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Mariners' struggles continue as they blow nine-run lead in loss to Royals
"The Mariners coughed up an 11 two lead in the 1312 loss to the royals preventing Seattle from moving up the AL wild card standings Kansas City exploded for 11 runs in the 6th inning Michael Massey drove in four runs and hunter Dozier was three for three with two RBIs Mariners started Luis Castillo was chased in the 6th one day after signing a 5 year extension JP Crawford ty France and Mitch anagh are each had two RBIs for Seattle which remains a half game behind the race for the second AL wild card I'm Dave ferry
Ex-Trump WH Lawyer Ty Cobb Calls Him a ‘Deeply Wounded Narcissist’
"Then we got this guy Ty Cobb Not the baseball player but the goofball the guy with the big handlebar mustache He stands about three feet three inches tall and he's about 8 feet wide One of them And then he's he's popping off When you represent somebody or represented somebody you don't do this Former Trump White House lawyer Ty Cobb calls him deeply wounded narcissist Who acted in a criminal way to overturn the Biden win This was a Trump lawyer In a new interview Cobb said Trump acted in a criminal matter when he sought to have the vice president Mike Pence block Congress from certifying Joe Biden's 2020 election win Cobb also said Trump's conduct on January 6th while a mob of his supporters attacked the capitol could lead to him being barred from seeking the presidency God I'd never hire this guy He sounds like an idiot He's talking about the Fourteenth Amendment No way Permit Trump White House lawyer Ty Cobb called ex-president Trump a deeply wounded narcissist who acted in a criminal manner In a new interview Cobb said Trump's conduct on January 6th okay He said there's a simple way to disqualify Trump He told NBC News chief Washington correspondent major Garrett Major Garret how come you never had me on
Mariners hand Tigers 18th shutout loss, complete sweep
"Logan Gilbert picked up his 11th win and the Mariners completed a three game sweep by slamming the tigers 7 zero Gilbert allowed two hits and a walk while striking out 9 over 6 innings I felt like I was getting into good parts of the zone too which is the key and then from there it's just kind of reading their swings You don't want to adjust too late if they're starting to adjust to you but it's working you just keep rolling with it Julio Rodriguez and ty France hit back to back homers in the third inning France and Kirk kasali each had two RBIs as the M's one for the 6th time at 7 games The outcome puts the Mariners in a virtual tie with the rays for the first AL wild card at 15 games over 500 I'm Dave ferry
Dissecting the Tom Brady Press Conference
"What did you make of the Tom Brady when he returned to the team to press conference and he just seemed like a regular 45 year old man? He's like, man, a lot of stuff happening. Like, what did you make her that? 'cause that's a Tom Brady where you never see. That's like such a real Tom, Brady, where I could understand. I could feel that every now and then I feel the same way. It felt like whatever that 40 day window was, but he wasn't playing. Trips were a book. Yeah. Deposits were made. Promises were made and promises were going to be kept. That is what it seems like it was for me. Now, here's the thing. And I could be wrong about this. You let me know because he might turn up on the mask singer. I got no idea. But. I feel like ty bones and everybody else should have just come out and been like, child's coming on this date. We told him that he could come in late. We don't think he needs it. We figured we'll keep him fresh. This is what it is. And Tom Brady, unlike probably literally every other player in the NFL, everybody would go along with it. Right? Like there's some people where that's what it will be. Like, I remember, when I worked at page two, I had pitched a story once, and they had told me that they didn't want to run it for whatever reason. I kept it moving. I look up a couple days later, and a story on a very similar theme is posted, right? And Bill Simmons had written it. And so I hit the editor and I promise you on this part. I just needed to understand, right? So I'm just like, hey, I just want to know if there was something different about the angle that he pitched or whatever. It looks similar to what I was talking about, so I just wanted to know, you know, what it was. And I'll never forget the email I got back. Oh, that's easy. Bill's got different rules. Yep. I went mad. I was like, oh, okay. Got it. Good to know. I just wanted to, you know, if there was some way that I could have tweaked my idea and made it better. But I wasn't stupid. I was perfectly aware of what I was, you know, of who everybody was and what the deal was. So yeah, you said bill's got different rules. Bill's got different rules. Everybody feels that way about Tom Brady. Tom Brady got different rules. Okay.
Ray's Day: Robbie Ray dominant as Mariners top Guardians 4-0
"Robbie ray led the Mariners to a four zero shutout of the guardians ray scattered three hits with no walks while fanning 7 over 7 innings He worked at least 6 frames in all 5 of his August starts allowing just 6 earned runs while striking out 41 over 33 innings I think that focus talked about about one pitch at a time I think I'm not letting the game get too big in situations I think my focus is just executing one pitch The game was scoreless until Dylan Moore belted a three run Homer in the 6th off losing pitcher errand savali Ty France added a solo shot in the 7th I'm Dave ferry
Kemp scores winning run on defensive misplay, A's beat M's
"The Mariners four game winning streak has ended with a four three ten inning loss to the a's Tony camp scored the winning run after pitcher Diego Castillo mishandled the high chopper in the tenth inning Camp also provided a two run single in the 5th but a eugenia Suarez tied it with a single only 8 for Seattle Ty France and Adam Frazier lifted sac flies for the Mariners who were tied with the Blue Jays for the first two AL wild card slots Staked to a two zero lead Logan Gilbert saw his winless streak extend to 8 starts I'm Dave ferry
Detmers, Moniak, Fletcher help Angels split DH with Mariners
"The Mariners split a double header with the angels with Seattle losing 7 to one following a two one victory in game one ty France belted a two run Homer in the third inning George Kirby gave up a run in 6 hits and 6 innings evening his record at three and three Read detmers was in command during the night cap holding the M's to 6 hits while fanning 7 in 6 innings Luis Torrance homered in the 5th off detmers but David Fletcher homeward and had three RBIs to back his teammate Mickey moniak also homered for Los Angeles The Mariners continued to hold the third AL wild card birth but they are just one game ahead of the Orioles I'm Dave ferry
Angels blow late lead, rally in 10th for 4-3 win over M's
"Jesse Chavez blew a three zero lead in the 9th inning before Taylor ward sacrifice fly in the tenth gave the angels a four three win against the Mariners Max Stassi smacked a two run Homer in the knife to put Anaheim up by three but Seattle scored three times in the bottom half Capped by ty France's two run single Chavez got the wind with help from Jimmy hergatz spotless tenth Pablo Sandoval was in line to get his first win since May 22nd after limiting the M's to three hits over 5 and a third innings Paul C Walt fell to three and three I'm Dave fairy
"ty" Discussed on NASCAR America
"Between both of them so I don't know if I can give you the answer on that. It's like telling which brother I love the best so I think I like both of them equally and I'm very thankful to be able to be in both of them. Yeah, I think beggars can't be choosers when it comes to racing in the top two divisions. The political side of this is good. That's good. Thank you. Hey ty, thanks again for joining us. And good luck this weekend in Indianapolis. Yeah. Thank you. Thanks, thanks, Kyle. Thanks to gel so you guys, thanks for letting me come on. All right. Thank you. Thank you. All right, so ty Gibbs. What do you guys make? I know you guys have both have strong opinions about drivers in the Xfinity series and moving up to cup and I think I've heard you say it DJ that you feel like if they think he's ready, move them up. Obviously they have a situation there in the 18 where they're not sure if Kyle Busch is coming back. That could be where he is next year. I'd like for somebody to tell me why he's not ready. I don't think that could come from anybody that really understands what drivers are and how good they can be. And right now, in particular, in my opinion, with the two cars, the X vanity side of it, and with the cup car being what it is now, there's no reason to hold this young man back. I mean, I understand you have to wait till the sponsorship and available seat is there. You don't want to put him in something that's not good. I know his grandfather is going to do that. But I think he's ready for that. I always say that you can't take someone out of Xfinity just to put them into a cup if they don't know how to win. He's proven he knows how to win. He's got that down pat. So the experience that he needs now is with this new car because that's what he's going to be racing for a long time. Yeah. Yeah, and that was exactly. Winning is a habit. Winning is a habit. You got to learn that habit. He's learned to have it. He has a habit of winning, no matter what he gets in. And we saw Rick Hendrick do it with William Byron. He made that commitment. If you've got an owner, willing to make that commitment and his granddad is his owner, okay? If you've got an owner willing to make that commitment, get him to cup as soon as you can. Because ultimately, that's where they want to be. That's where they want to be. And if you make that commitment to that driver to say, okay, we're just going to put you out there and do the best you can for a couple of years learn. Get your stuff straight. I'm behind you. You don't have to worry about anything. That's a lot off the shoulders of any young driver. Any young driver. We've seen so many guys like Grand Prix, Ross Chastain, who have come through here and felt like this is my only chance. This is my only chance. Once they get in a good car, ty is not in that situation. This is not my only chance. You know what I mean? I've got time to learn. So he is in rarefied air, just as we and Byron is. So listen, I say moving the cup is as soon as you can get him there and let him learn there. Because in the case of a tie and Byron, like you said, KP, if they know they have that runway, just accelerate it. Set them
Astros end Mariners' winning streak at 14; J-Rod scratched
"The Mariners 14 game winning streak is over following a 5 two loss to the AL west leading Astros Houston Homer three times and ending the second longest winning streak in Seattle team history Topped only by a 15 game run in 2001 Jose Altuve led off the game with a Homer off starter and loser Marco Gonzalez That was followed by a blast by Jordan Alvarez in the fourth inning and Martin Maldonado solo shot in the 5th when he pitcher Jose or Katie went 6 innings allowing one run and four hits He blanked the ems until ty France homeward in the 6th Gonzalez was tagged for 5 runs over 5 and two thirds I'm Dave
Mariners win 14th in row, Rodríguez key hit to beat Rangers
"The Mariners coasted to a 6 two win over the rangers and enter the all star break on a 14 game winning streak One off the team record set in 2001 manager Scott services team has won 22 of 25 since falling a season worst ten games under 500 What a way to end the first half Unbelievable job pitching staff the bullpen the starters that everybody has chipped in here along the way and this has been some kind of ride Julio Rodriguez supplied a two run double Ty France had a solo Homer and Cal Rowley puts Seattle ahead with a two run blast in the fourth inning I'm Dave
Mariners win 13th in row, top Texas 3-2 in 10 innings
"The Mariners extend their winning streak to 13 games by getting past the rangers three two and ten innings JP Crawford chopped an RBI single with one out in the tenth allowing Seattle to pull within two of the longest winning streak in team history Carlos Santana belted a two run Homer that put the ems that had two to one and the third inning Ty France had three more hits to lift his average to three O 6 Reliever Diego Castillo worked at 9th and improved to 7 and one Matthew festus struck out the side in the tenth for his first save closing out the Mariners 8th straight series win I'm Dave
Mariners rally past Rangers 6-5 for 11th consecutive victory
"The Mariners rallied to run their winning streak to 11 games turning a four run deficit into a 6 5 decision over the rangers The win streak is the second longest in club history topped only by a 15 game run in 2001 Trailing 5 one the M score twice in the 7th and added three in the 8th capped by ty France's two run single Sam haggerty had four hits including an inside the park home run Hey eugenia Suarez singled home appear in the 7th to start the rally The ems are 19 and three since following a season worst ten games under 500 on June 19th I'm Dave
"ty" Discussed on NASCAR America
"Motor mouse when we come back. Certainly been a memorable first 16 races as we take here another look at the playoff leaderboard, Ross Chastain, William Byron, Joey Logano, Denny Hamlin, as we just talked about with DJ, the only guys with two wins really seems wide open, heading into the NASCAR NBC, pushed to the playoffs here. These next ten races that set up the final ten race championship dash and joining us now to talk about the 2022 NASCAR Cup Series season, the hosts of the morning drive on SiriusXM NASCAR radio, they will be with us for the next half hour here on NASCAR America motor mouse. It's Mike Bagley and Pete pistone. So guys, we just had ty Norris of track house racing join us in segment one and obviously he's been part of the biggest story I think of the year. So let's just get started with start with Pete, both of you guys thought starting with Pete on track house and what a story that's been this season. Well, if anybody said at the beginning of the year Nate, the track house racing would have three wins by the time we got to June 15th. I don't even think Justin marks or ty Norris would have said that. That by far is the biggest story of the first 16 races this year for me. Two from Chastain, one from Suarez, and I think from the reaction that PacMan and I get on the morning drive, I think the fans are really plugging into this story as well because this is what a lot of race fans want. A lot of sports fans want. Story they didn't expect. The underdog story. Guys that have never won before. And I think it's amazing. And I think Justin marks, I was trying to figure this out the other day. Has there been another owner guys that have come in and NASCAR in such a short period of time and made such an impact like Justin march and trackhouse racing? You need to be argues.
2 US veterans from Alabama reported missing in Ukraine
"Two U.S. veterans from Alabama in Ukraine assisting the war effort against Russia have gone missing I'm Ben Thomas with the latest The men are 27 year old Andy ty win of Trinity Alabama a former marine and 39 year old Alexander druk of Tuscaloosa congressman Robert adder holt says win had volunteered to go fight with the Ukrainian army but relatives haven't heard from him since June 8th When he was in the harkey region in Ukraine's northeast an 8 adds win Andrew were together White House national security spokesman John Kirby If it's true we'll do everything we can to get them safely back home But Kirby and the administration is discouraging Americans from going to Ukraine right now It is a war zone It's combat And if you feel passionate about supporting Ukraine there's any number of other ways to do that If confirmed the pair would be the first Americans known to have been captured fighting for Ukraine Ben Thomas Washington
Raleigh, France HR, M's win 1st series in Houston since 2018
"Cal Raleigh and ty France hit home runs in a three run fourth inning helping me Seattle Mariners to a 6 three win over the Houston Astros Seattle trailed three to one when the frame started but Raleigh's two run Homer tied the game and two batters later Francis solo shot put the Mariners on top for good Logan Gilbert won his 6th game of the season holding the Astros to three runs over 6 innings striking out three Jordan Alvarez finished with three hits two RBI and a run scored for the Astros Adam spelling Houston
Astros' Neris, Baker suspended after flap with Mariners
"In a game that was marred by the dugouts clearing and four 9th inning ejections the Seattle Mariners beat the Houston Astros 7 to four The bench is cleared after Hector neris hit ty France with two out in the top of the inning leading to the ejections of Mariners manager Scott service and ASTRO's first base coach Omar Lopez Marys and Astros manager dusty baker were tossed later in the inning France said he and home plate umpire Chris Guccione didn't think naris hit him on purpose I asked him I was like you don't think that was intentional do you Because of what the pitch to Tucker earlier in the game He said no I don't think so I was like yeah you know one run game I didn't think so either Then
Dinesh Dissects the Reuters 'Fact Check' of '2000 Mules'
"But here I want to turn to the Reuters fact check and sort of go through it in some detail. It's kind of long. It's about ten pages long in Reuters. And it has a sort of pretense of formality. It's got a subsection called the methodology. Another subject section called geo tracking. So you're given the idea that these are people who've done their homework. So we're going to see. First of all, they say multiple concerns were raised by exports speaking to Reuters. It was unclear whether the same test was applied anyway, other than the swing states and question. So their first problem seems to be in order for this to be valid. You have to do it everywhere. If you only do it in the swing states, what? You're only going to find problems in those states. The real issue is not you don't have an obligation to do something all around the country. It's kind of like saying I looked at murders that occurred in these 5 states and I found that there was a substantial volume of coordinated criminal activity. Well, that's all you're trying to prove. You're not making statements about what happened elsewhere. We don't try to do that in the movie. And so it's no problem. This is not a valid concern. Then they quote Kenneth R mayor Professor of political science at the university of Wisconsin at Madison. Ty's talking about cell phone geolocation data. Let's think about this. It's not a computer scientist. This guy's a political scientist. He goes, quote, it doesn't have the granularity to show that, meaning going to a Dropbox, as opposed to just walking or driving by. First of all, this guy doesn't even know what he's talking about. This guy probably wrote his thesis on something like immigration patterns in the United States, 1850 to 1870. This guy is in no way an authority to speak about geo tracking and the simple fact is that geo tracking can tell the difference. It's basically a difference between a moving dot and a dot that goes to a particular location and then stops. In other words, the geo tracking can easily tell the difference between going by an object, say a Dropbox and going to that Dropbox.
How to See Before & After Pictures of Mike Gallagher
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Hopkins helps No. 6 Kentucky rally, then survive LSU 71-66
"Bryce Hopkins came off the bench to score eleven of his career high thirteen points during a fifteen to run in the second half of six right Kentucky seventy one sixty six decision over LSU the shorthand the Wildcats trailed thirty six twenty eight just after halftime and needed offense besides Oscar she boy who had seventeen points and sixteen rebounds Kellan Grady and Davy on men's also had thirteen points for the Wildcats who played their second consecutive game without injured starting guards Ty Ty Washington and severe Wheeler I'm Dave Ferrie
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"ty" Discussed on The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson
"Person to play me the peas and all that stuff back in the beginning. And then Sarah as well. I didn't realize the connection there. I mean, I remember that group when they first came out when I first heard them when I moved to LA, that was some of the most creative fucking mind-blowing shit. And I love this stuff you did with them on the record. Those couple songs that you had, I think they're and F and girl, whatever, those are amazing records on there. You see the shout out to task, all month. So that was around the time when I don't know if it was before New Yorker, right after New York, I don't even remember how I met them either. But that's also where my friendship with thundercat started. That's also what my friendship with Kanye started. There's so many people that came through the Sahara house. Yeah. They used to have a house on the top of the hill. It's silver Lake. And we were always just go over there and vibe out. The whole house was just a studios. Like how my studio room is with the drums and the roads in the world. Yeah. All that kind of stuff they had that in the living room and just every keyboard every toy and we would just make dope ass songs, man. So, and then the first time I went to London was with Timberlake and the second time I went to London was just the sky tour. So they definitely plugged in with bro and all that. What were you doing on that tour with a opening and then you were just with them making music or were you performing? They were opening and I was performing on the set, probably playing keys, singing, maybe a little base with Sauron raw, and they were opening for you. Yeah, I think people definitely who are in the know and especially out in LA, a familiar with saura, but it was the absolute coolest thing like everybody was like, oh, you don't know psy? As if you didn't know you were doing something wrong. And they really were so creative and still are and where the portal, like you said to Kanye. There's always has to be somebody who's doing something so cool that they turn everybody else onto it, but they don't quite maybe get the same recognition of the commercial thing that everybody else does, but I don't mean to say they haven't done well for themselves, but they really were that thing. They were the weirdos that taught everybody about a lot of shit and helped put a lot of people on. Yeah, for sure from music to fashion, a whole bunch of shit and then after that, taz, he had tea, which was like a crazy brand. I remember like when he first came out he had those hats and big sons, YG. We had it on the 2000 booty video. It seems to have hoodies and sweatshirts as well. So you definitely had a run and almost he's working with everybody from Frank Ocean to fucking recently who I think when we did the Tyler, the creator record was a name. That was at what's Rick Rubin's studio. Oh, shangri la. That was a shangri la and I feel like was there too. I just running into the homies everywhere. And everybody's still doing shit, so. Yeah. And what were you doing with Timberlake back then? You said you're on tour. That was the other time you went out to England. Were you playing with him? Genus him and will had a company together and me and Corey was signed to that company. Okay. Because that was my very first tour in the UK. Even though I'm English, I kind of spent most of my life really growing up in American that I had my first single this single with ghostface and Nate dog called uwe that sort of popped off in England. It really didn't do too much. You had a song and they dug this fire, bro yeah. It's one person that I wish I could have the chance to have worked with for sure. Yeah, I had never been back to England except to visit my dad and my uncles like once a year and we have this song that's kind of blowing up and they're like, all right, you're going to go open for Justin Timberlake for two weeks. On the justified tour, these huge fucking arenas. And I didn't even know what a tour manager was. So I took my best friend from school Daniel. I'm like, do you know how to drive a car on the left side of the road? He's like, yeah, so we get to England and we drive up to the stage door of some huge arena and Manchester with like two turntables. My buddy rhyme fest and I'm like, where do we set up? Like we look like such idiots. Yeah, you know Ryan fest? Hell yeah. Yeah. So Ryan fest was on my record. I needed an MC and he was great and we were making music together as I come down with me. So we opened up for Justin Bieber, but I mean, literally the first show we had no idea what we're doing, carrying turntables on stage in front of a packed the arena is ready pack because they're teeny boppers. They get in at like 5 p.m.. We're like setting up like it's a house party anyway. But he was very cool and obviously that justified arrow was like a great time to be watching that shows, you know, senorita and all that shit. Yeah, Ryan fest, I've been a fan of them, but one time Kanye had us at Bon Iver, bonev up in, I think it's like, Wisconsin or something like that and Ryan presses over there and we had a great time and just make a music cracking jokes and shit, but I fuck with that dude for sure. Yeah. He's so smart. You know, he found the record for Jesus walks and he was the one that brought the thing and it was actually his record. And it was originally two rhyme fast versus I think in Kanye's just like, I know you're going to hate me, but I'm going to take this record back from you. And I mean, thank God he did, because it's an incredible record. The first time I ever went to the Grammys, was really Ryan fest date because he invited some girl who dropped out at the last minute and he's like, do you want to go to the Grammys because Jesus walks is up for song of the year, some shit. You know, and I was just like, cool. I gotta go to the Grammys. That's all right. It's funny you say the thing about Nate dog because I know it's a very, it's a very obvious comparison to make being on all the number of songs that you've been on in hooks and being from the West Coast and stuff, but I never seen you really talk about it. Was here an influence on you? Was he somebody whose music was important to you growing up? Yeah, he made like most of the bangers of my lifetime, you know what I mean? Yeah. Definitely love everything they dog was doing. Clearly, obviously, I feel like everybody did. Yeah. He's a heavy influence. I thought about a quote when I was looking at your whole disk and everything. I remember one time we were about to go on stage at some halftime basketball game to perform the song that we had done together this song ooey. And he kind of looked at me just as we were about to go on stage and he's like, like, a little panic, but obviously never panic because his knee dog is just always cool, but he was like, what's the, what's the lyric to this one again? Like he just looked like so many songs in his head. So many classics. He's about to go play some song with me that's like definitely not explosive or like an all time thing. So he literally couldn't. And then I was like, it goes like, when I step into the body, other days want to know, so I told him that lyric and he's like, oh, that's right. He's like, and then he kind of looked at me. He's like, don't worry. I forget the drey shit sometimes when I go out. He was saying, don't worry, it's not because if he's anything like me, man, fucking, I forget hell is his brother. It doesn't matter if his paranoid brewer or not, like, if I haven't done it a long time. Yeah. I'll need to practice in the car before fucking down the video or whatever. And after seeing snoop show one time, he had the teleprompters out there. I'm like, yo, give me the fucking teleprompter. Yeah..
"ty" Discussed on The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson
"Those songs would tear the club up. Around this same exact time tie appeared on the cover of fader issue number 92. And the title of the excellent piece, life of the party, written by my old friend and patriot juliane escobedo shepherd. Well, that pretty much sums it up. Here was a man who had been working very hard for ten years behind the scenes waiting for his break, and he was going to enjoy this moment for all it was worth. Tearing the club up and then the after party. But behind all that was also an exceptionally talented producer musician and arranger. I've jammed with tie before. He can jump on anything drums, base keys, whatever and kill it. And his love for everything from earth one and 5 to Patrice Russian to Chicago house is a big part of what makes his stuff so versatile and musically rich. As well as writing and guest starring on iconic huge hits for Post Malone, Kanye, sizza, kalanick, et cetera, et cetera. He's put out a ridiculous amount of good music on his own, including the now classic beach house mixtape series. His Atlantic album three TC and most recently some great collab records, one with Jeremiah titled Mai Tai, and another with ovo's division. You can tell this man is in a constant state of creating. He literally couldn't even sit still during our interview over Zoom. It starts out in his studio, pretty soon he's walking all over the house, lighting a joint and we'll end with him outside in his garden, talking admiringly about his teenage daughter. There is obviously no point in asking ty dolla sign to sit still. You just roll with him wherever he's going. Hello, by the way, officially. It's good to see you. I thought saying that we're really using the fader cover story that you had from 2014 as kind of the jump off point for this article. I just wanted to actually show you this and ask you if you remember anything about this picture that shoot or what it was like when you first saw it. Because I imagine it was one of the first covers that you had, right? Yeah, that was one of the first covers. I remember that day for sure. It was a very long time ago. Yeah. And then this is a great picture too. This is you and YG and I don't know who the other people are like. Oh, is that my grandmother's house? Looks like my grandma's house. Yeah. I mean, we all know a lot of the story in the background at this point. But that really was the breakthrough moment, I guess 2000 14 because you had paranoid loyal or no. I actually remember it because I had been in a fucking cocoon making my uptown special record for two years and I hadn't DJ or done anything. And I suddenly came out 2014 and I was like, okay, and I think I wrote to Ross one or some DJ that I know I was like, can you just send me all the new hot shit because I have to teach you in Vegas this weekend? And literally every record was you, and I really was in that familiar. And I was like, who is ty dollar sign? I just remember that every the entire set, you brought back a certain tempo. I guess it was you and mustard together, but can you talk a little bit about what that feeling was like because it was must have been like the biggest coming out party in some ways just going from sort of zero to 3000. Yeah. I guess it kind of like zero to 3000 from the outside. But for me, I had been doing music and, you know, learning all the instruments and having groups and shit and just trying all different types of ways to get my music out there. And then finally, around 2010, we had tutors and booted me and we kind of hit. And then, like, you said 2014 was when it really was out there and of course when I got that fader cover, I really felt like I was doing something. It's like, wow, we hit a cover, and then after that, there were more. So it was definitely a great time. And as far as like coming with the new sound, that was even better. We didn't come out following something else. It was like, we had our own thing, our own sound, our own genre, even. So it was definitely like hard work paying off. Yeah. Tutored and Buddha came out in 2010. And then mustards first big record rack city is actually 2011, so you're already doing the snap. You had had to hit that you would produce with this sound and you even talk about it that mustard talks about you gave him his first sample pack and then you talk about how mustard was the one who told you to simplify stuff. So it sounds like there was this amazing relationship between you teaching him him teaching you and you both kind of finding this thing at the same time. Definitely like I said, I come from being on some musician shit, learning the bass, the guitar, kids, learning how to write string parts, learning how to do it. All that kind of shit. So when I got to get in the lab of mustard, which before I even knew he was into doing beats, he was just like our DJ. He would always be like, yo, you don't gotta put all that in there. You should just simplify it. We only need this. And this and that is done. The beat is done. And I'm like, what do you know, bro? Right. But, you know, what he was saying was right for certain things, you know? It definitely changed my life. I love tutor and Buddha actually 'cause I hadn't listened to in a while and it's got the sample in there. Like the soul sample, but then mixed with this snap. And now that was something obviously the sound changed and got a little bit more electronic after that, but it's a really amazing synthesis of probably like the influences of where you came from and where you're about to go. That's why it's really interesting to listen to that now. Appreciate it, man. What do you think it was, 'cause it's true. What you just said about mustard just being like, yo, what do you know? Like, 'cause I'm fascinated as well because my sister's just had such an incredible run as well. From Merc city to now to roddy rich and all the records. That's ten years. In hip hop, it's like dog years. That's like a hundred years of relevance in any other genre because hip hop is so quick to change styles and the biggest producer today in two years can be hardly working. What do you think that having worked so closely with him? What is it about his I think not only is he just super talented, but being a DJ, I think that was a cheat code as well and actually being in the streets and in the culture. He just applied that to what he was doing and it worked. And he just kept on getting better and better. This whole last ten years, it wasn't just like he stuck to one thing. And another thing I would say about him that I love and respect a lot is during that time, there was a lot of people that were like, oh, okay, I could do this. Try to make it some type of battle thing, but we just talked to we were doing an advanced little by little step by step and we're still here..
"ty" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"ty" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"And welcome everybody to not so famous achievers weekly conversations. Some of the world's most amazing but not so famous achievers what they did and how they did it and what you can learn from their journey with your host will chris and robert white guys. It's wonderful to be with you. This is robert and We have an incredible guest today. Ty smith is with us tie was destroyed by a dear friend chad burmeister. They are both working in that kind of general artificial intelligence space and both of them have a unique wall of the. I think a lot of us have some fear of a i because it's going to take over the world and do our thinking for us and all of that stuff but tien chad share or something that i think it's really important. That is they have a set of principles underneath their technical skills. And and what they sell they They're more interested in humans and their impact on human race than they are in parading their technology. I hope i didn't say that the wrong way. Tie welcome to conversations with the not so famous achievers. Thanks so much for having me today. And i think that was very well put i i get. That's what i get paid the big bucks for nothing. That's why world puts up with me. Well i i want to introduce you to my new friend ties smith. Yeah wonderful A wonderful tie. You tell me a little bit out in utah told me you're in coronado california. I am so is that where the businesses the businesses headquartered in la hoya San diego county california. So about fifteen twenty minutes north of where i live in coronado and how many employees there are four full time employees. We're actually actively growing our engineering team right now. So i think we're about to send out an offer to an additional data scientists later today. Actually we also have an additional four full-time engineers that are offshore and yet so a lot of lot of remote remote Work yeah everyone still working from home for the most part. I go off a couple of days a week just to kind of change things up a little bit. But for the most part everyone is still working virtually anti For many of us a as a super complicated thing and my understanding of what europe to is helping companies of monitor communication that might get the company in trouble or causes the company culture to go in a direction that the leadership is not happy with is at the summit close to that. No very good though concert. They i is an afc driven communication safety analysis software that integrate with the internal communication services an organization is using and we still primarily for large enterprises that have greater than thousand employees but our solution integrates corporate email and chat with employs are using microsoft team or slack in order to chat with one. Another should integrate with that as well. Con- safe a has the ability to in near real time with meaning within ten or fifteen seconds. Find an alert. Hr decision makers of instances of toxic communication. That happened over email and chat. So we're talking about situations like sexual harassment. Anything around diversity and inclusion discrimination bullying even if an employee threatened parm. Our solution will find it within a matter expecting and let human beings know that one needs to get involved right now route. What an incredible use of technology. I mean you basically hit all of the kind of human problems that are plaguing us right now as a society. That's incredible and it's a really really big deal you know. This problem is costing. Us businesses five hundred twenty billion dollars every year in las expenses and revenues. And that's just in the united states alone and unfortunately as a result of the covy nineteen pandemic. This problem is growing rapidly. I well because we've seen an increase in threat trends that have have sprung up on us here in the united states alone over the last year and a half. So we've seen a nice a massive spiking gun sales in the united states a massive spike in sale parts which means the third individuals out there piece together firearms that are fully untraceable by the united states government and where that really scares daylights life out of me when i see sitter. Instances like the siege on our nation's capital. We don't know how many of those people were armed. We don't know how many of them were armed with firearms that were totally untraceable by the united states government in the event they use those firearms against our federal employees that were after nation's capital that day but moving on we've seen a massive bike and fiber bullying fiber and fiber sexual harassment homegrown terror child abuse domestic violence. All of the above has skyrocketed over the last year and a half as a result of the kobe nineteen endemic and we spent a tremendous amount of time talking to our current and prospective customers in order to understand it. What's keeping the leaders of the company up at night and make no mistake. Organizational leadership is really concerned with the possibility of some if not all of these variables finding their way into the workplace whenever we do reopen the workplace until our employees to come back to the brick and mortar environment. And a tie have you you know before Kind of the recent polarization in our society people were already being jerks on social media. You know the so-called keyboard warrior Saying things that they would never say face to face. at least. that's my sense of it. Have you been able to discover any distinction between the people that just Say things on on In email on chats that it just wouldn't say in person and wouldn't act on idea develop any opinion about that about that distinction between the people better just blowing off steam and being artificially brave or whatever they are many versus something that really needs action. I think that it comes down to it. Comes down to means and intent when you're considering each particular instances that take place on social media for example if someone worth a stay on twitter. Hey i'm gonna find highsmith and i'm going to. I'm going to kill him. Because i don't like what his company doing. I think it's a threat to humanity because they is gonna take over the world we look at that particular statement and go. Oh my god. I should really be careful of my life right now but we have to go deeper and look at means it first and foremost meet the person that saying that. We have any idea where that person is located because if they're in india and and they're they're saying over twitter they don't really have the means to go through with with what they're saying they're going to do unless they're gonna they're gonna hop on a plane by all the way over to the united states they're gonna find their way into poor and auto california and then they're going to have to figure out. Hey how do. I even get close to this. This retired navy seal. That's living in coronado in surrounded by all of his former field teammates. How do i get to that person and actually go through this attack that we have to look at means an intent. You know all of the above.
"ty" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Ty works the front of the house like he's done for nearly 30 years. I started on the cash register when I was six years old. Like my sibling Rosa, but it's like the fourth Child's Mary says the family really started supporting LGBTQ issues. When her daughter, Megan, came out as a lesbian in high school in this community, it was really scary. She worried her daughter would be bullied. But that was just the beginning because Thai stood out even more. There was the controversial neon pink baseball cap, the short hair dyed purple that provoked a teacher. She pulled me aside on the way out to pe one day and told me that I was ruining my life. I knew I knew then that she was wrong. But what I didn't know was how those her saying that would still be a part of my consciousness. 30 years later, and that's Obscene and I was just a fat little girl just trying to be okay because he didn't know it then. But Thai is a trans man playing with his look. He learned about himself. There was a Mohawk. Close, cut up and pieced back together decorated with safety pins for me, my parents giving us the room to express ourselves through our physical aesthetic. Was was a matter of my survival. What else would I have done? If I couldn't cut my hair? I maybe would have been cutting myself and Ashley for Ford. But since he was a kid ties moved through the restaurant with ease and authority. Today. He is wearing a kilt. His full red beard braided. Were you up for a daffodil hill this weekend? Awesome. Did you go? All right? One of the neat things about having grown up in a restaurant is that I was able to feel powerful. School never felt felt safe, and that's not healthy for our brains As high school began, Ty knew he was attracted to women tie started the gay straight alliance at Amateur High School. And it caused just an uproar in the community. It was just like I did not go to glee. Okay, That was not my life school was rough. His tires were slashed on campus. I mean, I have been followed home. I have been run off the highway. Had dog smeared in the front seat of my car parked in front of my childhood home. It was it was difficult times. Oh, I mean, I had friends whose parents grounded them from me. So it didn't seem Unusual that there were people that weren't interested in dining with us in a school of only 800 students tie says he collected over 100 signatures in support of starting the club. As high school wound down tie still didn't know the word transgender, but he did something really dramatic for a new teenage driver. I just couldn't stop myself. I cut my driver's license in half right over the gender marker. Soon after going off to college tie, sat his parents down and said, if it's all right, you know, I think I'd like to be your son now after college in Santa Cruz in a few years in Sacramento tie returned to Jackson. He loves the country and the rolling hills of Amador County and wanted to be part of his family's farm to fork efforts at Rose Buds and coming home meant returning to the sanctuary of the restaurant. I Have Experience said a great deal of trauma at points in my life where my brain was still developing. He says he deals with PTSD and Agora phobia and went through periods when he couldn't work.
"ty" Discussed on TY Old Self Podcast
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"ty" Discussed on TY Old Self Podcast
"You keep exploring if you stop exploring like in your settle with like what job you're doing and even though you hate it that's when you'll be stuck there. I don't know like a like. I'm actually like actually like the various specific niece job makes me happening like i get income and all that stuff. But you wouldn't know if that you didn't go to this job for is unlikely to leave that job for this job. You didn't like you weren't looking for a job at this plan. You saw this opening like the moment you stop looking and you just settled. Not when like like. No one can help you except for yourself. So yeah keep exploring. Exploration breeds growth. Yes essentially yeah our interests and your general interests that had like specifically you can be like. Oh i like plants do for the meantime like what can i explore like with plants like about my majors. Like something completely different. It's like how do you interview the two. Yeah so i feel like it's just a matter of like just thinking outside of the box of what you can do and how you can integrate what you like until things that you're good at. Yeah yeah because the worst thing that could happen when you're exploring something and you don't like it. Is you leave you leave. Yeah and especially like with our society now job culture and stuff. Our generation isn't the generation to be like. I can't leave for like another five years. Like i need to be on good on a resume like i need to like still. I need to be here. I mean stay for your job at least minimum of year. If you're not comment leave after a year And exploring other options of because like in our like our parents or something right. They have a job. It's a mundane piece bills. Whatever they didn't stay there on the dock gonna like explore around you know but then i our generations like now. I'm bored like i don't wanna do this like all share something else. Yeah you know. This made me remember a conversation that i had with my friend about how our parents had to settle down because they were always on survival mode especially when it came to their careers to their interests and especially parents always about surviving and making sure that your stable and making sure that were floating above water. And that's it. Yeah they didn't have the time to explore themselves has just do whatever met like. They're like make made ends meet. Yeah yeah exactly. And i feel like it's so easy for us to oppose social norms because we're not on survival mode or even like art against our own parents like upbringing. Yeah there they set us up to oppose the social norms in essence. If there's have like an idea. Because i feel like isolated experience in sometimes when they have this idea of like how things are supposed to be done But like you no. This is okay. This is how things are actually done like this is okay. But that's where our two cultures and upbringings kind of clash again. You can get into fights and stuff. Yeah because like we have different opinions and there's like think we've talked about in the beginning wants more. Strict wants more like linear and the other one's very much free hand cream will free willing. Yeah our parents in the philippines and like they had a very different cultural lifestyle there too not just like with their own families but like a whole culture like a country you know even selling eating this is like okay like because this is what. They grew up in the philippines like in america. It's no like these are a little different and it's like you don't have to be like this certain way type type thing. Yeah you don't have to keep yourself floating above water all the time. Once you're up there you can breathe a little bit and explorer where you're at back..
"ty" Discussed on TY Old Self Podcast
"I can't do a literally. Emily good art so you have to keep doing art. I mean more towards high worlds like okay. This is like really what i have to do that. I probably can see myself. Doing kerr widens. Because i how this book that linked journals like every every year of school that you're in what are like your like your favorite subjects in school every time it's our mp in an housing nevada knowing that that's still applies right now. Because i'm doing art until like fitness like working out and stuff and the are indeed. That is the pattern does not very odd to wear him now. But i think the like definitely in high school. When i got more into the bigger art classes because we just had like general art classes in like middle school much school having to actually take as an elective because those the only thing my parents forced me to do with my career take art classes at choir like. I really just wanted to learn how to sing. Yeah to art classes like all four years at apr like one. My little mentorship. The animation industry like yes like sophomore junior year new. That's where i was gonna go towards. Yeah guess like middle like more seriously got serious in highschool special teacher was like you're good at this. I'm like thank god. I'm good at something. At least we all know that this is the direction where heading to ever oppose it. Because i didn't know that. I always wanted to journalism. Yeah this was kind of a last resort thing. Because i'm good at writing. Yeah but now. I'm like i'm going in the direction of photography lane motor journalism in going back to that whole creativity comes back. Piazza you type of thing. I've always working working with cameras and stuff like that hence the gopro right here shots go parade here all this year. But there's so much happening behind the scenes. You can't see it. I'll probably a picture of it or something for people feeling like they're stuck and they feel like they don't know where to go like direction. Wise one thing you would advise for them to do. I would say like keep exploring everything. Because i feel like you don't know what you like until you do it. I'm lucky i never had to work retail jobs. If i at like retail jobs or anything like food service jobs ever would have like signed dreams to be a barista a lasting thing. People want like. I have like yeah..
"ty" Discussed on TY Old Self Podcast
"We're all growing as authentic as it could be for the time. Yeah so i think myself out to. That's one also the exploration thing and taking the time even if it doesn't work out shot to marine bio nadine but didn't even with your past experiences it wouldn't like you have that knowledge that helps you do the job now. You know so everything. Everything has a purpose. Even if it doesn't make sense right y'all again that doesn't for the pod as per tradition on this podcast please scrappy drink whether it is wired whiskey beers so due to heal up please extra drink alcohol lease or save or or drink water yet and i would like to propose a toast to you and to you dear you're infringe on the street your prices a president ninety turn alleviate all of you cheers for you. This is the fastest. I've ever finished or at least close to charging all world drug overdose. Many who biggio also much for hanging out with us on today's episode of thank you old. Self they never be here. Thinks that does it. For the episode of the podcast. Thank you again so much for hanging out and listening to part two of my conversation with hannah. if you'd like to keep up with us. We are on instagram twitter. At t y old self pod and we avenue discord server which you can find in our link tree so make sure to head on over to the instagram page for the podcast to find all the links take care of everybody have a great rest of your day or night wherever you are in. You are beautiful forever that by..
"ty" Discussed on TY Old Self Podcast
"How do we know this well. Well more we're supposed to do it. That's just strictly harley. Even with if i talk too long even we're friends. My mom gives me the side. I what am i gonna do so sad bro. so like everything else. I have like everything else in my life. Got my job on my own. I pay my bills on my own furniture. Place on my own silly. I think that responsibility that they're fine with and lax about and like even going out and even drinking like they're more okay with it for like literally. I think the last thing is like boys. They're like only be open with us about boys but then like try and then i get condescending notes about it it makes no sense so i think that's the only thing i'll probably get engaged. This is my fiance. We've been dating for how many years that's you'll tell them nope. I won't be there on that day. Oh my god. Do you know what. I would pay to see their abilities. I'll be there with the camera and it's not about you getting engaged in where it's being engaged and you have heard beyond there's a sick talk of someone like saying like oh my god like i'm wedding like all these people like my parents are going to cuddly with my.
"ty" Discussed on TY Old Self Podcast
"For almost seven years. Now yeah that's fine easy. You'd we're twenty three. Yes and twenty four two and four. Wow bro while my words my have been out of it. And it's not. She inherited bad knees. Learn the past weekend that i probably inherited really bad leg jeans so my knees are giving it. They're they're getting they're they're. They're prepping her for future stretcher. You're gonna hide from your family for off.
"ty" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition
"Given us since creation tie you're you're right with that and spend such a great interview and i want to acknowledge you for your passion and your commitment to getting this message out bringing hope to millions all around the world that have been affected by cancer. Cancer's affected my family. Affected me personally and just what you re in your whole family represents and the message that incredible content. You guys have your documentary series. Well as on on your website Fantastic content there. I know is giving bringing hope to summary deibel so thank you again for what you do and for also for being a part of our fasting transformation summit here for the jars while thank you so much for those of you. That are listening. Just remember that since last thought fasting can unlock the dormant healing potential. Within you. it's safe. It's powerful and it just might transform your life so hope you enjoyed this..
"ty" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition
"Starts converting the fat to energy. Yeah it's pretty remarkable. What the body does now increases. Its energy efficiency. It's metabolic flexibility and yet dr group is one of our interviews. It's talking about water fast and extended Right i mean the is probably like eight ten percent body fat normally and this is well fed and then you know he fasts his body still get even leeann actually taking that fat in britain down producing the fuel ryan so from my experience. Basically you know we know that viruses ray viruses implantable as well cancer and so automaticity were basically refer past. The body's gotta get fuel summer so it'll breakdown fat cells like you were talking about zones and then it needs amino acids things like that so it will start to break down. These old decaying cells plans will go. After these cells that are affected by viruses. Right and so it can be a great way to help reduce viral infections. And you know that could be a stimulus on as well for cancer and so you know big thing that a lot of people with cancer are concern about when it comes to fasting as many of them are dealing with right where they're using all this all this weight and so there told they're given things like insure you know untold. Hey who stuff. Your calories consume more fuel right consume more of these things which is a fifty percent sugar. Exactly yeah you know if you look at the ingredients like corn maltodextrin bryant sugar. Gmo's basically that's that's pretty much what they're giving them the whole time it so basically. What are your thoughts on somebody. Who is concerned about fasting. We of already losing weight with cancer on. What are your thoughts on strategies of bacon. Apply as they go into fasting. You don't want somebody. That's already losing way i would. I would recommend and i even i'm not a doctor and not supposed to recommend if if it were me. I can say this out. Pro what i would do is. I wouldn't do like a water fast. You're gonna need calories as you're losing weight What i would begin to be. More of an intermittent fasting is your body time states with toxic debris to cleanse on a daily basis and had a concentrated period. Maybe four to six hours each day. You get the bulk of your calories. And what i would do personally is completely q. Genetic i claim kita genyk not like ten pounds of meat a day but a lot of cod owes a lot of coconut oil. Even though you see in the article it the harvard professor talk about how toxic coca was at poisonous. it was. it's very healthy. It's great for keita. Jenny diet avocados. Coconut oil real butter. You know i try to get a high quality. Fats minimum middle of the road on the on the proteins. Make sure it's varied cleaned proteins in low carbs. That would be. I would follow the key. buy it for four hours five hours a day and get some substantial calories in during that time because then you got a twenty hour period nine hundred period that you're not eating. I think that combination. I know it works. Because i've interviewed hundreds of cancer patients. That have done that. And i've not worked for them. That would be what i would do. Personally yeah i totally agree with that and so you kinda get the best of both worlds. Your body gets more sensitive to insulin when you do that kind of extended fast also boost up some some growth hormone human growth hormone script. The union system muscle development Preserving lean body tissue but they do get the calories in there too. Though you get the calories your body eats raw materials eat. So that's a great strategy. I think also to people it gives people like live at the end of the tunnel right. Yeah if you say to somebody. I need you to do a twenty one day water. Only fast they're going to be like. I can't do it if i need you to. Four days watering fast there. A i can't do it probably if you tell them. I need to do a two week. Fats were all you do is drink juice. They're gonna say. I don't know. I can do that for two weeks but if you tell them i need you to only eat between four and five hour period water the rest of the time if you want to have a little bit of tea or whatever something like that. No sugar no calories really. That's okay with your that four or five hour time you can consume. You know twelve hundred calories if you want to as long as they're clean and they could be tasting gado in meat and eggs. Okay i can do that. You know your average person can do that. Take some discipline. But you can do that. And it's achievable. So i think that's one of the one of the reasons that that that's the recommendation is people can do that. And they can look forward to that a couple of meals. They're going to be able to have in just a few hours. It's not like i got two weeks of this. I can't do it. Yeah compliances qian so absolutely giving up something. They can tackle seeing what i can. I can rearrange my lifestyle or this is huge. And so i know you touched on toxicity. Toxicities role cancer development fast. Great way to help the body detox whether it's through intermittent fasting juice fasting whether it's through strategies like like getting akito sus Can help the body to detox. And so what are why is toxic cities such a big factor today in causing cancer in what you typically recommend as far as helping somebody go through location process. I think is a problem for several issues now. Number one it it impairs the immune system. We know that toxins impair amenity. That's that's a given toxicity also burdens of organs where they don't function the way that they should. So let's look at are the organs of our body as if they were the bathrooms in our house. Right and so let the liver. Is the bat downstairs bathroom in the kidneys. The upstairs bathroom. We have athens nelson. They're all clock right. Well it's not gonna be long before. The house is a mess because the organs that are supposed to be detoxifying wastes from the house or clogged up and so we look at toxins that way. Look at a lot of the poisons that are in our food the pesticides the effect that they are organs in our body now. our organs are toxic. I don't know that any medical doctor would disagree that we're toxic. I i think the disagreement is well. Can you really detoxify talks body. Everybody knows toxic. There were exposed to so much. So i think the the issue at talks. The toxicity is in paris. Immune system it clogs up the organs in it makes our body just not it makes the fluids in our bodies sluggish. Our kidneys humping the way that they should our livers not pumping the way that it the extra in the by the way that it should. Our live system is not pumping the way that it should. I think that's a big one but toxicity because people don't understand. The lymphatic system is so important cancer prevention so we have the bloodstream. The blood system and our blood gonna get punked whether we like it or not as long as at hearts beating our bloods getting pumped. So it doesn't require any effort on your part. You may not have to go to bed. And i'd say i hope my heart keeps up blood and that's going to do it. That's why god made us but lead systems different. And if you don't take an active in your health and do something on a daily or every other day basis to stimulate your paddock flow. Your body's going to be pretty toxic like if you're Cowboy movies out in the desert. Get to hold of water in its little stagnant. Don't drink that water. Right thursdays they were. They're not gonna drink the water because it stagnant and our attic system get stagnant we get toxic so in lymphocytic system is one of our talks vacation systems in our body. So if you're not moving in what. My favorite exercise is is a rebounder. A little mini trampoline. Just ten minutes a day fifteen minutes a day watcher your program watch the news watch sports program. Whatever just jump i do. I have one in my gym my house. I'll jump that the minutes on the rebounder. Before i start my workout because up and down. Motion stimulus dylan batted flow and it helps to detoxify your body. So that's something that. I think many people today because of our today sedentary lifestyle. They don't get enough exercise it. They're not getting the movement. And so that's important if you wanna prevent. Hey i just wanted to take a quick moment and tell you about my new book. The fasting transformation. I am so excited about. This book is a functional guide to.
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