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"tabart" Discussed on Racing Rundown: A Horse Racing Podcast
"One of the shortest distances cure can race that's beyond unimpressive into do without first asking which like three-quarters sibling Tabart wasn't even able to to he was A. Was One. That took a long time to go. This is a really really got it going early on in her career. So inject of for for Stanley we've run by doing labor certainly wanted to watch and the other horse is one on the grass at Saratoga Cope public sector a first time starter Chad Brown obviously Chad, Brown on the grass never going wrong with a very impressive win stay on the day one by two lakes and. you by in who also desire really Tim Cyrus in connections as the Serotonin Derby winner. Domestic spending will obviously talk about a little bit but I mean, those are all positive signs very professional win and we know Chad Brown can do a lot of damage on the grasp but these young horses. So public sector. Going down the road into the fall. There's a lot of good opportunities for him on the grassy wouldn't be surprised if you can think of steak one or two in in in the near future. And we'll actually get into that Saratoga. Derby right about now the winner of that race was domestic spending as has already been mentioned trained by Chad Brown written by Iradar tease. The Usual Combo that takes all the turf races Toga decorated invaded disappointed. But you know if I think if you've pulled people who played this race, neither of the two horses were winners I'm sure a lot of people probably would have said. The Chad Brown horse domestic spending would be able to get the wind is a nice win for him I know Eric's GonNa have some laments that Guffaw was not able to get up late in the race. Decorate invader. We'll get to in a few minutes and we talk about buy sell when we're talking about our by on hold for this weekend. Obviously not what you wanted to see from him but you know, I'm not pushing the panic button. So I'm not going to give too much away but. It would decorate invader I think that he'll definitely next start rebound it'd be somewhat.
"tabart" Discussed on Not Another D&D Podcast
"Them. I'm going Ham woodblock. Hope I'm selling garlic girl cheeses in the parking lot. Balladur's absolutely sobbing. He's got such a haunting boy. Just it makes me WANNA cry but also I'm scared I feel like he's just alone in an abandoned. Exactly what I was going for. Thank you I hope. Feel someone inspired by this him. No I do. I absolutely do that. Was a beautiful rendition. Young thank you thank you. You have so much more to give to this world then. Just pain are really good at delivering pain. It's an honor that broke my heart. So you deliver pain and all the right ways to let's go break some more hearts Specifically divine one on ones where the hounds baby you see all of the doors and join in on the barking They get in on it. CORDONA hesitantly joins our our our our our. There's hope for him yet. Cord is Cordona intended to join us. No My lady. You are demi-god I am up. Oh Yeah I wanted to. I wanted to keep you out of harm's way. Considering we enlisted your. I did not want to put you in harm's way but my lady if you don't come out in let's say sixteen seventeen hours. I will fetch your body's thank you do. I feel like the all might not give us the kindness of leaving a body but very optimistic. I'll make sure your letters gets where they're supposed to go. Thank you truly appreciate. That bows deeply all right skippy. Then you're off you see Nermin salutes. You absolutely yeah I I salute them. And I put the captain's hat on or until I get back. This is your ship. He looks extremely proud. And he gives you a Predator handshake and he pulls you in for a hug hug him. I also realized that I do I do have to put a fifth level spell into Papa so I'm going to put one of my spell slots into paw paw told me off. Mike. Don't WanNa tell me what it is. You want to just show me. Arrays down on a piece of paper. I just like it's really not like a big surprise or anything I just. I don't know it'll be more fun. I don't WanNA show you my hand you got. Some China holds her hand over. Papa and Phil's hand with some kind of energy exploded that might that must be a potent spell throws up some almonds cool. Let's let's get to it right. I I pick down the rope ladder. So storm born Hard-won kick the rope ladder over the side You guys all Take care to go down carefully It is very rainy and windy. you guys are able to make it to the ground safely when you guys get down here and you see this flag that. Luna has left for you you see that she has secured a javelin here and Sort of a makeshift flag. It's not a real flag. You See. She has taken her old chosen Tabart. She wore over her armor and she's fashioned it into a flag the white tabart flaps violently in the wind its edges Look all frayed. Like they were destroyed by the weather But you see a claw mark through the Golden Sword in the middle. That looks quite intentional. Wow Titans but so many people in this world that are so much cooler than us here. Yes she's just a damn where Wolf with a redemption are coming. I can't compare. Don't forget flying because that's a big part does really important flies a lot as you guys are down here. Go ahead and give me. Perception Checks Haute Murph. By the way can we say that I summoned last night? Yes and of course. Of course Twenty nine twenty nine. You other guys. Don't even need to roll moonshine. You spot this right away. You see that near the flag. There is a clearing in the rubble. A small tunnel that leads into darkness. It looks like you need to crawl it. I ALL RIGHT. I'm GONNA I'm going to fungal form. Okay just in case I got another one in case it's too soon But Yeah I guess. Let's Y'all ready to get on your hands and knees. We're the role where the hounds roof. You're crying a little. I think that I will go first. And I'll go into a rage so take half damage in case it gets dangerous. Okay Yeah L. Follow you As hard ones going in Back for a second and I pull out the Tome of demons and arch demons and I go to hand it to him except that I've altered the cover to be a children's book called hard-won keeps swinging. Thought this might be a little more your style. What's you'll know in time. There's like three words. There man bound Arca. He's just picked up on something. Read the picture on the covers. Amazing Beverly Co Q. Without knowing that you honor me other. That's what's important here. You know on demand man. He's got he's got like three words. You just say on Bell North. You're so fucking smart. Hard one keeps swinging. I weep open. Honestly that is the reaction. I was hoping for so. Thank you for helping him along. You know what that's why I'm here. It's also got forty. Hp N Dope. Thanks we all right. Let me know how you guys are proceeding in what order? Yeah so I mean my thought was I could go first because I can go into a rage and take half damage. Okay sweet if like any falling rocks or anything unless anyone else would prefer to go. I I think sandwich the half link sandwich or now. We're the sandwich that's fun. The Middle Tuna on the bottom of my favorite sandwich grows. How are you talking about a tuna sandwich made with jute tuna steaks tune in the middle so shines in the front presumably bevis second hard one then bow nor so belmore was in the middle with me and hard one was Oh stubble? Stuff to tuna sandwich starts tuna sandwich. Yeah absolutely disgusting but curious. I am about the Altuna CANTU like all tune on the bottom. Yeah you slather a little tartufo bottom you hand gets all wet but then the top of your mouth gets all ready looking fun. Yeah what kind of world are we trying to save? We'll do the traditional half link. Sandwich me the. Biddle sounds good. Sounds hard one brings up. The rear and Moonshine is in the front crawl through the tunnel. At first there is a bit of rain. Water getting through the rocks But it becomes tightly packed enough as you keep going that no longer can get through As you crawl through the darkness Moonshine go ahead and give me perception check pop scampering along next to you moonshine yes baby. Twenty eight twenty. God you have dark vision so you could see a little bit but it's still very very dark still hard fi to say You see you run into it's You feel another javelin stuck in the rocks here and as you reach around beyond did you see that the rocks give way to a pit. There's a whole leading deeper into the earth. It looks like Luna left a javelin here so like you guys wouldn't fall face first in there. Give you like a moment to gather yourself. Wow let an honor to trace those esteemed steps. Y'All pit ahead prepare? I shout at the pylons. Everyone takes ten. Psychic damage. Comes K falls in behind us. Yeah it does seem as though it's like a trap or does it seem as though we have to descend into the pit. It seems as though this is where you needed to send in fact Luna has left more of tabards down here. She's put like a stake into the side of the pit. You see a white piece of cloth over the tunnel leading down. I leave a thank you note. Should we just? Y'All just want to a grapple are way down Use ropes like spelunker yet or we lose the judge alligator. Doi all the time. But I'm here on Earth. Are you bidding in this cave kind of a ghost in my did well? I think that you are something special and unique and beautiful absolutely my son. Now if you don't mind we all love to get on your back and play turtle elevator you see judge kind of goes through Moonshine the spectral turtle And begins floating down the pit all aboard. I yeah hop on hop on Georgia's back and you make your way deeper and deeper down the pit. This does not appear natural as you get.
"tabart" Discussed on Chicks in the Office
"So you don't even watch the episodes. You're not in. I do I do more of those two of because I want to see how much dancing is going on that stamos Honegger why so much dance. We don't eat glee. You didn't watch yourself on full house though. I just record this movie. I had a hard time watch. I'm because I was in it, you know, and I'm really kinda I just have trouble watching it, it just it just one of those things. I mean, you guys listen to yourself. Yeah. It's true. It's so hard to do. But we don't think we have we have. No, we have produced producer listens to make sure everything is. Okay. But you directed this movie. That's Benjamin available next week able twenty-third K. And and I'm pretty excited about it. Because to a long time to get made. And it was independent movie meant a lot to me about a serious topic. We think my kid play by max burkholder from parenthood. He played the autistic young man, and he's such a good actor. We think he's on meth which got us on our rating because they didn't curse nobody cursed. The movie some weird an unusual language like you pernicious skirt, but it's a cast of it's an independent movie, and we made it because I was passionate about it. And had Joshua torque wrote it and nNcholas Tabart produced it, and we hired a bunch of people that were kind enough to say yes to me. And I was watching some Biro footage of the actors saying how I got them to do it and Kevin Pollack who's really talented and he's on Mrs Maes right now. I just love known of thirty years. He said that I have videotapes on all of them. What? Had to do it. But it's it's based on my girlfriend. I so I'm directing and I'm playing a guy. That's it's Danny Tanner off the rails. So you find it a little familiar. I did want episode of full house where it was on coffee. So I talked real fit that this is like that. So my girlfriend is played by Maryland rice cub, who's very funny, and she takes out a post on Facebook to call an intervention on my son, it's dark comedy. So it's a serious serious issue. And I wanted to do it in a way that was palatable and not your typical, you know, this is going to be a PSA for we've been seeing. I'm seeing some great versions of this movie that are serious, and maybe in some ways for many people that's the best way to serve it up. But I think for millennials and trials and triathlons, and then we needed a person to lead the intervention, so rob cordray who's very funny ballers and hot tub time machine that can watch that every day because some wrong with me. He's family got a colleges to leads the intervention, and that's not who you choose eventually. And then we've got a lot of good people to Cheri oteri day Foley. And and they said Kevin Pollack, and let's see who else Clara mammoths in it. And you better not leave anybody out. Rodgers. Now, you give me president John in western David hall. I'm adding lyric bent, really fast, right right to say it all quick. I actually did an interview adheres I'd like to mention the cast. Here's every single one of them. And it took like a minute. It's only like a twelve person samba they really helped me, and they they made it difficult conditions palatable. And I'm proud of it. And it comes out in a way that is the first time this service has ever done this. And that's how all the biggies started. That's how they are big. Anyway, it's it's red box. And it's forty one thousand kiosks, but that's not where I want. You can yes you can. Can and not return it, and then they make a ton of money 'cause they charge you per day or you can now it's a very first original VOD for red box. Which is how everybody started including you know, the to click Amazon and all my movies are on Emma's on. So you can buy I won't say it. It's a joke. But. Paint. You can watch movies or my specials and get the lotion at the same time. But sorry, I said that I feel bad now. No, I do different world..
"tabart" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"You. It's a doggy dog world with your fetching hosts polite, and this week's co host K Tabart, patriot Burke. Welcome back to it's doggy dog world. This is your host lists polite with Mike good, friends, patron and Kate Abbott. I wish there were more happy stories about cancer. But but and Cisco didn't have happy stories, but you're a vocalist came on the metastasized so quickly grew growth of the tumor was so fast this year, especially Bashir, well, we had gone camping Kate night gun camping up in the mountains. So for fourth of July because we wanted to get a couple of noise sensitive dogs out of the city. And there was a couple of times when Bashir acted like he was really in pain, and the one time we were sitting out on the patio, and he came out of the RV and then stood like a horse with colic all four feet spread. Any just froze? Like, he was really really in pain. We thought it was shoulder front legs. I thought it was rightous because he did have. Arthritis. He'd been unvarying medications for is arthritis for a couple of years. And I said then when we're sitting out there, I went and got him another pain pill for arthritis, and I told Kate. Okay. Well, when we get back down, the flatland gonna get an appointment and talk about his pain management and took him in and Dr Marion gave him an exam, and when she went to Pell paid his belly. She went oh. You never want to hear that. You never watch your vet just say. Two words, whatever here from your vet and after the thorough exam. She found that he had a large mass in the abdomen and masses on one kidney. So after that exam. I went out in the parking lot by myself. And both of you and said Bashir is gone. And I just remember her calling me, and I'm like gone wear because I just know that for arthritis treatment. Yeah. And all of a sudden she calls on this like not like where where to go on vacation. What do you mean? Yeah. That's what he said. He had. Yes. He was in pain. She offered, you know, she's a wonderful veterinarian. We all three of us user. She's absolutely wonderful. And she offered alternative. She says. Well, if you want a little bit more time, we could do this and this and this and this, and I said he's in pain. He's a good. Boy. There's no way I'm gonna let him suffer. Just so I can be selfish enough to have another week with him. You know, what's weird for that cancer had happened with my two Aussies? They're so stoic. You don't get symptoms. What they say is so common as when it's critical and all of a sudden like one of the cancer started to bleed, right? So he had internal bleeding, and it was your lethargic. What's going on bottom and found out mitt Shasta? Remember, oh, I got another wet three or four weeks. Yeah. But again it happens to middle the older dogs in Shasta was thirteen twelve Bashir was read at the same age area. And you can do surgery to give you options, they give you options chemotherapy. But I'm thinking twelve thirteen years old been in pain. I decided what. We gave Shasta the best he weeks. Yeah. Yeah. Hold on journal says proximity one in four dogs will get cancer after ten years of age nearly half of the dogs over ten years of age die of cancer. Yeah. The statistics searches and the most recent liming, my my aunt lives with me she had upon and the palm seemed she's nine that's young for palm nine s really young. Yeah. But yeah. Four four two palms. I think he was just a few days doesn't act Reich. We gave her separate Q fluids all that weekend in the ultrasound. Now, the one I feel really bad about what Cisco Cisco was five when he died of cancer, and he had shown some signs something wasn't right. You know, hindsight's always twenty twenty for a while including running into a four by four fence posts at full gallop. And we thought I thought that maybe one of the other Doug shoved him, and he hit the fence post because the Doug shoved him, you know, in the path of travel while they were running but in looking back because he died of a brain tumor. Now, I think probably his vision was affected that happened at tusk when the lights changing, and but he had several other has some behavioral issues he had just some odd things. And I remember talking with. Two of you going. You know? Brainstorming. Yeah. And being trainers in studying behavior. I assume that it was behavioral problem at his age that cancer is not the immediate. No, no. Well, and even the veterinarian he fortune. Cisco trying to find out what was wrong, we ran blood work. We did this and that and. And then finally he started have seizures. And that's when our veterinarian got on the phone to a specialist, and the specialist was the one that said he had a specific type of tumor in specific spot in the brain. And he said I'll guarantee that. And then it was like two days later, Cisco had a grand mal seizure, and basically didn't come out of it. So I let him go but five years old five year old dogs are not supposed to get cancer. Fatal cancers this mom, and again, Donna hereditary treatments a whole lot better than it used to be. But it's still not human. It's not in the level of fighting human cancer. Although with my Roddy, we did radiation we did chemo. Yeah. I was lucky enough to the vet that I. I worked for previously. Let me I don't think I would have done the chemo. They had let me sit with her. For hours and hours and hours, but stay with her. Yeah. And even the radiation. Could be with her for that too right after she was she temperament wise. I was okay with letting her go in with strangers for something like radiation therapy. And sure enough they all said, she was great my second Roddy had issues. Yes. Yes. Deservedly? So, but anyway, I wasn't going to put her through it. She could not have mentally and emotionally handled. No Gina couldn't have that would have been tortured for gene therapy. Yes. Do it again with Kayla? I don't know. It was still I mean bought some time. But a lot of that time like with the radiation was spent treating topical burns. Yeah. The chemo was trying to get her to eat again after all of that. Yeah. They can't back. Yeah. I've only in forty some years of owning dogs have only lost to the cancer. Cisco in pressure and two of them were already passed the point of treatment by the time. It was discovered. So I didn't have to make that choice. I'd certainly look into side effects before agreeing to it though because she can't explain to a dog. Okay. Look, you're gonna feel like death warmed over. But this will give you some more time. You can't explain that to a dog. If a dog is sick really sick by something. We're putting him through. At what point is that fair or not fair? All three of the four were all twelve thirteen years old. Ready older older? We all know get it from chairs. Oh. I didn't want to put them well and with dementia sarcoma. Let's talk about that. Because you've lost four in. And that's unfortunately, a very very common cancer. Yeah. Unfortunately, they do just Riva's deadly cancer. You can do the treatments that we talked about. I mean, if you think catch it before it's bleeding, and unfortunately, say majority of the time you you don't catch it till it's too late. Right. I look at poor Kona. Yeah. We never knew was here. Every day. We're doing training did know anything he still had an appetite. He was still he was blind for most of his life. But he was still active and plane and eating and drinking. It's never knew until one day. I'm like why what's wrong. Why are you lethargic why he just laying there and brought him in? And then you called me and said eating his he's bleeding. Yeah. Yeah. Where did that come from never knew? I mean, some of the signs, you know, if your dog gives you these spines license four mine didn't was lethargy lack of appetite waste loss. Says are such general. They're simply. And so many things. Yeah. Yeah. Knows pleading fatigue pill color, the near the mouth is respiratory increased. Respiratory is already bleeding happening. Yeah. I we're into the treatment for that. Its later stages show. Yeah. Begins treatment. If you catch it early enough again, you can do the surgery following chemotherapy radiation, or some type. But then, and that's also depends on where it is. And then you may buy them a couple months few weeks couple months, depending the dog how bad overall mean, unfortunately, prognosis is poor. Once Don has it you buy some time. But if you're to a point like I went through there wasn't any time. Nope. I lost a dog to deliver cancer that was painful could not handle that for very long to make the decision to relieve him of his pain. 'cause that was a pancreatic it. I'm sorry pancreatic cancer body was literally eating itself. Yeah. That's not. Was it hard? So the other day on Facebook. Of course, they're talking about talking with dog people. How do you know when it's time? I remember asking Liz that question with Shasta every dog owner has asked it a hundred and what I from Ben learned with all the other ones. And I tell other people ask me, I said, you know, what they'll tell you Manchester did as a vet tech. I told you tell tell you it's hard when you're going through it to wait and listen pay attention. But generally they do. My first Roddy she wanted to fight the cancer the second one now she's like, I'm. Yeah. Bushehr was done. I mean, we learned that the camping trip. I will never ever you were sitting to one side reading and had a chair launcher set up next few, and I think Walter within that, and I was across the patio from the RV in. So I was facing the RV and he came out and he took a few steps in then that stance, and all I could think it it looked like a horse with colic with a bad bellyache his head was down. And he was just frozen, and I just realized how much pain he was in. And I thought it was the ice rightous. But it didn't matter what it was. He was in so much pain. You say horsemen call. I remember thinking bowl at the end of a bullfight. Oh, yeah. Yes. Just had enough Ted down. Yeah. Yep. Yep. Yeah. Glad this company, and these people are doing this because it's a really hard topic. It's a very hard topic. And if you've been regular listener surprise, you know, we usually don't go too steep in this sad. But but it is something that most most dog owners going to face one out of four dogs. That's twenty five percent of them. And then by the time, they get older. It's yeah. All the other dogs. I had and the ones that passed away from cancer at six fifty percent of my dogs passed away from cancer. Here you go I've been lucky I I haven't knock on wood machine. Cisco were the first to otherwise it was old age one went into liver failure. But it wasn't cancer one was learned chill paralysis. But I've been lucky so. All right. Well, we're gonna let you go. But check out this company pets our kids to and their website.
"tabart" Discussed on Pardon My Take
"But then I rea- tact. And I thought I get him. But he got me in a guillotine. And I never been teach ice started kind of thrashing wildly trying to get out of it, which broke some of the seats on the plane mature a lot more expensive than I ever knew. They're very expensive. And then I tapped out. I couldn't he was like crushing on. He he was asked. Do you happens? I mean, kinda Gregor just tested if you if if he had my Asaf all the apparatus in my throat, he had so I'd tapped, and then we spend a lot of time surveying the damage. That's funny. That's the whole fight started. Just like a look in the eye that you saw from you saw aggression his, and I feel provoked me. And by looking at you. Dogs the dog yet. I underestimated how good he was getting. Yeah. Yeah. He does. Yes. So you you mentioned your cousins also with the buzz pitcher, and then also Albert Einstein. Well, I am related Tabart on stock. But it's not a blood relation of. Okay. I'll tell people that I'm related when I was younger. I used to say a lot more. Okay. But if you call my mom, which I'm happy to give your number recall. Of course, she can explain to the exact lineage has to do with my cousin Winky. My my cousin Winky. I have an aunt Winky. Wow. That's where where are you from have wing? Yeah. I have a cousin. Related where does she live Nantucket, nor nor Nantucket my cousin lives in Nantucket too. So no she lives in North Carolina. That's wild though. You'd have to go time. Time Winky to aunt Elkin to aunt birdie. An emperor ty- was married to Albert Einstein was great aunt Bernie was married Talbot. I'd signed married. His cousin Scott fucked up right now like he's supposed to be the smartest guy every. I think that just ties into the theory that you shouldn't judge geniuses. And we shouldn't hold them. We shouldn't hold people to our our standards airing your family come on. Stand back. Just look at any number. Does not just I'm I don't support. Definitely not I want to talk about buzz real quick. Because he's he's one of the best sports writers in American history. And he's also one of the greatest fashion nieces have you ever gone shopping with them? I'm scared to go shopping with buzz for many reasons one being like, I'm I'm a generous guy like south you, and I went shopping, I'm probably by parachute. And the shoes the buzz likes. I mean, I don't know what you're wearing. These are these are wolf and pepper. No there will. Okay, near Jordan social Jordan's. Okay. Great. So if if you bought thirty pairs of those twenty pairs of those, and multiply whatever the total was by ten that's not an equal one pair of shoes the buzzes in the market for fy. I'm saying, okay. You don't it's exp. He plays a dangerous game when he goes shopping. But you know, he's buzz buzz messenger is and has always been one of the most authentic honest. No bullshit human beings. And he's he's public with his. His search for an identity and a sexual identity, cultural identity of fashion identity. He was you know, raised at private fancy private schools on the east coast where I'm Brooks brothers. And that was never who he was. And now, he's you know, going through a an exploratory phase. It's he's written about it. He's still I think the best sports writer are certainly one of them in in the game. If he wants to wear. Me high Guccione boots with for Sacha jeans. And I don't know what kind of blouse power Thome everyone. Tell you what.
"tabart" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Walker before we look back at significant events people tied to this particular date in history, including but not limited to these eighteen thirteen Beethoven's symphony number seven in major opus ninety two I performed I remember it. Well, it was in the audience that night. President ABRAHAM LINCOLN issued his proclamation of amnesty and reconstruction for the south this day in eighteen sixty three. Trying to plan for what came after civil war. The American Federal federation of labor founded in Columbus. Ohio State nineteen Eighty-six damn Union's nineteen forty nine hundred forty one December eight th the United States entered World War Two fisheries, congress declared war against imperial Japan. A day after the attack on Pearl Harbor. A United Airlines Boeing seven thirty-seven crashed while attempting to land at Chicago, midway nineteen seventy-two killing forty three of the sixty one on board as well as two people on the ground this date in one thousand nine hundred the John Lennon was shot and killed walking back to his Dakota apartment building with Yoko Ono. By a deranged fan. Mark, David Chapman. Nine hundred eighty two in the state of man demanding an end to nuclear weapons held the Washington Monument hostage threatening to blow it up with explosives. He claimed were inside a van. It was shot dead by police. There are no explosives. Nineteen Ninety-one aids. Patient Kimberly burglars would contracted the disease from her dentist died in Fort Pierce, Florida at the age of twenty three. Nine hundred ninety eight struggling to stave off impeachment. President Bill Clinton's defenders forcefully pleaded his case before the House Judiciary committee. The supreme court ruled the police cannot search people in their cars after merely ticketing them for routine traffic violations. James Galway, seventy nine Jerry Butler. Great soul singer seventy nine years old today. Actor Jon Rubinstein seventy-two to Tabart of toots in the me home may tolls reggae band. Seventy today. Kim Basinger is sixty five feel Colin not Phil Collins, Phil collen was in the band..
"tabart" Discussed on 710 WOR
"There's a lot worse out there. I know foods gave up and he the Santa clauses phases. Like pick Bernie trust. Like how you doing down there? In the north. I'm a warrior rack. On first down. Here is a hand off for Michigan. True Evans running off tackle, right? Maybe picked up a yard of the eight Michigan with the football at their home. Seven yard line seven forty left. Twenty eight seven Michigan on top here in the third quarter point dot com steady. It'd be really nice right now, we did a turtle turnover here in this in this area. The few different I felt the boy has got the guts to do. Patterson handing it off this brand right into Mike Tabart off at the nine yard line. And that's another guy that has just developed so nicely this season Burdov leading the team with four sacks four and a half tackles for loss as well. Chris. Thank gotta get off the field air thirty two runs in a row right there for yard at thirty eight. He got off the field at their own nine yard line. Four receivers bunched right now Chris ash wants to call a time out time out. Rutgers their first goes four receiver stacked you were expecting that. They were gonna run some sort of a screen out there. Quick screen something like that with the blockers, Chris Deka blocks in the yard of the my right around six fifty one left third quarter twenty eight seven Michigan. You're listening to Rutgers football. Best tailgate. It's gotta be burgers an ice cold coke. Rian hoops and. No dodger dog. Got be MAC and cheese. Now. Contests on us. What you need a hot grill and ice.
"tabart" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"My next fast as part of the polar philosophical polar opposite of Donald Trump. I think but maybe not we'll find out as first film was the classic documentary. Roger may were so great plays. Welcome. My blue collar of panelists. Michael moore. I look what he did was Roger I wouldn't have liked it. But I I enjoyed it. Does one on me? Nightmare beginning September twenty first when you are film is out Fahrenheit eleven nine. So talk about that moment at tavern on the green in nineteen ninety eight well Roseanne sitcom was over. And you know, it was one of the most popular shows ever shown, very working class. Very good. Her whole thing back then. Was really solid good politically everything and there, but it just shows over an ABC decided to give her an afternoon show talk show. And so she called up and said what I come on the show she's gonna she the LA with the week in New York Tabart on the green in central park. And I said sure, and I get there. And and I didn't realize Trump was going to be the other guest, which I was very happy by. So so he wasn't. He didn't know I was going to be on the show two years earlier. We were both booked to be on the old politically incorrect on I think back then it was on comedy central before. It was on ABC Marcia. Yes. I show and. And when I got there and political incorrect, and he saw that. I was there. He split. He's like all of a sudden without a guest of fourth guests on the show. He would not appear in your with me. And he did not know I was going to be on Roseanne. And now he's he's really upset and you've done Roger and me already ten years after Roger me almost ten years. So he. Yes. And I've done TV nation at that time. I was in the process of starting the awful truth, which was the TV nation when we moved it to another network. So. He decides to leave again, and they asked him to please, wait. And they come to be and they say, oh my God. He's gonna leave because of you. We don't want you to leave. Can you just talk to him? Can you just calm him down or whatever? And I said, sure, sure. So I went over to him. And this is this part isn't in the movie, but I go over to shake his hand. It's all clammy. And I don't know why. He's all nervous about me. They said you were thinking of leaving would go up to on the show mix it up. This is an afternoon talk show Roseanne comedy. Just relax don't leave essentially kind of promise him not to go after his by that point is various real estate dealings the. But what he was how he's treating the workers the central park five. Discriminating against I think out of the thousands of apartments they end out in their so-called middle-class housing in the boroughs, seven Moran at the black families. And I like to call and get him not to leave. I sort of promise him. And then so he does he does the show, and as you and you'll see you when you see the movie, I'm I'm I'm Joe growling. But they'll go after. So you're the reason he's president. Well, I'm just saying I didn't realize later harshly until when he was running. I was watching his performance art, I thought. Wow. This guy is good. When he talks about the art of the deal. He was playing me. He was the Goshi aiding the moment, so he would be left alone by this documentary filmmaker goes after corporate CEOs, and and I thought man like this is how he's gotten this far if he was no good at this. If he was just a charlatan. He wouldn't have lasted this long in New York City. He really he really knew how to play and to play people. And and so what I look at that. Now, I just think, you know, even though I'm I'm twenty years younger there. And I know you wanna see ya. I couldn't tell. I just unlike all these years later, I'm thinking. Wow. You you never backed down. Mike, I'm saying to myself you back down mainly I I felt bad for Roseanne show wouldn't be ruined that day. Now here we are in two thousand eighteen I don't feel bad about Roseanne at all. She's totally gone off the cliff. You know, when I see the two of them together on the show. They're the enemy at that point. Now now in what do you call the opposite of hindsight present site future site wherever we're at now. We know what the score is Oscar winning filmmaker Michael Moore. He's out with a new one today Fahrenheit eleven nine. We'll be back with him in a minute. Ooh..
"tabart" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"Last, at least we're going to hear from director Tabart filler. Can you tell me how you got interested in filmmaking. Interested in photography through skateboarding, looking. Things. I realize that they're, you know, seeing the first grade the, you know, that was a job you could do be dollar for. So yeah, when I was around seventeen, I started taking lessons. And from they're not interested in films when I was growing up and people would skateboard there was almost always a videographer amongst them where you just primarily taking pictures, or did you move into like scape videos as well? I'm before the time was weren't that prevalent around the time. I never take a lot of pictures of skateboarding Biko. I grew up in Mexico City, you know, have a car. So I think my camera with me when I went skateboarding. They carried around so you know, got interested through it, but and there was another scapegoating thunder. Well, how did you move from photography intellectual filmmaking. About. I started thinking photo so you know different things and working in the darkroom. So from there are learning about, you know, how feel, you know we're sort of word that time, and then I, you know, I want to, you I know. started going to that connects people see and few seeing, you know. From all over the world. Just interested in that. And you know, when I go to high school and then he needed to be, but you know, I with interested in studying film about, that's what I do when we initially exposed to the music of public image LTd. Well, through friends, you know, you know, I suppose. But it was only around they see. So soon out there I heard, you know, one of the generic cries poem in those songs in Mexico seems. Was a sort of kind of Woodstock One is is aligned. in. The little with the new things like that on time. The first lady really go and they actually banned rock music. So they wear no, no. Be up, comes with everything the game on the ground, and there is Martha in Mexico. See the on Saturdays that they over a few blocks from the north of the city, and that is all records. And you know, all, you know. You know, probably music buddy. What initially was just people trading records because you couldn't. You couldn't worth. I found out. Place to explore inviting meals about a lot of booed lead. Their people was then making their own photo Cup, the gover-, and so they, you know, they're, you're indifferent. Tiger fee. You get into the Sematech. You become a very prolific cinematographer. You've been doing cinematography work and other works since the early two, thousands. And I'm curious how you get involved in doing a documentary about PAL twenty. He'll away. I tour of the US in twenty years. Bruce Smith drummer over the ban knew some of the rooms are feel and they kind of weekly decided the they wanted to do documentary and other. So they don't give it a little bit of tour, but the director that was part of, you know, it was heading crew kinda like the see eye to eye. We the band about what a documentary about should be. So they kind of the project on the shelf for a couple of years when they wanted to start it up. Then my friend I was dollar for that. The documents door recommended me director, so I, he. Thinking that we've we for. Ruling in just thinking that would be something. The film which agree with him. Was there any trepidation on your part as far as this being your first directing gig and also working with someone who's famously very difficult to work with? Yeah. What's kind of thing where you've seen weird. I wouldn't of myself like this thing for me to be, you know, doing feature feeling for the first time, but seems to me that we, you know, at least a chance. So I have they drive ERI hard. So I try very hard to get the job. I worth a lot on the proposal, and I think I think having Dobie believe in me helped me believing as well. How easy or difficult was it to work with the people outside of the people who are currently in pill? How difficult or easy was it to get in touch with and connect with the former members of the band? Who at this point number in the what?.
"tabart" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio
"Were literally smashed by a hammer no actually there's an element of truth to this for you see the russians did have compromising information on hillary clinton it's called uranium one amazing so here's the russians are making deals with hillary clinton uranium one actual dirt on hillary clinton somehow get spun into the russians have hillary clinton's deleted emails which is only a story because hillary clinton broke the law to begin with and so now to bring it home former us navy kristian saucier is suing obama and komi i selectively prosecuting him in the case of mishandling classified information where he was charged hillary clinton guilty of the same thing gets no jail time gets nothing gets an extra special back brace so that a spineless fraud and thief like hillary clinton can still walk around and give speeches so mueller's team tabart with witnesses hillary clinton colluded with the russians and it's all blowing up in their face over here in the making produced by one of the top firms in the country that if you want studies and documentation next week for hours on.
"tabart" Discussed on Super Station 101
"You could get the state to do anything you wanted it to do why and scott you and i both will member or well we'll 2000 chair republican party that we vote supported uh said they were going to clean up this mess and now some several years later after being caught doing the same thing as democrats are worst they're trying to you know uh fix it so they can make more money is by tabart said those ethics laws what were we thinking hey i got a question for you bill a talking about this bill this 317 is there any way in your mind did you can you could if i said all right bill i'm will pay you to go out and defend this legislation is it defensible in any way uh you know i talked to one of the lawmakers i truly have respect for lech i do not have any longer and and he was given the fixed the pension really easy uh uh he were given the fact colleagues making male with the it uh but uh and he said well it's just very popular it's very popular a lotta while the people want this i'm what popular this isn't high slow i think it's gone kings right right right right are popular oh government accountable i will you remember bill one of the ways be popular in high school with be easy yeah like i don't know if i can go there sails like the legislature's about figured that out idbi popular again i'll love me i guess so i guess what happens behind the bleachers stays bond oh my god it is it is amazing a is really sad thing in you you reference back to twenty tea and the people that as state gave republicans the opportunity to straighten all this stuff out and and i have said on this show and you have agreed in the past it the ethics laws in the states in the state need to be clarified there're thing that just make no sense it you know you don't want to send people to prison for just some stupid accident you wanna send him to arisen for when there they're purposefully anybody can tale there they're flouting the law they're using it to their advantage.
"tabart" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And infused that red colour onto the door a malaysia and i needed something like that i needed ryan's direction that ryan kugler yeah ryan kugler our director you know i needed him to say the women in the door malaysia don't need to be you know scantily clad visually soldier there's th these soldiers the soldiers need to have protection they need to have arm rings a neck rings that are not only paying almajd to ancient tribes but is also really practical as far as protection as a fighter um i want the women and to have this splittoed booed and be and flat boots not have on hills like we see a lot of superheroes out you know we don't have to do that we can do something thing different we can be we can be unique and we can actually be more realistic and it will still be appealing you are you mention the dora malaysia the soldiers one of whom is plagued by loopier ongo so not about her cost him from like top to bottom and the various inspirations for each bit of it loop luke does dora costume was the conception of rhyme might jinxed team at marvel so what i have interpreted from their initial concept was the doral malaysia where a battle harness so the hina is i connected by the lather strapping that you see going around her shoulders and being down her frein that's connected to a tabart in the front and also connects to a skirt in the back so because there is this long vertical tabart down the sooner front i felt like if you're going to have a a placard in the front of your body it needs to have some kind of meaning it needs to have some type of purpose so i use.
"tabart" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Of work cancer we turn to a gabr economist who's made this kind of question his life's work giovanni perry of the university of california dave this high higher heinecke nice to talk to you today paraded study for us during the area around albertville and counties alabama had similar job markets but did not get a lot of immigrants and it looked at the americans most likely to lose their jobs to those immigrants the ones competing against them for this poultry jobs these people who did not finish high school where more them out of a job was their unemployment rate higher around albertville not so we don't find a here a significant difference it in the unemployment rate between albertville and the comparison counties so even though a flood of immigrants came in nativeborn workers were still finding jobs in equal numbers yes because the economy was becoming bigger and dis say immigrant to coming gain impart where consumer and so they create a demand the also for other job in other words so many people move tabart ville member is over six thousand people who moved in and had to rent places to live by groceries gas and other stuff in this little town and the labor feud the expansion of the poultry plants and all the businesses associated with poultry driven of fewer american workers were in the plants themselves it created tons of work around town and the number show the americans found work elsewhere what's interesting is it all of that was invisible to the local workers in the plants they didn't see the economy a whole town into the jobs being created everywhere is how it was right in front of them in the plant which was immigrants getting higher they are they weren't wrong about that by the early 2000s just ten years after latino workers first arrived in the plants the.
"tabart" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"This this is talk radio 560 ksfo san francisco oakland san jose cumulus station her joe verse suspects apprehended i'm barbara kusak a us navy ended search and rescue operations for the three sailors who remain missing after their plane crash near okinawa this week after eight others were plucked from the waters rear admiral more dolton released a statement saying their thoughts and prayers are with their law shiv mazen their families and they are grateful for the dedication by all who participate in the search efforts although the cause of the crash is still under investigation is been a difficult year for the navy in the western north pacific after a spate of incidents mostly involving this seventh fleet i'm sierra crawford suspects are in custody in texas and michigan following the killing of a state trooper and a sheriff deputy tabart black was apprehended in connection with the killing of a state trooper in texas during a traffic stop outside of detroit authorities say oakland county deputy eric overall was run down by a man fleeing police president trump spend part of his thanksgiving day delivering messages via video to members of each service brand station overseas trump and the first lady also brought launched two coastguard men and women onduty in ribbeiro beach florida near mara lago de address the staff was words of praise for the guards response to hurricanes in texas louisiana florida in puerto rico if you're looking at it as a row brand that went up more than the coast guard what happened in texas in particular texas has been incredibly you save sixteen thousand lives nobody knows mr trump told the coastguards men and women that they can expect new updated equipment after years of what he said were cutbacks bob costantini washington the holiday shopping season got off to a brisk start across the us ahead of black friday shoppers shelled out more than one point fifty two billion dollars online by thanksgiving evening consumer spending rose sixteen point eight percent yearoveryear as a five pm eastern time according to a.
"tabart" Discussed on WDRC
"The business boutique movement which includes a number one best selling book this was boutique equipping woman to make money doing what they love about three thousand person of a huge event coming up in just a few weeks here in nashville november the second through the fourth for ladies that are warning to start and or or are already operating their businesses and of course in addition to that the business boutique academy which is the online our way to get ongoing helps support training and everything else welcome back thanks for having glad to be here good to have you good to have you so november second through the fourth you've always had this passion oil always for many years anyway for equipping women to start and grow their own businesses and now we're about to have three thousand ladies reiner in nashville versus three day event what is it that when you do this i know our team is all around this and and we've talked about this but but one christy right wake up in the morning and she says i'm going to be talking to three thousand women and you picture some of those face was in your mind orders at you hope they leave with while for me it's really seeing the individual stories yes it's a rim of three thousand but it's each individual woman and her story in her hopes and dreams and the potential that she has inherently talk about this so much dave it's not just about making money for them and of course making money is a piece of it we're going to teach them how to do that but for them there's an identity shift that happens in that room where they walk in and they're feeling like i'm not businessminded i don't even have my idea or it's just this little as he shot i met a woman yesterday said i i just have as little as a judge tabart word urged now you have a business and and what you're watching transform over the course of these three days and.
"tabart" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW
"That he bore i thought i thought her go on to a day of our and rail about how barack obama wasn't really board here and i'm deborah tabart you hear the good at i didn't see a gun through ahead but oh they'll give her the benefit of the doubt doom that you will up push it to that go word yep i don't i don't like to go after the president family but um they do kind of make it easy and i'd rather be got you about how the president give juggle juggling are now the threat with yes let's let's let's uh let's talk about one dough tarred shall we this is a aren't honestly though john you're right it is really terrifying that that he literally may be provoking this lunatic to to drop a hydrogen bomb over the pacific ocean i mean it's i this is like textbook 101 for how not to conduct foreign policy right oh what by by having a little bit flap right absolutely donald trump your kim jong un what no other world leader could give him and that up here deputy year odd level we now have another empty rhetoric little info heart throwing petrol in childish nepotistic race authoritarian controlled by his aide record barrack thing air we go and as a as a bro now and we all get your hope that they're just boulevard moderate they're really be controlled by all of only donald trump program would make this personal john is what they're saying that that would be he goes to the un and threatens to totally destroy north korea which is a a warcrime twentyfive million people there and then a how many people in south korea would be killed i mean it it it's i it really is great in writing about how the suffering of north korea and they give juggling starve them in limited like viewed your jet written to do the same thing if we had even a conventional conventional military strike on north korea not even talking about new conventional military strike you've got thirty million dead people in dole within the hour not your state of the people in japan that.
"tabart" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"Tabart has five would new england if drew brees was the quarterback from day one new england humming does he asked three do not as many as is tom if aaron rodgers there was here ten you may with turkey told me with you your leg that's all is in your world joe seena might agree with me uh joe center edison espn nfl insider horror all that stuff not just a quickly i'll just ask you the same question myself is asked me first thanks for joining us muscles ask if we guy said it up right okay used ended up through breeze dosing and a high first of all thai under a welcome new arrived well in waiting we had a transitional conversation drew brees has drew brees more career passing yards in touchdowns in tom brady so of drew brees were to quarterback of the patriots from day one like tom brady does he have five rings or more or less while who very good question you obviously both have the ability here are commander hole we have purwadi yard are we think of even a little bit warp over pay that com harm or or i would say i pray there we have the opportunity he'd have have often many but congress has that extra you know like blessing and wipe out on our that just get them over who knows that you have more the drew two something rally dte more or something i don't know but i'll i'll be tumbled as will not letting him out all these liver that extra benefit kwara whenever that i either it though in fact something about whatever going on in his life get your over the top two berth.