35 Burst results for "Teles"
Steve Gray: The DOJ Is Just as Bad as the FBI Right Now
"Does a senior FBI or DoJ official? When they look at a case of a guy who is accused of a misdemeanor assault, a year and a half ago, when some crazy person and abortion clinic was screaming obscenity, a sanity that is 12 year old son, the father pushes the guy away, the local court dismisses the allegation, says we're not pressing charges. How does the DoJ a year later use an FBI team to raid the house? I mean, how does anybody justify that, Steve? Because the Department of Justice is just as bad as the FBI right now. They are basically being run by leftist lawyers who came out of these Ivy League schools and have been basically indoctrinated into the left. The Mark huck is, let me tell you exactly how that should have gone down in the FBI with my 23 years of experience. We would have called him on the phone and said, mister, we have an arrest warrant for you. This is what it's about. We need you to come down tomorrow to the FBI headquarters in Philadelphia and we will process you. We will give you your paperwork and we will take you over to the courthouse, get you arranged and you will be home by 5 o'clock. That's how it happens within the FBI for years at teles happened. Now, under normal circumstances, if we're going to make an arrest, it's an 8 to ten man arrest team. That's what they are. They sent 25 men to this man's house to make an arrest with long guns. Why on earth are they even producing or showing long guns in such a minor arrest? It makes no sense. Other than the fact that what the FBI and the Department of Justice are doing is they're telling individuals, listen, if you do this, we're coming after you next and you're going to be faced with the same situation that Mark calc is being faced with right now. So stay in your home, keep your mouth shut and don't go to any abortion clinic. That's the message from the FBI today. Yeah,
Burnes outpitches Alcantara, Brewers edge Marlins 1-0
"Corbin burns in Devin Williams pitched the brewers to a one zero win over the Marlins keeping Milwaukee a half game behind the Phillies for the final NL wild card Burns struck at 7 and allowed four hits over 8 innings to add dual sandy Alcantara who scattered 5 hits over 8 frames Burns leads to the national league with 238 strikeouts Williams made things look dicey Loading the bases before fanning Jesus Sanchez to end it Garrett Mitchell had two hits and scored the only run on a sacrifice fly by rowdy teles in the 6th inning I'm Dave fairy
Keston Hiura homers twice as Brewers beat Cubs 5-2
"Kesten hero hit a pair of home runs as the brewers rallied by the cubs 5 to two rowdy teles also went deep but it was William damas sac fly the provided the game winning run Colton Wong scoring on that sack fly I think it was just good to get this win The last game of this series and heading into LA so I think right now we're getting down the crunch time and everyone matters and so I think it was used for us to get that win and makes it hope we'll take that momentum and tell it The wind snapped the two game losing skid for the brewers who continue to chase St. Louis and the NL central David Shuster Chicago
Dog, missing 2 months, found alive inside Missouri cave
"A dog missing for two months was found alive inside a Missouri cabe I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest Jack Barnard had all but given up on seeing his poodle hound mix again after she went missing in early June two months later he got a text from a neighbor People exploring a nearby cave had found a dog Like oh my goodness that's Abby How could this even be Just been two months How can she's still alive at this point Rescuers believe the nearly 14 year old dog lived mostly off her own body fat while spending nearly 60 days inside the cave nearly 500 feet in before her rescue on August 6th She walked to the truck with me and I put her in the picture up and put her in and that's when I realized how much weight she had lost because she was feather light Abby is now regaining weight and is wagging her tele again I'm Lisa dwyer
Pujols homers twice to help Cardinals knock off Brewers 6-3
"Albert Pujols hits a pair of home runs and drives in four in the cardinal 6 to three win over the brewers as St. Louis moves a game and a half in front of Milwaukee atop the NL central We're just a great day to contribute you have to go gray organization you know playing for a title and a division title and I think this is what you're going to see against these two book clubs Tyler O'Neill and Dylan Carlson also go deep for St. Louis hunter Renfro and rowdy teles Homer for the brewers miles Michaelis allows two runs in 8 innings to pick up the win Mike Reeves St. Louis
Takeaways: Trump tightens grip on GOP, narrow Squad victory
"Donald Trump's election year tour of revenge continues as he oust more Republican members of Congress and helped strengthen his grip on the party in Wisconsin Michael's a wealthy Trump backed businessman won the Republican primary for governor defeating former lieutenant governor Rebecca clayfish and establishment candidate and Ron Johnson who has been embroiled in January 6 investigations easily won his primary but is considered the most vulnerable GOP senator up for reelection in liberal leaning Connecticut Lee or a levy had a surprising win over a more moderate rival a day before the primary when the FBI raided Mar-a-Lago Trump held a tele town hall rally for her and in Washington state 6 term congresswoman Jamie Herrera butler who voted to impeach Trump conceded defeat I'm Julie Walker
Lauer works 7, Tellez and Taylor homer as Brewers top Reds
"The brewers put up two home runs early and wrote the starting pitching of Eric Lauer to beat the reds 5 to one A two run Homer from rowdy teles in the first inning and a three run shot by Tyrone Taylor in the second provided all the scoring they didn't need much as Lauer pitched 7 strong innings He says it was important to bounce back after getting swept in Pittsburgh We hit a little skid there I think getting back on the win column is a big thing for us just because it changes the mood and the Clubhouse It changes the vibe The brewers went on a night they celebrated their only pennant which happened 40 years ago Check Freeman Milwaukee
Tellez hits pair of 3 HRs, Brewers top Twins 10-4 for sweep
"Rowdy teles pounded at a pair of three run homers and the brewer offense exploded for a ten to four win over the twins To lez hit one in the first inning and then in the fourth gave the brewers some separation with a line drive Homer to right to make it 8 three Milwaukee Winning pitcher Corbin Byrne says teles carried the team Strong human being So most of the time all you gotta do is just put a barrel on it and it's gonna go So it was good to see him You're really really take over the game today and probably win that one for us The brewers have won 5 of 6 since the all star break Check Freeman Milwaukee
"teles" Discussed on WTOP
"Skeptical your consultation today and get 5% off your procedure, visit G four by gulpa dot com. I'm Rita Kessler WTO P traffic. And our forecast Lauren ricketts looks like we're gonna have a hot and humid day So yes, welcome to July. We're heading into a heat wave the first heat wave of 2022. Temperatures are going to be in the midtown for 90s for a lot of the next week. And it doesn't seem like these temperatures, the heat or humidity going to break all too much over at least the next 7 days. Temperatures today around 90. We've got partly sunny sky, some fog still out in some areas. Some showers and thunderstorms. I take any time after two, I think the real threat is going to be between about four and 8 p.m., but prior to two isolated one, just know by this afternoon evening, showers and thunderstorms, heavy downpours, lots of lightning, and even damaging winds. Could be a big possibility. We are weather alert this afternoon. Overnight, 60s and 70s and then tomorrow back in the low 90s. Well, sunshine tomorrow with maybe a little pop up shower thunderstorm by Tuesday by Wednesday, Wednesday, plenty of sunshine. And still humid, temperatures in the low to mid 90s on a Wednesday. We're dry on Wednesday. Next best chance of rain will be on Thursday with another approaching cold front. Temperatures on Thursday, mid to possibly upper 90s. And again, some showers and thunderstorms that look like on Thursday afternoon. 77, it's muggy in Washington warrenton at 73. Baltimore 76 Stanford at 75. Brought to you by Delos glass for all your glass bearer and shower door needs visit teles glass dot com. Love your glass. Still to come, Europe is baking in a deadly heat wave at 7 52. In one of the most brutal editorials written by The Washington Post, they implore voters to not reelect Mark L rich's county executive and not to elect Hans reamer. The post says
Webb wins 9th, Giants hit 2 HRs, beat slumping Brewers 9-5
"The Giants take three out of four against the brewers winning the finale 9 to 5 Brandon Belt was two for four with a home run and three RBIs as the Giants of Juan 7 of their last 9 games It was important for us to get going before the all star break something that we did You know carry some of those good vibes in those momentum into the break so we can come out on the other side feeling feeling good and ready to go and know what we're capable of doing It's definitely a big boost of confidence wars Logan Webb got the win he pitched 6 strong innings allowed only four hits and two runs with 5 strikeouts In the loss the brewers with home runs by Willie Adams and rowdy teles Ryan Leung San
Tellez hits 5th HR in 5 games as Burnes, Brews rout Pirates
"Rowdy teles Willie Thomas and Corbin burns led the brewers 19 to assault on the pirates Teles homered for the 5th time in as many games and drove in 5 runs helping Milwaukee improve to 7 and one versus Pittsburgh this season Adama added to the blowout with a Grand Slam as the brew crew moved two games ahead of the cardinals in the NL central Burns took a no hitter into the 6th inning of the brewers 5th win in 6 games He allowed just the one hit over 6 frames yielding a one out double in the 6th The brewers had 5 doubles among their 16 hits I'm Dave
"teles" Discussed on AP News
" GP sports, I've checked Freeman. They went back and forth in a scoreless duel in New York, two teams that had visions of playing in October, and the Houston Astros scored late to beat the New York mets to nothing. Justin veranda was outstanding, earning his tenth win after his return from Tommy John surgery. I definitely feel different, you know, some of my pitches haven't felt as sharp, some of them have felt better. You know, I think my curveball this year has been really good. I feel largely the same, but the stuff seems to be playing a little bit different. He tossed 8 innings allowed two hits with 8 strikeouts. Mike mancuso, New York. While in The Bronx, the New York Yankees completed a three game sweep of the Oakland a's 5 to three, Giancarlo Stanton hit a three run Homer. His last 6 hits have been the long ball. It's an interesting time right now. We're not getting too many hits, but when I am in the Homer. The LA Dodgers avoided a three game sweep with an 8 four win at Colorado. Boston held on for a 6 5 win in extra innings in Toronto, Minnesota scored three in the tenth, Cleveland scored four to win 7 to 6 the game winner, a two run shot from Josh naylor. Rowdy teles has hit 5 home runs since Sunday. He hit a pair in leading Milwaukee to a 5 three win over Tampa. Be more compact and not as aggressive in a swing. Has helped me make more contact and be able to keep everything in the middle of the field. Yeah, you got a two run blast from Avi Garcia in the 9th four four three comeback win at St. Louis. Atlanta down Philadelphia four to one, Adam Duvall hit a 400 foot home run, the braves now 21 in 5 in June. Whoever we put in there right now is stepping up and doing the job and that's huge. Oh, the angels over the Chicago White Sox, Pittsburgh, Washington, Kansas City down Texas, San Diego, Arizona, Detroit one at San Francisco, Seattle be Baltimore and the Chicago Cubs beat Cincinnati. NBA, James Harden will opt out of 47.7 million from Philadelphia as the team works a deal in hopes of using money saved to help build the roster. Check Freeman, AP sports.
AP Sports SummaryBrief at 1:14 a.m. EDT
"GP sports I've checked Freeman They went back and forth in a scoreless duel in New York two teams that had visions of playing in October and the Houston Astros scored late to beat the New York mets to nothing Justin veranda was outstanding earning his tenth win after his return from Tommy John surgery I definitely feel different you know some of my pitches haven't felt as sharp some of them have felt better You know I think my curveball this year has been really good I feel largely the same but the stuff seems to be playing a little bit different He tossed 8 innings allowed two hits with 8 strikeouts Mike mancuso New York While in The Bronx the New York Yankees completed a three game sweep of the Oakland a's 5 to three Giancarlo Stanton hit a three run Homer His last 6 hits have been the long ball It's an interesting time right now We're not getting too many hits but when I am in the Homer The LA Dodgers avoided a three game sweep with an 8 four win at Colorado Boston held on for a 6 5 win in extra innings in Toronto Minnesota scored three in the tenth Cleveland scored four to win 7 to 6 the game winner a two run shot from Josh naylor Rowdy teles has hit 5 home runs since Sunday He hit a pair in leading Milwaukee to a 5 three win over Tampa Be more compact and not as aggressive in a swing Has helped me make more contact and be able to keep everything in the middle of the field Yeah you got a two run blast from Avi Garcia in the 9th four four three comeback win at St. Louis Atlanta down Philadelphia four to one Adam Duvall hit a 400 foot home run the braves now 21 in 5 in June Whoever we put in there right now is stepping up and doing the job and that's huge Oh the angels over the Chicago White Sox Pittsburgh Washington Kansas City down Texas San Diego Arizona Detroit one at San Francisco Seattle be Baltimore and the Chicago Cubs beat Cincinnati NBA James Harden will opt out of 47.7 million from Philadelphia as the team works a deal in hopes of using money saved to help build the roster Check Freeman AP sports
Tellez bat, Davis glove send Brewers over Rays
"Ratty teles continued to rake as he led the brewers to a 5 three win over the rays Teles Homer twice including a tie breaking solo drive in the 8th inning To let us have 5 homers and 8 RBIs in his last 6 games Just being able to be more compact and not as aggressive in a swing has helped me make more contact and be able to keep everything in the middle of the field Jonathan Davis had the defensive gem of the day making an over the shoulder grab and crashing into the wall to rob Randy arose arena of an extra base hit I'm Dave
Tellez hits 2 HRs against former team, Brewers top Jays 10-3
"Rowdy teles victimized his former team by banging out a pair of two run homers in the brewers ten three route of the Blue Jays The first Homer came in the opening inning After Alejandro Kirk ripped a three run shot in the top half teles added a second inning blast that made it 8 to three Both homers came off losing pitcher Jose barrios Milwaukee took two of three in its first series with the Blue Jays since 2017 The victory coupled with the Cardinals lost to the cubs puts the brewers that top the NL central by one game over St. Louis I'm Dave
"teles" Discussed on Big Time Baseball
"Stole atomic secrets and gave them to the Soviets. Meet the woman whose deception kick started the Cold War on the spy who stole the atom bomb, and what if they catch you? Then I shall be shot. Come back. Relive history's most death defying escapes. It's impossible escapes, Civil War, watch now on CuriosityStream, and will plans her $20 just a dollar 67 a month is in CuriosityStream dot com. Yeah. Well, here's the other thing. This is the thing that we and I have been seeing on the brewers all along. We know what they're pitching is. But here's the problem with that pitching. If that pitching gets hurt, what are they left with? Because they're offense, again, and I'm going to use this term that I've used AD nauseum all season along. The brewers offense is ancient. It is an old old team. It doesn't mean they're a bad team. It's just, we're just a little aged out and the young players, I do really like hunter Renfro. I like rowdy teles. Unfortunately, though, you can't have these two carrying your offense. You need a little bit more. Looking at a guy like Escobar who's doing so well over there in New York with the mets right now. Thinking what could have been if that guy was still there. Thinking about like a Sterling Marte who's out there who could have been on this team. I mean, they had so many opportunities to pick up players. I wouldn't be surprised though. Come trade deadline. I'm going to call it right now. Nelly Cruz is going to be a brewer. Okay. Listen, they certainly could use the pop in the lineup. Especially in that DH spot, right now, you have kind of a toggle between Yelich and mccutcheon doing the DHA, which is a problem because Yelich is hitting two 20 and just hasn't gotten back to any semblance of the MVP. And where he was. Let's be honest. That's what the offense really was. He was the heartbeat of that offense. And you notice their offense hasn't been the same. It's really since he hasn't been the same. So it was contingent on that all on. They have some nice junkies. I like Louis 40th in that lineup. He does a good job for that ball club. They're missing Willie dumps right now. He was the piece last year that propelled that offense. He got out of temple. He came to Milwaukee. He's been plagued by an ankle injury. So they don't have him and they don't have the two starters Peralta and Wilmer in that in that rotation. It's already going to be a little bit of an issue. So cardinals are clicking on all syllables, right? They are. They've been coming all along. But they've got a ton of town, man. That Carl whether it's Carlson and Bader and O'Neil. I haven't checked in on O'Neill. He's starting to hit yet. He started to come along. I mean, he was a little banged up, and I know he just got off the IL, right? And now he's kind of starting to put it together. I saw him. I saw him muscle a ball on Saturday. That was looked like a broken bed off the end of the bat, and it was a sac fly that was almost robbed for a home run. That guy is ungodly strong. And now he's strong. He runs like a free safety. I know. Dude, he is built. Like a, you know what he's built like? He's been like, I'm trying to think of a good running back that he reminds me, 'cause he's not a tall dude. He's gotta be what? 5 ten, but he's built like just excuse the phrase, but I'm gonna say a brick shit out of this guy. The guy looks like a combination of a he looks like Ricky Williams. Yeah, good. Yeah, yeah, yeah, like he's like a bowling ball. He's like, yeah. He's like a bowling ball, but super athletic. I really enjoy watching, you know, I'm an outfield junkie. I like watching those three guys in the outfield Vader plays balls to the wall. The whole time. And, you know, they got a ton of talent. Besides a point, and they got the veterans on that team that can kind of guide the ship, right? Wayne Wright, Molina, pooh hole, like the old three, the old band is back together. They're playing really well. And they were the favorites coming in they're starting to play like the favorites now. As they start to get healthy.
Burnes shuts down Cardinals' offense in 8-0 Brewers win
"Corporate burns retires the first ten batters he faces and goes on to pick up the victory in Milwaukee's 8 to nothing win over the Cardinals the reigning NL Cy Young award winner works 7 innings allowing two hits and striking out 11 to improve his record at three and two Does the right hander think this was his best performance of the season That's kind of where we want to be all the time So the fact that it took ten starts to get to the little frustrating but yeah it was kind of what we want to do on the aspects of Jace Peterson built a three run home run Lorenzo kina two run blast and rowdy teles solo shot the team split a four game series for the second time this season the first place brewers lead the second place red birds by three and a half games in the NL central Mike Reeves St. Louis
"teles" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"First united limped in after being totally humiliated mocked derided by Liverpool four nail in at mid week battering, the left Ralph Ragnar admitting. It's embarrassing. They are 6 years ahead of us, what you teller that Monet is. Arsenal. That footballing scrappy doo, new life after that four two shot win at Stamford Bridge. This is really a must win game for Manchester United, which was why it was shocking to me, I guess not shocking if you've actually watched Manchester United, that they got off to the worst possible start, they've inside three minutes. Yeah, I love the fact that we called it like 6 years ahead of us. This is a man with a 5 year contract talking who really does not want anything happening with it. He really wants to sort of project forward and get another one. Yeah, just immediately sac is so quickly. It's been so dangerous down that right hand side cuts inside. Curls in a shot. You know, to have makes a good safe, but he has it pretty easily. Knocks it out. You imagine that there's going to be a united defender, united having reorganized their defense, dropped Harry Maguire to the bench. But just no one, no one there to stop Tavares scoring his first goal, I think this Premier League goal for the club. Yeah, being devastated that man a couple of weeks ago after big bench by Arteta, Tapping that in, it must have felt unbelievable, although I guess to play that follow from him, showed exactly why he had been benched, but God, united again, it could have cut out the first cross. I think this from Jacques Verona teles could have cut it out both chose to do comedy whiffs. And what was amazing about this game, the slapstick defending the comedy defending the United are a team of 11 individuals in search of an idea of how to play. That was one tide of the story, but both of these teams defended like Giuliani, neither team truly trusted their full backs. Honestly, it was like watching an NBA All-Star Game all attack. No, truly committed rearguard anything. And you needed retrospectively when they look at this game, they could say we had so many bloody chances we clipped the bar, Bruno had SnapChat. Ramsdale. Not one of his finer games. I mean, it could have been a pickup score in the early exchanges. But first, it would get worse for Manchester United, teles, gave away a penalty and the var, saga gave deja the eyes two nil to the only those most interesting goal, roger, that it was a goal that was disallowed by var, for offside, but then vase saw the penalty and the beat up. They obviously didn't see the earlier foul and there it was penalty and fantastic conversion. But within three minutes, I'll still gifted you united away back in. Yeah, and it was Cristiano Ronaldo, roger, just amazing amazing work. Phenomenal piece of skill from Jadon Sancho, rod really sort of pulling out everything out of the toolkit ends up freeing up Ronaldo fantastic finish. Player who's had just, you know, I can't even imagine just the awful week he's had. But he does what he does best, scores his 100th Premier League goal roger. Losing a child, the just the most devastating thing and football for many is a solace away from the storm. Of human dart unless it was really remarkable humanly for so many different reasons seeing him play even, but to score. Tavares and Gabrielle watching rather than defending. I think it was Matty, she floated in a cross into Ronaldo's vicinity and he didn't need a second invitation to do what he does extend a beautifully toned leg to finish ruthlessly with his left foot made a very hard chance to look effortless. But honestly, halftime could have been 7 5 and the slot don't stop into the second half Tavares almost willfully gave away a penalty with an almost hungry handball in the area. No goals, no assists. I think in 7 games is it when he took the stepped up to take the penalty? This will not go away from that bloke. Yeah, he'd missed one in this one a little earlier in the first half rods when ramsdale had just given the ball away straight to what tamale needlessly and Fernandes had missed an open goal. And this one he stepped up, we must say it was a bad weekend for the hopper Skippy jump penalty. We may see this see this retired with what happened in Chelsea's game as well. Steps up, hop skip jumps, puts it right against the post and ramsdell's reaction afterwards, oh my word. Never seen anything like that from an English keeper. Hops and skips, can we just say they're up there with pinning us? They just look world class when they were, but my God, the downside, the endless humiliation when they do is truly remarkable. But yeah, rami. I mean, we should note ramsdale had been totally sent the wrong way by this penalty day though. But how would he describe his action towards Hernandez? Says a thousand meme lords in his moment of failure. Well, it was, I actually think it should be illegal. It was taunting. In the NFL, that would have been, that would have been a flag immediately. Ran off his line towards the Portuguese and just like gave it to him in the face, roger. Yeah, leaped into Bruno space with what I can only describe as a primal scream. Again, shameless, this man had not even come close to saving it, but it really was, if you know your history, shades of Martin keone in Roode van thistle rose face in 2003 at the height of when this was really the game of games. I guess if you know you united penalty missed history, you are doomed to repeat it and the game degenerated or I guess escalated if you were mutually savers suffering, there was some MMA gripple grapple between mctominay and Gabriela Ronaldo go ruled off her offside insane stuff arsenal appealing for a handball penalty, but then Jacques couldn't be asked waiting for var just stepped up minutes after his contractually obliged yellow card and my God. What did he do to that ball David? It had like no spinny like leathered it. Did he leather it or did he thrash it? I mean, I'm not technically sure. I think he both leathered it and thrashed it. Interesting, the lashed it, rod. It was just a, it was a phenomenal strike, a phenomenal celebration. I mean, what a week, arsenal have had with the massive win midweek against Chelsea this big win. This team who the jury seems to constantly be out in some part of football, but just playing electric football. And yes, this result could have gone either way, but it's moments like that. It celebrations like that that make this make a lot of people believe that there's something actually quite magical happening in the red part of North London. Yeah, I mean, that must have been a lovely moment for a off maligned by his own fans player it left united in the mud, fourth consecutive away defeat under the truly failed Ralph ragnarok experiment. That interim gent, whom Bonnie Renee described beautifully as having the air of a demo happy boarding schoolhouse master looking forward to spending more time with his jazz records. They are on course for their worst season.
"teles" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"Welding building. You need to be at your best. And I think, you know, talking about it is the biggest thing that we can do. Yeah. Yeah, no. I think it is like it is nice. I mean, you talked about the bomb hole earlier, and I was just on a long drive by myself down to Flagstaff in September to go on a Grand Canyon trip. And I was like, oh, everybody sent me podcasts and whatever you like to listen to because I'm going to have like 15 hours in a car. And one of my buddies sent me the Jessica episode of the bomb hole and she had talked about mental health, and it was like, I don't think I had ever heard a professional athlete really talk about it to the extent that she did. And I was like, damn. It is so nice to hear a professional athlete. Talk about mental health because it just starts to break down barriers and that's what we need to be doing, essentially. So yeah, I think it's, you know, if I can do anything with this platform or jabber, who's the other host or, you know, Renee and Tori on the other on big stick, like, if we can have one listener, be like, holy shit. Then we're doing what we're supposed to be doing. And like, you know, it's important. It's important. Like caring about yourself is important. You go to the gym every day because you want to look like fit. But if you're not mentally fit than what's physically fit, it doesn't mean anything. I don't know. I think it's I think it's refreshing. So I'm glad you wanted to talk about it. So thank you for talking about it. It's important. I don't think we can ever drive that home more than anything. It's important. Yeah. Nice to know. It's like be nice to yourself and be nice to others. Yeah. Don't take care of others. It's that simple. What are you going on this winter? We'll swerve a little bit here. Anything new and exciting going on. Are you filming? Are you competing? You're not racing anymore. No, I'm not racing anymore. I did for the first three years or first three seasons out of racing. I was competing in the free hill life cup. That was at grand targe. And that was like super fun. And again, like community, it's like that was an awesome community to be a part of, and I still talk to a lot of those athletes. But yeah, then when that kind of lost some traction, I was going down to Alta at least once a season. And then COVID hit. And so I haven't been back to Alta in two seasons. So I really want to go ski with all of my free hill life buddies and get down there and just scare out of those guys. Hopefully, still make a trip to turkey. I have some friends patrolling down there now that I just want to go hang out with. It's like, it's funny because I feel like, you know, when I stopped racing, I still wanted to be a part of the community in a way that the free hill life cup offered. But then when that stopped, it was like, oh, how do I still be a ski athlete, but not actually do any competitions? Which is like, you know, partly ski patrol and it helps with that because I'm still getting paid to ski or whatever. But now, instead of what are my goals for the season? It's just like, which Friends am I going to go skiing with this season? And are we going to get a hot book? And are we going to go back and do? For a couple of days and drink a bunch of beer and hang out in the back country sauna because that's fun. And my whole mindset has changed off of skiing big lines and yeah, like being super rad to just like, I just want to go have nice experiences outside with my friends. That's like really what it comes down to. Just want to hang out. I think that is the best take I've ever had on the podcast. You know, I just want to go have fun with my friends. That should be everyone's goal. You know what? I think I'm done. Doing that. But I just want to have fun with my friends. I love it. Where can people follow you on Instagram? You have a blog, but it doesn't seem like you're very active on it. So I feel like Instagram is the best bot for people to follow you. Yeah, Instagram is where I'm most active. It's tele because if you don't have tele and your Instagram handle and you tell them are ski, how is anybody ever gonna know that you tell them or excuse? It's valid. It's extremely valid. And that's why I don't have it because I'm a poser. Well, hey, actually, so some of my buddies in Boseman, they made these stickers and they call themselves part of the team. But it's the future former telemark skiers of America and like I'm still one, but you're now former telemark skier. You've made it. I'm real sad about it. I'm like, I'm so torn. I'm having a hard time. I think it's the right choice, but I'll still tell Mark, I'm still into it. I just wanted lighter gear for mount Washington. That's all I want. I went last year and I had a really bad experience in mount Washington and crampons don't work that great with telemark boots. I don't care what anyone tells you. There's a bellow and they flex and you're driving a crampon into a metal sheet of ice and then your bellow flexes and your cramping falls off and it's stupid. And I'm an Alpine skier. That's okay. It's okay. You're telling my gear will be there for you when you decide that you are going to change. I don't have to worry about being outdated. Because no one's ever going to buy anything. Maddie, thank you so much for being on the show. Thank you for listening to my rants today. Thank you for sharing all your stories and just having a great genuine conversation. Yeah, thank you for having me. This has been I've never been on a podcast before, so hopefully it makes sense. Well, you did great. So thank you so much. Everyone go follow tally underscore Maddie. Correct? Yeah. Okay, thank you so much. Yeah, thank you. So for anyone keeping count, that was episode 40 of the pursuit on the other collective. Please like, share, review. Please review leave 5 stars mention at a max that helps me. It helps prove my value to the collective. Downloads have been really good. Episodes have been great. Let me know what you think. It helps I listen DM me. At mister Adam X, DM at a podcast, we're listening if there's someone who you think should be on the show or if you think you should be on the show and you have a story to tell, we want to hear people want to hear it. So let us know. And I think, oh, that's not it. I have to think Maddie. Thank you so much for being on the show. That was phenomenal. That was her first time on a podcast. I thought she killed it. I thought we had a great conversation. I love talking telemark. I love hating on telemark. It's one of my favorite things to do. Yeah, it's Christmas week. I hope everyone is caught up and not stressed because you're not supposed to stress during the holidays. Enjoy it. Have some eggnog. Maybe drink a little too much of your Christmas party. Maybe don't drink it all. I don't really care. I want you to I'm wishing everyone like an amazing holiday. Give yourself a break, you deserve it. Hope you have a great new year, New Year's Day. I have to photograph a wedding on New Year's Day. I think it'll be really fun or everyone will be hungover. So we're gonna find out what that's like. I don't know. I think that's it. I'm gonna put out some episodes still during the holidays, so I'm excited about that. I still don't have an outro. I just like saying I'll see you tomorrow. So I'm mister Adam X and I'll see you tomorrow..
"teles" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"To get to a point where we feel guilty for feeling sad or depressed or anxious or stressed because why should I be stressed when I get to work outside every day? But it happens. And I think we just need to do a better job of checking in on our friends and making sure that when you're asking someone how they're doing or you're noticing that they're a little bit more reserved, quiet, not responding to text right away or not wanting to come hang out and do things that they used to really like to do. We need to take it upon ourselves to engage with that person more and make sure that they know that they have a good support system now that your ski family is your family. Your patrol family is your family. You're guiding families, your family. Everybody that I work with and all of my jobs, I'm also yoga teacher, like my yoga family. It's like all of my jobs I consider to be my family. And so I think we just need to kind of eliminate this feeling of being a burden. If you need help or if you want to talk to your friend about it, and if it gets to a point where your Friends can't help you or they're not giving great advice because they don't know how to kind of deal with an emotional breakdown or anxiety. Getting them the resources that they need, like telling them the therapy isn't as hard to sign up for as you might think. I know big sky has the employee assistance program. And so they give three free sessions of therapy to any employee that asks for it and then after that, it's kind of like on your own or whatever. But there's a lot of other good organizations like for guides. There's the red side foundation, which is in Idaho and Montana. And they'll help you out. Yeah, it's just like, again, swallowing your pride and being able to talk to professional or somebody who knows more about mental health than you might and being there for your people. Yeah. And I think just talking about it in general, you and I speaking about it is it helps because people listening or struggling in their embarrassed or in I've struggled and it sounds like you've struggled and it's there's nothing wrong with it. It's the simple, it's as simple as It's Okay to Not Be Okay. But even simpler than that, the one that I always liked is if your leg was broken, you'd get it fixed. Like plain and simple. So like your brain is broken. Doesn't mean it's bad. It's just broken, so go get it fixed. It's simple and it's stupid almost, but if your leg was broken, if you broke your arm, you go to the hospital. Well, if you're having, you know, if your brain is broken, and that always sounds so harsh. It doesn't mean it's unfixable. It just needs a cast. It needs a conversation. And I think it's changing. I really do. I think, you know, I think mental health has been a major spotlight. You know, it's real, I think. And I think everyone's realizing that. And I think it's refreshing to see and hear about and I don't know what the stat is. But the number of people going to therapy right now is like, it's wild. And I don't mean that in a bad way. I mean, like, oh, all these people are getting help. And that's all it is. You're getting help, and why wouldn't you want to help yourself? Yeah. I mean, you have to want to help yourself, but I think, yeah, with mental health, it's kind of like, I don't know, my therapist literally just told me this today, but she was like, you're not broken. You're just stuck. And so it's like you're maybe you're stuck in the way that you don't want to ask for help, but it's like, you just gotta, first off, want to help yourself, but take that first step or admit that you're struggling, and then yeah, I mean, I think the pandemic has been hard on everybody, because everybody had to spend more time alone. And there are a lot of extroverts out there that were like wet. And I get to see my people every day. Like, what do you mean? So, I mean, like, we're in a really weird time. It's okay. It's okay. It's okay to feel weird. I like that. That's a good one. And I hate the word broken, because you know, again, your therapist is that you're not broken. You're just stuck. But I think it works with the lag analogies. Putting it in simple terms. Something's not right, and that's okay. But let's get fixed. I don't know. I think there's always been this stigma of, oh, he's in therapy, or she's in therapy. But like no one's mad when you go to the doctor because you rolled your ankle. No one's like, oh, he went to the doctor today. You just have to we just have to remove that. Like, yeah, went to the doctor because he rolled his ankle playing basketball because he tried to beat Steve on a wheelchair and he crushed him because he's way better athlete than him because they're humans. But it's the stigma. It's this like, we shouldn't, you shouldn't, our brain should just work and be fine. And I'm like, no, they don't. They need. We need help. We need conversations. We need maybe that motivation, or maybe that just someone shining a light and saying, like, hey, it's pretty good. If it's not that good, how do we make it better? Or like you said, wanting to change or wanting. Help. And I don't know. I think if we knew the answer, we would just we would all do it. And I think the step in the right direction is just conversation. And reaching out to your friends and asking them if they're okay. And your friends being confident enough to say and comfortable enough to say, I'm not. And I think COVID, the evil word of COVID, I think that changed a lot for a lot of people. And I think the last almost two years now has shined a lot of light on mental health and how important it is because the world was so busy and so fast that we could just keep putting it off. And then it slowed down. And everyone was like, oh, fuck. Like, I'm alone with my thoughts for the first time in 35 years. Yeah. I think that's good. I think it's good. And I think that's why I do truly believe that that's why we see we hear about it more. And we see it and it's more acceptable. And Simone Biles, like, holy shit, like, talk about like being paving the way for like mental health. Like there's no, there's no bigger stage, internationally. Nationally, there's no bigger athlete. And of course, you're going to have those people. She needs to tough it out. And it's like, no fuck you, dude. You have no idea. You don't know this pressure that she puts up with in the mental state. And how severely she can get hurt at her job if she's not in the correct mental state. Right. And that can go all the way down to an iron worker who's not in a mental state. Like you're walking on your building structures, like you need to be in a gymnast. You're walking on a balance beam at X feet,.
"teles" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"He said it. It's all he had to say. I was wrong. I admitted I was wrong. I apologized and like, I'll never do it again. Again, I didn't say anything like horrible. I'm listening. But it's just simple things. That's no word insane, horrible. He just said, where are you from? Oh, of course you're from Chicago. It's not a horrible thing to say. But it's also something that doesn't need to be said. It's just not a competition. And I think that's the reason that this whole the whole social media post that I did in this experience that I had was kind of just like the last nail in the coffin. I was like, I was already having these conversations Lyft rides this year already. I've been asked by even other resort employees or guests. It's like where are you from? And I'm like, well, I live in Bozeman. I was born in Nevada. I went to high school in Colorado. I've now lived in Montana longer than I lived in Colorado, but I still lived in Nevada for longer than both of those places. Everybody's having an identity crisis, and everybody has moved here at some point or even if you were born here, like a lot of my friends who were born here are not mean about it. But I think kind of what you're saying with getting called out. It's like, I think we need to realize that if we do get called out for something, we own up to it. We say sorry, or we learn from it. And move on. Swallow your ego, your pride. Realize that you're not always going to be the all knowing cool guy or girl. And just like, be more chill. Yeah, I just think be more accepting to learn like I don't know. I mean, especially with this podcast, like I've been having conversations that I'm blond hair, blue eyed, middle class white guy, like my life has been easy. Sure, I've had my struggles, but like, comparatively, my life has been easy. And all I can do is shut up and listen. And it's been the greatest thing that I've learned this year through this podcast. And not in a rude way, you know, I interviewed Steve sawre, who is a wheelchair, professional wheelchair basketball player. He has two gold medals, a bronze, for me, and I told him this. It was an awkward conversation for me, because I didn't want to offend him. And meanwhile, he's like, dude, I fucking too gold medals. I got a three, or yeah, two gold medals, a bronze, like, I'm the Michael Jordan of wheelchair basketball. You're not gonna offend me and it was so nice because I wanted to like tiptoe around the subject and it's like he knows he's in a wheelchair and he knows he's a better athlete than me all day every day. But it's been really, it's been a learning experience in general and it's like, put your pride aside, yeah, you have to be PC or should want to be, but I didn't know what I was getting into that conversation. What do we call them? Oh, they're just humans. That's what they are. They're basketball players. It's not what do we call them? They're not this mysterious alien. They're people who are better than you at a lot of things. They just happen to have been born without the use of their legs or it's been really fun and interesting. But it's the whole like you don't know what you don't know. And it could be something as simple as this where are you from conversation and then you're like shaming them from being born somewhere else, who cares? I don't know. I'm in a ranty mood today, so I apologize. But I'm just like, I think the answer is I'm fucking tired. Like, of it. Like I saw your post, and I was like, fuck this. This is me off. And why are we having these? Why do we have to have these conversations? In extreme sledding. It's all we're doing. We're just going down the hill and an extreme way. Like, why can't we just where are you from? Chicago. Oh fuck, I love Chicago. Dude, did you ski this run? It was awesome. That should be the conversation. The where are you from, should be like, oh, maybe I've been there. And there's like a connection. Like, oh, I'm from wherever. Not like, oh, of course you're from there. What is that? I don't know. Right. I don't know, I don't know. Yeah. Talk about anything else. Buddy the elf, what's your favorite color? Yeah. And I think that would be like a really fun, maybe we'll come up with a post, unlike things to talk about on the chairlift. Except the little questions for the chairlift, and we'll come down and like, I don't know. I don't even mind the where are you from? It's the judgment after. Yeah. Because like maybe you're from buffalo. Holy shit, I'm from buffalo. Oh, you ever go here? Great. Awesome, cool. It can be good, but this judgment of this local pride is so like gorilla chest beating. Like I'm born here so I'm better than you is insane. I don't know. It's just gatekeeping. Why do we stop gatekeeping? We need Dave Watson to speak to everybody. Interviewed Dave Watson. I asked him about gatekeeping on Everest. And he was like, no one should be there. I shouldn't be there. So why should I tell a lawyer that he can't be there? He's like, I just happen to have a better skill set so I can help him get there. He's like, but nothing lives at this level. Nothing. So who am I to say I should be here and you shouldn't be? And it's like, that's it. That's as simple as that. We all are lucky to be wherever we are at that time. So let's just embrace that and enjoy the fact that we're all here doing it kind of together, even though we want to ride the chairlift by ourselves. Yeah. I don't know. We've been talking for a while. I want to get you a cope. We do have a topic that isn't always fun to talk about, but we talked about a little before. You spoke about seasonal depression and why you stopped. Skiing or ski racing how it became a job I think mental health is really important and I think you telling a story like that is extremely important for other people to hear. So let's just maybe talk about to go too deep, but like talk about mental health and how important it is. Yeah. I mean, basically, you're noggin is your whole, it's you. So if there's something wrong with your brain, like if you aren't wearing a helmet and then you hit your head like you're gonna hurt your brain and that's gonna suck. And you can hurt your brain in other ways by you know just like the seasonal depression thing. Like if you live in New York or Montana or Washington, like it gets dark really early and in the winter it gets dark early and we don't get as much vitamin D is probably should. And we all know that seasonal depression is a thing. But I also think it is happening more in the outdoor industry or in mountain towns where because we have these big egos or we're supposed to be these big strong athletes and we're pushing ourselves in the mountains every day or on the river, whatever like we don't like to admit when we're not feeling happy because we live these really cool lives and back to what you were saying about being like a white middle class male in America. That's like, yeah, I'm a white middle class female in America and I've had it pretty easy too. And so I think it is starting.
"teles" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"We're selling a 100,000 icon passes. And when they're gone, you don't get one. Yeah. And that's the only way I think you can truly throttle it or do like a Monday through Thursday icon pass. I would buy that. By that all day, I don't want to be there on Saturday. Ever. Like, I will be walking up some I will go pow surfing at the local sliding hill. I'm good. I'll battle the kids for pal on sleds and my pals are for. I do not need to be at a resort. But I don't know. I think there's a way to throttle it and to do it. But back to your chairlift ride a little bit. I think what was important that you didn't maybe even realize that you did is you were in uniform, I'm assuming you were patrolling. And you stopped and spoke with that person. Whether or not you knew that was important to me a consumer, someone in a uniform who represents the ski resort. Taking the time to stop and say that is so important on changing our industry. I don't know. I think that's so important. Like I think that guy went home and was like, you know what, a ski patrol came up to me after like a shitty lift ride and was like, hey, that's not cool. Like as simple as that. Hey, that's not cool. I think that goes so much further. And I think that's what we as industry people or just I'm not an industry person. I just scale a lot. I'm a consumer. I don't now I guess they work for the skin industry, because I have this podcast, but I photograph weddings. I photograph weddings so I can ski a hundred days a year. I don't want to work, I don't want to ski patrol, because I don't want anyone to ruin my day. I'm selfish. I want to go skiing. So, but so if someone in uniform says something to me or like me who maybe some kid looks up to at my local resort can like say that's rad or that's not acceptable. I think that goes a long way. And I think we're at that point in our ski culture where we can finally speak up. And not to be jerks, speak up to be like, hey, that's not cool. Yeah. Yeah, and I think one thing that I took away from that whole interaction was like, I don't think that in that moment, if I had tried to shut the abuser down, it probably just wouldn't have been received very well. And especially like being in uniform being a patroller and being like, hey man, that's not very nice. He would have just been like, yeah, ski patrol nerds, like, whatever, you know? Or like, yeah, well, I grew up in Belgrade, so like, I have the right to say whatever I want. And it's like, well, no you don't, but also if you can just take that person that was getting straight up like pretty much verbally abused is what I'm gonna call it. If you're just like, hey, that's not how everybody thinks fuck that guy. Nah, you're fine. Keep doing you. Yeah, I think it goes a long way. I really do. And I do think someone will put that snowboarder in his place. I had a recent experience. I was in California last weekend, and I was working with a bunch of people I didn't know. You know, sometimes you just get into groups. And I said something that was insensitive, but not in the right circle, but just 'cause I didn't know. It was ignorant because of my lack of education. And I admit that and I'm not going to say what it was because I would never want to get canceled publicly. But the guy called me out and I was like, holy shit, I've been saying this for a long time. And it was something stupid. It was like a joke, but he called me out. And I'll never say that again. But it has to be the right scenario. Like it just has to be you in uniform on a chairlift who's not the right time to call that personnel. But this guy who's like my peer who I'm working with and again, it wasn't like, it wasn't like a horrible thing, but it was just something that he was like, hey, we don't joke about that. And I was like, you're right. I'm 100% wrong, and now I know that. And I can move forward. And I think having the confidence, that guy had the confidence to call me out as a peer, and it was so refreshing. And that was me getting called out. And.
"teles" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"I'm starting to see it more like Jackson's had it forever. The local people at Jackson aren't happy with tourism. And now Boseman's like the next stop. Like we keep going and now we're at Boseman. My question to you and I think you might have maybe answered it, but how do we fix it? How do we make it better? Yeah, I think you're starting to see it a little bit more in the outdoor industry, but this feeling of inclusivity. So it used to be that females weren't really welcome in the outdoor industry and that it was that minorities aren't really welcome in the ski industry. And now it's like people with disability aren't really welcome and granted all of those things are slowly making progress, but it's nowhere near where it needs to be. And I think there are different organizations or different social media accounts, if you will, that are pulling people into the sport and getting people to participate a little bit more or like, I don't know, there's a company in Boseman right now called ski like the ski like a girl. And it's all about getting women onto skis who maybe have never skied before or they're just moving to a ski town and they are scared to ski because it's hard to break into because of these egos. And so I think it kind of starts from the people that are already within this industry. We need to take a minute and be like, wow, we're being absolute dickheads. We're not being nice. And just encourage people to do the things in the outdoors that we love to do. And with passion because in this kind of dips into my river guiding job a little bit, but you know you take these people down the river that have never had this experience before and they're in the middle of the biggest wilderness area in the continuous night 48 states, the Frank church wilderness in Idaho. And maybe they've not spent that much time in the outdoors or maybe they haven't done a multi day river trip before. But you get them out there and they're way out of their comfort zone. They're way out of their element and they're like, wow, this place is so spectacular. It's a wilderness area. What does that mean? And you're like, well, it means you don't know motorized vehicles. You can't use a chainsaw. You can't use a bike. It's pristine wilderness. And then they're like, wow, yeah. That's really worth protecting. Or it's awesome that we still have these wild places within our country to go experience. And so I think it's kind of the same with the ski industry. It's like if you get more people into the outdoors, there's going to be more people who want to protect the outdoors. You want to protect our environment and protect our wild places. So it's just like, you shouldn't turn people away. From something that you love to do because it's going to grow the industry. With that being said, how do you feel about all these mega passes? Because that's like, I agree with you. What you said to a 100%, and I want everyone to experience this and I want everyone to get outdoors because the more people that do it, the more funding it will get. And when it goes to voting, people will care and climate change and like holy shit this stuff matters. And the only way to get to people to care is to get them to enjoy it and understand why it matters. But these mega passes are like getting people to these resorts, but now we have we're creating bad experiences. If you go skiing on a Saturday at Vale, odds are you will have a bad experience. Which is an interesting creation that they've created. If that makes sense at all. Yeah, no. Yeah, it does make sense. And I think to a certain extent, it's like the earth's population is growing, which is why cool places are growing. Everybody needs a place to live, and then everybody needs a place to go recreate. And it does suck that like, you know, you're gonna stand in a lifeline for a really long time, or there's gonna be a ton of traffic. And it's almost like the it's like it's not the consumer's fault necessarily. For buying into those passes or only being able to ski on Saturday Sundays, it's the evil corporations that are just trying to make the most money and it's like the corporations don't care about the consumers experience anymore. So I guess to that extent, it's like how do we get the big ski areas and these major mega passes to yeah, like give the people a better experience. Yeah, I think you nailed it without maybe knowing you nailed it. But I think I'm all for the mega pass. I couldn't travel. I couldn't afford to travel and ski all over the country without getting an icon. I can't pay $200 a day to go skiing. It does not compute in my life. My lifestyle, I'd have to work Monday through Friday. And I don't want to do that, so I must keep on. But I think maybe limiting the sales, like you can buy an epic pass, I think, still today. Maybe it ended two days ago, but maybe put a stop on it and put a limit on it or they're just selling, I don't know. Someone just announced an exceed journal just announced how many passes they sold this year versus last year versus two years ago. And it's like ten times more than two years ago. And it's like they know they can't handle that. They know that. So why don't they care? I don't know if you follow. Go ahead. I'm sorry. I was gonna say 'cause they only care about money, money, money. Right, but I don't know if you follow epic lift lines on Twitter, Alex Kaufman. He used to run wintry mix. A podcast. But he has a thing called epic lift lines, an Instagram handle, and that's all he does is kind of blast on them. But he's very intelligent and he's all numbers based. And he's like, it's just not sustainable. And he's not trying to like, I don't know, I guess I'm just saying it's not like the typical, like, fuck Val. It's like, hey, this isn't a sustainable model. For the consumer. For the corporation, sure. But like we have to make it work for both, or it doesn't work in the end. Great. I don't know. I don't know the answer to it. It bumps me out because I have to get one. Or I can't go skiing with my friends all over the country because it just doesn't work. But yeah. And I mean, to that extent too, a lot of places now like steamboat space pass is the icon pass. So by default, my parents get the icon pass, and then they get 7 days at big sky. So I don't have to use my free vouchers and they can come ski big sky with me and it's fabulous. And then they on their way home, they can go to Jackson, and then they can go ski with Taylor Johnson and Alta because my dad idolizes that kid and you know what I mean? It does open up all the possibilities of skiing, but it's like some people are more or less forced into that pass because why would you buy a $1200 steamboat pass when you could get a $600 icon pass and have unlimited day to steamboat? Because you live there and then go on trips. Yeah. I don't know. I've never been so far and again something at the same time. I just think there's a proper way to do it. And I think I hope that they'll figure it out and just kind of like, just set a limit. Okay, once these are gone, they're gone. There's no end date, but like.
"teles" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"The backcountry. Yeah. Yeah. So essentially, that is why most people get into telemark because it was the easier access to that country. And my family, my mom, dad, both tell my dad stopped Alpine after he was done teaching or coaching skiing essentially. Because he was a ski coach at a basin for a while. And he kind of just fell out of love with Alpine skiing and decided for the next challenge. So that's why he started telling. And then when I was little, like, my parents put me on skis at age two, and then as I grew up, I realized that their bindings were different than mine. So I'd be like, oh, mom dad, like when can I ski like you guys? And I would try on my Alpine skis like put my uphill foot back and I'd be like, look, I'm doing it and they're like, that's not really how that works. You need a whole different setup. Yeah. So essentially, when I started telling the first time I ever did it was at Park City in Utah because we were just on we essentially would leave for the weekends and go ski in Utah or Wyoming. It was how I grew up. And then there was a tiny little hill in elko called the snowball and it had 600 feet avert, I think, and a double chair that took like 17 minutes. But it was a ski hill nonetheless. But yeah, and then in order for all the kids to be able to go to the rubies with the parents, it just made more sense to be on telemark gear. We wouldn't do the long tours like the adults would, but, you know, we could do the little baby stuff. So. I'm so, I don't know if it's gonna be a telemark episode in general, but I just started my ski season today. This was like my opening day. I toured a couple times last week, but this was like my opening day. And I did it on Alpine gear for the first time in a long, long long time. And I felt like such a poser out there. I saw all my old Friends. I didn't tell anybody. I saw all my ski Friends. And I'm like, on all new brand new technic codes one 30 boots that I can't flex because I haven't flexed a boot like this in ten years. And I don't know, I had to tell you I had a riot because it was just switching it up. I don't think I'm done telemark skiing. But I don't know. I think I just had to say that out loud so everyone can hear that I'm opposed right now because I don't know how I feel. But I don't know. I go back and forth on telemark and the gear for me is part of why I'm doing both now is because the uphill gear has come so far. The Alpine touring gear is so much lighter. There's no arguing at skarpa hasn't given us a boot in forever. I'm sick of it. I want new gear, so I'm doing it. And that's what I did. And like 22 designs, the links awesome. But still compared to tech gear, it's heavy. So I made the switch, and that's my confession, and I don't know how I feel. But where that is going, kind of. I think that just had to get off my chest. Is you got into telemark racing, which to me is like, and maybe I'll offend you, but you might as well Alpine if you want to tell Mark race. Yeah. I mean, I just feel like telomeres isn't made to be like it's everything to tell Mark doesn't represent to me. And this brings me to the Olympics and I want to talk to you about it. But telemark is so free and flowy and it's almost like this odd flow state. And then you bring like racing and structure into it. And I'm like, no, we are misfits, punks, freaks, like freak flag, flying in the air, living in vans, and now we want to race, no, I don't want to do any of that. So explain to all Mark racing to the general public because it's different. It's not just bashing Gates. You do like a one 80 turn and almost like skate up the hill, correct? Yeah. Yes. So essentially, telemark racing is quite structured. But don't worry, all the people who are telling our crisis would have no problem with me saying this, we're all freaking weirdos and I don't think there's one person on the World Cup circuit that. My earphones are dying. If I have to switch back to it, that's fine. Let me just do that really quick. Okay, can you still hear me? Yep. Sounds okay. Cool. But yeah, so everybody on the World Cup circuit is pretty weird. And they've all found their way to telemark through different circumstances. They either started Alpine skiing first or they came from skier cross or Nordic or any other kind of discipline. But the telemark racing setup, everything is always going to be a giant stall and giant slalom format. And then there's a jump in the middle that you clear a line for distance. So there's two lines of women and a men's line. And if you don't make the line, you get three seconds penalty added to your time. And if you don't land telemark, it's another second penalty added to your time. Landing telemark being heel lifted. Like in a lunch for anyone listening. For anyone. Landing in a lunge. And then that way you're set up to go into the next turn too. It's not like you land the jump and then you're just cruising downhill. You land the jump in your right into another turn. So yeah, there's that. And then at the end of the course, sometimes it could be in the middle, we'll get into that. But usually at the end, there's the rapha, which is a Norwegian term, the French call it a loom. And it's not quite a 360, but it's a big bank turned. You go around that and then you have Nordic polls the whole time. So then you have a skate section at the end. So if you're smart in their Appalachia, you can actually press off that wall and gain more speed to come out into the skate section going faster. And then yeah. And then you skate down I think usually the skate sections are anywhere from like 30 seconds to like a minute long. And then you go through the finish line. The reason I say that the revolution might not always be at the end is because in the classic, which is just the one run format, it's kind of like the downhill, I've been in classics where there's a wrap in the center of the course and a wrap at the end. So there's two skate sections sometimes. And then there's also the dual sprint, which is two GS courses right next to each other. You go off the same jump, but you're separated. But then you go into the same. And so then it gets a little bit of skier crossy. And sometimes athletes will legitimately fly out the side of the wrath and go into the peanut and it's the whole thing. And then you're on the same skate section. So you can't you're not allowed to throw elbows. It's not meant to be full contact, but you can definitely use your body and get all up in the other person's business. Yeah. And then to your also judged on every single turn you make. So if you're not making a proper telemark turn, which means you have one boot length in between your toe and heel as you're lunging. You get a second penalty. And then if you hesitate too long and Alpine stance, you also get a second penalty, but you can only get one second penalty per gate. So if you hesitate, you get a penalty or if you don't have proper boots facing, you get a penalty. This is way more complicated than I thought it was. Right. Which is why it doesn't have that big of a following as far as spectators because when you cross the finish line, like when I first started racing in 2000..
"teles" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"Bing bong, what's up everybody? Hi, mister max. And I hate myself for that. Yeah, I'm mister Anna max. This is the pursuit podcast on the auto collective. I'm gonna fire off right away with a hot take. I mentioned in the podcast yesterday with Kyle Spain and jabber, I think I, me, my personal opinion, I think that your goggles should match your helmet. And I'm a snob and I admit that. And I'm wrong, maybe, but that is what I think. I think if you were wearing a jiro helmet, you should wear jiro goggles. And if you're wearing a Smith helmet, you should wear Smith goggles. If you're wearing Oakley goggles, you do not have to wear an Oklahoma because we all know that they are awful. That's why I take for the week. It's stupid. I know. I don't know, I hate that I think that, but I'm the same thing. I don't think that I guess I'm not even the same. I don't think that I should wear Nike socks with Nike shoes. I'm a mut. I'm just a ski snob and I'm trying to work on it. And don't think that this matters 'cause it doesn't. The goal of skiing is to have fun, go outside. I don't care if you have a park helmet and Smith goggles or a Joe for helmet and it doesn't matter where a helmet go outside have fun. That is my hot take for the week. It's funny how I can be such a snob. Or we can all be such snobs when it comes to like gear. When ultimately none of this matters. None of it. We're having fun. We're going outside we're skiing with friends. It's social. So my new year's resolution this year is not to care. I want to care about people. I don't care about my Friends. I want to care about my family. But I want to stop caring about things that don't matter. Obviously easier said than done. But I think we just worry about too much. I care if my skis match. Why? Why am I like this? I don't even match socks. Like, dude. Get it together. You're a wreck. Anyways. I don't know where I'm going with this rant. Let's talk about my my sponsor this week. My sponsor this week and for the next couple of weeks, is still Onyx backcountry. We don't have any snow, so you got to use a little bit 'cause we got a sleeper storm and now we've had a drop, so there's no touring right now. Some of the West Coast spots are getting hit. Some of the far east coast spots are getting hit. Anyway, Onyx maps dot com use code out of bounds for 20% off your subscription. I've said it, I'll say it again, Onyx Mavs dot com, Onyx backcountry is the app on your phone, download it, save maps, slope shading, route finding root creating, you can recreate roots on your computer and bring them to your phone. It's literally I've said it and I say it again, I'll say it again. It's a guidebook in your pocket. And there's nothing better than that. And it's a safety tool. I mean, we don't want to have to rely on our phones when we're in the backcountry. That would be insane. But it's also another tool that we have that we can rely on and something that can help us maybe find our car. Or find the van where you parked it, just if you could turn around. So again, Onyx maps dot com use code out of bounds. Now let's talk about my guess this week. Matty McIntyre, she is a ski patrol. I believe she's a rap guide. We didn't even talk about rafting because we just had such a great conversation about skiing. She's a telemark skier and I know how this industry hates telemark spheres, including myself, and I tell you why I tell Mark is dead and is dying in this episode. Matty obviously disagrees with me. She's been on tall Mark ski since I think she said she was 12 years old. So she's like the exact opposite of a poser. Like I'm a poser. I'm a telemark skier, telemark for less 7 years. And now I'm Alpine. So I'm the poser in this situation. Yeah, I don't know, it's just a great conversation. I think that about all my conversations because if I'm having bad conversations and I don't think I should be doing this. We talk a little bit about mental health, so there's a little warning for you. It's at the end of the episode. Nothing bad, we're just shining light on it. It's a real thing seasonal depression is real, depression is real, talk to your friends, call your friends. Be transparent. That's what we need to do. That's how we need to continue to help each other and to grow and to help our if your leg was broken, you'd go to the hospital and get it fixed. So if your mind is, I don't want to say broken. But if your mind is a little off, go to the doctor, go to the therapist, talk to somebody. It's important, self care is important. I made it and I talk about that. We talk about gatekeeping as far as like locals only and kind of how basically bullshit. We're all imports. We all came from somewhere. We should just be happy that people are out there sharing the stoke with us. So I rant a lot in this episode and I'm ranting a lot now. So here it is episode 40 of the pursuit on the auto collective with Maddie. Cool. The worst part is the intro, which there is no intro, so this is all you. So whenever you are ready, you can kind of start with your spiel. Who you are, where you're from, and then I'll kind of help you from there. Okay. Sick. Well, I guess I'll just hop right into it then. My name is Matty mckinstry. I originally originally am from a little tiny town in Nevada called spring creek, it's right at the base of the ruby mountains. So if you've ever heard of terminal cancer, that's where that line is. So my parents did a lot of skiing and the rubies with their friends growing up. We had a pretty good posse of family friends that all had kids that were around my age. So that's kind of how I got into telemark skiing and skiing in general was like the back country. And then we moved to steamboat Colorado when I was 12. Which was a great time to move. Just in the middle. Middle of middle school. Moving in the 7th grade, not ideal. Middle of your social peak. Yes. Correct. But it was nice because being a telemark skier, I switched when I was ten. So when we would just steamboat my dad heard that there was a telemark racing program, and he was just like, signer up because he was a ski racer and Alpine racer growing up. He grew up in California and Colorado split. So because we had been in Nevada and there weren't really any racing programs around elka or spring creek, I didn't get to have that upbringing. It was just like ski trips, you know, into the rubies or my grandpa lives in dregs. So used to go up to target a lot or go over to Alta in Utah as well. So it was nice to move to steamboat and have lifts and have the structure of the winter sports club. Yeah, telemark racing was all I did for 8, 9 years, so. So back up a little bit. I mean, I'm familiar with terminal cancer. I've knocked it off my bucket list. But the ruby's, there are no resorts there, right? It's all just kind of backcountry skiing. There is no,.
"teles" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast
"And I'm like, yeah, great. Now you go save somebody a year. You guys, you guys build some stuff around it and let's share that out. And get you paid through the tell this work program and you guys save people, stay people a month, right? One of the tenets of software really, especially open-source software is you should only have to write software once. And then keep iterating it on making it better or forking it and making it do slightly different things. But having to rewrite the same thing over and over again is wasted effort. So essentially writing new things. And so we built the teles works, funding platform, and we funded we funded people in the there's a company called scatter that made the first wallet people could actually use as sort of a graphical wallet. And I used it, but it was so buggy. I'm so glad anchor came about. Well, anchors also in gray masses option, but to be but here's the thing. They never got any funds from anyone, but direct individual users and tell us works grants. They got one of the first tell us where it's grants because back then it was an absolutely necessary thing. The guys who made it the James brothers are awesome, awesome developers. They're working on ultra right now and rami James is actually also working with the cordovas and we kind of share him a little bit and it always makes us have the talk now with the ultra CEO and I wouldn't be shocked if there were some kind of announcement at some point in the not too distant future about some kind of partnerships on some level between TELUS and ultra. Nothing specific, but I hope there will be soon because it's going well. Anyway, those are the guys who did scatter. They just never got any funding. They never got any funding. They tried to launch a coin to do it. And then they found out that they were in big trouble and it eventually they're just like, look, you know, you can't this is a great example. You can't just keep putting more and more and more in when you got when you are not if you didn't get rich early in crypto or whatever, and you're just pouring your pouring all your funds in. You know, like, that's hard. And they had to stop and do other things and take jobs and stuff and which is a real shame because those guys were major builders. That's why that's why it's stopped being good. If they ever had any funding or support at all, even freaking $10,000 from Eos, they would, you know, but more like more like a million, right? Frankly, I would have done what I would have gone in and said, great, great, 2 million bucks. You guys see what you can do with this yellow..
"teles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"In the near term at least the disinflationary effects that of a resurgence in the virus would be larger than the inflationary ones from things like supply constraints If there is going to be a repeat of the winter lockdowns or lack of mobility then it would be a surprise if central banks continued on course instead more likely they will delay the pace or the start of their tightening process So against ringing on the impact of Omni krung Economic sing also little likelihood that China's economy would escape if only crime turns out to be a threat to global activity but the risk to inflation is seen as greater than on growth and that is at the time shin manufacturing PMIs came in weaker than expected In fact failing to continue a recent trend of solid economic data Let's get back to our guest Isaac global CIO Ariana portfolio advisory services and teles Isaac You saw that reading that we had we also had the official numbers yesterday and they were stronger than anticipated The thing is what's it a picture Is it actually painting of the Chinese economy right now It's planning a picture of an economy that's grappling with several cross cars saying we know the property is facing challenges It's not going to be the intimate growth coming out of 2021 2022 That simply has not going to be the main progress in life of every brand And instead what we're seeing is an economy that is deliberately being transitioned away from that process to go domestic consumption but also in the near term to infrastructure And that's going to stop showing up in your body We're going to see volatile economic numbers over the next couple of months Those are fantastic But there is lots of that required to finish forward trying to get private Saying we'll hit the target and I expect it's going to at least fall reading around 60% And then in 2022 you have an economy that's driving full with some very clear The real risk here inside the policy that there is no indication that that's going to be gone back And that is a handbrake on growth at least in the return So Isaac I mean this is an economy which is evolving but dual circulation We've also got the leveling up here is taking place here with common prosperity These things are going to take their toll on growth arguably the thing is we've also got that regulatory overhang amongst it all is China a very selective bet where you go I think that's always the case in China It is a difficult place to apply And you want to be aware of all of those costumes before we start giving your policy But there is a lot of pessimism that go into the financial market that we're seeing on the performance versus the works and the end of the world markets It really has pretty negative outcomes to 20.7 to 2023 And we just don't see that We think that there is clear commitment to the company there is a particular challenge in 2021 And across that really are the opportunities And then we think the Chinese market is broadly here is something that is a lot more upside than it is downside even though we stand in some of those risks to talk about Good stuff Isaac Isaac Google's CIO Ariana portfolio advisory service has got a lot more coming.
Tapia's Tiebreaking Single in 10th Sends Rockies Over Braves
"Raimel Tapia furnished an RBI single in the tenth inning to give the Rockies a three two win over the Braves tapi is slated cuts the Braves lead in the NL east at three and a half games over the Phillies it was a tough night at the plate for Braves manager Brian Snitker steam we had a lot of situations head guys up that we want yeah was you know a lot of situations in our favor I thought just couldn't get a big hit the rocky scored twice in the fifth on Antonio Santa telus bunt single and Charlie Blackmon's bases loaded walk Eddie Rosario tied it in the bottom of the fifth with a solo shot Rosario drove in both Atlanta runs sends a tele allowed two runs and seven hits with no walks and seven strikeouts in six innings I'm Dave Ferrie
"teles" Discussed on WTOP
"Right now to say that this vehicle was definitely shot, and we're not comfortable enough to say this vehicle was not shot, and she says if it was shot whether the shot was on purpose, it's not believe there is a threat to the public. Mike Murillo w T. O P News. California man is under arrest today after Capitol Police say he told them he was On patrol near the Democratic national headquarters. They found weapons in his truck in the morning, Capitol Police chief Tom Manger says an officer on patrol noticed a black Dodge pickup truck with an American flag picture in place of its rear license plate. That officer pulled the driver over inside 44 year old Donald Craig heads truck painted with multiple swastikas and white supremacist symbols. Officers say they found a machete and a Benet. Manger says this happened near the DNC headquarters downtown. It's unclear if the Oceanside, California man charged with possession of prohibited weapons planned on attending an upcoming demonstration in support of those associated with the insurrection at the Capitol. Megan Cloherty. W T O P News. It's 305 now that the Virginia Supreme Court supported the ruling overturning the suspension of fist aid teacher Tanner Cross for speaking out during a public meeting, the Loudon County School board is set to revise its policy on professional conduct. Draft policy has a section labeled protected speech. It says school employees are in a position of public trust. But nothing in the policy should be interpreted as a bridging their First Amendment right to protect its speech or their right to a private life outside of their work responsibilities. It does specify that employees are expected to support the school division's commitment to action oriented equity and non discrimination and that the performance of their jobs should promote respect, Professionalism. Stability and inclusivity for all people near Lloyd can stand. W T O P knows Montgomery County Public School students will begin getting their noses swab at random this week. It is all part of a new Covid 19 testing program. We've had up to 1400 CPS students and staff quarantined at one point, Montgomery County Council president Tom Hucker told reporters his son was amongst the students sent home starting this week more than 50 of the 208 public schools in the county will randomly Test asymptomatic students who have opted in for the program that concerns and the feeling of over quarantined people. That those numbers will drop by the implementation of testing. Director of Health and Human Services for the county, Raymond Crowell says that the more students that sign up for testing the more effective the program will be Luke Luke er w t O P news. It is 306 Keep it here on w. T. O P because we have traffic and weather next and then what do America's allies think of us right now? We'll talk about it with national security correspondent JJ Green. Jim. You with confidence on car free day Use Transit Ride, Share bike Walk, Scooter or Tele work.
Congressman Darrell Issa on the Californian Families Trapped in Afghanistan
"These are american children. Afghan families went home for a family. Reunion would trapped wherever they were. And you're trying to get them back. Can you give us a little taste. A little flavor. How chaotic is it. How hard is it to track down and get these children. To safety congressman. Well literally this particular group and some of them were. Us born some were born in afghanistan but these children and their parents all were part of earlier. Resettlements of people that have helped us early in the war And they they were back as many people do go for this summer The state department did not know where they were. We were able to get in touch with them through of all things Facebook and then using whatsapp and And little by little we were able to inform the state department where they were and with dod assistance and much more dod than state department Began the extraction process. But it is these people are are isolated. they're scared. The misinformation abounds but also In the case of every one of these families Telethon fighters came to the door asking questions and doing essentially a sense of who are you and what are you doing And coming through the house and you can imagine being Eleven or twelve year old girl And having a tele bound fighter wanting to know everything about you in hoping that your Your native tongue was good enough that they wouldn't realize that you've been living in america for most or all of your life and that's that's some of the trauma that these kids are facing in their families The taliban have made it clear. They're not letting afghans out after August thirty first and sebastian. American americans are still considered afghans if they come from there so these people are at risk of not getting out. Follow this man. Rapid rep darrel ice on twitter. Eissa dot house dot
Canary Speech Uses Voice to Identify Human Conditions Across Multiple Applications
"Canary speech technology is currently commercially available. It's practical and scalable. We range in population sizes from a few thousand to hundreds of thousands of individuals within the population that we're monitoring and scoring. We have a range of different human conditions, stress anxiety, depression, we've had probably the most extensive use with. We've done some work in PTSD as well. Second to that we have a lot of work done in MCI Alzheimer's and cognitive function and decline. In this particular case, we currently have four clinical partners in different locations in the world where we are doing validation studies on Alzheimer's and cognitive measurements. And then of course, employee burnout, things like congestive heart failure, autism and others are ones that are being worked on as well. I've talked about our patents, we have new patents we're applying for things that we've been learning through these studies. And then our speech analysis as we mentioned before is done generally on 40 seconds to a minute of speech. And we return scored through our system within three seconds of time. Our partners range across the world. I've talked about hack attack meridian. I'm going to talk a little bit more about them later. Ulster hospital tele hospital and Dublin Ireland wake forest Hitachi SNK telemedicine companies like Best Buy health and several others.
"teles" Discussed on Green Eggs and Dan
"This episode of dan was produced by andrew. Stephen and edited by jordan. Aaron executive produced by jeff umbro and the pod. Glummer it you can find more of their podcasts at the todd glamorous dot com the theme music is beautiful food by. Dan and the interstitial music is by brake master cylinder. If you like this show please tele french. Sharon episode.
Fox News Reports That U.S. Flight Hasn't Left Afghanistan in Eight Hours
"Americans are getting through those checkpoints and they are getting onto the base on the airfield. And they are being flown out of Kabul. I won't speak to potential future operations that may or may not be conducted. What I can tell you is the operation we're conducting now, and that is to keep that airfield open and running, and Americans are getting through the lines. They are getting onto planes. No, they're not. They're not. There's a story on Fox breaking right now. They are not getting on planes. Because the planes ain't going anywhere. They haven't had a flight in eight hours. It just broken the Chiron on Fox at a U. S. White hasn't left an eight hours. What are they doing? Tele Transporting people. Am I missing something? How hard is this? Listen, our troops on the ground, want to save our people I heard and Lucas Lucas Tomlinson reported on five. Yes. That they were directive strict orders not to save our own people. Are you guys ever in the military leadership and Biden going to get off your asses and save these people? What are you doing? This is not hard. This is not hard to do. It's dangerous. It's very dangerous. It's extremely dangerous, but it's not hard. We know how to do this. Okay. Force protection was my entire line of work. Set up a bunch of stable, secure motorcade routes. Take them block by block. If you have to clear them, hold them set up entry points to those routes. You can make it like a bus stop. If you have to meet us at this point, if that gets blocked, meet us at the next checkpoint, and that's how you get people out. Create an alternate route. Create safe houses along the way. You can secure secure the high ground on the round. This isn't hard. It's dangerous. It's extremely dangerous, but it is not
"teles" Discussed on Throughline
"Doctrines and turns them into major issues of constitutional law for the first time. When we come back we entered the warren court arra and the battle for judicial supremacy reaches a tipping point. This is dan from phoenix arizona. And you're listening to a through line from npr. This message comes from npr sponsor. Tele doc tele doc is here for you with twenty four seven access to board certified doctors who can diagnose and treat non emergency conditions like sinus infections allergies rashes and more and tell docs. Doctors can wear authorized call in a prescription to be filled at the pharmacy of your choice. Download the app today or visit. Hello doc dot com slash. Npr part.
"teles" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Tele Padilla Galya cheese can't can't stand no more. Yeah, I'm on my way. See that looks like a good place. Okay, helmet. Look back on my brain. Just look at that. That's my keen on can Together for me. See that landing. It's right here in seconds. That is like a melody. Listen, while I talk on your faster slave you see on the phone just to help me Bridge. Oh, does it for me? See that landing love That is our fastest risers up 8 30 telepathy, A galley Guccis on 80 40. So the DJ Caledonian just wouldn't be a DJ Count album without an insane rush of guest artist and his new project. Callie Cal. It certainly lives up to that reputation. It's packed with stars possible on Jay Z Nagy, J. T. Justin Timberlake Low Wayne, The Baby Puff Daddy, 21 Savage, Meghan Be Stallion and more. Unheard of. He pulled it off how he credits it and his whole career to one of the biggest talents. Never taking no for an answer, he tells e. T. Nobody said No. When I asked him about this project, But if I got to know way to figure out why Time about this out my whole career my whole life. They've said no to me. So if I listen to those knows I wouldn't be where I am right now. Callie, Cal is out now on air with Ryan Seacrest on 80 40 number 29. I should move because New York is getting money out this way. But it's always Candace, honey up and that'll wanna know. So I said my bar real. Oh, okay. Okay. Okay. Okay. You say you put your just on me. So it say so in San Cap and just enjoy this. Don't you love it? Don't you love it? No, I am happy and wear this side. Don't you love it? Don't you love it? No, I am happy. Hey, wake up, and I'm not so Maddie Twitter now live in sex, but it sucked in just a little now and I don't want no show. I said my bar real love may Okay, man, Okay, you say you but you just don't mean so It's san. You're so inside. Shut up and just enjoy this. Maybe I'm maybe I'm stupid. Where? Well, I can't fall asleep and losing my mind because it's faster and my brain's on fire. Having counting sheep but the sheep of done trying to heart But I can't.