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"terry wallace" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

04:41 min | 4 months ago

"terry wallace" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Mass shooting by a lone gunman at Tulsa hospital leaves four dead by Sean Murphy and Terry Wallace, Associated Press, Tulsa, Oklahoma. A gunman carrying a rifle and a handgun, killed four people Wednesday at a Tulsa medical building on a hospital campus police said, the latest in a series of deadly mass shootings across the country in recent weeks. Tulsa police department's deputy chief Eric Douglas, confirmed the number of dead and said the shooter also was dead, apparently from a self inflicted gunshot wound. The spate of recent gun violence across the country, including the killing of 19 children and two teachers at a Texas elementary school 8 days ago by an 18 year old gunman, carrying an AR style semi-automatic rifle, has led to democratic leaders amplifying their calls for greater restrictions on guns, while Republicans are emphasizing more security at schools. The divide mirrors a partisan split that has stymied action in Congress and many state capitals over how best to respond to a record high number of gun related deaths in the U.S.. It was unclear what prompted the deadly assault in Tulsa, dalglish sad. It appears both weapons at one point or another were fired on the scene, Douglas said. The officers who arrived were hearing shots in the building, and that's what led them to the second floor. Police responded to the call about three minutes after dispatchers received the report at four 52 p.m. and made contact with the gunman roughly 5 minutes later at 5 O 1 p.m. said. I was very happy with what we know so far regarding the response of our officers, Doc leech said. The length of time it took police officers and uvalde Texas to engage the gunman during last week's deadly shooting at rob elementary school has become a key focus of that investigation. Officers waited over an hour to breach the classroom where the gunmen attacked. Police captain Richard mullenburg also sent multiple people were wounded and that the medical complex was a catastrophic scene. The exact number of wounded was not immediately available. Police and hospital officials said they were not ready to identify the dead. Saint Francis health system locked down its campus Wednesday afternoon because of the situation at the Natalie medical building. The Natalie building houses an outpatient surgery center and a breast health center. Clinic also is located on the second floor where officers discovered the shooter and several victims. This campus is sacred ground for our community, said Tulsa mayor GT bynum. For decades, this campus has been a place where heroes come to work every day to save the lives of people in our community. Bynum added right now, my thoughts are with the victims. If we want to have a policy discussion, that is something to be had in the future, but not tonight. Philip tankersley, aged 27, was leaving his father's room at nearby Saint Francis hospital around 5 p.m. when hospital staff said there was an active shooter in the building across the street. Locked the doors and warned them to stay away from the Windows. Tankersley said he and his mother sheltered in his father's hospital room for more than an hour, trying to learn scraps of information from the TV news and passing nurses. He said they heard code silver and level one trauma announced on the hospital speakers and wondered if they were safe in the room. I wasn't particularly worried because the two people that I need to look out for were in that same room as me, he said. But it was definitely a this is happening here moment. Agents from the bureau of alcohol tobacco firearms and explosives were also at the scene, a spokesperson said. A reunification center for families to find their loved ones was set up at a nearby high school. The shooting Wednesday also comes just more than two weeks after a shooting at a buffalo supermarket by a white man who is accused of killing ten black people in a racist attack. The recent Memorial Day weekend saw multiple mass shootings nationwide, including at an outdoor festival and taft Oklahoma, 45 miles from Tulsa, even as single death incidents accounted for most gun fatalities. Since January, there have been 12 shootings where four or more people have been killed, according to The Associated Press, USA Today, northeastern university mass killing database. Those shootings have left 76 dead, including 31 adults and children in Buffalo and Texas, the database says. The death toll does not include the suspects in the shootings..

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"terry wallace" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

07:06 min | 5 months ago

"terry wallace" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"2004 Apple blossom, one by azeri in courageous fashion. It was the third consecutive victory in the race for the Hall of Famer and boy was she good that day. She was good. And pretty much every one of her starts. And she is the only filly or mare to win that race on three different occasions in those three consecutive wins from 2002 to 2004, la last year's champion is back in action later today, looking to make it back to back apple blossom victories, but a long way to go to equal the great azeri and Bobby Newman is with me now here on HR N and you can catch Bobby every single Thursday and Friday here on the network. He of course is the host of our race day program from four to 6 our brisket Collins show and the weekend takes preview program as well. And Bobby, good morning, my friend. How's it going, pal? It's going really well. You know, I think anytime I can work in a call from the late Terry Wallace, it just takes the program to a whole new level. You know, I make a trip to Oak Lawn every year and a few years ago, I was enlightened by the folks at Oakland that there was a poll in Arkansas, several years ago, back when Bill Clinton was the president of the top ten most famous people in Arkansas, and Terry Wallace, I think was at number 7. Obviously, Bill Clinton was number one at the time. But Terry Wallace was one of the top ten, either most famous or most influential people in the entire state. That's how much he meant to Oak Lawn park in racing there. Did you ever have the opportunity to spend much time with him? Very little time he was still kind of roaming around the press box. He wasn't calling races a few years ago, but super nice guy and one of those guys that, you know, anyone you talk to had nothing but high praise for him, saying, as great as he was as an announcer for many, many years, he was even better, human being everyone loved him. He was probably the most famous person in Hot Springs everywhere he went. He was treated like a superstar. His voice, synonymous with Oak Lawn park, but his style of calling races was so unique. How do you describe that style that Terry Wallace possessed? I don't know if you can describe a style other than what you just said. It's unique like several other race callers out there. Whether it's Mike Batali or Richard grunder who just retired recently, it's not a style that's just cut and dry. It's theirs and there's a loan. It's not taken from anybody else and people will imitate them instead of them imitating other people. It's fantastic. Well, and it was great to look back on azeri, all three of those victories coming with Mike Smith and the irons. I reached out to Mike to see if he was available this week. And I was going to walk through this particular race. This year's edition of the apple blossom with Mike since he's not riding in it. He's won 7 editions of the race and I was going to walk through the race with him and say, okay, what's your strategy? How are you going to ride maracuja? How are you going to ride latrice? How would you ride clear air? And he was traveling this week. He was unable to do it this weekend, but he did tell me when we talked on the phone that he is a big fan of CC in today's apple blossom. How about you? Okay, well, first of all, I'm glad that you pointed out that I was not the first choice for this segment. Oh, there's a whole different thing that I truly different segments. I drew in off the also eligibles list. And instead of getting to speak to a Hall of Famer, who's one 7 apple blossoms, you get to speak to somebody who's bet on over 7 apple blossoms. So it's kind of the same thing. Same thing. You know, the funny thing is that this is a great field of 5. You have four fantastic Phillies and mirrors, and then one that we're not sure where she fits. And that's miss imperial. She's definitely going to be the longest shot in the field. But the other four maracuja larussa, Claire and sisi all have fantastic credentials. Funny thing as you mentioned sisi, who is two for two at Oak Lawn and coming off that win in the grade two azeri, I am with every bone in my body against CC today. I just don't think that she's quite as effective routing as she is sprinting. She was fantastic last year as a sprinter, of course, culminating in a win in the breeders cup Philly in mayor sprint. She's one routing, yes, including that win in the azeri, I happen to think that the field in the azeri is not even close to what the level of the competition is today in the Apple blossom. I also think that the Phillies who look like they were her biggest competition in the azeri didn't fire their best shots namely she dares the devil. A repeat of that effort in the azeri, I don't think is close to being able to handle the air today, and I'm not sure about maracuja, either. So I hope from a gambling standpoint that CC gets bet she's the second choice on the morning line at two to one. Yeah, I would love to own CC and she certainly on paper looks like she never runs a bad race, but in my mind, she's way more effective as a closing sprinter than she is as a stalking router and I would try to beat her using both larussa and clary are larussa maybe long gone on the lead. It's your hard press to figure out who's going to go with her early. It may only be the long shot miss imperial. I don't know if miss imperial is fast enough to stay with larussa if she is, Clare beat up on some sub par foes in her 2022 return to the races last time out at fairground. She was one to 20 that day and she ran like a one to 20 shot. But it looks like she may be even better as a four year old than she was as a three year old and let's face it. She was not that far away from winning the breeders cup distaff last year. She was less than a length behind marsh Lorraine in a fast closing finish. Only problem you have with clear air is she does not get out of the gate very well. I know it's only a field of 5 today, but she's spots these other good Phillies and mirrors. It seems like a length or two right out of the gate. Almost every time she goes to the track. If she could figure out how to just get out of the gate evenly with her foes, boy, that would be a big help to her. I was impressed with her last run. I think she's headed the right direction. She's where I would want to be, but I think la truce is the best chance of beating her. Yeah, the adage pace makes the race is certainly true in just about every race. But here too, if nobody pressures latrice, we know how dangerous she is when she clears off early. Is it the and everybody else in the spot, Bobby? Well, the truth, it may be latrice and everybody else. And she's probably going to get the lead by herself..

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"terry wallace" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

02:07 min | 5 months ago

"terry wallace" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"In this week's edition, we introduce you to one of the equine stars set to compete at woodbine this season. 5 year old mayor boardroom gets the star treatment, with owner Jamie Roth of Ellen J foxwoods sharing some fun facts about the standout multiple greatest stakes winning daughter of commissioner. But first, a look back at her most recent greatest stakes triumph in the 2021 renewal of the grade three seaway stakes. Coming to the extreme outside as boardrooms got to the front, boardroom dashed out in the lead out White House secret agent fiduciary trying and battling away as hell and wild and golden vision up the rail lord rumors put a space on them in the seaway stakes as foreign in front. Our secret agent in second it's a full on task for the opposition and bordering a crushing win for him by four and a half lengths. Roth recently shared that boardroom has never been in a race where she doesn't try, no matter what the circumstances you can always count on her to show up. She went on to say, it's all about getting in front of them that she seems to like. A quality, any racehorse owner, would cherish. And that's your north of the border report for this Saturday morning. For more updates and racing information, visit woodbine dot com or follow along on Twitter at woodbine TB. Okay. This is Carl NASCAR. And I listened to HR and you're listening to the equine forum on HR RN presented by twin spires. Take charge lady the leader can't be in a serious taking over second Mandy's coldest dirty straight in front of the run through the lane. It is take charge lady, leading in a length of theory digging in with a furlong to go. Take calcula leaves it. A series trying to get to her. Take charge lady is strong. A theory that champions trying one more time. Here she comes down the middle. The champion of theory and she doesn't tremendous finish. Welcome back to the equine forum presented by twin spires on HR N Mike penna, Barron of the back stretch here on this Saturday morning. That was Terry Wallace with the call of the.

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"terry wallace" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

01:45 min | 6 months ago

"terry wallace" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Weekend stakes preview presented by naira betts Bobby Newman Jude fell that's Terry Wallace with the call of the 2004 Arkansas Derby agreed to event at that .1 by smarty Jones, and of course he did go on to win The Kentucky Derby that year and speaking of smarty Jones and Terry Wallace, let's head down to Oak Lawn park, where it's Arkansas Derby day tomorrow, Jude. They've got four big stakes on the card tomorrow, starting in race number 5. It's the $200,000 carousel, Phillies and mayor is going to sprint 6 furlongs at Oak Lawn, just a field of 6 going to post. And number two, Frank's rockette, who's never been worse than second in three career starts at Oak Lawn, is going to try to get back on the winning track. Yeah, that's where I went. I thought, you know, she kind of went off form towards the end of the year. She had a hard campaign and she wasn't running badly when they put her away for the winter, but she had a little time off, came back, ran a bang up second in a grade three stakes, the sugar swirl, is that what it's called. At Gulfstream and I think that race will set her up nicely for this, flavian prat takes over, you know, she's in a good spot. She drew the two hole in the 6 horse field. I think she'll be tough. She also gets the, you know, she gets Lasix back tomorrow, and I happen to think that she's a mayor that really runs better with Lasix than what how, not that she runs poorly without Lasix, but it seems to me speed figure why she's just got a little more oomph, so I don't know if I don't know if I'm onto something or not. It's just in my head. It seems to me like she's been better with the medication Lasix than without and she gets it tomorrow..

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"terry wallace" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

05:09 min | 7 months ago

"terry wallace" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

"Of. Oh, a little tickle there. I don't know what that was. Not sure. I used to always crack me up. We will do some weekend preview today. I have a little menagerie of topics I wanted to hit before we do some weekend preview. Obviously, I want to talk about Oakland, the whitmore and the Essex, I believe it is, right? It's the Essex. Yeah, Essex is always a huge purse, half a million bucks. And it's kind of that same crew, right? Thomas Shelby. Warrior's charge, plainsman coming out of the razorback win. Popular kid. I mean, it's the same cast and crew radar superstar. When is there not an Oak Lawn handicap or an Essex or a razorback that rated our superstar is not in? I feel like he's been in every one of them since 2004. Terry Wallace was calling him our superstar on the outside. I think Terry walls may have called rated our superstar. Maybe not. Frank got there in 2015 or 14. And I guess Pete was there a year. Now, he hasn't called him. I lied. I lied. Sorry about that. Rest in peace, Terry. So anyways, we'll talk about those races coming up a little bit later on. It might touch on a little bit of aqueduct. I thought I took a little peek in aqueduct while we were racing at tampon Wednesday and I thought the Saturday card looked kind of good. Big field to start it off. You know, a couple decent sized fields to start it off. I get what I feel like we've got so used to, you know, in the depths of winter, you know, the first or second race at most places is kind of not all that great, but not the case at the big a on Saturday. So maybe we'll talk a little bit about that. It's coming up as well. I forgot to mention yesterday the big news out of Churchill was that the Arlington million is going to be run on a stand-alone day at church hill on August 13th, which is a million times. I feel like it's always usually that second weekend of August. I can't say that I was surprised by it because but I just hadn't thought about it. Once the news came down that Churchill was buying colonial, I'll be honest, I kind of thought that that was where that race might move. And it could still. Churchill might just be a holding place for it. I would venture a guess that some of that will depend on how it goes. I would think getting everything together for a one off day is a difficult thing. But we have to do that here at Tampa for those two days in the summer meet and getting all of your staff, many of whom work at other places or are out of town or whatever, getting them to come back for one or a couple of days is not an easy thing. And I know nothing, believe me, like nobody's talking to me about when he's race, but that might be my suspicion is that those races end up at colonial. But again, that is a 1000% me just guessing around. I don't know. I probably shouldn't even mention that because, you know, these pots are the show. Don't want to upset anybody. But yeah, I thought that was interesting news that those races will continue on. Under the banner of the Arlington million, the Beverly D in the secretary, I believe, because they changed the names and the purse as last year. I mean, I guess you can. Somebody remember saying yesterday like, you can't be the Arlington million if it's not a $1 million race, but we have the Grants Pass mile and it's a mile and an 8th. Who's holding you to it? The name of the race. It can be whatever it is. It could be the Jason beam $1 billion World Cup classic, but I'll still offer 20,000 for the purse. You know, he was like, I don't think the name implies what you have to do. I get what I get that it probably should. But it doesn't have to. I'm feeling silly today. I don't know why. It's my Friday. Maybe that's why I'm feeling silly. But I do want to touch on the Hutchinson if they, if they get it drawn, we still have not seen the entries out. They Gulfstream has been a little rough about that this meet. I feel like we're not seeing entries on Wednesday till very late. With the exception of when they have big days and they draw it early on Monday, it's kind of nice. Obviously drawing for the fairgrounds this weekend for the big day, so we'll talk about that at fair, but next week. In fact, I think we're going to have our, I think it's our fourth annual Louisiana Derby roundtable. That'll be next Thursday. And my buddy Gary P, Gary palmisano, longtime fairgrounds guy, Churchill guy now in the Frank mcgoey, who's a New Orleans based handicapper. We've done it the last three years, and the guys were like, I said, hey guys, you want to do our little annual tradition, Louisiana Derby roundtable, and they were both like, yeah, let's do it. So I'm kind of looking forward to that. I love creating traditions. It's a part of my life that I enjoy. Having, you know, like we do the interview with that every year, but it's results. Like, I look forward to that kind of stuff. And I think, I think you guys do too, I hope. But yeah, so that will be coming up next week and got a couple other good invites out for guests. So hopefully next week, I think we're going to be doing pretty good on guest, we could guess this week, with Joe Christopher on the show with us..

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"terry wallace" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

06:46 min | 9 months ago

"terry wallace" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"The Saturday in Sunday afternoon to be sure to catch America's day at the races on FS1 this weekend tomorrow FS1 from two 30 to 6 Eastern Time Sunday FS1 from two 30 to 5 30. Okay, bob. Let's start it off in New York tomorrow, and I guess the road toward the wood memorial and ultimately toward The Kentucky Derby starts with the Jerome. One mile, one turn at aqueduct, $150,000 on the line. We heard in the start of the show, the replay of the stretch run of the grade three Nashua one so impressively by the Bob Baffert trainee Rockefeller, we're going to talk a little bit more about Rockefeller later in the show. He runs in the sham stakes tomorrow at Santa Anita the runner up to Rockefeller was cook creek and cook creek is the morning line favorite in the Jerome at 5 to two. Yeah, I mean cook creek definitely on all known form appears to be the best horse in the race. My biggest concern with him going to one turn mile would be that inside post, I don't love that. That being said at this point in his career he's probably the best horse in the race there's a very interesting entrant and hear corps of the 6 horses $600,000 colt by tappet out of take charge brandy, of course, won the breeders cup juvenile Phillies a few years back and who's a half sister to Omaha beach as well take charge brandy. So it'll be very interesting, core velocity 8 took four starts to break his maiden he's now going in the right direction the best race of his life December 2nd here at aqueduct. I think he gets a stiff test from the already more seasoned cook creek, many Franco and up and coming trainer, Jeremiah, dwyer here, have a very live horse. So he gets out of there, gets cleaned up out of the wood and always should be tough. Well, that's the biggest question. Is that one turn mile in the inside post? It's a roundly regarded as the worst post to have. And even if you're a speed horse, it doesn't seem like anyone really wants that inside draw in these one mile one turn events, whether it's an aqueduct or a Gulfstream park. It seems like the inside is not where you really want to be. So if you're betting on cook creek, what do you think is a fair price? And what is the trip you're looking for? I used 5 to two in the morning line. Hopefully gets out of there. It gets to a forward position. I would like him to be with a length or two of the front end. I think that anything above 8 to 5 would be would be fair two to one ideal 5 to two, I think would be a gift. I just think, at this point, he's got the most upside, he's beautifully bred himself. He's uncle mo out of a bernardini bear. He spread to stay much further than this and many Franco wrote him a great race last time you just got beat by a better horse and Rockefeller who I think will be very tough to beat in the sham. Cook creek already a stakes winner winning the rocky run at Delaware park two starts back in a bang up second last time out in the grade three Nashua. He figures to be tough to beat in the drone bob and my top selection in the Jerome is cook creek, but I agree with you. I don't want to take a short price and I'm afraid of that inside draw, but I think cook creek has done enough to warrant favoritism and he looks very tough tomorrow in the Jerome goes as race 8 on the card at aqueduct. Let's head over to Oak Lawn park and their road. I guess toward the Arkansas Derby begins tomorrow with the quarter $1 million smarty Jones, three year olds going a two turn mile at Oak Lawn park and we've got a huge field of 14 going to post. And I'll tell you what, bob, whereas cook creek stands out as a very logical favorite in the Jerome. I'm not even sure who will be favored in the smarty Jones. Yeah, and I couldn't agree with you more. It's really hotly contested race here. I was really impressed with the Chris Hartman trainee kavadh, the four horse mikata horse horse that cost a mere $3500 as a key on September yearling a son of a Leah out of the Pope at mayor weekend connection. Really, really tough effort determined effort to win the advent, which I believe was the first stakes of this new December Oakland stake schedule and it just looked good doing it. Interesting I'm sure we'll talk about that. This is an interesting angle on this race in particular. There's a lot of horses who have brought on Lasix once now coming awfully 6 for this race, including kavadh. I think he's tough. I think the favorite is going to be just one pose to his inside home brew, who's a Gary and Mary west home bred by street sense. He was very impressive last time and optional claimer allowance race at Oakland going the course and distance sud of the stakes tomorrow the smarty Jones one mile Terry Wallace in the fame short stretch of the mile run. He's three to one, I think considering his connections of Brad Cox and the Giroux he'll probably go off favorite and the fact that he's done it before, albeit against lesser, I think he's the you think he's the worst beat. I think that all in sync the morning I don't have 8 to ones a little bit silly. I think he'll be much shorter than that. I think it's gonna be a hotly contested race, like you mentioned at the start. I'm gonna go with a home brew to beat kavadh. Okay, three and four bob selections in the smarty Jones. I'm gonna go a little off the rails with the Remington park in Vader. Number 9 don't cross the devil for new trainer filled the motto, Jalen clary had this one at Remington park and did a great job with the son of cross traffic. A couple of impressive wins at nice prices and runaway wins at that bread to handle the extra distance being by cross traffic out of a devil his due mare and filled the motto always a high percentage trainer, wherever he is mainly out in southern Southern California, but obviously going to have a string at Oakland as well. I think don't cross the devil's overlooked on the morning line because he's coming from Remington park, but he brings his rider with him lane Leslie and I like what he's done over there in Oklahoma City. Don't cross the devil. For me, ten to one on the morning line in the smarty Jones. Let's head down south. They've got 5 stakes on the Gulfstream park card tomorrow, and we're going to start with race number four. This is the $100,000 cash run for three year old Phillies going a mile on the main track. This is a one turn mile at Gulfstream. And I'll tell you what bob, it's a very intriguing race here because you've got a morning line favorite number three surreal fantasy who looked very good, beating basically nothing at Tampa Bay downs last time..

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Kurt Becker's Stroll Through Racing History: Grindstone

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

04:59 min | 1 year ago

Kurt Becker's Stroll Through Racing History: Grindstone

"Only made six career starts but one of them resulted in a victory in the kentucky derby and burst onto the racing. Cd twenty five years ago this month with a win in the louisiana derby. His name was grindstone. A foal from the first crop of nineteen ninety kentucky derby winner dreidel rhinestones was owned and bred by lexington kentucky. Native william tian in the name of his overbrook farm center d wayne lukas grindstone raced twice as juvenile before undergoing surgery for a bone chip in a knee. But after a seven month layoff. He returned to the races with a runner-up relation allowance company at santa anita in february of nineteen ninety-six to start his three-year-old campaign. Despite having made just three career starts grindstone went to new orleans on march seventeen for the great three louisiana derby at a mile and a sixteen despite having nothing more than a maiden special weight victory to his name. Rhinestone was dispatched the two to one second choice behind local favorites arbs magic and it was arbs. Maverick stood and rhinestones way in the final furlong. Tony bentley had. The call takes me puts up. Magic hangs on the inside but it will be grindstone with the lead and sar magic. Grindstone when bill. Louisiana derby by war with terry daily with these victory that day grindstone was now part of discussions for the upcoming kentucky derby but he was lightly raced and no winner of the louisiana derby had won the kentucky. Derby splash gold. In nineteen twenty four grindstone stone would have one more prep race before heading to churchill downs. It would be the arkansas derby on april thirteen. It would be step up to a great two and a stretch out to a mile. An eight rhinestone would enter the starting gate as the eight to five favorite at once again. He would have to deal with the magic in the stretch. Terry wallace brings them home. Describe magic magic comes back. Takes at the magic of turn upset. Rhinestone was only eaten the neck that day but he would be heading to the kentucky derby with a lot of questions surrounding for one thing. Rhinestone had only made five career starts. No horse had won the kentucky. Derby on five starts or less since brokers tip in nineteen thirty-three for another. He wasn't even necessarily the best in these trainers d wayne. Lukas would be sending record. Five horses to the derby and lucas himself was reluctant to rank one above another. As for the rest of the lineup there was unbridled som- who would be the post time favorite. There was avenir from the west coast being trapped by a young trainer. By the name of bob baffert. There were skip away. Who had just set a stakes record in the bluegrass at keeneland. On the first saturday in may nineteen ninety-six. Rhinestone would have to overcome history. He would have to overcome highly talented and more experienced bows and he would have to make a furious. Run in the final furlong. But jockey jerry. Bailey had him in high gear. Dave johnson of abc sports with the goal of cracked late cabinet on the side of town. And here's optima to guide wasn't cabin on the inside was it baby. Mcquaid noted in the top urban grindstone and hit the wire together and it took five minutes for the placing judges to confirm the result of that photo. Finish but the winner of the one hundred twenty second run for the roses was grindstone. As one sports writer. Put it the kentucky. Derby distance is seventy nine thousand inches and by getting his nose in front of the wire grindstone had led only the final four but it was all that he needed five days later. Lucas announced that grindstone had been retired from racing. Following the discovery of another bone chip in the colts need may grindstone the first horse and seventy years to be retired immediately following win in the kentucky derby but he also has become the first horse in seventy two years to win both the louisiana derby and the kentucky derby he had won the first million dollar kentucky derby in history he had given lucas consecutive win and a triple crown race and he had made. Wt young kentucky derby winning owner and brief. I was never proud to stand next to mr young said lucas. Adding this is absolutely the happiest. I've ever been in my life. As a stallion grindstone would become the sire of belmont winter bird stone and the grand sire of classic winners mine that bird and summer bird following his stallion career in kentucky he would relocate to oregon and twenty ten where he would sire more stakes winners in the pacific northwest but the legacy of brian stone began twenty five years ago. This month with a win in the louisiana derby.

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"terry wallace" Discussed on Lace Out AFL Podcast

Lace Out AFL Podcast

07:38 min | 1 year ago

"terry wallace" Discussed on Lace Out AFL Podcast

"What's happened since then. We've lost a bright button. Will britain spain given china dole. Donny part was trying to a senior assistant. Scout camp rallied liftoff to ten thousand years as senior assistant which many people were happy about. So am i happy with the club. I'm happy with the club. Now that's fair enough but you're to be having twenty twenty nine. We generated a petition Because we were unhappy with the club That was part of the reason why. The club initiated review. Because us along with other podcasts. In just the general crews public had just become so disillusioned with the white things would bang round the two we. It was a show people. We did full charge when in this is the thing that moebius critique when it comes to the nfl and offset these many times on allies on the lights up podcast. He's sorry disillusioned with the nfl way. Just tight the members for granted all odd just doing so many different ways. They changing rules for no apparent reason. They make no sense. What i do etc. It's almost you know. they want us forever revenue. But that's i don't care if harare opinion and side he that a collective not just yourself but other podcast people over there said no. We're not standing for these anymore. And we've seen through history. The dogs data it's Richmond got through it. Melbourne and hawthorn through the merger where people at how has stock thin even from the swans win that. We're going to begin. Terry wallace and i thought it so i kind i. We're gonna go with. Paul roos people allah and ultimately swiping and for that to occur. Generally that you are on the rocky. Unfortunately you're right a sucks you have to go through the capital. If that's what you have to go through then you know what this is gonna be the law. Let's have a look at these guys. If it's twenty twenty one what sought you looking. At least i'm going to say this small on your face now. Because i can see the we want to talk about the good things because history is gone or all. We can only focus on the future. So who's getting you. A little bit exhauted outside. Who what do you think the improvements gonna come from the she the an midfield exhausts me. We've still got outsiders. Wave move roy. Leading to the midfield last year to fake than many would say ejei He was growing very stagnant across half back in a had a nasal of loss Running through the midfield. But it's the young leads. Harry schoenberg Could be anything in On willing to put my on the lawn inside that. He's a feature brand limato prospect. He's an absolute bowl He's tied up. Governor is poppy fat. He might have united Second season united have playa struggle. But i think over the long term arizona big is going to be premia midfielder in the competition Hey really exhorts Lucky show really sukey playa. We've started him off halfback but End up playing a lot of time on the wing and through the midfield for us fantastic foot schools are plays a toll. Free saw his knick's about couple beat a bit of soup We picked up Through the draft at last season was Was college Fist item captain learned. The right are of low paypal But he is an absolute bull. An absolute will Luke hodge lock. I would. I would compare him to hype. Sarah might might be not yet the foot skills of haji. But certainly he's ability to get the bowl and his ability to assert himself is very reminiscent. So sainbury's done really well since he's in in preseason training in the internal trial las wake elliott huma. Big up fullwood has really started to show in so as someone might be mike Fullwood design. But i think the biggest excitement from a chris's obliged the probably non either day has saint who. I'm happy to cite initially. I didn't think we'd take with second page. I thought we take Lug mcdonald but raleigh through slide on the wing in the internal trial. This i have a two hundred centimeters and you would not that. He did a huge amount. The poitou is a young kid but there were times. When you're watching this kip finding who's this midfielder than you realize he's at two hundred plus centimeter full midfield. Two hundred centimeters as is this guy. His is is fantastic. A doesn't lot. He he's A reminds me of ben king intensive his ability and his ability. I've ahead But also his work at grand level is going to be something special. I've eight bit of humble pie on him. Because i didn't think we'd take him having seen him since i can say that. He's going to be something special. Humble boys tasty will had a slice of humble point over the easiest. That's a possibility off. But it's even better when you get to serve it up to somebody else's but that's good. There is some genuine and you know my other. One that i'll be looking at is is matthew knicks as well. It was locked you said towards the end of the towards the end of the year. He was really starting to get. You could see the game pain coming together. really stein. apply for each other and now they've got another full preseason with now the bunch of young kids coming through. That's that's gonna make an a young coach excited and it's got mike young least exhorted and that's and that's when you wanna chris A lot of people i've the fact nazis communism Head coach into a team that his shit and then he gets the he does get covid. everybody has to do so. The club is running on the smell of oily rag. Toil basically exactly reunited since since that syncing the last season we brought on scotty with bolt on giants rally from delong Some notes that skype name escapes me right now. But all of a sudden we have got a quality assistant coaching panel behind him He grew as a coach. I think is the place to jail bonding towards the end of the season as your own a day earlier with regards to results and certainly the internal trials in vague by the we've had from preseason match Everyone is voting to what nazis put on the table And you know with blood. Slot scotty bones and giants rally beckenham.

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"terry wallace" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"terry wallace" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Society. We are back at pimlico. And that includes course staff that moves over from laurel after the winter season in anna rundle county and dave rodman has made that transition for more years than most most anybody that i can think of twenty six. This is now ninety. One was my first year here. And i started at laurel then came to pimlico laurel like was the first track i believe but then we transition to pimlico a couple a month later. Maybe well as the voice of the maryland jockey. Club your background. Talk about Even even before you got here Well my dad got me interested in racing. Yeah at a very early age Someone asks me what what what age was it. I said i don't really remember. I just remember you into the fairgrounds. We went to jefferson downs which was kind of bread and butter track. They run in the summer rounds in the winter. And those were the two tracks that my dad used to take me to just immediately smelt. Corn beef at the fairgrounds said as soon as i smelled a corn beef. I said i'm at the races because that was what they were famous. Absolutely you know and just the atmosphere of the track into the characters the people the fact that you know a guy worth to twenty million dollars standing next to a guy with twenty dollars in his pocket said that a million times about saratoga that that's one of the great. It's one of the great social equity locations that and they enjoy each other's company and there's a mutual respect immediately. Yeah some more just like getting into the gambling part of the game. I you know some people saw in. It's not like i said oh. I wanna be a track announcer. When i was younger. That's not really true. I was introduced to racing through my father who liked to play casually. At least i think it was as far as yeah. And i didn't realize because you certainly don't have an accent i didn't realize you were. You were new orleans new orleans native. You start talking like that down now. Anytime i go back to new orleans i can put the accent on you have to say it just becomes it. Somebody said oh you sound like you have a maryland. Accent now said really. I don't know whatever that is. There's certain certain mannerisms. Absolutely to certainly the barry levinson films The have the greatest example of that all the baltimore themes but how from from an interest from casual interest. Where did you go from there while going. That's why i guess. Part of not having an accent right out of high school. I wanted to be a dj in high school so interested in racing but wanted to be a dj began working at a radio station just on the weekends and then got a fulltime job right out of high school in a little am. Five hundred watt radio station pascagoula moss point mississippi sell. It was my first radio job and did radio for a long time. Went back to new orleans. Radio and Then kind of got interested in racing again as my radio koor. Fm kinda took over in the am. Fast-talking dj was You know on the wane that was me and and so got back into racing and started going to the track again and a friend of mine said come on back to the backside Walks some horses I heard that the announcer was leaving at jefferson downs. Rick mock who's still a jocky agent. Yeah and practice a little bit on the roof. They put me up there on a thursday night. Last race to colouration they needed at someone for the following season mrs toward the end of his last year there and they gave me the job. The following season murray krantz said Bryan cranston course assures. Her son at was my first job. Unbelievable and at that point then to you know to make your way here. And i know that that larry larry combs was was where i know. He spent the call him one time. Yeah he was yeah he. His father was a sound man here actually for years. How about that. Yeah so And he's elegant city native maryland. I moved city. So it's awful circle a but anyway but Four years at jefferson downs in the seven years at louisiana downs in shreveport moser and super derby and You know there was This is a back in the day when we draw eighteen. Twenty thousand people a weekend louisiana downs. The hotels repacked handicapping seminars. At the hotels in the morning a lot of you know i mean louisiana. Downs has been kind of a hotbed for people. Passing through travis stone absolute rank. Mary and go on and on terry wallace was there for a while. To china. lescoe is on you know in terms of starting here and getting to what obviously was a you know a major circuit. And you've had this quarter of a century stand at At maryland and you are really synonymous with with racing here and that includes through preakness and it seems like i'm sure opportunities floated up and into the arena. But you seem very much tied to the things here. I is a lot of people that could do this job to call the preakness tomorrow. A lot of really good announcer in this country. Some parral lot better than i am. Perhaps you know opinion wise but I just happened to look into the situation and ninety one where it was year round job we had i think two hundred and plus racing days back then and now and then things kind of went down in the valley a little while and we've got a bike one hundred and forty one hundred something and now we're back to one sixty seven maryland. Researchers in the appeal really was to kind of stay in one place year round. Tough thing to do when calling races you know. We had our little stint in virginia. Where a lot of the maryland crew and the valid and some of the riders and the gate crew would go to virginia so it was still year round even though is a bit of a drive. We're still in one region so very appealing. It's very stable. Job and grateful for it in terms of in terms of the history here and i mean you've obviously had tons of great moments and and when you've got the middle jewel of the triple crown every year to look forward to but that isn't the only that that's not the only opportunity for distinction. The things like things like maryland million and any number of of big stake races General george we had the dc international apps. I mean it's coming back the research. I mean our laurel meat was up. I think thirty five percent twenty plus percent on track the the pimlico. Meet even though. The weather's not been really cooperative. It's been strong. We've had some strong pools here and hoping for a nice weekend tomorrow as ticket. Sales are up but you know the international coming back maryland. Lots of great horses. You know most famously. Now benz cat you know. Make the national scene out of here and catherine sophia maryland-breds so.

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"terry wallace" Discussed on Lace Out AFL Podcast

Lace Out AFL Podcast

11:19 min | 2 years ago

"terry wallace" Discussed on Lace Out AFL Podcast

"This edition of Lights Out. Jamie his opinion on the Dean lightly saga feature to be announced very shortly the pause. Are they reaching again over the veils you? I fell logos aim J. knee having a actally on Pepperoni Johnny. Bring you the NFL football hell. You want it lace out now with the episode back through another lake of podcast. But before we get into the nitty gritties of everything gotTa handed stride. I've it's Jamie the John Wallace with these. I of Johnny Dogs people on Sunday night news. Break the Dane lightly got arrested in San Qaeda the stalking and other offenses instantly mental house was put up by the NFL media as a defense for Dane. Saying he's been doing a tough for a while. What is it about his mental health? It's being questioned? Is it because he likes to dress up as a woman? Many people have come forward to say that has been like this for quite a it's Benny's murders bodice for many years and in this modern time wise a man who dresses up as a woman. Asana being mentally unwell is anybody on drugs who commits a crime. Get the mental. Illness cod pulled for them. Therefore we should go a bit easier. This is is a drug user. Who has accused of committing a crime once and I felt coach. I'm not saying let's go hard. And any fact. Everyone is entitled to their privacy but please pool the mental health cod. When a sports person GETS INTO TROUBLE OFF. Jeez starting starting this week off on passionate one night. This is the first one episode. Seventy where up seventy one. We're up to and that's the first ever opening monologue. Big Ball that we've ever had anes. It was gonNA be a topic we're going to be bringing up in today's podcast. We'll get onto it in just a moment but before we start once again lose. Thank you for joining us again. Chris PIPPA Johnnie Wallace pips and Jijel key for another week of Lisette. Look if you've been living under a rock for the last few days. It was a pretty big story that broke on Sunday. Which was the arrest of Dean lightly North Melbourne Premiership Playa and former North Melbourne coach arrested in Saint Kilda for a number of issues which we don't need to get into what it was all about. We know the story itself but I do agree with you that the mental health God gets played white too often and you could probably in the room. You're in right now. Look on the trying that you're listening to in the Kyle. Look at the person next to you and the one on the right in the workplace listening to these and he's going to be somebody who's got a mental health issue. It's almost as common as the CY common called these days without him on them running around going mental health mental health mental health mental health issue. And so actually get quite pieced when the when the paper with mental health issues proper mental health issues. Have they have they of mental health plied by people who shouldn't use it and use it just as a scapegoat or an excuse? I get pretty pissed with that was about it before or after all the challenges we've had as well too and you still do. You never get over. It's like a. It's like a bad injury just never goes away but you've got to manage it and on idea. They re some sort of mental issue there but that that is the whole purpose of whatever happened. Not Think you've got to separate almost three pasta. Isn't it from what you've said about the mental health sort of things you've got the the drug aspect to it and then you've also got the criminality sought of things as well to now one of those you can? Martin the mental health. Yes that's that's self and the drug solder things in the criminal things you gotta sip right the personal life from the Act and what? He means charged for stalking breaking Navia. Doesn't matter who you are. That's that's shit asked. Let's yes what you've said is exactly exactly that a lot of people think feel. These is that you shouldn't be able to just play that cod. Because you're a spokesperson happens all the time. Instead of saying you know what excuse the term fucked up. Yep and I know you rotting this today that I'm putting it out you know what Al Podcast pips and so I you know you care for what. Girardi careful what you say when you have an opinion because this is a story to count issue but what I felt. The narrative of the earlier in the week was He's as pictures released Dane and once again. I'M GONNA say this quickly. The copied things and then shared it out on them up very quickly addressed. That what what is the mental health aspect here is it because he was in address. Because that's not a mental health issue. That's we've been told for the last three or four years ten years that that is perfectly acceptable. You WanNa be a man just a woman you could just as a woman you said it was a long. It's a lifestyle choice correct so when I sat down and started to think about I probably ought to be angry. Lock you thinking. Wow you know if this was any run of the drug use in Saint Qaeda. Who was stalking someone? We would go that person's scum and this is I'll tell you we wouldn't have even note about it because it wouldn't abandon the papers and it wouldn't be on the news yeah it's con- separate PEPs. But it's a conversation you've had before with a guest with them Rixon. No one gave him a leave pasta over the situation she was going through. He was a drug user going through a rough time in his life and no one came to the fore and said is going into a health issue. Let's go easy now they ripped into so. I'm I'm not. I'm not saying that we should do one with the trait one. Lock the other but I was a little bit taken back by the narrative of what was being trying to be portrayed in a story. The interesting thing is is that Earlier Terry Wallace came up and he spoke about the pressure that coaches Rodney throughout the throughout the coaching dies. And you think about all the pressure that a single ply is on. You've got to multiply that boy. A forty forty two tons for what Kirch is under. Because he's almost mentors. Will these people any any up with some interesting names giant hood? He's had he's had. He's had challenges for various reasons. Responded Matt Day Langley Danny early? We know he's he's into challenges. Iva Tom as well and we know what happened to. Palmerston another one as well and another one that came out a different sort of it was walsh. The coaching unfortunately pasta intentioned and fifteen. He wasn't effective bought personally himself? He son had schizophrenia. Being reported and that is he's he's passing so this fall coaches the that wants to lift. The football game have been through their own challenges in many for license so he won't have a bit of a point that you know once I leave. What do they do to who who have support now? There are some that a difference while this but once again. It's that it's that hidden if you can't see it in front of your eyes because it's in the hey it doesn't exist. Need an interview on the assistant district. Football Leagues PODCAST. Last week. Just last week talking about this. Because he coaches Merrill now to show for how much longer but he catches Maribyrnong Park in the Premier Division the last couple of weeks and he was told him out on the football looking forward to getting back into it each and so forth. This is only. I think we're five days off and I was held that could so easily the heat it really well or something just pushed it over the age that to say leaving the thing is is that court tryst in a week and address and all shoes apparently the high heel shoes and invisible to take it. That's almost stunned when I was writing. This is one of those things you see when pops up on your phone and you twice. What what an was until. I saw the pictures I didn't I didn't SORTA believe it indeed. The story wasn't the start It was you know X. x. exile coach Code on arrested in Qaeda on stalking and other charges other lighted charges. And it wasn't until the pictures of felt. The time line went that it wasn't until the pictures of him Dressed up as a lady and all that that's when people started piling in saw exciting the mental health yet point. Great point a great I'll agree with that. So he the first thing and then you see the second thing is what did change. Its tune after that particular point he was also he was around the kill. Football Club acquired a number of us as well too because he's kind there as well and so he'd be down at the club and he's a he's he's off. Be The end of the club in a lot of the time when I could see anything will that but apparently been going on for quite a long time. It was something that hasn't been either last year or so it's begun on quite a long time once again if you're in the in the inner circle of the NFL OF AFL or whatever you WanNa call you know these things but it's kicked under the big joint rug actually of thinking about it now totally off subject in uh the roof of the Telstra time Or reckon that should be sponsored by Solomon's rugs boy unless you planet like one big giant run because of all the crap that the NFL is swept under over the years it would almost be as high as American model is is. The is the area on all area fifty one and as Mr mysteries going bonkers and it's just jaw be run over the top of it. Are we going to storm the model still song stomack fifty one like it was back early on? What's going on at the moment but It's a tragic story tragic story and a great little great monologue goal. Tom Stipend pace right at the front. They.

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"terry wallace" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

06:46 min | 2 years ago

"terry wallace" Discussed on KGO 810

"With in the end we're trying to find out whether people understood margin and so many people have margin accounts and so many people this was one of the the second was the second hardest question for people in a way because we're dealing with margin you're dealing with losses you're dealing with some math in there I'm not at all surprised that three out of four got the question wrong right but to your point there are millions of Americans who have margin accounts at their brokerage firms meaning they are buying mutual funds and stocks with borrowed money and they don't understand how it works exactly and even if you isolate the people who have margin from the people who don't have margin you do see that there is this lack of knowledge it holds infected sometimes goes up black in twenty fifteen when we last did this particular question we saw that people who have margin accounts were actually less likely to score well on the overall financial literacy question quiz but also on that question and by the way if you invest five hundred dollars you borrow another five hundred to buy a thousand dollars worth of stock and the stock's been dropped by fifty percent your wiped out right so a lot of folks thought that I still have money left because I invested a thousand Bucks no you didn't you only invested five hundred next on the question that a lot of people just said they didn't know because that was one of the options for all of the questions was the difference between active and passive management in mutual funds and especially as more and more people are looking at ETFs and funds I mean those mutual funds are one of the most commonly owned investments in non retirement accounts and particularly in retirement accounts people don't understand the difference between active and passive management and that's a pretty fundamental issue in today's investing world and allies back into fees so we add all this up and we reach the conclusion that okay Americans are scoring pretty poorly on this test less than a fifty percent pass rate but at the same time forty two percent say they're comfortable making their own investment decisions yeah and sixty four percent in your survey rated their knowledge level high even though their average scores were fifty one percent and we see that over and over again they also think that the market performance is more likely to be stronger that they're going to beat the market something like only seven percent of people think that they're gonna underperformed the market role that is a little scary because that's not terribly realistic there's a recent study that just came out from the center for financial studies that said a one point increase in financial literacy translates to an eight percent greater likelihood that you'll own stocks we see correlations with the age income and college education but also we see correlations with financial knowledge and as financial knowledge increases we don't know if it's because all or if it's simply that correlation and that something that the foundation is trying to investigate even further that's why we make all this data available so that people can slice and dice it and and really dig in and get a deeper dive into the attitudes of investors so one other quick subject you asked a question in your study this year and sixty percent said no to this have you authorized a trusted contact for your investment accounts sixty percent said no that's a new rule that just went into effect about a year ago a two years ago but it's a really good and important idea designated trust to contact it's really vital because of you become incapacitated for or you're concerned that your joint account holder your spouse or someone may be is there someone that your financial adviser can call exactly to raise a concern exactly and if your financial professional see something suspicious happening in your account and you happen to be overseas on the course of a lifetime they have a trust a contact to find out where you are if they can't get in touch with you so if you have not giving your financial adviser a trusted contact do so do so it's for your protection final subject all for you Gerry the jury washes the president offenders investor education foundation big point you raised questions in your survey this year about the call is the first time you've done that and you said in it what you discovered in your service at eighty five percent said they're aware of big coin eighteen percent are considering investing in a twelve percent already do exactly and that surprise you well the eighty five percent particularly was interesting because that was across virtually every demographics at age gender or investable assets you know pretty much everybody knows about big coin what we saw when we slice and dice the data is that younger people the eighteen to thirty four year old set and people who had less than fifty thousand in investable assets were more likely to say that they were considering or that they were actually investing and they know that it's high risk because we specifically asked a risk question about big coin and so what's your take away what's the message you want to convey to folks about this I'm glad that people understand that it's risky what you don't want to do is to put your entire investable assets into a single investment and an investment like crypto currency there's a lot of uncertainty that still remains with crypto currency but this is a new emerging industry so you know it might be a valuable thing for people to consider and to put into their portfolio but not to invest their entire non retirement savings or retirement savings so I'll tell you what I've been saying in our counseling on this subject tell me if you agree with with this one don't invest until you understand the technology too if you're going to invest keep it to one percent of the portfolio you don't need to do more than that in fact for a lot of folks its last three expect to hold for years even decades no one knows what's going to happen in the long run for expect massive volatility during that period because that's the inherent nature of this asset class it seems and five expect to lose it all because it could very well be the case so as a regulator I can't endorse the advice but I can say that except for the whole one percent thing that's exactly what we say when we talked to investors is that this is new take a look at it ask questions make sure you understand never invest in anything that you don't understand and always expect that you could lose your entire investment and diversified diversified diversify which is why I like my one percent thing is an effort of saying doppler eggs in one basket and we never won all the eggs in one basket Terry Wallace the president of fender is investor education foundation always a.

"terry wallace" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"terry wallace" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"I think it's a little me it's sad it's going to be at the southern on February thirteenth you guys know Vic Villari as small strand so good so he is still mean a variety show at the southern on February thirteenth and so it's going to be you know like a classic variety show he's going to have is the Villari lounged orchestra and special gas and then he's gonna be huge dance floors you can swing dance and you know be a part of the filming of the variety shows so easy but like Terry Wallace from the Belfast cowboys is going to be there is fine yeah I'm Sharman Michelle she's like amazing of singer from the Twin Cities of Thursday night Thursday night and maybe you don't want to go out on the fourteenth you know a lot of people go oooh I get the hives thinking about February fourteenth on a Friday yeah yeah yeah find a reservation maybe you need to surprise somebody what about doing this on Thursday night fully okay going to southern theater dot org all right Miller ticket yeah sounds fun alright so I so glad down the road this morning I'd kind of forgotten of that last night the field at the convention center in LA that they did the Grammy salute to prince right here in April yeah I totally forgot about it you know with all the cold we knew was that his everything so yeah I is this from the Ellie chime sorry this report I got bored okay so it's there the seven from Billboard was there so this is this is what happened in the world what we're gonna see in April yes rational is being produced by Ken Ehrlich could just retired from the Grammys so this was his hi his printer producing Tang it's hosted by Maya Rudolph and you know she is a prince tribute band really Meyer know that I didn't know that Donnie Google just my Rudolph prince tribute band in that it will come up but she actually came and played I feel like I've First Avenue after he died but she's a crazy huge a prince fan and it's called let's go crazy the Grammy salute to prince and it'll be on CBS in April probably timed around his death the twenty first I don't know what day that falls on and so the revolution of course was there a oops sorry with the revolution was there they perform delirious mountains and purple rain which the lead vocal was mess Mavis staples oh my gosh and I guess they were like thousands of people down the street at the staples center well this taping was going on and then Jimmy jam goes for our tape beam probably be a two hour show yeah and so Gary Carr junior in her I did that Listerine let's go crazy with their guitars all that will be really fun yeah I could taraf tooling guitars problem we had thought about her and and Gary Kleck junior at the Grammys like like you I kind of wish her a done the prince thank you said I sure that would be that would be easy if you were producing the Grammys Laurie then they did solo things let's go crazy and then they performed the beautiful ones and the cross which is like I love that signed my printers.

"terry wallace" Discussed on Bravo for the B-side Podcast

Bravo for the B-side Podcast

26:35 min | 3 years ago

"terry wallace" Discussed on Bravo for the B-side Podcast

"It's the it's a perfect example of what you can do when you get your hands on some real budget money and you know how to make the right decisions yeah up there you'd you see them you don't instantly remember them right but we see people hanging a banner for the annual drink and shoot blue clearly doesn't care no he doesn't he doesn't and when while the watching the he's filling his coffee mug full of booze radio recharging for the morning and so they have a little bit of back and forth and lose walking out and Willie's like Louis and you gotta believe me and this is one of my I wrote this down because I love this exchange Lou turns to Willie and says remember what happened to the boy who cried Wolf Willy and Willy looks at him with straightest face not even smart ass snarky smirke anything just looks at him and replies nothing happened to him but the town's flock was fucked I love that we don't he's an obvious little bad guy he's got like a tear his our little tear tattooed teardrop tattoo under his eye his hair slick bag he's wearing sunglasses in a dark bar wearing I think it's a leather jacket some sort of becomes went in with some crew yeah his his his entourage I foot nothing but you're not a squad criminal turn you don't have to impress trail so yeah he's surrounded what looks like his babysitter comes in and right away you know he he rips into Lou Lou let's it go not because is cool and lose not wanting to start anything lose just a drunk tired on my job yeah deputy right he's just wasting his shift at the bar so he's seeing something they're all saying things about change in the Senate and we've seen it a couple times and it still didn't register in my head because it's just like two things one why did he come in why was this necessary virus early not his audience this is not his voting demographic in this bar no he actually he looked like a Mormon yeah with his group because they're all you know do border on religious zealot activity so but anyway he's just saying something and everyone's like Oh yeah Terry Terry Jerry and then they're gone right as quick as that so I don't know I think the little just introducing characters at this point he needed what Terry Wallace in before the next spent of the movie so that you knew he was yeah okay I think that's why it was in there well why don't we get into that next bit Sherry back at the station lose going to check in and punch out or something and the Def- who seems kind of like a like you know no nonsense kind of guy well here's the truth yeah he insists that Lugo oh investigate this disturbance in the woods and lose like I'm leaving Tina's like won't do it and he's like no Lou you do and here's the funny thing I did not get the impression that Liu had put in a full day's worth of work now I this I mean in the time we've seen Lou leave his driveway and get to the police station in a little late he was sent to go talk to Willie he talked to Willie and then he went to the bar and that was it and then we had two people come in for no real reason yell at him just it here they come and we know it cinematic but and I think that took five minutes that's when he got in the bar the conversation the flirting squat word Terry Wallace and then where I was a full five minutes probably not anyway lose done so he's checking out yeah but so he goes to investigate this disturbance in the woods and he's drinking the whole way and at this point in the movie I'm thinking okay we get it he's he's a drunk you've made that pretty abundantly clear by this point but this movie doesn't really pretend to be anything more than it is it just it is what it is and that's yeah that's super strength is it's it doesn't lean into so the real quick just like he's evil dead as an example right evil dead was super earnest effort love that movie till the end time has millions do when they got the money for the second one they leaned into the camp right that was not completely you know that wasn't what the first one supposed to be all about the tone was very different superfund super awesome still great no but in Little Dean knows what's going on this wasn't his I run the Rodeo now making wolf cop so he knows the quality of the script the level of the actors and how the lines are coming across he didn't lean into to make it campy now right it was wouldn't was right is talked about this is just a story not look and win any pulitzer looking to create a new category for Nobel right we're not going to the Oscars I just want to make a film have some fun I've got some people in it throw some things at you as the audience to help get the story going and that's it so lupines body in the woods and he gets knocked out by some hooded figures there some screaming and it's all over really quickly and he's a weakened sped and very oriented he doesn't know what's happened is worth mentioning that the body he finds in the woods is Harry Wallace every wallows we know because we saw him make this weird here in the bar in the bar so for those of you keeping score we have squat turned who came and went we have Tony Wallis who came and went in some time between this mysterious time when Lou left the Bar Story Wallace left and Lou left not long after so in the time from the Dan to win Lucas back to the station somehow the whole shift is passed so Albright but it's still daylight and Terry Wallis Somehow oh ends up in you know it's getting dark when he gets there it's dark when he gets there because he gets there yeah yeah because he thinks he's yelling at kids to get out he finds terrence yeah so yeah he wakes up in bed and he just has that what the fuck happened look you're right like he just why am I here you know and you get the sense that this is not uncommon for Liu to be blackout drunk right so he pulls out Abed runs into the bathroom looks like well you know maybe he's GonNa try and start fresh a little bit so he's lather some stuff on his face shaving cream and goes to shave and I was a little yeah because he does the down stroke and guys you know when you're shaving you just pick right that's what we do he does a single use a single stroke and then reminisces over for a moment and then he gets that home luck looks closer in the here in the spot he just shaved is growing back in right away super good close up awesome effects yeah yeah no hair coming through skin not easy thing to pull off but they did it looked good so that's the next look he has lots going on eared and we notice that he's got a couple of DASA blood on his shirt right right I thought well you know it was just being Lou who you just you can't be surprised at whatever you get on your shirt he looks down he lifts up his shirt and he's got a Pentagram carved into his lower chest and stomach right the whole middle era yeah and upside down yeah yeah yeah with the two points up instead of the one that's not this my first thought was I kept being hung over I get blackout drunk I get being kind of disoriented but I've had many types of wounds and deep gashes why that you know a circle that's a foot in diameter on the middle of your torso with these deep cut thanks and these are the kinds of cuts you look at them you know for for the effects they make them nice and deep and you know but you know that man I don't know how many staples or stitches that is but that dude needs to be closed up right butterfly bandaids aren't GonNa do it several dermatological layers it is and so just like with the phone rings yeah we got the chief Blah Blah Blah Blah and lose like off-again Yep Yep Lou is racing across town before that he gets into his car and or it just as he gets his car he has that that pinnacle moment where something's different about him in his case we see his heighten and senses he's like a little disoriented here's the train on how far windows it's a teeny tiny town so yes can't be that far away but you know we're in a major city in we hear the trains almost in every part of the city train tracks Kinda go everywhere but away so you know we get okay he can the trains and then he's like sniffing around you know so I will dog comes up there's a little dog comes in just starts having Adam because Liz dogs can tell something's not right and and I thought this was going to kick off into something but it didn't the Guy Walking the little dog is this big beefy elmer fudd wearing hat chewing tobacco data classy I during his spit cup and he said something to loo- well he'll pull dog back on his chain rate and then Lou was like hey don't do that no he kicked it kicked his dog yeah because the code up to show 'em kick the dog oh but you didn't go and this was hey don't do that I thought for sure you know a little bit of that Wolf Cop was gonna come out and he was going to take care of this canine abuser right. but no we go back to Lou the blue gets back in his car carries out about his business gets back to the forest and There's there's dead Terry Wallace laying on the ground he's got a needle stuck in his arm and the call them track marks a little bit and you've seen things in the world certain things that you might not be involved in that realm you have knowledge of and my first thought was those aren't track marks those are massive ulcers okay in his skin anyway and then plus the stuff coming out of it was green yeah I don't know I mean it's never mentioned but I did catch that all the times we saw on it's Great gene okay which has nothing to do with anything so he's got his needle stuck in his arm they say these you know the track awesome thank you just you never know and his his neck is also all gashed open one seems to care about that not at all they're like oh it clearly wasn't this gigantic gloominess neck it was the track marks overdose he overdosed yeah it was ripped out no well we get we get a mention of that corner comes in and this is this is the One thing in the movie that bugged me the most I hate the stereotype of coroner if I could see a movie or the coroner strolls on scene slaps on his gloves busts out his shit and gets to work I would be delighted but every time we see a coroner in a movie and not just you know be movies all movies everyone thinks ednid- it's important to have him come in with his like this guy comes in with his breakfast tray right he's got his coffee his his is donate or yeah some sloppy shed so he gets down strengthens coffee taking a bite of his sandwich thrones gloves gloved ribs he doesn't fucking care okay well that part I get you know I can handle it because establishes you know he's as much as tools anyone else and molly coming the body someone says hey what about that.

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"There's a long history where we'll films from the really really excellent ones to the ones that are gonna Louis not so great This week we're going to talk about Wolf Cop a B. movie that ranks right up there with the alias movies it's it's fantastic views and wolf cop made all those right decisions and that's why it is so successful and why we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA praise it we love it we do about it well let's do it all right let's go hello everyone and welcome to Bravo for the B side this is Jim and Danny Hey and we're here to talk about movies and what makes them great and what we can learn from them and this week we have Wolf Cop Awesome Movie Wolf Cop was made in two thousand fourteen it was directed by Lowell Dean written by Lowell Dean starring Lille for Fard Pfaff Art. I don't know how that's GONNA go hope they're not listening sorry Leo Tizzio and Sarah Lind this did not initially have a rating it did get a nationwide release because of a a project that I can't remember the name of Yang but it was made on a one million dollar Canadian budget it and you know even back then exchange rates were little fairly close but still a lot of money they did pretty good raising some funds for this Wolf couch the log line this is no kind of speaks to the movie it's not unusual for alcohol call a cop Lou to blackout and wake up in unfamiliar surroundings but lately things have taken a turn for the strange and Hairy Wolf Cop is the story of one man it's quest to become a better man one transformation at a time so deep is an awesome so deep love it well let's roll in two the joy that his wolf cop I level of cop it is so good you know it is a B. movie but this yeah we have a love for this I genuinely genuinely like it a lot of the movies that we watch that our viewers a I watched it 'cause it's fun to watch them and everything but I don't like genuinely liked them as a movie you know what I mean right and you know and that's the thing we talk about movies and we're going to be talking about more movies each week and then they have an earnest effort all of them most welcome Oh must of them have an earnest effort which which is some some folks who have some skills and WanNa make a movie and they do it the the money and they do it the results vary there's a difference between a B. movie that you watch one time and then be movie that you watch and you're like oh I could watch this again and again and again and this is when I could watch again and again and again in a couple of times that's true you know it was a surprise to because what we do is we we pick movie yes we and we deliberately go for the ones that look so be movie there's just no mistaking we don't have any expectation of the quality and you know we just WanNa have fun and that's like ninety percent of the movies and and we'll talk about these kinds of concepts more at the end and and through each episode a movie is supposed to be entertaining and fun and we just had a discussion about how to many people are trying Oh hard to make that Oscar winner to make that movie that has some sort of social statement in they almost always fall short and forget the fact that we go to the movies to be entertained it doesn't always it doesn't always have to be deep story it doesn't it doesn't always have to be heart wrenching it doesn't always have to hit home and you know I think that's where Hollywood kind of losing the audiences a little bit is the forgetting that you know just a a fun story right you know people people don't go to the marvel movies because they they wanNA really deep intense storyline they go to the movies to have fun they do these superhero with try they tried you know in in game it was a little heart wrenching because you saw the the character that we've spent multiple years right following and there's various but you know Tony Stark's passing spoiler sorry if you haven't seen a by now than I can't help it but yeah that's that's the whole thing is they they can have that impactful went but you know that's not what people are gonNA walk away carrying with it was a fun ride you know we have our own our own B with some of the stuff in there but that's another time yeah that's another time let's let's all cut let's talk about this wonderful wonderful film Wolf Cup yeah all right away bring us in yeah so this is a really great example of a movie that occurs you don't need an enormous budget you get budget but not a huge huge won a million dollars Canadian isn't that much money for a movie movie terms no no but he had good actors decent writing pretty good effect and the effects are pretty much all practical it just it's it's just fun from beginning to end and it doesn't have too many moments that are like really okay so we start out with Lou he's the he's right away you know he's the town drunk and also cop in this little tiny town he's late for work he's waking up next to a naked random woman clearly with a hangover and his first line I love this fuck me it sets the character straight it's with the audience yeah it sets the tone right away so he like dashes out of bed and pulls on his uniform and just before he pulls out of his driveway and car. He opens the door to vomit in his driveway yes so after that we've seen back out of the driveway and he's cruising through town driving sliding because it's winter gay they shot this in Regina Saskatchewan by the way mentioned many times by our wonderful Wade Wilson of deadpool so we see couple plot point setups and This I liked this because I mean this is what a movie does is it throws some things thought was lovely brings us all back around throughout the movie he does and that's what makes this a really good movie so either hanging banners and then we also he's listening to the radio and we get a little little bit of political information what's going on in town Mayor Bradley is being taken on by young challenger Terry Wallace and some Jabirjabir who's up for change you know the whole thing it's all change and everything right they also mentioned that there's like missing paths and that it might be this mythological town bear the did he even beast or something or other right and then just driving through town just casually watching a bunch of crime happened and not doing anything about it which is fun did he rolls past the Spray painter the vandals tag a building some people beating up a homeless guy he gets to the office and there's Tina who's like perpetually the employee of the month in fact there's a plaque with her name on it every single month for the year Deputy Team Yeah Tina and she tells him that the quote piggies have done another robbery or something and it's obviously Oh you go into this movie knowing it's Wolf Cop it's obviously set up for this like big bad wolf joke later on a so it gets to the station of course there's you know the chief is a little upset that he's laid and everything and a phone call comes in from were introduced to the name Willie Higgins who has apparently everybody's favorite at the station so lou is tasked with going to see what's up with Willie he finds really at a gun shop which I you know again was very there's a lot of rural purposefully rural statements there my fair or not what you know drinking shoot it's a small town the one store they gets mentioned over and over again is liquor doughnuts yeah liquor donuts yeah not liquor and donuts just liquor donuts and they do have liquor and donuts it's just wonderful so anyway he gets Willie at the gun shop and of course Willie we learn as a conspiracy theorist I like Willie right away he was yet genuinely the fun the first we'll Richard us to Tina she's a little bit dry and you think kind of all stuck up but you know also stick up her but also maybe she's had enough lose bullshit right right I mean you know she's employee of the month every month so the guys seriously has some issues we know he's a drinker all this so anyway willing they have to leave the gun shop because he doesn't want to be overheard and he takes Lou to go see some video that he caught in the forest and he mentioned this I was like Oh yes see because in the opening credits there's a bunch of shots that are eventually make sense figures yeah things and just anything maybe he's this is what we're going to see some of note is now now know what we see is video of a Pentagon am carved in the side of a tree right and Willie's face poking in making his comments so he he thinks that there's something up that they're satanists there's you know or cult worshippers or something going on damn kids in the forest not got proof you know and lose trying to tell him I love that and that actually makes a little right little sense later on so we have a little sense of foreshadowing yeah so then we had straight to a bar he's on duty of course yeah so he goes to a bar and we meet the bartender Jesse and Jesse's Bar your end she's the the quintessential hot girl of the town obviously and obviously love interest for Liu and they flirt a bit yes yes yeah she's she's dressed tips you know and and she sure does look like a bartender she she moves around that barley she has had all seven minutes a familiarising herself before this nothing genuine about her we're bartending skills so you know they're sitting in their doing their little flirty exchange and then in comes this what I can only identify as this quat heard he's supposed to be some criminal type we get and we never get his name that's judge and you know he looks like he's all five foot one I can say that condescendingly because I'm taller than five foot one squad towards appearance was solely to set the relationship because then off he goes and then we think we're going to get some more flirting because I was stuff but no incomes the new mayoral candidate Terry Wallace right with his crew in.

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