35 Burst results for "Ted K"
Sen. Ted Cruz: Why Isn't Biden, Harris, & Co. At the Southern Border?
"More on Ted Cruz cut 7 go And I have to say I am angry Because this is deliberate This is a decision that was made by president Joe Biden and Kamala Harris and congressional Democrats to open up the border to what is nothing less than an invasion Ask yourself vice President Biden not here Why is Kamala Harris not here Why is Elizabeth Warren not here Why is AOC She still owns the white pants suit Why is she not here with her head buried in her hands Because they don't give a damn about the dead bodies 6 weeks ago I asked secretary Maurice how many migrants died in the past year crossing illegally He said I don't know The numbers 853 But he can't be bothered to worry about that It's so true It's so true
Sen. Ted Cruz Calls Out Phony Journalism on Border Crisis
"So there's senator Ted Cruz who's been fighting this left and right He's actually on the border yesterday and there's a reporter Much like we had that reporter remember when comer was done Talking about all the shell corporations What about Trump Because this is phony journalism today Listen to this Ted Cruz cut 6 go Let me ask you something Let me ask you something What right of illegal immigration do we have in 2020 Do you know anything I asked your question in office Do you know anything How long have you been I've been in office 11 years now Okay Except your okay you don't get to argue with me You asked your question You asked your question You don't want to hold a press conference You can do it over there You want to hold a press conference you can do it over there How are you So hold on I'm going to answer his question The talking point of the Democrats which this media reporter happily parrots Is gosh the problem can't be fixed There's one little problem with that it is an utter and complete lie in 2020 The last year the Trump presidency we had the lowest rate of illegal immigration in 45 years You ask what have I done I've championed the men and women of border patrol I've championed securing the border A champion remained in Mexico and we turn this problem around and solved it and we went from Joe Biden inherited the lowest rate of illegal immigration in 45 years and the first day in office He made political decisions to cause this problem and you should be ashamed of yourself because you're a reporter and you're not reporting facts You're telling lies That a boy But he's not ashamed of himself He'll get a Pulitzer
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Sen. Ted Cruz Erupts on Reporter's Democratic Talking Points at Border
"I'll share with you the frustration of senator Ted Cruz. He got real fired up. He's at the border, and he got into a one on one with somebody who was challenging him on the Republicans and the and the border. Listen to this. Let me ask you something. Let me ask you something. What rate of alien immigration do we have in 2020? But you have the thing. I asked your question in office. Do you know anything? How long have you been in? I've been in office 11 years now. I think the calendar in multiple administration accepts your okay, you don't get to argue with me. You ask your question. You ask your question. You don't want to hold a press conference. You can do it over there. You want to hold a press conference, you can do it over there. How are you? So hold on. I'm going to answer his question. The talking point of the Democrats, which this media reporter happily parrots is gosh, the problem can't be fixed. There's one little problem with that it is an utter and complete lie. In 2020, the last year of the Trump presidency, we had the lowest rate of illegal immigration in 45 years. You ask what have I done? I've championed the men and women of border patrol. A champion securing the border, a champion remain in Mexico, and we turn this problem around and solved it and we went from Joe Biden inherited the lowest rate of illegal immigration in 45 years and the first day in office. He made political decisions to cause this problem. And you should be ashamed of yourself because you're a reporter and you're not reporting facts. You're telling lies.
Biden WH Wants to Expel Reporters Who Don't 'Act Professionally'
"Now the Biden White House according to Fox wants to revise rules for who can attend press briefings and news conferences What do you think about that judge Who do you think it aimed at You think it's saved at the sycophantic press Think it seemed that the New York slimes of the Washington compost with a crap news network or MS LSD kirstjen Now White House informed reporters in a notice Friday that credentials known as hard passes Will be revoked under the new rules of a journalism doesn't act in a professional manner With written warnings for violations followed by suspensions and bans for repeat offenders How come that doesn't violate the First Amendment Oh I forgot This is Biden not Trump Today news Africa reporter Simon atiba who's drawn attention by sometime shouting to press secretary Karin John Pierre In the back of the briefing room objects to the policy course it aimed at him named Fox it seemed that anybody who takes her on it she is a complete idiot She is a complete propagandist One of the worst press secretaries in history Washington Post noted that the rules represent the Biden White House's attempt to establish a code of conduct To avoid the legal jeopardy that the Trump administration ran into when it banished CNN reported Jim Acosta in journalists Brian Curran whoever that is from The White House complex in 2018 and 19 It's good to hear that The White House is looking to establish some objective standards governing White House press passes says Ted putros the lawyer who defended the Costa told the post but he called the proposed rules unduly
AP News Radio
Rep. George Santos charged in web of fraud, including stealing from campaign to buy designer clothes
"Republican congressman George Santos has been charged in a web of fraud, including stealing from his campaign to buy designer clothes. Santos faces charges of wire fraud money laundering, theft of public funds and making false statements to Congress and indictment states he stole from his campaign and took undeserved unemployment benefits. The Republican household ready took away his committee assignments, majority leader Steve scalise. There is a legal process that charges just came out. We just saw some of them this morning. And so in America, there's a presumption of innocence, but they're serious charges. He's going to have to go through the legal process. But democratic representative Ted lieu says the house can do more if the GOP wants to. The house is not a criminal court of law. The house has its own rules, the house can choose to expel a member. The Republican has already admitted to lying about things from his education to employment, Julie Walker, New York
The Charlie Kirk Show
How Democrats Changed the Game for Supreme Court Nominations
"Left has hated clarence Thomas since the moment George H. W. Bush to his credit, nominated him to go to the U.S. Supreme Court. Now, remember, Supreme Court hearings used to not be very contentious. Used to be 98 nothing and 72 ten kind of boring, you know, okay, great. Passerby. But then the Democrats decided across the Rubicon. The Democrats decided to derail one of president Ronald Reagan's nominees. The great Robert bork. Robert bork should have been on the U.S. Supreme Court. He was an unbelievable writer. He knew the constitution through and through, but they went after him, and they went after him very, very hard. They, not just condemned him, they mocked him. They made him seem like a radical, which he wasn't. He was a thoughtful, reasonable person. And the term borking, a nominee, was born. That you could derail a nomination. And they tried to do this Kavanaugh, by the way, and they were unsuccessful. And basically they were able to consolidate 58 Democrats to 42 Republicans to reject a Supreme Court nominee the first of which in over 50 years to be rejected by the U.S. Senate. Joe Biden was the instrumental person. He was the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee and derailed Robert bork's attempt to go on the U.S. Supreme Court. Play cut one 19. As a nationally known jurist and legal scholar, Robert bork was a mainstay of conservative jurisprudence for more than half a century. Those views fueled a Titanic struggle over his 1987 nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court, a fight that became a seminal moment in altering the process for all future nominees. Bork's Supreme Court confirmation hearings unfolded in September 1987, and heralded a historic struggle over the ideological composition of the federal courts. The judges responsibility is to discern how the framers values defined in the context of the world they knew. Apply in the world we know. Brilliant, Ted Kennedy, who was an evil person. How many times can you say chappaquiddick? Was involved. Joe Biden was involved. The same cabal. They never go away.
The Eric Metaxas Show
Cal Thomas: "Once in a While... I Learned Some Things From Liberals"
"I'm talking to my friend Cal Thomas, and you get to listen. It's kind of crazy. Cal, you have a new book out called a watchman in the night, what you've seen over 50 years reporting on America. We were just talking about Kitty Carlisle Hart. I don't believe she's featured in the book. That's why we're talking about her. Because people will buy the book. And they're not going to hear about kitty Carlos. So now is the time for us to talk about that. But you had the privilege of meeting her and getting to know her a little bit. And she really was kind of one of those iconic New York Grande dames, which neither of us is, let's be honest. Well, that's true. One of the lessons that I've learned over the years, Eric is if you want to get a hearing, you have to not just ingratiate yourself to people of a different political or social persuasion, but actually take an interest in them. It's why I counted people like Ted Kennedy, as my friend, I got endorsements for the book from Henry Lewis Gates at Harvard, a friend of Obama and pat sajak, the host of wheel of fortune. So that pretty much runs the political gamut from left to right. But we spend so much time these days attacking each other and throwing rhetorical bombs at each other. We don't persuade any one of the correctness of our point of view when we label other people and call them names. So I try to take the time to develop relationships with people on what we call the other side, although they're my fellow Americans. And that has opened up a whole new world of communication, listening by them and listening by me. And once in a while, not often, I actually learned some things from liberals.
The Eric Metaxas Show
Floyd Brown Fights Back Against the Evil January 6 Narrative
"Let's welcome back talking to Floyd Brown, the book is counter punch. And unlikely alliance of Americans fighting back for faith and freedom. So Floyd, you were just talking about the January 6th narrative. And I can't get it through my head. How a lot of people that we thought were on our side, some people who were friends of mine still believe the lie, the fake narrative of January 6th, they're not doing a darn thing to help people languishing in D.C. jails. This is as evil as it gets in the United States of America. This was pushed by many Republicans, even some really good Republicans like Ted Cruz, you know, kind of gave lip service to it like, oh yeah, it was terrible things happened. Show me the terrible things. What are you talking about? This nonsense, if this is, in case anybody has read my von off for book, this is the Reichstag fire. This is a government taking advantage of a chaotic situation to demonize their enemies in a way that had never been done in the history of the United States before. So please continue. No, you're absolutely right. And as I was saying, the morning after Tucker showed just a little bit of that January 6 footage. And so we have to realize there are facts and then there are fake facts. And for the last few years, since January 6th, we have gotten nothing but the fake facts. And so Tucker finally was going to show us some of the real facts and what happened. The next morning, you expect Chuck Schumer to go to the well of the Senate and denounce Tucker Carlson. And that lovely nasal voice he has denounced the evils of Rupert Murdoch, but right after him was Mitch McConnell, who did the same thing. And then they were followed by a group of Republican senators, all spouting the same thing, this completely false narrative. And it's as if they don't understand what was going on.
AP News Radio
Second straight collapse caps Bucks' stunningly early exit
"Milwaukee Bucks star Jana Santa kumpo is taking a big picture approach to his team's stunning first round loss to the Miami Heat in the NBA playoffs. After the 8th seeded heat ended the top seeded bucks season with a one 28 one 26 overtime loss in game 5 Wednesday on ted-talks answer to a reporter's question about whether or not the team season was a failure went viral. There's no failure in sports. You know there's good days, bad days, some days you are able to be successful. So this is not. Antenna Cooper averaged 23.3 points and 11 rebounds over three games in the series, while missing two games with a back injury. I'm geffen coolbaugh
The Dan Bongino Show
Oliver Darcy: Tucker Carlson Made Sean Hannity Look Like a Moderate
"Here's a clown at CNN He used to pretend to be a conservative Oliver Darcy He already gets it He's got it down He's already he thinks he's noticed the wink and the nod here Check this out Listen He is so extreme I mean the things that he was doing on this program make Sean Hannity look like a moderate I mean it started off more as he was a mainstream conservative figure but he has really been radicalized in recent years and he's also radicalized his audience I mean the things that were promoted on his show used to be what you would see on InfoWars which is that far right company hosted and founded by Alex Jones He was also facing over a $1 billion in legal problems but it was being mainstream to the Fox News audience which is obviously very dangerous And so it's potentially possible that Fox thinks it can get away with some more like Sean Hannity who promotes a lot of conspiracy theories himself but is a little bit more mainstream not as radical as talking Do you understand they had the exact opposite position Just a few years ago when John was backing Donald Trump and a lot of mainstream Republicans were backing Ted Cruz they had the exact opposite position Oh my gosh these other people on Fox are okay but how did he so crazy This is what they do They flipped the script based on who's got raiden
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
Acquitted Pro-Life Activist Mark Houck Reveals Details of His Trial
"Mark, you talked about this harrowing raid by the FBI, you go to trial. Now, as I understand it, the essential absurdity of the whole situation is that the face act is about protecting women who are accessing, reproductive services, but am I right that this guy was not at the time escorting anyone per se. So no reproductive services were being interfered with by you or your son, talk about how the trial went to just give us a summary and talk about what you felt as you were going through this and what the jury decided in the end. Sure. So you're exactly right. There was no women involved or men at the time of the altercation. The motive was that the government was trying to prove was that beyond a reasonable doubt was that I was trying to stop this man from doing reproductive healthcare work. Now, the face act says that a volunteer escort per Ted Kennedy and when they institute this bill, is that it does not apply to escorts and even people on the sidewalk. It applies to people in the building. So they had to prove in the court to the jury of my peers that this was what my intention was in pushing him. Which was not, of course, because I was a father just protecting my son. So I looked at the trial and advanced the trial as a journey of the stations of the cross. And so when we got to the trial, we were at station ten and it was a strip Jesus was being stripped of his garments. And so I experienced the passion of Jesus very quickly in about four days at the trial. And it was very interesting. Jury selection, almost all the jury members were supportive of a Planned Parenthood when we were doing our pre screening of them. They all seem to support that. So it didn't really seem to be reflective of my peer group. But nonetheless, they were very objective. And they were honest. And they saw it for what it was, that this was just a shove. It happens every day, pretty much on the street of Philadelphia. And the trial was very interesting. We saw that Planned Parenthood destroyed evidence. We saw that the FBI's investigation was very tainted and skewed. And really biased. And so there was a lot of discrimination against me to put me in this situation.
AP News Radio
Why are there so many good TV shows to watch right now?
"Why are there too many TV shows to choose from right now? For years, network TV had its classic season ending cliffhangers, streamers and premium cables are rolling out their big guns with shows like Succession. Everything I've done in my life, I've done for my children. And Ted Lasso. Rachel. Oh. Rock can't just say great job. Network TV is going for the ratings. Joyce ng, senior editor of the Hollywood award centric website gold Derby, says streamers and premium cable are looking at the May 31st deadline for Emmy consideration. Obviously, there's TV year round, a lot of great TV year round. But it's very back loaded in the last three months of the eligibility period, like the spring. Some shows like Squid Game premiered in the fall and had to wait about a year to win an Emmy for best series. I'm Ed Donahue
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Victor Davis Hanson: Changing the Process, Not the Result
"I think on my show, when I take calls from all over the country, people seem to be as frustrated with the relative silence, the lack of a response from Republican leaders like Mitch McConnell over what we're witnessing, what we're experiencing. You see the usual fighters, the sharp elbowed Ted Cruz's and Jim Jordan's, but one of the Giants of the U.S. Senate, Mitch McConnell, has been practically mom on all of this. Are you as shocked by that as I am? I think their attitude is a concentrating on the personalities rather than the principles. And their way of thinking, the Democrats have relieved them of women of an obstacle, a challenge, maybe even they think an embarrassment, and they're not necessarily upset. And they fail to realize that it transcends, even their loathing of Donald Trump, because if they get away with this and I think they're going to get away with it, then there's all sorts of ramifications that no president will be safe upon retirement. No president will be safe at anything he's done. And each party will try to warp or manipulate the primary selection process of their opponents. We saw with Russian collusion, but this is on steroids. So everything is fair game now. I think Mitch McConnell doesn't quite realize that they're changing the process, not the result, they want the change the result, but they're changing the process. He should speak out. Oh, I know that he thinks they're taking Trump off his hands, so to speak, but they're not doing that. They're destroying the viability of the constitutional system.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
A Warning to Democrats for Opening the Flood Gates
"There is no turning back. Am I exaggerating when I say that? I want you to hear one of the serious people behind this prosecution of Donald Trump, who right now, as we speak, is still in his New York residence, Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue in New York City. I was there last night. I talked to a number of people outside. Trump Tower, I talked to a number of NYPD officers, all the cops are with him. I mean, it was remarkable to see all these police officers express support for president Trump. There were a number of people I was actually shocked at all the people in the crowd who are sympathetic and supportive of president Trump. Wasn't a whole lot of Trump hatred outside Trump Tower now. I was there a little bit later in the evening, but I think America is witnessing this, and even if you don't like Trump, you can't like where this is headed. And incidentally, I say this not without any sense of vindication or trying to be mean spirited. He Democrats, you're next. You're next. Because you've broken the seal now. You want to go down this road? Then Republicans are going to have to play this game as well. And if you think people like Jim Jordan and Ted Cruz aren't capable of getting into this kind of fight, think again. You don't think there's conservative judges in America? Don't worry, your time is coming. Because if you're going to play this game, then we're going to have to dance.
AP News Radio
Webby Award nominations for Harry Styles, Lizzo, Post Malone
"Musician lizzo comedian Trevor Noah and the cast of Ted Lasso are among the nominees for webby awards, which recognize the best Internet content and creators on marches are a letter with the latest. Lizzo's watch out for the big girls show was nominated for a webby, Trevor Noah has been nominated for the segment's film between scenes at The Daily Show. The Ted Lasso cast was nominated for its collaboration with FIFA 23. The social media accounts of Stephen Colbert, Jennifer Garner and lupita nyong'o are nominated. Other nominees include Harry Styles, AirPods commercial, and the corn loving kid from recess therapy. The international academy of digital arts and sciences will announce the winners on April 25th, winners will give acceptance speeches of 5 words during a gala on May 15th in New York.
Alejandro Mayorkas Refuses to Admit There's a Crisis on the Border
"Alejandro mariachis Is the secretary of Department of Homeland Security He was the deputy secretary under Obama He's the secretary under Biden You can see the ancestral relationship Or even the incestuous relationship Between Biden and Obama and their staffs Staff and faction of USB So all the radical commies that were in the Obama administration have gotten bigger jobs in the Biden administration The run in circles around this nut But there was a hearing today in Ted Cruz boy when he's on his game there's nobody is good There just isn't So I thought you'd enjoy this You ready Cut 16 go Is there a crisis at our southern border Senator there is a very significant that's a yes or no question It's a very sweet Is there a crisis Senator there's a very significant challenge I think your microphone is not on There is a very significant challenge that we are facing Yes or no Is there a crisis I believe I've addressed that question So you're refusing to answer Senator there is a very significant challenge Will you answer the crisis Therefore we are dedicating the resources Okay so you're refusing to answer well secretary mayorkas I'll tell you someone who is willing to answer which is your and President Biden's chief of the border patrol in a sworn deposition in July of 2022 when asked would you agree chief Ortiz at the southern border is currently in crisis answer yes Notice none of those wiggle words none of that equivocation Suspect now just right down Our southern border yes or no Senator I'm very proud to work alongside you refused to answer God these guys are unbelievable I think The thing you do in my bed working along the stage can you do
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
GOP Presidential Hopefuls Prepare for Trump
"Washington Post GLP 2024 hopefuls grapple with how to take on Trump. Now they don't. They're waiting. They don't make any decisions yet. They're just going to rate. The one and only I note this is a political note. One of the country's finest political minds Phil Cox has already working for Ron DeSantis and then Jeff Rowe, who was the political agenda Glenn youngkin and to Ted Cruz, has opened a super PAC that's going to support Ron DeSantis. So maybe pay attention to a detail like that.
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Robyn Pfaffman: Abrupt Events Surrounding Potential Trump Indictment
"Happening in New York. It's something's going on. They canceled the grand jury for the day. There's a lot of rumblings that things are taking a very bad turn for the DA and nobody really knows what's going on. What do you make of all this? Well, it's interesting. So Alvin Bragg, out of the blue, suddenly the indictment is on ice. Can you imagine the faces of the managers at the mainstream media in the newsroom when they learned this was in the last couple of hours that, oh, nothing's happening today. It's on ice again. We told all the grandeurs to sit down at home and not to come in. I mean, the faces on the managers of the libs that run the country's newsrooms. I could just literally see their faces because all they want to do is get Trump, get Trump, get Trump, you know, it almost reminds me Todd of like, remember back in the day like the hostage crisis, day one, day two, you know, Ted Koppel and nightline, day three is Trump going to be arrested in handcuffs. And it's interesting to me because I think Todd, you know, just off the top of my mind is I say to you all the time and to your audience, they don't understand Trump. This guy is in his late 70s. What is the 76, 78 somewhere in there? Trump has zero to lose. He's a millionaire. He's had his three wives is 5 kids, lost count on the grandkids. I think at last count there's ten. And then, you know, so it's like arrest me. I dare you. Just do it. And he's, you know, kind of called their bluff. I think he's just put a pin in their Goodyear blimp balloon and the whole thing has gone poof. It's very anti climatic. I really, really think it's one of these arrest me, I dare you. He's going the full queens on them. You
53/39 Cycling Podcast
"ted k" Discussed on 53/39 Cycling Podcast
"It seems that it's becoming more common to see world tour riders whether it's the men's or women's peleton taking that transition into the gravel quote unquote alternative scene. I mean you think we're going to see that become more common like will we see more world tour teams follow. How e f has created a an alternative schedule for their riders. One of a few million dollar questions. My my crystal ball tells me that in america. that won't take place at least not anytime soon. E bringing one or two writers track bring one or two riders from their world programs. I think that works well in the in the states. I can never see to kuna quickstep showing up at a gravel race except how we see. What is it. true bro. Leone like gravel is is beginning. It's very nascent in europe not to say that american grammar racing has that much more history. But it's it's so young in europe that's where with the advent. I mean better time than today the ucla announcing that there's gonna be a gravel world series primarily in europe. Think it's it will have much more of that race pension in europe than than we have here in the states maybe any will be on board since switched to disc brakes. Yeah exactly who honestly who knows. It's it's really hard to see. It's really hard to say. My personal hope is. It doesn't get taken over by by hell-bent racers amino acid question awhile ago about about training in gravel and one thing that i like. I stopped training. When i came over to gravel and to do this him bastard thing like i ride a bike because i love riding a bike but i would. I gave up intervals. Agadir gave up the the regiment. I stopped having coach up. Logging my training all that stuff then. How many years later. As a result of these guys coming directly from the world tour in claiming that they're going to ruin gravel. Pete do now step up my game again. Residual fitness will only take you so far especially now six years removed from the world tour. So you know if we're purely racing road bikes off road. That's i think it comes back to the culture of the fun the masses. I mean these events bring two thousand and three thousand people and it's a very very small group that is on the point out of the race and so it's it's really cool that the masses are there and that's reciprocal because the the front of the race likes being the racist a whole lot of people and that's where they want to perform and the whole lot of people to know what happened to the front of the ray. So it's it's just this big synergistic amoeba of of how these races are gonna unfold. So you you kind of alluded to earlier but you know obviously with it becoming a little bit more racy in some respects and our race not racy race ish. No that's okay with i mean. Is there any like worry or concern that you see is gonna come in and just kind of ruined the gravel atmosphere or you know as being americans just like us they and you're like you know will handle the fun here big time. Yeah i've been to meetings hosted by usa cycling. what a year and a half ago Where we're at that point. they said. Hey you know there's there's almost there is an inevitability to it use the. Ucla is coming like it or not. How do you want to be involved in this..
53/39 Cycling Podcast
"ted k" Discussed on 53/39 Cycling Podcast
"That of launched me into the place i am in the sport and it's interesting because i feel like the sport has has followed suit and by no means said like. I'm if it weren't me i think it would be somebody else it's almost like gravel hasn't inevitability to it because it is so much fun at is so gravitating it's welcoming to. It's yeah it doesn't matter if you've got great kid or terrible kit. Or i mean everything i understand about. The big gravel events is. Yeah there's a there's a small group that's using it as a race but so many other people. It's just it's a it's a big group ride and you know i mean i remember podcast from was it earlier this year. Where you're at the finish line and every time someone who across the finish line i could hear in the background people sharon on and this was well after the you know. The race was officially over. Because the pros were all finished but like that welcoming atmosphere is something. I think the the roadside needs to get back to. Yeah i mean. i think something. You'd talk about often. Gravel is if democratization of it. So if you are dropped from the lead group at ten minutes into the race your with your people in your with what. Whatever fitness group demographic. You're meant to be with and you're gonna ride with them over the next two three five ten hours. Now if you're in a road race in your ten minutes and you may as well save time and go back to your cargo home that it's it's cool where you fit in where you're supposed to fit in in gravel that and i think that that speaks of the walkman nature it speaks to the the fun of it. The i love what the williams brothers are doing for credit racing in america if anywhere in the world credit racing is going to succeed. It's going to be here in the states. And it takes that lively energy that they have but absolute if you see a crit. I mean i feel like every downtown in america needs a criteria. And that's just fun to see but if you see a crit you're not in cycling at all you watch somebody crashing corner to in lose wada skin and swear like that. That's not necessarily appealing. I i feel like chris in time trouser. They're not they're going to be a draw for certain small demographic with the masses aren't gonna be interested whereas like you said. Kit is unimportant showing your jeans and cowboy those those are some of the people you gotta watch out for that they show up on a single speed huffy from twenty years ago and they got cut off jean shorts and not non cycling shoes and they're the ones leading they torture. It's crazy it's a it's funny. Say that added t t this summer and i showed up in you know. Wait in line to get to the starting gate and the one woman turns around looks at mitch looks at my bike and because you know you could get a few more watts. If you had a revenue covers. It was shoe covers. And i was like okay. The biggest issue is the the human above the saddle lately. Cinderblock i am. I'm shaped like a cinderblock. I'm not exactly what you would call it traditional cyclist and she just looked at me. She's and i was like it doesn't matter i was like i'm here for. I'm i'm ready to do this. And like i just wanted to do. Not and we found achieved bike. And hey what's it irked. Yeah run what you brung. Yeah exactly now ted..
53/39 Cycling Podcast
"ted k" Discussed on 53/39 Cycling Podcast
"I can kind of eat away. Some people do better than others. Sure i mean. I i would love coming back for to a california tour colorado utah. Because of that point. I became sort of the ambassador for the team. We had a lot of training camps in california and a member of taking as friends or the folks at eight g. and so. I got us i on the floor. At a clippers verse lakers game and then went up to the owners box seats. And you know vincenza Boss just their saga. Like blown away with these connections. And i mean i'm i'm not saying that you brag because it is a it's sort of dumb luck that the owners of ag avenue like cycling. And i happen to know who they are and so they opened the door to this opportunity but basa was just blown away. He's like ted. Anytime you come to italy. I can help you get to any professional. Sporting event hit a f..
53/39 Cycling Podcast
"ted k" Discussed on 53/39 Cycling Podcast
"Let's do welcome to fifty three thirty nine. Podcast about cycling. For cyclists by non pros. Let's get to it. Walk into the show ted. Glad to finally have you on super happy that you agreed to talk to us my pleasure. I'm appreciative of your patients for allowing me. The time to figure out life for a good period of time here. Thanks guys thanks for coming said so. I've been falling you for quite some time. And i i know that so nick and just kind of the arc of your career super interesting and i i love the you know everything from the pro career to gravel and you know what you're doing with untapped now and it's all awesome especially the untapped waffles their treatment but you know obviously you gotta start somewhere but where did you kinda get started with cycling in and find your love for it yeah. I grew up in a small town in new hampshire and rode my bike to school which was a mile away and ruin my bike to my friend's house and it was sort of the afternoon activity of choice. You know go build jumps and that side of things that we have here in america in places and off to middle school and high school and i really don't touch your bike and those periods of my life. I was a hockey player. Soccer player and i ended up going to middlebury. College neck also played hockey nice hockey such great sport. I say that's my real passion. And i just sort of fell into the cycling thing i went off to college. Went to middlebury college. Which is here in vermont. One stayed away from new hampshire and at that point. My brother who is three years. My senior was coming to vermont to raise the collegiate national championships. He had raised a little bit in high school. So you know peripherally aware of the sort of cycling. But i remember early on still not understanding really basic concepts like how. Come the guy who just won. The stage of the tour de france is not winning the door to franson cumulative time in this this whole thing so yeah my my long story short is my brother. Got me into the sport. I was a freshman in college. I was trying to focus on academics instead of instead of athletics. Which are pretty premier in my high school days and it just collegiate such a great thing. It was a call. I mean. I caught what i called. The the tail end of the heyday of domestic road racing was strong..
53/39 Cycling Podcast
"ted k" Discussed on 53/39 Cycling Podcast
"Yeah i made that. I made that mistake. And i told me about it and i was like back. Be an idea. Like oh my god. I looked and i was like oh five mile time shout perfect horrid. I realize there were seven hundred feet. A is the worst bologna. But yeah that's you know. Just just look for. I mean you can on the companion you can actually filter the events coming up by racists so you can see which ones specifically races or you could join our group ride. And you can hop on dischord with us and we can give you more. Yeah details and you can be part of the shenanigans of the discord channel. That is They are shenanigans her so gravel. God nineteen sixty nine and eddie. Thanks for the questions. More to come next time next episode but andrew. What can you tell us about So yeah i mean super funny you ask. Yeah so for those. That don't know. Ted king is a former professional world bike. Racer turned bike rider. Ted is now in ambassador for the general sports cycling so he lobbies and support a putting more people's butts and bikes basically with four. Oh yeah yeah. Which in that takes the form of dabbling in gravel riding coaching hosting a pair of events with rooted vermont and the king challenge. He also operates on the board of organizations like mountain bike afghanistan. so he's into all kinds of stuff but ted was born in new. The new england area specifically new hampshire vermont is now home. Ted has been a part of a few pro teams. You might have heard of the two thousand five hundred twenty three.
53/39 Cycling Podcast
"ted k" Discussed on 53/39 Cycling Podcast
"A beer carbon bits in high engagement hubs. But that's awfully specific anyhow on with the show. Welcome to fifty three thirty nine. I'm nick i think i'm andrew. You don't sound sure anyway today. We're talking to ted king. I'm super excited about this. One on my god this is like it. It's a little surreal but yet but before we talk to ted. What's going on not too much. Well actually a lot in in some ways. I'm still broken but let's be honest if this is your first time. Listening andrews always broken. He's just physically broken. Right yes yeah. E emotionally okay. Alright wavering somewhere in the middle but physically. Michael still broken. We're trying some different things. But i might be headed for surgery. But in the meantime. I am trying some different. Indoor equipment recently purchased some rollers and returned them. And then i saw the return policies. I do too. Yes i i. Sold my tack axe trainer actually to move to a kerr kinetic are one which is kind of interesting in many ways. So it's i wrote it with our thirty nine group ride on swift every monday at eight. Pm eastern and you know as pretty aside from the fact that i forgot the calibrate ahead of time and some you lose some well. Yeah i knew. Something was wrong whenever i pumping out five hundred watts consistently i was like something's not right here. It's like you went back on. We want trainer. Yeah i think. I found my indoor strategy for the winter and i like the fact that you know rocks and rolls. We've also been Testing some lube. Which is which is kind of interesting. I don't think we can do this. Deal here joke. But i don't think we can do a full episode on officers were severely lacking maturity. I don't think we'd be able to get through that. As every female knows. Every male is basically twelve. Yeah i think the whole episode. Which is be you and i go. Yeah exactly yeah loop but if you haven't if you're not following us on instagram which she should be yet we're trying out a we're comparing squirt. Which is our our normal lubrication. The chosen lube. Yeah which is really for my understanding. That was the first wax based drip lube and then Okay let's not get overly technical. This isn't the nerd alert podcast. You're right we're better..
Pop Culture Happy Hour
"ted k" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"I just loved that part colosio question. Absolutely who is your favorite character. Other than ted. My favorite character. And i can never decide whether ted is you know. Do i include ted or not include type because i have complex feelings about ten this season. It's dr sharon for sure. I think she is. Maybe one of the best second season additions to an ensemble. Ever in terms of complicating how everybody else relates to each other. I also in terms of sheer comedy. It's a coach beard. Who talks so little. But every little thing he says and every little noise he makes. There's a part. I know that you like me. Enjoyed the ted giving a speech about rahm communism. People say something wrong does not the way i see it guy. Here's what i believe. In communism rahm communism that is and it's just this very you can't tell whether he's sort of bummed it's not regular communism or that he thinks. This is a weird lecture. But every time i watched that clip. It made me giggle so much. And it's the same thing when he sort of every time he makes some like odd noise or exclamation. It makes me laugh so much. He does a great deal with very little on the page true and his expression snow. It's really white something. What do you like so much about. dr sharon. Is it her as a character is it. Also her as a catalyst for what's happening now as the story goes on. Yeah it's both. I mean i. I am a fan of good representations of therapy and the the meaning of therapy. I am very fond of her as a catalyst to change the direction of of some of what was happening on the show. I think she has really you know. I have used the word complicate a lot in talking about this season. I think she has really. Her presence has really helped to complicate. Ted's sense of himself. If the first season was all about everybody learning that ted really could do this job and could inspire people and all that stuff she has really come in and it's become clearer and clearer that there are as you said earlier limitations to his sort of inspirational jabber and also. I think he's become sort of more performance active. And it's i think her presence and the fact that she is so low key has kind of emphasized that a lot of his kind of business that he's constantly doing feels forced in a way. That sort of makes you think there's something going on with this guy. That's not just you know. This has been the season where they've really been like. How did he get this way. Like how does a person get this way Which are not always gonna see with the character who starts out really broad. So i really love her. I love that. Sarah niles performance which is really she just resists the urge to get into any of the broader comedy. That practically everybody else on that show is eating up at least some of the time she just. Has this really steady really quiet. She's very kind but she's not no. She's a therapist. She's not there to be sillier performed for people she's a doctor and i love that character in that way i think also in the final episodes we're gonna see..
The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"ted k" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"Any hunter can track and shoot an animal. But it takes a true outdoorsman to use a gun on meat. He already bought at the store. That's just how unlikable ted cruz is. The actually found a way to turn people off of bacon but despite having the meticulous planning skills and foresight. That's just coincidentally the hallmark of a serial killer. Ted cruz failed to anticipate donald trump. Ted cruz eight. Absolute disgusting liar is like a little baby sauce. Tweak little baby guys a liar lying ted cruz lying ted lives oh he. Allies donald trump og league and said his father's implicated in the conspiracy to kill jfk. At i took the high road swallowing his pride in a few booker's along the way but finally he had had enough occurs gone on stage at the rnc and he did not endorse. Donald trump vote. Your conscience was not a blanket commitment that if you go and slander and attack heidi that i'm gonna nonetheless calm like a survey bio puppy dog and say. Thank you very much for melanie. My wife and milan my father. Gauntlet had been thrown. No longer with ted cruz cater to donald trump's. Every win. he drew a line in the sand and hold on. I'm getting a call. This is ted cruz calling calling encourage you to come out and oh with nothing left to do crews headed back to the senate where he reclaimed his position as the most hated guy in the office. If you kill ted cruz on the floor of the senate and the trial was in the senate. Nobody could convict you. I probably like more than most of my colleagues. Like ted cruz. And i hate ted cruz. Just a toxic coworker. he's the guy that microwaves fish. There is nothing more dangerous than a reckless astle. Who thinks he's smarter than everyone else. Ladies and gentlemen meet ted cruz and beginning to understand why ted cruz has been hated by everyone. Every place he's ever been from kindergarten to the united states senate endorsing and take cyanide if he got the nomination even.
Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"ted k" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Also tom morello us tremendous. Yeah so ted. I always like to preface this question with the amount of times you've seen bruce's not fair barometer of how big a fan you are. I mean there are people that have never seen him that are devoted fans. But for the record do you count. How many times you've gone. I haven't counted like the people who i'm interviewing for that. One lyric podcast one. Thirty to fifty fifty. When you think that the band didn't even tore from like what eighty eight to ninety nine or something. Whatever or whatever those years were like two fifty you really have and they even say it on like my my wife raised. The kids i went to see sprints. Yes i've seen him under fifty times but You know there was a time where i saw southside johnny more than bruce at a certain point in my life. Yes right. yeah you mentioned your if you weren't writing about music what were you writing about. You said your you know your pre podcast world. You're a journalist. what was of. What were you writing. I was a newsroom manager in television and radio station whether it was commercial. Tv or npr stations. Notably in boston So i was directing and managing content and editing executive editing script and things like that but i realized that you know by twenty fifteen that i i have a voice that i feel of Me Waste i just have things that i want to say and i started a civic engagement. Podcast called the front porch movement. I just felt like the country is getting polarized It was an obama. Second term We weren't having healthy conversations that we used to on front porches where we actually would meet with our neighbors and listen so i started that and then tale that i finally took all of my friends advice that were just annoying me to say overlay your journalism with your music fandom. And that's when. I started the tour and from there. I'm just happy to do those full interviews and go deep exploring these artists But i also am just thrilled about this new podcast that one there to go so micro and two i. Everybody nerd out earning out over this thing. So it's really exciting. So quick thoughts The jeep commercial were you. Did you have any thoughts about it. I loved the jeep commercial and for people to say oh. It was great but the last three seconds to bed. There was a logo like really. I'm not going out and buying a jeep because of that. I would have bought a jeep because of western stars the movie. Yes right i loved it. I loved it and whatever the controversy was that what he was extending his arm to the extremists. I i didn't see it that way. I i see that he was doing what he wants to do. Is build community and bring us all together. Well the reason. I'm asking that is you talking about the front. Porch is almost the same message. The idea of An absolutely i understand the the people saying that the middle is what gets in the way of making progress. But you know. I talked about it i go. I do not believe that trying to find a way to move forward. Means you give up on your principles right and so i am Now my first thought ted was that it was fake because it looked like it'd been pulled strictly from western stars. I'm like did someone take scenes from western stars You know put together. A bruce sound alike and you know did because you know fans do that all the time on tv shows..
Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"ted k" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"You you just may not want to wait it out for me now is is the is the podcast just springsteen lyrics or is it is it or is it dealer's choice your your listeners choice. So here's what. I thought i was going to start a broad. Hey everybody let's get petty. Let's get. I actually thought jackson browne still in mean it could be everybody. And then i thought. I'm a springsteen fan era springsteen fan jesse there's all kinds of groups we stand in the pit. We talk in between tours. When's the next tour letter to you. Comes out and we're all saying what's going to be the tour opener. Is it ghosts or is it burning training. You know it exactly right. 'cause they said oh it's got be burning trained gotta train and then when i know i went okay. Well maybe ghost is l. I gotta tell you. I think stevie was on east radio one day and i think they played Ghosts he said it either in code or just in passing he goes well. There's the tour opener. Yeah so. I think stevie thinks it's going to be ghosts sure Also so what was the question again. So i thought you know what i'm not. I'm going to start this. With springsteen. And i'm gonna be proud to start it with just springsteen and i want to penetrate this audience of bruce lovers Who who can appreciate own deep. Eric and I'm i'm glad i think that at some point it could open up to others and i think along the way. Maybe we'll have some bonus episodes maybe by episode ex. They'll be listener choice or episode. Y it will be dylan. Or i don't mind doing that right because bruce loves all of these people to write. He inducted jackson into the hall of fame it. Clearly he was influenced by dylan. I just think right. Now where the world of podcasting is where. There's so much generalist stuff there. I thought what. Would it be. Like if i went so narrow with that one lyric an. I'm i'm going to just run with it and until there's not enough information or at least episodes but look i don't think we are ever going run out them so well you know i. I was talking to the guy arrests my network a couple of weeks ago and he says i need to tell you a funny story. I said sure he said five years ago. When you told me you wanted to do a spring podcast. That i said of course. You know the whole porter this. That is if you're passionate about something we want to do it. He says in. All i ask is get a season you know can. Can you get me at least twelve episodes right and So he says. I remember hanging up the phone with you and i turned martha my wife and i said so jesse wants to do a springsteen pont guests and i think i think we'll get a year out of it. He said you know here. You are five years later. You know over seven hundred six hundred episodes well done you know gun and in part of that is cheating like i will do you know i've done springsteen's thought of the day which is similar to your podcast where i pick a lyric and then i talk about it and i did that and and then what i did and i'll give you the please uses of you want i do beside episodes and of and so i have someone that's passionate about the bg's or john hiatt or You know like..
Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"ted k" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"I've never made that connection before. That's that's brilliant. And the story. I tell all the time on the podcast. Ed and my listeners are probably going to Say it along with me. But i think it's exactly to your point in highschool i loved isaac. Asimov is a huge. I still am a you know. He's been he's been passed for a long time. So there's no need books. But i will go back and reread his short stories and novels and in his autobiography talked about. He was lecturing once and he talked was talking about a story. And the someone in the audience interested in dr zuma. That's not what the story is about. And isaac being isaac this big loud. Like hey i wrote the story. What do you make of course i know what the stories about and the guy said. Well doctor asimov. Why do you think just because you wrote it. You know what the stories about. And in his autobiography. Isaac said he. I realized he was right. And from that point on as the writer i knew what i wanted it to mean but i never assume that's what it meant to my readers again right so that goes into the because people have asked me well. Let's say you get bruce on the show. Would you ask them the ameriquest go. I absolutely would ask the question within. Then you know underneath ask because you have the answer and i go with just because bruce thinks she gets in the car or bruce thinks she doesn't get the card that doesn't equate to other people having the story right. Yeah well couple of things. I spoke to jackson browne. He really is my beacon. My north star Really a whole nother shelf I you can imagine. And i said what is this lyric mean. Pull me through the garden wall and pulled me through and and he. He wouldn't tell me and i left. I was a little bit ticked off. Yeah he didn't want us to know now over the years our music heroes have started to say what some of their songs are about. Because now they're in their seventies and they're just kind of sharing it but when he said that it was wonderful. It goes to your point now when you talk about the mary question. Well there's the wendy question and my first episode on that one lyric. We delved into the one question. And does she take off. Ed and towards the end. I said to. Jonathan the guests. I'm like i think this is a wedding proposal for crying. Out loud is on his knees. It goes by the end of this. He he's working really hard to get her to come and he goes. I don't know if she'll come. But it would be really hard not to and. I think that's same with mary right. But it's funny when you talk about the mary question. One of the episodes is about the long walk home. There's a question there and that's the last night. I stood at the doorstep trying to figure out what wrong while they're the doorstep. There's a front porch in long com. It's going to be long log home. Hey pretty darling. Don't wait up for me. It's going to be along right com. He's basically saying. Even if i he'll.
Daddy Never Cried
"ted k" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried
"Let's not stop there though You're you're you. Call the pope papa. Another father layer you. You've held the role of jesus christ for so many years in such great esteem in the hearts of so many and made a difference in their lives. I i know personally and spiritually and then your own fathering experiences. Honestly i think we struck father pay dirt in well that i'm very proud to hear literally and i. You know. I still even after all these years with the superstar experience. I still have absolutely amazed that. I got that opportunity unknown person in mr jewish tonight. He thought i could do it. I'll tell you honestly he had already cast other people. Because when i when i made a contact wish juice d. mind i tell you this little story. Okay i i had been in in new york in superstar and all the guys in the gas were actors you know. They're always going on auditions in the daytime. And i'd say were you hot discipline. You have a job you know. they knew. I was irregular. All drummer mike. I experience he said hey is an audition coming up next week. You should come with us. It's something you'd be interested in saw. Go watch you know. I went there and they started doing their stuff. And then they said a dead So i went up on the stage and they said and what are you going to sing today as yet any requests they said well you know something anything you want to sing so i do sing a little song. I had written a cappella. They were casting for the world premiere of the. Who's tommy it was going to be produced the entry triclean in hollywood. I got the part of tommy from singing the song my own get the. La rehearsals are happening. I see in hollywood reporter norman. Jewison is in los angeles now casting for his new film. Jesus christ superstar now. I had come from new york. Production of jesus christ superstar to do tommy. But when you're rehearse so you can get the new the songs yes yes yes yes. Yeah so so. Do the rehearsals you. You don't you can't get out and go to auditions. You're rehearsing all day. And in doing performance night so i thought well i have an agent or manager so i call the directors guild in hollywood and said. Do you have aging number for norman jewison. Yes phone they gave me the number. I it was a william morris agency. I called the number william morris. Second help you Could you connect me with mr norman's uses agent please holds this is i said are you mr jones agent in he said yes. I said i'd like to ask you a favor. He said who are you. I said my name. I said you don't know me. But i'm here. Rehearsing tommy opening. He's yeah heard about that. Yeah and he said what about norman. I said well i. I've heard he's desk casting for superstar. And i can't get out of this to go to audition. So would you ask him to come. And see the show. And that that'd be my audition. Who are you in. One of your agent call me. I don't have an age. I'm a rock and roll drummer about each. So he said of course our latino. He said oh he said. We'll just hold on a minute..
Daddy Never Cried
"ted k" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried
"And there's here's these two soldiers in full uniform other metals law standing and watching us. Thank goodness so we had a. We had a break on saints. And i just went over to say hello and they were very kind. Very general buried nice general people and I may i ask you a question. They of course. I said how is it that you're in a war and you can just walk away in. Come here and talk to us about this. Still one of them reached into his pocket. Full the metals pulled out this poster saying any clips through an easy to see. These radio is seven. Am mom the syrian border. Eight fifteen am. Jesus christ superstar a picture. We follow orders. He said why did thanks for coming in this and of course you had no idea at the time that it was going to be one of the most iconic films of all time and and forty eight years later. We'd be celebrating it. you know. We didn't even think it would be released. Because norman jewison did everything about putting the reproduction together and none of the studios had ever put out a rock opera movie. They weren't even aware that something might have an audience. You know so. Had it. Not been for norman jewison being such a well renowned director. It might never have happened. He did it all himself. He'd found it for listen to the music and he loved it and he wrote the screenplay based on the words tim rice wrote and then he went to israel for months and months finding the locations and then they put it together and universal said okay. We'll give it a try. Now as you said forty eight years later people are still watching it now at a trip but a trip by we should mention before we go on the The documentary that is based on the reunion the cast had what two years ago three years ago i had three years ago is going to be released the friday which is april second twenty twenty one for a to be on To be from the april second through the fifth. Wow thanks and then on video. It's available all through april and then on the actual forty eight th anniversary of the release a movie on august hands it'll be available and more platforms that right. That's exactly right. I couldn't have said it any better. Thank you good. Ted are podcasts. Called daddy never cried. And so Let's give up some impressions you have of your father. How much time do we have on. I got to tell you the greatest father who ever lived this. Moore's i've heard you know and he was born and raised in illinois and he and his brother brother came to texas during the oil boom and They they settled in a little town called ranger texas which is so small. Nobody even knows it's there little farm down anyway. My dad and his brother were to the most gentle loving human being on the face of the earth and the families collectively got together as often as possible in each other's homes. We celebrated everything reloaded children on both sides birthdays and parties. And all that but my dad my goodness he was he was philosophically so peaceful and open to anybody doing anything. They wished as long as they didn't hurt each other. You know and he was always heap. I showed a desire for baseball. And he fixed it so that i could actually play and then by. Golly you've got to be a little league team and in a teenage team..
Daddy Never Cried
"ted k" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried
"And welcome to daddy never cried. A podcast dedicated sharing stories of our fathers. I'm gary best. And i'm joined by a cindy carter city. How're you doing today. Gary very well thank you. It's a beautiful day. And i'm really happy to be here with you and with ted. Yes beautiful day. We we come from ventura california. So it's it's a lovely day here today and we are so pleased and honored to have with. Is our guest special guest today. Is ted neeley the the greatest jesus christ ever in my mind that must be that must be something you are the most famous person to ever portray jesus christ to member walked the planet. That's that's quite a distinction. While i don't think anybody else who had an opportunity of trading in particular character had a multi million selling album that preceded saying did the whole world knew all the songs you know so it was a great opportunity and norman. Art director was magnificent. Everybody was unknown. Just be more thankful a creative community that kind of is beyond understanding Interestingly enough is every step we took while we were in the negev desert. Realme did see. We felt. We were walking in somebody importance footsteps and we knew nothing other than we are all raised biblically. So and there we were word happened. And it's two thousand years later. And they were war time they had just allegedly finished the six day war but it was still going on. They were bombing borders. All around us The the words we heard most was action and cut third. That was hit the dark hair. The gum here come the planes bombing the borders. That's why the film literally because with it was there. You know really. Yeah mr deuce in a very much against war Thought that if he got some examples of what was actually going on. Not were we work because they bothering the dead sea they were you know all the cities and he went and ask if they could come and be a part of the film and they sent to general generals over a week or so later to see what it was introducing wanted them to do and there. We were all out. There are our hippie draft. You know trying to be also make him look modern and all that..
Human Factor Security
"ted k" Discussed on Human Factor Security
"Your host. Jenny ratcliffe people. I am so excited to be interviewed and finally interview. 'cause was sort of known each other while and not managed to kind of. Do this before. Ted harrington harrington who as executive paul at the sec the independent security evaluations but there's also an entrepreneur and an author on its tenth book that i wanted to tune most votes as as well to the show to add. Yeah thanks for having me. I'm still to be here jenny. It's you know it's it's it's i'm out so excited to get you on the show to talk to you properly because it's one of these things in this industry. It was a name and a face. I knew quite well even so. Don't things where. I kind of laughed and unequal on the show so under the people shows the platform several was just. I was searching to. If you're on a wanna just tell people a little bit more about what you do with the moments and then we'll get into that created the book a little bit sure what to do with the moments not leave my house too much with fourteen and all yes. So i'm we're the good guy hackers as you mentioned. Is's a consulting company a partner in and essentially how we pay the bills is companies are us to help them find their vulnerabilities in their software systems by actually performing ethical hacking. And then tell them how to fix it and so yeah and that's that's how that's what our consulting businesses the stories from my book or most of the stories from my book come directly from that experience like here's what we saw this company experience. And here's how it went. Well here's didn't go. And and that's what i speak about on stages of spend most of my times opened companies. Think about how to do security better and did you always want to get into into the baseness technical pace then. I always knew that what i wanted to do. Were a few things i wanted to do. Things that were hard.
Now Try This
"ted k" Discussed on Now Try This
"Great joke with the nigerian player. I feel tap away about. Yeah about the american army and it's like oh yeah but like the fact that the evil lady takes it back home and she's like thinking about it but just the fact like what a what a personal taught like a it didn't feel it didn't feel like sometimes you shows feel like i got hit a beat hit be hit a be. This is a personal moment. And then this one on top and then i bring it back because it has to be. I felt so genuine. That ted lasso really got these argument from his son and he really really loved it got homemade kazoo and he really was helping people by giving up his event as a metaphor. Like so sincere surreal. It didn't feel put on at all very good. Every beat of the show feels so genuine. The writing is so good. It's so fucking smooth that it just fucking it works. Oh well and it's crazy to me and when you there the whole thing. They're working up to a sports thing working up to this big final match. And i'm not going to spoil it but like even you're just like it. It works so well and ted lessons there with his fucking kindness and they're trying the best of jason soothing courts as the lead so good sports boys trying their best is like. He's getting the precis deserves because he really is an amazing actor and comedian. Improviser and writer. Snl there all right as he came from the improv community where he put his pace onstage being doing improv doing writing stuff in his shows. It really shows and it's really nice. Because like i'm doing that. Now you know like. I'm doing improv. Classes improv show sketches and writing. These things you know. It's it's so it's just like sometimes every once in a while i can see the craft of it you know. Yeah 'cause i'm learning. I'm like actively learning at right now. So it's really nice to see it's very encouraging Do you have any favorite moments from the shop that we haven't had the chance to a lot of my favorite moments. Come later in the afternoon and i don't want to spoil anything. But in the first three episodes. I love the when he goes out to dinner. Trent krim and Who's the journal was down. Yeah and they dislike are talking and he. He cracks him. You know and a reading the early Report on what he's going to print the next day the paper and it's like it starts off negative but it's really positive and that's like that's why i wanted to watch the first. We have sisters end ended. Third absolutely like this is the whole point of the show. He's gonna win people over and this is. How do i love the ask of him. Winning person over one by one by one. It's so honest. So real i love. I feel like i've seen something else that's happened but i can't think of it. The thought of it being so human that each character is getting when one over one by one it just feel so you know it makes me remember like Agai didn't like me at work. Because i had to push him out of the way for like a food delivery or something like i didn't remember it like i got. I was like in a hurry so my first impression was wrong. You know so like me for a minute. But then by the time i left the company i was favourite. Managing one of his favorite people at the work that we've stayed in touch more friends. And it's like yeah. Yeah you put in the work you people see the real you a head is all about that right. He's all about putting yes authentic self forward And a one hundred percent i also. I love the friendship. That is slowly forming between rebecca and keely on the show after she finds out that she felt like whatever helped her with the newspaper that was gonna and she comes in and really chummy with her and she's like oh you're actually pretty nice and it's it's so good. It's so good information Delay she's a great character. Yes it's good to see rebecca's walls coming down a little bit. Which is nice that's Juneau a juno temple is really good actress. I've never her. She's unlike atonement like periods. Stop and like all this other like high brow. Fuck in acting stuff so like i didn't recognize her because she's like this model fucking funny but she's she's She's one of my favorites out. You know yeah. Because oddly enough she also leads with sincerity like unlike some of the football players whose walls are up or whatever she liked knows who she is. She's comfortable with it. She knows you know she's with jamie kind of an asshole. She knows that she's pretty that such skinhead but she also you know when she goes and asks ted. If you'd rather be a pandora line is like a genuine question. They're having a conversation. She's like a genuine person with all. This is really interesting. It's hard to pull off that. She the show doesn't just focus on ted less a legacy earlier. You get so many beats with all these characters in. Its grazie. Their characters develop. It is awesome saying getting more. Becker getting worse. Keeley getting out more of all these other members of the team to its nick questions for you. Yeah ready for him. Did you like the show. yes. I very much like. The show's spoilers. When you recommend the show literally. I feel like a half to because of apple fucking plus. Tv so no one. A lot of people have been. But nobody's watching it but again if it was on netflix. Or hulu. I feel like this would be. This could be the next office. Yes like it's that good right off. The bat officers are good at the beginning. Now it's not parks and recs take six episodes to even get started. Head lasts right away because one hundred percent. If you can sign up for a free trial bar it from someone whatever forgot how to watch the show because it is worth it and each of the half hour is like eight episodes. You can binge it in a day nick. Are you going to continue to. I made somebody said hey. Can you watch the first three episodes the next day. So i can watch the rest of the season with you. That's a conversation. I had today and they are no excuses. They are now watching the stream so they can watch the first three episodes now quickly happen so good good good good adequately yes good. I am happy about that. You crush this one. You crushed it. I've i was like when we were starting the podcast and again i was like ted lasso as soon as possible as soon as we can get through the first few things. Ted lassos coming in by speaking of next week we are going to be doing. The first two episodes their marriage yet to absence the first two episodes of sweet home the newest korean show that is on net lake based on the web comic from web tunes. We don't know anything about it. It was just a fan a prepared. Podcast what have had a who. That person was so i could have brexit next Every tires are friends. Joseph crews i. I knew joseph i thought maybe he had a screen name so i didn't call him out but yeah it was just ask next week. We'll be all about you. Guys tune in at eight pm eastern senator tom twitch dot tv slash. Now try this cast because the livestream but you can also pick it up on monday everywhere you can get. Podcast remember relief by stars. Yes aetna try this cast and also joined the patriot. Join joseph and these other people that are giving tries things that we'd never would have exposing us to these worlds honestly for better. We'll see how the challenge go. It's been a lot of fun on the patriots. So if you guys can't join join and if not then signed up for twitter account and follow us here. We can reach twitch affiliate status eventually marcus. Let's get the. Let's get out here guys. Thank you so much for watching. That's been the podcast. Now go out there and try. Some things by denying.
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"It to nick for the podcast and that'll be my opportunity to re watch it all. So what's your. What's your relationship with jason. Today are you a big fan. Are you honestly. I gotta flip desire to be note. Like what i i really. I don't know anything about him. I saw him once in the city. And that was it. That's that's my my only most of your story start an living in new york. Ooh gimme gimme your like a couple of top like i. I lived in new york city. And i met this person. Never nice or man. I saw again off again Queen latifah on a subway and she like had a grocery bag. Well how interest so. I used to work for this company that worked on broadway shows and had like studio spaces for everyone who was coming to rehearse on broadway so i ran to a few celebrities. They're three interesting ones. That come to mind the really quick one ways. I had to take huge shit right before meeting so i went to the bathroom. Single person bathroom. And i fucking shut my brains out. I took the possibly smellier shit. I've ever taken my fucking life. And then you know who fucking walks in amy schumer. Their name comedian joke. Yes she walked in right after me. She rushed in there. And i felt so bad and i like like. How often can someone say celebrity smelled their shit. Smell your private at home shits mellow someone smelt it. She spelled it. And i was like bucks yet to just sit in and i felt so bad for her and i was like i i never i never want to see her in relief and i never want interact with her again. Because i will have the shame on my soul forever guys if you wanna know how was for amy schumer. Go ahead at abc twitter and jared put out into the work turning red funky seaver. Nobody has if you want us to be somebody. amy mcrae. remember that shit smell. Let make a. I'm gonna plugging kind of mood. I'm gonna keep plugging this hole tie. Okay go ahead go ahead. that's that's my biggest one. I ran into the guy What's that guy's name Rupert potter kid harry potter not air products. Weasley one not. Daniela excellent nobody. Nobody knows nobody knows. No one in the chat knows. No one in chat links harry potter or anything bruins. Thank you so honestly honestly dash you. Are we appreciate you too fast fast. You should reassess some things no so he ran into him. I thought he was an intern at my job. So i was going and he was like oh good and i was like okay cool and then i kept going because i was like. Oh we're hiring new entrance today then so cool because you came office. A person who treated celebrity just like a normal person said hello. Move down with your life. You look of anna's totally doesn't remember. That was an accident bro. We weren't allowed to talk to the celebrities like was On the floor you were fucking allowed to interact with so for the next like entire day. I was fucking terrified. Was going to get fired. Because i people saw me say hi like. I knew him and i was like. Oh no i'm gonna fucking get fired. Cool hey man what's up. How are you. that's so cool. Maybe he was so confident that the thought that. Maybe i did know what i'm saying this be a lesson you marcus the next happens. You just need to lead with that. Like who's like jesus davis is in the bodega outside of your work. And your there. You just need to be like. Oh hey how's it going. You just can't be that cool that cool comical. I hope i'll be so confident that it confuse them by doing this guy so cancer i'm saying and then and then remind is okay. You had talked about being on the podcast. Boom were paying. Then they guilty guilt them into but just gets do you. Are you big fan really. I'm not really huge fan of him. I actually found out that this was a character that he did on a bit for like british for like wherever they show the premier league whatever like british version of espn is probably still espn and bse or some shit. I don't know i. I watched it. Yeah yeah so. The character that i know so long ago decided to jerry into a tv show now super random. I like the guy. I'd have nothing against him. And i decided to watch this show and after watching show. I'm a fan love. The guy i'll marcus. Every funky south africa's i fucking love. Jason davis win in his tenure in his tenure at snl he was so okay snl. I have a love hate relationship with us now as most comedians. Fucking do right sometimes. It's sometimes it's awful. We know this. There's always one guy on snl at a time that just defines and era for me right. Now it's back every time backs in a sketch. I'm like fucking nailed it. Every time he does like you just get it. You get my comedy. Brain was always that way when he comes in. He's just like i just has such a arab out on that shines through and the so genuine. I love him in sketches. I love him. He has he's like i mean he's done movies stop. He's he's not like bucket. Tom cruise anything like he's not even like so many things that it's like crazy world But like i love like him and colossal and him in. We're the millers and like there's not a lot of them up drinking little things he's been But but here's the thing about today. He's always been And man the the next guy the second guy. He's always been like supporting. He's always been even in sketches on. Snl he's always like he's never like the guy who comes in and he's a monkey person right. You know what i mean. That doesn't die if he he's like almost like a lot of time at the straight man. That's like responding and has like funny quips so when you said ted lhasa fuck this is google like i still don't know what the fuck says And then when i watched the trailer was like wait. It's just like jason suit against his show. I was bucking so for it. Because he be and this is my opinion before i watched any of this was like i want to see him lead something. I want to be the lead. Because i love how enduring you usually as i love. How funny he usually is. How like every man but like on top of it he is so i was ready or before anything because i jason. If you're out there. If you're out there listening i was the fan. I so yes you can tweet at us and say wow great great podcast episode guys end now trae this cast but truly you need to tag at knickknack nervous. Because he's been as they want hole the second city shop chops i see them. Nick you fucking honey traps me you fucking laid out one honey pie and i fill right for that. Sweet sweet glued good juice because you were like oh how do you feel about him. You don't like it that much. i fucking love him. Also calling out jason. He could watch this video. You're gonna look stupid if he sees this. That's what happened. I hey i love you yeah. That's what happened. If you're longtime fan of the podcast. You'll know most of what i say. Most of what i do on this past. Podcast is almost always just a setup on march very fair. so. If i can't set up my friends who can i set up. You know what i mean. I had the temperament for pranks so i gotta get him some other way. You know. yeah i get that. I've never tried. But i feel like if i feel like if i had put a bucket a man as outside your door so you stepped in it. I don't think he'd be like oh. You got me nick. Let's let's do this thing. I'm pretty sure you look at me like your child and be be so bad for a long time. But what's with your in. Mayday say that's the second time you've mentioned mayonnaise. Just weird for you to mention so much guys. If you don't know. I recently gone very long weight loss journey and i'm not having things like mayonnaise an barely belonging it today. You know what. My birthday's coming up. Maybe i should have a mayonnaise. Sandwich above got mayonnaise and the mind today go man is on my mind but no we're talking.