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"tenterfield" Discussed on Criminormal Activity
"Barbara, was married to Jack rugby. They had four children and all seemed like rainbows and butterflies. But she had an affair with one of Jack's coworkers, which is yikes. Very messy. This coworker was named Ken knight. So when the affair was discovered, Barbara was forced to move away from Aberdeen in New South Wales hunter valley to moire with Ken. And remember, there are children involved here. Two of the rugan children would stay with their father Jack, while the other two went to live in Sydney, Australia, with an ant. This is when Catherine comes into the picture. But not just Catherine. Also, her twin sister, joy. Catherine enjoy were born to canon Barbara on the 24th of October in 1955 in tenterfield, New South Wales. Catherine was one of 8 children in this home, which that is a lot of kids and that is a choice. Four years later, in 1955, Jack rugen dies. And when this happened, the two children that had been staying with him went to Barbara and Ken. Now this isn't the greatest. You see, Ken was an alcoholic, and a severely abusive one at that. I do want to toss out a little warning here in this next little part. I'm gonna be talking about abuse and sexual assault, so if you would like to skip ahead, now is the time to do so? As I said can was highly abusive. He would rape Barbara upwards of ten times a day. And this isn't something that was isolated between her and Ken. The details, blood into the lives of the children via Barbara. Barbara would often tell her children. All about her sex life with Ken, which wow. Not even in the ballpark of things you should be talking about with your children. Barbara would also tell them just how much she hated sex and men in general. So super unhealthy situation we've got here right from the jump. I told you we should not be adding more kids to the mix here. And yet we are. Catherine has stated that in her youth, she was sexually abused by multiple members of her family until about the age of 11. She did say that her father was never one of these people, though. Psychiatrists have gone over this bit, but they do question some of the details that.
"tenterfield" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports
"Knows those guys. Let's now start bringing a situation where you know what. It doesn't have to be just tennis. Where yeah venus and serena. We already know who they are. We don't need to accompanied their names with their their first names with their last names now. The starts to move into a different spectrum of sports to where we start. Building brands for females giving them opportunities to build a brands was advertisements. Endorsements off the field for women who don't play a sport like tennis who don't play an individual sport like golf all of a sudden now mainly we can go ahead and start building the wnba the women in the wnba so they can have the same opportunities college athletics. I'm telling you introducing named image and likeness. This should help this cause because now it gives these college basketball players. Give these college Female basketball players and softball players in volleyball players in such now an opportunity to get out there. Because as i mentioned before when i spoke about named imagine lightness permeating do college. Athletics in how we could be making a bigger impact with the female athletes. It could with the male athlete y. Because sex sales. And if you can put a female college volleyball player or swimmer or basketball player or softball player if you can get them the model or if you can put them on a poster or you can put them on a calendar. Yeah it's at Can i know sexist in those types of things. Yeah maybe but again. As i mentioned before itself in women can use that to advance their to open up doors for them to market other things. A pretty young female never hurt nobody. A female who was highly attractive. Never hurt nobody. It never hurt them. In terms of trying to get endorsements in advertisements so yemen the females at the summer olympics rocking and rolling. Getting it done. And i'm happy for him. I'm happy for the. I'm happy for the movement. Works hand in hand with everything else off the court on the court off the field off the tenterfield off the tennis court on the tennis courts every aspect. Women trying to get better women trying to advance women trying to get that respect all of those things. The women now showing as athletics concern that. They're on the same. Par in even greater as far as excess is concerned with the males. It's only going to open up more opportunities for equality in advancement when it comes to women all over. This world.
"tenterfield" Discussed on Alchemy This
"Can i stay out of this bernie. I got this. I don't know what you're swipe left's or swipe right. But i just want you to be in fighting shaped by the time of the fight. They gotta stay tough. Yup i will be rocko. I'm working on it. You know mental preparation to and stuff an object. Keep my swiping fingers strong. You're gonna work out you're swiping face. Stay out just. Maybe somebody pick somebody. That doesn't look like this is going to be your first fight first. Big what so. Maybe it doesn't even come or somebody that doesn't have know bent knows i. I'm sorry. Look where we got bernie in rocco in stupid fight a Stupid russell imitators rocco. You know there's just as much as i do. You got two weeks left on this property before my and my family. I take it over. You understand look dominic this kennedy special. This has got to be something different. Okay at figure out how to use this goddamn app. He's gonna he's gonna get a fight setup and the money's gonna bear all a Loved she huckabee. boasts knows. That ain't gonna happen. This is gonna turn into a subway sandwich. Okay that's what i was gonna ask. Hey babe before you head out to the beach Do you know that your phone is hooked up to your ipad. And do you know that your ipad has left out now on the bed. Stand because you were reading last. Stop no no no no. That's what i'm trying to say so to say like the cash about this. No no no no no. I was rolled over to your side of the banks. Don't wanna smell your pillow. Because you know i can't get up in the morning without really bringing you in. I know that gross you out but it's the truth. Thank you for just selling my pillow and not meat. Good god and then i looked over are the best thing. 'cause my i saw something light up and it was your ipad and saw are so you had a match. I thought we were off the apps you know. I had light up all the time and that and that's on invitation. Ready to go and look at my ipad was. It's not invitation. No okay and thought we were off the apps. I thought when we first time. Don't call it was please. Don't calling it was y- We can tell a check out. Any pat here So you wanted to transfer any notifications on this app to your phones. All right sir. Yes thank you are genius. Thank you Okay it says fingerprint. Id can use Use that if you can just feel like so. Thanks so much dude. I'm gonna go look at the cases just all the information from this from this to this foreign i'm gonna look at the cases decided using your thumbprint. You can use use yours or whatever. No i can't i need years. I got his risks. Okay with the folks going on here get your finger out key linger out. What do you do what is this can't be part of the bar. Where the genius bar. So the breitbart comes over and helps out sometimes when you old precious bring against okay okay. Access denied Maybe you know maybe we just press too hard. Do you want to punch. it's my it's my love love of my life this her ipad. I'm one of those guys today. okay. I don't feel good about myself but i'm one of those guys today. You guys can understand. Come on genius brute the set tenterfield what. We're we have a writing match. yes i know. i know. i'm just hours it already time. We said that we'd meet here at the denny's at three. I just wanna make it. I don't want to fight here. You got to be honest. I did not realize what i was getting into. There's all the different choices its relationship. It's friendships denny's can a party to Yes yes please tell. Please tell me you're here to eat. You're not gonna fight in the parking lot. I don't like fighting don't you. Can you can eat or ninety. Please don't fight in the parking lot. We had another table of yours. Fight the parking lot doctor. I'm sorry why does it come out of my paycheck greg. You know how this works. All right lift people at the table. You serve gets fed by us and then goes out and fight in our parking lot. That's your fault you. I mean how you calculating the damage. Oh if somebody scratch on them in our parking lot. We can be sued greg. Look somehow the word got out there that this denny's has just a good parking lot for for impromptu bare knuckle fights okay. I'm looking at the sheet here and it seems like a lot of your tables fight. I got gotta suspicion that you're working with tinder in order to get things going. What no great. So you're bernie's your coach or trainer. Is that right. yeah. I coach i start. Oh hi we wanna talk to you. I'm looking for the best in the city. I'm the best trainer in the city. He's allowed her though. He's a lot louder lock. I'm betta we work together though. We're a package deal. Okay so hire me. You work with bernie as well. I've got a terminal disease. That's gonna kick in any minute now. So i'm going to hand over the business bernie when i kick it all right. Yeah we can put sandwiches there. We could put the bread rockall. You're looking at other fighters. i mean. We're foot all this time together. You're looking for new fighters don't have faith in me. Look kid you still have a master that app. Okay swipe and you're swiping but you're not you're not clicking on on anyone trying to decide between the ultimate mahler and this girl named lisette. I'm not sure which is the way to go. I let me say. Let me see your profile go okay. Five foot two ninety five pounds reach of eleven inches. Here's ultimate mall. I think you can win this one. I think you can win this bus. Bus looking over the The data today for what. I do here at tinder. You know Kim across something interesting. I don't want to get into your time. You're looking at the data of what we do. Here at timber. Yeah was i not allowed to do that. So you've you've seen inside. Yes okay. i didn't want. I knew that you guys are doing fighting. I was like that doesn't make sense. And then when i looked at the data that ninety four percent five close it or closer at ninety four percent of fights end in a romantic match. Yeah yeah i know. I know it's perfect. It's perfect amir means can't express love unless it's through inc. It's amazing. I mean the data was always there for us always. Oh we should know how to tapping greg. I'm not switching sections with you okay. I'm not switching.
"tenterfield" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast
"And craw drove through the rain for six straight hours. The roads were wind -i and money. They lurched against their seatbelts on every bum and so naro started to wonder whether this trip was going to be worth it. Just as the son was starting to set. Craw and sonora drove into a small village. They drove past orange orchards and bushels of broom grass as they arrived. The rain finally stopped so people are not used to like outsiders coming into the village so little kids like came running ijaz. Okay why we call coming to the like why. Why are they like are they like what other comedian like that and of allied groups up and does richard shopping having chai and all those things sonoran crop heart tenterfield next to two houses made of bamboo and the caretaker of the community homestay showed them to their little rooms. Devas race platform made from bamboo. And i sat down with like watching the sunset so it was really really beautiful like the clouds being printed in different colors or the causa. He'll lasagna. It was really magical and that that movement. I heard like people pulled into each other by that tunes like different different tunes and then pro game to me and he was like yes. That's people quoting to each other. It was so magical. When i heard that.
"tenterfield" Discussed on Mo Egger
"He's the answer by the guy you're talking about but i'm just saying anybody better than show Shoghi alma At least say that in the final three weeks of season last year. That one of the reasons why the team did so well with shogo. Got on base a bunch. He helped last year and he didn't help enough. he's not. I used to think that it was between him and billy hamilton for the worst hitters. Do and i only watch reds games. I don't see everybody. But i thought it was between those two. I don't think that anymore. I think billy hamilton's a better hitter than he is. Let me make a quick comment about keno. I love a kim. I think one hundred games left. Okay if they started aquino for the rest of the season game in center field and he would be your best center. Fielder would hit more home. Runs than both castellano in winker. I think he's a better fielder. Better base runner and Definitely better fielder said better base runner and he's faster as a stronger arm and getting in the groove if they gave him a chance i think he would for the rest of the season last hundred games he would out of home or both of the corner outfielders He needs a chance. They need to get him out there in the lineup tonight. He isn't a lineup tonight. Yes tenterfield he is. He's playing field but feel who's in center. You're you're hyneman that you boy..
"tenterfield" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"tenterfield" Discussed on WTMJ 620
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"tenterfield" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Are to their starters now this doesn't mean like he's ranking like the best situation shopping or anything like that right I mean that's not what this is all about it's basically how committed in stock are you to your quarterback for the foreseeable future and number one on the list is is a contract that a lot of people have wondered about since it was signed and that's Jared Goff of the Los Angeles rams this is of course during this time there were court there right now we just need a list right just because we all love a list so I SO Jeff when we look at these names as golf is number one on this list you know it was great for the rams I'm sure that fan base to get to the Super Bowl and of course fall short against doing one but I think the rams will rue the day that they pay through the nose for Jared Goff really when you think of the the top ten quarterbacks in this league wears off in there Scott even in your top ten I don't think I put him in the top ten he's top fifteen I feel confident saying that I think obviously as they showed you you can absolutely make a Superbowl Jared Goff is your quarterback but there but there will be times when he will he will let you down the money's is remarkable you mentioned that by the way on March twentieth I was not a happy camper because that's was about we were about a week into our stay at home water Illinois and you know obviously was a hard time for for my son and me being home together for Jared Goff will March twentieth wasn't the worst possible day because it's Dan Graziano points out on March twentieth Jared Goff had a twenty one million dollar roster bonus for this season come deal and his salary for two thousand twenty one twenty five million became fully guaranteed and he had a roster bonus for next year twenty two point five million that became fully guaranteed and his roster bonus two thousand twenty two at fifteen point five billion all became fully guaranteed just on March twenty do you realize that that could be a franchise killer that they're contracted itself like because Jeff you have to invest in a young quarterback I understand that in okay I wasn't the biggest golf and coming out of college all right fine I know that you have to pay at some point but the amount of money doled out included fifty seven million dollars guaranteed so the rams are not the rams that we thought they were going to be because of the of now you don't have the running back that you thought that you have been girly look like Gurley's best years in college in Georgia because now he's got a one year contract with Atlanta so so the rams as a whole strong defense do you have enough offense we get back up there to win them it's a super bowl again I don't think so we look at the Tenterfield signing ten until four years a hundred eighteen million dollar contract sixty two million of it guaranteed to hand off the football this is one of two on this list and yet like ten Hillsborough to the Titans but is that the answer that's what I look at this list is is like yes you are married to these teams but is a divorce imminent that's what I'm right now and when he will grasses Tonia is that based on the numbers that divorce is not imminent this is like an unhappy marriage like staying together until the kids are out of the house to go to college and that's what this is like you know now I'm not saying that every bad deal by the way to the Christian hood on ESPN radio I think every big huge contract for quarterback is a bad deal well give rise to this did this list let's say a month from now in in this span Patrick Mahomes gets a steal don't Kansas city well that's going to work whatever Goff in Tannehill signed for and they would be number one on the list after he gets his deal but you would look at that and say that's a bad deal I mean it's it's it's about the quarterback not not you know but then you have a quarterback who's a little iffy then you put big money on top of it and that's that's super risky I live this I live the Jay Cutler contract where that deal got done and there was so much at the time guaranteed money front loaded in that contract where for three years four years it was impossible to cut him when really they probably would have loved to have moved on before then but they financially could not look all that sets the franchise back in there still is no franchise quarterback in Chicago we saw the cousins contract remembers like you saw the cousins contract sixty one million are fully guaranteed and Kirk said do you like that you like that yeah you must like the sixty one million dollars yeah guaranteed right inside and and what do we say several years ago we said you know that Vikings team good defensively Zimmer Starbright offensively all the needs quarterback well thank you Mike so cousins is signed through twenty twenty one yeah I just got another extension okay all right so again he want to make sure he got his money now all of these quarterbacks we look on this list is is the juice worth the squeeze and what cousins Minnesota is as good as any other team in the NFC north that's not name the Packers so we got to find out is that worth it that Carson Wentz is high on this list initially he was eighth on the list but grassroots recalculations moved him up to I think like forthright I mean so that's that's something Hey Joe Berle is on the list for cincy even though he hasn't even signed a contract yet EE hasn't played a snap in the NFL but just based on what the number one overall pick is going to make as far as guaranteed money which is gonna be like I don't know like maybe forty million total guaranteed and then you are about to tell you more that probably like fifty billion total guaranteed so so that's on the list too and that's a guy that has even played yet but they are if you don't think the Bengals are married to Joe burrow you haven't been paying attention like this absolutely has to work for them and I'm sure they will give this every possible way to play out because because you know the bangles are going to give a guy I'm taking a guy number one of pain and that quarterback number one money and cut bait after with him after two years like that's not happening like he's their minimum four years in probably minimum five years with the fifth year option that I could absolutely see the bangles you have Joe burrows a star I think it's the the Bengals having him play on the fifth year option somewhere down the road which if that's the case that be great for Cincinnati because that would be Joe brawl turned out to be really good quarterback so so far we've met with Nate we're at the wedding you're not sitting side by side with a lot of drinks and we have to take a look because we took a look at too shaky marriages like all this rams and Titans thing that's not going to work Minnesota looks like a good marriage I think they're right for each other Philadelphia the right for each other and Joe burrow always so do the newlyweds they're so young and marriage are young and love all this could be great was it severity but then you get a rock solid wedding a rock solid marriage what Russell Wilson gas and Pete Carroll that's going to last forever there when you look at you like happy with American life in years and it's like they're still on their honeymoon together how is this possible yes that's the good that's the way that we want to go to you know not to take this off but we do want to christen hood on ESPN radio I've always felt that you can tell a lot about people based on their wedding yeah if you've been to a wedding before that the vibe is a bit off those are the couples that tend to you know maybe not stay together for the long haul like I've been to those and then you go to weddings that it's just like fun there's Russell undersea are on the floor get down which top shelf liquor and it's an hour and a half cocktail party and you know whatever else happens and those are the weddings there like you know what that was a great vibe and I could see that turning out to be a a great marriage like Russell Wilson of the Seahawks but what about the falcons Matt Ryan what kind of weddings that converges that that's like started off really well yeah that's like a like a like a destination wedding like you know you go together and you get married in Aruba which is the most beautiful place in the world you go to Aruba you're on the beach you know everyone looks beautiful and wants to hand no word Tommy Bahamas you know khakis and sandals on the beach for a wedding or shorts and then you know yes stay on the honeymoon for AI can he extend the honeymoon and then maybe go on a second honeymoon and it's so cool when you come back if you buy a house together and it lights moving so fast and then after after a while you're like you know sit on the couch looking each other like you're still here huh all right I'm still here too so that's what I'm saying is that Arthur blank in Matt Ryan doing it Lana they look at each other the author blank looks like he is from the nineteen thirties dancing film so so you're you're speaks with a cab Calloway type film are you saying are you saying that all the blood to Matt Ryan looking to like okay I don't know how we can continue to do this a lot of money about five year fifty million dollar extension yeah destination wedding then you get like the bears a twenty nine you got Mitchell Trubisky that's like a Vegas wedding that's like I hear is you get really hammered annually let's go to Vegas to tie the knot you know a great idea let's look at it overall let's look at let's not shop Watson that my friends is the blackout Vegas wedding working as fast as you can to get an old but unfortunately for the bears the annulment papers have been have been held up by the courthouse in the last three years I love you Mitch yeah I I love you too I I think I love you okay well we just didn't you know what your card so you can about this we just don't know let's just get together and just go to Vegas real quick you know did the drive N. to just keep very but just just do it on a lark this dude mich Michigan merry are you sure okay twenty nine no no think so we're just going to work but you know what he's good at everything like Mitch is it he's out now because of this is Allah drew lock of the broad goals it student whose new with the patriots and mention with the mustache with jaguar I thank you in right place would find that funny we I think you would you would laugh if you're if yours is that he might that well we're just joking around saying that the parents of the drafting it was kind of like going to Vegas and you know getting buried a little white wedding chapel or whatever they call for work for Joan Collins and Michael Jordan look at is that one little chapel it's you know what he's gonna drop top because if you'll just landed McCarron to get married that's going to things we do there we go get Eminem's what's that that's all I mean that's what it is that's what it is eighty instead of just a something to do on a Saturday night let's just get married that's exactly that's what that's what Trubisky and the bears or twenty but I love this article because it just I just was trying to envision what the what the wedding state would be like for you or not to be able to go to this like the the wedding of Philip rivers the the merits of Phil rivers has with the colts is just a one year deal you know short wedding because you thought you know the culture hot and then the divorce was coming after year like Aaron Rodgers is like though the wedding you go to where your your body's marrying this like super hot super model and yet you don't do anything around the house to help out it is very strange right now I think you're all the all the all the bright side is like all these like high powered celebrities you know like supermodels and then it's you in like you're you know you're you're you're dumb college friends who've just lay around the house and you know don't cut the grass don't do the dishes it is you know just don't don't do anything that really help the situation Rogers is checked in the Florence phones that so who's this Jordan love who's this right I thought we were gonna be together forever it's not hot so whatever yeah whatever man all right so I'm just gonna go out an audible do whatever I want to do now because you decide to bring in Jordan to our life what is this I don't do like three people in the white in America I don't do that so whatever you know whatever whatever it's like let thanks so I think that that marriage is is is it going to be doomed because Rodgers has his way of doing things and he's not happy that Jordan love is in the marriage now with that low Florida so I'm not sure about how I mean the wedding might have been nice but I don't know about them the what I don't know what the marriage it's going to be awkward missing.
"tenterfield" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"A check on the markets because the equity markets are up apparently because of some hope on a possible treatment for the corona virus disease cell return now to Abigail do little for report well we certainly do have a strong risk appetite demonstrated by the rally that we're seeing for stocks the S. and P. five hundred in the major other major averages all up more than two percent the tech heavy nasdaq up even more and take a look at the Russell two thousand small caps once again leading the way up four point seven percent that's especially risk on David because they're smaller cap companies are considered to be growth here they've been lacking this year so now they're catching up in many see this as a key sign that this rally could continue you were mentioning hope around a drug treatment for covert nineteen out of courses Gilly add sciences treatment and the treatment plan around the regime around that drug is proving to be a perhaps more hopeful helping that stock higher and also helping in the idea that maybe this rally will continue because if there is an effective treatment for those who are severely ill with covert nineteen the economy can open perhaps more quickly than expected of course alphabet they put up a better than feared quarter as well David helping this risk on rally yeah check once again helping to lead the way thank you so much to have a little well we're all anxious to get the economy going again but we want to do it safely and we welcome now a man who is involved in making the plans for restoring the US economy he is represented don Beyer of Virginia a Democrat and he is among other things vice chair of the joint economic committee in the house of representatives of Congress and thank you so much for joining us give us your take right now the plans are being discussed federal combined with state are we where we need to be on the plan to get the economy going again no but we're moving in the right direction here it was almost most of the states have done a really good job of controlling the coronavirus flattening the curve we are worried about the handful of states like Georgia they're talking about opening up probably prematurely hello I talked to doctor Chris Murray who runs the big Washington university model and those coronavirus curse could change a lot of people start to get out too much then we still have to deal with the enormous fiscal gaps for state local governments which Republican governor Larry Hogan of Maryland suggests could be as high as five hundred billion dollars and we will be going to address that so let's talk about that specifically since you raised it there is really something of a political battle scenes brewing over the possible systems the state with people like senator Mitch McConnell Majority Leader saying we should be bailing out states that have been profligate in their pensions how is that going to get resolved we have president trump is they think they will condition and on whether they have sanctuary cities are not well that that that I think it is pretty much unconstitutional plus they're very few so called constitution or sanctuary cities anywhere in the United States what the what McConnell's let the go bankrupt let them eat cake thing missed was that the people that would be thrown out of work would be police officers and firefighters and that the people to pick up the trash and in the doctors and nurses the people that keep our whole cultures and communities rolling by the way almost every state that McConnell and and the present were threatening our states that give much support of the federal budget than they get back places like New York and California there is huge net contributors so I I I hello backed off yesterday or the day before I think we get more money for state local what is it too cynical political or is there possibly a point here that maybe grants to the states to try to help them through this fiscal problems should be specific condition and what it goes for this essay not taking care of pension plans easier and effective the original guidance we put a hundred fifty billion into the very first bill and they were they were pretty strict things that had to be coronavirus related and it's understandable you don't want a state or local you know building a new bridge or starting some new project but the governors of ask for flexibility one of the things that's been left out of the regional bills is any attempt to take care of people that don't have social security numbers including legal and illegal immigrants are people with and without legal documents so they rely on the governors and the mayors to take care of them and that the spending needs to be flexible for that and then princes are are probably the least thing that before the governors are worried about they can always push that a little bit what they can't push for the essential services that make governments from some fire one of the things is in the case of how bad things are is the unemployment in the today we got numbers on GDP that confirm what we thought we're in a recession but the unemployment numbers have really been staggering twenty six million people select and five which we think it's gonna get significa worse than that one of the concerns of the joint economic committee which you vice chair is the unemployment insurance we may not even be getting accurate readings from frankly because it's so difficult in some states to five that gives a sense of what that problem is what can and should be done about it J. David you really put your finger on it right away that something like for every ten people who filed for unemployment there's another three or four who tried but couldn't get it and two more that didn't even try to convince talk well you know there's twenty six million people unemployed why so you can try to get it we we have found that most of the state systems just crashed because they've never seen the kind of bowling but they didn't of those twenty six million I don't know what today's numbers and we can go that route nine point two million Americans have lost their health insurance health insurance must talk to their job so we're really pushing hard for making unemployment insurance are part of an automatic stabilizer it should be about politics it should be about cracking the unemployment number in the country so the unemployment insurance amount the federal contribution would fall as the unemployment rate falls and rises and prices because we don't know how long this is going to last can you give us any sense of the political appetite on Capitol Hill to do something like that making automatic stabilizers you call it well I think it'll be a lot on the democratic side and we're working on the Republican side hill Republicans eight ten not to like government programs so why not build a program that rises and falls with the economy rather that rises and falls with partisan battles here are the result of repentance and it's hard to stop a government program so why not make it so that the government program stops was no longer needed let's build it into some external metrics rather than you know who's got the stick today so it's a little bit closer to your home if we could the state of Virginia what is the situation in Virginia right now the spectacle of ours we in the northern Virginia area which is suburban Washington we're almost one of the hot spots but statewide is going very well and the governors leaders of governor north inspectorate and the Virginia people been all very well well adapted to the self quarantining the university of Washington model that we talked about the I HME has moved back a day Virginia correct response we re opened by a couple of days every couple of days so we could we've improved by about two weeks so I I think we could do okay our our big concern right now is for protective equipment as is in so many places the masks and the roads I also don't want to go before a talk about the PPP the prop program for small businesses because you found in your own business of car dealerships there in the northern Virginia area give us a sense of the situation in northern Virginia in Virginia more generally is the money getting the people who really needed the small and medium businesses what is it Dave it's a great question in the first round no we did it tended to go to the middle size businesses you know two hundred three hundred four hundred people who had good banking relationships good lawyers good accountants and the little guys with twenty or fewer employees Tenterfield ploys yes that the the so called underbanked they were really left out of they didn't get to the bank in time or they were prioritized because the banks recently so we want to take care of our best customers first in the second round that we disapprove last Thursday another three hundred eighty four billion wouldn't we specifically earmarked the first sixty billion for these smaller under bank attended the veteran owner role or minority owned or women out I just got off the phone ten minutes ago with one of our community banks in Alexandria yeah they stayed up all night Monday night this processing of loans and they there again at the point of the we think the money will run out by the end of the week and the the at that point we'll have been six hundred billion in and and a seemingly inexhaustible appetite at the small businesses are shut down we need to do more very quickly thank you so very much for your time in this country and don Beyer he's a Democrat from Virginia coming up here what is the situation with emerging Asia when.
"tenterfield" Discussed on The Cool Kids Table Podcast
"And he's like what what do you do good. I'm like it short him right away twenty and major league ready we you drafted like three hundred and then I'll say dude I remember this drill where we just had like Aegis backup ten feet each time like ten feet through as far as hard as you can for as long as you can't yeah and once you get tired you go back ten feet further and I remember people like giving up. Do you just throw a little bit and then so I do it and I go further back and I was like and then we did like this drill where we would fly balls. I see how high you could throw it. He really liked that one. He goes how does that make sense to you. In on my own somewhere some time in my life coach told me to do that and you know you're now fielder so you throw fly boss to yourself and throw them as high as you can. As far as you can't get to anything dude. I have fuck in a private coach trainer and nobody's ever done. I'll probably doesn't work. It's working man like you have that that good of an agile remember like he's he's just a couple of people had let the homeless were like what the fuck like. You're playing catch remark sophomores either senior yeah I don't no you want to play Canada. I guess all my arm I throw mounted second and everybody was like I can't believe you through that. Wow expand and I'll say I wanna just because he's running all your average to reflex and so like like two days later. They're like a like whoa that drill. You were talking about like what tenterfield now's like which one like you're throwing fly balls to yourself and I'm like Oh yeah like just throw as high as you can but somewhere where you think you might get it right. You're going like fucking from ricefields lie for take your amy it through like Senator Yeah. I'm a catch that ball you start running and then they're like the funky let's try and then they were trying to everybody was training right and I already knew I was doing right so I would like just sprint as fast as I could and then turn and look and these guys are like amazing atrocity pretty far so fucking far and shit. I goes really taught to throw it line but so when you're doing this rain within oh a really high up the the timeline by the time you start running like behind like I was getting too. I knew how far I should forget it. You know not that I was fast. Either born could do that. Yeah I thought that for and I'll get to these were throwing can missiles and either going to get to it until you're pretty good. I was like I'm not that good. Now people do to this day. I'll tell you I was slightly above average. You know like I was good enough to start good enough to play but I wasn't like yeah. I you really playing too much on when I was in dude four yeah start playing organized base I I I I was you know my grandparents really you know make sure that I played you know <hes> I guess yes because they've seen me time in the front yard and their yard you know with the and I was playing with the older guys throwing harder. You know what I mean and I was always in the backyard like just throwing up there. They have a brick wall to do. I just hit one in square work on my my accuracy he and <hes> and then also get the ground. We'll see how I I was. An infielder told me I didn't have the arm for I get up in Ozzy's episode but I'm not sure which part but I I forgot about it but I was a second baseman 'cause I didn't have an arm and then when we got to high school you know I was always the second baseman just because my height and everything you're not big you can't play short you don't have the rain traits and so so then what I couldn't be second base but I think Ozzie and earning myron little Ernie we'll now bigger and he to shout out to look in. They were second base right so they oh fuck Zombie like third string second basement grinding. They were better than yeah and so then they're like like you're pretty good outfielder though and I remember being like <hes> the Shitty kids go to the outfield. I don't WanNA play outfield. I remember my coach will I do. This isn't little these kids out. Oh here I can remember. There's nobody behind you like the ball gets passed. You like there's no backup. I'll get past the shortstop. You're there to help them yeah. The ball gets passed you like that's an inside the and so he i remember he gave me the confidence. Okay you talked about <hes>. It's important like every position on the even field even told me right feel feel like when you're little I guess they wanNA throw the kids that don't know too much yeah yeah right but when you're older you understand how important how important it is show Roy was one of the best rightfielder hefty and everything down. He has made with those sophomore year you I don't think he wanted adequate but I know he was down because <hes> me and the Homey Mexico that even talk about like we were fighting for center and then you know we would like one game. He was center then I was left and then once I was left out dude Mexico's. I was a little faster than me. I told Wilson that he's faceting me. I'm not telling you he's going to beat me in this position but we're switching off. I'd rather be in left field because that's my position you know I I know where I had to play with. The hitters yeah yeah and then and <hes> I remember Roy was like dude. I'm in right field. Nobody hits this way and then we played a royal and they had like six left and they hit like ten. You don't get that many balls and no no how can ready ready the play balls and he was catching everything throwing people at firs time it was shining. He was ready Bro. I remember telling my brew like I can't do that. Shit like I'm all righty like I can't. I don't have Ed fucking natural catchy glove hand already like the yeah if you're fucking are right handed thrower. You're coming in you. GotTa go across your body to throw a lefty. You're catching and as you're. Moving forward crow hopping Yakov your fucking coming already what the throw and I can't make those players and close right yeah. I'm probably GONNA have a one like in the next few you do man and we remember telling him and he was like I'm pretty good. I'm a dude you're stuck in. It and I told him what the cody had grabbing. Yes yeah what I told him sophomore year what my coach told me the freshman year like this isn't literally at the ball's GonNa find you remind mind you and it's just a trip because like now a few people have told me that hey do next year. I'm getting a team. I heard you talking about like outfield drills and you want to coach. I'm right now. I see right now. I can't so I wanNA say yeah because I don't know where my life will be in fucking six seven months. I'm a let me try to take everything I can in my life so that I had those afternoons off I would love to be out there. I'm not not the main courtrai like hitting is not all that great. I can hit and not very well yeah yeah. Well let me if I can help hope you ought I will. I'm not gonNA play anymore. Yeah go out there and teach his kids some of the things that made me fucking mar goodbye started like a player part of the team. I'd love to do that. You know pay it. Forward coaches might be a great assistant coaches. Some of these kids like fuck yeah. I don't WanNa say yes and then back out. Let's leave it out there and hopefully we can. That'd be dude that he said you left it. Remember you being fucking bad. Maybe coaching could be something he could do no actually i. I did coach a little bit on as an assistant coach so I never took full-time head coaching job because it's just a lot of work and shout out to all the coaches man yeah growing up like the flu is believed in me so much more than I probably even believed to myself like even to. They have my friend that I grew up with his demand. You were bad as I thought you were going to go far like I used to you and I used to throw hard and he he picked varsity mom view and that's how I knew about Mark Robinson because Mark Robinson played on by his <hes> who know March Cobo okay. I he us why grow but he was a very good pitcher. He used news pitching there before we got high school. Okay okay cows not <hes> I don't know if you know <hes> Hernandez he plastered all these guys were there prior to I do and is the third baseman short or was he victor's brother. Do you have a younger brother Yeah. He had a younger out the victor. I think <hes> I forget what his younger brother name was but he's right now he's into craft beer ran out what his name is put on and no Janowski ever remember knowing the like the younger ones when I got yeah so yeah they got there. They were fucking stack yeah. No they want. They got close. They got close yeah and <hes> yeah. I mean Mark Robinson. That's how I found out about Mark Robinson <hes> he was <hes> yeah. I mean everybody's talked by well. He's probably the only black guy in school. It's time you know what I mean but <hes> he he was at bury letting you know and he fucking Coruna was based there leadoff hitter you know what I mean and he pitched yeah okay. We'll switch hitter center center fielder like I mean you know <hes>. When I went to <hes> uh-huh I was my last year? Majors on each is when I like playing center field like I loved it like I never want to play the outfield ever I was always like pitcher catcher Sick Bay shortstop but then I got to doing fucking view then I liked it I backed up the left and right foot because they weren't too good like I said all right all right and <hes> yeah and and and <hes> folks I lost my train of thought you were playing center field. Yeah I was thinking all and then like they will call in and they would want me to play <hes> <hes> <hes> catcher and all. I don't want to catch anymore. They now need you play catch it. 'cause you know how to stop the balls in. You know you're not afraid to stop them like there's people that were looking away. You know like the basketball back swing swing people closer is like that and you knew how to move around and maneuver back there but I was now but that's a lot of work..
"tenterfield" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Go off. Then he wanted want to show you up within the game. If I give Spike Lee is a perfect example. You this. You know, don't make the choke sign dude. What are you doing is to remember that? Let's go to Mark in Newark. Mark you're on the fan. What's going on, man? How are you? Oh man. Back listening to you on the phone. The callers couple of things if I can on the nets, which would be my second point on the stands and stuff. No, I remember that baseball player. I mean. Wow. The other caller was mentioned on us Garrity and don't use, you know, racial slurs and stuff like that. And that poor kid man. I don't think I've really remember seeing somebody that that, you know, Mike that a kid he talking about. In Boston in Tenterfield. I think he was and, and they were just call them all kinds of racial things. And people were talking about that or like the size from our. I'm okay. Okay. That, that that's, that's the worst. I think, you know, the gentleman was talking about how you pay your hard earned money and stuff like that. And that there's a limit when you take you, you go negative personal liking anything. Like you said earlier, you know, you're frightened somebody, and you talked about their mom, you know. There's a there's a code of ethics and etiquette that you use when you're in public, whatever it is him. And that's that's definitely not that's definitely not on the lighter side of that conversation zoning. There's they argue to examples there, there's, there's chicken that made me think about when it comes down to, to just general doing one when I was a kid. And I know you remember this I was a comic book style, right? And I remember, you know, the cash for comics, you know, his three overs, vanity guys used to have gone these rampage like, like vacations just to see who could scare crap out of somebody, by the way, they both very. And, and the other one is our yesterday. I was telling somebody a clip of goes, and you can't tell me the package way we didn't have a ball, Boone, the heck out of Carlos. He was so right on theme on win. Awesome. She was cracking up. Now for me. Tony Boone is done now. I mean. Oh my God. You practice your boon, but, you know, and ask these not gonna look at you and say, oh, you booed. Lisa. Now, I'm gonna I'm gonna go crazy on the that's like this. Manny Machado said yesterday. Great players get booed, you know, the opposition gets booed. It's like you said I mean, if, if Michael Jordan came into to the garden and. Never happened. But if the crowd didn't say anything, I think that would rattle him more than the booze. I took my brothers my brothers. We try to go to football games together a year because they let a little waves on this. And I'm talking to bogut into the jets game last year and we were playing Tara live. And Cam Newton was raped by me by, like, hey. Hey, guess what? Ted. Unique fan. When you get nasty. That's, that's even people around. You might say to cut it out. Well, somebody's gonna call it security, but there's always somebody will always say something that's just this fat flat out, funny. No doubt onto the Mets. Don't understand your. Here. Cautiously optimistic yellow light comedy standpoint. But me. Like that. But the home fan, and we were five games back and Nogo thinking about the job off the not right after the merge of millions us. And then, you know, for the boys to come back like that, and I, I think I told you, I think Calloway's dotted sitting on the king. He these he gets bed, and, you know again, I'm not joking but. In baseball. They were just going to have a walk in the plug. And, and quietest cat. We come back on that bet that debt they were safe by mile. On the bed and air was between his demands, but this, too. I don't know how they get overturned that. But anyways, they come back, and they punch them right back. If we got it, you know. They didn't expect that today. Not into a man, just interna all of that. They didn't know he's punching them in the mouth, like we did today. We sure did. I'm proud of the blues right now. Good looking good, by the way in internationally, the dodgers, they've got got the best record in the National League. Second thirty second. Let me see what they're six fifty five. Houston is sixty one twin to six eighty five. So business league and a little bit. But that's, that's an elite team admit to plan Gerald and maple maple with Jerry on the fan. Tony abbott? You am. Okay. I read something. Yes. Put up for sale. New york. And it was put south for sale. And why does he say? And he's looking for a home in New York and a coding. Luke. Okay. I'm Nick of I'm kind of happy. I think I, I, I guess he's not going to sit in Brooklyn, but I still I still don't believe it. I just. I just don't believe what you're getting. I mean who else you bring in with you? I mean I wonder if he's recruiting like LeBron trying to recruit. I think he is. Straight. Like, maybe like, really young. Would canot and Wheeler for Stanton. To know Wheeler. I mean and we can contract. What do you think about that? Mentioned on. I, I don't think it's too much you're giving up to fifty pitching staff. Everybody replace it. And let's face it. You do you really think do you really think the wilpon are going to take on that contract? Even if the Yankees were paying part of it. They're not they're not paying for that. No. They want. They want the guy. They might go after STAN, when he's a free agent in, you know. And the, the National League. And he can't he can't move anyways, forty years old. Maybe go after at that point, let's go to Chris Woodhaven, Chris, you're on the fan. Hey tony. How you doing? All right, man. What's going on? All right. Big Mets fan of queens. Wanna go over a couple of things. How how, how do you think we stand right now? And what do you think our chances are making the playoffs in what do you think of our pitching? You know, Pissy is inconsistent. You'll have a gym, and then you'll have a steak or they've gotta start putting those things you know, got put a consistent together. I, I think the problem with the is, is now five hundred club because I said, give me give me forty game. Let me see what they're at the forty four twenty twenty nine twenty seven twenty seven. It's like they need to take the next two from the dodgers. They gotta take three out of four hundred. You can't split. Yes. And what do you think about? I mean how how can those interest injury? And do you think do you think is, is it going to affect the team like with them or or without? I mean, I think he's gonna come back soon. The price of getting the as was getting taking connote. Now. We talked about like last year. He had a halfway decent season after missing happy because the PD PD if he has a social year it's worse than that year. You're stuck with he's not gonna get any better. The problem with him is they have to bring the to the National League. I think it's only fair. I'm not a big guy, but it's like look. It's like different rules. It's like the, the NBA wasn't wasn't the rules in his tight. Okay. The three point shot will only be used on the west.
"tenterfield" Discussed on Closure Optional
"All got that voice in our head that tells us, we can't do stuff. But some people are just better at not listening to 'em by sitting down with us people asking them questions, and then according blasting it out on the internet, perhaps, maybe I can help other people like me get out of our own. Welcome back to closure. Optional I don't have guests for you this week because this week, I'm going to be summarizing all of the Cillian nonsensical shit. We got up to on our main venture adventures, if you don't know what I'm talking about. If this is the first podcast you've ever listened to then I'll quickly explain myself. With this podcast once a month. We decide on a challenge for the whole month. And by we I mean myself and my flatmate, who have kinda roped into these challenges, and she's ended up actually being probably better at them than me and most circumstances. And the idea is we'll come up with anything like whatever the fuck it needs to be this originally idea came from me, visiting my brother in California, and his girlfriend in him, do a some kind of challenge once a month, like food related, whether they can't eat anything that has plastic and don't use any plastic for the month or. You know, no sugar, no meat whatever. So I loved this idea that they were doing that. So I started doing it and over the last year, we've done a new challenge for every single month. I think we started in. ES August last year. So it's almost been a year that we've been doing this, and this month. The challenge was that we had to go on an adventure every weekend of the month, and it doesn't sound like that's that hard to do. Sounds like it's going to be really fun. And it was fun. But it was pretty interesting to see that the way that both of us reacted to a new life situations and be having to orient our lives around and schedule our time appropriately in order to go out and do the silly shit that we did this whole month before I get into the podcast just want to quickly say, thank you, as always to everyone who supporting this podcast by the patriot page or participating in my dumb shit on the internet or sharing it with your friends, or whatever, or sending me messages. At the end of each podcast. I fuck in really, really appreciate it. This I wouldn't have been able to go an interview any of the people that I did on our travels over the last month if it weren't for you guys in fact because. Because. Your patronage has purchased us a new digital recorder that I cannot take with me anywhere in the world and record this podcast. So that was a huge step forward. 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Or you can share it with your friends, obviously, like my Facebook page or Instagram fade page, they're both just called Lorna Bremner. I know that's a little bit confusing because the podcast is called closure. Optional it was because originally, I thought that I was going to be an artist when I grew up. And so I made those pages thinking that I was going to show off my artwork so that I could become a real life artist one day. And then it turns out, I didn't have the discipline, wherewithal or confidence to do that. And now I make art work as a hobby and do this shit for real. So. I think it's all worked out for the best to be honest. I think I'm probably better at this than I am and making our work, but it's fun because the two things go hand in hand, every time I added a podcast, I always make a drawing and usually if I can finish the drawing and it's not a total piece of shit. I give it to the guest that I'm editing. And this case that will be me. Won't so enough of that onto the subject of today's podcast, this podcast today is not going to have a lot of moral fiber in it, you guys, unfortunately, maybe it's because I started drinking again, and I just don't give a fuck about anything. I, I don't know. I every time I do a solo podcast spend fucking hours researching and idea coming up with formulation of what I want to say and how I want to say it, and I ride, a big old thing about it, and try and make it sound cool and interesting and fun and give you some moral idea that you can run off into the world with and feel like you're growing a human being. But sometimes I wonder if a little bit of my silly personality gets a bit lost in that because I'm too focused on trying to teach something and just saying that makes me feel like fucking pretentious and stupid to be like, you know, professing that I know something that you wouldn't. And maybe sometimes you guys just want to hear a cool story or not, or whatever, I don't know. So if this comes across as self-indulgent, please send me a message and be like you fucking idiot go back to actually trying and maybe we'd like you better. Usually social say shame and degradation kicked me in the ass and makes me do things better. So by all means, you know, don't hold back, I care that you guys enjoy what this is. So I hope these stories will be entertaining and fun for you today, but be warned. There's not a lot of moral fiber going on. I have wondered a little bit if that I'm drinking again, I should be very careful about the way I say that, while we've gone off on these trips I have drunk approximately two beers. On each of the Saturday nights that I've been out with Molina on these trips and. Yeah. I think like to have a drink every weekend is probably not helping my self confidence and psyche because I think it's just been so rigidly stuck in my head that drinking's a shitty idea, and it's poisonous. And it's not good for you. So, like I think I'm beating myself up a little bit. I still don't I soon as I get to two beers. I'm enjoying myself. I have one beer and it feels nice. And I have the second one and it feels okay. And then as soon as I'm considering going to third or start third beer. I feel immediately sick. And then I get the fear so bad about having a hangover or being depressed or going back to the state of mind that I was in, when I was drinking all the time that are just immediately. Stop and give up. So I think I think it's a good thing. I don't really wanna see myself being a drinker again. But I don't know. I wonder if that's been kind of impacting myself confidence last couple of weeks. Also have been exercising as much as I'd like to because my arm. Capes dislo. At least ligaments in my oboe, and my radius, my bone in my arm dislocates, every time I throw a punch, so it's fucking scary. The worst feeling. So I don't know. I think of been in a bit of a funk this week and last week. And I'm not going to blame it on our trips because I think our trips really exciting. But one thing that tends to happen. I feel like people when you have new experiences it stirs up a lot of your old behavior patterns and kind of rooted in stuck patterns that are inside your personality on your psyche. And sometimes, I guess, for me at least it seems to be showing me patterns of behavior myself that I thought I had changed for wanted to change and probably what's actually happened is that I've just shut down my external inputs lot more. So I haven't been. Probably need to explain this idea better. I thought that I had like cured certain tendencies in myself over the last couple of years, because I wasn't out drinking. I wasn't out chatting away two boys and doing embarrassing stupid things or feeling self conscious about shit. But really, what's actually happening is that I've been spending so much more time on my own working on my own shit that I rarely have much interaction with the outside world, except for the people that I interact with the gym. So when I actually do go out into the world and do different things those old tendencies still creep back up as much as I thought I've dealt with them, it's probably more than I just haven't been experiencing them. So this is pretty interesting. The places that we went to over this month. We I went to Byron bay because my brother came to visit me from California was the first time in twelve years, that member of my family has come to visit me in Australia. And it was so fun. He brought his fiancee over and we had a really, really good times. The first trip was down to Byron bay the second trip we went to Coffs Harbour via Grafton and third trip. We went to stand Thorpe and Tenterfield which is like, straight west Queensland from the Gold Coast straight out, stand Thorpe, and then down Tenterfield New South Wales. They're just like all right along the border, these states, and then back up through the northern rivers of New South Wales to Queensland and then this weekend, when you're going to be hearing, this podcast, we will be up in the Sunshine Coast for our last adventure of venture. Who is pretty crazy actually speaking of habits I, I thought, yeah. Like he's probably sounds to you what fucking dumb challenge. It's not hard to go. Have fun on a weekend. But the way of them building my life over the last six months, I've actually made it incredibly difficult for myself to go and do anything because I am completely self sustainable. I have a job that pays me, basically pays for my bills where I teach time work at the gym. And then outside of that, I do freelance video work. My podcast. Obviously, my own video projects, and I have personal training clients that I organize myself, so everything outside of my few twenty hours a week or whatever that I do at the gym is all off my own back in that. I've got to chase up and organize and create time for in my day. So some days, I'll do like a fourteen or sixteen hour day without realizing it because I'm doing different types of work, but I'm just working constantly all day, and usually what I do is fucking procrastinate. Like I'll just do this stupidest. Mike procrastination is so intelligent that I can't even tell that I'm procrastinating, because I've convinced myself that whatever this dumb thing is that I've decided I need to do are just go and do that. And then I'm like, oh, yeah. This is the most important thing. This is what I need to be doing right now. When, in fact, the truth is a no, what I need to be doing the shit that I'm going to get paid for this going to progress my career in something or that's going to give meaning in my life. Not like folding my socks and three different ways. And then stacking them in my class. No learning. Getting your shit together. It's really important to fold your socks up, so that people know that you've got your shit together. Maybe it would be better to book, some more clients work on my book, or whatever anyways. So I'm so clever. Procrastinating that I ended up fucking procrastinating all week and then by the weekend, I haven't got the podcast on our haven't got the video worked on or whatever. I will just cram it all into three days. And by the end of three eighteen hour days fucking exhausted, rectors, so the next week, I start all over. Doing nothing. So in having may venture now and Molina's the same she's not as bad as as me. I don't know. I can't tell I can't speak on her behalf, but she also works for herself from home. So. If she had the option she would just work twenty four seven she just sit in front of that computer like a black hole, and be lost to this world forever. So even though we live with each other, and we work with each other at the gym. We still don't spend very much quality time together because we're both just in this black hole of chaos in our own nonsense. So we said to each other, all right? Let's plan our week better, let's actually give ourselves a weekend. We are committing to going away from our computers out into the nother world somewhere else in. So we must better schedule our time so that we can actually live our lives. So I've gotten so wrapped up in the cycle of just doing shit without thinking about it, and not really organizing my time that I can't really tell how much time spending on shit and how much time I'm wasting. And so this was very eliminating the first week of me, not having this two and a half days at the end of the weeks of jam all the shit that I didn't do all weekend and a route away. It's tough man. I, I don't know I'm going to bad habit..
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"They could be in for trouble. But, you know, Golden State just a better version of of Portland. I think they'll I think they'll dispatch, but I think it's going to be six or seven. Yeah. And again, I just to finish off the conversation question. These guys I wonder how much say even read I guess if it's on their phone, maybe, but I'll bet you guys are reading when you've been in headlines throughout your forever for five years in everybody's writing columns, and everybody's talking on the radio it better be something. I bet you they'll read if it's something about my family or something I bought my a house or something different. But I just think I I do believe that all the breakdowns and all this stuff. If you're getting it every day. It's noise. You know what I mean? It's just noise. You don't even sit there, and you know in our business. Oh, if somebody writes up something about we don't get that much. So you go out I really took this to heart. But these guys you're getting it every day. And so how was that kid? If it, you know, just for fun the ball way. I don't think they're releases name but typically bulb. Oil will be between twenty and thirty five years old. All they can actually get that. They get paid pretty well. Game that you know that old they twenty to thirty five those are some kid. I knew the clippers ballboy that actually used to live in Sacramento move down to LA, and he was about thirty years old and he just hangs out with the team with the team Clinton living. Yeah. Makes the great living. I don't know. Travel with an NBA team. And the only reason I'm hesitating. I think we're going to hang up. No, okay. Go for no is that you can anybody be above. Boy. I mean, you need to have a certain tack on your hands. With the ball. You really have to have a sense around objects knock if you can make a living grape, you're guessing, right? I mean, I guess you have to be good passing. I'm guessing you have to be really good cleaning shoes and washing. So the answer. Yes. Yes. Yeah. No. I am guessing. I don't know. I'm not a professional passing. Let me go to pass. Well, you got gotta pass that way. They could shoot the ball in the gym during practice during the warm ups. Okay. I'll give you that. But he's hell the ball ballboy. But man, I just can't pass eight. Oh, eight K MBR ballboy. Okay. I'm gonna book a ballboy for. With the for the podcast. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. I just I I'll admit maybe I'm just out of it. And ballboy today is a I thought it was just like go again, Rick berry school Brenton John were ballboys for Mary just brought his kids out there surprise, you have to be able to keep some secrets too because you see a lot that goes on them. And I say this with all due respect one day, you'll be in this chair. What the hell, you know? How come you know, so much about ballboy? Thing though, doesn't it seem like a made up story in the den. I heard of Denver ballboy mean. Okay. Okay. Let's seems. But I mean, whoever whoever went with that as their source. That's pretty weak. Yeah. Well, whatever it is. But if people find out if you can earn a living as a ballboy, and we'll go from there. Giants are gonna trade. Bumgarner got it from boy one of the bat, boys. Yeah. I don't want to name M F P stay on that. So you just like when we find out it's two and a half million dollars a year for the the ball boy in Portland or in Denver in this case. Hey tonight, if ballboy lives up civic heights. I got to see it now tonight as Mr. giant you'll you'll you'll watch the kids are going to town school. I know FA work it work. I mean, really work it and use some of your contacts and most of the ball, boys. I know they've they summer in the Hamptons. It'd be where we're both going to have to shut up if he gets it guy on here. They probably do summer in the Hamptons because if you're a ballboy at thirty five you probably have family money. I guess so it's just I man I might be totally out of the giants. You'll be watching the warriors over the giants tonight. We'll you not it's the giant for a lot of years. I now it's flat junior, though junior. But yeah, I'm going I we're now in the conference finals. Yes, I'm you know, I'll take I'll be one of the six thousand saying catch it. But I'll DVR and watch the whole damn fish could be on paper. The worst draw of any team Toronto. You know what I mean? I think of any team. Well, not if you wanna see Vladi junior, though, you know, all the talk from our producer about Vladi Vladic junior was one that a one ninety one for laddy junior. Well, and f p small sample size broadcaster for the Washington National. We've got some breaker far on trading. What have we got? We actually have some giants news. So right handed pitcher, Sean Anderson is being called up from AAA Sacramento to pitch Wednesday. Mike good jumpy. There will be there. I don't moan anymore. But nobody why ain't nobody cares. Sean Anderson's, Sean Anderson is a stud pitcher manny's. Beady? And I mean, you got to do it. And this guy looks better this better stuff and Tyler beating got big league lettuce. Check out his blonde hair. It's flown out the back of his head. You're gonna love it. It's funny. I we've are high school kid played a team the other day the kid had big league that is really. Jacob degrom before the haircut. Are you? I wonder if they pitch that guy looks like he can pitch. Are you stealing from Eckersley with that lettuce? That's just like, I don't know a baseball. He's dead said Guerrero junior is the best ball player. He's ever seen could be for that a little bit, Mike. He hasn't even had a big league at bat yet. He said it on some Toronto airwaves, and it was his thing. Kipper Gilroy real quick to add about the ball. The ball boys. Yeah. You know, I was a little disappointed last year. I was looking into becoming a ball, dude. For the giants. I figured I'm in my fifties. Maybe I call by. Crook laugh. Yeah. Yeah. But you gotta go to ball, dude. School and pay. So it was something like well over five hundred bucks to. I own that. I'm thinking about purchasing that school. That's genius, man. Ball dude school what reload on his school? You're putting us on. You're putting us all look it up. Look it up on the giants website. If there's information there about it. These people are seventy five years old, and they fall on there. But I mean, what what what are we talking about? What what are you learn what are you learning at all dude school? They just wanna make some money. So you have the opportunity to maybe pull filagree. Gotcha. So basically you're paying to go on the field and have have crew. Yes. That's it. Exactly. Great. If we had a ball dude ball dude out there who just abided by none of the rules. He ran into fair territory. He hurled the ball hard into the stands. He instead of giving it to kids and the little girls and boys he gave it to adults. I give I give ball to to adult. Cute women. That's what I would do your smart man undisciplined ball to that would be the cameras on. They flip the bird. I mean, it would just be awesome. Just like the ball, dude. Runamuck day. Yeah. Hey, just to finish this off. So for your five hundred dollars. You do what? To learn how to. Fall down. Now. I don't know. I mean, they they didn't really say what the whole schooling entail. You know, the Kip UM. A helmet helmet. Okay. Well, anyway, I I'm glad you turned it down. I mean, I I think that sounds like maybe Brodie Brazil needs to investigate. I think we need somebody need somebody behind the scenes going to ball, dude. School on our behalf to find out. Exactly the meat and potatoes behind that. Oh my gosh. All right. Can't thanks for keeping your dignity. We'll talk to you soon. The text line says and the seven seven five talk to your good friend grant, Napier his son is a Sacramento Kings ballboy. Okay. And I would imagine. That's a good connection. I don't know if they have to pay grandson just to be with his dad and be at the game. I disagree. I think grandson probably makes a six figuring gamble. Go ahead and say that Matt vacuum wheels way we're playing man. F P continue to say on this story is as can be our investigates. Yes, Matt urine Camby are. Yeah. I was just gonna say he's exactly right. My father-in-law's a lifetime giant fan. So we had an idea that we were going to put them as a as a fall. Clinic. Old news young guy. They all compete, my father-in-law ended up. He's seventy two years old. He ended up on a hamstring Tenterfield shaggy and fly ball. This is terrible. They'll be to be a ball, dude. It's a process met though. I honestly thought oh what a cute back and forth. But would you say it's a moneymaker? Is that it? Yeah. Because our they got it. I would imagine they have a huge amount of applicants that want to do that very coveted trial, you take ground balls current to you have trivia on giant's history. And then they pick one guy out of thirty or sixty guys at the end of the day. My final exam you've got a high five Lucille. Well as long as that's all you have to do with Lucille so met. Did you turn it down? No, my father in law went there. We got a jersey with his name on it number nine for Matt Williams. He, but then you don't end up making the cut like I said, there's one guy out of fifty that makes it at the end of the day. And he actually makes it onto a field during a real good. So you paid fight in a sense you paid five hundred dollars for Matt Williams jersey. Yeah. And the experience to go out there and watch guys try to bend over and get ground ball. Okay. All right. Okay. Well, that's nice. You tried. Boy. I'm larry. Are we learning something or I'll admit I'm learning did you? So is this the giants or somebody else if it's the giants then school signed Dallas kaikal seriously, you're getting five hundred bucks from all these jerks to go to school. I mean seriously, it's forty dollars to park. Yeah. It's five hundred bucks for bowl dude school. Go get Dallas kaikal gosh. Anyway. So mad was your was your father disappoint disgusting. You know, we went down there. The whole family experience image for children colluding, my wife, we went grandkids went. So we got a kick out of it spent the day doing it. So do they actually have you do they try that like hit some foul balls, and and you have to bend over? And do you know what it takes cough? Go full. You take a full on session in the outfield with four and five all hit by some you know, like a hitting coach or one of the ex players. And then like ask you, you take you take ground ball do. Okay. Anyway, man. Thanks for the information. I it's like fantasy camp. Wait. I think we have broken news today. I was unaware this. Larry, can you admit that you didn't know this? I knew none of that. Yeah. You can mean totally ignorant to the ball, dude. Machinations behind the scenes, they again, if the giants are themselves getting five hundred.
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"PM, weekdays on KFI. Exporting? More stimulating opened a canoe his pants. Jeez. Dude. Well, yeah, I wouldn't hold my breath in the next week for the Venezuelan military to rise up and and do a do a a Hitler bomb. And remember that failed. Exactly the greatest model for thanks Romania succeeded. And with without foreign intervention. And so there's there's hope for the Venezuelan people. But one of the things that Trump did was he didn't exactly allow a whole lot of private ownership of firearms. That's why one thing that's been going on over the past week is a private airline in Miami. And the Venezuelan national guard is claiming that this this private air carrier with a seven forty seven and a seven sixty seven a normally a cargo airline has been flying with seven sixty seven flights directly into Venezuela. And they claim that they have taken assault rifles in crates off these planes oddly, enough, they let the planes leave these this one plane in particular. Now, here's the thing. It's open source England flight radar twenty four and you can just check the tail number of that plane, and you can see every flight it's made for the past week insurance landed in Venezuela as well as in Columbia, you're going to inject arms in into Venezuela. I think you'd be doing it from Columbia. It seems a little dumb to spotlight one particular plane over and over and over flying from Miami to Venezuela. What what is definitely happening is at Venezuelans of means are flying the hell out. No, I've been talking about this for the past year and a half. It really is sped up in January since the election Venezuelans already with a foothold in southern California buying houses here over the past two or three years if they can get their wealth out. This is what something that Chavez setup. And now Madero continues to reinforce, and that is it cost a lot of money to liquidate everything and get out of Venezuela. So that's what most wealthy Venezuelans are doing in the end even middle class. Is they are the they've been hoarding cash for a couple of years American dollars or or even euros, and they just sort of. Go, you know, the family choirs sings at the Salzburger festival, and then they sneak off and they go on to Switzerland. They just take a normal commercial flight from Caracas to Panama City, Mexico City anywhere, but Columbia because that is a red light. That's a red flag, but then leaving with cash, and if they can rent a place of Mexico, apparently high end apartments and things are very hard to get in Mexico right now. Keep in mind, Mexico's one of the biggest cities on earth, and it's hard to to find. Apartments with four bedrooms. And and things like that. So anyway. The pressure is mounting. And I get the sense that the United States is helping turn up the heat. We're just not planning on a intervention on on foot unless it is to support a friendly faction of the Venezuelan military that were prepared to do with special operations guys and things like that. And also provide them support with something like a C one thirty over Caracas helping the the rebel Venezuelan army with a with a coup. Well, so of course, you know, it can't be a dark secret place without talking about Chinese spying me me Vang in this gone yet again. Zhao Sean Lee says he's a music college student from China. Who traveled to the United States for a summer exchange program. After he finished his studies in September. He booked a flight to Miami. And then headed for key west. But rather than see the Hemingway house or other reasons to be in key, west or boobs he got caught by key west police for trespassing onto. He was US naval air station. A later told federal authorities that he lost his way on the tourist trail. And didn't realize it was a military base. By the way, this is a closed base. This is not the US military bases. Like fort Sam Houston that literally don't have a fence around them, and you can just walk onto them. This is not one of those. But anyway, he lost his way and jumped over like triple-strand concertina and a ten foot fence, he didn't realize as a military base. Well, oddly enough the navy didn't by story, and then guess what investigators found photos and videos on his smartphone as well. As on his digital camera that he had taken of government buildings defense department and Tenterfield on the military base plus aircraft that he had walked a surprising close distance to the twenty year old. Is being held in Monroe county jail in Florida a pleaded guilty on Tuesday to one count of photographing defense installations at the key west military facility and was sentenced to one year in prison by a district court judge the judge gave him the maximum sentence which was higher than the sentencing guidelines between zero and six months US attorneys of nine months in prison. Five other counts in his indictment were dismissed as part of his plea deal. He made his appearance via remote video hookup from the federal courthouse. He admitted for Chinese interpreter that he took the unlawful photos while trespassing the restricted grounds of the naval air station, but he expressed no remorse. Other federal authorities charged him with photographing defense installations, they implied in court filings during Tuesday's hearing that he was not just a tourist. But rather a possible spy for the Chinese government who lied when he was questioned by the gym after his rest, of course, he is. And of course, there are undergrads at USC and UCLA. This is assumed it's almost expected. This. You're an asset. You're a Chinese citizen overseas getting education at UCLA or Stanford or whatever it's almost understood that if the government context, you you answered your patriotic Chinese don't you on China? It'd be on top all you gotta do. And listen close all you gotta do is taken afternoon off drive to Monrovia and go to arrow virement one of the leading drone makers four and contractors for the Pentagon, all you gotta do is take this device that a Chinese man's going to give you and go into the parking lot. And go inside and apply for an internship. But when you get back to your car, take that device and walk over to a hedge in the parking lot. Put it down and press the hidden button for a minute ten keep the button down for minute ten and then get back in your car and drive away. And for that China will be eternally grateful. That's how they do their tradecraft. We. We use people like that the in in other countries, but they're not our people, but an American goes to the Sorbonne or whatever we don't tell them to go and spy on Airbus. This is something that the Chinese do. And yes, the epicenter of this kind of thing is right here in southern California. Part of the deal is at one of one of the epicenters of high-tech military aviation is easily visible to the naked eye from a from a parking lot. Of vista point off the fourteen right? As you're going downhill in Palmdale, you can pull off you can set up whatever held camera you want and you have a front row seat to the skunkworks Lockheed and just down the runway air force plant forty two where they're currently building the b twenty one. So you can sit there all day long and no law enforcement. County CHP it's not probable cause to ask you why your photograph and stuff. You're a foreigner. You're a Chinese citizen photographing air force plant forty two that ain't CHP business. So that's us giving them the rope, isn't it? Anyway, this happens all the time. This is the latest episode this time in Florida back right after this dark secret place tensions between South Korea and Japan. What could that be about? I'll tell you this on KFI AM, six forty more stimulating talk. Michael.
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"Welcome back to the GMC baseball podcast page up with those rules talk in the controversy in LA. Now, you're going to move on to Bryce Harper in because he still hasn't signed what he hasn't signed. You anybody? What I know. Were you surprised that neither Machado nor Harper signed during Super Bowl weekend? I was I just want somebody to sign us it too much to ask for one of them. Thought one of them would try to steal the talk of the weekend. Maybe Saturday nights I want. I want some because Saturday night the about this or Sunday morning, Jeff if one of them signs than it becomes a conversation at the Super Bowl party. Like, hey, did you hear about Harper? You hear about Machado? And then it creates buzz for major league baseball. And that's why I really thought one of them was going to announce a you know, they expected to be satisfied. To be satisfied. Solid marketing ploy. Well, nothing happened. And we don't deserve happiness apparently in baseball because we keep getting just no news whatsoever. Except for rumors of mystery teams bidding for. Harper. Like, the biggest news I've seen in the last like let's say week of the San Francisco Giants are making a last ditch effort a last minute effort to get harpers to sign and I think they're meaning sometime this week. But again, they're still meeting. He's still meeting with teams he hasn't even like moved one way or the other. There's been we had to talk about bats that look like Philly colors, for God's sakes. There's a serious issue with why this is taking so darn long. Yup. Harper buddy. I understand. This is a big moment for you. And this could lead to hundreds of millions and millions of Taylor's, but Chato is well just for the sake of all that is holy please. Just make a decision by. Let's say next Wednesday's. We talk about. Aaron judge said that he would welcome Bryce Harper on the Yankees surprise surprise. Oh, really you wouldn't want one of the best players in baseball to come on your team. He said he would he said Aaron judge would Aaron judge says he wants them he'll move to center field. So for harbor to join like some sort of huge sacrifice. I guess he would be terrible in Tenterfield in my opinion. He's not a fielder any circumstance will we have an end to this story by next Wednesday. If we were. Fortunate enough. Yes. But we don't deserve this. So no parents. They don't deserve happiness. Yeah. That's just we don't we just that's just I just accepted this life ex accepted. The fact that they're never going to make a decision in. This could go on for decades. This is like a. What is that one thing that went on for tons of years in just I don't know. I can't think of anything like It's a it's. drought. Like a drought of some kind of like a lion. Having this happened already or something? I just I just want something to happen. It's like the meme poking the stick do something. Yeah. Eggs. I've seen that everywhere. All right. So do you still think? Well, so we saw the Padres talk to Harper last week sounded like they were another team. Do you still think that one of these guys signs with the Phillies? Honestly, I don't know because there's so many other teams now that are going for them supposed-. Mystery teams that I thought it was almost foregone conclusion that it was going to go to the Phillies. But now, I'm like it should have if he was going to go to the Phillies it would have been done by now is they met with him multiple times already. It would have hardly happened..