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"t r n" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO
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"t r n" Discussed on The Fantasy Plonker Podcast
"Rays look wrought by if you've times by ten that gives you twenty so it's going to be free own is not. He's GONNA be a. He's going to beat two times. He gives you full way pasta and a Xi's four eight hundred twenty days. Yea for sure so you go to Roy because your wall I teach their new give you that one. I'll give you that one even though you need a little help because I actually did she go through bird's not that I didn't waste one new stuff I may of of try to teach you before. So you ship do good so you about. Basan questionable free spell quarantine. Now you're right K. guy always comes off a ton I. I. N. T. R. N. A. Row Qua- kill you. Artie are in a plea. You in a worse walk quota here you are tain Ti in a quarantine Cuaron Kiew. I saw Aaron E. N. T. R. A. Nar Against Wrong Queue. I All I N T. I'm not brave young gable that okay Google if you want I talk some TV. Hartsburg way me softening you win so I'm on a free. Yeah this one. This is the one who isn't really question. 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"t r n" Discussed on Security Now
"The show we cover everything having to do with your security including I think this week maybe a little bit of Kovic nineteen there. He is the man. The myth the legend Steve Gibson who we hope live long and prospers. That's my plan I Still Rosie told me the news. Yeah what I've been very sick this past week and that's unusual for me The last time I was sick that I'm aware of was March. Twelfth of Twenty fifteen. That's how was he knows the day it was determined by someone. I think I must mentioned it in transit and so they went back and found it and of course we also know that. I've never missed a podcast because I've never been on my but for one and I remember much fifth twenty fourteen. You said I almost missed this. Podcast I remember okay. Yeah that's how that's how little you get sick. You exactly so So I you know the first question you asked us. Have I been tested. Unfortunately you know. That's the natural question to ask and I I would be first in line. Everyone knows though at one point. I was having so many blood tests during my dot. My vitamin D natural vitamin D production that the flow bottom asst who I rode up the elevator with at lab core every morning finally turned to me and said what the Hell is wrong with you the point being that. I'm all protesting but the truth is you can't get tested. I mean and I'm not really sure except for the it would be interesting to know about the spread of this because this is what's really interesting. What does our next few weeks looked like for example? I'm not if I'm positive. I'm not on anyone's map or anyone's chart. I have verified that we have community spread in my neighborhood so it exists. It exists here So so the fact so for me the fact that I so rarely sick and the fact that I happen to get sick last week so okay. That's it could. Just be pure coincidence. The second thing is that this has a different trajectory for me then any thing. I'm used to Me I meant to ever had this seasonal flu her. You know what that feels like. I don't know I didn't get seasonable. Rare people often get gastroenteritis the intestinal bug and which is a norovirus. Not The seasonal flu and they call it the flu or the stomach flu but if you had the flu you would know and the only reason and I've never had it either. The only reason I mentioned that is because I think that that would give you some benchmark for what it would feel like to have this flu. Yeah so you know. I've done a lot of reading and research wondering what this was because you still money a regular flu going around you know right and in fact in fact I was. It was interesting to see that when people are wanting to get the test what they are I tested for. Is Everything else that we already have. Lots of tests for in order to eliminate it being something other than Cova nineteen only if there then negative for everything that we know about then that qualifies them for to see if they're positive for covert nineteen so there's an elimination screen. I which is you know exactly what you would want to do. And then you get the real test. There were some new. There was some company opened to mobile testing stations and it the their locations were kept secret but of course nothing is secret in in social media. Someone posted their location and they were instantly swamped. Because in order to give you the test which is hilarious Laryngeal Probe goes way down on you. 'cause they have to wear all that protective gear and they have to change it in between each test so they the only time you're going to get tested in a drive through testing is if you have an appointment. They are not equipped to handle people to strive in. Upset me. It's safe. Here's a laryngeal test there's also then there are because the one I'm aware of they they stick this Q. Tip at like further up your nose then you then you knew because background into your throat. Yeah yeah all right okay yes? Yeah so I'm sorta the I don't know someday I will know because the second. There's an antibody test what they're doing right now. They're testing for fragments of the viruses. Dna which they have located so they they they They grabbed that they They Strip it apart. They amplify it to turn the T. R. N. A. and the DNA. So there's able to replicate. They did that and make a copy itself several million times so there's enough of it for them to see and then that they test. That's quite a piece. No wonder it is a yeah. Oh my God and and the problem is. It's that that the test that we have now. That process requires a whole bunch of of intermediate step reagents. And it's the reagents that we just don't have a stock of. Nobody was ready for this to happen. And so So anyway Reagents Specific Dacoven nineteen or they just generally the same. I don't know enough about the spread of tests. But what I have heard is that that's the shortage that it is a it's just there isn't CDC center of nonfunctional. Ragent I that was part of the program. Yeah exactly So so the antibody has been identified. There's a group of ten scientists You'll remember where they are Who have demonstrated the antibody deactivating the virus. So they're jumping up and down. It was published in New Scientist a couple of days ago. So you know. There's lots of progress being made. I the second I can get a test for. The antibody just won't matter then except to satisfy my own curiosity. I will do so to see whether I did have it. There were some reports of people getting reinfected and the medical community thinks. That's extremely unlikely that they were in China. They said they got better than they got reinfected. They're thinking you know. Flawed tests is various stages. But but apparently once you get this you. Do you argue your your body responds with its immune response? Generates antibodies to deal with it. And then you're better and so that's what to me. That's what feels different about. This is that I'm like I'm still having fitful sleep and and I I. My right eye became incredibly infected early late last week. This this began with a tickle in my throat Monday night a week ago when I was working on the podcast and I thought hm now I still have my tonsils so they're like they're like hair-trigger And they're the first indication that some foreigner as trying to get in and so it was worse. Tuesday morning I coughed a couple times during the PODCAST. I was self conscious of it because I was aware I was probably getting sick. I didn't even notice. I cough all the time so I didn't even know sell and of course I mentioned this delory. And she immediately disinfected the entire house. You know she went through medical school so she understands. A lot of this has been a big help immediately. Put ourselves into separate bedrooms and and you know normally whereas you know having been around as we're very touchy feely. There's this each other Ivette say. Yeah Yeah so so. It'll be interesting to see an another data point. I desperately don't want her to get sick because I'm so who knows whether that will happen or not so I don't know So you know the coincidence of mean like almost never getting sick except now oh what I was going to say was that the trajectory of this feels different. Normally if I'm hit by a virus it's a two or three day deal I dispatch with it. Thank you healthy. Immune immune system. It's just you know I'm never sick even back before vitamin D in The days where I had twenty three people you know something would wash through. As unfortunately to to to quote trump would wash through the company and I'd be the lone man standing everyone. Would you know at one point or another would just be nuked by this thing and just wouldn't get me or maybe I'd feel a little something you know. Go so me too a history of I don't know I should know my blood type. Read probably species that People Typo are Better less likely to get it then. Type A blood But Anyway so anyway. So so. We'll we're Laurie. And I are on self imposed quarantine and like not only from the world but from each other I'm at probably day. Eight of symptom. I'm sounding much better right now. I'm really happy with this. I mean I've got Kleenex around. I got I got T- instead of milk-based drink because that's better for phlegm anyway. So I wasn't sure that I was going to be able to do this a couple of days ago. It seemed unlikely. I took Sunday off which I never do Just because I just didn't have any steam and again that's for me. That's sort of the indicator that that I'm not over this yet and that my body is at war with something. That's taking it three times. Its normal length time so far to deal with normally it just dispatches something very quickly this time is different so I'm going to accept that there's a highly likelihood that you got it and I'm glad to survive. It's in the area it at like. It took a happen to get sick at this instant in time. Which is like what you know how you know the very coincidental And also it just it has a different feel. It has feels like this is something my body's never encountered before and so it's you know it's taking longer to work. It's antibody population and and deal with it but anyway so I just thought our listeners. What might find it interesting if not that. I'm representative of the population. I mean this is. I'm a almost sixty years. You'RE GONNA be sixty five win soon right next Thursday yappy birthday. Thank you yeah. I'm glad you made it so now I'm just I mean. It seems unlikely if this Cova did that that I didn't already infect Laurie before. I became symptomatic before we even knew although we did instantly implement lockdown for ourselves living together when we became suspicious of that. But so that'll be interesting to see. She just got an ammonia shot a few weeks before so she was thinking maybe that gave her system. A little opportunistic boost. At a time. When am I need? You know we don't know the case if you're older. You should have an ammonia shot. I have one and That it that it is a good thing In this case to have that too helps a little help. Little protective extra protective. Yeah and in general you know. Of course now. We're a day in too much increased lockdown Which is I think makes so much sense. If you know in theory if I was thinking about this if it had an are not of one then nothing would happen..
"t r n" Discussed on The Tennis.com Podcast
"Invariably with almost zero exception Kids do it and suck and it's not because they're not talented or they're not gonNA turn out to be excellent broadcasters many of them do and have it is impossible to to do that once with all the pressure of knowing that you have one shot and no experience to give you that underlying confidence and so you know what you're doing to nail it. It's impossible and so kids would do it. And they they flame out or they'd flooded or they'd give up or crash and burn or they do a boom goes the dynamite kind of thing and they'd they'd come off dejected and I'd be like don't forget it. Don't worry about it. That's the first of many the only way to do do it is by doing it. And however you get your first job by Hook or by Crook that's where you'll do it five nights a week and you'll get the reps and you'll develop the confidence and to your point that I don't make mistakes that's a complete fallacy. The differences that I've been doing it for so long that I don't get shaken when I make mistakes and I think that most broadcasters would tell you that I'm confident enough in what I'm doing. That will make the mistake but it won't. I won't freak out and compounded go. You know what that I blew it. But I'll be fine tomorrow or I'll be fine in the next segment whereas if you don't have that sort of institutional overtime confidence you make the mistake and you go. Oh my God. I'm going to do that again. And in your world starts the Kremlin it compounds itself so I think it's really it can only be developed organically and you can only gain confidence by doing it and failing doing and recovering from the failure and some that takes longer for some people than others but I love that process and in a way when nothing goes wrong. Anybody can do it. I mean not anybody but it's when it goes wrong. How calm can you stay? How how much can you slow down the process where you can think solve the problem and get out of it versus being a panicked so like I? It's fun to watch kids progress through that gain confidence over time and I remember when that started to happen for me and it wasn't until I got my because my first tape sucked also and it was when I got my first job that I did night after night and I was really diligent about watching tapes and critiquing myself and trying to get better and slowly started to happen banana and you gain that confidence right. I mean it makes perfect sense because also sounds like some that translates to everything else. People do. It's like a little more. You do it the better you get and then watching yourself back. was that a challenge. You know watching tapes of some of yourself the first few times is tough and then critiquing yourself and being like wow. It's terrible label throwback and been like what was I doing for sure I have great. I have a box full tape. Unfortunately the formats of the tapes have have changed so many times that I can't. I have three quarter inch tapes. I've Beta tapes. I Have D. C. Pro tapes that I don't have a machine to put them anymore so at some point I will have to go to some service that can transfer all of those too but I have them in a box but yeah I have some That are on video and that are on an old VHS machine that I have in my basement and yeah a disaster and And then you. It's funny when you plug in because there's also clips of me on. ESPN online and they pop up in like a thirty for thirty every now and then my my twitter goes mad and people. Text Me Dude. I saw you in a thirty for thirty. You were so young. I'm like yeah I know but I remember being that age and and being you know. Everything's a progression. I was what I was supposed to be when I was twenty. Four twenty five twenty six and I think I am what I'm supposed to be now and I found my place here which has been the greatest blessing of my career. Because this is This is you doing sportscenter I always wanted to do the tennis remotes at ESPN. I could not crack it and I did a couple of ESPN international shows with people. But I and this is what I always even though every kid that does sports wants to do sports center. I was doing sportscenter and wanted to do this. Is there anything left that you want to do. Of course there's more I mean. It sounds like you already Nina. The ambitious over them. That do I look that close to the grave. That look great. Great wasn't fishing for that. But I yeah I have ambitions. I mean I would really like liked Host of some sort of podcast that ad aired on the international version of tennis channel. I always thought about that as you know of destination I I look at. TC lives revove midway point. But if I could if I could do in in a small room on the second floor of a building culver city with a yellow placard on an Easel. A podcast with two people Sorry to see how far you keep going. No I mean it's funny I WanNa see where we're going I mean I do the Olympics for NBC. which is was a huge thrill especially the first time I did in two thousand twelve when tennis this was that women And to do play by play there for the first time and then in two thousand sixteen I hosted the coverage And we NBC gives gives Puts All tennis on Bravo and the the networks devoted tennis for the length of the tennis competition at the Olympics so that was a thrill I mean there. There were things outside of sports that I probably spire to earlier in my career that I may have given up on this point but I wouldn't say I would. I would mm feel a little dead inside if I actually gave up on on some of my dreams. I'm not GonNa let go them but right now. I want to tennis channel's going. We're in huge growth mode. Owed the last three years have been incredible in terms of what we're doing compared to when I first started broadcasting matches here or moving into a new building which is really exciting. We keep getting more rights to more tournaments our footprint is growing our studio footprint is growing TC Live is a thing. That didn't exist when I first started here and now we do a three hour pre game at the. US Open do all these post Games after center court coverage Asia so many days out of the year we have this immense infrastructure. Were were like we were kind of A. You know a shoestring network when we started. We are legit. This is a feminine walk around this place. Look at the editor's look at the screeners. Look at the production facility. This is a real network with Close to seventy million subscribers and a huge fan base and I think that we take very seriously right being the big caretakers of this sport intelevision three hundred sixty five days a year and I think viewers are starting to catch on to that and have the muscle memory now tuning into us when it matters for our sport I like. I'm really proud to be a part of that. Amin as you should be as we all are but you also dabble implying tennis right off. Michael please what is your I want to be a US. P. T. R. N. T. R. Rating. I I'm I'm a I'm a crap player But I will tell you you that I am currently. I'm glad you have the camera rolling when I walked in here. I am limping this week. Because I tore ligaments in my ankle last Tuesday taking the lesson playing tennis he give us full fall. Oh Yeah I mean. I went over on the ankle. I was hey I get to tell a tennis war story I was taking a lesson back home in DC. I live in Maryland and I was running out to my forehand for a running forehand. Went to plant my right foot to plant hit and my right ankle totally went over and I it felt to me. I don't know we don't have a replay. It felt like it went ninety degrees over. I felt it popped and it was the second most painful thing I've ever felt in my life and I want to I the next day I went to see my orthopedist I've had a few surgeries and Yeah tour to like immense. By by the way that's maybe over-dramatizing every time you sprain your ankle it's a degree of tearing your ligament so Yeah I I can show. I'll show you the picture. It's black and South Swan. The bigfoot phone pretty cool but yeah no that's a big that's that's sasquatch kind of foot. Can I ask what the most painful one is then. Is that inappropriate God. It's a story that my friends now. I had a thing called Compartment Syndrome in my right leg seven years ago. It's a thing where your leg swells up. I tore my calf playing volleyball. Eyeball to know. I was just on vacation playing beach volleyball in Mexico was nice and it leads internally and it blows up your calf and cuts off the you have to have surgery to relieve the praises a long story.
"t r n" Discussed on The Big 98
"Every game I play in a given year anywhere from about twenty to twenty four different games here so I can be abreast of everything that's going on in the industry yeah yeah it's research you do you do in your office right you get paid to play video games what I call it excellent excellent speak with Eric Reid vice president of merchandising for game stop thanks so much for spending time with us this morning and and updating us on how we can keep our kids safe from those adult video not a problem thanks for having this is Tennessee matters from T. R. N. big ninety eight Sunday morning Hey good morning welcome to December twenty ninth looks like some rain this afternoon around sixty nine if you don't care about that you still will get out of the house you check out the holiday lights still happening over it cheap wood and there's also ice featuring a Christmas story that's out at the **** joint and back here at big ninety eight get a chance to see Key Durbin new year's eve when the autographed guitar you can also pick which rooftop you'll hang out at Luke's thirty two bridge FGL house or chase now dean's Gabi cellphone texting Keith the six four eight not by texting key to six four eight not body could be the big winner right now confirmation Texan by do you stand a messaging and data to block all you need do is the eighteen a live in Tennessee only press their own superior formula works immediately protecting your engine from the elements to keep your engine running better.
"t r n" Discussed on Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook
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"t r n" Discussed on Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook
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"t r n" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
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"t r n" Discussed on This Is Only A Test
"Sabre sounds right? It's really fun video. And then you mentioned lots on quest. There was okay. And then lob. Oh, yeah. You've spent the logo I have built all the Laba. Oh elephant the bird, the wind pedal blaster, we're going to video shortly. So to get your impressions, but quick quick. Fifteen second review. It works much better than I expected the -til. The are for my daughter is like she didn't want to build a LeBow. 'cause it's it's she's six it's a little hard for that edge. But the Dulce like building the lava the billing Superfund, very satisfying, the actual VR. She played with her for like four minutes was like, hey, dad. Can I go play the game on the in your office because she seemed really she seeing the real VR spoiled so jaded, but but the thing I will say is like the things that they do with the I R camera on the right, joy Khan, and the multiple I am used to get increased accuracy. And like kind of six off work shockingly. Well that elephant thing you'll you'll see I can't wait to see what you think. I'm really curious to see what makes you sick Gina didn't try. Well. Yeah. But like, the there's a tilt brush equivalent that works shockingly well with that L with the elephant wives. And that's that works because they know the range of motion of the cardboard, and they have I am you. In both of the pieces of the guard board they stats to three things and your head the camera and the camera when you're headed is. Yeah. And it works shockingly. Well, these social they those are labeled as usual of the face of the elephant there's five stickies, and they the other thing. That's awesome about it that I didn't realize on the previous law. I built is that in that discover tab the blue section they show you and illustrate how everything works. So you can see like even show you what the camera sees they show you. They let you experiment on your own with the camera live all sorts of stuff. It's it's really really neat. I'm looking forward to bomb. Yeah. It should be fun. Great. And you get to convert with one of them was always good Berg, I'm bird. I'll stop. Thank you, Robby. And thank you for joining this week and guesting and educating us on just just on about cars. That's my jam. It's good to see you guys. Anything new will you can. I played spooky with my daughter on the stream this weekend. Okay. She came in while I was playing my daily spunky and she was like coming play dead. I was like, yes. Sure. What's the worst thing that cap putting six year old on the internet? It was very sweet we had a really good time. Oh. Nothing on the front to announce right now, we have some cool projects that are coming close to fruition. I hope the show so Rishion foolish and Robbie anything new in your world. You wanna promote? Let's find you on the economy online on the Instagram and the Twitter's at S T R N G W Y S, it's strange ways with no vowels, and I have I have some bands. And my bands are having some shows coming up. So there'll be a prince Bowie thing in July, and it looks like fingers crossed. There will be a death punk verses LCD Soundsystem thing in June. So if you live in the bay area you like dancing, do you still do LCD Soundsystem thing on the records? And we we we stopped. We were we we were doing eighty show in ninety show ended a talking head show, and then our bass player moved away, and then guitarists taken a hiatus. So we decided just to go back because we had new songs now that the ban put out a new albums new album. So we went back..
"t r n" Discussed on KTRH
"Fox News Warner Brothers studio made more money at the box office this year than ever before. Thanks to a star is born aquaman and the Meg they took almost two billion dollars in the US and another three and a half billion overseas that still only makes them the number two studio in Hollywood though behind the Walt Disney company tonight both studios can expect. A win couple of Golden Globes. They're going to be handed out on NBC this evening. A star is born green book and the favorite each collected five nominations. No female directors that were on heard news on demand at K R, H dot com. We'll have another update at eight thirty. I'm Nikki Courtney on Houston's news, weather and traffic station. Newsradio seven forty K T R N, Nikki I have a question for you. I think it's worth a news story. You can throw it Brian. Everybody's way in the newsroom this week. How many Texans fans are going to give up their season tickets? Dead serious with that question. I think there's a lot of frustrated people that know that. Okay, great. You do line ten game winning streak. But if you're not willing to play your best when you get to the playoffs might as well, not go and watch anymore. Yeah. There's going to be that frustration. But I think every NFL team goes through that from time to time. So no, they're not all there's the there's no waiting list on a lot of these teams season tickets holders. Unfortunately, the Green Bay Packers have some frustration here. Randy. I'm so disappointed in their effort and the coaching. I know that was hard to watch. I really was at least the Cowboys one for me. Well, there's always next year. You tell I lived in Chicago. Back when the bears won the Super Bowl. They went through some rough times too. But we'll overcome. Maybe this is the year for the Chicago Bears. They're going to be playing today is that the game for the bears in Philadelphia. Yeah. Bears and eagles are going to be the second game this afternoon. I need I don't even know who the Cowboys get to play next week. And we know that I don't think we do yet. No. I think that's going to be deterrent. That's yet to be determined. Look, I I bring the season tickets up because I I know for a fact a friend of mine got rid of his season tickets after one really bad year. He's like, that's it. I'm done, and you know, a loss in the playoffs. So pathetic showing in the playoffs. I know a lot of people are going. I'm very curious to see how many people give up their season tickets because of what happened the playoffs. I just share with you. I lived in San Francisco for ten years. And I was there when Joe Montana, Jerry Rice, the forty nine. Then they went through some disappointment to and then I lived in Nashville, and I was there when the Oilers moved in and those exciting first year the titans and that went through some bad times. So this happens, we'll we'll get through. Little miss sunshine. Always the optimist. I will find a silver lining.
"t r n" Discussed on Go West, Young Podcast
"That. We always wrap up with a look back at this week in western history. Of course, when it's the first week of November, it's easy to point to any number of consequential elections in western history. But since the country is focused on political violence right now for mail bombings to the Pittsburgh synagogue massacre. We're going to go back over century to a deadly day in Everett Washington, November fifth nineteen sixteen. It was a Sunday. Woodrow Wilson was two days away from being re elected president and labor tensions were high in the Pacific northwest, the economy of Everett was seriously, depressed, there'd been a number of labor, rallies and speeches in the streets. Organizers from the industrial workers of the world better known as the wab. He's were supporting a five month long strike by shingle workers. Never it already vigilante mobs organized by businesses had beaten up the wobbles and run them out of town. So the I w w from Seattle decided to make the trip up to Everett and solidarity. Three hundred members met at the union hall in Seattle that day March down to the docks and boarded two steamers headed north as they approached the dachshund Everett wobbly sang their fight song. Hold the fort. Seeger in the songs walkers, by the way, the business owners knew the wadis were coming they'd sent goon squads to the docks, and they were also on at least one tugboat sitting in the harbor the businesses also had the sheriff on their side. He was known for targeting union activists with beatings arbitrary arrests. As the first steamer drew into the dock the sheriff met them along with two hundred vigilantes the sheriff called out, boys. Who's your leader, the wildly laughed and replied, we're all leaders as the union boats. Swung out gangplank. The sheriff drew his gun told them they couldn't land there. A wildly came up to the front and said the hell weekend. It's not clear who shot first, but a ten minute long firefight, followed most of the wadis weren't armed. But obviously some of them were passengers on the wad leaf steamer rushed to the opposite side of the ship. Nearly capsized the rail broke some of them fell overboard over one hundred seventy five bullets. Hit the pilot house alone. The captain only survived by ducking behind the ship safe. One of the union members forced the ship's engineer at gun point to put the engines hard stern and back out of the dock the captain then warmed off the other wildly steamer which was still approaching Everett to this day. The full death toll of the Everett massacre isn't known to of the so-called citizen, deputies lay dead another sixteen or twenty of them were wounded, including the sheriff at least some of those folks were shot in the back by their own people. Remember, this is basically just an angry mob vigilantes that had been deputized by the sheriff. It's also possible that some of the dead were hit by crossfire coming from that vigilante tugboat the I w w officially listed five people killed with twenty-seven hurt the actual number of dead may have been his highest twelve because of some of those folks who fell overboard, it's not clear if they drowned or Rashad in the water after that shootout the local wobbly. And Everett went ahead with their street rally anyway, and the surviving vigilantes rounded them up and sent them off to jail when the ships got back to Seattle seventy four wobbly were arrested, including an I w w leader Thomas, h Tracy. They were charged with the murder of the two deputies, but after a two month trial and twenty two hours of deliberation. Tracy was acquitted and prosecutors dropped charges against the others. The verdict marked the last chapter of what was the deadliest day in northwest labor history. One hundred two years ago this week in western history. Well, that is it for this episode of go west young podcast. I know it's been awhile since our last one, but keep your eye on this feed because we are going to be back here later this week the size of the midterm elections. And what the results mean for our public lands? If you haven't yet, I would love it. If you left us a review on apple podcasts that of course is the best way for new listeners to find us. I also love to hear your feedback podcast, western priorities dot org is where to send Email. You. Also, find the on Twitter, a Weiss or all of us at western priorities. That's W S T R N priorities on Twitter. Thanks again to Joel Clement for joining us. I'm Aaron Weiss and on behalf of all of us Senator for western priorities. Thanks for listening. The ball boy calming man base through side-by-side. Keep brassing victory will come.
"t r n" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"I'll let him I'll let him take the, I'll tell you next week But I'm very, proud and excited for him. And I think, if you like our show. You don't like his show Good do One of my closest friends where my dear dear French and this where he needs to be in this what he needs to. Be doing and I think his voice will be a welcome part of the. Houston Airways and if you've ever listened to, this show at some point we played. A parody and if you ever thought any of those parodies were not funny producer Kimmy had nothing to do. With it but if you ever laughed at any parody we ever put on this on the air on this. Show. Morning It was produced by producer Guinea I've never in thirteen years witnessed anything like this This guy To give you a sense of. His day he gets up He gets up at a time that the. Bars are closing He gets into the station I think he's. Probably the first guy in our building three thirty or so he begins producing. The Walton Johnson show a syndicated show all over the country He does everything that they. Need for him does an incredible job and has the respect of two guys. That have been in radio been they've been a syndicated show for thirty years Those guys are heavyweights in the industry and he's there, producer which in and of, itself is a big deal they brought him to Houston from the. Man cow show where within within the, company t. r. n. syndicated the man Cal show they were known in. Portland which is where TR in the syndicator at the time was headquartered when mankind had a nationally syndicated show they were known as man. Calendar brow because Kenny has very thick eyebrows I'll tell you what, he is so he produced he produces there show they get off the. Air late morning ten o'clock Ramon off at ten they do all their production which he coordinates then he comes in and looks, at whatever we whatever else, we meet he's already helped us on our morning show and then. He goes out and usually gets audio, man on the street audio talks to people works on production begins writing Parodies and more doing more work more production then he then he. Does his own show which airs late at night The, guy never, stops never seen, anything like it and it's not just the long hours, he keeps he's creative he's funny you know on our side the left does funny better than the right does funny and that's to our detriment because young people. Like funny and, non-political people. Like funny and you can sometimes get the point across about politics. About a political issue you're making you you can you can marginalize somebody. On the. Other side with, a good parody and I would point to what Tina, Fey did to Sarah Palin powerful she cheat she, reduced Sarah Palin effectiveness by ten percentage points with what she did, whether you. Agree or not as true and producer Kenny will start on September fourth With his own show weekdays two, to three PM here in. Houston On. R. c. nine fifty AM and I am extraordinarily proud, of him he has worked so hard To get to this point and it is a good day for Houston radio as good day for people list who listen. To radio all across the country because. You'll be able to hear his show on the iheart app his dad passed about two years ago I only my only regret of this day is that his dad didn't get to know that Kenny. Hat now has, in addition to all the other things he does Kenny now has his own show and you know I guess the guys that I. Gave Jesse waters a shot Are you know I'd, like his politics or Stephen Colbert but a, guy or Conan O'Brien but here's a guy that has just continued working intended to work continue to work and earned it and so very proud for. Kenny Webster producer Kinney as we call. Him and I'm very proud for Jesse Kelly in it's a good day for radio and I'm thankful to our company for giving them an opportunity to have their own shows and to you know I, think there should, be a lot of unique special different voices in the marketplace You know it's not, good when your only choices are a handful of shows even if they're very good shows the big, nationally syndicated, shows it is a good thing when listeners have, a chance to get different perspectives Different views different Different ways of entertaining and. Informing and communicating and so I applaud our our, company EDI MARTINI especially the guy who I took a chance on me forgiven two guys a chance to get to crack the Mike and do their own show with their..
"t r n" Discussed on KTRH
"Him take the, I'll tell you next week But I'm very proud and excited for him. And, I think if you like our show like. His show too good do One of my closest friends where my dear dear, French And this where he needs. To be in this what he needs to be doing and I think his. Voice will be a welcome part of the Houston Airways And if you've ever listened to this show at some point we played a parody and if you ever thought any of. Those parodies were not funny then producer Kinney had nothing to do with it But if you ever laughed at any parody we ever put, on this on the air on this show morning It was produced by producer Guinea I've never in thirteen years witnessed anything like this This guy To give you a sense of. His day he gets up He gets up at a time that the. Bars are closing He gets into the station I think he's. Probably the first guy in our building three thirty or so he begins producing the. Walton and Johnson show a syndicated show all over the country He does everything that. They need for him does an incredible job and has the respect of two. Guys that have been in radio been they've been a syndicated show for thirty years Those guys are heavyweights in the industry and he's, there producer which in of, itself is a big deal they brought him to Houston from the. Man cow show where within within the, company t. r. n. syndicated the man Cal show they were known in. Portland which is where TR in the syndicator at the time was headquartered when mankind had a nationally syndicated show they were known as man. Calendar brow because Kenny has very thick eyebrows I'll tell you, what he is so he produced he produces there show they get. Off the air late morning at ten, o'clock Ramon off at ten they do all their production which she coordinates Then he comes in and looks at whatever. We whatever else we need he's. Already helped us on our morning, show and then he goes out and usually gets audio man on the street audio. Talks to people works on, production begins writing Parodies and more doing more work more production then he then he. Does his own show which airs late at night The, guy never, stops never seen, anything like it and it's not just the long hours, he keeps he's creative he's funny you know on our side the left does funny better than the right does funny and that's to our detriment because young people like funny and non-political. People like funny and you can sometimes get the point across about. Politics about a political issue you're making you can you can marginalize somebody on. The other, side with a, good parody and I would point to what Tina Fey, did to Sarah Palin was powerful she cheat she, reduced Sarah Palin effectiveness by ten percentage, points with what she did, whether you. Agree or not as true and producer Kenny will start on September fourth With his. Own show, weekdays two to, three PM here in Houston on k. p. r. c., nine fifty AM and I am extraordinarily proud of, him he has worked so. Hard To get to this point and it is. A good day for Houston radio as. Good day for people list who listen to radio all across the country because you'll be able to hear his show on the iheart app his dad passed about two years ago I only my only. Regret of this, day is that his dad didn't get to know that Kenny hat now has in, addition to all the other things he does Kenny now has his own show and you know I guess the guys that. I gave Jesse waters shot Are you know. Like his politics or Stephen Colbert but a, guy or Conan O'Brien but here's a guy that has just continued working intended to work continue to work and earned it and some very proud for. Kenny Webster producer Kinney as we call. Him and I'm very proud for Jesse Kelly in it's a good day for radio and I'm thankful to our company for giving them an opportunity to have their own shows and to the I think, there should be, a lot of unique special different voices in the marketplace You know it's not good, when your only choices or a handful of shows even if they're very good shows the big nationally syndicated, shows it is a good thing when listeners have, a chance to get different perspectives Different views different Different ways of entertaining and. Informing and communicating and so I applaud our our, company EDI MARTINI especially the guy who I took a chance on me forgiven two guys a chance to get to crack the Mike and do their own show with their. Name on it, it's it's a it's a great great experience to have that opportunity because everyone of.
"t r n" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai
"And and then I met Gabler Tron that's my last name. If I was a robot BB l. e. r. t. r. n. and the book comes out September, fourth and inferring shake comes out every Thursday. Amazing. Yeah, thanks for having me on this. You're always a fucking. Thank you. Thanks. Is it hard to delight? Yes, yes, it is exhausting and I'm going to have to go take him out to get over. All right. We're almost there. We're almost at the end of the show, but I are chasers. Chasers are the good stuff that helps all the bad shit go down berry. Do you have a chaser? I do have a chaser set originally was going to be the concert that you took us to, but now but might chase this week does include a time where we were talking about on the run tour. True. It's pop rocket. So there's this podcast co pop rocket, and it's usually hosted by guy Branam who has been a friend of the pod and we were on their show and it was my amac. I'm on Mike for it, and it was my first time being on a podcast that I was not producing. So that was fun chaser for me, it was. It was a great conversation I it should be out by the time this episode comes out. So if you wanna go listen to it, met naira on it. And yeah, it was a good time. It made me happy that was much easier for the week. Your first and. Only time on a podcast that you have not produced so don't get used to it. All right. What about you met? My chaser is a franchise. It is a piece of American iconography. It is a piece of art culture. It is mama, Mia, because I have been listening to mama. Mia, the soundtrack for what feels like forever. Even though I had just watched the movie, Mamma, Mia, for the very first time, like a month ago, and then we watched it together. It was my first time again, and it's a horrible movie even though it was nominated for Golden Globe for best picture. It was so fun though, and Meryl Streep, was nominated for as best actress, which feels like it's only because it's Meryl Streep, but I don't give a shit. Okay. It's amazing. And now mama. Mia. Here we go again. Out and share is putting out an entire cover album of Abba songs. What? Yes, I did not know this. How did you not know this? It's all that the internet has been talking about by the internet. I mean like five gay people that I follow. She just released the first teaser song which has gimme gimme gimme. Anyway, mommy, what a joy. Thanks for listening on happy hour apple podcasts or Spotify Stitcher, wherever you get podcast hit that some fry Butman rate us and review with only. Unhappy. Our is a production of pine up three media. It's produced by berry wrinkle, Claire, tie and me a special. Thanks to Jen. Weiss. Berman, MAC, linski, Josh win, and Dana at will music by Hans fail. Sue. You can find me on all the social media's at map. Bella Cy of that said that several. Thank you for listening saying that streak abai.
"t r n" Discussed on Your Art Sucks
"Process of creating and getting paid for your art or design, or performance, or book or film. There are always a multitude of people between you and that paycheck. Everyone wants a piece of the pie and if any one of these parties decides that they didn't get their fair shake. Well, my friend, you could easily find yourself sitting across the table from a team of lawyers, just waiting to bleed you dry. For an example of this. I just read about a lawsuit that was filed by an art buyer and this. Buyer paid millions of dollars for a sculpture, but it appears the buyer wasn't provided the work in a reasonable timeline by the gallery. So now the gallery and the artists have become defendants. It appears the artist had no idea that the gallery didn't deliver, and he had no part of the transaction, but regardless of his lack of involvement, he still named in the suit. So now everyone has to spend thousands of dollars and countless hours giving depositions hearing counter arguments, phone calls and meetings the many meetings, they're going to have to attend all in of being attempt to avoid the inevitable reality that someone's gonna have to pay and for his sake. Let's hope that the artists involved is in the one left holding the bag. That's a crazy story, right? A simple transaction that blew up into a multi-million dollar 'cause that hardest never saw it coming. I also bet the artist didn't see the inevitable social media backlash. Now this backlash will most likely push down the. Price of his art just to appease the ever demanding public. They know how to capitalize off fear who knows what the real cost will be when all is said and done. So I ask you as this episode left, you feeling exposed or suddenly and acutely aware the your business accurate is less than stellar. Do contracts appear to be written in some ancient language. Are you unsure of the difference between a consideration and condition? Hell would you even know if you're being taken advantage of by an agent or a manager by simply looking at a balance sheet, lucky for all of us, there are things you can do today to protect yourself from such calamity. Now this is never going to be one hundred percent antidote. There are just too many people who love to litigate, but it's the best up. You can take to lessen the risk. So now you're saying, MO, what is that step? That's a simple answer. Join a guild or similar nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting and. Preserving, they medium you work in. That's it. Join a group that has your interest at the core of their commitments. A simple search can yield you the appropriate association for your chosen field a work. But for example, in the US we have the Screen Actors Guild in that's obviously for actors. We have the authors guild for writers and for designers and painters and digital artists. There's the Artis killed. Each of these organizations is a safe and effective resource for all creative types to educate themselves on contract laws or get references for agents or management. These people have a solid reputation in the industry regardless of where you are in your career, these groups are there for you, and now some are going to require membership fees to fully access their tools. You'll find very few who would argue that they aren't worth the investment. Ultimately you're investing in your future and depending on where you live, you can most likely right off this expense when tax time ROY. Around, just make sure you have an account who knows about self employment regulations. Now, before I wrap up, I just had a passing thought if any of you are thinking that you don't need guilds professional guidance because you can use your serious Google skills to replace the decades of experience the offer and save yourself a few bucks in the process. Well, take a second reconsider your utter foolishness. Sure. You may be one hell of negotiator. You may understand contracts and hell. You may even have a business degree from a leading institution and all that's great. Let's remember what your job is your here to create great art. You're not here to spend your days sifting through contracts or financial documents. But as we all have learned, it's always important to keep one eye on the books. I remember what Andy Warhol said making money is art working is art and good business. Well. That's the best art. K. I wanna thank you for listening and I do hope you've learned something from this episode. There was a lot to take in from these stories for those of you who left me amazing feedback on itunes to know that I've helped anybody in any way is so humbling for me for those of you who may not have left reviews or ratings. That's okay. Please continue to listen and subscribe. Tell your friends on whatever social media platform you frequent. The great news is the show's been a number one top podcast in the US I tunes art category, many times this month because of you. So a big, thank you. If you want to reach out to me, I'm always on Twitter at your art sucks pot or you can reach me through the website at your art sucks podcast dot com. I love hearing from you before I go, I want to say a big. Thank you to the Saint Paul film cast. They have a great podcast about film, and I've always considered myself to be a bit of a film buff. But this podcast was so informative and fun. Have a listening is amazing what you can learn music for this and all episodes has been. Divided by NC t. r. n. m. and linked to his work and always be found on the website. Now stop listening to me and go join a guild, protect yourself. Thanks.
"t r n" Discussed on Your Art Sucks
"His own designs, hearse manager. He contested this by explaining the origin of hers piece was from a book titled the penguin dictionary of curious and interesting geometry printed in nineteen Ninety-one. The problem is is that that was the exact book that Robert Dickson had his designing so so much for as manager coming to his defense. It's tough to defend somebody by saying they stole this idea from a book, so it's not yours to the person that had the design in the book. So the rabbit hole of plagiarism goes on from here as English poet, Charles Thompson, he wrote an article which he cites fifteen cases were her stole his concepts from other artists, but this show is not about creating your own art and one could say that stealing ideas is just what art has always been. Okay. That's a shaky argument. But let's accept it for the moment. Let's just say that all of these alleged thefts are the same thing as creating your own work. Well, I would say that I've been using these examples to give you some insight into his character, and more importantly, set the stage for what is a concrete example of brazen acknowledgement that his work was not made by himself. And this came with her screation of his dot paintings. Now, if you haven't seen these works well, there's not much to say about them other than their dots of varying sizing color. Yeah, dots and they're not like Surat's Dodds or any of the impressionist version of Dodd's. These are just dots makes me think of his earlier comment though, about making shitty work and trying to pass it off, doesn't it. And it's not that Hearst just made one of these dot paintings. He's credited for having around thirteen hundred sixty five of these paintings in the art market. So how does one make over a thousand dot paintings? Does easy you farm out the work to assistance? Yes. The same thing can stop. You did rearing its ugly head again, a couple of decades later, like I said, trends are cyclical in two thousand thirteen Hearst openly admitted that he is only responsible for the first twenty five spot paintings, and his assistance have done the rest. But he still told Reuters last year that every single spot painting contains my I, my hand in my heart. Sounds like stabby saying that he was the artist, even though he didn't do the work, doesn't it? Well, here we have another funny coincidence because it appears that Hearst like stabby had assistance that he was very proud of acknowledging further involvement in his work. In her case, it was Rachel Howard. He said of her this. She's the best person who ever painted spots for me. She's brilliant, absolutely fucking brilliant. The best spot painting you can have by me is one painted by Rachel. Wow. The only thing missing here is the sixty minutes reporter, videotaping him the similarities between Hearst and custodian do end at some point, though. Hearst is still a legend. His work has recently lost value. That's true. Some say almost about thirty percent of the original selling price of just a few years ago, but there is no doubt that Hearst did not really suffer from his mass production spot paintings. The vital thing to point out is a while. Critics may feel Hearst is nothing more than a peddler who's no defined style of his own. There are far too many collectors that would benefit from purchasing his work for years to come will there you have it to artists who tried to leverage outsourcing to increase the production of their work only to increase their bottom line while both were very brazen about the act and both use the controversy to further the narrative around them, they didn't come to the same end. So where does that leave us to be? Sure we can answer the notion that the idea that artists must create their own art, his one that appears to be dead buyers, regardless of their knowledge of art or the future value of an artist appear to be completely content with purchasing work. The artists had no hand in. We also know that it's no longer a secret to be kept hell artists today have no idea why anyone would be upset buying work made by some Chinese laborers in small village. But the bigger question to me is what do you think. Would you be okay being the next Marcus tabby or the next Damien? Hirst sure. The money, they may be a definite bonus, but would you be okay with people believing? You're nothing more than a con artist or a hack? Could you live with the title of an artist you didn't actually earn? I mean, I'm not sure that I could on a personal level. I don't know if I'd be comfortable being viewed in such a manner, but if I'm being one hundred percent honest, there's a part of me that's not ignorant to believe that slaving over every inch of your work makes you any more of an artist than Hearst or war Haller Vinci if the art world is full of people wanting to give you money for a great scam, then who am I to call anybody a fraud? I mean, fuck if somebody wanted to give me thousands or tens of thousands of dollars for a work I didn't make but called my own the my the hell not is that being a Selo probably. Is that damaging to the world of art and the artists who are trying to push the medium forward in an honest and thoughtful approach. Yeah. But the only question I guess you have to ask yourself is what's more important to you? Is it originality or often Tissot or is it shameless promotion for the sake of enrichment? I think that such questions are essential to ask yourself. You need to know what lies at the core of your soul in regards to what is pushing you to make art. You need to be brutally honest with what you're doing all of this for. Are you more concerned with running a con or building a craft, either way you choose. It has its positives and negatives to be certain help, but there's good things to come out of this question because when you do answer it for yourself, you can then begin to shape your art around this identity. Remember that art trend cycle from authentic to appropriation every couple of decades. So at some point, whatever path you choose to follow. Oh, be it shameless self promoter or authentic artists? You'll have your day in the sun. So make the most of it that means shelling out your work to to assistance to do or if that means slaving over every inch. That's something you have to decide on what's best for you when you get your moment. I do hope that you found this episode. Interesting. I know I really enjoy putting this together. I'm very passionate about these types of issues in the world of art as they tended to find the types of artists that succeed from decade to decade. If you did find an enjoyable then please leave me a comment and rated on. I tunes if you could. I've really appreciated and I just wanna say there's been some really great comments from people on I tunes already. I want you to know that I'm reading every single one of them and I'm, I'm really happy with what I'm reading. I'm glad there's people out there that are getting something from this show. So thank you to each and every one of you. I truly appreciate now if you want to reach out to me, I can be found on Twitter at your art sucks pod, and the website is your art sucks podcast dot com. There. You can see this show notes for this episode where I'm putting up a couple of things that we talked about earlier as always the music for this episode is brought to you by NC T R M. In a link to his soundcloud is also on the website, or you can go to sound cloud and type NC T R N M into the search bar, it's it's that simple. His work will come right up. So now I'm going to say to you the obligatory close, stop listening to me and go pay others to make your art. Thanks.
"t r n" Discussed on The Community Cats Podcast
"He loves the outdoors and reading in her spare time in addition to being the T R N, chairman of the friends of the genetic hunt animals shelter. She is also the president. Organization began managing a local shelter. Just over a year ago. She volunteers there three days a week. Life is busy and full. It's rewarding to be retired and have the time to get back to the community tariff. Thank you, welcome to the show. Thank you. Stacey. It's so nice to be with you. So Terry we've known each other for years at this point in time. But if you can let listeners know how does she get started in helping communities cats, well, honestly until about four years ago. I didn't know what a community count was. But one evening, a friend of mine was eating at a local food establishment. And she noticed a hungry kitten crying outside the door. She said it and that began the thought process that maybe there were more cats out there who needed help, and she came over and approached me and said, she would certainly like a co-chair to begin. Tea and our program in our community. And did I know an organization that could help us as it happened. I was already involved with an organization who had been hoping for many years to get a program going. So we met each other and our program began a older lady from a community not too far from us was already trapping and getting community cat spayed neutered. And she was kind enough to begin the first steps of mentoring us and loaning us her traps until we could purchase some of our own equipment. And that was back in February of two thousand twelve and where are you located parents,.