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"vedra" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Hey, Welcome to a special black Friday edition of the John and can show what is special about it. They aren't here. In case defies very own fork reporter Niels A. Vedra and me, Dean Sharp, the house whisper. You know, we could, of course, dig into the news of the day with insightful commentary and earnest opinions. But hey, It's the day after Thanksgiving, So let's face it pretty much whenever Neil and I get together. We just want to talk about home projects and food. So 18 Do I have to whisper the whole time? No, you don't. It's just a nickname. Oh, You don't want to pretend to be my nickname. Trust me. Uh, that is the fabulous Neil Sir Vedra joining us here today. I'm so excited but about spending next four hours with you. I was talking to someone the other day, and I said the funny thing about this, You know, I do the fourth report. You do the house Whisper our home with the insurance house Whisper the longest name. Okay. No, You didn't have to start with that again. I will tell. You know, I'm just telling you I've never seen the name of a show with so many commas, however. The funny thing is, I would put money on the last six months that I have had work tools in hand and building more than you have and you have cooked. More than I have probably in the last six months. You're probably right because we actually finished up our own. Remodel it last year. Yeah. Which point I just started cooking again. Yeah, but my selection I thought about that you and I have a lot of similar loves and interests. And we are renovating our century home, so not only renovating, but You know, in the process of going through restoring on which is very different as you know, than just doing a remodel or something like that when you're dealing with a house with old bones and stuff. You don't want to take too much out. You want to try and restore, rather than replace all these things. So you finished last year? I think it was around April of last year, right? Yeah, Yeah, it was it. Yeah. Oh, November, Tina tells me it was November. I don't remember. Trust her concept. Women are smarter. We're basically dogs and without a leash were stupid. That's why we pee on trees. But yes. Oh, so we've been in the same boat that way, but I see what you cooked, and we talk about food all the time. So I thought, how funny because we're probably in switched roles as of Lately. So what's on your mind, buddy? I have so many things on my mind today, you know, I would thought I would start with talking about What have become my two big rules for holiday decor. Which I hope that people will kind of embrace number one. Rule number one. De clutter. The damn house before you decorate. Okay, there is a there's a very famous British textile designer. He was a poet. Not he was a Renaissance man. Ah, William Morris, who did a famous quote famous in the design and architecture community, And he said this have nothing in your house that you don't know that you do not know to be useful. Were believed to be beautiful. Oh, way. Way way. Wait a second. If my wife listening, that means I'm out. Great. I'm gonna be going to be on the porch tonight. Oh, honey, I was listening to what Dean said. And you'd wait till in either of the category. I know you're not beautiful, but you're telling me inside. If you did deep enough, I'm beautiful. You just have to go through a lot of layers. It's a lot of digging, man. Yeah, That's what my doctor said when I got no joke. The first thing he said, my doctor, would they put it in your kidney was we had to go deep. Just call me fat, Doc. You don't need to, but we had to go deep way like it would be. And it wasn't there. You know, this is we have a service. That Where we store things. I used to store them close by in a really beautiful old like one of the oldest and most gorgeous storage systems here in Los Angeles. If you look at the history of Los Angeles, you can find it. It actually had a speakeasy. And one time in the twenties, it we just had mob stuff, all kinds of crazy stuff. And you'd go in and it's normal and you, you take your goods there and they store and then you take him out, right? I got tired of that, because, as you know, I like to decorate When you have this stuff. It's constantly constantly going picking up on all of these things. So we got a new storage company that drops it off for a fee and then picks it up, right. And in that process, our rule is just what you said. Right now. Dean. It's When things come back, we go through them. See what we're using. And what we're not get rid of. So that less goes back into storage than came to us and forgot. Yeah, absolutely. And that's just the stuff we're putting up, let alone right. You know, looking through the house and say G'day. Does it spark joy? Exactly So, yeah, And my point is, you know, we all have to, even if you're minimalist, and you try to be a minimalist, which team tonight? I mean, we're not minimalist, but we actually try to keep things literally. According to that rules much as possible. You have beehives. You have beehives. You have chickens. How is that mental? How is there? Not in the house? I'm talking there somewhere on the property Minimalist is not having livestock. I didn't say it was the middle. I'm saying I'm not. I'm not. But inside the house. We.
"vedra" Discussed on TED Talks Daily
"In april. Two thousand and twenty. I made what many perceive is a risky decision volunteered to be deliberately infected with covid nineteen. This infection would be part of what is cold. A human challenge show where young healthy people given a vaccine and then deliberately exposed to the virus that causes covid. Nineteen these trials help. Researchers figure out more quickly if a vaccine is working. I think this research is crucial. Because today i'm going to speak to you for six minutes in that time. Roughly twelve hundred and fifty people will be confirmed infected with covid nineteen twenty. One people will die and then this pot repeat hour after hour and day by day until we're able to vaccinate most of the eight billion people affected but squabble crisis. Scientists have been working around the clock to make those vaccine's reality. But what should we do when the human cost of waiting for vaccines is rising by the day. This is a human challenge shells. Come in the different from the traditional phase. Three bucks trials taking place now where people are given a vaccine or placebo. An oss to go about their everyday lives. Researchers have to wait to see how many people in each group become infected until enough of them get sick. We don't have enough data to know whether a vaccine is working. Finding effective vaccine with this method can take months sometimes years and it requires thousands of volunteers. A challenge tall works foster because research control exposure instead of waiting for people to get sick so instead of a year we could know in as little as a month whether a vaccine seems effective instead of thousands of volunteers a challenge shawl relies on just fifty to one hundred because we know if a sudden when people are exposed and develop disease. These trials also allow us together data about the early stages of infection and our response. This data is impossible together in any other way especially for people who become infected but never showed symptoms. This knowledge is important for designing policies. That limit covid nineteen transmission. The time saved translates into precious month's headstart on manufacturing getting a small working covid. Nineteen vaccines scenes foster. These trials are useful even their recent phase through results on encouraging. The arrival of the fuss vaccine is going to be a monumental breakthrough. it just isn't quite the fairy tale ending role harping full. We're going to need multiple vaccines because we just don't have the infrastructure needed to immunize eight billion people on the planet with just one kind. Each type of back seen requires its own special process and equipment to make store and deliver it if we had multiple working covid nineteen vaccines. We could make use of all of our equipment at the same time. Some of the leading candidates need to be kept extremely colds before they live limit to people. This can be really hard especially in countries where there isn't reliable electricity or a secure method to store them. Scientists have been using human challenge. Charles for hundreds of years. They've sped up the development vaccines against typhoid and cholera. And i've helped us better understand how immunity develops to things like the flu. Malaria and dengue gay with use them for other types of coronavirus. Before there's been a lot of debate about whether challenge charles a too risky. I happen to think that those risks of taking a challenge trial would recruit young and healthy participants think between the ages of twenty and twenty nine fewer than one percent of people in that age group need to be taken to hospital after becoming infected with covid nineteen likely even lower in a challenge trial because researchers check to make sure that participants have no pre existing conditions. The risk of a young healthy person dying of covid nineteen is around five thousandth of a percent
"vedra" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Things food beverage brand beyond I'm you're well fed host Neil. Sir Vedra. How do you do? Just a really neat Saturday. The weather. It just is starting to feel like we're going into the holidays. We start talking about Thanksgiving and all of those things, of course. Ah, Coast is her playing Christmas Music star Sister station go, so we're in it to win it this year. I even looked at my wife Tracy last night and I said, honey. Let's just bring the stuff from storage and let's just put it up. Now, let's just let's just start. Let's make this happen. There's been a lot of the reason why there's been a lot of stress a lot of anxiety, and I get that. You know, and you know, it's not just politics. I think the system works. It's wobbly and wonky at times, But I'm proud to be an American, no matter how things go, and so I'm Thrilled to see the system work. I think the America wins anytime we get to vote. But doesn't mean that there isn't stresses around the holidays bring him anyways, but also the pandemic and how people are going to do this, so we brought our friends. Kelly clamp on She, of course, is with the whole purpose. You could find out more at the whole purpose dot com. Hello, my friend. How are you? Good. It's nice to see you kneel. Yeah, Good to see you. So we're more and more. We're doing the zoom thing because it's so weird to not be in studio, so I appreciate you taking the time. And to, you know, not have wing around because I don't need to see his face. So the problem But but time what? That so we're and we're talking about finding ways that because you have a lot of connections to food and whether it be things that Are rid of, you know unnecessary chemicals or things that are considered better for you things like this, But you also as the whole purpose denotes. Like to cover the whole person and you've got a vet coming up that we want to make sure people knew about Thank you. Yes, it's tapping to come with stress and anxiety coming up this Thursday, the 12th at or a flock. It's a virtual events so you can find out more like he sat on the whole purpose dot com Tapping is an ancient are formed. That actually, naturally con stress and anxiety. You utilize different pressure points on the face in different parts of the body and literally just tap. And it naturally calms the nervous system. We have an amazing hypnotherapist Father David from Newport hypnotherapy. That will be teaching the art of actually yet T. But it's the same as tapping. She worked with us on two different events. She's amazing and really a plethora of knowledge on mindfulness and coming anxiety. And I think that we're all in a time right now that Anxiety is just running, whether we like it or not. We're in an anxious, feel filled time. You know, and I know we've had you on many times and I've joked with you in the past because of my theology background and my logic and philosophy background. There's a lot of things. I don't see eye to eye with people on certain therapies or stuff like this there, but I think people need to explore them. Interestingly enough, this particular one I want to add something to. I've done a lot of studies about on the concept of hypnosis through many different fields of curiosity as I grew up. From my interest in sleight of hand and certain magic techniques. Hypnosis always played a part in those things, right? And I have found that through all the studies that I've done To find it to be something not only fascinating, but that there is a real science behind it. That makes me very curious. I want to say that And then Secondly, my studies in the martial arts, learning and understanding pressure points as they pertain to self defence and like that there is a lot more to things like this or Acupressure in acupuncture. Then people might believe I believe so. I wanted to make that note that there although there are things that I go, that's not my cup of tea, and I'll tell you why. That this is an area to me. That is not gray. It's definitely leans to a darker than gray area. For me. This is something that I've explored for a while and and think that there's a lot of validity. I don't know. Heather David, particularly, but I think there's a lot to this and and I would encourage people to do their own homework and know that even me as somebody who's been a skeptic of many things, believes there's a lot to one touch. Touch is one of the most powerful things we have. 22 pressure points and the hypnosis has I think some power not for everybody, but there are people that are more susceptible that have, really, um That have really gained a lot from it. So I think this should be a fascinating event. So what else can they expect for the day? I will show. We're going to have a conversation. She's gonna teach us how to do tapping and then she's going to have everyone go on you and do she's going to guide us through hypnotherapy that Actually leads you to wear any anxiety stems from so everyone's going to close their eyes. They can turn their camera off one zoom and we'll go through the whole process. It's going to be at done this before with other. It's amazing it really Has taken me to a new level. As you know, I'm an a type personality. I run high and I definitely high energy and I definitely have anxiety issues now one day and I've worked with her and it's worked out great, and that's why I won't share it with others. And one part but I love the most is our proceeds for the event go to crime survivors, which is amazing.
"vedra" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The fourth report. How you doing? Thanks for hanging out. I am your well fed host, Neil, Sir Vedra. How do you do on this lovely Saturday afternoon? Slowly kind of shaking off the weight of those fires and everything else going on. I know there's still going on. We are aware of it all of that earthquake last night. It just Ah. The passing of Ruth Gator, Bater Ginsberg, and you have holy days going on this weekend next weekend. Andi. It's just so much going on. It's just continues to get crazier and crazier and crazier. You pause for a second go. Holy Crap. It's September 19th. We're looking at the holidays. We're looking straight at the holidays right now, Going into Halloween. Very strange hollowing going into Thanksgiving Course. Christmas and Hanukkah and As we look towards these things. It's the normalcy is not going to be a word. We're going to use any time soon. But even weird stuff like Peeps. I'm not a big fan of peeps and really not wrong with you. It's a great It's the grittiness. I don't even know that they're shit like it's like 200. Grit. Sandpaper on the outside of of Ah, Marshmallow just creeps me out it melons, But here you go, Amy. Sorry to have to tell you, but no Halloween, No Christmas or Valentine's Day peeps. Oh, I know I already here because they're they're getting ready for a huge demand for Easter Peeps, apparently. Yeah, because that's that's when they're big to do is is Easter. So they figure rather than trying to scramble to get you know, Halloween and stuff like that out that creepy looking pumpkin and the weird ghost They figure they're just going to bypass this get focused for the big Easter push. So so be it. So you're not gonna have your creepy peeps? I'm sorry. Are those tears. I'm here. Big crocodile tears. Big hook Crocodile Bigelow, Alligator Tears they go, sir. Cute. Come on, there are they're cute. It's the Jackal Enter. That's a little weird. That's really weird in the Christmas ones are kind of stupid to Yeah. No. Give me your money any day. Hey, Google. Stop. Problems with your personal assistant. Oh, my God. The only thing Maura obnoxious than Google. Is that girl on the way, Zap. Jay's I mean her tone. I don't know. I have a reaction to it like Like she see it sounds familiar, and it makes my stinker tighten up to make me feel like Oh, my God. Do you have your speakers on like in your house? What you mean Google? You're pining for those who don't know Amy is the our very own A B king is the voice of ways, which is why I'm poking at her because that's fun for me. Come on, Eli can get you anywhere in the That's the weirdest thing is like having Amy Tell me where to drive. Everywhere you go. Ah, quickly. One more quick story. We come back. We'll get into October fest and what that's going to look like. Here in California coming up. Who's Who's still got events planned. Who doesn't wear to find out if you're curious about those things, but Pepsico You know, when you think of the soda pop and all that. You think caffeine, right? Well, they make you know Mountain dew to make all kinds of caffeinated drinks will now they want to focus on A beverage to help people relax, drift off into sleep. There's ah, some amino acid that the FDA has approved, called The nine some like that. The nine healthy A nine or some like that, and they've approved the supplement to be used for relaxation and is usually found in like green teas and things like that, But they've got this product. Called drift well that they're developing to ease angst and restlessness. On DH. Pepsico is looking into putting this out on the market. So it's like a rides me of that skit on Saturday Night Live many, many years ago about the puppy uppers and the doggy downers. It's like you're going to have one in the morning to get you, you know, peppy and running around and then you're gonna have to get their little little Pepsi Downer at night, She got Pepsi upper with a regular cola. And then you're gonna have the Pepsi Downer. Um And You know? Now it goes to show you what where we're going, dunnit. Like they're reading the reading The tea leaves right now, and they're going. Okay, People are going to need to relax because it's It's already nuts. All right, it is. Ah, it is the forecourt of Neil Survey Jerk. If I am 6 14 we come back. We'll talk about Octoberfest. What that might look like. Coming up here in in in in in in in and and you're not Octoberfest without the chicken dance? No, but we have to find out if we're doing it like via zoom or by ourselves in our house looking nuns, or if there's going to be a place to go do it. All right, let's get the latest news. Now. With Amy King in the newsroom, the latest.
"vedra" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Fourth report. All things food, beverage, eating out cooking at home and beyond. I'm you're well fed host Neil, Sir Vedra. How do you do? Hey, if you're not going to do the Our instagram live tonight that we normally do and that I do with my brother or Ah, quarantine speakeasy, Because quite honestly, it's just been a long, long ass week and Your good old buddy. Uncle Neil is Thai red. But I would love for you to follow me. If you're not on Instagram at Fork, reporter at Fork reporter on Instagram, and currently you can see a picture. I just posted of my dumb, ugly, bald ass on there with a mask that I made. So because I actually had to be a big boy put on big boy pants and go out this. Ah, this week looking you lie. No I wore. I wear shoes that did not slip on. And I had to put a button up shirt on and wear an undershirt and put on big boy pants and a mask. So yeah, it felt felt interesting. I wasn't interesting. Like what were you freaked out? What was what were you freaked out? Putting everything on No. Leaving your house. I know. Now you have been kicked out of their law cious. Just cautious. You know, You don't want to bring anything into my house. They don't have Tio and and I'd rather save You know, going out to see my mom or see my family on something like that, so, but otherwise all was great. But if you want to see my stupid mask that I made It, you know, really shows off my Aging punk rocker nous. So nothing more punk rock and wearing a mask, I guess, but good fun there. Now we're talking with Leonard Chan. We're talking about restaurant week on court goes through the 13th to the 26th. Wait a second. That's not a week. You know, we get tricked on that one. Also. Hey, Pam. That's not a weak at all more than merrier. Oh, man and looking at the website and the food pictures just reminds me of how lucky we are to be in Southern California with the talent that we have here. Check it out. Restaurant week dot com o c restaurant week dot com. And break down all the menus. You can see the restaurants and right now we're talking with Leonard Chan not only of the Iron press but of many restaurants, all of whom are participating. So he told us a little bit about the iron press. What's another thie? The shock, for instance, so I would let let me guess that's a pizza Police. Yeah, got Chinese food. So tell us a little bit about that and how you're participating with shock at Restaurant week on court Shuck were located at the mix, so that so coast Port Harbour Home. But you're pretty excited before this went down. We actually extended our patios. It is so we have a lot about receiving over there. But we're doing the first circuit, which we plan on adding to our from the menu, But we're doing Bellinis, which are Russian pancakes with smoked salmon mousse till a li Monroe. Yeah, that we were soon being one will re buying over calling me mash alongside a Maine lobster talk with car company But get out. I I wish you were. It was I could see your face, but I can't slap it. I'd like to slap it. That sounds wonderful. What temp? Are you serving? That we're doing? Everything everything. I medium where, but we finish it up on our flat top. So people wanted a little bit more a little bit higher temperature wouldn't do that would totally do that for anybody. You have to do that with Savi because it comes out looking like a newborn baby. And a little shit slap. Yeah. You want to see her that often get that caramelization on there. That sounds like a delicious combination. Yeah, we're doing great with the cheesecake and shoe chocolate on top, And then we're pairing with the glass of Cannibal cover name And you know what? It's funny as you describe that Leonard Thie. You know, we've all been in lock down in one form or another bare minimum. If you're working in your essential worker, you're going out. You're doing those things, but your Latin. Nothing's normal right now. It doesn't feel normal. But when you're describing Menu. I still have the same reaction is I would have a year ago just that that now more than ever to treat yourself to something that takes you on an adventure takes you somewhere else. Mentally emotionally with your taste buds. Whatever. And that that dish you just described would be one of those types of things that we just take you somewhere else and make you feel like you're not Bound to the circumstances so good on you. That sounds lovely. What's another location? I guess I'm speaking about getting away We have Ah Tiki bar called Stowaway, Tiki and custom. And as you know, that's all about escapism. So Wait. We remodeled our patio during all of this to to bring a lot of that inside love and tropical field to the outside patio right now, um, new lights new, like tiki huts and everything outside, but Were doing, um, a three course with with the cocktail or mock tell, But we're doing a tuna poke tunic OK on one ship in the region, a scallop, much obscure, which is begin. During the Braves charge you pineapple short rid, but we also have ahh vegetarian option for portabello steak, which materials and vegetables up with member Norden slices and slippers. Moment. Chuck, welcome fruit tart. And then we could have that cocker Taylor Montilla scorched, just blended.
"vedra" Discussed on Digging Deep with Robert Plant
"Tim Buckley. Song masterpiece. That's let's not badly the word it is just one of the most beautiful songs. What show. What how'd you relationships start with that song? Well Tim Buckley cut some amazing tracks way back there and And do a so many extremes in his performances sweetser end of. Credible. But that was really concise. Beautiful. WHO's not there's no nothing peripheral. No nothing at all except for the song and. Of course for put out version by the copter twins and. Think about it with listening was just A. It had a life and had another life and it will have forever a life. It's. It's like. September song or something like that. They songs are. Infinitely and. I wanted to sing it. Thing is I feel like a kind of glorified pub singer because I'm really I really like taking on songs like that. With the saving grace until recently, I was doing a version of nature boy and it's set these songs are like for singer to sing like that to get around that stuff. As much as I like. How we move. and. Driven by that sort of period of my and. And when you hear people. Saying like you know. Sing songs with such. Beauty it's incredible. And Yeah. There's an island off the coast of the called Vedra. and. It's one of the many islands they consider that ulysses was. He was tied to the master filled his ears with wax sosie. He couldn't hear the sirens and. Yeah, it's just infinitely beautiful song yeah. Sing with those guys plan and then. Each of them contributes such a beautiful thing too at the string pot johnny baggage. What at really good. Star. There's some I was. Looking this up earlier and there's He he appeared and performed on an episode of the MONKEES TV show in like nineteen, sixty, eight of easiness. Of Strange kaleidoscopic cartoon stuff and then Bang he comes on and does sung in the middle of the show and its jaw jaw-dropping the kind of. The cartoons Psychedelia to this incredibly emotive totally timeless performance. Yeah. And what I didn't know was that he was co written as well. Car Remember the name of the other guy but it just A. Lot of the time of far out. You know that's when you could say that and you meant it and a typical spouse with him now no I news boy a bit. Money a couple of times. Another. Amazing town of..
"vedra" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Is the fourth report. I am your well fed host Neil, Sir Vedra. How do you do? Thanks for hanging out today. It's a beautiful Saturday Got that weird, hazy vibe. Both from You know, both both from the You know, General Hayes but also from fires and stuff. So it ends up being kind of a funky look outside a little bit of wind. Moving things around out there. Check if it's safe for you to be out and about with smoke and everything like that could be bad. Like we need another reason to stay indoors. Right talking about combinations. My brother Craig is going to be pumping on a little bit to talk cocktails. We will be doing our quarantine cocktail corn teeth. Speakeasy rather live tonight at nine on Instagram. Please. If you're not following me, follow me on Instagram at Fork reporter at Fort Reporter and we'll go live to 99 always good time Last week, my brother and his husband were out. They like just a quick getaway in Montecito or whatever and I'll be damned if my brother Craig didn't whip up to masterful cocktails with on Lee. What they had in the mini bar. And grabbing a. I think a lime or lemon. We're both from the restaurant, local restaurant and he was able to live out a bunch of really great drink, So I'm not sure what we're going to do tonight, but it's always a good time. It is for adults only because we're talking about alcohol. And of course, brothers are stupid and little Ross, sometimes Talking about strange combinations of flavors and textures. This is one that I had not heard about, but I'm curious. So I like me A PB and J. Now I'm a grape jam guy. With my peanut butter. That's what I grew up on. Although my mom would get strawberry and different types of chance I wasn't into it. I know it was an adult that can do it now. But that wasn't my thing. So to take me back to being kids, always You know, uh, grape, the Concord Grape Jam. That's my thing, But this combination was interesting. Sarasota. Ah, the beloved Green Capt. Condiment. Mixed with your peanut butter. So the thought of spicing that up your peanut butter up. I could see because Sarah Sha is traditionally tangy. Get a little heat on the end. And it kind of goes through. That flavor path If you don't just get one thing, it kind of goes, starts out that Tang dips a little bit on gets into the spice but adding that with the fatty Nous of the peanut butter would be an interesting combination. So PB and J. Of course, but I'm trying to think what else you know you could do that. Well, if you're doing like Does it answer analog or something with some celery sticks, peanut butter that could work as well. Who's at my door? Hold on a second. People ring the doorbell. Um This part of broadcasting from home, I guess. So I'm gonna try that that peanut butter. I think that would be an interesting combination. And I wondering what to use that on like, maybe even Maybe on French toast, maybe on pancakes. That might be interesting. A little Suraj, a peanut butter, honey and french fries. I could see how that work that a lot of these things always go back to the sweet and salty honey and pizza. I'm not always create crazy about a sweet combination on pizza. I like that. Really anxious, cheesy, fatty. Wonderful, chewy goodness that you get from pizza, and I think anything sweet would kind of creeped me out. Well, there's some things worth trying for you hot sauce on your ice creams. Another one. You could put fruit in salsa, all kinds of things like that to check it out. All right. It is the fork Port deal. Saavedra Kay. If I am 6 40 let's get the latest news now from Amy King in the cave, I newsroom Thie.
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The Serena Slam Begins
"Tenth Edition of Roland Garros Relieved here with you on the tennis podcast, and it features all Williams. Sisters final from two thousand and two Venus Against Serena and we have just watched it, and it was the start of Serena Williams dominating and. It was it's been fascinating. We've watched little moments from all of their next three Grand Slam finals that would follow straight away as well, and it's just one of the great stories of tennis. The there's ever happened. Really the the Williams Sisters Story and it never ceases to intrigue me just to watch how they try to deal with the moments how to deal with the situation that they're in. And we're here to relive it with you on the tennis podcast Katherine how you doing I'm. Okay the same thanks David. In the same spot out there's. Nothing changes. In the same position as well. I'm so glad I bought my new office chair before. Episodes basically been here for. Ten straight days and Now. Beds right next door to it. Yes I two thousand and two. In two thousand two. What were you doing in two thousand and two things picks up on the family photo album front, Catherine O. F T. Year and I remember study leave coinciding exactly with the French Open. Which? Recouping Great. To treat. Filed for juggled manage that Juggling Act potentially better than you did in the lost years. I'm saying I didn't want to repeat any of my qualifications exactly ten years on from when from what I completely failed mine at. Two, thousand and two, you were six. Yeah, not too much to report really. Just getting on with it properties. Getting on. Roy David vs your this must have been your first years of freelance. Yeah left the ATP by this time, and I was going off to tournaments on my Just trying to wet for anybody you'd have me and yes I remember covering Rome shortly before this French. Open that. We're talking about right now. member covering Serena in interviewing hair and yeah is it was an interesting time? To be covering the sports in that way. And I. What's My I in that year for BBC Radio Five Live? So yeah, it was the start of a very different chapter. For me! And Yeah. There's so much going on in the tennis world. There was this crossover Rivera's, wasn't it? Because we we we still saying these head to head rivalries, but this one became more and more prevalent with every passing tournaments, and just to give you an idea of what else was going on in the world at that time in two thousand to the Queen Mother died. The all spoons premiered on MTV. Tamil Tigers in Sri Lanka. Government signed ceasefire ending nineteen years of civil war. And fifty percent of the UK population by now have Internet access. That one's for you Catherine thirty. Keep it partridge. What would I need to save for it? NOT TO BE PARTRIDGE? I was just thinking before you said the Internet thing always thinking Oh. This is on tricky today. Of taking a step up. and. Go my favorite bit. Getting used to it. So tennis wise. At this point, we have moved on a year from yesterday. Show when Jennifer Capriati when the French Open title, the rest of that year was dominated by Venus Williams. Who Won Wimbledon and the US Open beating Serena in the final? What has happened so far in two thousand and two Matt Well Jennifer kept `priority has defended her Australian Open title a tournament which Serena had to miss through injury and Venus Williams loss of the first ever to Monica salish. still whenever I see that Monica was still going strong in two thousand and two. That always kind of amazes me. Yes? Then they get on the hull courts and Serena really starts dominating. She doesn't actually she doesn't actually lose. A match competed national hard court in two thousand and two to start the season both sisters. Boycott Indian Wells for the first time following the racists incident in two thousand and one. That's a boycott that would go on until Twenty fifteen for Serena Twenty sixteen for Venus. And, then Serena gets her first tore level where against Venus in the Miami semifinals, six two six two and then announces a South was one of the favorites full the French, open by winning Rome beating Justyna non Jennifer Cat `priority so. That definitely you know. Venus is obviously dominated the before Serena's now really becoming a force Worth I'm actually wrote that they were threatening to tiger is. I think that being in terms of what tiger woods was doing. Ingolf at that stage just become such a dominant force and they were the they were. They were the driving force in the game. They were the biggest stoves, the biggest stories getting the biggest crowds and actually align i. read his that. Talks of combining the tools though bit like we've been talking about recently with this with this merger idea, but it was very much. Kind of the pay and coaching the Women's tool to relocate Ponte Vedra where they had their head offices and. Thinking that, it made sense for the ATP. Jomo thumbs alliant. Is that boils down to this on AC- went be around for much longer, and no other male player comes close to the international stardom of the Williams sisters. Why not try to get in on the action?
'Blue's Clues' Joshua Dela Cruz on Taking Over as Host
"Clues the kid show on on nickelodeon about a blue spot. A dog who lease pawprints as clues for her friends. The original host Steve Burns were a striped green rugby shirt. Charismatic Young Man with a lot of side I who can forget him. Blue's clues ended. Its original run in two thousand six but making his debut. Today in the reboot. Blue's clues and you is Josh delacruz. So you're the new host Josh. Congratulations how you feeling about the premier. Thank you so much. It's exciting we've been working on the show for for about a year now and and it's exciting to finally have it come out and have people watch it and get to know blue. So you're the first Asian American on the show your Filipino American when you were renounces host last year Josh many asian-americans took to social media instead yet. Big Thumbs up. How did you feel about that support? I'm so honored I never. I thought about being in this position. I never thought about working in children's television and I never thought that I would really be anyone that anybody looked up to. In in any sense of the word you know I I just try to do my best on the day to day but getting this opportunity to represent a demographic that doesn't usually usually get a lot of screen time in a nonthreatening foreigner way means a lot to me my favorite thing that I've heard so far is from from friends and their kids or their coworkers. Kids is that he looks like me. And that's something that I never really experienced growing up especially in a children's show and I. I think that maybe shut off some doors to me in my mind because I never saw myself represented And so I never thought like Oh. I'd love to work on the show one day. It was so how important to my childhood. I would love to return that favor so I gotta say you watch blue's clues as a kid. I watched it as a parent and many parents having spoken with a lot of parents about this. They love the show. Because Steve was the draw he was kind of Vedra. Hit great presence and timing. Does it feel like you can be yourself with blue's clues in can you or do you feel somehow driven capture. What Steve Head? I think as far as I would try. I'll never be Steve Burns. Just because I'm I am who away and and that was definitely a worry when I found out that I got the job even when I was auditioning one of the most health things that happened. Is that Steve. Burns pulled me aside during a work session before we ever got set and he said I just want to let you know just wanted to tell you personally that we hired you because we love you and we love what you do and we. We don't ever want you to feel any kind of pressure to try and do anything that I or Donna. Who Played Joe his brother? Anything that we did you can totally be yourself. This is your house now. It was those words that really gave me permission and really the confidence that is so cool. Say That oh my gosh you know. When I first met him house immediately I was terrified but then he opened his mouth and in person yes such a resonant voice and you know it's like James Earl Jones saying Luke Doc? I'm your father but he goes. Hey Man and I was transported to when I was watching the show with my little sister and I felt important Porton. I felt like I was meant to be there. And he is that presence in real life when he's talking to you he just hands over the power and I hope that I can do that. FERN entire new generation of kids. So you're the only human on the show. Does that make an even bigger responsibility for you connecting with US kids. Do you know it's so funny because the home viewer is the main character. They are the entire focus of the show and everything in our script every piece of animation. Shen every color every game every note that I get about my performance comes from a childhood development background and because they WANNA help kids which is why I think they updated the name. Blue's clues a new because it's it's just as interactive as it was when it premiered in ninety six but this the emphasis is really on the home mhm viewer. Because I personally can't move forward without their help without them. Talking me on screen well. Congratulations Again Josh Delacruz. The host of blue's clues is and you premiering today on
"vedra" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"My dog digs dirt is back. We're talking about a wonderful organization canines for warriors. Let me ask you something. Is it hard to choose the match. I should say. 'cause I always wonder about that. I know you're carefully plays it. Yes. It is. It is a very careful placement. And what happens is the the warrior operations team, which does all the interviews and working on getting everyone's scheduled and checking on them because we have a fifteen month waiting list right now. Veterans coming into the program and the whole goal is to keep working harder to get more dogs. So we can train them and get that list down. But so they work really hard on knowing the person in the veteran coming in with that application and talking with them in the screenings, and and then they work carefully with the kennel staff on finding the dog that they think is going to work the best for that home in that person's personality and every once in a while, you'll have one that isn't the right match, and they will do a switch really quick. They usually within a day. It's not gonna work out. But it is pretty amazing how well they have it to fine tune science there. And I mean what a win win situation when you first began where people skeptical thinking, well, really how can this work? Yeah. I heard from our founder that people did say it's gonna fail. This isn't gonna work. There's no way it's gonna work that, you know, the shelter dogs are too scarred themselves they've been through trauma. And you know, it's just there's there's no way that you're ever going to make this work at, but you know, what we find. It's almost like the fact that you're rescuing the dog, and they rescue the words they heal and bond together, and they say each other I love that. And who are the trainers are trainers. They're fantastic. We brought them in from all over and the you know to ramp up to get more trainers. We've actually started an apprentice program where if a person wants to have that end goal of being a canine trainer. Just so we can, you know, get more and they're hard to find. They can start out just kind of working with the dog. Then walking them doing the canine exercising cleaning, the kennels, and they can slowly move them way up to where they start getting more and more apprentice hours worked nice training with the other trainer. And then that is that's become our new way of finding and training additional trainers. So we can ramp up the program, my listeners should know that too because that's something they might want to get involved in the Lutely, right? I mean, so we're going to give your website and everything I just wanna ask you. It's at no cost. This is amazing. So you probably having fundraisers and looking for donations, ma'am. Can we doubt you how can our listeners help you? Well, time talent and treasure. Or the ways we asked people to help if you're in our area Ponte Vedra, and that kind of thing we could obsolete use your help in in being an ambassador to our program or the kindle enrichment and seeing the kennel if you have a special talent we look for that need as well. But treasure is always needed. That is your financial support. We do not take government money. So we're completely. Supported by the wonderful generosity of private donors. So make a Danish or come guard dog that is where twenty two dollars a month. And that number twenty two is very significant to us because that's how many veterans are committing suicide each and every day you can become a guard dog, and that's just the twenty two dollars a month pledge to our program. Well, it just makes such a difference in people's lives. And we're talking about men and women in these Rayan rave, you know, they all just serving our country and just really deserve this. So I really applaud you. Let's tell people where they can find you and get in touch with you. Maybe if they know somebody that needs the program or they want to they want to donate all of those things go to.
"vedra" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The universe that. If I could plus we have some I would like that. And a million dollars cash. All right. Too bad. I'm not into the secret. Otherwise that might come true. No secrets crap. But I wish it is. Not thank you so much Neil. You're talking nonsense. No, the secret is crab, change your life. Change your thoughts. Oh, yeah. Actually, reverse that change your talk. Yeah. But I you have to change Oprah's thoughts because that's why everybody does it. You're not changing your thoughts. You're doing it. Because Oprah said to do. Oh, okay. Oprah put it into the universe. And then you sucked it up. It's the same book. It's been written for for decades under different names, thinking, grow rich psycho pick all of it. I didn't write this book. Was on her list and every list, and so every woman known to man went out and buy it and a few guys. Yeah. Does your friend told you to get it? 'cause she watches Oprah new Neil. There's a movie version if you're not into reading. Yeah. Movie. I'll tell you the secret. Okay. Here you go for free don't have spending money. Here's a secret. There's no secret. You're just buying a book. Maybe you're just not in on it. Oh. Open. You guys wish to work with me? Of the universe. It is the worker Fordham. Nielsen Vedra, let's get the latest news now, I wish for news. I wish for news. I wished for news for making a KFI.
"vedra" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"See top tier team would bolster their bowl lineup as well is yes certainly i think i understand there's a would brett said there is really critical if you if you play the first weekend it's it's you might as you're competing with people shopping malls the second weekend is is the real deal bread i remember i think it was two years ago we were together taking ponder vedra at the bowl alliance or whatever the college football bowl group and i got the impression i was only there for an hour spoke i i left you were there i know covering it and i just got a bad feeling about the health of of the of bowl games take us inside what's what's really going on with college football bowls and i'm not talking about the top tier i'm talking about after that you're right pumpkin that's that's one of the is because for instance the the number of bowls that will be allowed by the ncaa per conference will take the sec for example so they're allowed temple games affiliations and that's not include the sugar bowl so that means if the sec has eleven bowl eligible teams and they do not have a team make the college football playoff or any of the other new year six games then they will be able to fill out all levin their spots where we obviously no that's not going to happen so the sec on on average the past four years average more than two teens they got pulled up so when you have eighteen pulled up that means if you're if you've got the sec number ten time that means you need thirteen conference teams to be bowl eligible or you're not going to get an sec team and so that's some of the challenges for the for the bowls that are on the back end of these power five conference bowl affiliations if you're slotted to get se seats.
"vedra" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"That's what it's there for we have only had since had people doing some in the bathroom they was doing whether it's man sexually assaulting people whether it's women harassing trans women we have owned the who was the real threat who is white people that used to have lynch miles are the ones that cross the street when they see a black person walking down it like what does that mean to here you can't have it both ways republican candidate for congress in california in california if y'all vote this motherfucker in god field us sell confronting a transgender woman using the women's bathroom at denny's in los angeles now it's already demeaning enough that anyone had to use the bathroom at it didn't is come on the dennis y'all should have been together solidarity just from that like we are both in we have made horrible where else for the two hundred nine right horrible we got cooking at least upgrade at hop drink costa cup pancakes drink costa pancakes they got them all flagging also for eggs exit there's more salt than egg like huda fuck to eat there and y'all got you got the nerve to feel some kind of way about the bathroom at our fucking denny's jasmina vigia vedra who was campaigning for seat in california's forty four district stream the incident on facebook go out so you went in there that's where do they call it pre med that's pretty bad charge a phone on winning the stars from shit i'm trying to use the ladies room there's a man here claimed mr andor somebody claiming that he is a lady vedra said entering the bathroom and filming outside the stall you're invading my privacy the transgender woman inside the star that here is in the style was right there like like a woman bathroom right it's private right did you can do whatever it is you need to do you know 'cause a lot of women go through a lot of shit right you're and my privacy because i'm a woman deserted used a woman's let relates room she responded stopping you from doing nothing now anyways did kicking the stall door down between both bathrooms my feet on both mind new.
Boston Celtics Throttle LeBron James, Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 1 Win
"Forty seven fifty seven five forty six on news talk eleven ten nine three wbz t bo thompson jim zoki lot of golf this weekend lot of basketball this weekend it was good sports weekend but they weren't close as the celtics win and does golf webb simpson rudy forever it was terrible it was good stuff and just ruined by the outcome opening game of the eastern okay celtics nobody gave me the eastern conference finals boston led by twenty one points in the first quarter coasted on from there marcus morris one points for boston we'll help you to hold lebron james to just fifteen points this team team effort man it's not it's not just me everybody played it apart and garden he's the best player in the game you need multiple guys team to guard him the entire game you did a great job jaylen brown twenty three points for the celtics meanwhile washington capitals of to nothing in the eastern conference finals and the hockey playoffs six to over tampa bay yesterday charlie resident webb simpson wins the players championship at vedra florida finished eighteen under wins by four strokes first tour victory and four and a half years gastonia herald barnard the third finishing tied for seventh had mine is twelve and tiger woods was minus eleven baseball nights win a walk off over durham three to baltimore scored the most runs exporting three years seventeen one over the raise red sox by blue jays three giancarlo stanton goes four for four with a home run yankee six two of over oakland phillies four mets to national sixty four over the diamondbacks and the braves edged the marlins for two three three time nfl coach chuck knox has passed away at the age of eighty six diamonds direct with the free lifetime warranty on every purchase no charge ever for sizing cleaning and routine maintenance diamonds direct the carolinas drake diamond importer jim zoki news talk eleven ten ninety nine three wbz sports.
"vedra" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Mickelson's post quote which i just wanted to repeats everybody quote i actually really like i think nobody does kinda slightly overweight middle aged guy better than me in this says exactly who i am ariffin to pretty good yeah as a slightly overweight middle aged guy myself i have to applaud phil mickelson right now where are they playing right now where is this ponte vedra beach florida right near jackson yeah so i would do here's a guy somebody heckled that do you have a meeting after this nice somebody at that somebody wrote a lot of people were yelling love the sleeves love the buttondown adam dude here's another guy says mickelson looks like he's squeezing nine holes after work yeah there you go nice so did you see it cuffs the shirt putting on the green will pay you for the brand is called mizzen and main and there they go they just got a free plug and you know sometimes things cats does this mean people are gonna start trotting out the button down long sleeved shirt well hell in the old days if you look at the pictures of old tom morris in the eighteen sixties and scalise enough a full on three piece suit these guys you to play suits so i guess there is some sort of some sort of historical tie in there here's another guy just has anyone told phil mickelson has stupid his shirt looks reading all the twitter reaction pain he goes shoot seventy nine tiger shoot seventy two and it's just kind of it's just kinda over not over but it sort of is not what it was it's never going to be what it was it's not know what it was i was once in a lifetime thing but that was a.
Oklahoma City Thunder's Nick Collison - I'm retiring from competitive basketball
"In johnston here's gary thanks bonnie thanks van good morning everybody big ten softball postseason tournament got started last night i would defeated ohio state five to one down in bloomington indiana behind allison do scenes fifteen strikeout performance the hawks move on to the quarterfinals to take on northwestern tonight it was a little noisy state edging northern iowa four three in the missouri valley conference tournament opener nick collison is retiring after fifteen nba seasons all with either seattle and now oklahoma city college since best year was in two thousand seven when he averaged ten points ten rebounds for his career average six points on fifty three percent shooting born in orange city of course he started high school at iowa falls and at the university of kansas so nick collison retiring after fifteen nba season let's turn to golf whereas act johnson is one under par after the opening round of the players championship tpc sawgrass and vedra beach florida there is a logjam at the top that other johnson dustin yeah the world's number one he's in a group of a half a dozen at six hundred par he's joined at the top of the ladder by webb simpson matt kuchar justin hanley alex norton and patrick kennedy tiger woods evenpar after one round phil mickelson plus seven i'm gary dolphin newsradio ten forty who seven fifty three whol i read something that that was interesting i want to tie this in with something that you told us about the last couple of days bonnie first of all national geographic has named twenty eighteen the year the bird hold you heard okay but the effort is taking place in iowa as well did you know that there's a program called bfi bird.
"vedra" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Don't believe there's any indication that that's the case with baker just the one public drunkenness but i mean menzel has other issues that are far bigger than his laziness when it came to football and i'm hoping you're right and like i said i'm going to stay positive with good it's it's a weight vedra for me share thing about most of these quarterbacks that they probably wouldn't have gone high if there wasn't such a need as high because there are a lot of them are projects they're waiting see guys maybe not gonna start at all in their first season i hope this is the one michael thank you so much yeah i mean there's always a risk involved and certainly when you look at these quarterbacks each of them has strengths but each of them has some major flaws baker according to john dorsey was the best quarterback in this draft the best college quarterback overall obviously the heisman trophy winner and they're believing that was some training with the right teaching that he can be a professional and be the longterm answer he puts eyeballs on the browns and he puts butts in the seats so that's one major checkmark next to him he's he's electric lover hate him everybody knows who he is he's a household name all right so coming up we'll talk more about the draft i'd love to get some of your calls into your tweets a law radio andrew bogusch is here in studio please forgive me for not knowing this but who is your favorite football team the new york football giants.
"vedra" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men
"In the complex perfect therefore is cannon warpath is in fact a bear literally all the time this is as distinct from earth the major who is a bear who can turn into a naked man right exactly i mean i have that power to not the bear part just the other part but anyway that brings us to the second new member of our team farrell farrell is a morlock who is basically an ultraviolent ultra 90s as he x y sexy version of wolf spain except that she is sort of a furry all the time instead of just part of the time than we have shatter star the 90s this warriors at every did '90s he's from the moju verse we're law shut us from but like maybe in its future although he has soared with parallel blades which seems impractical but does look pretty cool also the creative team on this is clearly at this point unsure as to whether or not he knows how to count it's inconsistent even in the first few issues of the series i love sattar star like i came into this kind of with with we'll take all is shatter started his stupid parallel swords but after a couple issues i really enjoy him like he's he's kind of emblematic of the book as a whole yet just kinda gotta take him for what he is enjoy the ridiculous and run with it without expecting much depth below yeah because that's the thing with shatter star oh sorry with vedra seven he's ernest lake what you see is what you get or what you see is wow says you got a number any its name exactly drilled vat jyle now we do have one slightly more dignified new addition to the team that being domino we're gonna find out later that this isn't actually domino this is specifically copycat pretending to be domino but that's not introduced a for now as far as we know and as far as x force and table no this is domino she is an old buddy of cables she's got great luck lots of guns and one big spot over one i rate uh oh hey speaking of new domino series coming out soon i'm psyched about.
"vedra" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
"Ooh in subscribe to top twenty news channel and press the now like to never miss an update friedrich parks and shimer more dating well that is what the attorney is telling the world any way after showing the web her fabulous speech body the formerreal housewives evatt landis star shared a picture that some labeled fake where she is sharing a romantic moment with mr more the photo that apparently was taken on the set of watch what happens live shows the mother of two kissing moores neck while the picture itself was enough to have people shaking their heads and asking what is going on the caption created even more confusion the famous attorney shared the look on hash by face when you tell him tonight is your night ed swaps premiers on that cb as tv and i quote walt that tennine seen umbro one hash baby girl tune n set your dvr yes you have read correctly parks called more by earlier this year the pair was on an episode of watch what happens live they cast passionately and said they would not mind going a date the comments about the more and parks romance are crazy one person said all kinds of fabulous city here baby i'm here for it to mad love my feet or keeps getting better with time at favor brooks vedra you are so gorgeous and you're precious cute intelligent sons are lucky to have a mom like hugh thanks for all the lasse over the years atl will always be home for me another comander explained right dude needs some mp in his lifedot he's not gonna wanna go nowhere natural beauty is the best beauty i'm happy that he didn't take an elbow it's fake documents says her baby daddy why not find some one two looks just like him some say this is a sweet story to get her back on not one person who shares that thinking stated chill this is so fake she will do anything for attention whether good or bad doubt this can't be wowed.
"vedra" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"Although bigger faster stronger is how they are describing hurricane erma headed towards the miami eastern coastal florida that means west palm broward county now is ordering an evacuation that means the highways um by ways of florida going to be jampacked it it almost looks like even by what day would that be monday at eight am when it's close to jacksonville probably in the orlando area and that's where it's going to hit as the cat four we believe at least that's what the forecast is now and now hundred and fifty mile an hour sustain winds and it's gonna stay and hugged the entire state of florida i mean literally it's going to be the eye of the storm bright over all of florida it looks like it's gonna hit on sunday about eight am and then it looks like by monday eight a m 24 hours later should be up in and around the orlando area headed up and moved making a rightward tilt just missing the outer part of the panhandle and into the jacksonville ponte vedra area of uh of florida a bottom line is if you live in florida you're gonna get hit and that's how it looks as of today look i know it's far out but this is a very very serious hurricane that's headed that way and i know a lot of people that are evacuating and the roads are going to be horrible and as going to be miserable and you're gonna be hot and tired and rural traffic and i only advice he has put your patient had on an and just the sort of like when i get into a brand new studio i know one i have a new studio like the one wherein i know the first week is going to be tweak hell we're going to have to tweak this tweak that this isn't gonna work the computers not gonna work something's going to jam up at some point something's going to break somebody's gonna pressed the wrong button and everybody is going to get expect me to get irritated and i give everybody an entire week of just i don't say anything not a word i say anything week one when we started the new studio stood this doesn't say anything to honor those in our area now you were you were a prince i should have told the story yesterday about sunshine i am i regretted it i.