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Booker scores 28, Suns rout Mavericks 110-80 for 3-2 lead
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Notre Dame beats Rutgers in double-OT to cap First Four
"Notre Dame won a double overtime thriller over Rutgers eighty nine eighty seven while Wright state have the right stuff to be Bryant ninety three eighty two and the second day of first for NC double a tournament games in Dayton all I can send you and you have a late with one point four seconds remaining in the second O. T. and moments into Saint Patrick's day to enable the hours to survive and advance Atkinson led Notre Dame with twenty six points in the first game Wright state's Tanner Holden outscored the nation's leading scorer Peter kids thirty seven twenty eight to lead the raiders to their first ever NC double a tourney win I'm Tom Mariam
"tanner" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Professionally, I think success. Honestly, I think success is very much tied to kind of like enjoying what you do. And if you would have told me in 2000 5, which is when I graduated college, that I would be traveling America and the world to cover soccer for ESPN, I would say I would be having a really good time and that would be about as the Pinnacle of what I could have expected to do. So I can't really ask for much more success, but you know when you do anything for a living and I'm sure you guys know this more even urgently as professional athletes, you always then like you want to be the best, whether that's like, I want to be the best midfielder at benedictia or I want to be the best midfielder in Syria or I want to be the best on my team, like once you get into the space, then you want to be the best at what you do and by that metric I would tell you, no, I'm nowhere near successful. But that's kind of what keeps you, I think, keeps all of us taking on. So I think you define success first by are you doing something that you enjoy and then by are you number one in that space? Right. Yeah, exactly. I think if you wanted to find success, you have to first figure out what motivates you, right? Whether that's money, then it's okay, what have I accrued? If that's not it, then for me, for example, it's family. It's how my friends and family view me. It's how I can change their life through what I do. You know, the perception I give every single day, like my wife sees me work extremely hard at what I do she says, you're really passionate. That makes me feel like I've had a successful day. Even though I'm not as rich as I like to be or haven't given her exactly where I want to. It's good to know that what I do affects those around me in a positive manner. To me, that's success because it's very easy to go by numbers. It's very easy to go by the trophies, but trust me, that will one day come to an end. And the people that are still going to be there are your Friends and family. Look at that. Why is words from where do these Gomes? That's the first year. Johan Tanner, guys, thanks so much for the time. And really appreciate it. I know I'll be listening to chum Chad because you guys really do drop some very interesting nuggets in there when it's just the two of you. So and I know you guys get some great guests as well. So we'll look forward to more episodes of the podcast and maybe we'll have you guys back on for another crossover edition of football America sometimes soon. Thank you for having us on. I appreciate you boy.
Suns get 6th straight victory, beating Clippers 103-96
"Devin Booker led the way with twenty six points Chris Paul seventeen points and fourteen assists as the Suns defeated the clippers won all three ninety six Michelle bridges had nineteen points and nine rebounds hit some big shots in the fourth quarter after they blew a thirteen point third quarter lead Phoenix has won six straight and seventeen of their last eighteen games they moved to an NBA best record of forty seven and ten Marcus Morris led LA with twenty three George Tanner Felix
Booker, Paul lead Suns past depleted Jazz, 115-109
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Bob Saget, beloved TV dad of 'Full House,' dead at 65
"A a comedian comedian who who was was famous famous for for two two popular popular TV TV shows shows has has died died Bob Bob Sagot Sagot is is dead dead the the actor actor and and comedian comedian was was found found dead dead yesterday yesterday in in a a hotel hotel room room in in Orlando Orlando Florida Florida where where he he was was doing doing a a stand stand up up comedy comedy tour tour authorities authorities say say they they got got a a call call about about an an unresponsive unresponsive person person in in a a guest guest room room and and when when they they arrived arrived they they found found sat sat get get dead dead there there is is no no evidence evidence of of foul foul play play or or drug drug use use but but a a coroner's coroner's report report will will have have to to determine determine the the cause cause Sagot Sagot played played the the beloved beloved single single dad dad Danny Danny Tanner Tanner on on the the sitcom sitcom full full house house he he also also hosted hosted a a show show where where he he set set up up a a series series of of wacky wacky clips clips as as host host of of America's America's funniest funniest home home videos videos fellow fellow comedians comedians a a morning morning Sagot Sagot for for both both his his comedy comedy and and his his personality personality saying saying that that he he was was both both witty witty and and kind kind I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel
No. 9 Oklahoma State beats No. 5 Notre Dame 37-35 in Fiesta
"Oklahoma Oklahoma state state bounce bounce back back from from a a twenty twenty one one point point first first half half deficit deficit to to score score thirty thirty unanswered unanswered points points in in defeat defeat Notre Notre Dame Dame thirty thirty seven seven thirty thirty five five in in the the Fiesta Fiesta Bowl Bowl quarterback quarterback Spencer Spencer Sanders Sanders threw threw for for three three hundred hundred seventy seventy one one yards yards and and four four touchdowns touchdowns three three detain detain Martin Martin he he also also rushed rushed for for one one hundred hundred thirty thirty six six yards yards to to pick pick up up MVP MVP honors honors the the cowboys cowboys are are twelve twelve and and two two quarterback quarterback Jack Jack Coan Coan threw threw for for a a Fiesta Fiesta Bowl Bowl record record five five hundred hundred nine nine yards yards and and five five touchdowns touchdowns but but the the Irish Irish manages manages fifty fifty seven seven yards yards on on the the ground ground and and fall fall to to eleven eleven to to George George Tanner Tanner Glendale Glendale
No 12 Oklahoma State rallies late to beat No. 25 Texas 32-24
"Twelve ranked Oklahoma state remains unbeaten after scoring the last nineteen points in a thirty two twenty four victory over number twenty five Texas Tanner brown's fourth field goal of the game gave the cowboys their first lead Spencer Sanders gave Oklahoma state briefing room by scrambling for a ten yard TD with two eighteen remaining Jaylen Warren finished with one hundred ninety four yards rushing on thirty three carries Jason Taylor the second eighty five yard interception returned for a touchdown in the second quarter kept the six in Ocala boys in the game Texas led seventeen three and twenty four thirteen before falling to four and three I'm Dave Ferrie
FOIA Requests Should Flood AG Garland Regarding Conflict of Interest With Panorama
"Federal freedom of information actually quest to be flooding into the United States Department of Justice demanding all kinds of texts emails records of any kind any communications of any kind between the attorney general of the United States And representatives of or the company panorama Legal insurrection website Mary Chastain attorney general Garland is weaponized the FBI and other Department of Justice departments Against parents protesting against critical race theory in the schools Garland mentioned threats harassment and intimidation but did not cite any real examples Flux like Garland is a conflict of interest His daughter Rebecca married xa N X and Tanner cofounder panorama In 2018 The group parents defending education PDE found out panorama has multi-million dollar contracts with school districts PDE that's the group Parents defending education previously flagged a $1.8 million contract for panorama to conduct social and emotional learning SEL monitoring and fairfax county public schools in Virginia This is the biggest county in the state Resulting in data on students Early in September that number was bumped up to more than $2 million as part of a contract edition What panorama Panoramas contract was part of a broader $78.8 million investment Of coronavirus relief that the fairfax county public schools directed towards a welcoming and culturally responsive environment for students Its website explains that the funding is intended to support equity professional development for school teams social emotional staff to work directly with departments and school based teams
Exposing the Swampy Motivation Behind Merrick Garland's School Board Strike Force
"Is merrick garland conflicted. There's a conflict of interest here. Clearly as his daughter is now married into the family and as part of the family of the company that parents are speaking out against and merrick. Garland says oh. Don't worry i'll throw the feds at them. We're just going to send the fbi and intimidate and chill future speech since two thousand september. Two thousand twenty one. But just last month. Panorama educations anton. Tanner raised sixty million dollars to expand operations. His father in law merrick garland then tells the fbi to investigate any potential parental interference or disruption. That might impede his daughter and son-in-law business interests we used to have laws against the sort of stuff but it's no surprise that the same thing. How joe biden creates chinese policy to benefit his family. So same thing hunter biden says. Oh i don't know who's buying my art. Even though breaking news stories shows today he's hanging out with the people that are buying but always follow the money everybody that there is a profit motive and there's an incentive behind the clampdown merrick garland. Being a scorned man is using federal police. The fbi to go after you regular parents so that his family could potentially remain
"tanner" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast
Stanford rallies late to beat No. 3 Oregon 31-24 in OT
"Stanford authored the day's biggest honor Tanner Magee threw a TD pass on an untimed down at the end of regulation and another on the opening possession of overtime to lead the cardinal to a thirty one twenty four victory over number three Oregon the ducks appear poised for their first five it'll start eight years they rallied from ten points down at halftime to take a twenty four seventeen lead early in the fourth quarter on Anthony brown second TD run of the game but the cardinal capitalized on three Oregon penalties on the game tying eighty seven yard drive in the final one fifty nine of regulation I'm Dave Ferrie
Red Sox rally in 9th, on brink of clinching wild-card berth
"Christian Vazquez had an RBI triple to snap a one all tie in the ninth of the red Sox went on to beat the nationals five to three keeping their playoff hopes alive as they are now tied with the Yankees for the top wild card spot in the American League Travis Shaw added an RBI single anti K. Hernandez a two run Homer red Sox manager Alex Cora now heads into the final game of the season with Chris sale on the mound it feels great obviously wasn't a great week but we are in this position right now and we got the right guy and this goes up tomorrow when Tanner house started for the red Sox in pitch five perfect innings striking out eight Austin Davis got the win in relief while Hansel Robles laserdisc fourteen save Craig heist Washington
Bogaerts, AL Wild Card-Leading Bosox Top O's, 4th Win in Row
"The red Sox picked up their fourth straight win a standard Bogart's hit a three run Homer and collected four RBIs in a nine three rout of the Orioles Bobby Dalbec added a two run double hunter Renfroe and Rafael Devers each drove in a run for Boston which is one game ahead of Toronto for the first AL wild card and one and a half games ahead of the Yankees Tanner how court two one two thirds innings of shutout relief to get the win might Bellman was paying with the Orioles one hundred first loss Ryan mount castle hit a two run shot for the birds his thirty third home run of the season I'm Dave Ferrie
Indians Get Obstruction Call in 8th, Rally Past Red Sox 7-5
"You Chang doubled home Oscar Mercado with the go ahead run on a fielder's interference call in the eighth inning and the Indians rallied for seven five win over the red Sox Moncada appear to be thrown out at home to end the inning but plate umpire nik Lentz immediately ruled the red Sox second baseman Yairo Munoz had impeded Mercado's progress on the base paths Cleveland trailed for nothing it didn't have a hit off Tanner how go over the first five and a third innings before Jose Ramirez lined a solo Homer to right Rafael Devers hit two solo homers for Boston I'm Dave Ferrie
Cobra Kais Tanner Buchanan Talks About Starring Opposite TikTok Star
"Are you. I am good. How are you. I'm good so the second time or meeting. We met brad. Mtv movie tv awards. Tv awards whatever they call them now and then you you a without us and then you were talking about this movie and now everyone's going to see it. Yes i i think it's always a little nerve wracking Obviously you know because it is a remake and everything. You want to make everybody happy. So and you're kind of I'm putting my own spin on una character that everybody knows in love so i gotta make sure that. I just hope i did it. Justice in everybody's happy with it. So yeah it's a little nerve wracking so let's talk about the original. Have you seen the original. When signed it had has that cult classic thing but not everyone is seeing the original. She's all that so. Had you seen the original before you signed on. Yeah yeah so. I actually well i watch. Rahm comes romantically. That's my thing usually. That's what i usually consume on a daily basis multiple times. And then obviously i tried sue. Make sure that. I you know i had the essence of it going into it so i watched it. I can't remember. It was like four or five times Just to make sure just to cover all my bases you know rose picking up on every little thing that could op- up in our script In like i said try to make everybody happy on giving fans of the original but also people coming in that have no clue it. She's all that news. Make them fans of it so they can go back and watch the originals
"tanner" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"Did. I'm happy i did though. No i've had. she knows. Tanner can you ask her to come down. I love this. I on a nice to meet you. So as asking tanner about his worst heartbreak and he was talking about. Oh you know what. I'm talking about. When i was in canada when we were young you wash Near stars yes as in days. You're so sad. All told her. I was mass and remember. She's you will so what. She was telling us that he was totally devastated. And i said well. What did you do to get her back. And he's he laughed and he said i'm not sure so you gave me an all. Meet him and it was to frayed. Lose did you're like. I can't i can't talk to you anymore. We don't actually other. And i was like being seventeen because been together for six years now. I was like. Ooh i was still an asshole to me. This is love. You make sure yes. Oh kind of like being so young. you don't know anything but you just instinctively know that. Oh i can't lose this person. Yeah and it's kinda crazy settling You villagers at seventeen. I was seventeen eighteen. Yeah so. I mean that's as much as i'm twenty three now. So it's what you're talking about is like Short timeframe of how much you learn about yourself guy. Because i didn't know who the hell i was too. You know and you didn't probably not tell. I know cno we had no idea but like maybe it's fair. No like magic but as much we didn't know about ourselves we come into a new. You asked me five years. But yeah i'll find out. They just kind of a hat. I don't distinctly remember just so long ago i know lizzy. Are you prepared to move to an island. Total like one of my dreams. Where where are we going. Look at you know. I'm like do you worry. There's an awesome. Outhouse i like some fucking kick ass lanterns no We were just talking about sort of island paradise. But i wanted to ask you guys. I was quarantine. Ben have you grown closer. Because of this last year you learned a lot about ourselves and each other. You took care performance. I was really sick. I didn't know what was wrong with me. Like i was having all these stomach issues. And i was so bad that i can't even like go on though the dishwasher in this guy took care of me for four months Like death benefit. Like i mean like that's the time we spent talking about our relationship and everything and and learning about ourselves and just spent a long time scene where we could do better and where we've not done as well in the past. Yeah we're can communicate at her so yeah it was a beautiful horrible amazing experience. Everyone around us like was not doing while like we're just he's full in quarantine disfiguring out. Earning burgess learning about each other going from there. What advice would you guys. Give two couples in general communication. That was a big thing for me. I i mean. I've gotten a lot better at it. I still need to work at it for sure. But communication for me Was a big game changer. Few got upset with something. Would you tend to bottle it up. Yes yeah and that's like being able to use your words in order to talk to your significant other. You know. Say this is how i feel or maybe necessarily a. I don't like this you know. And it's not trying to get into like a big fight but you know knowing that you can have the communication talk to one another and try to figure it out. What's your dad like that. No i think that's where i learned it from as of not communicating. Just bottling it up like it'll pass right but that's what i've been trying to work on myself. It's worked for me to become a better person than and try to truly communicate and have a conversation even though i may hate the conversation right. 'cause i think you'll learn more about yourself and the relationship in general. How did you guys meet. Oh it's a long short story so we knew each other nine. I have no recollection of this her. He was never metro. Gas also look quake years younger than i did the same way so and at the beach and then through mutual friend and then we do see tiller there at all managed to their class. My assam wow. You grew up in vine. Yeah Mother was right there. So i'm like all of his mom just like play. My part is at seven team. And that's literally that's that's it. I was really past amount. It kind of sounds like how most my relationship started like any kind of formality or like even like a proper date. That's that's basically university. No we don't there's no anniversary whatsoever. Maybe it's in the fall. Yeah no who knows you know what we should talk about. He's all that. Oh yeah have you been having to do a shit ton of press for it. I've actually only had about two days of as of now. It's not been that bad. What's been the question that keeps popping up. the big one is like. How was it working with addison ray. In her first time you know acting in of course with the really asking is if you think she can act. That's one hundred percent what they're asking. I know asking vaneau the they're saying in a very polite way but that is what they're asking. Have no problem answering. Say that yes you can watch the movie. That makes me really happy. Tanner you're awesome. It was so great meeting you. This has been amazing. Thank you so much in. Please thanked lizzy for me. Thank you. I had a lot of fun doing the so. I appreciate synthetic. Thank you have a wonderful rest of your day. You too bye bye. This episode of unqualified is brought to you in part by osa. My husband recently told me how nice my skin looked granted. He's usually pretty complimentary but this particular complement was more specific than usual as i've been thinking about finally leaving the house this summer. It was certainly confidence-boosting female founded and family operated by mother and daughter team. 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"tanner" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
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What qualities do you look for in a partner definitely hardworking. You know. I want them to have the same drive that i do. Because they don't then they might get kind of annoyed with the way i work or at least can understand that Allied someone who is very creative. I do enjoy people that are in this business because they have a more understanding of it. Have you worked with somebody. Who's ability made them sexier. Yeah that's interesting. You say that i'd never thought about it that way but yes i'd probably say that i feel like sometimes i goes along with passion for it as well. You know if their ability is there a lot of time they have a deep passion for it and deep love of it in that commitment that they have that makes it. Yeah sexy okay so you had this two year relationship when you were young and then did you move to los angeles is that would end it or was it just natural progression what ended it knows just natural natural progression of just. We're going into high school. You know were kind of like doing. Our own thing was She broke up with me. Actually i was just like okay. I guess i'll do my own thing. I definitely cried over that. I remember that. I was like crying in the car while she was like breaking up with. So did you go into another relationship after that but was the timeframe like no. I didn't get into another relationship ish if you call it that for about more than a year. Can i ask what your worst heartbreak was like. Yes I was like for probably about a month and a half straight. I would cry every night. I don't mean just like cry like ball 'til just like i tired myself out and just made myself go to sleep and just had a bunch of breakdowns and every night. I'd van repeat the fault in our stars. Do you mind my asking how old you were seventeen or eighteen. Yeah that's the sweet spot of heartbreak. I would show up at this guy's fraternity. My first boyfriend who broke up with me all the time. Just like pathetic in the rain. Anyone seen but we were going to get married. I don't actually spoke those words but it was a feeling of physical devastation. Yeah it was definitely interesting like that heartbreak of you can live on without this person you know did daybreak break up with you. Yes they did. I will admit it was my fault. I was actually kind of being nass during that time. So they had every right to. Why do you think you were being mass. I don't know. I don't know what it was inside of me. That felt like. I could act a certain way that i was acting but i did anyway and i was devastated. That was definitely a reality. Check for me like to me. I felt like. I truly lost everything. And i'm don't ever want to act that way again or be that person again. It was a very big learning experience which was nice. I don't think most people are able to reflect on a relationship like that. I think it's really impressive. I've been in a couple of relationships. Especially when i was younger with people who they were behaving in a way that was like forcing my hand like i had to break up with them if i had any shred of self respect so it's interesting that you're able to kind of look back at that. Did you ask for her back. Oh absolutely and what happened was a no-go were together. Now you are. That makes me so happy together now. She's up stairs. Currently tanner you were pointing up and you were talking about. The faults are stars. Oh you got you got scared at. That was like where is this going. Oh shit you're talking about worth together now and you're like oh opened the depot right now. No she's.
"tanner" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"You almost do them because he watched their life. Here's what i've been pondering lately. Because i've tried to justify my i try to rationalize my love of reality television because as a format it's easily dismissed but the fascination with what is being presented to us as reality we view it and we search for clues that will make it not real. You're not necessarily watching somebody your average mundane life. That ninety percent of our day is i suppose. It's kind of like the fun. Look into what most people don't get to experience. I guess it is kind of surreal innocence because a lot of the population as a gun experienced that kind of wife. They find it interesting. I still find it interesting as well. The one i just discovered like last night was love after lockup. No i've watched a lot of the lovey loves during the quarantine like the one. I really enjoy Where they go to the islands but they're all like players love island. Yes but they get to actually do the exercises where they find deeper in themselves in they they feel like they find themselves a little bit more and they learn something about themselves. They loved the transformation. I really liked that. Okay what's the best advice you've ever been given the best advice i've i've been given from my parents of just do what makes you happy. I know that sounds cliche. But it's true in. I believe it one hundred percent because anybody that ever asked me advice. I always try to give. I give that answer of truly. Do what makes you happy like we said earlier. That's why i don't mind working seven days a week. That's what makes me happy. I enjoy my time and it doesn't feel like work. Okay tanner are you ready for dealbreakers game. Just because i love games okay. They have a driver's license with someone else's photo in their name. Okay so it's a stolen identity basically or is it a fake. Id like you take your friends id. Because they're twenty one and yes. Yeah i think that's fine. I mean that would be fine in my book. What would your assumption v that they were just too young that a fake id. I mean everybody's got have a fake. Id at some point their life. I feel like i got caught with mine does you. Yeah by the cops. Ooh did have to go to court. No it was filed. No i had a fake to Okay here's the of. I'm this age now and i took someone out. That was like twenty. Yeah that's fine. I don't see the problem with it. I guess if they're honest about it. I don't like liars. Okay they throw away their jury duty summons i dunno because then comes in the question of how long's jerry to sell. It's going to say because you don't know much stagger you got to spend in the courtroom. Yeah it's not a dealbreaker to me because if not gotten some it yet. But i don't think i'd want to be because i don't want i don't want to be in charge of someone's fate. Whatever that may be you know. There's a lot going on with people even getting convicted of the wrong stuff. And i don't want to like. I can't do it so no it's not dealbreaker because i wouldn't want to do it myself. All right. they tell you they don't believe in marriage. I mean if we're about to move in together do you like truly love each other. And you're you're gonna spend your life together if they don't want to get married. I guess i would be open to it right. Maybe deeper conversation. But if i love that person then i guess it would. We might be able to come to compromise aaron. I like that. They want to take you to a strip club. That's funny. i've never been to ship up really never I'm not interested in going. Because i wanna see anything. I'm interested in going because there's this idea that lights the greatest thing in the world and i don't understand why it doesn't make sense to me so if they wanted to go i guess i don't know i think you would find it fascinating for a shift in personality interesting. It sounds like i've been to attend. But i have been to few and in my experience a lot of customers. It amplifies something in their personality. Not unlike zeno i guess. There's like a heightened almost bravado interesting after you go to a strip club you report back to me tell experience yes. I our or Well that's the funny thing is like i don't want to go the only reason i wanna go is. I want to observe people. That's what's interesting to me observing everyone in there but otherwise i have no. I don't wanna go. I don't like to be touched very often. Yeah you want your island. Yes i want my island. I wanna be away from everybody. Exactly okay next dealbreaker. You notice one of your instagram posts is the wallpaper on their phone. If it's a first date That would be a dealbreaker. That'd be a little. I might be a little odd. Yeah but i mean if we're like for moving in together like i said most likely eh for a decent amount of time that would be okay. Yeah let's appreciation so different situations different feelings. I wanted to ask a watching something about you like ten things. You don't know about tanner and one of them was your relationship with social media. We tell us a little bit about that. Yeah i mean. I i'm not a big techie guy. In general social media is it's interesting to me. i'm not. I'm not super big into it. I think it can be great. But i also think it can be extremely harmful to people because a lot of people don't use it for the right reasons but it's just if i have something to post posted but i don't like taking pictures of myself i don't i'm with you. I don't know just feel very like conceded that like. If i'm sitting there taking pictures of myself than posting in being like look at me you know it. It's i shy away from it a lot. It just makes me uncomfortable. I guess i was thinking about when actors have to do photo shoots how m- you have to suddenly look into the camera and acknowledged like your own sense of self in kind of a vain way and how what we're trained to do is big no r- it and i have a hard time watching playback i get sort of the images of my own facial movement kind of seared into my brain. I feel the same way because like it doesn't matter as many photo shoots as i do. I still feel extremely uncomfortable. Every time i show up. They want you to look in the camera. And i'm constantly not making contact with the camera and like looking at like. Can you do one in the camera. And i'm like. I don't want to but show or find this. Do i think this whole zoom thing has been really hard. I keep glancing over. I'm like what mike you look at yourself fixing your hair your like. Maybe i shouldn't say it that way. No it's very odd but yeah same thing with playback or even watching the final product. I used to not watch myself. But then i started watching myself because i finally learned you have to grow. And if you don't yourself there some things that you do. I noticed for myself that i did. That was very repetitive. That it didn't like l. interesting. I think i had certain ticks. I did possibly if i was nervous on. Set that day or anything So i watch a lot for those. But i also have to stop myself from watching it a certain amount of times because if not i'll obsess over it and that's not good as well so i give myself.
"tanner" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"Funny. You say that. Because i mean most people don't realize i mean very rarely do less than a twelve hour day for me. Ninety percent of the time way more like specifically for kobe. I mean we tried to do was much of the fighting as we possibly can. We just finished season four. That's coming out at the end of the year. Are you be. I definitely was when we finished because we had about two weeks of fighting days. And it's just fighting all day and you get your thirty minute break for lunch or very determined to do everything. So we're doing it because we want to. They're not forcing us to they're like do you want to break. We're like no just keep going. Roll the cameras. We're fighting now. Let's go but specifically when i work i don't home and i can't sleep for three and a half months. I was basically only getting one to two hours sleep. Is that because your mind is racing at night. Is it hard to comment down. So i just think about what i have the next day. Okay we a choreography. We gotta learn okay. This schedule what i what do i need to be in. You know. it's just. I just can't shut my mind off. That's just the way my mind works. When i get home. I i hibernate about today's days where asleep for like twelve to fourteen hours and then i'm then i'm pretty much ready to go again but it is a lot i mean for everybody onset That's just about how everybody works. That one thing is a big difference. I think When i got scary movie and i- i restarted shooting. I was like people can't work like this. Our people surviving working sixteen hour days or and it's a boring difference to talk about but it is a massive one is just truly the hours that you're logging at your job. Yeah it's a very huge difference. Tanner i'm really impressed with your work ethic were they both supportive your folks extremely. Yeah where they anxious about you to. I don't know i think You know my parents have very good upbringing. My dad has said he's worked hard labor actually from like age of fourteen and he's turning sixty four this year so he's worked hard labor for fifty years and he's always he's just like i just want you to do. What makes you happy. You know. I don't want you to have to ever work as hard as i've had to which is very nice and my mom has always had the same out lookie houses. I just want you to do what you wanna do. Even when i was younger they were like if you wanna act. You know we've been out here. I came out basically to california to try acting. And they're like we'll try it for six months. If you like it you know we'll don't we'll go home and after six months we just never left so they've always been supportive. Even if i wanted to quit acting today they'd be like that's fine. What do you want to do. I'm very lucky. How did you digest like early rejection. My mom always brought me up. I don't care what people think. So when i was young i actually to i. I wore glasses. I had an eye patch and she knew possibly people make fun of me that i have an eye patch to just tell people you're pirate that's cool. I was like absolutely. I'm a pirate our patch. I'm different than all of you. And i'm cool. And then when i started dancing it was like of course i danced. Why wouldn't i get to be with girls at school all day and i'm pool and so my mom always made sure that anything that might get in my way or if i get made fun of it. It's not a big deal. I get to do what i wanna do. I enjoy myself. And because i do that. I'm cool so actually. When i came out to california to try acting Get jobs or i went on audition after edition after edition. She's like oh that's fine. I'll just go on the next one so started from an early age back in ohio that i just didn't care what people thought. That's my outlook. Now is like if you like me like me if you don't you don't. I'm just me and taylor leader. That's rad. I mean that because i don't think i had that at all. Tanner i'll tell you all about my journey later l. Go do you have a favorite movie that you could watch over and over. he Singing in the rain. You know it's got the tap dancing. It's got the performing it's got the acting. It's that feel good movie of you. Just can't help us filing watch it so i guess would be one of the movies that i you know. Enjoy inspired me to do what i do today. Do you collect anything. I'm a big car. Guy a big motorcycle guy in a big obviously guitar guy. So those are the three things i kind of hold onto. I actually restore old cars with my dad like hot rods. Okay not knowing much about cars at all my first car was a nineteen seventy-two monte carlo. Okay this massive like cabernet. Red color was beautiful. I crashed it on i five. Yeah but it was amazing. You could have an entire party in there. You could fit. There were two big bench seats barely touch the puddles. You could really fit like twenty people in this car and you could hear it coming from a quarter mile away at least so tell me like a dream car or what. Are you restoring now. My first dream car was a nineteen sixty nine chevelle. And that's ashley what i'm restoring right now out beautiful. I've actually bought it. When i was twelve years old and not great shape and i've been working on it ever since so almost ten years now. Working hundred ten years. It's just whenever i have time. Dr doesn't drive yet. Okay very very close. This is kind of amazing. It's great because we've done everything ourselves. It's where i've kind of learned to do everything i would say. There's only about two weeks worth of work on it left but is there left to do most of it's actually only the interior which Salata wiring to set up kind of the setup by one. Is it in ohio. It is in ohio. Would you ever drive it to los angeles. My original thought was. When i get finished i would drive it across the country in come to l. a. because i don't think we're going to finish it. I think i'm gonna actually ship it out here and then have someone finish it here have like the interior work done. Because i want a little bit more modernized. I wanna be able to put an ipad in it. So i can play the music i wanna play. And lightfoot like an updated sound system in a and just a little bit more modern just to kind of do whatever i wanna do with. I think that'd be nice to have you ever written a fan letter. I don't think i have. I always enjoyed school. But i absolutely hated english. And if there's one thing in school that i hated the most. It was writing. If i could get out of it i got out of it so i don't think i ever have written a fan letter. The reason why. I asked this question is because i started to wonder about like the idea of fan dumb. And when you're on the other side of it and like my mom didn't encourage any kind of fandom. I never had any pictures of guys up on my wall. My dad is a total music. Snob so i never liked played any of my music or anything. Were you like a rabid fan of anything growing up. I loved the cheetah girls. That was actually my first concert. I went to. I looked up to them a lot. I don't get very crazy about actors. I guess that that's you know our world you know that it's it's normal but i get kind of crazy with musicians. I don't know why. I can't really weird around reality stars interesting. Yeah will i guess you feel like you do know them because you're seeing their everyday life almost some fans they feel like they know actors but we're still playing characters so a little bit different but with reality star. That'd be interesting. I've never really met any reality stars before you would feel like.
"tanner" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"Are you in los angeles los angeles. Yes how do you like los angeles. I like los angeles a lot because there's a lot of options to do things. 'cause i grew up in a really really small town in ohio of light. Ten thousand people so it's just flatland farming community and the closest big town is about an hour and fifteen minutes away so the option to actually like do anything is nice. Do you go back. Home ever are usually go back twice a year usually sometime in the summer and then once during christmas time just to see friends and some of the family. That's still there on a scale of one to ten. How much do you look forward to a return. I love going back to see the friends. That i still have their my Two or three friends. I still have there actually been my friend since kindergarten and it's kind of nice because we don't talk while i'm gone whatsoever but i get back and it takes like twenty minutes to say my stuff twenty minutes to say their stuff and then we kind of just hang out in. Don't talk about anything all night. So it's kind of nice that it's just so laid back you get out of the craziness sometimes a sorry. I mean i probably say an eight. I grew up in a town called edmonds washington north of seattle. It's not a small town. It's a suburb of seattle. But i did find like going back over the years we have the nostalgia in our memories. But you know like the older you get. Sometimes you have less and less than common and it's nice to have that with some friends even though we have wildly different lives. It just doesn't matter. Yeah 'cause that's the thing is like my one friend is is still never been on a plane you know which is absolutely insane to me because you know you constantly. You're flying here. They're working did your jump on a plane every few days sometimes because you it you have to be there and yes. We don't have much in common. I think that's probably why it's nice. Because at the same time though because they enjoy their lives there and that's where they want to be the rest of their lives and that's great but that's why most of the night is just filled with telling jokes. Ask trying to connect on a deeper level. But it's just having fun. But there is a disconnect. Because that's all they really know my options growing up before i got into acting were either become like a nurse and accountant an engineer at kind of it. You know when you were a kid would you have described yourself as somebody who liked always wanted their world to be baker. Yeah a hundred percent. Because i grew up with mostly women in my life. All my cousins were women and they danced. I heard about this tap dancing. Will you tell me all about it. So i'm the only child so my cousins to me were like siblings. They're all older than me. So i looked up to them and obviously when you have like siblings older siblings. You want to do what they do. And obviously coming from a small town it's You know midwest. It's all sports if you're a guy you're manly man that whole thing. But that's not what i wanted to do. I wanted to perform. And i was different. I was the only in first boy to dance in our town for years. I love tap dancing. I took a few classes when i was a kid. And i'm wildly coordinated but i love it. I mean you're making music with your feet. It's fucking rad. Would you perform in your community yet. So there was center stage. Dance academy jill. Kumon was my guest teacher. She taught everybody the obviously. I danced with girls all the time because there was no other no other guy but i got into it and then i actually got into competitive dance. That's what i would do. i would. I would travel around ohio. Go to dance competitions. i'd have my solo piece in than i would have a dance with girls. Did you win When i dance with the girls. Yes i would. Well i mean you're thinking midwest ohio like i said not. Many boys dance so when the judges saw there like a boy dancing and it's cute so one quite a bit. I would basically have rehearsal every day after school. They're probably hoped to okay. What qualities do you think you inherited from your parents. It's interesting because my dad is Hard labor he owns own business. He installs heavy machinery in car manufactures. And that's basically what he's done his entire life. His family is very musically inclined. So i think. I kind of get some about from his side. My mom danced as well when she was younger but they both don't like the camera. No-one likes to be at the center of attention. So i don't quite know where i got it from it's interesting. They're both extremely hardworking. Driven also very confident. So i feel like i a lot of that from them. 'cause i have goals and i don't have an option not to reach my goals if i set a goal i'm going to reach it no matter what doesn't matter what it is. I'm going to do it and they're very driven like that. Which is a very very good but it can be bad sometimes because you know you get frustrated with yourself if you don't get something fast enough or anything like that. What about a goal like running a marathon or climbing mount everest. I don't have any gold. The bob i like that. Tanner litmus test questions for only. Because i'm not quite like that. And i also some goals. I do wonder about if people are achieving them for a story for bragging right i mean i know it exists for sure. Okay tanner if you could live anywhere in the world where would it be a really white to just be left alone like this quarantine has been great because didn't go stir crazy whatsoever. I was like this is great. I don't have to go outside on the anybody. This awesome so my dream is always to like actually owned like a little island and then build a house on it. And then i the only one on the island and that i don't have to deal with anybody i can just close the world out. Actually recently i've i've been thinking about my highlights license. Nice if i could get my pilot's license. Maybe i could build like a little runway. Just fly wherever i wanted to. Whenever would you want it to be an island in hot weather or cold weather. I'm a cold weather person. If there's one thing. I hate the most it's laying out in the sun like california. Everyone loves the dry heat. I don't if feels like i'm in an oven and it makes my skin hurt. So i can get someplace with humidity and it's hot. It's not as bad. But i like the cold weather a lot more when i first moved to los angeles from the seattle area. I was really surprised by how happy i was I think because it was sunny all the time but then the monotony and almost the sort of unconscious like lack of clocking time. Yeah that's the thing is i mean. I grew up seasons ray. I missed that a lot. Because i mean you have fall here. But it's still eighty degrees out. I mean it's kind of nice. But i like the seasons. I like just get a change of feeling. That was the thing someone always told me is like you can always put more clothes on when it's cold but if it gets hot you can't just keep taking clothes off. You know at some point you gotta stop and actually if you're shooting in the heat. When i was in my early twenties. And i starting to work in the film industry and the things that surprised me that may be people who aren't in industry. Don't know is. I think like the hours of work are totally life consuming. Yes it's.
"tanner" Discussed on Vegas Nation - Raiders Football
"Right as promised now everybody. It's the return of the special teams. Were daddy. He has not played a snap in one thousand nine months but he is hungry to give back into action on the field. And that is you. Raiders linebacker tanner muse. Now joins the show. Thanks so much for taking the time to join me here today. I wanted to bring you on first of all just to ask what has been like for you getting in this off season and being back with the team os grade. I'm loving every second of just being able to compete again as i love to do. I'm here and Truly just fell in love with again out there with the guy's been runaround show off what what i didn't get to do last year so i'm just just happier. Never yeah when you have that toe injury at setback. What did you go through in on your own. Just thinking about all the build up for yourself and being ready to join this team and then to have that happen. Yeah it was. It was devastating issue dream. Just go into the process of getting drafted a team taking a chance on you and you're just so excited in something like that happens but I don't question it at questions journey. Just keep on a step by step and just keep looking for the next day just getting better better every single day well the next stages so far looking like you're getting some first team reps. You're working a lot with those guys especially on the outside linebacker position What has that been like for you. Moving up to that level in the expectations that look like are therefore you right now. Yes been going. Great plan low outside linebacker in the base packages so it's heavier personnel again. My hands dirty. I like being around. The line is teaching me. A lot of new tricks. Signed enjoying it very much in Being able to have the competence from the coaches to be able to run with the one so far has been great for me as the..
"tanner" Discussed on Podcast Morning Cast, with Tanner Campbell
"Episode number thirteen of the podcast morning. Cast is here and so are you. So am i. So let's get started. I just got back from podcast movement. Twenty twenty one hanging out with my boy roman for coach chuck or as he would prefer me to say remond coop truck and i've probably just brought an immense amount of dishonor on his family pronouncing that probably very poorly. Hopefully he never realizes. I've done it. He doesn't listen to this show. So i safe. Don't tell him please. But i'm past guys. I'm past romans pissed. We're all pissed this event while i hold the organizers of it completely not responsible for any of the reasons i'm i wanna make that clear upfront. I am even more bullish than i have ever been in saying that this community has a big fucking problem and with no small amount of shame or embarrassment. I have to admit that i was wrong about where it was. That problem lived or who was facilitating that problem. Or who was at the root of that problem. How i miss this. I'm not sure. And maybe i didn't miss it so much as i danced around it and didn't really identify it at first but thanks to lipson. It's pretty clear now and in what you're going to hear in today's episode. I want you to understand a couple of things. One lived and helped me to realize this but they are not the only ones that the root of this problem i think their entire industry that is to say the podcast hosting industry is at the root of this problem. And this problem is that the technology of our medium holds us back from succeeding better. It puts a glass ceiling and plays it prevents upward mobility it limits. Reach it limits success however you wanna put it. The podcast hosting industry is not our friend. And i'm gonna read an article to you. Today which may never even be published may not be published. And that's because i have a lot of black widows to my hulk in my life that are trying to help me be more diplomatic about how i am going to approach all of these problems..
Houck, Red Sox Top Blue Jays 4–1, Split Doubleheader
"The red Sox blue jays split a pair in Boston with each team earning a four one victory Randal Grichuk belted a two run Homer and had three RBIs as the blue jays took the opener George Springer also went deep to back Robbie ray the red Sox turned the tables in game two was rookie starter Tanner help struck out seven over four innings happy with with everything and and really got to work on the pitch is on tonight another rookie Jarren Duran hit his first major league triple for the alias leaders at RB I drive in the fourth it's always a good moment to contribute to this amazing offense saws most parts maybe a little too excited but you know it happens the split leaves the red Sox with a two and a half game lead over the race in the division I'm Dave Ferrie
Timothy Dexter: Was He Brilliant, Lucky, or Bonkers?
"Timothy. Dexter started his life with very humble beginnings he was born into the town of maldon in the massachusetts bay colony. In seventeen forty seven. He didn't receive much of an education growing up when he was eight years old. He dropped out of school to work on a farm at the age of sixteen. He became an apprentice to a. Tanner was a fine trade to be in back in the day. But nothing that would make you significantly wealthy when he finished his apprenticeship. He was given a set of clothes. By the tanner who he worked for. It was called a freedom suit. He sold his freedom suit for eight dollars and twenty cents and use that money to relocate to newburyport massachusetts. This was where his good luck started. While in newburyport he met the woman he would marry. Elizabeth frosting ham. Elizabeth was a widow ten years older than dexter. She had four children in a very nice house in He set up shop aching gloves and selling other leather goods. As well as reselling blubber from whalers by the end of the revolutionary war. He had saved up several thousand dollars which was quite a bit of money back then so far. His story is nothing special. You as a middle aged man living in newburyport who had to find business but it was at this point that he began he string of insanely successful yet at face. Incredibly stupid investments. The first investment was in continental dollars during the revolutionary war. The continental congress issued the first american currency and it quickly became worthless. The phrase not worth a continental came from this currency almost. No one accepted the currency by the end of the war. Yet many people especially poor people were paid in this currency and could do nothing with it. After the war many of the wealthy citizens in newburyport began buying continentals mostly as a charity gesture. Dexter however wanted to earn the respect of the local elite who never quite respected him and went all in he purchased the worthless currency just to give people something in return any purchase the currency for less than a penny to the dollar later when the federal government was formed they agreed to purchase all of the outstanding continental dollars at one percent of face value. Dexter made a
The Haunted History of Casa Loma
"Tenor sunk is mop into the bucket of soapy water and slapped off to the hardwood. There was a lot of floor at castle. Aloma thousands of square feet of it. The place had dozens of rooms with. Wall-to-wall would lush red velvet furniture and our nate chandeliers. And it was tanner's job to make it spotless. He side weekends cleaning and old tourist. Hotspot wasn't exactly the most fun job but at least it gave him some cash and he was saving up for something. He couldn't stop thinking about a drum set. Tanner tapped out a beat. On the panel in lived for percussion he spent most of his time drumming out new rhythms or listening to imaginary solos. Crashing has had his obsession got yelled at at school for not paying attention but he found something he loved. Why should we give it everything he had. He stopped drumming for a moment to dip them up back in the bucket but tapping continued. Kenner looked around the room. Trying to find the source he finally craig's next appeared directly behind him his stomach drawn a woman was tapping your fingers rhythmically on the wall glaring tanner. His blood went cold. This was no tourist. Her cheeks restrict with tears. Enter white dress was soaked through with blood adrenaline rush through tenders fans. He dropped the mom but before he could run. She reached out and grabbed his arm but tapping sound grew louder and louder until he felt like a skull would burst. She leaned forward her voice in bishops. Whisper and told tanner to get out of her house.
Meadows 2-out, 2-Run Single in 9th, Rays Beat Orioles 5-4
"The rays pulled out a five four win over the Orioles on Austin meadows two out two strike two run single in the bottom of the ninth I know the situation right there you know he doesn't like anything given that you know runs as corpus bases loaded so for me just continue sounds fastball it but again there's good about as I as I could and he's able to throw in there and I was able to you know put a plate on that implant when you do that good things happen many roads Reina homered twice and had a key single in the ninth as Tampa Bay won for the tenth time in thirteen games comic you work two scoreless innings for the win Tanner Scott was a loser the birds loss came after they announce a pitcher Keegan aching and outfielder Anthony sometime there were placed on the call the nineteen injured list I'm Dave Ferrie
"tanner" Discussed on Iron Advocate
"The podcast dedicated to use the trial. Attorney sandwich visionary warriors unfiltered barred iron advocates joined. Bob leveque jeff rebel and today's top legal minds on a journey to discover how to kill it in the law without killing you because being the best advocate for others begins with being the best advocate for yourself mark. Thanks for being here up more from that. Injury had plenty of winds biggest failures in your career. Well i managed to get them out of the way quickly and early I think the first four cases in a row that i tried We're all defeats and that really called. Made me question what i was doing. Was this the right career for me and you know have. Can i avoid this kind of string of failures. Which was certainly not what i want. When i went to law school embarked on a career as a trial lawyer. Mark what did you learn or literally would say the top three lessons. You learned from losing first. Four jury trials in a row. The first thing i learned thank olympic works usage. The first was that to to be a trial. Where i think it takes a lot of grit. You have to be prepared to let the punches roloff. You have to be ready to respond to you. Know major blows in such a way that it's not You know something that's gonna make you go curl up in the corner but that you're gonna come out. Sling harder And i also learned to steal a few techniques for my oldest along the way and sort of improve my skills but for the most part. I think the biggest lesson once. This was the first time in my life that i really applied myself to celtic. Didn't leave the kind of success that i expected at the pace which is expected and had to adjust to that market able to pinpoint specific things that quote. You felt like you did wrong or when you look back that that you know you attribute those losses to the that you do differently now i mean there's a few things i when i look back. I realized that when i was in my early twenties pick twenty four years old. I started trying these cases. The reason i was getting these cases to trial class wanted. They require with problematic. But when you approach a case or loose live case. I don't care what the facts are. One of looks like once we start. I think i'm gonna win. And i think i'm gonna win all the way through until the jury tells me otherwise But one of the things. I learned instead. At least i had to debt my personality a little bit to the persona that i am in the courtroom and what i mean by that is i generally i like people. I like to get along with people. I generally do but in a trial. I had to become considerably more confrontational one of the things that the changed about the way in which i tried cases most of the time probably ninety percent of the time. Now i lucas. My opponent the defendant and i get that major confrontation teed up out of the way i on and that was a change because initially i thought i was going to build my case you know slowly brick by brick allow the jury to identify with me with my client experts But now i don't come out swinging. Sling hard oversimplification. But you were too. You're too nice is what you're saying. No too nice. I certainly wasn't trying to be. But i i just didn't come out. Look into punch in the mouth. Hard as i can. Which is something that has really changed now. you know. i think. I'll do whatever. I can within the confines of of course the ethical professional guidelines to win a swing hired and then do it with dignity. Yeah i'm not a guy that'll stab in the back. But i am going to kick you in the teeth. Some are the changes that you're talking about the kind of transformation. Was this a result of a process where you sat down after four straight losses and and examine your approach. Or how did that come about out. The reason i'm asking folks listening to this. Who wants to be the next mark. Tanner or the next bob at they want to go inside your headed understand what you're what. What the inner approach. What's view after four straight losses. The inner approach came to me notch trim. Another lawyer or mental or anything. Like that budded came to me in a poker game with my buddy's still friends with the same guys. I went to grade school with third grade. I'm the only lawyer and most of them didn't go to school beyond high school and we're very tight and in some ways they often represent my jury pool so we were sitting around drinking beer and playing cards. They always like to hear what i'm doing. What's your next case. And i started telling about the next case and one of the guys midway into my descriptions hold on a sec and he referred to it was a medical malpractice cases. Tell me why. I'm going to hate this doctor. If i'm not gonna hate the doctor you lose just like that and it was very confrontation. I thought jeez. I'm taking a long time to get to that point. And then i had changed my approach right down in there and now you know within the first three lines i want someone who stood up and take notice as to why that person who sitting in the defense cherish sitting here. I want to understand immediately from my opening to the point where i called them and put them in the box. Exactly what got them there. What did they do wrong. And that was. That was kind of tiffany of sorts at Market you so. I've seen you in the courtroom and in order to get the results. You've gotten doing what you're describing. You have to embody it right. You have to embody what you're delivering to a jury so talk to us about what it's like to have to channel that you know like your buddy said like i gotta hate the dock to to return the kinda verdicts that that. You're getting the jury's got to be fired up in hate the doc how you know tiring invigorating. All of exhausting is it to embody that message. And how do you do. I think i do it by creating a sort of a contrast between me and my opponent I realized when. I put someone in that whitten. And they're the i witnessed that i call talk. They are far more on comfortable in that setting than i am. And if i remain controlled and matter of fact and i utilize the commission that i have which is years discovery leading up to this moment depositions derogatory documents. I know exactly where..
"tanner" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"To true eating senior athlete part of a group that was protesting in Denver today at the CHASA administration offices. And Tanner. You. Talk to a lot of northern Colorado. Athletes know coming from a small town myself. I know that you guys communicate quite often has what's the majority been like and I know that? You can only speak for yourself but got a sense that most of the athletes are like, okay. Right where you're making a decision one way or the other or most pushing for let's start this thing up and fall. Yeah I mean I think it's Kinda. It's Kinda hard that they waited till now to start kind of debating about it. Because there's there's sports going on that people have now committed to based on the spring schedule, those the original plan, and so I think I don't think any schedule they make is gonNa work for everyone but I think people just want a decision to be made. a lot of people. I. Think it's Kinda split a lot of people are fine with the starting in the spring based on club sport commitments that have made but I think also a lot of people are ready to start now in i. mean we trained hard all summer and we're tuned and ready to go for now. So I think it could go both ways tuner you looking at playing college athletics.
"tanner" Discussed on Reverie True Crime
"No, thank you. Let's go ahead and. I'll be behind the camera and I would just sit in. My voice is getting raspy or as I get older so I don't even like my voice, but. I like my voice. It's getting spear so It's always been raspy, but it's just getting a little more raspy or so Yeah, so no, I'd prefer. Definitely prefer doing even to TV. TV was nerve wracking scared I was a bundle of nerves Yeah. Imagine doing that in front of an audience of people and knowing that. So. Many people were going GonNa. See it like that would just. have. It was all my Lord was so scary. I'm not only that you've got an audience sitting out there. And, then in your mind, you're going. There are millions of people and I kept trying to tell myself quick thinking that. But they're like when there's millions of people watching this and I'm like so here. I am nervous so Yes, so I would much rather not be on. That side of it and just stay on the. Yeah! I understand Oh my gosh. Well I. Know Tanner's case was closed in twenty eighteen. And what can you tell everyone about that? Okay in twenty seventeen is when it really the detective. Okay, we were working with a podcast her. And they. This guy was a sluice I mean I hadn't talked to the detective in a couple years. personally because there are some things. He said that made me realize that he really wasn't working tanner's. on our side. And so i. just kind of backed off and just started getting more vocal in the media and building that up so I had a macking before I got back to him, and so in two thousand seventeen. I had a podcast cow. I mean, she would contact him. She finally He started corresponding with her and working tenders case to find out what happened, and and it was great, and communication got better I mean we still seem where he was lying a lot..
"tanner" Discussed on True Consequences
"He appreciates all these extra wrinkles. I've gotten for the last eight years of trying to you. Know The grief and the stress and All that of trying to fight and fight and fight I think he is. I just I just missed I just wish I still had her. Best friend. Here with her I think we're we're pretty close to wrapping up here. I just want to get one final thought from you Anything that you WANNA share with my listeners or anything that you want to say Just to wrap this up Before you do that I just want to thank you for Taking the time to come on my show for being honest and being vulnerable and I know that this is not easy for anybody to go through and and I know how much How draining it is emotionally to retail. And we've of this. You know horrible. Tragedy happened over and over again but I appreciate it and I will do whatever I can to continue to retreat you into share tanner story and even though it's not only Mexican story I I. I feel strongly that we need to fight for justice for the people who can't speak for themselves anymore so Thank you for taking the time to to be on my show. I'll turn it over to you to wrap it up. And then and then we'll end this interview. What they in. Thanks for having me I really. I really appreciate it. I I think the more we get. Tanner story out. Actually anybody story. I just WANNA actually Thank all the podcasters out there as well because you know you all help us more than you you actually realize because you get our stories out there and people grab onto them and then it becomes such a viral and People WanNa help you and and we have gotten so much help through podcasters and You know everything that they you know. They they put out there. People Re tweet people start picking it up and then we get Professionals like you know that. Want to help so we appreciate. We appreciate all that and I just think Just support families. You know just just support us. It's we're GONNA have our good days we're going to have bad days we're gonNA rant. We're going to rave we'RE GONNA cry. We're going to do it all But everybody would if they were in in in our shoes in our this. Both you know of like that. We now have to Right in and you know I just I just hope that People just stay with us you know. Don't don't listen to the bad things out there because there's a lot a lot of bad things can be said about people but until go to the horse's mouth asked the questions. I tell people come to me. You WanNa know anything. I am an open book. I'll tell you anything I I. There's no shame in my game I will I'm honest I I'm truth fool. I'm honest and if I make a mistake I'm GonNa tell you I didn't mean to do that. I you know. Hey I apologize. I didn't stay that right or Or an something's changed in his case. They'll say hey this parts changed. Now we're GONNA have to refocus somewhere else. And I I'll do that. I have no reason to lie about anything that gets you and you know that your parents on that grieving families don't lie about their case. They'll lie about anything in that in their case that they're dealing with so we just go by black and white. Beck's we'd go by what we're told what we have what we see and so you know. Just come to us. We'll tell you what we would if you WANNA know something. Come TO US. So in wrapping up. I just hope that everybody will do. Continue to follow and support tenor and tenders voice It's been a journey and I really really really ready for this journey to be over Not My journey. But I'm ready. You know either. Tell me what happened to my son which I know. We'll probably never get justice. I I really don't believe that there will ever be like true justice But to me at this point just knowing the truth would be justice so I can So I just put this chapter behind us and say okay. Now we know what happened to tanner. Now we can just truly celebrate. How but you can't celebrate when you're trying to fight for justice as well or fight for truth because I've changed pretty much my thought. Now it's like truths for tanner. You know used to be just as for ten and now I just went true. What truth I mean Getting justice would be You know you know gravy on the side But right now I just I just want truth. Just just tell me what happened to my son be honest and if somebody is keeping you and telling you don't cow tell you know tell don't sit here and let a family especially the family that you all loved that we loved you and you know this kid that was at ten. You Know House at ten passed out. He came to our house and we supported him and did everything. So just you come forward. Tell the truth you know my heart out to you and your family. I hope you get what you're looking for. And I hope that this little bit of exposure that you're getting on this show will help with that Can you just tell my listeners? How they can find you on social media or anywhere else so they WANNA follow tennis case and the progress that you're making What's the best way to find you? Okay I have on voice on facebook And that's ten just tenors. Without an apostrophe tanner's voice and then Twitter it Tana's voice but my twitter handle is justice. Four with a four tanner so justice number for an Er yes and Yes so look for me there. Thanks again for listening to consequences. Follow us on social media on instagram and facebook at true consequences pod and on twitter at true cons pod true consequences is hosted written and produced by me your host. Eric Carter Line Dean. Thanks for listening and stay safe. New Mexico.
"tanner" Discussed on True Consequences
"But the pain of not having justice is like a continual slap in the face to the families. Because you know what happened. You know what's what's wrong and and and you know that something should have been done in the fact that nothing was. Unin and then he starts to question you know for my perspective. I start to question my sanity. You know like maybe am. Am I crazy because how come I'm the only one that summons that this is wrong? How come I'm the only one that cares that this happened and nobody's done about? Have you had that same experience? Oh yes it's been eight years of it. Eight eight years of US knowing from the beginning I mean we knew from day. One that Something bad happened to tanner new from the very beginning When the corner told us that tenor's death was highly suspicious and we were told it was a crime scene so from day one we knew and and then as the months went on. We've seen that. They weren't really investigating. So yeah we you see that. And it's it's so frustrating because here you're still fighting and you know and you get people. I have a great group of Supporters a great group of friends who held on all these years and still want to see justice for ten. Or there's still kids out there who do who actually will tell made that is not what happened to tanner. We know that that definitely you know was something suspicious You know and and people come to you with the the you know their their ideas their thoughts their this happened. This is what we heard and and when you take it to the police in it falls on deaf ears it really is just. It's beyond frustrating. And and it just makes you want to get more vocal. Which I did I got more every every slap in the face every door that was shut. I just got more vocal. You know you can't shut my mouth up. You know you may be able just shut this case down. I'm but I'M GONNA make sure that people know what you're doing and I'm going to expose you for all of it and I and I do so much and that's you know this is about kind space but that's where I am as well. You know on my journey so You definitely inspire me to continue to fight And and following you on social media and seeing how much you go through and how mature you're fighting every single day just I want to say thank you on behalf of of everybody. Who's in the situation because That is what it takes. It takes that persistence and you know I may never see justice. My brother you may you know. Let's hope we do. But but there's a possibility that this could continue for awhile and And and the fact that you don't give up is is just so inspiring to me. Michelle I just really I. I don't have words to say other than thank you Night now you're GonNa make me cry. Now you're GonNa make me cry. You know but this is. I think when you're passionate passionate enough about something you're GonNa go you know and when when it hits this deep into your soul. Yeah you know and and you know that there's injustice you're gonNA push you're going to yell you're going to scream and the more people come back at me. The louder I I mean I do have several people that have decided to attach themselves and say horrible things and Moma thing I could come back with. Is The true facts that I have. I've never changed my story. So people can say all they want they can attack you all they want they. Can you know scream? And discredit and do whatever they want but what they don't have is what we have. Which is the true that we have the black and white facts. And that's what you'll see me put out there. Black and white backs don't lie. That's like one of my favorite things because it's true people are case in in In what we're doing like you as well with the death of your and what your parents have to go through with black and white backs right there. We're the ones who were in the meetings and exactly and these people out here don't know what we know. They don't know the meetings that we have been in. They weren't Sitting Down with the corner and the Jala just in the detectives and all these they weren't in those conversations did it and hear what we have heard and what we're told but they wanna just like you know put it out there you know to discredit us and make us crazy. Which hey we are crazy. We can't help it. Y- we weren't crazy but this'll make you crazy and you know like you said am I crazy There are days. I think that I'm like am. I really crazy for discontinuing that should I keep going and then and then I'll see something about my son and I'm like no I'm WanNa keep going and nobody can silence me I. You can't silence me have an. I want you cry but I'm going to say something that might in like okay capable. Everybody I think in the world and I might cry talking about this. Everybody in the world wants to know that somebody cares enough about them to fight for them. You're fighting for your son that's true you know. And and you're doing so much for him and for his memory by what you do. It's just it's just incredible like the love that you have and the love of a mother. I know that just wrong bond but the amount of love you have to continue fighting for him is huge. I'm just I WANNA honor that. I want to respect that because I know it's not easy. No and thank you. Bless your heart Thank you It's true my love for my son is just as strong today. As the day he was born at the day he died. There's nothing different except I can't predict that love back to him. I can't Can't hug him and tell him I have to talk to the guy or else the assigned and I'll think thanks bubby. You know I just you know. They give me signs signs. Do you get signs. I assign you know and you do the one. I see that I'm like oh just I miss him. You know when I talk about him I I just I missed. I just miss him being in our lives we all do. Yeah so I don't mean to cry. Sorry y'all but apologize for you've done nothing wrong. I'm sorry I made you cry but I just had to say that I feel I feel strongly. It's so it's amazing and I'm I'm blown away I'd like to move into the circumstances around his death as much as you're willing to share again I don't want traumatize you more than you've already been is but I do think it's important to get his story out there And I understand that because it's not all there's some things that you can't say I get it if you don't mind share what you can about what happened to her. Okay Y- you know When you said it wasn't solved in twenty eighteen Howard County I call it the Hail Mary Attempt last attempt to shut me up. And they they closed. Tenors case on a theory That had no forensic background or evidence to back it up They just did it to shut me up. And it's obvious 'cause they had an investigation. I'm kind of going backwards. If that makes sense okay so kind of that way I can get this part of the way In Two thousand eighteen it was twenty seventeen when we really I kinda got back but the detective a very strong individual who was really working tinners case with me and and this person. Sh you know. She just kept contacting. The HAS SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT CONTACTING PEOPLE. Making sure you know that communication open back up and the more she did the more we we had gotten that we realized that they really did not investigate. Tanner's death all those years up. Yes it was. I was so obvious and you know we asked for certain things and they couldn't provide them. I'll get back with you. You know the the same putting you off that we'd had for six years well. This girl became very very vocal of helping and cantor story. Took off and we were on several national shows in Canada Numerous podcast and and we were so close to Getting Tanner's case closed or on our theory which we we believe he was given a drug is what are and and We've had death. Investigators discuss it and the detective kept saying There was a college drug ten or took the college doug everybody kept trying to say was adderall and I mean we were like well. He didn't at all you know I mean. And then they said well. He had taken like three adderall Two or three all three days before he died to stay awake for a term paper So I'm kind of going backwards but I will be going back to the beginning but they said this dislike then. This'll kind of makes sense when I go back to the beginning of it and And they said You know his He'd taken off three days before he died. We said he had stayed up all night with a turn doing a term paper which he did three days prior He was at my sister's house. Who is a natural path which is holistic pet doctor.
"tanner" Discussed on True Consequences
"Off and then in I and then first grade he found football and he has loved football you know ever since and he played from first grade all the way up through into his freshman of college He did he he you know. He was a weightlifter He broke all the all the weightlifting records at his high school. He was a heavyweight wrestler Which was very it scared me because you have these two heavyweight wrestlers out there when they pick each other up on my good Lord know these are big you know I had. I had a hard time watching that or because I'm like don't you hurt my son. And here's he's struggling to. I'm like I wanted to get up and go. Whoop THEIR BUTT and get off. My son would that sport but he was very good at it. So you know. He did Put Well that kind of stuff in in track he. He was a amazing bowler. Like I've I've said before he yeah he he's self taught himself really And he he He will two perfect games by the time he was seventeen and he's only been born couple years. Yeah Yeah and we were so proud of him with that and he was a male cheerleader. Which you know ever guys green. He was all the girls loved him and he was a cheerleader for the basketball season. And he gosh what he was. In theater he was in Choir. He had an amazing voice And on top of all that you know he was extremely smart he he had gotten a Hit Gotten he was on the Dean's list his Freshman Year of college both semesters even after. He passed his grades. Were good enough. That he Yeah that he was on the Dean's list and He had a scholarship to play football and before that he had actually gone he was on the North South all stars which is a huge thing. Indiana I'm football huge in Indiana and he had a really big and there's a it's called North South. The Best of the best the best lineman or the best position play the south best position. Now cross the line. Then he made it and he was one of the top lineman state he was all state. He you know he just he was that kid that just he was just an amazing to me. He was an amazing Human being not just he just lives in a he. He was an all around good package. That sounds like he was very well rounded and You know really into things that he loved and wasn't afraid to live his life and that's that's really useful but not afraid to live A. He loved life. He was always just always happy. And you know jovial and joking and you know he was always playing jokes and tricks on people and just trust me. yes Yeah you know where they put the rubber band. Yeah this one. He got me on like He put the rubber band on the Sink Faucet on your and so when I went to turn the water on yeah I mean I was stopped because I was hurrying trying to get dishes started. And Yeah he laughed. I thought he was gonNA roll on the floor. Yeah you know he yeah he just he just a good kid who. I'm going to shift gears a little bit here. And we talked about who he was the person in what he meant to you and and it sounds like he meant a lot to you family and everybody around him and I told you before we a recording. The reason I do that. I think it's important for people to understand that you know dictums of murder are are people. They're not just a tick. They're not just station news. Headlines You know. Tanner was was a loved Connected human being and he deserved He deserves justice but he also been deserved for the stabbing him. And and I think it's really important that we talk about the fact that you know. There's a huge part of your life that's gone and And he's part of a bunch of people's lives. I'm sure you know. He touched somebody who does a lot of people. Oh Lord yes. He touched a lot. I mean seriously he he was. I mean when when he passed. And I'm GonNa tell you. We had to get the biggest church in coconuts. A town of sixty seventy thousand people we had we were told. Get the biggest church because the Outpouring and the of of people was had become so huge that when we had his viewing it was standing room. Only and this church was huge. It was standing room. Only yes and people were waiting hours. they It was set for six hours. It went well beyond that. So people just kept coming in. I was Pre I was exhausted To be honest I was out of it a lot and the next day his funeral or the the next day at his funeral They said well the the preacher he said you know. I've done a lot of funerals and never never have I seen so much testimony to the love of a child by looking out at all you. And he said he stood up. Look at all of you. Look how many people are connected with. Look how many people love to me? He goes this is like rock star status in his exact words. This is like rock star status that this kid is love this much and And then afterward I didn't know I was out of it like I said But the funeral director said you know after we had to stop putting flags you know how they put the flags on. So you're you know As you're going to the the Graveside funeral and said we had to put up flags after nine hundred cars. Wow he said that was. How many were in the procession? So nine hundred cars. Just that I mean that's just that doesn't include all the others that came in after or the people so he said I've never seen anything like this he goes. This child must've meant so much to so many people just look at So you know what he did he was he was just more than life he just he was so well loved the such a beautiful Beautiful customer to who he was the person and And to the love that not only that he gave but he he shares with everybody Then you have gotten incredible and I think everybody hopes and and wish to that. They're like will leave that kind of impression kind of legacy in the lives of others. That's just it's really beautiful. Michelle and Thank you for sharing that with me and with with my listeners. It's wow I'm I'm I'm touched does hearing that I'm plus Yeah and that just tells you what kind of a person what kind of person he really was. Because I could sit up here all day long and as a mom I can tell you how wonderful my children are as a mom but when you when you see that when you hear that and when people you look around and we were standing at the funeral there were people standing all around. They had a upper balcony. People were standing everywhere. 'cause there was no room to sit down But it's at his funeral and even the school came in and they had the choir there and I'm GonNa tell this one part that was so touching that day. Sorry I don't i. I haven't talked really about his funeral and I think that's very important that people here what we really go through. Because it's just not okay. He Guide you bury them. You go to celebration of their lives and and it gives meaning who they really were and His College football team all came and A big old busload. Here's all these big football players and it high school team and they all and I didn't know this was going to happen. I thought it was so just sit back and I think how amazing it was but they all stood around and they all came out of their seats and they all stood in knelt on one knee and they were leading the Lord's prayer and there's one final for t- enters though chest was beautiful and you know and and the testimonies of the people getting up so it was just. It was the saddest hardest day of my life but it also made me so proud and I love him so much so much and I would tell you for anybody who's really lost a child that that moment when it everybody's gone and you have to walk away from his casket and you'll you know you'll never ever ever see them again. Something the hardest thing aside from getting phone call is one of the hardest things you'll ever have to do my goes out to anybody that has to do that because that's the last time you'll ever see their face and so you've got to pull yourself away and that that was a very hard day for us. Yeah very hard day so I think that people that haven't experienced that really don't understand and and I appreciate that you pointed this out because it goes back to my point. You know if it's not just about the fact that somebody was lost. Yes that's that's a huge part of it but it's it's the people that are left behind and especially when you don't get justice and that is the worst feeling that you could have because the paint's never gonNa go away. The pain of loss is never going.
"tanner" Discussed on True Consequences
"Episode today. I wanted to take time to release this episode as a bonus episode because it isn't related to Mexico but it is a case that is pretty shocking and I wanted to give this person the opportunity to share her son's story. My guest today is Michelle Barton. And she's been fighting for justice for her son. Tanner for eight years. The circumstances around his death are very mysterious and my heart really goes out to her in her struggles to find justice for Tanner. Evan following her on twitter for a while now and I wanted to do something to help her out so I figured why not release a bonus episode for her. I have to policies for the sound quality. It's definitely not as good as it has been. And that's mostly due to the fact that we had to record by phone and as you can imagine the quality of a phone conversation is definitely not as good as somebody talking into a microphone so It does clear up towards the middle of the episode. But I think that it's really important that her story be told. And Tanner story be told because the more exposure she gets then. Hopefully that'll help put pressure on law enforcement to do something about this case so without further. Ado to the bonus episode of true consequences again. If you are a fan of this show please. Rate Subscribe in review on your favorite podcast. Or if you want to contribute to true consequences you can do so by going to patriotic dot com slash true consequences and there are a lot benefits to being a patron. My favorite one is that. I'll send you a sticker as well as a hand written note but you also get early access to episodes access to exclusive content related to the episodes and eventually there will be more benefits added to Patriot on another thing. I wanted to talk about is the fact that I'm going to be live streaming every Thursday eight o'clock mountain time ten o'clock eastern on get local. That's G. T. V. O. K. L. You can download the APP on your android or device or you can go to get vocal dot com and set up an account subscribed to consequences. You'll be able to participate with me. You could even get on camera and chat with me Or You can text. Chat with me on get vocal so come check it out. There will be a new topic every single week. Okay without further ADO. Let's get into the episode. I'm very excited to welcome. Michelle to True consequences today. How are you? Are you a great of doing good? You come very excited to have you here. I wanted to do this for a while and I wanted the region and ask you to share your story with us here on through consequences. I know it's not a new Mexican case. It's very close. Though you guys are are right next door to us in Texas right Yes yes. We are not as close as Areo and I are for malice. We're close don't you live in the same neighborhood? Yeah yes we do. We live a minute and a half away with the movie. I know she's amazing. So shout out to area Now real you and just so you know aerial going to be doing a guest spot on my show here in your future as well. So that's good good. Good good so Michelle First of all. Thank you for joining joining me here today. And thank you for taking the time to share your story. I know that you've been on an incredible journey and I'm sure that's an state now in terms of really fighting for justice. Tanner but I wanted to take a minute. And just have you talk a little. Bit About Tanner was the person. What tenement you and anything that you feel will help paint the picture of Penner. The human tenor the The Sun. The the brother thanks with Canada like There's so much to tell about him. Tanner who's born July? Second Nineteen ninety-two. Tanner Lane Barton. He just wasn't amazing kid. He was such kind little sweet kid he just he wanted to make everybody happy and that was like all. I mean as a child on up I never. I never had problems with him. He was just always kind and compassionate and thoughtful and even when his sister would you know God love her? She's a great kid but was she used to smack on when he was little and I know right yeah and she was like four and he was five or something you know. I'd say. Tanner stick up for yourself and he'd say it's. Okay Mommy this. He's not being mean to just to see yes and he would go hug. 'cause I was going to sweat a little behind and you know I mean he just her. I used to have to stick up for him because he was such a little Brat. And I love you Jameson. Shout Jameson it. That's just the kind of kitty was and as he got older. You know he became. He just was everybody's friend and he had so many friends and you know he he just He wanted to make everybody smile. He you know he just did everything he could to be that friend and he knew his Jesus and this is one thing. I don't know if I've really put that out there much. He really did know Jesus and he would send like when kids were having a hard time and down this after he passed You know you go through their things. And like I've said before I felt like I was invading his privacy but there were things that we just had to go through to. You know for the investigation and I was. Yeah and I'm I'm just so proud of him he would he would send. I'm biblical scripture to kids. Who were having a rough day or he would pray for them before they had to take a test and you know in his Bible he he. He marked certain scriptures and he would live by them. I mean he wasn't yes and he wasn't scared to wear his Got Jesus shirt you know. And instead of the got milk got Jesus He. He was He just was God. You guessed with the sports or any kind of extra activities that he liked to deal with anything that he loves. Aside from healthy people and making people feel good which is amazing and its own but was there anything he was really into excited about. You know yes. He started playing but I would tell you. He started playing his first sport. 'cause my husband and I are both bowlers. Were both Softball he's He was baseball. He played Pro Ball. I play. We both played college. So we're both into like baseball softball. So we tried to get him out or baseball. Yeah and that was a bust and you know he's like that was his game so then we tried soccer and You know and this is a funny story. I got tell real quick All the kids were and he was like four four five and all the kids were like run down to to you know. I'm not a soccer. I don't understand soccer but they were down at the other opposing side and tender. Stay down down. You know at his side. And he wasn't a golden and I said we're like ten or what are you doing? He goes why run down. They're gonNA come back Mommy. Okay check that one off going to be a soccer player so also pretty logical right right. He's like why exert energy mommy they're going to become a basically they're going to be coming right back. Mommy so those sports cross.
"tanner" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"Tanner and I knew from run and run this card be a year it's a it's a good piece and he brings a L. quality quality Kerr the track that. will run on nine is reliable and has has beaten in need doesn't. anything crazy you know the. it's always it's always cool run with Tanner and I imagine it must take it must take a must be pretty comfortable with your set up do you don't cry don't have to do a lot to it. yeah you know I mean as I can is you know showed up and brought my seat my gear bag in yeah we we rolled in with all his set up in his shocks and you know everything he last night was the. well the little bit of a a curve ball it they had some monsoon weather role in in so we get talas went straight to qualifying he and citing getting lots in the car you know the first time Tanner set of four ten in that car so it's kind of new to him too and. this demonstrates the qualifying has a little snug for me I don't like a real tight race cars of. you know you'd be ranch style nine news you got it obviously pretty good for the future. well you know I mean I know you don't want to hear this is but you're a racers racer I mean you're the type of driver they could get into a car and even though it's not your car you can figure out how to squeeze the most you can out of it and you've been doing that for what how many years. well I've been running sprint cars now in the world two thousand ten so nine years now yeah nine year old while I know but but every time I talked to you Everytime Scott post something on on social media you're right there I mean you're either when it or you're at least in the top five from what I've seen I mean I look at your whole lay out but you just seem to me and I've always been impressed by you as a racers racially you're the kind of guy if I decided I was going to get into racing you'd probably the guy I would hire because you take all the guesswork out of driving I mean unless there's a mechanical issue there's a real good chance you're gonna win and I think that's due to seek time consistency Erin your head screwed on right. electrician at that now well we started our our family program you know back in two thousand ten with this deal and he and we were quite a few years where we just ran you know kind of mid pack in well I no figure hello there on you know and then how to drive these sayings and. a couple years ago for some reason has everything you know some some in my head click that thank you and now I cannot figure out that to a qualifying deal if we can get rid of that you know for up to me yeah what would you what would you say I mean have you I'm sure you've thought about on a regular basis what would you say was the turning point to your career. it. you know I I I don't really know. you know I had a big crash. it was the that was a part of it yeah I don't want to say I was scared or some before you know but I had that big crash it'll nationals and like two thousand fourteen now and spend a couple days a hospital one nine then whatever reason the year after everything to start a role on. charter the maybe jarred something loose in your head there's the game you that. people hi my name. who is this ran. there you go. and it's funny because you when you talk to drivers well you know that all of a sudden it's just like wow to turn around and you know I can do anything wrong I mean I qualify well everything's going well I haven't got any mishaps yeah I know if people get on it if people could figure out motor sports and racing they make a lot of money but I don't think anybody really understands it tomorrow yeah no kidding huh yeah I really don't think they understand it it's it's totally insane so how you doing sponsor wise we got. reporter good sponsor wise you know we we got a. all are all our a. we got a lot of a lot of guys have been on board for a long time with me and the and the ninety one car in the forms team age the industries and burst racing bike a bridge Fisher they have a. all all three of those guys have been on board just thousands day one of the steel and continue to reporter and understand understood when we decided that no Parker stuff for the rest of the year and you know kind of you know we we have some maintenance do and can I get our stuff right again so. there's there's still a. their their use for the mind that one be in position I am right now for the for those guys so. sure what now what do you do what do you do with the ninety one are you going to are you going to do an extensive. a remake or you just gonna do just general maintenance. yeah we yeah we just got to go through everything all or you know the California spirit week we we got three and you know we had one and. I need a car we got a you know two cars Klay cars and we had a spare and we'll go from a gallon from there within you know what I want to put back in a car. is that the one of those weeks here our we gotta kinda you know go through everything and you know the last couple months it's been a little rough you know killing the car went back to Indiana the teacher to begin with right now we kill the car back there so it's just a little rebuilding and just get this tell our stuff freshen up in and come back strong next year yeah you just want to go I mean you know people don't realize what you got to change everything that's a where item you gotta do tie rod and you got the ball joints differential because I mean you put that card through its paces let me tell you I mean it and the I mean you want to you want to be fresh. yeah yeah you gotta keep stuff resume many many sorry and stuff that you know little old on the car you know the the. if people don't realize how expensive these things really are you know. yeah if you're kind of trash in this to get them together and you know I Paul dollar hime breaks or something you know it's you Junker car here yeah the. the thousand dollar roller for you know the twelve dollar parts of it this is stuff like that we get a kind of you know didn't go through and and try to get our no some some finance finances back in line sure you know we it's it's been a rough couple months so but you know I'm I'm. glad that we got a got some opportunities to finish out the year down other people's stuff and what will keep racing this year and you know work on our stuff for next year well I'm gonna bug you again when you get the ninety one all the way you want it let me give me an ETA on when you think you'll ever ready answers I'd love to get that car on on K. U. S. I. T. V. you give your sponsors some TV time and you and your crew I mean so whenever you're ready to pull the trigger on that bad boy and and get some air time I'm I'm happy to do it for you. yeah yeah of course will be in touch for sure sure so yeah so what's your what's your long term goal I mean how old are you. twenty eight now your way yeah you still got plenty left so are you guys still just can leave this as a kind of a semi hobby are you are you would you like to go pro. yeah well we'll see. I've I've always said since day one you know but if the opportunity comes up I wouldn't say now course yeah I had to set some can be it can be been able to grasp rent cars almost every weekend so. that's no kids plus I'm I'm more and have been doing on their own yeah you're totally blasted the right drives or or or the other did drive in and drive those are really cool to where you don't have to do anything. yeah I only got to do that three years in a row I got to do that the court out of speed festival and I was so spoiled there was no way I was going to go get a card work on it myself I was. it was terrible. a lot of work. two did said people have no I DO and it is now one thing it's another even though it's a small card is not a lot of moving parts there's a lot of moving parts. there's a lot of maintenance that goes and sure enough to drive you crazy and by the way thank you very much for calling in I've got to get you some racer radio stickers for the ninety one car so I'm one of bugs goddam get your all mail in the hammer that he's and give it to you. yeah court. it will come out in without any right any number forty two next week in.