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You Are Not Forgotten -S2-DE6
"Hey this is the longest lady we are. She talk spreading hoped everywhere. Talks the podcast where it is our goals inspire hope and you have just tuned in to lay these weekly devotional. The episode and I am certain it is not by chance since the rat. Just make it In today's food for Labor for you this coming out of psalm thirty four I seventeen through nineteen with the devotional entitled you are not forgotten is the meal. You've been waiting. Eighty four the Lord. Here's his people when they call him for help he rescues them from all troubles. The Lord is close to the broken. Oh can hardly he rescues those whose spirits are crushed. The righteous person faces many troubles. But the Lord comes to the rescue each time Thirty four seventeen through nineteen beloved. You found yourself crying out to God and wondering when will the answer I answer you are not alone. Many of us go through rough seasons and want God to speak show up and fixing asap. AP I know it may seem like God has forgotten about you. And isn't there. I've been sent to tell you the guy instead no matter what you are battling through the Lord is with you you are not alone. God Is Jehovah Shammah Alma The Lord. Who is there and you are not forgotten? You are like a city on a hill with all is traffic. Jams cams cracked buildings and streets with potholes. You're in need of repair and we all know that repairs aren't cheap. They they come at a cost but the good news is that God is the best repairman and cheese our pay the cost. Jesus enough Jesus Jesus is to God that cares about your every concern. He's eager to build you back up again. He's restore of all things. He's that provider provider. He's that healer of the brokenhearted. Even in your silent cries God the first responder that comes to your rescue. Every time he knows that you're in need of him and he ears your every cry for help. You are not forgotten even the Lord is all that you need. 'em Week theme. Beloved you are the Temple of God and God is in in your space. There is no problem that he cannot solve. There is no broken Est.. The he cannot and there's no situation that he's not in and you are not forgotten rest assured that God has heard you this thing. Put away the tears words and start rejoicing because your answer is on the way weeping may endure for a night. Join comes in the morning In the name of Jesus is more in town have faith in God. Jesus is Lord If if you wearing purse in any way ahead and subscribe so the to be alert upload we hope still content for more lady these up. Listen Devotional Goto spreading hope everywhere talks dot com forward slash devotion. While you are there if you like. Our content tape fails tabatha coffee. We would appreciate your support file and like us on social sign up for my list of tune. Kim Must Read Books Positive Outlook Spiritual Enlightenment and throwing him merge with positive messaging go on over to our online store. Join US next time. She talks spreading poll everywhere. Talk where we are letting airlines shines through hope and love the US.
Thursday 6/25/20 - Foul Ball Guy Part II
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Is that why you're giving away as well because he's got nowhere to store them like popping out of cabinets. Do you find when the oven? Where are these things? I do live in New York. City and space is always an issue here I still have not given away. Thousands of baseball's I still own. Thousands of baseball's had a lot of them in storage I. Keep the Best Ones Talk. Decide at home. You know the the game home runs and some of the commemorative. But you know my dad way back in the day was a ballboy for minor. League team so my dad was fifty one when I was born, he was born in Nineteen, twenty six right, and in nineteen, thirty nine. When he was thirteen, he was his ballboy and side. Note, Warren. Spahn, if you're hall of Famer, actually pitched on that low level Minor League team that my dad worked for. My Dad said that they used to give them all the old baseball, and that he had dozens probably hundreds of balls, and when I was little, I was like we'll great. Where are they? Let's see him. Let's play. Play with them. I don't know and he was like well. I didn't Save Them. I didn't know I was going to have a baseball obsessed kids someday who make me feel bad about this, so I have vowed to keep a large number of baseballs in the hope that I have kids someday, but with my luck I'll probably have kids and they'll hate baseball, but I'm not ready to give them all away yet. But at some point, it's very possible that I will not as that speed up the process here all like. Are you like I WANNA? Have Kids just so. I could give them these balls. no I've always taken my time Know I I'd love to have kids, but I gotta find someone that I wanNa have kids with that want to have kids with me and the baseball thing has a life of its own and I feel like those two worlds can coexist. You know a lot of people. Lose track of their hobbies and their passions when they get married and have kids, and they have obligations at home, and I get that, but I also know. People who make it work and you know, one of the parents might take the kids to the game and the other parent rather than feeling abandoned at home relishes having free time to do whatever they want, so you know I would definitely love to be in that kind of relationship where I can still have independence to go do my thing. Maybe the kids come with me. Maybe they don't. So you know I, don't want baseball to rule my life, as it is kind of already is like that for me during the season and the winters when I really get to relax and have a full well, rounded existence, so finding that life and baseball balance is a struggle and no doubt it will get harder someday if flash when I had the family. No, that's true I think about a another advantage would be store a bunch of balls in the stroller. Oh my God maybe gets US baseball for the wheels of the stroller. My not exactly the way more balls. If you have a stroller there, that's. Build a crib out of baseball. Why? Exactly like Little Cup holder he can put the bottles in. You know what I mean. You just cut the cut the middle out. Definitely it's. It's not a choking hazard. A baseball's too big. For me to fit in my mouth, I can't imagine a baby would choke on a baseball, so yeah, that's totally safe. I'm going to build a crib out of baseball's from day. You heard it here I love that I love that breaking news on the dog. Walk here with all Bald Guy. Do you ever? Do you ever just gone fan like? Do you ever just sit there and just kill you to watch? Not? Oh, there's i. see that Foul Ball right there I know. When did it is special about two years ago I saw you kind of issue in and when you when you went to the game with big cat. That happens right. Yeah, it was. That was that was a real trip being with big cat at that game. and I've been trying to wrangle him into. Go to another ever since some. But do I ever. Go to a game and sit there well I mean I'm sitting there with my glove hoping no hit a baseball to me if if that's what you mean, but no I'm never just like in the upper deck far beyond foul ball ranch, no glove. I if there's zero chance for me to get baseball, I wouldn't even go to the game. And what really kills me is when I'm home and watching Games on TV, and then someone hits a home. Run right to my spot like I have a season ticket Yankee stadium. It's a full season plan eighty one games but I don't go to all of those games, and sometimes if it's rainy or a friend asked me to do something or I'm tired I'm busy whatever maybe I. Just don't feel like going to A. A game that day. Imagine that, so it's like I'll still be home. Have the game on and man. When they hit a home, run right to I would have been. It drives me nuts. I can't even watch. homerun highlights anymore on sportscenter MLB network because I've been to every Major League stadium and pretty much every time ball goes into the crowd. It's like Oh, well when I was in Kansas City, they didn't hit one there for the entire three game series, and they just hit three of them and this one. I seriously drive myself. Not seuss's like a sickness and I probably need professional help. For better worse best just how it is. Wow, yeah, I get it gets you know I get I. Get a man. Would would you say is the you know the toughest place to get a foul ball on? Which is the easiest? Well I don't necessarily think in terms of just foul ball, they might just think about all baseball's if I can modify your question somewhat. I find. San Francisco to be very difficult, although it's getting a bit easier 'cause they're massive streak of selling out games on the end of the few years ago, now there's finally some room to maneuver, but there is an insane culture of ball hawking there. It's like some places you'll get made fun of. For being grow with a glove. And it's like. Oh, it's for kids. Whatever in San Francisco every dude? Brings a glove. And they stand on the bleacher benches and the Outfield, and they scamper all over the place and I mean there are dozens if not. Of Men. Just going nuts for baseball's and batting practice saw that whole culture came about their because of Barry Bonds. When seemingly every home run, he hit for a while with setting a new record. was fired people up so that places tough for the competitive aspect, but then there are places like Busch Stadium in St. Louis I. Think are just really hard. architecturally because of how everything is laid out, it's very segmented. The bullpens there are right in the power alleys. Swallow up lots of home runs that you just can't get to. So it. It depends on crowd size. How competitive people are how early stadium opens? HOW STRICT SECURITY IS! There's lots of factors sitting field has sometimes been one of the easiest places, and there are other seasons when it's been so hard, so you just can't even tell from one year to the next. Interesting we gotta get you out there in a Kayak mccovey cove. You know that would be actually. Yeah I actually did that a couple years ago I went out there in a kayaks for batting practice. They're playing the rockies Carlos. Gonzales was on the team then and I was sure he was gonna hit a dozen balls into the water. Not a single ball came out and yet the video is still so cool because I had the GOPRO mounted on Kayak and I was paddling underneath the peers and just the. The whole experience of being in the water and seeing the stadium from a different perspective was awesome, and then I went inside the ballpark after BP I did get a toss up from someone and enjoy the game from the inside, but definitely do snag the water someday come, which was a kayak rental. You didn't feel like you wasted money like you were okay with just kind of going getting goose little bit. Hey listen when you're foul ball guy, it's free. I'm friends with one of the regulars out there. mccovey cove Dave gotta give him a shout-out. He's great at what he does, and he had been telling me for a while. Whenever you're ready I, got an extra Kayak for us to let me know and yeah. I, mean he hold it out there? I just basically had to be him and set up all the camera gear with my videography at the time, and we did it, so it was very easy logistically on my end, and like I, said free. The perks are good for foul ball now. What is the Best Perk you've received? I mean I. Got Laid as a result of all of this council. Yeah, what happened? He traded a ball yet. Let me. Get you this I mean since. Here, we gotta talk about this. At some point right, you know it. That's what I'm talking about. All I know how much I could go here. How much I couldn't I'm happy. You went there and not sure what happened. You call a nice steamer. to the left field seats in citizens bank ballpark in Philadelphia what happened. It's actually a story that took years to play out when my first book came out. In. One thousand, nine, hundred nine, I was in college, got you know a decent amount of publicity, but I had very steady long-term girlfriend at the time, and it was a monogamous relationship, so I was approached by a lady in the stands at Shea Stadium who asked me to sign her glove. and. Done Mark. Maguire define the glove and she wanted me to sign it. Like right underneath him and I remember. Back then like Oh my God. This is so cool. I'm finding something that a major league player his side, so I always remembered that years later. When I was single, she saw me at Shea Stadium and was like Oh. Hey, remember me. I'm the one like I. Ask you to sign my glove and I was like yeah. How could I ever forget? And so? We just started chatting and found out. We lived on the same street in new. York City. And started hanging out and things went from there, and so in a very roundabout way. All this catching baseball stuff led to some good times with that one young lady, right? Let's take a quick break of us. Talk about our friends at J.P Grazziano so listen. They're close today. They closed on the shop because Jim had to go to the barstool classic because he's having a great day. Guy Likes to golf a you know. He's a good dude. He deserves some support here because you. You know he supports us. So why don't you support them? Go to Daveramsey. 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Let's hop back into the show while I think this is a ROM, com here, Foul Ball Guy Through we get Josh Hartnett, he could play you and he comparisons to the won't lady. We could have her play in the movie. You like Josh, heart wealthy you. People say I look like Murph from impractical jokers, so I kind of want him to pull me I. We'll go although I. Think hard nuts all. Have more hair at the time. We can. We can go with heart next. Sure why not I mean! If Denzel Washington is available, he can play me as well. I like that, too. Ours was play her I mean I'm. So hip hop culture, and after Susan all that, but I mean she was very athletic. She actually played. baseball Mike, a women's Hardball League. It was very impressive. She went to mets. Fantasy Camp I think she actually liked baseball more than I did. Believe it or not, so I. Don't know who is just a very choose a trainer. She was super fit so i. don't know who's like a very fit. Actress that could? Play Baseball and swing a bat and not look awkward doing it well. You don't WanNa. Let us go through Barrymore's. He's done baseball movies before I'm sure she's. To Bury Markelle. We learned. Hartnett very more. Now. You're famous quote from a from a from a video that went viral way way back. When was waiting? Serbo Sir about getting getting out load. Have you gotten injured? Much? And do you hate when people use the elbows way way I see it. If you do anything in the stands, but a major league game that an NBA wreck would call a foul. Then it's a no go can't do it. You gotTA leave that aggression behind and I've always felt that it's the people who've never caught a baseball that you really have to look out for because for them. It truly is a once in a lifetime opportunity. And they'll do whatever it takes to get that ball. Including steamrolling people, which just makes me cringe so hard. For me, yeah, I'm crazy and obsessed and I have a sickness all this stuff I'll admit, but I always know that. There's another baseball in my future not too far away so. I take extra care not to injure anyone if anybody gets hurt. Unfortunately, it's GonNa. Be Me. Yeah well, that makes say I'm sure you've were worn a lot of beer as well. Yes I have had some beer spilled on me just into the frenzy in the scramble for Baseball's Yeah, that's part of it. So. It. It's fun when it's a competition and and everybody involved knows that it's the competition, but it's like a good friendly intense competition when someone is behaving way too aggressively or maliciously. I will yell at people and call them out for it. Allow have been like a fistfight, Mono Mono, and for the you know. The three hundred and I've had I want. Someone intentionally shoved me really hard. we were racing for baseball. That was in the front row of the second deck in I WANNA say. I think it was Cleveland. And we took opposite route, so he was coming from like running along the front row, and I was cutting down a staircase from above, and barely beat him and cut him off, so I was ahead of him running for this baseball that was just like sitting there in the front row, waiting to be claimed, and the dude just showed me. It's hard as he could. From behind while I was running. I could've gotten seriously hurt. And I screamed at him. I also wants got assaulted at Yankee Stadium back in Twenty fifteen. That was a really ugly incident so. There are crazies out there, and I'm definitely crazy, but not in a way that's going to injure anybody else definitely. And what do you think about? Those frauds were those huge mitts. All those massive three-foot admits cheating. It's not cheating. They can do whatever they want. Because gloves like that, make it harder to catch. Baseball's I. Will Run circles around those guys in my sleep, so I say. Bring all the stupid devices that you can come up with. Nothing's going to beat my infielders. Wilson a two thousand glove any day. I laws that I love that that is a competitive spirit that we we. We love here Barstool sports now. Of course I gotta ask you. You had some some beef with Marlins. Man Back in the day or is there anything going on with that or you guys? Call now where you guys at. We're cool with it now. You know I I don't want to rehash old feuds. I would always. Rather make peace and make war but we. We had a disagreement back in the day and because unfortunate, because we had crossed paths a number of times prior to that, and it was always very cordial. And Yeah he kind of gave me the cold shoulder for a few years, but I caught up with him and. You know I apologize to him, which may not even have been necessary, but I I like to make peace you know and it's. I just wanted to kind of clear the air. It'd be like look I know. There was some stuff that happened I'm sorry. Can we move on past this? And ultimately we did, and we got a photo and I put it on social media and Blah, Blah. Blah and everybody's like. Yeah, they're buddies again. So. You know we're not I wouldn't say we're buddies, but I hope that we're at least troll and we can have mutual respect from afar. That's Kinda. How I see it He might tell a different story, but again it's in the past. All's forgiven all good. I know that he's taken a lot of crap from people for doing what he does and I actually had always defended him. people say oh. He's an attention whore, and this and that and he spends all his money, and it's like well. It's his money. He can do whatever he wants. And what's wrong with attention? He's not harming anybody so I was on his side. I was key marlins man for awhile and. Hope that anybody would give me the same kind of respect like I'm not hurting anybody. What I do is definitely eccentric and over the top. But you know you don't have to like it, but you know, don't crap on it too much. To be my request for anybody out there. Needless to say you know. Fog I have ever is beef in the future Barstool does on boxing promotion. If you guys ever WanNa put the gloves on. Can interesting offer I mean to. The only beef I have is when I shared that big ice cream helmet with big cat I. Think eight more than half of it so. I need to get even with him for that. Yeah, that's true. That's true and then we'll undo. Hear Fob all guy Do you see yourself slow down? Probably not anytime soon just because. My Youtube Channel is the driving force in my life creatively and professionally, and that is a time living, and just with the sponsorships and having to pump out a certain number of videos at different stadiums. And everybody who wants to join me games. it's it's hard to walk away from it when it seems like it's at its peak, even still gaining momentum so eventually. Sure. I don't see myself going to one hundred games every year, but I think I'm still gonNA, be out there quite a lot. When I can you know when there's not a global pandemic? There's not a labeled a labor dispute. You can pretty much count on me being out there, doing my thing, definitely well fog I listen. You're the goat at one thing in this world and nobody can ever take that away from you. That's great. Thank you so much for joining the program anything you gotTA get out there. And what's your channels here? Working People Folly. As long as people know how to spell my name, I am super easy to find so it's Z. a. c. k. and the last name. Is H. M.? P. L. E. IT in on Youtube Twitter Instagram Tick Tock You know there's just lots of stuff that's been done on me some short docs on Youtube as well. It's not even just all my stuff, so yeah, check it out. See what all about I love bringing people along for the ride and showing all these random baseball ventures, so thank you for all your support. I have so much love for Barstool. You guys have been great to me over the years, and probably the some of the most enthusiastic fans I've ever encountered. At Various Games are stools. Recognize me from all the various stuff that you guys have done so much love to everyone and I love it when people say hey to me and I just hope to keep that momentum going. Yeah, we just quirky people you know and you. You stand out and I mean that's a Barcelo is about characters, and like I said you're the Goldman, so it's It's great. It's about fun, story, line and I. It was a pleasure to have yon. Really great talking to you, thanks again all right. Thank you art, everybody. That's it for today. We will cut you next time.
Turned off water for work but no where to use bathroom
"Okay management at the apartment went way too low on this one though I told you yesterday when. I'm okay. As everybody know I'm planning to escape my late wife anniversary by going to Florida on on the. Twenty seven and I had to stay at a Kansas City on the twenty six before the flight then they morning. Okay. And hopefully by then we'll get the rest of our boost unemployment that the president signed an executive order or whatever. Whatever later. And whenever Congress gets but the deal. Now. I had to use the Tabatha. Okay. The water is turned off. So I had to go to the room where the bathroom where I assume is that they say. Is closed off I want to go to about going to the B. Side. because. Okay I figure everybody on the be either got letters. So figuring that. They might be sharing their side all to flow. I say, okay, I'm going to decide. nope. I went down there. I. Haven't got a chance to walk outside because of our cooler. Warmer. Usually because of the sun and there's no treat here. And so I went to walk to the decided the thing that that it's GonNa be opening the ability there. nope. That's lot to. That lounge area it's too. So not only to see laundry area is where I normally would go for Tornado emergency that locked. The area of where I to do laundry. Community? No, they're A. Everywhere in the whole. Complex does in that area and see what's going to be lot. I didn't even think about going be but I have to use bathroom and now. I had no I. had no choice but but the the toy and wait until they finish work. And they want me to pay rent. What. What? What? That is pure nothing but evil. Pure. Nothing evil. And then they only gave one they know more. I. An before I would have paid the tour hotel. I would've I would've emergency hotel for today if I were to no mino- the only gave me one. Day Not one day one day that day. Nine of that because I usually wait at their the fort poor melt that I wanna get you tonight because of stupid math mandate. And I don't want to be caught by SNITCH. Okay. But then again, I'm going to pay defined annual cat Allen Bay. I am not GonNa pay if I get caught? Don't own, ass. So. They closed the laundry bathroom. So that, we can't you while they're working. Evil event. How evil it? That had no time we had no time to prepare hotel arrangement or whatever they for at least a night. So we. Will come back right back the next day knowing that the world beyond the four o'clock because they already turned it all. I had no way to use bathroom. No way to use the bathroom.
MBA1257 Managing Disagreements in Your Team + Free Ride Friday!
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You'll learn how to manage disagreements in your team. Maybe we'll get worried or even frustrated when they have team meetings and discussions and there's disagreement amongst teammates. I say disagreements are great for your team. If it's managed properly if everybody saw everything Ida, I there would be no innovation in your business. When people disagree when people go back and forth with ideas. That's when we actually move the needle, that's one bright ideas get born, but your job is a leader to make sure that these disagreements are managed properly, so the respectful and the. Productive. They don't go on forever. And at some point a decision needs to be made and the whole team needs to be on board. We get into how to implement all of that into these lesson. So let's get into it. Let's down to business. Today's episode of one hundred dollars a show is supported by WP engine, the best WordPress website solution. How do we know because the hundred ambi- runs undeb UP engine? We love the reliability their speed their security, and they're unbelievable customer support real texts. That know what they're talking about. We've teamed up with WBZ engine to get you an amazing discount go to the special link one zero zero MBA dot net slash W P engine and start your business website with this coupon code W P E twenty off again, get your business website up and running the WBZ engine. Go to one zero zero MBA dot net slash W P engine coupon code WP twenty off. Disagreements in a meeting can often sound like fighting, but you could disagree without being in a battle. In fact, I believe disagreements are very healthy, having differences of opinion in your business means that you didn't hire a stock standard person you hired different types of people with different perspectives from different backgrounds, and that's great. That means you're going to have an informed team. A team that's going to give you a global perspective. We often have team meetings with our software company with our ninja. And a lot of times there are disagreements, but it's all out of love. It's all out of really caring about the product and caring about our users. It's about passion. Is that people saying, hey, I really believe in this. And I really care, and I wanna see my idea be communicated and be heard, and that's really what you need to understand is the leader accompanied. That's what everybody's kind of trying to say. And sometimes you're going to have to say it for them often when we have a big discussion, and maybe some disagreement in that discussion. At the end of the meeting. I will say, hey, we had some disagreements city, and that's a good thing. That means that people care people are passionate. It's all coming from a good place. I also always say as long as we're respectful with each other. When we disagree and allow everybody to voice their opinion in the time allotted, then we're all good to go. We're all good be also need to communicate that, hey, at the end of the day the result of the disagreement at the end of the day, you need to make a decision, and whatever that decision is which way we're going to go. There's no winners or losers were all going to back that decision and go forward and try our best. Even if it wasn't our decision, or our opinion and often me the leader of the company. The owner of the company has to take that position and say, hey, this is not my choice. This is what the team believes that. We should do. I'm going to let them go with that. Because hey, they have more experience in that. It's not my choice. But I'm gonna back it. I'm gonna do the things I need to do to support it and everybody else is. On the same page when it comes to disagreements you really need to make sure that a few things happened number one people have a chance the voice their Pinon. Now when I say that those are going to be more vocal people on your team than others. So you're going to have to allow the people that are not vocal to have an opportunity. They're not gonna force themselves into the conversation. You're going to have to give them a prompt going to say, hey, what do you think about this? Jane, what do you think about this Hector? They're going to be quiet in that meeting. So you gotta make sure that their opinion is hurt. So they don't feel like they're being rolled over. You can't expect everybody to pipe up. You're going to have a few people in your team that are more than happy to pipe up and voice their opinion. But there are going to be plenty of people that are not. So you're going to have to allow the time for other people to actually voice their opinion about something. They might say, hey, I'm cool with whatever that's fine. You can move on with the next person. Obviously, they say I'm cool with that ever every single time. You have a meeting. You gotta make sure you pull that out of them say, hey, you can't you can't say they wanna really know your opinion. Now, you're gonna have dominant. Characters in your team. And you gotta make sure those dominant characters don't by mistake. Dominy the conversation your job as a lead or the person that's leading that meeting is to make sure it's a fair argument. It's a fair discussion. And at the end of the day somebody needs to responsible of a decision. So for example, I had a meeting just last night with our development team, and we were discussing a new taken to our cancellation process and our designer a US designer arena was presenting her designs, and we were commenting, and we were actually giving some feedback and we had some disagreements on some points. But at the end of the meeting, I said, hey, these are the things that are important to me. These are things that are important to this person on the team. It's your decision arena the way you take that feedback. And the way you present the new version of the design at the end of the day, we're gonna roll with her decision, and she's going to consider everything that we've said she may not follow every piece of advice every piece of suggestion and that. It's totally fine because it's her decision to make sometimes it's going to be my decision to make or the teen leaders decision to make. But you as the leader have to sign who is the person that's gonna make the final decision, and you have to stay. Hey, whatever this person decides we're gonna roll with because this is their area of responsibility. And we wanna make sure they have ownership over it. Now, the reason we do this is because you wanna make sure everybody has an opportunity to make a decision to be responsible of a decision one because you may feel a little bit disempowered of every time you just have to follow orders, and you don't get to make your own decisions that anytime so as nice from time to time to be have that power to have that a Tommy. But also the flip side if forces people that are sitting on the sidelines to be a participant and take ownership and say, okay, I have to make a decision I have to pay attention to this discussion. I have to weigh out my options and make a decision even when it's difficult for me. I mean you've hired people on our team to be responsible. And that's what you need to expect from them now on. I share a few things that have worked for me that diffuses some maybe high tensions in a meeting when there's disagreement sometimes he will get really riled up about the way, they feel about something, and it can get a little hostile not super crazy but a little bit outside the comfort zone, and I like to break it up with just a simple smile on the call like if I'm on a video call or in person meeting smiling can ease up a little bit because they okay, this is not that series. I should calm down. The person gets the message. I liked also break it up with humor. And that's kind of my job as leaders to kinda calmed things down when things get kind of heated, and I could do something simple. Something silly. Like, just maybe say something in a silly way. Like, I believe we should do this an Ella? Sing something out. You know? And I know that sounds really corny and cheesy. But it breaks the tension in the moment. And if you get a couple of on a couple giggles, that's great. And then you can resend era guys. Let's just reset for a second. I know that everybody has an opin. And feel strongly about this. And it reminds people to say, hey, we're all on the same team here all trying to do the same thing. But we're all looking at different ways to do it. I also like to send some messages, you know, whether it's using basecamp are project management software or with slack or just to send out an Email to your team after meetings? They have a great discussion Igami pump. Thank you so much for your, you know, feedback even if it was a little bit heated it shows that you are happy with the fact that the participating if it got a little bit too heated. You could make a little joke as a, hey next time timeless try to do this without boxing gloves on and just say, let's hug it out guys. And it is totally fine. And people just realize, hey, this person knows what's going on has their finger on the pulse, and is making an effort to, you know, make sure that the team feels heard included and also comfortable disagreements are going to happen. If you have a new hire this person is probably not going to speak up that often. But as your teams are grow together and. And get more comfortable after the first year or so they're going to start disagreeing or voicing their opinion. You get a different group of people. It's going to happen. And that's totally fine. It's human nature, and it's good for business. You just have to be able to regulate it manage it and smooth things over when it gets a little bit to heat it. I do want to say that obviously, obviously, obviously we all have to be respectful with each other. You know, foul language towards each other. You know, in terms of like, cursing, somebody out, of course, we should cut off each other when we speak, and if we do we apologize. We don't shut down people's ideas. Everything needs to be respectful, and I even say it has to be nice to you have to be nice to somebody. You can't just be mean. Even if it's the truth we work with you being on robots right working with feelings here. So I say be nice each other. And I'm lucky enough to have a team that understands that. And I think that some of that comes from the way I try to lead can't take total credit for that. Because I don't run the company alone. I have an. Kohl's my co-founder. I have other team leads. But the point here is that the idea of respect has to be important as a priority, and that starts with you. And the way you speak in the way, you treat everybody in those meetings ending your team in general guys. They got more on today's episode. But before that, let me give love to today's sponsor. 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So you can get started with your business address. Just go to earth class mail dot com slash NBA month and use coupon code MBA month, again, that's earth class mail dot com slash NBA month. Coupon code NBA month. Tabatha? Today's listen, you will have conflict, you will have disagreements you have people that don't agree with each other in your business. Whether it's a meeting whether it's offline whether it's just in general, not everybody's going to see eye to eye, and that's totally fine. Because you're going to get different types of customers. And you wanna make sure you get different perspectives. And you're making informed decisions based on those different perspectives as long as respectful as long as you're all looking to achieve the same thing. He still have the same prize. You're all focused on the same goal. Serving your customers. You're good to go. Your job is a leader is to make sure that you reinforce respect reinforce being fair. And making sure that you have the ground will set and they're enforced on a regular basis. Guys that wraps up today's lesson. But today's episodes over because it's free, right? Friday. I to give away a lifetime membership to easy course, let's see you on this week's free ride. And the winner is charred H s NS. There's literally no vowels in this handle on itunes, it C H R D H S NS. That's the free ride winner of this week. Let's see what they said on. I tunes all about that action. Boss five stars chowing through these episodes right now so easy to digest. I listened to podcasts all the time. They usually just regurgitate information. And it can honestly say a Molina few podcast episodes in already learned a lot of new information that I'm going to put it to action right away. Superb will thank you so much charred h s s you are free. Either Friday winter your mission is to Email me at Omar at one zero zero NBA done it. 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Jesus Lights the Way -S2-DE7
"Hey this is as long as we are. She talks reading. Hope everywhere tops. The podcast where it is are goals inspiring and you have just tuned in to lay these weekly devotional episodes and I am certain. It is not by chance suspect rat. Just make it work. Today's food for Labor for you is coming out of Psalm. One nineteen with the devotional entitled Jesus. Licensed away is the meal. You've been waiting for so let's Dade writing in by your words. I can see where I'm going. They throw a beam of light on my dark path. That was some one. Nineteen five a message translation. You know we all need direction in life. Our steps can lead us to uncertain destinations. That could either add to our lives are take away our lives and let's face it. We need our paths to be lit so that our destinations sure living in dark world full of all paths to take requires that we have the right. Gps in other words trying to make it through life without Jesus is like unto being lost in a foreign land without a knowledgeable guide. Unfortunately you won't know where you're headed many times in scripture. We read where Jesus said come and funding and if anyone wanted true direction in life they would be wise to follow him. That's still true today. This is why we all could benefit from all knowing guidance. Counselor his whole spirit. God knew that the world that have become so dark would offer many wrong paths and fortunately these stock paths would only lead to destruction and not to him but the good news is that God sent his son Jesus to light the way. Jesus the word of God the Holy Spirit director so we are not left in the dark his life his words his Holy Spirit. Our gift to US Jesus lights the way and makes our path certain hints. God loves us that much. This is how much God loved the world. He gave his son his one and only son. And this is why so that no one need be destroyed by believing in him. Anyone can have a whole and lasting life. God didn't go to all the trouble of sending his son merely point and accusing finger telling the world how bad it was. He came to help to put the world right again so no more stumbling around trying to find your own way seek. Jesus and Let him light your way. Jesus said I am the way the truth and the life. No one can come to the father except through me with that being said the right path leads to a destination of life in Christ Jesus with God the heavenly Father Jesus is the only way to God. He is the way maker. Jesus is the way out of storms and difficulties of life. He is the way out of shackles. That hold you down. He is the way out of fear that keeps you held captive. He is the way out of sin. That keeps you in bondage. He is the way out of sickness that seeks to still life you. He is the way out of depression that seeks to destroy your future. He is the way out of an unforgiving heart that seeks to steal your peace of mind and most important Jesus is the way out of religion that seeks to keep you in darkness and if you did know life with Jesus is not a religion is about a relationship. Best Beloved Lee encouraged that direction is found in. Jesus seek him and let Jesus like the way and make your way prosperous have faith in God. Jesus is Encouraged in any way ahead and subscribe so the two will be learned. The Upload New Hope Bill Transit for more a lady up listening devotional bow to spreading cope everywhere talks dot com forward slash. Devotions while you are there if you like our content feels free Tabatha Coffee. We would appreciate your support following like us on Social Media. Sign UP FOR MY ST LIST OF TEN MONTHS REPORTS. President Outlook as Lauren likeness and bringing hill. Do you like March with positive messages on over to our online store. Join US next time. Was she talks. Reading poll everywhere talks where we are letting airlines signed. Hope and love.
#50 - AMA #5: calcium scores, centenarian olympics, exercise, muscle glycogen, keto, and more
"Hey, everyone. Welcome to the Peter Attiyah drive. I'm your host, Peter. Drive as a result of my hunger for optimizing performance health on Javadi, critical thinking along with a few other obsessions along the way, I've spent the last several years working with some of the most successful top performing individuals in the world, and this podcast is my attempt to synthesize. What I've learned along the way to help you live a higher quality more fulfilling life, if you enjoy this podcast. You can find more information on today's episode and other topics at Peter Tia, MD dot com. Everybody. Welcome to this week's episode of the drive. I'd like to take a couple of minutes to talk about why we don't run ads on this podcast. And why instead we've chosen to rely entirely on listener support, if you're listening to this you probably already know, but the two things I care most about professionally are how to live longer and how to live better, I have a complete fascination and obsession with this topic. I practice it professionally and I've seen firsthand how access to information is basically all people need to make better decisions and improve the quality of their lives curing and sharing miss knowledge is not easy. And even before starting the podcast that became clear to me, the sheer volume of material published in this space is overwhelming. I'm fortunate to have a great team that helps me continue learning and sharing this information. With you to take one example are shown outs are in a league of their own. In fact, we now have a full-time person that is dedicated to producing those and the feedback has mirrored this. So all of this raises a natural question. How? How will we continue to fund the work necessary to support this as you probably know the tried and true to do this is to sell ads? But after a lot of contemplation that model just doesn't feel right to me for a few reasons. Now, the first and most important these is trust. I'm not sure how you can trust me. If I'm telling you about something when you know and being paid by the company that makes it to tell you about it. Another reason selling ads doesn't feel right to me is because I I I just know myself. I have a really hard time advocating for something that I'm not absolutely nuts for. So if I don't feel that way about something. I don't know how I can talk about it enthusiastically. So instead of selling ads I've chosen to do what? A handful of others have proved Ken work overtime, and that is to create a subscriber support model for my audience. 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If you're listening to this on your podcast player, you'll hear a preview here. And then you have to finish listening to it on our website. Please contain ask questions on our AMA forum as we look forward to continuing answer them in this episode. We talk about calcium scores or CAC's. We do kind of a deep dive into exercise talking about my notion of the centenarian Olympics. And how you would exercise at twenty five knowing what you know. Now talk about the tenets of exercise, and I go on a little rant about Tabatha go into glycogen during anaerobic exercise well on Kito and some of the things I learned back in my time of nonstop Kito. I also finally divulged the Tia curry recipe, which I think if I were only loud to eat one thing for the rest of my life has probably what it would be finally on this. We reveal the eggbox belts on they kind of make a silent appearance, but they're under steak. Welcome to another AMA. So let's just dive right in a lot of questions came in on coronary artery calcium or caq. And so just this is a general question. What is the deal with caq? Some people say it's a marker other people say something else, so take it away. So according calcium score is a CAT scan. That's done dry, meaning without any contrast. So you lay on the table, and it's a very quick scan men because there's no contrast anytime, you see something that's really really bright white in there, which is normally what color contrast would be, you know, it's calcium. So there's a scoring system where you can actually get some anatomic detail not to the degree of understanding how much narrowing there is of the arterial Lumine, but you can see which arteries, so the left main artery circumflex artery, the left anterior descending. The right artery the post, you're descending artery and the amount of calcification is then scored and ranked against a percentile. So, you know, this is one of those things that is certainly helpful. And you know, if there's one branch of statistics that medicine sort of innately teaches you it's it's based there where you update your probability based on new information. My problem is not with the calcium score. It's would sort of a school of thought that says while calcium score. If it's zero means nothing matters. You know, you're sort of Scott free. And that's, you know, unfortunately, that's just categorically untrue and the data bear that out so negative calcium score meaning calcium score of zero absolutely means actuarially at the population level a lower risk of a coronary event. And when we say coronary events were the term ace is what we use to describe it may major adverse coronary event or cardiac event, so heart attack, stroke or. Or cardiac death, but it's not zero. Furthermore, and this is work. It's a little complicated. Nearly fifty percent of fatal 'em is occur in non calcified areas of coronary arteries now those data are also bit misleading because many of those patients still had calcification elsewhere. So the way I think of calcification is it tells you how many times you've been broken into and what kind of repair you've done. I mean, that's a gross approximation. So a biomarker tells you how bad neighborhood you live in. So if you do a blood test on somebody, and they're, you know, L P lay is high or their LDL, he is high, and they have lots of inflammation. All these other things that says you live in a bad neighborhood is dangerous. There's there's a chance it was going to be a break-in when you see a calcium score. That's anything other than zero. Will that tells you you've already had an advanced lesion and that lesion had to be repaired because when you and I won't go through stories seven levels of atherosclerosis. Because it's really complicated. And it's hard to do without pictures a whiteboard last time, we need more this time throw on the show. Yeah, we can sort in the show notes, which is sort of different types of lesions of atherosclerosis, but calcification is an incredibly late stage repair. So when you have calcification in a coronary artery, I mean, you've had real damage, and it's been repaired, and that becomes a marker of risk that basically suggest you need to be more aggressive in taking care of this case. But when it is zero doesn't change the fact that you live in a bad neighborhood. And it doesn't change the fact that you can have lots of arterial damage that just hasn't shown up at the stage of calcification. So you can have plenty of soft plaque that still there without calcification. That's still an enormous marker of risk and that doesn't get picked up with cow. So what we typically do with patients is. And it depends every case is different. And so, you know, there are sometimes when I just do a calcium scoring a patient, and if it's zero I don't do anything further there. Other times when even if it is euro, I still reflects into a coronary angiogram so A C T angiogram, which does pull much more anatomic detail, including the presence of soft plaque. But even there you still can't really see plaque that his vulnerable. But if a patient has a coronary calcium score that zero and their C T angiogram looks impeccable. That's a much better sign than anything not being in that case. And of course, it begs the question will would you still treat a patient in that situation? That's a hard question. But it also depends on your timeframe. And so the younger a patient is with that finding the less confidence. You are that they are one of the lucky people that seems largely immune from Cornell where I find these tests most helpful is actually not in young people, but an older people. 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Carey Mulligan Interview Special
"Heliport him Christiane. Welcome to this very special ferry mini interview. Episodes of the empire podcast. Carey mulligan is one of our favorite actors, and she's been storm ended on the big screen ever since she burst through with an education since then she's displayed admirable taste in working with some of the best filmmakers around from the Coen brothers, Tabatha Lerman and has offense to knack for creating memorable flawed characters. Nowhere is that clearer Lennon Paul donnas wildlife which open here on Friday. She came at the pope with recently to have a chat about that movie and more with John Nugent, do please enjoy. So we are throats to have Carrie mulligan on the impetus. How are you? Very well. Thank you. We're about wildlife tastic foam so beautiful and and kind of sad as well. And it's based on the novel by rich foods, and you read the book before I hadn't read actually anything foods. So I read the script, and it was pulled Dana who the film. Yes, he read the book about four years before that and he felt very connected story. So having wanted to direct that was the first thing he wanted to do. And I'm always interested in films based on a book like how much how important is did you refer to the book. When did I mean that was you know, it's always helpful. I think it's always great solicitation this much detail. Out and use. But the great thing about Paul's relationship with Richard food was. You know, the exchange they had the beginning pool. The rights the book essentially released him from being worrying about it is very faithful to the book. But Richard Ford said look, you'll my book, and you'll pictures picture Nisha make film. So we kind of had a sense of freedom around originally, we didn't feel we had we weren't betraying wasn't taking the same as it was in the book. And you you play woman whose marriage is falling apart. But it's more complex than that. And it's kind of surprising. It really wrong-footed me. And a lot of directions that party pill is sort of surprising character. I think you just you Clinton. Don't know what she's going to do. That's my reading is the. Yeah, it seems you know, you meet this sort of classic American family, and you think you kind of have a measure of them, and you know, it seems like a sort of fifties housewives husband, and this sweet son. And then he leaves to go fight husband, leased fighters forest fire, and then she started unraveling you kind of page to pay I know what direction she's going to go. And that was quite exciting to play. Yeah. Because she does she does make some bad choices. But you also sort of see where she's coming from. Yeah. I think so I think you know, she's she's kind of she's spinning out. I mean for a couple of reasons one of them being the husband is left in nineteen sixteen. She's I think she's sort of insightful mode. But I think also like she spent fourteen years being perfect and really putting effort into being perfect wife and a mother, and then he leaves, and I think this sort of this sense of injustice that he can just walk out on that life and she cons. And so I think she goes through this kind of somewhat of an identity crisis a wife. Out of those things. I can't remember if I have a life other. Yeah. So there's a lot of different things going on. She does make a lot of mistakes. And and but I loved kind of like that using someone just fucking everything. You kind of see that women's just see like great saintly useful women doing the right thing. Everyone. Yeah. And it's quite specific to that time period as well. As a time when you know, there was the sort of this feminist awakening almost just coming into that periods. Head of it. But it was you know, the pressure had been building so long. And I think starting to see that crack in women around that time. Yeah. And then you so you have your husband, oxen is your son. So what was the rehearsal process late? Did you get a chance to sort of acclimatize as a family? No, actually, we didn't have classic indie film making the we started in Montana me and Ed with the productions dos in Montana, we show for four days there. And then we moved to everything else. Expensive to stay in Montana. So we didn't have Jay. Edlund to shoot the, you know, a couple of quite big scenes without having done anything. And then we moved and then and then when we were in the set of our house. Is it kind of felt like we were regressing the night before we show a scene that kind of stuff before that. Mean, it doesn't doesn't show us and. Jake. We've kind of new to work together, and we had a little bit of night before hassle. Okay. Okay. Yeah. And as you mentioned, it's is set in Montana, which has this some beautiful cinematography has this sort of other worldly quality to it does that help having that sort of remote location help forms. You know, you do feel like a tiny thing a huge landscape. So I think there's an isolation that all these characters experiencing the you can. Guess heightened by being in the midst of this enormous landscape, and it looks. And you are kind of reminded of the wilderness, constant knee like how predictable life is say facings played in and it was beautiful. Yeah. I mean, it was great. But Montana's just one of the places in the world. Yeah. Very mountainous shooting winter. Well, we started actually around Halloween. Remember, those trickle cheesy happening. It was like last November December. Yeah. Yeah. No. It's really peaceful. And and as mentioned as rated by Dana, who's a longtime actor, of course, many this is first time director. So what is it like being directed by actor is that different? In the beginning. Didn't want you know. Intimidated by. I think it is gonna thing that I've what? Have directors will really intuitive of our full, but. I think he is particularly his his work so instinctive, and I think he kind of you know, the whole production with that. And he's really honest, as well doesn't in everything he does on voice, truthful and has integrity. So I think kind of played into the way that he directed the film. And I think he will. So the way that he what Diego Garcia this in the camera in the film doesn't really move unless it has to. So it just allows space for the actors to kind of do stuff. It doesn't hitting them all worrying about eyeliner like we've moved within the frame and those little freedom. Was it did you notice any differences between directors and and acting directors is there like a sort of shorthand actors can have? I suppose because Puna Jacob been friends so long. We sure have anyway wouldn't be able to. But he certainly was a scene wedge. Eight leaves to fight the fire, and we have this enormous almighty row. And I remember we were shooting that we got we took a day to shoot. But we go halfway through. We kind of go bit stock, and he identified it immediately. You know, sort of fixed the problem where I think maybe enough direct stand the process mice pushed it to you know, try to get through way pool. Understood that it was basically pointless to keep going in that we should just change. It completely do something different. Because I think he'd had I. I think he'd had same experience. So in that sense. I think he has. Non actor. Yeah. Would you would you ever consider directing ten? I just don't have the skills that for the patients, you know. It's just a huge job. And this so much outside of the creative side on the pool. Actually didn't incredible job of never letting us feel but in I know that at the same time as being credible directed whilst he was proper being another room in getting told that he wants, you know, you wanted thirty extras, but now fifteen location for Tuesday shoot in older, kind of constant admin. Filmmaking. Yes. No. I bag. He did you really? I mean, you've worked with some incredible directors in your time. Now, you've pulled Steve McQueen, and my command and the comb brothers. You know, what you look for an interactive? Like, some people are just you just know that they're they've got a vision unique vision, the nobody else has I think that's the case with Steve I think that's. DV? I. They just see the world different way. And you know, with a little those I wanted to whatever they doing. But generally someone who just makes you feel kind of taking care of. I think I don't want kind of to be mollycoddled applauding meal to every take fantastic. I just want someone to be superman and someone I can trust and his his taste agree with and someone who can kind of push me in the right direction. I think that's what pull really says Steve. And it's interesting to get the pool was really good identifying the moments where I kind of maybe would hold back more of a tendency towards restraints than I do to being to doing too much overacting. My my will be more. I would tend to do less pool was really good. Sometimes sort of getting the out of that. Interesting. Interesting. So. To us this question. There's been a lot of the wards buzz. Film rightly so as well, but how do you feel about you know, the onset of award season? They do do you enjoy that this sort of the big shows in the parties in the ceremonies? I think you know, I've done it properly one for an education, and and I didn't enjoy that as much as I should have done. I took it seriously. I wish I could go back and tell Twenty-four-year-old needs to just chill out. I was so afraid all the time. And I was so convinced that they'd made a mistake. And I think if I could go back up you like, buddy. Yeah. Yeah. But so I didn't. And I wish I could. But yeah, it's you know, it's great. And there is an accent to it all films that come out to not taper. Right. Right. The great thing about it though. Is that it encourages people? See the film, particularly independent film. You rely on that kind of chat to get people to see it. So that's a great thing. I'm stunned cer- festival circuit as well. It permitted. We did. And was that good experiences? Like getting out all the press has been great because we get hang out. We're all friends, you know, a decade. And now we get to kind of go around. As well as stilted with this. It's sort of fun. Yes. Chance to watch much films while you're out there. Nothing nothing. I've never once seen a film. I saw king's speech at Tenny, right? Identing I've ever seen a single fly in and then. Yeah. Shame and you bump into other actors, and you know, you've all done brilliant. But likely watch it on TV. Christmas. Yeah. But I call it so many things I want to see this cross how keeping up with have you seen anything? Good recently stars. Stars loved. But I haven't seen anything else since. Oh, I saw a quiet place. Okay. I love. Kids. Allowed to go anywhere. But you are you on kademi or anything? Generally will happens over Christmas between Christmas and new year. I worked like a film a day, right? And then I didn't watch films for another year. Yeah, I'm excited. But there are some things I really want. I I'm gonna make a concerted effort to. Yeah. Feels. I'm Netflix thing. Blake. You have to see I would think it's my favorite. Yeah. Congratulations mode. Life is fantastic film at karaoke. And thank you so much keep and that was Carrie mulligan as it for this, very brief interview episode of the emperor podcast, keep your eyes peeled for more interview. And spoiler specials heading your way over the next few weeks. And don't forget to check out wildlife in cinemas. Now, we gave it four stars which is a recommendation, and then some thanks so much for listening. Cenex time by.
Happy Daily 248 PSA: Check your Bibles for misprints!
"Why all this Brian and happy daily people today, happy that he was not rehab. I've have watched couple YouTube videos about this. And right of article on Facebook, and I am, honestly mortified and petrified and gentrified the. Wale, seems like some liberals, some liberal pranksters have found their way in and desecrated desecrated good were desecrated. Our very own bobble, the most important book that you'll ever own. Person who's educated is somebody who knows the bible, a friend on Facebook, who is an elementary school teacher here in Wilkes county said that, you know while her she wa her job is to educate kids, the thing that she takes the most pride in is making sure that they know the Lord and savior, Jesus Christ. And I just think it's important that, you know, are Bob wills are not negatively impacted by pranksters so what you need to do. Here's how you can tell if your bible has if you get one of the misprinted bibles that you need to return to the bible, bookstore, or wherever you got it, there, three verses. I want you to look at I go to second. Kings chapter two versus twenty three twenty four. It's about Alaska. Chapter twenty three and it say is any went up from thei- Tabatha l- in his he was going up by the way, there came forth, little children out of the city and mocked him and said, unto him go up thou bald head go up, thou bald head and he turned back. And he looked on them and cursed them in the name of the Lord and their came forty two she bears out of the woods and hair, forty and two of the children, all of them. So what this person corrupted your bible with was putting in some story about how God killed forty two children. 'cause they made fun of somebody being bold, I would believe that, that would be in the bobble first and foremost, it's obviously, some sort of trick. So when I saw that in my bobble, I got so angry that somebody would do that to me. And you know I've had that bobble for several years. Hours and it's just the goal with somebody. I just I just can't stand it another couple more. This is let's see here. This one's like some sort of liberal agenda here, trying to, I don't get to political, but this is one were God. He didn't do it. So that's not God really didn't say this. This is not really in the bible. But check your bibles, if this is in there, it's a Genesis chapter thirty eight verse. Twenty four this is about some woman is pregnant, and it came to pace, about three months after that, it was told Judah say in Tamar, the in daughter-in-law hath played the harlot, and also behold, she is with child by. A bad word in Judah said, bring your fourth and letter be burnt. God, I ain't gonna burn guarding gonna let somebody burn a pregnant woman because she seend. What kinda Foale would believe this? It's just I don't get it placed one Jose chapter nine versus fourteen to sixteen. Give them. Oh, Lord watt will give give them a miscarrying womb in dry breasts. All their wickedness and Gil, go for their I hated them for the wickedness of their doings. I will drive them out of the mon- house. I would love them. No more in all their prances or revolt as f- from is smitten. Their route is dried up. They shall bear. No fruit yesterday, though, they bring forth yet. I will slay, even the beloved fruit of their womb. They're talking about babies. Then he. Whoever I hope whoever did. This is rotten in jail right now because this is just about the worst thing to anybody's ever done. They got away with. No telling how many bibles printed with the stuff in it. So you. So what, what the video said is if that's in your bible, you'll take it back to the bookstore. Walmart bobble bookstore wherever you got it, and they will return it for you, though. Take it back and they'll give you one that has been corrected. I think they're actually kinda we're kinda curious about how many of these bibles have been affected with this. So it's worth checking I haven't think this might be in different versions of the bible. If that's your thing, I know this isn't the King James version, which is the correct and proper version. But if you've got another one check and see if it's in there. Just the goal was on people to do stuff like this. I just I I'm against it. I hate it. This is one of the worst things any persons ever done to another person. What if this is affected, somebody's, you know spiritual off? I don't like it. That's been your PSA for today might do more of these PSA's. Check them out at Brian Kilby dot com. Hope you'll have a happy day. And I'm so sorry that, you know, to break this to you, hopefully you're bobble don't have this junk, in it, hopefully, it, don't so, you know, shake your bible praying for you and praying that stuff ain't in it, and that you don't have to take it back, but they'll take it back for you up. You'll have a happy day.
Oops its next week not this week money in the bank??
"Okay hold on wait a minute. Dj So money. But I don't have this week as nets league so I do have time to make petitions. Okay wait a minute go. Does her one video. That was Disley. I had a plan. B Because B happens storms. Really terrible stores money yet again when we're already been plagued by storms twice last week and I don't WanNA lose Internet in the middle of my position so I was trying to wait to Tuesday if it happened today so I don't know I don't even know what is going on. I don't know what the cat is going. They move money in the bank to another. We had they not record it matches for money. I don't know I don't know about the wwe. And so. If I had time then dude petitions dawn Tuesday. I duNno I duNno. Wow this is very confusing and then I forgot to say part of the team. I think that was like moving a storms. I'm watching the window distorted out the window and I actually saw dinosaurs dinosaurs and the Jane. I'm emptying dinosaurs in the Middle Storm. Why so that you know that? Between between the Mick Foley fully in the money whoever taking Watching at the Conference the WWE Universe Conference then. Why not up in hospital but I think the dinosaurs on the storm team came second after the. Wwe Universe Conference. So I don't know I really had no clue what all these things means but I think there's a lot down as the having everybody on storrow crazy but anyway anyhow so if a haven't changed Change in fact I haven't happened. I'm still planning on the Do predictions on Tuesday or if I could beat the storm Monday. I'll do it outdoor Tomorrow if I could beat the storm because the stars look like it's threatening in the afternoon and more likely in the evening without all mold of letter possible and we were all the slight risk area so here we go again of possibilities and losing it again. I mean come on. It's my only way Tabatha. I'd come on it the only way to thought I still can't go anywhere there now. I mean on the unemployment. But then there's nowhere else for me to go to because you still got this fifteen people limit or going to have this fifteen people limit so does still not pay for me to go to. I'm you know when high speed is going to. Have you know church or they still GonNa have church at home you know? They're gonNA have half Turkish at home in half going to church for people who called the CDC or the evil CD's said people are still sick. Go ahead the underlying conditions to stay home yet. I mean the-these because I just watch don family vacation and the evil CD is still not letting crew who possibly have six months on that contract expired. Whatever or just enter the crew. They will let their crew get off the ship so they could get home evil evil evil and the social dangerous part of the middle. Gary I forgot what video that I mean That alert from it but it was part of a military tactic. The tactic as like. Wow wake up y'all wake up. Y'All do we kneel really need to support all this some of these over government overreach trying to take our freedoms away and Esso's missed that Governor Michigan home. Gosh Oh gosh. She's atrocious of the governor's taking their freedom of speech freedom of Freedom of Boy Oh boy. I'm glad I don't live there but maybe people in Michigan should move over here to Missouri. Yeah Minolta's over. Maybe moved to Missouri. Odd or any of the other states are still free or vote or votes governor. I'll asking for recall. She needs to be recalled. As being of recall. I am not going to vote for. Governor appeared in. I'm on my Put my phone on on the McDowell and I'm voting for her for governor of Missouri and soon as the sole over. I'm trying to see how I could get her campaign on deny ha I I I think it has I have a facebook page but Through this everything is all cook. A Turkey care of everything I'll be able to Try to see if I can contact her. But then again my show was doing interviews anyway during remote view so I have Ramon Friday with the artist back and You know so so You know prerecorded for the show so if you WANNA take part of this Prerecorded goodness and want to be part of the big D Dome Interview on the. Take a pallet hit. Would you do email interview on down at g? L. Dot com interview on Big Dido at Dot Com. I think when I'm trying to do the time to get a website. An input be tidally back on on. Am FM twenty four seven dot com. Hopefully because I had to now's America bill money because I got to do something. I really got to do something because I don't know if unemployment is two weeks on one league when this should be weekly are forgot I dunno but anyway is what has been so uncomfortable so uncomfortable all day in ties. Dan died even on a nice four nights a hot day or one day. Whatever you whatever you call it a nice day or even stay aside and a nice beautiful day. 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EITHNE BROWNES HAUNTED HOPE STREET APARTMENT!!!
"Law from liver girl. Talk about goals with Kevin used does yes it's Sunday is indeed time to talk about ghost with me. Kevin used just like the intro says every single week anyway a very special episode this week because we actually have a guest on the show. Yes, we do record this mid week now. Special Very special guest is Liverpool native and Western Star? Ethno. Brown now Aetna is a liberal native as a say. She had a very successful run in the west end play one of the lead roles in blood brothers which Willy Russell plant. And she went on onto soak stardom. She was in Brookside and Asham Brookside Emmerdale, and she's about to go into coronation street should have benefits soap legend don't know about eastenders but I'm sure it'll come anyway. How we met ethnic was you know where mean Becker were delivering those food parcels awhile back the guy who runs a charity he Helga. Thank you meal for everyone who done it. And Ethanol is there we started talking about ghosts and she then let slip well to that the flat I lived in in Liverpool city centre on an old street named Hope Street was very haunted poltergeist the lot will like no but do tell us more and she started to tell us we we were like hold on stop telling us can you come flat and tell us for an episode and she was like Yeah I can do that. So that's what we don't. So this episode and Wednesday's episode will be US me and becker add ethnic Brown talking about her haunted flat now, this episode will be focused mainly on flat and We don't need to talk about ghosts. Still be rather spooky, but it's a competition with admirable and both episodes were brilliant. Really WanNA. Thank you for taking the time out of her very, very busy schedule to belong to our little flat. Is haunted by the way how dash? And that tell us all about her coasties. Wonderful Beautiful Lady inside out. Very nice to meet up Also, a will say that out for a look look patrons ethnic being ellipoid celebrity she has actually got to meet sit down and have readings with two of Liverpool's famous psychics slash mediums one none other than the infamous data Akoda Derek now deceased of course, he was big on most haunted. If You've ever watched most haunted. He was the psychic medium from the first few months, the ten series or seasons. AM. Ethnic tells us all about the reading that she had of. Derek core, and also the reading she had of Billy Roberts, another very famous Liverpool medium who's been on a few American shows to believe it makes you tells us all about that in the Patriots. If you're a Patriot subscriber, you will be loving listening to that. It's quite interesting. We do get into chats about him. In. The meantime if you're not, but you would like to be the new need to go along to www dot patriots, dot com votes slash we need to talk about ghosts or click the link in the description of the podcast and you can go sign up and join and all the Parque for data anyway without further Edouard I give you the inimitable MS ethnic. Route. So, I thought that weeks start officially. Hello everyone. Welcome again to we need to talk about ghosts. As, mentioned, will not speak show we have a very, very special guest. we have the wonderful Edna Brown with us and didn't reveal her name US time because I wanted to surprise bought. She's tone I. Mean we'll speak Tabatha now I'm we'll go over after she's actually accomplish which is loads and she's tried factor. Now, of British soap seventy two don't brookside coronation street's Emmerdale I think it's only eastenders they need to get your cell phone and. I always wanted to understand brookside obviously wanted like Sheila Grant Chrissy, Rogers, played them brookside. And say another character to just be in the back of shot in police eastenders. London rate as we used to have those away days than you. And I just think wouldn't it be great if the three of us we just in the back of The Queen Vic. Shopping bags so you going on. On. This. The first. This is the first time of being on. No No, no this is the first the first time I've been on it. On it's funny that we had to talk about ghosts because I did go for an audition to for coronation street and it's to be less dentist is wife. But I knew before I got there. Even that was a good audition not I wasn't going to get it. Just a sign or knowing because I bumped into Derek Cora. Jerry. On, on the. Before just before ears filming that. All right. Now, what are you doing all? I'm going for gun for addition and Coronation Street. And he just looked at me is when the having promote game. Right Okay All Amok at nothing. No No, no, no no. No, it was just. It was like one of those where he just had to listen to voices. Sounds like that. Now she's not all that was. But I'm just going into it it's one episode fingers crossed. For more because I had to really lovely time when it was there. And? I'm the mother of the prostitute. Things are looking up things are looking up who is it gorge? I never actually had to seeing the third but paths crossed obviously even in she was. And she was so lovely our help you back in. She was and she texted me she texted me that night. It was 'cause I. I've lost track of it now. But like we never I used to all the time because we. Addict. Since, we have stop watching. Vicki. down. Right down is Mister Barlow's Song I think and his his wife died to with a young baby and he paid play. He pays sorry my daughter to dress up and his wife's clothes. Come. Yeah. Sanderson. Initially Louise could be mad at. Interested of some backstory the we used to do me, but me in Becker worked. But we volunteered for kind to delivering food parcels and stuff. The guys know about that could reach sometimes recode episodes of the car normally a fast food delivered. At, balls the guy who runs a Steve Ivana Charity Time doesn't exhaust prevents an ethnic even gave. A few performances from the. Show von Yeah does that. was imposed while now it's like saying tobacco when you got. I know if. I should do token towards. Yeah. Because Stephen both load copies of the because well, jazz assignments. Del Could. So but anyway, but that'd be talking to the Athlon said she's got. Some history with the supernatural. Before we go into that you obviously, we found some not nice that you vote she. You've also got a lot of you found you'll you'll? Only found you foot in the door with. Broadway sorts of the. The process very first. Time this sort of hit a major stage at being done. you know you to play your first and then so this was the very first time it was up and running from the playhouse Barbara. Dickson was the lead. UNDERSCO field who lots of people know from the other one for field what was load since? Thank goodness. Another really good friend of mine also, not Davey edge a wonderful musician and also paid with him on. A few times times. So so lots of people are not unthanked was the very first time actually be onstage. Professionally anywhere. Five. Hours in the chorus on then One night when Barbara wasn't going stage only had to go on in place but then she wasn't at all and so I did over fifty shows in the western in the West and the rest then as that that was the first job that was the first job. So buffer I own that role. She was Mrs Johnston I she was the mother of the twins the defendant. Lead. Yeah. That's got. It is it is. Academic interest. I've I've seen blueprint this kind of piecemeal. I went along. Showing A in the empire. and. Dean Sullivan Jimmy Coco is a team so. A. Ginny Coal Clean. He was the narrator one of the empire. and. I I just couldn't get around around it because it let. Yeah. I mean, I'm forty one. Now I was about maybe child nineteen, twenty five. At the. Twenty plus years ago I remember couldn't get drama. It was Jimmy who they're in the pleats. So because he walked, he was walking around the sets in Lake. AND LOOKING DOWN STATEMENT POLL To Bruce. Couldn't stop laughing accounting. Also to go on the do so we left off we to go in the past. And and that. I caught the second half. Yeah. 'cause I arrived late for the show I mean sad to drink prior and didn't realize we missed half of. Bonds. Have seen it bought to castle who was the Mrs Johnson's can you remember? No of course? No no no. No. What's to with anything. New. Well another strange again. Look for this connection because once it was played by Kiki Dee. Don't go breaking. My hockey are breaking my heart cake date. Now I was a hostage by. Liverpool medium that a lot of people might follow, of course, Robin Roberts. Billy Roberts asked me to speak. At his wedding and then I was invited to the do afterwards they think the Hell Barco Tail Terry Portion Gorgeous and stuff very nice happy for any day and Kiki and hege terrorist with the after show entertainment as it were. So, we will then just getting everybody to sing anyway how sweet it is to be loved by you. So it's like I remember the song. And she just walked towards me and I wasn't bellow are doing listen to me or anything like that. Just walked towards me. Pointed at me picked my hand. Come Up. Consuming. And she said Billy told me the another. Another Mrs Johnson whispers, one of the guests. In reading the wedding I just heard your voice. It was clean clear. I just heard Mrs Johnson and so ended up getting. Seeing the kids. Can do harmonies and stuff like that with. Searches Sang with Kiki Dee. But that was that was another Mrs Johnson Twist. Chase together. As. But it's not run to your. Iran deal. Let's be honest if you ought to say. More, with even be the odds of two people being in the city who played Mrs Johnson Yeah. ONSTAGE in Bloomberg is. Miniscule. Lonely. The same way. Yeah. Yeah and now we've got a bracket because A half. And we'll be person you talk to her friends. So gets to the crux of things. When we did start chatting June charity nights you informed us with this very meeting that you had an apartment on hope street. Older streets and you experienced some spooky shenanigans. Oh, God tamp truly. God. No I was living. Over sort of lived around seven o'clock nervous since. My son and I. Moved away from the family. And when on yours going to have to leave the flat I lived in been there for about thirteen hundred years really really well settled lifted hated happened to leave, but I had to leave. That was on sefton drive. Awful at road. Really happy again. I'm like you. I like space in front of me I like Air and light and well have you. So this avoided from top floor flats. Thought safe up there. Unhappy seeing chimneys, tiles, and blue skies. So this is the first time since. I live in Bedford Street the I'd lived on the ground floor. When talk of the flat and to be honest I thought Oh this is it flattened hope street I was fifties thought this will to me. I can walk to work the royal court in the time I can walk to work. I can just walk onto the quarter and sit outside. This is where I belong I felt really yes at. Bad. I'm used to live better street. Renault's first away from home and I you know I did love the area the Georgian quarter felt like home to me. So this I've been doing quite a bit of work at the Royal Court of the few pennies in the bank and I thought right and I went into the flatten hiding all painted have a of few jobs. Can you do this? Can you do that? Let shelves? No, I won't say fitted wardrobe that sounds posh but you know it was a walk in. Kobe. But I made it feel like. Home. To me. and. It was quite all deep boost The front room was a bedroom, the backroom, the big grew. With the living room big old fireplace in there, and then you walk through and there was like an outrigger on the ground floor clear bathroom. Long little little water kitchen just to give you an idea, the shape of the place. and. I. Not Been A. Long all of moving, and also I was working during the day and on stage of the night in you. So. It's like doing shift work and is hardly the to begin with. On spent more time there. And I began to notice various things I began to feel very uncomfortable. The. Things that I could put my happened that weren't usual. Things. Fell off the wall on one big mirror. Split my head open data. Don't yet just hit just came off the wall and hit me there. I wasn't moving it. I wasn't. Wasn't shelvin anything banking environment figure out. Other things that would happen I opened a door bowl favorite bill shot out and smashes on the floor. He was confined to one area, which was the back room the back of the flat front room. Peaceful Blue Gorgeous looked out onto the cathedral. and. I ended up without realizing IT spending most of my time in. In the bedroom in yet metrics yeah. Okay. Sort the front the front of it yet. So the back room, it was very dark. It was quite though it was a gorgeous little garden had steps onto the yard and. It had everything going for it. and. More and more and more I began to feel I'm not wanted to what would you say that was the Source of time anything that you recall is being the best. Moments I wish more like an overarching sorts of. It was more of an overarching coming in and going into the. Back of the flag, all seem to be space in the back of the flat. I had a friend who can to rehearse with me one day youngish man and he walked in through the door to the back living room dark and you. Didn't like that. And he just said I just it was like walking is on the with an area where you that's what happened it was you sorta felt it's there comes from there. If I had to stay in that. Room the living room when I had a friend staying in my bedroom. Bright. If I stayed there stepped on the couch. and. I'd have terrible nightmares about dropping babies about things dying about really. Quite specific. Specific nightmare those nasal ferry I remember it from the was from a school roof and me his baby and herbal. The feeling. Eventually got to feel with this. Feeling around me female right. It was spiteful. I. Would have swear words in my head and other made you angry made you know. But who? Yeah he was like some sort of your thoughts would be. Yeah. That's not that's not me once I came in at had a lovely walk on the pier head at what backup Sunday evening. Really Cool. Lovely walked in and something pushed me. Physically Bush basically pushed me. Other things Bockel back in about. Some walking in I got pushed through my front. Do I got pushed. Just wants. Your push me I know it to push me the in and outs thing. When it became Our had to move out twice because of the dump problem that they keep coming back in sorting out. And the was once I moved into a flocked. Backer began in the Central Park I still tough to move out for a month. From Hope Street I would have to move up from St. so I, moved into the flat. I was there for a month. It's on the top floor. It was white clean calm quiet a second by to my dad while I was living die I'm really glad no no, it was a peaceful. Happy. Service. Nice. And I could walk around the park and saint volume stuff. then. I had to move back to hope street. On about four days after I remember feet. And it just came back down again like a really lowering feeling and there was nothing I mean without trying to be overly pastoral. There was not been that would dot says I like? This is quite fast. Food example that what you just described that. We say there was this than feeling if. I thought sometimes with, for example, financial worries. Documents dealing with the WHO awards adopt water and Electricity Company now. And I thought all too bad and then the unfulfilled relatively can offer situation the near the day we realize that it's not on was still needs to shows are and I felt up to the blankets of misery. Komo comic was nothing like the financial situation relationships the not could've. Trump turning basically say I or is it just the bill basically? It was the building because I would say to people are so upset you have you to my friends and I'll be talking about it. Have you ever heard me talk like this before about anywhere about anything you. Know. Why would I suddenly start making a don't I need I I'm reckon attention seeking I get votes I walk out onto stage and he's like, yeah look at me that fantastic and new pay to look at me. So I'm not somebody who goes about going. Oh, well, I, heard the hunter. At all in fact, the opposite I really play things down. One of the worst. Things that happened. was. I had a neighbor living upstairs and who could be quite problematic. Tried to keep a good relationship and he's had somebody come and stay an there's lots of. And shouting from them upstairs and I opened the whole bags down the stirs obviously a dispute going. On I. Said of this person could you just please keep it down interest like the clock in the morning and it's like I was lifted up hold of me and threw me down the stairs regarded know the woman the. Absolutely true and the woman did and I'm thinking. I know, but the thing was. I'm on stage I'd been on stage that night and was on stage the next night telling ghost stories in. The beautiful constant room in Saint George. Charles Dickinson reasons. So. North. Think of bouncing down the steps all who will get replacement. Thought. She sort of calm don't you? Crossing who will they? They importune? Who Go to get to replace me. And it was a very good friend of mine pointed out because another time it all seemed to start getting worse worse worse. I went to go in one afternoon. Earlier. On the I couldn't get in. The key just wouldn't work. On those no reason could. From Georgia's would not work in the building. on then somebody had to come out and you know give them check. China. The key giving the caves I got no idea why suddenly going like this. The be a problem with the lock when the hasn't been before unafraid pointed out it doesn't want you in the building. It's now thrown you out when we view. So you know we talked about Billy Roberts. He can visit. visit. As our friend just to just to interject today those who don't know because. Lawlessness in the states. Billy. Roberts is very, very well, no Liverpool medium. Loss clients he's he's an exceptionally. And he's not very rational tasked with stupid Showbiz, but he's not like you know. You Zach Bagan sorts of people even is less fumbling Dan Derek. Larry's very much. So he's not really like shows himself. So he just. Well. Come back because I viewed him as his friends. So. So they came to visit me. And he saw a woman. And he went to me it's not the woman you're thinking about. And I haven't said anything because I always thought this president who said she? She's inherent time. She's very happy to be there. He could just feel like the with different veils. Feel like he could see expose yeah, right? Yes. Yes. You know very very well dressed and she's she's in her own time, which is very happy to be there, and then also another friend who come male friend very worked for the Council when we're not talking anything. show-bizzy Atoll. And it's just more just thought. I saw something in the kitchen and. I said well, attend something on the floor behind me. A dog and they're gonNA turn back bracketed gone. We still think small and spiteful smallest. Allard exactly how eight felt something small and spiteful the most pathetic nasty little things used to happen to. You know really things would get. Ripped thing. Solis that this, this is an interesting. By I the those restored once I mean free tied in with Like the theaters and things like that. The I was very, very brief synopsis because I think there's no this new story, but I once was going read for part in a of some sort of play somewhere and it was part of An army major. was like seventeen or sixteen, but at sixteen bled John, Lennon, glasses and. A deep fully at the time. So what attend for the sergeant major role in the cafe? On Deck. Copy back. Your Bow Street. Ago in I'm you sit down and it was like a different sorts of copy it Bohemian now in quite trendy was. The get frequent tales of the homes. And stuff like that, and we all sat around in this group at long story short the guy who's wrote the play mark he's introducing everyone around the circle says. And Steve Does the music and gestures to the left of me, and there's a fellow left not we kinda on dead because I'm awfully interested when we've done the place of stuff icing anyone believe in ghosts we talked about ghost get no spooky, and then we leave medal from Cavs Dale go one way towards central and our from heightened. So ice inaugural streets. On this Steve only to keep. You from heightened Saddam from Lubavitch one electron Yuck on. US Call. And he says, should you believe in ghosts likes giant? And he says right He's GonNa known whether we should tell me this thing. And he says rebel says. I went to gladly with the kids said, the numbers of the kids on camera of the kids noticed those people move in rob the toll the could see like a hill and Gloucester. And could see like these little white he said starts phone film now and then and then just went back to the kids to the manipulate the tape. Bach. Go said, the moment ties remain. The tape on the screen flips upside down is black and white, and it's a video of holding the camera. He said that I was like duck sommes says, yeah. So they said since that said, all these things are stop. They said, we added an envelope through from Georgia to fingernails in it. We said we've got a message saying yet without a message saying, you don't know you've seen you've interrupted something you shouldn't. Be Seventy dollars seen by figuring room about a bolt of lightning complete, wind all this stuff, and he's getting more overseas tolkien to storms counts. And he's then start. To this point Tom like this little punk homeless steadily. But then he starts saying things like under supposed to the story you start saying things like and you know then you'd be driving along on the registration fruits he will be the initials of your and Nemesis. Be doing it just to mind your own and I'm starting to think that's not normal McDonald's parliament and they started to go down the pub until the point when I said on height lane before we actually got to my outside. And he pulled over the cost of the engine. Couldn't tell anyone because I wouldn't like to pass on. Today. And I was like, no no. alleged. So I think the call on I run home. I. Had Find US trash. Pointed at being the points of the whole story won't. Off The special investigator yet unrealized. I like this. When you just want to say, then the most petty things would start to happen. Ripped jeans or Do you think that was down to this all ended up being one of those situations where anything went you tag on the snow because I? Always in a place where I was happy. Financially, FM's okay. So marvelous you know he'd come and stay at the flat and. Enjoy the ambiance they're able to make to live in the area. So it was it. Wa- wasn't looking for anything and I was working really hard as well. I was tired. You know can sometimes be tied it'd be like. No. I used to have. I stepped in a singles. and. Tibetan singer. So you still like to big missing. Jimbo. Living on my own Bingo bill before move there and just like goes through. A lot and think about just wishing world and nice peaceful thing at the end of the night and then. It just that little thing I'm not religious. All Obviously, I was brought up Catholic. One of seven children. and. I wasn't I didn't I didn't follow a religion. I like places I'm drawn to places not a hospitals. Yes. Spiritual output. So our time of this that. Whole thing disappeared in Hope Street. I just felt like if I pick the bones might put me down. I don't want this. Theater when he said what you? Always spy he and spiteful it's interesting to. To to look at something and say dot spiteful that must be feeling 'cause you call. It the visual notorious for. Giving US exactly what you? CONGRATS. You should we that that's how it felt. I've never lived in a place before was only there for eighteen months had to leave and I put a fair amount of money into doing all. We walk in Colbert. Affairs Day I missed it. And so it was never I have not seen a casual. flirty person wherever I've lived lived for like thirteen years or second years. Put Down Roots. That's yeah and it was like when the way I left a left because after the thrown down the stairs business. And and then has began to get more and more uncomfortable live in the flowers was like the people like to stay with when. All the dump workers being I move to I sustained the Adelphia for another. Yet steinle Delfi. Siblings who else is found looks in their bathroom and it was when I found a worm a just. No this is just and he was freezing. It was one of the places I've ever lived. You be like got to go through 'cause you'd have to work from the bedroom front right the way to the bathroom in the back of this. And also that I would have to pass through that room. Yeah. Stink you. It was a beautiful room. You know beautiful painter sailing all the lovely features were still a massive big fireplace. It was plants and store for knit risk candles and. It was. I did I've always been happier of never of never lived anywhere modern. So it's not even as there was no building I felt a bit of always loved the ancient under. It, it would be I. As I came into the flat if I had to go through into that room. That term ahead to win switch the light on I know could child. On. Fifties what's You've never had anything like that previous like Indian places you've lived. Non Places of listener. No no hadn't at all interesting unexplored. Key thing that really jumps out is it's two things one you say it's a woman. A. Those dreams to make quite specific things are not like I do not saying I had nightmares. You said I had specific nightmares about dropping the child Oh. Yeah. Roof shape makes you think. You know also just to ask because you still on Rodney Street in. Yeah. Well, until streets. On your. Immune. Yeah. So you should the engine to being on Pilgrim street style building something there. So the entry yet to go through the buck through the foster mount insurance. Yeah. But your pilgrim street flat was we'd be acquainted a to it would would have been the saddens call too. Yeah. Because a high to just. was that similar. Saban's place it regionally all downstairs downstairs that was that's where the kitchen was, and that was still up the basement that's real dump came from. where she s Gazza, wish things store down there you know. Going on you could. You could also get getting into the garden from the basement as well in the people who lived on the top floor on people the the guy who lived on the floor above me, they would go down to the basement if they wanted to get into the garden area, the best stuff you know and things restored the you know. So it's. On Hoop streets it, you don't have to give us the number may ask for that offer more. 'cause we know that area just. Listen to you don't know hope she is this really Nice Street in Georgia bookended bibles, the cathedrals in Liverpool's. Let you walk down hope. Street knows and you hit the Catholic. Yes, if you have pound street behind you and the Anglican, Cathedral. As you walk upstream the beginning of hope. Street. In that first block. Before you here ski on the rights opposites the yes or it's no, no, no no on on the right opposite the. Opposite the graveyard and. Gardens. Mike flatwoods of Saint James. Console. Parlay down that way talkie library there. See little catches could walk over to toxic library jam box. I, the people in the shops will make a hadn't for the first time in ages because when you have in big old houses and you don't often see neighbors, you don't see people in a because everybody's moving at different times. Once and drive the doorbell went. There's a guy and you standing in front of the postle. Mike. What are you doing? I live next door. would. How long have you lived there? Two years. So. So this wars before it even going into the flat was a lovely woman live two doors along she saw me looking over the ravens while you. Couldn't cup of Coffee Love. The next door to her next door to me there was no chuck Bryant used to give me his parking permits. You know. On the other side. Wonderful. Wonderful people, lovely ladies and come commit for. A. Hat neighbors I wanted to be. I really wanted to be. Moving in news already positive in A. Lofty decorate new places about every. Facet of location. Fan, when you spoke about moving away for a month while the the movie looks at dump, he said Hat's move back and it surely adopt with you know all of. You so positive about into the. About was to go back to go back with that was the second time I'm D- The thing being run I. Knew I sort of had to leave after being thrown out down the front steps of bounce down the steps of Oak Street so the. That's what I thought. No this house, the chaos and everything. Now it's not worth anymore I'm never at rest I'm never. And I felt like I was carrying something with. The left, that's not nice. Feeling is I'm amazed by I will be on someone. Because it makes. I was carrying something Nice with me. It's like sometimes I've got the feeling about minimum around me or something like that. I'm very open to thinking. Oh. Lovely. I was having to cross separation. was in the women's and just before I turned over the night before the operation I just felt my mom or an agenda with the people. Believe me or not doesn't matter to me. That's how I felt. So he's just like I know the feeling of warmth and all of that. Good for you. Yesterday, you compare it to your this. Also you know I'm just thinking as well may not be upon pretty sure I don't whether it's just. The, Singers Gone Smith instead listens. That's why we've done a hollow. Your special prom yet recalls in respectful on the record but anyway the. Some of those apartments, how tunnels underneath that go to the graveyard because there was sold on the premise. That was policy. Can Balkan the needs to your family creek. Yeah. I'm just wondering if thoughts. Could be one of that. The black magic societies that around the time. You. Look into that. Think about well, no. What do you think about the Victorians they had to real interest domain the supernatural number that you know that's when you you tables with your lovely. tablecloths until you start to move. And seances and stuff like that. Thank they sort of happened and so I always had the feeling. It is something leftover from something also. From finance may be and I got, I got landed she she didn't like me. She didn't like me and it was the simplest EPOCA. Leave off. Pass not yet review like this. You might. You're right. Someone else sports she she didn't like women Moshe. There is another beautiful actress of worked with WHO's full of joy. Joy. Joy Shoes. We did. Break up the tunnels together and she came in and she was somebody else who she was just will. Host the hadn't. On the suddenness And she gave me be financial. That's something and Michael piece, but flew off. Stay. It really literally did fall of I didn't push it. It wasn't balancing. It wasn't a tiny little bit of. It fell off on. Burke. So. There you go. Guys. That's part one of our interview with the Browns the wonderful ethnic Brown to will be on our Wednesdays. We don't talk about ghosts because although we finish off athletes tail as you as with this is a bit more like you know how will you sort of conversations anyway I. Think it's pretty scary. It's a good authentic tale of from the Horse's mouth. So to speak NOCCO Horse, she'd batter me. So, there you go. So patrons, of course can now go to page on and listen to describe her spiritual reading. She had with none other than celebrity medium Derek Accord and a Roberts, and it's patenting if you're not patron but you want to be able to pay on dot com forward slash, we need to talk about ghost or click the link in the description and go sign up in the meantime. Time, guys tatty by take. An speak to you for part do a on Wednesday. Okay. Don't forget. You GotTa story that you want to send in during. Week Senate to contact at we need to talk about ghosts, Dot Com and what I'll do. You see I'll leave the mouth for that's what I do and it's how the show works. Okay. Guys I. Hope you enjoyed this little off and it will finish up on Wednesday. Okay. Taty by all W by. Dan.
Inside Supercars - Show 307 Jayden Ojeda
"Hi on Fabian Coulthard I've run welcome inside typifies Shane Van Ginsburg from the rebel holden racing team him. From the rice treks across Australia he is inside supercars. Will joining us on the line. Now is a man who well, maybe a week ago thought he'll be running the matthew white. THIRTY ONE AT THE SUPER TWO RACISM A. At a few days later died no Jada now going to be in both the super to Rice end the main one fails and Ba'athist event. How is that deal come together and congratulations? Being able to put the deal together. To everyone I guess. Looking looking forward to the obviously it's kind of a dream come true for my thought of things. Got Tabatha, some noise running the rice it into the call up of the rice share and is loaded quite a reputation for bringing young in giving Sautin. Obviously, those young is gone to make make of going on to make great trees and supercars. It's absolutely cool and Scott the call. extraordinaire satellite the other week from Gary. On Excel explain the situation situation was. Austin. Where where with it and I? It's interested at all and obviously my response loose, right? Yes. and something I. Absolutely. Want to just another connecting Dotson I guess getting do over the line of it wasn't in the water that makes still moderate. The cost of that was still in the background as well Just needed. To stop being come, have a backup and. I it didn't. You have been running up through the saupiquet ranks over the past few years since leaving formula four and and cats before that. was, will you actively looking for a a one thousand seat throughout this year? I'm not entirely came into. This year the rookie. Not. Too High of expectations just to skype the strong makes we bright improvements and then possibly look to get a car drive for next season but. Yeah. See we have had a really good shooter to make some really good progress. It's Which? I think on the right a little bit but it's donate a few more without. The. Up some overlaps especially chocolate Baptist and get that third one, thousand, eight, hundred, but the it's a great opportunity. So what was the process they gary rings you up and you then have to go to work to see if you can keep your partners on board and get them activated on running in the one thousand in some respects wouldn't be too high, but it is a difficult market out there. Yeah absolutely the joys of thing a lot of there wasn't much exposure less than the sell Something I work really hard on his own sponsorship partnerships is grateful for the partners of the as in the ones that continuing to bought me to this day obviously having that limited kind of exposure on the GonNa drop off the Chinese. To get. Businesses interested in a lot of businesses that and being lost minute try and get people to commit. Obviously makes it hard really really lucky to a group of Group of backers that really wanted to. Do the rice and with Janati. Automated. They. Do Happen which which is crying. Now you. Doing Business and communications degree at the University of Western Sydney. So How is that complementing your ambition to be a full-time motorsport racing driver? I'm in my third year Monte Great Mining It's it's definitely helped me improve. Understand. The business side of Motorsport is a lot of money moving around a lot of commitment you're GONNA make. So understanding the other side of the fence just jumping in the car driving is quickey gain understanding what a business want from spot from sponsorship and our make value. I'm always make returns. And I, think I can talk the I guess a lot of people that are around the same change and improve in ways like that. Over the years and I was more witty. Wish that. Ultimately yeah. It's kind of got me to almost. By the way. Do Together and Talk to talk to businesses love shoots difficult when you're a young fellow trying to talk to someone that's. More experienced a lot more business experience and what you have in trying to get them to give you money and convincing a good idea. So it's definitely helped me in that. And you have had some great partners going back. To caddying days where people they now become onboard and support you through that. Yeah. Yeah. All the same. Thing I had my first over to main about. Eleven or twelve obviously wasn't Mamo diets. Being able to kind of nurture relationships, lock that, and some of those backers from McCartney is still with stay. So I'm really grateful those relationships and also really grateful for those new relationship so being able to be able to see this the. Introduction of Jayco until the car which was. An Australian nine brand Off Remote Sport through Australia in general So it's great to get that recognition with a big brand and some other big brands as well. Face Global Logistics and transport So it's been in terms of sponsorship. Really. To make the hat other because a lot of businesses do struggled during his time. So I'm really happy. Happy. Grateful. That I've got responses to with me. And you're out of Henry's you've raised a lot in New South Wales, as well around the country in cats. So jumping in the car with Tyler Everingham won't be that strange because you would have seen him around a lot of the major races that you've competed at. Yeah Funny. Enough. We ll rising against each other when we were young his double from. We will cross paths along the way they are going to go up as he got to watch me grow up verge being cooled obviously. Racially someone that you've. Chair that powerful obvious initiate that same story so is going to be cool to be able to connect on that front. And had he said goals you? You were running in the Matthew Watts Motorsport Nissan in the Super Tuesday and teammate with the current championship leader in Thomas. Randall. So obviously, you looking to get yourself on the podium for that event. Now, how do you focus on a podium in your regular championship car and then making show you put your best foot forward in the one thousand. Yeah, it's juggling a few bullets. It's definitely going to be a difficult tossed but like I said, I've got to write your army sporting and nurture may along. And I'm definitely GONNA be landing and relying on a lot of their experiences to help me for Put me in the wrong direction because of. A lack that little bit of experience when it comes to that situation But yeah, it's definitely going to be tough jumping for one car to another. Boxy, we should be Allah. But. Ultimately my always to get a really good wrote in super to and hopefully finished on the podium. And then to the Super Cadre the one, thousand and I guess it's just the maids getting the experience getting that first one thousand on the about getting those lots. All. Invaluable. LAPS. Yeah have you run on the Baathist circuit in anything other than a Formula Ford. Did the six our last year in a Cosby W which I guess it's relatively quick but. closest clemens now on Conrad Quick. So, it's definitely going to be a world of different. But in that Rice, you get to understand the track and where everything is. So it's means that you have a good grounding and basis to to get out airing both the super two and the gang. Yeah I think partly by the end of the week, any complaining about lap some sloppy. Motive than that many so. Yeah. It's GONNA be Great. You get so many laps on the boats at Bathurst Six out year kind of a lot of experiences did a long stint. Hopefully. Jumping into the become somewhat used to it or might be completely new to doing long stints But Yeah, look at. Bit Complete. New Kill Fish to me. Now, pot of what you've been doing with your rising career, you sit up gold club Joe, which is a way that people can become part of your journey through your mind racing career. Yeah. Okay. I mean it's nothing new to. Send up a up membership. Program and all the rest side. It's just a wife. A lot of people that I've grown up way for a lot of people have seen chronic grow up and got the ranks. Obviously can't support means sponsorship in big big dollars still obviously a why they can help out and get something from it and get an item in the car and get a little g causes along the way. So just trying to give. You support those want to help me as well. And you were focusing on what you do. Mount Panorama have you had to up the offering here in the last few days. Out of Maine. Blowing up that much to. Change anything out being lost already on the King of doing things Austin. So we'd Kinda just left it left it as is the super to car and Tom I think may almost to get my head indicates a rice next weekend. Have you spoken with tyler bail what your goals are what you planning to do to give. Ya Look. Ultimately, we had a mating Jeremy decided around June today and that was good top corner by what what expectation dog and what what we want from the weekend and how we're GONNA do it. How are we gonNA plan is so it was good obviously with such a Agassi play on unorganized event everything happening last minute to have that clarity. And everyone just being on the same page those those really beneficial. have. You been surprised by the fact that you announced that you're going to be running with Gio arraignment and probably in the circumstances as well. How much media attention that you have been up to Ghana from this this sudden move. Always knew lost the deal the rights on GONNA get a lot of exposure. It's Adr It's a state that's been heavily talked about other serious knife and unfortunately having the situation did the any means but Be The front page stories. Well Jiji. We do wish you all the very best. We're looking forward to seeing how Key coughing feeding both classes because? You mean the amongst the super to championship and then obviously looking to. Set yourself up for a fantastic one thousands well. Yeah absolutely. Thank you very much. Thanks very much Jiji joining us here on inside supercars. Inside Supercars is produced by Fund Media Judy next time for more or locking the podcast garage change mobile device search inside supercars. The views expressed on inside supercars including the panelists and guests do not reflect the views of the network. Thunder media will sport radio. Any publication will rebroadcast the show without the expressed written permission of thunder media is strictly prohibited.
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Lawrence J. Tabas 5-17-20
"Good Morning America. This is the catch table. Tomcats Matiz here Sunday morning. And everybody's focusing on November Pennsylvania is a battleground state and people say so whenever we go. Swell cody election with us. This morning is the chairman of the Republican Party of Pennsylvania and it was a republican state back in two thousand Sixteen Champ Lawrence Tabas. How YOU MR chip. I'm doing very well John. It's very nice to talk to you and your listeners. There are sexual fights between Governor Wolf and business community and it seems like a beyers split it two states to one in the east from Philadelphia. Very liberal the one on in Pittsburgh and west coast of Pennsylvania very conservative. Give us your evaluation. What's going on first of all? It's the governor. Wolf is not just the dogs with our business community. He's an odds with the entire workforce and the unions in this state as well as the business community. He has shut down our state in a manner that has not been transparent. He has not followed national guidelines on what businesses were necessary for life sustaining activities. That forty nine other states adhere to Democrat and Republican states as secretive process granting waivers for businesses and a very mysterious plan to reopen the counties in this state and John as you correctly point out we have the eastern part of the state dominated by Philadelphia in the southeast very liberal democratic populations but Husky relations that were doing phenomenal under president trump. The Loews employment rate among African Americans Hispanics Latinos Asian Americans women in the south of Pittsburgh in the West more conservative area More traditionalist but also union workers energy workers in the southwestern part of our states do phenomenal under president trump. But now Governor Wolf. He shut everything down. We have the largest unemployment rate in the United States right now in Pennsylvania. I Know Governor Woven. Usually you know he was a businessman and usually at a lot of common sense. Where did he go wrong? Is He following the Democratic Governors? The other states you absolutely correct John. He is a businessman. He has specific experience. But here's where he is gone wrong. He has been very secretive and not collaborative. In this process he has not brought in the legislature. Our leaders are United States. Senators Senator Toomey in particular. Who's on the president asked force for reopened this thing he hasn't brought in business leaders county commissioners and collaborated with them on? What is the best way to deal with this crisis? He holds off in his mouth. Who RETREAT WORK. Pennsylvania very secretive you'll have conversations with legislative leaders and then an hour and a half after those calls he does something completely different than what he said was something that never discussed. The problem has been with. Governor Wolf is that he's not collaborating and opening up the process to that all Pennsylvania Democrats Republicans independent can have confidence in the direction that we're going and that's his biggest fall here and that's what has John. You know the worst thing he's done is he's not giving anybody in this state any reason or cause for hope for optimism that things will get better and there is a plane at least the president of the United States does that every single day. That's what Governor. Wolf is really dropped the ball here chairman Tabatha chairman of of the GOP in Pennsylvania. Thank you for your comments and thank you for calling into Sunday morning and we'll beginning. Pacu again in the next few weeks thank you John. And I'm a longtime listener. I love your show thank you. This is the cats roundtable. We'll be right back.
SQUAD | The Perfect Sandwich
"Today's episode of no Dunks is brought to you by remarkably remote. A new daily micro cast from the experts at Goto. Meeting all about making work from home work for you with indispensable. Intel on how to stay sane motivated and productive at home. We're here to help you. In this brave new remote working world find us on smart speakers or subscribe on your favorite podcast APP. You can also listen at gotomeeting dot com slash tips. That's Goto meeting dot com slash. Tips A swim world and welcome to the PODCAST SERIES. Squad the show where we draft teams like were the general manager. The only catch very specific draft pool or work in from it's Tuesday April. Seventh G skeets and joining us from their high tech conference rooms. We got tasks we got tray. We Got Lee and super producer. Jd houser by doing today. Great hungry everybody's ready to get drafted. You know it well before we get into it. A friendly reminders. Email us any and all of your MBA questions and comments to know that the athletic dot com. We'll be stepping on the beach. This Wednesday follow us on social media both twitter and at no dunk in over on facebook at facebook dot com slash dunk. We'll I guess it's official. We're now on facebook and yesterday. We dropped a brand new film session for you reviewing Nineteen ninety-seven classic Airbud. It was a lot of fun. Everybody hated it. We also discussed all the sequels and I had a bunch of other sports. I'd like to see Airbud try and then I brought up the idea that there's rumors they're going to be making a new air. Bud and I suggested buddy should take his skills to the courtroom. Because Josh's mom tells him he'd make a great lawyer. We didn't know really what to call that. Potential new air bud series Lee. You suggested Judge Bud Berry funny name but some fans had some other great ideas. I just wanted to throw them at you. Hear guys before we get drafting John Campbell. He wrote Bud esquire attorney at paw. That's that's good travis. Wrote earbud Beagle precedent with the tagline. The PAW is on his side Chris M. wrote Airbud pro Bono and At real real Dave wrote Airbud Pau school keeping it simple and then he wrote Josh and Bud get into Harvard law. Harvard makes the final four but the two top Harvard players get sick before the game. Josh and Bud present their case in front of the NCWA court and are allowed to play in the final. Just wrote the whole script for us right. Brilliant earbud possible. Yeah so great. Suggestions air by anyone and go back and listen to that film session as we. We basically went scene by scene through Airbud and really broke it down and just ripped on screen by torture scene. Yeah it was very very funny all right. Today's draft theme though guys today on squad it comes from a no dunks fan named. Shane is from Ireland. Who suggested we just keep it simple and draft the perfect sandwich yeah It's that that easy now. I'd like to be clear here. Shane I guess is not the first person to think of this idea the very funny. All fantasy everything podcast. The drafted sandwiches would a back in the day. I think back in two thousand sixteen featured. I'm pretty sure that featured Jake and Amir so we're not trying to step on anyone's toes here not trying to nibble from anyone sandwich. We saw because there's things going around on twitter. We saw Ian Carmelo's pretty upset onto the ringer for maybe jacking. Potential idea of pop culture draft ideas. But I would like to point out. We've been doing these. Dumb stupid drafts. Since two thousand twelve as the Basketball Jones we did a movie draft and I think we did a TV drafts and a few other ones as well. And if I remember correctly to an idea that sorta was inspired from the kissing kissing. Suzy Kolber guys those. Og blog boys because they were doing stuff online so obviously a format. That's been out there for a while just to make everything right in the world. I'M GONNA put Carmel on my sandwich. Okay ooh that you're spread sweet sandwich hadn't even considered it. You never know okay. Yeah we have. We have five different categories. This sandwich draft. It's pretty straightforward right in the first round. We'll be drafting. The bread in the second round will be drafting the spread in the third round. We'll be drafting. The meat in the Fourth Round. We'll be drafting the VEG- okay the veggie that you're throwing on and in the fifth and final round. We're each going to draft him aside. Okay so those are the five the bread the spread the meet the Veg and the side task pointed out yesterday yesterday. Slack Channel. It does sound like the lamest Diem ex lyrics of all time and we've probably insert that clip of trade dropping it down Brit dispirit. The meet the VEG. Yeah not surprisingly. I had enough time to record a DM X. cover about sandwiches. So yeah you killed it there so you may have noticed that were missing one crucial ingredient when it comes to making a sandwich. Where's the cheese? I've good news guys and JD. Needed accuse some celebratory music free cheese for everybody for everybody. It's like the free space on the BINGO card. Everybody gets cheesed. So if you want cheese you'll have but if you want it and you WanNa throw it on your sandwich. Just added near the end of the PODCAST. When we recap our delicious creations. Okay got it as always each and every one of us get a crack at the number one. Pick and one of the five rounds so draft hard discuss your selections. You can make trades if you want and remember that the listeners will ultimately decide who has crafted the Sandwich. We determined the draft order yesterday. And tassie you on the first overall pick in the bread category. How difficult choice this is. How can I pick a bread when I don't know what I'm it with? I've got to pick a quite a versatile loaf. I might pick one. I like might not fill it with anything if I'm not left with good choices in the other categories but I'm picking something that is so good it can stand on its own. GimME A for Catcher Brad. So so vicious not. I'm I'm thinking a nice thinner one. It's a soft on the inside a little crispy on the outside little salt sprinkled on top probably best friends rose and Mary sprinkled on profits. I can have it on its own. And that's what I'm worried about picking I in this category. I want it to be able to live by itself. Focaccia is all right with me as they say in the in the bread making business. I liked them. We made this at least a little more difficult. You're right task by putting bread. I without knowing what the heck you're even going out and do those other. Podcasts put bread. I doubt it. I don't know I can't say all right. So Kasha off the board the first pick here in creating the perfect symbol. The other nice thing about drafting Kacha is that if you get tired just throwdown slice. That's so pillowy just rest on it. No problem all right. J. D. U. Of the second pick here in the bread category with the second pick in the bread category. Yeah you said it. It's really hard to know what to pick if you don't know your meat so I'm GonNa go is a bit of a homer pick Maybe a little off the board here. I am going with a Montreal style. Bagel looming on my board got. That's right and and it's going to have sesame not the not the black seeds which I the poppy seeds which I do enjoy but I think that not knowing what's ahead. The sesame is a little more versatile so yeah sesame seed on wintry all style big good choice. Jd good choice. Thank you Deep on my board but I but I thought yeah I thought it would go actually so I'm glad to see Bagel bagels. I liked that one. The most traded down though I really do L. Montreal. Bagel was killing at the combine. Everybody is delighted. I have last pick in the meat category so I was really really considering trading but and you know what for Caccia was not even on my list. Oh List it was. It was lower okay so Trail third pickier inbred. We've been drafting for a long time. And this is the most nervous I've ever been for a draft. It's all about fit versus best ingredient available. I'm going best ingredient available from top to bottom here starting with the French beget how stolen from Lee. Come on get with GONNA last two number new work on the phones early dog. The thing is I have actually written a French beget as we begin the most classic of course as a French word so there is a French. Spaghetti France try to somehow got ticked off about this. I'm sure it was on the phone late. Getting the inside scoop on everyone saying Russian get is up for grabs. All the gets are now see. That's that's the predicament. Here are all bagels off the board. Yeah see I I think in this case I do too because we get later on. We get to the VEG- category. Yeah you can't have a sauteed onion and somebody else come in and say I'm having my onion raw exactly fly. So yeah all bagels off the board. I agree okay. Okay so are you all about the staleness factor possibly tray of a French baguette. I'm not honestly with that worried about it. Because I'm just GONNA make one giant Sandwich and edith right away and leftover will be left over for at most the day wrapped very tightly incredibly tightly filled with whatever kind of toppings. I'm going to get here. Hopefully they hold up as well. Barbara potentially going to pull them at Austin and scoop out the bread of your bread. Never Aston's extra breath throw it on the inside of my a little bit better. Your side later on is going to be the filling of brands. The mets third extra all right Lee or you're up here with the fourth pick. I can't believe this because I was ready with all those questions had. They're worried about being style. Because I was going to talk about the time in Paris where I bought the French Breguet from a seven eleven and then the next morning it was still just as fresh stuff going to hold so I had everything ready. Someone computer or something. That's what I can't believe. One of the most popular brands of all time. Got Any of your bread stories or the easiest scout for when it comes to you gave it away years looking for that is true but well with the fourth pick in the bread category of the sandwich draft. I'm going to have to go deep here and yesterday. I actually Google the world's top fifty breads and CNN CNN travel actually actually had a very very good lists in Fact Ski T. You'd be happy to know that number two was a lavish from Armenia. I don't know if you're familiar with it or not but I shouldn't say actually they're not actually the not actually ranked like fifty to one. That was just the second one on the list. I didn't actually those. Thank you for picking. Well I'M GONNA go third. Pick the draft board. And it's I want to talk about on my top five breads. It's the America from Chile. So it's it's got a nice fluffy interior which is great so later on as I get further into my sandwich. You'll see why it works because it can so pop a little bit of the little bit the other spreads and things like that God so this is great. I remember I had one of these in Chile. They are fantastic. I can't vouch for it not my first. Pick not my first pick. We'll say that but I'm very happy with America is still okay yes. You've you've talked a lot about bread before five cats so we know we know you're leaning. Okay Well Yeah. I had the last pick here in this category. You guys have selected some of the breads. I had on my my bread board. It's tough I don't know where to go with my file. Pick because there's lots of course still out there but do you get a little creative or do you just sort of keep it simple like a multi grain or something like that or do I go swimming with a with a crazy like Brioche like I knew you guys were going to have these cool fun. Picks you guys have knocked it out of the park. But I was thinking like like they'll be a whole wheat just sitting there for me and like you know a unit bread you can use with many things but I am going to go with the fifth pick plan. I'm going to go Tabatha. Okay Italian bread right a classic I would say in the bread world and I feel comfortable being able to use that moving forward sort of as a building block for my perfect sandwich so Shibata off the Board Pita Bread survives the Potato Bun survives brioche like I said multi. Let's hear from you guys out there making your pick. How thank you going with that your bias? So how big is this low similar to? Yeah your predicament. Like you were saying like can be very sick. You said you're going more thinner. I'm SORTA with you like that idea. I don't want it to be too thick. I don't want it to you know the bread an important part of sandwich but I don't want it like dominating the sandwich so ongoing like you like a thinner sort of style with that wheat flour salt eastern water perfect mixture their bread done. Let's go to the spread J. D. of the first pick I pick the spread their lava a lot of pressure. Here a lot of pressure. Now do you know again without the knowledge of the meat? It's impossible to go straight up. Mayo I mean there's only a couple of I can. I clarify something before like if you took a Mayo. Let's say Does that mean alias off the board being basically. Mayo like garlic mail like you know what I mean. Does that mean honey mustard Clarify that for. I think that has to be the case right. Yeah I think so I am going for you. Know what. Give me male. Just get this strange sure. Why not yeah sure you know. It's pretty faultless. Really Versatile now. You cannot whatever meat you one into that really era and I. This is the first draft that I haven't had a predetermined plan. Winging this time you have to. It's very nerve. Wracking actually is on. There is there is something about this draft within each category of having the first pick is a lot of pressure. It's like what the maybe the second third or fourth I don't know somewhere around there. Okay so may also I know that Matteo's probably listening and he'd probably just through his iphone across the room soon as I picked. So why do you say that? I picked a Montreal Bagel. Now I'm going to put Mayo and his and sacrilegious. I don't even know it's fine. It's fine we have a rule that at the end of all this. We have to make our sandwiches and US. You know really taste test them so that I would kill for big with. May on it. Okay all right insanity regret. Pick right Are you got an egg salad on that? You're done. Jd that's true? That's true all day of the Second. Pick in the spread category man. This is tough. It's so tough. Is this an omen durant scenario where there's a top to? Mayo and Mustard. I gotta go mustard. Whoever takes male? You're getting the other one. The second pick it's easy. I don't know what a what a peanut butter ends up being my protein. I'll be insane male mustard and peanut butter. No thank you. I need a little spice in my life. This is a reach at the number two pick. Sharda give me the Spicy Spice Guy. Neera a little bit oily. A little crunchy a little ferment spicy. Remind me reminds us of your bread again. I got a French. Begets getting the entire world filled with spicy flower. Okay okay this is a yeah. I didn't see that. Pick come in at number two for sure surreal reach. Are we allowed to have a product that contains vinegar l? Let's find out here. Lee of the third pick in the spread category with the third pick in the spread. Category the sandwich draft. I'm pretty happy these were still on the board. I'm going with an avocado spread like guacamole little bit of garlic in there and red onion. I'm not sure if that eliminates them for the rest of the drop but I'm just getting there because I want a little bit of a little bit of kicking they with Avocado spread. So that's what I'm going with Nice. Wow okay keeping it giving it healthy. Yeah tried to narrow. It gets worse though. He gets out of hand in the next round so okay so avocado spread off the board. All right. Let's keep it moving here. I can't believe it's dropped to fourth here. I the first pick in this category and I will select. I'll I'll take all I guess variations of mustard. I'm honey fan myself. I love spicy mustard as well but I guess I get all the mustard can give me all the honey on the top piece of of spicy on the bottom piece mustard drop in a forest. I can't believe that went forth. I'm happy with that. Yeah and you pick. Yeah huge huge and look if People WanNa talk traits my phone. Mustards off the board tasks. Yes tasks has the final pick here in the spread category. A I'm very excited. I think I know what you're going to take. I'm taking an olive tappin. Add all lives are me. I am olives if I had a set designed after me it would be all this baby and so I'm very qaulified a Kalamata. I love my olives. I'm going crazy here at home eating olives and I'm very pumped that's available. Did you consider Zeki Sauce for me? Just fine. Sure sure would be a very respectable? It's just it's so strange you know it's like you get so many ingredients in. Its Ezekiel got vegetables and put. Hey I'm not I'm not. I can't argue adjourn narrow. I can't argue an avocado spread and I thought about just dip in my coaching peanut butter and calling it a day and walking away from the other three categories. I'm very pumped with my olive tapping Ed. Okay let's keep it going. Third Round third category is the category before we get to trae. Who has the number one pick? I got up point out TRAE. It looked like you were scrambling a little bit here. Before the draft at eight twenty. Am I see Trey Kerby tweet? What is the best meat for sandwiches throwing out there? He's looking for something so tray with the number one. Pick in the category. What did you select? Honestly skeets as you're exactly right. I was racking my brain all last night trying to decide. What is the perfect meat to take number one? You can't botch this. Couldn't sleep had asked the people this morning. I told you I was going best ingredient available no matter what. I didn't do that in the last round however I picked jar number two. What an idiot. But I'm picking something good here. The Lebron James of the meat draft. GimMe Turkey Oh yeah I gotTA DO? I don't know whether that would necessarily be my number one favorite meat to have on a sandwich. But I'm not going to be mad having Turkey Jordan era and the beget. It's a good start. Yeah sounds like a delicious Sandwich You think this could be. Yeah the first couple of picks at least could be pretty obvious but you never know what the wildcard here Lee. What do you think well? I'm trying to stay away from me as much as possible these days but when I do eat it I'm trying to find the healthiest but for the sake of this draft and for the sandwich that I'm trying to build with the second pick in the meat category I'm going with biking straight off the Barbecue Grill Grill Bake. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah. I've been firing up the web lightly with charcoal and Baker. A smokey bacon off the barbecue is fantastic. It goes so well with avocado as well for what else. I'm building sandwich. So yeah I mean the thing is I did think about this. I thought maybe we're actually going to have to build these sandwiches and I thought I don't really want to be eating bacon again but then again what the hell why not. I might give it a shot living on the edge twice a year. That's the thing about biking is so good at all. I smell good. But it's just so awful for you but what the has lead. You are crazy. I've never heard of anybody grilling bacon. In my life drips through the slats. No no no. No no you get a good healthy sized slice of light across the slats so it's not gonNA slide down there and in this time of year when you flare ups like crazy. You can't a little bit. Yeah a little bit a little bit but it's worth it doesn't have to be on a long. That's a thing you just have to put it on for for a short time flip and then you can see those crewmax shot like a fat strip of Bacon Lee or are you thinking more of like a regular slice like I'm thinking probably three slices of thin irregular sized biking because on the Marquette or it's quite big so you've got you've got room there. Yeah thin. The veteran yeah. It's great. I mean you can just sort of see it. Bubbling up and then you can smell it and it's all charcoal smokey. It's it's great okay. All right I'll bacon. Yeah can't can't are you. That one often number two. I have the third pick here in Category I had a feeling Turkey. Would go about beacon would be in the mix but I wasn't going to select that I'm also keeping it simple taking what I I believe to be. The best available meet in the draft. Honey glazed smoked Ham Turkey and ham high on people's Sandwich less. I love love him and I like. I like how it fits with my team with the Tabatha in the mustard. So honey glazed smoked ham or the Ham category hand family is called her own ham on all forms of hand. Thought about the Jose called her own angle. Yeah I get Jose's Hams almost saying on fault task force pick in the category with the fourth pick in the meat category. Need something salty? Need Something Fatty. GimMe just straight Salami. Simple as cry Yup. Just give that pig. I think it's going to go well with my FA- catch my olive tapping Adam. I'm starting to build a bit of a muffled letter and pretty happy with that. I'm pretty happy with the slight. You know there's so many categories of Salami. I could get specific but theresa get the Theresa. Does that count as a Salami? I think so. Think the related in doing some research for this. I got a little worried because as a kid like I grew up the whitest household of all time and like I swear to God the only meat I ever ate on a sandwich was summer. Sausage never somersaults. The newly meet. Good meet you know. It's fine but I read that. It is a very of course high in fat and cholesterol and sodium of all the lunch meats and then like I got really scared because it said several recent studies have suggested a link between a high daily consumption of cured meats like a summer sausage and certain types of cancer got. I had so much summer sausage growing up as a kid like I had that like I swear to God four or five times a week But you know I'm health right now. Yeah I guess because it was just a cheap deli meat. I think you'll summer sausage. Getting picked up Old Trafford Mama's. Who's been listening my mom's loving our podcast recently. Because we're not talking about basketball. I'm sure she's loving the sandwich one. Why did I eat so much summer? Sausage all right so task takes US Alami in building a sandwich. Jd of the final. Pick well before I pick. Can I interest you in a trade? Hello go on maybe my mayo for your mustard. I hate to say this judy but I am one of the rare people in the world. That absolutely hates man. I I actually. I'm not kidding. I loathe male. I do not like it. Okay no problem sorry interesting. Little Jordan era granting the number two pick and spreads I'M GONNA GO STRAIGHT UP. Well Egg Salad right because can. I do an egg salad as and find. Yeah Yeah of course again. Egg Salad of course is definitely a meat holden who who came before it can is P. Meal Bacon on the board or is all bacon completely off off. Ask Yeah I think it has to be off. Okay all right egg salad for me. Your meat is egg. Salad meat is is that a spread. I mean now to me is the the main event. So yes that was at the bottom of the protein protein. Yeah I had it in there. I have egg salad sandwich for breakfast. Perhaps you there you go to McDonald's you get an egg sandwich sandwich. There's an egg in there. Okay all right. Let's go to the fourth round category. It is the Veg- Lee of the first pick in the healthy category. Yes I'm trying to recreate one of my favorite sandwiches and I'm GONNA come up to ingredients short no matter what he because I've lost egg. Of course that's off the table. I don't know if that's even a thought about it but I'm going to have down tomato lettuce. I'm just saying that's what I'm saying. I put there as I wonder if this one would pass a veg. Anyway it's off the board. Nasa doesn't matter eggplant maybe ooh notch choice. Yeah maybe okay well with the first pick in the category of the sandwich draft. I'm going with tomato also off the grill next to the Bacon there. I'm just GONNA PLUNKETT. The couple of nights big juicy slices put it on the grill again. Ten fifteen seconds. Flip it over. That's all you need and then bang it onto that America. It's a beautiful tasting sandwiches. Well right now and it's also the thing is I was thinking about. Let's think about egg as as I sit there. Those two maybe destroyed out a little bit. The tomato gives it a little bit of juice. So I'm feeling pretty good about the sandwich right now. It would have been interesting if I had selected ketchup as my spread and I thought long and hard about it with tomato have been off the more. I think that's different. I think that's I know there's no real tomato ketchup in Heinz. Exactly yeah okay so to me. That's a good pick a strong pick. I have the second pick in the veggie category. I'm not over thinking it as well. I am going with an idol net. Really the only time I ever eat it is on a sandwich and then that is iceberg lettuce. I almost I don't know I almost never eat it. Otherwise but God don't on Sandwiches Delicious. That little crispness little cleanness to your sandwich so I'm throwing it on. Mine I love. How my teams coming together. I have built actually such basic. It's hilarious but it is what it is. GonNa be good lunch so lettuce off the board task of the third pick classic to of Gone Tomato and I get the first pick in that category so I love how the draft shook down here in terms of where we were picking. Yeah I dislike tomato because I think he can be a little too overpowering. I don't know how well that's going to go with your Bacon. Lee GotTa be honest. It's GonNa Mitch. Pretty well when it's coming off the grill together you get an oil and both of them you know. Just when they're both ready to remove them and slap them into that that's going to be greater coming. I've never been to Chile and I've never had America so I wouldn't have no I with my fa- Kacha and all tap an ad Salami as I said I'm I'm building the Muffle. Outta I'm putting pickled banana peppers said tasks. Oh I love it. Yeah so you made a point of saying pickled so as pickles off the board then no no no. No they're not. I'm actually surprised as we know. You're a big pickle Guy Yup well there's another category still to come my friend. You're right you're right option. You're absolutely right. Maybe now I should draft it first and I was comfortable. I was comfortable saying that right now because I know that big spear isn't going besides your sandwich you know me too. Well you know me all you take your just taking a simple Pinocchio Jd your badge. Okay did you WanNa take a beat as your veggie is prime rib considered vegetable With the fourth pick in the veggie category I'm going to take tribe DOPP and sprinkle it on top of my eggs. Okay the most beautiful looking sandwich right. Yeah Yeah can you go through your four categories show. My bread is a material Bagel My spread is male may meet is egg salad and my veg is a chives chopped up to chat or recording this at ten forty eastern. Am might might factor into your. Sandra feels like breakfast sandwich. Maybe all rally had we been doing this that Yeah like two or three in the afternoon. Who doesn't change where everybody interesting okay? tray of the final pick in the VEG- category thankfully still a lot of vegetables leftover. But they're all the vegetables. Luckily though I drafted Jordan era early carrying most of my vegetables flavor profile. I just need something to take up some space. GimMe Bean sprouts interesting. Yeah there is space space filler. For sure you know you mostly getting them Jimmy Johns. I feel like that's the place where you're seeing. Bean sprouts most often on a sandwich and I don't mind him getting lettuce. That's a little bit more like hair. So if you're a hairier experience. Give me some sprouts and you know. I'm of course. Happy to get some form of being on my what the Brand Sarah. There are other spreads. That are pretty savvy as well. I think there's onion sprouts and Broccoli sprouts have read those I think so but sure I mean I would give them a try. Not on the Sandwich can took the bean. But yeah I mean when we're doing part to Share any other Veg- I know we've talked a pickle maybe making its way to the side part of the draft but anything else left out there will shock. Didn't get picked like a cucumber straight up. I don't know an onion you can throw an onion on. That's true. I was thinking about on but caramelized onions. Basically tribe is sort of like an onion. Isn't it yeah that's okay well? Let's finish this off the fifth round. it is the side category So something that you're putting on your plate beside that sandwich that you just created you already called my shot but the number one pick I have and I am selecting. I'm selecting chips so I guess I'm still specifically selecting like a kettle chip like Miss Vicki's type A chip. You know it. I want a chip when eating a sandwich. That has a little integrity to it a chip. I feel comfortable doing my taxes or watching my kids ship. I feel comfortable coming over to help me. Install a back porch something with integrity and Yeah I WANNA one of those type chips luck. My my preference for a flavor of a chip changes from month to month. I've talked about it before you know I'll go on a big sour cream and onion run and then suddenly I'm going for barbecue for a couple of months and the Jalapeno. Whatever I guess. GimMe a barbecue chip. I love that beside a sandwich. So chips off the board I was so pumped the number one pick in this category. It's GonNa ask you up next. This category is wide open. So many things you can pick as a side note. WanNa go healthy and have some Greens. I'M GONNA cut my pickle into four. Give me a quarter pickle spear. I don't need the other three quarters I was like. What do you do with the other? Three little taste shadow to man. Marc Spears. I just need one quarter and that's all. I need beside my sandwich because my sandwiches the meal. I need to get full on anything else will you? Will you eat pickle a law as you eat your sandwich like bite for bite or will you save it till after the Sandwich we have before? I'm just curious how very good it's kind of like chips. I do change it up. Yeah sometimes I wanted before. Wow Wow pre pickle yes sometimes. I need to match it with my sandwich. So I'm done half my sandwich and needs to be done half my pickle. Now it's a pickle eight now it's an eighth of a pickle living podcast task talking about pickles commentate on a pickle versus sandwich race. We had an agent of a sandwich on this. We come down to we. We used to order Jimmy Johns in the office and a pickle would come alongside sandwiches. Is that right the buried under that paper? Yeah right and even even after it was buried under the paper wrap of a sandwich in sort of a container for like skeets not a pickle fan. He had a warm sandwich on that pickle. Who's done that sandwich? It was basically melted pickle underneath that piece of paper. I would go in there and I'd take it back. I mean it's not the most enjoyable way to eat a pickle but still a pickle you wanted you would always take my jimmy pickle juice like my friend. Lisa Brown love a good pickle. Just WanNa shout out everyone. I know on par. Gd Of the third pick in the side category with the third pick in the side category still wide open feels like I'M GONNA STICK WITH MY FEM- here and it says maybe a little off the board but I'm going with a potato latter okay. A little bit of Something they give you the choice Usually between a sour cream and an apple sauce to go with it. I'm taking both Gonna mix and match as Xining side exactly exactly potato or make them at home. Jd feels like it's I don't I don't know a lot of people that do either but You're always when you can eat them. You take them down trait you have the fourth picking the site. Category Fourth picking the side category and I got eggs on the brain eggs. They could be aside. Does it go great with Turkey Sandwich? I don't know that's why my side is going to be a milkshake blaming chips easily. Maybe even a pickle spear next but once those two are gone. I'm moving off the salty and I'm looking for something sweet. It's not so much aside as a deserve but you know they'll probably serve it to you at the same time or if you're making it yourself you make up your sandwich to come in a little bit later. Mix Up your milkshake and everybody's happy with that. Shut Down Right. Okay milkshake. Yeah I was wondering if a beverage was gonNA come in and lay here in the side Kagwa. It was wonder who's flavors would prefer chocolate malt. But I'm not a picky man anything that's not fruit. Flavored is good by me. Did anybody consider taking a vanilla pudding? Cup as their side league. Final picking a side category. What are you with the fifth and final? Pick in the side category in two months. I'm not sure exactly where to go because I'm looking at the side. Everyone's waiting for their sandwich. I don't really care about the side. So what am I gonNA give them going to snack on? It's not going to fill them up too much and they're also GONNA joy so. I'm just going with with a standard. I know we'll be successful. That's a ball of unqoute carrots while you're waiting fuel bacon and tomato and just have a carrot carrot. You know your bed. Don't eat a lot of fatty rubbish there. With the biking eight carat you'll feel great cooked. Carrots make it appear in the last pick a sandwich draft. That's that's a perfect perfectly all right. Well let's let's recap The sandwiches we have created. And if you want you can throw in some cheese. Remember free cheese morale's so it's up to you if you want to chuck it in their specific with whatever cheeser thrown on tasks. What's your sandwich creation? It is of Caccia Bread. Filled with a Nice Salami spread is all of tappin add. I've got a pickled banana pepper on there and cheese. I totally forgot about Free CHEESE GOTTA TAKE IT. GotTa take it. GotTa take it it. Just give me a Provo loan on their side. Why pickle okay? That's decent sound and sailors to me. Jd What's what's your breakfast sale. I I think this could be a long sandwich to Montreal. Style Bagel with sesame seeds Male straight up male I got eggs. Salad is my protein. My vegetable is a chives chopped up sprinkled on top. I'm serving this. Open faced my My side is a potato latte go with both sour cream and apple sauce and no cheese for me. Thank okay lactose intolerant. Now it really goes with eggs okay. All right trade your sandwich. I gotTA beget hottest. Pick in round draft. The most furious can't believe classic of all time. Red Spreads Jordan Era. A lot of competition for that one but meade is Turkey. They go nice together. Also got some bean sprouts on my sandwich taking up space and on the bump still hungry after I finish all give me a chocolate malt milkshake on the side. Not all right. I forgot about my free cheese. Guinea fat slice of Pepper Deck Spicy. Toback half okay Lear Sandwich yes well. I'm going to actually start in reverse order. Start with my side because you have to wait for mine to Cook. So you're having your your uncooked carrots to snack on then on the Bob Q. The grill there. I've got the America the Chilean bread it which is also going to be grilled. I've got some avacado with garlic and red onion spread ready to go. The bacon is cooking next to the tomato also on the grill. It smells beautiful. Everyone's very excited for what's coming and Yeah you slap it all together and I'm GonNa put a little bit abry on the side but it's as required so if you want some breathe can have it. You don't have to have it okay. So yeah this is A little bit of cholesterol in the sandwich. But that's all right. That's fine. We're a nice day and You got to enjoy yourself so there you go. I will say this is the most effort I've ever heard put into basically you're on fire for like three minutes of Bacon Grill and then second tomato ten times longer to build the fire. You'll be uncooked carrots all right my perfect sandwich own. Rustic Italian Shimada Not too thick not too thick but delicious bread. I got some spicy mustard as my spread. My meat is a honey. Glazed smoked ham. I got lettuce. That's the only time I ever eat lettuce. It's on my sandwich. I'll throw some Vardi on that as my cheese. Free Cheese for all and my side is a chip but I'll go Like a a thick sorta kettle style barbecue flavor ship. All I am hungry. Now guys who had the best draft who crafted the perfect sandwich and better yet what would you have selected tweet at us at no Dunk Sake Hashtag. No dunks build your perfect sandwich. It's always fun. I like when people tweet in their picks having like pretending basically. They're the six person in this draft so they can't select things. We have already selected. And they gotta get really creative so have that that and we always have a blast reading your answers to that. That's honestly I should just be reading at this point. You can make sandwiches at home. Send us your pictures of sandwiches. You got nothing better to do a great idea. Hopefully hopefully you have the ingredients be safe. You don't go. Don't go crazy out there getting them. There's a Lotta delivery services get your ingredients. Yeah and build your perfect sandwich. That's it for today squad. We've got a number of podcast dropping this week though on Wednesday a new mail bag only episode of beach stepping. Get your cues in Dunks at the Athletic Dot Com Thursday. Our weekly no buffs. Podcast recapping the latest episode of survivor on Friday. We're going to get back to talking some hoops their run through our NBA awards. We'll go through these six major words and pick and maybe debate who we think should ultimately get them and later tonight. Yes tonight. Lee. You of a special bonus. Podcast in store. You've pitched it to us as you're talking to the worldwide wab of cricket. That's fine. That is very fair to say yes. This gentleman has made him quite a name for himself in the cricket world so I'm excited to talk to him it'd be he's from Melbourne to so this will be the second the second Melburnians on the show. This'll be great for me tonight. I'll finally be have some support and some company can't wait all right so that's later tonight. That special podcast. with Rob Moodie that sees nine eight. That's right yes yeah call. Worldwide wild rose clipper bows zone. You hurt here. I have a great time. Turn-up love you guys awesome. Thanks for joining us. Sandra member in Canada Chilean bread is a Chili bowl race. You're saying people.
Little Atoms 625 - An Yu's Braised Pork
"They see little atoms radio show about ideas and coacher with me Nail Denny. This sweet debut novel raised and you was born in one thousand nine hundred two and raised in Beijing aging where she became interested in capturing the stories of modern life in the city since studied and worked in New York and Paris and right so fiction in English and braised. I used to poke which is our first novel. We're going to be talking about today and Michael too little atoms. Thank you Tell me festival how you would describe this novel. Oh it's a novel At its core sort of about a woman's journey to overcoming loss and Making amends with her pass and also making more sense of her own identity as as a recently widowed women as well as as a human being within the context of Beijing. Unless you're you're debut novels Can we talk about how how it actually came about. How I I've what period of time it was written so I wrote this in? I started in two thousand sixteen And it took about two years to just get the a final draft Done and it started off as an idea for a story and then I wrote sort of short stories out out of the main character data and and then I had a dream of this fish man which is a recurring motif in the novel and wanted to combine the two somehow and try to experiment with a story. You know birth out of these two ideas and quickly realized that it was going going to be you know much longer piece and that sort of how I started writing And just kept kept going and it became a story that I sort of never really plan to right the way it turned out the first half sort of went according to plan the second just sort of wrote itself eventually I think protagonist judger. It's it's a story that's told the third person so it's not it's not narrative but she is definitely ah main protagonist. There's a number of other really great characters in the story tellers festival. Who she is so she is in her early thirties and she used to be an artist and then she got married to wealthier? Sort of businessman. Joe Hong so he died rather mysteriously at the beginning of the novel and starting then she sort of embarked on this journey towards finding out more about his death about herself and in the the constraints of her marriage she was sort of not allowed to pursue her art anymore in the became more of a hobby. Kind of things that we also throughout the novels. See Her We connect with hurtig pursuits. I'm tell me more about her late husband then as well because I mean I guess most of what I WANNA know. Really you know. Some more about their marriage marriage was like before he mysteriously dies as. You've just sort of explain nine. She's quite constrained within this marriage and I wonder what was in it for him. told me something about this. The dynamics of this marriage so it was contractual From both ends They both saw something important In the marriage that wasn't purely emotional so for her. It was sort of financial stability and I suppose overall stability She to believe that if rationally marriage made sense it would last fast and for him he was an older man and he's quite wealthy and he even with all sort of his wealth he still has his insecurities and he thinks that having an elegant and very well behaved women as his wife would add to his. I suppose image niche as a whole on his death she is I guess both Adrift. She's living in this much to you. Big apartment the this becomes more and more empty but at the same time. Obviously she is set free from the constraints of that marriage in talk about a bit about this sort of the contrast between those you know a lot of the the remaining story of the the plot of the novel is basically coming to terms with those two competing ideas. I mean I think a when she's sort of thrown into the situation she doesn't. She has no clue how to navigate that she doesn't know whether she should just sort of go on as this recently with with women and live her life the same way she had been foreman there she quickly realizes that she can't and in her misery at the same time in her lost and wandering state she becomes more aware of what had happened in her past so her password of comes and she's been waylaid by the way and I think the the ash as we move on. She becomes more clear about her simultaneous sort of grief and anger and resentment rent and on other hand her newly found freedom and hope. And it's like the whole the whole surreal part of while of the novel. is supposed to underscore that compliment. That feeling of these tensions coexisting. Yeah the very sort of the metaphor refer which will we'll we'll talk about later in in the interview but there's this ongoing metaphor of a say of drowning no being able to breathe which obviously sort of like feeds into that sort of feeling of being to draft in the way that she is too deeply into her past because again it forms uh-huh disorder the core of the storage. We don't want to give too much away but uh we don't WanNa talk about her mother but she has an estranged father. Can we just talk for a moment about the relationship with her father. Yeah so she so her father well from her point of view. Her father's left her mother her and her when she was very young And ever since then she hadn't had a very close relationship with her father and they would sort of meet up once every year over a very casual lunch where he didn't seem like you care that much about her And she resented him for it So so that that is sort of her impression of her father at the beginning of the novel and that will slowly shift as the novel goes on and she's been raised is by a grandmother and the non tell us something about how these characters so I personally really really sort of. I love those two characters because they sort of both exist within this tiny little apartment that Grandmother owned from you know when she was much younger. And it's it's this apartment. Where so her? Her grandmother lives there her aunt and her aunt's newlywed husband. So they're all sort of in this tiny apartment apartment and the judge eventually moved to so she grew up in around. This old lady. Who you know is very tough and has her own opinions on how Josh live her life and then her aunt is the sort of carefree Romantic women who just wants what's data to sort of be happy but of course at the same time. Her aunt projects her own thoughts as well thinking that you know she keeps telling meantime telling you should do this. You should do that crazy escape. Yes she skate and she wants to follow some of her advice. which all times weren't very clever and once she moved out of all of that she's been rather sort of alone and since then I think Even growing up within this household of there's clearly love coming from both her and her grandmother the the missing sort of parent errant missing mother of the missing fathers still added to her loneliness as since childhood. All the way up until you know the book and there's an there's an incident that happens I mean I guess probably about a third of the way into the book where Horon husband gets caught up in a government anti-corruption sweep and about point when that happened realized that actually this is one of the first times where sort of the the real world and sort of intruded we date into the story. The story is you know judge is growing up in grown open is living in the Modern Day Beijing But so far what we've seen as a sort of you know bland internationalists city of apartment buildings and not really anything of what what one might imagine of Beijing. And that is not the case when we go on later which we'll talk about later when we go onto to visit Tibet in the book and obviously a large part of the story is going to be sort of bringing in the folktales into the story. But this is had. I realized that you know. Actually we weren't. I'm getting much of what I would imagine Beijing City today and I wondered if that was obviously a deliberate things so in a sense I think living honestly honestly speaking living in Beijing. You don't really. You're not constantly being aware that you know this is China. This is Beijing. I'm living in. It's it feels like you know a lot of other big cities around the world. It's like you said apartment. Buildings office buildings bars restaurants But of course there are moments where you know things happen that are more specifically to the location and the setting and I wanted that to be how the setting felt in the book. I wanted to just you know organically come in and not become in a statement in the thing being like this book is set in Beijing. And here let me tell you why so I wanted it to be more organic when we go into the second part of the Tijuana to talk in the main about the you know the folk aspects and the more surreal aspects of the story and and to get. Is there another point. Join where I guess the the the real world intrudes Judge a box on this sort of relationship with a bartender Leo and at one point when he takes he takes visit parrots for New Year. I won't transpires out of this. Is They consider widows to be battling and indeed as you. You mentioned already been sort of abandoned by parents in law for similar reasons. Wanted to talk about this idea this sort of idea of you. You know the old traditions superstitions or a couple of generations back seeping into the into the modern day. Yes I think that even oh just people have not only sort of the young generation but also the one before that and the one before that everyone I think. A lot of people have the the intention to adopt more sort of modern philosophies and not to be so superstitious especially in large cities like Beijing and Shanghai but at the same time. It's hard to let go of that when it comes to when it comes when it becomes personal when it becomes about your son marrying a woman So there's there's that sort of tension attention. Leo Had Never Really Thought About Dad that way at all and of course the idea has insecurities when it comes to that as well which is sort of what. Let into their arguments in the car after that. Yeah uh-huh The little atoms I'm nailed any today and you and we took it about her debut novel braised pork and as I mentioned I want to go on to talk about the the central image of this novel which is when judge finds her dead husband he has left behind this mysterious drawing basically of a a sort of outlet say Merman like a half man half fish a fish with a man's hey which she becomes obsessed with and wants to get to the bottom of of what this this means tummy weather image comes from so that image came from a dream. I had But soon it became more than just a striking image image to me. I think soon it became much more. I I don't want to say symbolic because I I don't exactly know what it symbolizes but it becomes much worth something much were important and substantial to the novel as sort of guide between the real and the surreal and the fish man become something really crucial to to all the characters involved In their journey into an out of and perhaps into forever the world of water so this is not a symbol. There's a famous story from Chinese Tabatha Vogler ever. Since then I've been seeing sort of pictures around around. I was in the museum. I think in Paris a year ago and I just saw a painting of the fish man and then I I keep seeing it everywhere now so must not be all that original as I thought but no it didn't I didn't. I wasn't particularly inspired by a specific folklore. Image that's interested in them because that means you've had to develop this mythology for yourself so let let's talk about that sort of how you went about creating what seems like to me something. That's straight out of some sort of Bassala J.. So I had the world of water as an image Running through my head for a while and I didn't really know I didn't want to touch it for a long time and I didn't really because I didn't really know under what context I should bring it in but in jazz a sort of wondering state of it became Something that feels almost inevitable and obvious for her to experience. And it encapsulates this. I think like Nocturnal Strangeness of Her World which is filled with empty apartments Small bars at night. It's a lot of hazed Not only literal Hayes in the Arab but also just the stream state. She's in and the became something quite central and essential to her journey and since her past sort of violently comes in to her present it made and a lot of sense for the world water to have influenced her past as well as well as her parents It seemed like a place where she would go so into to experience the the strangeness and completely sort of Blackness at the same time hope somewhere with hope hope and freedom whatever it just seemed like a place where where she would naturally go into also seemed like a place where other people would go into into as well and we want would want to explore. Yeah I mean. I'm just just without giving too much away about the actor to meeting. Let's let's just elaborate on what you mean by by the water. Water so Numerous points in the book. She has no like imagines or transported into to this other states where literally at one point. She's just in this black say sort of nothingness but the is feels like say another point she is. She's been hired to paint this painting of a border on the wall for rich couple and all the the blues in that in that painting just dissolve into into water and this obviously fails I mean. I'm saying fails Rayo to her as if this is some sort of mental state but of course there's also released into there could be some sort of aghast parallel reality or something everything the way I see it is that I don't i. Don't see a very distinct of boundary between what is the real world and and what is the world of water more surreal. I think it's I find that. In my experience there are moments where a small thing a small object or conversation or a word could transport you and your experience into different realm and we're everything suddenly seems strange range might just come back immediately or you might get stuck in that to mine space where everything around. You just seems like what is going. The everything is Syrian. Strange and the will of water for me is is that space The very vague sense sense of whatever it means so it could the this constant sort of shift between reality and reality is not only like a running theme in in the book but also I think real life is often sort of like that and there are there are numerous characters throughout the book that have have some sort of connection to the world of water. There aren't necessarily apparently connected so I guess it also. It seems a metaphor for some sort of mental state depression. Certainly at least is something that happens when people going through some sort of stress disappear disappearances often linked or deaths often linked to its appearance. Yeah I don't it could could be. Depression it. It could be something more nuanced and contradictory Depression for some of the characters. It is a place where they feel like they have to go Where they feel like it's an escape or sort of the only escape escape from the reality that they've been living for some characters that feels more real than the real world for some characters? It's sort of a dream stream that or it's a place that they want to go but they might not have been able to access at all so I think for for different characters will manifest in in different ways. I also the way in this. It was an elusive. The book often seems to set off in directions for instance when and she goes to Tibet to search where she is convinced he is going to find the answers and I guess in a way she does is but in the more obvious ways going. They're looking for this particular carvings particularly dodging which turns out to be not what she's expecting. I like the way that that sort of idea of following in different directions. I guess is what I'm is what I'm trying to say. So the factory the book. Yeah I do think that had you know. Sometimes you go on a journey with a very obvious goal in mind and then it's very soon it sort of turns into something completely different than you're okay with that For her not only the physical journey emotional psychological journey. And I think for many people to. It's you he's never really ended up where you sort of wanted to be. But and that's okay and that might even be better. Can we talk a bit about trip to debates because this the validity earlier when in section it subtly the boat becomes much more descriptive often much lyrical about the the environments As she is journey in back to you know basically a village from the past. And there's definitely a change in in in the register. Tell me about that well. To to data it's also go into four in sort of alien land. So the reader I think we are experiencing experiencing it The same way she is a. We're noticing things that she's not used to or that she notices Whether it's strange village and the strange people in there or Mountains that she's never really seen before whereas in Beijing it. was you know where she was born and raised. She doesn't everything she notices is an extension of how she's feeling the time it's more like the same building she's been seeing for. Twenty years suddenly means something different Whereas in Tibet? It's it's all new So I suppose that's mostly see what contribution to the the change in tone in the narrative and then finally before just to follow on from there before I get to read the book if I was going to raise the title again. I don't know how much we can talk about about giving way but in the same way something that becomes it takes on. It's a while before it becomes apparent. What why the book is called Braise poll can then you know bats bed? You item takes on a sort of symbolic meaning as well Yeah I I don't know if I'd describe it as being symbolic it's more. It's it's important. I think it's very important for her. And it doesn't really mean that much doesn't there's no grander meaning behind behind it but but nonetheless of very significant to turn tire journey can I get you to read a bit read from the beginning braised pork. The orange scarf slid from joss shoulder and dropped into the bath. It sank in turn darker in color hovering by John House head like a goldfish. A few minutes earlier data had walked into the bathroom a scarf draped on each shoulder to ask for her husband preference instead she had found him crouching face down in the half filled tub has rump sticking out from the water. Oh lovely are you trying to wash your hair. was what what she had asked him. She knew well that he would not pull such a joke on her. But was it even possible for a grown man to drown in the TUB. She checked his wrist for a pulse and bent to see whether there were bubbles coming out of his nose she called his name stepped into the bath and grabbed him by the torso to lift him so that at least he could be the right way up but he refused to budge. Rigid like a broken robot. The ambulance on its way or so. They said Jazz sank to her knees on the Beige tiled floor. She pulled the plug so the water could drain. It was the only thing she could think of doing. Now maybe without the water in Hong would be able to breathe again crossing her arms on the rim of the bath data observed her husband's body as if he were a sculpture in the museum she had never seen such stillness. She was certain that this was the first moment of silence she had spent with him in their four years of marriage even when they slept there were always sounds announced his snoring the air conditioning cars on the street but she could not hear anything now. His crouching body appeared to be growing grayer ear and thinner like dried glazed clay. That was going to fall apart. Jj felt suddenly vomiting realizing that she had not been breathing either either. She covered her mouth with her palm and tried to think about something else she thought about how long it took for a body to grow cold after death a few minutes an an hour a few hours she did not know. The humidity pressed down like hands on her throat and the marble bathroom. That had always been far. Too Large seemed to small in this moment suffocating. For the two of them it became clear to judge that channel home must not have considered not even for a moment that such a place was improper improper for a death. He had not thought about his wife who was going to be the first to find him. Who is going to be alone when she did? And who would certainly be forced to wait before anyone. Anyone else would join her in that bathroom. He had not pictured her in those few minutes after discovering him there naked and dead because if he had he would have surely you chosen another way during their breakfast that morning Chen who had muttered with a sigh in the mouthful of pickled cucumber that perhaps it would be a good idea to resume their annual trip to San Yup. This was the first time anything encouraging had come out of his mouth for weeks he had called off their holiday the previous year for unspecified reasons pre sentiments. Jj had feared of is lacking of his increased pre sentiments JJ had feared of his increasing lack of interest in her and their marriage. He had never loved her. No she knew that much. She was not a fool but they had promised each each other. Lifelong partnership held together if not by love them by their declared intention to have a family and so as long as he had assured her that he intended to remain in married to her. Everything else had been forgivable. When will we go? Jj had responded immediately how still chewing on that cucumber. I'll start packing After breakfast whenever you like I'm going to have a bath. A bath Chanu Danu. That had never have been the man to have baths. She found no pleasure in soaking himself in hot water and preferred to shower believing it lead to cleaner results. She wanted to inquire further. Eh quickly swallowed her food. Drink some water and open her mouth to speak but decided to keep her silence for fear of irritating him with her questions forcing him into a bad food so early in the day. Don't pack too much. He warned her bringing in the bowl of Congee to his mouth in eating what was left in one gulp. Jj I heard him put put in the plug and data heard him put in the plug in start the water. It was November and she had just finished organizing their wardrobes for winter. She opened his suitcase mounted the chair and reached into the upper compartments of the wardrobe for his summer clothes refusing to let herself be distracted for fear of forgetting something something of his she was not going to let that ruin their trip. Let him have his bath. She decided let him have his time alone. So I've been talking to anew if you're talking about her debut novel braised pork. She's out now in the UK from Harvard. SAIPA and thank you so much for taking the time. Show me. Thank you for having me. This episode aside little atoms was produced presented by me Nail Denny edited by Sky Redmond and was first broadcast on resonance won four point four. FM Little Atoms is supported by eight to nine up and hosted by CAST. If you enjoyed the show please do subscribe rate is on I tunes and even tell a friend. Thanks for listening
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"Yeah heard there's Yoga class going on this morning yeah whatever you're not going doing a team bonding yeah right Jomon skipping as well I don't feel so bad well he's more important than that is definitely the case baseball tonight manager you'll be introduced at a press conference the day after the world series in San Diego the Yankees fire pitching coach Larry Rothschild he served as the pitching coach since two thousand eleven and there's already a lot of speculation Larry is gonNA wind up being the pitching coach because that's where Joe Girardi was introduced on cubs President Theo Epstein talked about David Ross made very clear he's GonNa make his own decisions if you're a front office and you WanNa puppet you don't hire David Ross anyone who knows Rossi good to take a step back because I think you see the game from different perspectives in you're able to learn under situations where you're not pressured to win everyday also -secutive vice president and general manager Neal Huntington and they formally named X. Penguin Coo Travis Williams as the team president and lots of press conferences and News on Monday teams who are playing in the world series get stuff done with the permission of Major League Baseball the pirates fired you see it from the Fan's perspective and I think that was important that I got a chance to see that again cubs manager David Ross was introduced on Monday and he talked about not always going to be what we agree with it is going to lead to conversations that makes us all better as an organization for the nationals and Astros Monday was a travel daily knows that he is absolutely his own man I think his teammates knew that when he was playing we knew it in the front office he's been that way as a special assistant and really proud and look and on the prior experience the great question about Girardi is what did he learn about his exit from the Yankees and heat sort of address that is so they are moving forward we'll be talking with Tin Kurkin about that decision and maybe some ripple effects on their roster the padres formerly announced that Jas Tingler will be day as the phillies manager Joe Girardi Rotschild the coursework for many years together on the Yankees staff here's cleantech the phillies general manager talking up to game six of the world series tonight Dave Martinez nationals manager spoke from Washington before team traveled to Houston and he talked about how you can't ten out the go and we've done that before I've done that in another city and I know what that looks like and when you see the opposite I've been on some losing teams we see the opposite you gotta call it out as soon as possible reevaluate the importance in is to the fans because sometimes when you're involved in it every day you can kind of loose perspective and you're worried about your job on a day in and day out basis and you don't about why Joe Girardi was hired time to win no questions asked it's time to win right now that lends itself to bringing in a guy who has done that who has one in the toughest gets with the pressures and has hosted world series trophy over his head again I think that's what that's all what led us to Joe but I think that is by and large why we play such a premium that you've found in winning you had that experience let's emphasize those told each other to a high standard because I want to win a championship win multiple championships I want to bring jobs back to Chicago partner with them but I don't expect yes man and the Lisa I'm looking forward to some of them with his own ideas especially you know strong conviction about winning and what winning looks like and how to build it and ed how you can't cling to those memories of two thousand sixteen is not about two thousand sixteen sex of winning it's about winning championships it's about hold yourself accountable to the things nationals in a game in which Stephen Strasburg starts we got Stephen Strasburg on the mound who's been unbelievable for us this year so the guy show good we've talking last night after lined up to start against Justin burland tonight in game six in Houston they Martinez was asked about game seven if Max Scherzer can't make the store right now stage he loves being relied upon his preparation he's GonNa be as intense is he's been probably the entire season because he knows what can happen at the end of twenty seven Astros manager Aj hinch talked about his confidence level Inver lander or confidence is great I mean it's we believe he's going to be at his best to he loves this announce injustice pitching we come to the ballpark with an absolute expectation to win Hinton talked about team having world series experience I'm even more far as well but this is where you lean on experience after game five there's a lot of talk about the computer generated strike zone and whether it's time for baseball to adopt that Aj hinch was asked about that I think it's a little naive to think simply letting computers generate striker ball or the safe alpar the when you're under the most stress and I would tell you game sixes and sevens or in the world series high stress and I love that about our teams behaving the same way or hopefully me in the coaching staff some people person by nature anybody that knows me so I wanNA keep as many people in the game in control the game as we can Jessica Mendoza was on get up and play that we have be careful what you wish for always seek to improve the game and if we can better the game I'm all for it and perhaps that's an avenue that we're going to go down some day but I love people the Director of coffee for his organic coffee company but he was having trouble finding qualified applicants so we switched to Ziprecruiter Ziprecruiter doesn't on candidates finding you it finds them for you it's technology identifies people the right experience and invites them to apply to your job so you get Kirch about the electronic strikes coming up before that we all know that hiring can be a slow process 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Dylan Mr Witt's needed to hire try Ziprecruiter for free at our web address ziprecruiter dot com slash buster that's ziprecruiter dot com slash. Buster sure to filter as applicants so he could focus on the most relevant ones and that's how Dylan found his new director of coffee and just a few days with results like that acts no wonder four out of five employers who post on Ziprecruiter get a quality candidate within the first day see why Ziprecruiter's effective for businesses of all sizes he has stronger feelings about it than Aj does I mean honestly take the human element out of it because empires are GonNa make mistakes that's going to happen and my whole thing is like what are we still doing. This is two thousand qualified candidates Fast Dylan posted a job on Ziprecruiter and said he was impressed by how quickly he had great candidates apply the also use ZIPRECRUITER's candidate rating ziprecruiter dot com slash buster ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire seem heads rejoice not timmy time this great game focuses on game six we gotta treat that scam seven right now there won't be a game seven if we can get out of game six so I'll folks win tomorrow golden one and and go from there calmer in the moment Nah Nah two dozen nineteen than I was two thousand seventeen now to Ben there done that part of this I think is very important for us as do when you do play the Experience Card the press conference and they're all out beat they don't think that this is way far from over like I said we're GONNA graduating keeps getting ready to play tomorrow and when tomorrow Strasbourg years six and seven that's the way I look at it do you have a gut feel for tonight's game no there's check of me yelling at you in the pre game show on ESPN radio yes I'm sick of yet you've yelling at me period number two I am chuck helmet. CC's Tabatha was also on get up with Jessica and she that's the way he feels he's ready the electronic strike zone I'll be asking I just know this hasn't followed the script at all I could see Justin Burland or coming out and dominating tonight and winning his first world series game and yet series has not allowed us to have any feel because so many people including me have been so wrong most of the way yeah and terms of games as for game six then we have to have a game seven to make it completely worth getting back on a plane and flying across the country again it requires the series has has not provided any gut feeling for me I picked the Astros and seven from the beginning so I don't know what to say about that this postseason that doesn't follow at all but just look at the first inning from game to he walked trade Turner on four pitches to start the game pictures are not going to pitch in game seven now I can't say that for sure but my guess is this is a debilitating situation where you have game predictions conventional wisdom is batting two hundred one for five in terms of how it's played out I do think that the the question of Justin Bieber Lander in the first and we know we have the Kaysone right there tells us balls and strikes let's take that out of it and I'm defending the hitters I'm like you know what the ball and now you're sitting down like Victor Robles reasoning hoping week though game seven because as baseball writers we know what the old adage is if we're GonNa go six me get on a plane and go someplace over to you want the world series over tonight and game six or do you want it to go through game seven and I know your answer that question you wanted over soon as possible because the second best starting pitcher in this postseason is Stephen Strasburg I could see him dialing up a gym and we go to a game seven so no this reasons why for me because I hate it when decisions without factual support effect outcomes I hate the idea that nationals fans left it's four days he's not pitching in game seven so my guess is if the nationals get there I guess is someone other than Max and and I hate that and baseball fix that problem with calls at first base and I think it's inevitable that they will fix the situation that lingers in the mind and maybe the best example of that one thousand nine hundred five world series Don Denkinger calls baserunners safe at first base the world series everybody is talking about this after a game and that's why a change I believe has to be made eventually because this is all seven a lot of discussion him out of game five about the electronic strike soon and I got to tell you I've been in favor of it and that just reinforced yeah that is real a sixteen point three era in the postseason in the first inning like a lot of dominant power pitchers tim it seems like if you're going to get to pity about subjectivity with home playoff pires what you take yeah my my take is I've been against an electronic strike zone all along and more what with Tin Kurkin on Baseball Tonight and Tim Coaching covers baseball for ESPN and I'd been getting asked the question a lot Tim do you want the game I hope we see the series they go a long way what's your sense of Max Scherzer and your gut instinct on whether winning teams I know what winning looks like there's things that are going to expect out of the players out of myself the detail winning some of those things come with respect trust introduces the cubs manager yesterday talked about wanting to be a manager for a long time had an eye on this my entire career guys have said this role super excited the other night wondering what could have been because it was clear that that ball four that was called the strike that was out of the zone and and every other website showing you this is a ball this is a strike since everyone has this information and we might as well use it somehow admit effort hard work and accountability these things are important to me by players can expect that from me and I would expect that from them Tim what's his biggest challenges he takes over reports he has mark Teixeira told us that's a two three four days situation where you can't do anything when you get a neck and back spasm like that so we earns at that point you have cardinals fans going to their graves believing that they would have won the world series otherwise you know the day would have been the champions that season cubs manager well I think it's buster that he has worked with these guys for been teammates with them and he's beloved to get to him in the first inning right because his era buster at in every other any other than the first inning is worth twenty seven eight this year we're talking about is it Lance Barksdale Strike Zone instead of the baseball game that we watched and since the technology shows on TV all strikes and they will go to an electronic strikes a while there might be some questions about that it leaves there will be there won't be that concerned about selling Ross was as a player and he was indeed a joyful playful energetic hilarious guy and a tough knows teammate there would have been a moment when the nationals would've brought the tying run to the plate against Garrett Cole and you know as good as Garrett Cole is he probably would have gotten the next hitter out but I hate the doubt by them and vice versa that's going to be the biggest challenge but I think he's going to be able to get through that because they all know who David of course let's not compare the denture play to missing a strike on two inches off the plate there's a big difference there but it's the same idea buster about being in this role in the last three years he's been thrown around a lot in the managerial ring and I've had took those three years to prepare for this moment I'm super excited about it I've been a part of a lot of he's got a pitch that game and that of course would be Anibal Sanchez a whole host of relievers have to that with all hands on deck in a game not he would pitch a game seven if it's necessary well I heard something last night buster and it gets I can't even report it but my guess is irk because even though it's his biggest challenge now I'm in charge of these guys not right next to them I think they're gonna all understand we know who the next manager is he's who wasn't playing the game the right way he's the guy who went to a star player and said you're not playing today 'cause you have a stomach ache what are you doing so they saw the real tough side of David Ross and so if they saw it again just as a manager and said where did that come from they know exactly the tough knows teammate is the most important thing here they know when he was an active player he was the guy that got in somebody's face that's what everyone is talking about and that's the column is the next day then I think we need to really look into doing something about this David Ross was his voice and now the big question is to me is that core group of guys who have been together for so long now unusually long for I it exactly the right time when he took over in two thousand fifteen do you feel that that's the case with David Rawson Two thousand twenty two I do time he's ever walked leadoff guy a game on four pitches then he threw a terrible oh to change to anthony don't so exactly where that comes from that is the tough Guy David Ross who showed up once in a while as the backup catcher for the cuts that's why I think it's going to work out because when the fans are in on and you're right they're filing out saying you know the Empire Lost Game For us which clearly he did not but that's what it's that's the perception major league team is the time to break up the core of players or can David Roth fine that core and get it right back to where it was the forty years ago that's the big question for me so I think Joe's the perfect answer they stopped listening to him and now I think David Ross is voice ready to win I don't know if the phillies are ready to win I think they have such a desperate need for pitching that Joe Girardi come in and be a terrific manager and it may not make a huge difference he will get on you if you do something incorrectly I think the cubs I know this for a fact Cups Front office felt like Joe Madden was exactly the right thing the people counting on us but there's also a teammate there's a little boy and a little girl that go the ballpark and excited to see you do great things so let's get it done you know they're like fifteen games under five hundred since August of two thousand eighteen this has been a pretty ordinary team and it's been in part because you know they really need that more than anything but the only thing they need more than that it's pitching and right now they don't have enough they may have a pitching coach in waiting as long history we know the Yankees from year to year have become more steeped in analytics maybe Larry's not quite as bought in as because I think he is so different than what Joe Mad did Joe Matt and did a tremendous job with the cups but they had stopped listening to after a decision made by the Yankees over the weekend they have fired Larry Rothschild as their pitching coach his situation Tim reminds me a lot of Girardi exit the Yankees were just feels like that you know what a lot of time went by and maybe everybody didn't necessarily see eye-to-eye Larry's terrific pitching coach vision that includes the braves and the national so they've got work to do and I think Joe Girardi the perfect boys they're also authoritative Ed pitches he got himself in trouble and that of course what he has to now prevent is no trouble in the thinning cause people to give the national be the perfect voice for the cubs Joe Girardi was introduced as manager in Philadelphia on Monday he was asked about his message to the teams we need to do whatever it's interesting because I feel like his biggest challenge tim is so different than David Rawson biggest challenge into some degree it's out of control I look at the cubs team and say that Thi takes to win we have to trust each other we have to love each other if we have to be accountable to each other we have to respect each other and it's our job to do everything we can to win on a daily basis because there's Today's game is not about you know what what happened years ago it's about adapting to the new analytics and baby Larry didn't adapt to that but he's bill heuristic voice at times and a voice that you know you can only take for so long but it's the right voice now 'cause they need some discipline and they from other organizations that have had success and have success implementing analytics and they're just looking for a different voice what do you think well that's exactly what I think we both agree that phillies should have won more games over the last two years total than they they did but they're they're not a great team Pitching coaches that are being hired around baseball and I know that Brian Cashman the Yankees general manager really believes in cross pollination where he likes bringing in people the standings what do you think well they have to get that pitching healthy first off and then they have to add to that pitching 'cause I'm with you buster Someone else has to come in here and try something else so back in September the pirates announced that Neal Huntington would return as general manager at the same time they made the announcement that clint hurdle was out and I gotTa tell you that surprise me and as I talked about the podcast yesterday I do feel like that let neil go as well just to turn things over because I think it's pretty clear based on attendance figures they have a massive massive perception problem David Robertson got hurt at starting pitching got hurt I mean that's going to have to change but they're gonNA have to go get another pitcher or to if they're gonNA win in a d fifteen to Jake Arrieta if the pirates have found their way through those postseasons they've gotten to the world series then there'd be completely different perspective about what the pirates this is Larry Rothschild has done a great job as pitching coach for a long time and he will work again as pitching coach because he knows what he's doing but you're right in Pittsburgh with how fans view that the ownership in the leadership of the team what do you think yeah I totally agree buster I thought Neil work that Neil dead is general manager of the pirates has been underrated because of a couple of wildcard losses in two thousand fourteen to Madison Bumgarner two thousand accomplished over the last decade but I thought when they let Clint Hurdle go and that eventually we saw president team President Frank Kunle out that they would you can have a fresh look at things and maybe some tough decisions that need to be made can be made in part because the new front office is going to happen what would happen at the time but I agree with you about the perception problem I love Pittsburgh I love going to Pittsburgh but as I walked the streets in Pittsburgh really time just another case where they need a do look at that team that team was so bad from say the beginning of July on and it's the voice in order to get the best out of the guys and that's what I think is going to happen here and my guess is we're GonNa see more and more younger well it just another brilliant young guy who might end up being a real difference maker in another front office in mostly it comes back to where we talk about three times now buster on this show it's all about the voice that you're hearing and sometimes you just have to change is not as great as it should be given all the elements involved so good luck he's he's got his work cut out for him all right Tim I'll see at the park later yeah I don't blame them but there's there's no doubt that Larry Rothschild was really good at this and maybe didn't keep as much with the times and the Yankee Center gone when Clinton was gone Kinda came together they been together a long time and if you if you if you fire one you gotta fire the other that's what I think hitting coaches and pitching coaches especially for the college ranks and everywhere else because they have a different look at thing and that really intrigues from office people generally into an extremely difficult situation yes it's the red sox rich heritage tremendous amount of money but he's gotta fix the farm system he's got renewed credibility or at least a fresh start with fans so it'll be interesting to see what direction that goes all right tim any any thoughts on high bloom taken over the Red Sox baseball so let's give him his do that but let's also understand buster something that you especially have been talking about for a couple of weeks now he walks in I don't think the red sox trade mookie Betts I think that it seems like they probably will based on everything we've read but I think that they should be in a very difficult division now and they're not getting out of it without a total change here so that's what they're finally getting in their front office and now on the field for the pirates yeah now are going to have a front office that that's not closely tied individual players in that team we heard last month for example that starling Martinez was someone that the pirates bring back in two thousand twenty now you can talk about trading him there's not a particular allegiance from the front office to a player everything else and now they get their wish now they don't get a new owner but again a new club president their manager at a new general manager and buster I think it's probably eight casual fans that's all I hear is when are we going to get some people in charge here who are GonNa take us in another direction from ownership to GM podcast business. The Baseball podcast for Tuesday October twenty nine thousand nine hundred I'm buster only and producing back in Bristol Choi Farkas lots odd casts Sarah we'll start with this you are hind bloom you were taking over the Red Sox baseball operations department you have really re league difficult decisions ahead would you trade mookie betts this winter even if the offer's give you seventy eighty cents on the dollar I to figure out Lewke bets he's gotTa figure out jd Martinez he's gotTa figure out what to do with starting rotation it seems to be all injured what's he gonNa do with all the okay buster quit yelling and later numbers Gay Sarah Lanes they reporter and a producer L. Dot com of course she joined us all the time here on the and how's he going to do it in a short amount of time so I will walk you what ways in but finding a way to keep him and find a way to pay him but you know we'll see obviously he is such a well respected executive every that he did down in Tampa and you know it's interesting it's interesting to think of someone coming from within the division and how hill approach that and what he'll be thinking except for baseball tonight the podcast National's hadn't been held to one or fewer runs in three straight home games since twenty sixteen so a lot number one number and one runner fewer and all three contests and the only other visiting team to post three straight road performances allowing one or fewer runs each of those three games in Washington that was the first time that the visiting team in the Middle Three Games of two three two world series in this world series number two number two one so in order to have that run differential the astros held the nationals to just one run Joel is tied for the largest by any team in three straight games which were all on the road with an any postseason series ever so the only other times last three years but if he indicates that he's really testing it then I that is where you start considering it but even still I think that it's worth trying week number three is plus sixteen so the astros outscored the nationals by sixteen runs in those three games in DC that plus sixteen run different get the kind of player he's been in his career he certainly seems worth you know paying a lot of money whatever the market is these days which we've seen kind of change pretty rapidly somewhere somehow they might be able to and I do think that he's worth paying one of those kinds of contracts obviously he had a little bit of a down year this year in comparison but if you look a lot more work with now than he did in Tampa and figuring out if they would be able to make you know mookie betts an offer that would be very competitive within the market because you have to imagine that we can go identify guys that we can win with you know and that's on us and so that's where he's coming from he's not somebody who's going to say okay trade everybody the sex and the white sox upset of the cubs in nineteen Oh six no world series has seen the road team when each of the first six contests which is what's in play tonight in Houston on his five so this is just the Third World Series in which the road team has won each of the first five games joining the Yankees comeback over the braves in nineteen ninety the teams did in the last decade their perspective was you know what we can find a way we can go find guys you know like my my friend Ali draped to figure out okay could we pay and even if he did that would we be able to convince him otherwise with a really great offer for the numbers game number three as you get then would you trade it yeah I mean maybe but I also think that is worth taking a really long look at you know the finances which obviously you know he has costing Americans at the pirates and of course the very first world series this was something that we had not seen very much and the astros did it to get themselves back in and get into the driver's seat let's go through a five or six year rebuilding period he's going to have believed that he's going to be able to find some right guys in the situation but I'm going to throw another curveball at you what if road teams have won seven straight world series games dating back to game four after that eighteen inning game last year that's a record we had never seen Rotea and of course there's never been a world series with the road team won every game which is what the nationals are trying to do they were still to have hopes to win this world series and overall you you're hind bloom and you sit down with Mickey bets the beginning of November and you sit down with his agent and Mochi says you know what I'm going to free agency next ball if that's the mess win seven straight world series games across seasons yeah it's it's been absolutely amazing conventional wisdom completely thrown out I think during the course of this was the nineteen sixty eight tigers who held the cardinals to one run games to six and seven so it wasn't consecutive in the same way even though they were consecutive road games and Sir all right Sarah thanks for doing this and I'll be in contact during the game I know that sounds good thanks so much for having me buster I'm pretty sure a new house might be haunted things happen where the two thousand eight raise at the Red Sox in the Al Cs the nine hundred and sixty one Yankee is the reds and the world series and the nineteen o three hey that the furniture is levitating on the ghost welcome home that's that's rookie what's really scaring missing out on Geico Burland is going to win his first world series game game set match thanks for coming nets by by Chris single it's been covering world series is the analyst for ESPN radio alongside play by play man Dan Shulman and singer. I'm not going to ask you to predict what's going to happen in game six because I think you'd agree I would say let's see biggest question I mean for lander hasn't won a clincher yet this me like all our game to game predictions have been pretty terrible so I'm going to put it to you this way what's the biggest question for you going into game six for help with homeowners and renters insurance gyco makes it easy to save a bunch great you're not sticking around the bar is just getting started just like Johnny from the karate kid sweep the leg baby you have to finish you have to go for the jugular may just mother the nationals three nights in a row there's a reason why the tank I think he threw like thirty six pitches the other day that's GonNa be an important piece I would think tonight postseason so he pitched on short rest game four against the rays didn't get it done pitch game five at Yankee stadium for the clincher airpower pitchers that the first inning was maybe your best chance to get a guy like that yeah I mean typically there's there's a narrative there and you know I don't know buster you know how it is in baseball you know we put things out there that we feel or it seems to be you know a pattern Sierra in the first inning sixteen point two zero all other innings one point seven eight opponent batting average in the first four seventeen all other innings one get it done can he get it done to does he have enough gas in the tank Is the question if I can give another one I wanNA know does Daniel Hudson have any gas left the largest favorite in a world series since two thousand and seven and we're going back home maybe I mean we we believe it means a lot over seven six aw in this day and age guys can handle that and if they're going to get somewhat of a steady diet of those pitches then yeah yeah and I'll get back to Daniel Hudson in a moment just to follow ver- lander for me the biggest question is him in the first inning the numbers are incredible from this postseason he seventy almost eight hundred points higher allowed in the first inning when you played was there always that perception with guys like Berlin I that was better than the outing against the Yankees Right but you know he made an adjustment he he got better last time out in the first inning so that's what I would say you know when you're looking at a guy like Burland and obviously the numbers here is post season definitely back that up whatever it is whether it's the power pitcher and I gotta come out I'm GonNA throw my fastball and as a hitter that's exactly what you want even you know with the velocity that's you know mid nineties and and a little bit mcphee had thoughts of using Strasbourg out of the bullpen that night and he gave me a look like what are you crazy I think that maybe we've always heard hey if you're gonna get a guy like this guy get him early before he settles in because if he does you're going to look up it's going to be the seventh inning they gave me a lot of Zeros on the board perhaps you'll be a little bit better that obviously that seventh inning was was stunning the fact that he was cruising to runs through six and then the IT Geigo we call today and see how easy homeowners and renters insurance can be when you have one hundred seven win team down trainers they're having conversations with starting pitchers there's aware of some of the analytics on spin rate and it's the underrated part of starting pitchers this time of year worn down you know that it's a great question going into this game not only for Verlinden but for Strasbourg yeah and you know the thing with van or anything like that we know going back to two thousand twelve we know he's a Boris Guy Right and you know there's that possibility of opting out of the contract it was going into game four and I asked him in part because I saw what Alexkor did in last year's world series about using starting pitchers out of the bullpen I asked these conversations that we are so privileged to have these these intimate conversations with each skipper before the game but you know when they Martinez just facing big league hitters that's one thing itself a regular season you get to the end of the tape but now you're into an extra month in October and you're facing you know and you know whether that was one of those things where okay hey get in the division series that was it you know what I mean we're it's it's capped off or not not going there anymore maybe from his team and he was fastball heavy early but then went to you know the curveball breaking ball later on and you know only gave up a couple of runs in the first and one of the great stories and remember about that was you know we saw Madison Bumgarner in two thousand fourteen have one of the most incredible postseason runs where he just and I know you guys talked about that that night and you were surprised yeah I I was I think it was one of those things I I'm just GonNa see I think your point also about how much gas left in the tank at the end of the season is a good one Dave Martinez his office and I asked him because this was you know is that what happened we don't know but this game is a game of adjustments and he's made a lot of them over the years and we'll see what he makes tonight especially in the first inning Oh yeah I would say the one thing that we tend to overlook as well as how much mental energy it takes I mean look at the wrist bands look at you know the pitchers made reference to the decision to allow Daniel Hodson to throw thirty six pitches in Games for game five when the nationals were down by multiple run Lance Barksdale the umpires so there was a lot I think kinda going on and I I personally almost feel that Dave Martinez you know each guy in you know individually conversation or to see where they were with working out of the bullpen and he said all of them you know had by Strasbourg hasn't done it since speculate but one of those things were hey the games getting away from you you're at the point there were some issues that you know the nationals they had the best players you know the best lineups and you know I've always said it you know this postseason especially having the Yankees and the Astros you know how mentally exhausting division series right and I kind of wonder you know to your point of was he pitched in game five or pitched you know in short restaurant of the ball it has to be for opposing pitchers no matter who you are like going through that lineup two three times because you rarely have any breaks if at all then you want to go for it and I'm just looking last night just to it and you know pitch usage as you know he goes through the order and everything else definitely the last time against after time looked at them when they're hugging in the celebration line okay now you can tell me how you feel and Bumgarner is looked at Man I am exhausted like prosper camp or or just whatever and and maybe that's something behind closed doors that they know isn't really an option but yeah I would say the physical talk about the the mental I mean we talk about this game being such a high percentage mental and when you're trying when you're pitching this deep into a season maybe just forgot a little bit that Daniel Hudson was in the situation that he was in and let him go a little longer you know because of course these guys the managers have a lot more information about how physically tired the pictures are than we do you know they're hearing directly from their athletic you know then he would have if he had time to like slow everything down or take a step back like no I gotta get this guy out of here I gotta get away or whatever because directly kept taking the ball he threw over fifty innings I think it was fifty two and a third innings and when it was over Bruce Bochy his manager who had been going to them time after time talked about you know I think I asked him hey how did you get the buy in from these guys or what was that you know conversation like how did you go about they said well they brought seconds on each of these the question Max Scherzer and whether or not he's going to pitch in game seven I'm completely listening to have whatever he tells me I'm going to follow in your body somewhere or there's someone in the dugout after every inning kind of telling you so I think you factor all that in there and man it is a grueling sees it now I would I would say really gathering you know they've had this back in September dealt with but even with Max he house you know before the game it's like he's the other day buster I don't know if you saw this or not but he was walking through the clubhouse it was in the the championship series against the situation because although you know the guys his attitude his like dedication everything is there but you don't want to allow him to go out there and embarrassed galleria Yup so even even before that you know he threw threw a pitch and I think he walked a guy and mm-hmm some healthier you know what's going on so he I saw him look down in the bullpen as he was kind of taking this left turn to circle around go back up or whatever and then the next one just looking at it he was he was in there a hitter too too long and it definitely I was it was at springer that hit the the homer off or was
Does a 4 Minute Workout Really Work? - 458
"Hey charlene. This is robin. I just wanted to send a thank you to all of your content. I've been following a few months in just really been enjoying your content. Intent you and your sons content. You're inspiring me with the podcast on the book really inspiring me to get started on that. I was already thinking about out doing stuff like that my husband and i but you've laid it out really well and of exciting to think about getting that started in really getting my juices flowing so thank you for the inspiration asian. Thank you for your heart for helping other. People get started on their platforms. Just everything that you do. I really appreciate your energy and your more compassionate heart. Thank you welcome to the show. Lean show selena's a new york times bestselling author celebrity fitness trainer in obsessed with helping you live your the three months. Is it really possible to get fit in four minutes. A day that is the rumor is not just a rumor that's new. It's something that you have been talking about for quite a long time. I'm actually since one thousand nine hundred ninety. Six people have been talking about how to get fit by training harder in shorter intervals. I mean my gym him and just finished my own workout and i keep seeing posts about two and it's become a pet peeve and so i wanted to just dispel dispel some myths some of the misinformation. That's out there and hopefully give you some answers so that you know what is best for you. Okay okay so the question is can you get fit in four minutes a day while the loaded question and there isn't a simple yes or no but let me begin by helping you understand the difference between tabata training hit training aerobic training where you should be doing what's best for you and how to really maximize not only your results but how good you feel and how much time you have kind of planning a schedule that makes this all possible for you okay so i let me explain to bottom tomatoes actually the last name of the professor who did the research that really sparked this whole bottom movement. Now professor assume e takada was a japanese scientist who was commissioned. Get this not to sell. Infomercials not ought to create a program for the gyms but to get japanese olympic speed skaters in the optimal performance the best shape of their lives. I mean he was commissioned to make sure that these olympic speed skaters were the most fit they could possibly be so. I say that because his job was to scientifically scientifically study all forms of training in federal what is the best if my livelihood depends upon me getting these elite athletes in tip tip top condition. I don't care what it is. I'm not gonna pick trend. I'm going to study. It and i'm going to figure out what is the best okay so what professor about it is. He looked looked at his training. He looked at interval training. He looked at forms of hit training and this is how the tobacco system was developed in his study of both hit training and steady state aerobic training which is anything you do where you're basically sustaining your heart rate at a steady consistent fifty percent sixty percent of maximum awesome heart rate and intervals where he was taking elite athletes to near capacity and then all the way to the maximum of their capacity doing intervals but what he found was that there was as zero percent increase in overall fitness when he trained these elite athletes using steady state aerobic conditioning what he did find is that there was an incredible increase in their overall fitness both aerobically and anaerobic lee which means when you're technically speaking. I can't means without oxygen when your max capacity. You can't go harder. You're looking for a place to puke like that kind of difficulty okay and so what he found was the athletes who he trained them at high intervals bay. We're getting far better results so then he's playing with which interval is going to give them. The best results obviously his job right so we started looking at okay so what if i train them three minutes on in one minute off what if i train them one minute hard hard and three minutes off and he kept playing with these intervals until he discovered that the absolute best results were when he had these a laugh athletes elites performing at twenty seconds of max. Did you hear me max. Intensity and most people don't know what max feels feels like they think okay. I'm going hard for twenty seconds. Y'all ain't max pushes through twenty seconds. Isn't that max. They shouldn't get so on my soapbox but there's a difference between going hard and so hard. It's your max. You're praying to jesus to make this end. You're looking at your stop wash going. This thing has got to be broken. There is no no way this thing is still working vast max like when you're like i'm gonna die. I can't go twenty one seconds. That's max and there's a difference between that and just going hard for twenty seconds. There's a big the difference and what he did is he would his athletes up to all kinds of equipment that can measure their heart rate oxygen consumption everything so he could actually determined determined that they were at that maximum hurry as quickly as possible because think about it if you've got twenty seconds and you're doing something that it takes a minute to get into it. You've verdy blown. Ten seconds of it like twenty seconds goes by fast so there aren't very many exercise that actually will get you into your maximum. Anaerobic threshold your maximum capacity passively immediately and invest number one and what he found get this was that by taking athletes here comes here comes by taking athletes through twenty second intervals intervals twenty seconds on ten seconds off and then repeating that sequence eight times which is a total of four minutes. I'm doing the math for you got it. Twenty seconds on ah harry's you can ten seconds just recovering and then repeat at eight times which is a total of four minutes. Get this you ready for this. Those athletes improved overall fitness and that means their strength flexibility aerobic and anaerobic aerobic capacity by thirteen percent and they had zero percent increase after doing the same study with an hour of steady state aerobic conditioning running cycling whatever it is you're doing. That's interesting. He also found that their anaerobic fitness was increased by twenty <music> eight percent now. This study was commissioned in nineteen ninety-six professor. A sumi to bata is still alive and kickin today and he's still doing his research and these stay still hold up. I mean there's been lots of research to try to them but the studies still show up. Here's what you need to know about it number one. You have to know what it means to be your max capacity doing something for twenty seconds does not equal to bother doing jumping jacks for twenty twenty. Seconds is not a tomato. Can you do jumping jacks for a minute. If the answer is yes then you have to be doing something. At such an intensity you could not do it for more than twenty seconds our clear now the other really interesting post research has found is that people actually burn earn additional calories for up to twelve hours post not justed tomato workout but actually hit out to one of the registered dieticians dr program director ashley sweeney turned me onto mushroom coffee and i i'm like you. Does it taste like mushrooms. It doesn't not at all it tastes like coffee but the difference between tween a mushroom coffee in a coffee is the adapted jains so i'm really excited to share with you. My favorite branches for sigmatic four sigmatic makes makes the highest quality functional mushroom and adapt degen's by incorporating them into mainstream products like coffee and tea and cocoa now the the mushrooms forcing medic put into their products. Are there like literally superfoods. I don't know if you guys have looked into the healing qualities russians but it's kind of crazy. I need to to look for ways additional ways that i can get energy without using caffeine. Caffeine sometimes can have a detrimental effect on your adrenal torino glance. What i love about these adapted jen's is that they improve the skin. They support your hormones. They improve good health and of course it's all helping your immune system from your cellular function now just like a coffee you can add almond milk or coconut cream or or your m._c._a._t. Oil or a little dash of himalayan pink see-saw yeah. I love to add maybe some stevie if you want to sweeten it up a little bit but for me in the evenings what i was doing is a lot of bone broth which is great but i just realized i need something a little bit more for my immune system. I just felt like okay. I need something more something. That's going to give me more immune support and so that's when i started trying mushroom coffee specifically the four matic mushroom coffee and i wanted to tell you guys about it because reducing the amount of coffee or other stimulating drinks you're consuming and consider four four sigmatic okay p._s. They put together a special for us. You get fifteen percent off your order. You can get that by going to four. It's f. o. U. r. the number but spelled out four sigmatic s. I g. m. a. t. I c. Four sigmatic dot com forward slash shalini and you'll get fifteen percent off off your first order our program director ashley. She's a registered dietitian. She loves a stuff. She's the one that's really turned me onto. It and i think you're gonna love it. We keep it soft up in our office and i'd love to hear what you think about it and if you can't remember that link don't worry we've placed it for you below in our show notes so now this is where the hit training comes into play too and i'm going to explain the difference in a moment about hit training but just barn tomato training training is superior but most people don't know how to get there. Most people are doing an interval of twenty seconds on in ten seconds off and they're not at their maximum heart rate so it can't be considered. Takada is simply considered an interval in order for it to truly be a true to body. You have to beat your max capacity. Ask what they also found was that the excess post exercise oxygen consumption say that twenty times fast okay. I'll say it again that there was an increase in the the post exercise oxygen consumption levels of all the athletes. What does that mean. It means that they are improving their fitness. Even after the session it means that there still burning calories at a higher rate for up to twelve hours after tabata session okay so we know that tobacco is superior socially why i wouldn't do to bother every single day well some people can and if they are they're probably not doing it correctly and they're probably not getting the kind of results that they'd like. Here's why because if you're doing a takada truly as a tabatha and you are putting your body your systems all of your systems under maximum stress because that's what exercises right. It's a stressor you know when we're lifting weights what we're doing is we're breaking down muscle fiber and hopes an effort that it'll get stronger so the next time that we train the muscle stronger were breaking down our cardiovascular. Ask your system so that it gets stronger. That's what exercise is. Exercise is stress but it's a healthy stress. When there's proper rest. Oh say that again. Selene johnson exercises only a healthy stress when there is proper rest quote me on that tweet that exercise is a stress and it's a healthy stressed. It's accompanied by proper rest so in order to tax the body is much you truly need to to get a legitimate tomato workout that means you need need adequate rest and as we know adequate rest is anywhere from twenty four to forty eight hours so ideally for you to get optimal results. You should not be doing more than two. Maybe three three times a week as long as you have adequate rest in between. Could somebody do it to every other day you could if you were smart enough to know if your body was fully recovered now if you're beating yourself up seven days a week you're going to keep beating yourself up and you're going to wonder like how can i go and you harder and the truth is what you really need is more rest. You need more restorative workouts. That's why i'm not gonna tell you to only do too. That's why you should actually mix up your training and some days you should do steady state aerobic cardiovascular activities like turbo jam. You know things that are considered steady state aerobics step aerobics cycling where you're not doing intervals those are considered inserters steady state and you always want to mix up your cardio so that you're keeping your body guessing. That's the whole idea and you want to mix it up so that you're also allowing your body to recover. Pyo wpro is a fantastic example of steady state conditioning. We don't working intervals in pyo except in a couple of workouts for the majority of the workouts are considered steady state body weight training now the workouts that professor you sue me to bata studied this with i initially in one thousand nine hundred six. We're just on a stationary stationary bike so that he could have them all hooked up to the apparatus but since that time he's done countless studies using bodyweight training using equipment and the result continue to speak for themselves and the methodology has really caught on amongst a lot of people the difference between two and hit training is this tomato is a form of intervals a very specific intervals basically any interval that includes some form of high intensity so any hit workout you could do one minute of push-ups shops and then one minute of air jacks and then recover for two minutes. It's intervals of intensity and work with rest so so not all hit workouts are built the same. Some workouts are more effective than others. The bottom line is what is your goal. I hope that your goal is longevity. I hope that your goal is simply to be more productive to feel happier to be nicer to be kinder and to live longer. I hope that it is not your goal to look better than everybody else. I hope that you don't i think that by losing weight and losing body fat that somehow you're going to be a better person or a happier person. You may be a happier person but it won't be because your body it will be because you're taking taking care of yourself. It will be because you're showing the world that you matter it will be because you finally have figured out that you can put together a plan and you can fall through an amazing things it's happened but losing weight doesn't make you happy meet somebody who's struggling with an eating disorder and they will tell you losing does not make you happy. It does not make you better. It does not make you more likable more lovable more fun to be around. Taking care of yourself. Is what makes you happier. Which makes you a better better person. Which makes you a better mom. Which makes you better everything but if you're doing it so you can be better looking than somebody else or so that people will see you as worthy because finally you can see your ads. The average woman has to get her body fat so low in order to see her adds that she risks losing the ability to menstruating. I know it's like the obsession. We need to see your ads but you have to know that a big part of that is genetics. Y'all a big part of that is genetics especially for women and dude stew. That's not to say you shouldn't work to keep your body fat low but if the goal is just a particular body part lucrative overall body fat look at your health. Look at how you feel. Do you feel fuel rundown. You feel like a million bucks. Do you like the way you look in your clothes and if that's the case boom you did it goal accomplished and you should be happy you should be proud because because i personally believe that we should be exercising for less selfish reasons and we should be exercising for other people so that we are showing the world that we can take care of ourselves ourselves and therefore we can take care of you. I'm a good leader because i put my own health and my mental well being i. I've got a crazy crazy. Ridiculous ridiculous ridiculous honky la- schedule today today's day where i feel like i don't have time to exercise and that's why i knew it was really important for me to exercise and that's why a tabatha is the best thing you can do when you're short on time. All of these reasons excuses that we give ourselves and say well. I just don't have time to exercise. That's when you need exercise because you'll be more productive with your time. You'll you'll be more creative. You will actually get more done and side note. You'll feel better. How awesome is that. Yeah so that's the difference between two and hit training thing so to recap to bata is a form of interval training developed by professor assume e to bata in japan who was commissioned in one thousand nine hundred six to get elite olympic speed skaters in the absolute optimal level of fitness possible he was able to increase their overall for all fitness rate by just doing four minutes a day of highest maximum capacity training intervals where you do twenty seconds at max capacity asleep ten seconds of rest and then repeat that eight times. That's a total of four minutes. He was able to increase their overall fitness by thirteen percent. The study has been repeated countless countless times. You can still look up on youtube. He's still in the lab studying. It also increases your anaerobic threshold which increases your aerobic threshold by. I twenty eight percent. That's crazy and here's what i love about tomato training. If you're just getting back into fitness or your short on time which who isn't anyone can fit in four four minutes. The question is will you go hard enough in those twenty seconds for it to legitimately be considered a tabatha. That's that's the question the next point i need you to remember. The next takeaway is that you should always be changing it up. You can do about it every day. Your body needs rest. It is in our periods of rest that the body repairs and we make progress. We don't make progress when the bodies being beat up we only make progress during our rest phases and that's why it is important born to rest and sometimes you can rest and still exercise. Does that make sense a slow bike ride a recumbent bike while you're checking your social media channels that would be considered restorative doing very low intensity pyeho or yoga or just doing any work at a very low intensity just so that that you clear your brain. That's considered restorative. Taking a day off is restorative. You know sometimes life just serves yup and day off and you didn't plan it. Don't be mad about it. Say oh cool all this is god's way of saying. I like free to make some progress today. Because when you take a day off you will make progress. The only problem is when you take seven days and then then turns into twenty days off now. We're not making progress but a day off. That's progress so you say thank you god for ruining my plans to exercise today. You must know that i need rest. He always knows what's best for you. Thanks for being here. Thanks for putting up with me. I love you guys. God bless <music>.
Inside Supercars - Show 294 Part 3 Broc Feeney
"I am Jones Dick Johnson from team penske and you're on in Subic. From. The Rice treks across Australia. He is inside supercars. Joining us on inside, supervise, today is Brooke Thenia Man. Who's got a great story to tell because he's gone through the super three super to, and now is going to be joining James Courtney in endurance roads rice at the moment at Baptist later on the year. Congratulations Brca fantastic announcement. Things but I Yeah don't very thrilled today and I think that I'm driving back to the near hostility. Big Seven eight pretty Christ. That I'm really looking forward to. It I'm just really thankful for the opportunity to take the. Diamond Ear Tom, I. Think. It's interesting because You've you've made your way through the ranks, but you've done it very very quickly. When you were? When you were testing the kyle last week. Did you know that if a went? Will you gonNa be in Tibet? Yeah we? We had the discussion before. Quick at thank. Goodness to SORTA DARVA for I headed down to the damn doubt that I would I would have. On the. On going to the ten dial. They wanted to make sure that I was doing my absolute then. at night told that it was the. Night that yet things that things have gone very quick. May My career Nine Bay Ryan not the denied the. Right, thing. That pretty frightening. Now Rice with James Courtney, WHO's possibly the most experienced driver in the field? It's going to be quite a quite a difference between the two of you have well United James. Brenton giant for quite a while actually stat nine dollars for wall, and see with my guys hiding behind what springs the giants We've had a good relationship for a long gone now and you know I did the right thing. With them on the show. We're GONNA. Get to know each other plenty malls that. Great opportunity to partner I'll be. One of the most experienced drivers in the field and in not widen, he'll be going to try in on certainly in the nine months. Now you're running this season in the series as well and Well! It was a shaky stop. How would you look to correct things this weekend sitting next? Yeah like you know. We got three cleanly with probably the biggest out going into that Wasn't the result I was looking for. I coming into stickney NEOM that many bookings. you know very smart dogs and dot fighting for those wins with the United really causing this I I think I. Did break saying quite well for me. Be Locked on a lot better off than where I was when I saw this. As and not only with my writing I think during a lot of driving after Noel on right next cells as well to my states then my business is not to blame crews. And my mindset as well I think completely different coming into this race by I'm feeling really confident, and you know these. Things may be I as well to. Get Myself Dot. Best is outside. All obviously the site. Comes around. Now you're already in a ticket, so that's going to help with getting the language and understanding the why they talk about rising. Not. Going to a really great thing for me. Honestly getting scenarist the whole. Family, and know everyone down sorry. To Be driveable because driving in the same same thing, it's going to be off in. Couple of days before. Okay bonding gods, and I just said we'll be talking the same language and. move to understand what do I. how we work. Thing really good, then. Yeah, really thought people. Well. So when we think back on. Look back on your Corre-. You were podiums winning Australian championships only. Three or four years ago in cards. Yeah well. I think gotten pretty quickly. Twenty, seven eight, I wanted the Rally Kati. At a couple of years, why or new? Year off the BAT WANNA see rights. Than the year after that I wanted to do three kids. Yeah finding the guy. I'll frightening. and. Now be on the greatest. Fastest things have gone very quick. About loves it. Bob! It's interesting because you trying to do as many different things. It seems at the same time, so you've gone into the eighty sixes, and you've run with him fronts, Mosey racing cows, and you're also this year still racing the Excel Cup. Yeah exactly side! Especially when I come into the car, I was theory under my belt and I writing car, certainly different right. Now I just tried to draw many things as like ten on in the show here and I and I the right way I'd ready fixes the excels on the right and obviously in the and I've done it in my house as well. I'm being driving plenty in those three years. Probably out for a little bit of my is The biggest thing that thing right thing and the show is probably the best thing about the writing is probably the best. Of Product and now has so much fun doing it, so it just correct myself in a state and when we aren't rising, I'm fortunate enough to drive up no well with Paul Morris by. It's interesting to see that you ran. One of the Ford Mustang McKenna's at the beginning of this. What did you think of them as a race car and particularly getting some laps around Bathurst in? Yet I was the biggest thing to show just dropping driving it. Getting Miles. On missed out on writing the eighty sixes that back in two thousand nine eleven, three young to fifteen of the on site. Yeah, the big thing was to get left. Night that mock I would sign around there and with a partner with Nick Cotton Iron Cameron. So I was had experience Nikko winning Ba'athists and Aaron Driving Macaws or You know had to go in them at the Gulf coast two hundred years well I. Loved dumping in the Mahas. They're awesome. Todd at drive and Yeah Baptist it was it was probably. Around that because it was not an cycle and yeah, it was right, plenty miles and. Now, you are the defending Kumo tire super three series champion. And at least next event we're going to see your old class and you class old. Join Together. What do you think that's going to bring to? The rising? Having the two classes makes team. Yeah obviously that might be still a bit of upon different swaying the cause and then Utah's Pacific food, so the best thing is is that we're going to have more on the grid and you're not gonNA. Make a great day and I give the service ray chance. Without Thaws and thirty I don't get the. Old Track be right, you know we get the right. The Baptists on the calendar side. Gaza suddenly got something to look forward to Yeah, it's GonNa be very interesting and I'm really looking forward to the united, probably young in that just walked off was last year in the United States. Guys in there as well that united still pretty quick. There'll be interesting I'm sure we'll find out how it is on the way, but I'm certainly looking forward to have a lot more numbers on the grid. Is a guy to the the time differences between those two classes going. If you get to the front. You could actually come up on the back of some of those super three cows. Yet Audible went off you about the. Name but you know it just depends big. Discredit in the. Category! I think you know we go pretty long. Rights is down there either around. Sydney and you know the white hot, so you know we might come along a couple lots, but I'm. That'd be fun and you know. Let up very good You know that's something that we have to wait and say. How does this weekend and right? The point to writing when their bosses well start I'm being trusting. Anyone to find out. Yes indeed, and it should be an exciting weekend now before I let you go this between. Now this weekend when you rice and when you get. Tabatha St have any idea how many races you're going to be able to getting or is. Crazy, you're gonna just when someone says Dr You're going to get they. Typically when when anyone says that there's the Kata Drago something in it. That often they wake and then one I do. be three right which is down in September. by the way things are going at the moment. if the rising still gonna go ahead at the moment in the near future. Yeah the wants to be right beforehand and then obviously be say right to. Family Planning no writing. That's fine, then I'll be yup and Nola. If, there's any. Dry Right stop playing down then on detecting it well Bronco this weekend, and we look forward to saying how you progress in the ticket addressing number five in the dunlop super to series. Thanked adding the? Health old Swede tiny woodlock, who is still on the sick list tomorrow on inside Subic as we hear from Shane Bank is Bergen and Fabian Coulthard I hope you can join us stay in until then he's smiling and by financial inside sue. Cows is produced by thunder media shooting next time for more or locking the podcast on your. Mobile device search inside supercars. The views expressed on inside supercars. 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'Bohemian Rhapsody' - John Ottman
"Featuring classic hits such as we will rock you. We are the champions. And of course, the title track, though, Kamien rhapsody FOX's antiquated film about the iconic, Freddie, Mercury and British rock band. Queen has finally arrived. The new motion picture focuses on the life of mercury featuring captivating performance by Rami Malik starting with the band's formation in nineteen seventy and tracing its path through their nineteen eighty five Live Aid set at Wembley stadium in London, which today is considered one of the greatest performances in rock history to tell this story filmmakers relied upon editor. John welcome to the Hollywood reporter's behind the screen podcast. I'm Caroline Georgina. And in today's episode I talked with John Heyman who shares behind the scenes look at the making of Baheen rhapsody. John is both in word winning editor and film composer. In fact, he has the distinction of having handled both roles on numerous films, including the usual suspects for which year Tabatha for editing, Valkyrie and various x men movies, including X, men two and days of future past John. Thanks for joining us here as with various films. You were initially brought onto bohemian rhapsody as both editor and composer. But you excuse yourself from taking the composer credit while you are in production. Could you explain that? Well, you know, when I read the script even said, I'm not sure this film should have score. But you know, when you read a script, especially for bio pic, you know, the assumption is that nobody how the script reads there's going to end up being areas where you're going to have to support the film dramatically with score. And I accepted that that was most likely possibility, but I just had a sense that it wouldn't be right for this movie. But Nevertheless, I always have vested inch. Interest in wanting to write a score for for film editing because as far back as usual suspects. Now, the editing was sort of my consolation prize for being able to write the score to the movie because Brian starting way back then he would admit this was a blackmail situation where you're not going to be a composer less you at the film. So we started making the film, and I would say halfway through. It was dawning on me that this is just not going to be right to put in film music, because I really wanted to keep the film as the filmmaker without the vested interests of being the composer. I had to sort of say, look this isn't right. We want to keep this film, raw and real even though it's a fun flamboyant movie you wanted to feel like it's not going to lapse into the typical Hollywood thing with doing film music when you don't have to. I mean, I'm always a big believer in not scoring to seen. If you don't have to score it. So in the areas where I'm would have scored I used opera music like in the background the Huber listening to which. Supported a couple of the scenes between him, and Mary, and it makes sense because he wasn't avid opera listener. So again, it's adds more reality the film than than film music would have seized queens actual music in the concert footage as well. As other parts of the film. Could you describe that approach obviously the concert scenes, we're going to be Queen? But there was an effort to use the Queen music in other places, if I could and one of the most emotional areas of doing that was who wants to live forever from the film Highlander that they scored, and it's when Freddie is is mulling about in his house thinking about going to the doctor to ultimately, get his diagnosis. And so I used tracks from that piece of music to carry us through his hit making that decision to go the doctor and then getting a diagnosis and the meeting the kid in the hall, not to ruin the film for people who haven't seen it. But in all this is a very emotional sequence. And so it starts out literally with the song literally. And then I went into tracks of the song to sort of. Four the sequence where he talks to the doctor taking the vocal tracks out and using the orchestra of that song to really emotional song is actually interesting. It was originally a dream sequence that we pre-bus which is doing a animated version what it's going to look like in the film, but we ended up bringing it back down to reality. And just having to be him in the house listening to a news report about aids. So Howard the tracks mix so that the original concert material fit in to the we were really lucky that Queen kept all of the original tracks safe and vault somewhere, I guess, and so they supplied all of those tracks to no matter what song was to to us. And so the the music editor with whom I worked on the film would help me if I needed a dialogue Stanton track is called a stem in so funny to dialogue stem, or if I need a stem Rogers, drumming or stem of this have more separation in the avid when I was. Editing scene. I could I could favor those moments or cut out the dialogue track completely like in who wants to live forever and just use this orchestra stem. And one of the highlights of the film is the Live Aid concert at one stadium. Tell us about. Because that was a big gamble. Like, this the way we're ending the film hope you like it. But fortunately, it carries within such an emotional residents of from Freddie, himself that carries the entire sequence and his performance and music, and and the antics and so forth, and I would say the crap artistic patient as a major thing in the film, queens whole thing was involving the crowd. We will rock. You is the ultimate example of that. And there's a scene where Brian May tells, Freddie, you know, this is what we need to involve the audience more. And so live becomes the nation in that in a really adds so much emotion to it. When you see the participation of the crowd, if you literally just showed the band performing, it would not nearly have had the emotional residents. So what was shot what was visual effects, and how do you bring all the elements together? Well, there was probably a hundred people out there extras, which is nothing. That's like a drop in the bucket in terms of the space out there, but they were used as just. Reference for the camera shot off the stage. You know, so what their actions were were doing the senior long with the songs, but what they did is they took a number of people. I think it must have been. I can't say I think it's around one hundred people scanned each person with three hundred sixty degree scan. And then had each person do all the gyrations clapping or singing along with whatever song was in the concert. And then those people were of course, duplicated. So there's no fake people out there. They're all real. But they're all related, and then they could change the close on the people and try to spice to break up too, many red shirts too, many, blue shirts and so forth. So it was a big job. And you know, there's for budgetary reasons I was asked to stay facing the stage as much as I could. But could get to the point where you have to sell it. And you and again, it's all about the participation in crowd. Even though you can hear them you wanna see them once in a while. So and also some of Romney's best moments are like from side shots or shot. Behind him where you see the crowd. And so all that was green screen and I had to use that. So every time I would do that. Of course, even if it were a sliver of green there shot just off the stage we'd have to fill that in with crowd. You know, not just crowd, but the structure of the stadium and so forth because all that all it was was big parking lot outside parking lot London in London out somewhere. Where the hell were the only reason I know that is because it came down. I was called down to the set to a cameo. And I don't have any what this campaign. It was going to be. And if you watch the film, I'm the first guy in the film after Romney wakes up in his bedroom on the guy walk into the TV van. I'm the I'm the TV director put this gas league on me, and yeah, that's me. So not only they have to fill in the crowd fill the boxes, the, you know, the VIP boxes, and and the structure of the stadium is that's the first time you were in movie. No, I've had little little cameos here. And there, you know, it's usually that kind of situations. I'm so busy. I can't deal with it. So i'm. Recalled down in this is what you're going to do. Okay. Fine. You know? So I wasn't even aware. I was going to have a cameo in the film until I was asked to come to the set. So I usually get irritated. I'm like been blowing entire day driving down there. But but it's pretty if it's pretty featured. I mean, literally, it's it's I walk into right into the camera. And by the camera into the van you see the Princess Di in Prince Charles settling in the TV monitor as I walk into the TV van the live performance the so iconic. So when you edited to what extent did you want to stay faithful to what everyone saw? And to what extent did you want to do something a little different main approach was do something to not do the same thing because we've all seen that, you know? So if there was a way to be a fly in the wall and be on the stage different different angle be closer to Freddie that you couldn't do the original concert. Then that was the that was the idea. And obviously, I always say this was the death star sequence of this film, because you know, the whole movie boils. Down to where everyone knows where it's going. You know, and it's like what about live eight lives. You hear about live. Oh, so the pressure of making this thing work was huge because the entire goal is to end with live. And it's like what if it's a dud? What if it doesn't work we are screwed? And so that was a constant stress for me. You know, obviously Live Aid was one of the first things we shot. So it's something I worked on here. And there whenever I could throughout the whole entire year of the film takes to work with. Yeah. There's a good amount of takes on some songs and almost no takes on a couple of songs because they weren't supposed to be in the film, and they never actually do not in the film. For instance, crazy little thing was was cut out nine literally just did the extended version of that that's going to be released at some point. I don't know what form it's is of standalone or what? But I'm all those little bits that were kind of lighted all being put back, but there wasn't much coverage on that song at all. So I rely on cutting the audience and using some wide shots and so forth. That was a perfect introduction to my next question. I understand it. There was an earlier version that was quite a bit longer. Tell us what what wasn't. Okay. Well with every film. Of course, they're always a quite a bit longer. And you know, usually the end result is about ninety percent the best decision. But there's always about ten percent that the the editor will disagree with. So there are some things I wish we had put had left in the film, and there's a couple of moments of live at wish we had left in it would've added like an entire main or to God forbid, but they were cut out. So there there's little moments of songs cut out just for time. And then there was two songs out. We will rocky was cut out and crazy little thing was cut out. So in the extended version it'll be those two songs put back in tire. But also all the other songs that were edited all that's being put back, and there are amazing moments of Freddie's gyrations that were cut out pains me to death when I see the film, but I'm very happy that we're going to release the extended version so people can see all those. Elements. What else this cut that? You would like to kept in. I understand there were some sequences when he was a child. Yes. It's a great movie. But you know, I it's always something that you wish were in there, and I had wished to put some of those scenes in when I went and saw I Tanya in while we were making this film. I in they sold her as a little girl, you love her the whole movie, no matter what she does. And so I was thinking that's Zanzibar for us. You know, we don't have that problem though, you love, Freddie. No matter what he does in the film. So that was one of the reasons not to put it in and just be talked about I have no idea if they're ever gonna do an extended release of the movie itself, but it'd be nice to put some of those things back Brian May and Roger Taylor were around a lot while the film was being made. What was it like to work with them, and what sort of input they provide? They were of course, mainly concerned with how the concerts were being portrayed only because the inevitably needed to be edited down. So either dubious task of having to slash their music here and there, but I am a composer. So I did try I did do a music. Of course. But there wasn't always agreement on what bar I should cut and so forth. So I would cut a scene together. And then they would come in and take a look at it and give their notes about God wished that. We're back. You know, inevitably. There was a Brian make Tarso with that. I'd have to cut out because he's Qatar moments are amazing. But they're also a lot of Phil for a concert there. Just kind of buying time to go back into the course, or whatever. So those were often cut down been so, but he was very good about it. He I think as the process went on Brian May understood the filmmaking needs to how these things be shorter. But we add a couple bars back here taking bars back there. And then then the other thing, of course, very involved in was the final mix of the movie. So they came to the final double. We put all the tracks together and do an amazing mix, and you know, it's like favor the guitar more here or favor the base more here, maybe Freddie's to echoey things like that. And so that added a lot of time to our mix. But it was great. We want their blessing. So, you know, in the end, I think everyone was happy. And you just got back from London. And you attended the premiere at Wembley. What was that experience? Like, I hate premiers on these hermits that just cannot stand going out and going into crowded areas. But it was amazing. I've never seen such a big spectacle in my life. And even people who go to premieres times that it was the biggest premieres I've ever seen, and we are joking. Well, this isn't even like a JAMES BOND movie or accident film. It's was supposed to be this little this Little Rock band movie. You know, and it's got this premier that eclipses those premiers. So it was pretty astounding. I mean, literally was seven or eight thousand people in Wimbley stadium. The new one the smallest stadium. Whatever that they've put next to the original Wembley stadium for what it's called. And they they constructed this screen, which was I guess the biggest screen ever constructed in the UK, and it was extremely clear astounding image and next day. They trashed it. You know, then a sound try normally dread if these big event, premiers was amazing the spent a lot of time and Paul mass. Who are our sound mixer on the film actually supervised it because he was horrified. We were going to do this giant venues, well, which isn't good for a movie, you know, but it was in seven one surround and sounded amazing. Yeah. So the crowd was obviously going crazy. And even when Brian May walked into take his seat, the stomping clapping for the Iraqi thing, pounded the theaters. It was pretty crazy. You know? But it was it was a great event. Such an interesting background is both a composer and editor tell us a little bit about how you got started. I grew up in San Jose, and I made films as a kid, you know, make a long story short Bryan singer in USC. I was helping out on a friend's film. They're a thesis project, and I was doing the sound boom lane. Bryant was doing the sound mixing or whatever he was on the project, and we met, and then we ended up doing short diner s kind of film together co directing with him. And then from there, we did a Sundance movie called public access, which is really low budget weird movie. We did I was in the film as I had as I was holding on a full-time job, by the way, the composer dropped out eleven our because the musn't working and so forth, and we had our backs up against the wall for deadline for for the Sundance film festival. So I told Brian I said, look, you know, I I write music is a hobby and heels you have all you do all that feel good stuff for doing. I was doing industrial videos quick set lot company and co parking all this feel good music. And I said, no, no, no, I can do dark and sinister character was in film the joke of it. Then after that film successful and no one had really done both. Imposed on the editing on a film like that before I ended up being pigeonholed in my composing career as being the dark guy. So I was doing all these horror films and sinister fucked up movies, and where I was this lower composer inside wanting to wanting to do that. But I'm and later my career I got to do that. I got to do things like Astroboy animated it was animated feature. But it was like great to be able to write a a score like that full of emotion, and I've had other opportunities to composers, and I've got to branch out and do things like kiss kiss bang bang, which is found in new niche for myself as sort of like wry sense of humor. I have with music. So, but that's how it all started. We really was when I had to write both score and the and do the editing on that on that Sundance film. So then we put the suspects film together. I was like I love this writing film us stuff. And it's like, well, you're not going to do that lets you at the film. So you obviously have done a lot of movies with Bryan singer. So when he was replaced on bohemian rhapsody. How did that impact? I work, you know, it really didn't industries way because throughout my career with Brian. He lets me do my thing is not doesn't really like to screw with my head because he wants to be surprised. But when I'm going to do he's afraid of messing up an idea might have. So he likes to go away on vacation and come back and see what I did. So this was kind of like the same thing, but never came back. But in Dexter was only on for very short time. So I basically ended the film by myself with my two partners grand king, the producer and his producing partner. Dennis Sullivan, and we bonded, and we just had the same sensibilities, and it was like amazing partnership. We had so when actually very smoothly for me. You know, I I usually on the set all the time and on this film. I just wasn't the editing room. So I was sort of shielded from all of the stuff that was going on. What was your favorite scene to cut sometimes your favorite scenes to cut are the most difficult things to kind in? Because they're rewarding and the scene where they're put into gin together human rhapsody in studio in this country side barn. It's a great scene. And the moment put together I was pissed because I'm like, okay. No. They're going to blow this part. I know they're gonna cut it down. Screw you still angry. So I cut an anger, but it was never touched not a frame changed from when I had constructed that seem. Hi. Do you want? Are we done the challenge? And that scene was that. I would say it was about fifty percents improvised so Romney. And then the guy's playing the band members just went off the script. And so Romney would say, it's really cool. But there was never necessarily an answer to it. But I would take like Brian moment from later in the scene and create an answer. And so basically to take all the improvise lines and scrip them out in the room and kind of pull off this sort of banter, and that's what makes the seem more real and funds because it really is banter, but it had to be sort of designed in a way in the room. That's one of my proudest moments in the film, and so happy survived and then talk a little bit about establishing the relationship between, Freddie, and Mary establish that relationship was not too easy because you know, the audience wants to get on with the band's rise. We have to tell this story between them, which is which is one of one of the cornerstones of of the film. How do you? You have someone meet someone have a courtship moving together the United. So that we can move on with story. So I would say that was the biggest challenge was was was telling that story offscreen and having a lot of time go by otherwise I would have been another thirty minutes of a such an important relationship to establish. She really is such a big part of his life throughout his life. Yeah. I mean, she I mean, I think a lot of people don't know that story. I mean, I think diehards know that story. But I think most people don't know that that that even though he was gay the love of his life happen to be a woman, and that causes a lot of cognitive dissidents in, you know, some people having to understand that concept when they see the movie, I mean, everyone loves the film. But I mean, people who are haven't seen the film and are are commenting on that already because it's confusing for people just as it was confusing for Freddie, Freddie was in love with her because she was a soulmate. But he couldn't give her everything. And there was. Line the film Bush's. What do you want from me? And he says almost everything that's the way of telling her. I wish I could give you more of an can't. And so that's what the story was so sorry that that's the story of the movie. And then of course, he does find love in Jim Hutton guy. He meets later at this party. What do you hope people will take away from the film? I hope the big takeaway is just a celebration of Freddie, Mercury. You know? I mean a bio pic, which can only be so long can only service so much of a person's life. And I think the goal of the film was to allows many people's possible to experience the movie, and so we had to make it for wanted to make it for people who could bring their kids as well at least bring their teenagers in yet. We also had to service the dark side of Freddie, without having to be rated R. So I think it was quite a challenge to make everyone happy, and you never gonna make everybody happy. But I think by narrow. Knowing the confines of the movie enough younger people couldn't see it. So that was the challenge. And I think I think we basically succeeded by making a film. That's basically a romp. It's fun. It does delve into freddy's demons, and in the end a man who who we seen many times in entertainment or music, you know, who gets too full of himself and alienates everyone else. And then and then comes back with his tail between his legs and apologizes. And then. Comes back together and humbled individual. And and then given the backdrop of what we know happened to, Freddie, as even more emotional residents when he basically performs his swansong way. Even though he died years later, nevertheless, this was the big moment. And this is the quintessential of Freddie, bonding with his audience e so beloved by especially those who are Queen fans that I think that those fans would want others to discover him. You don't know them as well as they do. So I think if you're clean fan or someone who who loves Freddie, Mercury. And there is there's a love for this guy. You want other people to feel what you're feeling until again, the more people that you could bring into that understanding him better. Thank you so much joining us anytime.
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"Woke means the latest addition <hes> the e._s._p._n. Dan thomas shack his and stevie nikko. We also welcome as julianne laurent to the show and as is tradition it seems julianne is only starts with a name interesting stuff coming out from jodi cog donna on the fossil and a board saying name is he's not happy at his team. That is the situation that has to be resolved in paris today. At this time we roll around around that he can join boston. If one day there is a name our case we will talk. Joel's standing parents is not going to barcelona. No that would be far too simple nikolai too easy done so this is maybe the truth of today and that's what cardona had to say the truth of tomorrow tomorrow and the days after we'll be different. Maybe the saiga thing really remembers on until the thirty first of august even the first of september because they really wants wants to leave and really wants to go back to the bathroom and really want him to go as well to leave because he doesn't want to be there and ambassador now. They have to find a way somehow of sending a decent offer to g to try to get name on bike. You've that's really what they want to not be. D._v._d.'s and the woman emma who trained today in pirate and look happy with his teammates and with the whole human onto raji father still confident that can happen with barcelona jules speculation meanwhile in some of the press. I've seen that you've offered name all alone madrid something. The president perez is keen to see <unk> happen. It's not so much wants pulled pork by the whole he wants. He doesn't want he doesn't want anyone else. You won't i pulled pork bar. If frontino products there's an bringing pug bob signed name instead. I'm not sure will be very happy with with the president and he rightly we saw because like he's been saying it doesn't it doesn't need name right now. There's a one name either going forwards. He's got plenty of options on the on the left in the center as as well and and really why needs is another midfielder or maybe even two if you donovan the bake will happen as well and by sunny the priority for sedan not name amo. We'll move the needle on this choice who all make it get done p._s._e. Are trying to play games by saying tabatha listen. You know he's is yours if you want him. Give us a good of this has to be sorted out between between nine and the solve the season in france for example which is next weekend or maybe the following weekend and i think they would be happy if he was to go. You know later in the month because like we said he wants to leave and they don't want him to stay because he doesn't want want to be that however they also need to think about replacement if if he wants to go so i d g they keep talking to botswana's awesome high if they get rid of continue of rocky teach and bring more plays into into the club then we'll be able to make this offer at the moment nothing is moving and if he stays nemo we'll have to remain peres meanwhile it looks like develop is remaining inch terrain and lukaku in manchester for the moment. This is how big toll wasn't it. Last week and reporters suggesting was very close to being done this swap d._o. However over the last twenty four hours solstice the same pretty much well. It's off the table. It's not happening yeah and i mean people in manchester saw blaming an agent for wanting too much money and asking asking for exorbitant wages and and you know and commissions and stuff like that but let's not forget here that politics would have to go from eventers too much to the united. She's not really the most appealing of transfers. Let's be honest and the most attractive or transfer no champions league now a team that would compete for the title by any stretch of the imagination either and you know and and they they expect yeah yeah i would love to come and just why don't you pay me even less than event is either he wants he wants money and he wants united to to make a more attractive offer to him than what they've been doing so far so i don't think you can really blaming for trying to get more money and trying to make that move and be more attractive just point it doesn't they. In the sense that manchester united don't hold the sort of peo. Maybe they did in the past. However if you're palo davala twenty six years of age looking to make a statement is not manchester united good place to do it. I don't believe so you know he's for me. In the last particularly two seasons he's lost the he's lost the name and and what people run the world of him because he hasn't produced and so if he's going to go and and make an interim self again he has to go somewhere where he's gonna get the ball where he's gonna get a chance to create and school goals and right now you don't see anybody manchester united been able to do aw heading the ball and i'm sure he's actually capable of so why would he put his chance. Maybe his last chance on the line go into a shade aid but he's not quite sure he's going to get the ball. So where does this leave. Roman lukarco jules paquin as favorites. Yes i think so content who simcoe optimistic on sunday after the game into play the spurs that maybe the could could happen. I think there was there was a time where people i thought that he was gonna go to you've enters into could forget about him. The fight that dibella now that he's not moving to manchester from from from us to to to you look can happen now. It's all so into seems to be really the only klebb nah able to afford him way would actually want to go as well and with the manager in onto continues really keen on the player and probably to be fair to lukaku. I think he would fit kunti an interstellar football far more than sarah new ventures. I still and picture in my head our luke kuhn sarah would have got on together event so personally. I think it would be a much better than you would have been. You spoke about poor pauper per before we were in this weird world. Aren't we now with the way in which the transfer window works thursday it closes in the premier league which means that no premier league side and and then add to their squad after that deadline however players can leave and go to other lease come as you mentioned before that league closed until the end of the month but surely if you just unite and if any deal is going to get done to see paul poke believe it would mean you'd want it done by thursday because at least then you'd have the chance to spend that pump the money yeah you're right and hopefully for united and whoever is in charge over there of the transfers whether i would've maybe whoever let's hope for them that they have a plan in place as well just in case madrid arrive with bigger and better than the one they've just made with the twenty seven or thirty million euros plus homage would regain which obviously was turned down but if they can come up with something better than that and bigger than that then united would have a plan in place already to go again midfielder maybe to go and get the talking player or maybe another defender to spend a bit of that book by money however if that doesn't happen before thursday then you struggle to see united being okay of leading pokemon go to madrid without being able to replace him or at least to spend the money on other players. What a mess. Why doesn't that time is another show i suppose but with donning paul paul how much of a coup is it for manchester united nineteen if they keep him this poor poor but will continue to give his absolute best for for manchester united if these as much as he wants to go he doesn't impress me as a kind of personal the kind of player who through all his toys to the prom who won't try her show on manchester united he give as he always has a lot of season. We say public giving one hundred percent in every match listen to wasn't great but i don't think that's poor pub. Being you know as a sabe being upset with club or throwing some kind of on field protests is just wasn't playing that well if he's been seated totally shot he if you think poll pole was not bothered why would we found in at the end of the season front who strapped for trying to argue and plead with them that tells you he's bald and yes. It wasn't wasn't always great but i'll tell you what not once that i ever think it wasn't dry and that's good the blue half of manchester and talk about the future of leroy santa of course picked up a knock during the community shield final came off after just nine minutes. We'll this stifled binds attempt to try and get immature gills it depends on the seriousness and the gravity of the injury of the knee and the ligaments for example would be out for six to eight months or something. They're not going to spend one hundred million euros on him clear and we all we all know that however if like cities seem to think it's not too serious and we don't have the latest updates on the the the text is today and it's not they're not think the movie certainly on he. He wants to go back home. He wants to go to buy munich. They really need him. The need to strengthen their squad as well especially those wide attacking area so it makes sense for everyone and city will get an amazing deal for leroy sunny to get one hundred million heroes for him money that again before thursday and again you would think that cuba garish done in the team over there have something in place to spend that money and replace him that would go through and then everyone would be happy by munich sunny and much of the city being quiet for city so far this summer obviously boards in rhodri. They've now added can selo as well to the ranks thinks making the switch from events the city you've got done. Hilo resume hasn't done much going the other way. We'll consult will be first choice. Joel's i still think the car walker would be your first choice does obviously the option to blame us tobacco in england lynn if pep decided one day to go through the bike for example and then you can play consolo who so good going forward and such a cross of the ball in a be more of a position in which a bit higher on the pitch which is better probably consolo is just to grow version. One really struggling with is how you've entered a happy with that. Did i just don't just don't get it how you can lose conceal. Get that neto on a little bit of with it and still being being happy because i consider we'll be the perfect robot for my so. Sorry sorry wants to play next season with you. Venter's just quickly cleese david kara walker. Has he done enough. Do you think guardiola since he's joined from spurs for that big fierce yeah absolutely a listen to spend fifty million on them depends better talk. Walker has made that defense better as we mentioned. Thursday is the deadline further transfers in the primarily. That's the last thing which they can answer their squads. I'll transfer talk is line is being very very busy. Then over the next few days. Check it out over on the website and now i fought from geico aiko motorcycle. It took fifteen minutes to take a spirit animal quiz online. Please be cheeto the cheetah and learn your animal. Animal isn't the cheetah but the far less appealing blob fish <hes> come on glad insult to injury. You could've used those fifteen blob official minutes to switch your motorcycle insurance. Geico geico fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on motorcycle insurance. Karen maguire officially presented today as the latest addition to the manchester united squad son contrat along side. Are they going to social status. I on cicis was made official. He's he's upset about that. They needed you know somebody who's gonna lead that late. Somebody's going to be vocal. Somebody who can actually play you cannot do that. He's not million but the fact is. He mixed them so much better defensively. It has to be one of the most expensive defender of all time and listen. It's just what the golden as you know. Certainly i wouldn't say he's the best defended of all time next to the golden age eighty million and monchy aided the needed bodily and it's a premium premium. They have to pay yes because of the situation meanwhile yesterday of course we saw the community shield stevie went ahead breakdown liverpool's defeat on penalties to taste. Why not i'll tell you why i'm lost because because the result in this game for me is not what of what you know when you're going through preseason as a player or coach you the idea was to stop slowly and make sure by the time you <unk> game that you ready yes and it's not always straightforward and it hasn't been for liverpool because in some games who've been questioning but this game against city absolutely other percents tells me that the ready to go the way they particularly in the second half played the way that we know livable because the ball didn't let position put them under severe pressure. That's the liverpool that we saw last year and to be able to see that seven days before the season starts is grit for a little fun but for your club. I'm sure he's well pleased to see that. The one negative you did mention to me was once again the goal coming from the far side from apple's perspective with alexander on. I think i think if you look at the goals of liverpool loser comes down that shade and the husky questions over the not just the partnership that i think it will be stocked with which will be mighty and alexander ronald. It's job because i need my. I need my sent back to tell me when i'm full but i need to push me around a little and so help me with my physician because alexander ronald she'll she'll. I'm not so sure that mighty can do and i think that's why sometimes alexander arnold donald gets positioned defensively liverpool legend slams alexander says he asked to be up to learn that we'll be talking about. We're gonna later on as always you can check extra time which is available on youtube channel plenty of content over <hes> for you to enjoy favorites to win the premier league. The book is we've. They've got it pretty much. There's a two-horse race city on liverpool. Then thirty five big jump men to spurs third favorite's fifteen two one chelsea then twenty five to one makes them the favorites to finish in four united and arsenal coming in fifteenth time. Isn't it really of the year for some predictions steve. Oh ooh okay. Stephen has got manchester united finishing fourth. I'll tell you what we do. Everybody's prediction and then we'll talk about the particular points that have been made so our top scorer player of the year sixty to win the title also to finish ahead of chelsea <hes>. Let's take a look at what shocker has said. He is also got city winning the league as well liverpool runner-up spurs. He's also united in the top for our cia exactly the same isn't it when you're gonna go arrow as top scorer as opposed to sada. Let's see if jill's mixed up slightly has indeed he's got oh my goodness jewels liverpool winning it city second his beloved arsenal a third spurs fall off chelsea faith and his anti united way's safe harry kane top goalscorer banados silva. They signed and to make it through as a player of the year. Okay joe is my prediction as well as liverpool's spurs chelsea four united faith in in safe harry. Kane top score came to bring you. Shed was a one season. Wonder exactly have lately gone on this thing. <hes> wish i wanna start with joel saying that liverpool staffing to win the league is there year surely they've grown so much squads with club as a manager adjourn in the last two years. They came so close last year in the league it would be thirty years since the last title as we know come next may and i really believe now the they in the right place. Everything like i said the way they've built their squad. The weather star football the mentality that will have after everything they went through last year in the league and being so close. I really believe with thirty years of course since steve. Nicol was helping them win the tide so but you don't think they're going to do it listen. I was trying to come up with an argument. Why in the space of the summer liverpool the pull of gotten ahead of manchester city gills argument that now is that time well other than digital raw got phelan as kane and don't go on raw got feelings i mean the truth is out liverpool better today than they were in the last season and they will run. I'm not sure they are there. Are the only argument i had to. Figura was as losing company. Does that make the difference between liverpool being better than city but until i see a game right i can't i can't on rhodesia. Yes and that's why. I've got city just ahead of liverpool. There's a man who knows about rule. Gut feelings joel's roles. Can you discuss why you fail basically that as we said pick names in over the summer listen. I think to start with winning. Three titles in a row is almost mission impossible. Only solace ferguson donate twice. Okay is the only one hundred hundred and twenty six years of english football history to have done it. I don't think guada- much the city will do it. At some point this season champions league will take over the focus will take over there the ambition and the motivation because that's the one whether or not the one the owners and a lot of people at the club clip want to win and i think that we're masuda shift last year didn't happen. I think the shift this year of city and the champions league and liverpool in the league more than the other around and will be there and like i said i really think that for everything liverpool and club learn from la season all that disappointment in the league the only defeat and yet come one point show. I really believe that does make them a better squad better team. What are you send your city. This is going to one point is going to be closed last. It'd be close by this one point or not well. We have to wait to see i. I think there's an to steve's point. It's not a good starting. Nothing position for liverpool where you are your who is in somebody else has player leaving your who city liverpool being better as that company pretty has left manchester city. That's not where you want to be in charge of your own destiny. I just don't think liverpool of done that and the one thing that i- city have done spend a big biller squad to win the title over the last couple of seasons even though they haven't spent the kind of money that we'd normally associated with them. They've added one or two pieces orbit for lots of money and just fresh out squad this time you haven't seen liverpool even that out to the depth of their squad and i just feel that that could come back to hone them so much went well for them last year as as julian rightly points out one defeat yes elite force short. You just don't see that happening again. If you look look at my pigs kevin debris was my player of the year now that's a play that the didn't how last year because he was just so engineer plagued so yes the bush company with also gained kevin the broin up he would walk into any say in the world so we all agree that the first two will be city and liverpool disagreement of course over the order and then he gets a bit interesting arsenal finishing third julianne moore on. I really believe in the in the like young a true franz. I think they're going to strengthen the defences where with the center by between nine thursday and i like the civil signing for example. I like the energy that it would be in that team. I think that would be better equipped away from home. Which is really what led them down. There were thirds in terms of points a home after liverpool and city but only eight away from home because i don't think that the tool for example to play on the council in many of those games theme we've peppy obama young and like especially should we pay pay. They've added to try to be better where from whom i think the defense is obviously always the department where the heart to be stronger and i believe that they they will they will sign at least one defender between nine thursday to be a bit better defensively but yeah i believe i believe in them and i'm ready to finish that i love the we shoulders peppy obama yang in luck yeah unfortunately even mentioned socrates matafi on jimbo's as good as upfront fee was chilean bodies the bike three and that's why i've actually got money united ahead arsenal in fourth both place because it had gone out after losing fifty four goals last year gone and bought one misako who is a real defender and the mcguire. Who's a real real defender. You stick the hair behind them as well. No united luke pray solid defensively where does arsenal goodness what an absolute shambles and we can see well. The thing goes shane. Somebody who they gonna shine this actually going to make such a difference. That's why i don't have them to four. I think also better than they were last season. I think they mean score more goals and keeping my exactly how many dischord last year but i don't think i don't think i am addressing the issues very poor the back that that remains and then for me also the biggest issue is when things get tough. They don't have leadership. They don't have any metal new show that fourth place this lose last season on somehow they contracted to do exactly that that's a lack of leadership lack of any real spying bryant signed somebody between no one thursday. Don't see them addressing that significantly enough time chose about why things mentioned innovation safe maybe later on in the week just reminding download our daily podcast which is available on the website. We talked offs week but we found a lot of tweets. Dr incident you save. He is and that you would read this moscow fire. Walk mark sable through some thirty some beans we any sort of the baked beans yeah any pretty much. Yeah i mean we should probably just confirms either someone purchase off that was a shepherd's pie. That's a me by surprise goodbye. You're welcome into extra-time. Thank you very much feel tweets. Do you think they should be more time. In between the end of the preseason. The start in the premier league league season crop has recently complained about the short amount of time huckabee was actually not a problem. I'm with when the season ends and the season begins right. It's unfortunate the international tournaments and in the middle of it so it's not really when the season he's been funny. She's installed all the nonsense that goes on june in the middle of the summer when the players can't get a break who is student excited is it about the most ac- play the premier league they hadn't even listened to the spurs all nicholas pepe for arsenal and both uconn you choose. You choose easily enough. Come on i'll happy yeah. Ah frank was very excited about when he was on frank leboeuf to junior out. They're going to win the league school a goal because you're going to lose a goal which goes seventy-three only six liverpool scored more right or you're going to choose tools <hes> <hes> because i want to see him with obama young and like i said ed's but i also want to see the million i i much. Nobody can can hold his ground in the big matches against the other. Big powerhouses is in the paula tissue banks. Yeah i love the most stressful person to watch gang with the president. Who's laughing when liverpool plan plan. Everybody is all right and you're the teams t._v.'s all right with any other team. Everybody's okay with all now. It's interesting because someone on this panel is normally very calm. However when it comes to turn on tobago's explains the only time i've ever seen you really spike what you're trying to suggest that then you do a commentary once the <hes> involved refuse to speak in the second half pretty much yeah we will lose him. Bodily used to produce produce. Something moved seriously. It became by the u._s. They've never had me back sits below. What's that okay. <hes> chose really about peers. We'll check with n._p._r. Thing yeah wow especially especially the big cheese we ended losing badly usually so yeah at least happens once in a live to our white none. No thank you for having me thank you evanson awards more likely to take a shot at tops six shack and if they all top six what top sixteen currently is out. There's a lot of top sakes. I'm going to go wolves must because i thought they made a decent run last year. A <hes> change it for them and poodle have chelsea finishing six right now. I want to miss out. It's going to be justin optic concussion with my landlord friend over here. Oh yeah i i can well considering. We actually don't know what we're gonna. Get from really man for that reason alone you comfort them here the world because we know he's getting from moves open attack football bowl fun eagles but i can't see that right now but ever joe's everton i think the signings that they've made some some again after all the money they invested last summer is a huge statement from mukasey lavar. He's the manager and find the right formula. We those new players especially. I think they would be very solid and very hard to beat and i think we'd have a good girl at that top. Six finish voice which i think clinging europe as well for awards might be a bit too much for them to to play no competition final question. You're excited for the return of craig burley tomorrow to his humble and i am imagine all all that forty five. This is a busy. Are you yeah ah last night we had a good run digital fosters well. It's going to be so by they tend. He'll be here since twelve so he'll be ready. Recommend down yeah arrive at five to four. Tomorrow's uh-huh stand who else e._s._p._n. A._f._c. is back on the australian samara with the return and of craig burley this as not bothered by anything. That's happening happened.