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García youngest Yankees postseason starter
"Have won three straight to open the postseason. Taking last night. Siri's opener from the break from the Rays tonight comes Game two with 21 year old rookie Davey Garcia taking them out against Tyler Glas. Now Garcia the youngest picture in Yankee history to start a playoff game, getting the knot over Game three p starter Masahiro Tanaka. Yankees of Court. 31 runs in the three games of the play offs With 11 homers. You could
Mariah Carey explains why ex James Packer isn't included in her new memoir
"2016 Remember Mariah Carey was engaged Tio James Packer, that billionaire billionaire the old man. He doesn't make it into her new memoir, the meaning of Bright Cary, and now Mariah's explaining why, she said It was because quote if it was a relationship that mattered, it's in the book. If not, it didn't occur. Oh, James, and I didn't even have a physical relationship, to be honest with you. And it was actually James. You called off their engagement in 2016. She sold that 35 carat diamond for 2.1 million, then started dating her backup dancer Ryan's Tanaka on they've been together ever
Cleveland Indians suffer wild-card nightmare in 12-3 loss to New York Yankees
"The game last night, Yankees, and Indians and incredible match basis. You had seen Bieber the guy who's been the best pitcher on the planet this. Year versus Garrett Cole the Best Pitcher on the planet last year we thought they were going to be very few runs well, that didn't turn out to be the case, the gigantic right hand hitter leaning out over the plate from the stretch. The pitch is swaying in a high fly ball into right center field Ed's deep racing back to shields at the wall, and that ball is gone homerun Aaron judge and a quick strike for the New York Yankees they jump out in front on Bieber to nothing. Yet Dj Lemay Hugh had singled and then Aaron Judge Rip Day Homerun four pitches into the game. The Yankees at a two old lead on Bieber. Any never recovered this is what happened in the top of the fifth any gleyber Torres at the plate swing a high fly ball into left center field deep on run Naylor back to the wall looking up and that ball is God. In his Outta here it just snuck out off the top of the wall out gleyber Torres with a two run homer. And a Yankees keep slugging away they lead it seven to two. That call from OBI, the Great Obi Dave, O'Brien on ESPN radio the Yankees go on to win twelve to two in game on Garrett Cole was fantastic. He had thirteen strikeouts. No walks. He's a second Yankee pitcher with ten plus strikeouts in the team's first game of the postseason hall of. FAMER. Red. Roughing at ten strikeouts in Game One, the nineteen thirty, two world series against the cubs and with thirteen strikeouts walks Cole also match Tom seaver game one of the Nineteen seventy-three and LCS for the most strikeouts in a postseason appearance without issuing. A. Walk the AKC's four homers in this game tied for the second most in a playoff game. In franchise history, they had five homers in game four of the nineteen twenty eight world series against the cardinals. So when you can match numbers going back to the world series from Nineteen thirty two and nineteen twenty eight says a lot about how much yankees dominated in Game One Garrett Cole talked about his first postseason start with the Yankees. Now there was a lot of fun I mean it was a really complete team day my thought that. The middle innings when. They scored we responded with. Sizeable lead which. I thought was kind of allow them Try Not allow them to get some momentum through news dunes and. We keep on defense become elite runners lean offers off. The bags which was kept a pitch count down and we swap bats really well, and I joined myself so a nice that. You also talked about setting the tone. We need to set the tone for the series and You, know. I'm obviously very painful ambled gable to take the ball in this position So to be able to deliver feels really good and and obviously with my son area thrown felt pretty good too so. Yeah I would say I would say it definitely. was definitely a special night. But especially this year, we allow more baseball to to win so honestly celebrate to get stuff and and And showered off and come back to Marlin through all during the sixty game season Bieber did not allow more than three runs in any starting in this game he allowed seventy talked about his struggles after the game Yes. I felt. Extremely prepared coming into the start just like every other start, the season and. Fell behind first hitter and and that I obviously didn't go as planned. I felt like overall looking back at the outing. Objectively. Just, wasn't as aggressive as I wish I would have been with my ob- speeds of in the zone and maybe some fastballs in and just challenging these guys a little bit more. I felt like I fell behind quite a bit and forced myself into some bad situations and so bad counts, and then you know all that on top of not having my stuff and making mistakes. Amounted to what came out of tonight so No excuses was. It was. Not. The the I start that. We wanted to get out. With and Me personally as well but we got two more games and and cookies go out there and do thing tomorrow and hopefully I'll get the ball back as soon as possible in these three series right away elimination games later today Carlos. Carrasco? Shame. Bieber just referenced the right there cookie versus Masahiro Tanaka
"tanaka" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"The myriad year clock stopped working sometime after two nakas death. Then in two thousand four, it was totally disassembled replica for the Expo Two thousand five world's fair the National Museum of Nature and Science and to Sheba Corporation we're both part of this project which was intended to analyze period innovations and figure out their engineering. One hundred specialists worked with the myriad year clock for an entire year including the Seiko. Watch corporation calling one of their retired watchmakers in for help just taking the clock apart and figuring out what all the components did took five months in the team discovered that two of the clocks original springs had warped and cracked, which was probably what caused it to stop running putting the clock back together was also an enormous undertaking and in terms of the replica microscopic analysis of the original showed that. Single piece was handmade including individually filing every tooth of every gear. Some of these handmade pieces just could not be perfectly replicated today to Sheba Corporation owns the original myriad year clock, but it is on permanent display at the national. Museum of Nature and science in Tokyo, the replica is that the to Sheba Science Museum in Kawasaki also the October Sixteenth Twenty twelve Google doodle honoured Tanaka Houston two hundred thirteenth. Birthday, it depicts character figure that uses calligraphy like strokes to make g to complete the name Google. This is one of those people whose minds I so admire and feel like, yeah just a complete dumb who can't do anything when I think about all that they're able to conceive of and process do you have listener mail for us? I do this is from Tia and the subject line. Of the email is in all capital letters, the green beans followed by four exclamation points. And he says, dear, Holly Tracy and Steffi missed staff. Yes. I resonated on a deep level with tracing experience of home canned green beans spent a week with my parents this summer helping pick snapping canned green beans in order to share the bounty because they are just that. Amazing I to find fresh green beans. Yucky to my palate they squeak. Yeah. My parents still freeze and Canada host of fruits and veggies from their gardens or from local farms I appreciated learning about the. Origins of canning I was surprised to learn it was so recent in the grand scheme. Thank you for all the work. Do you have been listening for several years now and so appreciate the breadth of scope you ladies cover to other recent whims I especially appreciate it made me. So happy to hear the story of the goats statue and ensuring arson attempts and successes corroborated I used to work as an occupational therapist with high schoolers and yes in this day and age I..
"tanaka" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"Ports it also provided protection for American sailors who were shipwrecked. And Japanese waters. This treaty heavily favored the United States and its interest. The only thing Japan really got out of it was not being attacked by Peiris worships the Treaty of kind of what didn't open Japan up to commercial trade with the US that was still a few years off. But Perry had presented the emperor with several gifts including working models of several technologies that included a steam locomotive and a Telegraph Perry's arrival in Japan and these models had a huge impact on Nakas work at the institute. His earlier work had mostly been focused on technologies that an individual person might use at home but now he and others started looking at technologies that a whole community might use like a railroad or telegraph system. He became part of the team that built Japan's first working model of a steam locomotive. An eighteen, sixty five, he helped build Japan's first steamship. As we noted earlier, Japan social and economic structure had already been struggling before Perry arrived and attempted reforms had often made the situation worse instead of better. In. Eighteen sixty eight two clans combined forces to stage a coup d'etat which took place on January. Third of that year, they overthrew the Tokugawa Shogun and restored Emperor Meiji who was fourteen at the time to power. Massive. Changes followed to virtually every aspect of Japanese life the feudal system and the Samurai class were abolished as we're the diagnosed personal armies, the nation industrialized very rapidly. Even that Japanese system of timekeeping that we talked about with the myriad year clock was replaced with the Western style twenty, four hour day. Basically, the emperor and his advisors recognized that Japan was under serious threat from Western powers and they believed their best chance at retaining their independence was to make the nation of Japan more compatible with the Western world. This is often described as a process of westernization and modernization but some sources really give a slightly different nuance that Japan as a nation was trying to find a more Western oriented way of being Japanese this set affected Tanaka Houston work as well has noted in a piece from the SACO museum he wanted to accept advanced western technologies and integrate them with Japanese culture in ways useful for society during this time, Tanaka did some work on military technology and eventually he moved back to his home province of Karimi to take over a factory. He kept on inventing things while they're including an artificial ice making machine in eighteen, seventy three when. He. Was Seventy three years old the Department of Industry appointed Tanaka to develop Japan's telegraph system. He moved to Tokyo at the government's request. Do this work two years later on July eleventh eighteen seventy, five he founded takata say`so show or Tanakh Engineering Company Tanaka he says she died in Tokyo on November seventh eighteen eighty one he had continued to create invent and refine until the end of his life his adopted son took over Tanaka Engineering Company which after a series of name changes and mergers became Tokyo should Bora Danke or Toshiba in nineteen thirty, nine today he's a Shiga is seen as one of the founders of Japan's technology industry..
"tanaka" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"Three Japan was. But not completely isolated from the rest of the world as we noted earlier in the show even after Japan closed its borders in the sixteen thirty s had continued to trade with the Chinese and the Dutch at the Nagasaki in southwestern Japan. People in and around Nagasaki personally witnessed the new and changing technologies that were making their way to and through the port. The saga domain was able for Nagasaki Security in defense. Now, Muscle Naba Shema, who was the domains dime Yo established a physics and chemistry research institute in Eighteen fifty two he invited some of Japan's foremost inventors and engineers to the institute and one of them was Tanaka he says she gay, another was Sano Tuna Tommy founder of the Japanese Red Cross Society then on. July eighth eighteen. Fifty three American Commodore Matthew Perry arrived in Ed obey now Tokyo Bay to try to force Japan to start trading with the West, particularly with the United States, the US had been unsuccessfully trying to establish trade with Japan for about twenty years at this point and this time Perry arrived with four ships from the US Navy as a show of force Japan knew it had no way to defend itself from the steamships and their armaments. It had seen a similar situation play out in China during the first. Opium War just a decade before which pitted British. Forces with steam powered worships against Chinese vessels that were powered by sail China's defeat had been disastrous. So reluctantly Japan began negotiating with the United States after months of negotiation, the US and Japan signed the Treaty of kind of gala on March thirty first eighteen, fifty four. This treaty established a US consulate in Japan and gave American ships the right to buy supplies like coal.
"tanaka" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"The machine do. All of the archers motions are really precise and exact that grasps every Arrow between the thumb and the finger. It moves its head while it aims and it shifts the bow when it releases the Arrow. At this point this little archer is more than two hundred years old and it still works. You can see videos of it online Tanakh? Other automata included Sake Cups, which behaved a lot like the tea serving dolls that we talked about earlier. Another was cody she secret ink brush. It depicted the Japanese Buddhist monk, Kobo? Daiichi who was known as Kookai during his life in the late eighth and early ninth centuries. The figure of Kobe's Day she uses a brush to draw character in the air and the character that he's drawing simultaneously appears on a separate Japanese sliding door. To knock are often left some of the thomas inner workings visible. So observers could get a hint of all the complex gears and police and other systems inside. By the age of twenty four, he said she was considered to be a master at making these AUTOMATA. He was nicknamed Kerikeri Game On. Game on was another version of the name that she and he was hoping to make his living by creating these automata and then also entertaining people with them. This was a career that combined being an engineer and inventor craftsman and entertainer all into one. He was so eager to do it and so clearly skilled at it that he convinced his father to let one of his younger brothers take his place in the family business. And then Tanaka started touring Japan with his Tomica. There's some debate about whether the techniques and innovations that were used in Kerekou influenced other Japanese technology and innovations. But when it comes to the people who made them, it's clear that someone onto make technological advances in other fields. One example Tanaka he says, she gay who we will talk about more after a sponsor break. This episode of stuff you missed in history classes brought to you by curiosity stream. I. Know I love documentaries, I'm sure a lot of you do too, and also I have some time on my hands..
"tanaka" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"Hello and welcome to the podcast I'm Tracy Wilson and I'm holly fry today we are going to talk about to knock says she gay who was an inventor a craftsman and an artisan, and he also lived during a time that Japan went through just enormous cultural and scientific and technological changes. But like directly affected his life and his work so his story is about creating amazing and intricate works of Engineering and craftsmanship but it's also about witnessing and being part of just a dramatic shift in Japan as a nation and. Place on the world stage. Tanaka he's a she gay was born on September eighteenth seventeen, ninety nine in Karuma on the island of Kyushu in the southwestern part of the Japanese archipelago. This was in the later part of the Eto period also known as the Tokugawa period. We talked about this period in Japanese history a little earlier this year we did the Saturday classic on Hokusai which came out in January for a really quick recap though this lasted from about sixteen o three, eighteen, sixty seven, and it was a period that was known for its relatively prosperous stability Japan. Had An emperor but the nation was controlled by the took our shoganate and its provinces were ruled by feudal lawyers known as the Daimyo and Japan was also pretty isolated from the rest of the world beyond Asia. Japan issued a series of edicts in the sixteen thirty said expelled Christians and Westerners from its borders in restricted trade with other nations, it maintained trading relationships only with the Chinese and the Dutch Japan's only international trading port was in Nagasaki Senecas father was a craftsman who made accessories and ornaments from tortoise shells and as the oldest..
New York Yankees Make Four Errors, Lose To Blue Jays
"The Yankees lost to the Blue Jays. 14 No. One starting pitcher Masahiro Tanaka went four innings, gave up three earned runs on eight hits and five strikeouts. Oh, but then came that eight run, six inning bluejays at 16 hits Yankees had four and had as many errors his hits
"tanaka" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast
"When you don't WanNa, you don't WanNa get him throwing or getting into a routine or any kind of a regimen that's bucking that in a in a way that's INC that's moving it up moving back is one thing moving it up as a very different thing. So I don't want them. Is this the week we finally see dig Arsia and or Clark Schmidt? We'll Garcia on the forty. So Yup, high much higher chance there then because of that. So unless they make a move which I hope they do they should they really should they need to they need to? do it based on what's happening this year based on? You know even trying to go for it. Look I think if they don't make this Clark Schmidt move and they keep postponing and delaying delaying delaying. I mean everybody knows right now what it's about. They're just they're. They're putting their cards on the table and showing their hand. Yeah. This is about service time. This is not about winning Ball Games two thousand and twenty does not matter. Well we saw the braves call up Anderson who was their top pitching prospect saying we don't care about service time even though our rotation is in shambles just like the Yankees and we're gonNA throw the kid out there and they were awarded with with a six inning. Performance of just a one hit. Yeah I mean it was a no hitter without a void homerun was he was he was making them look dumb the change up made him dumb on multiple occasions and I'm not saying that's what Clark Schmitz GonNa do. Don't you WANNA see Clark Schmidt Yeah I just want to watch him pitch I WANNA I wanNA I. Want the Yankees to put their best possible players out on the field so that we can watch the best possible guys play baseball on my team. That's is that too much to ask for I don't think it's a lot. It's a lot to ask were put the best guys if your organization on the field to play. If if Cole Tanaka Paxton Montgomery and then someone in the fifth spot we're all going well I. Get it. What like why? Why Rush Clark Schmidt if you've got four or five starters going well, but that's not what they half So. So why you didn't get around why do we care about service time anymore about with with any of these players I do you do does it ever you asking me or you just send general just in general just talking to his money it's money I know it's been you even said it. Does. Not Matter as much. So we're going to start this service time clock for a season. We don't even really give about. Let me get to my point. Did Severino, Did, it did it affect a would it have affected severino because they? They bought out the last two years last year of his arbitration it my point is, is that when you're getting? Nit, picky about the service time and you're talking about arbitration in. The later years of arbitration. What are we doing? What are we doing you to get to that point you to get to that point for that to happen what show me show me where the Yankees have actually taken advantage of pitcher that's been so good and their organization we've been so good. This guy has been the dominant dominant guy that they wanna control however long and then service time became you know such an integral part of them being able to keep this guy for an extra on the field productive helping the Yankees try to win a title. Tell me when that happened. Well, you know what happened with Whitey, Ford? Back. I'm just kidding an arbitration with not a thing, the the. Talking about like what's going to happen in five years for years and?.
New York Yankees' disastrous day includes ominous Aaron Judge exit
"The Yankees had lost three straight going into their unscheduled time They come out of it. By losing to Maura. They were swept in a double header by the Braves. 51 and 21. Gary called the loss in Game one, allowed five runs a clean three home runs over five plus his streak of 20 straight winning decisions is over. Game two. Masahiro Tanaka pitched five shutout innings, but then indicated Aaron pulling the tank might be empty. So not came out of the game. Turned Freddy free moves to run home or shag green in the sixth was a difference it adding to the Yankees prostration. In his first game back from a calf injury and judge left game too, after aggravating that injury. Frustrating no question. Our bone admit it is possible. Judge will have to go back on the isle the Yankees off Thursday. Back on Friday to play the
"tanaka" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu
"Hi My name's Jane Tanaka. . The ninth. . Restaurant in London, , say my recipe is a perfect summer simple recipes, , rasberry and buttermilk Fuji. . Cliff fifty is a traditional French baked custard dessert from limousin region and it's fantastic recipe because once you need a basic recipe, , you can adapt it with all different kinds of fruits say it works well with raspberries traditionally with cherries can figs apples bananas. . Once you know this, , it's really easy to adapt it. . All the seasons of the year. . So mine is a rasberry and buttermilk cliff eighty. . said to make this dish, , take an ovenproof dish butter it likely sprinkle it with Kosta sugar take your rasberries and cover the base of the ovenproof dish to make the customer makes take three jokes to hold legs. . One hundred, , thirty grams of Kosta sugar one vanilla seeds only and whisk that together to make Salvia. . Then add twenty five grams of plain flour. . Mixed in now, , traditionally, , this food is made with double green, , but I like to use buttermilk because it has a slight acidity which helps to cut through the richness of the did say take three hundred milliliters of milk and wis that into the eggs, , the sugar and the flour. . Once that's done, , pour the mixture over the raspberries and you should still be able to see the Roz rasberries floating on the top of the custody and bake it in a preheated. . Evan. . At one hundred, , eighty degrees centigrade for fifteen minutes until it's Gordon Brown on the top come. . When you push the improve dish has a slight gentle wobble. . Take it out sprinkled with icing sugar. . and. . So with a big dollar of fresh.
Recipe edition, Jun Tanaka
"Hi My name's Jane Tanaka. The ninth. Restaurant in London, say my recipe is a perfect summer simple recipes, rasberry and buttermilk Fuji. Cliff fifty is a traditional French baked custard dessert from limousin region and it's fantastic recipe because once you need a basic recipe, you can adapt it with all different kinds of fruits say it works well with raspberries traditionally with cherries can figs apples bananas. Once you know this, it's really easy to adapt it. All the seasons of the year. So mine is a rasberry and buttermilk cliff eighty. said to make this dish, take an ovenproof dish butter it likely sprinkle it with Kosta sugar take your rasberries and cover the base of the ovenproof dish to make the customer makes take three jokes to hold legs. One hundred, thirty grams of Kosta sugar one vanilla seeds only and whisk that together to make Salvia. Then add twenty five grams of plain flour. Mixed in now, traditionally, this food is made with double green, but I like to use buttermilk because it has a slight acidity which helps to cut through the richness of the did say take three hundred milliliters of milk and wis that into the eggs, the sugar and the flour. Once that's done, pour the mixture over the raspberries and you should still be able to see the Roz rasberries floating on the top of the custody and bake it in a preheated. Evan. At one hundred, eighty degrees centigrade for fifteen minutes until it's Gordon Brown on the top come. When you push the improve dish has a slight gentle wobble. Take it out sprinkled with icing sugar. and. So with a big dollar of
Recipe edition, Jun Tanaka
"Hi My name's Jane Tanaka. The ninth. Restaurant in London, say my recipe is a perfect summer simple recipes, rasberry and buttermilk Fuji. Cliff fifty is a traditional French baked custard dessert from limousin region and it's fantastic recipe because once you need a basic recipe, you can adapt it with all different kinds of fruits say it works well with raspberries traditionally with cherries can figs apples bananas. Once you know this, it's really easy to adapt it. All the seasons of the year. So mine is a rasberry and buttermilk cliff eighty. said to make this dish, take an ovenproof dish butter it likely sprinkle it with Kosta sugar take your rasberries and cover the base of the ovenproof dish to make the customer makes take three jokes to hold legs. One hundred, thirty grams of Kosta sugar one vanilla seeds only and whisk that together to make Salvia. Then add twenty five grams of plain flour. Mixed in now, traditionally, this food is made with double green, but I like to use buttermilk because it has a slight acidity which helps to cut through the richness of the did say take three hundred milliliters of milk and wis that into the eggs, the sugar and the flour. Once that's done, pour the mixture over the raspberries and you should still be able to see the Roz rasberries floating on the top of the custody and bake it in a preheated. Evan. At one hundred, eighty degrees centigrade for fifteen minutes until it's Gordon Brown on the top come. When you push the improve dish has a slight gentle wobble. Take it out sprinkled with icing sugar. and. So with a big dollar of fresh.
Hester Ford, oldest living American, celebrates 116th birthday in Charlotte
"American Hester Ford celebrated her birthday yesterday, turning 116. She's the oldest person on record in the United States, according to data compiled by the Gerontology Research Group and the United States Census Bureau. The oldest living person on the planet is Cane. Tanaka of Japan, who has 117 forward was born on a farm in Lancaster County, South Carolina. She married at age 14 to John Ford gave birth to the first of the couple's 12 Children. At age 15 Hester took care of the house, the farm and the Children. While John worked at a local steel mill. Her husband died in 1963. Ford had not been hospitalized even once in the 1st 108 years of her life. She now has 68 grandchildren, 125 great grandchildren and at least 120 great great grandchildren. Ford can still walk in very short distances and until the pandemic had attended Search the first Sunday of every month for communion for use Radio news. I'm John Hunt.
Small Steps Towards Productivity at Home with Sid Garza-Hillman
"Everyone welcome to radio. This is Doug Hey and today I'm joined by my good good buddy who is so nice to talk to you sit Garza Helmet said welcome back to the podcast. Doug Nice to be here and thank you for having me on. It. was that was that was that to professional? No wonder. Out He's like, I don't want to be around that kind of anyway. Thank you so much for for for serious is always good to talk to you. Yeah same to you and. Say That anyone who is a longtime listener of the pod or follower up athlete knows exactly who you are. But you know who is said Garza Hohmann who who are you, and why should people pay any attention to what you have to say? Why don't know about the second question but the first question is that I'm. Well. Nutritionists running coach Author of two books and another one that I just finished. It's not out yet. PODCAST Vlogger I direct an ultra marathon. And I run a wellness center at at the Stanford in a nutritionist there and. father husband. That's that pretty much sums it all up. Yeah. You know our other things. That's a lot I do a lot of stuff which is i. think partly of what we're GonNa talk about today, but we'll see where that goes. Yeah I I was so disappointed in this year, we also come back out for the race would have been my. Third Time coming for the senior Costa Fifty K. which is. Without a doubt, my favorite ultra-marathon off there ever is Martin was or will be. I. Guess I can't say that definitively about I, I, can I mean there will never be a better race video It's such a cool race rents along the coast of the Mendocino coast like Northern California cliffs just absolutely stunningly beautiful and then through the redwoods and along this big river out of there, it's such a cool that and. But of course, like everything else it was canceled this year and I was sorry to Miss Miss that option is here. Yeah, I was I was a late hold out like we were getting the news about you know. Groups of fifty sounds like okay. I can do that because all space my runners out Mr groups of twenty five probably can do that. You know, and then finally it was a group of ten and I was like okay and I had to pull the plug and it was really. I took it way harder than thought it would take it. I was very bombed Tanaka the race and. It's come for some reason. The last couple of weeks I think I'm trying to nail down next year's date and everybody who signed up to have a free. You know they have a free entry into next. You basically postponed the race a year essentially, but I'm like drinking coffee out of my Mendocino Coast Fifty K. last few days I've been wearing the hat like. Just around surrounding myself with all things Mendocino. Miss you so much. You know it's It's such a fun. It's like the it's such a thing I look forward to every year and to not have it this year amongst every amidst everything else was just really a bummer. Yeah what what do you think was the most? Disappointing part about if you just about the about the race by cancelling. Yeah. Just because I love the it's such as you know for anybody who's run it they know but I keep the number on purpose. You know have quite a big wait list actually but I, keep the number very tight at one hundred fifty. Because it's really intimate fun and it's become would have been in its fifth year, but there's a lot of returners. So it becomes this thing where it's almost familial. You out there there's traditions that are being built now around the race 'cause it's now it's not in its first year now in its would have been in its fifth and so it's it's a new race but you can sort of see the establishment of traditions in and just seeing people again for the you know that one time per year and it's just it's just I greet everybody when they come. Across the finish line because I keep the numbers manageable and it's just it's just this fun. Fully positive no negative day and even people who drop I've never had a negative person. They always come back and I go I. Miss a stupid thing. You know they get a beer and they walk over to the beach you know like it just so it's all good and I've knock on Wood I've never had. A bad experience around. So it's just it's just a fun thing for me to do. It is a good addition to altering community. Thank you for putting that on. Yeah, my pleasure. All. Right. So we'RE NOT GONNA be talking about the racer. We're not even going to be talking about today we're talking about a productivity and kind of staying focused in the age of that I. Know I have I've worked from home for a long time and you've partially worked from home for a while and so I'm used to this whole working from home thing. But I'm hearing increasingly more from people who from friends and family and stuff who are getting growing increasingly frustrated with the work from home experience and. They're having they're having trouble with productivity. You're having focused missing You know their friends at work and their colleagues and and so even though we're wet like five months into this whole thing and most people are still working from home. We. Thought it'd be good to talk about productivity and to talk about. You know just kind of waste to stay focused and and be efficient but we're doing it in the framework of small steps because you're like the small stuff guy, you might be the og small sips guy. I don't know what are small steps. I'm pretty I'm pretty Oh, Jeez most. Well, my small steps are from most other small steps. So I'm there are people out there talking about micro steps, break everything into two minutes my specific approaches to train people how to set their own well. I'll put this way a small step for me as an is the mindset it's what you view something as small step. So it's not a fixed amount of time in the world. It's just for you if it's a small
Nelson 3 hitless innings wins debut, Yanks' win 5th in row
"Can keep rolling right along after last night's five to win over the visiting Red Sox gave them five W's in a row and ran their record to a baseball best six and one on the season. James Paxton takes the mound for the Sunday night series finale. Less than 24 hours after manager Aaron Boone rookie Nick Nelson come out of the bullpen to work three hitless innings and pick up a win in his major league debut is I've talked about really since spring and on through summer camp, you know one of the things I'm so excited about his AA lot of the young arms that are knocking on the door, and now Nelson's one of those, you know, and he was. He was great tonight and relief of Masahiro Tanaka was making his season debut coming back from that concussion. Now, If you're planning ahead, the Yanks have had yet another change in their schedule. They'll host the Phillies tomorrow and Tuesday, then play in Philadelphia Wednesday and Thursday before a four game series down a Tampa Bay, which includes a Saturday double header. As for the
New York Yankees to face off against Boston Red Sox without fans
"To Yankees. They're going to go for five wins in a row tonight when they play the Red Sox at the stadium. They beat Boston on Friday 5 to 1 in a most unusual home opener, No fans for the first home game and first game against Boston. It was definitely a little bit different. Aaron Boone watched Erin judge hit a home run for the third game in a row Tonight. Boom gives the ball no Masahiro Tanaka for his 2020 debut. And he does so with much uncertainty in this sport because of the Corona virus, Tanaka said Cases were expected. It is a concern that this is happening. It's kind of a reminder that we really need to be responsible and the action and the behaviour that we take Tanaka through interpreter Shingo
"tanaka" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"Yeah, and they would stay down on the ground for a while, and you just feel awful Mike. When something like something like that happens because sometimes, it's just. Unavoidable and I think for what happened. Tanaka was unavoidable. I mean you know Stanton's trying to do what he's trying to do? You know and it's unfortunate, but now he took a knee and I'm like man. This guy if Tanaka doesn't get up man. This guy's never gonna be able to play again. I don't think. Yeah I mean it was that scary and to see him walk off and then be released from the hospital very quickly, and then it ended up being a mild concussion. It's. Could ended his career I mean it's just unbelievable to think that what has gone on, and then you get this simulated game and it's Giancarlo Stanton and you're dealing with the covid nineteen through all of this, and this happens and also stains history with getting pitch in the face, and of course breaking his face in a very famous fashion, I was a huge deal with him. And Mike Fires and something. You still hasn't gotten over. And how could you going? That is a layer. Layer of this as well, but I mean thank God I mean you. You never know what something like that it could end up and not being over the top, but it could end up being deadly something like that could end up being deadly and ended up in bed. The best case scenario possibly could have what they screaming line drive. Offer your head in a direct hit. I was just awful. And then you know you obviously have Louis Sessa and DJ LEMAY COMING DOWN Cove one, thousand, nine, hundred, and Dj is a symptomatic and Sesa- obviously has some mild symptoms, so you know they're isolated, and then, of course you have the story, Freddy Freeman, and it just goes to show you alcove in nineteen is it hits different people differently and. There's a spike in cases. All across the country heard you jerry talking about this morning. A lot of them are young people that are now being. Infected with this virus, a lot of the young people coming through it. There's no question about that, but it's still a dangerous game. That is being played and whether there are cove, nineteen parties in Tuscaloosa or in the pines or anywhere else. You know people were playing with fire now the other thing that came out over the weekend. I don't know if you saw this and I know. We're going to get into the name changes and all that other stuff, but the NFL players association now starting to flex its muscles and I do appreciate it. It's something that in one thousand, nine, hundred seven. If the players could have been together back then the way they are now the difference that could have been made. For the players, safety and health, and for their financial futures back then would have been significantly bigger than they than they were that they've turned out to be now. Believe it or not, but JC shredder the president. The player President of the NFL Players Association basically is recommending no preseason games. They do not want practice eleven on eleven. The the League looks like they're going to extend the rosters in the practice squad. And now all of a sudden for the first time. You know a guy like Mark Murphy. WHO's the President CEO and WHO's obviously former player himself for the packers came out and said look man. Time is no longer on our side. As a matter of fact, our season is about to get started much like baseball basketball much like hockey with major spikes happening. With covid, nineteen throughout the country, and you just have no idea how the individual governors are going to handle their in their particular states, and what their situations are. So, this is going to have you know and. Not even talking about but college football. Looks like it's going to move to the spring right now. All of a sudden. Yeah for the longest time football was on the back burner, because we were dealing with seasons that been cut short, and how they were going to finish them with hockey and basketball and a season that was just about to start in baseball, and when it was going to start in football was in the distant future, and we figured I things will be figured out by then but I mean the time is now for them to figure out what's going on in. The NFL was very easily could do everything they. They wanted to do. They did the virtual draft that worked out. Great Schedule Release I mean everything which is going on and on the free agency. Everything was just just plowing through everything and everything was great well. It can't be fortunately right now. This is not under control. We're continuing to live through it. in New York. We're better than we've ever been. But the rest of the country it's the exact opposite and now football's jeopardy as well I mean to think that the football season's just gonNA start. On time, it seems impossible, doesn't it? I mean even feel the same way about the NBA Major League baseball like I. Don't know if those things are still going to happen. Even though there's been agreements in place and there's been schedules and there's been everything else I. Mean I I have no idea because every day. Things change so so yeah. I mean football's in jeopardy and it's the one that I guess. Makes me the most upset quite frankly because it's my favorite sport and I always thought that by the time that we reached here and talking about training camps in preseason games in the NFL season that we would be in a much better place. Unfortunately we're not and it just it. Just flat out is very very discouraging these conversations starting to happen, but it's the reality while the also the NFL PA wants less players. Oddly, enough. For training camps, they want a maximum of eighty players. You could bring less than that if you'd like if you're a team. You know that that's just the maximum amount of players you can have as opposed to ninety players, which is was the maximum coming into this year. Go the other thing that happened. The NFL canceled their supplemental draft. In the reason why that's important is because there is no college football. The NFL DIDN'T WANNA. Get embroiled in a college supplemental draft right now because there are some very attractive players..
"tanaka" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Under the union soldiers Tanaka under the union soldiers hundreds of thousands of whom were white indict this is why this identity politics is so poisonous reconstruction was a disaster because of Lincoln's assassination and because you listen says grant strongly believed in reconstruction in the first term he was moving strongly towards that but the second term Democrats win the house of representatives and blocked everything yeah I talked about it's not just water Williams it Shelby Steele it's Bob Woodson none of whom are white they talk about what's going in going in these poor inner city mostly minority communities today it is horrific in some of these neighborhoods well there's almost no white people like Greg Popovich doesn't live there Stephan Carey doesn't live there Max it's common doesn't live there we should address the problems that exist that are going on right now well Gregg Popovich should say in his video nobody gives a damn but I'm just pointing out look how quickly local state and federal law enforcement got on top of this case and indicted this man within seventy two hours I've never seen anything like it you know the original charge of third degree murder has been moved to second degree murder and I hear the loud noise going on should be first degree first degree really we got to prove it and the problem with first degree is premeditated but even not a premeditated like you're plotting and planning ahead of time ahead of the actual confrontation the reason why he fax is not going to bring first degree is he's afraid he'll lose it and then all hell will break loose but even if he's convicted of second degree murder whole never see the light of day again period none of them will what let's listen to the NFL commissioner is an enormously wealthy man who lives in a white neighborhood who was born to privilege now he's seen the light go ahead it is been a difficult time for our country in particular I people in our country first my condolences families George fluid Riana Taylor Motter every you know least moving dirt please tell me read the National Football League well I worked at Aubrey was that police brutality and I think the cops were involved I could be wrong but I don't think so anyway go ahead it was an accident how long can I don't all right I don't think it was anyway go ahead we National Football League condemn racism in the systematic oppression of black people are let's stop anybody out there not condemn racism then you should be listening to the show if you know but the systematic oppression of black people as I would he said Mister producer this systematic oppression of black people there's no systematic oppression of many people in this country you know you have absolute mobility in this country you can come in you can leave you can move from state to state city to city where is the systematic oppression black people how many people and he's just figured this out by the way he never thought this way before thought happened it was all washed up and all that now it's all of a sudden he sees there's another this guy is a corporate Laurie's been with the NFL forever his Daddy was a United States senator he is not considered a fairly intelligent not by me but by others and all of a sudden he's been commissioner I don't know how long it's been the general counsel the NFL he's lived a life is the son of a senator all of a sudden he sees the oppression of the black community he didn't see it last week he did say it a month ago he didn't see it last year he didn't see what happened it was the it was taking the knee now he sees it I'm believable go ahead with the National Football League it meant we were wrong for not listening to NFL players earlier and encourage all to speak out why are you listening to NFL players once you get off your fat **** and going to these communities and see what's going on get down you don't need interpreters by multi millionaires in the NBA or the NFL or Hollywood or anything else if you were serious about this I have been listening you know to our players how bout you listen to the people in the community how about you go and talk to the people whose little businesses were burned down with the people are scared to death to come out at night why don't you go talk to those people Mr commissioner well there's nothing in it for that's why he's trying to tamp down the players go ahead read the National Football League let me ask you about we the National Football League do you know who leased house leaders Mr commissioner you know she is she's the lady all over the internet who store she's a partner in a little store little deli that was burned down and losing not you go talk to her rather than the bar lebron James and see what she has to say go ahead leave was founded on and has a history of strident anti semitism but everybody wants to stand a black lives matter in other words you can't even say I want to stand with the black community that there is no pressure no black people but even more I got a standup lack lives man which is a stridently anti semitic organization one of its founders wise well I have to do is go on the internet a lot you could see that synagogues were desecrated as word kosher restaurants yeah on the west.
"tanaka" Discussed on F**ks Given
"Credit. No I'm not. I DID A job. Yeah I was just Kinda like over it. Do you know when you get over. That loss phase see like now. Look I really can tell this key in. Look Yeah it's tonight. Was it like. Yeah but it wasn't house. This isn't mile. Yeah I mean Bankston. Let me put the cheating things interesting especially considering you'd already cheated on multiple still think it's technically cheating if you're fucking doing anything behind your partner's back that's cheating okay. So maybe I didn't she uh-huh why did she buy? Ocd stuff in front of her. Oh into it a why that is. She didn't lease a club one time and I just sat down and this was trying to change my life. Yeah I said I'm going to stop cheating. I'm really going to drive me be head screwed on this time. I'm sitting diamonds. Kinda breathe because I don. I mean I'm GONNA FI vibe. Some Chilean disco comes to my lap. O- random is how I was. I won't God works in mysterious ways blessings on blessings saying just sit on my lap. She's to whisper in my ear. She's like your poet. I'm a poet to. I'm not well fuck could I mean grace out talking about work? Yeah and Canal offers looking for you for looking for me. My exit time share. She's looking to me in the club and making his goal and she sees me but we start making out by this time but Mahan. Does this go skirt? Oh fuck like my hands down like playing a little bit girlfriend cut like my girlfriend comes to sit next to me.
Clyde Butcher: Photographing the Everglades
"Butcher but she was known primarily for his dazzling large format black and white photography the everglades glades and Florida environment regardless of your photographic background or your tastes photography. There is so much you can learn about his story career good example. How many photographers August do you know who actually made money? Selling thousands of prince through the Amazon of the Stone Age. Or as we sometimes call it the sears catalog he did it anyway. This episode is going to be a little bit different than normal because it's just a simple conversation between John. Inclined they touch on a number of interesting subjects including Bush's work in the swamps with large format cameras. His recent foray into Sony digital cameras paired with cannon tilt shift lenses and is mind boggling doctrine with vintage in lodgers. They'll also discussing the business models that he and his family employees to market is images his thoughts on black and white versus color and of course his relationship to the Florida landscape escape for which he will be forever. Linked Klein is a true American master. And it's a treat to have him on the beach photography podcast. Let's have a listen. You work the worth almost known for his kind of a process. Heavy work Invasions time working in large format. But let me ask you. Do you feel photography Is is more of a ways or means whether the means be adventure solids money whatever happens to be. Hopefully photography is the adventure through life that you bring happiness to people through your images in my work. I'm trying to bring the environment out the to the public because people big Zoya heavy idea where oxygen comes from yet so we you have to try to convince people that the earth is round round. Last I checked it worse worse spaceship and so we have a finite number of materials here so through my photography people see the beauty mhm Have to get into it too. We're looking at pictures a lot. Lotta pictures not really early Pictures of things feelings of things. Try to draw you in pictures of the really Nice Center. The interest is on the sides. Were you in the reason I might pictures you know. I guess you probably seem into Israel silver prints. They're up to five foot by eight and a half feet. Nine feet in. Nikki showed me the space in the back of the documentary. Yeah and the rinsing in the chemical tables. That's thirty eight foot long sink. Yeah five foot by four foot. Trees actually betrays sinking itself discussion. The jumping ahead. There's so many questions about that. Space that you create in the photo and what you want people to do in that space but while we're there are you know over the past twenty plus years now. We've seen this going away from from analog film photography and Printing when that first started I mean how did you ask yourself any questions. Like how am I gonNA sustain this helmet in a supply myself with these as Kodak shutting down as you you know Ilford is pulling back now. Little resurgence in that but at the time was ever questioned. What you're GonNa do well with digital came out in Kodak's at all we're we're out here? It was getting older is you can't. Is that thirty five millimeter. We're talking about you know why should up to twelve twenty negative Majority the five seventy Enjoys five seven eight by ten some love. Fourteen twelve twenty twelve twenty seven fourteen really silly information. Yeah but it's like it's like when you take a twelve or twenty hours like ticket television set out there ebbing subside down colored collar but at that time. Did you know what I must take my guns. This is what I do is what I love to do a mock going back because you know sales I dunno sales took a hit or whatever or you know those kind of things but it was it ever a conversation to have with yourself or or was it. When I was a little nervous I think it was in nineteen ninety eight? We start doing books. So we've always general books but I was doing that my own scanning my negatives okay so I had to learn photoshop so I could If the picture of the book I tried to teach me photoshop I went to a couple of courses. It was pretty today's picture here so I said I got underway doing this in analog so I figured analog way of doing now I can do ten minutes yeah and what would that. What does that analog method ended? Basically we you like when you burn something you burn. It ingredients a lot with the burn tool okay so in in that. Gradient can change the contrast in that gradient. Okay that's interesting so might have to race a little bit around say on a burning tree. I just raised a little bit around. Make a circle around contrast less contrast. I can do that with a gradient so I could just like what I do now. In the printing we have verbal contrast paper Blue Green Bulbs so I need less contrast the blue off in a burden with green more contrast bring with blue so do the same thing thing a digital album that interesting and what's exciting to me. I finally got the I think I got the right camera to now. I got the new the Fuji F G X one hundred year about it's got sixteen bit. You'll realizing advantage of sixteen bit gradients of it becomes smooth. Yeah Woah and you can't do that fourteen bit again sixteen. This breath camera to me is to automatic. I like the I have the fifty s Has got a little dials here. This was all trying trying like so so but I've had to figure out how adapt my Kansas to it because the apertures is done by the camera so actually Cambo makes an adapter the cameras the Fuji that actually controls the Iris independently of the camera. Yet as he worry about the camera anymore. Tanaka used by lenses. And I can't shoot without having I think this is the poodle relies the the difference of getting four gram laureate Liz. The tilting tilting. The camera down more foreground yet. I lower the landscape. I don't tell camera. Yeah okay so the perspective is correct and it's also different in perspective Natural I'm kind of surprised a little bit to hear the the embrace and the deep dive into you know from the Fuji in as you mentioned the Sony All these things in the digital world. Was this something that you brought to you based on the fact that you needed to physically. Well I'll I tell you the reason I starting bracing. It is because the camp there came out with INC ARCHIVAL PAPER EGO. So unless you have a media that she can print on this going to be around for awhile. I Media Irish printer. It was good for at at least good two months. There was dead because it was used for proof. Lean offset printing needed to so the client the through the weak- Anka in your mind's eye of the print. Maybe excuse me for even asking. This is the final product. I mean when you see what you're looking at. Did you see through the Lens through the landscape to the print at the medicine. Well I do you know you said to see through the Lens I actually everything I do is point shoot. I do not compose the camera. You can't a a little bit. More digital. But with a large format view us a widening the lens of Orange Arch format. You can't see the composition the ground glass to you WANNA to see if it's Focus on the edge have moved over to the left and then yet lowered the riot. So you really can't see the competition so I've learned about the first retro focus. Twenty millimeter lens came in the country in nineteen sixty two. The first Retro Focus Lens was made in East Germany but the flag on Appeal Roy. Milton reflect to got. So I've been using that in wider wider angles ever. Since then I've been wide-angled I mean I've got maybe half dozen shots were taken with different lines. Really I I go from if you relate to Full frame thirty five I go from about ten millimetres twenty
Hacks to Make Your Resolutions Stick
"We have a really special treat today to kick off twenty twenty so I imagine most of us have been making some form of resolution the last decade was about x and the next decade is going to be about why Z.. and Ab and see well in order to accomplish X. Y. Z. A. B. and C.. We probably need some plants some way to execute our goals and dreams our guest today. BJ Fog is going to help us do just that. He is one of the world's foremost experts on behavior. Change and how to start in create habits. That are actually GonNa stick and actually going to work so anybody's diet plan. Meditation plans desires for the future that you want to have in the semi perfect perfect you that will be evolving the beautiful butterflied cocoon that we have been in the last decade. Here's a man who may make some portion of those dreams slightly slightly more true welcome bt are no thank you for inviting. It is my sincere pleasure I question how was your New Year's. Oh my gosh it was. It was in transition. It was good. I mean it's great to start a new decade but my book launch has been planned for in years eve two thousand nineteen three days ago for two years. So there's been and we moved from Maui to California and then moved on here to go work So it's been busy but The books out and the response has been really really grade and so I guess the answer is it's been an awesome way to start this decade. So you've started the decade with your New Book Tiny Habits and today you're going to share a little bit about the methodologies that you recommend in it I yes yes. I'm so excited. So if somebody's GonNa make habit change what's the best way to do. It loaded question the way that we've been taught for decades How the culture thinks about habits most of it is wrongheaded takes us in the wrong direction? I'm excited about sharing is a way to create habits into change our life that works in. It's easy in its task. Actually if you do the right way it and it's not guesswork so I'll breakdown. Some of it goes deeper into some of the parts. But first and foremost start with forming habits that you want in not ones that you feel like you should have new years eve all of a sudden just coming to kick me in the ASS. Yes yes you know. What doesn't doesn't work? You know this is kind of what we've been set up is like okay. You just pick a should something you should do and somehow magically you can motivate yourself itself to get it done. I just don't see any evidence in everyday life research networks long-term but what does work is picking what you want want to the tiny Abbas method Hick habits that you want to be super easy and super small. So let's say you want to read more. Yeah so pare that back to not even read one chapter but read one paragraph or maybe even one sentence and then find where that new habit. The teeny teeny. Tiny behavior fits in your life. Naturally in the tiny habits method. You look for wet Kennett come after so reading for example might right lodge by come really well after you sit down on the train on your way to work then you open. Your book can read a paragraph An obvious one that I talk about the law is glossing comes after you brush so the tiny house arrest beaver. That is after I I will fly and in this case it's one tooth 'cause you parrot back to be super tiny and then there's a the third part of the tiny habits method. Is You wire in the habit by what I call celebrating writing you fire off a positive emotion and that helps us. You know that emotions change how our brain works and in this case of the celebration. The positive emotion helps your brain like remember and want to do that behavior again. So you're basically self-reinforcing but you're not doing it how you're doing it deliberately. You have by now. Thousands and thousands and thousands of people have done this. I know you've watched behavioral change categorically step by step over literally tens of thousands of people to identify bit by bit what makes the most effective habit change. Our do have a study where I had. Some people sell a true experiment where people randomize some people celebrated some people didn't celebrate and clearly different effects. It's a fundamental mental piece. I mean when we look at really any discipline. I live a lot in the world of healthcare in the world of meditation in the world of fitness and each of these worlds. We look at how you create habit a change and the behavioral pieces the hardest part we all know there are things that we should do. That are good for us and we just don't do them. Why don't we eat? Well you know. Why don't we exercise as much as we should know? Amount of information is going to actually shift your behavior and the question always is but what does so. Let's talk about one one other thing that most people listening here care about. And it's thing that people most commonly asked me. How do you start the habit of meditation? Or how do you get yourself to meditate meditate more often. Well this is why I like is this is why before we started recording. I told you what a huge fan I am news. Here's why I think meditation a hard habit to wire factors. Were really busy and but I think as we've talked about what why isn't a habit is the feeling of success. Yes it is so hard for people as they start to meditate feel successful they sit down and they still frustrated. I'm guessing I haven't studied up on you know. I know what what needs to be there for the habit to form and I know in my own experience and you know just casually talking to others not studying got scientifically is people. Just sit down notices. How busy their minds are so? They're not feeling successful. So that's not going to wire the habit what I loved about about us. Was it the little birds chirping those celebrations. You did right. I was getting at permission. I'm getting signalled signalled. I was succeeding. And that was a game changer for me because otherwise I don't know if I'm succeeding when I met a day so tonight you've just actually planned my mind because we knew we were doing it when we built it but we didn't have your thesis that it fell into to validate like. Oh we're doing this because it it is the self reinforcement in this way. The lavelle sort of him so because there's no way I can know that I'm doing something with my brandon brainwaves but what the news you you've you've indicated even even people can tune into like that was really stormy and rainy but now it's getting calmer and they lowered the bar for themselves so that you're not hearing chirping. You're able to calm the rain a little bit. That's great again then. Eventually you'll hear turbines like August. While I threw me because I got so excited I was thrown out but later I could bring them on and it just made me. It helped me feel successful so I have to tell you the chirps. The bird trips are actually also away to undermine the goal directed nature of this and bring back a mindfulness principal so everybody the first time they hear bird. If you don't know what it is just like okay. That was a bird as soon as you know that a bird is reward. You're like Oh my God I got a bird and you get really excited. And then the bird flies away so it is our way to suddenly subtly reinforce the habit while at the same time not getting you totally invested in your awards so you have to become come as invested in your rewards as you are in your failures essentially equanimity to them both in order to actually. That's the that's the subtle. Mindfulness awfulness a lesson that we imbued within. I love that well. I think it's great. I think it's terrific now. If somebody doesn't have that product I think to to reframe what successes as a meditators like just sitting on your mad sitting celebrate the fact that you actually did it and and I think the mistake is an expert on meditation. But if you think I'm GONNA have a coal mine like the Buddhist monk and that's the standard of success years Tanaka wire in the habit so just you have to re frame what success in meditation is so you can achieve that Tillis achievable also. You can deal successful every time you meditate every time and and and I think maybe somebody's done it I haven't mapped it all out but you know the simplest thing might be the fact that you actually sat there. You sat on the Mat and you took three mindful brass Bam. I know before I had views but I really focused on was just can I get three breasts without my mind wandering just three just three and it was hard but that was the standard if I could do it. It's like okay good for me. Let's see if I can do it again. Just three US us without my mind going up so it wasn't like a high bar but it was some way that I could feel successful. Oh but that took some effort. I do like the pink. I love that Adams. If you're trying to meditate call you to gotta how to do. Sit on the cushion. If you've nailed sitting on the cushion all you gotTa do is get three breaths.
City of Palo Alto, California, may start fining people for vaping in public
"Hello hello also also is is considering considering fines fines for for teen teen to to fade fade been been public public this this comes comes after after the the city became the latest in California banned the sale of vaping products in brick and mortar stores city councilman mark Tanaka tells connects the right now there's no real consequences for students who are caught vaping fine it has interesting effect which is that you know to find large enough like lessons on a twenty dollar fine which lost his part how long has caused in spite how twenty dollars to pay something like that but it is a fine large enough that a student would have to probably get the pencil pay for it what happens is it it brings parental Ennis as well still exists here still studying the possibility of implementing finds including how much they would be enforced and how much they would be a staff report expected early next
Oldest living American has died at age 114
"A little Murphy lived in Harlem and she was born in nineteen oh five she raised two children as a single mother after her husband died at an early age Murphy's daughter rose green said her mom was a gift from god she turned a hundred fourteen in July Connie Tanaka a Japanese woman is recognized as the oldest person in the world at the age of a hundred sixteen Sara Lee Kessler NBC news radio New
The oldest living American, Alelia Murphy of New York, has died at 114
"She was the oldest person in America a Li Li a Murphy age a hundred and fourteen years has died Murphy thought to be the oldest known living American was born in nineteen oh five and lived in New York City raising two children as a single mother after her husband died at a young age her daughter rose green calling her mom a gift from god Murphy was honored honor a hundred fourteenth birthday in July at Harlem state office building now the world's oldest living person is still Connie Tanaka from Japan who is a hundred sixteen
Nationals sweep Cardinals in NLCS, 7-4, earn first World Series Berth
"Cardinals season has ended but baseball rolls on the ALCS resumes tonight at Yankee Stadium game for after a rain out last night in New York masters lead that series two games to one Masahiro Tanaka takes the ball for the Yankees at green cay gets the start for Houston game five is slated for Friday night's game six of necessary will be Saturday no travel day because of that rain out last night course the winner of this series gets the Washington nationals nationals the World Series for the first time in franchise history after dispatching the cardinals in the N. L.
Yankees to face off against Astros in ALCS Game 1
"You Brian it's the ALCS we've been waiting for so to be here in Houston you know side of the back and discourage star the CF Aaron judge in the one hundred three win Yankees versus the one hundred seven one Astros gets underway tonight at minute maid park or break art or the bombers were swept all the way back in April kind of figure that we have to come through here eventually if we want to get to where we want to be in the last year to knock it goes against Jack ranking game one Aaron Boone and why he's going with Tanaka tonight went to knock a is usually better at home I felt like it was a good decision you know a tough one to be made but similar to the division series where I was going back and forth a lot just
"tanaka" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Bogart's the runner at first Tanaka looking, at it role model New Year's awaits two to one Here it is swig, foul ball down the right side and that'll be at play A lot it's here yeah you're not looking, into yes step it out Phil Nevin the He's, third base coach relaying the pitch sides. To Austin role mine The to get a straight. Back Tanaka guy who. Can slow the pace down prices someone, who's normally known did this low the, pay staff got a little better but But it's just one of those, Nunez valley golf pitches Tanaka taking his, time The two.
"tanaka" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The report masahiro tanaka injured hamstrings strings are gone it's kind of funny i like that he didn't even attempt to slide at the play at the plate and yeah i a chance because you were a little league player one day it's like riding a bike all right do i think i think your instincts would take over i really do think you would learn and we're not learn you will remember how to slide i do i'm not even a yankee fan jerry and i was angry at the tanaka injury i here again delineate services i just don't like the idea like these guys are their fragile fragile by so fred that i can't ask eighteen thirty five these guys could hate page they'd play right field they go a marathon for ya under fifty four game now it's so specialized stupid like where the hell is you win his cesspit a saturday night we're watching the game and my son goes this i'm mike what he goes says has had a setback i'm like with what his quasi come on is your quad and your hamstring similar well it's the opposite side of their side but his hip flexor all hip flexor told me at the softball game us because what i have now you have this it's where the quad meets the hip.
"tanaka" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"Ninety two three elliot's new home for your neighbor on your calls continues next so let's go hang going to get into your phone tap manson pt tanaka japanese baseball navient t t tanaka is here and set up his camp and a spot so let's go in and see what's going down because it costs part of t t tanaka apply yes this is luther from camp sliders and i was just calling to see who do i speak to about the appearance with a t tanaka from the tokyo tweets from japan no information about mr tanaka flew in from japan and he started his workshop with the key club i have no knowledge about that at all hold on he's he's looking at me like there's a problem here mister tt tanaka i'm here on the phone right now with the agency this is t t tanaka here sir good how are you i love rock people i hear what you're saying heat saudi five home runs this season he hit thirty five home runs this season alone sir he's a stolen base leader three years in a row anything about this this is his first time here in america a mac is so beautiful already so this is what we're going to do sir if the pa system is set up we like to start off with the stay off drugs the avoid steroids speech that he does and then we're going to the workshop and if we can get outside we'd like for all the kids sing along with him when he sings the song on tv king king baseball did you hear him sir i'm so excited to teach the kids mccomb inside the.
"tanaka" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Don't know how and what pitches available right well maybe they go to get a veteran starter to whom i oh not one in syria there's not a lot out so now you've got trade players and now they're going to want to take your young players and and take them off your hands so there you go to somebody's really good starter they're going to say okay we want laboratory says we want you odds fro one youngster nah you know have five prospects who are in the top hundred they're going to china i'm going to one three of them if you're going to take a stop l now i'm not going to start more than what they are down there you have to be back in the market for tanaka as all aristo it could they get a written accord they were placed in october that bridge starting coaccused longing silent britain it's done a bridge stauner tanaka is a guy who on his best day is a star so if you're going to go get a guy that you can have pitch like that in the post season you're going to have to go get a big starter and either going to sign him as a free agent to a ton of money or you gonna have to give up kids to get him there's no in between now the yankees can resign tanaka if the yankees like tanaka so much they can just tackle on a couple of years to that contracting give him five years with you know the same kind of money if they feel comfortable given him that kind linked with his status you know with the his you know he was very iffy this year it was inconsistent he needs days off in we know he's had some almond juries so you got to take that on new account if the markets so favorable at tanaka can dumped sixty seven million for three years and he's going to guarantee site himself that he's gonna do better than twenty three twenty to change a year for three years if he's going to do better than that then the markets extremely high and the yankees going to be paying through the nose sal in brooklyn was ups out michael what's going on buddy oh you what's up and.
"tanaka" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Our job rigging the studio midway through the seventh inning at yankee stadium game number five of the american league championship series astros gotta get going with dallas guy go who is dominant in the game one victory seven scoreless striking out ted facing off with masahiro tanaka the bottom half of the second darling castro would reach based on a twoout double next batter the byrd man tool as well say bory fouls the right well why route scar starlet castro a law loud symbol were greg burdening exiled aboard each one nothing that would be the first ron allowed by go to the yankees in his postseason career fast four bottom three with brett gardner odd burst here comes the judge for water when i get a ground stick guided breakfast that doubt allotted to the corner got of it cloudera route third way stay just throw pereira judge what rv i got a little girl left milk corner really chatted up make that now ten rbis in his post season for the rookie coming off backtoback games of whole bronze eight to nothing lead at that point for the bombers forty nine pitches burkai go through the first three innings as for his counterpart in tanaka in a jab in the fifth astros threatening to with josh radic the blade the kick will want to sweat is sweater i cannot get pitches added the caveat astros leader cupport we go to the bottom of the clear headaches to dropping yankees seven scoreless manager joe girardi getting from tanaka tonight aides strikeouts just three it's allowed and the yankees offense relentless on the astros pitching adding another one in the of your warned swag id aboard claire route they're going to score they'll hold chat chuck fifth third said she has a big hurdle said quoted first bad erotic gary sanchez deliverance three it up they would add one more it's a four nothing lead for the yankees kyko done after four twothirds four ron's odds seven heads as we move to the bottom half of the sabbath aaron judge about to take to the plate for the yankees as we said it back to the.
"tanaka" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Lose a lose show up and it with my promptly now on the anc's uh with swimming they get past minnesota february two pitcher knox who nagham sauce honey great gave one you're gonna go see he game killed because i i both you feel with an oscar in game two personal look at he he's rakkad if it was swimming if they walking one looking he's record the yankees lost this yes i have more competence which easygoing in game two they lose that's knock and i think it's a no brainer that what what his playoff experience what he's done this year you have to move this in mind just keep this in mind 'cause i think this has to be a big factor when you talk about game too the guy who pitched his game two is your first arm available or potential starter if you decided for some reason not to start sunny gray he's your guy for game five because of the way the off these lay out so if you make the decision to go see see over masahiro tanaka and you're using the logic of sea sees ability to win games after the yankees lose which is just true i mean the facts back yup just remember you're making a decision impacts game five so or you okay with ccb and guy number one coming out of the bullpen in game five versus masahiro tanaka at a big factor because both guys are gonna be on regular rest one other thing to back up his point move back it up leuenberger hero masahiro tanaka splits home and road in 2017 at home is eight and five with a three four eight era on the road he's foreign seven with a six four eight era does that matter now keep in mind is remember that tanaka better home picture than road pitcher if you hold them back the game three you have him at yankee stadium greg in.
"tanaka" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"But uh but i think that i hear you so so brad voting for a relax as far as the these go although in general not worried except for about tanaka here's here's my thing on tanaka number one pitch this week pitched on regular rest what happened didn't look yet again didn't look good on regular rest now you can say the man is being paid like an ace last season you look at it had third best era tanaka third best d r a in the entire american league last season leaves us not just an ace me truthfully he was the site young candidate last season masahiro tanaka that's how good he was last year so we can all want him to be an ace based on how well he's pitched in the past the keys and based on the contract but the reality is that he's been dreadful the season and when he was actually okay to any of these recent to start to go he was pitching on extra rest so my feeling is at this point we can want all we want but until he's on a roll fixed the mechanics it's taking something's happening or maybe just the whole season a yankees gotta give not to hero tanaka extra rest from now on and if that means that were really see more starts out of the louise successes or the cat greens and then that's what it means so be it now is that great because are we potentially over exposing guy as an extra starter who is not really ray have that role maybe at some point will the yankees.