For the last two weeks, the police response to the ivaldi school shooting has been called into question and it's the school's police chief who's been facing some of the harshest criticism. Suzanne brunner's with us this morning in Suzanne. He is standing by his actions. Yeah, this is the first time that we are hearing from you valdi schools police chief. Pete arradondo. Now in a phone interview with his attorney standing by, he spoke with our partner, the Texas tribune to talk about what he did inside rob elementary during that attack, despite being blamed by state officials who say he failed to take control of the police response. And made the wrong decision. Arradondo insists he took steps he thought would best protect lives at his hometown school. Now, arradondo told the tribune, and he made a conscious decision to leave his police radios where he first arrived at the school, so he could run into this school without dropping them so he could have both of his hands free in case he needed to use his pistol as he thought would be a very likely outcome. Also revealed he never considered himself the incident commander of the shooting response. Here's a portion of that interview with Zack disbarred the Texas tribune during our 10 p.m. broadcast last night. The chief said that at no point he gave anyone any order and didn't provide any supervisory role. He certainly didn't say to any officers to stand down or stand by or not do everything they possibly could in his estimation to stop the shooter.
"rob i" Discussed on Good For You
"So i had no feedback whatsoever and until we started doing the live show. Yes just a good thing. I'm not complaining about it because when somebody's we're we're just working in a vacuum and then that created what our what our process became and continues to be to this day which is if it makes us laugh. That's the only thing that's it and do you have any like dumb. Writers jokes like just dumb ones that no one would know that like like an inside joke. That's been going on this whole time. Like like the dumb ones. A lot of writers rooms do as you know in. It's regarding our e you know semi-colon what's the thing that's dots on top of each other. And then ray mark right ray mark and then and then people go like he's not available like just stupid. It's so dumb but we say it to make fun of the people that would say that. Or like the who. Jackie in roseanne. That's a big one anytime. Jackie so are there any. Like i sonny dorks i can tell you that for years and years and years one of the things that we would say is there's a. There's an episode that we wanna do you come in the first the first day. And you're like okay. I want to do something about this. What about this. what about that. What about this. And then i dunno starting season like sit five. We were like. I was like i want to do an takes place entirely in a waterpark. Just just the waterpark. And then we break the rest of the season and then we'd be like let final episode. The waterpark is not really working and then the next year we'd be like okay. We wanna do this episode. I wanted to that water. And then and then i think it was finally season you might be able to look it up twelve or something where i was like okay and then of course. We have to do the waterpark. And then and then for whatever reason maybe because we ran out of other ideas and we were like fuck it and we just put it up there and we decided that we were going to break the story and it became like one of the favourite one of the best episodes of sunny. We ever did my on for ten years. It was always just sitting up on you. Do in your waterpark. Episode was always like derogatory the fucking. The water waterfront story broke is insane but it seemed to work because i was thinking about mythic quest. I do in the next season. Believe they should have to be in charge of building the amusement park version quast. That's a good pitch. I know that's a really good. Yeah i also think that..
"rob i" Discussed on Good For You
"That's what they say mythic quest. Let me noodle on But anyway. So i i decided okay. Rob's coming on the show. He's really tan right now. Because he's doing playing. I enroll admit the questions really tan. It's summer it's july right right right. What people make fun of me and they said look like who's the goblin in lord of the rings manson more. No not one. That's the ring bud fishes. Yeah bala is read my comments. Wow i'm really learning that you guys do not read the youtube. I read every single you to the insults about me blocked. All of them word me. We were busted old not funny. Crusty dusty musty. So i was thinking about what it was a sunday rob was coming in. I just talk a little self tanner. It's been a minute you know. I haven't put on self. Tanner in a minute. You can see the veins in my temples. My face is translucent to this point. And so i didn't wanna look like i had scurvy in the interview compared to him. I've blonde hair already. Looked like jaundice. So i took my little tickets to write it. Oh my god you got. It breaks my cell phone to me. Also tanners of the same. The sally hand the one. That's five thousand one hundred dollars. So i get it. You know you spray in on doodoo in a bottle and put on before. I put my makeup on 'cause i was like okay. It's just gonna give me the. I just made a fake line in my head of when it was going to hit ray right. Oh god i put it on at like noon. And then put makeup bond and then he came at two. So i was like i'm gonna sunkissed sanchez. Yeah sun kiss right right. Just half a basil. So i didn't wanna look crazy right. It hadn't kicked in. I do have like a bronze glow. And then i put on my bronze for. Oh god and then we're talking ten minutes into the interview. I see the monitor. And i see that i have a kid mark mark on the side of my face. It looked like a bruise for it looked. It looked like that photo of lindsay lohan. When she was in court and she had just a brown line on the side of her face. So i caught a glimpse of myself. And i was in a panic. And you know when you get a pit in your stomach and it's hard takes a shit in your chest like of all the interviews. This is the one i mean. He full rachel dole's all no he didn't say anything and of course for me to be like island tan like shallow to even talk about myself at all. I was like so embarrassed. But so i was distracted and a little bit nervous enthrone and it's probably something that nobody would notice but me no i think other people. I not unlike this insecurity. That only i have noticed. Acp been ringing off. Have to block out black face them. I mean it was like justin trudeau level. It's just like a comical contour line but you can see that during the interview. When when i'm listening to him i'm my face is in my hands listening rodin thinker. But i'm really just trying to life makeup off my face like i'm fully now..
"rob i" Discussed on Good For You
"Yeah emily you've never seen the ngo song i've never seen the show to. Is it making your way through the world today. Emilie's uncle wrote winding roads. What's it called country roads and she thinks she's lived like a musical genius. The arrogance to sing whatever that was the cheers theme song. Oh oh yeah because we can afford that. Thank you can afford boop boop boop. I did pay for that and the check cleared. I'll have the great rob mcelhinney is on the show today. The great rob mcilhenny rob mcilhenny is here. Just how is this possible. Mac like big mac. Mcelhinney mcelhinney mcilhenny. Mcilhenny rob mcilhenny devastating. Because is your best friend. Like i bet spread. He's learned best friends now. Rob mcilhenny no mantle. Honey rob mcilhenny the fact that the and the c are so close to each other. It's confused is slightly confusing. A lot of people struggle with this. So why does it. I'm not gonna not clear. True friends can do this. So rob mcilhenny. And i rob mcilhenny and i have an understanding. Which is that every now and then i'll mispronounce his name so that he knows how good so we gotta keep him humble. He's getting a little too famous. He's getting a little too successful campbell. Is it's going to be my last name. One day so i he and caitlin are very in love which is funny because i love her too so i want them to be together but i want them to be happy. It's going to be hard for me when he falls in love with me and she's hurt but i think she can often. I don't think there's enough to kill it in the world but what i pronounce something right. I guess myself. I must be wrong about it. Let's called self-esteem folks. anyway way. You know him from creating an starring in it's always sunny in philadelphia my second favorite show after cheaters. He also created and stars in mythic quest with some super brilliant people. I love this show so much. I also love that. It's technically called mythic quest raven's banquet and he goes out of his way to name his show really long names because he thinks it's funny which is so brilliant. I have to say i'm a true fan. I did not invite him on the podcast for the longest time. Because i just didn't want to ruin my fake relationship in my head with him. And i do think i bombed the interview. I spent like a day with benton benton utterly console me. I don't i think it's going to be fine. I just insecure about it. Because there's so much to ask him and he's so interesting and he's so smart he's so funny hot. Okay let's just let's keep it professional and i also panicked at the beginning of the interview. And you know that. If i get a little wizard coleman you get somebody in your seat a worm thought worm thought like you know what something worms what is called lug noodles noodles..
"rob i" Discussed on SmartLess
"Of our culture our fellow humans. Yeah very very kind of you to sean. How does that fuck it. Feel to hear that. From rob of all i leave it sweet. We always say the power of comedy you can achieve so many things at the power of comedy and educate people without them knowing it you know because you bring them along and you bring them in but you know i remember the show donahue back in the seventies eighties right where he's like. Today we have on congress person this and we have a gay person on and that was that was the subject. There was a gay person on the. What's it like being what what a surprise that. We're all norm. We're all just like you. It's like newsflash. We're all human and we're all part of the human race. Nobody's funny. I would just thinking that like how how important first of all how amazing that must feel knowing that. You've helped whatever way you know. And it's never enough as you know it'll never be enough. They'll be critics. Who long late again. But you did this or you did that. Like fuck it who you know. You can't please everybody all the time. But the fact you're able to that robs able to say that and really mean that must feel amazing. The fact that i realized and asking you about your your upbringing that way that you have been friends for almost twenty years and we've never really talked about that but isn't that such a win. I guess so that we've never talked about it that it's normal. Yeah i guess and other people would say well. You're insensitive for not having asked. I never knew. Do you ever feel that way. No never ask why we're friends. Yeah yeah exactly. But that's because you guys are evolved educated and normal and all of those things and the other thing to bring it back really. Full circle is rob. I dunno if you sean until you know what he was out the allergist he's because he was allergic to less. Yeah no just a wrap that up. Thank you for saying that's very nice At the show is just bigger than all of us. And i was just happy to get a job and then it became this byproduct that we did all of this for to educate america without them. Knowing is what. I was saying very grateful for you saying that it does mean a lot and and you saying that actually helps even more people and we got a long way to go. And i'm so glad you are educated. I want to say very loved seeing this exchanges to rep my own rep. I love it so much. I love sean. So much highlight guys. Just thank you. Well yeah day okay. And i i the sorry i say this to you guys all the time to be the unknown acceptance of a gay guy by straight men is a big deal because it's in. We grew up in our dna to believe that. Oh all straight guys have a problem with gay guys you know. And so and we're always walking around with the added layer of. Will they accept me for who i am instead of. You know anything else and of course we of course we still have to educate people. 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"rob i" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
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"rob i" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
"Rob. I really that voice message in the track is incredible added to the video. while that's that's again all christine's Creative vision and it was. I recorded the track and you know what it was totally her She inserted it. Shape was her idea. She called me. One day i was. I was shopping and she called me. She goes okay rob Just call me back and break up with me. And i said why and she goes. Yeah i just want you to call break up with me. And and so you know. I sorta sad my car for a second. I thought well this and Anyway though I literally called her her Answering machine and that was my first take and then she said she texted me right after she goes Terrible she goes it. Sounds real right and so anyway we have if i ever break up whether we have that As far shadow as a terrible thing to say. I don't intend on breaking up there. So but i was all her idea and i think it added a really neat juxtaposed. You know You know and again you know she she. She was one that started the acting in the video as well. Just the dominion playing. yeah. Great video artist. Thank you so much boy. Be pleased to hear that because she has a real creative artistic i for sure i intend on exploiting that in the future i would absolutely. I know it's upside but i love that video of oda cody. That's okay well. That's another christina creation It was actually a christmas as she has. Probably one of the sweetest dogs i've ever met and i've met a few sweet dogs in my life and It's just. He's a lovely soul. He's a cockapoo. And i tend to be a dog whisper. Dogs tend to take to me and he's he's become my little. Buddy was really a christmas gift to Chris and her two daughters and then camera remember why i leaked it to her but she oh you know because we wanted to to film video to present to her daughters on christmas right and And yeah so. That's how that came about and we've actually. We've discovered a talent between the two of us. Pretty mess was one of them and then we had a friend that had a birthday party. That fiftieth birthday a week or so ago and we literally composed. What i consider a really clever little Birthday song for him and then she directed the video forum and because his friends were asking for video birthday messages and we sent it in and it ended up being the highlight of his birthday Thing so yeah it's fun so she's just I think at the beginning of her Game and she's done stuff over the years but she's really getting quite adapt it video and editing with her phone. It is yes is amazing. I can recognize her talent. Like right away After interview christine. I love it. I would love that. I love talking to also very successful realtor if you ever Oh gosh it's funny. My husband and i were looking that piece yesterday. Yeah we're not we're not for why okay. Well you never know why. This is all about connecting shea. Life is about connectivity i find. That's what spiritual spirituality is to me is human connection. Yeah yeah put out. Good and one thing i'm gonna destroy other another great i to talk a bit about the next track That e coat with mike reno triumph over tragedy so that came about in two thousand and seven. Actually we i was. I was producing a record for an artist who's executive producer on that specific project so he was the investor in the executive producer on the project and may make the story Long story short. He was the ceo of an investment bank that Was on the seventy the no the eighty sixth and eighty seventh floor of the south tower. The day Nine eleven the towers came down so on that day he lost His one hundred and seventy employees. He lost over half of them. Which in that tragedy and he wrote a book on the rebirth of Just these sort of american mentality that that occurred over that that the preceding decade but of his company specifically and He he ended up investing in this artists that i was producing and from the beginning of the rebuilding of of ground zero. They did stopped camera. Animation they literally filmed Over the decade in and twenty eleven when they did the ceremony of The ground zero Statues and the light. You know the lighting. Cbs had done a documentary of the rebirth of ground zero and They called it triumph over tragedy and we had the opportunity to write the theme song. And i was writing with mike reno at the time for this artists. Artists was Barb bowman. And the project was random robbery. And mike and i i wrote a few tracks on that record and then we ended up writing the track the theme for that documentary triumph over tragedy. So that's how that came about and it also started a you know a nice ongoing organic writing relationship with mike. The singer from libranoy look to talk about that next Right now we're gonna hear the track triumph over tragedy..
"rob i" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
"It's a rob. You were talking that you're tracking something jason this week. What is your with. Yeah with ryan this week. Yeah dry my f. I wish it was jason. Aldean's i'm just kidding. I'm i'm. I'm grateful to be working with ryan. I know you are a lot of passion for this artists. So what is your typical traffic process whether you're the studio Well you know what. I mean at that aspect of the The recipe of recording. A song hasn't changed at all in I i would probably say in the sixty years that the pop world pop music culture has been. I mean it really started before elvis but it became you know phenomena in the fifties the amount of tracks has increased exponentially and certainly with in the digital world. We have infinite amount so tracks but the process the actual. The method hasn't changed at all. It's it's you know not unlike building a house right. I use the house metaphor a lot because It's just a very Effective and appropriate metaphor. You lay the foundation right which is the concrete bad and That foundation in musical terms is the drum track which is the rhythmic propulsion of attract the drums and the bass guitar right. Which is the the groove. The low end the bottom end and it again. it's the it's the rhythmic differentiation And and the bpm meaning beats per minute how slow or fast the track will be. and so. that's that's the that's the concrete foundation. And then you put up the the framework which is the harmonic information. Which is usually guitar or keyboards. And then you add you know some of the specialty overdubbed. Which would be the walls. And the drywall and all that stuff. And then The finishing touches and the the roof which is literally what keeps everything. Together is the lead vocal and i always tell artists And certainly bands. Because i've actually been producing virtually been producing a band from halifax for the last six months. And you know. I always Reinforce the concept with bands doesn't matter how great The drum sounds are how great the base part is. How great the guitar solo is the moment you put a lead vocal on any piece of music. Ninety nine point nine percent of the listeners era go is there so if you don't make sure that it is the absolute best performance you know. The the emotion is is there everything else is for not because we are To the human voice and the moment you add that into the equation in any situation. That's where our ears are attuned. So that's basically how you put together a track. You start with the bed track being the drums and the bass you add the harmonic information. They guitars and keyboards. And then you add the The glue the the the adhesive. Which is the lead vocal. And that's that's also the differentiating factor between one song to another song right. Yeah definitely very interesting explanation. Thank you for that so You must have a a a certain type of artists that you prefer to work with. I guess a selection process. Like what makes you decide because you had stellar success in the industry see you. Can you can spot talent. What makes you decide whether it's work with an artist or not. Well you know what. I be brutally honest with you. I've worked with like you said. I've worked with some of the most successful recording artists Certainly in canada. You know that has Has impacted the planet. You know in the last thirty years and there have been some artists that you know in some songs that i've been working on that you literally. You just have a gut feeling and you know that this has all of the elements of a hit song and just based on what. We've all grown up within pop culture right and the reason why it's called pop. Music is because it's what the masses have gened popular and You know when. I say masters. I'm talking about millions. Upon millions of people Have found that specific formula of verse pre chorus chorus. I pre chorus chorus bridge chorus out. to be what's palatable for us and we've we've made it to be the standard And i've worked with some artists set. I thought there's no way That this is ever going to to have a chance in in in any sort of commercial way and and and it takes off. So i would say i if an artist is genuine and has absolute drive for what their vision is because the probably the most interesting thing about working with artists. You know. here's an example shea year. There's only one shea wired like you yeah. We'll know that we'll ever hit this planet. And that's just a fact. There's only one rob that wired like me. That will ever hit this planet and just conversely ryan and taylor and and i'm working with this other amazing artists from tim and i was just working whether this last weekend lisa from i who is one of the best vocalists. I've worked with in twenty years and she is Young up and comer An and again. What's really unique about her is that. She's a remarkable vocalist in english and in french. She as her her father's full of francophone lives in quebec. So she has the ability to Effortlessly cycle between english and french and just a remarkable singer in her own right budding songwriter as well. So you know again. It's it's all about ambition drive determination. You know having said that though. I've worked with some very average singers. That have just you know surprised me beyond belief and again it's you know what at the end of the day. This is all kind of subjective. Because i i may have a certain leaning in terms of my taste about You know music is music and what i perceive as good music is unique to my tastes right and what i try to do for. Every artists that i work with is elevate their abilities their skill set and their skill level to a highest possible level. That i can produce for them and invariably from where they started prior to working with me to where they ended and ended up after working with me. has always been and i'm not tuning in hornets. It's you know it's been a fact it's been The results have been Outstanding so again if anything. My years in the industry have have given me the ability to to cut to the quick. Get to the point. You know they bring out the best. In each artist i work with and and maximize their their unique gifts that make them You know a lisa ryan taylor working with britney. I'm working with jake mathis. Who's i'm telling you this young guy. I'm just starting with him in march and he's a cross between john. Maher meets dave matthews..
"rob i" Discussed on Reports from the Spiritual Frontier
"While starving. and. Tortured. It is. Now that's the place where hope is most urgent. But it's hard to cultivate that. In the dark while starving and being tortured. Hope is a precious resource. I'm interested in creating a culture. That makes it more accessible That makes it more present in every room. For every person. From every walk of life. Without it. Imagination I think ceases to be itself. There's always gotta be some space. In the story that you're creating in your head, this idea that it can be better somewhere or hear. The this idea that you can be better somewhere or here bigger somehow Wiser somehow held warmly somewhere. Hope is the spinal column for that like in order to even imagine yourself in bigger better spaces or being held warmly, you have to have hope functioning in order to create that story in your head otherwise, what are you reaching for? How do you even know you can reach for it? And even if I answered that question always filling tangential I never know if I feel like I did I answer did I answer that question yes? Yes. You did answer that question very aptly in very powerfully, and now rob I, just wanted to invite you into this conversation to respond. Both to what Dominique shared and your own understanding of what it means to cultivate and protect our new imaginative capacities and what the role of hope is for you. I think some of the ways that I- i- tech, the the wellbeing of Meyer imagination imagination is. Is Uh. Through drawing and making. and. Gardening and. Bing ravenously hungry for interesting need music. From being in love from being in groups. So reading in as Dominic said. And also I've I, feel like. Dominate said he came from a from a tradition of storytellers sort of feel like in many ways, my experiences is the absolute opposite of that in in that. I I grew up in time. In the UK at, we just had the most awful education system, which kind of quarter is. Our imagination and. Humiliated are singing voices out of us and basically just was about learning and regurgitating, and I was going to the generation I think that really followed after punk I was too young for punk but that sort of post punk world was with the thing I loved about it so much was that it was a generation. Who with being completely failed by their education system educating ourselves. So every record there was, there was a band ice to local crass who who were pumped bond. annexed. Pope and who all of their records came with foldout sleeves with notes and essays, and this was pre Internet but..
"rob i" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee
"It's sad when they said well, okay. After wait till my next paycheck, and then I can have my two hour session with you on I'm thinking. Okay. But what about? Coaching Lab Site Marketing that all costs money. To Start Your starting a business how much does it cost? To start a solo business, what's the investment? The equipment? The training website will all the things you take those things into consideration when you're finding out if they're ready. Is having heard of. If they're financially, are you taking that in part of the equation to see if they're ready to do this whether they have the finances they have a time line. Is that all part of it as well? Without disclosing that, I've given discounts and certain people who I feel like okay. Let me help you out of my boost. Yeah. Yeah, and then you know like some people call me for a performance coaching on a audition and sometimes I say they say how much do I owe you? I said look if you book it. You're GONNA to me a lot of money. If you don't book it, you know pay me fifty bucks or something like that. You know so. Sliding scale. Makes you Corrado, that's what Uncle Roy would do. Hopefully people don't take advantage of Uncle Roy but some people do and then the catchphrase that comes out of me when there's the. Awkward. Silence when they're ready to say goodbye but nobody said anything about. Money. Is. Okay. So how much you want to pay? And if they're put off by that. Day. And I I thought were family. Knows this is what I do for a living, right? The mortgage company doesn't care how Villain Rob I. Can't right. They want Roy on your check they want him. Say Cash. So I look short answer or the long winded answer that we're doing here is. Yes and I do take payments you know. I'll take a third upfront than a third one. We reward in third when I'm finished and some people have taken advantage. What is what is your favorite tool that you use I mean growing up through the industry from your little tape recorder that you had What is a tool that you? You can't live without? It may not even.
"rob i" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast
"And I was like now I'm just going to stick it out I've already put this much in and and I think in certain investments. That's not wise to say, well, I've already got some but for that one that was worth it to me. And I remember. I scored my career high against one of the best teams in the conference, and we ended up losing a really close game at home and the sports information director invited to his office for the Post Game Interview, which I'd only done a couple of at that point and he's like Rob I. Know You've been here for years. What does it mean for you to be here to have this conversation that your career high like higher than a lot of your? Friends who've been playing for much longer than you and I gave him the the good answer about how grateful I was and like, and I remember walking down stairs and I call my dad and I just sat down and I cried because it was what I finally got what I thought I want it. So again that's me I'm an achiever I love to get what I want and I'll go through if I really wanted I'll go through whatever it takes so Yeah, and then you know after that I was like well, Shit. Maybe I could maybe I could. Maybe I'm thinking too small. Maybe I could take this even though I don't have a great I. Don't have stat don't check my stats moustache are not great. But when I got in the game bawled out and so I went to some camps have a coach that I still work with that was just call call me every couple of weeks and just gas me up on the phone. Tell me what to do I. Sign with an agent I was it was the summer of the NBA lockout this team in Germany The GM was the brother of one of the agents in the agency and they're like we're GonNa get you here. So I was fully prepared to do that and then the team sold. There were no other jobs. NBA players were taking jobs overseas and I am not as good as though. Yeah. So I had a choice again I got offered a job. I was doing an internship at USA boxing and I've been very upfront with them about my desire to play basketball and they're super supportive. And I was like, well, we can give you this job and you know until you figure it out and so I just spent every other. Time I had trying to be a better basketball player hired a trainer. I worked as a skills coach with high school kids and middle school kids with a some of my one of my good friends from USA basketball and worked at camps. I. Got to play against guys who are now in the NBA, NBA all stars in scrimmages I got better I.
"rob i" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast
"You are worthy of love and you are a success and a person with diabetes that that is valuable and I see you and I understand that. So I WANNA I wanNA focus on that first but go ahead I, want to say something really quick because man that is so profound and I'm GonNa take this in a really quick sidebar. So what you just said right there. I tried to convey to my dad one time and I'm hoping I'm this is the one episode of the podcast that I'm going to recommend my family listened to I don't know that any move ever heard any of the episodes but because of Abbey and because of the things that you're talking about so that they'll better understand what she's dealt with but. One time. My Dad has macular degeneration, which means he has no central vision and it started when he was thirty nine until now he's you know. Frontier all intents and purposes legally blind has no only his peripheral vision. and. As a result I mean that kind of puts a brake on a of ambitions and things of course, being the head of the household and all that and I told him one time exactly what you just said Rob I'm mean you nailed it a dad. I said. All of these grandchildren and we as children have grown up watching you deal with this with such dignity to the point that most people that meet him would never even know that he has this has this this problem and said, do you understand the the heroism just in that? All of these grandkids are going to grow up looking back going. Wow you know papa had that and he dealt with any never really. We never even knew you never complained about it. He just did what he could do. So what you're saying for the top ones or twos out there. Understand people are watching you in just the ability to be able to live your life with positivity indignity Dude I. Thank you for saying that I think that is incredibly remarkable. So. Yeah I mean Gosh you know especially our parents generation. As men, you had this sort of provider complex, a lot of societal norms placed on you to provide for the family and a lot of things that if you're if you have something wrong with you if you even real problems that aren't your fault like macular degeneration. Yeah. That you've somehow feel less than and that you are not worthy of you know, I think we. As you and I do love to idolize conquers in achievers and hang banners and. And that's you know. Back to the Ferris universe..
"rob i" Discussed on The Coastal Athlete Program
"Little bit disappointed. Frankly because like Oh, I thought was going to get to do, but usually it's helping us in the water. Sometimes, if people are Real Waterman, get out there and house and people around the wanted to swim with a Meghan feel comfortable. We have lost opposite events, and it's not exciting stuff like selling Swag Elena's run a booth. He's lots of companies that will run golf events for us. Whole and kind of talk about when related to information stuff, that's mostly what our volunteers will do. Depending on how much people want to help just depends, but typically the the big pool of people. There is and for the record Jose doesn't let me carry him even when I tell them this is what we gotta do so. I don't think there's OH. Yeah, there's one other thing I wanted to cover because I think it's really cool. And I wanted to hear from you about Alex and Kyle did their early fundraising with one more ways, because I think that's your unique thing, and I think it's really cool and grassroots. You mind talking about that a little bit. Who asked her? How are they got farmer? What he be the t shirts? I don't know what story. Would point. And and Alex basically told me that for a long time. What kept one more weight? Going was going online and buying t shirts and selling t shirts, and that's really what got them going out the word out there which also got the connected into the people that can help donate well. That's a I believe. Isn't that still a good way to help? Support One more wave just as A person off the street. Just go online and buy shirt. Wants Louis. You can become a mobile. Advertising. A hat or shirt or something absolutely and was really cool is. Grown our hats shirts. Sir, whatever it might be on the site that helps us pay for almost all of our admin stuff for months now so. It'd be great where we're always trying to do it. We're at it would just Kinda were just now kind of going? Oh, yet to do marketing. Do you want to sell stuff? You have to pay a little bit. All the guys at one shirts three guys they're not donated to. We have to figure all that stuff like all the. All of us that WANNA shirt from for Naski or from one more way we don't donate. INTERESTING OUT! What? How does that work in the people that donate our parents age? So the donates A. All nonprofits her in their sixties and seventies right, it's not. Twenty to thirty somethings that like Cotija united means, so we have to up sell shirts. These guys we get donations from other people, so that's a big learning thing for us for sure. What we found is all the people that we meet. Donate or have done these things for us. It's all from our own. Networks you know it's funny. It's just for people. Know no somebody else. That's how it's happened every single time. It's never been like I'm going to call starbucks. They're going to do and they go. Yes, we like is never. It's never bats. It's funny how you know people now. It's all by your. Network Yeah Yep Hewlett Hollywood. I get it is really been the case for us like whether it's Novitsky. Rifle works making a gun for us. Know or somebody donating knives or helping US t shirts. Relationship so only if we could get a van sponsor, you know that would be great. 'CAUSE UNLV great. have an adaptive accessible van. Take our guys to the beach, just a little plug. One last question before we let you go rob. You know. Regular listeners to the show. Not I was sorry swimmer. And one of one of the few specialty ratings in the military that has an intimate relationship with star. Swimmers are parachute rigger because they're the people who stitch are knives onto a rescue harness. They're the people responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of all the year, so the first thing they teach. Our school is never pissed off parachute rigger. Did you have an opportunity to service a PR in the fleet before going to buds and if so? What was your opinion of the SAR? Swimmers while engaging with them. I did I went right from a school buds, and then. I finished buds. You're on I. Remember on one of my deployments on a carrier inside hung out in Pr Shack, trying to figure stuff out. Steel oxygen from those guys for ROTC bottles, but I honestly never around on I've met sock Sargasso never worked of them, so I didn't have any kind of relationship. Aircrew, or pilots or anybody I'm a horrible navy person. I didn't send any time. I know way more about the army and I do. A? Fair Enough I. Just asked because you know in Jacksonville. It's super school. They're constantly talking about tr's. There's one pr WHO's attached to the training command, and like as soon as that dude leaves the room. Everybody talks shit on him, but when he's in the room, everybody acts as if he's the most reputable instructor you know. And sometimes he puts his hands on in jumps in the water, so I just wondered if at PR school they just perpetually warned you about the Prima. Donna You know wearing their hair out trying to get away with not shaving 'cause. They're in the pool for twelve hours a day. I just didn't know if there was any practice. Prejudiced you against us in that school house. It's kind of only on the show day on a day Friday that we spend a little bit of time talking about the whole week. Fair enough good good. I'm glad to hear their containing it well. Rob I. WanNa thank you so much for making the time to come on the show. We know that you got a hard out and we want to respect that. Before we let everybody go. We want to remind you the there'll be a link in the show notes not only to one more ways website, and not only specifically to the Patriots go to donate, or we're going to have the link up there to help. We're still in. We're still trying to raise money to help Joe and his family take care of the medical procedures that they need to do you guys have heard Sarah race stories? She's been on the show. She was very open and honest with our community and talking about her experience. We still need help getting across that finish line, so please if you can. 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"rob i" Discussed on The Feed The Official Libsyn Podcast
"APP. Thank. Thank you danger through. Okay so this next e mail. It has a lot of stuff. Should I keep going there rob? So you'll read you read the email. And I will answer. You will interrupt. Answer us as we go through I created this one awesome. Hi, Rob I was using your show as a test to see where unique episode level artwork comes up on various platforms so for Apple I, really it really only comes up if you search on a particular keyword topic. Topic as opposed to the show name, and then look under episodes your apple podcasts. That's correct the key place. You're GONNA see episode. Level Artwork is in search results at the episode level. Would that be an I'm GONNA go down rabbit hole here because this is so confusing, so I believe that there's a different behavior for shows that you're subscribed to and ones that you know when I'm talking certain here. I'm talking about general search in the in the Apple podcast directory. In late night and your personal library great so I just want to clarify that people because there are always things that come up with that where you are subscribed to your show, and you're looking for functionality, and it's not working in one view. You have to understand that there are different views. On sometimes that come up depending upon what's in your library where you're looking at and whether or not it's the actual directory of Apple podcasts so anyway I'm putting them in there. Okay. On? I saw a comes up with the episode artwork in the Lipson Directory. Do you know if it appears in other top directories for offered? You are correct. It does appear in the Lipson directory and we made sure for directory. We showed off the individual episode. Artwork so folks. If you go to directory. DOT LIPSON DOT COM. You can see your individual episode artwork for your show. Host Lipson and are actually using individual episode arc, but most others not so much modify overcast stitcher Google podcast podcast addict iheartradio Player FM. If you go to your show, Anna Browser for those directories, you will not see any episode artwork for them. The only one I found the top aide places where people consume episodes that have the episode level. Our work was cashbox in their directory. That was the only one that I saw that showed the episode level art work out of the top, and that is when you're talking about this browser-based. When you go to the website browsers for them inside the APPS. They don't show it. Either really I went through and went to the websites for all of them for the most part except think podcast have. Dr- have a directory paging go to. OVERCAST DOT COM OVERCAST DOT COM or DOT FM but you can go to their website, and if you search through directory on the website, you'll see a list of episodes when you search for your show, but it won't show you artwork with them. The only one that had that we're showing our work again knew this person was in here about the directories looking through the directory. The only one I saw was cast of the topic. So why is Do you guys think that the more these platforms aren't supporting the episode level artwork? Is it because the percentage of people or podcasters that are creating up so level artwork isn't high enough, I. Think that my my thought is that they're just don't support that attack. There's what I think that it's wrong they need. There's a reason why they made that choice not to support it. Is it just because it's not enough value there for them on the listening side? Maybe they figure if you know, they show the artwork in any prominent way, and it's the same exact artwork doesn't look good it yeah, you know that that might be the reasoning because again. Most people don't, but anyway we we I think we can talk about that a little bit here at the end because it's one of the questions comes up to. Most podcast show that our work, but anyway go to the next one, and we'll get to the last one I'm guessing. The embattled player would include the episode. Artwork is correct. Yes, that is correct. You can see examples of the episode artwork in each episode tate today s dot Com and you'll see. Each player is showing different artwork for each episode..
"rob i" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Clip rob I don't but that's a so but I am you got everybody a whole lot you got to go to my mom and dad I love the way he starts off by hitting him with a Dennis Rodman junior browse all AIM come on and come on and come on what are you hung over my mom and dad are gonna see this Hey mom Hey Daddy's alcoholic go but no one ever so Scott relatos the undefeated quote contrary to what Mike said about me partying and hanging out I don't go downtown much I told my parents a long time ago about it they were prepared when they saw it they laughed and quote except around self has more about his interactions with Jordan starting with the very first practice together he said quote he comes out to be the first day and says Hey Scott Burrell and the fact that a teammate called me up on my entire name show that he didn't know a damn thing about me and that I was in trouble he said you thought you were good coming here because now you don't have to face me four five times a year but now you have to face me every day I'm like oh boy that made me nervous and quote and for good reason because if you got on Jordan's radar if you cut joints attention it was probably for the wrong reason and then he was going to hit with something fierce like in nineteen ninety seven which god was playing a preseason game against Philadelphia a member of the Sixers try to take a run at Jordan as Boro said quote Jordan was struggling a bit was implying great and the guy was leading habit then MJ goes over to him and says you're wearing my shoes why are you even talking and quote like scoreboard look up at it feet look down at them I'm a shoe seller your issue buyer shut the hell up scrub and there are other stories like the time Jordan invited Matt out world peace to place a pick up at a private gym in ninety one M. W. P. told Sam Amick and Joe Vardon did he in Jordan were battling in the post and then something happened quote I was denying with the left hand my right elbow went under his hand there was under his left hand it was grabbing me so I get his hand out of the way and then I hit him with my elbow on his ribs and the ref cause offense a file Jordan had wraps it every single run and the ref called an offense of found I'm like yeah and then Jordan wants like went like this what's inside it was like old I remember thinking like I think I heard Michael Jordan so I went home and I didn't leave my house for like two days and quote I mean one thing to get busted on repeat by Jordan but to be the guy that hurts Jordan it's a cardinal sin you can't undo that it's like the worst thing about small player could do especially if he's your idol and you heard that guy not only heard that guy but it turns out mata broke M. J.'s ribs and if you might get hurt mata I held a lot more that her Mike Miller said quote I can go back to the gym everybody's like where you at I was just home I was drinking some Hennessy and the bulls didn't hear from me and then my agent called me at the time was my bottle sting any called me and said Hey you all right and I said no I think I heard Michael Jordan and quote such amazing description of where matter was that mentally and where was that physically like nobody could find him the team to know where he was nobody knew where he was matter was at home smashing Hennessy because he thought he heard Mike can I get that I get that you're playing against a legend and then you heard a legend and not just a legend but the face of the league not just the face of the league but the most famous athlete in the world not just the most famous athlete the world but maybe the most famous person in the world no wonder mata did leave his house for a couple of days and was smashing the Hennessy I would be doing the same at that point you rather your ribs get broken denture Orton's raves at that point M. W. P. was probably wishing somebody it snapped off a table leg during that run and then run it right through its heart one of my friends you know he's playing basketball he was one of the game who is so competitive to they broke on a few select from my table and it through and went right to his heart he died right on the corner so I'm accustomed to playing basketball really rough you know I mean that is really rough really rough this is a crazy things in local runs but I've never seen somebody snap off a table leg in one of three some dude's heart in kill him right there alas I digress because this story about mata and Mike actually got worse this story started to make the rounds that mata had punch Mike we talk about a story that could ruin your rap for some reason like it's okay if Jordan is punching his teammates but if you punch Jordan in a pick up game and break his raids your the bad guy Jordan can break your face in practice and it's evidence of how competitive years and how is a legend would you break Jordan's ribs even accidentally and you're the worst guy ever thankfully for mata mai called him and said look things happen it's fine don't sweat it it's all good medic called a quote one of the greatest phone calls I got in my life and quote and it's a really really good stuff but let me close out this episode of Jordan's story time with this gem from Scarborough the story goes dead he was one of the guys who was willing to play one on one with Jordan after practice and one day he pushes Jordan to the limit it might be only holds on anyone seven a six brown wants to run it back Jordan says no when Scott asks why Jordan hits him with this and I quote so you can tell everyone all your friends family and relatives did you beat Michael Jordan if you win one of my going to say to my family I beat Scott Burrell shut it down let's.
"rob i" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"It will get into some trivia and some giveaways and will still be I hit the phones and get everybody on board let you guys talk which you have on your mind I'm sure people got a lot of stuff on your mind on a let me check in real quick here donkey rob I had tried to go to you earlier in your babbling away now did you have your mask honored you save that for at home when you get there with that around the Mrs these days well wait a second I would talk that's not the kind of mass you told me that your special sweetheart makes you wear late at night if you know what I mean well that's right I don't want to drag down the boozer surveillance and not even there's not some of the kids are still yeah when you get your rides was with no school going on so yeah you're right so a little bit too much activity problem that you know are really burns my mandate yeah the course the obvious joke is a fire about three feet high more than that what really bothers me is that you know I give the S. paean credit you're doing all the sports three runs in this game and that game but the casinos are closed the sports book is closed I can't find the book anywhere in the city that'll take up that I bet on what one of the words for example they could do that I hate to do yeah that's like going back your little worry money at all these people were on board why should not be allowed to put a dollars out of the game I know where it's going well this is I guess well that's god what's the was it about the system is so rigged right now that a lot of people are getting free money for not even be able to work but I guess the the reason why they did that the overall is that it was David B. to complicated and take too much time to go through and check everybody individually they want to have a one fix for all some people are gonna benefit some people not so it's kind of like being on the honor system designer system ever work anymore not around anybody I go around Washington we know that there's no water among the crooks no thieves of you know what I mean doctor about motorcycles earlier and I finally remember a famous British motorcycle that was highly thought of was called it B. S. A. R. can't remember what BSA spoke for but B. essay was inspired by the name of a motorcycle back in the sixties but it was British and there was it was you know it was kind of the British sexy version of Arley black pants well you know I I told you one of my good buddies is got a chance to buy it like I think you said was the sixty five Norton but he didn't tell me what size or what whatever and that in old timers looking to get rid of a lot of his cars and but I guess he's got you know some boats and a couple of bikes or whatever just generated cash all in but Dobbs anyhow so he wanted to ask me and I I just don't have any expertise on bikes from that from that far back all I can say I was kind of right now my bad interested say I got expertise on you I mean and put it in there and away you go a merry go you can figure that out but yeah it did bring back talking about that brought brought back some memories I was thirteen fourteen years old back in the sixties but some of the girls are hung out with some of the boys are that some of them Michael there was a moral law yeah there's some shows about that too and are there a lot of fun to watch that was the good old days that's well that's kind of re refresh my memory you know once upon a time in LA or Hollywood you know with the Brad Pitt did his award winning performance and his side kick there as a hell of a movie course I predicted is gonna be one of the best movies of the year and they they had pulled in all kinds of awards until they got there once upon a time in Hollywood you're talking yeah once upon a time in the LA Hollywood it's all the same you know Ali with LA it's all absolutely one one there is one other thing I was trying to all I will after we had talked earlier there was a somehow I heard shots about click on on on the internet look at Bill Gates virus all edits for twenty fifteen and he said every point of this program right on the button and right behind that there's a lady that comes on this was something they just made on Wednesday or Thursday at Southern Methodist University and she's given background on Culver Alex you know he ball R. Sargent murders all of this stuff was respiratory diseases all of a sudden she basically says we have stuff that is engineered and programmed and they got us right where they want to say god is scared to death and I can't I know I've said for months it's a hoax will people behind our hopes and I don't mean to say that god bless you but this whole effort is gonna blow up when the facts really come to the surface hello good nineteen is a re engineered words and sars elevated fifty something that'll stick in your lungs and just wait until round two comes well yeah yeah do you bring us all down so early in the night you know that there I think there's probably a lot of truth in the what that lady was saying what you're kind of reporting to the audience but so there's a lot of things just didn't adding up but I think the biggest thing is these doctors protest thing about this drug that they've got out there dead okay they can combat it and Donald Trump saying everything he's been seein is very very promising this drug's been around for a long time but they used to treat I guess lupus and that but Malaysia Kong heart problem if you're having a regular big deal if you're ready to take the pocket who cares about that band I want to be safe today and get rid of this dam covert ninety even stop by you know who there's a chance of a little problem on down the road her bottom line is kind of like whether you see your regular doctor or some doctors it'll do something like that your story you know prescriptions until you find your find your doctor archer prescription for that movie pack and Matt hydroxy compute corner what however you want and she said you better get that into your system even if you don't have a symptom you have headed to round it out and kill what you've got in your lawn well yeah round comes around around who's going to be the catalyst yeah I don't care you up they did a doctor robin thanks for pointing that out I'm gonna take a break but I mean no you're exactly right and I think the only problem I can give them much credit but here's the here's all bottom line Laura Ingram anybody can go back and I watch the rerun the Laura Ingraham show she had some top notch doctors scientists on early they were all talking about all this it seems like and this sounds conspiracy I know but died maybe big pharma might wanna wait until they get the chance to create and anti body or I think because if their stuff out there now in this generic you can get that medicine and have a prescribed right now today in save their lives but now you got jackass governors like up there in Michigan that did web in the one over there Nevada jadis thing say that you can't go out there to get this prescription they were gonna let the doctor know that jerk their New York home did the same damn thing so seems like some Democrats they want people dying now and today is set to get this medicine that could save them and Sean Hannity had Dr oz on and talked about how Dr oz got a hold of the doctor and they prescribed it and save one of Sean Hannity's friends was on his deathbed important ten dollars even if you don't see that yeah yeah well there you go Hey doctor rob I'll take a break so hang around and maybe join us later on in the boards all lit up we got some great callers to we'll take a little short break here ATM here with tax help him as.
"rob i" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Angry with you unless you believe in Jesus his father's anger will punish you for all eternity right even in those infant years of my of my Christian journey even in those years of discovery this version of the gospel seemed way way off I mean the gospel is not a transaction the gospel is not quarters in the gospel is not rooted in fear shame or anger what is more the gospel is not advice as to how to get saved this not counsel on how to be a nicer person it's not wisdom on how to be religious it's not advice on how to possess a proper moral code of conduct is not guidance to avoid pain and suffering or to live your best life now it's certainly not a definitive declaration on what political party god supports that is not the gospel so what is the gospel what is the heart of the story that rally says even here this morning first and foremost the gospel is good news for all people if it's not good news for all people friends it is not the gospel if it's not good news for everybody it's not the gospel I preached this at eight AM and I I had somebody somebody cry out say are you sure literally that happened at the eight o'clock service are you sure so I had to go off my notes rob I took off my notes and I had a recall that takes that we just came through during advent season when we heard the the angel appeared to Mary do not be afraid I bring you great choice of good news for all people many said all right.
"rob i" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"You can donate the organization is run by volunteers, and it is run by on donations. So by all means, please reach out. And yeah, we'll get you hooked up. Is it cost the gym to go into the program? Absolutely. Not it is completely free for the gym to enroll in the program and become an affiliate with mission. Twenty two all you're saying when you raise that mission. Twenty two flag is that this is a place that veterans can come and they can get physically fit, and they'll be part of a of a a team again. I'll be back as part of their going to be part of a squatting a lot of military guys do cross it. What's originally? How cross started? Is it started to get military personnel? Firefighters police officers get them prepared for what they were going to do throughout the day. And it was successful extremely successful. And it has to redefine the face of fitness. Just looks painful to me. Rob I can ally. Rob. I don't like a burpee makes you feel better burpee don't like you either. When I first found out about cross fit. It was I'm not even kidding. It was two thousand eight two thousand nine and I still have the t shirt that says pain is just weakness leaving the body. That's not my workout philosophy. That's you know, I mean good for you. I think that everybody has to find the thing that they love and make it happen. But I I would love if you could follow up on that question that I had because there may be a really specific reason why they focused on this stuff. So if you could maybe dig down a little bit on that I would like to know the answer about whether or not is just these two styles, or if if other things with work, I know, I can tell you that argue jitsu, Jim we have a guy who was blown up in Afghanistan. Basically the right side of his body does not work. And he still is extremely successful at Brazilian jujitsu. I've been choked by him personally. Nice. That's an endorsement, right? There is choking endorsement, I have Rob's number. I'll make sure that grant has it if you're listening you're driving. You didn't get that. Number Email me, I'm not gonna put it on the web directly. But if you Email me, I will make sure that you get Rob's number. If you wanna participate or go to mission twenty two dot com and get more information about this organization. The twenty two, of course, comes from these standard. Number that, twenty two Veterans Day killed themselves in this country. I have I understand the numbers actually higher now. They just released report yesterday awful, the Marine Corps is at a ten year high which terrible devil dogs. Please stop doing that. Yes. Call someone anyone reach out. Somebody is going to take your call. You just heard my number on the air give it out of reach about. We're gonna take a break for traffic. We'll talk to John Morrissey..