27 Burst results for "Tom Watson"
"tom watson" Discussed on No Laying Up
"Oh, that's part of the telecast I'm sure it will be as as that was one of the iconic moments in open championship golf I think. I, are you going to have a is going to be like best dress complication as well because if we go back through fifty years of of different styles of the golf course well, maybe it'd be the point of which Doug Saunders actually eventually wins. Answer! You know I I'm surprised. If Tom Your five open championship. Wins if you're not at the very top list because for me, I would put Tom Watson's. Career when you think Tom Watson Tom Watson as an open champion, and so it's. It's amazing how much your name is now synonymous with open golf links Gulf. You know coming from the states. You really did A. Would would you say you broke down barriers? Which is baby Europe in the Ryder? Cup is now that you did it with the open championship. You know just you made yours. So you know it is interesting. I think you're being Hambo saying you have one, or you're not in contention, say identity take I would put you at the top of the. There's orders who are who are equally there for what I like to think about all the players over the last fifty years or more. Whatever era the player came from, he was a winner in the air, and he would have figured out how to be a winner in the modern day with Martin equipment doses, winners nowadays would figure out how to use the old quickpoint, so it's much more to do with the what was inside them their passion than the outward golf swing. They just you have to get what they had. What was in front of them? They knew how to beat the person standing beside him and that's all they had to do at that time, so it would be. It's crazy to take somebody. Clinton use equipment Clinton. Go backwards or quote and go forwards because I all they've proved by their successes. Whatever's day succeed at that level? Less weather for psychologists than the Gulf on the golf tour now they they're trying to get inside the people's minds as the. Intangible are to determine what that intangible is the. Differentiate between the the also rans in the winners. And all the qualities to do that, are they? Are they mental as you as you hint towards that some or is there? A technical threat that runs through all of these great players, because you know Santana Andrews as much as any venue has identified the very best gophers at the top of their game at that particular time as champions. Well there there is a threat that goes through. A.
"tom watson" Discussed on No Laying Up
"Didn't see much of it on TV. But. I knew the history of especially history of throws through the eyes of Bob. Jones Bobby Jones or great. AMEX replacer one a back then the the Grand Slam nineteen thirty. Bob. Yet an incident at Saint Andrews which was pretty? Pretty amazing to me that when he was a young man, I think he was twenty in his early twenties line. in in the open championship there, he got so frustrated. On the eleventh, holy in the bunker to the left of the par-three green and he I don't know I took three or four or five swings to get added couldn't get out, and he just picked his ball up and walked in to clubhouse. quit the tournament right there, That was the Great Bob Jones. So, they are other a lot of lot of stories about Bob. Jones coarsely was champion, but you know growing up the game as you. Well know. There are times in our lives that they golf again became. Becomes frustrating and you know that that was an indicator to me that we're all human great Bob Jones was human. Tennis Top! He sent there in your attain. They wasn't which of the open championship shown on television. As you grow a that was a completely different experience in for me. By the eighties, the only Gulf that we really got to see Jere was the open chapter of chill all day, but they start at seven o'clock in there seemed like they start at seven o'clock in the morning, and always seemed like it was Sony at the open. Any memory I. have is of Sony burned-out golf course play intruding skull so when you were growing open your to love the game of Golf was which doubts on television. Are you know? Did you see it on TV or how did they? How did you look yellow frigging? Well the I saw you know. Arnold Paul Arnold Palmer my hero. When he won the master's and fifty, eight, sixty, sixty, two sixty four men, it was it was all Arne. Then Jack Along of course sixty one beat him in the US Open Chip Championship in the playoff and I hated Jack Ma. Jack was developed. myhrl got beat by this. Guy By the name of Fat Jack Know, they're disparaging Jack. The Way Wars, closings, weight, and all that the problem was Jack was better than Arnie. He was better than Arnie. And you know you know when I was a kid I really had. I had great privilege her plane with both army and Jack exhibitions when fifteen seventeen years old respected. and got a chance to to see him up close and personal, and it really gave me the dream to become professional golfers by plane with these pro. With by playing with these these great players. you know I was lucky when I grew up I had grit. Dad had a great passion for the game. Stand Thursday. WHO's the pro at the club? Then my dad belong to He had a tremendous passion for the game and took me under his arm. you know we? We play so many rows golf together and he helped me. With, a lot of things with my golf swing and over the years. Of The Passion That these people had I'm sure Padraig you had people in your life? They had that passion that you looked up to I looked up to my dad and in and Stan. This of really Arnie and inject in. Yes, it was on TV you wash t the the masters, especially you wash the masters in the US Open came on. You wash the Ozone Cornyn In the open championship, was not that prominent of of a telecast over here I'm not sure exactly. When I first saw over here, but I lost it there in always looked at a funny golf. Course was Brown. And these guys are there. Worms sweaters in the middle of the summer and couldn't quite understand the once I started playing there as Sturdy get it a true understanding of what was about you just before. sorry to interrupt you there some. Porject just before you jump in on on that points about your your influences, we should also introduce the fourth member panel. because. We've got Chris Sullivan here. Better known as solely from the no laying up podcast. Great to have you along with us. solely I I think we're probably going to struggle to get a word in ways, which frankly is absolutely fine I mean I'm sitting here on this phone. Call with you just thinking to myself here. We all four of his altogether seven Claret jugs to between his I. Mean it's. We're in good shape. I. You know I have thought about just logging off here for second. Because I truly don't know what my role here is because these two can just kind of facilitate their own discussion, but. I do want to ask a question. kind of I guess more towards Tom. Because you brought up Bobby Jones and there's a an alleged quote from Bobby. I honestly I can't track down the source of it I'm not even sure it's real, but I think you'll understand the spirit of it, but it was something along the lines of. If you say you love the old course, and you've played it less than ten times. You're lying so I. WanNa, Know Your your I. Your True and honest impression of the old course the first time you've played it in how that relationship may have evolved over the years. Hate is too strong a word. I played it I did not like the golf. Course I didn't like the blindness of of of the shos off the tees, and being. Precise wanted to be to try to find you know. Where were you had the bunker on the left and bunker on the right? Try to hit the ball inside the goalposts? If you will you had to walk through the Gorse and tried butcher club down and get the bright line now. They got the stroke saver. Yard is books and the ad them. They the photographs of the bottom and it shows you the exact. Over. The that piece of course right? There's a left is right is the left bunker and that piece of course right? There's the left edge of the right bunker, so you don't have to do all that stuff anymore. I didn't like the blindness.
Finally, Texans knock off Patriots with one of the most impressive, complete performances of the season
"The Texans earned their most impressive win of the season A. P.'s Adams pulling reports Houston down the patriots on what was a very Tom Brady like performance for their star QB Tom Watson threw three touchdown passes any caught one as the Houston Texans hated the New England Patriots their second loss of the season with a twenty eight twenty two victory walking completed eighteen of twenty five passes for two hundred and thirty four yards and he caught a six yard touchdown pass from de Andre Hopkins on a trick play Watson says his team made a statement of our confidence the bills the moment offers sixteen to try to push on and it just shows us and show the world that we can play with anyone any given day if we come up with the win improves the Texans to eight and four on the season and keeps them in first place by a game in the AFC south the lost drops the patriots to ten into and they are now second in the
"tom watson" Discussed on Ridiculous History
"They take these pure ws to Japan where things get worse and worse and this is interesting because I was looking through some research on this. Ryan and I notice like you said at the top of the show in his diary he the list he keeps track of things like his income and he continues to do this in the Japanese prison but we're still i. I don't know we have some speculation on what he was doing. Most of the people in prison don't have jobs like that. Yeah it it is odd that he was able to know tate restore receiving income income and it appeared that he was able to work for different people may be doing odd jobs and both jobs within the prison. The conditions in Japan Pan were as you can expect poor. They didn't have prison setup. Their only source of heat was actually a small botchy made of ceramics the he wasn't really able to keep the prisoners warm it kind of just turned into a a cause of of actual physical headaches from the carbon monoxide side that was coming from the cheese. There is also sanitation issues. things like a long slit cut in the floor that was just the toilet ooh but despite the living conditions he does note that that he is being paid we doesn't state where it comes from but based on based on reading that that that journal that he wrote and also I was able to find some books that people who were actually captured in Guam at the same time as him and they know that they were able to to work small jobs or work extra hours whether it was forming or or manufacturing to earn so a little bit of extra money so I would assume his his situation nations the same but he does talk about creating sort of a a barter system by stockpiling cigarettes and later selling or trading them that also is likely a source of income that he had by you know kind of hoarding cigarettes as he had them and using them as a leverage tool later on that allowed him to gain a little bit of power our kind of in the in the prison socioeconomic life he's able to swap and buy things in secret and also like I said possibly being paid under the table lake he could he could cook for Japanese officers who didn't feel like cooking for themselves. That seemed to be a job that some prisoners were able to do to earn some money what kind of secret now at this time he was still allowed to send and receive mail as I correct. I don't believe so okay because I know he he would write letters others sort of as addressed to his family but they weren't actually going anywhere right yeah he had he he'd write in his journal. little letters that never ever were removed from his journal they were just kind of kept in there as a way to feel like he was communicating possibly and what is odd around this time his family's actually actually notified that that he was likely dead by the Red Cross wow so with that lack absence and communication from him and that notification advocation his family back home was starting to will most likely feared the worse they were presuming him dead and we're looking at you know moving on with with their life which is pretty difficult while Gordy was still kind of doing the repetitive days and the prison which started to mess with him physically and mentally he was eating the same thing every day. He was working on farms and steel factories. He didn't know when it would end if it would end if he would live to see and and I think that lack of hope was kind of making it difficult for him especially around Christmas which again if you remember at the top of the podcast we talked about him trying or forgetting to send them money order to his wife for bicycle well this Christmas marked about a year since he'd been held captive and he was he missed just writing letters to his family but he in his notebook would right and they're about how he guilty. He felt about missing the important events if you look in the calendar calendar and we'll post some images of of his calendar who notat all taste he misses and it's it's really sad to see the also notat's medical issues. He has ask teeth. He lost all sort of sorts of interesting things on there one interesting thing that he did keep in his calendar was he he would not when he shaved his beard and effort while he actually had a beard growth count that he was his working growing a beard became a little bit of a distraction attraction forum and whenever he was asked to shave his beard he would typically write about it in his journal and express some frustration that they were trying to take away one thing thing that he can control so he was trying to create some sort of rhythm in meaning from self in his life and through writing in this journal and keeping a calendar but but the days were still strenuous and you know the diary provided some relief but it really was kind of small thing in the grand scheme of things of of course you also wrote about revenge fantasies right and hopes for hopes for retribution yeah if you you recall when he was captured he convinced his house may go peacefully so he really didn't have a violent streak or and aggressive streak and it appeared before being captured but towards the end of his journal you start to see things like him saying that he you would like to watch them die or be the one that kills them. He starts to talk about about in in pretty physical league gruesome detail or very specific detail about how he would like to harm them. Yeah I mean I can relate to that sure I mean that's how long how long was imprisoned total at at this point. It was at this point when he starts writing about it. It's about a year. That's that's enough. I don't know I'd make it that long without thinking some pretty pretty impure thoughts about what I WanNa do to the folks that were like torturing me making me sleep on the floor and you know all of this stuff. It just seems very very very very awful. I think a year is more than enough. You know what I mean and if I'm sure we have people listening now who have kept journals and diaries who are not in a military prison situation right and they probably already have some some pretty heartfelt. S- graphic angry things in their own life experience during peacetime it was interesting to me. Ryan the story of Mea Sake who is like one of the big Bads for Gordon at least yeah Misaki who was actually the person who punched Gordy with the belt buckle earlier while brushing his teeth he is he's brought up a couple of times throughout this journal one time he writes that I hope he gets killed in the first air raid here and I hope that I will be here to see it so oh that kind of gives you an example of he not only wants wishes death upon him but he also would like to witness it. which is I think to me? The the ultimate disdain deigned for somebody and what's really interesting is that Donald Gyles who's the author of captive of rising sun which is his memoir that he wrote but while being captured with Gordy he doesn't mention Gordy specifically in the book. It's really interesting because they mentioned a lot of the same characters so while they may not have been necessarily close enough to write about each other. They were having a shared experience within this prison again like we said he was really non-combat if he was he was willfully surrendering to them now he's moved towards wishing death upon Japanese guards yep. This is weird too because we can kind of see this inner world world that has been constructed right because whenever people are isolated from the larger world we sort of conform to the the size of heart container in every sense of the word so he's monitoring things as closely as he can so he doesn't get lost in the sameness and the routine and one something fascinating here is like many people who are imprisoned he is trying ardently to learn any any news of the larger world right and he figures out some ways to do this but it's not as simple as you know hopping on a phone or hopping on computer a reading a newspaper even he has to kind of guess based on the changing behavior of what the guards the authorities yeah he would often. I assume that the way that he's being treated if he's being treated positively it meant that it's possible that the Americans were winning that the Japanese keeping keeping him captive might be coming to an end and he's being treated worse he would assume the opposite so that the Japanese were winning the Pacific theater kind of towards the Enron close to his release. He actually writes that he says my God. We must be winning the war because there was one day where he went to a concert that they held their he had free cigarettes and large meal which was definitely not the the common situation for him in the prison. Let's cut back to the good old. US of a screw across the pond and believe earlier you said that many of Gordie's relatives were convinced convinced that he was dead in that was based off the the estimation of the Red Cross right yeah so they were unable to verify when he was taken captive or killed in previous bombing rate so that he was assumed dead by the Red Cross. This had an impact on on multiple members family. Jimmy Carter it kind of was the final nail in the coffin I guess or the the final thing that made him decide to enlist in the navy because he wanted to honors uncle who paid the ultimate sacrifice during his time in the military or so he believed at the time World War Two is still going strong long so at seventeen he he enlisted which was definitely a major life. Changing is something the sailor identity is is actually something that was really important onto Jimmy Carter in the early part of his life as far as the rest of his family goes his wife getting the news that her husband had died with her two young children she was living in San Francisco across the country from family that can help so she moved back to rule Georgia to be close to Tom's family and the carters Carter's as well. She was living there for a little while until she found out that he was confirmed or supposedly confirmed dead so from the time he left the time he found out she she was spending the time in Georgia but once she found out he was dead she decided to move back to San Francisco and try to continue her life there where she actually got remarried and started a new life now as you guys know he does return home so this this remarriage kind of sets up a an awkward grit situations upon his return he weighed less than one hundred pounds so obviously it has taken a toll on him dorothy. When she found out he came home. She offered to annul her current marriage. which is I don't know how you feel about that? I feel like it's a nice thought but that's what's that some. Things can't be mended a little too little too late kind of situation. I think right yeah. It feels like maybe she was doing what she thought was the right thing to do. Your many in the in the Carter family thought she got married too soon. It was kind of a common thing that they blame his his his first wife Dorothy with with contributing to his mental anguish and depression that he experienced in the rest of his life while Jimmy Carter actually spoke about this on the campaign trail is something that is way more nuance than just being remarried because if you assume that your husband's dead especially after a couple of years of of him being detained. You're going to assume that you will. You're going to want to continue life. You're going to want want to find some sense of normalcy. Whether that's a husband new job a steady place to live sure there's going to usually be changed involved in that and I'm sure she wasn't expecting her husband to reappear so I do think it was a sweet gesture but it is one of those I don't think there is a winning situation nation in any of it because someone's going to be terribly bothered by by a decision that's made and unfortunately Dorothy was putting kind evatt impossible situation yeah sort of rock and hard place. He said Kobe Shoe Meru for the Star Trek fans out there Thomas Watson Gordy have to say I think thank you made the right decision by saying no don't don't annoy your marriage just because you feel like it's the right thing to do do what you truly want to do and he lived out the rest of his life in the US he passed away in nineteen seventy five and by the time he passed away. Jimmy Carter's career was already in like he had seen the career begin from the navy days so on on and and I think it's safe to say that for a long time. Jimmy Carter considered Gordy to be like one of his personal heroes right. Yeah he looked at Gorgias someone who was willing to take take chances and to change his life and to stand up for what he believed him and that's something that Carter order carried with him whether it was joining the navy at seventeen running for governor being involved in politics in general Carter with someone who wanted to provide provide for his family by carving his own lane in life rather than relying on.
UK's Labour Party in turmoil as vote to oust deputy ditched
"So if you thought the Conservative Party was leading the contest of devouring its own stay tuned because the Labor Party is planning on doing the exact same thing there has been heated discussion about eliminating the position of deputy party leader but what that's really all about out is about eliminating Tom Watson who is a voice of opposition within the Labour party to Jeremy Corbyn and someone someone who has also had a I think it's characterized in the papers as a rather spectacular falling out with Len mcklusky the head of the union that is the largest donor the Labor Party they want rid of that kind of high ranking opposition in the Labor Party and so they're going to essentially airbrush airbrush and I'm using that phrase with Mary intentionally for its Stalinist overtones they're going to they're going to airbrush that position -sition out of out of the books and with it. They Hope Tom Watson Mary. I think one of the one of the interesting things I mean it should be pointed out that the story is most prominent in the London Times which of course is no friend whatsoever to the Labor Party and is likely to highlight all it's difficult is that it it's difficulties are not easy for anybody to to play down plus they play into the current the the the the current split in UK politics and we're looking at a week of labor politics dumb dominating the headlines because it's Labor Party conference this week starting this weekend and I think there are two other people who who who whose names and in pictures feature in in the papers today in the Labor Party. One of them is shadow foreign secretary. Emily thornberry and another is Harriet Harman both both of them sort of would be regarded as centrist probably sympathetic to Europe more so far than Jeremy Corbyn his wing of the party so we're looking at really have seeing the split in the Labour party which is really a mirror image of the split in the Tory party being played out in all the headlines through the rest of the next few
"tom watson" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Important to also note that President Trump did not ditch tiger. No it works. Both ways backed I I've been waiting for a Trump tweet today taking partial credit for Tigers comeback yesterday much like everything else in Trump's presidency is recovering and going great guns like the economy and manufacturing. But remember five year may not even know this. But tiger and Jack Nicklaus played with Trump here at Trump International, West Palm Beach back in February and Trump predicted that woods would come back. He tweeted February third two thousand nineteen after playing golf. It was a Saturday with with tiger. And Jack Trump tweeted everyone's asking how tiger played yesterday. The answer is great. He was long straight putted fantastically. Well, shot a sixty four tiger is back, and it'll be winning majors again. Not surprisingly, Jack also played really, well, his putting's amazing, Jack and tiger like each other. So Trump predicted the tiger would win another major after playing with him back in back in February. And I talked at last year's masters when when tiger played I talked to Tom Watson, a former masters champion who I think played his last round last year. And he said he said to be Tigers got his speeds back when he meant swing swing speed which meant that his back surgeries have finally healed. Swing speed is everything. Well, it's ninety percent in in professional golf and for other pros to be saying tiger got his speeds.
"tom watson" Discussed on WEEI
"Lot to get to in this hour. We will be joined by Eric Pinkus, basketball, insiders and Bleacher report beat writer for the cover the LA Lakers. There's just a little bit going on with rigors. Just a little exit interviews happening today. Rajon Rondo was quoted as saying things happen like just things happen. Our president quits and just decides. Hey, I don't wanna be here anymore. I'm not telling anybody, I'm just going to buy. I'm leaving. Unbelievable story will ask Eric Pincus for the latest involving the Lakers in what's next for LA? And then masters breakdown. We're going to get the picks from Jason Sobel the action network one of my favorite if not the favorite. I love Ryan biology too. But those are awesome. We Ryan on the show yesterday. Jason Silva come on today. Forty past the hour who wears the green jacket par three tournament going on right now. Gary Player and Jack Nicklaus. And I gotta say, you know, Tom Watson's playing the third hurts my heart a little bit. They're normally that was Arnold Palmer. And the only time I ever had gone to the masters was for the par three tournament to watch Jack and Arnie and Gary Player together. And well, it's sad to see that. It's no offense at Tom Watson. He's an amazing player. But it's it's not the same to watch those three walk around versus the previous three which I saw oh gosh. What was it five six years ago now at the Wednesday par-three tournament, but it's awesome. I mean, it's such a fun day. It's a cool experience. And it's a chance to see kids and fathers and daughters. See fathers and sons in see players and their wives girlfriends, whatever or caddying for them. It's just a really cool family environment. And oh, yeah. By the way, budget hole in ones.
"tom watson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Time. Into the. And Tom Watson is not bad. But. It gets a inside the mind of a multi concussed former bears wide receiver. He gets Baker. Give him and he had an off phase in the use of felling buckle up, boys and girls every. That was. Football. Because you draw. It's time to go inside waddles world off smelling salts. Models were brought to you by the great people at wintrust community banks, there's Chicago's banks find your nearest trust community. Bank dot com slash find us member FDIC told Jeff Miller has some football breaking news. So this just came down about ten minutes ago. Martavis Bryant has been suspended indefinitely as he loses his appeal. The third time he's been banned for substance abuse policy for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy. So it may be that we have we have seen the last of Martavis Bryant in the NFL. Yeah. Probably and he's he wasn't even really that. Good while he was playing done nothing for the Rangers. I can't imagine so many chances right? Yeah. And another bad trade for Jon Gruden because remember he traded a third round pick for him. I think you know. There's a yeah. Yeah. No, remember what they did. Is they traded to pick ten the cutting, right? There's been a lot of talk about how are a couple of articles. I read are just skin because I you know, I don't read an entire article that. You know, there's now some some positivity brewing. Now look at the way. The Derek Carr is played the last three or four weeks. Jon Gruden coach any mom that's kind of the narrative coming out of the raiders camp right now, it's been better. But right one last week. Odell Beckham junior is set to MRs second straight game with a quad injury. Just can't go no setbacks. Just can't go is what Pat Shurmur said does that change in connection? Did you pick the giants this weekend? Who are they playing? I forgot there a headache there at home is. Wow. I think they still have a really really slim outside shot at the postseason tightens everything the giants. Yeah. I got to China this. Yeah. But I looked say clansman so good titans are tough to figure out one game. They look really good the next game. They don't did you. Did you have the the chiefs last night confidence picks, of course? So did I looks like we're going to be dressed up again possibly pretty high. Yeah. Good, john. Oh. To anyone at the chargers panel. I can't imagine. So I mean, I that's I put a low number on the chiefs because I expected it to be a tight game. But I think everyone picked the chiefs I didn't have a huge number on it. I sorta got stuck wearing doors the game. And then I was like numbering my pets, and then I'm like damn I gotta put an eleven I had a five on the chiefs. You put an eleven on it. I don't know. I got stuck in you know, what start getting used to Women's Club. Because you're gonna get the the rough end of the next one. What's the what's the next costume is determined? I don't think so what's the next holiday. He's probably Easter with these guys kwanza. We could do a lab recons. Yeah. In the president's day. We could do a Super Bowl wins Arbor day Lincoln in Washington. The eagles have confirmed that Carson Wentz will need a three month recovery stress fracture in his back. So they officially put them on this is listed as questionable for the game Sunday against the Rams and travel with the team, right? And then JD told us the bears injury report is out at each Jackson on there again with a list is questionable. He'll come. All. This question. And he said he's gonna play and then same thing with Alan Robinson daddy's questionable. But we'll play chiefs cornerback KENDALL. Kendall fuller. Kyle's brother who had an interception. Nice interception last night. And the chiefs lost to the chargers. Underwent wrist surgery today. Jimmy Graham, Packers tight end says his own play is not good quote. My numbers sunk he ranked second on the Packers with forty six catches and five hundred forty nine yards. But only two touchdown receptions numbers that disappoint him and everybody else after signing a three year thirty million dollars contract. He has not been he's not been good since he left New Orleans, Robin the threat in the red zone that we thought that he would be no last year in a bunch of red zone touchdowns. But remember he was a dominant player. Yes. In that, Sean Payton system, joking Noah sites, partying as part of his struggles with the Knicks to let's play in New York City. He said that you ever been to lift to do anything. Stay too late to do stuff. Quit too late. How can you be addressed is enough? I mean, you're one Linda can be all lit up. Can I have because I could wear like, by the way. No, it said that he was also too late in Chicago. But he was young and healthy recovery. There was that picture. I mean, there were reports of him going to stores up on the north side by my apartment where you buy certain things that you use to smoke things with like they were never confirmed nor denied, but when a seven foot dude with Joe Kim, Noah style hair shops. It's kind of hard to miss to saying, let's say interesting. That's our Alfred for allegedly allegedly back our health. We report allegedly. He would do the most people won't ever. Remember the gifts you give them. People forget the majority of gifts they received according to new research with Christmas less two weeks away, your anxiety about finding the perfect gift for everyone on your shopping list. Maybe well-founded new research shows that more than half fifty three percent of the people received last year have already been completely forgotten how how disappointing is it to hear the Jesse who we gave the crown Royal finished. It hasn't finished last year's like you like, you don't think when you give a guy just a bottle of blues. He's still working on the previous year's Bodensee got three. Home in trick full bottles of wine as a weakness drink when they go to. Many projects your issues with alcohol on Jesse Nick palolo. Jason what do you mean? You haven't finished the bottle of crown Royal even after the Stella trade. True. Very funny Virginia man uses a flame thrower to clear driveway. A snow no on fire. One south West Virginia man, got a little over zealous when tasked with clearing his driveway. After the most recent snowstorm Nathaniel cap linger, no shot decided to leave his shovel in the garage and uses flame thrower to melt, the snow. I told the local ABC affiliate. Daddy, hate shoveling snow so after reading an ad in a magazine about blow torch, which advertise its usefulness and clearing snow to try it out. He bought one. 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Police suspect came to their home and accused her of stealing toy cars from his girlfriend. She are you cars were given to her by his girlfriend. She says the suspects slapped earn when his fiancee and word, oh, Hernandez intervene. The suspect shot him in the leg. Nor arrests have been made in this case. Authorities did release the suspect's name. I was gonna say it's good to see that. Hot Wheels stood the test of time. Yeah. Man and cocaine shirt accused of graffiti cocaine all over bourbon street, forty five year old man faces misdemeanor charges after New Orleans. Police say he painted to work cocaine with white spray paint several locations on bourbon street while wearing a shirt and a hat also plays with the word cocaine. If you're trying to go incognito and spraying the work. Cocaine on things I would suggest not be wearing something says cocaine on that strategy right about this. One southwest flight turns around after a human heart was found on the plane. 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"tom watson" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio
"I mean, credibly excited about today's guest. He is a very well known guy at least if you are cross the pond from where I am here in Canada in the UK. Tom Watson is a British politician, a member of the parliament and very well known for his work taking on presentation and abuse during the phone hacking scandal and wrote a book about that. So we've got a bit of the computer hacker him. But just like me Tom was a little bit overweight and decided in two thousand seventeen he was going to turn his life around. So over the course of a year, he lost seven stone in weight, which just so happens to be ninety eight pounds. So he and I have lost almost exactly the same amount of weight, and he did it relatively quickly and he announced in September just a little while ago that he. With diet and exercise got rid of his type two diabetes. It is gone. And he's now in a position of authority and power in the in the UK, not in the US. But to see how we can fix the food supply in order to stop type two diabetes, which is costing the NHS ten percent of its budget every year he's sitting here on Skype looking like a picture of health. Not like a guy who was seven stones heavier than he was before. And we're going to talk about how he did it, and what it's going to take to get the government to help all of us be a little nicer to each other. Tom. Welcome to the show is a great honor the bond. Jed usually incredibly grateful to be so conceded to see such an impact on my life. You've actually sent me a whole new direction. So I. Great to be talking to your listeners because I know that they've either been through the experience that we've been through all they're about to launch to fold a great fan. I there's so many places I want to go. But I have to ask you this. What the heck is a stone. I worked in Cambridge England. And why do you measure stones for how heavy you are? It will it always have to go to Google to converse. It's kilograms opines because sweet go metric in Europe as well. So. It's fourteen pines. Okay. So I just don't dove a ninety I'm on one hundred and two pints weight loss. Now, I'm not I'm not triggered to think for me because I go to rudimentary full of social behaviors theory that went on a hit new honk it on get a new piece of kit for my bike. But at one hundred times, I promise myself in need bunk. So on looking for a good cause a special presence myself. I would say that's worth a new piece of kit, and you can afford to write a much heavier bike and you'll still be faster because you're not carrying all the weight around on your body. Now, what caused you to say I'm going to do something radical like the bulletproof diet. I mean, a lot of people when we were fat. We do the diet sodas or try and do something did did you have a. A hit rock bottom line. What led you to do it? I guess I did hit rook on. You know, I tried the usual advice about my government guide me on white loss. Hyper by twenty five years. I did calorie counting all the things that people try on a bit of white, and then the podium cone again, and then turned fifty and then I hit twenty two stud, which was three hundred night. Pines? My kids quite young reading biographies of politicians who died in that fifties. Until that sort of combination of not wanting to die loving might children in wanting to listen for them. And kind of date voice.
College Football Week Two Run Down
"College football yesterday number one Alabama over Arkansas state, fifty seven to seven second ranked Clemson survives in college station against Texas. Am aggies scored in the final minute went to went for two with a chance to tight but had a holding penalty and interception. Clemson hangs on to win twenty eight twenty six Jake fron fifteen of eighteen for one hundred ninety four yards and a score number three Georgia rolls by number twenty four South Carolina in Columbia, South Carolina. Forty one to seventeen it was fourth-ranked Ohio State fifty two Rutgers three number five Wisconsin over New Mexico. Forty-five fourteen number six Oklahoma blows out UCLA forty nine twenty one number seven Auburn sixty three Alabama state nine. Nine eighth ranked Notre Dame beat ball state twenty four sixteen number nine Washington. Forty-five North Dakota three tenth ranked Stanford beats number seventeen southern cow seventeen to three eleven th ranked LSU over southeastern Louisiana thirty one nothing. It was number twelve Virginia Tech sixty two Bill and Mary seventeen number thirteen Penn State rose by Pittsburgh, fifty one to six number fourteen West Virginia fifty to Youngstown state seventeen. Arizona's state upsets number fifteen Michigan state sixteen to thirteen in timpee. It was number eighteen Mississippi State winning at Kansas state, thirty one to ten nineteenth ranked UCF thirty eight SC state nothing. It was number twenty Boise state sixty two Yukon seven number twenty one Michigan over western Michigan forty nine to three number twenty two Miami. Hang seventy seven on savannah state, seventy seven zip the final number twenty three Oregon over Portland state, sixty two to fourteen and for the first time since nineteen. Eighty six Kentucky knocks off number twenty five Florida. They went in swamp. Twenty seven to sixteen Missouri wins its second game of the season. Tigers go to tune on the young years. They handle Wyoming at fro field last night. Forty two thirteen was the
"tom watson" Discussed on No Laying Up
"Well, yeah, I guess Tom Watson deserve the criticism. Yeah, for sure. For sure. And I would couch saying, I would say the captain is almost always like over. Yes, inflated like the importance of the captain's always over exaggerated. You can't, except for that point that like I don't think you can do that much. Good, but you can do a lot of bad. How's the guy like him screwed up that badly? It's it's not being in touch with what's going on in the cabins were just week elections. I mean, I, I remember us simply Randy. We're like we're calling for like a blow up of the system. I forget who the young names where I remember them being really outrageous that you threw out KEPCO, give me. Yeah. Oh, that was the early days of campaigning for kept cash, but it was just just throw them all out there. Just throw the young guys, what are we lose? We lose this every year, like might as well go down swinging. I think part of the two is in the scene in your kitchen force. That's where the cab. Yeah, yeah, matters. Actually. Yeah. They lost seven to one enforce benching your best. To some. Yeah. Well, and it's also just a captain can't get a Polly's did, but you can't get a ton out of a bad team, a non talented team, almost always the more talented team wins your team. Yeah, and that's the thing though, is like, this isn't like high school Gulf that we're talking about here, like all the people on both teams like the margin between them over eighteen holes is so small, correct. I think that I don't know. There are some intangible things you can do to to make a difference. I guess it's just on some level. I mean, it's just it's, it's probably a little bad luck when you're ripped as being a bad captain. But there's a lot of there was a lot. The captain's most important role is strictly intangibles. I think they had it rating a good atmosphere, managing egos part of the process. Yeah. I mean, if the US like this year tees up, so well with pairings would take a lot of effort to really screw up like JT and tiger were to play together in read and speak where to play together and DJ and Brooks like that is if that's seventy five percent of your roster. No one can question any of those decisions, but you can get to cute with it in pair people that don't want to be paired together. Again, it's all gonna come down to kind of who plays the best, but I think that's fills quotas like cabins putting you in a position to play your best is what's important I've heard to. It sounds like Phil likes to be exceptionally involved in the process and comes with all of his own stats works statisticians or as who he should be paired with in in foursomes yet stuff so. But I think kind of the question too is like, did did he deserve that publicly? And I think it kind of had to it had to happen publicly for them to really change the system and the system change from them. They're on and it's it's small sample size, but things are working out much. That's where I disagree. I think it's effective to publicly, but I think the system was going to change either way. Yeah, based on what Feerick is what deal three is. And all that kind of seems like if you do read fills, quote like closely, it isn't personal to Watson. It does reference like what happened this week is not the way that personal happen. Of course it is and it wasn't meant as an attack on Tom Watson. It was just kinda like, this isn't the way we should do it, not even from the Cap'n standpoint, the brain trust of the PJ of America and the committee that eventually was formed to like like build the system up of guys that.
BBC, Michelle and Jeremy Corbyn discussed on Today
"Tonight Jeremy Corbyn will present his ideas for reforming the media industry when he addresses the Edinburgh television festival today. Including talking about the risk of a few tech giants and unaccountable billionaires in his words. Having too. Much control, of. Our public space in debate and? The idea of taxing companies like Facebook and using the proceeds to help fund the BBC we'll Tom Watson the. Deputy, labour, leader and the shadow culture centuries in our Brighton, studio good morning good morning Michelle how would this digital licence-fee work I in terms of of why the tech companies would agree to fund the BBC to help from. The BBC well Michelle let me just put this in context to benefits does Policy enough focus on media reform is being trying. To deal with the transgressions of the tabloid media that broke the law now we've got. A lot. Of pushback, Riley. From editors and publishers who said? Why you're focusing on that but you're not looking at what's happened in the media market in the digital age. And, what, we've realized the more we understand is the the. Olive Opelousas like, Google and Facebook now take in more. Than fifty percent of all UK digital advertising revenues in the country and yeah as organizations, they avoid paying their fair share of taxes they. Avoid democratic accountability it's not so long ago that I remember our taxing, them help, those other parts of the the pulse of the press that you're, talking about the ones that rely on advertising revenue how did bring more revenue to them so what we say, today is the start of. A conversation in the building to manifest and we are saying very clearly to the giants you need to take responsibility in play your role in the media market digital disruption. Men that we've lost three hundred local newspapers in the last decade their own half as many journalists working, in local and regional media is there were in two thousand and seven and you. Can either play you can either volunteer to play your socially responsible Supporting public interest journalism or a future labour government will act and, one of the ways we might do that is by a windfall tax or Levy that he the subsidizes the, license fee for the BBC, for poorer families or helps breathes life into independent Would that be, a one awful would that being would that be a new on getting time. We've got a prescription or, a model for Michelle. This is really really important. Isn't it because if you're talking about revenue that all the pulse the media, going to rely on it can't be a one off yet and Jeremy is rolling the dice today starting that conversation this really this is not policy this is. Stimulating discussion on it's really saying that the labor party a future labour government acknowledge the the the absolute might and power of the tech giant's is an issue of concern for people worried about How does tax them help. A local newspaper stay in, business while it might. Be that it funds tax. Breaks for new cooperative models in the digital space it might be that it, helps fund new local journalism it might be providing funds that could alive sort of commodity court reporting These are all ideas on the on you know on the well I mean, it seems that you'll thinkings at a very early stage on all of. This but there's? A fundamental problem with. The idea texts taxing the tech giants which is that it's. Not easy to do it most of them. Are American and even if, you found a way to do. It you can necessarily rely on on the amount of money you get in could you want they got a business they could be significant drop in men? Come one particular year it's not exactly a stable source. Of funding if the state wills it the state could make it happen The Keep a particular tech company that's doing very well one, year not so, well another business that we, can we can legislate to make sure that people play that. Role the media market is very heavily regulated for a reason because it's an important part of our.
Britain plans for opt-out organ donation scheme to save lives
"Interview with the observer. He says, labor must accept in full, oh, widely used definition of antisemitism, his all political correspondent, Leyla nephew, Tom Watson warns that labor risks disappearing into a vortex of eternal shame and embarrassment unless it ends the row of anti semitism. He all keys. The party's code of conduct should be changed to include all examples of antisemitic behavior outlined in an internationally recognized definition, Jeremy Corbyn maintains. They are captured. In essence, in the code and consultation over the guidelines has reopened. Tom Watson also calls for disciplinary cases against to labor MP's had clashed with the party leadership over the issue to be dropped. The international trade secretary. Liam Fox has said he no thinks it's more likely than not that Britain will leave the without a deal next March. In an interview with the Sunday Times, Mr Fox accused the European Commission of being so intransigent that the odds of that being no Brexit deal. When I sixty forty. The equality and human, rights watchdog has written, to the, NHL in England saying it must offer fertility services to men and women who identify as transgender it suggests the current policy discriminates. Against transpeople and. An offer should be made before patients start switching to a new gender the health service has the policy is decided, by ministers chichi. Is under reports. The equality, and human rights commission said transpeople should not be forced. To choose between changing gender and starting their own family and should be given the chance to freeze eggs spam is asking the. Health service to reflect. On the impact of what it calls outdated policies this letter is the first step towards judicial review proceedings and the move. Has been welcomed by transgender rights groups, who say could benefit some of the four and a half pounds and people refer to gender identity services. In England each year Thousands of people were reportedly stranded in Brighton. Overnight after chaotic scenes at the main railway station huge numbers of people had traveled to the. City yesterday for the pride event and a Britney Spears. Concert a spokesman for the train operating company go via Thameslink said, the police had asked for the railway station to be, closed and services suspended to help them deal with the crowds The government contract to soco is suspending moves to. Evict immigrants who've been refused asylum in the UK campaign is, have been demonstrating against the plans which they argued could see more than three hundred people evicted from homes in Glasgow The government is publishing his plans to change. The organ, donation system in England from spring twenty twenty, everyone will be assumed to have agreed to having. Their organs used in transplant surgery unless they opt out. Ministers say up. To. Seven hundred more lives year could be saved Carol Jordan's daughter Haley signed up to donate her organs three years before she suffered a fatal brain hemorrhage she says that decision made her loss easier to bear I didn't have no Attention we will tally today. To said goodbye not just kissed her not to say. This guy's ice sailing Three men remained in custody after a body was discovered in a field near stoke by police searching for a missing midwife among them is. A thirty two year old man who had been released on bail who's. Been rearrested on suspicion of murder. The Twenty-eight grilled Samantha Eastwood was last seen more than a week ago. Russia has appointed the Hollywood actor Steven Seagal as a special envoy to improve ties with the United States the action films. Dot was granted Russian citizenship two years. Ago and has praised President Putin as a great world leader BBC news in our quest. For happiness through keeping pigs not Neil old jazz but Martha Roberts in Abergavenny on your farm is at six thirty I was seventeen years old with the son of two months. And I needed a job continuing dramatization of the early life of Maya Angelou I'm going to. Join the army trying, to survive in postwar America California labor school. Is on the house on American activities. Lists only studied dance and drama there when I was fourteen it's a communist organization and you know it Maya Angelou, gathered together in, my, name I was a woman had a child misbehaves abilities and, no real profession this, Monday to Friday morning at ten forty five on BBC radio four Now it's time. For something understood and this week the birth of her nephew prompts the musician January Harrison to explore how physical, activity, can lead to, spiritual, insight Can't promise A few months ago on a snowy night, in suburban.
Zimbabwe says election is clean; opposition is skeptical
"It's understood Mr. Wolfman later apologized and was, told he would not, face further action the labor MP Luciana Berger has called for. Him to, be suspended and Labour's deputy leader Tom Watson tweeted last night that Peter Wildman was allowed mouth bully adding he disgusts me a. Labor spokesperson said the party didn't. Comment on individual cases the opposing signs in Zimbabwe's elections on both. Claiming to have done well but no official results have yet been released the opposition leader Nelson. Chamisa said his claim, was based, on results from the majority of more than ten thousand polling stations Andrew. Harding reports from Harare election officials have only confirmed a. High turnout here in Zimbabwe. But, on social media the opposition leader Nelson, Chamisa and his supporters already declaring victory in contrast Zanu PF officials are insisting that early indications. From polling stations around, the country showed. Their party is on track to retain power foreign observers said the voting process Was peaceful and by and large orderly but after years of rigged and disputed. Elections there is. Now an anxious wait and a close focus on the counting process. To ensure these results will be accepted by all sides the owner of British Gas Centrica, says it's prophets for the first half of the year were affected. By. The price cap on prepayment Mueller's introduced last year and the continuing loss of. Customers the firm has reported pre-tax profits of six hundred twenty six million, pounds for the six months to June the. Fall of less than half of, one percent but announced a twenty percent drop in underlying operating prophets for its consumer Centric. Is, chief executive in told us the firm was ready for any new price caps we, have to keep a, very close eye on wholesale costs on all the other input. Costs including, smart metering costs and other things in advance of potential price cap what we are doing is encouraging our customers off the standard. Variable Taryn and we are develop Ping and have, developed a large number of, other propositions for customers that they seem to really want councils in England say the issue of how to..
KOMO, Robert Mugabe and ABC discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"Supporters of before I'm Evan Smith KOMO traffic good afternoon I'm. Kelly with your KOMO forecast expect. Another hot one though. Highs for most of us will remain. In the eighties. Or hot stuff will continue for a couple more days before cooling to. The seventies by Thursday that your forecast, from the, KOMO forecast team Zimbabwe historic vote these are your world headlines From ABC, news, Zimbabwe's disgraced ex President Robert Mugabe is weighing in on Mondays election rejecting the candidacy of, his successor Emmerson Mnangagwa who helped push the longtime leader out of office the poll is the first vote since Mugabe. Was ousted in November Cambodians vote to reelect Prime Minister Hun Sen. who's been in power for. More than three decades, local and foreign rights groups warned the poll is not credible a Palestinian teenager and protest icon is freed from an Israeli jail the seventeen year old was serving an eight-month sentence for assaulting an. Israeli soldier. Outside of her West Bank home last year and a, British. Travel companies ending tours to SeaWorld and other captive whales sites the decision is the result of a poll where ninety percent of customer said their vacation companies should protect animal welfare I'm Jennifer Eccleston at, the ABC. News foreign desk in London Here's another extra art Sanders with many of us will go on road, trips this summer and King County echo consumer Tom Watson says it's easy to. Reduce their environmental impact road trips in the car even short ones can be so much fun in the Pacific northwest. Here a few tips to reduce the impact of those roads Fuel-efficient vehicle as you can traveling partner has the more. Ego friendly, car or truck you can take their vehicle this time and you can help drive. And help pay for gas and if it's a hybrid or. Electric vehicle won't be that much if any gas turbine if it's a family vacation. May be combined the..
"tom watson" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Israel name is Tom Watson you went out to LA from Minneapolis and just had a great career. As a disc jockey out on l. avian. So you got into management and last heard he was. The general manager of some stationed at LA But he. And I were that production studio doing this. And we were just laughing our heads off me just Yeah we said the same thing we could take any any song it backwards and we could we could convince our teenage audience, station had of what that lyric is saying backwards and we had a great time with that was, so funny the thing what's what the Paul McCartney rumor, was that you could actually. See it on the elbow Yeah There was a bunch of coincidences, it you know in, it but I, mean you could see. It Well there was one was at, Abbey Road where they're walking across the street and funeral. Procession, yeah in Paul is barefooted and he's, he's out of step. With the rest, of the corpse yeah They didn't vary shoes and one, was mortician in one wasn't the the priests and and. The You know the the the. Big one that kicked. It off was that they're Alba, rubber soul, which was such a switch That kind of you know started people thinking okay. Did, something change here you know what changed you know with with. McCartney and Lennon that they started going this new, way well, then then then the theory came up while rubber soul fake so that, means that the new McCartney It was amazing other one yeah Marilyn Monroe. Yeah yeah you think she was killed Yeah. I do yeah I do Yeah. Yeah, yeah yeah I think it was her connection. In. The, political. Arena I think I think that she became a detriment You know people that knew her You, know that were close to her they all say that She she did not But you? Know who knows We will, never know Yeah they say there's no such thing. As a perfect murder but if that's, the case with Maryland It would be the perfect murder Yeah yeah. Yeah yeah, and some say too I mean I will we ever know what the Kennedy I'm. Hoping that, we'll know before before our time is up To me is the is the. I thought I thought that President Trump when he got elected I thought that. He would release. All of the information on the Kennedy file. Even President Trump he said he was going to do that but, then he got the, inside look at it, and he went we can't. Release the he released more information but nothing that was substantial That was an, odd moment and there's something in that file that they're not releasing, for who knows why, at this point I, mean these many years later Since nineteen sixty three and they're still concerned about national security what could possibly be. In that file? That would endanger? National security from nineteen sixty three Well maybe it was attached to maybe the Russians did it. In the current president is really buddy buddy with the Russians and don't want to married The American public even matter at the Russians and the conspiracy continues into the twenty first century That's what John thank you And really. Enjoyed your the aviation segments that guy. Was great to listen to I'll. Tell you what him back Randy Randy is. One of my best friends I've known. Him since nineteen seventy three and I wasn't exaggerating, when I said that he's he's one of the finest pilots in the world and the ratings on his his license shows at he's flown more aircraft and is rated in more type aircraft than anybody that. You could ever possibly meet Real quick Great was he brought, up doc my son in law's in the air force and for a while he was stationed down, in Wichita were they were? Restoring. Her Yup and occasionally he would send me photos and videos that didn't exist Doc flying did you did you hear. The. Interview we did with Jani? Shower who was the flight engineer on and he's also the flight engineer for doc no I missed. That one yeah it was? Right. There was the week that they flew doc for the first time Okay It. Was it was a fun. Interview fun. Interview Was there he was there at the air base and taking. Photographs on, the other side of the red line you. Know, there's at that airbase there's a red, light yeah because the bass shares it was well you on the other side of the airbase was the was..
"tom watson" Discussed on KQED Radio
"He told us the student tom watson said that michael cohen called up yelling and screaming and trying to threatening to have him expelled and threatening a lawsuit he reached tweeted someone who missed who said about making kelly after a contentious republican debate we can got her and he talks a lot about himself in our conversation in two thousand fifteen basically about how he and trump sued univision for dropping out of the miss usa pageants listen to this later on in our conversation for the daily beast in two thousand fifteen i think you should go story playing on right i think doc i five hundred million dollars was there lawsuit him so no he ultimately did not file a lawsuit against either me or the daily beast and in fact another trump lawyer got in touch with us and the daily beast lawyers after cohen had made the call so it kind of shows how coen's role wasn't even primarily a traditional legal role right that he was he he was in particular in at least in this case being used for intimidation matters discount have anything to say about these tapes now that they're out there well we gave him and his lawyers a couple of days to respond and we haven't heard anything from them and he's of course in his own legal situation right now.
"tom watson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"He told us the student tom watson said that michael cohen called up yelling and screaming and trying to threatening to have him expelled and threatening a lawsuit he reached tweeted someone who who said about making kelly after a contentious republican debate we can got her and he talks a lot about himself in our conversation in two thousand fifteen basically about how he and trump sued univision for dropping out of the miss usa pageants listen to this later on in our conversation for the daily beast in two thousand fifteen story that you plan on writing right and served with five hundred million dollars like i told you was there lawsuit so no he ultimately did not file a lawsuit against either me or the daily beast and in fact another trump lawyer got in touch with us and the daily beast lawyers after cohen had made the call so it kind of shows how coen's role wasn't even primarily a traditional legal role right that he was he he was in particular in at least in this case being used for intimidation matters discount have anything to say about these tapes now that they're out there well we gave him and his lawyers a couple of days to respond and we haven't heard anything from them and he's of course in his own legal situation right now.
Tom Watson wins Par-3 Contest, GT Nicklaus, grandson of Jack Nicklaus, has hole in one at Augusta National
"That was pretty cool gt nncholas his grandson one of jack's grandsons his first ever holeinone and he gets it at augusta national on national tv and that was on espn now like i said the grouping whether the grouping alone just to watch these guys together another time in augusta was very cool but it was it was jack nicklaus gary player and tom watson tom watson goes on to win the par three contest this was the threesome talking after the round where after i birdied the first four holes i said you know it'd be all right to to win the parthree one other time a long time ago and of course i didn't win the tournament that year never win the term only when the parthree but since i'm not playing their turnaround said let's go forth this year gary what is it day like this mean to you it means an awful lot particularly seeing tom it's sixty eight putting the way he did it was just a joy and then jack at seventy eight also four and upon i'm nearly eighty three tissue eighty two two two under par and then he's caddy's grandson who they predicted would have a hundred one that was a modest mar vista dale perfect transition you've.
Jack Nicklaus' grandson hits hole-in-one at The Masters Par 3 Tournament
"The masters so that's awesome he'll join us in our last segment so that'll be about a half hour from now to talk about the masters and get you all set up because according to our twitter poll half of you are more excited about this year's masters then you have been in the past and let's not kid ourselves there's a lot of buzz phil mickelson just one for the first time in five years roy mcelroy's one this spring and needs that green jacket to complete the career grand slam phil mickelson and rory and justin thomas and dustin johnson of course sergio garcia as the guy who's currently wearing the green jacket all of those are big names jordan speed rickie fowler it's about tiger woods the other buzz would be there just because it's the masters in augusta national tiger brings the added buzz and that big grin on his face that seemingly will not go away so again we'll we'll head south and we will not talk about the weather because i can't do with it but we will we will talk about augusta national and this awesome par three competition that we had on wednesday it was one for the ages and one for the aged tom watson at sixty eight years old wins the parthree competition in and of itself that's extremely cool but also it's so neat to see all the golfers out there with their little kiddos in the in the tailormade white caddy suits and their spouses their significant others and then pass champions like watson like jack nncholas a six time green jacket winner who was golfing with his grandson and his granddaughter his grandson hits a hole in one and jack nncholas melts it was a fantastic moment i tweeted it tweeted the video of it a law radio and producer tom did the same just incredible that's one of my favorite traditions in sports is the par three competition leading into the masters because everyone's so happy and you to see not only the course in all of its glory with the israelis and the green everywhere the trees in full bloom but also everyone so happy before it gets tense and there's a ton of competition everybody is is in such good spirits to really neat atmosphere so we'll talk more about the masters in augusta national coming up with jason when he joins us live half hour from now it's after hours with amy.
Tom Watson wins Par-3 Contest, GT Nicklaus, grandson of Jack Nicklaus, has hole in one at Augusta National
"One more day to go play officially starts at the eighty second masters at augusta national today was the par three contest to storylines i sixty eight year old tom watson became the oldest player ever to win the part three contest he was in a group the legends group with gary player jack nicklaus in jack's grandson gt jack led him teed up on the ninth you only need to swing about one hundred twenty miles an hour that's a good scheme.
"tom watson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Is that that front right real tight up against the bunker seventeen is in the jack nicklaus position and the tom watson position knack left uh very very cool there um you know fourteen as it is one that uh uh is is interesting it redone the green narain opened up a few new pin placements a but it's in that uh very tight back left position new only four paces from the uh the back left side of which is which is a good one this is one i i don't recall seeing very often thirteen is uh is back right that's the of the relatively short four up the hill i don't know that i've ever seen it back right that'll be a a real tough putting position there i four you'd better not go writer long yeah exactly that will be ah that to death yacht exactly right animal we're we talked about this so yesterday quite a bit number seven the flag was tucked tight right yesterday which is a very difficult position uh the today it's it's back left and you know when they've got the uh the amateurish plane n m the two hundred and fifty six players and their partners out there the first three days generally they'll put those in relatively easier positions for piece of play they don't want to beat up the amateurs too badly and and you'll see very very low scoring off those first few days uh if that if that's the case and they want him kind of close to what the day before had what what will generally do is to to keep the uh the the golf course the same right for each day because when you go through the rotation of three days you want to be able to play the same golf course right so they'll move the flagstick be a foot or to only to uh.
"tom watson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Appreciate your hanging out with us appreciate you spending some time with us really excited to walk amount of the show a great guy a hall of famer and one of the most dynamic players iin you had the pleasure to watch when he play the game lithuanian tom watson joins me right now elti thank you flip start this thanks for thanks for making the time boom who've happy to be on with you man montclair so let's start with the probowl you're you're working with the probowl i it's it's interesting like of all the allstar games the probowl is one that has at times been criticize but measured by a standard road the nfl like people want to be the biggest of the major sports because the nfl is an end and that event has not been what what is the probowl do want to make sure people are paying attention and tune in him well i think you're going back to the old format wherever if you've ever version nfp in brief back their competition part of it and that's always to talk among amongst players and you know probably media people who plays the best football you know what conferences the best afc are nfc uh in fact you know that's used with the super bowl comes down to best team best nfc teams so i think going back to this format um it it kind of hell's bring the competition out of guys i know certainly for me you know during my time playing the probowl gangs that's that was always important to me like won't wanting to beat the nfc's you know proving that we're the best we're the best uh conference we play the best football and so i think when it when it comes down to it the second half and and not to mention you know the team that wiz get the bigger purse let's remember that so i think having said that that's what brings out the competition and guns especially during the second half when he gets in the fourth quarter and guys just really started to play hard any tom what's in your on cbs sports radio thanks a lot of friends at.
"tom watson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Personality tom watson had every everything about him just screams greatness old people watch a play it's fine if the exciting and then you hear about all the things he does off the field and you hear the ways teammate talk about a i think everyone just know that we we can't diagnose it beforehand but we know it when we see it and there was some super special about shaw what the super engaging ethnic that's why you see the community the sports community everywhere from the bride james too you know the top football players you know feel such disheartening about what's happened to abate but you know he'll bounce back he's a competitor it up i'm sure he'll be back better than ever i agree with you i feel like that's the kind of player that you would bet on you come back stronger than ever not bet against coming back stronger than ever one more game is the bangoura's and the jaguars this game is being played in jacksonville the combo there by hawkin running back letter for that is not on the field today as lewis deactivated for a violation of team rules do you keep an eye on here for one of your 14th jackson visit saudi bank i mean i i know that this office is probably going to struggle if the jaguars defense if ever if i was guessing um but eddie dot has traditionally played well against the jaguars to be honest so i mean i think could go both ways that the always pivotal for the bank was their try to keep their season hopes alive with some of the the controversy that's gone on as a crazy week for them and the brown that they were trying to get a trade so i mean this is a big damp at this night bangles and the jaguars without limit for that are going to be a little different as well get wickets so many storylines old stangled and brown's trade that was not at your thoughts on that and while trades that were because they were many trades this week in a surprisingly busy nfl trade deadline we'd love to see that.
"tom watson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Reality all right i'll grant job i would hit a party going better what are you talking about i don't want this guy is not bring it up because i like tom watson i like him yeah i mean through on local opinion who great do brick reality you people hit back if you're woah wait a minute who who we pets ith round to before we're ill p in in in his job here's job make make no mistake about issues jaw he's job description is jobs could bring he's experiences his nom h and give his opinion to that death and that's what he did that's what he did he brawled here experience is not true that david opinion so i uh you know to me i can't oh where you go it's those are your thoughts not right wrong logistical deputy for pinior that's his opinion i have with different opinion and now what now you've experienced stuff like that you've experienced deck were being tag to you when you were unable to cope mm new how that felt that also bring gadic's fears do how that felt in an area of you are you so don't pulse out a word like wit acquitting wish pay free when you heard the experience of people saying that about human i i remember it going down now 'cause i was working out right now i i'm not going to say that i don't know what was will emerge remember what we were fix a mere work we will group those are one or two more an early friday right right your remember all of that for you it's not just that he's fit he quit they fear philip rivers got that lewis tore they fill how can you be sitting on the sidelines we're petro surely like that out of it it it and i understand it ever football player are you still with philip rivers older i do is drop back then throw illtreated out cut being day who got a whole different pre yourself something's wrong running back period of the court but but with the mind doesn't work that way once we require a whole who think conan.
"tom watson" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie
"No because i'll tell you why because like three kids okay and so to me travelling is the like the thai make it to be alone sure and lesson with travelling i'm traveling with them yet to listen to them the whole time right so now i don't i mean i love i let people but not enough to tom watson you to know that i go in hyogo in sunglasses headphones i want them to think i'm the unip bomber not the universe honor but they don't know that so they don't want art but i will say now i have to like full disclosure that i might in the future you might listen to some episodes ray do have to talk to people on airplanes suggests pretend like you didn't hear me say don't fans are going to be called sowing outwitted favour on the time like sweating and he died life while i'm a fan here's the deal this is me looking them my wallet looking for receive because like i receive on you owe you might have and while you were travelling yeah i know but i didn't have mazda with a man and you're married him i know you had and ad baby why i no longer talked to people but had smart that's good i'm open i mentioned a meeting anybody at an airport or wherever possible way host of a guys with our next one doughnut pillows doughnut pillows or you someone who is like a need that thing on my neck i don't care how looks i don't care i'm going to hang a sign this is wake me up for snacks like i'm good with that year well fun fact icelandic air they have little sticking its you can put in your thing that say wake me up first now so that's a little rabah transaero yeah that's pretty great oh go to ice.
"tom watson" Discussed on Channel 955
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