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05:28 min | 10 months ago

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"Because of the skiing helped me with the balance on the bike. So i was really enjoying on these. We used to do the quite big cycling events where we'd be raising money for a charity cycling for about two weeks on the bike an these. What do the perez do the mountains in the apps and things like that on the downhill of sexual. They used to love going far so or get into a tuck position on the bike. Get up to about eighty five kilometers an hour on a regular basis. So i was very comfortable with it. A learn the lesson quite harshly. Two thousand seventeen me two thousand seventeen. I was just in the uk trading for a bike event which was doing with these guys doing downhill nia reading debris area just just on the downhill. Section of a front tire blew out. Did about seventy five seventy six kilometers. Now i hit the concrete really hard. I was in pretty bad. Why i sort of twisted my lover leg Away written shoulder out on the kid. And then i broke my hip. Sing quite places so it was given i blitz job in today's in hospital. I think it was a real long recovery. I've got back to skiing in a very briefly. So at the end of april two thousand eighteen six surgeries. Add could still fill the bits from it. You know my right knee pretty won't be disabled. Malek shoulder ended up having three surgeries on night. A tendon transplant on the superstar. Nita's so that took a long time to get better but enough. It was the fear factor as well. Because i was getting nine fries because i had this moment my hit the ground. I didn't get knocked unconscious and our traffic. So kroger south 'cause also debate road and it was a junction of his crew to the edge of the road and i was i was in law paid at baseline that gave me a lot of psychological issues. I ended up going to get therapy for movement. Desensitization reprocessing basically you know they. They've used on people that suffered the psa Situations that i. It's quite famous thing about using a lot now for trying to get people to kind of talk will desensitized memories and incredibly believe in it when this lady was doing this therapy with me. It was was fantastic back on the bike. I ended up doing a cycling of any june. Two thousand eighteen with we went from. fema across the split in croatia. I cut it expecting it was going to kick it so bring back memories of On a win so white got me back into skiing a lot quicker because there's some very similar things you know we get skate. Cutting left and right at high speed very protective of my name because of the accident. Yeah it was. It was really useful. I've never never used therapy before. I totally Behind and i thought it was already massive benefit to get me back into life in general because i lost sleep over things over the exited the next few years we started to project this season the lot. More ski touring That we were doing so so we saw opening that out valley agent with. We're looking a lot more now. At the smaller. Little resorts like the micro isil that got these beautiful secrets faults. No one commercially goes on the big travel companies guy but because people have got more savvy looking at websites your your website for example we got a lot of.

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05:36 min | 10 months ago

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"I do get especially when trying to access slopes but we'll get across areas. I just saw the looking down on you. Do you called trip here. You make a mistake on the hike across the ridge could you. You're gonna free full so the things like that definitely things that. Bring me the fear. Now you've met skeeve lots of big names in sports and showbusiness and some of them have gone on to become your close friends. Alario former england rugby captain. Utah team to ski right. Yeah he's a big unit is a big unit without really came out to verbier introduced lawrence. Lawrence comes along the law stages. I guess you could save his rugby career and he came to me that winds up but he was still playing still it was so nipping out. Between games to the jury was meant to be doing it. Massive figure of a guy. always remember trying to get him skis he decides to team foot. I'll show what the international measurement of the size it is but it was very difficult and he learned very quickly. You know it just been coached by cirque live with would we seem to get on really well. He likes a method of coaching. Always wrote about our method of coaching mckee related to. He's skied was was incredibly three weeks. This guy was skiing. I'll put the before verbier to a real metro sportsman. Huge amount confidence. But what was funny about placebos so friendly with the general public bill going up to get an autograph and he would. He would give everybody the time but then at the night time i will be going to rob soya's by the the fire night. Oh my god in the the apres ski. That would go on in. This place was just something else that they're all you know. There were stories of a vessel getting a few rotations in a in a tumble dry machine in the in the some stuff you can't talk about set degree by the way we would have some very very very good nice very fond memories of lawrence but yeah great guy. He still skis with us here. Bobi cubs out on a regular basis. Pretty wild times when there was nothing Dive off the bow. And the well it goes you know how many times bus three been been in the faraday around the atmosphere. He's like a whirlwind is like it is a huge dwell with of energy. That just just just well it. Just i took the whole resort to as about it out of people. You've ski with your friends. With james blunt for example. And you ski with him. Gambling ta avenues a grace gear. James have skied with him and his data out here before. He's a passionate skier. Just that we bubby at the moment was any talking today about race skis. He's a a very technical skier because he's been brought up with the with the ski school here verbier with the army. You know those guys racing quite competitively. So he's a. He's a great skier to be around. I'd also like the things he's done for. Ba or amazing ski lift here. And he's done apres ski sessions for example going back to the fire. His ball away unexpectedly way. James is just got like a huge international number one hit with your beautiful just lost just jumps on the upright ski stage to an unaware audience. James bond is about to come out and play this. Massive number one's international top-selling musician plays and it was just again memories. The just never forget that you met a few movies on the line. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah skeet skeet with ski with a few people in the business definitely and a working on the show like the jump which is which is a big show in the uk at the channel..

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03:01 min | 10 months ago

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"We normally go the glass. You on the two pitches. The upper lower the lower disappeared. We couldn't use in the summer now that we ended up finding that it was closing three days out of the six days on average that people are looking to ski that so in two thousand twelve. We made the move we. We went across the triveni up. Tested it out. So what what they had because they had that extra sort of four hundred beaches up on talk. It really made a difference so we we've been stuck there since for me. It feels like the last year that still stelvio events like the last remaining sort of good kasey is because of that fight Different so yeah. It definitely is getting more and more difficult to find that heisler. Yeah i wondered if you had any stories to tell us of things have gone wrong for you skiing. Yes things have gone wrong. I think a lot has been injury based i mean. Don't you think of offense addressing of eastern birthday but that are getting to tell that story for data but they had the things have gone. Wrong are definitely injuries. Remember japan funny. What is kind of funny. Not funny. But i spent my kidneys tended skated japan. Two thousand ten eight for farranda. It was the most things i was game down with. A good friend of evolved nick. Nick southwood i. I was skiing. He was filming the tip of my ski co under a tree and win under the branch of the roots of the tree and mosquito didn't come off and Lunged forward but on the head this banging so the noise go off us. I don't i kind of do that. Might set my phillies. But then the with the security guys on the melted will be used for all schools because we had about seventy clydes out there and at that time two thousand ten of you aren't remember back in two thousand eight wiped out arrested. In japan scheme. Health piece took monday's loss and will in two thousand ten. That'd be very nice to us. Because of those relations may back back in the day and owner the security guys at my have helped me off the melted. We'll be used to tour around our guys in our groups of peace i was i was left with naked. Us they right. I can do this. you know. Structure to scale one leg. So i lifted my leg with a with a broken achilles inside skiing down and then we just got his picture. I could see the hotel at the bottom of this case is good at just pit over the edge and it was this huge muggle field and i was just i all god. This is the worst sort of by that time. I'm starting to get a big drain. That was one of the funny weighed against times in a be skiing. The have good frightened skiing. Or when you're in competition and you're going to st preview danville. Yeah i do. I do get frightened on mean the things friday usually the fact what happened to me when i had sold in two thousand and one i definitely remember like a bit of a change. Rav betas Idiot just going off doing anything. I started to get that feeling of light. Mike golic responsible for some money to start to think about it. And i she from bob and i started having a child without visit. I get that occasionally..

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04:38 min | 10 months ago

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"Rose and a lovely sunset. And i think that's good scheme as well. He's pretty important. That people understand the skiing. Not just one of my going downhill legend. His lunch absolutely. Yeah i mean obviously like adc environment. I think aside for pointed like you just said there but we've seen skiing fix people from the psychological point of view. You know the outlook on the space you look at. When you're looking at miles and miles of distance it does definitely feel like it clears the head know. It does for me sometimes. It's sort of a you know it can make things better officer of the ganor more so apart from for ba. What are your other favorite places to ski with japan. Come into the japan. I a we you. We were on that trip together. What we all those years back in and It was such fond memories of. I think after that trip but we will went down that night. We went down there every year. I think this year is the year that we've been down there because of the covid restrictions and obviously we could risk are down there but the sub especially about that place those tugs we will make together in that that weightless powder is really difficult to match closest. I think i'd come. It was in utah. That beautiful utah. Dry out snow. You get up at Not was fantastic. Some of the best skiing. I've done Planet but yet japan the culture how polite everyone is down there. You know that does the food as well. You never forget the sushi and is hockey. I mean that's yeah sake. What was that was. That was a big session. Japan next already yeah. Do you know what we're already planning it. We were looking at the dates. Because we've had so many people we knew me. Take around seventy. two people. don't japan every year and it was the most disappointed pau of all of the things that people could make this year for people right to us so so we definitely go back next year..

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05:14 min | 10 months ago

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"Festival of verbier y- one of those destinations it was. It was always regarded as a free free ski. Mecca frightened again back at the place. We used to ski. The yucai introduced us to be a mid afraid. Went out there. It was being trucked into the deep head to ski around. Skiers so many times better than i was skiing. It was literally just hanging on for dear life really but it was the one of the things that helped me improve skiing. I fell in love with the place very quickly. He's very difficult to investigate. There's a very infectious crowd of people. A great atmosphere overseas free skiing to read. That never managed to set up by kademi here ninety-eight ninety-nine we'd never looked back with that radio. We've been very lucky guys like yourselves that written about what we do. We've been very lucky. Blessed in a way. I think verbiage wait for like a bit of a surge a growth spurt again. Because guys like yourselves ryan about it. You was skiing in people. Were feeling very passionate about it and it grew a we seem to just be. I think the right place at the right time and so agree with it. Ready so us about ski academy ski kind of me. Set it up in verbier. Awful lot of always been putting ski by mechanics into laban's tubs. Really a skier and thinking if this person gets the best gains doctrinal dead. How good their is they. Getting's held back by fiscal issues. So you know to the point. Structure could be screaming at in the until he's blue in the face or she's flew the face of the fact that these people aren't making changes in one particular direction on. I did notice over time. We always used to see skis having a stronger teddy direction. And if you put them onto a steep exposed face they might invest in one way where they feel love confidence in that first turning trust the other way. It's like they will be stopped in attracts so we looked more deeper..

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04:59 min | 10 months ago

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"And we've spent off lifetime exploring every corner of the world so we want to share with you some of our extraordinary experiences and the amazing people. We've met along the way this week. We're talking to legendary free rides skier. Warren smith warren runcie ski academy in verbier switzerland and intervene in italy where he fixes parts of your ski technique that you simply can't fix on your own and is also one of our all time favorite ski companions both on and off the slopes work onto our cost. Now we've known each other a long time and it's just great to have you on board guess for what is unbelievably fiftieth of action packed. Travel coming to you from the swiss resort verbier. You still managed to ski every day during what for us here in the uk has become the season. That never was now. Skiing is often unfairly caused as an elite sport for the money to middle classes. But you grew up living on a pretty basic social housing estate in the heart for town of hemel hempstead twenty five miles north of london. You dan come from a privileged background a tool. So how did skiing come to the lynch pin of your life now. I don't not yeah. A mom is a slight different direction but luckily the facility sports. I think he's become much more of a common direction. Frisky is coming through. Thank god fitzroy ski sledge being built back in the day because it was one of the things that helped me getting it. Was the thing beginning to skate. Came from accounts state and hemel hempstead and next to where i live they. Bill escaped Back in the seventies. And i used to be there as a kid and then they skateboard park down a dry ski slope. We went very happy about it. Put it that way one way or another. I ended up doing a bit of work at the dry ski slopes set and ski bindings and that was my main road in interesting. I've never looked back really. It wasn't conventional but it was bizarre in a way and then obviously fell in love with the sport. Let you guys. Obviously dade and yeah. I always feel so very lucky. If you look at the view of the balcony. And i think i appreciate it especially older. I appreciate even more. So when did you first see snow. I mean to ski on what skill. Yeah i it was on a ski trip so we went on one of those snow coach. Holidays saved up the money. You set the caucasian round state. So i used to go knock on. the doors. claimed he was caught. Suffice to just funny enough he's was actually a lucrative business back. When i was twelve thirteen years old so it did and i did it all the time. I get cash to pay off this thing. He's little payment things. You do a weekly on your school ski trip and it was on the. I guess it was only a few hundred bucks back in the day but that was brilliant..

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04:12 min | 11 months ago

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02:45 min | 11 months ago

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"Just he's taking a page out of a book that i never read the foreigners. Tell me a plate a run you you have. You have your Your tendency. Sheet your playbook for the week you study it. You tell you you know quarterbacks. I used to back in college. Look myself in the mirror and saying repeating myself but i mean for me. It's for me it's pretty government. My memory's pretty sharp when it comes down to like remembering stuff. But it's more about just getting the getting the message over to the white house. No alignment. I want to get in there you know get. There is thinks that they're looking at me. The kinda just go through the play saint saint loud say clear. Let them know the count. Repeat it you know what i mean and if we got if i gotta say more things and like tag more people to make sure everyone's on the same page that's on me. I'd rather do that than just like have one toward and have everyone understand what that code is often work. But i mean just yeah just got get a look at the play clock nature. You're not behind. You know in arena football. It's getting low to make sure that the motion guys aren't back Second nature now to me but Just taking it taken by formation motion clegg than just you know having a good week of practice and hopefully running stuff that you ran in practice and not doing that. And that's that's an issue. So what like you don't have the name teams but like you know what was like the smallest playbook you had to the largest you know any idea of like you know how many plays like you know. Because i've heard some different. You know stories about some coaches having like really really small. Play books right And at some that. Just novels yeah. Yeah so Like i've been. I've been a part of any oceans numbering system which is probably the shortest terminology and you see say protection with protection could be thirty or fifty. Three step fit the five step. And then you say three numbers one eight nine. And that's and that's that's ones arou- eight route nine zero so you get in the holiday said right right little motion thirty eight to four. And that's it. And i got a cricket and i like that i do like that away because you know when you when you have receivers coming in go in new guys coming in. They learned playbook roundtree and and right right But then i also been in law. I coach kino's in dc. He's his playbook was different Gave a lot of freedom to wide receivers and some players like that. Some players don't armed. I'd rather be in control. And you know i'd rather be the one call a play or coach relaying. Play that we're on the same page and i can tag everybody in if it's not the right coverage you know i'll take the loss..

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06:00 min | 11 months ago

"warren smith" Discussed on NAL Live

"The boom boom room was the bus for the richmond team and basically just sit in the back and everyone had a good time to the games and people would talk shit call each other out in basically like you couldn't you didn't we. Shouldn't you couldn't have hard feelings back there. Because i think fuller started the whole thing nas but basically you know we were back there after a game and we we might beat lehigh i believe at that arena and for like two or three picks i believe but we won and i remember. I remember my one teammate. Was like how many tush throw. Unlike through eight thousand shakey's eight touchdown passes. That was a these guys ran with that nickname. They've been calling me. Shake eight cents my number. That's good man. I mean but that's the cool thing is just like all the memories from amer. There's so many stories right that you know some you can tell and some you can't But but fun time so fans out there. Let's let's hit him up here with some more questions. We got him for a little while yet But we got ta. Brian price too. I guess he's With you over there. Brian can't wait. Man's get ready. Hope you hope you're getting ready around the corner. Two months away or at least a little bit more nancy. So yeah rather scales buick. Yup yup so What else you. Outside of football and work you know you live on the beach there. Is that where you're at about five. Ten minutes from the won't be jialing or seaside heights. Living on barney bay buddies boat down there crews out. we'd go out and enjoy yourself in the summertime You know we. We like to go out time You know just darn quarantine. I got myself a. Ps four. Because i was doing narping here. I i haven't touched a video game in In a long time and Darn quarantine. I i got the. Ps four. and. I've been on the call of duty lately. I'm not that good at it but it's fun. It's competitive so why the. Ps four won't be good. I had to xboxes. I had an xbox went bad then again. Touch my box for like three or four years in once. Quarantine started i i bet Quarantine started the the red ring pop up xbox so i like. I couldn't figure out why. I wanted to play so bad. So i am. I want buddy at ps four. And basically i was like i am. So you're selling me on sung with the walmart lilly. Bought the best deal. You could possibly can came on book it up. I thought since i try to play my son is like taking over as far as like he beats me so bad that i stopped playing but He makes like a hundred bucks a week on twitch player aren't that.

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"warren smith" Discussed on NAL Live

NAL Live

03:52 min | 11 months ago

"warren smith" Discussed on NAL Live

"I mean there's some break a nice run it's cool in all but official is not high percentage of like you know you can get the ball out three step five step back the ball out your eyes on right defenders and make the right reading. Put the athens spot to make the play. She what's got wheels or what i mean i. I'm not looking at me. You ain't good deal him. But i mean i can. I can actually will definitely faster back in the day. But i can still run a little bit a Especially when coming after ya guys. So the kid the guy herb in the guy. Antoine were both receivers on my first year team. So they They took me under their wings or the older older vets and So i even believe they've been busting my chops literally for years now accounts. Are they still playing now. I think i think antoine's coaching. I think i heard her probably can still play. I don't even know. I only know but should take coach. Res- says you can still run man so you know he's did you play for coach resin on your career. I played against coach a couple of times back thirteen. I think back in two thousand seventeen when i was lee high. Probably come other times too. I forget but yup. I appreciate the appreciate the the hype coach. Now it's a. It's a deceiving run. Deceiving speed poll on throat. first enron. right right. He's trying to butter you up. He doesn't want you tell us airline roaming. So you've been you've been in a few different weeks you've been to a ton of arenas i always ask the guys to what what are some of your favorite arenas to go play in routers a lot I mean i love the last place i've played. That was the boardwalk hall. That was great. That was a great spot. Great atmosphere but I've been. I've been to jacksonville jacksonville. A great spot the play tampa bay's fund but probably the biggest loudest crowds probably would have to be the empire Up in albany back in two thousand and eighteen thousand nineteen. They were they were. They just sold out in albany but like even baggage other fifteen plan spokane. Those fans are crazy too. I mean i played on spokane. That was great. Like four or five really really nice that into and they're all good. Are they really all good. You really can't. I really can't say like all that serena. I love the play like yeah and to you. The reunite and most session probably like the one in lehi the one in trenton. Actually but complaining about Boardwalk hall to. I got into it. There was a team there The card sharks. Yeah i've heard about them action. So i i was with. I ended up buying a team that was about the shutdown in that league. We ended up going there and playing That was probably three or four. I was a while ago but that was a cool arena because it was it was. It's like huge inside real high roof. I mean there's a lot of awesome concerts dating back to the sixties doctor. And you know i got myself a room in atlantic city and i and i would just go go to change out. Teenage graph a little bit into take stroll home in the morning. So what's kind of the you know arena that you didn't like the most like the atmosphere or was like haas style or you just feel like man. I don't wanna go back there. I don't think there was a redesign Didn't like the go-to is more about the playing surface or the Was an i love lehigh. Valley i do. I think they took me seventeen in the new arena..

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"warren smith" Discussed on NAL Live

NAL Live

04:03 min | 11 months ago

"warren smith" Discussed on NAL Live

"Football and stuff like that. And we don't get back until like mid-september which is kinda late for ice football as you know so for one year. Goodyear made got some film and dan than i started looking into plan arena football and then i got my first team ever caught up in okay in richmond was it was coach. Fuller there yet. James bullard my first coach okay. I just had him on last week. So yeah coach. Fuller is a man and He he took me. I remember email at the university of maine when i was doing my My student teaching emailed a bunch of highlight films from our college overseas heading into play. Neither any call me right away. And he asked me compla- me and my team mate went out there and Then you start meeting people in reno world arena. Football is a little colt. Once you know people then you have everyone kind of starting a whole career. Then richmond Had a good season. who's robert here chiming in here robert. He kicked he's a great kicker for us. He's actually even better bowler now. You gotta check him out where he played with on me with the four or five games. We had with the philadelphia yellow jackets. I don't know if that little they had four five games. Unfortunately they went they went. They went down. They went south. You're they didn't you know we didn't have Rena finished year but yes doesn't thirteen starting in a starting enrichment and then i went to to camp in tampa. The storm got got asked to be a practice player when it was funny because like hibbard was a quarterback in st even garcia and So i ended up getting a better deal in trenton. Two thousand fourteen. So i went with them. Play there Won the mvp there at least in the nfl. Number league was f l Had a really good year. The net that year i started sending mahala films all the afl teams. And that's when spokane took me into hasn't fifteen with andy olsen and all those guys and that's kind of where it all started and played there for year Got drafted by the seoul after that in That year..

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"warren smith" Discussed on NAL Live

NAL Live

05:15 min | 11 months ago

"warren smith" Discussed on NAL Live

"Off game so download that app you can sign up for free and hopefully when that orlando jersey. I know the columbus lions are also doing a raffle online auction right now and the other teams are going to be starting. Download that apple alert. You got an auction a raffle going on. We're back again for another show. We got another player with us this time. We got a quarterback so we've had a d. wide receiver now. We got a quarterback. He spent some time in the various league's most recently arena football league so he is with the jersey flight. Welcome warren smith quarterback house gone. What's up andrew. Thanks for having me not much ended up. Join the full remote teaching life right now and get myself ready to go on springtime so uniform. Not him to be here. I'll it'll be here quick. It will be your quick. It's got to be tough though to just like training in and doing anything you know especially up north. I hear i mean. I'm in florida so we're not the smartest people in florida. So we're out everywhere else no rules. I'm good and bad. It's dead in with being the school. I've had a pretty much all access to the weight room up there over there and obviously running around the gym and stop so i haven't been handcuffed in that aspect but just only thing you know getting ready for an arena season up in the northeast yet to find places to throw inside unless you wanna go outside and throwing a cold which is hard to get some guys throw on throwing for yourself but i do. I do in the big gymnasium and do to reach the avenue. Quick and stuff like that so Yeah just getting ready to go. Can't wait yeah. He's just gotta get resourceful during these times and do what you gotta do. So you're are you in jersey now. Yep solomona forked. River new jersey Small town called lacey. Township is right on the water It's about forty minutes. North of atlantic city and forty minutes east of trends so right right near seaside. Tom's river men are walking area. Who's your who's your friend out there. This is my friend. eli is my dog eli. He's he's excited. He hears yeah he's just excited. He's he's a big football fan so we got another listener. Another viewer of. Hey fans out there..

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"warren smith" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

11:38 min | 2 years ago

"warren smith" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The last there were across the dirt road from the burn talk trees Warren Smith the local mechanic guides me through the rubble of the place he called home for twenty two years as the catastrophic claims raged a fireball shot across the whole house exploded he still processing the loss there is nothing here there's not enough and sell them there's nothing to be sour jail the vices absolutely nothing it's just yeah it's just not **** Rick what does it feel like when you're walking through this now standing in the middle of what used to be our house and said it's very sad the memories come back and it's just very very sad saying that the white is the emotions that I could get into voice changes the county's comments how long have you lived here for just on twenty just under twenty it's the it's a family if it was a family house there in all the bomb itself if it's still the family house warns neighbor Helen evacuated before the catastrophic fire hit unlike Warren's house hers remained intact because the wind changed direction it's really for you but then it's also the the concern for the neighbors and and the the sympathy for what they what they've lost and the the person standing there looking at nothing and what about the days to come are you feeling confident that you're safe for you are are you on high alert what's the situation Ronit are things is still smoldering not doesn't doesn't go to system com and go out this still smoldering this still trees that affected the distal burning is still standing but they're not very strong and they're gonna you know they're Hofstede than that they're probably gonna for life to secretly really your list because of what can flare up off it's never happened like this before and especially when you look at the how many how many fights with a quote they had a hundred fires burning in one day get out of control this is going to change this is the fake we having on the planet rebel group Portland I want a copy in the local Glenn ray fire station Darryl watch the fire brigade captain is getting ready for difficult times ahead he tells me he only has one thing on his mind containing this fella and this we're most worried about this fall getting out and impact in this town again everyone is incredibly tall idea motions are getting a bit hotter and the place because everyone so tall right I'm really looking for the bright but you know when it is running to be honest Rep ranges allowing aid and it'll be alive until it rains which got people in because the months and months and months thank you talking about alright so broadly as their shift was about to win three firefighters and Daryl's team head out quickly to respond to a potential threat the smallest incidents can turn into a disaster here and they take no chances overstayed the massive bushfires that have raged across Australia are expected to flare up again as the drought continues and the temperatures rise everyone here is bracing themselves for this new threats might mean for them in the coming days Sharma Khaleel in New South Wales Australia there was mention there of climate change we continue that theme in a different part of the world in a very different context because the Dutch government announced this week it would cut the speed limit for traffic on the country's most ways to one hundred kilometers an hour during daytime this is to tackle a nitrogen emissions crisis the current speed limit of one hundred and thirty kilometers an hour we'll still be allowed at night the measure was forced on the government after a court ruled in may that a plan to build seventy five thousand new houses next year and offer more farming permits would breach European Union pollution limits the ruling basically resulted in a freeze on all major infrastructure projects in the Netherlands one on the line is Julian Annable who's a professor in transport and energy studies at the university of Leeds in northern England Julian welcome good morning good morning what do you think first of all of what the Dutch have done here well I think this is a really interesting developments it's it's interesting because it has come about as a result of a breach in the U. limits of primarily nitrogen compounds and they have effectively declared an emergency and and therefore have to do something the tease quick and that can be implemented overnight and and that's what they've done and effectively we are going to probably down the line have to be doing some of the kinds of things we have also clad in a climate emergency in this country so we can see that that some of these really tough decisions are probably coming our way and doesn't measure like this for sure make a big difference it it does so that it does it does an absolute kind of sensitive my physical natural laws that that go along with this this idea of reducing emissions from reducing spate the higher the space aides that because god the mole fuel they combust a and therefore the more missions they produce and and it's really quite significant when you add up all the miles that he traveled at these speeds on on these types of roads adds up to it to an awful lot of fuel balance and and a lot of emissions so it is a definite through direct effect that is very very important thing about this is that he is if the speed limits are enforced yes I do think that if might come up in the conversation I let me bring my guess in relation to you with interest I'm just what you think of this I wonder in in sort of policy terms if if a government what to put this forward in this country please that would weigh your best place to comment could it could go down with the voters yeah I mean I I think it's a great idea I think in the nineteen seventies speed limit was cut fifty miles an hour because there are packed to cut the production and so there was a limit that I mean yeah I think increasing your saying that people a lot more environmentally conscious it's it's been thrust the front of those with gender politicians recognizes some not so just living in London good luck if you get fifty miles an hour given the gridlock of of traffic but no I think it's fantastic idea I think also it's interesting now is that people are buying because less maybe because it's easy but but you've got services like get around to right now where you can rent yeah your neighbors call for weekends and I think that's a really really good artist but I like that that's a that's an urban rather than a river experience that was too much extent you mean well I mean the costs are yeah yeah suspect yeah it it's less less feasible in the in the countryside but I love I love the concept callous I mean yeah there are close you know these new innovations but saying we could give up some old innovations like public transport and which of course has been cut Rivoli session in this country to a very significant extent thanks trains and buses I mean I suppose instead from Ginny's point of view of his house because of a in a kind of white a program of what you David I mean is in I've always looking at the world in which actually governments need to will or private industries to invest more in public transport definitely at that there's absolutely no doubt that that something not reducing speed limits is is a minor major in comparison to what we actually really need to do to reduce call dependence effectively so that that's old kind of off the investments that need to be made I'm difficult choices actually because it's not just a matter of reducing the speed the costs travel we are probably going to have to reduce the amount well we do we definitely are a key reasons why probably but actually I'm just being kind of kind this time on a Saturday morning we all going to have to be of much more stringent with wet cause can be and how how how much trouble with doing by car just just one thing about speed does is that the the the really good thing about speed limits is we can do it now and we can do it effectively overnight and early is that we can start to reduce emissions the the the less we going to have to be tough let down the line an image using the amount people travel so I think although it's politically difficult if we can sort of get people to think of the trade offs that if they can do these raw the soft images Leah they can have a better time later on what about the advent of electric because if we move in that direction presumably doesn't matter how fast we go in there yeah so with the safety parameters of yeah yeah we got the safety issues as well but yet down the line when we've got electric vehicles maybe we can meet in and we can we think speed limits but the fact is that the uptake over the H. vehicles is is very very slow way too slow for the the degree of cuts in in emissions of all kinds that we need to make now so at reducing the speed limit in this country we've done some calculations reducing the speed limit in this country from eighteen miles per hour only two ways to to seventy old sorry to sixty two so I from seventy to sixty two I'm sorry get Mumbai fake figures modeled up would be the equivalent over ten years of one and a half million batch electric vehicles on the rights of that time and wait we're a long way from having a million and half of those vehicles on the road so that it's you know these things are very significant John's going back to the policy issues I mean people are attached to that constantly and that's quite a difficult habit to push people we have I think lesser sentiments my generation of the any point five if you're in a rural area in a this is a big thing but I mean I think okay don't be too pro Cooper's you come back to London I mean is no need to have a car in London there is absolutely no need because you've got the transplant destructs they're not she's quicker getting around on the train Ole Ole Ole walking but I think this was saying I don't think there's a movement away from the site people he was made things a lot more affordable people getting around Gillian you you talked about this being something that will clearly have to happen in other places as far as you're concerned I mean how soon do you imagine that decisions like this would appear in other parts of the world well hi I think I think what's interesting about the Netherlands case is some of the political dialogue around it will add that the prime minister ma witcher's as said things like this is a rotten decision and one of the most difficult decision and at that the problem is that what they're already tough decisions around the climb agenda and the pollution agenda so wells to speed limit may not be the thing that is chosen add to be done certainly other types of restrictions on the use of because where what we sing it in the U. K. for instance in terms of clean as owns which all something along these lines but out she going to affect far fewer com miles than than something comprehensive light this speed limit change so I think you know the the the with moving into what's called a net zero well this means that every single sector has got to do that bit transport so far hasn't hasn't moved after school in comparison to other sectors so it's time and I think we're going to see it now thank you very much Gillian Annable professor in transport and energy studies at the university of Leeds in northern England you're listening to weekend from the BBC world service.

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"warren smith" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"warren smith" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The last there were across the dirt road from the burn tell trees Warren Smith the local mechanic guides me through the rubble of the place he called home for twenty two years as the catastrophic flames raged a fireball shot across the whole house exploded he still processing the loss there is nothing here there's not enough and sell them there's nothing to be so I was jailed vices absolutely nothing it's just yeah it's just not the right what does it feel like when you're walking through this now standing in the middle of what used to be our house and said it's very sad the memories come back and it's just very very sad a full report when I want a copy in the local Glenn ray fire station Darryl watch the fire brigade captain is getting ready for difficult times ahead he tells me he only has one his mind containing this fall and this we're most worried about this fall getting out and impact in this town again everyone is incredibly tall idea noises are getting a bit hotter in the place because everyone so Todd and we're looking for the bright but you know when it is raining to be honest Rep ranges overnight and it'll be alive until it rains which got a forty pause the months and months and months here are you talking about is there she was about to land three firefighters and Daryl's team head out quickly to respond to a potential threat the smallest incident can turn into a disaster here and they take no chances hi how are the massive bushfires the rates across Australia are expected to flare up again as the drought continues and the.

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"warren smith" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

09:38 min | 2 years ago

"warren smith" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Herbal show. AM seven sixty talk and breaking news. Here's a little breaking news for you guys by the way, we have got an amazing thing happening right here in San Diego. That's right. We've got US L soccer coming to San Diego. Courtesy of the hard, hard work of Warren Smith and Landon, Donovan, a two gentlemen, who have had amazing success land. It's been an amazing player for so many years, Warren has had unbelievable success in sports and business. And we've seen what's happened. With his with his prior team that, that he has now taken up to the guys. So good to have you on the show. I appreciate you being here. Thank you, Brett, we're, we're honored. Oh, we appreciate your time. Thank you for having a. Yeah. Let's, let's talk about this now landed. I know you have an affinity for, for the for the community here in San Diego. You feel a deep connection. You have family connections. How how big of a mission was it for you to undertake bringing soccer at this level to America's finest city? But then, more of a passion for me, the work spin done by Warren and others. But I'm just fortunate to be part of it. My, my work will start now, the, the hard stuff has happened and, and Warren's denigrate job of making this happen. And now our job is to bring a product that the city is proud of, of product that ultimately wins product and entertain, and I've had a lot of experience with all of those as a player. And now I get the opportunity to do it on, on the other side. So I'm really excited about it. It had to be. So, so much of a driving issue for you. In the wake of the soccer city, pushed that you made, but it also had to be a great opportunity to see the real passion for the sport here in San Diego. People are thirsty for great, sports, and certainly this is an opportunity to do that. What was the early reaction? Like Landon as you were talking to folks around the community. Well, the last two years, we spent a lot of time in the community, and it was the biggest benefit from everything that happened with soccer city was getting to know people who are passionate not only about soccer, but about sports about any ago. So we had that opportunity to, cultivate, and grow a bunch of really important good relationships. And now they get to come to fruition. And so we planted quite a few seeds over the last two years. And now we're watching it starts to grow. So it exciting people are desperate for something they can be proud of you have some ownership of in San Diego and our job now to pride that for them Warren, you have set the bar in terms of, of doing this. Right. You're interested in working with, with Landon, well established, you had tremendous success in Sacramento, creating a two-time champion there with the with the Republic. Let, let's talk about this transferring this down to San Diego. 'cause I believe if there's a state that is costume. Made for soccer. It is the state of California. You got a real opportunity to dominate once upon a time in Sacramento. And now in America's finest city, San Diego war, yet, you know, listen, you a lot of people have done a lot of the hard work landed mentioned that you've got all ready got such a huge Docker culture. So you have over one hundred thousand people that have played the sport. You have, you know, roughly a hundred children a year that are signed to be one inner schools to go play. And so, and then you're on the top five you're ship, and all the all the World Cups. Currently, the top viewership and the women's World Cup right now, right? So you played watch just happened to be the two biggest indicators begin, avid, sick successful franchise. So honestly, though, it's every community is different. So what we really look forward to doing over. The next few months is really understanding what drives this community. What, what, what why do you love San Diego? Right. And ultimately, connecting those emotions to the brand. And then creating a branded ultimately that people feel ownership of and, and feel connected to just by way, of backstory think it's important for people to understand this, this is purely this private under this is you are doing this with your own efforts, and money where we don't have bond measures on the ballot and we don't have politicians lined up. We'll sign off on this on that you guys have done this, the right way in so many ways, and that's the organic way. You've gone out there. You secured an agreement to play over at the torero stadium. It's a six thousand seat field. You've got a three year contract or three year lease with them for the facility. This is talking about a twenty twenty twenty twenty one launch, but this is all this is all about the entrepreneurial nature of bringing the sport. And it it's, it's an all good feel good. Story here, guys Warren that that's got to knock down a lot of barriers when it comes to trying to get something done that you don't have to go to the, to the to the city hall in the city council, and then meet with this one, and that one to figure out how you're going to be allowed to bring the team in. You know, I'm not very good at politics. So at the end of the day, it's a lot of fun, but you said the, the key word, and that's it organic. So you have a sport here. That's really counter cultural sport that really appeals to the Malayan millennials and obviously Hispanics. And you skew in San Diego to, to hit all the right marks and, and over score, kinda the rest of the cities in California. So but really what we want to do is really understand what the people love about San Diego, so they can make those connection, and then I'll ultimately feel that ownership and make it organic. Right. Right. So we have to my kids on team names like we did in Sacramento. But everyone pointed this out of the capital of California, and Sacramento is the one item that we needed to celebrate. And I have the community. Why do you why do you love the legislators so much? And nobody's know that they did. Then we'll why do we want to celebrate it more what we learned was that it wasn't the fact that the capital is there as the spirit of California that was headquartered there? So the brand reflects everything there, right, every Sacremento, Republicans derived out of the state bikes and we hope to do something very similar here. And ultimately a lot of that organic ownership to allow the fans to create the brand. And then at the end of the day length Donovan and Warren, Smith will leave, but they will still be here. And, and we want them to have that. We want them to really feel that ownership when, when that has happened. Let's talk about just as a practical matter the way this is going to unfold. Will this be a seven day a week league? Will there be games played seven days a week will it be on a particular day? How are you going to go about securing player, personnel will there be a reliance on local talent will you be looking at the international market? How are you going to put this together at least at this very early stage? What are you envisioning guys landed? Also. So the league the you the United States. United soccer league championship plays, I would say vast majority of the games are played on Saturdays. Sometimes you'd have mid week game. Sometimes Friday, sometimes Sunday, but the vast majority of played on Saturday, great as far as putting a team together like everything we are doing. We wanted to have heavy San Diego inputs, whether that's our ownership group, whether that's our staff, whether that's our fans, obviously, and ultimately our players so we well, heavily rely on all of the youth soccer clubs all of the universities, high schools, etc. Who are doing a great job producing players here. And, and if you have players, I've always believed that, if you have players who are invested emotionally in the team they playing right? They're gonna fight back on the field. So it doesn't mean you have to be. From that area. You know, I wasn't Brown downtown LA near LA, and I had a sense of pride in playing for LA and we have players who've come from San Diego who grew up playing at a youth club here and maybe played at USD and are now playing for our US L championship team. They're gonna they're gonna feel a little more sense of pride than someone. Who's from New York City? Right. And so our goal absolutely incorporate local people in talent in every part of our business. Look, we've we've seen the tremendous success last summer of of World Cup events World Cup. You see the women's World Cup this year. This is going to be landing right in that sweet spot where you've got the two World Cups happening. Adjacent to these these kickoff dates in these play dates. I see nothing blue skies for you guys. I'm sorry. I absolutely do. I think it's going to be a tremendous opportunity. It's going to be live. It's going to be local and it's going to be something that I think is going to really connect with the with the great people of San Diego. I wish you all the best. And as we get closer and closer and his news develops. Please consider this an open invitation to come back on the show. Talk about the way things are developing. We really want to help support this great effort by you guys Landon and Warren, thanks so much for coming by the show today. I really appreciate you Bank. You Brett listen, we look forward to growing relationship helping you all weekend. But it's gonna take a village. So we're. Thank you. Brad. And a really a credit for this and San Diego finally has a team of their own absolutely way to go guys. All right. Get on down the road and keep working and we'll we'll meet you to stadium. Thanks so much for coming by the Brentwood, herbal show..

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"warren smith" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

The BreakPoint Podcast

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"warren smith" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

"Welcome back. You're listening to break point this week. I'm Warren Smith in this week for John Stonestreet is Shane Morrison chain. I'd like to pivot on our conversations a little bit and talk about a story that I heard this week out of Colorado that I thought was really interesting a high school wrestler named Brendan Johnston recently gave up the chance to wrestle for the state wrestling championship in Colorado because he refused to wrestle a girl. And I thought behaved himself very gentlemanly and graciously during the controversy that ensued. Whenever he made the announcement that he would not wrestle the girl. I love this story in part because I can imagine Brendan's predicament. The saying goes that when you're in an unwinnable game. The only good move is just not to play. And that's what I think he chose to do wrestling. A woman would mean one of two things either you win in which case every. One is centrally says, Woohoo you beat a girl. Here's a gold star. Or you lose in which case, it's your duty as a man to spend the rest of your life under a rock somewhere now to be clear, this this young woman is actually a woman she's not a transgender individual who's claiming to be a woman, but this and other stories like it, I think a female athletes who've had their faces shattered by men who are claiming to be women. This idea that women and men should be competing athletically against one. Another in the same arena is just wrong. I helped write a commentary recently on the Texas federal judge who ruled that women must be included in the military draft registration and Johnstone strait. And I noted that it's absolutely crazy how their decades of scientific findings proving that women have very different bodies from men. They have thinner bones less muscle, mass, lower stamina, one study, we cited actually compared untrained men so they've received no athlete construction with trained female athletes and found that ninety nine percent of men were. Still stronger on average so to put men up against women in sport as concentrated on strength as wrestling to me is just profoundly unfair. Well, it is also really liked Brendan's response. Which was that he wanted to treat a young lady like a young lady and that didn't involve wrestling with her on a mat? And I just loved his response..

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