35 Burst results for "Third Year"
Gov. Ron DeSantis: Adding 87,000 IRS Agents Is Wrong
"A press conference today on the 87,000 more IRS agents And I want you to understand This is going to have a direct impact on each and every one of you It's not the first year second and third year Cut one go I think of all the things that have come out of Washington that have been outrageous This has got to be pretty close to the top And I think it was basically just a middle finger to the American public that this is what they think of you All these problems we have to deal with and they think the way is to do 87,000 IRS agents There's going to be more people in the IRS than a lot of these other agencies combine now They're not putting very much might down at the border I can tell you that right now but they want to be able to do it and unleash them on American taxpayers And so that's wrong Fortunately that's one of the reasons we don't have an income tax is because if you don't have an income tax you don't empower revenue agents Once you do that income tax that gives them the ability to really go in and potentially target And it's going to be targeted at people that the government doesn't like
AP-NORC poll: Many in US doubt their own impact on climate
"A new poll says many Americans don't think that what they do every day affects climate change The poll taken in June by The Associated Press and the north center for public affairs research says Americans are less concerned about how climate change might impact them personally than they were three years ago They're also less concerned about how their personal choices affect the climate like Indiana banker Desmond Adele We have economic problems We have social inequality problems I definitely think those are a higher priority Roughly two thirds of Americans who answered the polls say the federal government developed countries abroad and corporations and industries have a large responsibility to address climate change Donna water Washington
Ex-cop who stormed the Capitol on Jan. 6 sentenced to record-tying 7 years in prison
"Duty Virginia police officer who stormed the U.S. capitol with a fellow officer has been sentenced to more than 7 years in prison I Norman hall former Rocky Mount Virginia police sergeant Thomas Robertson didn't speak in court in Washington before federal judge Christopher Cooper sentenced him to 7 years and three months in prison He also faces three years of supervised release after his prison term Roberson gets credit for the 13 months he's already been jailed Robertson traveled to Washington on the morning of January 6th with another off duty rocky mouth police officer Jacob fracker and a third man a neighbor who wasn't charged in the case Fracker pleaded guilty and as to be sentenced next Tuesday Norman hall Washington
Eric Trump: When Will Enough Be Enough?
"For example, last night on Sean Hannity's show on Fox News channel, president Trump's son Eric was with the 45th president in New York City. In fact, it was Eric who got the call that there's an FBI guy with a machine gun at the gate of Mar-a-Lago. There are 30 FBI agents. They've just cracked into a safe that it turns out was allegedly empty and they're carting away boxes and boxes of documents. And I wanted to pay close attention to what Eric Trump had to say to Sean last night on Fox News channel. What could they possibly think existed? Inside of Mar-a-Lago in a box that was taken from The White House that was so damaging that the FBI director and the attorney general of the United States would have to raid a former president's residence and grab everything out of there because that doesn't make sense. What could what secret document could possibly rise to that level? I don't know, they'll probably find a note for me telling him how proud I am of him and what a great job he was doing as president. They might find some pictures of my kids, maybe some nice headlines, maybe a nice note from you Sean. It's insane. How many times can you cry wolf? I mean, the FBI dragged this whole country through hell for three years based on lies and deceit and dirty dossiers and fisa warrants and everything else, right? And everything proved to be incorrect, fraudulent, made up and absolute sham, they dragged this country through hell, and here they are again, rating the guy's house. I mean, when do you give up? When do you say enough's enough?
McKenzie's 8 Ks, Maile's HR puts Guardians over Astros 1-0
"Tristan McKenzie and the guardians beat the Astros one zero to earn a split of their four game series Mackenzie held Houston at two hits while striking out 8 over 8 innings He retired 15 straight before pinch hitter Kyle Tucker walked with one out in the 8th Mackenzie ended that inning and his start by getting Jose Altuve to ground into a double play Luke melee homered for the first time in three years putting Cleveland ahead in the 5th inning It came off Christian Javier who allowed 5 other hits in 6 innings A manual class a work the 9th for his 24th save I'm Dave ferry
Sebastian Welcomes Rep. Dan Bishop to the Show
"Are delighted to have him with us, representing the 9th congressional district of North Carolina, congressman Dan bishop, welcome to America first. Thank you, doctor gorka. Really great to be with you. All right, so I want everybody to watch the full back and forth where this person refuses to answer questions as the person who is in charge of these operations. Let me ask the question that I posited in the introduction, what is beyond showing these people up for who they are as corrupt, what is the difference that you can make with these testimonies? Do we have to wait for the midterms? And what's going to change them congressman bishop? Well, it's very fair question. Doctor gorka, and I've gotten to some people said really great job. You just gave me kudos in your intro. I really didn't do that great of a job to be honest with you. You did your job, which is more than most. Well, but that's the thing, is it's only a start. I think the enthusiastic response to this is because people are so fed up and so anxious for something to change and yet, you know, all he had to say was, well, that case is still active. Therefore, I can't answer a single thing. And he said it over and over again, but it putting those questions out there at least gets it on the table. And they know that the American people are paying attention to it and are aware of it. I haven't been in the majority as doctor Gordon. There are three years and we'll see. I'm told, you know, I'm digging into what the oversight process allows us to do. I think we can haul people like that into depositions and we can actually spend enough time to get actual answers and we can force them to answer us. But it's a slow process. I don't know that I've got the full answer there. You probably know more than I do given your experiences. All I know is you got to have, you got to be fighting mad about it. You got to be ready to go.
Kentucky man admits to coronavirus loan fraud scheme
"A Kentucky man is sentenced to almost three years in prison for a COVID relief loan scam David Christopher Lewis will also have to pay full restitution for using false pretenses to accept $370,000 in paycheck protection loans under a federal COVID assistance program The government forgives those loans if the money is used for payroll rent or other approved expenses In his plea agreement Lewis admitted to submitting fraudulent applications in 2020 for the loans on behalf of businesses related to a Comic-Con style event that he'd organized in previous years and about employment and payroll records I'm Julie Walker
Is Sesame Place Full of Racists?
"Then I went and looked at some more videos of the crazy shit that these Muppets pull at sesame place. One Muppet, by the way, sesame place is owned and operated by the people at sea world, one Muppet kept bumping into a tiny two and three year old girl. She could not have been more than three years old. This costume character had a protruding belly and this person was just, you know, bumping the kid with the belly, and of course the kid falls over backwards and fell very awkwardly and began to cry. Naturally in this day and age, the little girl's parents got themselves a lawyer and filed a suit for millions of dollars class action suit 25 million bucks to be exact. And the suit was filed on behalf of Quentin burns and his child Kennedy burns. And they're going right for the pockets of SeaWorld parks, the owner of sesame place for pervasive and appalling race discrimination. And it doesn't just have to do with rosita. Oh no, no. Also, Elmo, Ernie, Kelly monster, and Abby cadabby. You know, the usual suspects, they're on the line too. They, the parents say they allegedly refused to interact with Kennedy and other black guests. Now, I can vouch for rosita. Telly monster or Abby cadabby, but I never thought I'd see today that Elmo and Ernie stoop that low. They don't appear to be those kind of people. But the class action suit basically says that quote SeaWorld's performance readily engaged with numerous similarly situated white customers and the employees involved were also listed as defendants in the lawsuit. Doesn't specify the race of the sesame place people in the costumes who, as I've said, allegedly have a history of questionable behavior. Now that I looked at other videos, quote SeaWorld had actual knowledge that John Doe's one through four held personal beliefs of racial bias towards black people and that John Doe's one through four had the propensity to discriminate against black people based on their race or color. I don't think you need to race their color pot. You're saying black people we get that it's race and color. Motivated, so to speak, why would SeaWorld have knowledge that these four people have personal beliefs of racial bias toward black people? That's a little bit crazy.
Supreme Court Political Hackery Revealed in Sam Alito's Rome Speech
"This political hacked Ness goes all the way up to the Supreme Court. I guess there's a new low, but Sam Alito is she wrote about Sam Alito went to Rome to correct some jokes after overturning roe. He said apparently Sam Alito went to Rome and let his free flag by guaranteeing he is now known internationally as a head. Yeah, this is him. Here we go. I had the honor, this term of writing, I think, the only Supreme Court decision in the history of that institution that has been lambasted by a whole string One of these was former prime minister Boris Johnson. But he paid the price, what really wounded me was when the Duke of Sussex addressed the United Nations and seemed to compare the decision whose name may not be spoken with the Russian attack on Ukraine. Wow. The crisis test has Boris Johnson and Trudeau. I mean, now he's admitting it. I mean, it's out in the open now. You've got a Supreme Court, the majority of whom are conservative hacks. Right. And we'll deliver for all the people who and Sheldon White House is right about this and he's been right about this for three years now. He's delivering for their donors the same way a congressman would.
Liz Cheney Has Done Us Dirty!
"To this is the most amazing thing. I just love seeing people's reaction to this. One of the greatest pieces of cable television I've seen. In quite some time. We'll start with cut 11. Are you planning to vote for Liz Cheney? In our class? Hell no. Are you planning to support Liz Cheney? Absolutely not. What are your thoughts about Liz Cheney running for a fourth term? Personally, I think she said for three too many. Keep in mind, in 2020, Donald Trump won about 70% of the vote in Wyoming. So Liz Cheney's work on the January 6th investigation isn't playing so well with many Wyoming voters. She's done us dirty. That's great. You're not wrong. That might be the best TV of the last three years. It gets better. She's done it dirty. That should be a billboard that we should put in downtown Cheyenne. I love it. She's done us dirty. That actually you know what? That's a great idea. We should just put it next to Cheney's house that she doesn't live in. Continue cut 23. Here in Cheyenne, more than 1600 miles from Washington, D.C., almost everyone we spoke with told us they believe Liz Cheney is too focused on Donald Trump and the January 6th committee and not paying enough attention to what they believe matters to the people here in Wyoming. She doesn't know what her constituent constituents want here anymore because she's lost touch with the values of the people. I don't feel like she supports her people here in Wyoming anymore. The things that she's voting for don't really reflect what the people here in Wyoming feel. Cash. I'm semi speechless. I mean, that is absolutely amazing. And look, Liz Cheney probably knows she's going to lose because she's going to run for president.
The latest in sports
"AP sports I'm Dave fairy Yankees outfielder Aaron judge has become the second fastest player with 200 career home runs as he smacked his major league leading 42nd of the season in an 8 two pounding of the royals only Philadelphia's Ryan Howard has done it faster Judge is batting four 47 with 9 home runs in 21 RBIs in ten games since the all star break White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson was hit with a three game suspension and fine for making contact with an umpire on Friday Anderson played on Saturday after appealing the penalty Novak Djokovic is holding out hope that he'll be able to compete in the U.S. open despite not being vaccinated against the coronavirus The 21 time Grand Slam champion says on social media that he's been training as if he'll play it flushing Meadows Tony finau shot a 7 under 65 to match Taylor pendrith at 21 under through three rounds of the rocket mortgage classic Phenol is trying to become the first to win consecutive regular season tournaments in three years And Henrik stenson is the leader at the live event in New Jersey three shots ahead of Dustin Johnson I'm Dave ferry AP sports
Sebastian Welcomes Captain Henry Hendrix (Ret.) to the Show
"End studio captain Henry J Jerry Hendricks, U.S. Navy retired. Welcome in studio. It's a pleasure to be here. Thank you for having me, doctor gorka. So we had a super fun discussion. I think we bought everybody around us because we got into the nitty Gritty of national defense, the navy personnel, very, very rapidly at this little soiree. Tell our audience, who you are, what's your background and what you have done in and out of uniform to serve this nation? Well, I joined the navy in 1988 out of an ROTC scholarship at Purdue. I served in the P three community doing maritime patrol and reconnaissance. I flew in Saudi Arabia during desert storm. I flew over Yugoslavia during the 1990s doing maritime surveillance over land doing ISR. And then 9 11 occurred. I was actually here in Washington, D.C. serving with the chief of naval operations staff when 9 11 occurred. I knew a number of shipmates who were killed in The Pentagon. My career sort of changed to strategy after that. So I went back and got a master's in diplomatic history, became a strategist largely worked for Andy Marshall in the office of net assessment. Yoda. Yes, and it's a great pleasure and honor to work for that man. Ended up working for the secretary of the navy as the director of his advisory panel and then finally, because no good deed goes unpunished, I served out my last three years as director of naval history since they figured out I had a PhD. And then I retired and I worked in a think tank as ahead of a defense program and now I work as a consultant and also with the sagamore institute of think tank in Indianapolis, Indiana. All right,
Cop Charged With Felony Battery for Grabbing Female Officer by Throat
"Another thing I want to touch on is this police getting charged. I spoke about it before, but I just made a video on my YouTube about it. The police officer out there in Florida who was on video yelling at a subject in the back of a patrol car, then a female officer grabbed him by the belt, pulled him, and then he turned around and pushed her, his hand, grazed her neck, and all the reports were saying he choked her, I just, I'm having a problem finding that that makes sense to charge the sergeant with pushing an officer after the officer pulled him and almost made him fall over because of she perceived that he went too far. When there is no law against what the sergeant did, he didn't touch the guy, all he had was harsh words. That's not against the law to have harsh words for somebody. It's not a violated violation of somebody, somebody's constitutional rights, if they're under arrest and a person has harsh words for them. And say, if you hurt any one of my officers, I'm going to take your soul. It's pretty much what he said. That's not against the law to say that. Somebody may believe that it's improper. But as a officer with three years on a police department, you go and grab your sergeant and pull him in, almost make him fall on the ground. To me, you are out of bounds. If the man, if the officer was assaulting this guy, then I have a different tune. But nobody touched his officership, you, you ran from third base to the home plate just to pull his officer pull his sergeant out of the back of that patrol car. But when the sergeant wasn't there, you wouldn't even touch the suspect to get him in the car. But you're willing to grab the police, your police sergeant but you won't touch the suspect.
Ari Fleischer: The Media Is Dividing Americans, Unfair to Republicans
"Don't you think Ari this really makes him look not only ridiculous but at a touch I mean you know as well as anyone that politics is obviously a kitchen table issue All politics eventually are local And when you get an issue like inflation where you're going to the gas pump and you actually see the price doesn't it look kind of ridiculous to say well it's really not that bad and things are going to turn around tomorrow and make you look kind of elitist and snobbish Yeah What they're saying is people can only afford to fill half their tank and they're cutting back and they know they're not going to be able to take a vacation this year and the cost of milk the cost of heating your home because of cooling your home All of it is making you a witch end They're saying those people don't matter We don't see those people Everything is fine because we have to get our boss reelected Joe Biden wants to run again That's the common politician Stan They make it all about themselves instead of about the country And Biden's policies have dug the ditch that Biden is now stuck in And part of what the reason I wrote this book is because I'm so sick and tired of a media that gives it to one side the Republican side particularly the Trump side and gives mostly a pass to the democratic side What really got me fired up to write this book was watching three years of coverage about collusion and Steele dossier and any anonymous low level anybody official in the Trump administration if they said anything that was anti Trump the press gave it a bump made a senior White House official and they did everything in their power to take Trump down And as much as you know this about me I will call balls and strikes there are things the president did I agree with things like disagree with I'm blowing the whistle on the media because they are driving this country a part that polarizing us and they are totally unfair to Republicans and especially to Donald Trump
The Left Wants to Remove Your Right to Raise Your Children
"Been running for a very long time that left wing jurisdictions are going to make it unbelievably difficult to raise your children. That there will come a point where all your kid has to do is mention, for example, that they disagree with you about same sex marriage or about transgenderism. And the process will begin, whereby you're removed from your child. It's going to make it impossible for religious parents to send their kids to religious day school. It's going to be impossible for parents to raise their kids in traditional way. Even in non traditional ways, as it turns out, there's an amazing story by Kelsey bollard from a friend of the program over at the independent women's forum that is well worthy of coverage because this is the direction in which the left would like to see the country move. They've already done this in places like Canada where they've made it illegal for you to tell your boy that he is in fact a boy if your boy says that he is a girl. So here's Kelsey reporting quote Jeanette Cooper never imagined she'd lose custody of her child. The 44 year old lifelong educator always considered herself a loving and responsible mother to her daughter, Sophia. But when at age 12, if he has suddenly claimed to be transgender, Jeanette was skeptical. Sophia had never exhibited signs of gender dysphoria. In fact, Sophia exhibited many more traditionally feminine behaviors and preferences than Jeanette ever had. To Jeanette, it didn't make sense. But Sophia insisted, not only she was trans, but that she was unsafe around Jeanette. What followed was an almost kafkaesque series of court proceedings and therapy sessions in which Jeanette's ex-husband's lawyers therapists and other individuals and institutions, supposedly concerned with Sofia's best interests, worked to erode Jeanne's most basic parenting rights, nearly three years later, Jeanette can't even visit the daughter she loves. She lives less than ten minutes away, but can only communicate with Sofia by the mail. All because she says Sophia is a girl. So what exactly is the story here? Well, it turns out that Jeanette is not exactly a traditional Christian mom. A Jeanette shaves half her hair, but not her legs, often doesn't wear bras, purchases clothing, regardless of whether they're in the men's or women's department. She jokes that if you subscribe to traditional gender stereotypes, she's the one people would think his trans. But that's precisely how Jeanette raised her daughter outside the confines of traditional sex stereotypes, which mistake number one. But she says, quote, I don't think there are any bounds on what it means to be a female other than to exist in a female body. There's nothing I have to do to become female. I simply am. Okay, well, this happens to be biologically accurate. She considers herself a radical feminist as Jeanette. She has voted Democrat in every election since she was 18. When addressing the discrepancy between her political beliefs and her views on sex and gender ideology, she has said, quote, the difference between libertarianism and anarchy is a fine line.
Metcalf agrees to 3-year, $72 million extension with Seahawks
"Two people with knowledge of the deal tell The Associated Press that the Seahawks are expected to sign Metcalf to a three year extension worth up to $72 million ESPN first reported the deal which includes $58 million guaranteed and runs through 2025 Metcalf made 912,000 last season a year in which he had 75 receptions and a career high 12 touchdown catches despite playing through a foot injury He's entering the final year of his rookie contract The deal puts Metcalf in camp after missing two days of on field work
As We Predicted for Months on This Show, Crashflation Is Here
"Now heading towards a sequence of economic decisions of which many of you, young people, many students out there that are watching have never lived through. Now this will be completely different in my personal opinion than the 2008 financial crisis. The 2008 financial crisis was sudden. It was a shock to the system. I believe this will be a slow motion car crash. A series of bad news day after day, month after month, when after 6 or 9 months to say how the heck did we end up here? Former economic adviser Larry summer says there's a greater risk of stagflation which we call crash for some number of years than the market is currently discounting. Someone asked me the day, Charlie, how long is this going to take? I said it could take two to three years. You don't spend $7 trillion that you do not have on top of the $4.4 trillion. We're already spending from the federal government locked down an entire society inject it back into the country and act as if everything's going to be fine. You want to know why Bill Gates is buying farmland because he knows that when things fall apart, it's the only thing you're going to have left. Play
West Virginia State Senator Patricia Rucker's Fight for School Choice
"West Virginia has been very late to the discussion of reform of education and school choice. So until I was education share three years ago, there was zero. Absolutely zero. So we had this little thing called a teacher strike. You may have heard of it. And that was because we proposed to build that would introduce just a tiniest bit of school choice, open enrollment, charter schools, and a very small limited ESA. Explain the essay for saving the company. Exactly. Education savings account, which is where the money goes into an account that the parent can basically use to educate the child. It is the free use of all the school choice because it can reuse anywhere. So that little Bill cost a teacher strike and it was really sad it died during the legislative session, but the governor still wanted us to give the teachers the race that he had promised them. And we, in the Senate, said, nope, they killed that Bill. If we don't get school choice, we're not giving them a raise, and we held firm. So that at the end of the session, he agreed to our terms which was to have a special session just for school choice, and at that special session, we finally got charter schools and open enrollment, but the education savings account did not survive. And when it didn't survive, I basically, I guess you'd say I threw the gottman down. I said, well, they better get me out of office because if I get reelected in 2020, I will make certain I introduce the most broad education savings account possible. And sure enough, they did everything they could. I bet you the teachers union did everything in California. You had to walk around and your face would have been on billboard. Stop this killer of education. They would have called you every name in the book. There was a very significant amount of money spent against me and ads and no one had seen that kind of mailers. In my district for a very long time. But I succeeded.
"third year" Discussed on Sake On Air
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"third year" Discussed on Sake On Air
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It is probably going to be looked at as outdated twenty years down the road. Anyway look at a lot of the wine on stuff now pretty much all these systems. They made sense at the time that they put them together. None of them are inherently bad in and of themselves they were born at a certain time to phillies certain amongst the witness assert circumstance. But that conditionally to explain that and understand. There's this yard where there's a big question mark lots known for us here in japan cuts outside. That's an and the ad the whole point. That was maybe to give bigger identity outside japan as well by this year saying this second is produced in japan as neon share and saka which is purchased as of side of japan. As as japanese-style socket is seen this one. I'm not gonna mean the burri. There is one that is now selling sake in america a may according to what is it. It's made in america but it's made by a japanese Ma so they see they see that because it's a japanese brewing also tops and suggestions and delivering any sort itself out prize if he gets. But it's interesting denise second in japan's language sparta luquillo. You're either the food and it's going to be hard to say that second use in the. Koa is sorry. Second producing japan is part of the french cuisine. But if you think a little bit. I mean why not why would a. Why would a french seki not become part of critical zealand was not originally a wine producing straight. But it makes some pretty damn good pena. Noir knows I think that this is just about a little bit of brain shift does well. It's i really i mean. And and some of the one of them weaned to together justin while ago is really cracking Thinking about record food catch End so why else. In france as well. Why not stink or protect ourselves in korea in an era sorry where luke luke boots optical that has been a day a really great resources. That sackett brewers have which knowledge and that is something that needs to be detected in tunes that is a an incredible resist Which can also be used and exported and companies are now. Much knowledge can be in. Tim's developing knowledge in a winning like adult technical dunes kamenge. Yeah it could. But i think that we're offering a bit of a tangible. It's kind of interesting to me if somebody start talking to will but by her way now but in order to actually implement it one thing in because i spend time with a lot of us. Bruce is that the one thing they don't they need to be able to get better equipment right so in japan you can buy costa a used something like that right. Used food area used jabir. Does something like that because gazillion floating around the markets right. And when you give you instruction book you can read it right. The us have got a jury richest about everything. And i've seen so many brewers over there. It's like lucio in other words an steaming property but they can't really good horse so the the guy gets iago. Here's i needed to post game. Doesn't apply apply niagara my my my idea of knowledge. Nar how you give that kind of. What if i took about giving knowledge. It's not just like how you do at eight a big at site. You're going to need this. This is how we're going to need to develop this part of the industry and this missile started with distribution and things like that as opposed to not just distribution. It's all side dislike. That know how how to. You've got to have the equipment hell to make that equipment have rutland. Even if you don't have the equipment could still provide. Here's what it should look like your. Here's here's the characteristic so it has to be. It's it's a two pronged approach prisoners to bring It's a deep dive. And it's just an it hasn't been developed on a collective centers said that knowledge.
"third year" Discussed on Sake On Air
"Table understand could occupy could on that very point could okay d. c. is the best selling so to independence a sweet potato made with black koji in In miano joel which is just to the northeast of kitty. Shima in southern la. I think it's just because of the consistency and how it's a. It's a black sweet potato. Showed you that. It's very it's annually. Approachable they make it at such scale. Seen as such makes me think of that coaching this is made with bet. Coach is yeah. It's got that that. Mary like juiciest. in a good way and it's and it's and it's really really affordable. Yeah what a lot of them and this is what's hot breaking. It's insanely affordable question from. This question comes from thinking. yes Why do you guys think show chew is so poorly known even pet brackets when it is so good. It feels like a market waiting to explode a. He's corrected story. I mean known to an innocent international audits. Yeah well yeah exactly yeah. That's a rhetorical question. I it's it's like the i guess at. We're not communicating to the end consumer and a way that is a fictive lay activating interest in purchasers. That's on us. That's not on the inconceiva- instead but that's not on the brewery. That's on the people who are in the distribution china the education change in the restaurant world but to be honest i think it's distribution. Though the people that are take responsibility for representing those brands domestically internationally maidment. You've got to make sure that the incan sima understands the charm and beauty. And what makes that showed what message gray. The bra also needs to be part of that of providing the information the transparent say to everyone The knowledge and the know how it's it's the in consumer is does isn't being activated right. Even you look at soccer have even some level of a concentrated effort at all. There's really only goes back. What properly years or so maybe right whereas coach you probably know being certain paying attention until there was a couple of booms here a couple of peace here which is yard looking into the early two thousands and whatnot so by the time anybody picks up on that and goes on. Gosh maybe we can do something like this. It's already only ten years ago so like have any sort of real concentrated effort where people can get behind it. It's like super korean. So so mrs a question or one of guests of the program okay robin. He's asking us about the. Jags really strong. How long have you. i think it's a fantastic marketing. I also think it's very very good. Forty image of and they are wise to have started it. but i think it's got limits and the reason it has limits is because suck is vague and i think for the system. You need something that says. Okay you can only make sock just like this all right whatever. The product is be cheese. Byu whatever you can only make this just like this right here for these reasons. Yeah i mean it's based on the the. Do say the they say which are not faultless. Systems. there are systemic problems with the systems. Why would fear. Want to replicate Something in the world which is a great a great idea fundamentally. It's a great idea that we all want to promote regional things says but if it's there as systemic issues with those original structures that it's being mitigated on wh- are we moving forward and vitaminized spacing on either on the right sometimes. Nobleman is the can be used about. We have base. yeah. I don't. I don't really think it's the stomach. I think before that there's going to be a bigger problem with the run up. Run up against very quick and most of the time most of the time they say okay you you do have to use ken side by rice from scratch. Most of the tackles. I think what is twenty ad ones right now. I think all of them. But in any event i think the problem is the way they do. It is when they apply they okay. This is what socrates. Cyclic food like delicate. They're gonna run out. Descriptors really quickly reasons so so i mean systemic problems are also there but we want to call it this this and this. That was taking three three prefectures ago. I just feel like it's just going to ban your bureaucratic nightmare as well produces gonna have any freedom to just is. You're right and i think it gets even deeper because once they have it. I mean not. Every producer has to make make any right and with any producer. Nobody's making all gi certified products stickers. Yeah what was it. Conforms to the committee to right. I mean and so and so. It's it's that restricting. In that way. But i think is it really worth it to go through all the paperwork bending over backwards on its up eventually gonna say i think some areas have a particular walter souls which which is not possible to tap into anywhere else apart back during small particular area. I'm thinking of probably somewhere like biking to have a.
"third year" Discussed on Sake On Air
"That is paying for may. Another thing that's reinforced. What good hundreds of good simple well-made factor excetera from us and unfortunately it's way to the chain well it depends cadet. I mean we need to wait a minute i was. I mean the point though is going to make would would suppose sakes so. Yeah yeah we needed to be more expensive. So the bruce making big money. I mean of course once it gets to you have. It's not at all right. I mean that's that's a. that's a. That's something that we can't control. But i think that it's domestically brewers nate to be receiving a little bit more from the mac credible craftsmanship. They've put into up to standard product. So that that's may weinrich done and big stage the city. You are joins us now. Things moving average action today. Ladies and gentlemen allow me to mention our our our out braise our communication our openings tiki sunday plays introduce yourself to all about lands. Yeah i guess we could deduction already vicuna cuny session rights so yeah. I just threw thinks behind the screen. I interact with the audience and yet been trying to fix the video. Sorry for everybody if you couldn't see as our heroes. We had a few technical problems but we should be okay now so i'm very excited. Well sh- the one that makes us look good. I'm just bad. Cubits really important thing that cindy does for us is that she is creating ways for us to interact with year more smoothly to hear what your feedback decades and to take that information and put it into our planning and our programming so that we can provide us with what you need and what you're wanting to listen to because it's great to have this incredible platform and thanks to jay says To talk about socket showed to our monday Our experiences was gung on the industry. What's happening outside of japan. That if we're not listening to your and providing you the content that you're really wanting to here we're just whistling dixie. Tonight that up saving if that an expedition. I'm going to switch it. Uses executive was originally used close enough for government work but both them inside. This is actually the first time. That i've met cindy and facing because united lockdown restrictions. We've never actually been able to dan this close to each other and i haven't seen you for dinner. Low talamo. Don't know how long things i'm kind of curious about is like during this past year. 'cause i'm an wiccan. A second company. And i just told you we do regular tastings. I'm i socket every day from World for around the country as you do so. I have every opportunity every day cycle. Which i'm not grateful but i mean how are you experiencing second over the last year just like going to shop buying it. How you exit in socket. Yeah i'm i think some people might not. I travel like pretty much all the time. So i don't have all buying botha's Difficult when you live hotel because they have a tiny furniture so it's like how much is actually fit into it with the restrictions on restaurants. I think it might consciousness in terms of mingling and and going out. I think i've just been a little bit on the safe side. So i fight things as them. So i certainly had 'em johnson Try soccer not as much as i might have wanted to. But i think that's hopefully you're all going to change non-annex couple of months. Some looking forward to seeing more drinking at work. John help. I mean you have amazing. Channels that no sir same. John wakeup alarm saint john's shut your phone off too late. Was that way yet. You've been traveling and you've been doing defensively obviously in japan. Evs back. I've got i've got this. It's called the wine cruiser ers wine suitcase. It's the guy could force six hundred twelve. It is it's really it's eight bottles. And every time i come and go by white cubs go bring back plenty of and i've got access to it in ohio to use you. Bring back enough to steve me. Off like bekker's restrictions but alka pretty what they don't want you to do is to not claim it right so you've just gonna declare declare if you do that you know. It's kind of vague. It is because i'm not sure monetary value or value. And i asked once guys answer was. I think you're gonna be okay. Clear answer but i've never been stopped. I always declare it last. My wife came to. She had like seven five bottles. Nokia like twelve bucks and the guy looked like it would be like a dollar seventy two so just gawk. Run the numbers calculus. But it's it's almost nothing if they do charge and rarely do that. Just like get out of your a just declare it yes. I would say that. If you're going to any trade from japan with saturday Maitree do your homework on what they tarasov the restriction because if you go for example to country like south korea you're not gonna be of that's fine. Just pay one bill twenty. You're not going to be having that experience. May i've done. It makes you do your weight to the duncan shop. The matzec presently surprised that. It's not as as as high as you did. Yeah the us is not high at all just every.
"third year" Discussed on Sake On Air
"Now. Just take off the you know the brakes. Just let it go wild. You know generally get you by support system even if you're not putting on a label. I know it's there. Tom what it is but the other thing is is that i think we need something to guide and i include myself at number consumers. People need to know. Why does this cost way. That's what might possibly taste and then people are focused. That i remember see pictures of big white lick numbers of the same boy in the bible. As if that's all you got to pay attention like but when people are still going to need something to know why is this. Three thousand fifteen hundred or possibly expectance. What is it contagious. Malek so we need something and word of mouth might be enough not. We need a clear value proposition for the ball. Right needs so Telling humus exactly why this particular value away to alternate ship. That leaves us. Good nothing to actually. It's like when we took away. The nova cubits saito that the tax pastes. Are you know they had some replace it. Something the white there was no way to the consumers to know why potatoes mall holds switcheroo time to switch switching to rights. I i'm sorry to interrupt the gracious name. I bunch selection of sack spas. I'm feeling a little bit getting a little bit sick. So keeping high out the thank you say much for supporting for the last three years next you amazing for clements and interaction. We hopefully making this program more And more of the context that you're wanting is giving value to you and your second and church in our muddy jenny's around the world so that being said you're having a very discussion it's calmed down. Some ice and tries i make she framing of show table. Which is Not like me. And i'll tell you about what i'm bringing to the table Do something different. Why not is a short. Should i two dougie brewery and yamagata. The maker of famous brand could die. This is a damn big tissue to search with behind Initially still lambeau pasta. It's a cup of hot sets tonight and twice. It's twice still use it and it is made from my diagnosis seconds. Yeah so it's that kind of waste not want not defend so anything. That's that slicked. not going to be. yes but anyway. How about the coach. Neither book it doesn't matter because it seems kinda what's the word citric meaning maybe white or black. Excuse it by munger. That stuff may status. Yeah yeah that's that's that's looking for trouble on the custody. Show is really an unsung camera. There's so little you can extract from the leads. So it's really it's a very vocal dominance gets me after he can take the issue I mean it's going to be a hybrid of various stuck accuster old much. Nice to get into the big risen jew of various yeasts samaria But yeah so as many of you. I am rhonda for jeon die overseas So this is something. That is not exploited. It's actually something which is only sold to be in japan It's not exported overseas. But i just such a great drinking show. Cheerios were smoothly enjoying a meal. That i just thought rather than bringing john died and will bring something. That's a little bit outside the box My favorite actually stand if lecture on my mind. But i wanted to ask you because you know we've been talking about over the last year. What happened for you and you know what your experience things have. Come out here the last year and i got back into addict tens. Oh never loved it. But yeah i'll bet she always a new subscribed to that it's disappear rice misconception that is often disseminated I i suck at it. I drank in that changed. My life was associated. Madden's took a bitch which is still in their line-up my sacred introduced to the students last week text and that was the second that blew my mind opened up my my brain to the incredible potential second and people always say to me. I don't know much about second. But i want something. That's a little bit fruity. That's and vets-go dry finish. And i will. How is hundreds and then i know. I don't want anything with the alcohol. You're listening to jobs or if you're looking for dry after the hunter is the one stout with especially as roma's our team as singing competition to bring to a morgan gingras style even the hundreds of You're getting a little bit in jail like a beautiful floral arrive on lighted palate in a nice clean finish. So if you're looking for dry stomach hundreds if you're white guy and the great about hundred is thanks very stable rank shores to and when you say you're not quite sure how your seconds giving to hit united Temperature control to be run. Sima huntersville has done in bay is going to be your thoroughbred. I would agree that it's going to be. That's that's very typical guy for hundreds of and actually during the and the pandemic when a lot of restaurants close at our company of aim doing tastings with ships and smelly as because the restaurant. And i've been so we kind of creating a tasting environment for shifts in somalia's To do the entire lineup of a brewery three buries the entire lineup and to taste it. Find out what they like. Radhika comments the feedback. Houston's on food hearings. It's really a neat king and brainstorming and information knowledge gathering citians what professionals when these no Live and the faith that we're getting in Everyone was choosing the hunt joesefa and a simple jinmei as the favorite because that's track that's professionals and that thinking about what should go but the state they're not thinking about this big or the story behind it it's really just about. This is going to make our food more delicious..
"third year" Discussed on Sake On Air
"Butt kicked off camera later So three years. Thank you for joining us. And sebastian is gonna join us right now and maybe you can tell us about what he just grew. Yeah good after good evening my email or should he have been booby kept my interest over the last two years difficult or the second mystery ease homage creativity within development and how despite the difficult economic growth economic environments breweries of investing their story and in the use of social yet to communicate the stories. Greenkeeper the products. So it's only one example. I brought today with our lots of them. But i'm actually quite excited to introduce this alpha eight second from movie. It's minka aristidis. That's the koji. Yes gorge was made from. Oh okay so there was. No bush ingles before the rice was used and while some second brood from gay mind before calculating koji iran and and they still use call because they could germany right. There could do actually germination the second that way but accused the coaching after. There'll be more research. But from what i understand from memphis is the owner of grew. Is that the right. Goes through a process equals amorphous where the rice is. She could up like for more process but they don't go as far as okay heating off. The rice is enough to start a change. In the molecular structure of starch of puddings of fads too low for could grow and then east side and so just things what is really interesting. He's i can't do that. Why it goes goes. I so not only are they. Not only are brewers innovating the releasing to giving people the information. Yeah telling us what they're doing here stood out and she's really. Yeah and it's just extinct. Speaks of my interest and yeah and how am i if you compare it to which is made with all your was a them and let it go that you could expect from from this but i think what we're discussing off-line before he's been in town. I mean it also said it looks like you said it's like a kind of eucalyptus eucalyptus to talk. I had nice dictation to just said the discovery crossing they took over the finish is really expand. Nazi and like it's continues to expand the year years. It doesn't it's a really long and really really clear and distinct almost an haute kind of flavor of love a good starting like in my sheets. They're not a lot of them. Is you know. This is a unicorn. Right and choose the same and they. They tend to be very grainy. Very nutty your asi absolutely is reloaded colorful in industry. I would say that there is no known. Basically the ratios is mostly evacuated still product that is little tropical little little grainy similar kind of documents especially especially but the recent coal for my industry and they and i like the way brewers taking risks raising new products. I mean you could have expected sakes being when they are conservative and try to your sales. It doesn't but soup. Lots of senior. Push bruce dickey wished and reading products which talk about an which are actually protest because the next step is move on two hundred percents see. This is hundred gucci. comic percent. Two hundred percent game is good making roy sniper. The time studied the tanks of the vice spiritualist. Okay it's ninety. The cats are league's your next your next now we go anyway tack. We've been yet we. We definitely need to cycle maps that we can get some flooded yankee freshman keep fresh faces coming in union. Thank you chris. Chris pratt so what did you bring to us. That has actually. I can talk about this.
"third year" Discussed on Radio Boston
"And carry it lasts. What does success this year. You know what our teachers administrator administrators saying. A successful school year looks like by the time. June rolls around. You know if you had asked me that back in april or may. Last school year. I would have said the metric of success might be how well school's caught kids from the previous year and a half of disruption and hybrid learning. But with this delta. Varian i i think how well district are keeping the disease from spreading out of control is going to be one of the biggest metrics of success this year in addition to howard catching kids up. I guess we're just adding to that on some things. We weren't expecting all that is. Wbz education reporter carry young. Carry great to have you. Thanks so much. Always happy to be here. Thanks you have come to know retired. Federal judge. nancy. Gertner here on the show over the years. We turn to her to help us. Come out all these legal and to be our guide through the morass that can sometimes be the criminal justice system. Well it turns out. She has been struggling with some legal demons herself. And she wound up turning to people sheet sentenced to help them out. She tells that story in her upcoming book. Incomplete sentences we caught up with judge gertner the other day and i began by asking her if by telling her own story. She's hoping to write some of the decisions she now feels were wrong. These are wrong. That i can't right because this was i write about the people i sent instead of seventeen year career but i think it was. I thought it was important. That people understood What these narratives were like who these people were and how little we paid attention to the details of their lives that i thought that that was important. We talk about criminal justice issues. Mass incarceration racial disparities. And we do all of that in the abstract. But we but. I wanted to describe concretely. What it's like to be a judge to sentence someone to a sentence which i believe to have been unfair and what that was like And what we can do about it now going forward and you felt it was unfair a lot of the time. Well i. i think it's fair to say. I visit judge from nineteen ninety four to twenty eleven and for half of that time even more than half that we had mandatory..
"third year" Discussed on The Dave Chang Show
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"third year" Discussed on The Dave Chang Show
"But that we just kind of barely get into that because again. There's so much to do what i came back to that. You know. i'm not writing a book. I'm not wikipedia. I'm just trying to figure out what makes this guy tick like what it's a psychological portrait. I just try to think of it as much as anything. Like i'm never gonna win trying to tell every story so let me just really trying to understand how this guy thinks in. That became my kind of north star. And i know you watch every single moment of his life that was captured on film. And the funny thing is like you. People watch even the edited stuff right. And i think people have this weird memory that tony bourdain was this a credibly charismatic telegenic perfect tv host. And just as world traveler knew how to do it all and had the perfect protocol for every place but if you watch the first sort of three years the first season especially it's incredibly bad. It's really bad as really really bad at it. What do you think you saw. That made him get better do you. That was just tony being hard on himself or was it just the reps. I mean i it was i mean. I think everything got better. She got better. He got more comfortable The camera were got better like less cheese. He like home movie. Like but i think is writing and his voice got stronger and stronger. And it's it's interesting. Because after he died they finished a few episodes of episodes. They had in that they had never finished. And there's no ration- in episodes and in watching them. I i kind of remarked to the producer of it. I said there. There's kind of a melancholia to to watching without his voice over all over them and they said if you actually go back and watch a lot of the episodes if you take out the voice over. It's there and i think that thing we don't really think about is how much that whole show rested on his point of view and his voice. I mean that was that is the show in many ways like yes. They're great scenes in great vigils but the reason people watched it is because they wanted to see what he thought of things or see. You know him react to something. That just can't be overstated. That was that was his thing. And i think his voice was the thing that eat his writer leave. I mean that was he was a storyteller and he always said that the the only label he'd liked was writer when people call him chef. He said it made him very uncomfortable because he hadn't been in a kitchen in years and that was not really when he to be known for he wanted to be known as a writer. I think first and foremost in. I think the writing the narration of their shows in the books or the things that he was proudest of well. I mean it's crazy. 'cause i kind of can't imagine your film without his voice present to write a place. The voice overplays such a huge role..
"third year" Discussed on Strawberry Letter
"Started as friends just like most couples do and we got closer. He told me that he didn't want anything serious but he enjoyed spending time with me. We started having sex a month after we met and at that time i was very busy at work and helping my sister with her new baby so was not ready for anything serious either then. My guy tore his acl and he needed something someone to help him out so he came to stay with me for a week. I was crazy about him so taking care of him came. Naturally whenever we're together and his phone rang he'd tell the caller he was with me and he called them back. This made me confident about the direction. Our relationship with going. In so. I never asked him if we were boyfriend slash girlfriend. After two years we were stuck together like glue. If you saw him you saw me. That all changed last week's when we double dated with one of my girlfriends and her fiancee's they got engaged recently and they are so in love. You can feel it. My friend asked my guy if he'd been thinking about marriage and my guys spoke up and embarrassed me so bad. He said we're not that serious yet. We're best friends and we love each other but we are not exclusive. I'm aware of our status. And i'm not pressuring him for a titled stupid and holding back tears. He says he does plan to get married. One day when the time is right. What i heard is that i'm not the one. Is he wasting my time or or is he dating others to get it out of his system before he proposes. I'm so confused. Okay come on now. I really do not want you to be confused right now. I don't want that. I need you to be good and woke okay because this man just told your good friend and you what he really thinks of you in no uncertain terms and you heard him tell them so please be clear he said you're not exclusive. You are not exclusive. Which means yes. He's seeing other people okay and that marriage will happen one day when the time is right. Well if it's marriage you want with him you can no longer sit back and allow him and him only to define this relationship. You have a say in this to your in your feelings matter And if you've changed and you want more you have to let him know it's been three years and after three years you should feel extremely comfortable in expressing yourself to him and with a lot of confidence i might add remember. He had no shame no trepidation when he spoke his mind. So your friends and you should do the same. You should do the same. Otherwise you could be spending another three years in this holding pattern of a relationship not know where it's going and i know you don't want that steve speak up girl. Well this letter you explain your situation therapy so what you want our advice for. I don't understand you thirty four. He's thirty nine. Call him mark significant other. He'll call you know. Call him man significant And then you justify because he has yet to define our relationship. 'cause you ain't defined do what. What do i know him do 'cause all throughout the letter he show you what he gonna do. Pretty much ain't about nothing. Well you say we started as friends just like most couples usually worse but okay as we got closer. He told me he didn't want anything serious did don't you typed is so. Obviously you heard it. He told jud heated won't nothing serious but he enjoys spending time with me. We started having sex a month after we met well. That's really enjoyed spending time. When i was here and our bad busy at work helping my sister were her new baby so i wouldn't really ready for anything serious. Eat well see you got into relationship like a lot of people do you. And you won't something but you're talking about you and you won't need well. It sound like that in the letter because all what you have to table crying poll lehto if you see them guy tore his acl and he needed someone to help him out so he came to stay with me for a week. I was crazy about taking care of them naturally so now where he needs you for convenience. He now he need a woman. Now see needn't unserious but that see that torn acl. That's a serious injuries. So now let me cozy own up to this girl. That i'm using and i'm gonna go stay at her house where we called this series now but many go. He told you won't see it. Would that injury to tighten them up so now he all right. I'll tell you the rest of them when we come back. You heard him. We'll have part. Two of steve's response coming up at twenty three minutes after the hour. Today's subject three years later. We're still fran will get back into it right after this. You're listening to morning show all right. Come on let's recap today's strawberry letter the subject three years later. We're still friends. Where lady it you dating a man you just free and you say like most couples then are y'all got close and he told you i don't want none serious. He told you then top of the letter but you said he enjoys spending time with me or you know 'cause right after that y'all see y'all start having to six nine a month after we met. I know going to hear. Willie join us time. Which now you was okay with that. You say because he was busy at work and he was helping your sister with a new baby. So i was not ready for anything serious. Either they would let us say 'cause you wrote in whole time in the letter you sound like us. Thank you to get serious. Well then you got to is. He needed somebody to help them out so he came to stay with me for weeks. Because you know why because there's a serious injury so now here's your house for a week. You loved it. 'cause you crazy about it just came naturally as adults with a lot of women because a lot of women are very nurturing by nature. Women are the best nurturers in the world. So you had a chance to take care of. Somebody's show him. How much love him in high seas you are why he had a serious injury girl. You making it happen. And he'll go to part then. I really want you tell so. Taking care of him came naturally whenever we were together and his phone rang he tells the call that he was with me and he called him back. This may be confident about the direction. Our relationship was going. Whoa so you're ignoring the fact that the phone rang. Go down that you take away with that. Was he tell everybody. i'm i'm with her. Call us that that gave you did girl you forgot. He told you this what none serious and based on the conversation he tell that to everybody so now when the girls do call him on. The phone didn't already told them they got torn. Aclu stay with his free. I with her right now. I'll call you back. And they cool with that. 'cause he don't told them they ain't got none but mostly he didn't told them you aclu's and if you don't think he told him that that's why he's so cool the answering his phone because why he got. He put his phone on vibrate of haisam he ain't got to. He can leave it open. 'cause you ain't serious. He told you that but he told by joost. so not. that made you confident about the direction. Your relationship going here. So i'd never asked him if we were born free girlfriend mistake. After two years we were stuck together like glue. If you saw him you saw me. Then i'll change last week. When we double date with one of my girlfriends and her fiance. They got engaged recently and they are so in love and you can feel it. My friend asked my guy he'd been thinking about marriage. My guys spoke up and embarrassed me so bad. He said he's not that we're not that serious yet. See his acl fixed. He told you two years ago he wasn't looking for them sees he said we're best friends and we love each other but we're not exclusive now. What affect that you cut. Would he'd been asking a phone houghton what he told my friend that i'm aware of our status and i'm not pressuring him four title. He told the truth. He told you he didn't walnut series. He ain't never gave you a title and you know you aware because he told you that. And you ain't precedent for title because you say back in atlanta. You ain't never asked him if he was born free girlfriend. You said that so you can't get mad at this guy in this letter at all. I sit there looking stupid and holding back tears. He said he does plan to get married. One day when the time is right what i heard is i'm not the one. Is he wasting my time. Or is he dating others to get out of his system before he promotes. Wait a minute what what do you get this stuff from that you keep reading entities. You said he dating others to get it out of his system. Before he proposes he thirty nine. What thirty nine lady. What do you mean he trying to get. This is system therefore he proposed never told you wanted to marry you. He's never mentioned marriage to you. You didn't even his girlfriend and he told it to you to your friends. Why are you still there. Hoping and waiting is beyond me. What are you waiting for lady. You know the answer to all of this. Stop reading more into something that eight. They're all you need to do is go into say i want a title. I won't know what his relationship is. Are we going to have to end it. Bath going over two girls called. Thank you post your comments on. Today's shrubbery lettered steve harvey fm and instagram and facebook. Check out the strawberry podcast on demand. Coming up at forty six minutes after the hour. What junior has a new poem for right after this father's day. You're listening to morning show. I come to dunkin for something. 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"third year" Discussed on The Flow Artists Podcast
"And we also got a very similar question from Nicole be so I shall play that now hi John Ron. It's Nicole from go slow yoga. Congratulations on three years of the phloem podcast such an amazing achievement and I love listening to every episode my question for you. Both given our latest lockdown and living and working from home experience. Melvin is how do you both negotiating manage your living in working and creating from home together all the time? What works and what are the challenges? Thanks very much and congratulations. Thank you for those lovely message is jacelyn, Nicole. So should I start sure I feel like with the garden of yoga business stuff. We just naturally have quite clearly defined roles because we have different schedules. So I don't feel like it's been too much of a challenge to negotiate who does wash and what happens cuz Ryan basically does all of the online and text stuff and I do a bit more of the teaching and a bit more of the customer service and kind of talking to people stuff and that's kind of evolved pretty organically like it was my business for like fifteen years and then it was really only when we renovated us studio and moved to the bigger space that runs started teaching classes and that's when we also got a much more elaborate website and booking system and now online video and things so I feel like I kind of do the stuff that I've always done and then we've just up leveled in terms of how technical how business is and that's all run. Thanks, Joe. Yeah, I mean I guess generally things go pretty smoothly. We're pretty relaxed with each other. But I guess often I have to sort of step back and realize that I don't always know what I'm doing and be a little bit more relaxed about things which I'm trying to do which might be a weird thing for a young age to decide but no, I I think generally generally we do pretty well when we come to a consensus pretty easily wouldn't when you say, I mean, we both have this like big it happens like several times a week..
"third year" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast
"Think Caleb Porter will do just fine in the second year as the manager of the crew FC Cincinnati well, hell was certainly real that first game giving up four goals to Columbus, but if you look at the crew what they did in the next two matches. Yeah I think that's a pretty good crew team whereas. For FC Cincinnati the did rebound, and they picked up a one nil win against Atlanta united, if see granite, yes, Atlanta had ten men on the field. You know getting a ride card. We'll do that combined or straight read, but hey, a will win is win and this sets up a very interesting. Match Tonight at eight PM Eastern, Cincinnati or FC Cincinnati we'll take on the New York Red Bulls formerly. The metrostars way back in the day. A Win FC. Cincinnati then and they'll move on to the round of sixteen. A tie well FC Cincinnati A. They should be, but there is a couple of situations that will give the nod to New York a loss that pretty much puts New York in because right now, New, York and Cincinnati. Record! And group eat. The, other teams that have clinched a spot in the round of sixteen, you have Orlando and Philadelphia and Grew Bay groups got San Jose and Seattle Group See Toronto FC a New England. Group D. Sporting Kansas City in right L. Salt Lake. Also looks like Minnesota. Modern clench does well. Keep in mind. FC Dallas a Nashville withdrew from the tournament. I thought Houston did too, but it's. Looks like they're not advancing group F. Again, Group D advancing is Sporting Kansas, city, rail, salt, Lake, and Minnesota Groupie Columbus right now, and that sex spot is up for grabs again. FC Cincinnati with a win or a draw or more likely advancing a win will definitely put them in. Group F Portland the former home of Caleb Porter and Los Angeles Football Club. And that's your look at the knockout stages. Last Day of the knock out. Stages will be tomorrow. And your final will be August eleventh at eight. It'll be on ESPN and tsn. Which I thought was like Toronto Sports Network. I think it's just the sports network. It's like ESPN Canada if you will semi I. Finals Begin August Fifth and. Quarterfinals Begin. July thirtieth round of sixteen will. Little bit later. July twenty fifth Orlando City will have the. Three CD. OF THAT GROUP some of the matches already determined. Philadelphia New England. And that's it. Why thank you the listener? Mean, throughout the three years, if I didn't have any listeners I, don't know you know if all was for naught, but yeah I appreciate all of you and I don't know what the future holds for this podcast I'll still continue on, but live streaming. I don't know quite yet. I mean it'd be nice to continue on that. Again I got a busy schedule. I did pre corona virus, but you go. If you want full me, I'm at the lead. wwl and pretty much everywhere. FACEBOOK, twitter, instagram, and you. The podcasts same platforms. Syndey Pod C. I N. D. Y. Peo- deed the leader dot. com My website go there for interesting stuff and the lead wwl dot com slash podcast. They press kit..
"third year" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast
"I have the play by play Voice of athletics at ince, you and Matt Sexton. He also coaches girls tennis at Lanchester. Ask Chris. Tilton. WHO's the first local pro county native? I got to interview. And that was a lot of fun. Just because that's where I'm from whilst Alex and he's from. X Ray Forget he's from he's. He's in trouble counting so. I got to interview Kevin O. Boyle. Who was my worker Dayton? Dragons and I release the episode. The day before he passed away in his sleep. I still heartbroken about it. I had to miss his funeral. He was a good friend and definitely. Great interview. With him got to interview one of my professors in college in a coach. Jim Brown he's the color commentator for right state basketball case didn't get to hear that interview. One of the very first assistant coaches. They hired a right state. When you know right state at the time was a branch campus of. MIAMI. Ben o'byrne he's the announcer for the Dayton dragons sally Taylor. She's a hockey. Mom and Co host of Living Dayton on wd, T N, also longtime news anchor. News reporter rather for W.. H. I., Oh, I remember watching her lot as a kid on TV. Dumb the Guzzler I mentioned him a couple of times. He's PA announcer for Gem City Roller Derby and I got an interview. Last Simon Reed. Who Owns New Star? Games Ltd.. Create the game retro? Bowl and it's still one of my favorite games that. I have on my phone at the moment, so definitely a lot of fun and man that interviews like wildfire. I think that's been one of my most. Two episodes so. Definitely more to come. Like I mentioned one interview. Some folks that are responsible for other stations. In Southwest Ohio that bring. Local sports to the folks There's the Butler county. Oh, I'm blanking at the wrong time. By the county high school. I have a feeling that's not right, but they do great work. CHATTERBOX SPORTS ESPN media of course I got to broadcast football and little soccer with last season. Hopefully I'll be back this year. That's me knocking on wood. If you can't hear it, but yeah, I got I got. Some loose plans in the mix. Why be back to livestream I I. I don't know I've been thinking about it. My big thing is with live streams I. Don't know I, feel like I. Sound like an idiot. Because I, feel like every ward has to be typed in or else I sound like complete buffoon. Whereas podcast you know with interviews it's it's about the guest and also. You know I do my best to get. More about them through, and of course, this podcast is always been about local since Dane sports spots that when change if I start to livestream. I like to but my schedule especially when we get sports back, it's How do we say in the trade very fluid because One week work like five games. We have one, but I don't know I mean I like to talk about it at least so maybe that'll be in the cards. Three years of this podcast it's been known. As the Jamil Queens crown than the Gemmill in Queens Crown Cincinnati Sports, podcasts, dating, or since nineteen sports podcast you. Listening to this podcast means a lot to me and you know just your listenership your friendship..
"third year" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast
"Slash podcast, then scroll down towards the bottom of the page. And I have links for all the guests actually I got double. Check that and make sure I do have all the links for that, but yet continuing on I interviewed Chick Lug with WHO's currently a sports talk hosts in Cincinnati and formerly the beat writer for the bengals Dayton Daily News. Don Helbig, who's been a voice of Cincinnati hockey for quite some time and also. Donna and I met with the Cincinnati Thunder when they played at South Metro Sports. He was the main broadcaster. I was the number two play by play, Guy and yeah. That was a lot of fun. I learned a lot from him and. It was cool to have junior hockey and get my first taste on that, because previously all been single a F. Ahl. Also interviewed someone from California and Darrow Trujilo. And he does his own thing. Out West, I do want to start having interviews over podcasters. It's just. I, don't know I don't have a good excuse on this, but that is in the cards as I'm sure this quarantines not gonna end for me Anytime Soon We have a couple of beat writers from Cincinnati Inquirer. Jelly, dermer atom bomb Brandon CEO at WWL WT, NBC, five and Cincinnati Jacob Weiss who broadcast for the Chile coffee paints have been one of my colleagues. If we had a prospect league season also longtime sports anchor in Dayton by Heart Sokha W. H. I.. O. J. D. Saba who broadcasts law Dayton hockey noun assistant coach with Detroit, Trojans, good bunch of trojans up there. They have Hobart arena as their home and they don't really have to share with anyone. By that I mean any other high school. 'cause choice kind of less. Hockey Highschool team into you up Finley. Also David Jabotinsky. WHO's the current beat writer for the Dayton flyers and diene also covers Wittenberg. Tigers Cincinnati. Reds I know he's excited with the reds, returning and also lsu. Jeremy Lance. He's Commissioner of Gotham soccer. He also sideline reports for w Moh Butler, county and Hamilton and also broadcasts law soccer in Cincinnati, and Dayton especially with these saints and Dynamo Greg Waddell. WHO's broadcasting for the Miami redhawks hockey team Stewart Mason. He owns his own business. megasports News Dot Com..
"third year" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast
"Need to buy right state mask. But that's that's another topic, are there? Someone made right state mask with the old rowdy row rowdy, Raider logo the Rowdy Road Rodeo but you get what I'm saying. And Yeah I liked that. So the. That's neither here, nor there let's get back. It looks like we might be heading to high school football, but if you look at other states, it's It doesn't look so sweet California. I believe said they're pushing the season back to September and now that won't work in Ohio I mean. Of course December will probably have you know. Temperatures reached the seventies again and then. January February comes a mountain of snow, falling down on the state, because of course that happens during hockey season, which is arguably my most busy season of the four. There's no offseason for me, but. I mean I I. Love the See High School football back here I. Love to be Back Broadcasting Loveland Tigers, football with ESP media because last year was a lot of fun. And I found out that my first loveland home game. They shoot off fireworks. Remember my reaction. I jumped like a foot on top of the press box. and. Might not be funny to you. You might think I'm just a big jerk or something like that, but it's funny to me, but. Yeah I I get to work in my. Dream City Cincinnati, broadcasting, high school football. and. My last high school football game before that was a couple years back so. Definitely I want see high school football back. How can you social distance well? I'm more on the side of the press box and really yet can't unless you have a Jain Norma's press box. What some schools do, but a lot of them don't. You can't have six feet apart. You gotTA scoreboard op. You've got someone that runs the play clock, which might be the same person, but normally there's two different people you statistician in there. You got the coaches, but normally they're in different rooms. Sure but. And don't forget the broadcasters, but luckily at love one more on top of the roof and I. Tell You I love that view at Loveland. You feel like you're in the middle of the forest, but yet you're only about a mile or so away from the busiest stretches of retail and road in Cincinnati, Mason Montgomery. Actually twenty two and three pretty busy, too, but that's not the point my point is. High School Football of course I. WanNa see it back, but. You have watched the players. And what if you have a school that decided now were not participating in fall sports because that was the whole thing. You know. We'll let the schools aside high school football. Ohio is big. It's one of the biggest states in the US of A. Of High School football me course you got California. Texas Florida like I mentioned but Ohio. Yeah, they can hold their own. There's some schools that have decided..
"third year" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast
"Although to be fair, there is there is a pair of high schools on state route five Oh three for where I'm from. That call themselves the panthers and one time where both twin valley! In fact, there's a fun historical story that If you lived in Lewisburg and one to play sports. You'd have to come down to west Alex. which that's not a big trip. That's about five miles. Of Curvy road. Of course you have to come down to west Alex to play and instead of Lewisburg now as Tricon, an orphan twin valley south, but they share similar colors. They share the panthers name, and they share being on five zero three. So. Personally you know dame changes. I think. If if they feel like you know, they're getting more in line I like that idea. But my big. Debate that liked to have his. Where does that stop? As you heard here Washington and Anson High School. They're changing their names. For the former team while NFL Washington I hope they pick red tails just because. That that does tie in of American history. The tuskegee airmen, that's the name of the plains, although I've seen, sentinels might be the way. Washington's going which I'll be fine with me. Is Unique. There are some schools that do have the name Redskins and. Have decided not to change its Fort Laramie up north. There's also Watkin Atta who got new logos very very recently. I think a couple years back a very sharp logos to very clean. The also have saint. Henri a big time, player in high school football in the area. And there's also another team and I'm. Failing to think what they are looking at Fort, Laramie and Saint Henri. When talks about this and I. Thought about on my head Watkin added was the one I miss, but I I feel like there's a fourth one and I just I can't think of it for the life of me. Now also in Ohio. There are schools that go by the Indians name You have nearby, Carlisle. You also have a seat. Avail in Greene County. You have North Western warriors. You have the Wayne Warriors. You Got Warriors. You Got Indians. Felt like the team that goes by try but I think I'm thinking of William and Mary. Since nine dating I know my geography. I mean. Personally I think you know enlightenment and knowledge is a great thing and I think if schools feel like they need to do this I'm I'm on board like to see what the new identity identities look like. Like I mentioned, I haven't heard any news about Anderson's new look or new name, but you can. Pretty much. Count on the fact that that's what I'm really. Looking forward to as well as news about high school football, returning which. Takes me into my next topic. Will we see sports again this fall?.
"third year" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast
"Time for Mallon's mailbag. It's sure is time for Mallon's mailbag. If you can send me questions and I catch him I will answer them live on this stream. If not, that's one seventy three will be four. So the first question, a god in Maui mailbag is from these sports stance. A shortened season. Do you think the reds have a legitimate shot to make the playoffs? Yes I do. There's actually two questions from the sports stance. Thank you very much folks, but yes, I do and I'll tell you why. That lineup that the redskin offering day in day out S- I. Think is fantastic, I think. If the redstone, start off with a big old cold streak like they did. Last year they went was one in eight. Yeah I think this reds team can compete and I think their offenses. Going to be fine in the NL Central, sorry, the central, because there's a l teams also there as well. Pitching wise starting pitchers I feel great about. I think they are going to be fine the starting five. Bullpen however. Well last. Year didn't start off to be. A crutch of the team but As the season wore on. The bullpen got gassed I. About that and I worry about you know some the arms. I coming in, I mean Pedro stroke did pick up his. First Exhibition win yesterday. We'll talk a little bit about that. But. I think you'll be okay. I think yes. The reds can get to the playoffs in a short and sixty games season. Can you believe that the season opens up later on the week? Reds, first game will be against the Detroit Tigers on Friday. This is so weird. Say I mean. Did you really think we'd have baseball or any sports? Until you know the turn of the new, year? I getting to that point where yeah I was thinking. No, no, we're not gonNa have sports until then. I still hope I'm wrong, and it looks like I will be wrong with you. Know Mls being thing in Florida. We'll talk about that little bit lighter. And the reds opening up season had an exhibition game yesterday against a team. That wasn't another Cincinnati reds team. So I don't know maybe I'm a extreme pessimist on that, but the second question from the sports stance. Will Joe Borough throw for twenty plus touchdowns this season, and will the bengals not finishing last place in the AFC north. Yes, and yes, and here's my reasons why? Joe Burr I. Think is going to be a tremendous quarterback. Course short time in college ball and having his best season last year. How much can you really read into that coming into his work year in the National Football League?.