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The latest in sports news

AP News Radio

01:59 min | Last month

The latest in sports news

"AP sports I'm Tom Miriam The defending NBA champions played the team with the best regular season record in the NBA last season It turned out to be no contest as the Phoenix Suns routed the Golden State Warriors one 34 one O 5 AP's George Tanner has the details Devin Booker led the way with 34 points and 7 assists Mikhail bridges and jock one Dale each had 17 Andre 8 and 16 sons scored 13 unanswered points in the third quarter to improve their record to three and one Steph Curry led the warriors with 21 And they had a bit of an edge out of that moment that nearly capitalized off of it Elsewhere in the NBA the thunder won their first game of the year over the clippers one O 8 94 The wizards topped the pistons one 2099 The pelicans etched the Mavericks one 13 one 11 despite not having Zion Williamson and Brandon Ingram Trey Murphy stepped in and stepped up with 22 points Guys are willing to step up and we got a lot of guys on our team a lot of depth So you know it just shows that we're teams resilient like I said last year is carrying over into this year NHL the avalanche edge the rangers three to two in a shootout and a gold standard duel The abs Alexander georgiev made 44 saves plus three more in the shootout and his first game back at Madison Square Garden after 5 years in New York It doesn't get much better than type shoot out where And the building the building is awesome I brought a lot of good memories The rangers Igor's historic and stopped 42 shots plus two in the shootout Also on the ISO record setting night for Phil kessel The golden knights forward set a new mark by playing his 990th consecutive game and marked the occasion by scoring his 400th career goal in a four two Vegas win against San Jose The Devils bedeviled the red wings 62 as desperate brought scored two goals Other NHL winners the bruins kings flames crack and coyotes wild and black hawks Baseball the Miami Marlins hired skip Schumacher as their new skipper replacing Don Mattingly who managed the Marlins the past 7 seasons Tom Arian AP sports

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"schumacher" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:32 min | Last month

"schumacher" Discussed on WTOP

"Four games between the two teams last season, 7 p.m. start on 1500 a.m. baseball ESPN reports that Miami is hiring skip Schumacher as the Marlins new manager, the former major league infielder has been a coach with San Diego and St. Louis. Since he retired in 2016, NFL commander's pass rush may be getting a boost this week with defensive and chase young reportedly returning to practice tomorrow almost a year after suffering a torn ACL Washington visits Indianapolis Sunday. Dave Preston WTO sports. All right, Dave, thanks. Among the top stories we're following for you right now on WTO, there could finally be some light at the end of the tunnel for metro's troubled 7000 series railcars, metro's safety watchdog has given the green light to bring all the railcars back into service, but there is a catch, the cars have to be rigorously tested, and it's not clear if metro has the staff to do that. Move is expected to ease overcrowding and may open the silver line extension to dulles by Thanksgiving. The 19 year old gunman who killed two people and wounded several others at his former high school graduated from that school last year. He came back yesterday with an AR-15 style rifle, more than 600 rounds of ammunition and more than a dozen high capacity magazines. Stay with double D TOP for more on these stories and just minutes. There's a popular McDonald's sandwich that comes and goes, well, it's coming back in a few days and we're told it's for the last time. McDonald's announced the McRib is returning once again. But after this, the porky goodness may be gone forever. Looks

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Revisiting the Great Film 'Network' With AJ Benza

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:55 min | Last month

Revisiting the Great Film 'Network' With AJ Benza

"I want to. Give an homage to that beaty because he has a fantastic monologue in the movie network. But first I must tell you about Howard Beale. If you haven't seen the movie network, I guarantee you you will. But just so you know, Howard Beale was the longtime evening newscaster for the union broadcasting system, otherwise known as UBS, and he learned from friends and the news division president max Schumacher, played by the great William Holden that he had just two more weeks on air because the ratings were shit. And they both go out that night and they get shit faced and they talk about the state of their industry and how much it's changed and they're like two soldiers in a foxhole. They get it is not much they can do about it. So the following night Howard Beale announces on live television that he will commit suicide on next Tuesday's broadcast. And the network tries to fire him immediately after this, obviously, but Schumacher intervenes. So that Howard bill can have a dignified, farewell. What you need to know about journalism, whether it's a newscasting position or a columnist or what have you is when they fire you, you don't get to say goodbye to your people. And that's it really hurts. And one of the things I'm really grateful about is when Pete Hamilton told me, I think it's time we separate, he allowed me to write my final column. And that meant the world to me. But there are so many people who don't get that chance. So how would Bill promises that he will apologize for the outburst, but once on the air, he begins to launch into a rant? Claiming that life is bullshit. And his outburst causes the newscast ratings to go through the roof. It's what we need nowadays. And it's not coming from C fucking NN or MSNBC or CNBC. It's not coming from those channels.

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Roger Federer's goodbye will be in doubles, maybe with Nadal

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 months ago

Roger Federer's goodbye will be in doubles, maybe with Nadal

"Winner of 20 Grand Slam titles is not competing solo at the labor cup in London So here I am trying to prepare for one last doubles and we'll see with who it is and obviously I don't know I'm nervous His doubles partner might be longtime rival Rafael Nadal To go through a career that we both have had and to come out on the other side and being able to have a nice relationship I think is maybe a great message as well to not just tennis but sports but maybe even beyond Federer says he's at peace with walking away He's most proud of his longevity I always look to you know the Michael Schumacher's Tiger Woods is all the other guys who stayed there for so long at the very top that I didn't understand how they did it And next thing you know it's like you're part of that group Bedroom says he doesn't want his departure to be a funeral more like party mode I'm Ed Donahue

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"schumacher" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:58 min | 4 months ago

"schumacher" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Goal is to be that I want to pick. That's something I've been dreaming of for the kids. It feels better to be number one than number 5. I wear the number because of my. We have a chance to go for three in a row. Good numbers are the good times. When I first started wearing that number, I would just have them proud. Bloomberg, business of sports. The number of the week. That the feeling of dread. The new theme song. For the number of the week. As I compete against myself and lose. I'm gonna give you the number. As this is a shout out, by the way, to four time Formula One champion, Sebastian Vettel, he says that he will retire at the end of the season to spend more time with his family. Now, he is in the top three of F one drivers who are ranked one two and three. There is Michael Schumacher, who is in the top three. Okay. And Lewis Hamilton, who is in the top three. Okay. Okay, and now here come the numbers. The top one is 103. The second is 91 and the third is 53. What are these numbers in reference to? These are the number of races that these drivers have won in their F one career. Okay. I want you to rank Schumacher Vettel and Hamilton. Which one is number one at a 103, which one is second at 91, and which one is third at 53? Schumacher, one O three. Vettel, 53. Hamilton 91. Well, you had Vettel right at 53. If you would have flipped, Hamilton and Schumacher around. Really? You would have had it right. Lewis Hamilton, a 103 wins, Michael Schumacher at 91. He is just he's really evolved the sport. So I got a three, I mean, I got one out of three. So I have a three 33 batting average, so by that measure, I won

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"schumacher" Discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"schumacher" Discussed on Ringer FC

"It was really fun. That's when it's an issue. But apart from that i mean brian q. Is looking any shine. Lucas moras you know bo quinn. The apart from them to there's not much you look around in trouble but again those two can tell which one of us don't found anything guys. Now all i see is fair fair a like. I think that's why i'm right before the dhabi full moon. What's wrong with me. I was wrong with me. I'm really sweat and more exactly what's on soil sleep and right right right. It's exactly what happens is exactly what happens is like when we used to play in it ritually. You literally couldn't wait for the game. You're going to play to finish for that subject to stop actually thinking about came. You don't train the same d- don't sleep. Same the pressure the fans in remember every. So you're talking about fans coming up to you free weeks before this game come talk. Them soon taught him sooner yet. So you're thinking about it all the time to the point where you have to think about next game and you want that next going to come and go so as you can get to it. It's the one game. Apart from england in the euro in the finals. Made me feel like how. I feel. Because like i'm nervous for this game always versus game. 'cause i just do not want to lose to them. Don't wanna lose to them especially when at the moment there influx. We don't know what we've done where they are. We know what they're doing. We what their managers gonna do. You don't know what their main strike wants to do without a what's happening with spurs and so. I'm just hoping that the confidence that we've got these two games which we should take confidence from going into that game you know. Hopefully we will see as frou so. I'm hoping right. I watched schumacher. Obviously senator.

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"schumacher" Discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"schumacher" Discussed on Ringer FC

"Big problem. We have a bus of audience coming from swindon and it's been accident the moei audience and you come in and i'll say yes. Sure sure is and this is so interesting. The dynamic of you know because it's not like it's but the elements of out of the and how to make it work. You would never know. That didn't happen. Yeah it's Under certain things that happened in that show in. Something's happened when went to work for the bbc. Doing chris gained shows is a different kind of fear of making show by the or q. You get right making sure that you hit your like for instance expanding the game. It has to be perfect and like the nerves. The i get is because it's going to be a prime time show in it Just want to be good and you do it yesterday and the amount of money can be one. When i was young i always loved his shows which bogue moncus stuff i used to watch and i love seeing people winning stuff. Obviously people winning speedboats and they live in a council. Flat wasn't ideal or look. You could have one maintenance a caravan. Where'd you put it. You know what. I mean. You know what i mean. I always loved the fact that like people who i could look at like myself office was winning. Stuff is winning stuff is like anybody. Mom used to go to the bingo. So anybody one at a bingo would know what family one you can see. That they've done. It was really quite nice. But i just wanna make sure that i'm i'm done for a while. I'm comeback as me. I'm not in the nineties. Any law or early two thousands. I'm different different. Am with a more mature. So-called personnel inspects. What i'm doing and i'm doing this show where i get to get to Really be with them by get to be right amongst.

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"schumacher" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

07:01 min | 1 year ago

"schumacher" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"They'll veto biography ridge the edge of greatness that came out in two thousand seven. It's a full kind of analysis with lot of input from the people around him as to how we operated and how he was so successful. I think that's a really important part of the of the story that that's not to be underestimated and john. You knew michael before would or at least you got his his signature very very early. When you're a motor sport fan. What was he. What was he competing in. Then i think this is before i worked in formula. One thing i'll still maybe scolding levels At konta silverstein we had about this All read about this hotshot kid coming up called michael she mike who's driving sports cars for mercedes and I went to the sports car race. Civil managed to get his autograph. So just in the united probably. He was pretty much unknown. At the time i remember. It's between the the two products that silverstein Still in office somewhere. Mice my old autograph book. I think it's the same weekend. Ross brooms autograph as well. When he was yes they come they came. Give it but Yes we someone that. I was You know where all even before he got to form the one just having read about it. At the time there was also quite amusing. Bit in the film where Villalba mentioned talking to eddie jordan about 'em after cashew had been taken out because of the incident london was in jail needed. The driver video says you need to take michael educators. Who who is. He never been always one mccowan fuji and all this sort of thing then it flicks to a video. Very jordan saying are overseas. You know. I've always bring up good talent. I followed him throughout formula. Three was quite a good little whereas done on purpose or not. No quite funny little juxtaposition or i think that's a bit of a wind up by willi weber. There's no way to eddie jordan. Didn't know who. Michael schumacher was at that point. Because as you said he'd won mccowan very controversial as well because hacking had crashed. Well hacking crashed in a wheel-to-wheel dice. at macau. it was everybody was talking about that. It was everywhere it was. And then i was actually at the mall that year when he was driving mercedes and that was i was. I'd never seen him in. The flesh before racing obviously was aware of what happened in macau but go in. That mercedes and i was out on the course i was like who is driving that car because it was absolutely flying. It was it was. Oh chewbacca and then when. I watched him very carefully. What's the laptops very carefully throughout the race. And whenever he got in the car he was just faster than the other guys he was more consistent and it was just like this. This guy's really got something special and ross brawn not in this film but generally has talked about because he was racing against michael at that time. That's when he. I really got to understand these capabilities. Because he was in charge of of jack uwe and he was like whenever michael was in the car. We had to have a different strategy from the rest of the drive. 'cause he was just so much better than they were and that was when he really locked into the fact that you know That she mce was something special. So i think you know. I think that's i think that that that comes through really really closely really kathleen in the in the film already clearly but what i was going to say about the point earlier as well as that is that you mentioned about the the fire going out in my experience racing drivers to get towards the end of the career this he goes one of two ways. It's really binary. They either aunt as good as they used to be their reactions ounces goods and they fade out but not necessarily willingly a now. You're thinking about people like nigel mansell. Who never really kind of officially announced he'd retired and this bunch of other people you can think of all the fire goes out and they don't do it anymore. Nikki louder damon hill gerhard. Berger people like that just no you know and my dad was a racing driver and his fine ever went out so i know what i'm talking about and michael's fine i went out and that's one of the reasons why he threw himself out of airplanes with such frequency as a skydiver. And it's one of the reasons why. I took a lot of chances and sadly i think probably led to the accident ultimately did he had because he was he was a dead devil. I want to talk about two final things before we before we wrap up firstly. If you love formula one you'll love this in terms of you know whatever you hear a story being told about greats whether it is A great jewel a great battle. There's going to be a movie made or netflix documentary as a as a as a formula one fan. You're saying. I hope they get it right because formula one fans understand what netflix do with dr to survive. But those that follow you know. The chronology of a season will watching. That didn't even happen at that weekend. But you know it's for entertainment. Do want to say that there is. They have got so much race footage. It doesn't it's not hung on on it but there's a lot of home video footage in moore's well but there's a lot of race footage i think for me to one fans will love this. I do want to just kind of finish off. James and talk about the. The story does come up to date. They do talk about his accidents and they all very honest. They don't talk about his current condition. You know the closest we get. I think is you know john taught occasionally over the last couple of years once or twice has given up an a very small update. So they don't go into his current condition but they do bring the story up to date. You think that was important that they didn't shy away from that is it's an enormously hard to tell that story. Yeah fundamental i mean and also towards the end of the film his wife says you know he's he's he's he's here but he's different on different but here's why she phrases. I think which got picked up a bit and the press last week when the when. The previews of the film dotted coming out. And that's as much as they as they as they want to say. Another said that the beginning of this recording you know the question. I get asked. The most often is how he's michael schumacher. What's what's his condition. And it's the question that millions and millions of people around the world won't to know and and you know it's interesting how the perceptions of him of changed you know from. I'm sure a lot of people who didn't like him when he was racing and didn't like some of the things that he did are now very sympathetic to him. An have a soft spot for him. And i can assure anyone listening to this. That when you watch this film you will have more of a soft spot for michael even more of a soft but when you watch this film than than going into it because It just shows. It shows the michael that i'm not claimed to have known him like incredibly. Well i worked. I covered his entire career oversee. He was informant one already when he started. I had a lot to do with him. Identity many times spent quite a bit of time behind the scenes or them as well us including working on two books So the the michaeline new is reflected extremely well in this film And i'm sure there's lots of other sides to him You know. I never did any of the wild partying or anything. That's kinda referred to but i. I've talked to david. Ku thought about it who did a lot of that and he said it was. It was a lot of fun and that is kind of reflected in there but anyway the michaeline is very well reflected in this film. Well thank you so much for your time today guys. We got to see that before it was released but is out now. And we'd love to hear from you.

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"schumacher" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"schumacher" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"On sunday in a millions and millions of words written about that probably all over the world and ns videos in each footage and three six three videos and podcasts and social media posts. But you look at these controversial moments villanovan. She macadear herath ninety seven as a few years videos and magazines at the time. But you haven't had this background and insight in detail like this before which i think is quite fascinated stepping behind the curtain a little bit. I think that's a really really interesting observation. john. Well i took out about as well is that for. Most people from the outside they would see. Michael schumacher is one of the hardest men in world sport. You know this is a guy who would go wheel-to-wheel with manslaughter. Hundred ninety mile an hour on the straight he crashed into santa he would crash into damon. Hill jack feeling. I mean these were hard guys you know but the only time he kind of that veneer broke was the time he burst into tears. Which is in the film. After he won in monza in two thousand and so much emotion was let out. There was a whole cocktail of reasons why that happened on the day which which have to do. There was a marshal killed that day. It also had to do with equaling a santa record and all sorts of other things but he just basically lost it and was crying and make a hacking into sort of consoled him but apart from that moment in the eyes of most people around the world he was. He was a ruthless tough. You know rock hardshell ever guy but actually probably john certainly myself you a much more sensitive person than that and he had to put this veneer up around himself this this persona this aura of an invincible person because actually the person inside was as john. Todd says in the film Quite shy and and actually quite sensitive in some ways and an. I think that's one of the triumphs of this film is to show the that side of michael. The the individual refers to about you know his which was obviously done sometime after nineteen ninety-four but not not that long after where he's reflecting on his thoughts on learning that santa was been killed. You know. I've never seen that before. And i thought that was incredible. And he's speaking in english as well so a confidence that how of never seen that before then. Who did it. But it's a it's amazing. And i think that's one of the things that that probably the thing that most general motorsport fans will take out of this. They probably know a bit of the story of how he got there. But it's the behind the scenes and that sensitivity that side of him with his family and the emotion and everything else and and obviously the other the other part being the sympathy that they'll have his his wife and his son in particular who make a really emotional punch in his film. That's as seen on the grid in ninety. Two center is trying to give him a dressing down over previous incident where they came together. That's swearword that's all included. But you'd never ever get to see that because it wouldn't make it onto the world feed because it was a it was they were surrounded by press but it was pretty strong language and she was giving the stele glaze back not disrespectful but he wasn't kowtowing to the great asan. I gather the even the italian media that worships that ferrari drivers there were times when even the italian media one massively positive on on michael partly because he had this such a tough exterior james. You know karinna you know extended family management sabine. Were you surprised. I was surprised at how much hung video footage. They gave this documentary because it it completely opened my eyes to michael as the husband is the dad is the they feature his dad's michael the son. I was surprised how much access was given to the the home. Catalog of video footage. Yeah no not really to be honest. Because i think that's that's what you need in a film like this particularly in this day and age you know you. People want to tap into emotional residence residents. They want to see the human being behind the behind. This sort of mystique the aura. And i think if they hadn't done that it probably wouldn't have landed anything like as well as it's going to cause i think this will be very successful. I think a lot of people will really really enjoy it. Net flicks is established itself as a as a place to go to oversee for all kinds of great content but but particularly for for drive to survive. You know there's a lot of people who will find this because they have they they like drive to survive and i think it will be very successful and so you need to have all of that and and i think the she mce family have kept a lot of that stuff back very specifically for the day in which it might be appropriate to to to to wheel some of that stuff out and this is absolutely right occasion. Because i don't know about you. John but my my feeling is this is probably it now and i don't think we'll hear too much more after this. They've said what they want to say. It's mixed story goes forward from here. He's going to try and build a career as a formula one driver and hopefully emulate some of the feats of his of his father. I'm not sure we'll they'll be any follow up to this from around michael this historian though what you think film off this and i think ican there's nothing that can you'd expect to change dramatically to prompt. This film needs we doing or is there this summer. is there the career. The career is defined. We learned a lot more about kind of the man And the family. And i think the thing is especially interested in what the very end the film. 'cause know you can sense the emotions from karinna When she talks about michael not being there but being there The difficulties and then it's the mic comments. Actually which would more. I felt more moving. We talks about reflecting on family videos and looking how they were as family with michael him and his sister among doing stuff and he says of kids get to do that now in i. And that's unfair. He talks about how it like to be having imagine the conversations that he'd like to have we've we've his dad about racing and formula warnin battling into corners and tactics and stuff and he thinks he'd give up everything to be able to do that. So i think those are the those are the moments and takeouts that kind. Kinda really hit home. Hit home at the end and also the story about why he decided mercedes stint. That's you know that's probably enough. Sabine talks about a moment when he said to her. What am i doing here. I miss my family. Why am i so far away. He says i've realized isn't as important as it used to be. My family is more important now and anyone interested in sport champions of all sports not just motoracing how great champions get to the peak and then where do they go. You know we think about well what happens to lewis. When he decides enough's enough very few people do a roseburg. Lots of people want to carry on. And i think with him as well with michael that was always the story of a great champion. That kind of came back but wasn't at his peak and wasn't with a team that could win championships. That racist i felt that the documentary really gave an insight into why he went to mercedes to help build up a young team. He felt that his job wasn't done but there was a point when he felt like he's job was done and that was all about family and just he was away. There's a fly away rice of series. And he was he didn't he chose not to fly home and that part of the story. I hadn't fully appreciate it. Because i think with sports people great sports people you were shooting well then as quick as they used to be say they knocked on the head but it wasn't the case with him james. It was all about family. Yeah and it's interesting jock. Claire gave an interview recently on the formula. One podcast in which he. She paid credit to michael for having been one of the architects of the current mercedes successes. He's now ferrari but he was talking about his jockeys now for but but he was talking about how michael in those years was putting in place. There's a lot of the building blocks for the team that i'm that it became which louison and rosberg oversee benefited from And i thought that was very interesting and of course that would be absolutely true and it would be one of the main reasons why ross wanted to get him there because he knew what a great team builder was which is again a little bit comes out in the film. I know that because that's it features quite prominently in the my my book about him that you referred to earlier on their kind of the nearest thing..

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"schumacher" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"schumacher" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"Podcast. It's wednesday fifteenth of september. Today is the day when a new documentary comes out about michael schumacher on net flicks. And we're joined today by people who know his career incredibly well longtime journalist. Jonathan noble reporting on michael's career. Pretty much most of the most of it also spoke network president james allen of course longtime come a james reporter writer. Michael schumacher over. You'll book cupboard many of the things that we see in this documentary but what was that two thousand and two thousand eight james will stop with the when you hear about a new documentary coming out about michael did you think. Is there anything new to say. Would you go into open minded and after watching it. Did your opinion change about what you thought might be a documentary. And of course i will mention. Your voice is the first one we hear so you know for the listeners. I haven't seen it yet. You are in it or your voice is all the way through it. So james you've watched that you had a preview linked. Tell us what you thought of of the telling of michael story in the year. Twenty twenty one. It's a very interesting piece of work. Actually i mean. I think to set the scene really for for people who are going to be watching it. From today. onwards. Now it's hitting that flakes. It's made very much in the style of center. So if people who saw saturday they liked center that kind of narrative storytelling sort of emotive music in the background. Personal contributions from people. He raced against his family. And myself and richard williams who kind of like a narrative strand. If you like through it as you say. I've really enjoyed it after in in terms of the emotional punch that it packed. And there's absolutely a lot to say i mean michael was seven time formula one world champion the question. I get asked more often than any other still. I'm sure john is the same by by members of the public. Oh people that you meet who who are interested in all sports is. How is michael schumacher. What's what's going on with michael schumacher. I've been asked that question so many times in the last four five years and then so i think although it doesn't address that directly there's some notes in particularly from his wife carina about what life is like today with michael but it's obviously a celebration of his career and it's it's fairly objective as well. I mean it was. It was very much the she. Mecca family were very involved in the production of this of this film and they wanted it out there. They wanted his career to be reconsidered. And what have you. It's pretty objective in the way. It looks at the downs as well as the ups if you like the collisions the famous collisions with damon. Hill and jacques. Vilna the the questioning. I don't know about you. John but i was really interested to see sean todd. Talking about who was the oversee ferrari team bus with schumacher at the time. Now f i president but talking about how there were doubts. Did they have the right guy in the late ninety s when they kept missing out year off did. Did that surprise you. A little bit hearing jones say that it did actually because one of these problems of having a book he film is the econo- need access the behind the scenes access which involves the family or the close friends. If you're going to get the real story what these people behind the scenes but then value criticisms that it becomes a sugarcoated story and only shows the positive sides not the downsides but i think they got the balance pretty right here. Ross talks about michael at herath ninety seven adamant after the crash that he wasn't at fault that villanova taking him out they brought him back into the garage and only when they showed him a video. If the crash that he's opinion changed slightly. So they do talk about this. And yeah that sean. Todd moment when we've had ninety eight nine hundred nine we've macaque and winning the championships in those first outs and michael having also the doubts himself that was he the right man in current talks about you know the winters they would go away and shut off completely from formula one markle that let the training go down a bit and then just start ramping up at the start of the season and then he would tell colonel. I'm not sure if. I can do this deal in a doubts about myself and my own performance so what i like about the film is that it shows both sides of him. There is the michael racing driver. Steely competitiveness And i think he's you even see that from that causing video and he's at the junior world championships and the bureaucracy will y ye racing for luxembourg and not germany. He talks about well. We couldn't afford the entry fees germany and if we lose we're not out of the world championship so just as mindful complete determination. The every single element is there for for success And i think that's what comes along. He was always looking for that. Competitive advantage wasn't he. That's the thing with michael all the way through his career and reflect that quite. Well the amount. There's a sequence where they show him just testing and it's actually going dark and they're still driving this got more ties that he wants to test them. It's just relentless search for that small fraction that additional incremental gain. The obviously lots of sports people gb cycling of pick that up in recent times teams guy. Etcetera but i mean she maxine. Ferrari were doing that back then but you realize that you say john that he was doing it right from the very beginning of his career always looking for the for the for the advantage of the competitive advantage. I feel as an education in michael as a person now. I'm a few years younger than you guys. My first f one race was silverton in ninety four. My parents took me to it. So i was. I'm born seventy dollars. Sixteen and what a race to goaty cheating ignoring the black flag disqualified. I get the feeling as a someone growing up getting into formula. One.

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Tonio Liuzzi on His F1 Career

The Autosport Podcast

02:07 min | 1 year ago

Tonio Liuzzi on His F1 Career

"Today i'm joined by two special guests. The first italian driver who started his home pre five times between two thousand six and two thousand eleven in three different teams for going onto rice in twelve endurance. Championship super-g t on formula e v antonio While concern you drank your mess You i'm the second-guessed jonathan. Oh boy who covered. Tony are in formula one at the time And i guess the first time you would have been counted him would be back in two thousand and two macau pre. Yeah i think so. I mean high high tiny macau macau. I've done we'll try to help with coach times but tried to just to kind of meet a lot of the the young rising hotshots coming up and remember much of two thousand and two i think. At the time tonio beat michael schumacher that karting world championship. Macau such a such a big race. Although it wasn't one of his one of his best we can in terms results is always a great great experience race. In macau isn't i think he's one of the race. You can never forget the management the once and it was really shocking experience. 'cause michael is a really unique circuit. I was coming from Wait betty seasoning from what the german former the and whenever after macau and they said the circuit as a while was reading. Grandma goes you can expected to dugan southie like that because there's no more nicole in comparison do my cow that can be For the ball goes. Mcconnell is really unique is really scanty when you're driving with a former foam tree that these much slower than a foam once by taft It wasn't incredible experiences. I was lucky that we can cause in for session. Also sabido many steak because they wanted to offer that acting the first session and Michael the the The the let me do it. Because i i guess the i manage blue there for station in this white or the remaining as was climbing up in terms of speed

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"schumacher" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid

F1: Beyond The Grid

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"schumacher" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid

"There are so many things. I enjoyed about this conversation. First thousand mix equal in four languages. But i loved the details. He provided about driving the car because they shot a light on his analytical approach. But i also learned a lot about the man who knew that his mum karinna was where the racing genes really came from. I also loved what he had to say about his father. So many sons of racing drivers try to shun their pedigree and it's refreshing to hear make embrace his father's achievements and also his cars. He clearly loves the run outs that he gets in michael's old races make many. Thanks for your time. It was great to chat and good luck for the remainder of the season. And as ever please send in any stories or thoughts that you have on and remember. I'll read out the best ones next week. Send them to me at tom. Clarkson f. one or use the hashtag f1b on the grid which brings me onto what you sent in about bertrand gas show. After last week show and of course. Bertrand's connection with formula one will forever be linked to the schumacher family because of what happened in the lead up to spa nineteen ninety-one. Let's start with this from for brizio. I didn't know much about gastro story. He says. In fact i thought he was a loose cannon who assaulted a man and deservedly went to jail but thanks to be on the great. I discovered that he's a great guy who should have achieved mush more in his career. Great pod we'll thanks for that fabrizio and yes you're right. Bertrand is a great guy and just imagine if he had the chance to drive the jordan at spa. Thirty years ago what might have achieved ludovic. Montgomery had this to say great interview again thank you. It's a joy to listen to in the car. But sean is such an intelligent man and you can feel his positively the way. He described his formula. One career is strength and how he did speak about his weaknesses and struggles to this. Honesty is rarely seen. Well thank you ludovic. And what really comes across i think is. That bertran is a grown-up. He doesn't make excuses. And as you say that honesty is rarely seen more about this from bench showing. If you've an hour to spare while you're driving or whatever please do listen to this incredible podcast. Thanks man the story of how gash show got banged up and schumacher got his drive from unexpectedly being jailed to try to be tat up to be a getaway driver. It's a corker. Thanks bertran stories about life in jail. Were amazing weren't they. And end with this. From ed spencer listening to bertrand cashews perspective on his time in jail on the thirtieth anniversary of his sentencing is genuinely gripping and shocking at the same time another superb you on the grid podcast and another superb interview on the events of august nineteen ninety-one. Thanks for that as you say. A lot of what bertrand said was both gripping and shocking. What a story. I could read out lots more messes because because we receive loads but we'll leave it there for now and thanks to everyone who wrote in. We love hearing what you have to say. Well that's it for another week. I hope you enjoyed hearing from mick. And don't forget to send in your thoughts and stories on him and as ever. I'll be back next week with another great guests from the world of formula one so see beyond the greatest produced by f. one in association with audio until next time he it out..

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"schumacher" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid

F1: Beyond The Grid

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"schumacher" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid

"Kind of with any gay lever. A sequential have raced sequential but never a h paton and The pedal books was very small for some reason so might might break foot. I was right foot breaking trying to heal and toe which they've never done before not very good but it was It was stuck on a bold. So every time i was breaking it was only breaking halfway and i had to claw chat to So many things at the same time. I going on but it was. It was fun. Luckily i never went from fourth to third. I think that was the risky part. So i always managed to go from fourth fifth but yeah it was a. It was a great memory and a great day to be racing. You've now driven. Correct me if i'm wrong. Three of his cows three cows. The benetton b one nine four the ferrari f two thousand and four and this jordan is there another one the two thousand and two ferraris. Well says i can't thank you. Yes have you got a favorite the two thousand and two. Why why is that. I mean it's for one. The most successful car is driven. Well it was Here where he won the championship with the car. And he's been on the podium every race every like seventy races. Oh seventeen race out of seventeen. I think he's never finished lower than thud in that car. And i mean obviously it's it's. It's an impressive car. It's a beautiful car to look at Sounds gorgeous sounds amazing. That feel quick when you compare it to. Today's 'cause it feels superlight that's what it does. It's it's You know run conan's and especially low like low-speed corners Is so agile. And that's something which i feel. We mission those costs right now because they are so long. They're men's equipment especially through false conan's but you know those lows because you really feel the way see. We clinched the championship where tough fight. And i'm just delighted happy. What made you want to follow in the footsteps. Because it's a time factor. Follow this one following. You've just started a band and you following the rolling stones. It's it's hard isn't it or is it depends on what mentality or what mindset. He go into it. I think for me personally. I don't try to make sense. Obviously i wanna achieve and and do my best in sport. I wouldn't say that. I try to beat him. Make sense or my emissions are to you know just drive because i love it and Obviously when i do something. I want to do it right and if i do enjoy what i'm doing i al fisher dude good so My goal is to become world champion at some point. It's it's a big oscar know but I think without that ambition. I would be in the wrong spot now. Trailer for this shoe schumacher. Do we call it a documentary. That netflix is a documentary. Yeah the trailers out now. Film comes out on the fifteenth of september. You've contributed to the film. Obviously what did you learn about your dad's in that whole process and did anything surprise you. I would say that for me. Personally i got a new point of view of how his career went and Obviously being in it myself now and formula one even though it's only been eleven races twelve. I understand the sacrifice hit to take you know how much it took for him to achieve what he did. How passionate you have to be about something to to achieve that and something which also always brings back memories when when you decided two thousand and six to stop. I completely understand it because you know if you don't have the ambition to win any more than overseas it's benefit. Do something else personally for me. It's like you know. I'm in the middle of say my peak All getting towards it. And i love the sport and i could never think of giving a hundred percent But i'm sure that you know in the future. If let's say. I get to point where i am. You know at the end of my career. I've achieved what he has achieved. And i don't have the ambition anymore than to say. Stop that i think is right. He made that decision to retire at the end of two thousand six and yet his passion for this was still so strongly. He drove from the back in brazil. Finished fourth one of his best races. Although he didn't get on the podium share that passion the vitamin doughty is definitely one of the things. I think where. I've taken a lot of jeans off him because i do have that. Fight a mentality. I you know especially races where you know maybe in qualifying. I was disqualified or for some reason had about qualifying normally those races. Where the ones where. I fought the most and got the most. Let's say places or even got onto podium and You know that's the races where consistency is really key key to winning a championship as well. How proud of you to be continuing. The sri mac legacy in formula one hugely proud being able to get back into phone. One as a shoemaker is is overseas something where many people said. I would never make it but yet i'm here so know i'm proud of of everybody. Who who helped me and support me along the way and still do to this day so I am i'm ready to. I'd make what's your greatest strength as a driven for me personally is consistency in terms of racing. But then also being hot worker I enjoy working. I enjoy working with many different people who have expertise in in different areas to then be able to learn from them. How tough is it. Been on mum to be living the former one life again i. I'm guessing that when when dad was racing her nerves must have been enshrined. the now are no the sun's doing it as well i mean. Is it tough on mom. I think she's totally fine within. Always been very very supportive on it and you know She's trying to oversee support my sister with reigning. Because that's what my mom does is is riding horses. She loved horses and she loves horses and so she's trying to really balance between us to. I know that she likes racing coin to she's She's been strong. Go carter yourself And yes she was. Only half a second slow. The my dad kerpen. She was She was really quite the front page. That's yeah does. The family still have an association. With the cartwright in copen why would say motioning. Yes so. I'm actually going back there on monday after spa. So much looking forward to that seeing everybody again And maybe even doing some laps. I love this. I see moms jeans. It's not yet okay. I'll so she's still loving it. does she come too. Many races or cove is and commitments at home with the horses that made it difficult for her to travel. It made it difficult but still she tries to come to races. I think she's coming to monster so hopefully we'll we'll have more support when you started karting this making sense to me now. The pennies dropping. Because didn't you use her maiden name when you start here okay. Yeah mom mom the okay gotta not. What about. You mentioned your sister gina. She loves arraigning which looks like an extraordinary sport. I might say. I've watched a little bit on.

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"schumacher" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid

F1: Beyond The Grid

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"schumacher" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid

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"schumacher" Discussed on Past Gas

Past Gas

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"schumacher" Discussed on Past Gas

"But now everybody in the nba's all star everyone's a special assistant in. That'd be a super assistant now but i think I dunno eitan for sure. Yeah i think he's great. I don't want to demean anything. But it seems like he's he's got that special something that makes him one of the best that's ever gonna race You can tell if someone has it. Or if they don't and he was in cars. So like what's his name. Michael schumacher car at the end of cars. One he visits greet britos tire shop in greece. Like he's a michael schumacher and then faints his his. His name was michael wheel macher nice. Yeah so i guess really no. That's a good place to end. But that's how you close out one hundred with a very just on the nose pun thanking us for listening one hundred episodes. Wow yeah if you if you have any suggestions or want us to talk about any particular subject email us at passing donut media dot com. Let us know if you think schumacher's f. one goat. You think hear a lot about goats recently is he the go. Let us know what your favorite episode of the show has been so far and thank you for tuning in for all one hundred episodes. Yeah i wanna think my co host. James peng free at james peng frey cool people keep going and no one at nolan j sykes thank you and joe at joji weber. Follow all if you'd like Yeah man oh. Big things to our Our director tommy and our producer gavin. Bridget because she was These episodes shout out to canaan chomped to Christina wrote this episode shots carlos. Yeah thank you. Everybody who's support of the show. Thank you everyone who worked on the show and thank you to you for listening. Yeah most thank you to you guys like all those guys and us could probably be replaced the collective. You is the only reason that this podcast exist. So thank you very much and we'll see next week on passed gas. Be kind go get it. Go out there and get it guys and keep it choose. Be the goat of your own life either. Go if your laurie.

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"schumacher" Discussed on Past Gas

Past Gas

08:35 min | 1 year ago

"schumacher" Discussed on Past Gas

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Jig five twenty pro works with a wide variety and size of materials and is great for building all types of indoor and outdoor wood projects. The craig pocket hole jake. Five twenty pro comes with everything you need and retails for just ninety nine ninety nine it's available nationwide at home depot lowe's and other home centers woodworking hardware stores. Learn more at craig tool dot com. It's k. r. e. g. tool dot com. Thanks greg the sheer magnitude of schumacher's legacy cannot be overstated aside from his record-breaking moments on the grid schumacher made an enormous impact on the world of motorsport. For example for me the one was considered a fringe sport in germany and by the time he retired in two thousand six. Three of the top. Ten drivers were german more than any other nationality and more than have ever been president in formula history. Sebastian battle felt schumacher. Was the key in him. Becoming a formula one driver schumacher is also credited with pioneering fitness regime for drivers and good thing too because they used to be fat. Drivers need muscle strengthen their next core and legs in order to stand up driving at speeds of two hundred and twenty miles per hour. Santa push the importance of staying fit but schumacher drove it home and made it a regular practice for drivers. According to an article by will gray for your a sport schumaker spent hours in the gym honing himself into a lean light and strong performance athlete with combination of endurance training and core strength exercises. He set the standard for young drivers coming up through the ranks. He saw physical fitness as interpol to being a perfect driver but two thousand four schumacher was the highest paid athlete in the world and the following year. He became the world's first billionaire athlete. Whoa and this success isn't just monetary. He's won so many words and earned so much recognition that listing off. His achievements could make a whole other episode. So we'll keep it. Brief in twenty twenty schumacher was voted. The most influential person in f one history by sports fans. Not bad for a bricklayer son. Not bad for the son of a bricklayer and brickhouse unfortunately schumacher is known for more than just as achievements at the time of this recording on december. Twenty ninth twenty thirteen. While he was skiing with his son mick. Who's currently driving for haas. He fell and hit his head on a rock while crossing an unsecured backcountry area in the french alps despite wearing a helmet which is physicians. Later said saved his life schumacher suffered a traumatic brain injury and was placed into a medically induced coma for six months. He then spent four months in a hospital in switzerland until he was well enough to return home. In september twenty fourteen though a status is ultimately unknown reports indicate that he is paralyzed struggles to communicate and has memory problems. Updates over the last seven years have been few and far between Most likely due to his emphasis on personal privacy according to his ghost rider. Sabine kim if michael is racing. And he's one hundred percent racing and in private he's one hundred percent. Private is clearly divided thus his current status is somewhat unknown but as of november twenty twenty. It's been said that is condition continues to improve albeit slowly. I think it's obviously privacy for the better man like when you're such like an icon like that you know like i'm sure both like your family and yourself if you're able to like make decisions like you don't want people to see you Not as you were even if he is the goat. Michael schumacher is so much more than that. Not only was your massive record breaker and center and kind of extra every now and then. But he's also a renowned flam to pissed. Schumacher is a special ambassador to unesco and has donated one point five million pounds the organization. He also paid for the construction of a school in dicara senegal and supports a hospital for child victims of war in sarajevo in lima peru. He funded the palace for the poor which helps homeless children. Earning education clothing food medical attention and shelter and outside of his work with underprivileged. Children schumacher supports international campaigns to recognize road deaths as a major global health issue when asked about his charitable works schumacher said quote. It's great if you can use your fame and the power. Your fame gives you to draw attention to things that really matter. He's also a family man. Someone kept his private life private. There's something admirable about that in a world. obsessed with celebrity. Perhaps will find out a bit more about him on a personal level and certainly as health status when a new netflix documentary. The first one ever approved by family premiers on september fifteenth. But for now we can appreciate him as a truly talented driver. I play on my list. So is he the goat. Let's put it this way. Michael schumacher was known for his perfectionist. Drive to win. Possess the ability to produce fast laps pivotal race moments and could push a car to its limits for sustained periods. We know the obvious comparison is to lewis hamilton to off fairness is crushing. Many of schumacher's records. But if schumacher was that great back then just imagine what he could have accomplished in today's cars so gentleman. What do you think speaks for itself. I think schumacher obvious icon. I mean the. There's a reason we chose him for one hundred episode. I don't think that can be discounted but if we're looking at if we just look at pure stats lewis breaking all of his records. You know at some point. Someone's gonna break lewis's records as well. Yeah it's a thing. These are things that these are these sort of titles stat stand for a long time and then someone comes along and breaks them. you know. That's a cycle of sports. I think the whole goat talk as of recent is kind of misleading because like people are still comparing modern players to like records that were held in eighteen. eighty four. and it's like that was a different game back then. People didn't care so much about fitness like they probably drank beer. Wanna talk about fat guys. Yeah look at babe. Ruth looks insane compared to like aaron judge. She's like six seven. And it's like a prototype human drinking beer and smoking cigarettes in the dugout. Yeah it's like why who is keeping records who the guy who's keeping records is also drinking beer and smoking cigarettes even more recently. Like you know the comparison to jordan or lebron. Whoever yeah argument that jordan didn't have to play against anybody really. Yeah and that was. It was a different came back. Then it was more physical. People were getting messed up on the court. I don't know what i'm talking about.

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"schumacher" Discussed on Past Gas

Past Gas

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"schumacher" Discussed on Past Gas

"Belgian grand prix breaking allen process record for most career wins unfortunately though controversy once again came call in two thousand two when he retained his championship on the back of his teammate. Rubens barrichello who the team ordered to slow down to allow schumacher the win. And thus the title in two thousand three schumacher broke. Juan manuel fangio's record of five world drivers championships by winning for the sixth time and finally in two thousand and four. He said a brand new record of seven drivers titles which has recently been matched by lewis hamilton. In two thousand and five the rule changes for the season were more or less an effort to disrupt ferrari's dominance and renos fernando alonzo took over his champion schumacher was quoted quote. It's like trying to fight with a blunt weapon if your weapons are weak. You don't have a chance doesn't six. The last of schumacher's ferrari career. He surpassed another one of centers records with sixty six pole positions. Despite ending the season on the podium for the italian grand prix ferrari announced that schumacher had decided to retire however it was quickly revealed that he would continue to work for ferrari as assistant to the newly appointed ceo john taught which would allow schumacher to work in development and selected teams future drivers around this time. Nikki louder and david couth hard among others proclaimed schumacher as the greatest all around racing driver in the history of the sport so at this point in the story schumacher was retired but he was hardly headed to a beach in mexico where everyone goes when they retire. She doesn't seven schumacher became a ferraris adviser and john tots su super assistant in quotes. Which i think they were trying to make it sound like a more of a big boy title but they made it sound a lot like a little kid title classroom jobs they rotate through like every week crap. Mrs sees super assistant. You can be my super assistant executive vice assistant. What is theirs position. Well as put it. He'll be very close to us while he won't have any particular obligation to be present neither in the factory nor at the races nor at private tests he'll be an indispensable interface in the process of making decisions for the future. Ferrari sporting arm. Finally as he's done up to now he will make his contribution on the definition of the road cars. That's of like what. I don't hear a very special assistant. Jesse's a super assisted or shoemaker. Put it. I don't think right. Now there's any need to specify in concrete terms. Exactly how or what i will do. I'm very happy to be involved in this way. I look forward first of all to get some rest for a few months. And then i'll have a much clearview on what i'd like to have. I mean just solidify when you come back to her click it out then as it turned out. It seemed like it was a mix of both descriptions. I don't okay sure. Schumacher spent his final super. Assist year focused on testing electronics and tires for the two thousand eight season and assisting development program in two thousand eight. He helped develop a ferrari road car. Schumacher's also responsible for ferrari's decision to hire kimmy reich in to replace him which is pretty on point considering their shared distaste for interviews and their general over it deminers in two thousand eight while he worked with ferrari schumacher also began competing in low level. Motorcycle races in ibm superbike series. Despite his interest in motorcycles he claimed he did not intend to start a new kind of sporting career though he absolutely loved the feeling of being on a do coty. Can you imagine you're like a lower level like like pro-am racing event and you're like man. I feel like pretty good. And then like michael schumacher rose up next to you. Yeah the guy who nikki. Louder was like yeah. He's like the best. He's the best race carter. And you're like all right. Yeah he's a race car driver. But like i've pretty good on the bike dude and then he just smokes you around the same time. He was experimenting with motorbikes. Schumacher helped to develop the first lightweight. Carbon helmet with schubarth. A german company helmets. He wore throughout his f one career according to motor one report the extremely light weight and aerodynamic helmet is packed with technical and safety innovations because there simply is no room for error where schumacher put it. Attention to detail has always been particularly important to me. And i don't intend to leave anything to chance. Future iso however schumacher was not built for his so-called retirement in two thousand nine fatty driver. Felipe pay mass a seriously injured. During the hungary rain grand prix schumacher was chosen to be as replacement at the next race however complications from a motorcycle injury earlier that year prevented schumacher from getting clean. Bill of health to compete. Despite the setback his passion for racing was reawakened who schumacher decided to return to formula. One for the two thousand ten season alongside nico rosberg on the new mercedes. Gp team as. We've mentioned his preparations to replace. Massive for ferrari reignited his passion for the sport which combined with a long held ambition to dry from mercedes and work with team principal ross brawn led him to accept their offer. Fortunately he passes physical exams and he was ready to go. Let's go let's go. oh man. let's let's go go. Oh there's going to be like ninety year old guys if years that are still doing that with like face tattoos. Her dangerous go talk. Schumacher's first season back was relatively unremarkable. Especially since it was the first year since his debut in nineteen ninety-one that he finished without a win. Paul position podium or even fastest lap according to grand prix dot com the mercedes. Mgp w. o. One possessed an inherent understeer exacerbated by the narrow front tires introduced for the season. Though they later adjusted the cars schumacher still finish the season. In ninth place with seventy two points not bad you know come back from retirement. Still finished top ten okay. In two thousand eleven schumacher fared a little bit better and mark the twentieth anniversary of his formula one debut in belgium by moving up from last on the grid to fifth place. Hell yeah. He became the oldest driver to lead a race in the japanese grand prix since jack brabham in one thousand nine seventy and eventually finished the season in eighth place this time around by two thousand. Twelve mercedes' consensus indecision about its place on the grid and both he and the team decided that it would be his final season in formula. One at the european grand prix schumacher finished third in the race. His first podium since his return and became the oldest driver to achieve a podium at forty three years and one hundred seventy three days schumacher ended his epic f. One run by setting the fastest lap and germany for the seventy seventh time in his career and then became the second driver in history to race in three hundred grand prix when he retired. His seat was taken over by lewis. Hamilton fitting yeah very fitting. It is strange to watch these older seasons back in c. c. schumacher. Indie.

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"schumacher" Discussed on Past Gas

Past Gas

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"schumacher" Discussed on Past Gas

"Take this quote from ross brawn. For example is she marco was quite a misunderstood cannock. Back i don't know if inside. He liked the impression he created because he was an intimidating character but personally he was the opposite valley charming and very very sweet little personal puppy us one of the softest boys i ever knew weirs fat bastard running this huge studio. I don't know i wouldn't. Maybe he's in one of our many many toilets. Our studio has eighteen bathrooms for flushing constantly. We have to watch according to sabine chem away from the track. Michael laid back relaxed guy. He's much less of a perfectionist. He's patient he's devoted to his family and as a sense of man on the track he is an absolute fighter. But that is more or less gone soon as he gets out of the car by the time. Nineteen ninety seven rolled around. Ferrari was a great to win. Its first drivers championship in eighteen years. Schumacher and jacques. Vilna of williams were in direct competition with vilna leading the way in the early part of the season however schumacher took the championship lead by mid season and entered the spanish grand prix. The final of the season with a one point advantage. Does this sound familiar. Unfortunately towards the end of the spanish grand prix schumacher's car suffered a coolant leak and it seemed like he'd have to retire. The as villneuve attempted to pass schumacher. The german attempted to provoke an accident but ended up spinning out as his rival drove on to finish third. The faa determined that schumacher deliberately tried to ram villneuve. And he was disqualified from the driver's championship. So i mean there's a lot of similarities between him and max because max very competitive and you know kind of blurs the line between What's legal or what he needs to do at that moment to be. I you know. Max hasn't been found guilty of trying to ram anybody compilation shukri. I would still say the more competitive of the two guys but also the perception that we have of these drivers Also fueled a lot by the british commentary on the races. You know they're very you know they're going to support their their guy. Years is maybe years is oh. Is joe watching. Spanish dubbed commentary or cheap project. I'm talking about myself. I don't even watch the races. These are based on my personal relationships with all these men party with these dudes. May i party with these guys. Yeah i know. I've seen the real maxx shopping. Yeah i feel like max gets to your house party. And then he's like a simulator over there. I'm going to go like chat. Oh for sure. That's he's that guy. Got to describe. Max chapman right. Yeah greedy gets owe greedy guts. Whoa yeah what does he eats. All the snacks here for me. A stack cheese plate. Here comes old greedy got. We'll get back more pass gas right now. Monsters big thanks to valvoline for sponsoring this episode. 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So you don't have to see anyone on camera if you don't want you don't have to wait waiting room. It's much more affordable than in person. Therapy can start communicating with your therapist in under forty eight hours unload the stressors and get some unbiased feedback and even pretty surprised at what you might gain from it. See if it's for you. This podcast is sponsored by better help and pass gas by donut media listeners. Get ten percent off their first month at better help dot com slash pass gas. That's b. e. t. t. e. r. h. e. l. p. dot com slash. Pass gas. think you better health. In one thousand nine hundred eight schumacher nearly his title but lost out in the final two races. To mclaren's mika hakkinen then in one thousand nine hundred nine schumacher losses chance to win the driver's championship at the british grand prix. When his car's rear brake failed incentive. Careening off the track. He suffered a broken leg and was out of the driver's seat for ninety eight days but came back for the malaysian grand prix and qualified on pole position by nearly a second. My goodness mika hakkinen. The opponent schumacher supposedly respected. The most ended up winning the drivers championship that year. However largely due to schumacher's help ferrari finally clinched. Its first constructors championship. In sixteen years. We could dig into schumacher's remaining for our years deeply to save some time. We'll just say that. From two thousand two thousand four schumacher won more races and championships than any other driver in history of the sport until lewis. Hamilton beat his record in twenty twenty. Here are some of the highlights. In two thousand he equaled the number of wins forty one by his former rival and hero airtran senna and broke down in tears that same year. He finally won his third championship. In two thousand and one schumacher took his fourth title. Some season highlights include the canadian grand prix where schumacher finished second to his brother. Ralph scoring the first ever one to finish by brothers in formula one schumacher also scored fifty second career win. During the.

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"schumacher" Discussed on Past Gas

Past Gas

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"schumacher" Discussed on Past Gas

"Formula one k. Mccollum michael schumacher made his formula. One debo with the jordan ford team at the nineteen ninety one belgian grand prix. He is something for french driver. Bertrand gas show. Who is busy being in prison for road rage related incident. I want us in syria's if a french guy is getting arrested for road rage. I feel like that's pretty. Intense event schumacher didn't take his position lightly when his team was held up with contract negotiations wasn't able to take schumacher around the spouse circuit. The young german learned the track on his own by cycling around it on a bicycle that he brought with him from home. That is not. That's not an impressive feat because spas super hilly lot uphill. He impressed the paddock further by qualifying seventh in the race which led motor sports journalist. Joe soured to report that clumps of german journalists were talking about the best talent since stefan bowl off unfortunately during the race itself schumacher was forced to retire. The car on the first lap do the clutch problem. I mean that's super impressive. Because the jordan at that time was not a very good car. So i mean you get a young driver in a bad car. And he qualified seventh. Pretty damn good. That'd be like well let's say mix schumacher a michael schumacher son. Got the haas in the seventh. You know yeah that seems like impossible right now. following his debut and despite an agreement between jordan and schumacher's management that the driver would stay on the team for the remainder of the season schumacher was hired by bennington ford for the following race jordan was furious and fun injunction in the uk courts to prevent schumacher from driving. But hey they hadn't signed a final contract and lost the suit. Get it in writing. She micro finishes maiden year with four points from six races with his best. Finish a fifth-place. The italian grand prix on not bad at all nolan. That's right at the start of the nineteen hundred season schumacher finished third and took his place on the podium. For the first time in a mexican grand prix race is he then took his first official victory at the belgian grand prix in a wet race on what he would later call far and away his favourite track. That's something that Michael and i have in common spas my favorite f. one track. This would also set him up for his future. Nickname reagan my star or rain master. She muggy ended the nineteen ninety-two season in an impressive third placed in the drivers championship with fifty three points which is very very impressive for such a driver of the nineteen. Ninety-three was a decent year for the driver in which he had one win nine podium races. It wasn't until nineteen ninety-four that schumacher finally secured his driver's championship becoming the first german in history to do unfortunately as listeners at the podcast may remember from episode. Eighty three nine thousand nine hundred. Ninety four was particularly controversial year. There were allegations that several teams. The most importantly schumacher's benetton broke technical regulations more tragically role in ratzenberger and ayrton senna one of schumacher's greatest rivals and personal idol tragically died during the same marino grand prix and event schumacher witnessed from directly behind senate. She he probably because it didn't look that bad. He probably didn't until afterwards finally schumacher pulled an exceptionally controversial move. At the final race of the season. The title deciding australian grand prix. Williams damon hill was only one point behind schumacher going into the race and both were desperate to prove themselves. Michael was in the lead win hill finally saw away to pass him. He took the inside line into the corner but schumacher turned in and their cars collided. Schumacher spun out nearly flipping. The benetton and hill was forced to retire car. If this sounds familiar pretty much the same thing happened. This year at silverstone between mattress tap in ann lewis hamilton. If like social media was around at the time of this incident between schumacher and hill. Yeah i think it would have been even more inflammatory. This is like one of the most controversial moments in f one history. Here as i've never seen video this is it look like schumacher is definitely in the wrong. Or what. it's pretty hanky man pretty hanky panky. Yeah yeah michael schumacher. It would have been a huge story that michael schumacher on follow damon hill on twitter. What is what is hinky mean. Hanky like what does that mean. Jody she i think like it's a pretty old-timey word. Non probably learned it from his grandpa or something. Yeah i when. I had a lucid dream last night where i had a conversation with my grandpa back in the old man mode. The definition is dishonest or suspect. He knew the guy was hinky. If you read huck finn. But during her day. So schumacher's ahead. He's probably about a second ahead of hill or two seconds ahead of hill but he goes off the track pulls back onto the track. Hill is obviously faster. But it's so deliberate that schumacher turns in front of hill. And in fact yeah he. Almost does flip has benetton and schumacher crashes into a tire barrier. So it's insane that he was even able to keep driving but he'll had to come in 'cause tired up some and they retired. The car tyrod also got bent. Pretty crazy pretty. Hanky that says that some hinky stuff Schumacher won his first title. But too many. It didn't feel like a clean. Victory felt like hinky one nice determined to prove himself. Once more schumacher entered the nineteen ninety. Five season with a specific kind of termination. He again absolutely crossed. The competition specifically into wet drives in belgium and hungary and by the end of the season after nine first place wins schumacher claimed his second driver's championship. And this time it wasn't he goes wet. Though it was in one thousand. Nine hundred ninety six schumacher joined full-body who hadn't won the drivers championship since nineteen seventy nine and the constructors championship. Since one thousand nine hundred eighty three michael said he left bennington due to their actions in one thousand nine hundred ninety four but i bet a contract at salary of sixty million dollars over two years didn't hurt either. Though many doubted ferrari to the extent that their pit crews were running. Joke on the paddock schumacher declared the ferrari. four twelve. T was good enough to win the championship. And you know what guys he almost did. He finished the season in third for the drivers championship and help for clinched second place in the constructors championship knowing schumacher along with ross brawn. Rory byrne and john taught have been credited with transforming the ferrari team most people who worked with schumacher echo. The same sentiment schumacher was extremely popular on the paddock and it seemed to possess an innate ability to galvanize the team around him although he was considered stern and a bit cold interviews so german was known for being a kind and thoughtful teammate..

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459: Spanish GP Qualifying Report

The Autosport Podcast

01:36 min | 1 year ago

459: Spanish GP Qualifying Report

"Qualifying day in spain. And it's an absolutely incredible one hundred pole position for lewis hamilton. An amazing achievement finance another pole position for mercedes. You have grabbed po at this track. Every essence twenty thirteen newest will be joined on the front row by max stopped with three hundred between them whilst battery blocked us and charlotte lock will be lining up behind on the second bar. We didn't see top three improving on their final runs with how much actually don't want at the exit with an ultimate corn by didn't matter as neither the stop an off as managed to improve that times either charlotte did manage to set personal bests in his final lap with alpine of estevan splitting ferraris. M p five and call signs behind impe six daniel. Ricardo bounced back from last weekend's qualifying finishing seven fastest beating saggio perez. Who spun at tom fatty on his last. Run and ricardo also out qualified teammate. Landau norris who came in p. nine. The top ten was rounded out with finanza alonzo and notable absence from keith rate was gasoline who despite looking quick in key. One was eliminated in q two for the first time in twenty twenty one and he will line up p twelve tamara in-between the aston martins launch. Tro and sebastian vessel antonio g. of nazi came. Mp fourteen ahead of mr saturday. George russell mp fifteen who again managed to make out key one and in doing so we saw. The elimination of yuki sonoda was quite the surprise about quite straighted team radio. Finally we had kimmy ryan. Mp seventeen ahead of schumacher nicholas fiamme nikita miles

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"schumacher" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

Out of Bounds Podcast

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"schumacher" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

"A but not but yeah like a similar one. Should you guys should be charging about the same. Yeah it's hard to know because no post their prices exactly and nobody's like oh. I made this much this year and if they argue that guys a dick. It's not like it's it's a weird thing man and and i don't envy that's why ask like at twenty. That's gotta be a hard thing to navigate but it's got to be nice to have people in your corner jesse who can be. This is kinda what things are like. This is how you kinda yeah resumes. Yeah so and people that have gone before me especially in alaska and seeing what other people do. A lot of it is locally based like as far american cross country skiers. We don't have a ton of value to like big companies. Unless jesse were getting on new york times and all this stuff. Yeah you know like most people around my current level or like like. I have an impact on my community big time. I'd say which i'm proud of. And i think that that means that local businesses. I think do have an incentive to sponsor me but like comcast doesn't have much of a reason to sponsor me and that's only going to change if more people get like literally full circle right there that's only gonna change if more people are in the sport and more people care and more people clicking on links on webb's that's that's what it is at the end of the day. It's like i can sit here and complain all. There's too many people at the drill head but at the same time like i don't be complaining about there not being enough money and skiing and cycling and whatever you know if you ride an intense by in all those people you on an intense by in that makes it or more intense bikes than intense than you have more worth to dance. And then they're doing better and you can be like. Oh i saw much people. I don't know how much that work. Because i've that i might. The poll brand. That i started on for years ago is now pretty big locally and if not anywhere else like i don't see him anywhere else i feel like i sold a bunch of players and so to about myself with that brand apfel like see like the actual point of sponsor working because a lot of the time he like see someone like with. I don't know like a local telecommunications company. And i'm like how many phones did you really sell. You know yeah no but that's a good feeling when you sell and you're like i know how many like i know i did a good job like i can see. It feels good because you don't just want as much as pay like it's not about the money like we do the spark because like i would love for this to be a two way street and i think one hundred one believes that i can help the company that i'm partnered with them donating because i mean what like if someone really wants to donate the donate but and i guess you know you're giving back to them a little bit if it's if you're entertainment for them and it's just like a dude who owned companies like. I like watching us so yeah yeah i guess but it's like it's much better to me if it works both ways and then it's also like it's not like you owe them anything either. You don't feel you don't have that. Like looks like wifi cut again but it is what it is but yeah if it goes both ways then it's like you don't always anything you both feel good about it even if you guys decide to like amicably split you guys decided that and you're both happy with the relationship and you can revisit later. I think that's a really good thing. And that's an important thing to know because there's so many times when you know product isn't good or the relationship doesn't fit and it doesn't work out and then like you know it just doesn't happen but in the beginning it was all about the money if it doesn't work it doesn't work and you can't force those things so yes interesting. How it all plays. Certainly. yeah all right. that's it. I think gus tell people where they can find you on social media anything you got going on anywhere else. People can find you on the interwebs. Tell people tell people what's up. No we're good we're going to cut. They wanna make sure you hear me. Yeah i can hear this one part. That actually matters here got really nunciate. Well gus dodge schumacher on instagram schumacher on facebook. Not that active there. But i do post links to my blog there. That website is just gus schumacher dot com. And there's a blog link at the top that actually this winter i was really pretty consistent about updating and i think entertain some able some of those was probably a little boring but got some some good pictures on there so i think that's instagram. They're probably the best places to follow along. Awesome anything big coming up all announce it on those things but as of now. I don't really have anything. No or that was the episode with schumacher. Hope you guys enjoyed it Be sure to go to. Www dot enjoy winter dot com and use promo code out of bounds forty to say forty percent off and get free shipping so. I hope you guys enjoyed that talk. We'll talk to you guys on thursday But i'm not sure. Oh yeah and be sure to listen to the wednesdays days episode wednesday episodes Max i don't know we has this week. It'll be a surprise for for me as well talk to you bye..

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"schumacher" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

Out of Bounds Podcast

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"schumacher" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

"Hello hello Welcome to the alabama's podcast. My name's adam jabber and we have an excellent episode today for you with gus schumacher. Gus is a very young very athletic. Very cool nordic skier which i feel like i haven't said before on the show and i also feel like you don't hear like nordic cool that much But this is cool. I mean he's he's he's right. I really enjoyed talking to him. And i hope that that comes across. I also want to mention like i am not. I don't. i don't know that much about nordic obviously know a lot about alpine a lot about the discipline that i'm used to working in but nordic is just it's newer for me so I apologize for my learning curve. I guess as we go through this Because i'm not. I'm not the most knowledgeable nordic. But i'm i'm getting the chance to learn from somebody like gus here who seemingly knows everything. The dude is is very impressive. I've talked to them before on the snow report show and And this time. He's just on the real podcasts. We talk about training. We talk about you know one big ski that he did the day before record this We talk about how we talk about all kinds of things. So i hope you guys enjoy it Before we jump into this episode We need monsour for this week. And that is blizzard. I were Blitz makes some awesome athletic. I wear for you if you're into skiing for an if you're into riding bikes especially They make an awesome product across the board. I've been using the fusion Teams to be great for riding bikes. Especially because i have a lighter lens on high contrast and i've really been enjoying it so quality super high and it's a it's a product that can stand behind for sure so thank you those guys for sponsoring this episode of the show. If you're interested in checking out that stuff and getting a smoking deal You can get forty percent off and free shipping on your blizzard order which is ridiculous At enjoy winter dot com. You just have to use promo code out of bounds. Forty the capital. The beasts capital and forty is Is a number. So that's that. I hope you guys go check this stuff out. If you see something you like go for it. Like i said i'm using the fusion. There's a bunch of different color options light options lens options I'm super impressed with what this is. And honestly it's super easy to change lenses out so you have a couple different lens choices for whatever you're going to do So once again. That is promo code out of bounds. Forty at enjoy winter dot com for forty percent off and free shipping. So if you're gonna try some new shades highly recommend forty office about as good or goggles actually to if you're going to try new shades. This is a great time to do it. Forty office about as good as get so. Hope you guys do that. Be sure like ray review. Whatever on the show in. I tunes where apple podcasts. If you're a spotify listeners just keep listening Tight friends about the show if you enjoy it and we'll keep groans things much as we can and i'll talk to you guys on tuesday after this episode. Of course i think that's it cool enjoy schumacher goss. Who are you. Tell people a little bit about yourself and and then we'll take it from there. My name is gus schumacher. I'm athletes on the us. Cross country team. I'm from anchorage alaska and twenty years. Old nice does that make you. The youngest person on the us cross country team. No we have a pretty strong d team development team. So we've got guys my age. Yeah yeah why cross country. Like i mean i feel like that's not and i asked you this the last time we talked when we did the norquist show but like i i still i want people to hear from you again and i also still don't know if i fully understand what made you get into cross country because it's not necessarily the sport the think of when you're like. Oh what a twenty year old do and younger for sport in my head. at least it's not usually nordica cross country. Yeah for myself. You mean For yourself why is it for you. I mean for me. It started young with my parents getting me on skis. How everyone's currents do you know like in the backyard That looks the same for most kids. And downhills eat a little too as a kid. But when i started i played soccer. Did all that stuff as like an elementary school are and then anchorage has a pretty strong like six years old to twelve years old junior nordic program. So that. And i think my national like competitiveness had me just wanted keep doing better in that and then eventually i switched to club skiing in had some success young so anna just like like to be fully honest i just did pretty well and life and wasn't i guess i was exposed to soccer to and i guess i never really. Alpine skied with like the junior program. So maybe if i was exposed to a bunch more sports that could have been different but Yeah i just. I never really like second thaad. I just kept liking it and kept trying to get better at it. Yeah not that. I feel like i'm it almost sounds like i'm asking it in a bad way. Like why would you do cross country but like i think it's awesome that you're doing it like i think it's i think it's phenomenal that there's somebody that because you're good on social media. People seem to be fully engaged with you when people talk about you as an athlete you can see them kind of like light up in the way that they do with other athletes and other disciplines skiing or snowboard like. I haven't seen so much in the cross country side but it seems like you have whatever that is so. That's kinda why i'm wondering and i guess there's not that much to do in anchorage also right like and maybe that's being presumptuous too. I think there's plenty to do so but like yeah. There's less than other places you do lose fewer kids to other sports which is like. i think. it's just a little bit of chance. Like if i had been a place that had better mountain biking but also good nordic skiing maybe would have been a mountain bike around. I think a lot of like reason kids shoes or it's just like their proximity in in. There's no reason for nordic too many different really in terms of like athlete personality. I it is like it draws a certain personality. Which is what you're talking about there but it's not like it's nordic that's making it hard for me to have a social media presence. Most people are more people. I guess i guess the personality that's inclined to nordic is oftentimes personalities and just like keeping it within themselves. I guess which is gold zoo. And that's how. I am a lot of time but i also enjoy. I realize what the impact on the sport is when that can be when social media is used in best form. So and i think it just looks like like if you follow your social like it. Looks like you're just having fun. And i think that's that's the part that i think you see less about like everybody. There may be people with more followers than you on social four like in the cross country world. But it's different. It's like race results. Only and it's like very like professional like your. It looks like you're having a good time like it. Just looks like you're.

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As If Things Werent Bad Enough, Snakes Still Slithering Around Out There

The Topical

02:28 min | 2 years ago

As If Things Werent Bad Enough, Snakes Still Slithering Around Out There

"Kobe nineteen police brutality the twenty twenty presidential election. We're living through turbulent times here in the US characterized by chaos violence and widespread uncertainty, and now as if things weren't bad enough experts, today have confirmed that snakes are still slithering around out there will be ours Marcy Hammond joins us now with more Marcie please tell us there's been some kind of mistake. Well, I hate to say it Leslie but this is true on top of everything we're dealing with right now snakes are in. Fact Alive and kicking Dr Stanley Mendez a biologist from Stanford University shared the terrible news at a press conference earlier today take a listen team of our top researchers has discovered that snakes still exist these legless creeps continue to sling through gardens, lurk under rocks and drag their lousy bodies across American soil. At first we thought perhaps they were just a part of a garden hose or a really big worm but unfortunately, they are definitely still snakes. No Man are they shirt because a buddy? Of Mine killed one a few years ago. That was living under a shed that didn't take care of the problem for good I'm afraid not. It looks like snakes are pretty much here to stay. It's like this nation just can't catch a break. You're telling me now snakes certainly aren't the most pressing issue right now what with unemployment skyrocketing ice on violence the OPIOID epidemic change products that promise to restore your hairline, but just make your scalp single but remembering that snakes out there. To watching waiting, it just doesn't help at all exactly a- pandemic is one thing but a pandemic and snakes. It's all just too much and with virtually no legislation moving forward in the House or Senate. Many Americans are feeling justice helpless on the issue here single mother Amanda. Schumacher who represents one of millions struggling to cope every day I, wake up and wonder how I'm going to feed my children how I'm going to afford it if I get sick and are there any snakes outside? Even, worse, what if there are snakes inside? Then what am I going to have to quit my job and fight off AACSB fulltime? That's heartbreaking Marseille Ernie precautions we can take to avoid snakes like say standing on a chair in the center of the kitchen authorities are currently advising that anyone who sees a snake should be fully prepared to point and yell snake. That's all isn't there. Anything else we can do not really I mean if you want, you can take a picture with your phone to show everyone how gross it is a just when you thought twenty twenty couldn't get any worse I guess our only hope at this point is that they all accidentally get stepped on and that's right. Leslie will just have to wait and saying,

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Joel Schumacher, Director of Batman Films and ‘Lost Boys,’ Dies at 80

Donna and Steve

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Joel Schumacher, Director of Batman Films and ‘Lost Boys,’ Dies at 80

"Tell us everything except director Joel Schumacher died of cancer yesterday he was eighty years old is movies include the lost boys St Elmo's fire a time to kill phantom of the opera and he's infamous for Batman and robin because there're there suits had nipples on them yeah yeah well yeah I've been to the Clooney Batman yeah not my favorite I would say out of all the fat

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Joel Schumacher, Director of ‘St Elmo’s Fire’ and ‘The Lost Boys,’ Dies at 80

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Joel Schumacher, Director of ‘St Elmo’s Fire’ and ‘The Lost Boys,’ Dies at 80

"Director of filmmaker Joel Schumacher dead at the age of eighty he started as a costume designer and later directed St Elmo's fire back in nineteen eighty five making rob Lowe demi Moore and Emilio Estevez instant stars he also directed the lost boys Flatliners took over the Batman film franchise with Batman forever a spokesperson said he died from a long battle with

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Joel Schumacher, director of 'St. Elmo's Fire,' dies at 80

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Joel Schumacher, director of 'St. Elmo's Fire,' dies at 80

"Filmmaker Joel Schumacher has died in New York after a year long battle with cancer according to his representative marches are a letter with a look at his career she thanked us of some sort of Fairmount extract was that what it is for someone to some kind of magic spells was a kill you Batman and robin phantom of the opera of lost boys seen almost fire those are some of the movies Joel Schumacher made he got his start in New York doing window displays among his early Hollywood credits are writing the screenplays to the movies car wash and the Wiz more recently he directed two episodes of house of cards on Netflix Schumacher also directed the in excess video devil inside and seal's kiss from a rose

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Israeli Settlers And Palestinians In Occupied West Bank Grapple With U.S. Peace Plan

All Things Considered

03:23 min | 3 years ago

Israeli Settlers And Palestinians In Occupied West Bank Grapple With U.S. Peace Plan

"Under president trump's peace plan for the Middle East all Israeli settlements in the occupied west bank would remain in place that's the land that Palestinians seek for their own independent state reporter Naomi's level off as Palestinians and Israelis now living in the west bank what this plan would mean for them a tire is a Palestinian village perched on a rocky west bank him mayor Nasser el Atari takes me on a tour of the area in the municipalities white mini van we passed stone buildings some of them hundreds of years old but it never would have been number Atari tells me the village is famous for its herbs but he says over the years the village has lost a lot of farm lands to the Israeli settlement next door it has a similar name a tear at the Israeli anti settlement group peace now says Israel sees some land owned privately by people in a Tara for security perimeter around the settlement the group also says the settlements housing was built on land that had been used by other Palestinian villages of Iron Man at that at the time he takes me to a lookout point where you can see the settlement a bunch of red roofed houses after Israelis began to move there in the nineteen eighties Atari says no one here believe the settlement would stay for ever warning to trump's new peace plan it's not going anywhere man lam local health let him look he says of trump the person who doesn't own something has no right to give it away as a gift and he's not impressed by what the Palestinians would get the White House calls it a state but it would be in pieces surrounded by Israel went back often often when a donut on the he asks where is this state he's offering Atari like most Palestinians once the settlements out of the way there on occupied territory the UN security council has said they're illegal but across the hill in a terrified settlers feel a historic Jewish tied to the west bank I go to Sam's question markers house to ask him about terms plan he's a member of the town council and he and rolls a large map on his living room table for actually in the center of Israel it includes Israel and the west bank but he calls all of it is round you take map of Israel were like almost in the middle he says a tear it was built at a strategic place between two Palestinian cities to prevent them from growing together which he sees as a threat to Israel he's happy the trump plan would let them stay but one thing makes him nervous under the plan they would be an Israeli enclave surrounded by parts of the Palestinian state I think it's a shocking because you know you see where you live and they say that no that you know the Arabs will be all around you after the plan was released his counsel issued a message to a terror it residents over what sap Schumacher reads it to me I think this would describe as a lifestyle which you will note that god been no meat so in one area we're getting seventeen and it that's amazing on the other hand it continues a terror it will be an enclave in the so called Palestinian state his wife ideology marker says she's even concerned that people in a terror it might choose to go somewhere else I'm guessing families who would move many even

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                        Michael Schumacher, seven-time Formula One champion, is undergoing stem cell treatment at Paris hospital

WBZ Morning News

00:21 sec | 3 years ago

Michael Schumacher, seven-time Formula One champion, is undergoing stem cell treatment at Paris hospital

"Reports from France as seven time Formula One world champion Michael Schumacher is being treated at a Paris hospital with a cutting edge stem cell therapy Schumacher suffered a near fatal brain injury in it to what twenty thirteen skiing accident reports say he was admitted under tight guard to the shores Pompidou hospital for transfusions of stem

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DTG Pyrotechnics President, Dion Diehl, Talks About His Start in Pyrotechnics

EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

12:23 min | 3 years ago

DTG Pyrotechnics President, Dion Diehl, Talks About His Start in Pyrotechnics

"Us today is dion deal. He's <hes> the president of we called d._t. Pyro and going to talk to us about some things we saw it or venture this year deanne welcome. Thank you hello everyone well. It's really really really glad to have you with your appreciate your making the time to time to come in so let's <hes> before we get to the things we saw ventures or what goes into that. I'm going to start a little a bit with your background when somebody works in pyrotechnics professionally. There's <hes> there's an immediate assumption that we know a lot about you you. You were a terrible kid. You were always lighting. Things on fire takes like that is. Can you dispel that myth a little bit or how does somebody get into that that line of work. I like to think that was a little a little bit more responsible with my irresponsibility. As as a child i won't i won't lie ahead <hes> <hes> some experimentation z- <hes> when i was younger which kind of cultivated the spirit within me i guess where i'm from <hes> i'm from originally from georgia and my dad was a police officer and so <hes> fireworks at the time where illegal <hes> in georgia which made the the desire to get my hands on them as a a young boy <hes> even more exciting <hes> my personality type you know you remember the cap guns when your kid with the role of caps. Oh absolutely i didn't shoot it. Does what the gun i. I begged him with a hammer paper ones right before they went to the plastic brings exactly exactly so. I smell them right now. You know there's there's definitely only some of that. There was a desire when i was a kid to <hes> you know have fun with the all the things that were exciting as i imagine most boys. Are you know loud. Loud noises bright flashes big bang's. You know all of that stuff is exciting and so when the when i was a kid i got my hands hands on bottle rockets and <hes> you know saturn missiles those types of things as everyone else but <hes> is your dad going to be listening to this as he still no he. He's not with us anymore more but <hes> no no worries he was very resistant to providing me with fireworks as they were illegal at the time and my dad was very particular about following the law <hes> and so <hes> you know like everywhere else across the country come fourth of july or new year's eve fireworks are just around sure even in the states that are prohibitive and <hes> i snuck away and and i think my dad <hes> when he was not working he he wasn't concerned about what was going on in the neighborhood and i think he knew what we were doing to some degree. Maybe not to the scale but we had a lot of fun as a child and empire certainly started very young so this is a this is fascinating for me because it's you know it's an area. I'm just wildly. Ignorant is there is they. They were school that you go to is there. Is there a place that you go to train. Is it more of an apprenticeship sort of thing how do you how do you go from. I like these things that go boom to making it a career rear. <hes> somewhat of it's mostly apprenticeship based <hes> community <hes> that's changed quite a bit over the last decade <hes> and progresses this is <hes> to where it's becoming more formalized education certifications. I <hes> formerly was involved with the p._g._a. Which is the pyrotechnics guild international which which is kind of a similar to maybe you're casts. Oh <hes> as a private group that has started up to try to regulate the community and bring safety standards and operational standards across the board and p._g. Has developed course over the last maybe fifteen years i get involved with the local club and became a certified trainer. <hes> through the process well. I i should take a step back. I took the course and became certified in that <hes> <hes> but i also became a trainer and i've certified probably well over four hundred five hundred pirate technicians in the region <hes> as an educator with the program <hes> <hes> and teaching people to do that but how i got introduced to it <hes> was much more organic. It wasn't really something that i targeted <hes> i i ran a normal daytime job <hes> at the time period and <hes> when <hes> pyro was a hobby it was something that started <hes> you know doing the backyard shows for for friends but there was a love for it so we take everything two hundred ten percent me and my my buddies and so <hes> we didn't want to just do regular back backyard shows we wanted to do gran iran displays and and synchronize things and take it to a whole different level than i think just lighting one fees at a time and <hes> it's funny honey so there was a a local or there is a local fireworks store in green bay wisconsin <hes> that we would we would go to <hes> and patronize and learned over the years are pooling of our moneys and stuff for our shows. You know we would buy a substantial amount of fireworks every year. We'd increase it increase it. At least arstan arstan. Gina was five six hundred dollars one year than twelve hundred dollars and the more people you get involved and we'd grow the show he kept building and <hes> i actually have a background background electro mechanical engineering and <hes> so for me again like i was saying earlier not real exciting for me to just light one fees fees at a time i wanna light the same effect in five different positions and i wanted to be perfectly synchronized and so <hes> i built my own electronics to do this and this is you know in my late teens. <hes> you know when we started doing this and <hes> you know that desire just to kind of push the limits in and do cooling creative things <hes> was a big push and that local store actually introduced us to wisconsin club because they saw that there was a passion there that was deeper than just your regular consumer but as a quick aside <hes> i've been wisconsin resident resident for about ten years now and something i noticed noticed very soon after moving here is that we wisconsin i love fireworks we will we will have fireworks shows for any occasion. I think it was. I driven home. When i saw a saint patrick's day fireworks show that was all green <hes> here in oshkosh shortly after i moved in their fireworks stores all over the place. It seemed to be the open year round. It's fascinating part of the culture <hes> it did that have anything to do. You start at in georgia. How did you get to wisconsin. Did you hear there's a lot of fireworks here. That's where i gotta be. No at that time i was looking for a life change. I was young. I was seventeen and and really trying to explore you know my <hes> individualism and pyro wasn't really a part of the thought process at the time <hes> and and that brought me up to wisconsin in in your correct something that's unique to know. Is that in you know about the pyro community here in wisconsin. It's bigger than you think. I think it is. <hes> wisconsin actually has the largest <hes> licensed pyrotechnics per capita than anywhere else in the united states and a lot of that is supported by similar to icaza a great local club here the wisconsin pyrotechnic guard skilled that helps foster <hes> of that and so <hes>. There's definitely eh something unique and special about wisconsin. I don't know if it's the long winters in the exciting. Let's get out and have some fun in the summer and so <hes> people take things to a whole different level. Oh you know when they have to unleash all that built up <hes> excitement <hes> but wisconsin is definitely a very pyro friendly state absolutely yeah. I'm from connecticut connecticut and don't quote me on this. I seem to remember like a big deal. When i was a kid was that sparklers finally became a legal in connecticut that was that was the big stuff that we talk doc so and you were lucky because in georgia when i was a kid they didn't even allow those no snakes snakes. No no they were boring. They were very very boring back. Then i mean no offense to anybody out there who might be in the snake business but those those are the the ridiculous little pellets l._s._u. Let him on fire and just ask squirts out and you do those as a kid because that's the that's one of the things your parents might let you do if they won't let you like the good stuff. If you're deprived arrived at your whole life then it's really excited so yes well like i said i grew up in connecticut. I'm kind of a late comer to wha air venture. I've really only been going since i've been on staff here <hes> for the last seven years but <hes> tells a little bit about the <hes> the history of the fireworks show at venture. I i know that we it's coordinated with the night air. Show the these days does predate that. That's what's your experience <hes>. It was always a the the night air show i believe was introduced or reintroduced in two thousand ten here in oshkosh and it was immediate. <hes> that that we started doing fireworks at that time <hes> i had pursued you know we're from green bay wisconsin so we're only an hour away from oshkosh and <hes> i knew about air adventure. I actually knew about air venture since i was a kid <hes> back in georgia. My dad talked about it quite a bit really and yeah and it's oh my gosh. I should say this. It's so surprising how many people even locally here have not been to era venture <hes> when i was hearing about it back in georgia thousand miles miles away is that it has a worldwide draw but it's is he said it is it is amazing. I think if you have any interest in aviation than you you can say adventure or more more likely you can say oshkosh right to any aviation group anywhere in the world than what you're talking about but but sometimes you do have people right here in the in the backyard who are obviously very aware of it but people don't often think you know like a like a tourist and their own hometown. The sometimes missed the things that happened right there similar to the snakes availability. I think if it's available sometimes you may say i'll get to that or or you know pushed off to an opportune time <hes> <hes> but <hes> you know going back. I i had pursued e._a. For about maybe five years <hes> trying to get my foot in the door to talk about what would i've had a vision for <hes> for bringing fireworks into the night air show and it was it was difficult <hes> at the time and just by a good connection that was a gentleman that i used to work for ya think in the marketing division matt miller and i worked with matt on other programs <hes> you know for that he was doing oshkosh irish fest which hopefully awfully might have been the one you saw. I think it was yeah. We're mapping very involved in those doing a fireworks for that and he ended up connecting me up with tom. Pope resnick and joe schumacher <hes> at the time schumacher was dead air director and we had a conversation and <hes> they had reasonable concerns <hes> <hes> about bringing introducing fireworks into an airspace. It's it's a very difficult <hes> thing to accomplish and we were setting new standards to work within within the airshow box not doing our show outside of the airshow box and so a lot of new ground kind of had to be broken and a lot of trust head to be built <hes> between us in your organization to attempt at for the first time in two thousand ten <hes> and at that time they only did one night air show <hes> in fact. I don't think they switched to night. Air shows <hes> until twenty twelve at sounds outright. We added the wednesday show yeah right and in through the process through building of trust in discovering bring <hes> different opportunities working with dennis dunbar as well since he's taken over after joe <hes> we've discovered new opportunities and he's where we can introduce pyrotechnics into the various events of the night air show not just a culminating <hes> you know pie fireworks finale but also in other aspects that you've seen maybe this year with red line twin tigers <hes> ghost rider <hes> we did some performances during those times also during the daytime we also did pyrotechnics for eight your <hes> so the really really exciting busy year going from that from just a nighttime display to to you.

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Batman, Michael Keaton And Adam West discussed on Barsky Radio

Barsky Radio

03:27 min | 3 years ago

Batman, Michael Keaton And Adam West discussed on Barsky Radio

"But do you think of patents patent as the new Batman? I saw this. I'm kind of down for it. What is that these economics, right? Yeah. Not your thing. I mean I, I like your right. Not my favorite, Robert Patterson. Who is in these twilight movies. Yes. Apparently, he's going to be the one that's going to be taking over from that. What's his name? Well, Ben Affleck in Africa. Yeah. Ben Affleck was the what happened someone went to bed African said, you just don't want to do this. They wanted a younger guy, I think. No, I think that that's part of it. He they wanted a younger guy and also he just wasn't working for them. You know it wasn't really been afflicted. He did it in two movies. The Justice league. It didn't work the first or second time you're out. They, they wanted to go younger than don't want. See you. Yeah. It really who wants that guy. Anyway. Then Aflac I mean he's a good actor to just, you know, sometimes you don't fit the role, right? And the thing is, if you don't fit the role, then you shouldn't get a second second shot at it didn't work. So then you're out. Let's see who do I like is the best Batman. Michael. Keaton was good. Christian bale was good. My favorite was, obviously, it wasn't the, the movie Batman, but the TV show, Adam. Adam west. Absolutely. I if I had to pick a live action when it's probably Michael Keaton for me. He's, he's my favorite. I like Batman and Batman because he was it wasn't. It wasn't the movie Batman. It wasn't a serious. It was very, very campy, if you watch the TV series Batman from the sixties, it was one of those shows that was made for a kids, but made for Delta's. Well, there were tongue in cheek secret double-entendres there were there were like a jokes or inside things that only would appeal to adults that would go over the kids heads. And let's face it. Adam west was actually pretty funny, even though he didn't mean to be the way he would deliver his lines. He was hilarious. So I don't think they try to capture that in the in the movies and the film. But and there were different directors to who is the Batman that had with a cod piece. So. What was that Clooney's? So it was the first Batman in terms of movies, anyway, was timber, and did two movies with Michael Keaton. Right. And then after that, I think there was a third movie that was with Val Kilmer, instead of Michael Keaton doing, like seven or eight Batman. Yes. And then after that George Clooney. I think two of them, Robin. Batman forever. And neither one of those is very good. Those are the ones that hit the nipples on the bat suit. That's Joel Schumacher. Batman. Yeah. They he succeeded. Was -cluded the gay Batman. Yeah, I think he definitely Clooney's come out and said he played him as a gay character. That's what he was written like to him. Schumacher. That's why that's why. And then and then I mentioned Christian bale. So Robert Pattinson. All right. Well, maybe I guess he'll do good. Yes. Seems like he's been he hasn't done a lot of big movies ever since the twilight one. So most people know him for that, but he's done a lot of good art house movies. Like smaller releases the not a lot of people get to see. And he's, he's a great actor, but he the brooding Batman, another Bruening Batman. So they got the dark

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How Lewis Hamilton won and Sebastian Vettel lost the 2018 world championship

Racing Report

00:59 sec | 4 years ago

How Lewis Hamilton won and Sebastian Vettel lost the 2018 world championship

"ESPN Lewis Hamilton securing his fifth world championship today in Sunday's Mexican grand prix max Verstappen took the race victory. Hamilton finished in fourth place. But with title rivals Sebastian failing to secure the victory. He is crowned the. A champion only one mine juan-manuel found GIO and Michael Schumacher. Have won five championships are more in Formula one. So Lewis Hamilton. Leila Lewis Hamilton joined the join the club today. We also got to say congratulations to our man JR Todd at a large Burgh, Indiana. He is winner of the funny car title tonight at the at the strip in Las Vegas Motor Speedway the NHRA events out there. Mr. Todd will it gets his fifth win of the year sixteen th career win seventh career and funny car, and he will roll with a seventy four point lead in the next weekend's finals

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Peter Strzok fired from FBI: Special agent texted about his dislike for Trump

1A with Joshua Johnson

00:43 sec | 4 years ago

Peter Strzok fired from FBI: Special agent texted about his dislike for Trump

"Longtime FBI, agent Peter Struck, has been fired. Over his anti-trump text messages struck lost. His job last week but NPR's Carrie Johnson reports that is fine Firing was not made public until now a lawyer for Peter Struck says the counterintelligence agent was. Fired late Friday the lawyer says the FBI deputy director ordered the dismissal overruling recommendation for. A sixty day suspension strikes text messages about political candidates with an FBI lawyer were uncovered by the inspector general but he says, there's no, evidence has personal views, ever affected, his work, on the Clinton. Email investigation or the Russia probe strokes lawyer. Says the firing is the result of political pressure and he says it departs from typical FBI.

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Lewis Hamilton claims stunning win in thrilling Baku finish

Raceline Radio

02:00 min | 5 years ago

Lewis Hamilton claims stunning win in thrilling Baku finish

"Eric thomas it's race line on the reason time radio network latest news and opinion for you on the race line race rap formula one grand prix of azerbaijan baku well the last fifteen laps of this thing and more drama than a leftover episode of coronation street the red bulls of her stop it in ricardo did the unthinkable trevor triggering the calamity max pulled a schumacher like double block on ricardo and then they crashed each other out yikes stewart's blame both in the reprimand they have been ordered to apologize to the team already done that and the factory they'll do that top of the week there rubbish summoned the safety car and on the restart former race leader sebastian battle took him south out trying to pass new race leader voltairian botas botas than at the park his merck with a flat left rear after running over some debris bits handing the win to a struggling lewis hamilton and mercedes lewis's first victory of the season that's the way it worked out kimi raikkonen second force india sergio perez third montreal's land stroll best qualifying so far tenth and his best finish of the season ninth at back o f one points now into cataluna spain hamilton takes over the lead by four over vital who ended up finishing coup fourth f one file oh did you see that mysterious paddle thingy on sebastian metal steering wheel i spied at bahrain ferrari not saying much and why would they came he doesn't even have it but some believe this thing alters engine mapping to get around the rule that forbids what's called off throttle blowing where exhaust gases blow over the rear wing are reduced of course when the driver lifts goes off throttling corners reducing the downforce this thing is supposed to get around that legal mac would be lovely technical stuff nonetheless coming up one season so far analysis from inside tracks james neilson nascar cup talladega superspeedway alabama penske's joey logano ending a one year thirtysix race winless streak with his nineteenth career cup win leading seventy of the one hundred eighty eight circuits joey a voting the big one a fourteen car entanglement in the late going with twenty three laps to go kurt busch second at talladega chase elliott finishing third.

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