25 Burst results for "Spor"
Unusual Perennials With Far Reaches Farm
"I'm kind of overwhelmed at the possibilities that you have in your list But i did see one sort of like theme ish thing that really caught my eye and recently my friend can drew's and i were talking on the show about some favorite of our early native spring. Perennials were both eastern gardeners. And we both love things with surveys. Arching stems like solomon's seal and such and you have a lot of things like that i think and i don't know if that's intentional. Or if you're obsessed with that too but can we talk about some of them like the polygon items and my anthem and you've you larrea. I die spor homes and whatever. I saw a lot of these things. Tell me about plants that look like that. Let's talk about that. Yeah yeah yeah all of those that whole kind of group. I mean they're like the disarms are now you know been separated out from the into a different family than Pulling games or solomon sales but but we kinda regard them as the sort of fulfilling the same function in the garden. They have the same visual Impact and appeal really and And we're just we are just smitten by them and and and for good reason. There's fear other things that Offer that In the shade garden Solomon's seals in particular Have there's there's over. Eighty species of solomon seals and within each species and their diversity is incredible. I mean it goes from the arctic circle down to tropical rainforest in vietnam and they can be. We've actually pitched a tent on flicking them hooker. I at thirteen thousand feet in eastern bhutan and that only gets an inch or two high in that really short alpine turf whereas We've got political. Tim did in our shade garden. And it's not done reaching its full mature size and we've been as tall as fifteen feet so that's pretty awesome. Thank goodness textiles for them and it said you have thirty one. Different polygamy items. And i was like and then you had an article on the website. I'll give a link with the transcript to it about one that i think it's cinemas The species is king knee. Ainum or juan neum or something It's like a twelve footer. With orange flowers that was surprising. Yeah that's really really nice thing. It's one that had been the had been regarded as a flagging kingham. It's it's distinct in that it has leaves. That are different than what we would see on on on the east coast for example Heard the leaves are kind of following this stem and their little alternate sort of things like every other step stepped up. The leaves up the stem but in keenum who aim vietnam again Their what's called a tesla arrangement of lease or their little like spokes on a wheel in quarrels ranked up the stem. And that's that's very distinctive right. Can you ain't them You know crashing. You know if it gets like ten twelve or even like in vietnam and fifteen feet. How do you. How do you keep those upright. And they've got a clever little adaptation not the end of each leaf tip at hooks into a little hook and it will actually hold onto surrounding branchless and of shrubs and so we have going up through having going up to really thin twigged shabby dogwoods and that can kind of self trellis themselves that way.
Should You Give 'Four O'Clock's' a Try?
"Four o'clock You the list doesn't state that they're not invasive they don't have it in an invasive or noninvasive type be aware because if you get floor klux four o'clock to grow properly the next year they'll girl improperly in another and they're they're beautiful they are again quite fragrant Later i'm going to call them. Pastel colors Oh ballpark of me high. I think in real good soil. Maybe something taller the net but They're they're old fashioned plant. And then we go to lurk. Spor- i was i am supposed to the horticulture and when i wasn't paying any attention in class apparently i did not pay any attention to the nearest lark spor- and delfina them and one of my older clients Very specifically we were. We were building a new old type of print garden for her in a smaller plot and she wanted some four looking at the role. Plays lark spurs. Well okay. i went into the garden center. And i grabbed up. What were keenum's. Oh my did i get some instruction young man. You're supposed to know. Well yes and on it went. She forgave me later. Because we found some expert in a cpac we didn't find any actually growing. But they're they're going to be knee to Mid thigh high again on the delicate not quite pastel colors but light lake hughes of whatever it might be and very very fuzzy texture. If you will. I don't think anyone leaf part is more than a sixteenth of an inch wide.
The Lifelong Gardener, Toni Gattone
"I'd love to start by having you tell listeners exactly like where you are in your garden life and practice what it looks like right now, your relationship to plants, oh? Golly. Well, you know like you I have my gardens never looked better. Because I'm home. I'm I'm not going out and so all the weeds are gone and we live in a very small piece of property in. Marin. County in the town of Lark spor-. and. We have to elevated raise beds we have about. Thirty. Containers. And Vertical Gardens. And they are all chock full. Of veggies and fruits. I've got a aspired apple tree was six different kinds of apples, which is very when you have a really tiny yard blueberries that are, oh my gosh. That's like the fifth year of of their life in containers and a we have more blueberries this year than we've ever ever had. So and I got of course I've got roses and ornamental season But I have to say the roses have become the bane of my existence in the garden because I'm always fighting black spun. what are you GonNa do it you need to hear you either GonNa live with it or you're going to pull them out. Right and I did I I did decrease them only got five rose bushes now. And they better behaved here. That's all I can say that's what I on when I go. Okay. You gave and where you are in Marin what what does own would that be sixteen, sixteen seventeen okay. All right. So you are you are cooler by quite a bit than than me and warmer in the winter and interesting I. I love the idea of the blueberries in containers, and of course, the vertical gardening and the raised bed gardening in the container gardening is all going to be part of what we're talking about. Give us though I wanNA. Go back a little bit because I think you have a really great gardening of history and story yourself that brought you to this love, and then the work that you're doing with this love, will you take us back to the people and places and plants that grew you into a garden and plant loving person Tony Well, I think the the great inspiration stare into my grandfather's backyard in Chicago. He was an amazing gardener I mean you could. You could eat it seemed like each blade of grass in his backyard was was healthy and. Vibrant. His roses I never saw any sign of disease anywhere and he had a very small but jury productive Vegetable Garden and I I always saw the joy that was on his face when he was sharing with us the flowers in the fruits of his Labor. And continued with my mom and my mom, and I had a beautiful. Relationship, we were like two old shoes we used to say. she she was very supportive of me and whatever I felt like I needed to do. It was like, okay great. You know one of the the pivotal moments in my life was the Loma. PRIETA earthquake. Because that year my father passed away and then when the earthquake happened. My Foundation was shaken to the core. Yeah. What year was that Tony Eighty Nine and. I made up my mind when I finally got on the ferry to come home and I could see San Francisco inflames. And I said, I don't WanNa do this anymore. I don't WanNa work in downtown. San Francisco. And I applied for an equity line on my home, and soon as that goes proved I, quit my job in downtown San Francisco and I sat in my garden say now what? And my garden gave me of the inspiration to start a business in the garden industry. I didn't know what I was going to do but. Eventually, I found my way to find beautiful products that I loved and manufacturers that I wanted to represent and then slowly, but surely I added. To My company and I would find the products that good a garden shows and find the products and train them, and they would go out. We would all go out and sell the products to nurseries and gift stores and hardware stores all over California. And I loved it. I loved it was so much fun. but eventually I, I lost my my passion for that it took twenty eight years but. I walked away from that and twenty eighteen so that I could you know focus on being a speaker and author?
Conversation With Mountain West Commissioner Craig Thompson
"Delighted to welcome. To our program, a very important guests at this unbelievably strange time from the Mountain West Conference Commissioner Craig Thompson Commissioner thank you very very much for making the time I I, I can only imagine what your schedule is like. These days especially Zoom Bill Assuming there is one good afternoon. Paul good to be with you. You know I hope to mode no more about The next ninety minutes to two hours I have a four o'clock board calling five o'clock standing Monday de call, so we all compare notes and Kinda live by that old adage. God gave us two ears and one off for a reason, right? We're trying to learn from each other. Well we appreciate you making time I'm curious before we get down to some of the obvious questions Since, this occurred you. You've been very obviously active in in the NCAA, basketball tournament, having chaired the the men's basketball committee, and it all started there, and and I know in in your many many years is as commissioner. You've experienced so much but How do you? How do you prepare yourself for something like this? which is literally off the charts. Really is and you know again you don't because. no-one there might have been a few people worldwide They'd be well into their hundreds that were around nineteen eighteen. Spanish flu days, but For the most part, nobody's dealt with any of this Paul. So it's all new, and and it's It's disconcerting. It's hard. It's sad, but it's It's life and it's something we. We have to adjust to and and moved from. In as you get closer to what are really critical decisions, other conferences have made these choices many have not What what do you weigh as you're about to go onto? Another call here how how do you determine these things? Well, it's really got to beat a the safety and the health soccer you I think it's simply going to come down to what is the risk tolerance for for all the various groups just within our FBI subdivision and certainly there's. A rank and file and differences between the autonomous five leaks and a group of five leaks, but You've got you've got. A ton of governors. There's fifty state governors in that up BS group, one hundred thirty board of trustees, regions, one hundred thirty university presidents and Chancellors hundred thirty athletic directors under thirty head, football coaches, and I guarantee it dollar on the same page, and so you know we're. We're just trying to adjust on what makes the most sense for my university and ultimately our conferences. And everyone has a different set of circumstances as you said Commissioner Thompson but. It is late I think you know that we all we all know that. As you are about to go on these calls here in the next hour or two How do you start narrowing the window and coming to? Conclusions! Well we all kind of went into that false pretense and hope that fans should be better in July and August and we had time right back in March. We had four months to figure this out when we've got probably less than four weeks. A couple of weeks a big date coming up on Friday with you know the the six week period starting extended team practices, and then most camps opening somewhat in that August seventh time friend I! I had a good exchange with one of our head. Football coaches today saying you know I don't even know what to do. Because of campus regulations and concerns, we have one institution that's had nearly one hundred football players for little over a month. Now Paul and we have another institution that literally has no football players, conditioning of or working out degree, and so you know we're all over the map based on a local and university, muncipality rules and regulations and. I said this for months gone on standby. One of one of the big concerns and focal points for us is the state of California They just announced today that they're going to delay. The start of their prep season suggested until December or January didn't give an exacting, and they join a couple of states that the prep seasons have been canceled altogether one of our states New Mexico, so just just trying to deal with all the nuances and differences in rules, policies and allowances. As you as you try to deal with with some some issues before that certainly, the non-conference issues a lot of non conference. Games have been scrubbed. I. Has that been a major issue for you or Were you in reasonably good shape. Well it is a big issue, and of course years of all years. This is our twenty seven season A. We had more home games against PAC twelve than any time in our previous 21-year-history, we lost home games. Ucla at both. San Diego State ally. Utah, Colorado Washington state calendars on a state. They were GONNA play at the new two billion dollar NFL stadium in Las Vegas against UNLV so a lot of people like to point to that financial loss of losing the the six road at twelve games and a and a guarantee. Those seven home games from from both of financial interest level, and then ultimately you know television perspective CBS. Fox Aren't real thrilled. You know that we lost those seven home games. Talking to the Commissioner of the Mountain West Craig Thompson discussing all the variables. Commissioner. We. We've talked to so many different commissioners over these past few months, and as you as you so eloquently pointed out a minute ago. Everyone has a different set of circumstances and challenges you maybe more than than most because of the geographical aspect. But how do you think and it shouldn't be that hard to think about it since it's not far off? How how do you ultimately come up with what you would say? Good solution, not only for your member institutions, but for the safety of the athletes. Well again. You not to lean on your medical people and that's one of the. Major aspects of this board call coming up in an hour, so Paul because It's the first time that they in a while. They've heard directly from the the medical advisory group and you know they don't depend on them. You know they. They are the experts, will we? The board are economists and Then different walks of life. They're not medical people, per se, and so you know you really have to lean heavily on what makes sense I. I said four months ago and I I contend today. A lot of this is going to be perhaps probably triggered by what happens on our campuses. What they look like in the next month or so you know everybody's either hybrid mostly online You know there's GonNa. Be Certainly people walking around campus, but you know you. You really can't expect to have a college athletics if you don't have a fairly open in some degree. Campus. Commissioner I, it's no secret Wherever conferences are located and and and spread that football pays the majority of the bills there. There's some outliers of course but What's at stake you just from a revenue standpoint? Well you know. Let's all kinds of figures in I I know that A couple of our department said have lost Well in excess of ten million dollars now, and then could jump into without football alum Paul you know double and triple, and you know those are not insignificant numbers. They're smaller than the world. You live in I lived in Atlanta. For four years. New Orleans for twelve years both children born in New Orleans and well versed in an SEC football, and what it means in a walk of life, and so it's different, no question it's different I live in Colorado and and what it's like in Western states, but but none the less. You, do not escape whatever love your Ad. That football is probably that you know eighty eighty five percent of of an athletic budget, and and so it's so very important, but you know as harmful as painful rather as it is from the financial perspective now that cannot be the driving force won't be the driving force. It will be that the health and safety it'll be university decisions. You know I've always. Always felt. The presidents of universities and chances have an extremely difficult position now more so than ever because they're pushed him pulled in and all these different directions and you know I. Don't know how the decision will. Ultimately made would fall looks like from terms of football. I don't know who makes that decision, but Hopefully they'll be some clobbering collective. Let's let's go right to the College Football playoff. Can you even imagine a world where pick a number? Three conferences can play in the fall and seven up to play in the spring. What happens to see a p.? Is there a CFP? Does that make sense to have a CFP? I guess it might depend on those three conferences are and I use. You know you, you're GONNA have to look at this for for the good of everybody, and and you know the collaboration and collective exchange and we've seen conferences. Do things unilaterally I mean as a commissioner. You Work for twelve schools. You don't work for honored thirty FBI schools, and so you're doing what's right, and what's your membership is is directing and advise you to do, but we do have to get together and get the same page in some regards spor for the sake of the CFD for instance and the bowl system. I know at least I'm told in talking to your colleagues commissioners. We wind down. I know you've got a lot of meetings to that. You are a collaborative group. I mean that's a fact. I mean we see that all the time but it but I wonder though. Because we've already seen some some. Some schisms as we had the big ten, and then everyone else said something else I mean the PAC twelve and the big ten, and do you. Are you concerned about the stability of of what you do every day and try to work with everyone else within the framework of college athletics. I am and I'm not I mean again. We try to work together, but at the end of the day our plan for fourteen or ten members, order media have will dictate. What direction are leagues go and I know the NCAA takes a ton of shots, but the NCAA is membership driven. It's schools that are that are ultimately making decisions and the conferences the exact same way, so you know we can compare but I. I am concerned about The postseason college football, the the CFC's a five hundred million dollar enterprise NCAA. Basketball Championship is a six hundred million dollars in a prize number of conferences of two hundred and fifty to three hundred million dollar annual TV, contracts, and and we can't go ten I don't well. Yeah, anything's possible. You could go ten separate ways I. certainly don't think it's going to be that way at the end of the day. Commissioner will let you get back to your meetings, but thank you for making time. It was just a pleasure to to hear your perspective as someone who is so well respected. And revered in this industry we be well and let's hope for some good news. Stay safe yourself my friend.
Octavia E. Butler born - June 22, 1947
"June twenty, second, nineteen, forty seven. Science fiction author Octavia e Butler was born in Pasadena California. Butler addressed themes of gender sexuality and race through her speculative fiction over the course of her writing career. She received several awards, including the Hugo and Nebula awards. Butler's mother was a domestic worker in growing up Butler recognised racism and economic inequity that affected her family. By the time she was ten. She was already writing her own stories anti. She was interested in science, fiction, magazines and stories. As a young adult Butler pursuit pass besides writing and work temporary jobs, but she wrote when she wasn't working. Through the open door program at the writers guild. Butler was able to attend a class taught by science fiction author Harlan Ellison. He encouraged her to pursue writing further by attending clearing and science fiction writers workshop in Pennsylvania. Though Ellison had offered to publish one of her stories in an anthology. That anthology was never published. When she left Clarion, she began working on the novels that became part of the pattern EST series. The book in this series published by Doubleday. Nineteen, seventy six was patterned master in the book. telepathic people known as pattern EST are dominant over mute spor, non telepathic humans as well as over mutated humans call Clark's. The next two books in the series mind of my mind and survivor or published, nineteen, seventy, seven and nineteen, seventy eight. The books sold will, but she took a break from the series to right kindred. In the novel, a Black Woman named Dana travels back in time to slavery era Maryland there she meets a white ancestor, whom she has to repeatedly rescue to make sure that he survives. But her trouble, placing the book with the publisher, because it didn't fit neatly into the science fiction category, but in one thousand, nine, hundred ninety nine doubleday published kindred as fiction. The book was received well when it was published, and it became a text that students read in high schools across the US. After kindred Butler continued to publish books in the pattern master series, including wild seed and clay's Ark. Many of her characters were black women, and she explored themes like control and post colonialism in dystopia settings. In one, thousand, nine, hundred four, she won a Hugo Award for the short story speech sounds and blood child when the Nebula Hugo and locus awards. But worked on Zeno. Genesis trilogy in the late Nineteen Eighties and in the one thousand, nine, hundred ninety, she published parable of the sower and parable of the talents, which followed the protagonist Lauren Amina as she escapes a walled community in Fouls Inoue. Butler once said quote I don't write utopia science fiction because I don't believe that imperfect humans can form a perfect society. Fledgling a science fiction vampire novel published in Two Thousand Five. Was Butler's last publication. She died of a stroke in two thousand and six.
Top things to do in Berlin
"I. I'd like to welcome the show. Audrey Scott and Daniel knoll from an cornered market DOT COM or at welcome back to the show I should say and we brought Audrey and and Daniel back to talk about Berlin Germany Audrey and Daniel Welcome back to the show. Thanks for having us back and I say welcome back to the show but I. I don't know if I could come up with all the Times you've been the show. We certainly done wonderful episodes together on prog and Bangladesh are the two that really stand out for me. I think there may maybe some other ones and there certainly some this. We can travels in there also but I put a list of all the shows they have been on in the show notes so we don't have to waste time with that but we have not covered Berlin Lynn Germany in quite a long time. I was really surprised how long it had been more than a decade since we've talked about a rather rapidly changing city Berlin has changed a lot lot since we covered it the first time in the show for sure and you guys happened to live there now. Yeah we've actually called Berlin are home now for about seven years. It's hard to believe Aleve and even within that time it's changed quite a lot so if we go back over a decade yeah. There's been a lot of changes well so this seemed like a really good excuse to have two of my favorite guests back on the show. Why should someone think about going to Berlin? Well it it certainly seems to be enjoying an another up surgeon ovulating. Correct me if I'm wrong on the statistics. I think it's the third most popular destination in Europe. And it's interesting because Berlin on the surface is is not a traditional European destination meaning. It doesn't have preserved old town like Prague Nick or even like many of the other incredible credible cities in Europe but when it has a has its dynamism feel to it and creativity and energy and so people don't really come to Berlin to see Z.. Beautiful old buildings there are still a few that remain. There's obviously really interesting history here but it's more for its creative field for its neighborhoods spor. There's also has a really big party scene for those who like clubbing. It's more about the feel of the place will. Then I think the other two most popular cities than would would be London and Paris. I believe you're talking about and compared to the two of them it's also had a reputation for being less expensive low. I don't know if that's still true. I think Jewish rush to a great degree. It is having just visited London. I think we can. We can vouch for that London. Right still a great city but yeah so yes certainly your dollar euro or whatever you can be carrying goes a little bit further and I think it's just a different city. Virginia from what Adriana said before I think when people come away their struck with the difficulty to articulate why Berlin sticks with them in a way that it does in the word they often use five. I love the divider that city. Such an interesting vibe that the atmosphere and I think a lot of s to do with the fact that religion is in a constant state of Flux Fox and perhaps in a constant state of Renaissance reimagining itself will in you mention concentrate of luck so the first time I was in Berlin. We've talked about this on. The show was a year after the wall fell and the the heart of the city. The center of the activity was Kurfurstendamm. Turn down on the western side and you could still see the bullet holes in the walls on. What was East Germany? You could hardly find any trace of the wall but you wouldn't meet. You didn't need it to tell what had been East. Germany was still fairly drab on that side of in a lot of the buildings and things I think the the last time I was back in a completely flipped the vibrant activity was where it traditionally was in the eastern part of the city buttered standard that continues continues to change since I have been there. Yeah I mean. The city is constantly changing in Berlin is a very neighborhood focused city so the neighborhoods are always experience in different levels of renaissance also in their hip when they're not hit but for especially after the wall fell East Berlin. What was formerly east? Berlin was the hub hub for heart for artists and the mayor actually was rather smart. He said we have all these really big industrial buildings. We have all this space and actually opened up four artists for basically like squatter communities and art studios and stuff and so that attracted a lot of artists in creative types to the city in. So you still feel let today but some of the traditional areas where that was like Mitte has now become a bit too expensive a little bit too gentrified now. Those artists communities are going a little bit more. Let's say towards the edges where there still is available space will emit a would be middle so literally the middle of the city. Yeah it's the middle of the city but it was the heart of former East Berlin and all the neighborhoods have changed quite a bit like we live in Nikon in the south and our neighborhood. We talked to Berliners who grew up appear in their thirties forties. Saying when I was young you never went there. That was considered a bad place to go. Someone joked it was like the Harlem like in the bad days but but now it's a vibrant community. We've got museums and galleries. But also it's still has this connection to its roots. which is a worker community as as well as an immigrant community? So it's this interesting dynamic between a little bit of gentrification which is a big issue in Berlin right now but it still has its soul in terms of the working man every day. Many hood is well excellent. Well let's start to put some structure on. That's what kind of itinerary would you recommend for someone who's coming to Berlin especially for the first time time. Okay well that really depends on the number of day. Well let's target. Let's talk about a week for Berlin and day trips from Berlin. I think the first piece of advice that we might give to. Someone has to understand that Berlin. Is I believe approximately three hundred sixty miles square miles in terms of landmass. So you're not gonna be able to cover the entire city so I think the trick is to figure out what are the core elements that you'd like to see in Berlin East and west and then maybe to identify a a couple of non-core that are out there in some of the neighborhoods so in terms of some of the usual suspects in. You're looking at things like checkpoint Charlie in the Checkpoint Charlie Museum which definitely definitely a although it is touristy at something that we often recommend to people particularly on those days that are not good weather days at the museum. Actual checkpoint appoint Charlotte's it's rather touristy and people are posing for photos but the museum is actually it's a private initiative and it has all sorts of stories and photos of life rush when the wall was up as well as stories of escape. And it's quite well done. Well let's dig into that a little more so checkpoint Charlie one of the famous checkpoints between East in West Berlin. There's the little guardhouse there which is a reconstruction because they tore down the guardhouse ray quickly after they down the wall and then realized Oh hey we we have this wonderful memorable spot so they. They built it back up again but the checkpoint Charlie Museum was there during the time of the wall all and it started as a private collection of memorabilia about escapes predominantly from Berlin and. I think it's a fascinating museum Ziam. Although I would have to say the last time I was there. It had a feel of grandma's attic in terms of organization. I don't know if that has changed. Excel Excel J. One of the most amazing wonderful collections. So hazardously arranged but you can see where someone took a surfboard. Gordon holiday it out so they could put people inside or cars with secret. Compartments were people who made balloons to fly over the wall. It's a fascinating collection especially in terms of Cold War. History doesn't Nice job of addressing cold order history from the stamp on Berlin that it also digs into some of the Cold War history elsewhere so with over revolution in Prague so the rising Hungary so it provides a broader context. Not just what happened here in Berlin which I think is really really
Travel photo secrets with Scott Kelby
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com create and publish a stunning website all from one powerful platform go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's w i x dot com in. Stay tuned after the show to hear you can take advantage of wick special offer for talking tech listeners. We are here at photoshop world. The mustang is i've got the world renowned scott kelly gear that you all know from his photography and his online learning with kelly one and he is just taught a course in travel photography autocracy which was fabulous and i'm just gonna hit scott on a few of the tips the one that i like the most is that he researched and he saw that what people really like our pictures of people and that i think is for most photographers and tourists are really hard thing for them. How do you just jump in front of them and take their pictures scott. Take it away well well. I am that person that is uncomfortable taking pictures of strangers and so i kind of had to get over it and the technique that i use is i is basically really i smile at them. I and moten most of the time. I'm going to be in a foreign country where you don't speak their language. I smile at them. I so i'm like hey a friendly guy and i hold up my camera like like i'm going to take a picture of you but it's okay 'cause. I'm a friendly guy. Many put the camera up and i take one picture and not trying to make a great picture at this point. I'm just trying to take a picture now at this point point. I'm taking something from them. I just took your image and i've given them nothing. So what i immediately do is i keep smiling. Turn the camera around and i walk over and i show in the back of the camera of the of their picture and invariably they give a big smile like oh because now i didn't take something from them now. I'm sharing it. I took your picture. Here's what it looks like. What do you think and it changes the relationship immediately and so then what i do is i just kinda smile and nod like hey he can do another one and they'll they'll pose for five minutes and just let you shoot shoot shoot and the flip side is that you talked about how you like to show uh-huh places like lisbon and paris and venice without all the people that anybody knows that when we go to these places in europe they're jammed. They're jammed with people so oh you have some photoshop tricks and you have some camera tricks but overall even if the people that are just going with their smartphone. What would you say to them about how to get the shot without although tourists the secret really is and it's gonna be it's actually harder than it sounds. Get up really early just literally getting up early in the morning <hes> so i lead workshops and we will get up in the morning. We'll go to the eiffel tower and there's nobody there but us. There's nobody there and you see the sunrise. Come up and there's no tourist. I and there's no cars and the streets are empty. We went to the arche triomphe and they're a moments now the drive-by here and there but there are moments where you're all by yourself and there's nobody else there. We lined up in rome in front of the vatican. Nobody there but us apparently people don't like to get up very early so that is your. That's your benefited it. Is you get up early and you're gonna get shots of beautiful places. I was in hawaii last week. Shooting sunrises and i would at five and yes i was the only person there and the really interesting thing is not only was the sunrise spectacular but the half hour before the sunrise was more spectacular than sunrise with these amazing colori absolutely really that's the secret to sunrise once the sun comes up five minutes later the shoots over the lights bad. It's that time right before sunrise that it's magical jiggle and by the way i saw a couple of your shots they were fantastic. I was so jealous <hes> it is it is one of the most beautiful places for sunrises and sunsets and you nailed it. Thank you scott. Tell everybody again all all the things you do. You have a new book. <hes> tell me about the book and the website never everywhere. You are well. Thanks i have a brand. New book called the landscape book which is a pretty basic name but you know exactly what it is. It's the landscape photography book because it's official name and it is one item per page. It's like one concept one idea the at one thing so it's for people that are just getting into landscape photography and they really wanna make a difference immediately like i want better pictures tomorrow. I don't want to go through two years of struggling yeah. I need better pictures tomorrow. That's what the book spor <hes>. We run a conference where here at photoshop world of course which is annual conference its twentieth year but i just put on by one. Which is we do online photographic training. We teach people photoshop and we teach people light room and how to make kind of pictures. They've always dreamed of october fifth worldwide photo walk. Oh yeah <hes> each year for the last twelve years. We do a worldwide photo walk. It's over a thousand cities around the world and we do it. It's a social event. We're just really two hours. We walk around. Take pictures meet new people share. We always wind up at a pub bar at the end and it's really just a social event sign up at worldwide photo walk dot com. I'm jefferson graham. You can find me on twitter at jefferson graham. I believe scott is that's got kelvin correct that is kelly comrade daily blog. Thanks for listening to talking talking tech. Be sure to subscribe wherever you listen to online audio and i'll be back at you tomorrow. Talking tech is supported by wicks dot com. If you're ready to build build your own website. There's no better place to get started than wigs dot com. 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"spor" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Com. Schedules, spor personalized traffic on demand. Gets traffic Chicago app, approved by the mortgage experts team hochburg just search. T R, A, F F. I X Chicago. Mayor van vowed to BGN traffic central and the forecast from the WGN Chicago weather center. Some scattered showers this morning across the area, they'll taper off around daybreak in otherwise unofficial. High of seventy eight degrees today, those temperatures will vary widely will stay in the upper fifties low sixties at the lakefront and areas inland could reach into the eighties chance of showers and thunderstorms late tonight, and some of those could Pat quite a bit of rainfall Saturday, mostly cloudy, gusty winds. It'll be stormy. At times and humid. Highs near eighty on Saturday right now it's overcast in fifty nine degrees at O'Hare Windsor calm. It's fifty five at the lakefront. I'm Vic Vaughn in the WGN radio newsroom. And these the stories that matter on seven twenty WGN. WGN radio's daily conversation about the life of business and the business of life. This is the opening bell with Steve advantage on twenty key in good morning again everyone, welcome back to the program. Thanks for being here with us on our Friday edition of the opening bell, the unofficial start of summer is here and triple A is expecting nearly forty three million Americans will travel this Memorial Day weekend. According to AAA more than thirty seven and a half million people will travel by car this year, the most on record for the holiday and three and a half percent. More than last year. More than three million people expected to travel by plane nearly five percent increase over last year and second, only to two thousand five gonna talk a little bit about the.
"spor" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball
"Hello episode, six seventy three of the sleeper in the bus. It is Monday April fifteenth. I'm your host Paul spor, and I'm joined by Justin Mason, Justin what's going on. Oh, just another beautiful patriots day for me to complain about. It is Jackie Robinson day though, too. It is which is positive there. Rockin? My my my shirt Z my t shirt jersey for Jackie Robinson. Nice little Brooklyn one. And and there's a little bit confusing, though, if you want to I guess you could add complaint to it. Because you know, you're watching Baltimore Boston. I don't know where the hell anybody is on Baltimore come on make exceptions put their names on their keep the forty two. But then it is the most confusing day. I don't know. Aren't like. And I it's funny 'cause I I was talking to my brother-in-law who is he's giants fan. But he's not like he's waist deep in this stuff. Like, your like, many of our listeners are and talking about like, it's so funny. How how bad major league baseball is at marketing their own players. Like, I told him like he knows you Mike trout is. But if I put a lineup up for him like he couldn't pick Mike trout out of line of like five guys. And like how does that happen? Like how does the NFL market there guys so much better that they're wearing helmets the entire game? But you you could pick them out of lineups. But you couldn't you know, the average fan couldn't pick, you know, the best player in so daylight today when everybody's rating say him number really screws with people because they're marketing policy in action. Yeah. Yeah. Further proof that they have no idea what they're. Doing it's it is bad..
Interview with Powerball winner Lerynne West
"You pick the numbers yourself? I did not pay. You just ask them. Yeah. I got an easy pick. I it's always been my thought that if if I'm going to win if if I meant to win it, I'm going to win no matter how many how many tickets I by, you know, just just let it half the machine. Yeah. Okay. All right. So then you buy that. And then the drawing is the next day. Yes. Okay. And then how did you find out you one? So I'm going to let a friend's dog out. And she texted me, and she said did you win the lottery, and I. I said, I don't know. I said I'm on my way to let your dog out when I get there. Check my ticket, and I got there. And I went to check my ticket, and I didn't have any tickets, and I thought okay there at home in the moving so on my way, home, I called my sister. And I said, you know, so she called me. And and said that somebody from Iowa won the lottery and said funny, you mention that she said your tickets are in my truck. And so I said go out and check him for me. I said the Powerball spor and she said, oh my God, Lauren. The Powerball is or and I said no way and she said, yeah. So I said some me a picture. So she sent me a picture, and I went to I a lottery dot com, and I entered the day in the numbers. And when you get a number, right? It comes up in red and nothing was in red. And in fact, I entered the wrong date. So I. Fixed the date and. So other numbers came up in red and it said jackpot. Well, I've done something wrong again. So I started going through, you know, going back and forth with the picture of the ticket with the lottery dot com. And I'm like, oh my God. I said you get in your truck and get that ticket up here now and drive slow. Didn't want any acts. No flying out the window or anything. Okay. So you've received the money yet. I have received the money I had to go to my wealth managers office last week to sign papers, you already had a wealth manager. That's new to me. And you started a foundation. I did I started the Cowan foundation, you know, when I won the lottery, I thought I have a responsibility to to do good for other people in to help other people out his well, the Callum foundation is named after Mike grandson who was born at twenty four weeks in lived one day. So it it's named after him to honor his memory, the fact that you can do that. I mean that obviously was a very difficult thing to happen to your, you know, daughter, I guess daughter, and, but the fact that you now have this money to start a foundation in his name.
"spor" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"As the brewers are kind of coming down, the stretch still don't have a postseason know, solidified the ask Craig counsel who would pitch a wildcard game for you. It was this one on the way and Turner since one just fouled down the left field line. Ballboy down the line played it on a hop off. The tarp tried to make a catch. And then it kind of staggered. If you remember the video for many many years ago of Tommy Lasorda at the all star game when he was coaching third. This guy just went full fledge Lasorda down the left field line. He's fine. He's young. He's he's smiling. He's laughing at himself his phones, it's being blown out right now. His buddies and watch the game at all booted the ball and fell on her rear end. Rhetoric. I one out top of the I know spor Turner wits. One two on the way. And there's that slider regathered missiles outside to and to we asked Craig counsel. What makes you slide or so tough and council said he thinks that it stays straight until very close to the plate and stay straight for a long time. And then the word he used was sweeping it straight for a long time. But then right at the very end, it has a lot of great. It's not a small tight break. It's loopier as Turner swings. It's one hopper too short to second one. The first double. Turner hits it hard. But right at arsia to start the six four three double play and just see what's zero up on the board. Top of the first brewers coming up..
"spor" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball
"Hello. Five eighty eight of the sleeper and the bus. It is Thursday, August, sixteenth. I'm your host. Paul spor and I'm fine. So for episode, six of call your shot. If I was qualified in any way, shape or form to do audio affects, I would've done some cool like echo affect their instead. I just tried to make it sound like had an echo. But for those unfamiliar, what I do is go on Twitter, I ask for your baseball related unpopular, opinions. Blistering hot takes thought provoking questions, and then I dressed them on an episode such as this and it is one thousand percent of direct rip off of Anthony. Fantomas let's argue series from YouTube and if you don't know who Fantino is and you like music. I, that's interesting. But if you're like really into music, you should know who he is, but go check him out. Anthony Fantastico the needle drop on YouTube. It's great anyway. Let's get right into it because we've got, we've got a bunch to go through inside just basically, I've obviously read some of them going through my mentioned or whatever, but I'm just bringing up the tweet and just go through them. So you're getting my snap reactions to them. Let's start at Avery 'em kindred says with James Paxson outfield will step up and pitch at a Cy Young level for the remainder of the season and canot we'll play like an MVP candidate for the rest of the season. This is one of the ones I did see because I even responded. I said, even though you know, I'm going for Oakland. I wanna see this just because I like Felix. So I mean, listen, we can have the Felix aspect of it without without them necessarily overtaking the as, but it'd be great. You know, I can. At least I could honestly see the canot situation pretty easily because he's a really good really good hitter. So that wouldn't even be that surprising. But obviously feel like stepping up to such a high degree would be really, really surprising. I mean, he just he just hasn't had it. In fact, when we see, I don't I by the way, I just read these off the cuff and answer them. I don't do a bunch of research beforehand 'cause I kinda wanna give my fun my my fun responses to them, but I wanna see how long has Paxton expected out. Do they did put him on the ten day? The l. he's gonna miss one turn in the notation, but it might not be so bad. Okay. So feel obviously it's going to take that spot and we'll kind of see. I think he picked pretty well Felix did in in place of him, which ended up being basically a start. Yeah, it was five and two thirds. Five hits two runs to strike outs to walk sell. You know, again, it's hard not to like Felix, so I'd love to see and find some success, but he doesn't have it. I am really hoping that this bullpen situation because he'll probably go back once packs and comes back. I'm hoping that this can can bring a second act for Felix and I don't know exactly what that would be. I don't know that his current arsenal even shaved down and maybe the loss of the amped up. I don't know that that allows for him to really take off or anything. I just, I don't know, but I hope that he can find to pitch combo or just something to play off of the. The change. Because right now the fastball change, the speed differences. So slight that I think it's cutting into the effectiveness of the change of all right. Next up at Timur. MAC says, if baseball wants to fix its pace of play prom, it'll encourage teams to go back to the seventies and eighties starting pitcher usage..
"spor" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Fm new york wfan twenty twenty spor dave on the base hit rounding third walker hill and do our base in rbi glacier tories and the yankees unbelievably take a ten nothing second inning leon's during the on the fan the yankee offense clicking eighth win in a row at eleven to one drubbing of the angels in anaheim neil walker and company five spots in the first and second miguel undo hard labor torres a combined five for ten or approaches to play there's no passiveness in their game offensively and defensively you can see that they're going out there and just playing their game and that's going to be very important for the development and we're very lucky to have of walker talking to susan woman right here on the fan masahiro tanaka fan nine over six the series wraps up tonight seven twenty five pre game on the fan with tabatha taking on tyler skaggs mets were on the opposite end of a laugher so it was anything but jason vargas allowed nine runs and nine hits over three and two thirds the padres cruise to twelve to win over micky calloway's met vargas and he's had those before he'll have them again but he's going to battle in the mean to holloway courtesy of s and y rubber match late this afternoon zack wheeler and brian mitchell braised took care of the phillies four to one diamondbacks beat the nationals and ten four three marlins beat the rockies for one pirates better than the cardinals sixty two cubs over the brewers threes it twins edged the reds three to one raise no issue with the red sox twelve six that's eight wins in a row for them rangers topped the blue jays seventy four tigers pto's nine five astros.
"spor" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Ingredient adult widely used weed killer roundup can cause cancer have been evaluated by international agencies us and foreign regulators in the product manufacturer agribusiness giant monsanto now a federal judge in san francisco was conducting his own review during an unusual set of court hearings that began today it has the big stake spor monsanto and hundreds of farmers and others who have sued the company now the us district judge will spend a week hearing from experts that help decide whether there was valid scientific evidence to support lawsuits claims that the exposure to round up can cause cancer now russia says it has proof that washington has tried to interfere in its country's upcoming presidential election the deputy foreign minister there told the leading russian news agency that the united states has tried to destabilise his country ahead of this month's vote he claims moscow has evidence that the us has been tried to interfere with their balance system while perhaps you've noticed in recent weeks a marked increase and talk about the mounting threats of malicious cyber activity to our national security intellectual property critical infrastructure operations even our election systems the justice department recently announced the indictments of thirteen russian organizations and individuals were apparent meddling in the two thousand sixteen election apparently the accused sought to wedge divisions in american society largely through social media at the time their fake accounts rumors since site months went largely unnoticed by users of facebook and twitter among others because while thanks to anonymity us social media already overflows hatefilled messages howard blown the expert on the human mind with us howard what you think about all these cyber attacks and everything else well here feel there is actually a new arms race support and if the race between china russia and north korea iran and the usa ouattara who you know four days ago unveiled a handful of what were called a nightmare weapon that he says will make all of our defenses hugh plus china upped its military budget a few days ago eight point.
"spor" Discussed on Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy
"In sports which would not be as paid as much as gulf cricket football they must love it mall to put their bodies through that for less rewards this is our survivor is our fat i think that may well be true both don't say it's just to do with the financial warlord noted give you say it is to do with the activity cinemas limit though to put their body shoe that while gets me is in spor is just watching cemented on sally in this thing imagine how can you love this when you are in a race known you can't win that must be how can you of it then obviously needs help iran how can you to know what i was fortunate every game away went into every situation give it at one or two i thought i can do well i can win but people who turn open the no the can win injury when an isolated event ally jim be 15th better prince real world why is the points but that it has i believe past premier excite what's the point what about your own personal targets the charter be your own percival best rather than just be in the other people on the tribe let's something meaningful in there isn't a no no i for for all go outside one thing about passion and loving the outlook i want to ask you call the name these plans mary primarily football is what is it about the game that laid down loved what with they saying that a turn them off the spoil ally i didn't go to great detail brace a phrase of it off and they is that you know i football and i can't get mad route now i cannot get it bob i will say is now.
"spor" Discussed on WWL
"Sports talk with bobby hebert and deke bellavia call 5042601870 the or tax eight seventy eight seventy now from our studios in the heart of new orleans here's the patron patten bobby aid rare end up big chief deep bella via rock and roll an hour three spor salk here on this lundy gras beat bellia christian garrick here phone lines open at 5042601870 text 870870 if you missed it last hour andre dawson major league baseball hall of famer join us i'm sure you hear that probably they seven o'clock hour replay i was really good stuff from the hawks andre baseball cloud andrey dawson baseball classic beginning friday january 16th here in new orleans running alway through the weekend chemists us on the stories you heard from the haug and our quota this hour kindle rogers lsu opening the season friday saturday and sunday with a threegame homestand against the notredame fighting irish and the tigers looking to do it a little different this year compared to last year they had such a veteran laden team that took in omaha really archibishop game a champion series appearance a they ended up losing fallen an app ballgame but may what a memorable year was for the lsu tigers are going to have much more youth under side albeit talented deak on this roster for the lsu tigers this year not the my michael appear ski now guys like coal freeman etcetera and also greg dyke manila had those guys anymore but there's still a very talented talented that lsu baseball team oh yeah chris at dickey's company from new york to advise excited about eh daniel cabrera year it it's yours truly one.
"spor" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Spor training required for all usa gymnastics staff members as well as a complete thirdparty investigation of the abuses by dr larry nassar the usoc is threatening to decertify usa g if the demands aren't met usa gymnast saying friday afternoon it will comply ryan burrow abc news the top democrat on the senate intelligence committee says he is starting to notice the pattern with the president was his pressuring though fbi director komeito drop an investigation and then firing and when he didn't urging his attorney general not match recuse himself putting pressure on the leaders of the intelligence community drop investigations virginia senator mark warner commenting on reports the president tried to fire special counsel robert muller over the summer trump calls it a fake news and it could county judge has ordered a former business partner of governor rounders to take his money dispute to an arbitrator the judge dismissing his lawsuit which claimed that rauner wanted a bigger share of a sixty five billion dollar settlement to suit also says rounder took meetings on the deal even though he pledged to put his business dealings in a blind trust while he serve as governor let's get an update now on wgn sports here's kevin powell who is the bulls and lakers on the west side tonight the bulls won't have point guard chris don once again he remains out after that facefirst fall in a game a week and a half ago courage coach fred hoiberg says dunn's concussion symptoms heaven changed much no timetable ana returned their lakers rookie lonzo ball is also out with a sprained need pox play next on tuesday the all star break is this weekend down in tampa bay the balki brewers of beefed up their roster traded for gold gover christian yellowed should then today they signed outfielder lorenzo cain to a fiveyear contract and sox first is underway the hill chicago general manager rick hans spoke earlier and thanked the fans for the support of the teams rebuild fan.
"spor" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Com do captured the quick quickly bowls dangled jobs threw for two touchdowns and ran for another in a thirty six fourteen thumping of north under illinois four more games today include boomers florida state versus southern miss at said the independence ball pinstripe bowl iowa versus boston college the foster farms ball is purdue versus arizona texas balls texas and missouri at bilic wbt spor he just too many bowls are added seven seventeen here on wbt to police officers and monroe rookies both album or being called heroes they went running into a burning home yesterday save two women and three kids the mom stephanie moon io says they were all trapped up stairs my eyes were just like burying really hard afraid like if it wasn't for him showing at night on that moment like i felt like maybe he could have gotten worse than it would have been a lot worse officer dillon cole grabbed her baby officer cory helms led the others out that fire started because of baby bottles left sterilising on the stove when the family went to bed and where seven eighteen near on wbt are gallon early this morning and ed bilic had sent me a picture of his hometown of iri pa holy cow at i've just never seen that much snow i was reading here what sixty two inches since christmas eve here about my so much more hometown thrower went to college and all of their for four years but you know eerie they called for the mistake on the lake before tell you what guys sixty inches of snow mark you bet through sunday night and i'm looking at the eerie times right now i tell you what what are they gonna do with all the snow where they're gonna take an dumping impress golf taken into lake erie 'cause i gotta get rid of it somewhere i mean i'm looking at a picture here of a car that is just company you can barely see the back bumper and everything else is just piled high at some what do people do up there to dig at us we go one fraught brother who a texted me say listen i'm an old short but i took fifty seven sixty inches the comes up the my chin almost by knows when you're stand and i guess a lot of people are stranded in their homes would good news to its you know.
"spor" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"Telnet the people in new sheep lend their any we tried to do it with cane toads and do you know about the cantona pedantic up in queensland no injuries them to get rid of some things and then the cane toads when a well why don't we just keep fucking and take over queensland and then if you picked up a clank tang jordan licht the back of his neck you saw three time and so i know hood why did you get rid of them i didn't i've got a lotta time you after its lic licnen pass they ago we're not themselves i don't know what's happening i think it's pretty clear justin i are going to go over to his place after this and liquor toads together yeah aww just mites hanging at the pub candlelight to why talking about spor talking about music licking sajori time have a little harder because i didn't i mmd it's good right just feels good too many looks of the towed my dad no no no no no you have to drive mr if you're right amity shape of your head tonight none toads just two of the party step out of the car truck i feel like people who say talking about sport don't actually talk about sports gone over my mates talking about sport now that was a euphemism for we're going to be wrestling on the ground and in tasmania things were about to get very convict d.
"spor" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"West jerusalem rather than jerusalem clearly the that's already that's already getting political isn't it m that the threat to withdraw their support for for that for that slight yeah i think it's very difficult to trump tronchette price sport and politics at because sport and politics are intertwined but an unwise have bayne and that you know so much precedent for that statement that sometimes i think that people who do ceo we shouldn't bring politics into spor actually just want to kind of drawer curtain over something i don't wanna widened into dubai out into an irrelevant area but that culling capanic a protest in american football an an awful lot of the discussion around that was people saying well sport and politics should mix and i i just think that set nasa a wilfully naive position to take really because when your holding an international sports event in an in a place in a there are all sorts of things bound up in it commerce tourism politics projecting a at a political reason why israel wants to be hosting an event as large and prestigious as a chiro and it's probably because there's a law bang for bok you know it's not like hosting a you know a a major it's not hosting a major stood of soccer tournament or something that would cost hundreds of millions there they're they're paint ten million its reported yes so you know it's probably a fairly a fairly could investment but to say that it said that there is a political strength is opting just not is arsenal can awash with people as it because they're certainly is you know that this this so much bound up in the territory of israel yeah an i don't think we we want to particularly get into the politics of our ourselves we were in playing those those interviews in the last part we won it m a we want to listen to the different views around the subject bought already in a month's away from the star there's already this is already generating a lot of controversy and really strong feelings as and i think the deal was being almost naive and wilfully naive perhaps in thinking this would happen but what an interesting for me and then she with omer barghuthi was he said and seemed to see.
"spor" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"Yeah that potential first off i i i don't it's been on my pay grade to say whether it should or should be banned what i think he's hotter and so forth have done right now is to key off what would be the federal and slash global policy rammed cannabis right which is that it's uh a banned substance in so they sort of saxon behind that one if it's illegal at the federal level it's also illegal here and i i think they've sidestepped the um i guess the that discussion that needs to happen and if it wasn't ban as it won't be in canada going forward ryan it's gonna be legal within canada should it then be banned for slaughter and i think that the oldest sequence needs to go that way because this there's plenty of things that are allowed in real life but not in spor right but if it's not allowed at a national level how can it possibly be allowed in school because you tacitly breaking the law and that's one of those wrinkles i i do think that people who use cannabis use it for a level of i think finding a level of internal com right um you talked about using it at the yoga practice and i think people can just use it to screen some of the noise out that's there but in a depending on the person that can increase the level of noise that's in that i i think the way cannabis is used by a lot of people is um is used to find the place that works for them or doesn't work for them as very so the personal thing the one thing that we do know about cannabis is that there are many many effects on the body and on the mind and the the the way cannabis works mcwhinney drug words as you have receptors in the body and the drug will uh mimic um uh something that fits into the receptors that were trick is it so uh when you have a a certain type of drug it tell us the body to react to the settlers tells the mind to react in the sudden away with arab l'amour cowboys receptors um and the body than any other type of receptor.
"spor" Discussed on Criminal
"The child could have done that damage or will there is not much too so he did a hundred million dollars worth of damage there are people in both trials who were experts who had said that the levy seem like it might have broken any ways and levies had broken and other places and so as there ever been a time where you have doubted i guess uh since that you know since you for some on tv whether or not he did it known not ever and number i have a history of jimmy scott i've talked with him before and reference other crimes before and uh i can karna i have a feeling for one of the these tom you the truth on his life terming there's only two that knows what happened that night and nobody's going to change my mind that is god almighty and jim at the only once i can't i can't change what happened in sometimes things are happened for they everything happens for a reason everything happens for a reason but me in the river don't get alone i just no it's not my i'm far far waved from the river i can stay on i'm happy no on mas band criminalist produced by lauren spor nydia wilson and mean audio mix by we're all buyers and johnny vince evans special thanks to adam pit luck who wrote a book about jimmy called damn to eternity malevolent on our website are in turn is materials or felino julian alexander makes original illustrations freech episode of criminal you can see them at this is criminal dot com were on facebook and twitter criminal show man criminal is recorded in the studios of north carolina public radio abuse un seem were proud member of radio toby a from p r x the collection of the best podcasts around shows like the west wing weekly were host your way and josh molina who is in the west wing breakdown every episode of the show but it's a lot more than that they also delve into political issues and source material that inspired the shower in a recent episode the interviewed canadian prime minister justin trudeau.
"spor" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Because there's a generation of millennials or whatever we call the people that are younger than millennials that are coming up right now that are in high school and soon to be in college who are really into it and i don't think i can afford to be the guy who is like now soccer's not not physical enough not enough of the contact spor were not good at it we don't have the best players no not going to put a baton i i feel like it's going to catch up the me eventually in twenty years it's gone from something that people watched maybe once every four years the now you've got nbc and fox in these networks lining up for the rights for games both abroad in here washington five st louis zero watching this baseball game in studio the allstar teams came out earlier today i tried to pick the rosters i failed it was such a failure that i didn't wanna waste a minute of your time really comparing in contrasting what i had verses what the players and fans voted on i'm one of those guys with allstar games where i take more interest in the process of who makes the team's then i do the the actual game itself it's a 5050 proposition that i'll even watch the allstar game i probably will land on it because there's like nothing else going on in sports i'm happy it's back to be just an exhibition game but i always took the idea of who made the allstar games seriously because when we break down guys careers we often mentioned how many allstar games they went to.
"spor" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"To give in to college you have to be a grapes in school so always executed highgrade what's he doing the school it oh what's most important to you because still black you can change the world in the game of football you can save uh the world it all away from the game in different fields so what gonna know listen is not all is all about football this about becoming a successful individual first and foremost what do you think you learned that i think are really learned that going into college on some of the experiences that are in in high school award to start play good football but i've in always take school serious uh it wasn't it so the last minute crunch time enough it'll final hours that i really had to block with annan become a better student and i think going to experience maybe not want to go through that type of ordeal ever again in terms of waiting for the eleventh hour to really give my priorities are water so i want them to be structured i want them to understand that look football is second day in the democrat primary but when you come out on the field we compete like level before and these kids they saw they try to sell me that they are the best and i appreciate it i just that they take care one another stay healthy doing it good student in college mike i was a student gpa um the type of notoriety the iranians who is autographs and everything was for free so perc perks but at the same time i wanted to show more coaches there i wasn't just the good football played i was a great individual will also football of football i took a lot of uh and it should have become even in a clash you know what the little limited amount of time ahead i did the best i could you mentioned that notoriety had its perks what were some of the pitfalls of that notoriety when i think when you get to a certain level of fame all people start to recognize status is you start live in a different world and come from where i came from uh i never had i had to get used to it and there was a big time adjustment so dan spor early bet never leave well as you know our respective coaches but hours sport i did everything right on the field.
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"We compete like never before and these kids they saw they try to show me that they are the best and i appreciate it i just ask that they take care one another stay healthy doing it will you good student in college mike i was at the story i think i had a two point five gpa um you know there's been the type of notoriety the iranian so is autographs and everything was for free so a perks but at the same time i wanted to show more coaches there you know i wasn't just a good football plated i was a great individual will also uh football a football i took a lot of uh initiative to become the best even in the classroom you know what the little limited amount of time ahead i did the best i could you mentioned that notoriety had its pertz what were some of the pitfalls of that notoriety well it the way you get to a certain level of fame or people will start to uh recognize in your status you you start to live in a different were coming from where i came from uh i never had i had to get used to it and there was a big time adjustment so uh dave spor early you know that never leaves in college you know our respective coaches but you know hours sport um i did everything right on the field so they always took care of me in you know when you get to the national football league is is not the same you know you have to be overall uh needles student of the game on me up the overall be locked in and focus at all times and you can leave any stone unturned so i think you're going to college learn live you have to have struck civil war so when i got to that i feel was even more detailed niece spent the last year at a football and i would imagine that was probably the first time the them without football need very very very long time your entire adult life obviously yeah yeah it was somewhat a bit.