18 Burst results for "Stuey"

"stuey" Discussed on Bedtime Stories For Kids

Bedtime Stories For Kids

07:21 min | 4 months ago

"stuey" Discussed on Bedtime Stories For Kids

"Welcome do bedtime stories for kids. My name is mike. I'm so excited that you're joining me today. Are you ready for today's adventure. Today we have a story for royal requested by his mom. And if you want me to create a story just for you than simply ask any grown up to get in touch. Speaking of grownups hate grownups. Did you know that the very best way to support this. Podcast is to simply request a story. You can visit bedtime stories for kids. Dot co two. Request your very own story and yes. That is a brand new website. Please go and check it out. And should you be listening through apple podcasts. Deliver five star review as well as it helps me out a tremendous amount and is such an easy thing to do. Now if you're ready then i'm ready broil. I hope that you're ready as well. Can we raise our left foot and a right arm as highness guys. We can count on with me in five four. Three two one go. It is a brave sunday. Royal walks through the garden at his house and at the very back of the yard. Mom has some of the most yummies strawberries and blueberry plants. Should we go and try. Some broil takes us small bucket and he starts picking some of those ripe and yummy strawberries and blueberries when suddenly his dad says hey royal can you come here for a second. Broil walks into the house where dad says. Hey royal look at this. As he stares at a flyer that came with the mill the fire reads find the golden strawberry and win a brand new motorcycle. What is this royal. Us is a competition. Dad says tomorrow at stuey strawberry farm. They have hidden one golden strawberry. And if you find it somewhere in the field you can win a brand new motorcycle. Do you want to enter the competition that ass. Of course royal says also that says you can bring one person to help you. Who do you think can help you the best to find that golden strawberry Broil says i'm going to bring romeo and romeo israel's dog of course the next day arrives and royal and romeo have arrived at steward strawberry farm. There are many other families. They're all wanting to find that golden strawberry and win the brand new motorcycle. Stuey who owns the farm welcomes two participants. Welcome everybody behind me. You can find the strawberry fields there are millions of delicious ripe red juicy. Yemi strawberries but one of them is different. One strawberry is made out of pure called. If you find it you will be the winner of this. Most amazing super awesome new motorcycle. Whoa let's do. Our best. Royal says to romeo. If you're already stuey says then countdown with me in three two on. May the best person find the golden strawberry broil and romeo run into the big strawberry field. There are surrounded by millions of strawberries. It's amazing but all the strawberries are red. How do we find the on one. Royal us himself. If i was golden strawberry. Where would i be as royal and romeo continued to walk through the strawberry fields following the rest of the crowd. Maybe royal says to himself if everyone goes that way. We should go this way as he makes a right. Turn a small field. Where most of the strawberries aren't yet. Yummy ripe in read. In fact most strawberries in in this part of the field are still yellowing green. This could be a perfect place for a golden straw. Mary don't you think. Romeo explore this field. Find the golden strawberry royal says to romeo the dog who then starts running through the field and smelly and exploring every part of this tiny newfield when suddenly romeo starts barking and barking and barking. Did you find it as royal runs across the field to romeo. Royal cannot believe his eyes hidden at the very very beck of this small strawberry field far from where everyone else is searching this field with green and yellow. Not yet ripe. Strawberries royal stares at a strawberry that is just reflecting in the sunshine. He takes a closer look and indeed. This is not a regular strawberry. This is the golden strawberry as he picks it up and he starts running back to the farm with romeo the dog right behind him. I found it. I found it. I found it. Royal is super excited. Back at the farm. He runs straight to stewing mr st louis. I found the polled and strawberry. Did you mr stuart says. Let me have a look as royal hens over the golden strawberry. Yes you did royal. Congratulations now i just have one question. For you royal. Do you like motorcycles. Because this one now officially belongs to you as he points at the brand new super awesome motorcycle royal couldn't be more happy. He had the best day ever romeo. The dog was the best teammate he could ever ask for and now he cannot wait to write his brand new super amazing motorcycle back home where his entire family will wait for him. And with that we're going to end today's at venture shirt with all your friends and your family. I hope you had fun. Join me in the next adventure. And don't forget if you want me to create a story for you. Then ask any grownup to get in touch so with that being said i wish you good night. Osu sweet dreams if you are not yet going to sleep. I wish you an amazing day. And i'll see you in the next adventure..

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Craig Tiley - Australian Open Tournament Director and Tennis Australia CEO

The Functional Tennis Podcast

06:09 min | 1 year ago

Craig Tiley - Australian Open Tournament Director and Tennis Australia CEO

"Welcomed episode forty eight of the functional tennis podcast. This week we have the great pleasure of speaking to Craig tightly. Ceo of tennis. Australia and director of the Aussie Open. Craig tells us all about his coaching success in college tennis in the states and then move and Australia to work for tennis Australia and the different jobs. He's done there. We also talk about the challenges of the current Cova situation on looking at Grand Slams and the Aussie Open in twenty twenty one. He tells us the first time you met Roger Federer and we've to gray questions sent into a spire instagram fons. It's a great episode. Hope you enjoyed before we get started. Make sure to go over to our new. Instagram account called functional tennis podcast. And give us a follow shed into a podcast sponsors head. I've been using head rackets and says a kid I I had Agassi's ownby racket. Which absolutely loved. I've been using heads on and off really ever. Since but mainly used the radical tried to use the prestige. But I find a wasn't really couldn't always struggle on the double handed pack and with it the radical for me less a bit more room for errands bit more stable for me. So thank you guys. Okay let's talk the Craig. Hi Craig how are you good? Thanks for talking to you from the other side of the world. I. It's amazing top. You're on board. It's really big privilege. Heavy speaking here on. Yes well thank you very much couch to find that Albert. How you became the talk. Mind an tennis Australia and wound most of man in tennis anytime you speak to tennis player. They rave about what you've still not the OSCE open so can't wait to hear Beth dot before we get started. Let's talk a little bit about your early tennis career. I know you're very successful coach in the states head. Did you get involved agenda in the states or let me start out by saying it's always difficult to talk about these things in the context of the of the current climate that we ran and And having to isolate and Dual of things that we need to do to protect health system so so I apologize to beat but late to the call because as you would not which is handled. I in front of the screen on video conferences. But it's all good but Allsteel question out against the US. I was a young kid loved the game and I started later when he starred thirteen four. She was considered extremely nights. And I. I had aspirations to be a a great to be a tennis player and I loved it. I love training playing and was never realized that call and was fortunate. Enough to grow rails. That early enough This trying to make it through the twenties thirties. So one-sided centerstage Katie Myself and finished from military service on the obligations. I had to do in South Africa. Right got on the plane and went to Europe the tennis there and then an answer. GonNa go to the US and get an education. And I went with plans to stay four years and ended up staying for Dean so I think that's kind of be my modus operandi. Chris time they happened will strata was Kinda come for a few years. I being sixteen says I'm getting constant and helping and really enjoying you're making a statement wherever you go on your coach so you end up your coach successful coach at Illinois Your Coach Year Multiple Times. How did you move into coach? Well I think You when you have love the game. I'm made people in this report cost wooden and These many different career opportunities. You haven't you can be administering coaching and playing and officiating at it is. And it's such a global sports go to common language as the lines of the ten school. The highest the net that determine that commonality around the world his great battle. I did match my my love of the game with my desire to help people and those two things came. Together and I agree deal of personal fulfillment and professional satisfaction out of helping other than using vehicle for that. And when you love what you do You willing to constantly always improve and in the lookout for ways to get better and learn from others and and And I look back in hindsight down I think on on reflection and I think that because two things the desire to help people and the love of the game I was able to learn a lot and And we spoke to their slam today and I think that is one of the one of the most of being able to be lucky. Enough have had some success so the coaching side. I loved and I always did enjoyed like challenging the status quo and I enjoyed being told that things wouldn't happen. And when you star they wanted to physicist coaches ahead who was the famous Stuart Doyle from From the University of Arkansas was great to have stood for the team. We started the success and a period of thirteen years. We took a college program from no age of the best in the country for quite a few years and ended up having some many players that went on really well. Kevin Anderson from South Africa was one of the top five in the world recently. And so we've had. It's it's been divorced. Plays that success in fun to watch. The Program says the success that it did but it was. Secret is wakeup rewarding. Do the best you can do. People will treat them how you wanted to be treated because you always going to be decided runaway do on the way down and just look as hard as you can see because look for improved. Button could come. It's a long journey on a short June. I completely agree with you. The daily grind getting open put into hard work. But just getting back to you mentioned dodd. Some listeners here. We solicit snarled and they all know stuey dial of his great tennis abilities. What was he liked back in the day? All should say knows to you'll identify sanity mall. One thing that he did teach the ethics I'll never forget it. It's still resonates with me as what it takes to win a points and what it takes to be good and amount of effort and pain in the work. You've got to go through to do that and His attitude is competitive attitude on On improvement rubbed off. Funny Everyone Cussin' that's why everyone loved because by him and always say you is one of the few met. That's would be willing to go through the same pain himself To prove the others what it is versus telling you what to do.

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"stuey" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"stuey" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"Molly. On that note I would have dropped out of high school definitely. That was a waste of time. My last two years of high school. I completely wasting my time. I could drop out got my Gd and gone to college. Which is what I ended up doing afterwards but I could have saved some time after all at the end. I finished up my last year. I finished by November. Maybe now's I decided to the graduate. Sure I think Either I would have gone to college sooner. Wait till the I'm GonNa go into House Atallah. Gee I think I would have done it sooner or if I would have kept doing dance out like past eighteen. Those are things I would do very answer. Everything since passed the age of fife. Everything wasn't joe might lead one big. Don't do what I did sometimes example for others. What exactly. Sometimes your purpose in life is just to be the example for others. That's that's okay and that's me worked out great because all three of your kids are very successful and on their own and so it's working for you girl. Yeah Yeah. I talked to him something to do. I'm surprised screw more people more on like. Hey I'll take what I got. I want to know what kind of life changing decision you made at five. That like forever turned out so horrible. Like story wants to get into honestly like the way I look at it. There's there's no major decision that I would have made my life that I would go back and change because well every decision that I've made in my life is Kinda brought me to where I am and by in large. I'm pretty cool with where I am. Now I mean yeah there's some things I would tweak now but I mean it is what it is. I change all the time. I'm constantly trying to figure out on the other I'm trying to. I'm always looking for my next great adventure you can ask Amy. I'm horrible about that. I'm like what are we going to get into today? Even says every time all today is seen as we do everyday pinky take over the world maybe responds every time accurate on that. Now we actually have a great thing plans to talk about. We actually do plan shit with me. So our tonight's topic is What three female three famous people who you want to hang out with? Why One alive one fictional when Dad Wanna live one snow and why so do you guys want Lawrence that she did not want time to think about it area? You're okay so amiable first so the life person I want to hang out with should be failing because I think he's absolutely hilarious and I think that would be a lot of fun and very entertaining. The dead person I would love to hang out with is John F. Kennedy because I have so many questions including I'm really need to know things about Marilyn Monroe and my fictional character as Stuey griff had a good time with me and still borrow money from it and when you're with them up here you can get shot but you'd never die. You always come back. So that's a plus. Since Jeremy Do you know yours all of them? I always love to go back. Pick BY LEONARDO DAVINCI's mind. Maybe tease him. On some of his sketches. Ain't GonNa work but almost word on for a fictional character always thought tyrian. Lancaster from game of thrones would be awesome the hang out with. Yes I really thought I I and yet I don't know I know what you party with me. The rest are just peeling compared to you. You took care right out of my mouth. I was like he's married to me. Who else does he needs to need. Dave God I would you. Let's see alive. You know what I'm going to go with. It's kind of a platitude but I think it'd interesting Barack Obama just like sit down and have a bunch of drinks with him but it would have to be at whiskey in the jar or someplace like that they would have to be like like a dive bar a dive bar night with Barack would it. Would I think just exactly and and picking his okay like. Let's what did they really. Here's another shot of Jerzy. Tell me about area fifty one. Here's here's another shot dead I mean you could get metaphysical about it and go. Jesus Which could also qualifies fictional You could also or debt honestly I would dead pick pick one of the founding fathers. Pick one of them again. Sit THEM DOWN. Get them drunk and be like all right. Let's let's talk about the Second Amendment thing and and and what what are you really mean by it? And let's talk about this First Amendment thing and what like what what what what really is in your brain. When when you when you put the stuff out fictional God there are so I mean there are so many I mean I. I mean from Scifi universe. Hell God at a star. Wars character could be vader. Could be you want to know who I would have thought you would have made this Lucy..

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"stuey" Discussed on The Fickle Fanboy Podcast

The Fickle Fanboy Podcast

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"stuey" Discussed on The Fickle Fanboy Podcast

"The era, ill-tempered Cigar, smoking, sarcastic and cynical asshole. Howard the duck I made his debut at least on paper in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy three. Which began a wildly fun yet sporadically depressing ride. Through, the coming decades as we saw, his various misadventures chronicled for all enjoyment. Well I mean realistically like. What fucking Shit were they smoking where they were just like? You know what would be fucking incredible main character a duck. Well I mean I'm guessing that. If any of the lawsuits that Disney hurled atom had any credence whatsoever. And guessing they probably high as Helen Watching Donald. Dislike wouldn't be so much better. If was smoking a cigar and made really terrible duck, punt and Jessica a complete cast. Boo Boo. But it was nineteen seventy-three, and he began his journey until eventually getting his own comics three years later. and. He started off only as cameos in what would later become known as the Marvel Universe. He shows all over the place, but an for his own comics. Really, he was just best known for mainly parodying. Just everything in pop culture. And just anything that even moved really so basically. He was like the Stuey Griffin of his time. Yeah! That's about right. But. You know at least after he was thrown over to I. Guess what would be known as Marvel X. I like to consider him. As more of the fickle fan boy. Marvel universe. I mean. So. What you're saying is that he's he's crippled. He's unfunny it. He's been around for way too long. I I I. I don't even know how to respond to that. But. Basically I'm sorry you can't fucking sent me You can't set me up for joke that easy, and not expect me to fuck and like jump on it like a fucking lion, attacking Zell Okay Fair enough fair enough like Morgan Freeman narrative that fucking nature documentary where you you walk in with a setup, and it just like as he says down ready to drink water. Slowly, but surely he knows death has on the horizon. Guy Caused this my scare you but. That's alright. That's just how nature works, but you know before he jumped to Marvel X. A lot of people considered most of his experiences to be even a little bit existential list in nature with the main joke. Being really, there was no joke. From a certain point of view. I like to call it. The Obi Wan Outlook of life..

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"stuey" Discussed on Around the Rim

Around the Rim

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"stuey" Discussed on Around the Rim

"Well, I mean, this is a team that we gave zero chance we were like, oh, man, they're not going to have Stuey this is going to be tough. And then it was like, oh, they're not going to have sue, never mind like we're not even going to Seattle. We're not even talking about them. But they've got a great group. I mean, you know, Jewell Loyd is still to me, so untapped in terms of her potential. So, you know that balance, but also this selflessness. Like they just they just like, there are no perennial all-star there. No, you know, four time Olympic gold. Medals on this team. There's no four-time college champions on this this team. I mean, these are a bunch of really underdog mentality type players who are working together. They're scrappy, I really liked Seattle in, we're there trending, and yeah. So I'm going with their hot. All right. Then. Well that is hot or not end. We will see this upcoming week whether or not you ladies. All right. So with that, let's move on to the second quarter. Second quarter inside the huddle RI basketball fans, we are inside the huddle, which means we're going in depth. And when I say, we're going in debt, we're going in on one of my favorite players in the WNBA now I'm not just saying this, I know everybody will say, okay, now that she's got, you know, w player of the week a couple of times like you're jumping on. No. If you wind all the way back to the WNBA draft actually know wasn't the draft. I think I made the prediction up. Okay. Okay. You saw it. So anyway, I made it for diction jonquil Jones was going to have an amazing year. Not probably said this every year that she's been in the league. But join us in welcoming to the show. Jonquil Jones of the Connecticut sun. Welcome. Thank you guys. They've had me representing the Bahamas. Now, junk will you have a great story including your journey from the Bahamas? You're always represents a two four two that I get that, right? Okay. Got it. Yes. Obviously you and. Buddy with those numbers, so tell us a little bit about your journey how you started playing basketball, and then kind of how you landed here in the WNBA at the end of that journey. Yeah. So basketball is just always been a huge family. My dad was a high school basketball coach. And I just remember him on coaching and just going out there and watching, you know, do a lot of that stuff. And I just fell in love of the game from, you know, from that standpoint my cousins, all played my grandmother, had a basketball court in our backyard, and my dad and my uncle Bill and, you know, so we would all go down to my grandmother's house, and play basketball all day, all night, I left the Bahamas in the ninth grade. And I moved over to Maryland. And I went there to high school factors and was there till I decided to go to college went to W and you know here in the league. So I definitely had to make a lot of sacrifices to get. Why and have a lot of people that were, you know, still a lot of great things that allow me to be Ryan today before I pass this on the death because I know she's got a question for you. This is just random, right? So I know I think. You're transfers situation was a coaching change. Right. Because you came, you went to Clemson and then transferred to GW, right? Yeah. Yeah. So, like, you know, college women's basketball is having all these transfers, like right now. And I know again, your situation just tell us about like that process of leaving school..

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"stuey" Discussed on 360 Real Talk

360 Real Talk

13:42 min | 2 years ago

"stuey" Discussed on 360 Real Talk

"If you share this law video. Yeah. JD over here. One day y'all start on time. Yeah. Now, we start lay. That's what we do. So yeah, that's what happens share the post. I got one hundred dollar restaurant gift certificate for you guys. I'm going to invite a bunch of people and ramble on for a minute. And then let's jump over to some topics are so Alex normally Alex go first. So you're Alex tonight, so, yeah, go ahead and jump in there. So go into straight into how the. The LGBTQ is pride. Dude. Prod mom. And you know, it was probably Muncie. Yeah. You're right. So how the LGBTQ plus community has a three point seven trillion in purchasing power. And so how can people capitalize on that and actually begin to sell to this market? I feel like the way to capitalize on that is just support the movement. I mean as. Yet is. But then, again I feel like a lot of people's way of supporting it is just play off of the rainbow flag team. That's true. So it's like, but I mean if you benefited from it. Yeah for you. You know what I mean whatever? But there's you do gotta know the issues and you gotta know the history behind it, and, you know, it's a touchy subject. It's a touchy subject. But let's hear these statue talking about because there's some does a lot money. And there's a lot of money because of the fact that, like Gillett had a head a whole campaign around. It had a great a great campaign with a dad teaching at trans man to shave you don't him saying his trained into son or whatever. So that is actually trying to appeal to those non those families who have transgender children or transit family members so make people understand and have insight into that world. So I felt like that was a. Big. That was a huge step, but the Campbell's did it I when he fifteen where feature to dads in the kitchen and then that was a they had a lot of backlash because of that, but they kept on going. So I think of knowing how to appeal and how to showcase families that are not, quote unquote, nontraditional is a great way to, to go about appealing to that segment in the market. Entrepreneurs should take note of that and understand that there's more. There's so many different dynamics to go after in. They should look at that. And actually add that to their marketing campaigns. So. Yeah. I mean, yes. And no. I don't know. I'm torn on the whole transgender thing. I'm not really going to jump into that too much. What I mean? So, you know, the whole I don't know. Everybody's got rights to equal treatment and all that good stuff. So I mean you know it's cool that this kind of stuff is being addressed nowadays. You know what I mean? So. That you know what I mean? And we would never would've seen that ten years ago. That's for sure soda fact that now that were more open about issues. You know what I mean? Like growing up like these sort of things we're just kind of brushed under the rug. You know what I mean? And it was just like, unless just ignore it like back in the day, like with the whole military, don't ask, don't tell thing. So I mean, the fact of matter is that these are issues. These are things that are going on in the world and we have to address them, so you know, that's how I feel about address it. Let's get it all out and open and found ways to, you know, everybody kind of communicate and, you know, grow together, so to speak. Yeah, so, yeah, no, I mean, everybody's got their all right to their own thing. But like you still treat people equally, you know what I mean? So. Anyway, moving on. So we got some cool deputy f news at a week for you guys that haven't listened to the three sixty real talk podcast. And this is your first psalm. You know, we talk about entrepreneur stuff business stuff. We'll talk about WTO news at a week. If you follow the three sixty real talk fan page on Facebook, we post a lot of crazy stuff during the week. And then we kind of go back on Mondays and Kana picker favorite ones, and we talk about it, sometimes we'll find stuff outside of that. So what do you got over here? Well, there was a guy in line. Buying chicken or whatever you can meal and the woman acts, a mom, actually turns to her child and says, you only getting one piece of chicken, you don't wanna end up like the guy in front of us. So the guy does alternate petty move and buys all of the chicken. So she has the wait to get her chicken because she said, what she said sometimes that's a, a cube to minding your own business. And keeping your mouth shut because she shouldn't have said that to her child, or even talk bad about someone that's waiting in line to get their food. So I would have done the same thing. And I told her about herself to. So that's, that's my opinion, you know, 'cause some people just don't know when to keep their mouth shut. I just can't call people fat, right? Anything? They're not gonna say anything back to you or do something to you. Well, yeah, that was crazy. So to do balled up all the chicken because someone who lives out, you're fat. What would you tell your kid you go? One piece. You don't want to end up fat like the guy in front of us, ma'am. Yeah, that's just retarded. And so, you know, I'm very outspoken in, like, if I was just a boss standard in that situation probably would have been like excuse me. Like, why are you even saying stuff like that? People are just crazy. Where was this ad again another country all the whole nother country? I'm I'm surprised. surprised slaver, but, you know, some people, especially in a foreign country. And like. Let me see what country it was. I think where is it at? And it doesn't say he's his name. The, the money system was. Yeah. I seen it, it was frozen and now. Yeah. So, yeah. So keeps going in and out. Yeah. I don't get it a strange. Don't get it at all. So boom, let me do that. I don't understand what's going on with it keeps going in and out. Technical difficulties working due to technical difficulties. Look on frozen though, first of all. Yeah. Right. Producer well it's got a lag behind. It is man. Yeah. So fast forward. Let me see skews us technical difficulties. Can you see is though? Somebody in here. Hi. So I think it called up. I think we're good now. All right. So, yeah. So what's up with Justin Bieber man? He wants to fight Tom Cruise, and where did this even come from I need to read this talk about this because you're, you're the beeps man. You can't be out here fighting Tom Cruise you talented him. Yeah. Yeah, that's crazy. Let's let's dig in. He's Tom Cruise is fifty six years old. Yeah. He's all on threes is old man. He's not young, no more. And then someone challenged Marky, Mark. So are we bringing our bring them back like celebrity death match is? I real life though. Like we should do like a celebrity. You have see Matt's challenge. Like where people really go in on it. Gregor actually is challenging Marky, Mark. Yeah. This me mortgage Mark ain't no chunk. No. He's from Boston. I feel like Marky. Mark is like someone might not be someone you want to pick a fight with. No, not at all. You know, I don't think he's just got muscles just to have muscle. And that's why I think I mean Justin. Bieber's twenty-five. We're looking at the stats, right? He's twenty five dollars a day. Did the match up? Yeah. Five nine sixty like his reaches sixty eight inches. So his net worth is more than half like less than half of Tom Cruise network. So I, I don't know. Tom Cruise might have the old man grip. So you never know. Right. I mean Bieber is definitely Bieber. Definitely does not have the network. The net worth. For sure. Just like a man like would be what was he on that he could say that and want to challenge the ones who will fight like your Justin Bieber? Just freaking be like Justin Bieber. Come on now. Like that. I just think that's funny. But Conor McGregor against Marky. Mark would be hilarious though. You're not as crazy like what are they even thinking? I just I could I'm only imagining the mission impossible scenes and him going against Justin Bieber data debt. It's that's that's. I can't I can't imagine. They need to bring back celebrity death match. That would be good. I don't know that is just home. My gosh. Justin Bieber though. Like maybe woke up on the wrong side of the bed or something. It felt like he wanted to fight on who's that day. I mean maybe that's what I'm saying. So they don't even really talk about where to beef comes from there's no no, they don't even say where it came from it, basically. Yeah. No one saw it coming. I didn't see that there's a saying this publicity stunt. I think so. Because like you know, is he on DJ calendar? Yes. Trying to move those units, too. So I get it. I Calla just put out new album. Right. Got it. So that makes sense. So just trying to stirred up stirred up some controversy so that called- can sell some more albums, and our guest, Chris Brown's about to drop a track with Bieber to think so. I mean, you know, Bieber is always the collaboration guy. Everybody wants to track what him to fight him like. I don't know. I don't know about that. That's just weird to me. I don't understand that at all. But okay. All right. Go ahead. So apparently just something in the water was celebrities this week. 'cause now we got Arnold Schwarzenegger over here. Dennis Larissa me. I he gets kicked in the bag. Now, his I did actually see some about that. That was that was weird. I was very weird. How is it that he's in Venice, and his security guard has a pull a taser on a bike thief? But in the article, this is the sad part what they say his precious bicycle, like you cannot use precious bicycle in the same sentence with Conan, the barbarian like, come on. Yeah, I don't even understand what that's about. But yeah, definitely not yet a custom bicycle. And somebody tried to steal it. That is just said to pretty much. He's not having a good one. Not at all. Not at all. To cite. This stream is not having a good time. Great job. Thank you. Laney. Right. I think it's broadcast is interrupted a thing. Yeah it keeps in Iraq to him, but well, at least have. Right. Who the audio Randy says headlines, Tom Cruise beats up a girl? Whoa, okay. Yeah. That would be the headline that would be the headline, Tom. Cruise beats up a little girl. That's this child abuse child abuse, Justin Bieber in general recently. Like just he's weird. His whole vase weird. Now, since he got that new girlfriend actually came up with his mental illness, twos, depression, and all of that. So I mean, I guess it's kind of strange to me, the whole thing who fights, did you, do you remember the episode of family guy, where Stuey has a running with Tom Cruise? All I can think about is just a beaver as Stuey and they're just trying to get away from each other. So, yeah, it's pretty crazy. So. Yeah. Let me let me jump down real quick. Get bored. Yeah. We didn't straggler this out, stagger this outright, like Norma did. So I got some w t f news at a week to six hundred pound cocaine Diller is too big to go to court..

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"stuey" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"stuey" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Com. Hotlines buddy of ours. Rich Walberg used to work in these fine hallways and confines iheart radio. But his nuts move down to Cincinnati chamber, rich. How are you? Well, good to hear from your stern, you tutor. And that's our strengths strings guitar. Yes. During its fine stirring, the neighbor's kid calls me Stuey, so it's fine. And. Out your name now. That's exactly right. The dog. And I'm like, thanks, man. Thanks, buddy. Yeah. So anyway, I this, I guess this is the official kick off to summer usually, I think, okay opening day, but sometimes we'll get snow and cold or whatever else, but taste of Cincinnati, it either rains or the Blast Furnace is on, and I think we're gonna get maybe mostly just Blast Furnace at summer all of a sudden. Choose between furnace or rain, I'll take furnace, but, you know, I it is like you said, it's the unofficial kickoff to summer. So we're gonna have some summer when it makes perfectly good sense, now for someone who doesn't know what taste of Cincinnati isn't. It's kind of been the name. I mean, just about anything and everything that you could find eat in and around the Tri state, there will be a booth or something set up where somebody's cooking it up. And doing well in the u I've elder people from all kinds of other places too. Right. Yeah. For someone who has never been. It's three days. It's Saturday Sunday. Monday eleven till eleven on Saturday and Sunday. Eleven till nine on Monday. We have seventy different vendors. Thirty four of those are restaurants from around the region. Nineteen which is the most, we've ever had our food trucks from also from around the region, and then seventeen vendors from Finley market and Finley kitchen, make up our taste of Finley market area, and between them. They'll have about three hundred different menu items. We have lots and lots of beers. We have about one hundred eleven different varieties of beer. Yes. Half of those brewed right here in Cincinnati region. And then entertainment all weekend long. We have forty five different acts playing on. That's amazing. So I mean, how, how do you even keep track of all that? I mean, you gotta figure out who's wear and went and I know over the years, this is sort of migrated in areas of the trusted in space and everything else. So where exactly is it set up for this taste of Cincinnati on fifth street has been for quite a while? And then for the last three years, it's been pushed to the east a little bit. So it starts at main street on fifth and works at sway towards mount Adams and goes onto the ramp of ice, seventy one and onto the ramp Columbia Parkway and have mount Adams as the backdrop and especially at night. That's really it's beautiful. It is. It's spectacular is pretty cool. And it's the only time you can actually play on those ramps without becoming headline, which I it's the little things in life that I look forward to rich Walberg from Cincinnati chamber. Talk about taste. Cincinnati. I mean you know, it's just one of those little things, it's like, hey, I'm walking around on the on the on the on ramp. This is good. I feel very every year. Out here, but it's always a good time. It. Absolutely. So, so how, how do you even decide what my problem is this because I can't control myself Foley? I'll go oh there's some of that. I've been wanting to try this, I've been wanting to try that in the next thing stopped, and then I gotta hide and find some shade by a tree or a building. So I cannot explode in re, re, re, re group and reevaluate, and then attack it again. There are a couple of ways you can do it. One of you can go to taste of Cincinnati dot com and look at all the different menu items. And maybe pick out a few things you wanna try where you can get the event guide when you arrive and do the same type of thing. Some people start showing up on the morning of we open at eleven they, they show up about ten ten thirty and start walking around. You could do it that way where.

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"stuey" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

Yeah, But Still

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"stuey" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

"None eighty miles. Fast. Oh feels good feels good. Yeah. The open range come the highway on the road can't drive. How do we get Tiga? Well, who do we contact Tiga chainmail? Probably tiger the rapper together. Tiga one. Yeah. Just do all the different variations. And then eventually, well, that's the thing about it is funny. How like celebrities most of their emails are just their name their name at you about. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. There is. One time like the like, Josh like the guy who like is like the head of jazz, or whatever he sent an Email out to like in didn't BCC you just sent an Email where like all the emails Republic. And all these people were just like so just everybody in comedy or everybody was like comedy Jason and save that list. No it is. 'cause sometimes we will bring the thread back, and it's like, which is like bad like nobody nobody who's bringing you the thread back is like doing well somebody who's doing. Well, not like like, Jon Hamm is bringing the thread. It's but it's like random, you know. Yeah. And people like bring the redback and like everybody will get pissed off. But like a lot of celebrities Email accounts are just their name at g mail. So I'll and seduce, you know, that's a fun game to play just sort of truly. I. Just want. Yeah. That was way into the biz. They like found a Showrunner and did like AT different variations of what the male could have been and they got to go to reply from her. That's too. It was noted show runner. Yes. Pain. God them. So just just tip. Just a little tip. It's a little too because they want to be in the biz. Well, we that's kind of a master class. We'll try. It's kind of a masterclass in so many ways. Yeah. Mostly this way. And only this way this way it as a masterclass. Yeah. Before we started. We watched the sonic the hedgehog trailer. I feel like you wanted to pop off Brandon. Whoa. You're sonic boy, sonic looks Fook though. He looks why did they make them a little boy? He's like he's a little story. I don't wanna be rude. But I'm sorry. This is just they they brought me into the studio sonic is actually based off of my body body looks like I wore the suit when when they say that Sonics body, look, we look weird using her buddy. Look weird. Body look weird. And like, you know, it's it's really hard for me to have to everyday dress up and put on this talking Brown paint booking put on all these Sonica jock. It's my Wadi bodies. Bodies. Yes. Beautiful. Yes. But yeah, it is. Well, people have been saying it a lot today. The gangster's paradise is being played honestly the end gangster's paradise. I get it. It's like a corny. It's super lame. But like, oh, yeah. Sonics gangsta. Running around. On. Swag. I mean, that's not. While hot topic start selling swag, sonic. Oh, yes. I sure. Know like sonic with that twos. Why? Why? Seventy in the background of the trailer in the beginning dialogue going like. You're like dirt. Yeah. I mean visited there was never any like airbrush gangsta, sonic gangs. I'm sure there's somewhere. I'm sure I haven't seen it. Well, okay. Well, I'd be wearing right? That Google be wearing a triple X. Oh, yes. Sonic. Gangsta shoot. I've never seen you wear. The gangsta Stu shirt that I bought you owe America as ING gangster Stuey shirt. I've that one typo in word in my. Oh, yeah. He he found this shirt for Christmas. It's a it's a picture of like Stuey with like guns and money and it says America gangster America gangster..

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"stuey" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"stuey" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"In fact, maybe for the first raises, you didn't decrease your chance, but you didn't increase because ranking number one knows or ridden even raises he knows that there is any kind of quirk with that ores because he's been on in racing. Also, he's been on a zillion times in the morning. He knows that or in and out, and I was a little bit Vardon when I saw they talking off the worst, you know, trainers and owners get together. And they decide what they want to. Do. It to me, you know, I look back at other situations occurred, and maybe with me, but I look at one situation that occurred at parks with a regional rider the studio Elliott situation, John service that you wish in of when when they were with the name that was he who Maximus now Maximus when John service had a contender in the derby. You think you mean, you don't mean back when we not much on service. You mean, Alex we Elliott? It was a funny Alex, though, that it was a fleet Alex that had the incident that was fleet. Alex is another example with Jeremy rose. Yeah. I ten Ricky. I have a I can't figure the name of the, you know, the Lord, I even got my as a America any branch of the heart. We mean smarty mighty house. Yeah. He you know, what I am bring that. I. Fro? Example ninety Kashin. Smarty Jones and John service and Stuey Elliott. I mean, John stuff, which do you know, you gotta give him credit. John is always for John. You know, Gordon business is business John he stuck with Dewey, and there were a high profile riders business where the mount on that when the show that even going to be a contender, you know, there be bringing Belmont, but John stuck with and I was a little designed this point. When I didn't see each owners who had experience with the fleet, Alex, right? That the he had experienced with me dollars and stuck with Jeremy rose five. Why didn't they stick with a rider like he still didn't they didn't entirely, and that's the point with when it comes to Jeremy rose because your member they had the race that they gave Johnny John Velazquez got a call. And and went disaster. Her asleep member. And also it also just so happened that you know, that he that he had the respiratory issue that that contributed clearly to you know, to the performance, but that then they went back to Jeremy because the assumption was oh, a fleet Alex isn't all that special. And then he meal, then he went on the run. Yeah. I don't know if they lead Alec wasn't all that special and yet, and they went back to Jeremy would you know, maybe entered into it lightly entered into it. Jeremy got experience with Jin Richie window would go back to it. You know, whatever the whatever their division win -fluenced our decisions they did go back. But you gotta give John service read it when it.

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"stuey" Discussed on Mike Drop

Mike Drop

03:28 min | 3 years ago

"stuey" Discussed on Mike Drop

"But just not as hard physically that give that a shot and see if that helps melon out a little bit. But ultimately create him don't give him the ability to redirect on you and work lots of repetitions where you're waking him up. And he can't do it and see how that goes. Coach Stuey what are some tips for getting an older dog? It hasn't been conditioned as nail trims and ears. Clean to stay calm and accept the process. Good question. Very common. One same thing is really any behavior that you're trying to introduce slowly to a dog that they're not real comfortable with is is, you know, baby step at what I like to do with with both of those things is and where I see a lot of people screw up is when I look at where they're trying to trim the nails and clean the ears. It's usually like in their house, the dogs laying down sleeping next to a couch dog bed or something like that. And they're going over the dog, and then or calling them over to him, or whatever it's an enormous relaxed environment where the dog is, you know, spent hours or, you know, hundreds or thousands of hours of its life being nice and common relaxed and now you're kind of fucking with their chief you will. So what I like to do is take him outside take them into an environment. Where maybe you've played a lot of ball with them and play ball with them. You know, like I do that. A lot with brushing. Right. A lot of times dogs that we get in some the word do not like being brushed the hate the physical contact, and they've you as you fucking with them, and they get kinda shitty where the about it. So I'm not gonna go into their kennel run while they're all full of piss and vinegar in their space and try to grab their collar and brush them right there. Instead, I'll take them out. We'll play ball for a few minutes. They're having fun. We're walking along and wow were walk. And maybe I throw a couple of brushstrokes while we're walking and they have a ball in their mouth. I have him out. And I throw it again. I'm kinda slipping that in to to an otherwise normal activity that they're doing that kind of has them distracted from what you're doing. And so with all that stuff. You know, if it's trimming nail same thing is that, you know, where them out I, you know, physically get them tired to where they're going to be less likely to give shit anyway, or or they're not going to care as much if it's just being uncomfortable. Because they're so so tired from playing ball that. It's not as big of a deal, and that's. Both nails in with years. But, you know, don't don't grab the dog when he's full of pissing vinegar and places normally comfortable with and try to trim everyone of his fingernails for twenty minutes straight. You know, build up to that. Where again, you're taking him out. Maybe grab a Paul when he's exhausted. And you and you clip one nail. And then you walk and play ball again. Then you lay down you trip. Click another one and do it so on and so forth. So baby step your way up to it that way, and that's been something I've used for really anything. Whether it's muzzling dog, trim nails Clinton ears brush them inspecting them. You know, if they have a wound or something that's bothering him. Same thing is that you know. And it's one of the things I see in vet vet offices all the time. It's like let's put this dog up on a slippery table where he's already uncomfortable. And now we start talking with him. In wonder why reacts that way, you know, I've got a great vet that a lot of times. We'll bring the dogs up to to the parking lot. We'll just be walking around the parking lot where they're nice and happy and comfortable calm and relaxed the come out and look at them right there in the parking lot, very very diff. Story if I try to take him in lift him put him on a slippery table. Now's assholes looking at him straight in the face. And now he wants to get attitude with everybody so little bit proactive. You know, mitigation factors like that..

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"stuey" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

05:15 min | 3 years ago

"stuey" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"If I if it was a nice back or something I'll come back in three weeks, no problems. But I'm just worried coming off a first rice of the year of a little bit of a layoff in and we'll and back that quick. When it comes to the breeding, and I this is a this is an interesting question because that mayor doctors Zik that was Jones, Scott, right? That was the very nice seven eighths. She was a terror at seven eighths of mistake. Yeah. Yeah. I think you're right. I remember John training that dilly. Well, the violence you hope that violence helps her carry her speed if for an attempt to to stretch back out talk about were you involved with this purchase. This was a yearling at Caitlyn for hundred thousand. Yeah. Yeah. For for the group. Yes. We we found issues lily mature fairly late bowl and. But she had voted prisons to. And we will you know, we got we got to because she's a light pole. Just in the tool, we've gotta for hundred thousand and and jealous for the rainy block group. Brad Stevens old guys involved in that group. And so it's it's like them. That is nice. And I certainly I see some of the names involved here. And of course, Randy block we've spoken to but six columns Bob meant few so and this is. You got you got a big team was everybody independence. Now. Just rainy blocked in the HANA rain vian, Kathy. And Stephen Sherry they were there. Just a small group was there. We should stood that he had a lot of fun the too late to wides, Kathy. And Jerry got the lead back into the. So that one cloud nine. Well, this this was a good group to because that Philly of Ben Cole Brooks that was second. We talked to him about her going back the last year when she won the Arlington Washington Lassie into trouble for the folks at Donna Myer. This. This was a classy group horses, and this is a win that that should translate. Well, going forward Volta Bella takes the Gasparilla, Ian, the season well underway and the contingent down in Florida, and we got a big day Saturday, and you're involved, you got Nessie Nessie McKnight. I think. Yeah. In nine to come up that race quite quite a very good. That's a very competitive race. But we do. Well, I felt the whole might come up at ten shoot on me last time. I may not have heading tied rain two mile. So I know going now, and and these taint well since so I'm very happy with him. Yeah. And then and then everyone loves g me gonna run who on the grass. She's she's who worked from the graph of being very, well, very good so match-play. So I did try on the grass well in that that race came up. That's the south beach that she's in right and facing you're facing. You got a very good group in there. And of course, we saw everyone loves Jimmy going back to the Kiwi. And at the end the last year, the raven run, but capital, temptress, and and. Dna del sewer for timeout Bertran. You got this is this is a serious bunch. If she if she acquits herself well here, you'll know you got something. Yeah. Exactly. And the thing about it. You know, I run of the year. It's not like she has to win to be good on this graph. But if you she runs good we've got a lot of I've been a lot of doors. If I know she can run on the did so never rained income off. That's that's helps out and and she can move up on the on the graphs and the better that's even helps us more to. This is a a Sierra farm home bred by Jimmy creed. There's your there's your turf and out of a Rubiano mayor, and she she came very close to in both the raven run and the Dogwood to Ford hits. So she's been she was sniffing at the end the end of the year. She was sitting around stakes company. What about the what about the maiden? It looks like an interesting group to open the whole day. You've got one in here for dentals all in Stuey. And this is candy. What do we know as a very disappointed knees? These lifestyles, aren't you would run on. He's and and just to me rain like the typical..

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"stuey" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

05:44 min | 3 years ago

"stuey" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"State. Daniel fast is based on the experience of the Old Testament prophet. Daniel it helps people draw them nearer to God. Lie to you, so hungry that you know, you're just like she started seeing things listening to God's there that Jesus standing in front of you with with a full flavor of fish because Jesus especially maybe this Friday, maybe this is the same diet Abraham was on when he saw the burning Bush. It's described as a partial fast, and that followers can only eat food grown from seed the fruits and vegetables whole grain beans oils. That's in seeds are also allowed as for drinks. Participants can only have water, but you could turn it into wine. If it's really really really devout at one with with the bible river, diet staffing is boom. You got a little beer is made out of hops. I thought that's grown from seed beer Jephson's. Tell me that you're not gonna drink beer. But anyway, he goes, I'm doing this intimate fasting thing. I can't eat till noon tried to get my cardio in the morning super exciting actor stuff. So he's like the method actor thing where you're losing the weight for the role, but he's doing it Biblically. So this way he can. You know tied into. No, no. Yeah. He's a very he is one of the few actors in Hollywood that is a bona fide superstar today by young people standards. But it's also very right leaning very backwards. He likes to hike and go fishing and any like, you know, he's very religious earthy. He's yeah. He's very much like that. You know that dude that you would have grown up within the small town. Right. That's the kind of guy. He is. All right. Well, that's what he's doing. What you did though. I did the diet that he did for his guardians of the galaxy thing. Which is when he worked out a lot of funny that you're Gary was overweight for quite a while fifty pounds every than he is now, and it took a superhero movie to get him his health. The fact that maybe a doctor said, hey, your cholesterol is to the roof or you know, your blood pressure's too high. Dr. That that wouldn't that wouldn't turn your head. It was like, wow. Look at Chris Pratt looking at how did he do it? Look like him. I will look like a superhero. That's why I've lost all this week. Forget about the fact that I'm doing if I want to live a little longer. I just want to look like him. Yeah. That's. The only reason. Yeah, I saw one minute. Did you think about your health or the fact that this is good? What I what I thought to myself was I watched the one of the vendors movies. And I saw Chris Hemsworth is Thor. And I saw Chris Evans as captain American. I saw what they they basically looked like Greek gods up there, and I'm looking at them. And I'm thinking man, I wish I looked like that. And then I just decided wait. Why don't I just do it? Right. And so I'm doing it. Well, it's the difference between you and people who are probably saying the same thing. Won't say most people say man, I wish I look like that. And then go eat a whole pizza, those people go like, I can't believe those guys look that good look at me, and they get depressed. And when you get depressed, you go out you just stop face with a big problem with that. I was I think I was pretty depressed at that time when I was much bigger. I used to eat a lot, and I I eight because I was border because I felt bad and so right, but but by decided to stop being that right? But the aha moment for you. I find. No. It's just the fact that it wasn't about health. Like, I don't wanna die at an early age from like some notes about I want to look like this guy. You know, what it really the real thought was is. I'm watching this as I thought, you know, the next time I go to a comic book convention. I ought to be able to dress up like one of them and make it look convincing. So please don't tell me you're putting on costumes. I am not yet. I'm not there yet. Get to. I'm about five pounds lighter than I am now. And I might be lowered. Apparently, the the south Florida fair is doing like, the most people dressed up as a superhero. Type. They're trying to break the world record. I think this week and I'm kind of considering doing. You might as well do it. Now we start eating again. It's a lifestyle change. I I don't think you can go back to eating the way. You did. I don't plan to I plan on maybe being a little bit more loose with the diet in the future where I can have a day where I can indulge a little bit. But no, I think that this is how I'm gonna live most of my life. So and Bill in the promo there were talking about dead or alive. Rely thing on their show, so legendary Broadway actress Carol Channing died at her home in California that would be this morning. She was ninety seven. This is a good example of of I thought she was dead. Seriously. Well, you know, she's ninety seven, of course, do you even know who she is? So no, the only place that I know her from is family guy because they did a they did a bit about Stuey and Brian the dog and the baby had a bet on a boxing match. It was the celebrity boxing back. It was Mike Tyson vs. Carol, shannon. That's funny and Carol Channing one because she just never refused. He refused to stop. And so eventually, Mike Tyson's heart just gave out from going so hard. Yeah. That was the whole bit of the joke. That's funny. And I don't know anything about this woman except that apparently she could beat Mike Tyson in a box. She was the toast of Broadway back when I was a little kid. I remember my grandmother took me to my first. I think I've been to let me three Broadway.

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"stuey" Discussed on The Moth

The Moth

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"stuey" Discussed on The Moth

"Food small pieces of plastic all over the room. And there I am again where I often him. A little embarrassed about my son's behavior until I realize that I don't need to explain anything that David is doing the explaining for himself. He's showing the way. And Stuey begins to pay attention. He threads through the narrative that I've given him the presence and absence of certain things he pours over the evaluations from my son from the age of two eighteen I look up at the clock and realized that six hours have passed. Stuey? Suddenly looks up at me. And smiles. He tells me that he has an explanation for all of it. Your son is not Istiklal. The inox it is birth the lack of oxygen caused brain damage. This is the traumatic brain injury. There. We were Stuey David and me in our ring having done battle for many hours. My adversary had become my hero. My son David had shown the way and as is true with any price fight. There was a decision and my son would get his services. Thank you..

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"stuey" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

09:07 min | 3 years ago

"stuey" Discussed on KOMO

"Welcome back in it is the Jody Wynn show at least Woodward with you on the Washington IMG sports network. Nice crowd out at Alaska Airlines arena on Sunday. The storm had a fan day out. There Doppler wasn't a stand mixing with Harry, the husky. They did the Doppler train, but there's a really nice crowd that came out to support you which was really good to see the atmosphere was good. It's got to have the community come out and support. Absolutely. I've always loved going to keyarena and seeing the terrain. What is it called the Doppler Doppler train and the lady on the emcee does the gains jelly belly? Art. She's just so fun and entertaining. And I love how those kids get on the floor and they're racing down from the top of the stands down to the courts for their fifteen seconds of getting on the court and doing the train dance. But it was fun to have them all in the arena. And it's gonna be great to have the storm in Alaska Airlines arena. The next two years. It's gonna be really fun. Absolutely. I always find it amusing to see the one or two. Kids that can't find their mom or dad, and they're like looking around, and they always obvious. Sorry for the kids that like are running running running from the top because they can't get out of there. Seek book enough, and then it's over and they don't get a chance. I'm always like looking, and it's like, it's dramatic is the kid can find the parent before they start crying, please. You don't want him to have a bad memory. Right. But everybody found their parents after the Doppler training. Yeah. It's very cool opportunity. I think it's a great one to have the WNBA championship champions here in Seattle. They have this basketball community is an amazing one of the city of Seattle the longtime support for husky women's basketball. It's always been steady and for the Seattle storm in the summertime, it's been great. And now to have over the next two years to have the university of Washington, they will play twelve games at Alaska Airlines arena this summer. Well, how do you use that to build your program? How can you cross promote each other and in recruiting and everything else? What what how do you? I mean, we hope hope it ends the storm fans off too much the other night. But I think it was awesome to have them in the in the stands watching our women compete, and and give her everything. They can we go out to as many games as we can. You know, I love going watching them play and seeing them play so hard, and I'll mean Howard is just so fun to watch. And obviously, they're studs are fun to watch. But you know, it's it's great to be able to support them. And like, you said the city of Seattle what I what I've agree with you about excuse me. Is that at such a basketball savvy community, and they really appreciate good basketball. And you know, it's going to be awesome to have them right here in our home and being able to to watch them in the there's nothing better than having greatness walk through your same halls. It's pretty cool that just to watch practice. Yeah. I love that. My job is my favorite part about my job is that I get access to different practices and shoot arounds indifferent to see really what the game plan is. And how you're trying to execute. I just I love that. And to have that with the storm right here, you could just you could sit in your office almost and just watch, you know, a great great coach and great players and legends of the game. Right there before is it's I mean, watching sue compete like she does and and watching Stuey and Jewell Loyd and Howard is so fun for me to watch. I love what she does for that program. And yeah, I just think it's just I can't wait. You know, it was a great. Summer of basketball. They're the champs, and they're playing here, you dub. I'm excited. I'm really excited to continue cheer them on bad. Should be fun. Twelve games this summer. At Alaska Airlines arena. You mentioned just some of the the freshman, and I was wondering you ask a lot of on the defensive side of the ball in terms of switching things up sometimes even possession to possession in the middle of a possession. You start in something like a two to one. And then you're switching out of it to do something. How is your how your freshman coming together to at this point be able to just play and not think about the defense of what the different rules are in what they're doing on that possession. How's it coming along? Well, I certainly think we're better off now than we were a couple of months ago, which is great. Two out of three freshmen have picked it up a little quicker than the other. But we're learning every day and expect them to make mistakes because they're freshman. It's when the kids that have been here for a year continue to make the same stakes that gets a little frustrating, but kids are kids and no one's trying to make mistakes. We just gotta continue to learn. So we can communicate better on the basketball floor, and once we can communicate early enough. I think. Then we're going to be holding teams where we want to hold them. Well, the good news coming out of the weekend. Is that defensively? You're pretty consistent you held Colorado to fifty eight points you held Utah to fifty eight points. Now, there were different types of games, but u Utah from an egregious Mark from the three point line. They couldn't hit anything from three and that has been an area that your team needed improvement absolutely stopping and slowing down this report shot and so that was improvement over the weekend. Most certainly and holding two opponents in a row to fifty eight points back to back defensively, right? We weren't able to score the ball. Well, I thought they did a great job on us. We didn't move the ball with the freedom that we normally move the ball. And it stuck a few times. And. We had it live on the rim. Like they did. You know, I think I think we all between the two of us. I think we we built our practice arena. There was this a lot miss shots from distance. And and you said it last time like we need to make threes. We're not a team. That's just huge. It's going to be able to score so many points in the pain all the time, and we're definitely undersized within our conference and. We've got to be able to shoot the ball more consistent more consistently from beyond the arc. And when we do that we have we give ourselves a fighting chance to win when we don't. It's a struggle. It's really a struggle. And I think we turn the ball over twenty times. And anytime we turn the ball over twenty times. This is not a good thing because we're not shooting the, you know, high enough percentage I thought when I went and looked back on the game against Utah. You gave up fifty eight points, and it was the turnovers they had wide open looks. It was a steel openly. And in a steel in an open land in a turnover, and it was a layup drills in the first half because you were given the ball to them. Yes. And so the octagon possession offense was creating major problems for the defense. Yes. And you still only gave up fifty eight. So if you're not handing in Erica, Kane's got really quick hands. Yes. Really good. She's a senior she's experienced and just taking the ball away. So you gotta give her credit, but. That part of it. How do you build off that just knowing that some of this was your own doing that can be corrected? It will help the defense as well. As the offense to stop the turnovers live ball to get him out and run, right? I think plan higher and wider. You know, I think sometimes we stand around and watch when somebody has a ball in their hands, and we're not screening and moving around them which or circling out of that which can create driving opportunities or passing opportunities for them. Sometimes we pick up our dribble necessarily certainly showing and learning and seeing what we're doing. And then monitoring it every day in practice. You know? I call it kick the can sometimes in practice when we're just turning the ball over left, and right and. Definitely. I thought we've done a better job from the month of November into December. I thought we clean that up a lot in November. I thought we turn the ball over way too much. And then it just kind of came back, and you know, credit you talk like you said Erica bean a four year senior starter, she's got quick hands and great instincts. Credit their defense. But we certainly have to do a much better job of value in the ball. So we can have those possessions because we need more shots Utah's fifteen in one gather great, and I think they should be knocking on the door for a top twenty five ranking. I don't know why. I don't know why either I think they certainly built their resume. Fifteen in one in their one loss came on an absolute buzzer beater. They're up seven with less than a minute to go to Arizona state and Arizona state tied it up back to back threes and hits the shot at the buzzer to win. You know, it was a heartbreaking loss for the youths. But they're talented. They've got two great seniors and some really good young kids around him. And and she's done a great job of Bill Knapp programs. Yeah, they were they're pretty good. As is the rest of the pack twelve they're gonna play a really good team coming up. The Stanford cardinal in Maples on Friday. We'll talk about that coming up right here on the Washington IMG sports network..

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"stuey" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"stuey" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I often am. Little embarrassed about my son's behavior until I realize that I don't need to explain anything. David. It's doing the explaining for himself. He's showing the way. And St Louis begins to pay attention. He threads through the narrative that I've given him the presence and absence of certain things he pours over the evaluations. From my son from the age of two to eighteen I look up at the clock and realized that six hours have passed. Stuey? Suddenly looks up at me. And smiles. He tells me that he has an explanation for all of it. Your son is not autistic. The anoxia it is birth the lack of oxygen caused brain damage. This is the traumatic brain injury. There. We were Stuey David and me in our ring having done battle for many hours. My adversary had become my hero. My son David had shown the way and as is true with any price fight. There was a decision and my son would get his services. Thank you..

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"stuey" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:36 min | 3 years ago

"stuey" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Me. Here's maria. Tomorrow. I've always tried to let my older son show me the way. When he was eight years old. He was obsessed with trains, and he insisted on having his birthday party at Grand Central station. Where he could watch the trains, come and go and hand out food to homeless people. He called them lonely people and that was his criterion for selecting who to approach lonely. At one point in the afternoon. I watched him walk up to a business man seated on a bench waiting for the five ten metro north to New Haven. And I stood there fascinated while the very lonely looking investment banker handed the sandwich back to my son. My son is also a person who lives with a disability. And it was always thought that he was functioning somewhere on the autism spectrum. But it never quite made sense that diagnosis and never corresponded with his profound sense of humanity and his hunger for relationship. Parents like me parents of people with disabilities. Spend our lives telling another story, I call it. The story. The story of the pregnancy. The story of the birth the story of the developmental milestones. Achieved or not achieved the story of the accumulating laundry list of the things that the person with a disability cannot do. And the service delivery system is set up in this contentious and adversarial manner, so parents like me are required to tell the story the same set of facts over and over again in order to get the services that our children require. To professionals eurocrats whose job it is to either not listen half. Listen or not believe the story and deny the services. I think that kind of is a narrative purgatory. Not to mention how it feels. When you wanna talk about your son's majestic humanity. To know that the story that really counts is how he can't tie his shoes. When my son was about to turn eighteen years ago. Eighteen years of age and was going to age out of the board of education system. He would lose all of the services that he had. So I decided to apply for Medicaid for him, which would cover the cost of extending the services that he requires into his adult life. This was going to be the most important telling of the story that I would ever do and his entire future hinged upon that. Literally if I didn't tell the story. Well, and he didn't get the services. He would have nowhere to go nothing to do. And nobody to do it with. A truly lonely life. So it's a gray autumn morning and my son who I'm going to call David and I David nice set out for the Brooklyn developmental disabilities. Services center, which is a nineteen seventies. Route A-List structure built on a toxic landfill in east New York to house people with developmental disabilities. And we go there to do battle with the state of New York for the Medicaid. And the state of New York here in represented by a clinical psychologist who I will call Stuey now that's not his real name. But his was an equally friendly diminutive and David is looking good. As the often does he's got on a hat and a jacket and David often look so good in fact, once he was nearly arrested for illegal use of his half fare card. So we arrived on the campus. And I it's David's turned to go in with Stuey. And this takes about an hour and a half and David comes out of his meeting with Stewart laughing and talking about his favorite kinks album. And Stuey shoots me a look that I've seen on a lot of bureaucrats, it's beleaguered and slightly sarcastic. And it tells me you're gonna lose this battle your son is too high functioning. So now, it's my turn to go in. I am not feeling particularly cooler put together. I've told this story many times, and I'm prepared to tell it again. I walk into the room with Stuey and pretty quickly. It becomes like a boxing ring. And the punches start flying Stuey draws his attention to an eighty page adaptive behavior assessment that I've completed on my son, Stuart says, you know, you said here that your son can't follow a simple three-step command. But he just told me that he's been writing the city subway system by himself for a long time. And he offered me some pretty complex trained directions. That's right. I say, and I go on to explain how he took his grandparents around the city in the subway when he was three years old. But he still can't sequence a shower, and he often leaves the bathroom with soap suds in his hair. Stuart says. You wrote here that your son can't do bilateral skills, and those are skills that involve tying shoelaces or cutting something, but he told me that he's learning how to play the guitar. That's right. And I explain how you never wanna give David a two fisted sandwich has most of it. A wind up on his lap or on the floor. But if he's playing music both is left and right brain and both hands are working in concert. I become aware that Stu is not buying any of this. And I'm losing this battle. David suddenly bursts into the room. He starts to scream at me. When are we leaving? We've been here all day. I've had enough I'm overwhelmed, and he paces the room like a caged animal, and I say, David maybe you want to listen to music. I've been listening to music the ipods out of juice. I don't know. What to do? Did you? Bring your charger. I say yes, yes. Yes. He says go get the charger. Let's plug the ipod. And maybe you can listen to some more music in a little while and David reaches into his backpack. Where he's got the charger when he pulls it out the bag explodes. Small pieces of paper half broken nubs of pencils? Food small pieces of plastic all over the room. And there I am again,.

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"stuey" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:26 min | 3 years ago

"stuey" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Nine nine months or you can pitch right at our website. The mark. Next week the story from a rea- who'd remarks we met Maria the community workshop we did with open future learning participants in this workshop for all parents of people with developmental disabilities. I happened to be in the audience when she told it, and the story is always stuck with me. Here's Maria Tamar staff. I've always tried to let my older son show me the way when he was eight years old. He was obsessed with trains, and he insisted on having his birthday party at Grand Central station. Where he could watch the trains, come and go and hand out food to homeless people. He called them lonely people and that was his criterion for selecting who to approach lonely. At one point in the afternoon. I watched him walk up to a businessman seated on a bench waiting for the five ten metro north to New Haven. And I stood there fascinated while the very lonely looking investment banker handed the sandwich back to my son. My son is also a person who lives with the disability. And it was always thought that he was functioning somewhere on the autism spectrum. But it never quite made sense that diagnosis and never corresponded with his profound sense of humanity and his hunger for relationship. Parents like me parents of people with disabilities. Spend our lives telling another story, I call it. The story. The story of the pregnancy. The story of the birth the story of the developmental milestones. Achieved or not achieved the story of the accumulating laundry list of the things that the person with a disability cannot do. And the service delivery system is set up in this contentious and adversarial manner, so parents like me are required to tell the story the same set of facts over and over again in order to get the services that our children require. To professionals eurocrats whose job it is to either not listen half. Listen or not believe the story and deny the services. I think of it kind of is a narrative purgatory. Not to mention how it feels. When you wanna talk about your son's majestic humanity. To know that the story that really counts is how he can't tie his shoes. When my son was about to turn eighteen years ago. Eighteen years of age and was going to age out of the board of education system. He would lose all of the services that he had. So I decided to apply for Medicaid for him, which would cover the cost of extending the services that he requires into his adult life. This was going to be the most important telling of the story that I would ever do and his entire future hinged upon that. Literally if I didn't tell the story. Well, and he didn't get the services. He would have nowhere to go nothing to do. And nobody to do it with. A truly lonely life. So it's a gray autumn morning and my son who I'm going to call David and I David nice set out for the Brooklyn developmental disabilities. Services center, which is a nineteen seventies. Route A-List structure built on a toxic landfill in east New York to house people with developmental disabilities. And we go there to do battle with the state of New York for the Medicaid. And the state of New York here in represented by a clinical psychologist who I will call Stuey now that's not his real name. But his was an equally friendly diminutive and David is looking good. As the often does he's got on a hat and a jacket and David often look so good in fact, once he was nearly arrested for illegal use of his half air card. So we arrived on the campus. And I it's David's turned to go in with Stuey. And this takes about an hour and a half and David comes out of his meeting with Stewart laughing and talking about his favorite kinks album. And Stu shoots me. A look that I've seen on a lot of bureaucrats, it's beleaguered and slightly sarcastic. And it tells me you're gonna lose this battle your son is too high functioning. So now, it's my turn to go in. I am not feeling particularly cooler put together. I've told this story many times and unprepared to tell it again. I walk into the room with Stuey and pretty quickly. It becomes like a boxing ring. And the punches start flying Stuey draws attention to an eighty page adaptive behavior assessment that I've completed on my son. Stuart says, you know, you said here that your son can't follow a simple three step command. But he just told me that he's been writing the city subway system by himself for a long time. And he offered me some pretty complex trained directions. That's right. I say and go on to explain how he took his grandparents around the city in the subway when he was three years old. But that he's still can't sequence a shower, and he often leaves the bathroom with soap suds in his hair. Stuart says. You wrote here that your son can't do bilateral skills. And those are skills that involved tying shoelaces or cutting something, but he told me that he's learning how to play the guitar. That's right. I said, and I explain how you never wanna give David a two fisted sandwich because most of it a wind up on his lap or on the floor. But if he's playing music both is left and right brain and both hands are working in concert. I've become aware that he's not buying any of this. And I'm losing this battle. David suddenly bursts into the room. He starts to scream at me. When are we leaving? We've been here all day. I've had enough I'm overwhelmed, and he paces the room like a caged animal, and I say, David, maybe you wanna listen to music. I've been listening to my music, the ipods out of juice. I don't know. What to do? Did you? Bring your charger. I say yes, yes. Yes. He says go get the charger. Let's plug the ipod. And maybe you can listen to some more news in a little while and David reaches into his backpack. Where he's got the charger when he pulls it out the bag explodes. Small pieces of paper half broken dubs of pencils. Food small pieces of plastic all over the room. And there I am again where I often am. Little embarrassed about my son's behavior until I realize that I don't need to explain anything David is doing the explaining for.

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"stuey" Discussed on Windows Weekly

Windows Weekly

04:49 min | 3 years ago

"stuey" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"Hello. She cooked Indian all week. Nice. What was your favorite dish of the week? I think Pawlak punchier was my favorite made Pinot peppier. It's the French cheese. Yeah. Wow. It's not for the faint of heart to make it. But I made it requires. The most adventurous Indian food, we make us butter chicken. I love butter chicken, but that's made up. I don't think that's actually Indian. That's That's what. what I'm. It's kind of on the Americanized menu. I've made TM Sala. That's good. Or you don't we get for people like you Mary Jo tofu. Curls. Have you ever had? Now, what are cheese Kurds, though, they're hard in a bag? Andy, you're not go told me about them and you soak them, and then they turned soft, and it's actually about the texture of chicken. It's perfect for that kind of Stuey dish. Welcome. Once again. Culinary weekly weekly. Also here thorough dot com. Paul thurrott. He's the major Domo at threat dot com. And if in charge of all of this as well. Hello, paul. Hello mary. Jo. A brand new year. A brand new one note notebook. Yeah. Exciting. Did you play a lot of call of duty during the break, Paul? I did when I was home. A we went to Boston for a few days it friends out over the New Year's holiday, but. Yeah, prestige, you know, the usual stuff. Each level thirty six in Pokemon, go does that cat. Probably. Nah. So you to as is your what have made lists for the new year predictions for Microsoft who wants to start? Can we can alternate in Mary Jo's? All right. Joe the pride of place goes to you. So I think if I'm looking all up at Microsoft for this coming year, the thing I have to remember every time I read a story is they are obsessed with Chromebooks and chrome OS whether they ever say that or not, and I think like they don't like if you ask them about it. If you say do you guys care about Chromebooks? So like, you know, what we don't really ever see that in competition. They are obsessed with it. And they should be right. I mean. The only company that made an anti Chromebook add ever, right, right? Yeah. If you look at it wouldn't buy that for a million dollars. Right. But if you look at what what's do where does windows fit anymore and their equation. It's on the desktop, and it's in devices lake slates, and tablets, and that's their main competition, there's chrome, and I think they don't want to say we're really worried about Chromebooks were scared of how they're penetrating not just an education, but in other markets that are key to us. But this this is driving them and latte out in our last episode when Chris cap Asala talked about his hidden gems. Remember, one of them was surface go, and they definitely see that as a Chromebook competitor. And there's a reason he called that out. He never mentioned Chromebooks. But. Interesting. I had windows. Ten lean is one of my items. And this is the coming Chromebook chrome o s competitor. But one thing I did over. I guess it would have been the last weekend was I went through the thousands of articles who published last year and tried to establish some of the key themes, you know, for twenty eighteen in originally. I haven't published a bunch of it because the Ridgely some of the big stuff lash was obviously the Intel specter meltdown stuff, and whatever, but I had so many Microsoft stories, and then so many windows ten specific stories that I kind of just did a top ten for that. And then I'll see if I'll get any of this other stuff. But the one thing that just missed the list was basically number eleven was Microsoft's continued education push. And you actually saw this wrote last year in a variety of ways, there's the big education show at the beginning of the year. Call I think it's called bet bet, and you can expect a bunch of stuff Microsoft around that, but there were other initiatives last year related to education, and I think. Not that they didn't always have an education strategy of some kind. But if we go back a little bit further to may of twenty s seventeen when they announced surface laptop and kind of formally said, look, this is how we're going to deal with crumb in education..

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