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Veterans at Revolutionary battlefield dig find camaraderie
"Military veterans who carefully dug and sifted through clumps of dirt and a revolutionary war battlefield in New York did more than uncover artifacts army veteran Bjorn Brookshaw loves history and is part of a three person team looking for evidence from the tight turning second battle of Saratoga absolutely like I said in his revolutionary war history fan so to know that you know the British forces were here instead I'm standing right where they were fighting back and forth is our makes me giddy I guess you can say Brookshaw was injured in a roadside bombing in Iraq anybody who suffers PTSD and TBI or whose newer self or any form of disability from the military is always going to continue to transition because you always have that in the back your mind Stephen Humphreys is founder of the American veterans archaeological recovery we really want to focus more on the abilities of our veterans rather than the disabilities we've seen that veterans are actually very good and archaeology when they're properly trained the team is looking for artifacts fired from muskets and cannons I'm a Donahue
Bryant, Posey lead Giants to 8-5 win over fading Friars
"Buster Posey had four hits and scored three runs leading the San Francisco Giants to an eighty six win over the San Diego Padres San Francisco jumped out to an early lead in the first inning on Kris Bryant's bases clearing double off Padres starter Vince Velasquez the giants would go on to add two runs in the sixth and three more in the seventh inning building an eight to one lead then held off the Padres comeback attempt to secure their ninety ninth win of the season the giants catcher feels they played well all year as a team I don't think you get to this point this season and have won as many games we have without you know collectively played really well Fernando to teach junior went two for five hitting his National League leading fortieth home run of the season for the Padres with the win the giants increase their National League west lead over the Los Angeles Dodgers to two games Philip gone San Diego
NL East-leading Braves overcome Duvall's lost HR in victory
"Austin Riley Ozzie Albies and Freddie Freeman homered as the Braves ripped the Diamondbacks ninety two keeping their three game lead over the Phillies atop the NL east Adam duvall also hit one over the wall but he was called out for passing Riley between first and second the base running blunder occurred in the Braves three run first against Merrill Kelly Abby's became the third brave with at least thirty home runs joining Riley in Freeman the feels amazing and means a lot all my hard work typing off now and great I do it for the team so we can have as many Ross's glory to win game so I'm happy with it Ian Anderson pitched two hit ball over six plus innings of Atlanta's fourth consecutive win I'm Dave Ferrie
Schwarber, Sale help Boston win 7th in a row, 12-5 over Mets
"Carol shorter club a pair of home runs and had four RBIs to help the red Sox blow out the Mets twelve to five Schwarber had a solo shot in the first inning and smacked a three run Homer in the second to raise his season total to thirty one Chris sale tossed five innings of two run ball with eight strikeouts for the red Sox who remained two games ahead of the Yankees atop the AL wild card race Alonso had a solo shot for his team leading thirty fifth Homer for the Mets as New York fell nine and a half games out in the NL wild card hunt I'm guessing Coolbaugh
Kiermaier hit, apparent retribution, as Rays clinch playoffs
"Austin meadows hit a three run Homer during a six run third that propelled the race to a seven one win over the blue jays meadows blast occurred long before teammate Kevin care Meyer was hit by a pitch of perceived retaliation on Monday cure Meyer picked up a scouting report that fell off the wrist band of blue jays catcher Alejandro Kirk during a play at the plate here Meyer refused to give it back manager Charlie mon Toyo says he understood why the rates are not buyers thought it was a purpose pitch I understand what it looks like just why don't get excited you know because I understand what you're doing things about when the wires are thinking about because data team was out for two days yeah I D. D. as in Taylor walls drove in two runs apiece is the rays improved to an NL best ninety four and fifty nine I'm Dave very
Audit Report: Ballots Counted Multiple Times in Arizona and Georgia
"Also in the audit report we are expecting to hear about how certain processes were not followed. Can you talk about that. Is kind of how what we can expect from this report. As far as wanting certain things that were not necessarily followed the way it should have been well. There's there's there's impact there because there's a lot that was a lot that wasn't followed. But i mean i even with like the duplicate ballots Bogan arizona end. Georgia audits found now that dallas for counted multiple time. You know there's processes where arizona. They helped like they're supposed to have serial number That the team found that their word. You know thousands and thousands of dollars that worked properly filed and You know so. There's really watch unpack with with the report but you know She'll out tomorrow one
Suits against Ohio State over sex abuse by doc are dismissed
"I might cross your reporting lawsuits against Ohio State University over sex abuse by a doctor are dismissed a federal judge has dismissed some of the remaining lawsuits filed against Ohio state university over its failure to stop decades of sexual abuse by now deceased team doctor Richard Strauss U. S. district judge Michael Watson said while it's undisputable Strauss abused hundreds of young men he agreed with Ohio state's argument that the legal window for claims had passed roughly four hundred men and one woman had sued the university since twenty eighteen over its failure to stop Strauss despite concerns they say were raised with school officials as early as the nineteen seventies the university previously reached nearly forty seven million dollars in settlements with one hundred eighty five survivors and a spokesman said by email Wednesday more than two hundred thirty survivors have now reached settlements hi Mike Rossio
Andy Erwin, Half of the Film-Making Erwin Brothers, Talks About 'The Jesus Music Movie'
"Are you looking for a good movie D like jesus music. I've got an idea. Why doesn't somebody. I don't know who make a film about jesus music. They could call it. You don't even need a title. You could just call it the jesus music movie Why i've been thinking that and then it turns out a couple of guys. I think that they're brothers. I think that they're the erwin brothers. Have made just such a film for such a time as this. I think andy or when might be my guest right now. Andy is that you good to be with you. Buddy all your is. We're on the same plane as usual. I think so. I think so i. I love music in general but the jesus music the stuff that we call you know. Ccm whatever what made you decide to make a film about the music. You i mean we. We love the music that has really shaped career You know. Of course with john. And i started out as music video. Directors and michael w smith was an artist that took a chance on us as kids and really kind of gave us are starting the industry and that led to us telling the story of i can only imagine the beloved song And the story behind that and that was our breakout hit and so for us. We have a deep affinity for this music but when covert hit it kind of shut everything down and we read a place in time where we said what what stories can we tell. Now that we couldn't tell any other time in history and somebody on our creative team said nobody's looked at the origin of of christian debris music and for the first time in history all these artists off the road at the exact same moment and so we reached out to amy grant and michael smith said it is interesting listed knowledge and interesting but we want to produce it you guys and not many people knew at the time but amy was about a month out from having open heart surgery and she was a really reflective time so we set up the cameras actually outside her house in filled through the window of her house with a two way intercom to get her interview and she gave one of the most raw vulnerable interviews. I had heard an artist give and it just spread like wildfire. Next thing you know we have a hundred different artists about three hundred hours of interviews to go through and it kind of morphed into this beautiful all encompassing
Manoah helps Blue Jays top Rays 4-2, maintain wild-card spot
"I'll be no earned his seventh win in lower discreetly junior his twenty first home run of the season is to try to blue jays defeated the Tampa Bay rays forty two but now improve to three one this season against Tampa Bay by allowing two runs on five hits in six innings striking out seven but walking six I pride myself on never being in an easy push over or you know this get to this guy really helpful I'm constantly gonna fight I'm counseling it give my team a chance grill solo shot in the fifth off restarted Rasputin gives him twenty nine RBI in the month of September one shy of the franchise record set by Kelly Gruber in nineteen ninety the loss drops Tampa bay's leading the American League east to six games over Boston while the Bluejays staff half game ahead of New York for the final wild card Steve Kearney St Petersburg
Afghanistan girls soccer team given asylum in Portugal
"The girls on Afghanistan's national soccer team have been given asylum in Portugal the charter flight carried the girls ages fourteen to sixteen and their families we don't even can't even fathom that they're out of Afghanistan they're still in a state of shock for whom the motel is the captain of Afghanistan's women's national team work to help arrange their rescue from her home in Canada the mission is called operation soccer balls and was coordinated with the Taliban Nick McKinley with deliver find is hoping this is just the start to look at potentially trying to get more women and girls under the country's montage told the AP it's a bitter sweet time yes they are in a safe place now but again his name will forever be in our hearts of Janice and will always be of their main concern the girls say they want to continue playing soccer something they were told not to do while in hiding in Afghanistan I'm a Donahue
Hillary Clinton Actually Thought She Could Get Away With This...
"I can't believe they thought they'd get away with that Hillary Clinton and their team I mean Hillary probably will You know she's a Democrat She's a protected class But they took almost no efforts whatsoever to paper over their trail to try to cover their tracks to try and get rid of the investigative breadcrumbs They did nothing which says to me they were so confident Hillary Clinton was gonna win and continue the corruption and make the whole scandal of spying on Trump with this collusion hoax go away that they took no proactive measures at all Techno fog is a great sub stack as well Talking about today what's going to happen next And how it appears that somebody got their hands on fusion GPS's internal emails as well And you can see in their tracking documents how they're creating and fabricating these two hoaxes they use to frame Donald Trump for the collusion thing The alpha bank hoax seems communicating with Trump Tower that was totally a hoax And this idea that Carter page was a Trump foreign policy adviser was a central figure in this collusion hoax where Vladimir Putin was bribing Trump through Carter paid You can see in the documents I have them right here right in front of me Techno fog has it is substack which again is going to be in my newsletter today You can see it right here They have this little spreadsheet here And you'll notice conveniently they're talking to each other in these internal emails talking about updating drafts of the alpha group overview They had an alpha group for the alpha bank hoax I mean that was a cool name for a group The alpha group This is what they did And notice the date 9 one of 2016 Glenn Simpson at baumgartner and Peter frisch Re updated draft For the alpha hoax Well what happened Just 18 days later Just 18 days later the Clinton attorney went and met with the FBI and brought them the alphabet hogs It's sitting right here They literally left a paper
Taliban name deputy ministers, double down on all-male team
"Afghanistan's Taliban is named more deputy minister is doubling down on an old male team Taliban officials have expanded in troop cabinet list by naming more male ministers are failing to appoint any women therefore making more pronounced a hog line calls despite the international outcry that followed the initial presentation of all male line up early this month spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid heat has defended the latest additions to the captain as saying it includes members of ethnic minorities such as the house saris and that women might be added later I'm Charles de Ledesma
Braves ride big 5th inning to win, extend NL East lead
"The brave stressor lead in the NL east to three games by erupting for seven runs in the fifth inning of an eleven afford dropping of the Diamondbacks Freddie Freeman hit an RBI double and a run scoring single in the fifth Adam duvall delivered a two run Homer Austin Riley had three hits and three RBIs in Atlanta second straight win since a four game skid we got a really good team and and I I I truly believe in us so I guess I was just you know was things were he's got Colorado wave and and you know keep keep pushing through read out Eddie Rosario also homered for the Braves Atlanta received one run ball from its bullpen over five innings with Jacob Webb tossing a scoreless fifth to get the win I'm Dave Ferrie
Sánchez homers, Yanks beat Rangers 4-3 to gain in wild card
"The Yankees won a critical game in their pursuit for an American League wild card berth by beating the Texas Rangers forty three Gary Sanchez gave New York a one nothing lead with his twenty second Homer of the season in the second inning the ex then scored three runs in the third in RBIs by Aaron judge Giancarlo Stanton Gleyber Torres those runs proved to be the difference when Texas score three in the fifth for Yankee relievers then combined for four two thirds scoreless innings to preserve the win with Chad green leading the way what you're worried about what other teams are doing another one in our lives and it can become pretty taxing so I mean I think we just focus on what we have to doing and I'm kind of control our own destiny the ex now trail Toronto by a half game in the race for the final AL wild card spot Tom Merriam the ark
Phillies' NL East-chase hindered in 2-0 loss to 100-loss O's
"The Orioles avoided their one hundred second losses John means scattered four hits over six and two thirds innings of their two nothing shut out of the Phillies this felt more like me it felt more or you know change it was good today finally changeup fastball as working car but wasn't as good but you know I made through it and but yeah this this felt like like more my style of pitching means also doubled in the seventh for his first career major league extra base hit call salsa and Tyler wells finished up the combined four hitter as the birds get Bryce Harper under wraps neither team scored after Rangers were as gave up consecutive RBI singles to Pedro Severino and Ryan McKenna in the first inning the loss drops the Phillies four games behind the cardinals for the second NL wild card I'm Dave Ferrie
COVID Vaccines Required for Navy SEALS Under New Pentagon Plan
"Have breaking news from john. Solomon of just the news that will be very very impactful to our capacity to actually wage was even when the generals done what they're doing john. Welcome back to america i. What is the story that you sent me. Just literally seconds before you came on air literally just broke so we have talked to lawyers and a minister representing several hundred navy seals. The most elite special operators are military trains in fact that caused a half million dollars just to train single seal so these are people put a lot of investment and trust in and they deliver with extraordinary courage and all the operations we know about there being told that if they don't get the vaccine the covert vaccine they will no longer be able to play with their seal team's essentially they will be sidelined and their seal cares will be over. This is very important because some of these sales already had a covert so they believe they have natural. And you don't need the vaccine and others of them have a religious objection to they. Do not believe that there's enough data on the safety to inject it into the body and they're asking for more time they're not anti vaccine because they take lots of vaccines as part of their deployments. They're just concerned about the safety data on this particular vaccine and re pentagon's response according to two lawyers and one of their ministers is that if you don't get it you're not going overseas again well. In van case capacity to deal with terror threats will be drastically diminished. We don't have unlimited supply of seals. John so this. This is a very serious on Impact upon our capacity to keep americans. Safe
Clinton-Linked Lawyer Charged for Lying in Trump-Russia Origins Probe
"Hillary Clinton want to set up Donald Trump for the fake Russian collusion thing Big break on Friday. Obviously, one of the lawyers involved in this propagating this collusion fairytale working with the Clintons gets indicted. Big story. Now we start to see what happened. It's clear the FBI was not fooled by the Russian collusion that they were part of it. They were just looking for someone to walk into their office who was credible enough that they could put the information down in a charging document or a fighter application and say, Hey, we heard this from Joey Bag of Donuts. He's credible. And what's the problem? The people who kept coming into the office in New York and London and elsewhere and saying, Hey, got information on these trump guys in the Russians all kept saying, Oh, and by the way, we're working with Hillary Clinton. Now I have no doubt the FBI knew that. But the FBI can't tell that to a judge, Judge judge Bag of doughnuts. We've got an affluent walking in here and excuse me in Africa, and he had a subject walk in and say he was working for Hillary Clinton. They don't like Donald Trump. He's colluding with the Russians. The judge would have laughed him out. So somehow it gets back to the Hillary Clinton team. Hey, listen. You gotta get somebody with bona fide. He's incredibility to go into the FBI telling this information even though it's fake and say, Hey, we're not working with anyone Just doing this out of the kindness of our hearts so we could swear to it. Is everybody digging, Jim? Is this making sense? Picking up what I'm putting down? So how do I know this folks Because the evidence is everywhere. So DOJ hears their release their indictment from last week of this lawyer, Michael Sussman, Right, pay very close attention to these dates. As alleged in the indictment on September 19th Michael Sussman met with FBI general counsel uh, in in Washington. Sussman had requested the meeting to provide the general counsel with certain data files and white papers that allegedly demonstrated covert communications channel between Trump and this Russian bank. Alfa Bank. It was all made up, folks. Assessment. This is the key line who had previously represented the DNC in connection with the Khyber, A cyber hack falsely stated to the FBI general counsel that he was not bringing these allegations to the FBI on behalf of any client. Then they don't wait. Where's the Kenny Belt? There? It is. The Kenny Bell gift from Kenny. He's a podcast listener. That's the souls. That's the story. Finally, in sun, September, mid September, September, 19th someone walks into the FBI who at least claims to not have any of these conflicts. Now the FBI is I go. We got it out. This is gonna be so great. Now we can go to a judge and say we want to spy on Trump and we could say we got information from this guy. Sussman and Sussman says he's not working for anybody. Isn't this so wonderful? Well, The problem is That John Dorms alleging that he was working for someone the entire time he was working with the Hillary Clinton
How the Wokeness Is Killing the Simple Joy of Sports
"I caught up on this, Uh 30 for 30, ESPN special at the 1986 Mets, the World Series team. Jim is a big Mets fan producer, Jim and he had told me this is such a great show. You got to watch it. So I sat down for four hours. I couldn't turn away the 1986 Mets, and it reminds me I was a Yankees fan, not a Mets fan, but I was very happy to Mets won the 1986 World Series. I was a kid and I was I was 12. I mean, you know, I'm not thinking about solving the world's problems at 12 years old. But I was happy for them. My mom was a Mets fan and that stunning World Series victory, of course with the Bill Buckner era and it's a real shame, because you know, Bill Buckner is such a great player and became You know, it's infamous for that one plane he shouldn't have. He was such a great player throughout his career. I mean, it was just right. Jim Buckner was a great hitter. I mean, if phenomenal player and it's really a shame that a lot of people just associated with that one moment But I watched that upset victory. The Mets come back in the ninth, and I remember just losing my mind being so happy for my mom and she was screaming, jumping up and down and this guy Phil's house we were at it was a friend of Of hers at the time. But Comey thinking How mad I am now. I don't mean like man at the world are mad at you. I mean mad at what the sports world. Dead. I had such special memories and I was a kid sports. I did I, uh, you know those moments. You you all know. I mean, if your guys ladies out there you were at a game with your dad or your mom or whatever, and home run gets hit in the beard gets thrown in the air and everything like that. People throw and popcorn, peanuts, crackerjacks all over the place. Whatever. Everybody's just going nuts together something about the collective energy of the crowd. Sports brings us that. It's a form of entertainment. You don't see that the movie theater, right? I mean, very rarely in a movie theater. You know, you're not watching, like return to the Jedi, where Luke Skywalker throws Darth Vader over the thing, and everybody gets up in cheers. That just doesn't happen. But it happens in sports, right and those moments I missed them. I've been, uh, stranger to sports for the last few years because of the Wokeness and I just don't want to. It's just not my thing. I just can't take it and I'm really mad. Like many of you are There's a special moments to me. I remember every second of that 1986 Mets World Series. I remember there was sitting at the end of the couch on the right side. And this guy Phil's house watching that And that feeling of elation and joy. Why'd you have to take that from us?
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"t. team" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Looking back texas where the headliners included emmylou harris jimmy buffett and he has given us permission in the email below to have. You played two of his songs from the album. Three ring circus also wanna commend. Tim michael granbury rights for having been so contra mutual friend the late great bobby riser philosopher. Hope i pronounced that right. Dr not greece or i don't know photographer los angeles times zimbabwe's final months. Tim was often as bedside and he played it. Bobby's funeral bobby. Could bark exactly like allowed ferocious dog and do so often in our l. a. times san diego bureau scaring the pants off anyone within earshot. Bobby hailed from annapolis. Maryland would have loved the sentence. In his obituary that reads he barked at seven presidents. The queen and the pope kudos to tim. Flannery including bobby's voice bark in the retro in the in show to a song road to recovery. And now tim is given permission. Play compass and three ring. Circus circus is the song. That's playing now michael. If people like tim flannery want to send us their original music. How do they do it. And issue music by emailing it to jingles at tony kornheiser. Show dot com. Steve sands joins us. Now he's getting up very very early in california in san diego where the us open. We'll start tomorrow and there are two questions that are worth asking. No one. we'll start with the shambo kept question. And then we'll go to phil mickelson because those are the questions on the top of everybody's mind the. Us did not pair shambo and kept for the first two rounds. I they don't like each other. I think it's fair to say it's possible. It kept actually hates to shambo brad. Faxon said the. Us tried to do that. That has been denied. What do you know about this. And what are your overall thoughts about it. Yeah i thought that the rumor that they were asked What they wanted to do was a little bit strange. I cannot imagine the. Usda going to one of them or both both of them by the way tony. us open. Champions i cannot imagine yes them going to them and asking their opinions so you know. Forget that part of it. I don't think that part is true. I would put them in the same group as i thought it would have been really cool to get that kind of attention. Not just from golf channel and nbc and people in the gulf space but pti espn sportscenter. The tests. show that kind of stuff. What really talked about it. So i thought it would have been cool. But they They took the safe route very gulf. Like route to take and not have that type of Stereo around here. But i thought it would have a pretty cool to having together don't you i well i am of two minds of this and i will explain this as we talked about it yesterday on wilpon hates to shambo. I say that in this particular case to shambo is the aggrieved party and kept a is the antagonised. I said i would love to have seen it but it's not the wwe. It's not don king. And i didn't think this my point was. I didn't think it was fair to shambo as defending champion taft to go out there and try and defend the championship and be a monkey in a media circus so i thought it was unfair from that regard. Even though i would like to have seen it what do you feel about that. I thought you were the one who always told me. Hey the adventure. All your questions is money and be tv. Show it's very so if with yes the all your questions. Money than. let's let's say hey solace we're putting you with patrick reed who just wanted torrey pines in january a bit of a controversial fashion. We're gonna put you with a two-time. Us open champion and defending champion together. And we're going to ratchet. This thing could get attention on the event. I thought it would have been cool. Hey look at some point. They're going to play again They could be paired together on saturday or sunday. Now that's not a manufactured pairing that would be because of the way they played so i understand that part of it but to me i would have just said. Hey why not let. Let's let's get everybody talking about the. Us open talking about golf. Not always talking about kevin durant and what the nets did the stanley cup playoffs and the baseball Regular season that's going on in various markets around the country. Let's get everybody talking about golf. I thought i thought it would have been pretty cool. And i don't think it would have been some type of circus because at the end of the day tony. They've got to compete. You gotta play. I don't think it would have been fair or unfair to have them play the first few days or not play together. I it up. You know dogged you're one hundred percent right they they put they put the university of illinois in the same bracket deliberately with lola of chicago and they got. They got the second round match the second match. They wanted to you when you look at that today actually dislike each other or is it mostly kept goers it mostly shambaugh even now he's pretty even But i like forget member. I've told you before that if you had go out and have a beer with any golfer on the pga tour. It would be kevin kisner. I've told you that before. Giving kisner summed it up last week. Hey let's lose the social media fellas and just duke it out Forget the verbiage at the end the written word and social media and all that you know coca cooking chillers faces a little bit of. You're have that little tet tet back and forth forgets social media and act back like grown. Bannon get it over with but yeah they don't like each other. But you know tiger and phil famously. Didn't get along early in their careers. Tony and jack. Arnie didn't get along Early in their careers..
"t. team" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Speculation that weiner was going to resign one because a picture of his engorged crotch was on the cover. The new york post and two because obama had publicly told them to in an interview. This was sure to be a moment of high drama and then just as began the sky. Blurts out by by pervert. I laughed until i cried. It was just too much. I don't think i kept it together. The rest of the day. Such an amazing piece of audio skillfully peppered through the years into the show by nigel by by pervert six. Sixteen two thousand eleven. Never ever ever forget. If i could show on rights i'd send that guide every high stakes press conference to say one thing and leave. That's do we have a clip on that. You have a clip on that somewhere. I do. But i think i could play it from my computer for you guys just well just in young. Yes at some point. You have to do that now. i also have something. Oh this is tremendous. What i'm going to say. Now okay this is tremendous scrolling through his phone for this morning's opening. Just say you know well because okay. 'cause i got this point raise up. No training out. Tracy wants me to do this so he sort of pass code. Tracy says i have to do this. I'm going to do this all right but the toaster has arrived. The revolution toaster has arrived. It's leaked it's beautiful. I have not used it yet. I have not. This comes from bruce. Levinson who i think owns the company that sells these toasters and the toaster is great. I'm told the best toaster ever now to me. A toaster is a toaster. But i'm willing to be surprised. have you tried. It's plugged in. It's plugged in. No i haven't tried. It has an analogue clock face friday. we're going. We're going to try it and we're going to report on friday then. Friday show. This is to get you to want to listen to friday's show. Oh that's not a great tease is. You're very much toaster oven. I falls host. I took the toaster oven offline and put the toaster online. Because we don't have room for both my toaster oven four minutes and thirty seconds for toast a little right before it ends now. I don't have to you know. But i'm going to toast a bagel on friday. A bethesda bagel cut signwriter out inside. It tells you specifically inside the and it's all it's two slots and the inside of the bagels must face each other. It's it's now the real revolution of the real test would be a few through in one of those Free butcher box stakes. I'm not going to do salt pepper. Stor on a toaster oven. It's a toaster. It's a limited capacity of very highly technical toaster. it does one thing it toasts. What if we put it on its side and then you're getting that heat from from both. Oh no we're just going to try it out in the regular fashion and see if it's worth it from steve story alley or i'm not sure are buddhists or beautiful maryland which is up near baltimore. My club rolling road was selected to host the hundredth maryland avenue golf tournament. We also hosted the first maryland. Damn you've played in maryland down michael while the course not very long is challenging mainly because of the greens. I got the chance to watch him very good golf over the weekend. I miss seeing you play michael because of the rain delay. The finals are being held and they were held on the fourteenth. Which was monday the fourteenth the two finalists from columbia. Billy peel and brad whitaker. I'm sure if mr tony it up with these. He's getting plenty of dots. I'm getting over thirty-five from billy they won't play with you. It's crazy to play with me. 'cause i start one hundred and fifty yards in front of them and i end up two hundred yards behind them. So i'd love hosting michael and if you wanna come up and play some sometime. You'd like to play rolling. Yeah it was great. We followed the action and they had a lot of members from rolling road playing in this as well. And when you describe that course it sounds exactly like columbia. Just are up the road and just in terms of these generational shifts. It's great to see this next generation making the step getting into the finals. Not just qualifying match play. And then actually winning and beating. Billy because billy was the two time defending also brad whitaker one. And he's a kid. He's in college in college. Plays georgetown up okay. Have you played with him ever. I'm not sure if i've played with him in years but have been out with him. Yeah okay okay. Good good. So this is from tracy. I can't reach michael or to email and you can't use a computer. So this is the hard way on thursday. June seventeenth is that today. We've established that today's the sixteen. Okay so on. Thursday june seventeenth a virtual celebration for the national building museum. Honor award to global design firm skidmore owings and merrill o. m. for climate action hosted by tony kornheiser. This is the thing that i did. I read my parts. I went to the national building museum from the suit for my friend. brian glass. I put on a suit and shoes. I dressed like an adult for the first time shoes in sixteen months lace up shoes. Hard shoes a suit a tie everything. The suit was too big for me in all areas. But i put it on. The shoes are would hurt. Your keynote speakers are cory. Booker senator from new jersey los angeles mayor. Eric garcetti.
"t. team" Discussed on TV Literate
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"t. team" Discussed on The Show Presented By VDG Sports
"Out old. Cg ear and this is the show. What's on my agenda. What is actually on my dj into this episode. What's on my agenda. What's on my agenda is super teams when it comes to sports in super teams. I guess you can say jack district argue for that matter that it's bad for what ever league for whatever sport is in view. Have that opinion. And you feel that way. I'm just going to say you probably support teams that are losers. Pros support teams. That don't have the opportunity to become a super team or you just for whatever reason you got something to something as deep deep deep down inside. There's you're saying dead. I must feel bad. I must be sad. I must be mad when it comes to supporting my franchise supporting my team. Being a fan of sport being a fan of the team view. You can't get down with a super team will have some kind of respect for a super team. Then you must like combat team. You must like teams will not challenge. Were not compete because a super team is super by definition. Now if i i had my i had my feelings about a super team but then i realized that i pretty much been supporting a super team. All my life wanted to teams that. I grew up. Loving why king was a super team was at a super team by design. Sorta was it a super team because they wanna a lot shoe. Did they win championships. They win multiple championships. Championships at the championships. You bench not like that. No did other fans from other teams didn't like that and they formed some kind of agenda in chinda. We'll circle baby full circle. Yeah but you. I tune in because you're going to get some kind of magic. You're going to get some kind of craziness from the super team or your toning and to the super team because it's something that you don't like is something that you hate. And yes icy heat in. Its heyday in a sense of not liking and not hate in a sense of heat heat. There's a different. There is a difference. And i don't and i'm not gonna. I'm not going to tell you the difference. I'm just going to say. Please be honest. Be truthful and stop telling tales about super teams now. You had an opportunity to form a super team to win. Would you do it. Hold that thought now the thing about super teams or a couple of things about super team. Certain leagues certain sports. It just won't work. It just will not work. I take for instance. Super team in may may not work. But you're coming down to the luck of the puck. You coming down to puck. Look if you got puck luck you gotta hide goalie. A goalie can keep the puck out of the net. Age can score here there. You can ride the magic you can ride. Imagine it to a trophy. Lord stanley's cup. It can happen basketball. It happens more often than not. You form a super team. The super team is more likely to win. Unless unless you win over seventy two games if you win over a certain amount of games in you don't win the nba championship. If you win over a certain amount of games and you don't come close to winning with you make it to the end and don't win. It happened before with a super not so a super team doesn't necessarily guarantees victoria. Super team doesn't necessarily say that this team is going to win. It depends on the sport in actually depends on actually playing the game. You can't just lineup on paper and say that this team is gonna win some sports. You probably can't do that but most sports. I'm gonna say you can't do that. That's the reason you.
"t. team" Discussed on Los' Lounge
"Blanco juicy. The how and his manager her big laugh all right. Look what's going on. So why did you start doing music. Music was your thing. I started doing music long time ago. I just i will serious past three years. I actually serious always had a passion for music why music. Fm more actually started poetry and converted into music Express myself clue. Write your poetry. Sometimes lets dvd though the deepest thoughts. When you do that so like sometimes you just ratchet though it down. It's like you never so like you wrote half of the problem down which you ain't get to the whole Northlake statistics so you didn't get through the whole process of therapy. So you're like a a verbal only really now this is this. Is you gotta pay only fans right. Well do people have to pay for your music if they want to listen to music streaming platforms everywhere. Everywhere everywhere everywhere. You tool less. Spotify apple music. I own title. What's your music apple. Music royalties office roy. 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With the time you show that this is one of my least likely smoke like this one. There's a funny story behind that song. The funny story. I actually actually ensure jail shot. Joe shock is the one that the music video for me shot videos for the license. Pops mold fabio and everybody after he did this video. That's when he kind of just took off video and he just took off you. Get pop smokes. The all this low budget think my wife says we know how to pick them it clearly. I there's some. There's so much room for a joke in there. I love this and there's back right body bag trash bag gucci bags bags on the bag bags. Isn't there bodybags song about you is about. What do you see out of. Well tell me you have other ventures q. Streets fifty what are they as far as Independent artists myself trying to make it into the game. But you know. I'm realizing that. Actually make it in the game as a solo. Artist is actually hard especially hard you know. Do you mean people anybody in the so what. 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I say astro kid is the michael jordan team. When we were just more leeway phil jackson now i felt into the coaching role. Saved yourself just fell back into to the role of orchestrating the place from out because sometimes you. You can't see what you win. Sometimes you got step yourself out of the box and see what is going on inside the box. And that's basically what happened. I was running around with a whole bunch of people teams aside and i started promoting their lead when push running around with bunch of snakes. So it's like my mom told me i didn't realize i was in the circus when run around with a bunch of clowns so once i realized that this part of ways focus on fishery couple of notes. I just get in michael jordan of the group you so if you were if it was destiny's child you'd be beyond said nope no okay. I'll be matthew knows follow somewhere else. Collect the money. The man behind day also g in snakes don't run since i was running with states snakes. Don't get on a plane. 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"t. team" Discussed on NASACast Audio
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"t. team" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast
"The same token no expert specialist wants to be part of a losing team for a long period of time. And so i think that the way to think about this is there is a relationship between being a happy team in a productive team But it's maybe not You maybe should start with performance. I know know sheer a statement for you teen conflict is bad i would say that that is also a hot truth and the reason is that it people were generally assume of course conflict has a negative connotation etc and so the idea is that all conflict is bad in fact it turns out that a happy team may not be a very productive team exactly because they don't engage in the kind of creative conflict. And what some people call creative friction which allows you to challenge one another and so in the literature on teams for example there is a distinction that is made between conflict that is associated with personalities and conflict that is associated with the process. The actual work being done and most of the literature shows that in fact having conflict associated with coming up with ideas and challenging one. Another's ideas is actually helpful to the team. It's when the concl- gets personal that things get really ugly and it is an as dumb williams who's an element scientist at the human factors behavioral performance and three time Member on your podcast here. has set you on a on an interview that the goal is not to reduce conflict. The goal is to manage complex so the question is not that you eliminated. You recognize it. You know the kind of conflict that is going to lead to constructive criticism and then you work towards minimizing the conflict that is going to create interpersonal issues amongst people. So no she are. We talked about what is a team. And and we've gone through some of these myths and the next question. I have is a simple one but at the same time i think it really is sort of the ultimate question here. What makes a good team. That's an excellent question and it is a very multifaceted question and be to you. Suzanne and leslie Would have to say to it It may come as no surprise to you. That a lot of my own thinking about teams and i studied networks and teams in a wide variety of context I'll give you an example of a recent study that we did. That gives you a pretty good idea where i come in terms of what makes a good team so some colleagues and i looked at sports teams and we looked at Teams that play cricket from india. I'm originally from this. I was interested in that. But also football the european kind from the english premier league and then we came state side and the same thing looking at nba and major league baseball and the nfl. And in all of these instances we wanted to see if we could predict which team would beat the other team based on looking at the individual statistics of the players and lo and behold ab started this with cricket and then continue to do the studies and expanded to two english premier league and that the american sports in every single sport we found that trying to predict which team would beat the other team based on the individual stats was not doing very well in other words. The team that has the better players in terms of the individual stats were not particularly likely to beat the teams that didn't have members who are as good in terms of their statistics. Now mind you. These are all pretty good teams so the difference in stats is not huge. But given that they are generally in parody. The small differences in individual metrics between team players was not really explaining very much but what did explain things considerably more was the relationships that existed amongst players so teams that had players who had previously played together in winning situations for instance. Whichever team had more of those that team was much more likely to beat the other team. All that goes to show us what makes a good team has to do with the relationships that are there amongst the team players. We also found that these relationship works in a different direction so we also calculated separately in a study that still published. What kinds of relationships were there between player on one team who might have previously played with a member on the opposite team and that actually provides a very interesting insight because the team that had more of their players play with previously played with people on the opposing team. They got really good intel on the strengths and weaknesses of those players and so once again we were able to show that if you had better ties with the opposite team because you knew them from previous occasions you in a much better position to beat them now. So all of this to say that networks have been shown to provide a much better prediction and it goes along with what suzanne says that just putting smart people together is not enough and we think that networks is a good way of being able to differentiate what happens between good teams and not so good. He's now i love that perspective. No share. because you're talking about what makes it good team in your and you're talking about the research that you've done in terms of networks susannah. I'll i'll ask a very similar question. But i'll i'll go a layer down because your background with the individual and team composition. I think would be perfect to answer this. What makes a good.
"t. team" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast
"Scientists engineers astronauts to let you know what's going on in the world of human spaceflight. It takes a broad range of skills to become an astronaut. Many of us think of astronaut says super smart steely eyed superfit individuals that can solve complex problems and handle the stresses of launching rockets conducting spacewalks and being alone separated from society but we know that astronauts. Today don't really fly alone do they. There with a small team for months at a time and astronauts today are selected in part due to their ability to work well with others a few times on this podcast. We've brought up the idea of expeditionary skills or the skills required to be a team player when you're stuck on a space station with the same people for months and sometimes years on today's podcast we're going to explore the traits of a successful high performing team and the skills that astronauts need to be successful in those teams. Our guest today are astoundingly. Accomplished in the area of team science. And i've worked together conducting nasa sponsored team composition research. I is dr no. She'll contractor professor of behavioral sciences at northwestern university where he directs the sonic research groups on extending for the science of networks in communities. No shear is investigating how social and knowledge networks form and perform in context including the scientific community's healthcare and space travel. His research is also at the forefront of three emerging disciplines. Network science computational social science and web science next is dr suzanne bell suzanne's research focuses on the predictors of performance with a special interest in high performance populations strategic staffing of organizations training and development. And team she is particularly noted for her expertise and team composition. Our third guest is dr leslie church. Lesley's research seeks to build high functioning teams that work in scientific innovation space exploration healthcare and the military she leads the atlas lap atlas standing for advancing teams leaders systems atlas explores the dynamics through which teams form and how these dynamics affect their performance as teams and their ability to work as larger organization organizational systems or multi team systems. So here we go. The science of teams with dr sheer contractor dr suzanne bell and dr leslie church enjoy a county mark know.
"t. team" Discussed on NASACast Audio
"Scientists engineers astronauts to let you know what's going on in the world of human spaceflight. It takes a broad range of skills to become an astronaut. Many of us think of astronaut says super smart steely eyed superfit individuals that can solve complex problems and handle the stresses of launching rockets conducting spacewalks and being alone separated from society but we know that astronauts. Today don't really fly alone do they. There with a small team for months at a time and astronauts today are selected in part due to their ability to work well with others a few times on this podcast. We've brought up the idea of expeditionary skills or the skills required to be a team player when you're stuck on a space station with the same people for months and sometimes years on today's podcast we're going to explore the traits of a successful high performing team and the skills that astronauts need to be successful in those teams. Our guest today are astoundingly. Accomplished in the area of team science. And i've worked together conducting nasa sponsored team composition research. I is dr no. She'll contractor professor of behavioral sciences at northwestern university where he directs the sonic research groups on extending for the science of networks in communities. No shear is investigating how social and knowledge networks form and perform in context including businesses scientific communities healthcare and space travel. His research is also at the forefront of three emerging disciplines. Network science computational social science and web science next is dr suzanne bell suzanne's research focuses on the predictors of performance with a special interest in high performance populations strategic staffing of organizations training and development. And team she is particularly noted for her expertise and team composition. Our third guest is dr leslie church. Lesley's research seeks to build high functioning teams that work in scientific innovation space exploration healthcare and the military she leads the atlas lap atlas standing for advancing teams leaders systems atlas explores the dynamics through which teams form and how these dynamics affect their performance as teams and their ability to work as larger organization organizational systems or multi team systems. So here we go. The science of teams with dr sheer contractor dr suzanne bell and dr leslie.
"t. team" Discussed on ExtraTime
"You just shut down the wall I was like you know I was an opposing winger and I'm Mike registered. Switch sides, men switched sides, get somebody on right but let me ask this the Toronto. Game. and. The five zero win for people from the outside I think for all of us Charlie obviously different because he played in Philly. But we had a friend text us and say like this is kind of one of those emotional moments where we've all watched you as a group I'd say the last four years grow under Jim Carton players, yourself all these pieces, and it felt like that was a big moment. What did it feel like for you having it happened? What was it like in the locker room after it's just maybe get over that hump or have that big moment where you could just explode on the national stage and show everyone who the Philadelphia Union are. I think there's a lot of different components to this question i. mean the the first is you know Obviously I watched the show and see the headlines in MLS. Of player young players put them in these types of environments. Let them see what they can do. US A confidence booster for them as well lying again, established flares. Also from my standpoint. You know it's it's all about perception ambition. There is two different things. Now, the perception is that you know we took a major league and we did but the reality is this is a very good Toronto T. Team that we could see let in the playoffs in reality is like I said I'm just going to give you the truth a we went up there. We didn't have our full squad Toronto came here. They didn't have their full squad that's not lost on me. So we both teams deal with repulsed to do. In that manner. So we don't take Toronto lightly neither does anybody else. So I mean from a club standpoint was it was a big win in helping us t to go forward with the support issue but Toronto's a very good team lesson lesson I get that twist right north must not get twisted. No Josie. One of the hottest young man's playing top. He didn't play on that night. You know nome Avena I'm not. I'm not not not not. You know like I said that comes with experience and being humble Toronto's very good team. It was a big win for our team in. We did what we were supposed to do. Now it was a big league in the past I've been on Philadelphia years where we might not hear business early on in my career and this was a professional performance where okay we did what we do and we moved up to what we do especially with the standings at Howard. That's that's the big difference that we take leaps and bounds where. We now become more professional in our. In our way we go about handling this. You're not gonNA, catch rig us on a on a on a whiteboard anywhere. Things. We know that ray but look I still got I. still have to know that this club hasn't won a trophy. have. Not Been Close and you've had heartbreak and you're on the brink of of doing it perhaps I don't. I don't. Tell me what the shield itself that particular competition trophy means to you personally and has that perception as you say, changed in your mind over the years..
"t. team" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"This music right here is from an artist called Darren Lee. Now it's good stuff I want to tell you really goes down. There's a story behind there. They're on leave. With this for a second. Hey, Do I watch those hands, man? No, Let me tell you, man. Somebody's getting pregnant before this segment's over. This is a song. God just wanna dance. And I want to bring in the artist right now. Darren Lee, Darren Lee. Good morning. How are you? The morning? What the Y? How you doing? Doing good stuff right there. I want to give you the background on Darren Lee. We first met daringly right here on this show. It was the first weekend of the protests in downtown Louisville. Hey was going Out to the streets and having his voice be heard, Like many others were. Well, things went south for could've went south. Had it not been for Darren Lee, a friend of mine named Heights, a few other people that were protest ng down there. One officer got separated from the S R T team. Ah, the rest of his squad. He was by his self. Darren Lee and a few other man. They set up a perimeter around this officer right there in front of barrels by the bridge, and they protected this officer. They had everything to lose, and nothing to gain. They risk their lives for other officers are for one officer. That picture became an iconic picture and will forever be part of Lu history. If not the nation's history. Darren Lee, you were one of those men. And I didn't know this. But we became friends after I had you on the show, and I start seeing you on social media. And you're in l A. You're in Atlanta. You're on all these other big cities and you're in recording studios and I see with some pretty big names. Then I find out you're recording artist and this is a song that's not released yet. It's going to be released in November. But you're actually recording artist. Why so many different cities? Elway, Atlanta Why all the different cities While producing this record, tell me a little bit of background behind it. Well, I wanted Teo Focus on Um, the sound. That's really the only reason why I wanted to go to different cities because I wanted to get ah, different sounds. From what? I hear you out there already. Now in this the song Just wanna dance. Correct me if I'm wrong, But the reason he even wrote this song is because your cousin gets married and you say Ah!.
"t. team" Discussed on Dear HBR:
"Today. We're talking about managing tough teams with Melanie Perish. She's a leadership coach and the author of the new book, the experimental leader Melanie welcome to the show. I'm so excited to be here. Thanks for having me. Now in your coaching work. How common is this that a leader is really struggling with a challenging team? I think it happens all the time, and there's so many different challenges, they circle. You know you have one challenge one week and another challenge another week. I think that's kind of the work of leadership. And difficult teams are so much more challenging than difficult individuals right. There's lots of moving parts with a team and. Difficult individuals make the team harder. So they they're all sort of nested dolls or something with the way that the problems grow our leaders often right when they say this is a challenging team that I'm dealing with. Did they often overlook the fact that some of the problems may be caused by their own leadership style or behavior? Often leaders see their teams as an external problem instead of seeing themselves as part of that system, and so they may try to solve the problem. What they're missing is how they impact that team, and how the productivity of that team is bottle nectar constrained.
"t. team" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast
"Hacks nation. Welcome back to another episode of the dental heck shorts now one of the things that that we were trying to do with this quote unquote rebrand is to bring the stories of regular dentists to To our listeners. More the to not just dental stuff but stuff that you do outside of dentistry and in perfect congruity with that a couple of weeks ago I. I saw video of one of my facebook friends photos and video. Her name is Dr Market. Fr- Margaret Frankel Margaret. Welcome to the show. Thank you Allan Works. So so excited. Dina Meyer exactly with her also denegrating. So what I saw was that you guys do together. I mean you practiced dentistry together but you also do together now. What I'm assuming is a synchronized skating team is that correct? That's correct that's correct. It's okay so I had a friend in college. I went to Miami of Ohio. It for Undergrad. And they had a killer skating team right in so I didn't know anything about it until L.. This friend of mine was on and she was going all over the country. Doing great stuff. And I'm like I. I had never seen anything like it but you guys do this together. I want to hear everything about it. So so how long have you guys been skiing. Well deny you can. You can tell I'm getting we've both been getting a very large Iran. Okay and we hitting a long time together meaning. I put my first set of ice skates on it. believe it or not at eighteen months because land mama I I either. Yeah okay is. Skating is a family like a big time for like. I had a friend from dental school whose entire family was insane about ice escape. So Yeah Oh yeah. We both come from ice skating families. Yes both of us. So I've been skating since I was ten. Okay okay. We've been skating together almost that long as well. Yep since your kids is that right yeah okay so you guys have known known each other for a long time. Then we have. DNA has always been a better. Ice Skater than I am. And she's now she actually coaches are team name. Okay well so my assistant during the day and on the weekends. She's my ice skating coach. Okay so we have already awesome relationship. That's so so wild dynamic. I'M NOT GONNA lie. It's totally wild dynamic that that like because these are in it sounds like the skating is a really big part of your life to this is like this. I mean what I saw was you had. I think just won or placed in some kind of amazing like Tell us a little bit about the team. And what what. What did I see on facebook so so our team is basically made up of a bunch of us that have been skating together since we were younger And as adults what's we had been away from it for some time and we decided to darted adult team and reacquaint our friendships and be together and have some fun on and we've been doing it for about ten years now with some coming and going and we compete on a national level. So you talked about Miami of Ohio. We have have skaters that have gone through Miami Synchronized Skating Program World Travelers world competitors. And now. We're in our we're almost middle-aged and we're doing this Atta at a master's level it's called. It's very polite but it's the the the Old Lady Competitive Competitive feels but you know we. We grew up skating. And we've got some. We've got some amazing amazing skaters and we traveled around the country. Doing it okay. This is this is so it's okay. It's it's really fascinating because here's the thing like I mean i. I really enjoy my team and I actually enjoy spending time with him but the bottom line is I'm not I'm not my assistant. Isn't my coach on the weekends. In and Eh you guys. It sounds like you guys knew each other before you were a dentist Margaret. Oh yes well. Before when we were children we would travel around the country together her and deny actually when we were kids Dina was on A higher level teams. But we knew each other. We would travel together. Our families would travel together for competitions on the weekends. So I've known Dina since I was a little girl wild okay. So outside of skating like dis this narrow world outside of Skating Ministry. That's our world scaling up very good point. Did you Margaret. How did you come into dentistry? Did you know you were going to be dentist when you were a kid. So my fa- I took over my father's dental pressure okay. So half of us right like Over Dad's practice but he was. I mean we run into that all the time. Dina how did you. How did you get in Dentistry Actually during high school I visited the vocational occasional school. And it just was something that I thought I was GonNa really enjoy. I did not want to go to college because I did want to continue coaching skating. So if I went away to college that was going to put me away from it so I wanted to stay at home in do something that I thought I would enjoy and I I. I've enjoyed it ever since I started it. So the connection the dental connection is almost by chance. Even though you guys were friends from way back doc is that right absolutely so you know I since I've been skating with Dina on the team and she's been coaching. I've said to her. You come work for me at love to work with you and and do you know is very loyal to a dental practice. She was the office manager and an assistant there for many years. Do Not us and the dentist retired heard recently and I said come and you said okay. We'll try it and it's been awesome. Oh my gosh what a great story I mean what am I so the reality is you guys were skating and she was it. You were in different practices before that sounds like. I guess they didn't get that part of it so it's not like you guys. Have you guys have been skating together. Much longer than you've been working together. Is that right. Yeah and yeah. Dina's a recent addition to Richard Frankel Dentistry but it has been and from my perspective. It's been a blast. I still have fun. I've enjoyed it all right. So so the thing that everyone. That's listening for stuff is amazing. I kinda WanNa hear hear about like what what kind of time commitment it's GonNa take but I gotta ask this. I'm like how weird is it to have like a person you knew as a kid in and actually someone who was skating at a lower level than you be your boss. How frigging weird is that? Well I thought I was going to be really weird at first I was a little nervous but oh you know what it really. It's not weird at all. It's actually seems very normal and natural. I don't know it's just weird. It probably a testament to the team like the team there because like when you can make a culture that's comfortable and we talk about this on the show all the time. It's you know the culture at the office is everything season and so it sounds like it. Sounds like you've done a good job with them. I try I was a little nervous about the dynamic as well because I obviously don't want to jeopardize is my relationship outside of work with Dina but I try to put everyone on an even playing field. We truly are a team. I couldn't do what I do without an amazing the word assistant kind of socks. Don't you agree or agree. It doesn't it doesn't they're they're like like your right hand because I'm left handed. So they're my. I'm literally sitting in my office right now. And I knew I was going to be podcasting Several several interviews today so I came into the office. I like my setup at the office but lo and behold I two -mergency call last night and like Bob and be there so so I came in a little earlier and you know what what I was going to do it alone because have you ever. Have you ever seen an emergency alone or without the assistant and it's like it's like you've got four left feet. It's just the worst thing ever we're looking for twenty minutes and your assistant loves that too because you trash join because you don't know where anything is and everything so. I texted my my sister. He lives much closer to work than I do. And I just kind of floated that pastor and she was like. I'll be there on your because I I was miserable so I mean literally it is it is like a family and and you know that was probably a poor choice on my part to to set that up but it sounds like you guys really work well together on a lot of different levels. I like that I really liked that. Yeah it's it's I don't know it's really cool. I mean I get to work with a friend which could sound like you know messy. But it's it's not I think if both of you were like cognizant of what our responsibilities are to that relationship work yes so when is like how often often you guys practice once a week. Okay okay how long the practice. I'd say two hours with a little bit of an an office kind of instruction and then an hour and a half on ice okay. I mean that's not nothing that's like. How often are competitions? Is there like a competition season or is it year round or yes so the competition season runs from November to the end of February. Okay so we dinners. We generally go to four competitions a year. Okay like what is there. Is there a league. I mean you talked about being the masters of it but I'm like how. How does it like where teams come from are they from all over the place? Yes All over the United States so You know we we compete. It's through the US figure Skating Association it's managed by them but it's US synchronized skating So it is a big national organization. Then that's judged by the same judges basically that are Olympic level And it's it's serious. It's serious skating. Were decorated the the other end of that competitive. You Know Age Group for listeners. If you've never seen it I it's it's maybe hard to picture it it it is very serious. It's it's it's a like I used to go watch it. When I was in school? I was kind of blown away. And it's like it was a way for for basically Gli at that time college student who had been skating their entire life to keep doing it but doing another different and I mean like the team part of it has man I mean. It's there's a lot of moving parts from what I can see in so it would take a lot of practice. It makes a lot. It takes a lot of. I mean it would take a lot of time and effort to do that. Guys guys do you guys have. What is your relationship as as you know the your dental relationship? The other people on the team how do they how do they relate to that. What do they think of that? Well I my best friend actually from growing also skates. Yeah so it. Gets you know. The the relationships are intertwined like many levels but She's super excited..
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"I don't think they've actually gone but that's not important part. It's just imagine it's like d one one to twenty. Were you able to pretty much do the campaign and in like four hours yeah. You're like max level well now. They're saying san across the story. Side missions different stuff scattered around. It'll take fifty to fifty five hours to hit the cap and then but it's not it's not clear. I think what they meant is like at that point. It would have been all new content and then after that you're going to start recycling. I assume like grinding like that's gotta be a grind. It's not like all content all the time also. I don't know if it was confirmed but there's also something a a week that said night falls might be times. You gotta sit up nine four one nine yep hard again. Yes it's like night falls now or the boring like that was awesome like fighting through a hard ass getting dope lewd and now it's like somebody had a good good point. They're probably trying to avoid experts. You know like sitting on top all the cheese and stuff. That's how i finished office. I ever did in destiny like my first hour and a half do fogo. I sold that and it was like shooting cheese where you would sit like in the room but i think you are like two hours a week. One nine which was sex that was horrible never finished it. I think even said require human of leave like eight hours. I tried that nightfall. Never finished it we we these weren't powerful enough. It was awful. Timing does challenge a weekly heroic because we were under level than we tried doing it that to me like two hours so they were like oh but there's nightfall out uh-huh nope. We want with intimidating superintendent which i imagine it will be again. Which is why it's always well yeah but it's always hard to gauge like week one when you don't have everything like wow this is people will be like oh. It's challenging. There's new staff but give it a month and i hope it's not like oh yeah no turns that had just wait till your maximum. He's always going to find the best way to do things. I just hope those best ways are fun. Which is why i'm interested in the what they talked about low dot low that locking lot at lab. I still don't know how that's gonna work. It sounds cool but like how do you not like it. Just stop someone like urban. Come back but i mean you can't replace it would just it would end the checkpoint yelich. Someone in my rate group did that. I was gonna say no one could join. Maybe your session what you start but then what if selling d._c.'s or something <unk> added yeah so you can't do that and you're screwed. This is why we don't make games card answers. We just ask questions that wave questions here can get to the meat and i think that's like one of the redeeming qualities about the game. Is that the load outlook. I think it's interesting but like bluejays said we'll see these. There's work around it how do you though is that going to be like. It'd be interesting if they did that like trials. I can't imagine shambles no way. Do you think trials is going to be like how competitive play was like with that. Ah game type thing. I imagine they'll stick to the same i mean maybe they could make it objective based in trials just so it's not i would hope midst because that would give you. I mean if that's the case trials would be countdown. Just what was the difference. I wouldn't mind that because my issue is. Charles was like especially right now. It's like you leery to sit in the back with your icebreaker and just hope you get to kill what trials should be battle royale..
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"That's the thing the dream team is that when you search stream team you find space magic johnson. I'm zayn. Yes what you find you. Don't find us and it's not like i want a name so we can be first on the search it just you know the dream team is so broad and whenever anyone mm-hmm whenever anyone makes like you know a joke whatever say hey this is the dream teen so visit like rhymes yeah. It's just really broad so what i'm asking all of you listeners out there. If you're on the youtube video at least or you can tweet me. Do you have an idea on what we should be called a name change. It can be whatever you want if someone's guilty next episode yeah if something's catch if we have a next if we get if we get enough interest we'll get to i have part two and then we can decide on our new name. We just need something that is generic so that's sweat run dress that and that's why for the time being this also the over easy podcast <hes> just so you know it's more than just us it. I mean obviously it will be talking and whatnot but on the off chance. Someone's gone if we're doing this more often or whatever it's more about gaming than chillan talking with you how you doing. What are you doing right now while you're listening russian and we'll do you guys think they're doing right now. Take some guesses. You know it's funny. I guess like i'm gagging shaken a solid poop. Someone's someone's making a sandwich. Just use the turkey that they just got out of that like where they were cheaper saw take someone's someone's walking around naked in their house right now with their headphones on on their phone because they can because no one's home and they're like you know what uh i'm gonna walk around naked and let's new dream pod. There's somebody with that cliche like new york. City subway shot where everybody's just like sitting down looking down like somebody somebody in that will bus is listening to this so someone is currently and then smiled and looked around nobody it to me and they're actually at the same part in this podcast together. Dude guys off your ear buds. Go talk to the today show and tell kotok today. I better getting invitation to the wedding targeting. Yeah we louis yeah. We're bringing change people's lives they already guys..