35 Burst results for "Sixty"

Giants Hit 5 HRs, Rough up Greinke, Astros 8-6

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 d ago

Giants Hit 5 HRs, Rough up Greinke, Astros 8-6

"The giants took game two of their matchup of division leaders hitting four of their five home runs on Zach Grandy in an eight six victory over the Astros Geren rough Donovan Solano Wilmer Flores and lamonte Wade junior connected off cranky Wade's Homer landed in macaulay Culkin was hit in front of his parents the biggest thing today was down in front of my mom and dad so yeah that was pretty special and then hear everything about how my mom was out there in right field not that that was pretty cool in my district he later added a round tripper to help the giants become the first major league team with sixty five wins a let me see homered twice on his thirty first birthday for the Astros who lost in manager dusty Baker's return from a one game suspension I'm Dave Ferrie

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Hundreds March to Texas Capitol in Protest of GOP Elections Bills

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 1 d ago

Hundreds March to Texas Capitol in Protest of GOP Elections Bills

"Country music legend Willie Nelson performed at a voting rights rally at the Texas state capitol in Austin on Saturday seeking his vote amount song if you the action in a statement Nelson says laws making it more difficult for people to vote are unamerican intended to punish poor people people of color the elderly and disabled Lyndon Baines Johnson whose father President Johnson signed the nineteen sixty five voting rights act told the crowd her father would be proud of today's activists access to the ball well liberty and justice for all the rally in Austin was the end of a March that started Wednesday twenty seven miles away in George town against tighter voting laws Texas Republicans are pushing I'm Julie Walker

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Ledecky, Dressel Star for US; Japan's Baseball Team Advances

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 1 d ago

Ledecky, Dressel Star for US; Japan's Baseball Team Advances

"Senator sharply of the US on a three under sixty eight to take a one stroke lead over Japan's a techie months ago entering Sunday's final round of the men's golf competition Ireland's Rory McElroy is one of four golfers who sits three shots back there's a lot of us that are going to be going through experiences that that we've never experienced so that's that's going to be fun it's interesting and you know it's it's set this up for a I just had a really good day tomorrow U. S. men's basketball advanced to the quarterfinals following a one nineteen eighty four win over the Czech Republic the USA claiming bronze in the mixed four by four hundred track relay event a clean sweep of the podium for Jamaica in the women's one hundred meter final Elaine Thompson Hera broke Florence Griffith Joyner thirty three year old record to win gold in a time of ten point six one seconds I'm John with every

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Votto Homers in 7th Straight Game, Reds Beat Mets 6-2

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 d ago

Votto Homers in 7th Straight Game, Reds Beat Mets 6-2

"Sonny gray tossed six strong innings in the Reds pounded out ten hits to beat the Mets sixty two with the game tied at one in the fifth Jesse Winkler delivered an RBI single off Mets reliever Miguel Castro in the sixth to Joey Votto homered in the seventh straight game is twenty first of the season and he's having fun exciting you know I guess it's so much more fun doing it on a winning team doing it that you can actually wins and we've been playing well lately Jonathan India led off the game with a Homer and a two run shot in a three run ninth inning as Cincinnati won its fourth straight Jeff McNeil extended his hitting streak for the Mets to sixteen games might make you so New York

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$1 Trillion Infrastructure Plan Clears Another Senate Hurdle

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 d ago

$1 Trillion Infrastructure Plan Clears Another Senate Hurdle

"The Senate will convene for a rare Saturday session as work continues on the bipartisan one trillion dollar infrastructure plan as Friday session commenced Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer was hoping to introduce the text of the bill later in the day it's my intention to offer the text of the bipartisan agreement as a substitute amendment but the full text was not completed Friday and Republicans like senator John Cornyn don't want the process to be rushed to give people more hours to review the process did get pushed along Friday with the sixty six twenty eight vote to proceed to consideration of the bill Mike Rossi out Washington

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Florida coronavirus cases jump 50% as surge continues

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 d ago

Florida coronavirus cases jump 50% as surge continues

"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting differences over mask requirements and vaccines continue across the nation amid a wave of sobering news about the corona virus Friday the Florida health department said covert nineteen cases in the sunshine state jumped fifty perceptive week continuing a six week surge that announcement came shortly after Florida governor Ron DeSantis barred school districts from requiring students to wear masks when classes resume next month the Walt Disney company announced it will require employees to get vaccinated against cove it nineteen and they have sixty days to do so Walmart announced all workers at its headquarters as well as its managers who traveled within the US must be vaccinated against Kobe eight nineteen by October fourth hi Mike Rossio

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Gun Violence in America: Newark

COVID-19: What You Need to Know

02:10 min | 2 d ago

Gun Violence in America: Newark

"For decades newark new jersey was listed among the country's most dangerous large city. Going to begin with that breaking news in newark. Police are confirming. This was a targeted shooting. Deadly shootings in newark. In less than two days the city of about two hundred and seventy thousand six just on the other side of the hudson river from new york and had the nation's third worst murder rate for large cities in two thousand thirteen or almost fifty consecutive years newark had been in the top ten most violent city. List's akilah arouses the president of the newer community street team. A group that works to reduce crime through community outreach cheryl says by the nineteen sixties newark and particularly its communities of color suffered under the weight of poverty discrimination and violence and it was made worse when crack. Cocaine hit the street. In the nineteen eighty. All of us agree that the gravest domestic threat facing our nation today is drug eighties. With the crack epidemic hit urban communities across the country it decimated newark as it decimated most black neighborhoods across country. Trauma was allowed to fester in ripple and and so we saw the impact of of those policies around the world drugs and world violence drugs or menacing our society they're threatening our values and undercutting our institutions how it impacted like kind of young black men and also communities of color all across the country newark was no not excluded from that but starting in two thousand fourteen things began to change newark new jersey tonight. Tatting a big drop in crime and cheryl says with the election of mayor razz baraka. The city took a new approach immediately. Started the work on building out. This complementary strategy to policing the newark community street team as he at the same time started to doing some reform within the police department. The raka broad public safety under one umbrella police fire and other safety groups under a newly created department of public safety. A move to the city says help simplify operations and reduce costs but it would take more than that to see lasting change. There has been progress helped. In part by a legal settlement in two thousand sixteen the city of newark reached an agreement with the department of justice following an investigation into newark. Police

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Warriors Reject Sixers’ Steep Asking Price for Ben Simmons

WFAN Sports Radio_FM Show

00:55 sec | 3 d ago

Warriors Reject Sixers’ Steep Asking Price for Ben Simmons

"Sixers are asking the Warriors per keep pumping, who covers the sixties for The Philadelphia Inquirer for Andrew Wiggins, James Wiseman, the seventh pick in tonight's draft, the 14th pick in tonight's draft. And to future first round picks. So four first round picks. Wiggins and Wiseman. Basically That's six first round picks if you think about it. 7 14 to future. Wiggins was an early first round pick, and James Wiseman was just the second pick in the draft. So if you want to say, because Wiggins played in the league for a little bit hit, and he's kind of been underwhelming. Wise, but at least they're still has that potential. Even after his first season, it's basically Wiggins And five first round picks for Ben Simmons. If I'm the Golden State warriors. I'm glad they said no. And I don't think that price is going to be met for Ben Simmons.

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Google Is Kicking ‘Sugar Dating’ Apps out of the Play Store

Daily Tech News Show

00:30 sec | 3 d ago

Google Is Kicking ‘Sugar Dating’ Apps out of the Play Store

"Land sugar dating apps from the android place tour starting september. I if you're asking. What does that mean. These are apps. The company deemed to be promoting compensated sexual relationships. Google also has a new policy to delete developer account if they've remained inactive for a year with exceptions made for accounts behind apps with over a thousand installs or with recent in-app purchases. Who said in a video that it will notify developers of impending deletions sixty thirty seven days before they

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Why Are HUD Stats Important?

Smart Poker Study Podcast

01:38 min | 3 d ago

Why Are HUD Stats Important?

"Alrighty so why are hud stats important. I'll keep the answer to the super simple. It's basically statistics. Tell us how often are opponents. Make an action if we know how often they do something. We can find ways to exploit that frequency for example if somebody three bets from the small blind at twelve percent. We know they're bluffing. More than sixty percent of the time but how do we know this while it is math. That gives us the answer at twelve percent there. Three bedding one hundred and fifty eight combos and that stuff like pockets. Better ten nine suited. Ace nine suited her better as ten off suit king. Ten suited are better and king. Jack off suits or better you can see. There's tons of junk here. This twelve percent range of one hundred and fifty-eight combos. It really only contains sixty two combos of value hands which are like pocket. Tens or better and ace queen or better and some of those are even a little questionable. Ace queen as queen suited could be value might not be a so a twelve percent three betters. One hundred fifty eight combos if it only contains sixty two kambas of value that means that ninety six combos are likely folding to a four bit and ninety six out of one hundred fifty eight means. They're folding or bluffing. Really a sixty one percent of the time and if they're folding all of these bluffs than our four bet to twenty five big blinds is about break even versus a ten big line three bet and we're printing money if they three bet to eleven or twelve big blinds Because their folding just way too often verses are twenty five big blind four bet and all of that is great to know and it really just comes from the simple math. Every time they three bed us we should be considering a four bit as a

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Rev. Jen Bailey: What We Inherit & What We Send Forth

On Being with Krista Tippett

02:36 min | 3 d ago

Rev. Jen Bailey: What We Inherit & What We Send Forth

"Reflecting a lot lately about what is it. Has it been about my life experience that has helped me see this long view. It a relatively hung aids and i think i think it's been my proximity to death Having lost my mom at twenty eight when she was sixty three years old having last three or four friends all women of color to suicide early twenties two weeks after i gave birth to my best friends from high school died unexpectedly and experienced walking with my mom. Her last few months On earth when she was after battling cancer for fourteen years in walking with her and alongside her and feeding her and changing her and carrying for her and loving for her and being in the room when she transitions think those experiences throughout the course of my life have allowed me an insight into just how precious and finite and short life can be and so the question then becomes our time on. Earth is not guaranteed. It's okay to just do what we can do over here and enjoy it all happen And i wonder how much that might be. Reflected generational with other folks In particular of of young black folks in the us who had grown up alongside and becoming behind me who have seen death literally become spectacle in front of our eyes. He's constant encounter with via social media whether it be police shootings where other things that are. Now just right in front of our eyes And given that we live in a culture in the us that is not well we like like to shut it down any any case yeah I wonder if emerging out of this twenty twenty moment. There might be a reintregation of how he sit with death and grief not as like something that is sad that dwelling

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The Relentless Debate About Masks

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:16 min | 3 d ago

The Relentless Debate About Masks

"You tired of this relentless debate about masks about vaccines about the direction of the country. Yesterday tony foul. She was all played. A montage on yesterday's show of the the voice of leadership when it comes to covert and it was. It was a montage of his many contradictions but yesterday he went on his favourite network. Msnbc said the following the policy talking about is the masking in the sense of telling vaccinated people that even though two months ago sixty days ago the cdc came out with a recommendation that individuals who are vaccinated. Do not need to wear masks indoors or outdoors. Something has changed. And what has changed. Is the virus. The cdc hasn't changed. The cdc has really flip flopped. At all. what's happened. Is that when that earlier recommendation was made we were dealing predominantly with the alpha variant and the alpha verion when you look at individuals who are vaccinated that the level of virus in the nays of barons of vaccinating people might get a breakthrough infection that the level of virus was really very low indicating that it would be extremely unlikely that a vaccinated person who happened to get infected and that happens because the vaccine is certainly not one hundred percent effective. That would be very unlikely that they would transmit however now you're dealing with delta very which is really quite a lot more transmissible. Can you make sense out of that. You make sense out of any of that these. She hasn't flip flopped at all. He said we were dealing with the alpha variant. But now that we're with the delta variant the viruses. And i know that most americans right left or in between are accepting a word of that.

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2021s Biggest Air Show by Any Measure

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

02:15 min | 3 d ago

2021s Biggest Air Show by Any Measure

"Been day wherever you are. Welcome to aviation week's check six and business and commercial aviation podcast. I'm all mcmillan. Managing editor of business aviation for aviation week joining me today is lindsay beauregard. Mri editor and mike elaborate director of enter royal production. The three of us are here in oshkosh wisconsin at the world's biggest air show a era venture oshkosh and it is the sixty eighth show this year. It's also the first one in two years since last year show is cancelled because of the cove in nineteen pandemic and tell you what The organizers say that in a normal year on sunday before the show there's about five thousand airplanes that fly in this year. The number is eight thousand. And they're saying that attendances back to twenty nineteen levels and the mood seems very enthusiastic and excited to be back. Mike this is your first time here and then see this society. This'll be my second one. My i was twenty nine thousand. Nine hundred and lindsey. You had unexciting morning morning today at the show. Yeah yeah. I did too right along for my first amer. Aaron bad flight the sixty six era stars so we flew in three experts or one hundred series aircraft They're very lightweight and they're good for robotics and go upside down aircraft and it was a whole lot. One says the maneuvers. They'll be air show at some of them yes so weeding. He did loops weeded. Barrel rolls At one point one of the aircraft lou underneath another one one of those numbers and i spoke to them afterwards and the current team of three has been together for five years but apparently to them pollen harvey have been finding it for twenty years so collectively between the three of them they have been flying as phillips sixty six eurostars for one hundred years

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Vehicle Traffic Nearing Pre-COVID Levels as Transit Lags

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 3 d ago

Vehicle Traffic Nearing Pre-COVID Levels as Transit Lags

"Vehicle traffic is nearing pre pandemic levels in one big city area the public transit is lagging the vehicle traffic between New Jersey and neighboring New York is just about what it was before the pandemic bridge and tunnel traffic down only about two percent compared to June of twenty nineteen truck traffic is actually up seven percent but listen to this ridership on path trains that's a rapid transit system serving New Jersey in midtown Manhattan is down sixty three percent the New York City areas MTA the public transit system including buses and subway trains is reporting similar trans transiting that ridership may not rebound for years what's the problem concerns over the corona virus and more people can now work from home I'm Rita folate

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Women Pushed for Gender Equality With Their 1976 Olympic Outfits

Dressed: The History of Fashion

01:47 min | 3 d ago

Women Pushed for Gender Equality With Their 1976 Olympic Outfits

"The nineteen seventy six summer olympics or the games of the twenty first summer olympiad held in montreal canada so many highlights april so little time. Six thousand eighty four athletes from ninety two countries came to compete in one hundred ninety eight events. Women's basketball rowing and team handball are introduced for the first time the fourteen year. Old gymnast nadia comenici of romania became the first ever gymnast to score a perfect ten after her uneven bars performance and any fashion history-making moment for the first time ever in the history of these summer olympic opening ceremony. The us women athletes are wearing dumped. It on and this is the part where regular nurse nurse. Say here we go again. Because women athletes had of course already been wearing bifurcated garments as part of their competition uniforms. They had actually even been wearing pants or bifurcated. Garments at the opening ceremonies of the winter games since the nineteen fifties as protection from the cold of course but in the history of the summer olympics. The prayed uniform was always in line with the fashionable silhouette and also the side dress codes of any given period and up until this point these kind of more quote unquote formal occasion. Something like an opening ceremony would have called for skirts and not pants. But during the fashion revolution of the nineteen sixties women fought really hard to break down gender barriers and this included these social codes. That barred them from wearing pants. Outside of leisure or sports settings it was a hard one battle and one thousand nine hundred. Ninety six olympics really reflected this seismic shift in the broader social. Moore's that had begun to accept women in pants for most occasions.

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Senate Convenes for Rare Weekend Session Over Infrastructure Deal

WSJ What's News

00:29 sec | 3 d ago

Senate Convenes for Rare Weekend Session Over Infrastructure Deal

"We begin in washington where a bipartisan group of senators have struck an agreement on a roughly one trillion dollar infrastructure package. After months of talks. The senate voted sixty seven to thirty two to begin consideration of the bill above the sixty required. It's a reversal of a failed effort a week earlier when many specifics of the deal were still under negotiation. Republican negotiators said. They now had enough confidence in the details of the agreement to allow it to move forward

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Instructional Design and Teaching, Digital Security, Hardware & Software

Trends & Issues in Instructional Design, Educational Technology, and Learning Sciences

01:59 min | 4 d ago

Instructional Design and Teaching, Digital Security, Hardware & Software

"Number one is. Id and teaching strategies. There were a number of articles a large number of articles about instructional design in general and teaching strategies generally over the past two weeks. We're which we always mentioned. We're thrilled to see. We love to see that kind of thing so we saw strategies for designing effective training request forms. That's usually in business. Situations Flipped classrooms discussed multiple articles about flipped classrooms Lesson planning with universal design for learning formative assessment for remote teaching the roles of an instructional coach. All of these things were discussed are recommended. Read in this area is planning for fair group. Work by amir suli and susan m brookhart for asc. Once again i apologize. If i mispronouncing any of our authors names. This was a really good read Describing group work and how to organize a group work setting that everybody finds fair and equitable And i think pretty much all of us who are involved in designing any kind of instruction have had some moment where we've had to organize group work and gets get some kind of pushback from people saying you know. Why are we doing this so this is a really good article. I think in terms of just laying out the the wise and the winds in the house for group work number two our number two Trend is slightly different than normal. Normally we would say that one of our big trends over the past. Few years has been digital security and citizenship. This time around it was all digital security. We had a number a number of articles about just security issues. In general for example microsoft announced security enhancements for dynamics three sixty five viva and teams.

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Why Jim Ryun Relied on God to Make His Running Dreams Happen

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:30 min | 4 d ago

Why Jim Ryun Relied on God to Make His Running Dreams Happen

"But here's a pivotal story in here. Eric and i tell our campers that jim ryan running camp about this. You have to take ownership at some point so during the winter of nineteen sixty three at the will. It's being bad. The winter of nineteen sixty four going into the nineteen sixty four. I had grown weary of running on my own running on the ice and falling in the snow and the cold and everything and they went into see coach timmons nosed as a coach really. Couldn't work with you in the off season. They said coach. This is really hard. I sit you know morning on my own learning dark. I've fallen on the is running in the snow and he just listened to finally said. Jim have heavier goals change. My goal was to be the first high school boy toward an appointment. As i said coach. They really haven't. He said well the need to get back out there and keep going see. I went in with the idea that i wanted to pat on the back. And what happened is he sent me home. Kick kicking the rump. Saying if this is important for you the new. You're the only one that can make this happen. And at that point. I began relying more and more upon god because a new this is going to happen for a kid who didn't understand running and doing things never done before that would have to be happening with governed opened those doors and so the running developed again quickly and in june of nineteen sixty four. I became the first high school boy to run under four minutes and then in september of nineteen sixty four. I became the youngest runner. Middle-distance runner where you going to call it. The ever make the us track and field olympic team and went to tokyo so it was quite a transformation

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"sixty" Discussed on Focus on Fabulous

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"sixty" Discussed on Focus on Fabulous

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"sixty" Discussed on Focus on Fabulous

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"sixty" Discussed on What Up Patna

What Up Patna

01:51 min | 5 months ago

"sixty" Discussed on What Up Patna

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"sixty" Discussed on What Up Patna

What Up Patna

04:10 min | 5 months ago

"sixty" Discussed on What Up Patna

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"sixty" Discussed on What Up Patna

What Up Patna

06:04 min | 5 months ago

"sixty" Discussed on What Up Patna

"Particular sixty nine. No no sixty nine eddie. Money thirty i repeated upon a any money They've never seen nine. That was three years ago. Oh yeah no. It's been three years. You gotta respect the sixty nine. Yeah yeah i mean look more par to you. You know why because most most guys are just giving all the sixty nine away. They're not not holding it in. Hey they're not place. Lead men to get third time someone saturday or face okay. Sonata sixty nine. Six seven. six seventy three. Actually it's it s almost ninety degrees but she's arching her bad. You also look comfortable. Discussing this is hugh. I feel comfortable with a very beans. It's horrible went crazy was less priscilla's sat in your face To be honest with you it was probably recently vegas trip. Remember much but i just remember snorkeling was trying to come up for air. Couldn't turn blue and mma buzzword not how the world famous plaza podcast episode number sixty nine. Why is sixty nine so important. Why is it such a big deal. You pressure is. Have you ever proposition someone to do a sixty nine. How do you. How do you proposition someone they say i know wannabe sixty and i'll be nine or does this work exactly enough for the most part. Sixty-nine you can't say we created it. Who's we human ray human race. The dinosaurs were fifteen. Yeah you know you. Don't think think when the eggrolls out me with universal with poverty. Universal powell factcheck tonight. I wanna fuck infant. I'm demanding my first official fact checker. The episode sixty nine not including the took back. Leonard winded fact checks now. Did factious ended sixty nine. Sixty nine was coined. The phrase sixty nine was i. Money goes back to the early days when they used to discuss different positions in that. I just made up ray now okay. I still like the fact ticket though. And i i want to take this moment to take a shower them out there that are talking about the last time they sixty nine or the intensity so in the very near future toast to the most. This is our next shot. This is our third shot and after a third beer for those of you keeping track on your seat arts and this is a thumbs up. That looks like a double shaba. We're gonna count one because Everybody's taking one jaja how beautiful i am keeping track when you guys shots right now. Big eight has four factors. Okay so who's in the lead. this is the for. He took one during the during our commercial break. You ever go to the carnival you blow the water the cow's mouth and the horses racing you fucking tip the carney an extra five bucks and took a shot prior to the front yard of the show. It's not fair my fault. That felt the unsanctioned shot for the record. Dining right now. I'd get up you know. Thank you set wound so the number sixty nine with the sexual position. Sixty nine niccolo has fact checked. He's been he's been nice enough. To upgrade is data plan so that he can have a processor which matches that of our speed and sled man's intellectual sponsor annuity but first of all before we get to sixty nine. We're going to look up a previous fact. Check which was Birds in the mic check of the episode. Sixty nine for those of you had not heard mike check. Check it out. Here's a quick ten minutes of big a masturbating. And that's why we're talking so for those of you know we were talking about fairmont's lead man brought up pyramid. Why did we bring a fact checking fair. Moans be caz recently it's been in our life fairmont's yes fermo explained expressed in our in our only medium so big a did some research. He spent some time at columbia with the world renowned botanist about fair. Moans you ever seen batman with poison ivy people wanna fucker already wanted to have sex with her but now she re- matic kill said man for it. You know what i'm saying. I want you to kill sled man and then come and married big as and murder. Nick so ramones is why. I don't know how it came up. Maybe it was because we're watching batman. But is that rental. Not altogether zest batman with you. So ramones affair ramon for those two big dogs. Sixty two celebrity. Who do not know what to the big dogs. Sixty two for those of you who do not know all right. The mon is an ancient greek word. For pharaoh pharaoh dinner it's a secreted or extreme chemical factor that triggered a social response members of the same species like your b. o. Fairmount chemicals capable of acting like hormones outside of the you and then causing the individuals secrete individually it impacts the behavior of the receiving individuals. So gordon translate that for not just an example like when you smell the mirvac put in the order on a smells like funk that secreting on the receiving end and you can give some type of social answer to this game. They hate you. The fact is it's called soclean greeted itself outside the bodies. What she said yes so.

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"sixty" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"sixty" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

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"sixty" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"sixty" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

"Well got episode number ten of ESPN number. One challenge podcast I feel. I'm joined by Charlie Chunky view. I'm joined by Charlie Beta, Kravitz and Elizabeth Easy Liz Veerman as always guys Hauser Week. I don't know what's. Joining us from Chunky Doug I'm so glad you asked billy. I'm joining you from the cashiers. Area Chamber of Commerce. Big Shout out to Stephanie and Thomas for hosting me I just take a moment to address you. Yes, you listener viewer wherever you are. Just stop what you're doing right now i. want you to Google Cashiers North Carolina I want you to take. Take in all the splendor. The cashiers has offer and I. Want you to come visit this place. You can go to waterfalls. You can go on hikes. There's limitless possibilities in cash North Carolina, and then I want you to come to Bucks Coffee Cafe and I'm going to buy you a frozen lots of bucks. Okay, so that is what I'm asking you to do. I'm done now. Speaking about cashiers bill you Taylor channeling candidates. Did you just go that while I? Use Talking Oh. Yes, think he. Is there anything better than an icy cold milky lots in a lush green surroundings? Typing Furiously typing box. It looks like it's light. Is this an open-ended? Invite like just whatever you want. You just always going to be waiting a bucks to buy people coffee. Just give me a little bit of heads up twitter instagram. I'm Charlie, Huma both places. By frozen lots of bucks, you're GonNa, love it. Okay, that was a weird start to the episode will admit and that kind of takes us into. What was a weird week for the challenge I would say over the weekends. There was controversy on the challenge. It led to de being dismissed from the show then episodes normally ninety minutes long this week. Because of the incidents, it was then brought back to sixty minutes, which leads kind of weird edited. And then there was another version candidate, so there's a lot to talk about in regards to the challenge in this week's episode thing. Yeah, I think we can take all this back to where this began, which was with d making some insensitive comments on twitter I? Don't think we really need to rehash those here. You can search for those in probably pretty easily if you want to. The gist of them was basically that D- made light of the black lives matter movement, and subsequently followed up with additional tweets that kind of showcased, maybe a lack of education and a lack of empathy for the cause and the way those issues of impacted people in the black community in America and I think that. We can also in this podcast that none of us here have lived through the black experience in America. Right and I think that you know in the wake of George Floyd incident that. A lot of what we've heard and tried to do is is you know listen and find ways we can be part of the solution and part of change, and what what you've heard a lot is educate yourself understand the issue better you know, understand ways to. Combat it and I think that you know really what what dis What her tweets kind of showcase was lack of education on the issue and a lack of empathy for the lives that have been impacted by. Not only George Floyd numerous other incidents in America so I think that? It is absolutely within MTV's right to dismiss her from the show and subsequent seasons and I think that I don't have as much of a track record. Watching MTV reality shows is perhaps you know y'all have, and I know that there have been some problematic figures in the past. Maybe that MTV hasn't necessarily dealt with the way they should, but i. do think that this represents. Progress in the right direction of perhaps this is sort of them to finding a zero tolerance policy for these types statements in the future you just you will no longer be on the show, so that at least represents progress. Yeah, absolutely I want to echo everything you said there I think that's. Very poignant and salient and it was. It was good to see MTV, take swift action and sort of duels right in this situation I mean not too long ago not to bring it back to what we saw earlier, this season with Nelson and Kayla. Bear where we said you know. What like a couple of seasons ago that snow, conversation? That would have happened. Just a couple of seasons ago on this show, there was an incident between Camilla and Leroy and most state on the show, and then was back. The next season took a couple of incidents before they kind of had her go away and I don't think they ever really made a firm statement like condemning her, and saying like you know she's done with us forever. Just kind of disappeared so. They're definitely handling things differently than they did in the past and I think that's that's you know Kudos to them for doing that and being swift on it? Yeah, and so I think that the interesting thing then coming off of that is the choice to MTV made in editing. Two different versions of the show won for the American audience and one for the Canadian audience. Where we're essentially the reason that thirty minutes short episode, in America was that he was really not, and despite the large role she played in the episode, and and being in the elimination, winning it so for that I will spend on over to our challenge historian slash episode recap extraordinaire. Mr Kraft's thank you for that wonderful people. Yeah I mean I think you're gonNA. Do this recap a little bit differently because we'll sort of. Oscillate, back, and forth between what they showed on the episode that we watched will be sort of discerning. They show in from the median episode. Thanks to our helpful friends at. Our episode began in the bunker with. A women's Elimination Week and The Red Skull Ass-. Denial Challengers Ninety Mattia Melissa all wanting to go in, and that led us to the delightful exchange of Josh and ninety, sitting in the bunker, Josh just luxuriating in a skincare. Just, moisturizing talk the ninety about how she was plotting to throw herself in that you wanted to win. Tribunal says she would have the opportunity to choose to go in and I'd like to it here for one second before we continue. On, Charlie Hume the Chunky dogs wedding day. I showed up to his suite the morning of his wedding. A good when? She brings moisturizing base masks. Dope on their wedding I feel. You would fit in well with this crew then because last week West was wearing under idea puffing pads this week. Josh's wearing a moisturizing facemask like these people take their skin care very seriously. Once you start skincare. Thank you. Kick back. Sure that was the first masks that had ever use my wedding day room. Yes, it was. It was very. hydrating I guess the word I would use. And you know maybe the bunkers a stressful place. If you can have a little bit of refuge in that small hydrogen, ask Josh you go ahead and do it. We're Josh Pot. I'm in full support of it. Yeah, I'm not here to shame. Josh for wearing a face I'm not GONNA lie. I wore a mask I think it was on the weekend Saturday, or Sunday, how to mask on I like the mass that you rub in, then you have to let it dry, and then you peel off because I feel like it's doing something. I don't like the ones that are either the pre made. Made ones that you just peel off after a fan of those are only going to screw off. I like to peel it off. Feel like something's coming up now Mr crowds has baby soft skin so I can see him doing it Charlie Hume on your wedding day. You also had a beard. So how did that work? How did that if I'm thinking about that now? It was like I. Kind of had to pull up. It did not attached to my face. Well I think that was the headline. I was very hydrated everywhere else, but yeah, you know what that's. That's a good point. Why is it their skin care for men with beards? Face yes. I guess you could just cut the face. So maybe your skincare from him of beards all right, okay? Yeah I think we should be clear. None of us are shaming Josh or West. I also think if you are on camera all day every day. Of course you're GONNA WANNA? Look your best, so not just stress released, but maintenance to be camera ready. We're about us. Do you think that Josh and wes brought those with them? Like in their.

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"sixty" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"sixty" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

"So tiny. He's amazing. Nice resurgence like ninety six to two thousand rocket everything I remember everyone watching then in kind of food away announcing back again so yet. It's not really back right now. It's struggling right now time I assume it is. It's struggling right now. It's posting the lowest ratings. It has twenty seven years. Rationing. Now back to Martin. show specific questions so questions about how you get to stuff so quickly and I assume that tags like soundbites. are able to pull stuff quickly, so if you to organize okay fine the scenes that question so working with Dan and sue as long as I have I. Kinda know where they're going. As soon as Dan mentioned something for instance, if ludicrous comes up in conversation, irony noticed are looking for the Ludicrous Watch clip if dwayne. Wade comes up in conversation. I already know that sooner or later dance gonNA. Ask For Way Jones but it's actually. We have a huge archive as you can imagine. I have basically two different places that I can play sound from and most of it is just off a utility. That has a huge. We call it the drive that has an archive, a ball of sounds that we ever have and thankfully I. Remember back in the days when it didn't have a search feature, so you would have to organize everything alphabetically and just scroll down like the Matrix and try to find the one specific clip that you're trying to find which. Would take a lot longer, but thankfully they have a search function now so I can just search a keyword and then several dozen options. Come for me, and then I can identify the sound clip and I'm looking for the tricky part is. Make. Sure that we're super organized in terms of archiving and we've caught ourselves before whether it's sometimes Chris, saves something where I save something. I don't really recall. It doesn't really make sense. We constantly have to change what soundbites are called because the functionality of I'm looking for less miles talking about an oil slick. GonNa just says Lsu football coach miles, but doesn't mention anything about oil, so you have to make sure that you're super organized and make sure you put key phrases in the save file that you're looking for because you may not be able to remember the file name, but you can remember some of the notes that that sound hits so that's how we do it. The search function was a game changer for us. So Chris the Pirate S. Russell brand there was a few segments, but him in kind of went away. This ring bell are. Yeah Dan, does a talk to you tomorrow bit and. So here's the deal. Dan Just says talk to you tomorrow, and that's not really how guest booking works. Sometimes. The person can have a bigger star like that that you don't have a direct contact to that. You book through. An intermediary is tougher to get on a daily basis. But that doesn't stop them from San. Talk to you tomorrow, so shout out to Allison Turner and now billy hooves. Really taken more of an active role in the guest booking fairly recently. They have a very difficult job. The inputs guestworkers in a very difficult position on our show. I Guess Allison so is she still helping with the show or is she three more shows? She? She helps with other bookings across ESPN, but yes, she's so actively books for our Shell. I I'm speaking for everyone here but I think people love her I think she is so funny and it was. People were very sad as ear go. She's not into student anymore. I think I would love to see your back someday by I guess I understand. She's kind of a fan favourite. Yes! I loved her on air to she. She was a great, a great on air, character, her and Billy Rolling Sometimes I. Wish we would do that more. But even when she was in studio, she really WanNa. Do it all that much. She is, so she pops up on some mystery crates and some local hours. I heard a recent one. It seems as though she's in a relationship, so that's that's very exciting for her. So the Billy Allison dynamic does live on through the local hours of mystery crates. See here what brings you more stress? Dan's outspokenness or Stugatz is laziness from. peaky leg or that name? Easy Dan's outspokenness. Yeah, I often said that sue. GAZZA's the most honest relationship in my life, because I already assume everything he says is a lie and so i. know exactly what that Dude's angle is and. It's it's true. Serum for me doesn't matter what he says I know. What the truth is, so you really doesn't bring me much stress. He'd likes to go rogue sometimes behind the scenes and put us in difficult spots I think. Sometimes he likes to play. This God's character is a nice little crush. Sometimes because you can just say adds Stugatz, but sometimes I think he knows what he's doing smarter than he lets on that Guy Yeah for sure. They have made a comment the other day about. Keep your daughters in line to do all the background noise and STU seemed to. Actually mad, so I guess the question is this is from BG core Often an actual real apology from an on air back and forth or it now at this point, they're a married couple, and they just kind of get over and. Married couples married couple have arguments. Great. But you know what I'm saying is part of show, and they know they over quicker, is there? We've been doing this show for very long time. There's a lot of personalities and I know we're not in the pandemic where we're doing this remotely from our homes, but normally were broadcasting from very tight spaces. You can't go and and take a lap and collect yourself. If you get heated over something inevitably, you're going to get on each other's nerves. Inevitably, you got to do something that the other person feels like is crossing the line or takes offense to. I had a million apologies issued. I have received several apologies we. over the course of the year. They're strong disagreements like any like any band. That's been together for fifteen years. It's a very long time to do anything especially this with a burning a content being what it is, we put stuff out there, and we welcome people in our lives, and sometimes that's fodder for the show and could just say the wrong thing at the wrong time, so that's that's totally normal. But they're good. They're good and they wouldn't be together still if they weren't good at patching things up. The drunk Ohio Ohio in. Favorite better character of yours at it just never made the show in. A FAVOURITE BITTER CHARACTER! No sorry bit or Something that you think is funny. That dan terrible allow although I. Think, we have such a high standard that we developed character and somewhere you say this is not fully baked. Go to air. No I will say it probably works the other way. They were characters that people like that. We just don't like doing for instance I hate death metal hockey guy I think it's not at all funny, not at all funny and super grading, and some people like it. Unfortunately Dan likes it. But I I hate that character. It's so bad it's bad. For Mike Supervisor, dude?.

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"sixty" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"sixty" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

"Personal rankings. Each they're. Good. In terms of I mean talking about sport. We get amazing matchups in sport less bananas. Terms eliminations. You've witnessed maybe both watching her in person like where does that rank all time for you? Oh one of the best like I've met. I've watched the show, so I wasn't a huge fair like I was a big brother. Better I've watched. The show and I was well aware their whole. Relationship and it just. I think all the fans wanted to see that. They knew that. You know that we were all hyping it up. You kind of Corey Nelson, but I think the whole house water to see that happen and I don't think was wanted to go down. Had that pressure from just? I think he you was GonNa make good TV, and that's both just good for their great actor showman. They're good at what they do and I think, win or lose, they made. Great, TV edit was like. Putting myself in a fans. Like point of view, it was. It was really good to watch I mean and they're both pro. I gotta get West is. Good at this game roll like I wish I don't. They've Sony what seasons, but West is really good so I. I don't think that laws takes away anything from him, you know. It seemed like you were itching to get in there. Though. Are you upset or you didn't WanNa? Go Against Janis Your I. Did I did it so I think that. At that point, we were so late into the game and the pressure was on. Killing, but did not want to go up against our, and there was one person I didn't WanNa go against. It was Johnny. I think you know. I was having such a hard time in there. Personally I was struggling really bad like I've I've struggled with anxiety and all that stuff main johnny was Johnny. noni which you guys don't really have to see, but there were people that were just like. Helping in so many ways we a really good friendship and you know. He was definitely somebody out of the guys that was in my corner, so I. Didn't. WanNa go up against it? You know so. That's the only person but anybody else you know I don't give I. Honestly don't care how they portrayed. I was willing to go up against any other guy, but I just didn't want to be here. And KAYLA WANNA, go home because we were wondering like how to Noni manage when she was in charge like she had the power, and lost both her allies in government done before there was another for arrangement there that we didn't see on TV like listen. We both have to kind of go home. Fix things with our boyfriends. I don't want to talk about. There was formerly. There was something I don't WanNa. Talk about that, but yeah, that's. That's. That's good, that's. That theory everybody can take that. Do what they want with. That basically didn't watch something was. I'm defending non in that situation ninety the not botch it and it sucks that she it was. It was edited that way, but she did not botch it. I think that you know. The girls were checked out that I think the game got Saddam. They had a lot going on outside and I. Don't blame them. 'cause with the pressure of the game and their personal life. That's that was breaking them down, but you know I think that Yeah Noni got. Got Screwed with that. Edit for sure I. Pending a little bit. You were just talking to you about wes and how much respect you have for his game, obviously great relationship with bananas as a really close friend of yours. We've been trying to gauge from people. Like who do you think is the all-time ultimate player from the challenge? Either somebody has played with or against just watched trough I do so many man. There's I mean you can talk about like. And the ones that I've played with you know like. Great at the game. I feel like he's like the dad of the house like we all go to him and like you know I don't think anybody ever wants to target him. Bill Gates Him. He wouldn't have been pretty set if you didn't jump in so early into that elimination, but I think for me friendship. Wise just you know. See how. They played a game I. Think Jordan, Tori are. Amazing like on A. Level socially politically they're. Good and and just physically Mandera some of the best to compete in the game. They Jordan has proven that. Tori has proven to speak on that but dumb. Just seemed on how they play. They're really good at the game, and of course, Johnny and West. Just you know I. This is the thing in my mind when I go in. It's like if you're not working with your against me and I. Know that was never his quarter like he's never never going to be. In this quarter, we clash game I don't think that's going to happen. Trust. That I learned my lesson. I'm just not a number in his side. And that's you know it's scary and I see the way that he. He's just really good at the game, so I respect to him to think. Dole four from me playing with them and seeing how they play I think. They're definitely some of the best ever do it. Why around you know? You had maybe the most iconic elimination remember with the universe, Jordan like. Can we go back there for a second like? Over an hour. That's what I was going to ask. Because it was editor at this point, you guys were soaked in salt. Our Dude. That's when I realized like this. Kid has so much. I was a key conclude you saw in that. In, that our was probably like an I think that Scott our producer told me I think like an hour, twenty or something like that. It was getting close to our thirty. She said that they thought that I was GONNA. Win The first one. The second round can just gas me, I do two hundred and forty six. One like. I was on this little platform. He was outsmarted me and gas, and that edit I mean. He. He's proven just with that element, nation and other. It's GonNa be me, but I is good man and I..

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"sixty" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"sixty" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

"Relation. Charlie. Physical preparation for that the way you like sallied up to your computer to say that. It was. I mean I knew it was bad actually I guess I was Gonna I was GONNA compared to the Cleveland Browns joke, but then I earnestly thought that was going to be a good joke and immediately lost confidence, but yeah I just figured out though that in there in honor of Greg. Cody it's all good. You guys mentioned it before date. Each knocked out every single hole so. So. We're these things like laying down underneath the holes. You had to dig around and find because they. They were there like they both got them all. They just didn't find them. Somehow something that Johnny said in his first interview, all the just going out and he was like this is going to be about being thorough because he kicked out the first one in us like. Oh. This is like a sort of a deeper crevice behind the drywall than intimating, so was it really just showing? Go type type of deal. I love the Hoodie I I wish I actually I was watching the time I was watching on delay and I was watching the episode and see how much was left and I was hoping Cleland. Figure there's going to be a big back in for Johnny and and West and. It is pretty cool especially talking to Johnnie last week about this very thing talking about ct and just thinking about challenge legacy at a stage where you're like almost forty and you probably don't have that many left. It was so cool to see that it was so cool to see them like both recognize that they had a moment. That's going to be like conifer the show forever. That's Kobe Lebron finals. We never got yeah. One of my favorite parts, though is Tj. Call Johnny, bananas a legend, and they just flashed to corey giving the biggest Iro. By the way I made a mental note of this TJ is such a great hosted and not your typical reality competition show hosts where TJ introduces them right, and he's like all right. Let's get it done. Awesome and it's like TJ the Anti Geoff. Zach opposite. Every time when he was doing tributes. He'd do like the lavish. Absolutely maniacal the teas they.

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"sixty" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"sixty" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

"This time however is surrounded by his friends who certainly have talks? Nelson Cory Cory trolling him into going into the elimination against. Johnny Bananas for. Boys. History. To them together this episode like they were just joyful buddies, and just help to them. Talking to what's name happy together is tiktok. Boys that are public nickname yet, or is that yet? Another nickname that we need to put our stamp on and make public. That's Charlie Kravitz nickname. I haven't embarrassing admission and we're ten episodes in. I didn't realize that the tribunal was not part of the public nominations until this episode which I shouldn't say like I. Don't know if you noticed. They had to go and told West everything that went on in the house. Nominations because the tribunal doesn't take part of that they. Thought. I was stupid because I wrote that in my notes said, why wasn't West at the roundtable? And then as you guys were talking I figured I missed something, and it was after the fact that he was sick or something so I didn't realize that either I. Don't think that's. Perfectly speaking of those nominations we can move to the elimination of self where we saw a drywall with multiple squares a Johnny Bananas. Classic who is defeated, maybe the goat Jordan wisely in a very similar challenge where Jordan volunteered himself to bananas. Bananas said he brought the Thunder. So this time West sees that elimination, and he goes down face off against his good buddy. It's a challenge or you have to break Kohl's in this drywall and find three batteries to charge your station and. In this one because they're both pre climbing in equal athletically, but it's just about sort of who can find these batteries in the whole time and. Johnny pulls out on top wins which leads to one of my favorite moments. The, Friendship Montage. Question before we talk about Hoodie. Monetize has any of you. Three gentlemen ever punched a hole through drywall. Charlie hume sure has hundred percent humis. Okay, Great! Volunteer. Your correct I happen to draw yeah. Nichols her watching that elimination challenges that well. So. Did you feel watching them? Punch holes through thirty different pieces of Giwa that's going to start to hurt. You want the drywall especially, as is often the case. You maybe had a few drinks. then. But if you saw. They were wearing like almost miniature boxing gloves. They're also wearing what looked to be like. Construction boots that I assume are steel toed boots, but security. What y'all thought about their strategy on that? Because initially I thought well West was outlining to create a ladder almost exactly like what you're talking about. Kravitz with the Elimination Pitted Bananas Against. Jordan, but to create a ladder, and then over I guess the one thing it kind of goes along with what you're. You're thinking Elizabeth I thought that could have done more of is rather than punching kicking. Because you can probably get through there more quickly than your hands to just pull the drought always can see whether or not the batteries in there, but ultimately been kicked out every single square. Right I think that's Tj at the end that kneeing the wall was really affected by Johnny, but yeah, that's what I was talking about. How the karate kick Johnny Fluid and. I kick. Sheldon. That has injury written all over it and immediately ending. Injury your leg, somehow a break your foot Johnny Bananas Out for two seasons tornadoes from kicking through drywall. Charlie WanNA pretty bad joke. So Johnny Bananas Got Those Three Batteries Right. Brought the lightning A That was horrible. Relation. Charlie. Physical preparation for that the way you like sallied up to your computer to say that. It was..

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"sixty" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"sixty" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

"Say by the friends. And that's honestly how I ended up. Guys like so mad at him for the best messed up by team didn't think I was GONNA come back after Christmas, but I'm not very good at like quitting on things so I just kind of went with it now obviously like. Well if we're talking tiny, todd and you've gotta follow on Instagram. She got over a quarter. Million followers trick shots really impressive. She's inspiring Al Pga Golfer, but she's a trick shot artist right now. She's all by Rickie. Fowler, that's that's pretty cool. who was the coolest person that's reached out to like professional offer? Anybody that's been with your shots reached out. Like follows because I have I have a couple. Could that follow me? Probably, The coolest! Notice, because often people own you until someone messages you'd like. Hey, you're followed by this person right after like a rod as my top like wow! I was actually out with a friend and she. She hasn't Brandon Company for a lot of the major league baseball players. She's also wife of David Del but we're just talking. When Dan of is the first night I met him at her, and she's talking about baseball, players and stuff and then as I. Oh my God superstar! Arrow followed me and she's not yet. He just misses me about you right now, so you're with your with wile. We out. I was like super high about that. So, he's probably a colon now. I've noticed that recently. Because of everything going on with the world, a lot of these trick shots have been inside now. You've done like if I scroll further back in your grammy done mostly outside, but I'm wondering the most damage. You've done inside a house attempting a trick shot awhile. I've nothing Oh wow. I like people are like Oh. Yeah, but you us both when I practice, juggling or something I use novels. Sometimes test myself in hotel rooms when I'm going to win after shows a live show or something. Rarely Limited area nominee as the whole way from the door, zero room, and then I'll try do trick shots because I try test control like to be able to do stuff and not have to take it because I felt like when you're jumping around every. Like you. Haven't I haven't been anything literally nothing, and so, what's the rule on how many times we're trying these because you put them out on the Internet and it's the first try. I'm going to assume that a lot of these tricks take a lot of time to get. Have you ever gotten one on the first dry? And what is the most you've ever attempted to trick? Okay sorry about. Give it a little trade secret. I just actually read in an article that you spend hours on. Some of these scientists assumed that. Differently tricks the hottest because you just. up and keep it in a cup How ended up at the Rim of like? I always joke with friends like cup. Tricks will be the death of me. 'cause sometimes just shading. That is so funny to you. Bring up Honor to have you with driver. You're bouncing up and then you get it into the cup and the look on your face when you get it in. Like was this moment of like? Thank you! Every time I have people message me to send stuff like my favorite part by reaction I'm like yeah. I gotTa work on that. 'cause like my reaction is very very real because I. Am I also. Going to be here all day. Why. Ask you if you're more like proud and relieve that you finished the because the reactions are great at actually like it, because it's very real as opposed to like you see some like the basketball trick shots that they do, and then they do it and they walk away like Ah, no big deal and it's like you've been doing this for hours. Without completing that trick shot. Yeah, it's legit like I. I mean cut tricks just really hot. Out If, they tried to get it, but that's not by just go in the water and say it's like such a satisfying we're..

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"sixty" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"sixty" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

"Do you just not give a shit like are you really just like the same as the Kardashian social media and it's all just sort of to get play and now I've got a question and like I don't know that I would go back in question the first couple of albums. Let's be real. The first couple of albums is great as they are. They have a lot more filler than the later stop. Oh it gets much better as he gets older and when Mike Dean comes around it really changes right so it's all in question interesting conversation. I'm sorry to be hard on Kanye. It's it's all good. We'll let you go on this dude. Thank you again for joining us. On the mystery create cove nineteen when you think of the way that music has changed where the money is. Not In the album's the money is not in streaming. The money is on tours. The money is going to concerts. The money is gathering people to listen to your stuff. Now that we're in this age of social distancing of the new normal of we can't congregate and all these different things go into the future until vaccines found that even then who knows what's going to happen as we sports to. How is the future of hip hop GonNa be made now that concerts are gonna be may be obsolete like? How does that work? I actually think the biggest example we got was the bounty killer beanie man verses on you know as for people who don't know that these battles been happening Timberland and up till now up till this weekend to me. I was like this. I love them but I didn't see a model that made sense but with beanie and bounty in the same room with the sound perfect. Yeah where they were running the sound properly. I was Oh people would pay for this ship. people would pay for this shit. They had four hundred some thousand people in that room. If they were charging nineteen ninety nine they would not have had four hundred thousand people in that room but they would've had fifty thousand people narrow and that's a shitload load of money so I think we will see the cross pollination between social media and live performances coming together in concert concerts are things that you have small parties at home to watch on television. Wow and I think there'll be a shitload of money in it and frankly I would enjoy it more than going to a concert. I I would love having a party with fifteen people and we know the time ever drinks and you plug in your stereo system and it's like intimate and looks awesome and you. I'm not saying it would satisfy the exact same thing and I'd be happy with it forever but for a run for a couple years. Yeah I think it would work. That's crazy that's and it goes to show you like the sound. Quality needs to be right because remember with risen. Primo was like Rizza. Couldn't get a sound right and it just didn't it didn't flow as naturally as it could and then being inbounding was like. Oh Shit like this is. This is incredible and by the way all the main thing that took was then being in the same room because there are these. They're pretty simple. Setups that you can buy to make your shit sound flawless Hard basically one box you run into and then run out of and plug it in. Just good so the fact that they were together made it very easy and they had to. Dj's there were able to set it up properly though every battle. I wonder I'm like where's your DJ friend. Who's just like let me? Can you up man like I would have if I was there. Any of them are GONNA guys this trust whenever I have my own stupid little lives in my Dj Room. Probably have on a little bit today. All I do is but my phone near the speaker. It sounds like you don't need to do that much. It's not a very strange. Oh man he's Peter Rosenberg again catch on Hebron the morning catch on the Michael Kay show catch up on cheap e W W network a FC whenever you guys get around to doing that just everywhere openly accurate what else do we have a L. relayed on Sunday nights. Yeah you're hitting a lot if you're listening to the Sunday night show. I've been uploaded recently on my mixed cloud page Rosenberg radio. So if you want to hear the new underground ship that I'm playing you can catch that on my makes loud. I post a lot of it. I'll post artists and stuff on my instagram stories. As at Rosenberg radio as well but Thanks for making time do is a phone conversation dude absolutely appreciate you making time? Man shares a huge show. Thanks to Peter Rosenberg for hooking it up and talking with your boy. I think that was a really interesting. Look into his journey into what's going on hip hop right now and again. This is a menu item. 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"sixty" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

08:24 min | 1 year ago

"sixty" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

"I can listen from top to bottom and it just flows like a masterpiece. Yeah no easy. And that. And that's the spacey should be. I mean if he's stumbled on a hit one day which I think possible. Then he will but he doesn't need to because he gets his money other places you know. Bronson's of master guest. He will always have a way to promote what he's doing because he's such a good guest on shows like who doesn't WanNa talk to Bronson. He can literally do. Martha Stewart or ESPN shows or hip hop shows. He can do anything and be engaging an awesome so he'll always have that opportunity but honestly if forty had gotten drake on acting crazy. History is different. And when I heard acting crazy I was like to have to put drake on the remix. They Ha this would be so high that it's actually my issue. I have with drake. I feel that drake fixes spots where he wants to do things with people but a lot of times. There's a spot where he could change someone's career completely and he lays out and to me he should have been on acting crazy. Because it's a drink record is a drake record that Bronson did and it really if drake popped in on bursts to all my it would have been noticed. Shut down everything it would have shut. It would have been incredible but it's still a great so I love that record. We listen to stuff just as creatures of habit like listen acting crazy a couple of times a week just to heerden thousand pick different different different tracks from just like I need to hear it know choreographer all those getting to drink liquid. Why is it? I don't know if you have the answer. Why is it that everything he touches? Is Gold everything in some ways? It's just obvious 'cause he's great. He and his catchy and his songs are just good. And then there's another level to it. That's like hard to even quite bit. You're out although I will say. It's very interesting to gauge. Whether his current record is a hit You know he hasn't had a miss. No one's had a record by drake. Just his record of success is I'm not saying in terms of quality. We are you quality all day. I still argue that drake is still missing quote unquote classic album. And I know they're other people feel that take care of the classic and I'm too old or it may be so not a classic right there close either way the success. It's an arguable. No one's had a run like this on Tom. Certainly in hip hop on argue. No one's had a run like this on top period in any genre. I'd I'd have to go look. I'd have to go open up the Beatles catalogue and look at the years to see because your gut goes well. The Beatles sure but the Beatles are completely over by the mid seventies so I'd be curious to look on the time line and even see what the Beatles or like you know. Stevie is run on top like yes. He was little stevie wonder but then his real run as a credible adult artist. You're talking about from the mid late sixties to early eighties. Always now Michael Jackson's run if you include the Jackson Five. That's an unbelievably. I mean Michael had success over forty years. We just incredible but drake is in a conversation with artists. Like that like the back. I had to go. Let me look the Beatles exit fact that you have to go there to make comparisons because you can't do it. Nip while people's runs have been `as long none have been as consistent you know. Hove has had an incredibly long run. He was never as consistently dominating the hip hop sound as drake was he would go in and out and go away for a few years and come back and drake now since he came out. You're talking about a full decade ten straight years of number one and sensory. So now listen I guess to be. I guess I'm exaggerating for him to get to the true level of guys. We just mentioned he'd have to do it for another five or six years before you could really say that but the thing is I don't have any evidence he's ever going to break so until I see it and that's why I said this most recent albums interesting to gauge. Because like you would think Tuesday slot would be the biggest record in the world. It doesn't feel like it is but no one's partying really so I can't quite tell what's right and he's talking about coming up with another studio album coming up this summer. So are we going to see something there? That could be that next the pinnacle that he's trying to reach a masterful album because when they look at the asked and he has to end when you look across his peers when you talk about greatness there's guys that have made masterful albums like for me. Kanye. West's my beautiful dark twisted fantasy. I think to me is his magnum opus. Like I don't know if there's another record that just top to bottom as as perfect as not one yet. When you look at Drake you say okay. Take care maybe nothing was the same okay Scorpion was kind of a throwaway. He just doesn't have that yet. Conde you could argue. He has three just absolute masterpieces. Right like I- My beautiful dependencies. My favorite one. I say but I could be in a mood and argue. Graduation is like right there in the in the same breath even eight. It's is incredible and you're like the time we're like what is this now. You look back and you go. Oh my God almost every song. Yeah Yeah and then Yeezus is not perfect but parts of it are awesome and then Life of Pablo is ridiculous. Like it it's now it's best moments are just ridiculous like it has a stretch. Where you're this is perfect then. His most recent records in a period. I straight up. Don't like him don't want to hear from him. Don't find you interesting. Thank your stupid at this point and don't make sense shot the up. I still love the records. I I still think they're like I still think. Yea has a bunch of great shit on it. And even the last record while I find his rapping to be trite and stupid musically on the Gospel Record. There are a handful of songs that are beautiful and incredible so like he is put himself in a category. That's incredibly challenging. And if he didn't shoot himself in the foot so bad he is damaging his legacy long-term. There's no doubt in my mind that we will if he doesn't turn it around. At some point we will not talk about him in quite the same terms we should. It's crazy drake doesn't have a beautiful dark twisted fantasy that he has a lot know that he doesn't and just to touch with. Jesus King like the Gospel sounds and it goes to show you just how how much musical genius Connie is where he can take those samples and take basically acquire. Just have them do that and sound the weight like sonically. I think that album is beautiful. Listen to the music like the the Old Southern Gospel Choir. All that stuff is just incredible. Munc- and it is true like he's got so many just like hits. Hits hits hits on albums that even when he misses it still sounds good and I think that's the question on the story. Alternately gets written on Con- like this which is what does he actually do on those records. I think it's all up for major debate and I think one day we will need you dig in and by the way. We wouldn't have done this if he was an asshole. But since you are being an asshole now you're GonNa make me really question. Have you been doing it or are these Mike Deniau? Ooh because a lot of people feel that Kanye over the last decade or so goes into album owed steals from the other talented people around them takes their. Sounds whether it's drake whether it's chance whether it's big Sean whether it's kid cutty whether it's Mike Dean socks all the creative juice out of them takes that juice and adds it to what he does in all of a sudden gets magic and like I said I don't think people would question but now is other decisions make you question his moral fabric and now that unquestioning your moral fabric now. Are you ripping people off too? Because once I saw you go up to the White House do everything you did and say all the Dumb Shit you've said repeatedly now.

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"sixty" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"sixty" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

"Oh I mean the videos up there so you can find the video on youtube and it's ridiculous. I don't really know what I'd do it but I was freaking for everybody. So there was there was I was freaking to meet. Angie like I interviewed Angie Yeahs Info. I'm eating Info Angie Martinez in under new CO worker. Like it's ridiculous old finished ridiculous. I interviewed Ross and Ti. And I'm sure the locks and babb and every summer jam at that point still backstage was nuts meaning like there were just tons of people everywhere. They've really locked down. It's not quite the same anymore. At that point. It was still like when you're standing in the hallway you to see a mob of people walking in and then you're like who's in the middle of mob or shit that so it's so it was just it was just wild and I was just you know going up to people and shooting my shot with each one and and they didn't no one was introducing me I just had the MIC flag and was like I'm so and so it was amazing. It was amazing. I think that night was my first show on the air so I got thrown right into it and it took a little while to really believe that I was on the air doing the show. It was it was pretty. My blood know. There's only a few people that have this affliction and I feel like in radio in media. A lot of us have this like innate insecurity about ourselves for some reason or another right. We can go on and talk to you know like you do on. Michael Cash where you talk to eighteen million New Yorkers about whatever yet you go out and say man I sucked asset segment. I was horrible. That segment and we have this built in insecurity about ourselves. When did you overcome that? Like being in being at hot ninety seven doing your show like meeting all these people and saying everybody here is so much better than I am like. What am I doing here how my June is like? How did you break through that? So my insecurity manifests itself differently. I never have that part. I think I'm better than everyone. I really do when it comes to radio. I really think I'm as good as it gets. And until like you know with Barry there are exceptions like there are people out here and I'm like that person that stuff now like there are people with certain skill sets that I don't have an I will be like. Wow I can't do that When we interview Bob Costas The way. Kostas talks the ability to have every word being meaningful. You're like I just WANNA listen to you talk. All Day I waste so many words like I blurted ramble. And I'm not there yet. Colin cowherd not not a fan of him view is all his ability to seize and keep people around. It's ridiculous like I'm a radio guy and he has gotten me to stay in my car that I wanted to with. This mother says that's what it is. I just WanNa hear yet exactly Charlemagne. I literally hate his guts as a human being and his ability to create a moment to be like. I'm going to make something happen here. And he sees it from before he does it. I don't know that it's something I would want to do. But I admire the ability to be able to do it and I can't do it so like and I say hated strong. I don't like so I'm able to see certain things people do and be like. I don't have that skill I would like to have that or I don't think we'll ever have that but my insecurity is like it's more about acceptance like it's a really basic like. I said it's you over our text like my insecurity comes out on like why is a laboratory. Never have that is. I'm literally the most outspoken in the entire company just like fighting constantly the same sort of fights but on the New York Airways and I'm like I and he loves people he has random rappers who had two songs on telling their stories. I'm like nominee better stories. I haven't called me to be on your show so it's more things like that like I'll I'll see things within the company and I'll be like actually get that opportunity. Why not me? Why does own so get that spot? Not Me and over the last two years. I've learned to see why that's faulty. And I'm not saying the feeling doesn't exist because it does but I really tried to get better at not feeling that insecurity just being really happy with the work that I do So yeah for me. It's less about performance insecurity and more about acceptance of insecurity. That's what we all are insecure that offer that is a I mean. I have never met one broadcaster. Who is not insecure? I mean like I said cost this is a very rare example apiece. Says he doesn't care what you say about him. He doesn't even look at it. He doesn't up for the most part. You know from Michael K to Ebro to every big broadcaster. I've ever been around. Even though they're very confident and a lot of ways I know all of security I can say all of them and I can certainly see mine very very clearly. And that's such an interesting point because as you said you see so many different people. And they've attained such stardom in that field and yet are people that are insecure. Like you said I think the best but why not this. Or they're like I'm not that good you're right and then you just like you know you've got twenty five million dollars this year. What do you mean? You're not good so that that part is really interesting to me. That the psyche of the broadcaster. Because somebody like you. The toes in both sports in hip hop has the avenue to see so much more. I think than somebody that is an by the way. Wwe To you do all these different things. How do you not spread yourself on this? Like is it work ethic is it desire is just like I want to do this. I'm going into it. I mean I have myself in in some ways. It depends like life wise. I haven't spread myself thin. I have at times. I'm currently very grounded everywhere..

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"sixty" Discussed on Climate 2020

Climate 2020

09:53 min | 1 year ago

"sixty" Discussed on Climate 2020

"Hey Jeff we're going to talk to a felony motto Mildenberger. Now he's He's a professor at the University of California at Santa Barbara. And you know he's he's an interesting guy. He's got a lot to say about about candidates and where they stand on climate change. He's a political scientist. He also has a really interesting new. Study out about solar panels else and whether Republicans or Democrats are more likely to have solar panels on their homes and and his findings are are pretty interesting. You looked at at people who have installed solar panels in their homes to see if it makes any difference in terms of their political behavior. Whether or not they have solar solar panels on the roof that right exactly. That's right so one way to think about this is we're able to answer the question. Imagine that you you find yourself in some some neighborhood any random neighborhood in the United States and you're standing in front of a house that has some solar panels on it. What can you know about the ideology about the political behavior of the people who actually live in that house? What we find is really interesting? We find that there is no real partisan gap we find that Democrats and Republicans are equally likely to be installing solar panels on their homes overall across the entire country. There are a few more Democrats than Republicans who have solar but that's entirely function of the fact that solar solar is concentrated in states and locations. That have more Democrats living in them like California but within a neighborhood knowing if someone is Republican or Democrat. Crat doesn't actually tell you anything about whether they have solar not. Okay so what does it tell you. What does it tell you about their behavior if they do have a solar whether Republican or Democrat if they have solar panels on the roof roof? It tells you that they're much more likely to participate in. This is true in both the Democratic and Republican primaries as well as in general elections so we find that that households with solar panels are about ten percentage points more likely to be active political participants in elections which is a really substantial angel gap and while part of that gap can be explained by a household level demographics for instance household income. We can't explain plane all of that variation chest by these demographics and so it really does seem like the types of people who are politically active are also the types of people adopting solar and that it suggests that there is a late into a coalition of Republicans and Democrats across the country. That are already out there who who might be mobilized level is to protect the clean energy wins. That have already happened or could support a sort of a deepening of the energy transition. Just to be clear. You're not saying that the act of putting a solar solar panel on your roof makes you more likely to be politically active. You're saying that whatever it is the causes people to be politically active also Inclines them to to put solar panels on the roof is that is that right. Yeah I mean the the study that we did right now. Chest tells us that there's a close association between the two behaviors. We're going to do some follow. Follow up work right now to understand if in how the act of adopting solar may be shifting your opinions and your preferences and your attitudes over time and so I. I think that's a really interesting question that our research raises and that sort of the next step mayor Pete. We understand is surging in the in the Iowa. Polls how how would you compare his climate plan to the plans. That other candidates have put forward. It has some important differences in approach approach and to for instance the Sanders or Warren plans. But it also has a few interesting strength that Buddha judge plans really leans into that some of the other plans are more vague about it. So I think there's a few ways to contrast them so unlike the green new you deal Plans that both Sanders and Warren have really promoted that have a strong focus. On linking the problems of inequality inequality with climate reforms mayor. Buddha judge has a climate plan that is very focused on the climate crisis as a standalone issue. You and is not trying to make links between climate reforms and other types of social and economic policy making. I think that there's a lot of things that are really interesting about it. I think it has a reasonably ambitious energy. Target renewable energy target with this interim target for twenty twenty-five it has one of the more developed plans to really think creatively about what technologies we need to invest in to innovate. You know this is a plan that talks about technology. Direct air capture to actually remove carbon from the atmosphere which is quite necessary. This is also a plan that has a fully realized carbon price in it It's a proposed as a carbon price and dividend policy where Americans will receive the revenues from a carbon price back as rebates. But here's my question for you. How in the world at a time? When the Democratic voters are saying more and more more more climate change does Mir p differentiate himself from the rest of the field when his plants are considerably smaller at least dollar wise than the rest of the field? I guess I think that his plan is quite ambitious and a bunch of dimensions. I think that where where it lags behind. Some of the other candidates is it doesn't appear to have as much money for deployment. It doesn't imagine the same degree of wide-scale spending and investment in decarbonisation. And I think that that type of really aggressive spending and really aggressive government investment other candidates have argued is critical if we're going to meet the climate science targets that we need to meet and so I think that as Buddha judge rises in the polls. He's going to need to do more to communicate how his plan is responding to the scale of the climate crisis and really offering bring a solution to the climate problem that that meets the climate science where it is and provide a credible pathway to keep the global climate stable. But I do think that there's lots of interesting components that the plan and it's a serious plan. It's a window dressing plan that we've seen from from some of the other candidates and you know. I thought for a while though that the difference among the candidates on climate change isn't so much the the specific details they put in their plants but the priority that the assigned to the issue. So that you know the question in my mind has been which of these candidates is going to make climate front and center issue if he or she is elected in November twenty twenty. I think it's a really good question. And I think Eh to answer the question we also have to think about who has a realistic and practical plan for how to actually pass the type of legislation and regulations. That are GONNA be necessary. I'm having a great plan. Is One thing and another thing is who actually has the strategy necessary in the tactics necessary to to get something done. I actually put a lot of stock in who is willing to embrace a phase out of the filibuster. I think that that's not who else. Yeah well among the major ones Warren Also Montana Governor Steve Bullock is willing to do it and of the of the major candidates most are hedging or saying they'll explore it it certainly mayor. Buddha judge said that he'd be open up into thinking about it sanders has been surprisingly resistant to the idea for reasons that I don't entirely understand but I think that to pass a major climate reform package in the Senate will almost certainly require removing the filibuster. I don't think they're sixty votes. I think there could be fifty one votes and to me. That is the the first the first thing I look at in terms of. Who's being serious and who might actually get something done? That's really fascinating stuff. Professor really appreciate your coming on and discussing your work with us. My pleasure climate twenty twenty is produced in association with a year's project and his Co created by boomer division of John Marshall Media Funding provided by Excellent Company beneath believes that confronting climate change is essential to maintaining the strength and prosperity of the cities. 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"sixty" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

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"sixty" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"We had another segment that I'm going to choose to withhold, but I am going to tease it. Oh, the OT's the old tease Reno that we will get to you on the next RVP on our BP sixty four the segment. If you have heard Rb p sixty two, where I trashed, the musical cats. Is John Duda my friend Jon Dudas rebuttal to everything that I said his rebuttal came in the form of a voicemail, but turns out there's a time limit on our voicemail and you can only go for two minutes. So do to left three voicemails. Oh my gosh. That's if you do three times to carry the one that's six minutes of him defending the musical cats. So when Arbi sixty five, four, four, I will play Dudas three calls in address his rebuttal to what I find to be the most despicable piece of musical entertainment ever created. I wanna fight Mr. Moustapha lease that being said you that look forward to as far as I be sixty three goes, you've reached the segment of the show where you are now legally bound in obligated to subscribe rate and review. Go onto apple podcasts. Type in the Rose Bowl in podcast, hit the subscribe button gives a rating really quick and then take twenty thirty seconds to write a review. It's quick. It's easy. And then you were released from your legal obligation. Once you have done this means a lot to us at the show, we it it. It's a great way to help us grow your also legally obligated. This is your only other legal obligation as a member of the gang to one friend, family member co worker neighbor, somebody you think might enjoy the Rose Bowl and podcast about the show this week, pick one person next week, pick one person. Gotta tell somebody every week until the day you die. And that's the reason we created those invitations which you can find on our Instagram by swiping up in the story and on Twitter, we tweet it out the dropbox link that gives you access..

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