18 Burst results for "Tabitha Soren"
"tabitha soren" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"And football, there are so many more guys drafted into minor league baseball that have aspirations, of Major League baseball than make it only six percent of them do, and so there are hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of guys who have been the star of their little league team in the Star of their high school team in the Star of the college team, but they don't. Don't have it a bit. You know once they hit major league pitching. They can't continue so that kind of fall from grace and that kind of pushing at the expense of so many other things in so much sacrifice to the body and also intellectual sacrifice, because they're so focused on one narrow thing I I would be able to get to that through baseball. Never mind the fact that the positions on the field keep every player completely separate from each other, so it underscores individualism even from just where they play on the field as opposed to soccer and football and basketball, where there's this whole crowded jumble of bodies crushing into each other back and forth. These you know usually the athlete doesn't have the choice of getting out of the sport. He's kind of pushed out the door in some ways and I've always been interested in the process with athlete decides to leave a sport as to how he went through it. Because first of all, there's a couple dynamics in play that we don't have to deal with a normal life. One you know four years in the National Football League that may make make twenty six years old when you're out of the game of the same can be said for basketball baseball as well and that abruptness that abruptness as to. To one one's career ends and the adulation, and all the things you have to deal with when you're in it especially, if you're in and out a successful level like the major leagues, I find fascinating. Were you able to capture that in the pictures that you took I? Think so I definitely think there's some heartbreak in the pictures. I think there's some failure I think there's a lot of struggle that said so I follow twenty one players of the two thousand two, Oakland as draft class eventually ended up being on sixteen different teams, and of those twenty one players, five of them got to the major leagues. The ones who didn't the ones that came up short out of that whole group. So that's sixteen players. Only one of them retired of their own volition. His name is Jeremy. Browne us from Huey talent. Obama and he was one of the moneyball draft class. He got a lot of attention. It made him very uncomfortable. He's shy. He won the Johnny Bench Award Amis. He's a great athlete but he didn't like being on the road all the. The time he didn't like being away from home is personal. Life was falling apart, and he quit and went back to fix it. Even though billy bean had said look. You know you shouldn't do this. You're basically the backup Major League catcher. You know you're you've played in with Oakland. You know many times this season. You're going to be doing even more and still. It wasn't good enough. He decided he was more comfortable in his own skin. Skin and wanted to see what he can do to fix this family, but everyone else had to make a transition into another vocation another love. Some of them just didn't make that transition. They went into coaching, so they just transferred their skill and their experience into something, super, super similar, but many of them went. You know went into other things like teaching or insurance salesman one is a dog groomer. One guy though had a really hard time. Time is mark. Hager and he spent all the money he made in baseball on drugs. Alcohol and alimony, and ended up homeless and slept in his car for about a month, and ended up in a sober living facility and has worked his way back to a you know quote, unquote, normal life with paying job and a girlfriend and his own apartment, but I think that what I was interested in was what happens to somebody identity who? Has Always Thought of themselves as baseball player, and all of a sudden. That's taken away. Then who are you? Then? It was more of an identity thing rather than a lack of adulation, famous nece. This is a very insightful book with excellent pictures and the author, the photographer and a Tabitha Soren his with us. We continue across the country and around the world. We've got you on sports byline. Have.
"tabitha soren" Discussed on Unorthodox
"Thinks that it's a little bit too easy to dismiss. You know Jewish religious concerns in a way that I don't know it'll have been so cavalier. Maybe even the same outcome but maybe a different process for any other minority in America I think. Se is such a Badass. I've been actually following her career for some years. That's sort of the the pride and perils of being at a Jewish magazine for almost a decade. She's amaze ending island. She's a long island. Sisters of course seems to meet some compromise could be reached. Sds Olympic dreams should not end. Here that's why should play Israel. Let's get her on the show. Sc Call US St. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA find. You should play all three of us. He's been in deep training. She doesn't have time for us You know I hope has time for us. Lady Kitty Spencer. Princess Diana's niece who apparently according to various British reports is going to convert to Judaism She's marrying a Jewish fashion tycoon. More than twice her age. According to The Times of London Lady Kitty Spencer. A twenty nine year old model. GotTa give to Michael Lewis. Sixty one year old chair of the Foscarini group in December. Not The author. Michael Lewis not who leaving Tabitha Soren former MTV news for percents. Don't even say that pooh-pooh Kim Hoorah for very specific subset of royal watchers. Who are Jewish like. This is like catnip. This is the perfect thing. It's sort of like how Meghan Markle's I wish there was a whole thing of like is Meghan markle Jewish that was like a few days of of speculation on the Jewish Internet. Yeah I mean. I don't really care about this. I'll be perfectly honest. I just think that it's I liked marvel at the fact that like this is the stuff of headlines. We don't really run this kind of blog at tablet anymore but like there is a world in which this generates headlines for like at least three days. I'm well on the record over the years I've written about his royal watching especially for an American proud citizen of a country that fought a war to get rid of royals and to not have to bow and shit before them. Royal watching an American is sad to begin with Amen. If you'RE GONNA watch if you're going to be obsessed with them out of some sort of weird deep Anglo Philip Pathology. We want them to be sort of like dysfunctional church of England like like drunk in dysfunctional wasps. Like I don't want I want there to be no Jews in the royal family. I want them to be this like fabulous train wreck of what happens. Through centuries of high church Y Anglo Inbreeding you see kids. That's why we fought a war right the idea that we want them to kind of that. We Ju- sort of want to sneak in through marriage through conversion on no way this like we will be off running. Hollywood and the media and electing Bernie Sanders President or having jared Kushner baked peas or whatever we do in America. Were Jews. Get to do it up. We that. That's our bag. The royal bag is being like stiff. Upper lipped GIN tonic addled extramarital affair having Weirdos and I want nothing to do with that exact these I think might be your most controversial take yet or the one that's GonNa get you into the most trouble and I look forward to it but I don't think I wholeheartedly. I hate you. Fine Century MELTSA Leila Mark. But I don't think people wash because they like want to be I mean there's a fascination we watch and we watch from a distance from an ocean away Understanding that this is not our culture but just finding a fascination in the pomp and the pageantry and. I don't think there's anything wrong with that. I think you're inferring. A lot of weird things onto people who just like to watch a pretty wedding fine but then it's not a Jewish wedding that that's not the wedding we want to watch. We've seen enough Jewish weddings. We've been to Leonard's of great neck I disagree they do a great Bat Mitzvah. The thing about the royal family over the years is that like it's basically become a reality show right like all day thing about William and Kate's wedding. We can watch it. There's no reason why we can't see ourselves in that world because they're they become so much a part of our world so I think it's I'm all for it. I love my Jewish relatives too much. I love the Big Jewish family too much to wish any of us into that family but all the sparkling thing into the most useless family on the face of this plan south. No Fun you know. Who's the only people who are worse than the British Rolpa family? People in Europe are worse than the British royals are of course my beloved Belgians. What's the latest this weekend celebrated the latest annual installment of the AALST? Jawohl commandant the oddest festival. Which of course is a festival in which March this year? There have been brand new cost him. So previous years. I've only been like crazy. Anti Semitic huge puppets and people dressed up as Orthodox Jews with a huge dollars in gold coins gold coins and huge hook nose running around looking like dermer caricatures. So that wasn't enough for our friends in Belgium this year. They amended their costume. Said that the top part of the costume is still stereotypical. Hook nose. Jew The bottom part of the costume is insect like so we are now money grubbing hook nosed bastards who are one part vermin only in Belgium. This is just fantastic. The Jewish Prime Minister of Belgium Sophie Williams came out and the statement and said even though almost carnival is much more than that. These facts detract from our values and reputation of our country. Gee you think Sophie. Is there a sadder person in the show? Is there a more difficult tortured job to have than being the Jewish prime minister being the Jewish Prime Minister of Belgium and so since Belgium shows to completely ignore all of the entire world's please including their own prime minister and temperature antisemitism We should double down and honor them by calling them. Not only the child's rape capital of the world but also from this moment hence the Child Rape Nazi sympathising capital of the world. Congratulations Belgium. I've a question. I've never actually seen anything to substantiate the child rape capital of the world part. I want to watch my discomfort with that idea. I think at this point. It's in Belgium to prove that. It's not also parade. There are more than fifteen people dressed in S S UNIFORM. Walking around town and only two of them are potential heirs to the throne of England. What are the other costumes? This is what I don't understand. There was a crematorium smoke stack. That was a very popular one. Is it all Jewish customs? Or they're like is it like no. There's the hamburglar there's A couple of the hamburglar the hem gehring.
Princess Diana's Niece Kitty Spencer Converting to Judaism for Soon-To-Be Husband Michael Lewis
"Lady Kitty Spencer. Princess Diana's niece who apparently according to various British reports is going to convert to Judaism She's marrying a Jewish fashion tycoon. More than twice her age. According to The Times of London Lady Kitty Spencer. A twenty nine year old model. GotTa give to Michael Lewis. Sixty one year old chair of the Foscarini group in December. Not The author. Michael Lewis not who leaving Tabitha Soren former MTV news for percents. Don't even say that pooh-pooh Kim Hoorah for very specific subset of royal watchers. Who are Jewish like. This is like catnip. This is the perfect thing. It's sort of like how Meghan Markle's I wish there was a whole thing of like is Meghan markle Jewish that was like a few days of of speculation on the Jewish Internet. Yeah I mean. I don't really care about this. I'll be perfectly honest. I just think that it's I liked marvel at the fact that like this is the stuff of headlines. We don't really run this kind of blog at tablet anymore but like there is a world in which this generates headlines for like at least three days. I'm well on the record over the years I've written about his royal watching especially for an American proud citizen of a country that fought a war to get rid of royals and to not have to bow and shit before them. Royal watching an American is sad to begin with Amen. If you'RE GONNA watch if you're going to be obsessed with them out of some sort of weird deep Anglo Philip Pathology. We want them to be sort of like dysfunctional church of England like like drunk in dysfunctional wasps. Like I don't want I want there to be no Jews in the royal family. I want them to be this like fabulous train wreck of what happens. Through centuries of high church Y Anglo Inbreeding you see kids. That's why we fought a war right the idea that we want them to kind of that. We Ju- sort of want to sneak in through marriage through conversion on no way this like we will be off running. Hollywood and the media and electing Bernie Sanders President or having jared Kushner baked peas or whatever we do in America. Were Jews. Get to do it up. We that. That's our bag. The royal bag is being like stiff. Upper lipped GIN tonic addled extramarital affair having Weirdos and I want nothing to do with that exact these I think might be your most controversial take yet or the one that's GonNa get you into the most trouble and I look forward to it but I don't think I wholeheartedly. I hate you. Fine Century MELTSA Leila Mark. But I don't think people wash because they like want to be I mean there's a fascination we watch and we watch from a distance from an ocean away Understanding that this is not our culture but just finding a fascination in the pomp and the pageantry and. I don't think there's anything wrong with that. I think you're inferring. A lot of weird things onto people who just like to watch a pretty wedding fine but then it's not a Jewish wedding that that's not the wedding we want to watch. We've seen enough Jewish weddings. We've been to Leonard's of great neck I disagree they do a great Bat Mitzvah. The thing about the royal family over the years is that like it's basically become a reality show right like all day thing about William and Kate's wedding. We can watch it. There's no reason why we can't see ourselves in that world because they're they become so much a part of our world so I think it's I'm all for it. I love my Jewish relatives too much. I love the Big Jewish family too much to wish any of us into that family but all the sparkling thing into the most useless family on the face of this plan south. No
"tabitha soren" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Radio here with John Safran Chetty Christian Burgoyne, the forty first president of the United States George Herbert Walker Bush died over the weekend. Actually, it was Friday night. I believe and of course, people continue to pay their respects. And remember the forty first president. It's very been very interesting to hear and see the reflections and reactions to this president he served one term, and he served on a certain day in time that was very different from where we are. Now. And a lot of folks are taking this time. While of course, we wait for his remembrance. And all that I believe that's going to be one day. Discuss sort of what it was like during his presidency. What he brought to us. And I think any one of the biggest takeaways, it seems to me, and and frankly, this is just watching from watching CNN. But I think that other stations have made note of it too is a sense of humor that George H W Bush had about himself, and that seems to be one of the things I feel like is always mentioned. Yeah. Very self deprecating. Right. We knew he wasn't the largest personality in the room. But man, you look at his accomplishments. We're talking about someone a very young age was a hero in World War Two than a businessman. Member of the house, then the head of the CIA also the head of the Republican party vice president president may talk about accomplishments. It's just incredible. If you'd been one of those things, it's an amazing life. He'd had a half a dozen. Accomplishments that any person would take his is just one of those being the highlight of their lives and just the way he can handle himself with a lot of grace indignity. Even in the one thousand nine hundred eighty election. It was pretty contested between he and Ronald Reagan and Reagan outlasted him and then at the convention in one thousand nine hundred eighty I think that the President Reagan made the right move and brought in George H W Bush as running mate, which was I think it was a really smart move because the more moderate wing of the Republican party wanted to have some say there and President Reagan at the time is considered far right which today, he wouldn't be, but this is someone with just incredible accomplishments and someone who I know even in terms of sports because I always bring everything back to sports. This was someone who played in the very first college World Series was the first baseman at the and accomplished athlete. Big sports fan. A ton of sports writers. I know said that they were able to meet him. And that he actually would ask them questions. Very inquisitive. He wasn't. Yeah. It wasn't someone walked into a room and had this larger than life personality, actually, just look at him. And you look at our current president talk about one hundred and eighty degrees difference between President Bush and President Trump. Absolutely. And certainly I mean it's to Christian. I we're talking about this before the show started that it's sort of too bad that that basically somehow the conversation comes back to like, oh, well, you go to a funeral of an official. But I think that George H W Bush watering it that way, and I it makes sense certainly to me that that is going to be happening. But I yeah, he does. Yeah, we got to see more of that humor as after his presidency. And that's the thing. I mean, it's so interesting to occasionally here and see people talking about Romney, for example, or other former either president's or presidential candidates that are Republicans because boy do things change once you're no longer an actual threat to a democrat joy feels as though you're you're embraced. Because of course, your your ability to take power from a democrat is neutralized. So now, you can be talked nicely about I remember, certainly George H W Bush sort of as like a, and this is just from obviously, a young point of mine. But I think it was accurate. Of course, he didn't serve two terms. That's a huge deal not winning reelection for a second term. That's unusual. And that is what happened with him. And certainly what I recall was he? Came very stiff and he didn't play ball. And I remember course, this is very limited in terms of up scope because my age, but there's this interview with him and Tabitha Soren of MTV. That is just he was like, why am I doing this? Again, you could tell he was not having any of it. He's very hip. No, no. And I don't think he obviously he wouldn't try to be on the other hand. He didn't quite see what was happening for the for the importance that it may be had. He didn't see things as an opportunity. Unlike Bill Clinton, right. I think also when you look at it Hillary when he ran for reelection. He was sixty eight and sixty eight today isn't what it was nearly thirty years ago sixty eight thirty years ago seemed old doesn't seem that way our right because President Clinton and President George W Bush both in their seventies. Obama's approaching sixty. They just seem much more in tune with what's going on and say president, George H W Bush did at the age of sixty eight he looked exhausted by the time the ninety two election came along he'd been vice president for eight years under President Reagan, and he had a lot of responsibilities. He was not just kind of a go to stay name only who's involved, and then he ran in eighty eight and then he just looked quite frankly exhausted. And of course, a part of the reason he lost was he promised, no new taxes. But then he had what the new taxes forward, which I look at that someone who can admit that. They made a mistake comes a point where you have to renege on your campaign promise and make sure that the good of the country is taking care of. And there's a lot of people that will say that he lost his second term because he's the one who had to go in and clean up a mess that was left behind after president. Reagan all of a sudden we had a lot of deficits going forward. And he's the one who have had to make everything fit together. And he did and then moved on. And he was wildly popular too. At the height of the the the start of the Gulf war. I mean, I read at high eighties who in their right mind is going to run against President Bush, right? Then along comes Bill Clinton and the economy. Really? Yeah. That's what it always comes down to everything you want. It's about the economy stupid as people said back in nineteen Ninety-two. Yeah. And certainly I mean, basically the bottom line there is of course, once people start feeling an impact for whatever reason in their day to day lives. That's when the rubber meets the road. That's when change is going to happen because as you said in terms of other policies, and in terms of of any issue on the campaign trail when people start having to cut back when people start feeling a squeeze. That's that is absolutely when big change is likely to happen. And that is that's where the bigger impact is going to be. The on any politician all about the economy. Yeah. I mean if know a family of four can't go out to dinner on Saturday night because they don't have the money to do. So they're going to blame the president for it. You know, the economy's not what it would be because of the president. I know a lot of Trump supporters who now are going to wait and see what happens with the tax returns, obviously, the dishing more in their check on a weekly basis. But when they go file taxes in February March, or whenever if they're going to have to pay more than expected, they don't get back as much as expected. You know, the bottom line is going to be that. It's actually going to cost them something that could happen. And at that point his popularity will go down because that's the calling card that the president has right now. President Trump is that the economy is in good shape. But if that turns then we're looking at something completely different in two thousand twenty. Yeah. Never mind. The fact that that we are now seeing some of the unfortunate ramifications of that law, which of course, included the GM situation, which is so interesting and bad news to some extent the other. You know, the other interesting thing is that the amount that we saw back in our paychecks only like it lasted for a little bit. And then it sort of eat back a little bit. Do you know what I'm saying? And I'm trying to remember because I remember I brought it up to Shattuck at the time. Like, wait a minute. What happened to the tax return? It didn't completely go away. But it was slimmed down. And he said that the that was sort of part of this Bill, and that's I mean, me speaking right here. I found like dope. I don't I don't know aging about the tax Bill one. But that's what I'm saying. Right. Is what I'm talking about? Right now is basically the what most people would say, which is I saw something in my check. And then I thought sorta go away, and then what the heck is happening. Now, you know that sort of thing, that's what people pay attention. Right. And then by the way, I'm doing my taxes, and for some reason I oh more than I thought. So did I really write save any money is a cost me any more money. If that's the case, then there's going to be an. An impact in two thousand twenty because it's it's the number one issue for everyone because it affects everyone most people don't follow the nitty gritty stuff Russia investigations and so forth. But they all fall the economy because you know, why it impacts all of us. All right. Let's welcome. If we could rush of Morgan Stanley. He, of course, is here to talk to us about the markets. And boy just today, it appears the golden markets are on the rise. Is that right rush? Correct. Hillary how you guys doing today? Good. How are you? Good. Good. Thanks. Yeah. So we're up right now, the Dow up like almost three hundred the NASDAQ, which is really taken the beating the last October November is up about one hundred points right now as of right now, it's a pretty good day. And that's because largely reaction at President Trump and the president of China reaching some sort of truce in this trade war, right? Yes. Because that's been one of the uncertainties, obviously that's out there in anytime, you get uncertainty. That's when markets go down the markets Jimmy can handle bad news. Because once the news is out. It's known it's the uncertainty and this list, some of that uncertainty. So I guess predominantly that's primarily what it's causing the other thing would probably last week. We had the chairman of the Federal Reserve talk about interest rates where they indication was they're getting closer to what they called neutral. So that gave investors comfort that maybe the rising of interest rate may may not be as much or you're getting closer being close to being done and anything else going on sort of this week that we need to keep an eye on. I would take a couple of things Wednesday. And is you have the payroll report, this is for the private sector that Friday's the actual official government employment report, I think those two very important, and then Powell chairman of the Federal Reserve speaking Wednesday as well too because of last week's common, I think people focusing in on this this week. So I would say those are the key economic data this week he expand a little bit about the Powell comments are. Well, I think they're they're going to release that what's called the beige book, which is sort of the minutes of their meetings from last time so people will again look to get an idea of what they're saying about going forward. What goes into the markets, or what was built in the market was the Federal Reserve is going to raise rates one more time next month and then three next year. And now the now people are thinking that it won't be three next year. It could be less than they could be done. So I think any clarity on that will get people direction about interest rates because that's one of the biggest impact on the market can be interest rates because get interest rates going up. It's a competing against against stocks. Now when it comes to the. China this US China compromise. What does that mean in terms of general trading? Are there any other sort of issues out there that that have uncertainty concerning Donald Trump and and sanctions and trade wars that were still need to keep an eye on? Or is this really? I think the biggest thing actually, it's not even that it's more corporate profits, really the. Because that's the number one thing historically that affects stock prices direction of prophets. And this year two thousand eighteen you'll see profits will be somewhere between twenty and twenty five percent half of that came from just the cut in the tax rates and the other half was growth businesses expanding. Now, if I take it back up several months ago most analysts expected next year profits to be up ten percent. Now, the worry, and this is where the Mark was dropping October November that that profit might not be up ten percent of might be five or less. So the uncertainty of how much profits are going to be naked is what caused the market to go down. And I think going forward is still going to be the biggest issue. That's so interesting. And so when when exactly do we find out that number. Well, the next properly report will be in January like we can change companies will put the fourth quarter profits as well as a whole two thousand eighteen but you'll get an indication of that as time goes by when companies start to talk about that. And then you'll see things was retail sales in the holiday holiday season. So it's ongoing.
"tabitha soren" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"This is a jab. This TRL banger. Love this song. This was a TRL like, no, never got to number one, Billie. Never got to number one. It cracked the top ten dipped in dipped out. His hottest beat Cassie can sing worth. I damn though this is a banger the what was the r. l. foregin total requests right live. I watched that until it started being called TRL. So like the early, this guy. Watched hero before on MTV. I'm not saying I do it before watching MTV in the early two, thousands actually in the late nineties MTV revolutionized their afternoon block with total request and say what those shows? Well, it was say what I though show started gaining traction, say what was just basically music videos with the lyrics attached to it. And I think it was after noons into the evenings and those shows started gaining traction in. Do you remember the show twelve angry viewers? Twelve angry viewers was an amazing show. What was that dating show with the bus? Oh, singled out. Oh, no, the bus, no. That one I would watch. How was school the best is one in an immediate, get the get the chills. John, let's find that show. Let's find that MTV dating show that wasn't singled out that was on the bus up to Dave Holmes is still like Dave homes. I felt so bad for Dave homes because he lost to Jesse. It might have been next. Yes. Next. Yes. Acts like a different color that everything else. So Dave Holmes laws to Jesse camp who has recently missing but was found it was all a whole confusing thing. And I remember I, that's when I knew I was an old soul when I got really upset that Jesse beat out Dave Holmes because Dave Holmes was a polished professional VJ. He deserved the job at Jesse, like Steven Tyler. Jets. Was so stupid. So Dave Holmes lost, but Dave homes still has a career. I mean on missing scarves. So there was twelve angry viewers found twelve ingred. You're was hosted by NANDA Lewis. You remember she was amazing what a great hope she went to be for a little bit after where is a non to Louis. I miss all these people worse could do. Yeah, could deuce I know sways still doing MTV's. So total requests and say, what say what then pivoted to say what karaoke, which was part of the afternoon block. And that was really fun. Say what karaoke wasn't good show and t. total requests became total request live, which became the linchpin of the afternoon programming after school programming on MTV. I was the show. I just got a text too. God's that says, dating show with the bus by you met Jerome beddis. That's a great contribution which he made it on the microphone. And NANDA Lewis is a model and social activists. She was an MTV DJ until two thousand one VJ excuse me. And then she left a network to host their own broadcasts, indicated television talk show the Anondo Lewis show. Oh yeah, I forgot the what happened to Tabitha Soren tau going back, Tabitha souls kind of newsy, right? I, you remember Serena Al, chill. Yes, yes. She would change your hair a lot. I actually saw saw her on CBS Sunday morning. A lot of the nineties established VJ's in series. News anchors have pivoted within by calms umbrella. So they just moved over to CBS sort of like when Morocco left comedy central and just started doing interviews on CBS Sunday morning su-jin paw. What is suits pock doing? Yeah. I Kennedy has an age day. She doesn't show. I believe he's a libertarian and she does his show on FOX business network that leans a little right. But she's very good on televised. Lisa Loeb lookalike, right? So logo like, and let me tell you still looks like Lisa Loeb. Who else was there? There was the John guy. John Norris was John Norris with a gap in his teeth. He would do a lot of crazy things with his hair, and he would do like the posts VM as shows I mean Connolly and Tabitha Soren and Kurt loader, and John and John Norris they would bring sort of levity to the proceedings a bit of professionalism that severely lacking in today's MTV. That's what was missing. That's what was missing from the VM as that and people that we've actually heard of..
"tabitha soren" Discussed on R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?
"Music from like new artists that no one's heard of yet for free for very anytime you wanted to tired to do it. It's like, I can't keep up. Still exhausted by the thought of it. I still buy it all and sometimes I'll look at like the time he stuff. For instance, I spent a day listening to Tommy Keene, and I would say out of the probably about one hundred songs by him. I wasn't a thirty of them. I spent all day doing it and the other ones are sitting in my collection and get him on random someday and like some of them will never be listened to. Yeah. And like maybe maybe your favorite song in the entire world is one of those and is not English missing out on time you could be spending. I know it's crazy. I wish someone would tell me what my favorite song is. So I would just go little. I'll tell you what is it? Happy birthday. I've never heard that either that or Rudolph the red nosed rain. Never heard that at all. Everybody loves a real jazzy version. Okay. We have to get to. Felt can we ring during the interview with Michael? Scared shitless. Okay. Unbelievably scared to death because like I'm a, I'm a big fan be. He's completely inscrutable and you can't like you just don't know. I, I don't feel mysterious disaster or you don't know if it is currently a disaster. And did your reaction to felt during my Bano interviews with his looking at me. Did you reaction to the album have anything to do with it like you like it or not? I liked it. I liked it, but yeah, I, I don't think I loved it, but I liked it. Okay. Also like wandering around this was at the Bowery ballroom, wandering around the periphery was Patti Smith. Okay. Is going to make an appearance with them on stage. So just like in the presence of greatness fan, growing up, I mean, not a huge fan but like you can acknowledge now. It's like this is like a right. You know, this is an important human being. I'm like, I had I was sitting at a desk at an ad agency like. Six weeks before. Right. So now Dave, you're shitting your pants. Eichel Sipe comes in. You have a half an hour with him. Yeah. And you're also there's, there's a weird thing. I'm sure you know this when you're about to get started, they they like Mike, you, and then there's, you know, we gotta test everything and then it's like you're sitting there and then it's and then I'll wait. Let me just fix this lighting and small lighting will take like ten minutes, and so you're sitting there to chat with someone small. Yeah. And it's not like if it's just you and a co worker or something, it's already weird enough, but it's like it was me who still getting used to mine tire life being turned upside. Why would they give the interview of the giant star to the guy that won the contest lists? Like four weeks ago, I don't because it was maybe three months. You also still though like you're the music fan. That's why give it to you. This is. Because you know what you're talking about. I also like I really wanted to make myself useful any way that I could the in there yet. She had just left. She just loved that because it seemed like in this documentary, I'm watching about REM on MTV every single interviews with Tabitha Soren. Yeah, like she, she is there go-to person. So she leaves and you get in there? Yeah, this was four. I don't remember what exactly the deal was, but there was like a, there's MTV news and there was just sort of regular regular TV. Okay. So whatever reason this was for regular for news. Okay, got it. Normally their interviews would be it would be a Kurt loader. Have we someone with some gravitas? Have we asked yet. Do when did you first hear of REM you? Okay. I'm sorry to interrupt him all recycle. Okay. Okay. Okay. Got it. Got so you had to fill this like time while they fixed the light, what you're about to say you?.
"tabitha soren" Discussed on Raised by TV
"Now i gotta go to bed the one of those i remember is that pbs had was airing of the bbc production of mall flanders and it was like a three hour adaptation but i remember reading and like the la times tv review that it's just like they kept the partial nudity from the british version i watch this like entire be at that and like i like ten pm on a sunday do so i could see like a little bit of booth and it comes in like the second to last seniors so late and that it's always so late in the move young influx and you know also to it is cool that she had guns and fuck shit up in this animated aesthetic before i really even new an enemy was back when they called a japan japanasean which is probably problematic are you is oh my god gave way yours is moron brand than mine it's been my next biggest hannah storm from nba on nbc wow this is affleck's slot for me i i wonder if someone from like the news and information sector i heirs entertain karen duffy from mtv and they also entertain judy withdrew from cnn but ultimately landed on hannah storm i would've won with serena 'allshore myself our tabitha soren yet oh good picks at the top of the soren married the that guy who wrote the blindside what the hell is his name what's his name michael something the fuck against is that guy's name someone knows it starts with the c might fight does not start with a c michael louis thank you will see low as wait that's.
"tabitha soren" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Me thinking about what the said about me i was also having children i was thinking about the pictures photography art and the players and only at the end of it when people start asking me questions about the project when i'm showing it to people did i see a parallel to me launching into a new area justice they are hey every you yourself become comfortable in your life with a being a relatively normal person i mean certainly being in artist isn't all that normal but it it's more normal then being on my tv when i was sitting at home from the middle school i don't know if i could say that i am completely comfortable my own skin i mean my work is is about psychological states the running project is about the fight or flight response the ocean's capes are about panic attacks i think that you get a little window into his study keep my looking at the work that i do if i was completely comfortable i don't think i be making great alright i think you have to have a little bit of the darkness and you i think it also makes you work really hard so i think that i am happy where i am but i still and striving and i think that the our world is so arbitrary then it you can't calculate too much so there's no there's no linear pat's especially for women the other reason i think i probably i'm not completely satisfied is because my husband who lives in the house is very much somebody who seems to be doing victory lap after victory lap and his successor so public and he such a great story teller an explain or of complicated things and he deserves all the success he has as far as i'm concerned but some days i would i would be lying to you if i felt like some days i didn't feel invisible a couple weeks ago we went to a fancy party and i saw a man who will remain that nameless but is associated with a trio take his place card and move it away from me and put it next to michael and put somebody else next some random person texted me so he wouldn't have to sit next to me just like how do you would nope manner you know i can see you so there are any time i'm starting to feel like accomplished or really creative in fascinating something like up to make me to remind me that the world doesn't care.
"tabitha soren" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"The money manager and and it's not until they have children and that child is playing little league that the feelings come up so one player stephen open chain is a moneymaker money manager you also makes money in chicago has five children and when his son started playing little league he said it was really hard for him because he hadn't really watched games or gone to gain ten even wants him on tv since he was released and he was one of these people i think he got a very big signing bonus but then you got hit in had with the ball was never the same after that so anyway when his son started playing baseball he decided he would force himself to coach and once he salt a little kids show their tiles would love of the game it re kendall that feeling and him it was no longer professional striving pursuit of a career it was learning how to throw and catch and work as a team but his essay in the book is so poignant he so something along the lines of there will come a time where my son's heart will be broken by baseball as well and you know he'll either be to hold not good enough i wish i could read it to you i don't have and i'm trying to me but i probably wasn't gonna do it justice paraphrasing it anyway to read these essays that these players wrote and actually have them explain their feelings and make themselves ball more ball it was a revelation i've never heard athletes talk like this and maybe it's because nobody talks athlete.
"tabitha soren" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"It's balls i am jessie for it click here the rest of my conversation with tabitha soaring in a bet but first you know the bulls i has a sister show here maximum fine his call pop rockets a ton of fun pop brock it is a panel discussion about popular culture with some of the funniest most insightful people in the game in the post chi brand of tv comedian skated tv show on true tv call talk show the game show i got what's popping up our brock at this great jessie on this week's pobre that we're going to be figuring out why the prices rate is still on the air for decades and we're going to crack the code of what makes a game show successful are not something fun to me proper rocket get it where you get shore podcast search for pop rocket to lesson amish up it's also and jesse ford my guest is tabitha storen my to see her on him tv where she was a news caster for years her new photography book is called fantasy life it follows the two thousand to draft class of baseball's oakland athletics there's this pitcher for the giants the san francisco giants name matt cain who was so superstar pitcher in signed a huge contract and you got hurt and has never been in the same sense and i heard the giants caller announcer might crew cole who's a former pitcher himself talking about this the other day and there's been for years that he's really struggled and has been on the team substantially because of what he once was and grupo.
"tabitha soren" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Like that had to be the mental state for all of them certainly they were people who are more confident than others like nick swisher got a huge signing bonuses dad was a major league player he completely relates to you know i mean the from the second the ended up on the spring training in two thousand three they called in big league swish so there are people that seemed destined to be there but in injury could get in the way of that as well i mean the amount of chance in this game or in any professional sport is enormous and my art work is very much about chants there were to sculpture installations when you presented to work some this book in calories and one of them was a tower of peanuts tell me about that yes i i pilot thousands him thousands a peanuts into a rectangular box a plastic box and it was i think about sixty tall and the top ten percent i painted bright bright gold to represent the people who actually made it to the major leagues and all the little peanut underneath roll the people who were drafted the final in baseball is purposefully why because they know that it's a mysterious game they now the opportunity for an injury or shoulder surgery to and a career and they know actually that college pitcher or college coaches often over pitch their pitchers and a lot of the pitchers at the end of their college season show up at spring training hurt so that was one of that was one of the very uplifting and optimistic pieces of art in my to show that people could stand there and at i level see that there's only a sliver of gold peanuts in the statue and the other sculpture of that i had was a bunch of body but bone parts i wouldn't say body part so one of my players had shoulder surgery and they took out a bunch of bone spurs at the same time the doctor gave him the bone spurs after the surgery and he didn't know what to do with him as wife didn't want them so they said you know.
"tabitha soren" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"The draft class of the two thousand two oakland athletics wherever their careers went so did she only a couple of them went on to play major league baseball a lot of them kind of languished in the minor league farm systems getting traded every now and that some ended up coaching high school taking on the drops pitchers are fascinating to look at kind of the same way the movie boy quit is what a baseball players and stat she collected the photos in a book that was just released this past weekend really excited to have tabitha here with me now tampa shoring welcome to bulls i think for coming on the shot thanks for having me do you you like baseball it really nowhere to start don't him no no particularly i don't hate it but i i have so much of in my life that i it's hard to get excited about it my nothing really compares to watching my eye sanu play little league games so it's really hard when i go a major league game to feel the same sort of emotion as when you're watching your own child play they have more beer it major league games and that they do i just wish i could hang with those people who starred drink in an eleven am i really do i've never been that person i would fall sleep running into the game i've never been a drinker and as i become an adult i've realized how deeply connected being a baseball fan and drinking beer continuously for four hours our for everyone else who likes ice paul right well maybe that's bikini maybe that's the secret ingredient that i'm messing so wanted to come to baseball that as a subject why has been wrote a book called moneyball and he develop this very nice relationship with billy beane a became dfs and billy beane the manager of the oakland a's and so they drag the me to spring training in two thousand and three my brought my camera clinton along because i was starting to head in the direction of being a serious photographer i hate to use a word fine art.
"tabitha soren" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"But what he said was i guess it never would have occurred to me to call in ask for help from a sports team and it seemed like part of what made it such a vivid gesture was that it was and a firm and if indication of welcoming in a situation that hasn't always been a welcoming place and that has an always sort of said out loud you're welcome here and that really touched me i mean like you can buy tickets for the poise club you know i would to the boys club in san francisco when we get to go to a lot of baseball games pressure you know it was credit but that act of reaching out it's kind of been unusual thing we realized that we had a opportunity to be a voice in the community so many times i i i said i've been so grateful for the way that the is fans have embrace to me and supported me during my career during my time with the organization and i think when it comes down to it you know i athletes have oh voice if age if they choose to to use that they have a bill tim platform if if they i don't want to speak out on something and you know it was an opportunity that that i saw off you know that that so aaron and i wanted to welcome these people to the field we wanted i think you know we kind of like what you said i'm the baseball community had never really i don't know if they they didn't i don't really know how to say it but if it was something like i said we felt it was long overdue we couldn't believe that that they haven't done this year and when they when they did do it we just want to be involved to make sure that that people knew that we support of them and we wanted them to come out and have fun at the stadium only one of them to feel welcome uncomfortable and.
"tabitha soren" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"And i couldn't think of another time that a professional athlete a firm and if we he said something positive about the ltp t community like it occurred to me that my standard of except been of i'll do bt people for athletes was basically not being a big it and that really astonishment you know what it was just something that i haven't thought about until you did that and it was such remarkable thing for being such an on remarkable thing i mean it's it's not like it was nineteen eighty three you know yeah and it you know it it seems like it was long overdue like that because that was the first time that they is haven't announced that they were going to host upright night and other teams had been doing it for years i think at that point the the giants might have had might have been doing it for thirteen or fifteen years and it was exciting at the a's word that is we're going to do that and you know some of the initial reaction that we saw on on social media was was not great and and we just wanted to your cut turn negative into a positive and create a space where people felt comfortable and people felt welcome and it just none of it sounded sounded right to us some the fact that they were people who were actively i could against that i d of having a pride nay and we want to show our support and and and and try to make it you know the night it was supposed to be where we're were celebrating they'll g bt community and and welcoming them and using baseball as using sports so many times sports can be like that common thread that common ground that people can find.
"tabitha soren" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Because after the game by the time we get home most you know and then we we finally eaten we wine down you know you're not going to bed until one or two so my roommate woke up and and he was hearing my phone go off and he's he welcome yup he's a man pushy our manager darren bush said but she's going to call you you know you need he said he knew dance your phone and you know he called me and told me that i was going to oakland and that and i needed to get a new to get changing it down obviously was i could've because they had they had a game that night never going to niemi for the game and so i go downstairs in my time i get downstairs like nine thirty ten o'clock and you know the the travelling the secretary from the a's call spin tells me that my flights up to like three o'clock so i was just like i just went to the airport because i was like i don't want to miss my flight you know i and i was i was that excited about it and finally getting to the coliseum in in oakland it gave me chills because when i was a kid we had season tickets to the a's my dad was in there for send and we were stationed cassel airforce base an out water california which is it's now a museum it's no longer an active air base but we had a season ticket package where every weekend we're good we would drive an hour and a half to is games and that was my first experience with baseball and that's when i first start to fall in love with the kaman i mean i was three four in five years old but so i don't.
"tabitha soren" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"I'm trying to i'm i'm starting to play again and i'm trying to jump start my come back to get ready to make sure that i'm ready for the beginning part of the next season what i was trying to do that when i was trying to hit trying to shift my way on to my left side it in in never never really felt right i'm and not having been hurt before i really didn't have anything to compare to so i wasn't really sure what was going on but it at that point after after that much time of rehab and and having it not bounced back to where thought it started to a really started to raise some red flags was that scary for you yeah a little bit was more frustrating than anything else so i was put in all this time and effort into this rehab process than we were trying all these new things these new exercises or i would i would be able to pass some of the tests and i was start make some progress and then i would have a little bit of a setback and i would you know and i i quickly realized that the most difficult part of the rehab process is the mental side of it you can get your body to do the exercises that you have to do as party your rehab program but you know a lot of times like you might set goals for yourself like you know in a knee rehab i want to be running by this date and then and than that date comes and goes on your not ready to run yet and it it can drag on you mentally and and really bring me down because you spend so much time everyday getting to the field early and working with the trainers to try to get your body back to playing you know meanwhile you're on the table and of course you're happy for your friends that that they're out there and they're playing in their continuing to you know climb the ladder in your getting past by some of these guys that that you know that you can play with but you feel you feel like you can at least compete on the same level as the sky's on your watch an them from a training room table you know get their shot and and accomplished what they've been working towards and that meant so rollercoaster can really get.
"tabitha soren" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"But in the minor leagues the first two few years if you're minor league career you had been added did is forty man roster which is the sort of extended roster of the major league team it it meant that you it meant that you were ticketed for the big leagues at some point or at least thirty is thought you were and that's when you started getting hurt what was the first injury that happened to you in may of two thousand nine i was playing right field for our are triple a affiliate we're in las vegas and um i moved to catch a fly boss play any outfield in the guy who had a fly ball and when i took a step over to you know start to get it i i partially tore my patella tendon and that began and the some string of injuries for me that was a month into the two thousand nine season and it took the rest of that year and all of two thousand ten to finally get it healthy again a took two different surgeries i had no idea of the time by that was kind of the beginning of of what ultimately led me to pitching in and to the big leagues were you thinking about the consequences when your walking in and you knew that you couldn't you couldn't do much with your with your knee no i'm not really i i i still didn't think it was going to be something that ended up being a serious has it was they they had their team doctor come over and look at it he just thought that it was really bad tendon i this i remember and we went back to that was the the tail end of a road trip him we ended up going back to sacramento a day after that and i got a numb are i am even that even then i was i wasn't expecting any of our i to show anything serious or over show any red flags and i'm so about a week after the injury happened when i got the i'm are i results i was really surprise that it showed what it did you know it started a lengthy rehab process but that cerca you know the rest of that summer we tried to rehab it without surgery i ended up getting surgery finally in october yeah i had no idea that it was going to become such a difficult injury to come back from detroit.
"tabitha soren" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"It's bowles i'm jessie forte things are a little different this week on the show baseball just open to twenty seventeen season we're putting together and all baseball episode first up sean doolittle he's a relief pitcher with the oakland ace has been on the team just two thousand twelve he's were division winners that year he was an all star in twenty four team is the kind of thing that would be a career highlight for any player but especially for one like sean a few years earlier he was a hitter sean's also one of the nicest people in the game like the kind of player you hear about you want to root for even if he isn't on your team he works is veterans groups he's spoken up publicly for algae bt rights you know sure thanksgiving dinner with a bunch of syrian refugees yes be and asked if he was the most interesting person in baseball and they were right task it i have to admit here i'm in a span first and foremost the san francisco giants fan but second and second most an ace fan the other day i wrote a tweet and sean doolittle fav depth i thought sean doolittle from the oakland a's so i said i'm in out me agreed to come on the show schein was a hot prospect with the it's as a first baseman great hitter but they missed most of two years with injuries when he came back the a said trying you can't do this anymore want to try pitching he got up on the mound and all of a sudden here realized he can throw not high nineties little to face the left man to be brett bill.