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AP News Radio

02:00 min | 17 min ago

The latest in sports

"AP sports on Bruce Morton a pair of tight races in the national league in the central division St. Louis began Tuesday with a two game lead over the brewers The Cardinals beat Colorado 5 four in order to keep pace Milwaukee needed to defeat the Dodgers Chuck Freeman tells the story The floundering brewers blew a late lead but then rallied from a one run deficit in the bottom of the 11th inning to beat the Dodgers 5 to four Victor caratini delivered a one out bloop single the score of the tying and winning runs then after the brewers loaded the bases against Dodgers closer Craig kimbrel Meanwhile the braves pulled it within three and a half games of the mets and the east with a 5 nothing decision behind a 12 strikeout performance from Charlie Morton First baseman met Olsen says Atlanta is helping itself by taking the first two games of this series It's good to come out and get these first two Obviously we got a couple good arms coming up these next two and it won't get any easier for the braves as they still have to face Jacob de Grom and Max Scherzer Other national league winners were the Phillies Marlins cubs and giants In the American League the Yankees may lead the east but they lost for the tenth time in 12 starts when they were beaten by Tampa Bay three one raised manager Kevin cash likes how his club has won four straight including the last two in The Bronx Wins and this ballpark against this team they can elevate you a little bit make you feel that much better In another AL east game with playoff implications the Orioles won in Toronto four to two In the race for the American League's final wild card spot the O's trail the Jays by one half game The remaining junior circuit winners were the Red Sox White Sox tigers twins a's and M's Pro basketball the NBA will be idle on election day but all 30 teams will be playing on November 7th the night before the midterms Tennis at the western and southern open Serena Williams lost in straight sets to U.S. open champ Emma Bruce Martin AP sports

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Pujols homers twice to help Cardinals knock off Brewers 6-3

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 d ago

Pujols homers twice to help Cardinals knock off Brewers 6-3

"Albert Pujols hits a pair of home runs and drives in four in the cardinal 6 to three win over the brewers as St. Louis moves a game and a half in front of Milwaukee atop the NL central We're just a great day to contribute you have to go gray organization you know playing for a title and a division title and I think this is what you're going to see against these two book clubs Tyler O'Neill and Dylan Carlson also go deep for St. Louis hunter Renfro and rowdy teles Homer for the brewers miles Michaelis allows two runs in 8 innings to pick up the win Mike Reeves St. Louis

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Wainwright goes 9 for Cards, but Brewers win it in 10th, 3-2

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 d ago

Wainwright goes 9 for Cards, but Brewers win it in 10th, 3-2

"Milwaukee scores twice in the tenth inning to beat the Cardinals three to two and move to within one half game of the ino central division leading redbirds The go ahead run scores on a triple from hunter renfrow When you're in second place and a game and a half I guess it was behind the guys you're playing So to get a game on them getting back from them That's pretty special for us Luis urias ate eating home run had tied the game one to one the starting pitchers were terrific for St. Louis Adam Wainwright tosses night in he's giving up one run Milwaukee's Corbin burns also gives up one run in 7 innings Mike Reeves St. Louis

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Montgomery comes up big again as Cardinals beat Brewers 3-1

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 4 d ago

Montgomery comes up big again as Cardinals beat Brewers 3-1

"Jordan Montgomery pitches 6 shutout innings to pick up the win as the Cardinals down the Bruges three to one St. Louis gets a solo home run by Nolan Arenado at a two run shot from Paul go Schmidt who impressed bruh skipper Craig counsel He's swinging the bat so well that you don't if you make a mistake he's making you pay and you know there's making you pay with the base head and he's making me pay with the Homer Eric Lauer takes the loss He's aided for the red birds are now a game and a half in front of Milwaukee for the top spot in the central Mike Reeves St. Louis

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Cardinals outslug Yankees 12-9 to complete 3-game sweep

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last week

Cardinals outslug Yankees 12-9 to complete 3-game sweep

"The Cardinals complete a three game sweep of the Yankees with a 12 to 9 win St. Louis gets a three run home run and four runs batted in from both Paul de young and Nolan Arenado Anytime you can cap off a sweep of a great team like the Yankees that's huge and what we're trying where we're trying to go you have to win ball games win series We were very happy with winning series yesterday but you can see with the energy we came out with today That wasn't enough DJ's will make Hugh homers and Aaron judge drives in Thor's New York loses their 5th straight the card 7 game winning streak has them two games in front of second place Milwaukee in the el central Mike Reeves St. Louis

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Montgomery beats former team as Cardinals blank Yankees 1-0

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last week

Montgomery beats former team as Cardinals blank Yankees 1-0

"Montgomery tosses 5 innings to record the win in his St. Louis debut as the Cardinals down the Yankees one to nothing the lefty picks up the victory against the team that dealt him away at the trade deadline It definitely feels good Guys are playing such great baseball I'm glad I could come in and kind of keep it going So we're just going to keep trying to play hard and play good Drives in the game to only run with a first inning single the cards have won 6 straight to move into first place in the NL central New York's lost to seize at high four to row Mike Reeves St. Louis

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DeJong lifts Cardinals over Yanks 4-3 in Carpenter's return

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last week

DeJong lifts Cardinals over Yanks 4-3 in Carpenter's return

"Paul de young's two out two run double off of Yankees really pitcher clay Holmes rallies the Cardinals to a four to three win to young now has 6 runs batted in in 6 games since his return from triple-A Memphis Earlier in the year I might have dreaded an opportunity like that but now I'm thankful for an opportunity like that after everything that's happened this year So just really happy to be back here and contributing the way I am St. Louis has won a season high 5 in a row Josh Donaldson drives in to for New York as they drop their third straight Andrea polan tosses four shutout innings in relief to pick up the win the Yankees fail to go deep for the first time in 20 games I'm Mike Reeves

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The Rise and Fall of Eric Greitens

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:05 min | Last week

The Rise and Fall of Eric Greitens

"There is a, there was a race in Missouri yesterday as election day in many places, and it was a an election to, for the Republican nominee, because Roy blunt is retiring and so it has been a Republican seat Senate seat in Missouri. And one of the Republicans running for it is Eric brightens. Who was the former governor of Missouri, I have met Eric rights, but that's not really important to what I'm about to say. Just full disclosure. And he was railroaded out of the governorship on charges that turned out to largely be false by a corrupt district attorney in St. Louis.

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Wainwright, reunited with Molina, hurls Cards past Cubs 6-0

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 weeks ago

Wainwright, reunited with Molina, hurls Cards past Cubs 6-0

"Paul Goldschmidt Homer's and drives in three is the Cardinals down the cubs 6 to nothing the long ball is the 25th of the season for the first baseman It helps move the red birds to within two games of the first place brewers in the in el central We're definitely capable but the other teams are very good as well It will be a tough challenge and we'll try to go play well and there was a lot of games ago but hopefully play well these last couple months St. Louis also gets homers from Dylan Carlson and Nolan Arenado to back winning pitcher Adam Wainwright who tosses 7 innings Keegan Thompson takes the loss Mike Reeves St. Louis

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Paul DeJong homers again after promotion, Cards top Nats

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 weeks ago

Paul DeJong homers again after promotion, Cards top Nats

"Andre Ponte and Paul de young led the Cardinals to a 5 zero win over the nationals Poland scattered 5 hits over 8 plus innings for his first road victory He struck out 8 walked one and helped the red birds finish four and four on their road trip coming out of the all star break De young homered for the second straight day since ending the minor league demotion this weekend Corey Dickerson also Homer for St. Louis which broke it open with a three run forth against losing pitcher Josiah gray Washington finished 6th and 19 in July of mid rumors that Nats are ready to part with Juan Soto and Josh bell I'm Dave fairy

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Gorman, Nootbaar homer as Cards beat Nats 6-2; Soto 1 for 4

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 2 weeks ago

Gorman, Nootbaar homer as Cards beat Nats 6-2; Soto 1 for 4

"Nolan Gorman in Lars nubar hit back to back homers in the 6th inning of the Cardinals 6 two win over the nationals The redbirds led three to one until Gorman smacked the two run Homer off loser Annabel Sanchez Newt Barr's blast chase Sanchez St. Louis scored three in the third on a pair of ground outs in a wild pitch Miles Michael is allowed two runs in 7 innings for the cards who have their first winning streak in 13 days Then that's hit a pair of sacrifice flies but were zero for 9 with runners in scoring position I'm Dave ferry

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Pujols hits 3-run HR, Cards overcome absences, beat Jays 6-1

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

Pujols hits 3-run HR, Cards overcome absences, beat Jays 6-1

"Albert Pujols socked a three run home run as Adam Wainwright when 7 innings at St. Louis down the blue Jay 6 wanted roger center The Kurds first baseman hit a 7th hormone of the season giving him 686 for his storied career You know and then we come back in with score four so it's always good anytime you can give a little cushion like that especially when you have a line on those guys and the other side Wainwright was village giving up just a run scattering 5 hits and striking out 8 His record improves to 7 and 8 as St. Louis snapped a Blue Jays 7 game winning streak John leatherbee to run

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Record rain causes heavy flooding in St. Louis area; 1 dead

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 2 weeks ago

Record rain causes heavy flooding in St. Louis area; 1 dead

"A record rain leaves one person dead and causes heavy flooding in the St. Louis area A state of emergency has been declared after several inches of rain killed one person displaced many others and resulted in rescues from vehicles and homes National weather service meteorologist Zach Taylor says The Rain shattered a record that had lasted more than 100 years The St. Louis airport actually it was 8.6 so that broke the previous record for any day which was 6.85 inches Which was August 20th 1915 Patrick huber who lives in university city just outside of St. Louis tells kmov TV The Rain destroyed his historic house About a hundred years old at parquet floors on the first floor and all the water came bubbling up through the registers from the basement Tuesday's rainfall followed a period of extended drought in the region I'm Mike Hempen

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Today's Edition of 'You Missed the Point'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:35 min | 3 weeks ago

Today's Edition of 'You Missed the Point'

"So it's Monday so it's today's edition of you must have you utterly totally completely embarrassingly missed the point Every single time every single time so I see this day just the news which is a good website That's why I'm not blaming them But the liberals are very confused right now Why the headline tells the whole story Ferguson effect police arrests plummet across the country but little agreement on why No no there's agreement There's agreement amongst conservatives just the news is trying to play a fair but the reality is this is the disagreement is only on the left They note that when all of these liberal cities Philadelphia Atlanta St. Louis LA that significant drops in police enforcement are happening without an accompanying drop in serious crime They say that because if there was a drop in crime you'd expect they drop in police enforcement because there's nothing to enforce because there's a drop in crime but that's not what's happening Crime is either stable or moving up and yet arrests are going down So what's up What's up What's going on here Conservatives you're sitting here scratching your head going Is this really hard You attack cops for the last 5 6 years Since George Floyd probably a decade what's its Ferguson and all these other things happen to Baltimore riots You attack cops you accuse him of being racist anytime they get out of their car for a police action before they've even done anything then why would you find it surprising that police officers would voluntarily engage in fewer police interactions The leftist puzzle by this whole thing they're like I'll get it man I got a PhD

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Votto, Solano, India homer, Reds rough up Wainwright, Cards

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 weeks ago

Votto, Solano, India homer, Reds rough up Wainwright, Cards

"Tyler naquin drove in four runs in the reds Homer three times in a 9 5 win against the Cardinals Naquin delivered a two run single and a two run triple Joey Votto Donovan solano and Jonathan India homered for the reds who lost catcher Tyler Stevenson to a broken right clavicle Stevenson was hit by a foul tip in the first inning Red starter Graham ashcraft threw a career high 112 pitches and tied his career high with 8 strikeouts over four and two thirds innings Adam Wainwright was tagged for a season I 7 runs over 5 and a third Paul Goldschmidt homeward for St. Louis I'm Dave

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How the Left Is Using 'Christian Nationalism' to Deter Pastors

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:28 min | Last month

How the Left Is Using 'Christian Nationalism' to Deter Pastors

"Now I say all of this as a way of preface to an article, I want to analyze a little bit. It's in vice. Vice dot com. And it's a profile of a Christian church. In Maryland heights, St. Louis. And a pastor who has become more political. His name is Ron Tucker. So the article is called Christian nationalism drove these people out of their churches. Now, the simple truth of it is, when you read the article, you realize not many people are driven out of this church, but evidently vice has found all the 7 people who left this church because evidently it's becoming too conservative. It's becoming too political. And the pastor who was evidently was apparently not all that political before is decided to become more active in politics. So we're going to we're going to read the article, or at least parts of the article together, and I'm going to comment on certain things. Along the way. So pastor run Tucker took the stage one weekend in early July, and it talks about the fact that he quote railed about antifa, Black Lives Matter, critical race theory, feminism, gun laws, and abortion. I mean, honey, we need to find out who this guy is and maybe start checking him out online because he sounds awesome. And he sounds like a guy who's actually applying Christian principles and moral principles to current issues, which many pastors don't do. You listen to that sermon and you're like, are you living in America? Are you dealing with the same issues the rest of us are? Do you think about them? Do you think about what the Bible has to say about them? And the answer is a kind of deafening silence, like, no, I know, I guess I never think about them. I'm still telling you about, you know, really what Cain and Abel got into a fight. I'm still telling you about what happened on the streets of Jerusalem in the first century AD. And we want to hear those things, but we also want their application. What does that have to do with the life and the world and the issues we're facing today? All right. So this guy, Tucker, the pastor. His name is Ron Tucker. He is hardcore. He attacks woke ideology. This woke ideology is separating people into groups and taking on nation apart. It's being taught in our schools under the heading of critical race theory. The way you get promoted in a woke business is based on your degree of victimhood and then my favorite line, I mean, would you trust someone to fly your plane just because they're part of a minority? What he's getting at is affirmative action.

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Goldschmidt, Pujols lift Cardinals to 11-3 win over Reds

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

Goldschmidt, Pujols lift Cardinals to 11-3 win over Reds

"Paul Goldschmidt hit his 20th home run of the season and drove in three runs to help the Saint Louis Cardinals beat the Cincinnati reds 11 to three Saturday Miles Michael is allowed to lead off home run to Jonathan India but otherwise blank the reds on three hits in 7 innings Goldschmidt's second inning home run was the 300th of his career It was a good day You know I had a Homer help us win but it's not like it's a goal or anything like that so I'm glad I could help us win And try to play tomorrow The Cardinals have won two in a row and entered play two games behind Milwaukee in the national league central division David Solomon St. Louis

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Gorman's home run propels Cardinals past Reds 7-3

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

Gorman's home run propels Cardinals past Reds 7-3

"The Cardinals defeat the reds 7 to three getting a big night at the plate from second baseman brynden Donovan who delivers two hits and three runs batted in I just want to contribute That's all I want to do I want to contribute no matter how and that's driving in runs or scoring runs whatever it is Nolan Gorman bashes his 9th home run of the season as St. Louis wins for the fourth time in 6 games Kyle farmer drives in a pair of runs for Cincinnati as they lose for just the second time in 8 games Andrei Ponte wins on the hill hunter green suffers the loss to save goes to Ryan helsley Mike Reeves St. Louis

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"st. louis" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

03:18 min | 8 months ago

"st. louis" Discussed on CarCast

"Just kinda wanna do something. Hey, yeah. Oh, it's not that I need to do. It's like really kind of want to. I don't know, just to see the reaction. And it's fun, right? It's like fun to do silly stuff. It's fine. A lot of the goldbergs. Okay, so I want to touch on this. So apparently someone from Chevrolet, one of the product marketing managers over there was on a podcast recently. And they were asking him about the Z06, the new Z06, it looks fantastic. It's fast. It sounds great. And they're saying, well, what's the pricing going to come in at? And we heard rumors of a hundred grand. And then he kind of danced around it, but it was basically saying that the stingray to Z06 base price of the stingray versus the Z06 base price. The gap in between there would be about on par with what the previous gen Corvette was. So the previous gen Corvette started it a little bit lower. So this thing right now, the C 8 is a little bit higher. So what does that what does that mean? It'll be a 120. That's what it means. No surprisingly, he's saying that gap was smaller than what we thought before, something like 20%. So if you apply that now, this could the Z06 could come in base price mind you under 90 grand. There could be 89 9 9 5 somewhere around there. It could basically be 90,000. To the previous model, which was the previous model was 78,000. So respectable. Yeah, maybe we're talking ten, 12 grand over what it was before, knowing what you're getting. And certainly worth it. There's probably going to be a handful of options and a lot of people want that track pack with the really aggressive stuff. And that'll probably add 18 to 20 grand on top of it. But I mean, you're probably into a really nice Z06 for under a hundred grand if you want and probably under one 20 if you wanted outfitted with pretty much everything. And you're talking sub three seconds zero to 60 times that sound that flat play. A lot of car for the amount of money that lesser cars are being sold for now to put it. Listen, absolutely. Now, let's not talk about the bullshit $30,000 markup dealers are probably going to be asking for, but that aside that aside, if GM and Chevrolet can get this thing base price of anywhere around 90,000 bucks, I say kudos you guys holy shit, great job. I think that would be a fantastic, a fantastic number for sure. We're all used small people who can fit in that car. That's right, I'm gonna fit in it. Love you guys tell you about trico, let me guys. Let me tell you guys about tricho over a century ago, trica was the first to make wiper blades. They've been a step ahead of mother nature ever since. Engineers, they study your specific driving conditions to make sure you're ready for anything, even if it rains actual cats and dogs. I got a little tiny crack in the windshield of my Mach one already. It could be for something like this..

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"st. louis" Discussed on Imagine a Place

Imagine a Place

04:35 min | 11 months ago

"st. louis" Discussed on Imagine a Place

"You are shortcutting. Yes. Maybe your thought process. And over time, those shortcuts can create, you know. Yeah. Pretty large. Gap or can create pain, like you said, it could hurt others, and it's interesting to kind of wonder about bias in that perspective. Yeah. And when you think about patterns in decision making and the way the brain works and tries to be more efficient, you're kind of you think about a dog that walks around the edge of a fence and over time that grass deteriorates and then you've got this kind of rut, right? Well, the deeper that gets because of your continued pattern of behavior, the harder it is to get out of it. Wow. So then it becomes very difficult to change behavior and people struggle with that, especially when they've been walking in that same rut, their entire life, and then all of a sudden, an epiphany happens. Well, even if you kind of stay away from the red at first, you might find yourself back in it because that's just what you've been doing your entire life. So it's interesting. And it kind of goes along with what you just said. Same thing with algorithms,.

"st. louis" Discussed on Imagine a Place

Imagine a Place

07:40 min | 11 months ago

"st. louis" Discussed on Imagine a Place

"Something you're not really sure, but now you get to really research and create and identify things. And maybe ways that people haven't before because it hasn't been thought of to do anything differently. But within that space, you do get people who will try to undermine you or tell you, you don't know what you're doing. Or, you know, just not trust that you have the ability to figure that out. And I think it's really important in when that happens to believe in yourself, know who you are, reflect on the things that you have accomplished, or even the failures, because you've learned something there, too. And try to ask more questions to those people who are conflicted about what you can do. And understand what their fear is. And if you can kind of navigate that in a conversation with that person who might be feeling a little hesitant then there's something that's good that can come out of that. And maybe there's a common ground or there's a way of collaboration, you know, it's always any time I feel like there's a conflict. The best thing to do is to ask questions and try to get to that underlying issue because there's always something that there's a pin in that you're not saying that you can't get that thorn out, you know? So I always bear on the side of asking questions to find out well what is the feeling here that you're having that is causing you to say that or why would you think that about me or, you know, questioning your abilities, you know, I feel like asking questions to better understand. And if the answer is, you're inexperienced, and you can say, well, I might be inexperienced in this, but I have done XYZ and I know that I can do ABC. And I'm willing to go there, even with you, to char to try to figure that out, you know? So it's always kind of a give and take and trying to manage people, really. And manage their emotions because it's stemming from something. And being able to really talk to people and get through to them and build that trust. Yeah, that's it. That's really good advice. And that's actually harder than it sounds. Probably just because probably the easy thing to do is to not go there. But you can't really text that stuff out either. You have to be face to face. You can't text it out. That's funny. What's the best advice you've ever received? What's the best piece of advice or line of advice you were given? And who gave it to you? Or where did you read it? Or see it? Any of that? This goes along with what you just said, actually, though. So I have a friend, his name's Jason wells. And he was a former professional basketball player. He played overseas. And he is on to his second career as well. And so we have a lot of deep conversations. He's a motivator, a speaker, an educator, a coach, and a really trying to kind of have a lot of conversations around identity and things like that. And one of our conversations, we talked about telling your story and he said your story told through your narrative may be the only way someone needs to hear it for that person in that way. That's pretty strong. Yeah. Wow. It's really kind of cool to think about because I think everyone is hesitant on sharing personal things, which is very natural. And even if they think someone else is going through that, you kind of still keep a lot of things to yourself. And then they think, well, if I tell it, it's not really going to reach people or it's not really going to reach people in the way that I think it should or maybe it won't reach people at all. Or if it's just one person, if it's just one person that needs to hear that, that's an amazing story. That's power right there. That is so powerful to be able to say that even if just one person hears it and resonates with it, sharing the story was worth it. Right. So that was a really good one. The other one that we talked about because we were talking about biases, being a white woman was like, oh, you know, where are my biases? I need to reflect on this. I need to make sure I'm not offending people or because of the way I grew up or what my experience is like what, you know, we were talking about biases, and he goes, Sam, Sam, you can calm down. Like a bias is just a way of making a decision, you like apple's or bananas. You have a bias towards that. Like it's not bad, but if you're hurting someone else, then your bias is bad. So that was another one that I thought was really impactful. And started changed the way I started thinking about things as, okay, well, you're going to be shortening the way you make decisions because it's just more efficient, right? But when you're consistently making decisions that hurt other people, that is damaging. And just being aware of that, I think, is powerful. And having those communications are powerful. So those were two quotes that I'll share from Jason wells. I love those quotes. And, you know, this the bias. It was interesting. I learned a little bit about the brain recently. And why we have habits. I mean, the brain is this consumer of energy. We consume 25% of our energy. And okay, that's a lot. So it's always seeking ways to be more efficient. Okay, so then it creates habits habits. Take the thinking of things, efficiency is created. And it's like, wow, efficiency can be very damaging. If it's done through a lens of bias, this bias is kind of has a next door neighbor is an external habit. Let's just say..

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"st. louis" Discussed on Imagine a Place

Imagine a Place

07:01 min | 11 months ago

"st. louis" Discussed on Imagine a Place

"Look at the show notes, we've dropped a link in there for you. Now, back to the episode. One of my favorite quotes, the mayor of Medellín, he said, public space is the space of equality. And something in that quote just clicked for me. And I think that everyone deserves good public space, well designed spaces, inclusive spaces, accessible spaces, and there's things that we can do in the built environment that really offer opportunities for playful learning or engagement or building social capital. And the more that we can do things like that, the more that we can build up neighborhoods more organically versus bulldozing things over and starting over. You know, we can start to really create community and inclusivity around what we're doing , which is why we do so much community engagement. We want people to really feel like they have a say in what we're developing for their community. And we want them to embrace it. If we're not providing value with what people need, then we're really not doing any service. So keeping a box or something. Right, exactly. So I think it's a public space as a way that we can start at the ground level literally. And start building more equality and creating opportunities for communities to build up organically and then start to move forward as we're seeing the rest of the world is. Yeah, I think you might have come up with the title of this space is the space of equality. Isn't that a great quote? It's a great quote. I want to talk about advice. I want to ask you about advice that you have for others, but I want to start with advice that you have for yourself. So let's say you go back, you meet your 16 year old self. It could be life advice. It could be career advice. It could be anything. What would you tell that person? That young woman who just got her driver's license. Go slower. Go slower. Definitely a speed demon when I got my license. Oh, probably some of the same stuff I'd say now. Don't overwork yourself. Don't beat yourself up when things might not go as you saw them. Or as you intended them to go. And I think that being flexible and keeping in mind that you're constantly learning. There's a lot of pressure I think to kind of have it all figured out, especially when you're starting a business and people are looking to you to provide that service and solve all the problems. And what I've found is that transparency and honesty and just saying, you know, I'm not this expert, but I'm willing to make that happen is something that's really powerful and it provides this way of trust and kind of allows people to come in and do this together versus. It's all on you. But also say do what you do best and rely on other people for help and things that they do best. So, you know, we've got a great team of people and there's no way that I could have done any of this without any of them. So strong shout out to the team because what they've been able to accomplish is amazing. Did you ever face any challenges as a young female entrepreneur? Yes. And mostly that's hard to talk about. It's very it's a misogynistic tale, you know? It's a little sexist. It's people maybe not taking you so seriously. And I feel like this part, maybe you should be off the record. But it's more because it's still uncomfortable, but it's more like in the last 5 years. This has been very visible to me and very obvious. And just, you know, it's not everywhere, but I was surprised because it was something as someone who's an optimist who believes in good hearted people and it gives everyone an opportunity for trust and there's some people who will trust you automatically and there's other people who you have to build trust with. And the people that trust you automatically, they're going to give you the benefit of the doubt that people who you have to build trust with. They've got a wall there that you have to kind of knock down that boundary. And after you continue to do good work, you might get through to them. But that's what we're mostly dealing with now. And I totally understand it. You know, I'm here to help navigate that and try to build trust. I'm not here to disappoint anyone or to build something and then go away, you know? So it's been a different type of challenge, but there are still some obstacles when it comes to getting people to maybe buy in or build that trust in and want to work with you. So. When I saw you reflecting on yourself and you're like, you know, I can tell you put a lot of pressure on yourself to have it all. Have it all together, right? What you were describing, and it was like, hey, it's okay to lean on other people for help. It's okay to not have not have it all figured out, right? And clearly you've done a great job of navigating your career and your passion. I totally agree, but I did. I don't know. There was a little hesitancy and I just felt like there's an obstacle there. Yeah. That maybe you just hadn't talked about yet. Yeah. Well, I was go back to what you just said about not having it all figured out. And I think that I really do think that is the fun part because you get to create a solution and I feel like I definitely thrive in that arena where you're thrown into.

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"st. louis" Discussed on Imagine a Place

Imagine a Place

07:51 min | 11 months ago

"st. louis" Discussed on Imagine a Place

"I always find myself sketching. I'll take a photo on my iPhone, and then I'll just start sketching ideas over it. And I realized that I had been doing this for years. And I never did anything with them. So I finally decided, okay, well, I'm gonna put some concepts together around activating the streets. No one was quite ready to take on temporary activation just yet for street festivals or parties or anything, just being pandemic and the state that we were in. But St. Louis also has a large vacancy problem. So I thought, okay, well let's tackle two birds with one stone, create community space, solve that vacancy problem. And started posting some of these sketches online and talking about the concept. What was your first sketch? Okay, the first sketch was tenth and locust and it's a long linear lot. Next to a loft building. So there's a large wall. And there's about 20 feet of space before you get to any Windows. So I'm thinking perfect racquetball. And so I actually sketched out a racket ball court and it's, you know, any amateur sketch. I love sketching, but this was a fast, let's get an idea down sort of like you see those architectural sketches in black and white that just look like scribbles, it's that kind of sketch. But I posted it and almost immediately it got picked up by news channel 5. And so I was not ready for this. I talked to his name's rennie. He's one of the reporters there. And I said, you know, I'll talk to you, but can we wait to air anything? And he's like, oh, well, maybe, but. But what I've found is that when you do start talking about a project, more people will come to that project and start supporting that project. And soon you'll have all this support and you'll be able to further what you're trying to do. And so I trusted him. We aired story and I kid you not ever since then. It's been like Domino's falling. And, you know, for perspective, we incorporated in January. And it is September, and we have four parks. Which is insane. I do have a goal or is it just folding naturally? Unfolding naturally, you know, people ask me if there's a number in mind or if I want to expand to cities and my answer is always been, as long as we're still providing value, then we're doing our job. You know, we're doing something right. If that grows past four parks, if that extends to other cities, that's something we're interested in, and we will absolutely do it. But as long as we're always providing value and not my concern now is making sure that we can support what we have already built. Because maintenance and ongoing maintenance is a big consideration and making sure that the parks stay beautiful and activated so that they continue to actually be an asset to the community is very important. So we're not just coming in and developing and saying, see you later, we want to make sure that we're following through on our mission to really provide value in that community. You know, the talent that I think designers often have is to see something that's not there. And that becomes like a talent that maybe for designers who have been thinking this way for a long time is just second nature to so much of the world, it's hard, it's hard to even go there, right? And so it's really great that you kind of put that to work very literally. Just instantly in the spaces. You know, I'm sure there's things like this out there, right? But has it been kind of branded in a way that you've created branding and awareness? That stuff matters. You don't want to be the tree that falls in the forest. Nobody hears. Yeah. No, I totally agree. You know, this isn't a new concept. We're not the first to do it. You know, there's a lot of other nonprofits doing great work, especially when it comes to vacancy and community matters. But I do think that there's something to be said about how we're coming in and creating this brand or this image that people can then recognize and start to see repeated time and time again. And then it becomes sort of this excitement and expectation and, you know, people really gravitate, I think towards it. And, you know, with the experience economy and everyone posting photos on Instagram, you know, we really want to leverage that. Not to just be another selfie wall, but being a selfie while actually does a lot more than what people think because it's activating the space. People are constantly coming and going and more people activating a space means the safer that street is because there's more people on it. It could also mean that there's more people patronizing local businesses on that street. And it kind of creates some more desirable look and feel that then really changes that entire block to make that a more desirable place to live or work or visit. So there's a lot of these subtle little things we can do. And you know, we think about gorilla urbanism or tactile or urbanism, where they're low cost, big impact, and it really provides so much more value than just a selfie wall. You know? Yeah, I see it. I can feel the passion behind what you're saying and I can imagine that happening. So that's really cool. I mean, are you born and raised in St. Louis? So I always say yes to this question, but really the answer is just outside and Columbia, Illinois, but I've been in St. Louis, my entire adult life, so. All right, we'll count it. Yeah. So what is it about St. Louis? What do you love? About St. Louis. I mean, for one, it's home. And back to what you're saying about being a designer and being an optimist. I see so much potential. And I see things that other people might not see, you know? St. Louis, sometimes gets a bad reputation for various things that happen here. But we never really see the other side of that highlighted. And I'm really proud of all the people at STL made for making that initiative to even change internal perspective of the city, because we really have a great city and there's so many great things here to do to see. We have an amazing park. We have an amazing zoo and museums. And I want to sort of dissect these really cool elements and put them in the hearts of neighborhoods. And bring those really attractive, cool, desirable pieces to.

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"st. louis" Discussed on Let's Get Civical

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10:18 min | 1 year ago

"st. louis" Discussed on Let's Get Civical

"The gateway arch. And this is talking about like code protocols to help facilitate social distancing gas will be limited under ten minutes at the top of the arch. There are no restroom or dining facilities at the top of the gateway arch. So if you have to do it before you go out on the tram Yeah she can't do it. On top makes sense there were two. So where would it go. It's not structurally sound for that. It's already so forth. it's already snowing toilet there. Could you imagine swaying eighteen inches on a toilet. In the in the i i would just. I've just drama myself. I couldn't handle. I couldn't have you had K. you guys. Let's talk about my favorite thing in the world. It's time for fun. Facts impacts impacts on tax and. These are all coming from architectural digest. So the arches two legs were built separately. And if they're measurements were off by as little as one sixty fourth of an inch. They would not have been able to join at the top. The stainless steel pieces of the arch were shipped in via train from pennsylvania and had to be assembled on site welders had to work extraordinarily carefully to ensure their measurements. Were precise the margin of error allowed was less than half a millimeter though. The construction workers were sure of their product. Many people speculated that the arch would fall when the last piece at the top of the arch was set in place to join the legs. It didn't of course it dissolve. I'm kind of like. I'm kind of like with everybody else. Who's like this is gonna fall. Yeah i don't like. I understand that there's engineering and understand that. Like their isaac newton laws that play to keep it from not falling. But i don't. I don't know i don't like it. I don't like i don't like it's not having anything below me. I know it's a funny thing to do it to like an all. You're just like me that they didn't use harnesses. How are they doing this. Like how are they doing nilsson Pen and paper two quakes. yeah No calculators giving a pencil let me do equations to like let me get a ruler and measure out exactly how long this to be in order to not fall in kill every potty cheese next fun fact. Not so fun but kinda fun. The insurance company for the project predicted that thirteen workers would die during construction. I feel like if you have a death. Count like you've an estimated death count. Don't do the project don't you. Yeah that's really funny sad with a difficult construction process that saw people working hundreds of feet in the air with no safety nets it is not too much of a surprise that the insurers expected there to be fatalities but somehow no one died during construction. The only death associated with the gateway arch was that of kenneth sewers who in nineteen eighty leapt from a plane. Po parachuted to the top of the arch and attempted to base jump to the ground. His accelerate parachute didn't deploy and he fell to his death. Who well you can't blame the arch for that. No that's not her fault. That's a bearer. Shoot problem the arch did with the arch was supposed to do. Which was sir michael landing surface. He landed. Everything's as an hair shoe. Didn't deploy all the arches continuing with our backs. There was confusion over whether the elder or the younger staring in won the design competition for the monument. Both father and son entered the competition and even though eero was chosen as the winner. Confused officials mistakenly told his father he had won the architects and their family had already had a champagne celebration to toast the senior seren and when a telegram came in came in to correct the error. I mean. at least like it's still use to champagne would be different. It was like somebody completely different completely different. All that means is that like you do another round champagne toast. Yeah it's like all right. sorry dad. But congratulations brother exactly. That's it. I think said this before but the arches as tall as it is wide though it might not look like it. The art is six hundred thirty feet tall and six hundred and thirty feet wide. Since you're not always looking at the arch straight on you experience an illusion that it's much taller than it is wide. Sure i mean. This thing is full of like optical illusion sorts of things. Yeah oh you'll love this. The unique tram system was invented by man with no no formal with exert with no formal engineering training. Absolutely was he literally. I've separately not. I all take my pictures from the ground. I will literally you will. You will not catch me. In in the saint louis arch with this nonsense. No thanks to the curved shape of the arch irregular elevator couldn't bring visitors from the base to the top sarunas firm called the montgomery elevator company in moline illinois to solve the problem. Dick voucher a college dropout whose family was in the elevator. Business happened to visit a friend who worked at the company and that friend connected him with the architect. It's all about. Who do you know who knows about network connection. The elevator world is small. I love it. it's so funny. Version was asked to design the system in just two weeks okay. Mic talking about the safety of humans find. His solution was a tram. That was part elevator impart ferris wheel. And it's very system that lists visitors to the top of the arch today. My only hope is that in the intervening years. They have had a college educated engineering person. Come in and be like yes. This is structurally safe. Yes this will not miss function absolutely absolutely This is my favorite in fact in. You're gonna be you're gonna lose rush. Et presidents are not allowed to go to the top. If it's if it's not safe enough for the president of the united states it is not safe for me. They're not allowed with the exception of president eisenhower. While sure he's the first he was the first tea like green light. It and did all this stuff to get done. The secret service has forbidden all presidents from ascending. The gateway arch due to security concerns. It is after all very tight enclosed space. The only exception was dwight eisenhower. Who signed the order for the construction of the arch in nineteen fifty four and nineteen sixty seven. When he was seventy seven years old. The former president visited saint louis to give a speech. A trip to the top was not in his itinerary but when he showed up early to the money and After it to the public he insisted on riding the tram up. So i'm like i'm like man is like but i i this is my doing. I want this man. I i i remember my mind i mean yeah. I'm kind of i'm like i feel like the security. The secret service knows more than we do because unlike yes shut it down to all other visitors and let the president go up. You know like what what isn't safe about it. Oh that's true. I didn't think about. It does make sense like there's no easy way out like how would you get somebody out if the lake. Yeah but that is a ballad question. Yeah there's no easy way out air force one and yet we're fine true true true. The arches recent or innovation is more than twice as expensive as the original cost to build it. When the archway searches the arch was built in the early sixties. It costs thirteen million dollars. More than a hundred million today when adjusted for inflation the arches recent renovation costs three hundred eighty million dollars but it was also that many was also used to renovate the park expand the museum. They added a cafe and they raised to the riverbank to prevent flooding. So isn't just spent on the arch. And larry any work. You're going to do to like raise land and prevent floodings. Bruce expensive is fine. Yeah it's fine with me. We definitely don't want flooding. I already press this arch. And it's gorgeous but i wasn't told to all of that renovation was completed in two thousand eighteen but like we weren't like we were told that it can sway up to eighteen inches. We weren't told that it could withstand flooding. I know nobody's. I failing third their drip feeding us the important information. They're like this. Which is the structurally sound. We've got but i don't it's taizhou outwear. There's there's fled possibly elements there. It's a tight enclosed space. Sh- next you're gonna tell me it's like can be melted by fire like that's what i'm expecting. Come up next away. God oh my. I love it but you guys. That's the st louis arch. Which is a junior artificially suggested that we do. Because i just thought no. I think it's great because you know. Obviously i'm not i'm not from you know the the middle of america.

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"st. louis" Discussed on Let's Get Civical

Let's Get Civical

07:51 min | 1 year ago

"st. louis" Discussed on Let's Get Civical

"In the united states and it is as wide as it is tall. She's huge. She's really big. Yeah yeah the budget came in at thirteen point. Four million employing a few hundred workers with amazingly no loss of life. Yeah i feel like we saw this at mount rushmore to where they were like no what they also didn't you there. Were no harnesses used right. Ooh crazy nothing in sixty five. Ooh yeah no. Thank you An internal tram system takes visitors to the top. Where on a clear day. They can see up to thirty miles across the winding mississippi and to the great plains to the west he is love. Early visitors weren't able to enjoy the amazing views from the top as the two million transit system wasn't completed until nineteen sixty seven today up to six thousand seven hundred visitors per day. Take the four minute tram right to the top. Four minutes into their quick. it's a weird to obviously. We didn't go up but like it's a somebody was describing us that it's like a. It's a weird because it's an art. It's not like a elevator. It's like a weird hod type thing And then there's like these little windows and you can see them if you look at the top of the arch You can see them. They're like little like almost like submarine windows but like oval in 'cause i don't know that it's that big and it's not like you have like a regular elevator to global pod thing i love it. Yeah in addition to the gateway arch the jefferson expansion. Memorial includes the museum of westward expansion. And the old courthouse of saint louis. Where two of the famous dread scott's slavery cases were heard in eighteen sixties. So it's in this hub Her story yeah. Also i would love to go to the museum of westward expansion. Just manifest the destiny for me. What a great great time. Were just like kit. Going keep going out. We hit talking. Just keep walking west and west stop. Don't stop so this talk about building. The arch nets. The gateway arch was designed by finnish born american educated architect. Eero serena n- his first name is e. r. o. In his last name is s. a. r. i n. e. n. very finish Very finished speaking of fenland were currently charting and finland so shout tie an issue. This is not good. This is not a good moment for us as far as celebrate. Sorry don't know how to pronounce his name from various artists. Can yell at us on the on the social media this time. 'cause i'm very sorry about that pronunciation and it was erected. The arches erected to commemorate president. Thomas jefferson's louisiana purchase of eighteen or three and to celebrate saint louis is role in the rapid westward expansion. That followed i think i i mean i think having the saint louis arches is obviously amazing. And i'm glad that we do have it. But i do think that they were grasping at straws on what to make a monument for they're like we wanna put something here but like what. What are we gonna celebrate. Among oh i know jimmer the louisiana purchase oria grains roximately like a hundred forty years ago that everybody loves louisiana purchase. They'll get it. It'll be all right. it was. It was a great purchase gray purchase. So as the market and supply point for for traders and explorers including the famous meriwether. Lewis and william clark. The town of saint grew exponentially after the war of eighteen twelve when great numbers of people began to travel by a wagon to seek their fortunes west of the mississippi. I mean i just feel like the episode on lewis and clark that we are going to do in the future Hold onto your hats. We have no. We have no current plans. But i feel i'm ready. I started that episode research at one point and then we swapped it out for something else because like there was a homage or something happened. Like yeah yeah. Yeah so we definitely have to do that episode. Yeah in nineteen forty seven. Nineteen forty eight saruman. We're just gonna say aaron and if it's not right please tell added ziauddin social media. Seran won a nationwide competition to design a monument. Honoring the spirit of the western pioneers in a sad twist defeated. The architect died of a brain tumor in nineteen sixty one and did not have to see. I know And did not live to see. The construction of his now famous arch which began in february of nineteen. Sixty three to bummer. I know poor saruman. I know according to the competitions call for submissions the new monument was to serve as quote a living memory to jefferson's vision of greater opportunities for men of all races and creeds. I don't know about that. i think. Somebody's stretching the truth here a little bit. Maybe it's jefferson himself. But i don't think that was his His what you mccall. It's slogan no. No that was not the tattoo he had on his body. Speaking of his design. Seren instead quote. The arch symbolized the gateway to the west the national expansion. And what not close quote you know. I guess gave talk less national expansion. You know blah blah blah blah like. You know what i'm saying. You know what i'm saying. You feel you feel great. I'm sure i'm sure that he gave a very eloquent answer to this question in like a different interview. Oh yeah seven reason. They pulled the the one at end whatnot. I you know who's them. What's his slake. Everybody's going west. Here's an arch to celebrate that. I love it. Sarunas designers chosen from one hundred and seventy two submissions which included animal sculptures a statue of the signing of the of the louisiana purchase and eros fathers own entry depicting a tall rectangular stone gate. So we both user so seventeen seventy. There's though there. So retro were all about arches. Now euro based his design on the qatari curve or the shape. Ah made by a free hanging chain when held at both ends which begs the question like why. I don't know like you would think there would be some kind of symbolism they're like yeah Who was in chains than the chains are now who is in chains and breaking. I mean about western expansion right. There's now lake free. There's no chains and the chain is then upside down right because shore. Yeah 'cause gravity would not allow a chain to be held up in the air like the nats true good point. Look they are not thank you. We're not the architectural geniuses. Were just trying to understand. We're gonna take a quick break for a.

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"st. louis" Discussed on Let's Get Civical

Let's Get Civical

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"st. louis" Discussed on Let's Get Civical

"Can't even remember. Where will we go and we were going to like thirty place and the the days all blend kansas city. We were going to kansas city. So i was like okay. Well we're we're traveling girlfriend. And i air traveling with the little cat and so we were like you know. Put them in his bag and he can just like you know. We'll just go. What does go and so we get in there. And i just didn't give it a second thought because he's in a bag like i don't know he's not gonna hide louis arch. We did by we. I mean me. Because i did not think it through and we get there and were like of course like it's a national monument like i was just like it was one of those moments where like i'm generally a pretty smart person was goddamn idiot like i just like. What were you thinking. It's a national monument. it's federal their security is security. But like when. I stopped by lincoln's birthplace. It was also like a national park. Federal property like no security. There was nothing and that. That's a log cabin. This is a structure. I'd say i'd say St louis arch is more of a national monument. In the sense of like the mon- yuen's we've covered before as opposed to lead in places like all right. Yeah here's here's the outline of a cabin in the woods. Yes lincoln was born somewhere around here. Oh my god so exactly so anyways. So we're like we wait or and we see this woman. She's carrying like a tiny little yappy dog and the dog to its credit is not yapping. But it's one of those tiny happy dog. Yeah and she's like kissing in holding it like is not in a bag and we wait. Wait for security to tell her whether or not she's allowed to like take this dog up and they let her through whatever. And so we go up or trying to get through ourselves. And the guys are. There's like these three security guys emulate. You would have thought that we brought like weapons of yeah uniform. You're carrying weapons because my girlfriend took the cat out of the bag to go through security and so then the cat was like with a bucket do here and we tried to carry them through their like no man no matter you know you can't come through he. There's no cats up here anyway. So i ruined her trip to the movie with by just assuming that a cat could go up into a federal monument. The fuck was insane. I'm zane stupid. And then and then your cap booked plane ticket to new york. Oh yeah made. Its way onto yankee field. And he would here. I'm outta here. I didn't want to go to the arch anywhere. I'm going to a baseball game yet. Silly love it. Cats are the theme today cats the today and but also just like selfishly. Like i wanna talk about the gateway art because it was super cool. Have you ever been short. no. I'm dan lewis hours so cool and honestly like a super cool steady highly. Recommend if you're gonna do like a dare to trip. But i was like i wanna talk about the arch because it was even just like seeing outside of it was super cool. Yeah yeah so. This is my selfish episode to talk about al. My turn you deserve it. You're you're in a bunker right now. Agreeing episodes happen. My disembodied vase is just. I love it. I love lizzie has to look at. Should i do this. sharon sources. Absolutely tell.

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"st. louis" Discussed on Let's Get Civical

Let's Get Civical

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"st. louis" Discussed on Let's Get Civical

"Welcome back to. Let's get civic i'm lizzy stewart and i'm are unwilling to hausky and do you want to tell them what you're doing right now. I eight is approximately. What the health time is it. It is six forty seven my time here in hot springs. Arkansas am we should say. I am in hot springs. Arkansas and i am currently under a blanket chess is i am trying to record in the most echoey house. I have ever been in it super cute. It's lake covered in ship lap. The most echoey of the of the of the wooded material yes the most echoey of the laps for sure and i My only recourse was to record a gigantic blanket which we have been using for picnics. And thank god is like gigantic. Because otherwise i don't know what i would do an attack crawl under my legs. Excellent so if you hear meowing here any sort of feline noises you look like you're in the the blair witch project i know. I mostly just a disembodied head because it's a dark blanket. And so the only thing lizzy can see is my head. You're shroud roof. Hsieh shroud of turin like reflection from my computer screen. And look you guys. We go above and beyond to make these episodes happen so you have to bear with us but speaking of cats i have a. Oh my god best lead or what you did you gave me such a great lead-in because not last night. The most extraordinary thing happened to me. And not just to me but to too many people. Because i was at a yankees game yesterday a home yankees game and it was just like it was what i say. It was a boring game. I mean it was a boring game. It was like the yankees were playing. Really bad other team was like fine and they were like yeah so not much not much action and then in i think it was like at the the bottom of the seventh-inning i'm i'm just kind of like chilling like watching the game and then my boyfriend goes. There's a cat on the field on the field and he starts freaking out and sure enough like right outside. The dugout of the other team is a full hat and and it was just sitting there. And i just remember being like where did he come from. Get there 'cause you know at baseball games. There is somebody at every entrance. It's not easy to to get anywhere without having to like go by somebody who's like who are you in. Is this your section and sure enough. This cat divide all all laws and just like appeared on the field in front of the dugout and at first curse the players. Were kind of like okay. Maybe we'll keep hugh keelan. Do we hold for cats. Do hold for cat. Nobody at new and then the cat made a beeline for like center. Field and adm freaks out. The players are like we clearly cannot continue with this cat fully. I mean and it was sprinting. To be fair the cow is probably like absolutely terrified because they was like look bolting across the field. It did this for like maybe a minute and it would like it. Like ran to the back of the field like jumped up on the ledge of the back in the field and sat there for like fifteen seconds. And i'm the whole time. I'm just like nobody's doing anything. The players are just standing standing there looking at this cat and then finally they send out the poor grounds crew wrangle. This cat. there's like eight of them and immediately. I'm like they're not gonna catch this cat. This cat is way too. Quick scott is doing ensuring of. It's like another three or four minutes linked to ground screw kind of like closing in on the cat and the cat bolting and then the stadium erupting because we won the cats and not get caught. We right we want this to. If this was the whole rest of the game i would have had. Its third clearly the most exciting thing that you guys had seen that day literally in this year it was like when i say i lost my absolute mind. I i lost my absolute mind because it was just so surreal that it was happening and that it took them so long to like rangel. The cat that. I've oh my god. I look at national television. Because i'm pat you there. Replaying that moment and is was there do does your Does your instagram feed. Also include like you screaming at about and down gone on for for that. I cannot wait to get off the zoom with you and go watch that. Oh my god. It's like ten times better than the bear video. No oh my god yeah. It's bear you see animals. The way reacting seeing animals in well the beer was in its natural habitat but lake be fair. Yeah the cat on the field. I was like wait. Because i mean you think birds brought up the thing you see. It's an open it's an open. Adm don't think a full grown cat is now just saunter onto the feel. I looked it. Where i just wanna know how god there i two is. Somebody's telling you. Now i bet it's farrell stadia. There's feral cats you know it's just everywhere omega. That's crazy yovany. I love that story than i can connect it. I can follow through line of cat to connect us to our topic for today. Heck cab bring us there. So as i said i am on a month long road trip and a last week. We were in saint louis and so we were. We decided to go. There's like right now because of cova head like unless you get tickets like a week in advance you if you're trying to get them to go up in the art for like the next day or two it's you. They're not available bite. You can go see like this. Apparently really great documentary film about the gateway arch. That's like a half hour. So i bought tickets which spoiler alert. Today's episode is about the saint. Louis art So i got tickets for the movie. And i don't know what i thought like. I don't know if i thought like it was just gonna be like when you walk into the base of the of the arch early. I don't know what i thought but like we were leaving that day right after the film to go to I.

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"st. louis" Discussed on The big d zone

The big d zone

07:26 min | 1 year ago

"st. louis" Discussed on The big d zone

"With all that said i told you. We're going to be a Impact day i told you this will be aspect day on the country and Yeah so i just see when. I don't do nothing is to be so wrong moring when it got so long Boy ain't gonna get along more gonna get along. Get along boeing. Then against the along boeing I did want to tell you that. eight hundred data about not self remain in heaven tonight. Show the boring parts. Oh my on my life of you. Everybody saying when you when you when we pathway is going to be life of every other Near devil's marion things that they're going to have life of you and all that and Show the statement. One when i interact with people like that so the exciting ones when i go on trips. Don't show the barn pause when i'm alone apartment and all like that and doing nothing i mean for people watching sweet and letting people watching the sleep okay. I don't know what i'm going to be coming up with my State of the union address fifty. I thought so wait a minute. I thought january february was going to be the date that they had the state of dna. And so i'm wrong am i. Wrong is another monk that they do the state of the union or is it later this month of used because i think we have the state of the union later last year because the start of the pandemic again. I think we will coming off the life or uptown. Didn't even know how the state of the union be trump president trump was gonna go into congress or doing the at zoom or whatever. But he didn't want the congress that was the one that I think that was the one that before he passed Russ limbaugh had the metal freedom on that. I remember that vividly. Remember like like like tom adult anyway. All yeah so. I have put the class in for the class clown comedy in the podcast yet. Martha classrooms trying to trying to I'm trying to stand out But the classes going to be called clown Comedy car cast and Explain how to put comedy. Class fall into podcast. All i have some solidity yet today it up into the email hopefully once. I did these two to three classes. The edited to podcasts world. yeah. Then i'm still trying to figure out how the heck that i will finish this course and it's crazy because when you eating a mind cleveland everything else in the pandemic you know contain thing so anyway i'm white be scheduling my State of the union. Mid-march meant Or before april. Because i don't know. I try to wait to the rest of the world. Student stated deal i don. I don't know i. I have to go with the one. He wants me to do. The state of the union for fifty countries figured out. We'll figure out that you have any suggestions. show After and comment anytime. Will you see this podcast when you get to the zone And anybody else could answer. Well should i do the state at the union before president of biden and before my State's governor Do their state of the union so state of the state or should i wait for them to do their state of the saints so opinions natta I'm gonna lay flee opinion Also i think you should you be able to use voice message and if you leave voice messages on this opinion and if i like it i'll play it on on a certain segment. The next turn statement on big d though so if you wanna get on this. I'm trying to at a audience participation on so you wanna get on this on this program anthony different. Should i wait to Get the state of the union after president biden and after the governor of my state or before our before the biden and before the A before the Governor on my state. And i can't think wow so You could eat a li comment on my facebook or facebook. The country llc which is very active on their now and then I'm also at the twitter at mckee. Country dot com And or you can leave a voice message and possibly get a shot on being on part of the ball of audience segment of the big deal. Though who. I'm going to try to make have questions Up with questions. So maybe the Say that people will have a chance to come on this show. Okay because they got a way to have audio methods on the show and it's really neat though i would like to try it so if you wanna be on the show leaving on You listening from anchor If you're listening from anka leave a message for you got you got Actually also leave it on Vicky country llc facebook page you can type out the common. What i should Late for the president. And wait for the governor or go ahead before. So i'm going to try to do some more polls like this To get more than sensitive well though. I'm pretty sure that You all day about different things that are going on your neck in the world though i where out and this is the thing has got to stop that stop please..

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"st. louis" Discussed on The big d zone

The big d zone

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"st. louis" Discussed on The big d zone

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"st. louis" Discussed on The big d zone

The big d zone

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"st. louis" Discussed on The big d zone

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"st. louis" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

11:17 min | 2 years ago

"st. louis" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

"Come what a real title thick. Oh Gosh come on Bro. Shit on all of the Martins and Jeremy Alex and John Greta everyone on. I mean that's what you want. Go for it but I mean who can can we. Can we have a couple of racist to warm up rolled. We only got like. There's only like eight or nine of these things. I know who picked for the friendless right. Yeah he's fifteen down now that's the problem. You got no room for error right. I think race and he just he just he he has his shot. Okay Okay but you're still all right. Okay okay so we each I get it bad started. Okay bad start to the cause that crash like so. Why do we think it starts at Anaheim? We're going to be just Hunky Dory you know through this out there on twitter and people thought it was insane but especially. I was guard changing of the guard. That didn't that. INSTAGRAM didn't age well but to start. Yamaha's we know are super fast. I know you don't know firsthand. Sti On that's right it but honestly the starts in supercross have not been good for most of those guys for exceptionally bad but in general I don't know like we've remember Washington will last year then. What five bikes into the first? Turn something different and supercross and Cooper is an unbelievably good starter. It's been okay. France is really bad. I don't I don't know what the different I mean. There's a huge difference. Seen an outdoor start at an indoor star but to me they have start problems more often than they have really good starts in supercross. I know that sounds insane. Because their bikes fast. But I don't know if they really or it's degrade or something I think you're you're you're you're going a little bit too hard with it is because think of the starts of Justin Cooper last year in supercross where they unbelievable they were very very good. Maybe not unbelievable. But very pulled like every show cooper was right there he was okay. It wasn't as good as he was outdoors. Okay outdoor starts. Were those. Were the unbelievable. Let you know when I ride the bike. Okay we've got geico lined up to ride. So we're putting heat on Wilbur. That we give thanks but then he says if we'd rather go by starbucks we said well. We're never going to ride starbucks. What does it matter and then he said you so? It's yeah lots of drama. Hey look the Down here okay. So Yeah Did you guys notice supercross. Folks come mm along way with acknowledging the motive of the Monica series. I it's been a changing of the guard and they do a good job and now they've ever have you know for a long time. Ralph would just be like and you'll see all these guys in October. You know so I get that but did you see the preview thing about our did about a in. This in. The stadium played a couple times. That was a little harsh I thought they. Jt you see. I did not see they talk about Adam. Ricky's narrating it. They yeah yeah what part of it. I saw part of one talk about them and they say he's as crushing Las Vegas blow. You know what I mean and and all this stuff that went down in Vegas and everything else but five months on slater and I'm like sitting there going looking for the motocross shot five months later. That's around the time frame. Whatever he rebounded the monster cuff to have full redemption in like what what what he just wanted the most motocross titles are twice as hard to win a supercross title typically plus us and maybe more and the kid did that and crushed and they don't bring that up come on man? You can talk about the Monster Cup. Because he didn't win that great job on that he won on super mini track. That's awesome but I mean they're not mentioned the motocross stuff in the stadium. I'm just like come long guys. That's my race. DHEC rant of this podcast so yeah it's funny like at the beginning of this show. I said no the rocks in getting his first supercross win that is still significant. Getting a national couple of wins last year it it still needed supercross go full circle but this is different because so much of the hype of how good we expect and the world seems. Expect Adam to be this year is partially because it's more because of that outdoor title of he could finally do it he can hold it together. He's finally matured. The Monster Cup is a one off race. It's not the more hype is coming from. He finally got to fifty title. Yes then he won Monster Cup Auto Superman check order to ever. I'm just saying it's a one race deal and not everybody's there you an outdoor title. I mean the whole book anonymous always been. We know he's fast. Can you hold it together. We can hold it together so so yes I agree and all you gotta do. I'm saying like yeah just put in one shot of upholding the number one flight but he would bounce back in outdoor motocross championship in an is four fifty debut have you ever even motorcross quote unquote expert. Right like supercross has always been better for Adam to win. The Tour de motorcars title is amazing. Then he deserves all the credit for that right so right so I'm with you that it doesn't tell the story I I feel. The story is better if you put that part in their one one hundred percent yeah so. Jt Yeah I agree with you. I think we've seen a pattern here. Where where they're gonNA stick to their series but yes to tell the full story it should have been in? There have been coming around a little bit though talking about motor series more. Yeah I I don't know the official policy it's definitely mentioned here and there for sure. Yeah Yeah and even even have you ever heard jerk off again doing the voice oversaw the nationals. On the jumbotron summer series. They don't they don't call anymore. It's finding yeah exactly so. Yeah yeah this one was odd because yeah I know what you're saying. We don't really expect to hear this anymore and I was like wait. What what exactly? Yeah we as my voice in Cooper webs opening ceremonies video. That's cool I didn't I didn't really realize that. Yeah you did not recognize yourself no come from the preseason show the something something all right good. Jaffer Dr Kelly by the way and Aaron Tan. TJ Did you pick tanning fantasy. I did not okay so you didn't live without experience too scary for me. Right right. Ludovic from France Ludovic Lubitsch Matair Tair. Yep He was going. He was feisty with somebody like in practice. Maybe the heat race he was. He went back Cooper if somebody like factory rider like went back tournament. Oh Boy Ludovic not scared so yeah okay Anaheim to this weekend. So it's the triple crown triple crown. I one triple crown gangs no ways it. I thought it was Glendale. Oh I thought it was a two. Oh I'm traditionally been a two. I'm asking all right. I thought it was. I let me see. There's probably have shoot. It's PODCASTS. Already been low on quality. And now we're GONNA DO I. Yes eighty-two has traditionally been in and I assume that to then I thought I heard okay. I'm going to throw another thing. Is there or a day race this year. Well my one. That's a couple of hours earlier. Oakland is two hours earlier and by the way breaking news. I I will make my triumphant return. Hoaglund you're going to Oakland twenty. I'm going to Oakland Baby. I I'm in years. Yes I mean. Why not the stadiums beautiful? Why not it's a good race though? I just been informed. That Glendale triple crown. Glendale is the first this one. Yes so not a two. Yeah Dan. College is Salt Lake City so and then Oakland is a little bit gets done earlier. The Glenn Dale Dallas and Vegas. Okay Oh Vegas triple crown okay. Glendale Dallas okay. One Way to wrap up the series. It's going to end in Salt Lake the next week. Okay Yep well anything else Saint Louis good dirty with the NACHO ground good dirt a good crowd where we're happy to be back in Saint Louis. Attendance wasn't great It was okay I thought it was okay. Did Not Great. I'll agree with you for once. Wants but it was okay. It was okay. Anton Order Pizza in the press box. They made up for the the buckle. That was the MAC and cheese. Yes and Barbecue chicken and So that was great. Thanks to the Anton for that. Put on a show. The Anton brothers. They really came through Anton his triumphant return they. They told us where to go. They hung out. I feel like they really did a good job. There's a lot of pressure I was looking for the opening ceremonies video of heart and Anton John Comes home. Jt Chad Yamaha. And all that you know and you hard on there being like I know but I know Vegas what it feels like to come home. Yep Yep Anton with a scarf on and maybe some more see blasting the background. Yep Okay Ah they came. They came up They they wanted to hang out. I think last night though too right. Yeah Anton other brother Organiz the after party. But we're not we're too old and we have too much work to do. Yeah J. J. Leaves Point three seconds after the checkered flag falls every every week so true. Jt You don't hang out in the pits. He's out of there. Oh I didn't know that so I don't necessarily have like once. My duties are done what to do. I don't have interviews to do or anything. I'm not sure what you want on research. This podcast Bro. That's what I spend bikes fourteen hours on race day. Therefore I was I was at the track at like seven fifty five. Am and it's all. It's all new once the race APP. It's man you got to start Chris. Keith was there all day and struggling struggling to cover the night program now. So He's unbelievable. I mean he must have said. I don't know how you guys do this. I don't know how you do this twenty times. So he said that at nine fifteen local time which is our California right. Yes yes so. Seven fifty in California time. I don't know how you guys do this yes. Jt It's up what he's standing up in the press box and he's moving and we're like what are you doing our fall asleep. I'm like what are you NOCCO. Nate God so anyways for life on their own no not at all he. He is not at all for life on the road. He's like I feel like this is just been one big day one day so yeah it is. Yeah I auto is awesome so are.

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"st. louis" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

10:36 min | 2 years ago

"st. louis" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

"I didn't even know this existed places or the APP so do it sounds cool alias guys. Welcome onboard for reviews for that they either either one of you know what fight. Oh cannabinoid are I. Don't either but this one has the highest concentration of them. Okay that's good. Yeah that's a good thing like I said I was skeptical. I use it on my knee. It helped they really did so. I just wanted to different. CD Companies Stockton to help. That's yeah we're using it on your elbow wrist or something to yes I was. Yes yes yes I was. It was using inside of my elbows. There was hurting from mountain biking. So but the neat thing is what I really noticed. It definitely helped that so Saint Louis let's get a live show. I came out to the Motor Museum there in Saint Louis. What a cool place? JT TAKADA KTM dealer a motor museum and a restaurant all owned by the same gentleman. I believe and the motive museums fantastic. We put on a flyer racing Yamaha live. Show the number of technology guys. People were also on board with us. What a cool place? Yeah I've been going there for several years Just in a business sense but you wanNA talk about place. That's not really. I don't think they're in it for the money. I really don't I think the the guy that built the there's a restaurant and hotel in a Motor Museum Anna dealership all connected. I think it's just as passion because everything there is motorcycle themed So it's it's a pretty cool deal if you are a motorcycle enthusiasts as we all are. It's just a great place in your Roger Dacosta MTM generally stays there year in year out and and Yeah I mean you're talking about an all inclusive experience for supercross It's a pretty cool deal for motorcycles. Yeah thanks for coming out for the for the live show. Everybody thinks that will haunt him. Brock lover their guests. We sold the place out so yeah. It's really cool man. Our next one is in Indianapolis where one in Denver one in Vegas and maybe the add one more down the road but so keep an eye on pubmed dot com or racer x online for tickets. So yeah thanks. We'll does. He sings while I get all my gosh. Go that got to take a punch like it's just you guys with the star raising the thing. I mean hey will. Haunt has been the the butt of jokes the years I made the joke that When Red Bud was having the donations and everyone was wondering who'd be on team Puerto Rico? I said he was actually the team captain of the Virgin Islands and he laughed. He enjoyed that. But it's you've taken it to another level now of not being able to test the star Yamaha bike no right so brutal you're so on. The fans are brutal. It's unbelievable yeah while he deserves it so true Yeah so it was a fun. Time and Brock Lover. Of course Good stories Brock's proctor legends. So six time Ama motocross champion. All right let's get in Saint Louis so I said last week that this was a big weekend. For Kenny neurotoxin telemaque both of them were subpar in Anaheim and they showed me enough ozzy rocks and won the damn thing got a terrible start ended up fourth a little bit of luck getting that fourth but still hero very well to charge the back. He was fast day. He looked alive old. And I'm good leauge. I'm good. No no worries her. Yeah I don't know if people watch on. TV If they saw the TELMEX start might have just seemed like a fourth. And I did see some comments. It's like Toma can't get through these guys. He was eighteenth. I saw the rolling four riders behind him essentially on the first rhythm to get four. That's fine that's way better than Anaheim won and then obviously rocks in the win. So yeah I read the joke last week. I think I said is it a must win. I wasn't quite must win but had a theory. I I don't know if I told you this. Oh boy yeah yeah it was coming up. This is a this is slightly better than the transfer of power one but not far by just real quick here. I noticed it back around to of Twenty Ten Ranji Villa Pota- went one two and no one knew at the time eh actually was the start of them winning the next eighth straight titles and then round two of Twenty fifteen when Villalpando had retired and everybody said Hashtag. WHO's next which I feel was kind of like discounting dungy but not jt jt? You still thought don't you was the man when he was the man. Yup I credit you but everyone was like Nah. It's now rocks and Zahra. Maybe it's allies era. The new guys are moving up and Eli rocks and battled one two. They left Dungy in the dust at round two. And I'm like yeah there it is. It's just this is how it works. It's just the evolution. So based Don Scenes Rollo being so good at Anaheim and web being so good Anaheim despite being sick. I'm like maybe this is just. We're at maybe. We've just moved on to the next. You know three or four years younger group of guys but maybe not doesn't look that way now so hoping for an A. C.. Web wanted to telling everyone that the guard had shifted like there was there was a changing of the guard. There were there were several text throughout the week. Has the guard changed career and despite the fact that in two thousand fifteen. The guard didn't change than Dungy went on to win three straight titles. Despite the fact that it's only worked out fifty percent of it only happened. Why gone forever searches for the one thousand nine hundred season? He forever looks for Nineteen Ninety season. That's that's his goal in life. All right you're not. You're not too shy about that yourself. Okay all surfing for nineteen ninety. Goodyear Goodyear wants to be inside of the track at Fulton County stadium cheering. Rj One more more time would it was actually a great time. Okay yeah so the JT. We're good rocks and tarmac. We're fun yeah I was. I mean Roxanne's ride goes without saying Heat race and the main event. I mean he he got done period But I think Tomac McBride was underrated and if you just look at the results you get another not podium but he was writing very very well I mean stop me if you've heard this before but it's star held back as result but his writing was on a completely different level than it wasn't Anaheim. Yeah yeah absolutely. Yeah Look Great Hey so wins almost three years to the day of his last win and like I just got I feel like I just yell into a wind tunnel sometimes and no one cares and no one hears me like. He's won before people he won. Lucas oil pro motorcross ASEAN chip. Like I know it's different. I know supercross motocross a different. And I'm the first one is yellow about that because McGrath and Carmichael and all of that I get that they're different. I get it but a motorcross overall win is pretty damn gnarly and Roxanne has one and he's got moto wins like if he didn't win win a supercross ever again. I'd be like wow. That's well I wanna be like that sucks. Second of all I'd be like well. He's still came back from his arm injuries. He came back. He won motocross national. Also I know I know the supercross thing is you know special and and even Kenny acted like it was you know. So who am I to say this but we just like yeah the guy one already man he want he made it back. He made it all. This isn't some sort of coronation of rocks and making all. He already made it all the way back to me. Now Hi disagree okay. Look no one. No one has reason to try to rate the Lucas oil promote across win as the same as I do 'cause as I make a lot of extra income and now I'm sure right. Now your your your paycheck. We'll be docked if you knew how to agree with me. Let's see NBC Pays me an additional title theaters. Racist do not. That's what the extra money comes from salary. A year long is the same but the NBC. Money is Nice but look I think Vegas different because we all know. Iraq's got hurt Roxie got hurt in supercross so to me the completion of the tail. Really to come back in a supercross race. He got hurt supercross race. He actually got hurt at what his last win was round two three years ago so to me. It's a little more of a full circle to do it in supercross. I didn't feel like it. It was quite same mentally. I can't I can't this isn't GonNa be the Hill I die on I get it the Cherry on top of the Sunday. He made it all the way back. He he led super-cross two turns to go all this stuff. It's good but I don't know where were you at. Jt were you out on this break. This tie I think I know where he's at he's disagreeing with me. That's where I mean. That's why I went to them. Okay okay I think it's a fair assumption in any case so so we'll just have to the trend going okay. Good Job Steve I just yeah I'm like I said it's a cherry on top. I just I just I just think the guy made it all went back already from gnarly injuries. You know it goods store. It's a good story and I think had it not been for him coming so close last season. I don't think it would be such a big deal like there was there was so many any weekends or it was just. He had victory ripped away from him by Cooper Web. So it Kinda built up and yes I get it He's kind of been back in the mix for a few years now but it was. It was really more the combination of all those difficulties he wrote. Well man when Guardiola aggressive pass on Zakho aggressive but got it done and then later jumping the Claude over the table started while what about if you guys are doing on practice that in the main maybe five laps in him and Justin Barsha. We're busting it out. That was helping a lot and good dirt clear track three to five seconds most of the main than at some point around six six minutes to goes eight seconds and JT. He wrote fantastic. He just looked like he hit his marks. I never really got squirrelly got through the lap as well all of everything you want to see well and I think a big part of that too and why he was so aggressive with Zach as he we knew he knew that if he get around Zach and get a gap he wouldn't have to deal with all of the chaos behind him and you know that's that's race craft and that's being very aware of the situation and I think he also knew that he had some speed coming out of the heat race. He knew that if he could get a clear track that he probably could put some time on those guys and going back if when he's he you know I'm sure he'll watch the the race on TV and he'll watch his own race tape that team onto tape for him in..

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"st. louis" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"st. louis" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

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