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How Chip Lake Became a Political Consultant

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:11 min | 5 d ago

How Chip Lake Became a Political Consultant

"Let's start off chip. One sort of give a little bit of your background and how you got started and all this. And the good part about it is almost like up front here to sort of keep us both out. Neither one of us are in this cycle really. I mean, we know campaigns and we've helped some others, but for the most part, chip and our experiencing something neither one of us experienced in a long, long time, and that is the ability to just talk about these campaigns without being indirectly involved in them. And I think I know from my perspective, it's been a refreshing. I know talking to you if it has been for you as well. But how did you get into this? It's a great question, Doug. So as you had mentioned, I went to auburn and I was to age myself. I was an auburn in the early to mid 90s. And long story short was a member of the college Republicans at auburn. And we had a state party chairman from an adjacent state, Georgia, come down to speak to us at one of our chapter meetings on, I think it was Tuesday night. Because his daughter was a member of our was a member of our college Republicans group. And that person was rusty Paul, who was the state chairman at the time for the Georgia Republican Party. He since went on to become a state senator. And now he is mayor of Sandy Springs. And I walked up to him after the after he gave a speech and I asked him if he had any internships available. And he said, absolutely call, you know, call me, you know, next week and we'll get you set up. And the reality is the rest is history. I was a political science and public administration major down there and I really didn't know what I wanted to do for a living. And, you know, I'm 49 years old right now, and I still feel like I'm in that position, you know? I mean, as you mentioned, this is my first cycle. Really, since I was a teenager, where I haven't been directly involved in the campaign. And it's been it's been a lot of fun to be able to watch this from the

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Pastrnak scores 39th goal in Bruins' 3-1 win over Rangers

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

Pastrnak scores 39th goal in Bruins' 3-1 win over Rangers

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Security Studies Group President Jim Hanson on the Latest Putin-Biden Talks

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:03 min | 6 months ago

Security Studies Group President Jim Hanson on the Latest Putin-Biden Talks

"He is a D.C. flamethrower in the best way former weapons, a special forces green beret. He is the president of the security studies group. And he's in studio one on one. Jim Hansen welcome back. Good to be with you. So much to discuss so much territory to cover. Let's start at the beginning of, well, let's start at the last 48 hours. We have the mainstream media. Desperately desperately trying to convince us, Jim, that Putin couldn't look into sleepy Joe's face because he's afraid of him. I am 100% certain that was not the case. I think Putin if anything had to be turning his head to stop from laughing into the camera. Did you pick your someone less capable of taking on a savage tyrant like Putin than Joe Biden, even at his best, that is best he was lost in space. Now he's barely able to stop drooling. There is no way Putin takes him serious. So what does that mean geopolitically? As the guy who looks at strategic stuff day in day out, we have a 100,000 troops to master along the Ukrainian border. We've got a guy called Stoltenberg in Brussels, rattling some rusty sabri Moscow with ill effect. We've got Merkel on her way out. We've got the UK obsessed with arresting people who aren't wearing masks is yesterday's quote unquote telephone summit. Is this just the prelude for him saying, okay guys, step on the gas. Yes, sucks to be Ukraine. Is the takeaway from all that? I mean, there is no reason for Putin to not do it unless Biden's actually got to pay off. It's worth it for him. Right. And that's the thing. That's the only way these guys are going to make any foreign policies by paying people. They already gassing up another plane to pay the mullahs. So the Iranian negotiations are just more proof that all you gotta do is put a little pressure on them and they'll cave. They reenacted the Obama foreign policy of cringing capitulation. And so Putin's going to take advantage

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 Biden touts infrastructure bill at snowy, rusty bridge in NH

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 6 months ago

Biden touts infrastructure bill at snowy, rusty bridge in NH

"As he faces sagging poll ratings president Biden has started a national tour aimed at convincing Americans that he's just signed infrastructure bill will help them his first stop was a rusty worldview Hampshire bridge that's been tagged as a priority for repairs since he was vice president one of two hundred fifteen bridges in the state the president says are structurally unsafe what happens the bridge collapses in those of fire another side is gonna take ten miles longer to get to the fire people can die I mean this is real this is real stuff the president says the bills the benefits are not abstract they will address dinner table concerns about C. for roads bridges drinking water high speed internet and

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Rusty Wallace on the New NASCAR Ownership Wave

The Final Lap

00:44 sec | 9 months ago

Rusty Wallace on the New NASCAR Ownership Wave

"Nascar legend. Rusty wallace is on and rusty. Talk about the new ownership heading into nascar. You've got michael jordan and pit bull colleague racing gase exiting all that stuff that you have some big star like michael jordan. You got guys like this. Those two that you mentioned. The i don't know what the impact then yet. But it's gotta be a positive way our thank you know and these guys are really acting like they love the sport. It's not they just wanna come in and try it half the fun what. They're putting a lot of skin in the game. I'm michael jordan. He's decided to go to car team outer drive. The other car detects a lot of money and a lot of sponsorship to do that and then you got pit bull who him and his ownership guys decided just completely by in half you which was a huge. I so introverted along all

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"rusty" Discussed on The Final Lap

The Final Lap

03:48 min | 9 months ago

"rusty" Discussed on The Final Lap

"Currently now leading is losing makes my dick trickle. He's over a twenty five point lead over p two and the current playoff leader has also changed hands. The current playoff leader is. Who's okay folks. Let's take a look at some driver. Picks for bristol. We have another night race another short-track let's take a look and see who can make some points for you. In your fantasy league. I'll start with the number eighteen cobb bush. He's got thirty one races at bristol. He's lead twenty five hundred ninety two laps that averages eighty three laps per race. We've got guys racing in the field that have raced for years and have not led a lap at bristol so looking back at falls race kyle started in the rear of the field and he worked his way up to claim the p two stage points by the conclusion of for stage. He went on to collect the first in the second stage as well. Remember kai was struggling last year. This bodes well for saturday. Night as kyle has picked up some speed as of late with three wins in the last seven tries. The car makes my lineup for another saturday night under the lights. All right now the nine car chase elliott is the next guy to make my line up. Let me tell you why in ten races. He's run chases earned the top spot in the average finish category at twelve point one. Oh he's lead over three hundred laps by leading three of the last four stages. They've run here at bristol. So track position will be important. You don't wanna go a lap down because you won't get that lap back here with chase starting on the second row. There's a good chance he will continue a stage point accumulation and maybe lead some laps. Him possibly bring home that checkered flag. And lastly we'll take a look at a ford since toyota and chevy have been covered so far the number four kevin harvick has picked up his pace in the last few races. He's in one of the best positions moving to the next round because he spent the whole season pointing his way into the playoffs. He knows exactly what to do to collect those all important stage points. Kevin has a lot of experience at the coliseum with forty races run and three wins to his credit with one of those winds coming. Just last fall. I look for kevin in that four-car to continue pointing his way through the weekend by going for the win. So that's it folks. that's all. I got for you for this week. Like i said we made it through two races. This is our third race. The points are really tight on both leaderboards. We have a good fantasy season going on this year and is going to be a battle all the way to the finish. All right folks. that's it for this week. I will be back again next week as we move into the next round of playoffs. So thank you again for hanging out listening to the vinyl weekly fantasy segment of the show. I am rowdy dragging. We'll talk to you again next week. Those are some incredible insightful. Amazing fantasy nascar picks from rowdy dragon for bristol motor speedway this weekend and we would only know that because we actually listened to it of course absolutely. We know everything that he knows so for sure. Oh wait wait a minute. Stop the show wait. We have to not only thank rowdy dragon for being on the program. We have to thank rusty. Wallace said f word in the in the middle there out of joe rusty wallace. There you go for being on the show. Thank you so much to those guys. Now the checkered flag flying on the show. Thank you so much for those guys. This has been the final app weekly. Catch us next week. Thank you for those guys where we will recap the racing at. Thank you for those guys. Bristol motor speedway and preview. Is it las vegas. We just said it. Y- most vegas all the stories in between thank you to those guys. Toby you and i thank you to those guys.

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"rusty" Discussed on The Final Lap

The Final Lap

03:16 min | 9 months ago

"rusty" Discussed on The Final Lap

"Slash the final app. Go look at the video. You'll see exactly what we're talking about. toby is Lobster out that's for sure it was bad it was bad news So we got lots on the program. Today i mean. How often is it that we have a hall of famer on the show not often. No i can be hall of famers at anything so well. Maybe i mean i mean. There's a chance we've done this. What almost seven hundred times. Maybe we should be inducted. That's funny maybe. I don't know but no. We have lots to talk about the hall of famer rusty wallace on the show friend of the show just an august got some news all sorts of stuff. Nascar didn't screw us this time. Yes ordering early yeah. We're recording early because baseball season. Starting for my My oldest and It just messes with our recording schedule. And he's got practice on wednesday at least this week So we had the shuffle. Some things around here. We are typically when that happens something big breaks on wednesday and we don't get to include it in the show. no we look like idiots. Yeah so the big stuff. Thanks to the athletic Revealing the schedule for next season early before the wednesday release and thanks to f ones Rada we now know about where the clash is gonna be on stuff so we've got a lot of stuff to talk about. It's a weird weird location inside of volcano. Who would have thought man. I mean it makes sense though. Yeah and it's a bowl shape and stuff. But i mean if it erupts with how safe these cars are. They've got to introduce some kind of risk into the sport again. And i think they've nailed it dascomb on at nascar's listening to okay. No that's my god. These guys are great. Honolulu it is. I would go to that race fun. That would be fun. How funny would it be if they're racing around the edge of the volcano and the rumbling of the cars is what actually sets it off. Finally that would be bad. Yeah that would be something. I could see the diamond. had five hundred though. That'd be so cool. I would be there and at people on waikiki beach. It'd be like what is that noise because it would just becoming out the top and stuff. This is genius. This is the idea guys. See we nail the all right. Let's head to richmond race. Number two nascar's playoff system for the round of sixteen. Let's run things down ten to one as we always do and ryan blaney nachos atop ten. Yeah this is a big one form because if you remember. This is one of the tracks. That's a big thorn in his side darlington as well last week is another one and last year. These are the two races where he just kind of came out Very flat had terrible races had a penalty to start things off Last year as well and that led to a first round exit from the playoffs a solid top. Ten here bodes very well for playoff hopes. He's pretty good. Bristol just has to avoid a little bit of chaos On saturday night and he should be in the next. The playoffs kyle petty said. Kyle busch was doomed. He's over not gonna make it out of there and here. He is in the top ten at number nine. Does kyle petty not watch the sport. I actually like halpenny. And he says a lot of cool. Things are done very well for us in the past. Yes but even you. And i call this. I mean headed for the penalty late in the race cow. Bush probably wins this thing. I.

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Alcaraz, 18, Upends No. 3 Tsitsipas at US Open; Osaka Out

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 9 months ago

Alcaraz, 18, Upends No. 3 Tsitsipas at US Open; Osaka Out

"I only all soccer is being upset in the U. S. open third round blowing a chance to serve out the match in straight sets eventually falling in a two hour battle to the Canadian light weapon and is the eighteen year old winning five seven seven six six four I just went on court with a lot of confidence on my serve trusting interesting that I'm going to hit my target said when I needed to and then and I did a soccer was rusty having skipped both the French Open and Wimbledon this year and lost her way in the match beginning late in the second set off and tossing her racket in frustration she may now take a break from the game immense action the third St Stefano sits a bus was stunned by the eighteen year old Spaniard Carlos o'connor has one in the fifth set tiebreaker I'm grand like us

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The Ladies of Strange Read Submitted Ghost Stories

The Ladies of Strange

01:29 min | 9 months ago

The Ladies of Strange Read Submitted Ghost Stories

"In a factory. There's this guy named. I don't know how to pronounce this. Fema oh sure they kind of took me under his wing anyway. The owner was cheap and did makeshift stuff to steam boiler or something that does not sound good anyway. It blew up killing female apologized saying that incorrectly. I found him. Oh fudge the place. Shut down after that years later. Bunch of my friends decided to go explore the now empty factory with only flashlights. We hit the second floor. It's a bad idea who with only flashlights. We and the thing and lower. I wanna like who intensity. I don't know how to read as i was walking. I heard voice saying stop. The and i looked down and saw a huge hole in the floor. Above a bunch of rusty machine parts. I would have died kudos to you for not. It wouldn't have died because he stopped. You know he said run our he said stop and i would have took off running like no voices voices loud noises His ghost saved my life. Look at job. Oh i hope that you served your purpose and now you can pass onto whatever otherworldly nonsense series out there. What other religion my tiffany. I hope you peacefully pass onto whatever otherworldly nonsense there is after this okay and my last

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Attorney says FBI investigating claims tied to DeShaun Watson

Michael Berry

00:17 sec | 10 months ago

Attorney says FBI investigating claims tied to DeShaun Watson

"There may be two FBI investigations going on involving the sexual misconduct claims against Texans quarterback to Shawn Watson. Watson's attorney, Rusty Harden, says the feds want to know if the quarterbacks accusers are fleecing him. The FBI is also looking into the allegations made by massage therapists against Watson.

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"rusty" Discussed on Dentists, Implants and Worms

Dentists, Implants and Worms

07:14 min | 10 months ago

"rusty" Discussed on Dentists, Implants and Worms

"And now your hosts dr justin moody gabe olsen and jeff smith welcome to another episode of dentists implants and were bringing new the world of dentistry. One vodka soda time dr. Obviously i'm not sued. Baritone of justin moody. We're taking over the podcasts. In studio one a tipperary zona get a quick shoutout out to Our one and only true sponsor boyd's wine and spirits up in rapid city. South dakota mount rushmore road than there. I have not been there. Actually i want to go there though so backs. I think they have a good bourbon selection. Today were joined in studio by another south dakota. Actually a couple of south dakota Randy usca whoop michelle caldwell. What's up and always from illinois's rusty felton brand-new mentor rusty. Spur the show. Thanks for having me. Yeah thanks for coming out man. it's So everyone knows michelle and randy so. Let's talk to rusty today rusty. Welcome to the crazy family. Yeah so the pathway. Fam- the your Indoctrinated now or Baptized or. how do we do this. As d- yeah say the hazings been pretty brutal this week. Thanks for dinner last night. Yeah as the newbie stay. I thought about outcomes still on the fence still. He's actually signed up already full price on the credit twice. That's good that's not bad. That's probably par easy in huddled in that little corner. Weeping in a ball sobbing. Emily so tell us a little bit about yourself. Where you're from where you practice That kind of stuff. i'm from chicago. Grew up in chicago went to dental school in chicago. graduated in two thousand twelve from. Uic and been placing implants in private practice ever since Practices my father. And then i've had some side gigs. Women still have them where i'm placing implants and doing extractions all that stuff on the side so travelling to different offices. Yeah i think the one point. I think there's three different ones i was doing. So yeah just kind of hopping around and especially with the way things are now cone. Beams access everything digitally. It's it's been really nice. So i've always wondered how it works. When if you moonlight like that like do you see them for a screening. I or like you walk in and you're like we screen and for you like you're doing something this guy. I've done both so like the one place. I worked at didn't have anyone who placed implants or had had any implant education so i was ten i tended to do the screening myself. The other at the least one of the doctors took an implant continuum was placing implants but decided. They didn't want to do moving forward. So they're pretty good at screening things for me. You know shoot me question here there. But we've kind limit eliminated like the initial screening process. I look at the beams. And just kinda help determine which ones i may need to seat for for council if any two or usually come visit that puts you not using guides very much. Actually i do guides a lot with it because they do that ahead of time. Yet they get the scans for me they get the colombians for me can come into you. You do nice so like well then does the follow ups because they come back onto your next scheduled so they do. The follow ups usually You know we're trying to. We're not immediately loading putting healing about and stuff so there just seemed for the follow up and so how do you get this kind of gig established because what i've seen honestly is kind of tough to get generals to refer to another general. So how did you get the relationship established with these different offices one. I worked at part time when i got out of school. So just doing everything And then you know. I kinda was there was another Practicing person in the office with my father so he was deciding he was gonna leave. So i was picking up more hours than just said eh cut back and so i i was done there for a month or two and then they called me like. Hey we'll get we're still getting kind of a good amount of cases. Would you come in for just for implants we're kind of fell in my lap base and then the third one. I'm doing now. Same kind of thing. They just called me up and said hey we wanna keep some procedures office Would you be interested in coming. So i really wish. More generals would look that way. Because obviously when you're referring to an oral surgeon and there's definitely cases it needs to go to oral surgery but when you think about it as a business owner like i'm gonna make some money and they can practice and people have been very responsive to it love it. They don't wanna go somewhere else if you can keep everything in house. That's a huge huge benefit to your patient advantage. You coming to them to like what mood you did where. It's like another office as a gp so use sliding in is a little bit staying in house at patients are seeing implants. Not as some experiment anymore. you know. they're just i z. Do implants semi up there. It's it's become very and main whatever mainstream means for sitting. there has been a long day lecture for him. And i oral sedation. What did you graduate two thousand twelve did you do. You did a mexico's right did yeah. I actually started it while. I was in dental school. So finished it. That's how there's some dental students in my mexico course. I'm like okay gunners some really cool. There's three of us from our class that took it and like i practice. My father was another kid whose father had gone through the mexicans kinda like hey this is. This is what you wanna do. Pathway didn't exist at that point That was the best education at the time that we could get And you know you think oh. I'm the only ones doing that stuff you find out later. People are doing all sorts of things before they get out of school. And yeah you know. I was not i was not. I was really lucky to graduate. If my patient cancelled laughing and i went to the golf course started drinking liquor store. Usc was actually really good. They had a. We were one of the first groups that had like a pilot implant program for some students could play some implants so someone school one. Yes i will i will. I will give you the entire course on dental implants that i got in nineteen eighty nine okay. It was a picture of a beagle hanging by a brand new mark implant on the said we think implants may come along in the future. Of course will brief brief mention some of my dad. And it's interesting talking to people here at pathway. That maybe i would say it's it's southern for sure. I don't know what the dividing line is but like in in up in chicago you went to school at lehohla doesn't exist anymore. They were like endo heavy and he's like it was drilled into our head. Implants are crazy. Why would anyone do those. No way we're doing endo or saving yet but here in the south people were doing implants like crazy so you know. It took a while for him i. He's been placing them twenty years now but you know the mindset for them to let go of that he was like you wouldn't believe how crazy they thought implants were and that was he graduated one. They've come a long way. But no i definitely had some mentors as well along the way some generals out of south dakota that it was almost like they hit it that they were doing. 'cause like only crazy..

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"rusty" Discussed on In the News with Mike Dakkak

In the News with Mike Dakkak

05:06 min | 10 months ago

"rusty" Discussed on In the News with Mike Dakkak

"You with today's update. I the pleasure of having rusty coons on the show yesterday. Rusty is a hollywood star most famous for his role on the sons of anarchy program on fx. We talked about a wide range of subjects. He is a california native born and bred. We talked about everything from censorship to donald trump to immigration to critical race. Theory in the subjects around that Transgenderism and the the agenda being pushed by people who are in favor of that agenda the lgbt agenda some people referred to it as an agenda. We spoke about a lot of subjects. And i think you will find this conversation. Very enlightening rusty himself has a very colorful background. Which you'll hear it comes out the entire interview about forty minutes. I'm gonna play about nine or eight or nine minutes of the interview for you here. And i hope that you hop onto the site and check out the rest of the interview because it's really enlightening. Rusty is a very very well informed individual. And i think you will see from the discussion that he is a patriot. Who is america. First all the way without further ado here's rusty. Coons rusty coons rusty people who are hearing you and seeing you for the first time we got a little bit of background on on you and your experience in how you got how you doing. My name's rusty combs. I'm in california. Been here my whole life. Sixty six years old. I've been in the motorcycle. Culture since about nineteen seventy four. So i have not necessarily been in politics most of my life or even cared about it In my culture we don't really have people in government that are on our side either way. We're always the victim of both sides of congress and it's easy for them they can. They can criminalize us than that profile us. Do all these things with impunity. Because we don't have any friends than government. So we've we've been treated like Like a minority for a long time and we happen. So when i've seen all the things that have happened followed every presidency and sometimes i did bothered about. Sometimes i did. But when i saw barack obama.

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Little Automation Tools in Python

Talk Python To Me

01:57 min | 10 months ago

Little Automation Tools in Python

"Rusty kim jae rivers. Welcome all of you to talk by tony. Thanks great to be here. Thanks thanks. Thanks a beer. It's really excellent to have you here to share this topic. A lot of times have people on the show like. Oh here's how we built instagram. Are we using this cool library to scale like the largest django deployment. Or here's how i built flask in our evolving it and something like that and data science and that's great but i think so many people out there listening like well. I'm not building those kinds of apps. I'm building something entirely different. I don't spend a little things. And i think actually that's where a lot of the magic is for everyone out there listening. You know we all have these things that are in our day to day and it's just like you know that is i. I'm not looking forward to that. But so many times a couple hours python or other codeine a little automation and then that becomes automatic and life is just you know it's so rewarding to do those little things. I am excited to share the ones. That i did. They're incredibly simple but there they just make me smile so much as i do them so really looking forward to doing that but before we get into the apps in the details. Let's maybe go around the youtube stream picture here and let you all quickly introduce yourself. Three of the four of you been on the show before bag. Just you know a quick instruction rusty okay. I gave my long introduction last time. Saw say that. I'm a reformed teacher. I've two years ago. I or maybe three years ago. I started coding. And then i had an opportunity to kind of become the data manager at my school district. So i'm trying to build a pathways between all the various services that we use and Keeping data clean. Because it's not like you had to leave the education space or the public school space. Just sorta transitioned into this world where you can take what you really into help. Everyone whether it was a great move for me. I was actually trying to learn how to teach coding to the kids. And that i really enjoyed it so so it was more than just the same time. Big data hit so it was

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New York's Legendary Mole People

Unexplained Mysteries

01:33 min | 11 months ago

New York's Legendary Mole People

"On a cold evening in nineteen ninety two journalists jennifer toth accompanied six new york police officers on their patrol through the new york city subway. She'd been inside the tunnels before. But this was the first time with a police escort. The cops hopped onto the tracks. Flashlights in hand. Toth was careful as she climbed down after them. Stepping over the electrified third rail the tracks were live which means that one accidental touch of the rail could kill her instantly as they walk deeper into the tunnel. Toth noticed a few discarded. Needles and glass vials. That used to hold crack cocaine a disgusting odor filled the space. She spotted human feces everywhere. The tunnel was silent except for the faint echoes of dripping water and scratching rats. Then a figure moved in the darkness. A behead heavy footsteps move toward them. One of the cops swung his flashlight around his hand drawn to his sidearm. Ready to draw and fire bay saw the figure race up a rusty ladder leading to a small room hidden in the tunnel. Ceiling toke was sure. It was one of the infamous mole people. She and the cops gave chase but the figure seemingly vanished. The cops weren't willing to go any deeper into the tunnel so to meet the real mole. People toth had to go into the darkness alone.

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"rusty" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:51 min | 11 months ago

"rusty" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Rusty was going to point the camera. I'm OK. Yeah. What happened? What? God, don't What do you mean? Uh huh. Things are going good. Things are great. Thanks. Our great She's great, Bob. Well, I was going to take a trip up to see my good son, Tyler. And it's 120 like where he is stuff up in the boondocks there. So standards open it. Stay in air conditioned hotel. That's no. He lives up in the hills. So you can have a motorhome thing, But I would have to leave it running all day just to sit in it and go like that. What the hell is that? For? The Holiness that holdings off Really nice, Martha. July. Forget it. So you should You see it? You got a gig going? No, Let's come out. Let's come up with us on July 2nd one summer concert series. Won't you come play? What? Yes. That's protected this this party. Come on. Come on. There you go. Hey, great to have you along today. Um, as I was talking about this, this thing called Wage push inflation. I like that to maintain corporate profits. Companies have to increase the prices they charged for the goods and services. Because they have to pay people more money. How is this? Not on the 10 commandments of money too? Well, it needs to be you can Here's here's what happened in May are may be the country's hourly wages rose from 30 $30 an hour as an average across across the nation in our just 31 50 for an hour, Okay, there's a lot It's a huge wage increase, so it's one of the positive side effects of inflation as people get paid more But what people? It's shortsighted, though, because it's wage push inflation means you're paying your people more now. I got to charge them more. Right, right. And then and then, So you thought that's more to make a little so you got to pay more, but it's like sewing, cutting the top of blankets. So it's like daylight savings time. To me. It's always not stupid. So yeah, take a look at what is not a waste of time is what's going on in the world of.

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L.A. Is Rumored to Be Nets’ Spencer Dinwiddie’s Preferred Destination

WFAN Sports Radio_FM Show

01:10 min | 1 year ago

L.A. Is Rumored to Be Nets’ Spencer Dinwiddie’s Preferred Destination

"Dinwiddie, who missed almost all the season tours. A CL is interested in signing with the Clippers this offseason now believe he's got a $12 million out that with the Nets, which you'll undeniably exercise, you're gonna get a few bucks. The Clippers will be well above the salary cap next year. But there are some maneuvers that they can do to make the move work out. How valuable is a guy like then what he next season, especially coming off the injury? I think he's highly valuable. I think you'll get them because of the injury about 85, cents all the dollar It's not the injury. It's not an injury where There's such trepidation like, Oh, nobody comes back from this. It's a pretty straightforward recovery. One blast through it If you're diligent, so he'll be fine. I think he might be a little rusty and a little little hesitant and reluctant again, trusting his body like burrow. At the start. But if you get him on 80 cents on the dollar, you might have a guy who was really the second half of the season and the playoffs. Then would he can help you? I like Spencer, and I think he'll be. I think he'll be healthier sooner rather than later BTS. Let's not forget. He almost tried to like play in the postseason. They got her very early, right. So, um, I think he's fantastic. Especially coming off the bench. You need a, you know, an extra point guard a guy who can handle and score. He's that guy.

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The Surprising Power of Compliments

Here's Something Good

01:59 min | 1 year ago

The Surprising Power of Compliments

"After a year of covid many of us are finding that our social skills are a little rusty. We're finally getting more opportunities to meet others. But we've lost some of the social niceties and techniques that make human connection so meaningful. The good news is there's a simple thing you can do to rebuild your social muscle and to raise your level of happiness. The answer is compliments. There's power in giving them and getting them to learn more. We talked to lindsey liven psychotherapist and licensed social worker. What she had to say lindsay. Thanks so much for joining us won't get so much for having me so. Let me start by asking. Why are compliments so important in our lives. And why are they so important right now. Compliments allow us to connect with the people around us and really bring people together in a lot of different ways. And i find it. It's a really easy and disarming way of forming a connection and that's especially great because you can use it if you're just meeting someone as an icebreaker or if you already know them you can use it to deepen the relationship i find you know. This is really coming at such an important time. Because after a year of being told to isolate and keep our distance we're experiencing a social inflection. Point and i think a lot of people are finding that as immunity rose and we're unmasking were now faced with the possibility of returning to in-person contact and what that might be exciting it can also be intimidating and leave us feeling unprepared. Actually the american psychological association just released a study that said about half. The people surveyed were actively worried about adjusting to in person interaction. So i think to the audience if you're having a little bit of social anxiety please know that you're not alone. I think it's important to acknowledge that after a year without regular of socialization your social skills will start to weekend and interactions might not be as dynamic or is electric as we bite them to be

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"rusty" Discussed on Behind the Prop

Behind the Prop

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"rusty" Discussed on Behind the Prop

"Centric. I guess group Out there four hundred thousand. Some odd members The annual us. Seventy nine dollars occasionally. I think we run some specials per for seventy nine dollars. Basically what you're getting is an organization dedicated to preserving our rights and privileges in the air. there is strength in numbers. I mean that's the bottom line. A post nine eleven when when national airspace system was. Shut down Actually had a person in the room When some of these decisions were being made. And i'm fully convinced that we wouldn't have gotten back in the air as quickly as we did Post nine eleven When when atc was being threatened with privatization about three years ago a pa in some of the other alphabet soup organizations the a and others mobilized our membership and we were able to beat back privatization. And if you wanna see an example of privatization and what they can do to general aviation just look no further europe It is incredibly expensive so expensive that that people come over here for flight training The air safety institute is a part of the organization. And if you want to and it's free for even for non members. It's free but if you want to look at at For example that serious crash that would at hobby two or three years ago We have some extremely good videographers that do safety related videos. you seen him wally. I know you've seen as well. These are superb. Superb training videos Rusty pilot we talked about him and inject their the. You posted a video this week on the impossible turn. We talk a lot about it. A lot as a training and I think i think very differently about the impossible. Turn now than. I did before because i watched that air institute video. It's a possible turn but the metrics that may be in your situation but yeah very interesting video and Yeah can't recommend those enough either. So you know i mean i could go on and on and we don't have enough time and i don't wanna make this a paid political advertisement but i will say this every organization out.

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"rusty" Discussed on Behind the Prop

Behind the Prop

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"rusty" Discussed on Behind the Prop

"All that stuff is right there at your fingertips and if but if you don't know how to analyze it if if you're reading a brief that says Air met sierra along your route of flight. And you don't know what an air met. Sierra is you could potentially be in for a bad day. Yeah i kid with people around here all the time that the more you become a pilot the more you really become a weather man. I mean i think we all learn a lot. More about weather ryan's do point temperature. All that stuff that helps us be wetter. Pilot as i'm sitting here if you got your license certification fifteen years ago the iphone didn't even exist so it's a very different cockpit and it was fifteen years ago just based on solar the iphone or mobile tablets and phones in general right fifteen years ago That might be a little recent but certainly twenty years ago in in panel. Gps's were were not much beyond a fantasy. At that point. I remember i was. I was arrested pilot. I was the quintessential rusty pilot for about ten years. When i came back and got current again in nineteen this would have been nineteen ninety six thereabouts. Nine hundred ninety five. Maybe i got current in a warrior and it had a panel mounted i think was a magellan sky natve. Gps this is not an iof are certified gps. it was no moving map It basically just kind of showed you the bearing to the station. No magenta line. No nothing and i looked at that. And i said what in the world is. Gps stand anybody us. Why would anybody use this thing. This is just more crap. I've gotta learn how to use in the cockpit and now i fly has dual garment for thirties which in themselves are old technology and and and and in two screens of technically advanced aircraft. And i never would have seen that coming even even ten years at twelve twenty point i mean maybe the the first thing rusty pilots tonight should do is learn about the technology. They all the options. they're going to see very different aircraft from four thirty two things with glass g.

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"rusty" Discussed on Behind the Prop

Behind the Prop

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"rusty" Discussed on Behind the Prop

"Ground school that required for For your flight review In reality if you've been out for awhile it's probably gonna take more than an hour and even even when i'm doing these rusty pilot seminars. Tell people look when you go and hire local flight instructor to fly with you. They're still want to sit down and talk to you a little bit and make sure that you remember all these cool things that we just talked about right so that that would be probably the biggest one right there but they gotta make the decision. They want to get back into it. A lot of people come to the flight school. And and i'm sure ask wally. Hey i wanna learn how to flyer. I want to get back in. What do i need to do. I think while things have changed. It's really still pretty similar if you learn to fly ten ten years ago twenty years ago not a lot lotta changed you could probably if you flew here ten or twenty years ago you probably still fly the same aircraft you flew in twenty years ago. Well pull up in and you go up push forward you go down. I mean it pretty much. So i have heard this and i actually use it and it could be completely false but i heard the faa recommends. If you've been out for ten years you probably need ten hours of ground. Ten hours of flying is that a rule of thumb. You believe in or if heard you know. I've heard that for every year you've been out. You need an hour of instruction to get back in. That's not been my personal experience. Agreed either so. I know about you. Ali yeah i would. I would say you know it's it's going to be different. Depend on on every person how much how much they've kept up with it. Just because you haven't been in an airplane doesn't mean that maybe you haven't kept up with things reading. There's so much out there especially with the internet but You know they're planning pilot flying..

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"rusty" Discussed on Behind the Prop

Behind the Prop

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"rusty" Discussed on Behind the Prop

"What's up. Wally bobby how are you. I'm great at this week. We are all about the rusty pilot with us again on the show. Two-time guest pat brown the texas. You can fly ambassador. Welcome back to the show pat. Thanks bob appreciate over three. Pardon me this is number three visit for this is number three or visit than the live show and now rusty pilot so pats men a friend in a i would call him a co worker through through the flight school that i own and recently we had the opportunity to rusty pilot seminar together. We did and i learned a lot as a not so rusty pilot. But someone who doesn't get fly all the time and thought to be a great opportunity to put together a show. Maybe two parts depending on how long this conversation goes to talk about. How do we get a lot of aviators back into the right seat. Left seat if they have been flying in a while pat. You do this all the time. What what are some of the things that you would like to share with people that are out there that may have not flown in a year or more. Well you know. I think Obviously i worked for a oh. Pa so that's going to be the first top of mind thing and the rusty pilot program that we that we offer It we can We do a number of seminars. every month These are webinars right. Now we're back to doing live things but that would be the the primary first of all decide that you want to get back in the air and then take advantage of the rusty pilots seminar. Because that provides you the minimum that sixty one dot fifty-six which is the regu- talks about flight reviews. That's the that requires that takes care of the minimum one hour of ground school that required for For your flight review In reality if you've been out for awhile it's probably gonna take more than an hour and even even when i'm doing these rusty pilot seminars. Tell people look when you go and hire local flight instructor to fly with you. They're still want to sit down and talk to you a little bit and make sure that you remember all these cool things that we just talked about right so that that would be probably the biggest one right there but they gotta make the decision. They want to get back into it.

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Interview With the Rusty Pilot, Pat Brown

Behind the Prop

02:08 min | 1 year ago

Interview With the Rusty Pilot, Pat Brown

"What's up. Wally bobby how are you. I'm great at this week. We are all about the rusty pilot with us again on the show. Two-time guest pat brown the texas. You can fly ambassador. Welcome back to the show pat. Thanks bob appreciate over three. Pardon me this is number three visit for this is number three or visit than the live show and now rusty pilot so pats men a friend in a i would call him a co worker through through the flight school that i own and recently we had the opportunity to rusty pilot seminar together. We did and i learned a lot as a not so rusty pilot. But someone who doesn't get fly all the time and thought to be a great opportunity to put together a show. Maybe two parts depending on how long this conversation goes to talk about. How do we get a lot of aviators back into the right seat. Left seat if they have been flying in a while pat. You do this all the time. What what are some of the things that you would like to share with people that are out there that may have not flown in a year or more. Well you know. I think Obviously i worked for a oh. Pa so that's going to be the first top of mind thing and the rusty pilot program that we that we offer It we can We do a number of seminars. every month These are webinars right. Now we're back to doing live things but that would be the the primary first of all decide that you want to get back in the air and then take advantage of the rusty pilots seminar. Because that provides you the minimum that sixty one dot fifty-six which is the regu- talks about flight reviews. That's the that requires that takes care of the minimum one hour of ground school that required for For your flight review In reality if you've been out for awhile it's probably gonna take more than an hour and even even when i'm doing these rusty pilot seminars. Tell people look when you go and hire local flight instructor to fly with you. They're still want to sit down and talk to you a little bit and make sure that you remember all these cool things that we just talked about right so that that would be probably the biggest one right there but they gotta make the decision. They want to get back into it.

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Tony Buzbee’s Team Initiates Deshaun Watson Settlement Talks

Extra Time Sports

01:26 min | 1 year ago

Tony Buzbee’s Team Initiates Deshaun Watson Settlement Talks

"Member of the team representing the Women Soo in Texas. Texans quarterback to Shawn Watson recently reached out to watch his legal team to discuss the case, according to text messages and recording Route Review by ESPN. So this is interesting. In a statement released Thursday afternoon, Watson's attorney, Rusty Harden, Suggested Tony Busby, the guy that the lawyer that's AH, attorney for all the 22 women, who have filed civil lawsuits against Watson. Member 22 have filed lawsuits against Watson has a tip. He is apparently attempted to settle the case on several occasions. Busby came out Friday evening or Friday morning and deny the claim on an instagram post, he said, Contrary to what Mr Rusty says, seems like Mr you know, Rusty Rusty. Harden and Tony Busby are really you know, I hate to say this But this seems to be always with these high profile cases or, you know, stuff like this. These these lawyers and attorneys 11 this I mean their names out there and for this guy to be contrary to what Mr Rusty says. I mean, It's not being asked here call Mr Harden. Obviously, you've got a problem say, is we never we haven't approached them to several ever. But the text messages and recording review by has been show member of Busby's team approaching Watson's legal team to discuss working things out. Between watching and the women who have filed

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"rusty" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

Scoops with Danny Mac

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"rusty" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

"Hit my head. And i remember getting out of the race card corner. Workers saint kennedy. Just lay down here. Let's wait for the ambulance to get next thing. I knew i thought it was at home. Sleep and i hear kenny. Kenny opened my eyes. And i'm laying on the race track in the middle of turns reading four loud new hampshire and up. It was devastating to me. You know. I look back on that time. Thank command if not for that wreck you know. They weren't a championship rain. And it's taken me. I'm not. I don't know if i'm okay over it. Still but that was the worst record. Our had cracked three ribs at positional vertigo. But we've done our best overcoming done in prevail accident kiddies mark. thanks for bringing that up. Let's look now active therapy. I'll buy you bud light at applebee's today you'll be fine. What how out. Let's more positive favorite moment you narrow down a favourite race or win or moment of your career. Wow favorite moment my I got two favorite moments. It had to be my first victory in nascar kazoo. Pretty well signalled that. I kind of made it My first victory that was a you know what. Martin i'm gonna change answer my. It's actually my second victory because my first victory my won the race to bristol. I thought man. I won the race bristol. This great. i want home that night and said it was so hard to get to this point to win this first race. You think the second one was that a fluke. That i won was this. Is this real as it's going to happen again. Or i just get lucky. Three weeks later. I go to martinsville. Virginia i win again. i'm now. I'm in the club now. I have won two races. I've won two races and now i'm legit. I one so that was a huge deal. The the second one had to be when i was putting a hall of fame. And then watch my son greg. Get up there in In duck me until the hall of fame is emotional is is still emotional thing about it today. It was a big big deal for me. And then when i had people like dale. Who was a ned. Jarrett came up to me and he said he said your life's gonna change. I go why he said people are gonna look at you different. They're not gonna look at you as a competitor not gonna think about. Oh i hate this guy and we'll talk good about him. I'm gonna talk bad about him. You are now nobody can say nothing. Bad 'cause you're in hall of fame. And when i got put hall of fame that was just a huge huge deal for me martin. It was not my nine extending winds or emailed polls or things like that. I believe the most exciting moment of my career. There was a couple of just like rusty number. One was nine thousand nine hundred ninety eight the bud shootout In the cup series..

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"rusty" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

Scoops with Danny Mac

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"rusty" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

"This week we're gonna talk a little racing the end specifically raising royalty out of saint louis. Ck lewis. I should probably be accurate and talk about arnold missouri. The wallace family. We're talking to rusty and kenny. Mike wallis obviously did real well at the nascar level. But we've got rusty wallace a former winston cup champion did that nineteen eighty-nine in the excitable. Ken wallis. I've always been intrigued at their relationship. Because rusty is a big time. Star and kenny will make sure you know that his brother is a big star and he was one of the premier names still on the all time wins less for the cup circuit but very different personalities. Kenny as you know hyper and loves to laugh and have fun. And i just kind of wanted to get rusty's take wanted to do this for a long time to get the two of them together to talk about their careers getting their break in racing. Maybe some of those moments over the years you know biggest rivals drivers they hated any horrific crashes that not top of mind maybe for some of us have followed their careers but not extremely close. We go through all of that but a lot. It really is about their relationship and what they've learned from each other in china where they are in their relationship at this point in their lives so a lot of fun talking racing in life and representing saint. Louis had a big time level rusty wallace. His little brother. Kenny wallace does rusty kinney tweets much. Does he ever tell them to get off social media. It's pretty lengthy conversation. In fact we. We went for close to forty minutes. And then we pause and we're sitting there talking about racing. I used to work in the crandon wisconsin area and rusty's heading up there this year for the brush run which is a big time race up there in northern wisconsin bs. I realize we're about to run out of room. I thought the whole damn thing was going to delete. And so i gotta go but wait a great time talking and i hope you'll enjoy it. It's the kilcoyne conversation you can find it at scoops. Dany mac dot com. That's the dan mclaughlin website not a content on there..

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Doncic, Mavs Beat Lakers 108-93 in Davis' 2nd Game Back

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Doncic, Mavs Beat Lakers 108-93 in Davis' 2nd Game Back

"The Mavericks completed a two game sweep of the Lakers by overcoming a seventeen point deficit in a one a week ninety one victory look at Dodgers had eighteen points and thirteen this is for the maps who outscored Los Angeles sixty two thirty five in the second half I think in the first half of a loss coupled walls but I think we missed some open shots but then second half we made them you know those open shots are really capable of making them wait pal scored twelve of his season high twenty five points in the fourth quarter is Dallas moved a game ahead of Portland for the all important six seed in the Western Conference Lakers forward if the Davis appeared rusty again in his second game since missing thirty with injuries he shot five for nineteen from the field and finished with seventeen points I'm Dave Ferrie

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Women Suing Houston Texans QB Deshaun Watson Must Reveal Their Names

Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Women Suing Houston Texans QB Deshaun Watson Must Reveal Their Names

"Shawn watson situation continues to take another turn here earlier today. It was announced that the judges have ruled that the women who have accused the shawn watson of the sexual assault in the civil trial they are actually trying to get. They must disclose their names. Their identities must be revealed on top of that rusty hardin to watson's lawyer acknowledged that there were sexual encounters with some of these masseuses. But that was all consensual. In regards to deshaun watson and the women

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Deshaun Watson accusers to be identified

Terry Meiners

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Deshaun Watson accusers to be identified

"Therapists accusing him of sexual misconduct will have to reveal themselves, Rusty Hardin told reporters today. A judge's order on their identities means he'll be able to investigate the claims we could have had found answers before now. We could have a fully investigated. And everything. While we were investigating. Our biggest fear was being wrong about somebody. Harden says Watson lives on Instagram, and it wasn't strange for him to use it to schedule massages. He also says it isn't odd for Watson to get multiple massages a week due to his job as an NFL quarterback. Your next update is at 6 30. I'm Suzanne Duval News

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Houston QB Deshaun Watson's lawyer granted emergency hearings over women's ID

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Houston QB Deshaun Watson's lawyer granted emergency hearings over women's ID

"The attorney for Texans quarterback to Shana Watson, calling out his client's accusers, demanding they go public with their identities to give Watson a chance to defend himself. Napolitano has those details. Sean Watson's attorney, Rusty Harden, was granted an emergency hearing by the Harris County District Court in Texas as he is now pushing for the release of the identities of 20 of 22 plaintiffs suing the Houston Texans quarterback claiming sexual assault. Misconduct. All but two accusers are using the pseudonym Jane Doe and Harden says the attorney behind those civil lawsuits. Tony Busby is using anonymity like a sword against Watson, who is now losing sponsorship deals over these allegations. Texans defensive coordinator Lovey Smith mom on the subject during the press conference Thursday for me is to stay and learn how to stay in my lane and I don't know enough about that situation. Watson continues to deny the allegations. Matt

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"rusty" Discussed on AOPA Never Again

AOPA Never Again

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"rusty" Discussed on AOPA Never Again

"May be no such thing as being over prepared but there is such a thing as preparing for the near future at the expense of the moment like many pilots covid nineteen limited my flying in the early part of this year between the lockdown and winter. I knew i was rusty when i finally did get to fly. I spent time reviewing procedures. Communications my ph and the airport diagram of my new home airport. I just moved to this airport and it is a patchwork of confusing overlapping runways and taxiways with that airport diagram. On my kneeboard. I started my engine and taxi to the other end of the hangar row. The airport operates traffic off. People runways simultaneously when windsor light sometimes in opposite directions practice. I was not familiar with at my previous airport where it is not allowed. I watched as a c. Seventeen landed to the east and then i called ground. The controller rattled off taxi clearance to the west facing runway so fast that parts of his transmission were unintelligible mistake. Chainlink number one. I gave a read back of what i understood. Which i knew may have been incomplete but did not ask for clarification thinking that if i miss something required such as a runaway crossing the controller would correct me mistake chain link to he didn't mistake chainlink three. Now nervous i taxied out and turned to the west on the taxiway instead of to the east as i should have. I allowed myself to simply taxi in the direction of the runway. I'd seen the c. Seventeen land on mistake chain link. Four then began mentally running through my remaining departure items. Checklists speeds emergency procedures for takeoff. Instead of thinking about where. I was and where i was going. The controller evidently did not notice taxiing in the wrong direction. And did not correct to me mistake. Chainlink number five after slowly and carefully running through every step of my before takeoff checklist. I call tower for takeoff clearance giving the location of the runway. I had been told to taxi to instead of the one where i was mistake. Chainlink six tower cleared me for takeoff from the runway. I was supposed to be on instead of where i was. Obviously the controller did not look at the runway to see. If i was at the east end of where i was supposed to be or check if anyone else was there or if there was an airplane at the opposite end where it wasn't supposed to be mistake chainlink seven. It was only as i began to add power to the takeoff run that i saw the runway number and i realized what i had done immediately. I felt as if my blood had turned to ice water. How could i have been so stupid to make a very basic and serious mistake. I banished those thoughts and forced myself to deal with the situation. I call the tower and confessed. There was no way around it. I screwed up and needed to take responsibility for it. The control is simply cleared for takeoff for my current position and nothing more was said about it. I spent the flight mentally beating myself up for being an idiot. I'm tolerant of others. When they make occasional mistakes in aviation many of them are more experienced and talented than i but now that the mistake was mine. It was different later. When i was able to review the situation dispassionately. I found all seven links in the chain that led to the occurrence and was surprised to learn that there were so many if i or the controller had been paying a little more attention we could have broken the chain at any number of the seven points. We didn't so why didn't we. I can't speak for the controller in this situation they were on. What may have been there last shift before retiring and maybe they got complacent four me. The lesson learned was that in trying to be diligent in preparing and thinking ahead. Do not ignore what is happening at any particular moment even when you are conducting simple task indeed. I think if i had been doing something more complicated i would have been more focused on what i was doing but because the task was so simple taxi to a designated runway. I wasn't thinking about it. Never again

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"rusty" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

The BBQ Central Show

07:18 min | 1 year ago

"rusty" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

"Of accessories to complete the experience a third size coming sooner than later but a Pit Barrel Cooker.com and let him know the barbecue Central show sent you were back up and running before we get into the Love Story. Yeah. I mean I am Totally interested on how you run for. I mean, what is the better part of fifteen years going to this place and that place and as you say living life mayonnaise like I understand the theory and mindset but financially and physically like how the hell do you do that? I can't even conceptualize off, you know, you have a hangover concoction, you know, and you work and that was a bartender waiter. Mostly I started out in the kitchen's doing dishes and might work off line and doing stuff like that and then I moved out and bussing and hosting a hosted at Denny's at one point. I think that one server really yeah that too and I I started as then it was a waiter for a real long time in a bartender. And so what's cool about it is, you know, like you work in the night, you know, you go to work at 4 you get off at 10 midnight. Sometimes later and you got a hundred bucks in your pocket, you know and you you go spend it and you go have a good time and then four days before rents, do you picked up shifts and you work your ass off to pay rent and then you start on the 1st all over again. And that's the wife man. That's how it was and if you could save enough you could go do some cool stuff like, you know move to New Orleans and Chicago. I don't know know and do whatever you want to do and and live the life. That's that's how you do it. Was it a pressure? Pressure. Yeah now I guess know there's times where you know shit got ugly and you know, yeah, I got kicked out of a house with 24 hours notice to move out and there's other times where we couldn't even keep their stuff had to leave and those times I had a couch Surf and you know finding some place and you know, and then life gets you you start wondering where you're going to be in up and you know is it could be my life. I'm I'm a forty-five-year-old waiter, you know and you worry about that stuff sometimes but you know, then just don't at the same time because you know, I'm stuck again. It's all about that, you know experiencing stuff, you know, I don't want to die in regret anything. It's kind of the mantra. So, where do you know how I where do you run into your wife? so, you know, we're going to restaurants a long time supposed to be working in management end up becoming a restaurant manager and I at a restaurant that I was a bartender and waiter at so, you know had relations with some of the people there before I was a manager. So I had a strict rule of not dating anyone from work. That was my rule. Another thing is I was never really into younger girls write all these always older my friends would date someone like three years younger than me. And I was always making fun of them like, oh you guys want to you know, come over and drink some Kool-Aid and watch Lion King, you know go from the back of it. And so it's always bagging on them for dumb stuff. So I'm down in st. George Utah managing a Red Robin and I hire this host. Excuse me boss and we kind of you know talk whatever I play poker. I used to play. I used to think I was in become as poker Pro, right? So I'll see you trying to play cards. And so we got this relationship going through cards and perhaps we should come over my house that you try to play and we talked into the night, you know how that goes. And so one day it's Halloween and and 2009 And she's dressed in a banana suit, and I don't know what I was dressed as I was like a I don't know. I I don't dress up for Halloween. So it was probably some totally random. So she's totally decked out as a banana and she said the world work and I say something smart-ass to her and she looks at me and that look man. It was just like they say in the books just like lightning and I knew that second that I was going to marry me that shake and so my birthday's coming up, so I asked her to come up to Utah with me and hang out and she's like Okay cool. So we go up there and we come back and she sleeps over my apartment and we thought she never leaves my house. Wow, so that's like the robin Linda our story but in Utah like multiple. Yeah. Robin was like they did it for like three days and they moved it. But for me, I'm literally that day. She we decided we were going to be a couple and then we had to keep it secret was going to tell you know, the, you know, the corporate, you know the happening right and but she dead Into my house and that that was it man and I told her day 3 and like we're getting married. So now it's going to go do you quickly get married at that point or I mean were you just saying we're going to get married. There's no definitive timetable on accomplishment. I should say this. I forgot to say cuz I set this up I was thirty-three and she was Twenty-One and she was off coordinate. So I broke both rules. I I that shit. Yeah, and I dated a young full Manny. Well years your Junior. Oh, yeah. Wow right off. You know, I'm I had never been interested in a girl even at all, cuz you know, they they wasn't on the same level as I'm not today. I was better or anything. I just was over here and they were over there or you know, this is interesting because you know, when we talk about you behind your back with the other embedded correspondents though. One thing that comes up all the time is I mean, we're roughly the same. Age I think you're younger than me by three years, but I mean so we'll roughly the same age. But the refrain that I hear is Rusty's an old soul Rusty's an old song So if you're somebody that is knowledge against dating younger women and now you're going to marry somebody that that was that age were twelve when she was born to make it sound even weirder like what is it about her is she then an old soul as well or I mean, what about that dog personality allows you to diverge into that Realm. Exactly that like she you know, her mom was really big on. Well, she hasn't traveled and done enough. I'm a dude. She knows exactly what she wants. She knows not me but in life give me a new wage. I see probably when she was thirteen years old. I don't know but she just sat girl that just knows what she wants and she knows she wants to be a mom. She wants that's all she's ever wanted to do. She wants to have kids be married and that's what she wants and she's fine with whatever and she was just super old soul is exactly is the best way to say it cuz we would have conversations. I just love listening to her talk. Anyone at that time her age. I was like, oh God Jake Paul Justin Bieber, he's great. Okay, it's time to go and it was it wasn't weird until I hung out with her friends, you know, and they would talk and they would do stuff. I was like, oh Jesus. This is weird. Thought you said like, you know, I'm like did you ever do this? I wasn't born yet like you weren't born yet. Yeah. Wow. Wow..

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"rusty" Discussed on Space Nuts

Space Nuts

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"rusty" Discussed on Space Nuts

"Halloween saw points in the away from the direction of the winds coming from likewise the solar wind. Magnetic field trials behind it, and of course. The moon passes through that. Every month basically is through that that wind sock because it goes around the earth and that is the suggestion as to how the oxygen has got there. which is reacted with the iron to full this hematite. Really quite quite an extraordinary An extraordinary story and it might sound a little bit speculative and maybe it is but it is a model that works the the you know the the the calculations that have been done a on the on the. Possibility of this happening all come out positively so It's Big News. We could go high and mining the moon maybe not because it's not wonderful. People probably and and not be guilty this. Think that once you get to the limit of the atmosphere that's where the oxygen stops and as you do increase your altitude, the oxygen levels decrease significantly and that's why they have to. have. Oxygen. Supplies for those high altitude, aircraft and and some of the daredevil to go up there just jump off a platform for the fun of it but. It seems that there is some form of oxygen going well beyond that. That's That's right. Seems to be the Asian. Extraordinary, and let me just correct myself. For something I said earlier. Fool's gold is actually I'm Peretti's. Getting my. Compounds mixed up. PYRITES sometimes called power because it looks like go hematite if I remember these blacks. or Rusty Anyway. I have a rock collection when I was a kid, put it together for my scout troop. So I had all of those. Collection, you should have been stratton award. But Yeah probably like. Z. Collect when you're a kid just somehow vanished one. Piece Yeah. Still looking for my first pair of boots. I don't know what happened to them..

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"rusty" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"rusty" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"On Alex rusty newsradio WFLA clear skies and chilly or conditions this evening after a stormy start to the day we end up nice and quiet sixty four degrees deceiving fifty five degrees for low temperature overnight chilly but seasonal weather plenty of sunshine gorgeous day on Sunday seventy five for high continued nice to the Monday as well add a bit more humidity a mild low of sixty one with a high of eighty one on Monday rain chances thirty percent on Tuesday northeast easterly winds ten **** wanted to a like choppy waters I'm newschannel eight chief meteorologist Steve jury news radio WFLA streaming on your Amazon echo and over two thousand devices by in the I heart radio at this is your last chance to get a great holiday gift this decade but time is ticking luckily for you dial in Intel have assailed and two thousand nineteen on a high note and pick up the new decade in style score new deals every week day and save big on computers that redefined what's possible with tension Intel core processors there's also deals an amazing selection of the best let trying experience all with free shipping if you get moving today you can get great gifts under the tree in time call eight hundred by dell that's eight hundred by dell or visit dell dot com slash holiday remember to look for Intel whether it's a last minute gift for someone special or a chance to get the perfect outfit for new year's the meat is last chance sales event has you covered this weekend only spend a hundred and twenty five dollars or more and get thirty dollars off instantly just visit Venus dot com and use the promo code holiday to save today do it right to find gifts for the tool lovers on your list by starting with lows we'll also find the season's best deals to help you say pick up a Dremel multi Max twelve piece oscillating tool kit for twenty Bucks less now seventy nine dollars and get a two hundred piece cobalt helpful tool set for just ninety nine dollars that's a five hundred dollar value purchased separately for great deals on tools like these and more stopping today do it right for less start with low offers bell B. twelve eighteen west only at Capital One you can open a new savings account in about five minutes and earned five times the national average thank you with Capital One means five times the savings to help pay for your perfect honeymoon four five times the savings toward your family's perfect vacation it's time to help make your savings goals come true this is banking reimagine Capital One what's in your wallet terms apply we comparison based on FDIC national right Capital One N. A. member FDIC don't miss all maybe Saturday steals this Saturday only get five dollar PJ pants holiday graphic tees just four Bucks for adults three books for kids and for dollar men's boxer briefs and women sleep shorts Saturday only at Old Navy and Old Navy dot com dell twelve fourteen select styles only a radio from hearing aids this is news radio networks are in time tonight featuring coast to coast AM from December seventeenth nineteen ninety seven good morning Richard Preston road the hot zone and now has a new book break event same subject more or less is my guest.

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"rusty" Discussed on Bookworm

Bookworm

14:49 min | 2 years ago

"rusty" Discussed on Bookworm

"KCRW DOT. com Michael Sulfur. Blunt this bookworm mm-hmm. It's that time again when I have the privilege of talking to one of my favorite writers. I'm talking with Chris ware about his new book. Rusty Brown published by Pantheon. Although what he does is is called a graphic novel. I believe that these three major works of his are the equivalent to the chronological destinies and a faulkner novel. These are about people in time and space ace and locating their spaces and their times and they've got a writer who notices when three people depor sleeping next to one another in a rocket ship illustrating a science fiction story that Theref- I'm masks folks make asymmetry. That makes the reader pure closer. Oh look at that. Look at how. How beautifully designed these masks are? Isn't this funny. It's a brilliant item in a story within in a story. Nothing escapes attention here. There's no I just did it because I had to fill the space in the space is always thrillingly complexly meaningfully filled now. I wonder how do oh you do that. Wow well that's really nice for first of all for you noticing and second of all for Caring and third of all for asking I do it. Because that's the way life is that life is jam packed full of detail and and information in the closer. You look there ever more that there is in the finer you look the more that there be it. The more you get in the more there is to remember the introduction to Rusty Brown is in in the form of a reminder some of the most beautiful pages in Jimmy Corrigan were double page spreads of snowstorms use. Your snow was unforgettable and so two here there are these six pointed stars these these various hexagons each them different from one another and there are millions of them. We never see eaten that we have to trust are also different and this is the way life is the constant array of difference which may be trivial difference who can say the air. The meaning is between one snowflake. I think under different. Yeah I leave. A novus necessarily true that they're all different. I guess I mean you're talking about millions of atoms coming together here but maybe there's two that are the same it will never know. They don't last very long. Needles Toussaint fact it's only until recently did scientists figure out how they actually formed and were able to to make motion pictures of them. Forming in the laboratory actually took that formation method. I guess it's strange to think of it as a method is as my way of kind of writing and structuring this book. Would it be fair to say that. The characters in the book as well as its design nine replicate the implication of the vast nece and incomprehensibility of constantly formed too soon. Yeah definitely yeah. I mean that's what I'm trying to get as to get a sense as much as I can within the limits Mitsubishi Abilities and and to get it down on the page the sense of incomprehensibility of everything. Something extraordinary meets them when they the open. The book Rusty Brown by my guest. Chris ware I wanted to ask you there. Are you're essentially three major families in this book. Who are they There's with the central characters is the is the title character Rusty Brown though. He's not really the main character. He sort of just that piece of Grit in the center of the snowflake around which everybody orbits his father William Brown is a failed science fiction writer or if maybe not failed. He writes one really effective story in the wake of sort of the heartbreak that he experiences after his first sexual relationship in nineteen fifty five and then he goes on to teach English this small parochial school in Omaha Nebraska. Ska where then his son goes of course of your teacher. You can get a discount on your kid's education and then another character named Jordan lantern. Jason Lynch who's a Wealthy kid a teenager in the one part of the story who torments rusty Rusty Brown as a as a little kid Stops him in the hall. SPITS in his glove is mean to him. Calls him names And that particular chapter actually tries to tell tell the entire story of Jordan lint and then another character Joanne. Cole who is Rusty Brown's teacher in Third Grade when Jordan Jordan becomes Jason. Right how does that APP. Why I think it happens to everybody? Doesn't it a certain point. You feel like the name that you were given doesn't quite describe you in the you WanNa assert take control of your not only identity but you're supposed destiny. I guess I mean we all kind of do this one way or another. My own daughter assumed a name that she she preferred to the name that my wife and I settled her with when she was born. My mom did the same thing. I actually took my grandmother's and grandfather's surname surname. When I was sixteen years old where Just as a way of sort of I guess doing that in my own way and and align myself with my the grandfather who was a newspaper editor and reporter and managing editor and my mom who is also a writer and reporter so and in his case case. It's Jason was a very popular name when when I was a kid and I think probably you know when you were kids somewhat so Jordan is not a name necessarily one would wanNA have so. He's trying to trying to set himself off from this sort of stayed Republican upbringing. That he's got but then that comes back definitely to him and kind of takes over as he inherits. This Dad's business well. He's also at that age. He's trying to be a rockstar. That's she thinks he can be a rock star. His proof heartbreaking. Breaking that he can be rock star is that his father has enough money to buy more the new guitars and amplifiers that Jason can twist his arm right into providing him with right so he's in the books class structure. He's one of the rich kids search. Who doesn't examine the sources of his wealth and therefore doesn't understand frequently the kind of pain that he causes around him and that he witnesses Sousse yeah an auto biographical to you know? I definitely grew up Not Wanting and feeling I'm very lucky and feeling loved. I think it's fair to say you know I took me a long time before I realized the circumstances that I was in. We're very lucky and a wanted to try to write about that but also to try to sympathize if that is possible possible with the kids who might not have been the nicest to me when I was growing up since I was not the most loved kids in school and it said in in the architectural shape of school that I attended when I realized as an adult that I'd actually spent more time in that school than I did at home if I ended up all the hours that I was awake in that space it was more than I was at home and I inhabit that space every single night when I sleep yes and and well the difference between my elementary school and my high school they live in me. There are more experiences that happened in elementary school in that building. So you still dream about the space in those spaces uses. I bet even you can feel the space even without the detail and you'll recognize him in your dreams. Although it was difficult and not easy I found my favorite teacher. The teacher who was my fourth and sixth grade teacher. She took us to art museum. uh-huh she didn't like the school library so she took us to the real library where her friend the head librarian. Let us take out a don't books. Shaver life good for her. I had a teacher named Jackie buyers in I think seventh grade and I was supposed supposed to do a class project about out of Africa was supposed to have read it. An came in with a poster board. That was quite clear that I had not. I think I'd just drawn the continent of Africa with a bunch of arrows coming coming out of it and she looked at me and she said you didn't read this book did you. And I said No. And she said okay. And she handed me a copy of Steinbeck's of mice Jason Men and she said read this by tomorrow or you'll get a feeling great so I went home and set myself up at my mom's Desk desk secretary feeling very sorry for myself and thought okay. I'M GONNA choke this down. I'm GONNA do this. I can do this and up until this point. I had read almost exclusively comics and science fiction and I started reading that book and at a certain point I felt this feeling. Come over me that. I'd never felt before that I was inhabiting this book. And these people away in sympathetically that overcame and by the end of the book I did never cried at a book before but I was at that point and it was that moment that I realized that a book could get so deeply inside of you in a way unlike any any other experience that I had and I know at that teacher changed my life because of that. I'm talking to Chris Ware about his wonderful new book. Rusty Brown you see you've populated the spoke with what others might think of as unlovable people and and you find in them. Some also finding stains the aspects of them deeply embedded that are movable. I'll tell you because I was teased kid too. So I you know share this quality most of us do those guys who is so awful. He Make Fun of my name. He'd make fun of my walk. He'd make fun of anything. He could anything. I didn't get beat up but I did get as humiliated. It'd it's possible to be and I even met a person who was in the junior high years later. WHO said to me? You're lucky to be alive. I would have assumed you would've had to kill yourself on our so constantly. Sounds like getting beat up to me. That's sort of emotional thing but you have to like. Why was he doing that? Why every day did he feel that he had to come in? And do that. And I'm sure you did the same thing I did. which was you probably tried? Tried to be nice to him. Because you thought okay. We'll maybe I'm not being nice enough for. What am I not doing that? He wants me to do still years and years later I ran into two girls who were in my class and I mentioned his name and they say oh he was off. Oh he was the worst person I ever met. He was so frightened and I realized he treated every I thought I was being singled out. Wow I lost my individuality one day to learn that this grief had been extended to a whole class of people people and what I find in this book. What's moving to me is that it takes view the reader to all kinds of painful moments each of the characters have them the man who can still smell his girlfriend's perfume? Although she's gone she even gives him a a hundred and twenty five dollars to go away and he uses it to buy comic books which helped him escape her. And each each of these people three different families have a moment of sorrow so beautifully soul ecstatically rendered that the book becomes unforgettable. That if we are and I don't consider it to be a comic your pardon. Pardon me I consider it to be a life. Chronicle and that these characters are orbiting one another in an experiential you'll way where their desperation sadnesses rhyme with one another until the rhyme becomes so inevitable and so beautiful that it's like a song of life the most careful reader there is. I really think fast I say I mean that's what I've been aiming for with the with the story and they're really pretty minor. I mean there's really not necessarily a lot of pain and sadness in it but there's a to me it feels like that's life you know those those moments are in inside all of us..

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"rusty" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"rusty" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Rusty you. It was pretty cool. Broken novel. You. He goes on. What can you do want? Okay. And now. John. Thank you. Thanks. Tom is. Do you? Only. Know. You wear. Thank you. Guys. Veteran outpost Malala. Let's.