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Russell Wilson Booed by Seahawks Fans

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

02:33 min | 2 weeks ago

Russell Wilson Booed by Seahawks Fans

"I did not see the game on Monday night with the Seahawks and the Broncos. Were you surprised that Russell Wilson got booed in Seattle? I was surprised, but I wasn't shocked, I guess, is the way I would put it. All the stories started coming out about, I don't know, it was kind of an organized campaign, these stories start coming out right before the game and the fans obviously there are legions to the team and not to the players. I think what shocked me more than anything was, it seemed like he don't got no friends. Y'all. It's so weird for somebody who is not an ass. You know, I could see why people would be like, hey cool, I don't really mess with them, but I feel like people actually actively don't like him, which is like, I don't know. I don't quite get it. Yo, so a couple things there. One, what I took from them booing him was the fans don't view him as being responsible for the Super Bowl in the ways that fans typically associate with a quarterback. I mean, they have been in quarterback heaven basically for the last ten years by having him, right? It's very hard to have that sort of thing. It's very rare that you got a situation like that. And normally, even if there's beef, this kind of a man, we want a Super Bowl. We had a great run with you, right? We gonna clap to support that one. Nope, they went on the booze thing, even if he wanted to be traded, right? Keeping in mind that the Seahawks wanted to trade him, which is its own fascinating story again because they were in quarterback heaven and they were still like nah, dog. We don't want no parts of this right here. Like, that part surprised me, but the bigger part, I think is what you touched on is I've never seen a player, not even Jay Cutler, right? Who you played with? Never seen a dude where everybody that seemed to be at least part of a certain era was just down on him. Doug Baldwin, all that money you got, got a lot to do with playing with Russell Wilson. He had something to say. Richard Sherman, we're not surprised because we had heard this from all those legion of boom guys as far back as it went and you're right. Russell's not an ass, but what seems clear to me, right? And you tell me if I'm wrong here, I was having a conversation with my good buddy, David Dennis, because I saw him all around the horn. And his argument was basically that the dudes think Russell is corny, and since they think he's corny, they come in at him, and I'm like, no, no, no, no, no. This isn't the way people like when they think you corny, this is the way people act when they think you phony.

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Memorial to Flight 93 Victims Is a Moving Story

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:29 min | 3 weeks ago

Memorial to Flight 93 Victims Is a Moving Story

"Selena, you wrote a wonderful moving remembrance of shanksville. And the passengers that fought back into the hijacking on 9 11. It was really a marvelous column. First thing I posted, maybe one of the few things I posted about 9 11 because there's a lot of imagery, but I like people to read about it. How is the reaction to that? No, I received a lot of emails, a lot of direct messages. I really wanted to focus shanksville is not far from where I live. And it's the only place on September 11th outside of New York and Washington that was hit. But there was this makeshift memorial that began because I mean, I don't know this is a fast, but I assume this happened because the family members of the men and women that were on flight 93, each brought something on September 17th when they went to visit the site and they left it there. And all that was there was some mud and some hay that they put on top of this little mound of hell that overlooked the crash site. But within days, people started coming there, sort of like a pilgrimage almost. And they left a partisan themselves there. I'm

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Russia Questions Putin's War Strategy

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:58 sec | 3 weeks ago

Russia Questions Putin's War Strategy

"It's just a live update. Ukraine blitz sends Russia forces into retreat all over The New York Times, fresh from seizing is Ukraine appears to push toward more Russian held territory. Some maps this morning have them gone all the way to the back to the Russian border. As Russian retreats, The New York Times report Putin is criticized by hawks. Who had trumpeted his war Russian bloggers reporting from the front provided you uniquely less sensitive view of the war. But as Russia's military flails, the once vocal supporters are exposing its flaws, lies and all. And then finally, Ukraine's resnikoff, the defense minister. The Secretary of Defense for Ukraine, in essence, says that Kyiv needs a secure territory after lightning offensive went better than expected. A counter offensive liberates territory, and after that you have to control it and be ready to defend it. Of course we have to be worried this war will continue for years.

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Why Ukraine's Rout of Russian Forces Is Gaining Ground

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:56 sec | 3 weeks ago

Why Ukraine's Rout of Russian Forces Is Gaining Ground

"The biggest news is coming out of Ukraine, where Ukraine is just crushing the Russians in a counter offensive that is shocked everyone headlines. Washington Post. I mean, Ukraine startling gains liberated villages describe Russian troops dropping rifles and fleeing. New York Times, Ukraine routes, Russian forces in northeast, forcing a retreat. Wall Street general Ukraine's rout of Russia forces pose a challenge of how to exploit gains. Keeps latest offensive returned more than a thousand square miles to Ukrainian control. The analyzes go on and on and on. Exclusive in the telegraph Russian soldiers literally running for their lives as chain of command collapses. It's a route. It's an absolute route. The panic Russian soldiers are abandoning their tanks, weapons, and even close, as they literally run from their positions in the face of a shock Ukrainian offensive soldiers have told the telegraph.

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Browns Beat Panthers to Open the Season

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:09 min | 3 weeks ago

Browns Beat Panthers to Open the Season

"My goodness, the Cleveland Browns have a kicker. Finally, 21 year old cade York, hitting from 58 yards out with 8 seconds to go to beat baker, Mayfield and the Carolina Panthers by one point. It was the best of times it was the worst of time. I'm one of those people that wanted cake that wanted banker to stay in Cleveland because I liked the way the young man plays with passion and fire. And he played with passion, fire. So he had a great game, but the browns had just a little bit more. And so the browns were have won their first game, their first home opener, excuse me, their first opener of the season since 2004. That one was at home. It's their first away opening win since 1994. So the browns haven't been wanting us since 2004, and they haven't been wanting to know beginning away since 1994. It was a long time. There's a lot of news this weekend, but can I just share that one more time, please? This is Jim Donovan in the booth. York to try to win the game, the kick. Look at this distance and kade York wins in Cleveland.

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"sherman" Discussed on How I Got Here with Dave Fiore

How I Got Here with Dave Fiore

02:31 min | 2 months ago

"sherman" Discussed on How I Got Here with Dave Fiore

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"sherman" Discussed on How I Got Here with Dave Fiore

How I Got Here with Dave Fiore

02:52 min | 2 months ago

"sherman" Discussed on How I Got Here with Dave Fiore

"And wellness studio with two locations in Tallahassee. Sherman's interest in fitness was born as a runner at Cobb middle school, where he had the chance to train with the Lincoln high cross country team. He would go on to study physical therapy at Florida a and M university, and become a personal trainer. Developing a hybrid approach to wellness, the focus is on general fitness and also helps those with limitations. His interest in business was piqued after working summers with his grandfather on a hog farm, and in his stucco business. While he appreciated the experience, Sherman decided he would rather be the person riding the checks. His path took a twist literally in high school. When he felt his decision to wear dreadlocks, negatively impacted the way he was perceived, both that his jobs at a grocery store and fine dining restaurant, and later as a student in the fami college of business and industry. Sherman is weathered the storms of the Great Recession in COVID shutdowns and continues to follow his dream to make Tallahassee a little more fit and functional. We began our conversation talking about growing up all over Tallahassee. I have two younger sisters. It's kind of a, I guess, a longer story than that. My mom was remarried when I was 5. I didn't grow up with my biological father. I kind of knew him, but not that well. I only saw making a couple of times in my at a very young age. So my mom was married when I was 5. I was adopted by that father when I was 13. That's how I got the last name Rosie. That's not my birth name. But he had a family prior to marrying my mom. And so it has some brothers and sisters. So what do you remember most about those early years of your life and childhood and elementary school? I mean, with me, I was like, again, I'm moving around a lot. So it's kind of adapting each time to your new environment and just kind of like figuring out as a kid. Like who you are, so to speak, someone that's under the age of ten. A lot of self awareness there. Yeah. Was that easy for you to go from school to school and make new friends and. I think the hardest transition. I mean, the first year from kindergarten to first grade, that was a move. It wasn't that big of a deal because I was going from kindergarten and not really in kindergarten. You're doing building blocks and whatever, I'm not sure, but that wasn't that big of a deal. I guess the biggest transition was when we moved from the south side over to what about middle school, where'd you go there? Middle school was Cobb. Cobb, cop cubs. For most kids growing up in middle school was that big transition as well going to the 6th grade.

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Jake Sherman and Hugh Discuss the Open Amendment Process

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:09 min | 2 months ago

Jake Sherman and Hugh Discuss the Open Amendment Process

"It works, I want people to understand this. I'm writing a column on voter Rama. After reconciliation gets put onto the floor, an open amendment process follows. And anyone can propose everything. It's been used for symbolic votes because at the end of that process, there's a wrap around amendment that takes it back to the original bill. So they just jettison everything they passed. Unless something gets the kind of support that makes the wraparound amendment yield to it. If I stated that accurately, Cenk. Yes. Yes, you have. And the voter Rama will take a long time. It could take as many it could take three, four, 5 days on the Senate floor. There are ways to control how long it takes. But yes, there's basically at the end of the process, there will be an amendment that kind of nullifies all the other amendments that they pass. So unless they, unless they provide for some of those amendments to go in, the ones at cinema, for example, wants, correct? Yes, that's right. So I think to remember, sorry you, but the thing to remember is that 51 50 votes, 51 votes in this case. It means you could do anything in the Senate pretty much if you stick together. On this bill. So if I were the Republicans, instead of doing all the symbolic stuff out there, I'd focus all my energy on a handful that you want to actually make it into the wrap around amendment. One of them, for example, take some of that green money and build nuclear plants, the new ones, the kind that Bill Gates likes, the modular, very safe, very low risk. I mean, extremely low risk nuclear plants. They can be built quickly. Do you think that would have a prayer of picking up a 51st vote from the Democrats? The answer to that is maybe, but the larger thing is Schumer is able to or should be able to and will try to hold people together against some of these amendments. And I don't know about the nuclear. I don't know if they're going to do something like that, but if you want to, he's able to, he could try to convince people to stick together because they don't want to they don't want to change this bill too much.

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The Conection Between National Security and US Economy

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:26 min | 3 months ago

The Conection Between National Security and US Economy

"Last do. question, mister secretary, I know you've been on the road with cav pack dot com, supporting Republicans across the United States. The midterms are four months away. When you do that, when you go out and you talk for Adam laxalt in Nevada or you go stand with Herschel Walker in Georgia, you'll be up there with doctor eisen, Pennsylvania wherever you go. You get a huge crowd. Does anyone care about the national security or is it all just gas and food prices? Because I know the latter are driving daily kitchen table conversations, but we have to keep the country safe and this administration is not doing that. Does that come up in your appearances? Yeah, they're so deeply connected to you and absolutely comes up. Looks understand that when we lose what we had for four years, American energy dominance, the ability to deliver affordable energy to ourselves. That's natural security applications and implications for the ability to afford to drive your kids to their soccer game or to their ballet recital. No, the American people get it. They understand the place they understand the Chinese Communist Party isn't just a foreign problem that they're inside the gates here showing up at PT matings and school board meetings and infiltrating our university systems. Those are those are things that impact their lives every day too. And sometimes we talk about them as if these are these two separate things, right? Foreign policy and the ability to feed your family and pay your rent and afford the energy for your car. They are deeply connected. The American people get it and they know that President Biden is not delivered on either front.

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25,000 Russian Soldiers Killed in Action

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:01 min | 3 months ago

25,000 Russian Soldiers Killed in Action

"Not mister secretary, staying on that. The Russian losses were reported over the weekend to have reached 25,000 KIA, not casualties, which normally conflates killed and wounded together, but killed in action 25,000. That is such a stunning number for a 5 month engagement that can Vladimir Putin keep that up. Sadly, politically, I think he can. Query whether the military will be able to continue to deliver fresh people to the front lines in a way that will actually continue to push the fight, but this really gets to the core point. I've seen that number 25,000 killed in action. I've seen casualty numbers which includes wounded that are triple that obviously closely kept secret. But it's a big numbers. Query query whether the west will continue to have the resolve to inflict those kinds of costs on the Russian military that will ultimately lead to Vladimir Putin turning tail.

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What's Next for the UK After Johnson Resignation?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:19 min | 3 months ago

What's Next for the UK After Johnson Resignation?

"No, mister secretary, you spent some time in the United Kingdom in the run up to the announcement by prime minister Johnson that he will be standing down. And the launch of the UK leadership election. Now, the prime minister of the United Kingdom matters a great deal to the United States. And you've known a lot of their foreign secretaries, your counterpart when you're at the CIA at M 6. You know, a lot of these people, what do you make of the needs of Great Britain in their next prime minister? Toughness resolve. Candor. Most of all candor to the people of the United Kingdom telling them that this is a tough honorary world out there that they are an important player. And now that they are no longer part of Europe, they need to step up and continue the kind of leadership that they had when president Reagan and Margaret Thatcher and Pope John Paul two worked so closely together. I was there. I was in London for a three or four days. Just before prime minister Johnson stepped down. And I saw a great generation of next conservative leaders from Tory party. Not every Tory is a conservative, but every conservative is a Tory and I think they will find a good leader who moves the country forward in a way that engages in the world economically and lets lending continue to be a massive, important, massively important financial center, but provides a level of understanding for other European nations about this is the way forward.

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Charlie Reflects on Our Collective Birth Certificate: The Constitution

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:19 min | 3 months ago

Charlie Reflects on Our Collective Birth Certificate: The Constitution

"One of the course of human events it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands, which have connected them with another. And to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and nature's God entitle them. A decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self evident that all men are created equal that they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness that to secure these rights governments are instituted among men deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed. I'm reading, of course, our birth certificate. July 4th, 1776. The founding of America on July 4th 1776 is a profound and meaningful day. You see, America did not stumble into existence. It was summoned into existence. It was a moral claim written by Thomas Jefferson and signed by these incredible men from roger Sherman to William Williams to John Hancock that men deserve the ability to govern themselves. Let me read that again. Deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed. This was and is the great shot forward.

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No Baby Formula Onboard; Can Congress Fix Shortage?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:38 min | 5 months ago

No Baby Formula Onboard; Can Congress Fix Shortage?

"There is nothing that the Democrats can do to ease the infant formula other than get the FD up to the J&J plant and open it up. And the J&J, I think it's J&J, say they're ready to go, but the FDA hasn't signed off on it. Yeah, this is going to be when this first started hitting becoming public. This huge shortage in baby formula. I said some our colleagues. I'm not sure what Congress can do besides bring attention to the situation, which obviously they are doing. But I think Nancy Pelosi was asked if the president should invoke the defense production act and she said that there would have to be changes to the law here. To allow that to happen. So I mean, listen, this is a I've been toying around with this idea in my head for the last couple of days. If you just think about how much is going south, Democrats at the moment, and some of these things are out of their control. I mean, this is a bureaucracy that has shut down a lot of the production of baby formula. Legislators, but I mean, it's just between this between the markets between interest rates, inflation, everything is just lining up very politically. What year were you born, Josh? What year were you born? 85. All right, 1978. You have no memory of 1978. I do. It's what I entered the workforce. And it's a replay only Jimmy Carter was on top of his disasters. I mean, he was actually, he recognized the disaster to the left in a disaster to the right.

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Will Weekend Mass Shootings Force Congress to Act?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:27 min | 5 months ago

Will Weekend Mass Shootings Force Congress to Act?

"It looks like a bunch of hearings, Jake, but I want to start with your quote of Chris Murphy yesterday talking to my friend Jonathan capehart. I don't think you got 60 votes for his bill. I think it could get 60 votes for a stop order bill. The severe threat order of protection, I just don't know. I don't know what's in Murphy's Bill, but it's not narrow enough, has anything changed with two three more shootings. You know, there was one in Orange County after ten miles from where I used to live at a Taiwanese Chinese church where a 60 year old man shot up 5 people. There was one in Houston, of course, the awful one in Buffalo. Does anything change? No. There's no legislation here. I don't think I really don't think unless I'm looking something that will get 60 votes. There have been there have been efforts as you note to boost the reporting system for people with mental illness and things like that. That has not gotten the attention or the energy from anybody. So we're kind of in this position. I mean, Chris Murphy was deputized earlier this year, I believe, maybe it was last year. So work with Republicans to see what he could get ten votes for anything to get a background check Bill or something more and he's not been able to find 60 votes for anybody. So that's kind of where that's kind of where the status of the situation.

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Who Is the Front Runner in the PA Senate Primary?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:23 min | 5 months ago

Who Is the Front Runner in the PA Senate Primary?

"Is Dave McCormick going to be able to win with a closing kick tomorrow in the Pennsylvania GOP Senate primary as I have judged him the only Republican capable of beating John fetterman in the fall. Well, you're right. He is the only candidate to beat fetterman in the poll. I don't know, did you see yesterday to John fetterman have stroke? I did. I saw this morning his comments that he's fully recovered and no mental damage. And that is good news. Yeah, I chatted with, yeah, he's fine. But anyways, so I had thought all along that McCormick would pull it out, even when Trump endorsed Oz, even when Trump came in and held his rally, which had less than a thousand people at it. And but then he went scorched earth on McCormick. And when he went scorched earth on the cormick, Oz rally was used that as an ad in the net drove up McCormick's negatives, which he had barely any that made Barnett run and she rose up last week, like an insurgent candidate tends to do, but I think she peaked Wednesday and started to fall under the scrutiny.

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Russian Forces Losing Ground in Ukraine

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:28 sec | 5 months ago

Russian Forces Losing Ground in Ukraine

Weekend Mass Shootings Dominate News Coverage

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:47 min | 5 months ago

Weekend Mass Shootings Dominate News Coverage

"Killer in laguna Woods, you may not know about. Yesterday afternoon, a 60 year old Asian man, that's the only description I have from the Los Angeles Times, stood up in a luncheon honoring a former pastor at a Taiwanese Christian church in laguna Woods, which is not far from my old home in Orange County. They were welcoming back for a luncheon, Jerry Chen, excuse me, I want to get that Jerry Chandler's the fellow gave the quote the former pastor's name is here somewhere I can't find it, but Tom Kramer, who is the head of the presbytery of Los ranchos. Again, I used to be a member of this Presbyterian. Kramer did not know if the pastor was harmed in the shooting, a pastor clobbered the gunman as he tried to reload with a chair and a bunch of the so called older victims. They were all in their 60s. Those not shot tackle them in hog tied in, but it's a 60 year old Asian man is the killer there. In Harris county, Texas, the more traditional weekend shooting, two young men shooting at each other, wounding three and killing two at a Harris county flea market. At 1 p.m. on Sunday afternoon. So guns are everywhere, The Wall Street Journal, however, wrote about the particular evil of the buffalo shooting. There is a culture of white supremacy in the United States and people need to understand not large, but it definitely evil and it's dangerous because it attracts the unbalance like this 18 year old this was pure evil said Erie county sheriff Garcia in an app summary of the mass murder at a cyber market in Buffalo writes The Wall Street Journal. That appears to be racially motivated. The alleged shooter 18 year old Peyton gendron, the last time you'll hear his name on my show, is another young man possessed by inexplicable hatred.

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Biden Tiptoes Around the Politics of Student Loan Forgiveness

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:08 min | 5 months ago

Biden Tiptoes Around the Politics of Student Loan Forgiveness

"Josh is where you find him, Josh. Got to ask you for the political read of forgiveness of student debt. I'm going to spend a lot of time on it this week. I did my first couple of segments where I took callers. Nobody calls in who wants student debt forgiven, but there are 40 million people who owe student debt. What are the politics of that in your view? The White House is playing to a college educated affluent or much of the affluent, but upper middle class life of the electorate, they're based. They called Elizabeth Warren coalition, but it could come at the expense of a lot of folks who didn't go to college or have already paid their college debt off and see this as a handout to fairly upper middle class Americans. I think they're so desperate this White House to find out any way to excite a base. They're not only losing among independents and all the polling polling around 30% among independents, but they're also not exciting the core progressives that voted for him would Biden vote for Democrats in 2020. So this is sort of a Hail Mary pass, a Hail Mary idea, try to figure out a way to get young people to the polls to get them back into the democratic fold.

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Reading the Tea Leaves on the Ohio Senate Primary

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:06 min | 5 months ago

Reading the Tea Leaves on the Ohio Senate Primary

"Josh votes are occurring tomorrow in Ohio and the Senate race. What is your crystal ball telling you about that race? Yeah, it's a very volatile primary. You've got JD Vance who won Donald Trump's endorsement. He got a clear bump from that endorsement, but not enough of a bump to guarantee him the nomination. The other Republican, I would Josh mandel the other big name Republican very in a very conservative right wing trumpy campaign. He's fading a little bit according to some of the polls I've heard, but still within striking distance. And I think the sleeper in the race is Matt Dolan, who's a owner of the Cleveland guardians and has a lot of money spending, I think the most money of any campaign on CV in the final week or two, he's the least trumpy of the Republican candidates but still pretty conservative. And he seems to have the most momentum in the final week largely because he's the only guy not running to the maga wing of the party. So I think this is going to be wide open. It's going to be a big surprise on election night on

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Understanding the Voices of Young Conservatives in

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:14 min | 5 months ago

Understanding the Voices of Young Conservatives in

"Now, Tom, I am a big believer in holding up younger people. You're one of the younger people, but there are lots of people who are under 40 like Charles CW cook at the national guy Benson. Mary Katherine ham. The conservative movement has to regenerate from George William at Buckley and I daresay myself. I'm 66, right? I can't keep doing this forever. And I don't plan on it. So are you are you biased towards younger voices and how do you vet them for credibility? That's a fantastic question. So I think as we build in, I want both. I want to hear all the different sections because then we have both experienced and that kind of util creativity. But the idea of betting really, I suppose, we have a will have Kelly nyder, who was a college student who was almost physically attacked, actually, frankly, was physically attacked for trying to hold an event on her campus. It's a question of engaging, right? Emailing, talking on the phone, seeing the links to the profile and sometimes you know, you just you've got to roll the dice because this isn't someone who has written somewhere before, but ultimately that's the way it has to go.

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"sherman" Discussed on The New Yorker: Fiction

The New Yorker: Fiction

02:42 min | 6 months ago

"sherman" Discussed on The New Yorker: Fiction

"So Sherman story has a slightly unusual construction, right? It's told by a first person narrator, but for long stretches of it, what we get are stories about other people. One of them also told in the first person in a sense by JP and we don't learn as much about the narrator as we learn about the other people in a way. Why do you think that is? It's a question I've been asking myself to. I think I have the answer. Okay. This story replicates a 12 step meeting where you listen to people tell their stories and you don't interrupt, you listen and you encourage people to tell their stories about their battles to recovery and their battles, period. It's the same conversations the same patterns the same rhythms that are going to occur when they're sitting in a circle in a room there at the house. Right. We get that when we get the introduction of JP, it says the first and foremost a drunk. Yeah. Right. He's also a chimney sweep, but it's that I am JP and I'm an alcoholic. And then introduction. But he's also, that might be my favorite third sentence in all of literature. But he's also a chimney sweep. So you know you're at a rehab in the 80s or whenever this story is set. And then you're in the Charles Dickens novel. And the incongruity I love. Yeah. Well, so we get this story from JP, which our narrator is really just listening to. Sometimes commenting on, but every time JP tries to take a break or stop, he says, come on, man, keep going. But he also says the guy could be talking about pitching horseshoes, and he still would want him to keep talking. And so you get the sense of what he's looking for is not this story, but distraction from his own story. Is that how you read it? Yeah. Sitting there in rehab, all you do is think about yourself. And there's a lot of quiet, there's a lot of solitude and your mind's going to eat at you and the guilt and shame are going to roar at you. So to have somebody else's voice in place of yours in your head, I'm sure that's a big comfort, a big distraction, and it helps him get through the long days. And JP stories are also amazing. Yeah. Well, we start with actually not with Roxy in the chimney sweep business, but we start with him falling down well. Which I remembered when I was in rehab the second time, one of the visions that kept having was the kidney was at the bottom of the well and I was looking up at the adult me. So I read it and I thought, wow, did Carver come to me? 2017. But I mean, that's incredible to be trapped at the bottom of that well as a kid..

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"sherman" Discussed on The New Yorker: Fiction

The New Yorker: Fiction

02:22 min | 6 months ago

"sherman" Discussed on The New Yorker: Fiction

"He tugs the bill of his cap, then he sets about his business. He picks up his bucket, he starts climbing the ladder. I lean back into the step behind me now and cross one leg over the other. Maybe later this afternoon, I'll try calling my wife again. And then I'll call to see what's happening with my girlfriend. But I don't want to get her mouthy sun on the line. If I do call, I hope it'll be out somewhere doing whatever he does when he's not hanging around the house. I try to remember if I ever read any Jack London books. I can't remember. But there was a story of his I read in high school. the sky in the Yukon is freezing, imagine it. He's actually going to freeze the death if he can't get a fire going. With a fire he can dry his socks and clothing and warm himself. He gets his fire going. But then something happens to it. A branch full of snow drops on it, it goes out. Meanwhile, the temperature is falling. Night is coming on. I bring some change out of my pocket. I'll try my wife first. If she answers, I'll wish her a happy new year. But that's it. I won't bring up business. I won't raise my voice, not even if she starts something. Shall ask me where I'm calling from. And I'll have to tell her, I won't say anything about new year's resolutions. There's no way to make a joke out of this. After I talk to her, I'll call my girlfriend. Maybe I'll call her first. I'll just have to hope I don't get her son on the line. Hello sugar. I'll say when she answers. It's me. That was Sherman alexie, reading where I'm calling from by Raymond Carver. The story appeared in The New Yorker in March of 1982 and was included in the collection cathedral, which was published by knopf in 1983..

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"sherman" Discussed on The New Yorker: Fiction

The New Yorker: Fiction

04:27 min | 6 months ago

"sherman" Discussed on The New Yorker: Fiction

"This month, we're going to hear where I'm calling from by Raymond Carver, which was published in The New Yorker in March of 1982. We've only been in here a couple of days. We're not out of the Woods yet. JP has the shakes and every so often a nerve, maybe it isn't a nerve, but it's something. Begins to jerk in my shoulder. The story was chosen by Sherman Alexei, who's the author of 19 books of fiction and poetry, including blasphemy, new and selected stories, and the novel flight. High Sherman. Hi, Deborah. How are you? It's nice to see someone in person for once..

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"sherman" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

07:13 min | 10 months ago

"sherman" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Of people in the Peninsula that we trained for and a lot of them would come by the Barnes and so he just always wanted to make sure that everything looked really nice that, you know, a lot of pride in his job, you know, for the people believing in us to take care of their horses. So we want to make sure that, you know, we did a really good job for him. You know, guys, your dad talked in the first half of the program about how proud he is that you both decided to follow in his footsteps and you're both training horses now and I know that he'll be following your careers and helping any way he can. But Alan, he also talked about how proud he was of certain things. He was able to accomplish and the people he was able to help along the way with his career. What are you most proud of when you think about your dad's career? Oh, just how like he said, you know, he was very good to everybody. Never would bad mouth people would never look down on people. Excuse me, always willing to help. Anybody who needed it, you know, he was a great horseman and an even better person. And father. Yeah, art has to be very special to hear those words. That is. Oh yeah. It's very rewarding to be where I am now, you know, and look back and say, God, I got to be thankful for a lot in this world. You know what I mean? And I am his mother. We have a good time together. And we will still have good time together. We're going to live life to the fullness. Yeah, and the next chapter has begun for art Sherman and for his sons, Allen and Steve, who are surprising him here on this edition of trainer talk. And guys, we can spend the next 15 minutes or so teared up and crying and paying tribute to your dad. Why don't we do this? I'll ask Allen and Steve to share their thoughts on maybe some of the training jobs that you've seen your dad do with some of the horses that have come through his bar and that always are gonna stand out to you. Maybe it was a horse that people haven't heard of, maybe a horse that people have heard of. California chrome certainly stands out, but I know there were others that your dad must have done tremendous work with. Alan, you know, I think one of the best training jobs he did was with siren lure. You know that horse was always pretty much a router before we got him. And my dad claimed him for Tony melancholy in and all I'm drawing a blank on the other partner's name right now. I'm sorry. You were careful. And Stuart kesselman, yes. And you know that horse was always primarily a router and he started sprinting that horse and horse ended up being one of the top sprinters in the country at one time. When we ran him in the breeders cup, he was he hooked a really bad track at Churchill, the track was sloppy, and he had like the 13 or 14 hole, and that was a year that every horse one on the rail. So that kind of hurt our chances, but I think the training job he did on that horse, and then a lot of the old, cheap claiming horses, you know, and all the work that needs to go into those horses back in the day when you had to really help a horse to get it to the races. He would do a phenomenal job with those. You know, that was kind of our bread and butter for years where those cheap claiming horses run on the fares, you know, Northern California and those probably the best training jobs were I thought were Simon lure and then all those other horses that he won races with on the fares that needed extra care. Steve, how about for you? Yeah, you know what? I was gonna go right to that card before my brother hit it. I've got a kind of a list of the horses. I kind of did my homework here. The horses that we've actually claimed or ran in claimers that eventually went on to win steak races in some major state races in a couple of them got to the breeders cup. You know, there was a my captain Lindsey Jean from the mosses. You know, we've got those horses up and they weren't really doing that good and we were fortunate enough to train all the change them around and won multiple stakes with each one of them. Of course, like desert boom, I think we claimed for 20 or 25,000, you know, and he went on to make a half a $1 million the hard way. You know, when the purses weren't as big as they are now, but you know they just grinded it out. One, not really any major stakes, but just a lot of local stakes and actually took that horse on the road and he won the claiming crown up at Minnesota one year. So that was kind of nice. And there was another Philly that's kind of special to my heart that we did a lot of good with was back of city flyer. You know, she was actually claimed for 12 5 and you know she's another one that you know went over to make over a half a $1 million. When a lot of stakes, local stakes, nothing real big anywhere else, but you know, just grind it out a bunch of money. And, you know, those are the ones that are special to me, the ones that you can claim and do good like that. But my dad was very good. He got his to me when I first started for my dad. My dad's reputation early was always good with the Phillies because he'd take his time and he'd get him right mentally because the Phillies a little more tougher to train sometimes than the older gildings and studs because their temperatures the way they always changed. And then as years gone guy, we got really good with the colts after that. So we kind of had a two to meet two transformations. It was more Phillies in the beginning to me and then it was more, you know, the geldings and cults at the end. But in another Philly in there that's special is ultra blend to another cleaning Philly that went on to go to the breeders cup. So those are the ones that are special to me. Don't start out low and go high. How'd they do? Did they did they get all the names in there? You know, I forgot about a lot of them. I told you my mind is as good as sharp as what you brought back a lot of memories as well. That's right. All of them claim in silly that we had and turned out to be good and they were a lot of fun. We had a lot of good owners that don't do it. Went out to a lot of dinners after that. We parted pretty good in them days. Yeah, another one I didn't want to miss, but it was a horse, my dad claimed that I didn't even really care for the claim when he first did it, but then he ended up cutting the horse and he became a really good sprinter. A gray horse named Carthage who was just a really, really fast force that won multiple stakes up here too. In fact, beat the he beat lost hours. Beat lost in the fog. They had a loss in the fog bobblehead day. I'll never forget at Golden Gate. They booted us when we got in the winter. I remember that. This is the first time I want to stake and it got food. I said, my God, I said. I have to do to win a race around here..

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"sherman" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

01:37 min | 10 months ago

"sherman" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Trunnions right there. Zazu down at the royal any one of the 5 minutes the big long shot ultra bend down the center and ultra blenders come with a sweeping run takes the lead to its tries to come back there's who on the inside flying way older blends as though also and I'm on fire and Lewis finishing with a great Brazil on the outside has swamped them and at the 16th pole there's popular Californian siren lure as running away to win violate for the hub and California chroma threatening to turn this one into a romp. Victor Espinosa hasn't even thought about the snakes. One of the greatest performances you'll ever see California chrome in a Kentucky California chrome unbelievable. Welcome back to trainer talk presented by basic tipton here on the horse racing radio network. Mike panna baron of the backstretch with you on a very special edition of the program visiting we had now retired trainer art Sherman and those calls you just heard just a few of the big victories in the career of art Sherman. I told you at the top of the show that he retires with more than 2000 victories to his credit, as a matter of fact, 2261 career wins more than $45 million in purse earnings for his runners. It has been a storied career and art now gets to enjoy the second chapter and he gets to watch his sons, Allen and Steve continue on with that legacy as they are well into their training careers now too. If you missed any.

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"sherman" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

07:12 min | 10 months ago

"sherman" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"I had a lot of friends that were there, you know, and doctor all red who gave this wonderful party at night and gave me a beautiful trophy and in the winter circle by horse didn't run that great. He got a little washed out on me, you know, I was hoping that he would rather look better. He didn't run a bad race at del mar and finish forward, just got beat about the length of the house. But anyhow, he didn't seem to care for the atmosphere, got a little hot on me and so anyhow, I kind of just watched me pulled up good and I said, let's just give him a little bit of time as a California calling baby up on other sale and I said, let's just wait and turn them out and bring them back as a three year old. Give them a couple three months to mature. Because I noticed that when I even had California chrome, he was such a better horse as a three, three year old than he was as two. He just kind of developed into a real runner. It's pretty. So I'm kind of looking forward to seeing him. Three, four months from now, you know? So I kind of get a chance to go out to the farm and take a look at the babies and give me something to do and something I like to do. So yeah, you can't think like the man away from the horse. No. It's been on that way all my life, you know? And I do a lot of favors for different people. You know, help them out that makes you think about horses that you know a lot of new people in the game and I've always been there for to be able to do that. And met a lot of nice people on the way over the country. So it's going to be great, I think, you know, get to see them again. And the different not having to worry every, you know, when you're a tourist trainer like a doctor, you're on call all the time. And these horses are like glass getting ready to break sometimes every time you go out, you know, something seems to happen. So I always worry about it. You're having okay fun, but you're always something. Seems like when you're away from the barn, it's not always something little thing always happens, you know, and you say, oh, maybe I would have been there with that happened, but it's not true, you know. Or to do get in trouble. They're like little kids in and they're always something happened. And so it keeps you on your toes. When you think back on everything that you've been able to accomplish from being a jockey and winning The Kentucky Derby and winning so many other big races, what are some of the things that you're probably most proud of when you think back on your career? Well, I just think what I'm most proud of, it's not so much what you've done. It's the people that you've helped along the way and different things and older and I remember when I was a kid just rising and I had trainers that couldn't afford to talk about they were going to scratch their hoards if they didn't have the $25 to run. I remember putting up Jack mounts up and stuff. You know, just you look back and you think of all these little things that you've done all your life and it's been very rewarding to me, you know, just looking back and said, wow, it's been a hell of a journey for me. To be in this game, which is the sport of kings, you know, and sometimes you need to be a kingdom. To be able to afford all that, you know, it's pretty expensive to be a horse owner and have a stable and everything goes up now these days seem to help and it's quite an involvement with other people, you know, so I kind of back off and just like the other day, every month or every two months you have a safety program at the barn and you have to fill out a bunch of question years to make sure that your help is knows what to do in case of this and that. So I went and got my notice to fill out the application and I went up to the office and I said, well, I guess I won't have to fill this application out today. I got no more employees. So that's one last little headache. You know, it's just different, you know. It's going to be a lot of paperwork. I don't have to do any more payroll and taxes than that. It's going to make it a little more easier on me to say just kind of do what we want to do and not have to worry about it. You know, we started the show talking about the fact that you join me on this trainer talk program 7 years ago in 2014 in April before you won The Kentucky Derby. And it was right after you won the Santa Anita Derby with California chrome. And you said at that time, you had gone back and you watched the replay at least ten or 12 times in each time it made you feel a little more nostalgic thinking about what could happen when the horse got to Kentucky. We know what happened. You also said that you needed to keep pinching yourself to make sure everything was real. And it sounds to me, when you think about your career, you're still pinching yourself to see if everything you've accomplished. It's real. You know, and you never know when that good horse is, you know, when I went to Maryland and we won the Maryland breeders association come up to me and it really made me feel good. She says, art, Sherman, you don't know what you've done for this game. He says, you made it so people, the small breeders can go out there and produce a horse that we don't have to spend 300,000 in the first stud fee or half a $1 million or he says we can have our backyard horse maybe get lucky and come up with a runner. And when you look back and you think about it, she was absolutely right. It gives a chance for the smaller breeders to still stay in business and hope they can come up with a decent awards and sell them and get their breeder awards later on. So that makes it very interesting for me. And I thought it was a big help throughout the country. No one that a horse like California chrome could bring so much pleasure to everybody. Retired trainer art Sherman with me on trainer talk presented by phasic tipton. We're going to step away for a quick break. Art stay with me when we come back in the second half of the show. We'll talk about some of the other horses outside of.

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"sherman" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

09:29 min | 10 months ago

"sherman" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Talk about how much different the game is today than it was back then. Well, you know, to me, all the personal part of the game is kind of went a little bit off centered. It was more hands on. You were more kind of we couldn't no trainer could have more than 32 horses at that era. Now you have trainers got 200 horses to draw from and all everything's on computerized. And all these medication rules and different things about chewing. And, you know, everything has changed. Bayer or when I went to San and there was 60 and 70,000 people to watch miss Clementine run at Santa Ned and all the great horses that we that I've gotten to see over the past. 50, 60 years that I've been training, you know, it is changed so dramatically for me. You know, I mean, I understand sometimes it's for the best change, but I don't know. It's taken a little something out of the game to me. You know what I mean? It's the personal things that people that were involved in, you know, it's hard for me to realize that I own the horse and he wasn't at the bar and where I could go down and look at him to shed go by each horse and I asked the groom as he paid up at night and how his knees and ankles cold and let me just check in if I had one or two year old that maybe was trying to share. You know, it's more personal type of hands on than it is a lot now. You have sister trainers. And they get the job done. They're very good. But I don't know the training part of the game seems like it's changed a lot to be. You know, I guess there is in a whole lot of people around my era. I'll be 85. So it's kind of rewarding to look back and remember all in. Good times that we had at the race track and it seemed like to trainers were a closer bunch and now you look at different barns. They got 200 horses and you know it's a little guy is kind of disappearing this mom and pop operations, which is very sad, you know. You know, the people with four and 5 horses. They can't compete or more like they used to, and it's different for me personally. Well, they say that horse trainers don't retire. They just continue on until the day that they finally die. But you aren't decided. You decided to step away. You're gonna enjoy the rest of your life for a while away from racing. Why was this the right time to step away and move on? You know, my wife, why are we still healthy enough to add a little bout with the latter cancer and be dead? And I said, you know, I've done through a lot of injuries, riding in different things. And I said, I can't really duplicate what I've already done. I'm down now for the smallest amount of horses that I ever had. I problem was I'll lift all my owners. You know, and that's what happens in life, you know what I mean? And I wasn't there, you know, now that there were younger kids and all of like I said, high-tech dealings on everything is either on the phone, texting this and that you kind of lose a lot of the personal things of talking to your client like you used to, and now everybody is on the computer and it's different for me. You know, I still love the game. I got two sons. I got all horses that I own. I got a couple of California chrome babies and I'm looking forward to the next year. And I'll still be involved. But in a different deal, I don't have to get up at three 30 in the morning for all the years I have had. You know what I mean? And I'll probably miss it. I'm not saying that I'm not going to visit, you know, I've done this for so long and have a lot of friends on the racetrack, enjoy visiting every board and have them coffee. And hey, listen, I still going to do a little blood stock or a little stable with my friends. And I'll be involved, you'll see me in Kentucky. You'll see me all over and but just kind of let the kids take over. Why not Alan? I got a couple of Steve by other son and I get a chance to go up and see my business to do it. Put my horses in and get to watch them run. Good for you. Art Sherman here on trainer talk presented by phasic tip, and you mentioned your two sons. Allen, who was here in Kentucky. Now opening and starting his own training operation and Steve, who was based in Northern California at Golden Gate fields and has had a lot of success up there to see both of your sons who, of course, work by your side and learn from you art, but to see them now following in your footsteps and saying, hey, I want to train just like dad trained. How cool is that? It's very rewarding. To any parent, you know, it's tough out there and making careers and making a good living and enjoying what you're doing. And horse raising you can meet all kind of new people and I'm always in the middle of a lot of different stories and I do a lot of public work when even like just doing this right now I did a TV G especially the other day and it kind of makes me feel good. You know and that the kids seeing the retirement party and me and mom dancing like we still can do it. Get out of me and it's kind of fun, you know? And you get to see it on the remake and the television and that would Facebook you see everything all over. So it's a whole new ball game for us. But we're enjoying it being a Faye and looking forward to the holidays and kind of backing off a little bit. It's kind of nice, so kind of new puppy. We got a little French bulldog. I bought her. We had that dog for a long time. So it's kind of a kick just watching him pretty smart though. What'd you name him? Spunky. And he is parking believe me with that. He's a kid diet and joy. Give me something to do. I can walk him every day and take about and I've always loved the animals and I've always had dogs all my life. So it's pretty cool. You know, I'll just do something different. I got my friends all got me involved now and trying to do this new game called pickleball. I didn't even know what pickleball is. But I played a little bit the other day. And it was kind of fun, you know? Used to play ping Pong a lot in the jocks room. So I still had to swing away. Yeah, it's all about the reflexes, right? That's exactly right. Well, I can still do it. At 85, I'm a pretty good old senior. I could tell you that. I don't know what The Kentucky Derby of pickleball is, but I wouldn't bet against art Sherman to take down The Kentucky Derby. Become the oldest pickleball champion of all time. Who knows? Wouldn't that be making a comeback? I thought you might get a kick out of that. So that's one of a little while by lives and then I have owners I'm going to go to the read dose of all American. I've never done that before. I love the quarter horses. I wrote some and I met so many nice quarter horse people here at Los Alamos and different people. So I'm going to enjoy that and I've never been a Yellowstone National Park, I'm looking forward to doing that and going away Wyoming and all of I love rodeos and you know I'm kind of halfway cowboy at heart to tell you the truth. Good for you. Good for you. Well, you should enjoy your retirement. You certainly earned it. Let's go back to last Friday. We didn't touch on this yet, but I mentioned saddle and your final runner on Friday at Los alamitos. That moment when you walk into the paddock, realizing it's the last time you're ever going to do that. Tell me about that. It had to be emotional art. It was and I had a lot of friends that were there, you know, and doctor all red who gave this wonderful party at night and.

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"sherman" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

06:16 min | 10 months ago

"sherman" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

"In the great state of Texas in this past weekend he took home. The top honors in the $3000 buy in sakaar mile handicapping contest very happy to welcome back Sam. Sherman of the show, Sam, how are you? I'm great, Jason. Thanks for having me. Yeah, appreciate you coming on. Are we speaking to Sam Sherman one or two? I guess I'm both, but I think Sam Sherman won is the one who took down the contest over the weekend. I don't know, I don't know why I find that so it's just humors me like the idea because obviously everybody knows you have two entries and then you're number one and two, but you know a lot of people do play two entries the contest that's permitted in a lot of times and I imagine that there is obviously a specific strategy that goes into it. But where I joke about Sam Sherman one and two, I guess does Sam Sherman one get like the top pick and the best pick and the same Sherman two gets the leftovers. I mean, how does it work or does it really matter? They're just two separate entries, right? They're just two separate entries. I don't look at, I guess, the one versus two, but there's definitely different strategies with the two different entries. If there wasn't going to be a different strategy, really wouldn't make sense to buy two entries. Just do one. But yes, I had success in two live money contests this year at one one and they got second and one. So it's been beneficial to me to have both entries for sure. Well, I would think that initially and we'll talk, I guess about this more, but I guess we'll talk about it now. If I ask about it, you know, when you go into a tournament, obviously there's a little bit of a game plan, but I feel like everybody I've talked to by tournaments like those things ebb and flow and stuff, but at least initially, do you have a set plan of like I'm gonna do this early on with this entry this early on with that entry and then I'll kind of figure out what I'm gonna do going forward? So I guess the only thing I had before the tournament starts is I'm not going to pay to enter it unless there's a race or a horse that I really have a strong, strong opinion on. If I don't have that situation, I might as well just play a regular one, but whatever. So I guess that's the first strategy and the second strategy I guess need to make sure that other people probably won't ask that same opinion or something that gives you some sort of edge. I watch a lot of replays, which, I mean, I don't know that gives me an edge or whatever, but I definitely noticed that my success is exponentially higher or better when I do spend the time watching the replays. And when going into a contest, I make sure that I do that for almost all of the races and all the interns for sure. So you might as late as Friday night or something, have not necessarily known if you were even going to enter the tournament or not. You were doing prep to almost decide if you had something worth worth playing in the tournament? That's exactly what happened. I think I got an email from the people running the tournament on Friday afternoon and I just glanced at the card watch just a couple a couple of replays and then there is one horse that I really liked a lot in the first race. Yeah. So it's kind of a situation where if that didn't hit, I wasn't going to have much success that day. Well, the tournament itself this one was $3000 buy in 2000s bankroll live your money, whatever, but a thousand is in the price pool. I mean, you are, you know, you're down to start, obviously. But I'm sure a lot of you can't look at it that way. I don't think. I mean, because you might bet differently, if you're down a thousand versus, even on the day, but you mentioned, like in the horse, the first race. I know a number of tournament players who, like, that's kind of their approach at least, like early on. Like if I have something I really like, I'm just gonna let it ride. And if I hit, great, now I have this whole group of options of how to play. And if I'm out, I got the rest of the day to play. That's exactly what I did. One of the reasons why I got on the tournament is there's a horse I really like. In the first race, a grand motion horse named script. He was in against and asked me some course that ran a decent number that I figured to be favored in a Todd pletcher first time starter. So if you have an opinion on early race and you kind of run into that situation, it seems like you're always going to get a square price on the horse course that you like. Yeah, I've heard from a number of players. So anyway, so you bet I think did you bet the whole 2000 on that horse? So the same chairman one entry I did. Okay. There's the $2000 bankroll. I just did 2000 to win. On script, it showed three to one, the entire time telecast and everything, but it really ended up paying more like 7 to two. I think it was 8 99. Yeah. So that kind of set me up to I guess not have to press kind of pick my spots throughout the day. You had to it's the format. I'll go into that. You have to do at least 5 $400 bets, which is two ten races. Right, exactly. Basically, you have your. So I decided to go all in on one or three on the other entry. I think I just did a $200 exact with script over to the third and fourth place in the course. That would have paid, I think, 50 to one or something like that. So that didn't work out, but we had with the script acre, I went after I decided I was going to play the tournament. I went through the card and I really only had two strong opinions. And one was script in the first race. The nest and the demos out. It did not end up being a great price. I think it's let me scroll through this. Should you. See into that paying 5 50? So yeah, pretty close to that. Hi. Right. I didn't love the price, but I just thought it was so much the best of that group, which ended up being right. She won by neck, but I think she was four to 5 wide, the entire way. Around the track. So I'm guessing Ira, I think that was Fletcher probably just decided, hey, we have the best horse..

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"sherman" Discussed on You Better You Bet

You Better You Bet

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"sherman" Discussed on You Better You Bet

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"sherman" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"sherman" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Home. Security video has emerged showing. Richard sherman attempt to break into his wife's parents house earlier this week. Throwing his body. Into the door shouting expletives to the people on the other side meanwhile a judge ordered the free agent quarterback to be released from jail without bail yesterday following his arrest for the incident citing sherman escort a pillar of the community noting. It was his first arrest. Sherman's next hearing is set for later this afternoon shannon reacting to this video What did you what is your reaction to. All of this means give. I didn't need to see the video because the police reports said he tried to break down the door. So i know what trying to break down the door. It looks like so. I didn't need to see the video sees you see what i read the paper. I hear someone say. It's the person with decapitated. I don't actually need to see the photo overhead. Let's court to know what decapitation mean so. I didn't really need to see the ring video camera to show me that. Richard sherman was trying to game. Because i know what that looks like. But as i said before. Richard sherman has been a pillar a stalwart in seattle community. The football aside the way he's been a great business man the way he's been so active in the community. Sometimes you need your reputation to proceed you in a good manner and in this situation skill you going before a man or woman that know something about you but the real you coming before them today has nothing to do with the reason why they know about you. So you're hoping that dentures good standing your great name. It precedes you. And that's what the judge has businessman been a pillar in this community. He's been he's been a great business man he's been great in the community. Yes we know. He's an outstanding football player. Anything released this man. He did set some some rules and some regulation that he believes. Richard sherman will adhere to and. So do i. He has to stay away from the father. Okay find there's no problem. But i love the way. His wife came to his defense and says we love richard. He's with a great father. He's been a great husband and we're gonna get through this. John lynch who with his former boss general manager of the san francisco forty niners says we reached out to them and offer resources. Because we're praying for him because this is a good man a good family and whatever they whatever. Assistance is that we can offer. We've asked them to reach out to us so skip visit about as good at ending or a beginning. This the middle part is not the ending as we could hope for. Hopefully richard gift the help because it seems like he was he was intoxicated. Seemed like he was very agitated and they said before he was going through some things and like i said before. Hopefully richard gives the help that he needs and the road to recovery is right around the corner. I'm not concerned about richardson. Football player right now. Concerns richard sherman. The man richard sherman husband bridges on the father. Get those three things in order and the football we'd take care of itself even if he never plays another down in football..

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"sherman" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"sherman" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"If there's any inner frailty to richard sherman or anyone else These things happen you know. They're behind closed doors. They happen because we hear the police report or see the nine or nine one one call you know. I have great sympathy for anyone including professional athletes. Who are going through stuff like that about a month ago on this show. We aired an interview with josh norman. That wasn't very good. And to god's in some ways to me was enormously disappointing because i remember the specifics of how josh norman came into our life where he's in carolina. He says things he's free. He's unafraid the the team is trying to change him. Ron rivera is saying you need to tone all this stuff down. He says. I'm not as good a player by tone. All this stuff down and josh norman was so fresh that i'm like i remember you remember right. We're doing radio after game and we're like whoa football players. Don't just come on the radio and do this not rehearse and then. I'm talking to josh norman. At the end of his career as he's a free agent and it was not the same dude. The system had changed him and then as soon as we stopped taping broke it a little not broken himself again. Not doing the rehearsed thing of. I'm auditioning for my next employer Just all of a sudden himself again and almost apologizing for what it is that we just didn't because somewhere within the pipeline over ten years he realized yes at the fast as everyone else. And i'm i could say whatever. I want at the height of confidence and i could be the guy and then the system breaks slowly and slowly and slowly and then all of a sudden at the end of my career. When i'm not that fast. And the last you remember derrick henry steph farming me and i gotta get another job. I got to be the person who's out here publicly talking about things the right way. I can't be myself anymore. I'd like to be employed next year. There's another young cornerback. Whose twenty two. Who doesn't come in talking. A lot might be a little faster than me. i need. I need to be a different person in public. It's not honest bright. That's just the person who's auditioning for his next job by doing the job interview here on the radio as opposed to doing the job interview when he gets with the team. That's sport above all other sports. I believe it's just so cruel where it goes so quickly. It happened so quickly like baseball basketball. You have time you could plan a little bit. You don his hassles but sitting on the bench for the last seven years football. When it's done it goes. It goes quickly and sometimes guys just don't have time to plan what's next for. That's interesting because i can very much imagined that josh norman is acutely aware that at some point he has to go from being the diva loud cornerback with all the skills. To being the savvy veteran. Who's going to be the great teammate. The nurturer it bum mail so much to talk to him. Because i remember when we were done with him the first time as he's coming in we're like please don't change. Please don't change and the interview we did was with someone who is being really careful and i was like Richard sherman throughout his career has been himself like he has been while his situation has. I don't think maybe he's. That's the guy right. I think the guy we got right after the game is josh. Norman correct but i think his situation has changed where he has to act different. I mean at that point in your career. They bring you in for a locker room presence. And you can't necessarily distraction that you were once in your mid twenties s josh norman. You have to come in and be like leader. Guy richard sherman. They denied him bail. I don't know rights because we've talked. We've had a lot of fun. We made fun of guys like when is the synthetic we'd when this behavior is so out of character that you've got some athlete doing some weird thing to avoid drug testing but now you don't have to do synthetic we'd anymore the details on vis. I don't believe this story caught. Because richard sherman is super famous. I believe this story because this could happen. Any number of cornerbacks and we'd be the story it is today is because richard sherman is a symbol for something. Richard sherman at the center of that defense found his voice an adult voice strong and black and proud. And that defense went against russell wilson because there was a company. Man feel in the reporting between russell wilson and that defense russell wilson. Still there in charge of that team. The defense is splintered. They won the championship because russell wilson was cheap and they could pay for that defense but dan at that position. It's nearly impossible to become a household name. He did richard. Sherman get dion sanders. Did he was the face of one of the greatest defenses of all time and voice. Yes yeah importantly and now you see what you got yesterday. And i wonder how much of that gets erased because you get the honest look into four minutes of despair. You get an uncomfortable. Look into the deepest of the privacy's a his wife represents him she. That is a strong couple. And you're listening to a nine one one call. And i don't know about you guys but i was like whoa hanging himself. Where where are you in. The mine goes to so many places. C. t. drinking and pain relief. And and did you see the reported details on the amount of liquor being one bottle of vodka. One bottle of hennessy g. So what's happening there. We we got insight into what is someone's deepest darkest public moment and i don't know if it's necessarily fair to richard sir Sherman to draw the conclusions. We are now. Because what. You're you're not afforded the opportunity to look into my own personal deepest darkest moment and i'm so grateful for that because we're here talking about richard sherman twenty five minutes like we know him and we just know what we've seen. It is uncomfortable to hear nine one one call like that. You feel like a voyeur. You're hearing something that is so intensely personal and private that it shouldn't be out there. I mean i recognize richard. Sherman is a celebrity in a public person but still can't that be private. It's not. It's not so uncomfortable that we don't most of us listen to it right till the end. It got it lent to the magnitude of the situation. Though right what was going on. I mean it did like if you just read it without without hearing that call. I don't know if you know. Just how drastic or dire. His situation himself. Yeah hung hang. Talking about. Hanging himself is something that is going to get your attention. This is just a handful of the guys from that defense. But and michael bennett and richard. Sherman have now had really uncomfortable public moment. And i don't know what playing defense that way does to the body and mind. We have ideas right defense. a general. we'll just play football general but again that by the standards of the violence in that sport. That defense was a menace. Yes brandon browner. Who is the cornerback. Opposite of richard sherman for a lot of the legion of booms. Run is presently serving eight years for tempted murder..

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"sherman" Discussed on Niners Nation

Niners Nation

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"sherman" Discussed on Niners Nation

"When i first heard the news i was absolutely floored because not that we truly know any of these players. But y- richard sherman was like the last person i would think that was going to be involved in something like that and it just blew me away like i was completely floored. I mean when you talk to richard sherman or will you hear him speak. He seems very just very intelligent. Very together very Like an elder statesman of the nfl kind of uncle sherm. Yeah that's what they that's what the forty niners players called him so this just totally blew me away. We just kept getting more and more details as the news. Sorta came in on wednesday. And it's just it's just sad. It's a sad state of affairs. Yeah and like you said the mental disorder site of kinda that throws it into a whole different direction in terms of you know. I don't i don't want to speculate on what it could be. You know there's a lot of things there. I don't like to speculate on what somebody's mental disorder is. And we i would say that's probably the least likely f- Part of this that we are likely to learn. Because you know that's a personal thing that honestly is none of our business. What his mental issues are right. Now whether it's a mental disorder or not So i'm not gonna speculate on what it is even though i want to. I'm just not going to let myself go there. But i certainly hope it's something that he's going to get the help he needs for. And even if that was the cause of all of this to me. They're still no excuses. You know lake. Don't drink and drive if you if you're having mental issues. Get the help you need. And he's smart enough to do that. Which is part of. What's so shocking is that you know he's that i i wouldn't be shocked to see him in therapy. You know. i think he's somebody that's smart enough Progressive enough to not be stuck in the old ways of. I don't talk to anybody. And i think that's part of why. It's so surprising because he seemed to be somebody that was not only smart but new himself really really well. It's when it comes to mental health. It's you know there's stigma. There's a lot of stigma they're still on are just want to say by the way if you or anybody that you know is having any kind of mental health issues..

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"sherman" Discussed on Niners Nation

Niners Nation

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"sherman" Discussed on Niners Nation

"And with me as always as levin black what's up eleven not a whole lot. We're getting towards the end of the offseason. We are getting towards the end of the off season. In fact we only have one more show after this one before the start of training camp. So we you know we. We pretty much made it. Which is fantastic for some actual news. Which ironically this episode we have some actual like it matters. News rather than just speculative. Oh who's gonna start who's not gonna start type stuff. So yes we have actual serious news talk about which we are going to cover involving richard sherman and then after we take a break. We'll get to the stupid off season news that we generally have to talk about involving trae lance and what he was wearing a and a tweet from. Pf that excluded a famous forty niner. That got you all fired up but we have to start today with the serious news. I usually you know. Tell you the episode number. We talk about the fa- famous forty niner. That wore that number. I didn't wanna do any of that today. Because there was a serious story on wednesday involving richard sherman Basically if you don't know the news he was involved in. He was allegedly evolved in a hit and run car accident. He didn't hit any people of but he did smash his car into a barricade through a close construction site. And then according to police left the vehicle after it was basically undrivable. They said that one of the front tires was pretty much hanging off of this thing He fled to his in laws house where he tried to break into the home and they call nine one one. The cops came a day. Said they were going to arrest him. He resisted arrest and eventually they had to call in a canine unit. They finally got him Under control he was taken to a hospital all minor injuries and He was in jail. And i believe as of this recording still in jail. He's been charged with multiple things including domestic burglary domestic violence. Which i don't wanna make light of it but he didn't assault anybody but because he was breaking into the home of his in-laws that makes it a burglary domestic violence as opposed to just a burglary charge. Anyway there's a whole bunch of things that he's Charges that he's facing but in rapport added a little context to the story when he reported that sherman has been having mental health issues for a while and His friends have actually flown out to see him to try and help him. So this is obviously an ongoing story. Know there's a lot to respond to their eleven. But i wanted to sort of set the stage for anyone. That didn't know what happened on wednesday. Yeah this is kind of a crazy story because it's not just a straight up you know. Did he do what he's accused of or did he not. There are tons of layers to it. Some aren't as big of a deal as others. Some were only slightly a big deal and some are huge deals depending on if you did it or not you know. It's it's a story that has probably like eight or nine different sub stories within it that are gonna end up getting played out and probably become mostly publicly known over the next week or two If not longer but it's it's one that's hard to react to in my opinion because like i you hear domestic violence so you thought you know okay. You know that that's done and over with. I'm not having anything to do with sherman. I don't have anything to do with somebody like that. But then comes out that no. He didn't actually do anything physical to anybody. It's just how the law's written it's called that even though he didn't do anything but then there's the other parts of it like it is widely believed. He was drinking and driving at this point. It's not confirmed yet but It was mentioned in the nine one one call by his wife and it's what the police believed in they. I believe they have now actually charged him with dui So that in and of itself is kind of like. I tweeted about like if i can afford an uber if i go out drinking sure as hell can afford one is richard sherman or any. Nfl player. there's no excuses. It is the dumbest possible thing you can do. Because it completely destroys your career and your rep and a. That's the other part of this. Is why was sherman. Going crazy at his in laws. And i think that's part of it is that he's had this top-flight reputation you know. He's high up in the players union he is. He negotiated his own. Contracts is seen as one of the smartest players in the league and a leader of the players. And this kind of ins a lot of that. And i think that in the realization that he's a free agent and this could end his career just on the outside looking in at what we know. Now i think that's why he was freaking out so bad is that he knew the ramifications that this is going to be right you mentioned his position with the union. He's a vice president on the nfl player's associations committee. And we don't know everything obviously right. Now there's still a lot to find out clearly. He was having some sort of mental health crisis now whether that came from possibly facing the end of his career we have no idea but clearly he was in some sort of mental distress And that doesn't excuse the driving drunk if he wasn't d. Drunk or anything like that but there's so much of this story to unpack You know. I don't know how to feel about this. Like you said if it was like a strictly a domestic violence thing we that has happened a lot in the nfl and and it's not very difficult to decide how you feel about that type of thing but when you get into All the mental health side of things. And how that plays into it it. There's a lot. I wanna find out here because when i first heard the news i was absolutely floored because not that we truly know any of these players. But y- richard sherman.

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"sherman" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck

History That Doesn't Suck

07:22 min | 2 years ago

"sherman" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck

"It's summer eighteen, sixty four. Newly appointed commander of the US military division of the Mississippi General, William Tecumseh, Sherman or comp as he's better known as friends is advancing with three armies towards Atlanta. But the sharp Jhad Trim bearded ohioan isn't just thinking about the fight ahead here in the peach, state. He's thinking of his six kids. The young folks as he calls them including his recently deceased favorite child Willie. Like many of come soldiers, his terrific faced venture som nine year old fell victim to fever and dysentery. And yet the far from religious general and his devout Catholic wife. Ellen. Will soon welcome another child into their lives. There's no replacing willy. But this father of four girls hopes for a boy that may prove some kind of bomb to the Willie. Shaped hole in his in his wife's hearts. All he knows of the child is through the oft delayed letters telegrams that are a part of nineteenth century life. Headquarters military, division of Mississippi in the field. Big Shanty Georgia June. Twelfth Eighteen, sixty four. Dearest Allen? I have received fills dispatch announcing the birth to us of another son. I'm glad you're over the terrible labor and hope it is the last you'll have to endure. Of course, I am pleased to know the sex of the child as he must succeed the place vacant by Willie though I fear, we will never again be able to lavish on anyone the love we bore for him. Whatever name you give this child will be acceptable to me. Charles is a common family name would do but I will suggest none that you may name him as you choose only that it'd be simple and common. Yours W T sherman. Lancaster Ohio July seventh eighteen, sixty four. Dearest COMP. For the first time since I went to bed the night of the tenth of June I am able to sit up and hold my pen hyphen sick all that day about one o'clock I set for the doctor and at twenty minutes past to the baby was born with a cry loud enough to disturb the neighborhood like Tommy he was born with a call over a space which the doctor had to remove before his cry came forth I must thank God I am spare to my children and not Murmur at the trials he sends me as ever. Headquarters Military Division Mississippi in the field near Chattahoochee July ninth eighteen, sixty four. Dearest Allen. is now more than two months since I left Chattanooga and I think during all this time I have but one letter from you. I fear you have been more ill than I supposed the enemy and the chattahoochee lie between us and intense heat prevails but I think I shall succeed. At all events you know I never turn back. Give. My Love Your father and all the young folks. Yours ever. W T Sherman. Lancaster Ohio July sixteenth eighteen, sixty, four dearest COMP. I have been ill indeed in great danger of death and left week Charlie thrives grows and batons and is very strong and healthy. The children dote on him, particularly Tommy and Lizzy. Tommy asked me how long babies wore long dresses and when I told him six or eight months, he begged me to put pantaloons on Charlie. He walks with him in his arms and watches him plays with him and seems twenty times a day. He's so glad the baby has not a girl i. told you how very strongly resembles you inform face and shape of head the likenesses striking and I am delighted to see it. All there well, and send love to dear, Papa Ever Your Affectionate Ellen. Lancaster Ohio September seventeenth eighteen, sixty, four, Saturday morning. Dearest COMP. The baby has a very bad cold settled on his lungs. May willies pure spirit? Be Your Guide to his happy home? Heaven. Is the hourly prayer of your. Truly affectionate. Ellen. Cincinnati Ohio September twenty, second eighteen, sixty four it seems as if I were never have another letter from you dearest comp. Cincinnati Ohio, September twenty fifth eighteen, sixty, four Sunday evening. Dearest COMP, the baby, a very bad cough and I feel so uneasy. Lancaster. Ohio. November eighth eighteen sixty four. Dearest comp dear willies. Picture has just been brought and now stands framed in my room. We need this to keep him fresh in the minds and the hearts of all the children for all must love and no and talk of their holy brother. Until by God's grace, we join him in his heavenly home. The baby has such a severe cold which is taken such firm hold on his lungs that I greatly fear. He will never get over it but that it will end in consumption every year truly affectionate ellen. Obituary Charles. Celestino Sherman The New York Times December twenty fifth Christmas Day eighteen, sixty four. died at South Bend Indiana on Sunday December fourth eighteen, sixty, four of pneumonia Charles. Soliciting infant son of major, general, W T and Ellen e Sherman aged five months and twenty three days. It will be remembered by readers that Mrs Sherman left her former home at Lancaster, Ohio, and took up her residence at South Bend Indiana for the purpose of being near her children who are being educated at the Catholic institutions near that place. The remains of the Bay were convey to Saint Mary's Academy where they were received by procession of lovely children of the holy angels. The beautiful head of the child was crowned of flowers which flowed like wavelengths of light almost to the feet. and his mother with touching propriety placed a palm branch in the alabaster hand of the little one. The Right Reverend Bishop of Fort Wayne delivered inappropriate sermon upon infant baptism. The music of the choir accompanied by the grand you Oregon just erected in the church was indescribably touching and beautiful. South Bend Indiana December twenty ninth eighteen, sixty four. Dearest comp long before this you have seen in the papers, the notice of the deer baby's death God grant that his prayers and Willie's May ensure my perseverance and obtained for you the gift, of faith. Ellen e Sherman. Saint Mary's Academy December thirtieth eighteen sixty four. After writing you a brief letter yesterday trump I came back here to the academy. The wound was severe in his keenly tender yet God grant. It may be healed above my blast my holy little ones pray for us ever until we join you in the bright home above when we shall see the face of God and learn to love him as he deserves, our hearts can never rest on earthly joys again after witnessing willies agony and that compared with darling babies was almost like. Ever. Faithfully Yours Allen. headquarters. Military Division of Mississippi in the Field Savannah January fifth, eighteen, sixty five. Dearest Allen I have written several times you the children. I got your letter of December twenty third and realize the d. pain in English through which you passed in the pain and sickness of the little baby I never saw. All spoke of him. So bright and fair that I had hoped he would be spared to us to fill the great void in our hearts left by willing. But it is otherwise decreed. And we must submit. I've seen death in such quantity.

Ellen e Sherman Ohio Willie Mississippi Lancaster Lancaster Ohio Tommy South Bend Indiana Yours Allen. Allen. Charles Headquarters Military Division Sherman Military Division Cincinnati US fever commander Celestino Sherman Charlie
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"sherman" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Vet nicknamed harmonica Pete that story about twenty minutes running for office is eight Sherman fast and being an expert doesn't always help the novel coronavirus has arrived in an election year and as candidates prepare to do what candidates do personal space is hard to come by on the campaign trail Catherine lions reporter at CQ roll call has been speaking with doctors who are also senators and representatives on Capitol Hill Catherine what are you hearing we're hearing them basically the same thing we've been hearing all along wash your hands keep your baby keep the touching others to a minimum pretty much and then as you said or one of the folks in your story said it's not always easy keeper hands away from your face especially if you're somebody say who wears glasses yeah and even if you aren't somebody that we got I don't wear glasses and I constantly touch my face I am not a huge German so I feel like I'm very at risk for acquiring and spreading germs I'm always touching my face I think it's pretty automatic right he put her put her face our hands in our basement when we're tired when when when that whenever we feel like it thanks all right so who is saying what the talk to well got Kathy knew the Gastroenterol agis and he put a nice and colorful creative twist to the handshake he's joking that the crawfish boil handshake is an alternative where it's basically another name for the elbow bump we've got your fingers all Fonsi from a big crop issue he right he'd make an album cool again and then we've got Greg Murphy he was a urologist and he suggested a foot bump which I have yet to be on the hill but maybe maybe I'll maybe I'll bring it to the hell maybe I'll try it out like the least amount effort right well you kinda you know with an elbow bump or a fist bump you know you can indicate what you're about to do and people recognize it pretty much worldwide like a high five how do you hate what you're about to do with the football oh man that's a good question I have to try it out and get back to you maybe just kind of like look down at the other person for it that might work I don't know it might be weird about this for speaking with Catherine lions reporter at CQ roll call her pieces called their doctors their politicians they were using hand sanitizer before it was cool who's who requires hand sanitization before even entering the offices of mark green from Tennessee that what Martin green although they all seem very partial to hand sanitizer nobody said nobody expressed any disdain for hand sanitization I even asked if you could over hand sanitized your hands and considering that we're not doing it normal people aren't doing it as much as urgent doctors people in hospitals it's gonna be very hard to overseeing the tide one of my concerns with also the dryness that comes with hand sanitizer there are hand sanitizers that come with we strider there's hand that come with moisturizer but if you.

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