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"tandy" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"Part of this. Nick Tandy PODCASTS special. I think we can. Can we call it that? An ESA group national editor Stephen Liquor issue has covers a lot of the rising that the Knicks team Jd. I've been involved with so yeah Stephen. Any particular highlights. I guess you're a fan of Dan Harper. Aren't you who won the Porsche. Carrera Cup champion last year with Knicks team. Yeah yeah definitely I think dance performances over the last couple of seasons have been incredible and really brought a huge amount of success to Knicks team in particular his performance last year winning I salute dominated the Porsche. Trump gbi championship Taking a huge number of wins POWs podiums fastest laps It was just a really really impressive performance from someone who's still only a teenager. It was great to watch actually Yeah I mean. Dan drove exceptional last year And the championship was was competitive. But yes you know he. He made it look easy. He didn't have bad days. We saw in his first year embarrasment. I think when he first started driving the poor she was still sixteen in his first year. He's seventeen years old Quick Straightaway and apart from his first race of brands or member It doesn't quite shown the sectors but he he got traffic in in Inclu is a think and he was on for the Paula. You know it was. It was quicker than than than our other boys in and we knew. The distance was theatrical. Pole-winner it could have been on fell over his first race. What I'm saying and Yeah he was just. He was quick but it was rule in the first year. Probably a bit like me to be honest You know took a bit of time to realize when to use the aggression and went into to settle and And yet we had a good chat with him before. Stop last year and said look this is. You've you've shown quick your you. There's no need everyone knows everyone is is. You just need to show that you can win a championship. Now that you can do the job If you want people like Porsche to to look potentially taking on in the future and and what did was just. It was like the most epic season a scene from a driver. I think every time you needed to be in Pole. He was on pole won the first race. Boom big points job done and then in the second race when there was a chance to go forward he did or not it. Settle for the points and the and yeah it was. It was just really good and serves every every opportunity that came and he's got great one a really really good woman. Bmw now that's it. That shows what they saw performances can do for your tree. How much manufacturers take notice of what's going on and that he's now part of the revived. Bmw Junior team is a huge accolade for him. I remember I was at the junior shootout for the police. Gb Jane this was at the end of twenty seventeen. Would've been and he was just considering he was straight out genetic junior which is completely different to to occur cop. Tom And he was just on the pace. Straightway right from the start and it was clear from that moment that he was Newbie priest special in that car and he sent me back up over the last T- seasons. Yeah that's it. You know he was like you say with this. Bmw junior thing. He you know he's got a potential to have a job for life you do a good job in BMW companies like Porsche Mercedes. You know the rule is going to be racing something and if you can get if you can get foot in. That's the hardest thing and to do eighteen years old You know it. Basically just quick. He's got the right attitude He's a smart Guy You Know He. He knows whence be professional winter to have fun with the rest of the people around him. It's it's portions loss. Unfortunately they didn't have position for Let's say a a junior driver at the time so the winning find me and said he got this option. Ceo said you need to go to Munich now and Luckily did so good luck to. I'll see him in the nurburgring. Actually we'll be racing together in in. May I think the team management you call enjoy? It sounds like you're enthused about if you find someone that can really deliver always house at slightly by the ones that perhaps a little bit more hard work questionnaire I enjoy working with old drivers Of course it's nice to see when you see progress rarely But of course you know. There's ones that you get on with Well and and I will all ones that you really get on with that. You'd like to see Have Opportunities and ones that deserve opportunities to to to see that the that something comes out of it gives you satisfaction as a team boss team owner if you like that you've you've given this guy in an opportunity and that's exactly why we kept the team going you know? It's it's Joe Tandy racing. Not Nick tend in it's it's a continuation of what my brother did for me To give me a chance to gun race these former falls forestries and try and get on the on the ladder get noticed so yeah. It's vindication of that. That hard work and there was a lot of hard work between sort of two hundred nine and I saw fourteen. It was it was really really hard and Ninety nine percent of the time I had no idea why was doing it Most of the time. Now I still down but Yeah had the time there was. There was other things to to look after Within the team more than my own failings or or life if you like your kid also after the pass away it was. It was very important to keep keep the team together and it's probably worth reminding people some of the drive come through. I mean there's two other ones that stand out to me. Joseph New Garden wanted to go on to be you know he's a champion superstars in the states and on a UK. Dan Chemicals. Yeah exactly one rich four champs with you then went on to be successful in portions in his now. Well I think it's probably fair to call him and works on. The Harvey Takes Way too much credit for support because he was made in the first place. Oh Tim did say for a full season drive. I mean what did he did? Massive massive helped Danville. Of course. Yeah Yeah and they were with Joseph. Joseph still doomed British F. Three at the time was the quickest going the charge that year. He just didn't air things happening within challenge and and also Dan very much delivered foyer. Are they the two standouts other than Dan? That you can. You can think of Yeah Yes for sure outside there were I mean. Joseph was Was new. It was his first year in you know Zanny year. He did in in Formula Ford in in in the UK. site was a typical kind of rookie season where he was quick. Quick quick one most racist but never kind of didn't finish championship off. But you could see that there was. Yeah you can see. There was ability. Nick Tandy EH. Yeah he had to. He had the the you know the neck the desire as well the drive to do it and And Dan actually race worse. I think the first time back in twenty hundred site twenty ten I think back in the Jura. Tek Days Informed afford you did half season with us then was really good. You know. I think if he if he'd done a a fourth season afterwards he would. He would won the championship back then but he got an offer to do some renos stuff and it was good and yet when he came back in and that season was at the very thirteen yeah he won won every race races. Yeah he didn't even turn up And Yeah I mean that was it was just exceptional and say it is great to see those guys go onto to something inside. Y- you know perhaps are a little teams helps along the way. Of course he's always nice and I always personally try and help the drivers as much as I can win when they lead no matter no matter what they all were weather going You know managed Roy was. I don't have favorites but I was if I can help in any way. Then then I'll go out my way to do that as a benefit of being with Jada Out We mentioned this earlier. It's just just the tourists but the early days when you do from Florida's multi mark develop your own cars and he came out of British from fossil became MSA formed. Didn't you go down the Porsche? It was I mean. Obviously you're links to have been part of the reason behind that but was was there sign element of the the categories word. Hat's what really gets you going about. Sort of National MOATS book. Yes there was a certain degree of that Because even the when when former fold went to the ecoboost form it was still open. You know you could. You can build your engines and and there was. It was much more restricted. But there were still parts of our open and of course kind of F. Four is a is a SPEC series and a slight any SPEC series if you don't if you don't get the right drivers or you know you don't have the right opportunity to develop the drivers then you're in hiding to nothing and then the year off. It just gets harder and harder to to stay competitive. Yeah obviously are being reported. A few years Personally and we wanted to as a team we'd want it to get out the fulminant stuff for a little while because it's especially at junior level is so much effort and so much backlash that comes back from parents and manages full remain though for the for the rewards of actually having a great season. Which is I mean. If you win a championship is great. You know the stuff that we did when winning but I mean financially. It's it's the worst business model in the world I can say that quite categorically. If you're if you're a small team running in one championship then is just a complete waste of time. Because there'll always be somebody that comes out new things. I can do it cheaper than the grades the whole market and this is just a cycle that goes on the to seeing the categories in the country at the moment before and barely see former three three both single. Spec kind of gone down this right. Let's face it. The whole sport has is not like the. Uk's out of line really on this is that we think that's kind of sandwiches cons of have to accept. You know it's never going to go back or is there a way of doing that kind of means you could bring it back in a bit? I think it's difficult. Obviously for British woman. Four is part of the F. I. S. Ladders Single Seater Series. Now so in sort of inevitable in that way in that sense that it's going to have a much more clearly defined SPEC formula now. This is what you can do. This is what you can't do and as you've said cavs it's the way MC sport across the world is seemingly going down more more that route And it's interesting how nick for Saner earlier about how. The sort of former for wasn't really working his team and he wasn't alone a lot of the other Shwim afford teams that moved across into the series. Most of them are not under part of it either. Just because of the changing nature of of that series. And how you've had a big single seats operations like Carlynn Forte. Tech Arden double are coming to join the championship and so changed the nature of it in a sense And it's it's good for for the young drives coming through what came within soon really professional teams that they can move up the ladder with Both in the UK and Europe So they can build those partnerships but at the same time it is hard for smaller teams to compete in that sort of environment. Now that as a solution to that problem now I remember when they launched from BMW which was a single.
"tandy" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"Birt's? Yeah you pulled off a few ivy taking moves there. They didn't always work but something would happen. I always think of in the field. Because you're never someone that's just gonNA fall out another coffee entire business race. That was kate. Yeah that's right. Go to you Troy Avenue. That's what we used to seeing the the former three stuff. You know people just sit there without kind of trying which which was never. It was never the way we were. We were brought up go racing. But he's funny. You say the the the the Formula Renos the world series thing I mean that that Oto spill the the mob attest I mean that was kind of setup for me. Wasn't it you know it drives three different cars and have ten laps at and if I'd kind of looking back now you know I didn't need drive. I didn't need to turn the car off the girls at Richie's You know in the final run of the day but Yeah if I'd known why now About the differences in the way that drivers do go about things I probably would have gone into a bit differently It might have changed the result but then it could have changed my life spectacularly in a in a in a different way so yeah it was. It was bad thing in the end over end in in that regard. I also wonder whether you spent a long time on came out of Minnesota. So you did bill de Single seaters and one chance in is I see in your first season thousand five then. He stepped in bridge. Form The folders. Who's going through something of a revival at the time in the geotech engine but from that moment all pretty much until he got into porsches. It always seemed like. You're in the wrong chassis. So you're in a Ri- when the Mughal was the cars having Formula Ford. And then when he picked up in the form of three. You're in McGowan when everyone else had to devour wonder whether that might have honed your abilities to get the most out the equipment that you that you had well. Yeah I'm sure it did as well You know because when it's when it's no easy to to to win or be competitive than you need to to try that little bit harder. I guess it was no bad thing. We had the cars I raced. We had because we had the the option of of getting hold of the cars to race them. You know the the by the other options went on the table if you like so. And he gave us the IT gave us the option to have the cause in our workshop and being under the Under the spanners in the hands of us of Basie may my brother and the rest of the people that then join us once we once we started getting the F. Three con of serious And I think that that again taught me a lot based on the on the understanding of the sport and what goes into it Even a especially a professional level you know racing Porsche now and understanding the You know the amount of work the amount of time the dedication the stress that goes into trying to compete against other people basically and drawn build build a car that You know you can give to a driver. That's the that you happy with the can compete so it was. It was a great song and I really. I really did love the time in in the British Formula Ford and the F. Three because it was it was back still when it was there was an open. They were open for business. Really you know if you wanted to develop a new risk suspension you develops your own suspension if you wanted to to mess around with the Arrow on a on a formula. Three car okay. We didn't have a wind tunnel at hilltop race development. It's a there was stuff that we played around with you know. We just took the Car Park Windsor and looked at him when we could do this. And we could do that. And especially the Formula Ford stuff. We used to mess around so much with all sorts of stuff and It was it was great fun. It was great fun to go racing and and yeah it. Was that competition of trying to get a competitive advantage on on the rest. That drove the ambition to to go racing. A I think I've said before it's the the driving point of Of racing is is not what I really enjoy. It's the the competition the being being in direct competition with another machine or another man or another. You know another team. Whatever it's and that's it was. It was just such a great time in in racing. Yeah to have Tavern Karna workshop and all these ideas and then to the for the driver which was which was made so then go out and try and finish the job. Yeah you competitive. Your what's turning describe as a racer I think is probably the way to put you like the wheel-to-wheel combat I mean. Does that extend to the mental side? Because you quite good I'll be. I think it probably was deliberate because I think you that card street fights mentality really accord. Good getting under the skin of your of your position in the former days. Peter Dempsey off to one particular race. Yeah Yeah you got your encounter. Mcleod had had a pretty bruising rover actually because he tended to have the quick a car and actually was he actually Kinda listed. The mental attack caught well within the car but off the outside. The car didn't go down too well but did you. Was that something that you sort of. Try and get two rivals bit and and do you still always a bit different mentality? In endurance racing was on purpose. Yes I won't lie. It's like boxes and stuff like that. Driving and racing is not a is not unathletic spor. I mean you've got to be capable of driving a car for so long and the fossil call gets he gets harder and and Blah Blah Blah but at the end of the day. It's a mental sport. Everything you do is defined by. What's in your mind in the BBC? Sorta single-spaced days when I was dominating out front and it was it was easy. You know. We're all friends and run. You know there was no reason to to mess around because we winning and it was. It wasn't easy but we winning and there was. You know there was no need to change anything but Yeah when he got to a situation where I wasn't always the fast on track You know I realized I'd had come out. Come the ways of trying to beat people when there's opportunity to to wind people up then you know went ahead and did it and And to a certain degree I still do if I think it benefits. My result will my team but it's become much more endurance stuff and with the team sports side of it. It's become much more always much less singular defined of course you know when you tencent tens of your driver's yeah and it's you may better to have good relationships with people than the bad ones whereas it lets you know when it's one on one competition if somebody is thinking about you in front and thinking how much they hate you all thinking about what happened previously. You'll what's going to happen then. Not Concentrating one hundred percent on on the job so all what's happening at the time so it's it can only be an advantage and it has been an advantage in the past but tonight. I I kind of like the the conflicts of of personalities of never when you're when you're in competition with people they're not going to be friends because we want to do is beat them so if they're not going to be friends then why not enjoy a bit of bit of conflicts. It's a bit like you know it's a nice ingrained into human. The human condition the some point. You've quite fancy having a scrap just having a scrap for no particular reason and I guess yeah in my younger years was a bit more feisty like this. I'm so there any particular races In your early days. And let's say pre becoming fatty drive twenty thirteen or maybe even joining the the the the GT actual actual Porsche team. Fourteen sort of stand out to you. I mean we'll see we've talked about that ridiculous vote festival drive there any others that you think. Yeah that was good on particular dramatic one. Yeah there's a couple actually. There was one that was wearing race. I do remember th- Ruxton so in the formative fools use cutthroats Ston. I mean it was. It was quicker than the three calls in nine hundred sixty one that it was. It was two thousand seven and we were. We were going for the championship against Callum. You know the the Big Jayme team and all this and and I think we had. Yeah we had. We must have had to racist there and we quick but on the back straight I quickly realized that if if I was in front in the last lap I could non stop him overtake him before Laci Cain and similarly if I was behind this is coming out church. So let's see the pair of are GonNa be battling for for the second race. If I was behind I could not pass him. You know in in the total because of the the drag all acas because we are different. Different color different chassis. So we're going through the race and I I quit. You work this out because the first few laps you know I mean for unease destroys passed and then went on behind I get past him. You know the rest of the lap was a we could fight but I knew if on the last lap coming to the to the to the rutten. There's nothing to yeah so So I can't remember entirely. I think we managed to gain front and really backed him up in in the slow stuff and and go a few others pre Linson students some other boys involved And it was just a case of trying to control the race at the The Round the slow stuff together people involved and then just try make a big enough gap out the back so that. I could hold it to the to the chicane and this went on for a few laps and And Yeah I just managed to to to back him up enough into the pack with other lap and a half ago and got a break and manage to have big enough gap. Lamelo slap to to to get there but I thought that was Tactically one of my best races and mean certainly was at the time to to win their an. You Know I. I thought the the Patch. It wasn't by Driving the best old. We'll having the. The quickest car is by out thinking people in feed perhaps realize what was happening in not kind of Four so much in in areas of the track then we wouldn't be able to own to to get involved but Yeah this was it was. It was one of these the I. I don't remember a lot of the early stuff. My memory is not the the best but this was. This was one down somebody. They'll be in autosport covered at some point. There actually one that I guess. This is a bit more crucial in terms of your future. Career at that point was Armand. Your outings in two thousand thirteen in Porsche. Carrera Cup when David Bartrum vote base came. Ta and he'd been running markle Canaan Tim halls well to is it. Oh No no because my nights. Yeah as two thousand eleven. Yeah why why are we show two thousand eleven? They've been running Tim Harvey Mark Twain. Both been successful Porsche drivers but we're both struggling. And I think David decided to find out whether it resembled a car really Property and facilities stone and brands hatch to memories of those ones are one team and marker watching your surtees and you come in past. Tim saying some of the lines of how that's how you supposed to drive. It was very magnanimous of it. And then silverstone when in the first you bought a couple of seconds and James Certainly think was second is something along the lines of never driven so hard behind. Somebody's.
Uncertainty Beckons Present Action!
"Certainity Morris's from time to time. We live in uncertain times. That's what we have often been told and we've seen it from time to time you know. Humans have been walking around uncertain since a pretty long time while. That's for certain because we've been there. We've done that for hundreds of thousands of fears. We often forget that problems often. Flaw greater problems or whatever crisis facing at the moment is not new. We actually face something similar before in an uncertain future leaves stranded in an unhappy present but does nothing. You can do in order to control it but wait yet. Uncertainity brings about certain panic and fear and some shaky ground that we stand on from time to time need epidemics war natural disasters accidents. Whatever it may be humans. We've been around for a long long time and face these yet. Every time there's uncertainty without question. We have doubts. We have panicked and we have fear. And that's what we need to understand is the said Tandy off uncertainty and that's what we need to use in order to control our emotions in order to help not paralyse us. And in order to take action to be in control of what's uncertain when you look at plans to change pats that change and there's no predictibility as to which way it's going clearly. Some of US have a higher tolerance for that but for others. It's not the same. Those that have higher tolerance for uncertainty. We end up putting a higher value on inauguration new discoveries you possibilities new ways of being in control and bringing sanity back whereas those that don't have a similar level of tolerance are enrolled in worry fear panic and are trying to figure out how to cope and how to survive in such an atmosphere. That's where we can all come together to understand that uncertainties certain yet does a certain idendity the uncertain circumstances coming and going from time to time. And that's what we need to understand. So what are the few things that we can do in order to survive uncertainity in our everyday life? Wealth For one. Let's not panic. Let's make sure you're looking for explanations. And we are exploratory by nature in terms of figuring out the root causes of panic and fear in trying to get a grip on it trying to control it. Let's focus on the present. You fear is always related to something. We're afraid bill or might happen in the future. Not What's actually happening in? The current present and not present is dictated by the future whereas we need to be in control of our future by dictating present. You know if we have controlled prison times and we get busy with the business of Coping Mitt. Whatever the future might throw it as and Bilby in control of that future. We can shave future the way we want it to be not self fears that actually give air to the threats that are down the road realistic or not and these are the ones that tend to paralyze. Us look at your president. Ask yourself the question very now. Are you in control? Are you okay right now? If yes then you have the time and the wherewithal to figure out how to be in control of Your Future. Keep perspective ask yourself. What's the worst thing that can happen here? And whatever that was thing that can happen. How do you take control of it? How do you change the dynamic of what the future can hoard or bring to you if you act on your prison? That's the perspective that you need to have not worry about the Dane and they out million not in control of your president as a result. You're not in control of your future. Also look at. What can you control? And what is not in your control and focus on the things that are in your control by taking action if there are things that you can be prepared for in dumps of something that is not a new control act on it and Puerto Bland together and get prepared if you have a plan a and if that doesn't work then have a plan be ready in order to execute on that learn to prioritize what's essential what's needed and what's not and be flexible. Stay flexible to change your plans as needed. Depending on how the president starts changing be open to options. Be Open to inauguration have ideas that are out of the box and be ready with them in order to implement them depending on whatever you face then once in a while stop take a deep breath and look around you and look how far you've come as a result of your pre planning. You're taking action. You'll being in control of the prison. And how you'll shaping that future in terms of the way you want it to be by taking control of your present that my friends is what's going to help you being controlled not just feel present but if your future and they'll help you so that uncertainty by bringing a certain level
Dallas: Fort Worth Mayor Delivers State of the City Address
"Her state of the city address fort worth mayor Betsy price highlighted the economic growth that cal town is seen KRLD news Austin New York with the story share prices their economic development team has been focusing on recruiting companies to relocate to fort worth and it's been working we had the pleasure of announcing Gulfstream at alliance just last week and today I get to announce we just landed linear labs they're moving and advanced manufacturing facility and corporate offices from Mexico to fort worth she says in the city's biotech sector now gone I care became a thirty billion dollar publicly traded company this last year price also announced that the city is purchased broadcast deal for preservation as part of Tandy hills
Kathy Bates discusses her Oscar nominated movie 'Richard Jewell'
"This is popcorn where we tell you what's happening at the movies and there's a great movie for you to see right now called Richard Jewel based on a true story but my guest today Kathy Athey Bates who you know from so many things I could mention them but then the show would be over because she has too many credits too many awards but she plays the title character's actors mother in this and she will break your heart six ways from Sunday. But today we're GonNa be having fun are absolutely welcome to the first time you've done done. This popcorns yours get no no. I've lost sixty pounds in managed to keep it off the last three or so I've been on. They sell popcorn pretty okay at least and we're smelling as Peter Stocks. The top doing this so you just got of course all the awards you have. Now you have a new nomination as best supporting actress for Richard Jewel for me. Ah The best award for this movie has been the fact that bobby jewel richards mom who's still alive Loves the movie. Because if she didn't now I know Gosh 'cause in the movie you know how she got Tom Brokaw. I know I know I know. We don't want her to be getting mad. Now you know and also You know there have been Statues in Centennial Park and young and Billy Payne who brought the Olympics to Atlanta. And finally there's going to be a a plaque with Richard's name and what did he say. Oh well that's a good thing should set that up or you should. Why should I work really really? Yeah that's it no Richard Jewel. That's the name of the movie. Clint Eastwood directed at but a true story. Can you tell us a little about Richard J. Just absolutely Richard had been a cop for a few years and then resigned or was fired depending on how you look at it. And then he we went to become a guard at at A college nearby and he got leftover the the thing with Richard that I found so tragic about this whole story story is that he was this hyper vigilant person. Ever since he was a kid at nine of the police the police even as a kid eight in church he wanted to help people And even in Turkey would run around and make sure everybody had a program and then later on when he was a cop he carried like one one hundred thirty pound you know battering Ram but he also had beanie babies for the kids who he might find who had been in accidents so he could give him he was is just this generous simple humble kind man who wanted to help everybody and it was that vigilance that Helped him in his job. He was hired to be a security guy for the Olympics. They were calling everybody in and he was at the sound and light tower and and he'd gone off to the restroom and he came back and there was a bench there and he noticed right away there was what they call an Alice. Pack this big military pack the officious very suspicious and so he told the sit idle like that and they say oh. Come on Richard he said no no I have a bad feeling and they so they brought in the bomb guys and he described it that the the guy went underneath and looked at it and then he just froze and he just back very slowly out and he told his buddy to turn turn a cell phone off and they tried to get everybody back as many people back but through a series of mishaps and nine one one calls and not being able to get in touch touch with people Eric Rudolph who actually planted the bomb and was not caught until like six years later Had this phone message You know there's going to be a bomb in Centennial Park in thirty minutes and thanks to Richard got all that is out of the tower. He was running up and down with doing everything everything a hand and suddenly he became this hero in and then for three days three days and his mother was all got that three day. Yeah my mom his his mom he's on TV. He's bets right he's on. TV is the hero of the day if CNN wanted to talk to him and what turned out was there was a leak from the FBI to Cathy scruggs at the Atlanta Journal Constitution and they decided to break the story and overnight they everybody turned against him and said he was the he was the guy he exempts Mama Except Momma. She was there for him she was they were very very close. She had two miscarriages ages and Richard was her only child and Both his real dad and his step step dad banished from their lives for various. The reasons and So he was her child her boy you know and she knows she knows how he can be be overzealous knows the things that he shouldn't be doing. You trust the police so much too much that it cost him by they use. This is what was so cruel colon. I remember when I started out working with Clint. We were all there to meet with him and I said why do you want to do this movie. And he said because I think it's an American tragedy and he said this is a story that people need to see Jon Hamm was down in Atlanta and people said well what are you doing down here. And he said Oh it's about the bombing and Oh yeah that guy. Richard Jewell who was the bomber summer. Because there's some suspicion and for eight days without any evidence People camped out you know media the FBI suspected in even when they brought him in for his first interview they already had a cell for him. Yeah we like him for this. That's what they always say. Yeah because the public. Everybody's demanding to know who did this. There's that desire. Why are to get somebody up there and say he did it well? There were millions and millions of dollars resting on this because of the Olympics and they had to get it sorted say it's nineteen ninety-six on this is happening so we weren't even in the big cellphone period of the everything was just taking off and don't forget we'd had waco the Federal Building we had Ruby Ridge. We had ninety three Truck Bombing World Trade Center so it was the beginning of the new normal ordinarily of this terrorism. And and it's that going. That's that seesaw. From we love you to stay away from us. I think that the real tragedy and I'm sure that this is what bobby default is that the very quality that enabled him to find that bomb his vigilance. They turn that into a liability And they beat him up with it that to me I think is just the tragedy of all. We'll one amazing scene that you have among renting in this is when bobby went on national. TV making a plea to President Clinton at the time yes to see what's happening and do something for some. Yes so let's look a little bit attack okay. My son is innocent. Richard is not the Olympic the big park bomber. He saved people's lives. Please hear me Mr President and help me. My son is a hero. If they do not intend to charge my son. You please tell us. Please tell the world Mr President. Please clear heartbreaking. Breaking it is is really is. I don't know how many times you had to do that. Well actually we got it in the first take. That's so clint into eastwood is fresh and real. Whenever I've been on a set of this it's always let's move on now but you know people say that the do said I J do when you're always think it's going to be quick but it's not that he takes his time and he leaves it open and it so efficient that he doesn't need need to do more than a couple of takes? Is this your first time with Clint Eastwood. Absolutely absolutely what was that like was a nervous wreck I was a nervous wreck. Check it I I and I think we all were because we all wanted to just I mean we all WanNa do our best all the time. But when you're with someone like client or Mike Nichols just you really and I think we also felt a real responsibility to bobby she survived. Of course she's still alive. And and Richard passed away ten years later he was thirty three when this happened and He got some money CNN NBC you know. They sued them and but the Atlanta Journal Constitution never accepted responsibility for it and the real. FBI Guy who's played by. I Jon Hamm went to his grave saying this guy did it. We see that teen in the movie where he says I still think yeah even when somebody else has confessed knowing it. That's the kind of thing. Well it's a movie that is pretty hard basically on the media and on the feds. It's really saying that in a world where we're supposed to trust certain things we've lost it you know that was nineteen ninety. Six things are worse now. Well and I think it's important to realize is that they just got it wrong and they were in such a rush to try and say the Olympics. That had really. This was only the second day I think it'd be Olympics and and So that was really driving it. And I don't WanNa paint it with two broader brush because look more than ever we need the truth from the press more than ever we I need the truth from the FBI. You know the government we depend on those institutions so that was very specific to this case and I hope people people don't feel that we're just trying to malign those institutions. What does Clinton do when after take? He's happy with it. Well this is what I love of about him and and I didn't realize this is that he just lets the camera. Keep going and we just keep going The scene may be done. I mean our lines. May It'd be done. But we just keep improvising and just continuing to live in that situation and he gets a lot of great stuff that he can use and it's also an opportunity for us to have more time together to experience the chargers together especially nowadays when you don't have rehearsal time you're you'd have your as my friend. Jessica Tandy God rest or used to say your kitchen work nowadays. You have to do your kitchen or in your kitchen you know at at home alone so it's great to have that it's been working. Well when he was when Clinton was here last he was saying that he hates movies. Where the director will say? Hey you know because he said I'm really quiet about it. I just go go when you're ready when you're ready. Just do something I also heard about. I don't know if this is is apocryphal. Or not was when he was doing Spaghetti Westerns and they would scream action the worst would at all also in TV. You know it's just also crazy. The and I think that's when he he developed his style he thought you know. Wait a minute. Everybody's just rushing in and getting it wrong and rushing and getting it wrong again and he just wanted to keep it real simple simple. He says when you're ready people going like this and I remember the first time adequate seen merge running downstairs in Iran into the sound guy who are really liked and I was was trying to speak French Dami said and I thought I thought the scene was over. You know and then that's when I realized it's not over till it's over it until he says it's yeah that's got it he also has. Can I just say he has an amazing cameramen Stephen Campanella he's he's been with them for twenty five years like many of the people on the crew. It's like a family and he just knows how to tell that story with the camera and one of my favorite shots and Clint's to win when the FBI are there. And you see Richard putting his blue gloves on and we've been telling him and telling them not to help the police and then it pans over to salmon. I just standing there looking at him. Like he's never gonNA stop. You know you just wants to throttling. But whatever he's doing he's doing great eighty nine now. Yeah he's still sexiest. Hell you go see. And you've turned that he is. He is sexy telling you. Imagine what it'd be like when he's ninety at like good wine. Everything is perfect to do. Well you you've worked with so many people you know Mike Nichols and primary primary colors. He's somebody I missed tremendously. He's not only a great director but he's just one of the smartest most fun people people that ever lived on this earth. Yeah I agree I remember. I was at an awards thing I think it was the EMMYS and and I lost you know and like about half an hour later. I get this text for Mike. Saying you're among one of my favorite actors I've ever worked with and I thought well that's it dude. I know it's like how lovely of him to do that. In that moment it is but he was right well he was well. It was one of the high points of my life to work with him. I and with that
Chris Urmson: Aurora CEO - Autonomous Driving
"Hello and welcome to our first episode of behind. Find The tech in twenty twenty. I'm Christina Warren. Senior cloud advocate at Microsoft. And I'm Kevin Scott all right so Kevin. It is twenty twenty which Shh is both the new year and I guess a new decade although people will get weird technicalities and it's always a great Chance to kind of look back at what's happened over the last ten years and reflect on new opportunities. Yeah I mean I it. Is I think in their industry and for human beings in general really easy to get completely used to new innovations that in our lives. But like when you think back ten years ago the world looked like a very different place than it looks right now so smartphones were just catching on. They were nowhere near as ubiquitous as they are all right now and the things that you could do on them were far far more constrained than they are right. Now I mean for. For God's sake people were renting movies from blockbuster In two thousand ten right very blockbuster was actually still a thing and instagram hadn't even been invented yet. Coley different world you know I do now that we've hit twenty twenty. Do you have any forecasts about what the next year intact might bring her even the next decade. Well well I think one of the themes that we spent a bunch of time chatting about last year on the podcast was artificial intelligence machine learning and I think we are are certainly going to see the trends that that had started in the prior year's continue to accelerate as one of the reason why I'm really interested in chatting with our guest today So autonomous vehicles. For instance. I believe are going to make AK- ton of progress over the next couple of years in particular and I'm really looking forward to seeing some of that stuff. Play out yes I couldn't agree more. It's funny I don't have a driver's license But I've actually been on a few self driving car panels over the years and I I think the technology she behind it is so fascinating. Which is why? I'm really really excited about your conversation with today's guest. Chris Armstrong and Chris is an engineer. Who's known for his work in pioneering self driving car technology? Yeah and you know one of the reasons that I'm especially interested in self driving cars and I'm looking forward to this conversation that we're about to have Chris is that There's so many ways that the world is going to change for the good once we we are able to put this technology into the hands of lots of different companies so One of the things that will hear about Aurora's. They are a company building the self off driving car technology as a platform for other companies to use to build autonomous applications. And so you know one of the things that I'm sorta hopeful for that will come into the world in the not-too-distant future is some technologies. That may help my grandmother. So I'm I'm lucky enough to have a grandma that's still still alive. She's eighty nine years old and lives in a very rural place in Virginia And she can still drive which is awesome but the day is coming where she's not going to be able to To drive her car car in the same way that she is right now and Like then it begs the question of how she has access to all of the things that she needs in order to help her live and independent life. So how does she get her prescription medicines. Like how does she get her groceries and You know just just sort of the staple things that she needs to exist. And one of the things that I think could be really incredibly beneficial with these self driving thing. Technologies is Like the possibility that you'll be able to have autonomous deliveries for people like my grandmother. I think you're absolutely right. I think the potential for the stuff is really fantastic. So let's hear more about some of the potential for this technology from Chris Aronson Guest today is Chris. Samson Christie's the CO founder and CEO Vera accompanied the bill self driving vehicle technology before founding Aurora he was CTO. Google self driving car program prior to that. Chris was a faculty member of the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University where he was the technical director of the Darpa urban and grand challenge teams. I'm really excited to hear what he's up to these days. Hey Chris the the show. Thanks for having me so I love to start by learning how you got interested in technology in the first place as a kid. Were you taking engineering classes or programming classes when you were in high school. So are you discover that in college back. When I was in high school there wasn't really computer science at high school And so I Bought Oughta some kind of Tandy x eighty six clone or whatever Back when I was in probably ninth or tenth grade from money for my paper route A- and you know tried to learn to program at first where you go you know you don't if you recall this but you go to the bookstore and you'd buy You know this paperback for Back Book. That was program whatever it was and it was just the source code listing and this before C. D. Roms even pete which people probably don't even remember that that's right we Before that actually bought a commodore sixty four and of course that was exciting. Because it didn't have tape drive right right or it didn't have a floppy drive floppy yeah and five and a quarter inch. Discs that's what had YEP YEP so anyway so we was doing that and then this language C. Plus plus which seemed to be the hot new thing And so started. Actually the first programs I really learned with C. Plus plus. Wow that's rough. Yeah yeah it was a little crazy. A I mean I guess on some some level like CPS was challenging lodging first language. But the good thing is after you've mastered as downhill it's all downhill And so did. Did you know from all of this experience in high school that you wanted to get a computer science and engineering. Gary you know up in Canada so apply to you you know variety of schools got into into a couple of them And then in my senior here I met a girl Turns out now. She's my wife. And decided I wanted to stay at the University of Manitoba which is right in central Canada and Manitoba and got into the computer engineering? School computer. Seem like you know they had a future.
Michelle Obamas portraitist and 96 Tears
"My father was the first of his family to go to college he was a dentist so I mean all those things matter it's about creating a legacy and they didn't see that happening with art you know my father was a dentist my great uncle was Titian and my aunt's found a way to get their master's degrees at Nyu back at that time they have programs for that kind of stuff but So education was important there was there was a Bishen yeah it was a way out yeah how did you make your way to art and decide I want to do this. I'd say it just chose me I don't you know I had a great art teacher who really encouraged me even from high school to create images that were my own ideal and it's just I don't know what I felt comfortable doing I didn't have to interact with people I was super self conscious and you know I didn't do a lot that was interested in because I didn't want to be in ruins the people that I didn't know it was just like over the top self conscious so it was easy for me to do it and it's what I excelled at and the There's no conversation about visual learning them but I was a visual learner so it's just you know what my proclivity was to do this stuff or to be jeff that's what I was cooking and you were like the last pre internet generation as well I got my email address when I was twenty which which might be why you have the time inclination to do this yeah I mean I say that when when people ask me why do I do I think it's because of when I was born because I didn't I had a Tandy two thousand we had to pretty much coded ourselves like make the Games work and for me making art was I figure I really didn't know who Jackson pollock was Andy were haller you know these other craters and thinkers that were bending the rules so I this is what I thinking I was supposed to do and so that's what I did to be good and be really be good be realistic yeah did you ever have a a non representational phase I kind of did when I studied with grace hard again in in graduate school the paintings got a little looser little drip easier but ultimately never lost the figure and it just wasn't something that I knew I could expound on on for the rest of my life and so I knew I was still looking for what it was that I was going to make you seem like you need an armature or I'm going to do within this thing you need some kind of almost conceptual aesthetic structure maybe me you to make work yeah I mean like you're not doing changing crazily from abstraction to this to whatever well the thing is you know I mean if you know you're doing this kind of know what you're doing once you become known or something then that's kind of what you do like I could change it but I think at this point in my career that would be a mistake career wise then you can expound on that and and you know like I went from individual to these multi figure and I'll keep challenging myself to do different things but they will all tie into you know what I this body of work in a practical view yeah well you know I had friends who particular one friend who made really great work became really well known and didn't want to make that work anymore any stops making the work and he doesn't he didn't have a gallery after a while he ended up not being an artist one time he still trying to make his way back in do you ever like God I'm going to do a still life or landscape to the I'll just keep it secret no I had no interest I love painting this painting the figures Silvio bombs yeah are they the only a commission you've done yes you want to do any others really I mean if I could choose to people to do I would do Serena Williams Do Meghan Markle I could happen yeah maybe when it was unveiled Obama told this story of meaning you at the interview in the Oval Office now I've been in the Oval Office wants with no president in it just empty and it's pretty amazing justice the thing is you a it's a big job interview the biggest job interview and it's the Oval Office and there's the president and the first eighty what was in your heart and feeling ahead I was I was nervous the first thing that happened and I don't know whether anybody else notices when they walk in but the rest of the White House has like this really kind of strange fluorescent green light and then when you walk to the Oval Office it's like lit for television and that almost triggered my brain to think that it wasn't happening when it really was happening here for about five seconds hours like stuck in this moment of like am I aaa meeting or is yeah or or is Barack walking towards me and so I sent out of it and yeah shook his hand I was nervous life so if she had been you know Michelle Robinson Chicago Hospital executive would you why would the image be precisely what we see in the National Gallery that's interesting Probably Yeah because what I presented to the world I think is the real well her and not the the image of you know the millions of photographs that we have on with her on the Internet means private and that's the kind of feel that I wanted to to something personal in private and not a glamour shot or anything like that it's a painting and it's it's a sobering moment in history and making it exactly but at the end of it when I look back at it like those are the things that I that I think we're kind of circulating in my head in ten years it will just be one big thing did you look forward to that time when it's not all about that all about the Michelle Obama's portraitist yeah it's funny I went from the artist who survived a heart transplant to become a famous painter to the artist painted Michelle Obama and I'm pretty sure sure I could climb out ever and I still be that because she is still who she is and she has such a great influence you know worldwide and you know and I guess I'm okay with that I mean sure it has been a great pleasure meeting you nice to meet you meet you thanks thank you
'Green Book' suffers from Hollywood's Common 'Magical Negro' Problem
"I know we talked about green book Schorr did. But the Oscars are this Sunday. And this will be might win best picture Lord. No Roma please let Roma win. I think we have to talk about it. Because there's one scene that I cannot get out of my mind. Okay. Which one so it's the scene were Tony Villalonga. Who is the Italian American guy from the Bronx who's been hired to drive. Don, Shirley, this black musician, two gigs. Okay. So it's a scene where Tony saves dawn from a bunch of unruly racist at a bar. I mean, I can imagine. What bothered you about that? But why bother you? This scene is meant to teach the audience that the guys that are beating up Don are the real racists. And Tony is kind of like a milk toast racist. He's not that bad of a racist. He's only ever called Don a couple of names behind his back and kind to face and the whole movie up into this point has given you the impression that Tony doesn't like black people. But the moment the movie takes you into the scene in the bar. You understand actually these are the real racist because they're capable of physical violence against someone just because they're black and Tony he's not really a bad guy after all a little bit of needing. He needs a little bit of coaxing. But you know, what he's actually on the right side of things, and you can bring him back over to the right side to the good side of history. And it's inferior eating it's infuriating Wesley. The idea that racism is only bad if it escalates into physical violence, and that's the tiny little microaggressions things that dehumanize. Is and demoralize and stereotype aren't actually really bad types of racism after all, so maybe they get a pass. Right. It feels like a very sanitize seen about racial mix that's designed specifically to make audiences fill better about themselves, and is amazing that you're bringing this up on the weekend of the Academy Awards. Yes. These same Academy Awards in which green book is nominated for five Oscars and is likely to win two or three including picture. Yeah. And you know, it's in company with movies like star is born in the favorite and vice about Dick Cheney, and of course, black klansman and Black Panther, right? Boy, if green book does win it'll be a really good company with the best picture winners of the last thirty years specifically when it comes to films about race, right? I just think America is obsessed with this sort of racial healing fantasy where there is a work that like being near. A black person can do to rehabilitate prejudice people and all that rubbing up against yelling at friction tension touching. Hugging. Driving will bring him to the light. Right. It's its own trope. Yeah. Right. What other films in the past have done this? What are you thinking about? I don't know. I mean, if we're just staying in the in the thirty year window, something like Forrest Gump. Ninety four win best picture ninety five the story of the very simple man name. Forrest Gump mom, always said life was lack of box chocolates sits on a bench and start just talking to anybody who sits down next to him about his his life. Never know what you're going to get. He winds up befriending. This other guy named Bubba Goodall. Bubba good day. You can catch pounds. Shrimp. Shrimp is the fruit of deceit. You can vote ball broad bike it so both have the same IQ. But the point is that force is the person on the journey and a person like Bubba is another step along the way. So one of which puts them on campus when George Wallace's denouncing the integration of university of Alabama. Right. And part of that sequence when Vivian Malone was one of the new black students drops her notebook on the way inside the school, the visual effects, people make it. So that forced picks up the notebook enhance it to Vivian. And it's just weird to me. Like, you realize like that like the movies about forest, not Vivian who? I would say has a much more interesting American story to tell. I country is all about and it isn't the forest gets made a better person because of black people. But it is the forest gets to look scans or not even see a lot of the problems in this country, all of which are shoulder by Jenny who played by Robin rate who is near some Black Panthers who do nothing when she's beaten up by her white piece boyfriend, the racial politics. This movie are crazy anyway, all the politics in this movie to be fair are crazy, but they all sort of benefit for his Gump the fantasy here, of course, if you're good enough and simple enough, America's racial problems can be hailed give this movie a best picture Oscar. Okay. I mean, what else crash best picture winner a two thousand six Lord. A movie. So frightening. The Geno worth refuses to watch it facts facts, only, basically, it's one of these race and racism are driving. Everybody in Los Angeles out of their minds, the Persians the Mexicans the white people the black people, but the thing that really takes me out. His you have all of these different people of different races all being nasty to each other because of race, but guess who the redeemed characters are in this movie. Oh my God. I don't even want to know, Sandra. Bullock, of course, like the second biggest racist in the movie, she gets carjacked, by ludicrous and Lorenzo Tate. Maybe I'm Alexis really tough. My think it'd be best. If you just went upstairs random, wait for them to break in. I just had a gun pointed in my favorite lower. Your voice was my fault. Because I knew it was going to happen. But the white person's he's two black men walking towards her. And she turns and walks in the other direction. She's a racist. Right. Well, I. Got scared, and I didn't say anything attend seconds later. I had a gun in my face. Now. I am telling you you're a Migo in. There is going to sell are key to one of his homes and miss time. It'd be really fucking great. If you acted like you actually gave us shit. And then what happens? She falls down the steps on a lot of pain killers or something. And decides at her Mexican-made Maria is her new best friend. I assume area wants to go home. But you know, we don't know 'cause movies out about Maria. It's about Sandra Bullock, but the real star that movie is Matt Dillon racists cop. Matt Dillon feels up Tandy Newton at a traffic doesn't like black people, but certainly put his hands all over a black woman. So she gets into a horrible car crash cars on fire cast who comes in to save the day. Hear me permissible be your. To get an extinguisher. Good that fire. Best supporting actor nomination for that gentleman. Okay. I'll get you out not Dylan approves he's not a racist because he's capable of saving some black person's life. Even after he's violated it and then driving miss daisy. Of this sort of problem. And it wins. Best picture nineteen ninety came out in eighty nine huge hit. Yeah. Better movie than you think. Actually, because I think it understands the thing that you and I are talking about right? There is something inherently impossible about black people and white people being friends at least, according to the way, the country is set up to like have both those friends be equal in the friendship. So it is a story of this old Jewish woman. Daisy were them. Sorry. This old named daisy were than related I hope. hope Not. not. Our son bully hires Hoke Morgan Freeman to drive her. And home nowhere else.
"tandy" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Hey, sports fans Tandy west that I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history. Let's start back in nineteen zero two. It's the first Rose Bowl football game in Pasadena, California university of Michigan defeat Stanford forty nine to zero this week in one thousand nine fourteen Colonel Jacob Rupert and captain Houston purchased the New York Yankees for four hundred and sixty thousand dollars today. Forbes estimates the clubs value at four billion dollars this week in one thousand nine sixty to the American basketball league or AB L announced the suspension of operation the played one full season nineteen sixty one through nineteen sixty two. The was the first basketball league to have a three point shot this week in nineteen sixty seven the NFL championship game between the Packers and Cowboys was nicknamed the ice bowl. The temperature at Lambeau Field in Green Bay was about. Negative fifteen degrees in an estimated wind chill of negative thirty five. The Packers beat the Cowboys twenty one to seventeen this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight Mario Lemieux of the Pittsburgh Penguins. Scores a goal in each of the five different ways possible in one game even strength power play shorthanded penalty shot an empty net goal and this week in one thousand nine hundred nine another nickname NFL game took place. The font bowl a dense fog rolled into Soldier Field. In chicago. The fog was so thick that both teams for foresees the running game. Because receivers couldn't see the pass is being thrown to them, TV and radio announcers and the fans in the stadium. Had trouble seeing what was happening on the field. The bears beat the eagles twenty to twelve. That's your iheartradio weekend. Sports time capsule. Now back to the mess of.
Kylie Jenner Surprised Kris Jenner with a $250,000 Red Ferrari for Her Birthday
"Presents other surfaces seem super super generous. But I did some research, according to some websites. The median net worth of American under thirty five is about seven thousand dollars and kylie's net worth is said to be about nine hundred million dollars just shy of a billion. So this would be the equivalent of the average young American adult gifting their mom present worth a dollar ninety four cents. So layman's terms, Kylie, got her mama slurpee. I wanna thank Debra. Hey, everybody Tandy of the show is patriots season. Two premieres November ninth on Amazon prime video. The
"tandy" Discussed on TechStuff
"Limited the company recruited a new marketing division from tandy corporation tandy had started out as a leather goods company in fort worth texas way back in nineteen thirteen but then through a series of acquisitions and diversified holdings the company would eventually enter into the world of electronics it's not the only leather company to have done this which is the interesting thing but sandy produced the t r s eighty personal computer some people would call it the trash eighty computer and debuted in nineteen seventy seven and so tandy was one of the early computer companies out there that was competing in the birth of the home computer market tandy apple the commodore those were like the big computers that were competing in the early days tandy was also the company that owned the radio shack chain of stores and eventually the company would rename itself the radio shack corporation but let's go back to those marketing executives from tandy who came on over to bc's limited they came over and they immediately began to lay the groundwork to get dell computers into more businesses into more corporations the marketing executives began to hire a large corporate salesforce and they began to establish resellers or retail establishment relationships so their efforts increased the profit margin for pc's limited but michael i didn't like what he was seeing michael dell felt the department was trying to turn his company into the next ibm and dell felt that the marketing department did not understand his strategy of direct sales and marketing so michael also didn't care for the large advertising budget the team was requesting or how many sales people they wanted to bring on and so they clashed many times and by early nineteen eightyeight most of those tandy executives had already either left the company of their own free well or had been fired so it didn't last very long the last computer marketed under the p c's limited name was a three eighty six ibm clone clocked at sixteen megahertz with a megabyte of ram and a one point two megabyte floppy drive plus a forty megabyte hard drive and.
"tandy" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"As an actor how's that interesting for me when i told somebody i'm i'm in this new show westworld i play a robot like robot mustn't be interesting you know but now that everyone's seen the show l a bro bot you're a sinti int being that's that's been created to mimic or actually have human like characteristics you have the same trepidation that people had when you talk to them when you first i'm gonna play a robot did you feel then not when i when i first read the script i sat and had a long skype conversation with with jona nolan and he basically told me the premise and he said look you can go back and watch the nineteen seventythree yul brenner movie but what we're doing is taking the concept of that and expanding on it and making it into a full full blown tv show what we're doing is it's not so much drastic park where the the the attractions start about function and eating the guests it's you know what happens if we follow the story of these this theme park where it's inhabited by by that are indistinguishable from human beings and what happens when they start to grow and start to realize what they are and start to feel and basically become human to some degree and that just was i just felt like that was really interesting to me and the idea that down the line you could play maybe more than just teddy play different characters you know i'm i'm not that's not a spoiler i'm not sure just sending the hands off the trail but it just end the keller of people working on can't be hopkins harrison tandy and they were all they were all on board so it was a no brainer for me i i wanna play clip right now preface it by saying it's a bit of a spoiler for anyone that has been watching season two so take a listen to this.
"tandy" Discussed on Channel 33
"Greater than the role that she was given you're one of the foremost chroniclers of tandy's work but may been bitten way that was really effective we didn't expect her to to pass on when she did know but everybody was sort of dispensable in the sense that this was this was a lot of ways as many people have land out it's a heist movie and everybody is everybody is secondary to the plot yeah i think that there's also something about this was also true rogue one where kind of if every character with the exception of one primary character and that will be i think it star theater in this movie it's on solo if they all come at die it's okay this is the past we're not in the future anymore we're not to worry about what's coming next because we know that this is all ready over and gives you some liberty to kind of you know dispense with certain characters whenever you want to and i think that there's something fun and free wheeling about that but there's also something that makes it just feel completely stakes free and i found myself struggling with it at times it was like when when when val any means character died i was like well shit i was just kind of getting invested in this person and then you interrogate it for one more second like well it doesn't matter we were never going to see her never yeah and and the the makers of this film at least you know in whatever combination you want place yeah which ones are aware of this right because they played with that they played with those expectations when they had han giving cure of the dice you know the golden dice at the beginning your reaction was like well now we know she's not going to die and it was you know like yeah okay whatever like we know that we'll see her again at the same time you knew you were going to see her again why would you would you introduce a million clark in see she's wearing yeah but but they played with that because they you know they had that exchange and then they and then but that wasn't the for that wasn't the last time they were exchanged right i mean it kind of kept coming back and that and wet and the fact that he gave her that plot armor in in.
"tandy" Discussed on TechStuff
"Had some words for tandy they had formed some new rules about computers and the old design that tandy had with the model one violated those rules specifically the model one generated radio frequency emissions in excess of fcc guidelines meaning if you had a model one and it happened to be near a radio or tv set it could actually cause all sorts of interference tandy would make several other computers including the model to the model three the model sixteen and the model one hundred later it would introduce the model four now the reason the numbers jump around is that the model sixteen in the mall one hundred were departures from the design of the earlier t r s eighty computers but it does show that the conceit of creating a numbering or naming system for your computers and then abandoning it dates all the way back to the earliest days of personal computers so while i often will joke about windows eight jumping straight to windows ten and skipping windows nine and all these other sort of iphone eight going to i phone ten these kind of ideas turns out this is not a new thing it's been around since the earliest days of personal computers eventually dandy would produce an ibm compatible computer called the tandy one thousand more on that in our ibm clone episode that will be coming up not too long from now tandy would produce more computers in that ibm compatible line and sell them through radio shack stores but eventually the company sold off its computer division to another entity ast computers in the nineteen nineties and that was that for tandy now i've got a lot more to say about some of those early computers from various companies but before i jump into it let's take a quick break to thank our sponsor.
"tandy" Discussed on TechStuff
"The kit was pretty much a motherboard and you had to go out and purchase power supply and keyboard not to mention you had to build or or find a case for the thing you just had sort of the guts of the apple one otherwise it didn't take the world by storm but its successor the apple two definitely did and then when we were off to the races for home computers and the next episode i will definitely talk more about the apple two and it's a fact on personal computers and the marketplace that same year at the alturk convention engineers demonstrated the very first video display module this was a memory mapped alpha numeric video display for personal computers this component is what made it possible to create interactive games and other types of software for home computers shortly after the debut of the apple two came the t r s eighty trs stood for tandy radio shack the tandy corr operation started off as a leather goods company in fact there still is a tandy leather company but the tandy corporation expanded well beyond leather goods diversifying as it grew and one of the companies it purchased in nineteen sixty three was radio shack these days the company that was the tandy corporation is now the radio shack corporation this by the way was not completely unheard of there was another company that started off doing something that it is now is no longer known for so that would be nintendo that started off as a playing card company and of course now is known as a video game console and title company anyway the tandy corporation introduced the trs eighty in nineteen seventy seven the keyboard house the actual computer and this would become a form factor common among those early computers where rather than having a separate keyboard and like a cpu tower the way desktops today.
"tandy" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"To bring him sleeping battered tandy would always decline he would however always delight in people bringing over cat food and treats for the cash well unfortunately he passed away in january and left his cats behind to fend for themselves it was devastating for everyone who knew him said a friend of garcia's who lives in the fall river district so this person named cynthia duet key mary and a few other neighborhood women clean his alley and they weren't going to abandon the cats the cats were his family it's all he had he was a very devoted cat owner they meant the world see him so she had three other neighborhood women have worked together to get the cat spate of neutered they made a schedule were each of the women would take turn stopping by the alley to give cats food and water one of the women made a series of cat on does that stats phrase we have cozy places asleep at night they've also work with local rescued have garcia's cats designated as a carlotti him in which is specific group of felines it's protected from animal control workers who may try to capture the cats and turn them over to shelter where they could be euthanized well they're all going to be saved there's also a crowdfunding campaign to raise money for the cat gollety will get this up fred answercom so far they've raised over ten thousand dollars in landing insinuating defeating care for guards god's until they're no longer able that is dying with the things we love most his cats this isn't a washington post we should all be so lucky to be around the people the animals that we love uh i wish i had known about this story bob but you can donate right now fred anti dot com we'll get that ups you can see be gofundme page friday throwback dance party in the word of the day traffic this traffic report brought to you by dell inbound kennedy heading cans.
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"Josh dots and could be taken the next step in his second season jameson crowder i think he'll be playing well with alec smith ryan grant i think he'll play well now expensive these players are more built for alec smith's abilities i think that makes any sense whatsoever kirk cousins is a better quarterback an auto is kirk has the better quarterback than alec smith uh i don't know i think washington pie thinks that they have the better quarterback now now it's myth did have an incredible career with kansas city this past season i probably the best year of his career a shame that the earlier got balanced the wild card round the tandy reads fault but that's a whole different story that we've talked about before both see kirk cousins i mean kirk cousins these just the the move the needle former all right and he i i don't know kirk kirca's the weirdest quarterback to talk about he's like could but he's not that good if it makes any sense like i don't know it makes like it's is weird to me lake kirk cousins is going to beginning at least thirty million dollars guaranteed at least can you believe that think about it goes rise unless you're driving think car cousins what you've seen not picture thirty million dollars a year for him doesn't seem right all right the just doesn't i don't get it it may be has to do with the fact that the cornerback position is so bad now all right you got your tom brady's your bend roth's burgers you drew breezes or those guys are all going to be retiring soon philip rivers eli manning they're all gonna be gone within the next three years after that what are you got air rogers y'all topped your quarterback hall of fame type quarterback they're andrew let you don't know what's going on with the shoulder their matt ryan secondtier quarterback.
"tandy" Discussed on No Agenda
"No i've had camera crews here are down when i did it a little spots for this and then not though not them were you into the studio that salud that doesn't happen some went on august resides on the street he was on the street i live show it never happened the course not uh but as though you is a different kind of person that gets on the live show is because they know you get a bill that big tandy know the you know the ropes but if it's a filmed a bit that you're taking a shot of their constantly making your chest wave answer the question asked continuously so this kid who mayor vein went the main one is that can you kinda kinda asked the question to yourself there could be used or any early ran out out of context yes let's give an example so i'm gary you're interviewing me yeah aso adam i understand you're at the shooting i was at the shooting now you can you make it look to you say born just a simple yes or no answer said you at a little more to it cog that adam each or your adam seat the starter adam so you're at the shooting i was at the shooting and and then i would continue with my answer to is that kind of stuff like that very very common so what is what we're seeing here is very bothersome to me we're seeing that the grownups are so embroiled in bull crap face bag anger with each other they decided all here's a good idea let's take the kids to do it every one a listen to them you chicken shit cowards is really disturbing now so the kid has a format and they abused him everywhere i have accomplished lodge of this hated kid his kid well there's also of a thing that floats or a desolate around twitter which was a he was an a classmates dot guy i think this may have been a complete hoax but it was it was funny to his a classmates died comp thing that he graduated already late last year with california sharrab this kid is he.
"tandy" Discussed on The Canon
"I can see that but it does that doesn't carry four like i i can recognize that her performance is in many ways sublime it's really terrific and yet it doesn't it doesn't help it doesn't it's not that the the wrote the polls me through this movie that's so interesting evie or who wizard nato in 1989 because this sounds a weird and every time i really think about this i feel like the strangest can't i talked about this on i have sort of dope ways we didn't episode about the film uh batteries not included that when i was a kid if you ask me who the top five female movie stars in a world where i probably would have said jessica tandy because when i was a kid she did cocoon cocoon to batteries not included and then this and i thought she was the biggest superstar shoes and every kid movie that i was like allowed to see i guess i didn't see gundes and stuff my parents took me to like the whole greater cereal of kids movie his have so i thought she was the biggest star in the world and i i loved her i did not have their consumption of her and that i think is has nothing to do with her and has everything to do with me in that i think my view was at the time was very narrow and so i when i first saw this move years ago i went into with very little conception of jessica tandy um so not preloaded which is another i'm not trying to suggest that year that you've got a bias that but maybe maybe i'm in admitting i had a diet yelling where when she shows up on skiing at can't dislike as much as i probably could if i were you maybe know i hadn't seen this movie in a long time until and i watched it again yesterday and it was really it's very tough going for me i could i just i i just find her she i there are a lot of people that i've there are so many characters more than i could easily list that i think are terrible people that i think are fatally flawed and yet i find them interesting i am compelled to learn more about them in it if not um if not sympathy.
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"tandy" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast
"His slept with a woman and then just left him with like i hate ye suck and then he's just sitting there while camp fires are burning around him abandoned fires in a public park and he's just like others led this burn i don't care is a bad do and i don't like what not only that but he reacts to the police showing up to this as though he has not had a runin with the cops up to this point as though that comp showing up was okay the wave of the hippies reality for him is the way the hippies react is like a ghost hunter may ar go some way or wheel barone um and he was like what's going on and it's like it's the pugliese you know what this you know we know it's going to happen they're going to come and ask you were been markers are you say up my book fair you'll look at ryan runoff that's how were the still dan they're like i find me at the bridge in the cubs ak go to the bridge bb decides that she wants to leave and tandy the female singer helps her escape because sex with alfi has changed her and made her good person again and out bb is like come with me and she goes no it's too late for may and they sing a duet about how their heart is changed in bb is finally found her retires i i do want to acknowledge that moment the in all of this movie be valise explained moment of the entire movie wear tandy is in the elevator or with her and said.
"tandy" Discussed on KGO 810
"The country it is considered one of the worst outbreaks of the virus in decades corresponded elizabeth cohen as a report on healthy people suddenly dying from the flu i work proof in morning after the sudden death of one of their own tandy hardman tandy this is where she worked for less four years ago organiser her deaths shows just how much we still don't know about the flu and how much it's hurting us this year the worst flu season in years tents set up for extra patience schools closed across the country tandy was young just thirty six and healthy she posted on facebook dang caught the flu you know that darn flew candies boyfriend says when her chest started hurting she went to the emergency room where she was diagnosed with the flu and sent home she got worse and went back just hours later do you remember the last thing the tandy said zia skard well i watch donna obscured between all the brass she got that out tandy died leaving her family mystified why didn't doctors keeper in the hospital the first time she's not the only one old emily mutes died in north carolina hours after a paramedic said she could stay home who's to blame do you blame god de blame the world you blame the doctors flu is sneaky it is devilish dr william shatner says when it comes to the flu there is no crystal ball we have thousands upon thousands of patients who come in are evaluated or sent home and two wonderfully well and trying to pick out who among them is going to take a turn for the worse is something that we can't do it's it's a gap in our knowledge but could medicine be doing more we need better diagnostic tests so we can predict who's going.
"tandy" Discussed on WEEI
"Robbie harrison here week tandy's former patriots linebacker rob annink of h e the ambiance nbc sports radio in about seventeen minutes we'll get the twitter questions that you've been sending to rodney robs going to step in an answer those questions for roddy by the way rob route rodney loves it like it's the interaction with the fans the listeners that he loves and twitter they come adam hart sometimes air good question sometimes you can't read them on the air up to them so we have some good ones let's get to some of the big game sheer week number ten of the nfl season are you ready to break down some of these big ones rob yeah sure of course how about this one who would think at new airfield and buffalo the buffalo bills by the way who i don't believe thought they'd be any good and maybe it's all smoke and mirrors but the five we need a low bills are facing the new orleans saints a team that has played really solid football they have won six in a row there six and to do this seems continued their winning ways in bothell on the cold weather i don't think they do i think that that that's a tough stadium the plane and uh you know obviously be in a dome team um they'd really do well in the dome because they have that homefield advantage they have the crowd noise um you go up to buffalo you know it's a different out animal they get the bills mafia going you're coming in on the bus and their throw unstuffy at everybody you know eggs they're they're they're they're nuts up there so um you know i think that you know obviously drew brees he's playing lights out this year now he's got like thirteen touchdowns you know he's he's playing unbelievable they do have a good running game with mark ingram um you know he's he's.
"tandy" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now
"And um it's sort of engrained itself it now into this character and he he doesn't really really understand it you know do blaming uh the north for the discomfort of his life so my thought was the best way to illustrate this character was the rebel flag um as thought was called rebels right so i used that onstage during that saw uh and uh really i have always regretted it uh i i regretted it pretty quickly because i noticed uh the next to her we did uh which was a few years later on i noticed people in the audience with like wearing confederate bad data of things like that you know an one night some one through one of the stage and uh i stopped everything and and gave a speech about it and said look this news this was just to illustrate a character this is not what we are and after having you know thought this through i would prefer that no one ever bring a confederate flocked to the show because this now must tom petty apologizing and explaining uh his use of the confederate flag back in 1985 tandy and who was interview that kind of went everywhere because it's really says something about tom he went on to express sympathy for black lives matter to express sympathy four states taking the flag down he was very clear in that enter via yeah and about our prison system man now adjusted as he was he was very vocal about that too.
"tandy" Discussed on That Awful Sound
"I believe choice likes spiked contoured makeup every inch of them every inch of their their sexy as well here let me get to the point and sexual magnetism it's the surging out of every poor lauda jay gordon is essentially doing boost steal the entire time that's physically impossible for normal human beings he's doing a betty boop bluesteel like he looked so much like betty boop to me oh yeah before we get to that part like i want to say is she tandy newton that's what everybody again in the youtube comments leading lookie saying i feel very vindicated because i didn't even look at the you do comments and you and i and i searched tandy newton dreams a digital and who was a photo came at one result which was yahu answers and it was hayes tanzi newton and dreams a digital and the answer was that does kind of look like her yeah so that's that's all they put up on i am db now that's all we got just as much of a verification i i did see one other comment from somebody which i did not try to verify that said that it was jay gordon sister hotai which would be tightly which i really hope that it is because to me now that x perfect sense with like the way that i envision how is life is pat out no i mean she's got just got prominent cheekbone su who just like j gordon you know what i was going to say though is year two thousand when his video came out what's tandy newt doing while she's costarring a'mission impossible to so.
"tandy" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Up with one okay all right okay you'll evac and are good grace i can get there now that the phone download the right back it's my talk when i seventy right loriann julia tandy noonan who is in westworld she's naked in west were all along came over and she has very large nipples pull area less remember when i i saw my friends like when we were in six rate as some have party on boom was behind league west ron yes court line stain i mean i really did you actually say port wine stay as absurd that would mean it would be slightly bhutto's like garbage dumps four afghan laurie and julia with producer donny love on my talked one seven one everything entertainment this is berry berry is a meteorologist well it looks like today will be sunny and beautiful very has made a few errors than his day looked at huge baazar he predicted but never actually handled amman storms smith to the south pole that overnight rain started just in time for your morning commute here on wednesday nine thousand kim's also me to errors with his finances very his rooftop some hefty credit card debt poets like there's some high interest rates in the forecast berry.