17 Burst results for "Shabalin"
"shabalin" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"If a game is taking place at onfield there in london watching it and you can have stewards who do shifts. You have su to do. Who do fossilized wolverhampton lesser. And then this jewish will come in and do the evening shift. And i'm not saying that you can have stewards that are dedicated to newbury leicester fosse laughs and stewards who are dedicated to kempton and wolverhampton. An evening don't all sorts of because as as it's been set on the show before what's the needs talk to the jockey. What does the jockey going to tell you other than persuade you ono. Mom or no sir. I didn't mean that. I meant that you can see it. You can see it and if you need to speak to him or her great news. We've got this thing called mobile phones. Their amazing you can contact anybody on them. So i don't understand what we don't just do that instead and you look at the camera. Angles the racing. Tv offer you. I mean look at look at racing. Tv extra look at all the different angles that you can use. Look at all the angles. The stewarts have the spot. Calm everything the front on the view from behind the head on camera the overhead camera. There's no need for race day stewards on track. And there's no need for jockeys being brought in and trainers brought in own over the phone if covert thought his anything. It's not the old world of where you have to go into your office and you got to sit in your cubicle. And i know we all know you love doing that. Guess what you don't need to you can work from home perfectly fine Which is what the three those are doing right now. Finally shabalin shad well are not just going to reduce their going to significantly reduce the forces that they have in training the thing. That really worries me about this ben. It's not just the fact that they're going to reduce the horses in training and we should. We should about that but two year olds that we're gonna be in chadwell trainers care next year are going to be sold. Yearlings are going to be sold. And they're going to cut back on on the bloodstock side of things as well so they're only going to really hold on to the sires and And the mayors who are who are generating a profit for them now for those who are who are asking the question. Well why are they doing this yet. Judd mont are not. It's because judd mont have stallions generate more fees. It's the same for coolmore. Coolmore able to operate in the way that they do and by the horses that they do because they've got the stallions that they have in ireland american australia the generate. So much money for them that they can go there and spend two point eight million on a complete punt on buying a yearling shadow. Can't do that. And they can have the amount of horses that they have in training and then they have a system where they then sell those sources on if it's not working and You kind of have to admire juddmonte that they've been successful as they have because they're able to to do what they're doing but for shadwell those blue and white colors to be not seen on the race course in the large numbers that we've seen been is quite a frightening prospect because it's it's very frightening for the people who work for shadwell instance. I'm talking about the jockeys Obviously jim crowley but particularly dana. Neil i mean gmo. I assume it's still going to be retained jockey but does do you need a second jockey. If you're not going to have as many horses in training and the fact that the two year olds that are coming through going to sell them. A lot of them and the yearlings are going to sale as well. That's all very worrying. Stephanie and i. I'm being i think we all probably sold some sort of announcement this coming. I was really shocked to. I mean they sold horses in july and they've been slowly winding down operations all cutting down operations in australia even south africa very quickly and winding down in this country. Yes but the mention of cutting back yearlings suddenly caught me surprise. I would be a three year reduction on the fold proper we might see. a stallion. Wandering dispersed the mets sale. But i took yet to come out and say the way in the sal dealings that we've that we've spent so long. Doing pedigrees visa to doing our meetings and making a shake hamdan himself would have passed fallen and being involved with today and just say no sending them. That really surprised me at any is wearing a. This is not with a retain trainer. Many of china's beside two jockeys stood in england and ireland. Still america is is wearing times for sure. Maybe you look chink of light being. This is an option. Defer further operations other new bits of money that coming into the sport to to boasted iraq's with with broodmares and a stallion oil or something like that but but definitely will learn for the people involved as you say. I'm sure that will they'll be a job for jim. Crowley dana. neil. I don't know if he helped top on the that can only rider one meeting this year but even then they. They separated by distance more than the meeting. So yet does dane still have a job. Really jockey has been very time. Pickup rallied wearing show. Yeah it's just that dramatic change and it could very well be that they do because of the fact that that rule is staying in place and i think it's a good thing that jockeys restricted.
"shabalin" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk
"Card. One maybe two years ago so but you know being able to play del mar and being able to play. Saratoga is really going to be different. Alice parkin shirt The unless unless unless crashing chinese satellite. It's ellis i what else i don't know what else could possibly go on there. But the i'm really anxious to hear from from players. Everybody just sorta speculated. But i think it'll be it'll be fascinating to see how it changes people's approaches no doubt about it and it'll be interesting to see I mean that's a blockbuster lineup from saratoga. But from contest damp point some of those races may have standouts in them that make them more difficult For or for a player to play. Wanna play in the in the contest. We'll see i'm sure. Yeah handful of them of those races will probably be part of the mandatory races on saturday but It should be a blockbuster weekend. Of course you've got monmouth park In addition to Saratoga del mar. So you know moments in there too and You know they've got pretty competitive racing and and hopefully have some decent fields on on Friday saturday and sunday so That'd be fun as well. Well the draws a course For for saturday or ready Give me a basically. we're getting some field speculation. I'm sure. I'll touch on that this morning as we get ready for Travers and what should be a terrific day and i. I'll tell you one thing that certainly knock on wood The rough patch a weather kind of clearing out. I mean there can't be. There can't be a thunderstorm You know over over. You know the the western hemisphere for after what we've gone through. So i i in fact. I was talking to didn't talked to sterling in close to a week and he can't come on today he's got a he's he's taping something this morning so we won't hear for mandy. Maybe we'll try to slip him in before for friendlies by friday for some of his thoughts wants the saturday actually might benefit. We'll get the. We'll get the saturday card. Talk to andy. Try to get him in. Maybe early Thursday morning that might be good But we he said that Glenn kozak expects that can be basically looking at the ten day and speculating Should be clear from here on it And they've turned their share thirty. I think thirty seven thirty seven races off the turk last year. Nine the whole summer So that would be that. Would that would played havoc To a degree here we were watching that hurricane. Jeff very closely unbelievable at speaking of turf we are gonna talk chris griffin today and parks went ahead and they took that stake off the turf sprint today. The parks dash. They postponed it. They're going to they're going to redraw the and and i didn't see what chris said. The final dispensation was But they're off the turf again today at philly so They had a big really nice car yesterday with pennsylvania day at the races. And we'll talk to chris Most sensibly about The smarty jones which Which is kind of good and There's two other stakes. There is one piece of news actually out of that Catherine sophia v quist had been cross entered into an allowance thursday for bush's read and then came out of work Wrong and so she is not only sidelined and not gonna participate either in the catherine sophia today or that allowance thursday her her career seemingly is is uncertain Not necessarily physically career ending injury. But it's at the point. Where i if she's going to sit out Another you know. Another extended period. You know. now you're now you're wondering if you just don't retire and breed her so That was i. I felt terrible because The was seemingly working really. Well the toward this return anyway. So that's A little a little tidbit about what's coming today and also we should At some point. I'll jump into the colonial results yesterday. That nice steak sequence including what continues to be the summer of love l. michelle level the summer of level i. It's unbelievable. She want again yesterday. Just might winning the Forget which stake it was actually but let me say i'll tell you right away It was the chesapeake yesterday. michelle hitting on every possible cylinder Couple there were a couple of interesting results yesterday. That got to be mentioned including the upset in philly. Chubb wagon no longer undefeated. Got two five and got the on the square just Just was not Not to be so that Extended streak has ended Key shabalin here to start the morning after we got a little delay getting going but Up and running and obviously we'll you know we'll have our normal at the races mornings And then start bite might might do a little weight into the action thursday with a little stream and then of course friday saturday sunday until we crown a champion. How many i do we know officially yet. How many former champs That are because i know. Paul matisse is not gonna conmebol made that determination you know once we news going to be a summer contest. I i know we have that number. I think We've got a couple that are playing in the last chance on thirsty so it could change. But we'll have Quite a few defending champs. I saw jose area Del mar he's he'll be here and of course the defending champ and Think we've got seven or eight others that dirk defending champs judy wagner will be here So be plenty of returning Champs trying.
"shabalin" Discussed on The Kitchen Sisters Present
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"shabalin" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
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"shabalin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Size selection. Product availability varies by location about 6 24 to 77 US only exclusive, asking Hawaii. Not bear has a look at the road. All right here, Amorim still closed All Savile Row two westbound for 65 because of a large hole been closed all day. No real time on when it's going to reopen, But we do know 82nd street westbound lanes, especially very heavy after Alison Bell Road to the White River and then going to Hancock County expounds 70 in Hancock County. Stop and go Traffic. For a couple of miles. Oh, I would say between Mount Comfort Road State Road nine. Then after that you get the delay going from Hancock to Hendry County because of roadworks on the east Side of town, 4 65 load up from 70 down the 74 eastbound 74 going to Shelbyville Stop and go traffic to slow traffic for 10 miles from London Road to stay grow night Traffic sponsored by Drexel Interiors Go where the pros go. Drexel Interiors for Timberlake Kitchen and bath cabinets, visit Drexel's design centers at 146, 3 and River Road or a North Shabalin, Drexel i n dot com I met Bear Follow us on Twitter for instant traffic updates and w IBC traffic. Cloudy skies 89 of the American Standard Cooling Weather Center here at 93. W I. B. C In the last Gen. Vincent both coming up after seven o'clock, all the stories you need to know about everything that's going on in this country. Very violent. Fourth of July weekend all across the country more on that here in just a few minutes. My name is Nigel. Jason Hammer is here. Did you see the Tom Petty's family? His estates released a new Tom Petty song. I don't usually.
"shabalin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Our downtown area. We're going to utilize all city agencies, including Business, neighborhood services. We're gonna talk the next size. We're going to use our nuisance Abatement unit, the fire marshal from the Fire department. So the feeling that I got was, it's really just a hand full of establishments like three bars. That have the majority of the problems, and these other business owners are like we're willing to pay. What can we do? So now it's all hands on deck. There's going to be sobriety checkpoints, excise anybody that's able to help downtown. Come on downtown and help because something has to be done. Matt Bear standing by in the W IBC Traffic Centre, Alright hammer looking at the Northeast side eastbound 4 65 still kicking right now, Keystone Avenue, past Alison Ville Road and on the East Side, southbound. 4 65 slow from 70 down the South Shabalin looking in Lawrence. We do have a crash in Oakland and and Pendleton Pike and then on the sound side eastbound 4 65 slow with them from Harding over Beech Grove Traffic sponsored by Mattress firm It's Mattress firm's Fourth of July sale for limited time. Save up to $500 on top rated matches brands like Seeley and Sleepy's. Matt Bear. Follow us on Twitter for instant traffic updates hence over you IBC Traffic. Partly cloudy 82 at the American Standard Cooling Weather Center at 93. W I. B. C I want you to get up right now. Go to the window. Open it. Please stick your head out and yell. I must mag as hell. And I'm not gonna take this anymore. And now, Cameron, Nigel, go off.
"shabalin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"They have to handle this. We're gonna get into that, starting at noon on Tony Katz today. Be sure to tune in We'll catch you, then Matt Bear. He has traffic. All right, Tony, looking at the Southeast side, north bound 4 65 slow from South Shabalin up to Washington Street. Looking at the work someone right now Eastbound 70. This is Hancock to Henry County. And yeah, we're starting to get a little bit slow little bit a congestion as we look from State Road nine. The state road 109. The left Lane is currently blocked. Also on the Northeast side, Southbound 69 just a little bit slow before 82nd Street, everything looking good into the North split at the moment, we still have the closures. 65 70 both directions from Washington Street to the North. Split going on for 17 Months. Traffic sponsored by Indianapolis Early Music Festival Treat yourself to unique live music. This weekend, the 55th Indianapolis Early Music Festival entertains and enriches you with timeless, beautiful music from early years. This society music dot org For tickets. I'm at Bear with traffic on the fives. Follow us on Twitter wi bc traffic Jay Farner here, CEO of rocket mortgage and rocket companies. Last year we saw historically low mortgage interest rates. What you may not know is that interest rates are already starting to increase and it's likely that trend is only going to continue. Our team of experts is standing by to help you save before rates go up. Don't look back and wish that you would take an action. Call 8338 rocket or visit. Rocket.
"shabalin" Discussed on DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast
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"shabalin" Discussed on Pantheon
"You know and you and you say you say about you know. Open in the sharpen living lifelock. It was all one long pie but we did. We used to go. We used to go mid week places like that and story or on the weekend and still open up the shop at nine ten o'clock in the morning and do a full day's work and then got right vin again our mandate classic venues. Yeah so mean. Obviously you had like desire at the rocky. You had arranged. That was down there. As well known as events there to jungle slash event sound deputy iconic value. We also looked mc conventions so that was sas. We've shabalin skip a day and the whole thing so that was a style. Nothing two thousand and two thousand and freedoms distracted wrecks and that was you know something that ready to the nation by storm. Yeah those that's doing really well. Yeah yeah so remember. Telepathy donna raver. Chiappa was one of his birthday bashes. Lighthouse don't you remember that a wait in london of docs and events of the lighthouse. 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So even if sometimes the knights were successful still generated revenues from doing the cdc axe packs shop von picking up money. So yeah he was doing that. And also the high record label so that was so during the mc base music shabby lisa contracts on their admiral on jumping tracks world. So it's trying to start something new something different financial of the mc's in the stalls as seen on the giants and yeah and and that's been great for their careers mainly still still strong. And like you know Looking forward to venues being back up again and see how the land lies wants once the dust that was there. But yeah i mean it's There's a lot of potential promoters of emcees and dj's the caught my to get back out there and give the music to the people again right and i'm sure that you know the people out there with enjoy as well because it's been ten months now that a lot of these venues have been locked down and you know i actually feel free. 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"shabalin" Discussed on The Michael Cheney Show
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"shabalin" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show
"Welcome to the. Tom Did pre show. Got A little Roy. Orbison go on there in the background. This is a CD called Roy. Orbison black and white knight the head of Jazz players on air and it was the video shot for. Hbo Back In one thousand nine hundred eighty eight right. It was a bargain bin that I found the other day. So that's what we're listening to read the Psalm here. If I can get it to come up for me. We have a special guest today. W James Host. Who's going to be talking about? His new book called changing the Game. The Psalm is some fifty the mighty God. Even the Lord has spoken and called the earth from the rising of the sun to the going down there of out of Zion. The perfection of beauty. God has shunned our God. She'll come and she'll not keep silence. A fire shall devour before him and it she'll be very tempestuous roundabout him. That's from Psalm. Fifty Jim appreciate it. Thanks for being here today. Glad to be here Tom. Thanks Many Kentucky Inns and fans of intercollegiate athletics familiar with the name. Jim Host as founder and CEO of host communications. He was a pioneer in college sports. Marketing host prevailing innovation and collegiate. Sports was the concept of bundled licensing licensing which encouraged corporate partners to become official sponsors of athletic programs across media formats host and his team developed the NCAA radio network introduced what became known as the NCAA's corporate partner program which employed companies such as Gillette Valvoline Coca Cola and Pizza Hut to promote university athletic programs in the NCAA. Large host was involved with the construction of the Kentucky Horse Park and the why KFC Yom Center but few know his full story and what we wanted to do on this show today. Jim Is talk about you and Your Book I've known you for a long time and I know the drive and the passion and A good bit of the story behind your life and I've had a tremendous amount of respect for you but this book has come out and it's meant to be of a sort of a textbook for college courses on Sports Marketing and so I thought we would just talk a little bit about what's in it and get into some of that well it starts with my parents and my upbringing and the sorts of things. I did Before I came to college I was raised in Ashland which I still consider to be my hometown right. And they consider you to be there homeboy and played in Central Park. We have There was a television show done called. Cpi One that was done by at. That's still played Today right and I Our great deal to To gentlemen at the Ymca there where? I went to work when I was a junior. And senior in high school for sixty cents an hour at night and All mcmellon Ernie Chattan and they're the ones that caused the University of Kentucky to know I existed and And then I came to UK on one of the first. Two baseball scholarships ever given here and the rest is history so talk a little bit about being an Ashland Tomcat when were playing baseball and Ashland. Well I played for George Conley. Larry Conley Stabbed Sophomore Junior years and for Bob Sang my senior year in baseball but also was team manager of the basketball team. And the reason that that's an important part of the story is because I felt that I could play as well as some of those who were playing basketball right. But George didn't want me to play because he didn't want me hurt marm and And so I became the team manager and I actually managed the Kentucky All Star Team and my senior year and Paul mcbrayer who was then. The coach at Eastern offered me a full scholarship to eastern to manage the basketball team and play baseball and so I had agreed to go there and then in the summer I was pitching for the For the team called Gates coal out of Ashland which was a semi pro team and we were playing for the state some approach championship and paints. While I was picked. Pitching against Steve Hamilton. I ended up with the ANC Yankees senators and And came back to Morehead He was still one of two people Who played the NBA and the Major League Baseball in History And so anyway pitched against him and won two to one and when the game is over with Harry Lancaster who was coach rupp's assistant and the head baseball coach at Kentucky was standing. There had never met him and he offered me Full scholarship Took Kentucky and I said well already agreed. I've already agreed to Already agreed to A full scholarship at Eastern Kentucky. And he's making a difference he's at Turkey Hughes's baseball coach and he played it. Kentucky understand and I'll tell them so. I ended up at Kentucky and ended up With the roaming with all the basketball players which was a great treat within itself and we played on all stall field When I see today's Kentucky Proud Park and see where we played stall field. We had benches and we had a big bucket of water with a ladle in it and We had a two hundred ninety. Four foot left field fence and And we played our. Sec Games are senior year or senior year. We won more games than any team in one in history of UK and And yet we only won. Eighteen Games really only played. Twenty eight Twenty six whereas today they play If they go on to the NCAA tournament play in the sixty sixty So there's a lot of difference in But it's It caused me to get a college education and radio and television and caused to have the education to go onto. I'm the first person on either side of my family ever to go to college. My mother came family of fifteen and my dad from family of five. I've got sixty one first cousins and I'm the first one ever to go to college to get a college degree and That happened because God gave me the ability thrown a baseball and one of them's one of your offspring is sitting right here and she's proud grand daughter and my oldest. She's your oldest. So and both of you have done a great job with my grandkids They've got two grandkids at You guys produced and and they're both great kids and you both deserve a lot of credit for the job. You didn't raise them. Mr Harry. Lancaster was a big force in your life and you might want to say a little bit about him. Well he was he was He was a tough tough guy graduated. Georgetown College and but I tell you somebody asked me. One day said How was it to play for Harry? How top was he? I said I played for George Tougher really and so So it wouldn't. It wasn't anything at the first game I pitched. Uk was against you of L. and And I had was blown up by him and had fifteen or sixteen strikeouts and and leading one nothing going into the eighth inning and So I threw it but walked to hitter and through change up to To a number eight hitter which of course is for Bottin and the guy hit the ball off the end of his bat and hit the top of the barb wire fence and went over and beat his two to one and so not pitched a one hitter laws two to one and after the. Game Harry said stay out here and and I remember the store. He ran me from the left field fence. Line to the center field and back until it was dark and then he took me by the shirt on my Uniform and shook against the fence and said I want you to quit and I'm to force you to quit. I'm going to take you off meals for a week and I hope you starve. And he walked away from rush and rough. You can imagine this happening today. in today's environment. But so I had wanted to choices. I could go home where my dad would tell me to leave. The minimum walked in and Or second I could figure out a way for somebody else. Go through the food line at student. Union Building and get my food because I wasn't authorized to sign for meals is a scholarship player until he determined that I could be signing for so you were actually on a basketball school. They they were there. Were for the first time in history. The school they they offer to full baseball scholarship and add another guy that was across the floor from us by the name of Dave France. Who was the first track and field scholarship so they were beginning to offer? Offer what they call. Minor sports scholarships and so They took my l. Feels and so figured out. Somebody else could get meat for me somewhere else. We'll get vegetables for me and so after a week I would check each each time and then I went out and made up my mind. I was going to run harder. Be Better work harder than anybody on the team and He never said another word to me the entire next three years when I was there because I worked harder than anybody and So when I started my business the first book I did was called Adolf Represent Neum by Harry Lancashire and in the book in the front of it he wrote which I still have them on my desk at home to the. Um when I coached it made me the proudest. Which of course is the ultimate compliment. Best Compliment I've ever had in my life. And from somebody who absolutely made up his mind that he was either. GonNa break me or he was going to make me and any made me and he made you and that's great you moved on In baseball you you went onto the minor leagues. I signed with that. They didn't have the draft in those days so scouts. When I was a senior in high school I got offer. Twenty five thousand by the Detroit Tigers from Scott whose name was Wayne Blackburn and and but I was seventeen and so you couldn't sign. Dad had signed for me and he said you're not playing pro baseball. You're going to college. You've got a full baseball scholarship and you're going to get an education. Openness families ever had nation so So now it's my senior year in high in college and The white sox offered me a contract and of course all I my whole life up to that point I was desiring to play Major League Baseball. All I dreamed about all I did all I thought about and worked at and so I signed with the White Sox and there were two others on that same Kentucky team who signed same time Doug Shabalin injury sharp so the three of US got Jerry. Sharp car which was an old dodge swept back when to dodge and we drove all day and all night it was eighteen hours to holding brask. And if you've ever been holders Nebraska. There was one hotel in town at three in the morning when we got there that was locked and so we And a big hailstorm came and it was so bad at knocked windows out of that car. My Gosh and so That was our introduction of holders Nebraska. So that we found out there were seventy one of us that reported for eighteen spots on the team and so And the only thing that they told you when you showed up. Was you sign a contract and the small print was if they released you? They paid your bus trip back home at home and that was it and so fortunately Was good enough to make it and there were eighteen of us it made it and I made it and then halfway through the year they promoted me to the three. I League which was be ball. Which today would be double a? At the Lincoln Lincoln and I played with five guys who are bonus boys. I wasn't a bonus. Boy They were paying me. Three hundred seventy five dollars a month and three dollars a day meal money. And so we we lived in homes and hold reach with the family and so At Lincoln I lived into Corn Husk Rotel and they paid. They paid for that. The team did Lincoln chiefs. Which was the white sox farm up and the next year I was going back to spring training and have a AAA contract. Well the last game of the year. We're playing cedar rapids. I had sixteen or Seventeen strikeouts and was blown up by men gotten to the bottom of the eighth inning at Cedar rapids and Through the ball and ball went up into the screen manager came running out who was a former major league pitcher his name Ira Hutchison. And he said what's matter and I said I don't know and he said what I'm taking you out by the time I got to the dugout. I couldn't lift Mar. We had blown the labor them but they didn't know what it was so they sent me the hospital show full of cortisone and they said you'll be okay in spring. What of course. I wasn't okay in the spring now..
"shabalin" Discussed on KTRH
"Kelly's heroes, the bridges of Madison County GRANDE Torino in the line of fire break ridge. Mystic river. That is you, Jim. Invictus. American sniper. What a life. Don't like the building department inspection department this little town where you live just run for mayor. Can you imagine the poor schlub who was running against him? I'm Joseph Harris. My Granddad was Meyer, daddy was Meyer novel be marinate. Nobody going to be a Harish, not call California withdrawn. Did you magin? According to the CBS press release for all hod universal film company shooting in fort Ord. When an enterprising assistant spotted Eastwood and invited him to meet the director corden Eastwood's official biography, the key figure was a man named Chuck hill stationed in fort Ord had contacts in Hollywood while in LA hill became reacquainted with Eastwood and manage to sneak Eastwood into a universal studio where he introduced him to cameraman Irving glassberg. glassberg arranged for an audition under arthur lubin who although very impressed with eastwood's appearance in stature than six foot four disapproved initially of his acting skills remarking he was quite amateurish he didn't know which way to turn which way to go to do anything lubin suggested that he attended drama classes and arranged for eastwood's initial contract in april of fifty four at one hundred dollars week after signing eastwood was initially criticized for his stiff manner and delivering his lines through his teeth a lifelong trademark in may of fifty four eastwood made his first real audition for six bridges to cross but was rejected by joseph penny after many unsuccessful auditions he was eventually giving them honor roll by director jack arnold in revenge of the creature a sequel to the recently released the creature from the black lagoon About that. What a story. My goodness. in nineteen fifty eight eastwood was cast as rowdy eights c._b._s. long western series rawhide the breakthrough in his career long been searching for eastwood was not especially happy with this character he was almost thirty and rowdy was too young to claw tish for eastwood phil comfortable with the part filming began in the summer fifty eight took just three weeks for all had to reach top twenty and t._v. ratings and although it never won an emmy it was a major success for several years and reached its peak at number six in the ratings between october sixty in april of sixty one the role had years fifty nine to sixty five with some of the most grueling of eastwood's career often filming six days a week for an average of twelve hours a day yet he still received criticism by some directors for not working hard enough In the shows, I season Eastwood, earn seven hundred fifty dollars an episode. At the time of rods cancellation he received one hundred nineteen thousand dollars an episode as severance pay. Wow. We could talk about Clinton's. Fistful of dollars. Nineteen seventy Eastwood, starred Shirley MacLaine in the western to news for sister, Sarah. Film follows an American mercenary gets mixed up with a prostitute stas doesn't none ends up helping group of what he stuff rebels during the reign of emperor, Maximilian of Mexico. Story about emperor Maximillian. Ramon us from the Austrian family hops sports. But it's it was the Austrian Royal family and Maximilian goes to Mexico and that's going to be his territory in his kingdom. I think they assassinated him. Well, I don't I'm sorry. It's a spoiler alert. But you, you don't pay attention. You're up. I'm just. I can't help wondering why a week of songs Sam cook. Bring it on home. Never came up. Good question. pardon me what do you mean it's not ramon says it's not a top but i love sam cooke ramon doesn't appreciate sam cook 'cause his dad didn't listen to him you have to understand ramon ramon doesn't go out and find music fall in love with it on his own he finds music because his friend or his dad listened to and then he just declares it whatever he's listened to is the greatest music of all time but it's it's not that it is or it isn't it's just that's all he knows Richard, you're up. I just wanted to know Mike that Allen sham has two more songs one of them's called cactus in a coffee came by REBA anything, really good. And the other one is big old shoulders. Darius rucker? She might share them out. Well, I'll check the songs I despise REBA. But I'll check them out. I'll of Alan Shabalin. Did you come to the concert? He did in my living room. My favorite evenings ever. He just every every song, he went out every song he'd written, too many. He just go you'll know this song. he's saying it and you're going i didn't know he wrote i didn't know he wrote i didn't know he wrote i'm going to give away some tickets to see the bellamy brothers tonight at the r._c..
"shabalin" Discussed on Behind The Tech with Kevin Scott
"Assert evolving, actually, I mean, I still talk to the Stanford string theorists does to some extent, and there's very interesting ideas about holography, intense or mathematics, and now applying strength, three to quantum condensed matter systems in ways that you can take tabletop quantum condensed matter physics experiments, and described them, using a dual viewpoint using general activity, and that idea came out of string theory, so super interesting so peachy and string theory them, what. Yeah. So you know, I kind of had a battle in my soul between. Do I wanna become a pure mathematician or a scientist? Right. If I stayed in string theory, I worked in the more mathematical topics in string theory. But part of me always wanted to connect. HR everything was driven by understanding, you know nature. Right. And I didn't feel like I could really connect to nature and string theory. So I took my first course in competition. Neuroscience at the end of might be. It was a fascinating, course, taught by great professors at Berkeley, young done in Fredericton, San Bruno Owl's house, in a discovered sparse coding, which is foundational in machine learning now. And it was an amazing course it was all about reverse engineering, the brain trying to understand it. And so on. I just completely fell in love. And that was what my freshman kind of soul was yearning for, and I only discovered it at the end of my PHD, and then I couldn't even look back like, and that's what I did always my plus it's sort of interesting. I mean, like I was watching the talk that you gave at the launch of the human Senator, I instituted Stanford and you said this thing that I think is really one of the impediments to, like getting people to more fully embrace the connections between Niro science and, and machine learning which is. Is like all of us based on our background, so to reduce the complexity of problems in ways that are sort of convenient tear training. And so, like you were sort of saying that, you know, computer scientists, like when we think about artificial neural networks like we have this very reductionist way of looking at, you know, how to model is sent apps, and it's like the single scaler. It's like this way. You know, when we talk about billion parameter models, like you know, it's sort of like the very loose moral equivalent of like a billion synapse system. But like we modeled with a single scaler and like if you look at the neurobiology and what a synapse is like it's is incredibly complicated system. And so I'm just sort of interested like you go from this discipline string theory, where a part of what you're trying to do is like, develop this beautiful elegant model of the universe. And like you jump into this narrow science were all where everything is just complicated and messy. So I how, how did you go from one to the other? Like they just seem to be like, opposing ideas to. Yeah, it's easy can pull you had a famous statement whenever you're attacking a new problem. You both know too much into little too much of the wrong thing, and too little of the right thing. Yeah. So I actually decided to temporarily forget my trading. And I went straight to UCSF medical school to do my post doc where I was surrounded by experimental neuroscientists. And I really spent a lot of trying trying to understand how experimentalist think what are the questions that they're interested in what are they asking what's important to them, because your your success is a theorist in any field will partially be determined by your ability to change. What the experimentalist do what the practitioners are engine years, do, and so on that, I mean, just from a career perspective like lists forget about all the complicated science stuff like that was sort of a brave thing to do. Right. Like I, I mean for, like listeners who haven't been in academia, like academia, is like a very you know, in many ways, like a rigid system like you go get your degree. You get your PHD like hopefully you can jump into tenure track position like enough, you may use a post doc is that thing that gets you to and like switching disciplines. That is a horribly risky thing to do like where did you get the courage to do that? It's either curve. Or idiocy. You know, I never worried too much about the future, the long term future. Honestly, what I was thinking, then was, I'm pretty sure I don't wanna do string theory. I'm super excited about this. Neuroscience thing somebody offered me a fellowship to just learn about it for several years. And I was like, let's do it. And if it doesn't work out Wall Street has always waiting. That I was not that excited about that at all. So I, I just jumped in honestly, I thought this is kind of ridiculous. It's probably never going to work out. But at least for the next couple of years, I can have a lot of fun. I had is like the career there's also you are sort of making yourself vulnerable in a way. Right. Because you spent all of this time, accumulating expertise in with his PHD in physics, and, like, now you're jumping into this brand new domain, where you have to go bootstrap yourself again. That's also a thing that people sometimes have a hard time doing. Yeah. I mean it does sound like a lot, but actually there is a well worn pathway from physics to many other fields, especially neuroscience. If you look at a lot of the top through neuro scientists out there in the world, a lot of them, aren't you trained in physics to begin with an, increasingly they're being trained in computer science. And so what was really nice is that the neuroscientists are super welcoming. They needed the help of quantitative people. So there's lots of opportunities for people trained in the quantitative sciences. You know, computer science physics mathematics to really make an impact in Euroscience, and you can hit the ground running pretty quickly compared to what it takes to do research, and string theory. And so as you entered this brand new field as opposed, doc, what were some of the interesting connections that you were able to make that were only possible, because you had this, you know, sort of unique point of view and background. You know what I always kind of thought about sightly differently from some of my colleagues at the time was thinking about a high dimensional dynamical systems view of the brain. So my first project in string theory that led to a publication in your on was how to monkeys pay attention, right? We get distracted by bottom up distracter 's, we also have top down attention. Monkeys have both of these things they can both focus in a particular location of space and get distracted, and there were some strange neural dynamics occurring in the monkey's brain, the part of. The brain that allocates attention. And nobody can understand it. When I attacked it. I thought about it from a higher dimensional perspective. And that cracked open y the brain was operating that way and to make a long story short. Yeah. Well, actually, let's go into the long story. So, like, how do you approach a problem like that? So even though a monkey brain is like not quite a like homo sapiens, brain. But it's still a fairy complicated mechanism. How do you like even get the data that you need to build and better understanding or like quantitative model of what's going on? Fantastic. Collaborators Mickey Goldberg and Michael Shabalin. These are experimentalist, who can record many, many neurons, from the brain in this particular experiment. They recorded from the parietal cortex of the monkey, which is sort of it has a map of visual space and there's patterns of activity in one to one corresponds with locations and visual space, and wherever the pattern happens to preside as where the monkeys allocating attention. And so you can make this bump move around this bump of activity move around in the brain by flashing distracter 's you can make it move around in a top down fashion by having the monkey allocated attention by doing task at a certain point in visual space. And so they did both of these manipulations while they recorded LeBron. They had lots of neurons. They didn't have a simple theory for why the dynamics of the and the recording is something Electrophysiology boarding. So they stick electrodes into the brain and they measure, the eavesdrop on the electrical signals that neurons emit when they fire. Gotcha potential. So it's not directly observing, the firing at sort of absurd. Irving, some sort of secondary effect things firing. It's pretty close, so you have electrodes, the eavesdrop on a small number of neurons near it, and you can d- mix that signal because each neuron firing has a different shape. Interesting at super fascinating. I always wondered, you know, one of the things that has driven a ton of progress in machine learning over the past fifteen years, is that a lot of air systems are benefiting from things that are growing exponentially fast, so like, data for training, the compute that you using to run the training and like you're able to do large scale experiments with, like very quick turnaround, and said, like you sort of take all of those together like you can turn the crank on an experimental cycle really quickly. And, you know, just sort of drive to like larger and larger scale and your models. But like when you're doing these biological experiments like you're sort of missing some of. These things definitely. Yeah. That's why they're still a lot of Rome in deep learning machine learning for the small data problem, where you have small amounts of data that's very expensive to collect. How do you detect patterns in high dimensional data sets, we don't have that many data points? Yeah. You the first time that you and I chatted you gave me a recommendation for a book to read who's title. I'm totally spacing on now. But, like is sitting in the front seat of my car about sort of the design of biological nearly principles of neural does on. It's fantastic book. I read, you know, the first fifty pages or so of it. And, you know, the thing that's I think, really fascinating is some of the big models that we're training right now that are the things that are sort of sin sation oil in the world of machine. Learning take an unbelievable amount of power to train. And so we just finished training, a model the other day that was sort of. Three pedal, flop day, Ron, you know, and so like you're doing this, Ronn on hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of three hundred watt Chit rice, and it's like rows, and rows of servers and data centers connected, by miles of cable and the power envelope. And these things are, you know, like a cluster. These machines might be sort of a megawatt of power consumption, when they're at full utilization and like human brain is what is twenty watts in the state. So it's like just unbelievable to me like what this machine that sits inside of your head is able to do relative to the that we're doing right now that are, like, you know, just the, the vanguard in machine learning, right? Yeah. We've actually been thinking about that. We've actually been looking into a way to get inspiring directions. So researchers think about order of magnitude discrepancies between what the brain does and what machine learning systems..
"shabalin" Discussed on KCRW
"Can I see? The singer Rianne and getting studied to be an operatic soprano. But then she became a star in the Americana scene. St. Shabalin? This world. But honestly, she would just love for us to stop putting her in musical boxes. The more that we can reject that idea that you'll over there, and you sound different to me and embrace that actually what I do in my culture what you doing your cultures coming from the same heart. That's more. What we're trying to say. Rian performs for us later this hour, also talk with Senator Kirsten gillibrand. She's one of twenty actually now more than twenty Democrats running for president. That's a head today on the New Yorker radio. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Barbara Klein violence between Israel and Palestinian militants in the Gaza. Strip is flaring for third day. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has ordered massive strikes against militant targets in Gaza. In response to a barrage of rockets and mortar rounds at least three is rarely civilians have been killed in the latest round of violence. Fourteen Palestinians are dead at least six of them militants Naomi's, evola has more from Tel Aviv. An Israeli army spokesperson said Gaza, militant groups launched hundreds of rockets and mortars at Israel since Saturday. He said at least one hundred fifty were intercepted by Israel's missile defense system. Guys. In health officials said that Isreaeli strikes killed among others, a pregnant woman and a fourteen month old relative, but the Israeli army spokesman disputed this. He said that a rocket shot from inside Gaza killed them. The escalation threatens Egyptian attempts to mediate calm in exchange for reduction and is r-. Restrictions on the Gaza Strip for NPR news, I'm Naomi's off Intel Aviv. North Korea says its leader Kim Jong on observed short range missile and rocket launches on Saturday. The launches would appear to be the first ballistic missile tests since November of two thousand seventeen NPR's Anthony Kuhn reports from Seoul, the Korean Central News agency, released pictures of Kim watching from a command post with Benach yours be should rockets in short range missile being fired from mobile launchers. The agency reports that Kim expressed great satisfaction over the tests which were intended to increase combat readiness and motivate troops to train harder. The tests are also seen as a reminder to the US that if negotiations don't work out Pyongyang could scrap its moratorium on testing nuclear weapons. President Trump tweeted that Kim Jong UN does not wanna break his promise to him. Denuclearize adding optimistically deal will happen. Anthony Kuhn, NPR, news soul. Voters in north Macedonia are selecting a president today. Joanna kakissis reports the campaign in the small Balkan country has been dominated by divisions over its recently changed name. The presidential race is expected to be close. The government backed candidates devil. Pendarovski picked up forty one percent in the first round of owning last month. But so did Gordana Cillian of Scud DAV Cova who is backed by nationalists who see the name change deal as capitulation to an unreasonable neighbour north Macedonia used to be called Macedonia by everyone but Greece which claims ownership of the name north Macedonia government Tout's the name change deal with Greece's progress. The country is on track to enter NATO in the U less than half of Macedonians voted in the first round of last month's elections. At least forty percent need to vote in the runoff to validate the result for NPR news. I'm Joanna kakissis.
"shabalin" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
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"shabalin" Discussed on Talk Filmy to Me
"Just skip from carrots carrots. Hey, he really does by Szekely. He's amazing in that. I generally think he deserves an Oscar nomination in split that year for his performance, and it could have been for supporting actor supporting actress because how spit personalities you guys into any one of you wouldn't have an argument with and he carries that character into this film. Now, this is setting I'm breakable universe. Bruce's characters in this film is David Domigo Samuel Jackson being allies. You're in this as well. So basically, what was happened is twenty as has happened since the events of unbreakable, Bruce, Willis character is roaming, the streets being vigilant defender who is. Breakable but water is he's kryptonite as we've known from the first film. Samuel Jackson has been in a care home sedated for a very long time dot is actually how long for and basically Samuel Jackson happens to stumble upon joins mcelroy's character who unfortunately, he's spoiled a he's a good guy. And I end up inside this K, high mold together, basically believe they're crazy. And m not chef was trying to tighter line between all day, superheroes. All if you convince someone enough would I be able to perform the extraordinary. So if you tell Bruce Willis that he is strong strong strong strong. Woody have the stripe to knock over a door. If he's life depended on it. There's an argument to say, yes, you know, you hear those stories about a mother who lifts a car over popular child. All that sort of stuff it tries to pull on those emotions not a first third of this. Film is amazing that the idea of giants mcelroy's echoes them to hold the name of his. Multiple personalities coming together against Bruce Willis carrots, if the first time brilliant spell bonding sets up a promise that there's going to be a clash and tension of two massive lightens in a way, which you had no idea it was coming, and you have no idea how it's going to conclude. The second act is with them own inside this care home. Now, the third act where I believe the film goes absolutely off the riles terrible is when it tries to set a promise of this big conflict between Samuel Jackson, James, mcelroy's character, and Bruce Willis character. And again during 'em non Shabalin trying speed a man with the twist the man who will as banks I would dead along national sport that. And tries to screw if you and as a result of that film is much worse off that furred act is terrible. Oh, that's very disappointing. Because I I saw excited about this. Because I do think I'm breakable underrated movie. So how'd you suggest I watch this first? And then forget the rest of it exists. I suggest what shit, but have high hopes split is a great film. And yeah. Yeah. I should've just stops there to be honest joins macaroni is absolutely incredible Innis. Hey, carries on that form since this film. He everyone if he's twenty characters has a moment to show, I believe, and and he switches between him so well, there's a scene where basically what he's in the nut house. They found a way of suppressing one of these personalities, basically, if he has a life flashed at him at high intensity that will make a personality subside at another person is will come now when they're trying to interview him, and actually I should give shouts out. So the Serra Poston she plays a character Nisus, basically in charge of the the care home. She's trying to find out what makes joins macaroni character tick. And there's a saying where he basically jumps from character to character. His body language changes. He go hedge for this road. Because one of his personalities is called the beast, which is basically the suit what he believes to be to superhuman elements of his character is literally a. Sting person climbs up woes eight people is the one in the trail of the one in the try and run. And hey switches between these characters Sarif fluidly in a way, which Germany makes you think this is a different person one of these characters annoying euro boy, and he switches between that and.
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"Pla- guy just going crazy and shooting a win to try and stop fuck you make as much sense as. Neutering? Then real they just take it. They just changed with. It's dialogue. It's jujubes position of bad juju. So we're nearly the end they end up. Mrs gems is it's not so name. She full king knows my war is going on with the end of this film. The first point where they are on the pole. And she says something about you. I know my lemon drink cola ever. Why didn't you just think I'll get the name? Booking crazy bait. Dri. Pure lemon squeeze in there. Maybe it would just Levin cello. Maybe. Lemon chiller lemony. But in all those fun to be towards the end of the film at thought lady, I love the bit where she slots the little girls hunt. When she went for busy. And I love the bit. All birds took about three years to realize. Oh. He was in the room was like MRs Jones, MRs Jones, and it was Just just a. a. It wasn't like just the head potok coasters. Oh shit is just a full goal. And he was like MRs Jones Jones. And then what was the that? You would talking about. At night is eventually going to try and kill me asleep. Does the most unconvincing what no? The worst. Ends with them like sleeve. She killed. Yeah. Group things out of the window points. I'm very very upset rooms this is probably being wind is knowing the sway and they decide to go out. And fuck it. We're going to give it and drag the kid out with them. Just commit. He's crying. Coming to you. Why do why do they go? Oh, yeah. And then. Yeah. That whole and point. I mean, I've got to give him credit for making two people walking in a wind like. In some way, dramatic. I wouldn't have been able to do that. So then the ends MRs Jones smashes didn't she they have a little chart about the mood ring. Donna pipe wall company. Each other the wind doesn't kill them. Again, say it's exactly like five minutes before they walked out. And we we know exactly when the winds stopped because we scientists and there's talking about just the stall and. Move on. And we get that like and bit not code of from. Tiles on my version. Anything? I think it was some like. What was it like all it's happening? All. How many times say happening in this film, folk me? Yeah. It's hot in here. Oh, some shit light LA. Yeah. Like, it's just the world. Like getting rid of the pest is this. This is just saying plants a Hitler. It's all Hitler did like separation in life focused on Jewish people. How do we know everyone in this film wasn't do? That's true. Everyone died over survive is on Jewish awesome saw of other religion faith basis. So. We're going to say what we. About it was shit. I hate it. This is the reason why I've ever seen this. Because nothing happens is called the the happening. Nothing happens in it, this does it change your mind. If you find out that. Shabalin said it was meant to be a B movie. Movie you spend thousands of millions of pounds on a fucking film Walberg in it and call it a dumpy movie it was shite. It was Doug shit. And I hey, I hate you both for making me watch it again. I'd rather watch effects. She was only like ninety minutes. He's nineteen minutes of my life that I'll never get back to it felt like what been watching this foam foot. Sit is taken. Yeah. Right. If you guess my opinion, I mean, I'm pretty much in agreement with this needed the thing that really would attempt around explosions. What trees exploding the trees throwing grenades? Donnie devito? Yes. Yes. Node? I do as a tree. I think we should have been a burn after reading style thing where it turns out, the everyone we've been watching is actually just an idiot. Yeah. And they've been reacting and this crazy theory. But it's the tree's been dude over it's crazy thing and people have been shooting each of when it was something. Mundane normal..