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"watson watt" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

At The Races With Steve Byk

03:27 min | 3 months ago

"watson watt" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

"In by the from the fountain of the game How absolutely you know. And and yeah. I mean and you see it. All the time their toga. That's a great story. Told about those guys having experienced now and and and the place is special you know and and we try to i. I tried to do justice. You know i. I really appreciated some of the comments. I read from brad cox talking about him being here the whole meat. You know he'd never really kind of here the whole meet before kind of coming in and out but he's sort of he's stuck around the whole time and really gotten a a good sense about the vibe of the place and you know. Sometimes it's really hard to do as a as a member of the press or You know a broadcaster writer to kind of really really capture it But man when people when experience it for themselves They know what it means. And like you said Jason coming up and experiencing it wanted to buy a house. that's great as a serta springs resident. I'm glad to hear somebody wants to invest in their community Thanks him for that But yeah it's You know it's all about the experience to me. I tell people all the time. I want to bring him to a place where they're going to have a positive experience and you know this is a. This is a place where they get to do that. You know you can walk under those trees over there. You can sit in the backyard and hang out with your friends and you know i get something to eat. Watson watt some great racing regardless of what day it is and you know you just want people to leave or the real positive experience you know fortunate to go to a couple of reds games down in lexington this year and went to fenway one day the summer and you know i came away from both those places with a real positive experience as well you know officers are nice to your Ticket people were saying hello. And i don't know because the post covert or what but you know. People seem to be in a better mood about things and you know. It's the same thing carries over here. You walk around here every day. You see people that are that are working at the track. Maybe it's the summer job for teachers or maybe retired. People that are working here. You could tell it they love it too and they have a real genuine respect for the place you know and and You know. I think that's that's that's some of what i've gotten out of out of people that i've written about this year. Just how much how much reverence they have for the place. And then they just love it you know they. They sort of renew that love affair every summer. When there's nothing like it nothing like it on earth. I'm some standing over here. Go home over kind of or by horse. Eight and like under chat new chat brown barn i'm standing on the giant. Pine trees maple trees and like this is someplace. I mean the whole activities going on guys at school and horses and whatnot but man get to get to do for a living. I'm pretty lucky now and when it comes to bringing people into the game and to saratoga As a way to indoctrinate them one of the things that's happened obviously is the facility continues to kind of constantly reinvent itself and the options the variety of options For you know anybody that that.

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"watson watt" Discussed on Shayne and I Show

Shayne and I Show

07:13 min | 4 months ago

"watson watt" Discussed on Shayne and I Show

"Night show. Hey aranda swear on this week it swear all the fuck fuck. I don't think people really care in the podcast scrolled if he swears. It's not like youtube where they kind of you for swearing radio but if we were allowed to swear but it's our podcast it's our podcast yet and we can swear to all. Yes yes in. Spotify spotify to sensory either apple i nice or any- anyway on any other You know we're out of them. But the two main ones that you gotta realize we're on spotify apple. Podcast school the big ones. I went to matter. Yeah i'm an apple podcasts user myself. I download all sorts podcasts. Yeah see. I'm not an apple. Never been an applicant. Well i'm. I'm an apple guy and yeah you get the new apple when they come out and all that crap guy fucking five year old iphone seven. Oh so you're not like a crazy apple guy. No i'm just a guy who has an iphone and the thing just won't die. Keeps working so i i know a guy who work with the guy who's like a crazy crazy apple people that like any time. There's a new phone or whatever he's gotta go get in line. Yeah get the new phone or get the new. Get do apple. Fucking watson watt or whatever. Yeah those people crack me up. Yeah like you just wait like a month or two in. Then they're going to have something else new coming up and you get that mumin discounted like fifty percents exactly and you're good exactly you go. You don't understand. He tells me you don't understand. You gotta need the first one in wine. It's a thrill like high and like s. An expensive fucking yes so again and we're back i. It's been about a month since we did an episode. Actually it's not true. We had an episode done. We didn't episode. And i listened to it back. I never listen to podcasts back. Yeah i mean what could what could go right with that But i went through this one just because of what the topic was and i wanted to see how it sounded something you know. You just wanna make sure you weren't being su crazy astle creaky. I'm like are you listening to the podcast back. And i sounded like i'd sounded like some gags himself righteous asshole self-righteous dribble all over the place Talking about how. Great talking about how great i was. Nobody wants to hear that and it was just awful. I was like i'm not gonna publish that one. Yeah so. I deleted it so now. We're here all right now. We're here like this whole thing. Like i big deal thing. We were talking about it. It's a big deal rate in Should i tell them what we were talking about. Or i mean if you're willing to risk being a self righteous asshole go like okay so celebrated twenty one years of sobriety right. Which was a big deal mike castle. Yeah but it was a big deal but at the same time like i wanna do this podcast. Where like to help people and do all this stuff and it didn't come out that way. Yeah he came out like me talking. About how great it was being sober for twenty one years like everybody else. That's not that's not really great solution to that. No these depressing things. Listen to it. And i'm like you. If i was listening to that i would not want to get sober based on the story was yeah so yeah i deleted all right So anyway so we're here. We're just kind of talking today. That's cool things coming. We've got a couple episodes coming up that. I think you're going to be fun but i gotta do a little more research in their own. Try something i wanna do. I'll talk to you when we're out on the air about it pay way we could kinda of pool a prank and talking about it. Not me all right well. I'm sure this is fascinating for everybody listening to this right now. Right but we were mentioning. We were mentioning earlier about folger's coffee commercials. Yes and there's this one. I don't know if it's just on the internet or not because i've seen it the only place i've ever seen. It is on instagram browsing instagram stories on easter graham do that. Yes you browse your friends. They can't see me. I mean i don't do that. But i know that people do that. Pops up right in that pops up in an pops up. Your curry comes through the nevada box. There's a lot of fucking ads. But there's this folger's ed pumpkin and this guy getting up super early in the morning and french pressing folders making folger's french yes my question since you have a french prince who the fuck uses a french price. For the only reason. I could think anybody would make folger's french press is if they desperately needed a cup of coffee and had no other way of making otherwise like a french settlement commercial. Because you've got the sun coming up guys give me. It's kid ready the front you know when it's like he did like lexus. His his mr coffees away. You know in a in a fucking cabinet somewhere. Mr cocky got a target rate. Yacky bugs things like this. This folger's is so good. I don't wanna. I don't wanna have my mister copy. Take anything away from it. Newt we're going to go french press. I'm gonna fully experience. This wonderful folger's coffee and i got news for you. This isn't news you know this. Forgers is is okay. It's like it's like if if olympic let me think of an analogy. Say something entertaining. While i think what two hundred is one of those coffee. Yoder's begets coffee yards. The only time i've ever joined folders. Who is when it's out of one of those big ads coffee. Yep it's prayed in those big ass coffee urns right or or if you know when i used to drink a lot of folger's i this office job rick and auditing you see. That's the other place. A lot of folder officejet. yes. I had this job. I all day auditing meta data cannot tell you how boring that she didn't was. Yeah off at the only way i was able to get through. 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"watson watt" Discussed on Paul Pickett Podcast

Paul Pickett Podcast

05:45 min | 9 months ago

"watson watt" Discussed on Paul Pickett Podcast

"Was good it was good. Everybody we back boy. Paul picket triple p. Podcast you you to write not hit de-subscribe in and at right hand corner also you know if your facebook gore is to grab hit that follow what like can also check out. The podcast on how apple spotify amazon. Caesar i to tune radio. Iheart ed slackers several other platforms as well Let me get a little bit as agua. Ma system Quick is started. This is episode fifteen triple p. Paul picking podcast seated. Ain't gonna background a bounce back. You four eight. Nfl this one actually which is going to get into the nfl. i I like a talk. About how the nfl was kinda kinda into the nba would deserve. Start players data a demanding trays demanding out. Engine people you star player in. Nfl is your quarterback in most important player. Any right now we got you know. I mean we'll know how true overs rumors but somebody's like like teddy bridgewater Apparently it you know. He's not happy with what's going on over there at carolina carolina's apparently going after a watson after which water just signed with carolina last year. You know and i mean all due respect i think any quarterback who sides a four year deal would a new team in a team is you know automatically moving off from the next year. What they already knew they knew what teddy bridgewater was at knew. He was just like a a guide. Just a stabilize the team. He wasn't get you over the hawk you know. So he's got he's got all due respect right to be upset of garoppolo. Apparently you know what might be traded to another team. Because of course you know descended the forty nine. I guess are gonna have to watson to somebody else. We know deshaun watson watt's out apparently came out recently told the coach that you know. I never planned for the texans again. Russell wilson i mean even though he said he wants out he basically all you know live interview. You know shared his frustrations with the seahawks. You know about keeping him Protected you know he's got more sex than anybody for the last however many years you know..

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"watson watt" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto

Inspirado Projecto

05:43 min | 11 months ago

"watson watt" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto

"Then with pathetic there. And then i find like a us like the There those machinery get like a vast array of different flavors like pumpkin spice. Or stay right. There is staying all right. Let's go pumpkin. Spice or your. Let's hold on. Let's take a look. Let's take a look at this mail. It's ethan e mail is for us haunt me. Just read terror muscle be. Yes so. I was around this time i put in some get like the Those shots get out of here. Good little sophie good. Yeah you get tired tired this way girl and doc. It's mixed an extraordinary blend in between net the banana. I was just flying with ideas. I'd listened to alan watson watts. There's a great podcast free. Podcast once-a-week that would go up onto i tunes once weekend. Suzanne came out in whole week. I listened to him before. I felt asleep each night as just past feeding my brain with synchronous cities videos abraham hicks videos. You know anything that was high minded you know in watts. Of course any of this high vibrating source material. That helped amplify your higher mind. That helped Yes give you this delicious nutrition. You wanna you wanna treat. Don't show treat all.

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"watson watt" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts

SRB Media Podcasts

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"watson watt" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts

"I'll agree with what you're saying but the blame particularly a lot of competent enough score in as well which is which is warning if you're losing games scoring. you're making jen tonight. of nazi cause. I'll be watching the game. And whiting for spurs of why that game last two games to nil kunar that penalty than it was disallowed. And then i looked at that. A goal disallowed as well. But i think he was two notes doing the podcast and kononov watching that. I'm not watching it fully but everton definitely will not yet to school. The next to nil everton. So so you've gone to also enough gone one. One one of the former clubs huddersfield gonna big game. Saturday against watson watt for during time said that once they say well we're going up -solutely a numbering week against bolton dinner just balance bucket. I think they'll they'll nick this one nail. I'm going to go. What failed one can what saddam particularly. Well i'm gonna go onto choice. Go to penn also in Do fancy what for to bounce back. They've got some good players they haven't probably the form yet book you know that fulham bolton's only if a guy beaten night do they're going to be open running and feel the place in greeley cousteau. Forget maybe waste ball. But the do places at millwall as far as the roy audible. Plice for you to go. You say that one takes a. I'm gonna go go to resort for gopher one more one one but like you said it's not a it's not the best place to go and be able to bud owners millwall but the came back the beat someone to be president of the night. Be someone who ask is that. Many games recent michels. I'm gonna go one nil. Battling to former birmingham managers pleased that i caught a few women issues making. Don't start coaching. At the moment of another previous manager someone go one nelson millwall at the dan rather than new dan. Buddha blame forest forest one pizza in get christie against gary riots rather than versus dabi dabi detailee lead. It's onesie to die or against ones and always the will get nokia identify finished ozzy's one gonna finish sasser against i'm gonna go to to dab it because the last two results of esteem wayne just out at down the in the plane places. Good football game. Will i m tonight. I saw early do is you know watched the second the planes some decent football again now. So go for two-nil debbie. If i told you that got fall to you're gonna change your mind. No knock out. Because i didn't get just texting you wanted to be a little sheffield wednesday. The love of your life against coventry say country got off the recent foam in the moment team. The problem is we give the ball away to keep the ball to play decent football but like allows. I'm gonna say a wednesday. No cup jill win. I'm gonna i'm open is more old anything else. I'm going to go one gonna go the reverse. I'm gonna go one nil. Coventry and finally sunday west bromwich albion big sam's or fireman sam zell in the sees aston villa. Just say this one to three new villa. Y'all gonna go go two nil to aston villa and super super jack to stay the villains to an away win at the ortho and i want jack to stay more midfield and draw. More meat failed. But i wouldn't want him to drop me though. People only not mentioned it but looking at eighty test on our morning so but today it's football. We want to talk about his..

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"watson watt" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"watson watt" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Sarah Stinginess. We're exploring missteps in this hour And sometimes when we make a mistake, we can't go back. David Watson. Watt Billa developed this next story In one of our global community workshops. The story takes place in a small town in Zambia, where he grew up. David told this at a moth event that we produced during the U. N. General Assembly, where the stories were all about equal rights. Here's David Watson Watt Billa live out the month. I was five years old when my mother decided to take me And five off my siblings from the capital city of Zambia. To the village to cut up a district to go and live with my grandmother, a journey which took us about three days. A small boy. In a strange land where people spoke a language I didn't understand with people. Whose ways oflife I was not accustomed. The community was economically deprived. People walk barefoot. And it was a struggle to have a decent meat. So there I was scared for me and my sisters. Wondering what was going to become of us. I turned around to look on their shores. The most beautiful girl I had ever seen my whole life. She looked at me and smiled. I looked at her smiled back. From that very moment. I knew sure Special I found out that her name was loco in the few days that followed. We become best friends. You could teach me about our traditions and customs. How are tradition valued agenda and six rose above everything else. Better man should only do a man's job. And a woman should only do a woman's job such as cooking and taking care of the kids. Another off such tradition was Mama, Come be traditional ceremony. Where the elderly men in the village would go on top of the mountain. Give offering tone sisters so that we can have a good harvest on good rains. One afternoon me and took away our walking from the West. And we passed by a person was an albino. All of a sudden, taco. Put a shit out. And sparked inside it. I was curious Astor. Why have you done that? She told me that in this tradition, anyone who was physically different from us was considered to have had a bad omen. And in order for us to repel that only know it from us. We were supposed to speak inside our shit and stay away from them as much as possible. So I spot inside my shades and off we went on our merry way. By the age of 50 and taco insufferable. We did everything together. She told me about her dreams and aspirations. How she wanted to make life better for everyone around her. Me and her family inclusive. And I will tell her about my dreams under spirit shins, which are not much probably just having a kind soul. One afternoon. After a rainy day, which was a sign off. Good luck to us. Me in three off, my cousin decided Go on. Put fertilizer in are confused. The bugs off. It'll eyes away about £200 in your American skill, and they're too heavy for us. His young lands to carry them, so we called our elders to come on the bucks. So they helped us. We loaded the bags into the cut and off we went We finally get to the field. It was sake and wait because of their ends. So my cousin and I decided to jump inside the cut. And push the bugs. While we're pushing the bugs done, we did not realize that taco was standing too close. To the end of the cut. So accidentally one of the bugs filled She screamed in pain. I jumped off trying to help her buy. The bag was too heavy. I couldn't manage. So my cousin told me to run back to the village and call for help. When help. Finally, Kim I will start the bun use that my best friend had broken her thing. The nearest clinic, tow our Villagers kilometers away. And because it was rainy season and the terrain It meant that it was impossible for him to move from one area to the next. So are the elders were waiting for things to get better. They decided to opt for traditional medicines. Every afternoon. I would go to check up on taco and encourage her that everything will be OK. You'll go to the clinic, you'll be treated and you'll be fine. The day finally came when she had to go to the cleaning. Her parents to college. I went and bid a farewell and after that when you come back, you'll find me home. I'll be waiting for you. When she came home. I was so eager to see her. So I rush to go and see her expected to be greeted by how beautiful and charming smile but I could see was despair in her eyes. I asked what happened. And the father told me the bad news. The doctors had amputated her leg because we took so long to take her to the cleaning. From that very day. Everything changed. The times we used to spend together we're normal. Good government. But I couldn't spend as much time as I wanted to. One evening a come back home, which was about two weeks since I returned from the hospital. I found a seated by the fire. So I went and sat down next to her, and she started to Beatle element to it. She told me about how losing her leg. Has meant that is end off our life. She told me about how she was wondering What's her or her parents did wrong. So that the bad omen can fell on her. I was scared off her. But I loved her too much to stay. So I listened to everything that she wanted to say. She looked up to me for guidance and soldiers. By the hose and able to give her that Even though I did not implicitly tell her that I too believed that our life is over because I'd lost her. She knew me so well, she was able to tell because it was written all over my face. I told her Good night I went to bed and left her there. The following morning when I woke up I was in limbo..

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"watson watt" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"watson watt" Discussed on KCRW

"Jazz pianist Micah Thomas grew up far away from any major jazzy, I think because I grew up in Ohio and because the way I approached music wasn't very social. I kind of developed a lot of my stuff relatively by myself. But after studying at Juilliard, he is taking the Jazz scene by surprise. One of the things I want to do in my playing is create the idea that anything could happen on the next morning edition from NPR News. That's weekdays on morning edition. Right here on K C. R W This is the moth radio hour from pure X. I'm Sarah Austin, Janice. We're exploring missteps in this hour and sometimes when we make a mistake, we can't go back. David Watson. Watt Billa developed this next story In one of our global community workshops. The story takes place in a small town in Zambia, where he grew up. David told this Adam off event that we've produced during the U. N. General Assembly where the stories were all about equal rights. Here's David Watson Watt Billa live of the month. I was five years old. When my mother decided to take me And five off my siblings from the capital city of Zambia. Lusaka To the village atop a district to go and live with my grandmother. A journey which took us about three days. So I finally get there. A small boy. In a strange land. Where people spoke a language I do not understand. With people. Whose ways oflife I was not accustomed. The community was economically deprived. People walked barefoot. And it was a struggle to have a decent meat. So there I was scared for me and my sisters. Wondering what was going to become of us. I turned around to look on their shores. The most beautiful girl I had ever seen my whole life. She looked at me and smiled. I looked at her smiled back. From that very moment. I knew sure Special I found out that her name was loco in the few days that followed. We become best friends. You could teach me about our traditions and customs. How are tradition valued agenda and six rose above everything else. That a man should only do a man's job. And a woman should only do a woman's job such as cooking. I'm taking care of the kids. Another off such traditional mama, come be traditional ceremony. Where the elderly men in the village would go on top of the mountain. Give offering Turman sisters so that we can have a good harvest on good rains. One afternoon, Me and Toko were walking from the well. And we passed by a person was an albino. Oh, Vice. I didn't taco. Put a shit out. And spot inside it. I was curious Astor. Why have you done that? She told me that in this tradition Anyone who was physically different from us was considered to have had a bad omen. And in order for us to repel that woman away from us. We were suppose to speed inside are shits on DH step away from them as much as possible. So I spot inside my shit and off we went on our merry way. By the age of 15. Me and taco inseparable. We did everything together. She told me what her dreams and aspirations How she wanted to make life better for everyone around her. Me. And her family inclusive. And I will tell her about my dreams under spirit shins, which are not much probably just having a kind song. One afternoon. After a rainy day, which was a sign off Good luck to us. Me and three off my cousin decided Go and put fertilizer in or confused. The bugs off, Fertilize aware, but £200 in your American skill. And they are too heavy for us as young lads to carry them. So we called our heir dies to come when he'll lift the box. So they helped us. We loaded the bags into the cut and off we went You finally get to the field. It was sake and wait because of their ends. So my cousin and I decided to jump inside the cut. And push the bugs there. While we're pushing the bugs down. We did not realize that Taco was standing too close. To the end of the cut. So accidentally, one of the bugs filled on Ah! She screamed in pain. I jumped off trying to help her. Why the bug was too heavy. A cordon bunnies. So my cousin told me to run back to the village and call for help. When help finally killed. I will start the bun use that my best friend had broken her. Thanks. The nearest clinic tow our village was kilometers away. And because it was rainy season and the trains were so bad. It meant that it was impossible for him to move from one area to the next. So are the elders were waiting for things to get better. They decided to opt for traditional medicines. Every afternoon. I would go to check up on taco and encourage her that everything will be OK. You'll go to the clinic, you'll be treated and you'll be fine. The day finally came when she had to go to the clinic. Her parents to color I went and beat a farewell. And after that, when you come back, you'll find me home. I'll be waiting for you. When she came home. I was so eager to see her. So I rushed to go and see her expected to be greeted by how beautiful and charming smile But I could see was despair in her eyes. Us What happened? And the father told me the bad news. The doctors had amputated her leg. Because we took so long to take it to the cleaning. From that very day. Everything changed. The times we used to spend together we're normal. Good government. See once you know what But I couldn't spend as much time as I want it. One evening a come back home, which was about two weeks since I returned from the hospital, I found a seated by the fire. So I went and sat down next to her, and she started to beat a lament. She told me about how losing her leg. Has meant that is the end off our life. She told me about how she was wondering What's her or her parents did wrong. So that the buds are mean can feel on her..

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"watson watt" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"watson watt" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Radio hour from pure X. I'm Sarah Austin, Janice. We're exploring missteps in this hour and sometimes when we make a mistake, we can't go back. David Watson. Watt Billa developed this next story In one of our global community workshops. The story takes place in a small town in Zambia, where he grew up. David told this at a moth event that we produced during the U. N. General Assembly, where the stories were all about equal rights. Here's David Watson Watt Billa live of the month. I was five years old. When my mother decided to take me And five off my siblings from the capital city of Zambia. To the village to cut up a district to go and live with my grandmother, a journey which took us about three days. So I finally get there. A small boy. In a strange land. Where people spoke a language I didn't understand. With people. Whose ways oflife I was not accustomed. The community was economically deprived. People walked barefoot. And it was a struggle to have a decent meat. So there I was scared for me and my sisters. Wondering what was going to become of us. I turned around to look on their shores. The most beautiful girl I had ever seen in my whole life. She looked at me and smiled. I looked at her smiled back. From that very moment. I knew sure Special I found out that her name was loco in the few days that followed. We become best friends. You could teach me about our traditions and customs. How our tradition valued agenda and six rose above everything else. Better man should only do Emma's job. And a woman should only do a woman's job such as cooking. I'm taking care of the kids. Another off such traditional was this mama, come be traditional ceremony. Where the elderly men in the village would go on top of the mountain. Give offering tone sisters so that we can have a good harvest on good rains. One afternoon me and took away walking from the well. And we passed by a person was an albino. Oh, Vice. I didn't Toko put her shit out. And spot inside it. I was curious Astor. Why have you done that? She told me that in this tradition Anyone who was physically different from us was considered to have had a bad omen. And in order for us to repel that woman away from us. We were suppose to speed inside our shit and stay away from them as much as possible. So I spot inside my shit and off we went on our merry way. By the age of 15 and taco inseparable. We did everything together. She told me about her dreams and aspirations. How she wanted to make life better for everyone around her. I mean, And her family inclusive. And I will tell her about my dreams under spirit shins, which are not much probably just having a kind song. One afternoon. After a rainy day, which was a sign off Good luck for us. Me and three off my cousin decided Go and put fertilizer in our feud. The bugs off, Fertilize aware, but £200 in your American skill. And there are too heavy for us as young lads to carry them. So we called our guys to come in till lift the box. So they helped us. We loaded the bags into the cut and off we went We finally get to the field. It was sake and wait because of the wrens. So my cousin and I decided to jump inside the cut. And push the bugs there. While we're pushing the bugs down. We did not realize that taco standing to close To the end of the cut. So accidentally one of the bugs filled on her. She screamed in pain. I jumped off trying to help her. Why the bug was too heavy, accorded monies. So my cousin told me to run back to the village and call for help. When help finally came. I will start the bad news that my best friend had broken her. Thanks. The nearest clinic tow our village was kilometers away. And because it was rainy season and the Terrians were so bad. It meant that it was impossible for him to move from one area to the next. So are the elders were waiting for things to get better. They decided to opt for traditional medicines. Every afternoon. I would go to check up on taco and encourage her that everything will be OK. You'll go to the clinic, you'll be treated and you'll be fine. The day finally came when she had to go to the clinic. Her parents to color I went under bid a farewell. And that's when you come back. You'll find me home. I'll be waiting for you. When she came home. I was so eager to see her. So I rushed to go and see her expected to be greeted by how beautiful and charming smile But I could see was despair in her ice. I asked what happened. In the father told me the bad news. The doctors had amputated her leg. Because we took so long to take it to the cleaning. From that very day. Everything changed. The times we used to spend together we're normal. Good government. See once you know what But I couldn't spend as much time as I want it. One evening a come back home, which was about two weeks since I returned from the hospital. I found a seated by the fire. So I went and sat down next to her, and she started to Beatle element, too..

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"watson watt" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"watson watt" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Journalism in the public Interest, 93.9 FM and AM 20 NPR News and their New York conversation. This's the moth radio hour from Rex. I'm Sarah Austin, Janice. We're exploring missteps in this hour and sometimes when we make a mistake, we can't go back. David Watson Watt Billa developed this next story In one of our global community workshops. The story takes place in a small town in Zambia, where he grew up. David told this at a moth event that we produced during the U. N. General Assembly. Where the stories were all about equal rights. Here's David Watson Watt Billa live out the month. I was five years old when my mother decided to take me And five off my siblings from the capital city of Zambia. Lusaka To the village to cut up a district to go and live with my grandmother, a journey which took us about three days. So I finally get there. A small boy. In a strange land. Where people spoke a language I do not understand. With people. Whose ways oflife I was not accustomed. The community was economically deprived. People walk barefoot. And it was a struggle to have a decent meat. So there I was scared for me and my sisters. Wondering what was going to become of us. I turned around to look on their shores. The most beautiful girl I had ever seen my whole life. She looked at me and smiled. I looked at her smiled back. From that very moment. I knew sure Special I found out that Handem was taco in the few days that followed. We become best friends. You could teach me about our traditions and customs. How our tradition valued agenda and six rose above everything else. That a man should only do a man's job. And a woman should only do a woman's job such as cooking. I'm taking care of the kids. Another off such traditional mama, come be traditional ceremony. Where the elderly men in the village would go on top of the mountain. Give offering tone sisters so that we can have a good harvest on good rains. One afternoon me and took away walking from the world. And we passed by a person was an albino. Oh, Vice. I didn't Toko put her shit out. And spot inside it. I was curious Astor. Why have you done that? She told me that in this tradition Anyone who was physically different from us was considered to have had a bad omen. And in order for us to repel that woman away from us. We were suppose to speed inside our shits on DH step away from them as much as possible. So I spiked inside my shit and off we went on our merry way. By the age of 15. Me and taco inseparable. We did everything together. She told me about her dreams and aspirations. How she wanted to make life better for everyone around her. Me. And her family inclusive. And I will tell her about my dreams under spirits shins, which are not much, probably just having a kind song. One afternoon. After a rainy day, which was a sign off Good luck to us. Me and three or four, my cousin decided Go on, put fertilizer in or confused. The bugs off, Fertilize aware, but £200 in your American skill. And there are too heavy for us as young lads to carry them. So we called our elders to come on till lift the box. So they helped us. We loaded the bags into the cut and off we went You finally get to the field. It was sucky and wait because of the wrens. So my cousin and I decided to jump inside the cut. And push the bugs there. While we're pushing the bugs down. We did not realize that Taco standing too close. To the end of the cut. So accidentally one on the bugs filled on She screamed in pain. I dumped off trying to help her. Why the bug was too heavy. I couldn't So my cousin told me to run back to the village and call for help. When help finally came. I will start the bun use that my best friend had broken her. Thanks. The nearest clinic tow our village was kilometers away. And because it was rainy season and the Terrans were so bad. It meant that it was impossible for him to move from one area to the next. So are the elders were waiting for things to get better. They decided to opt for traditional medicines. Every afternoon. I would go to check up on taco and encourage her that everything will be OK. You'll go to the clinic, you'll be treated and you'll be fine. The day finally came when she had to go to the clinic. Her parents to color I went on to bid a farewell. And that's when you come back. You'll find me home. I'll be waiting for you. When she came home. I was so eager to see her. So I rushed to go and see her expected to be greeted by how beautiful and charming smile But I could see was despair in her eyes. I asked what happened. In the father told me the bad news. The doctors had amputated her leg. Because we took so long to take her to the cleaning. From that very day. Everything changed. The times we used to spend together we're normal. Good government. See once you know what But I couldn't spend as much time as I want it. One evening a come back home, which was about two weeks since I returned from the hospital, I found a seated by the fire. So I went and sat down next to her, and she started to beat a lament. She told me about how losing her leg. Has meant that is the end off our life. She told me about her. She was wondering What's her or her parents did wrong. So that the butt domain can feel on her. I was scared off her. But I loved her too much to stay. So I listened to everything that she wanted to say. She looked up to me for guidance and soldiers. By the House and able to give her that Even though I did not implicitly tell her that I too believed that our life is over. Because she had lost her leg..

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"watson watt" Discussed on Dr. Gary Crow Presents AUDIO TIDBITS

Dr. Gary Crow Presents AUDIO TIDBITS

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"watson watt" Discussed on Dr. Gary Crow Presents AUDIO TIDBITS

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"watson watt" Discussed on FasCat Cycling Training Tips Podcast

FasCat Cycling Training Tips Podcast

17:01 min | 1 year ago

"watson watt" Discussed on FasCat Cycling Training Tips Podcast

"And today we're going to talk about using swift as it training tool not necessarily playing the game and racing but as a training tool to help you follow your training plan and your workout better bringing some enhancements to FTF peeing. We'll talk about using out. Does with the one hour climb and we'll talk about using Erg mode and win mode and then we'll talk about using the group Brad or race that You see in our training plans usually on Saturday. But we'll talk about choosing one and using that to enhance your performance but first let's do some announcements so we are just sheltering in place here Boulder Colorado. My kids are at home. I've been leading the RAFA clubhouse on indoor group workouts and it's been it's been pretty fun I keep doing that for the next four weeks or so we use zoom and we just go old school knows with no tack and I just call the workout out audibly like spin class. And it's been pretty fun IT I. We tried swift and tried to have everyone log in and get the get the workout that way in just wasn't as inclusive as it could have been because not everyone had a smart trainer or even as account and it just lead to a lot up people raising their hands honestly gave it was like. Ptsd from went fast. Cat had their indoor cycling program when everyone would raise their hand doesn't work and all that so anyway we just went completely old school calling it out. We did a new school workout. Which is variable. Power did these sweet spot micro intervals The superfund we'll talk about that the gravel team. We just completed the survey gravel rush series. Which we podcast it about on. March twenty seventh is area and Jake and myself in Jackson. We every Thursday. We did the gravel rush and I learned a lot and about like swift racing generals. We have dubbed Jake our official swift GR- Guru and it's been fun. We in fact it inspired this podcast today in primarily because we like a record number of athletes have embraced swift during the pandemic and coach. Jake and Isaiah can handle finish in the top ten of these races last week. It was funny. Isaiah was gun in for the win and he was saying there was some guy doing eight watts per kilogram just crushing him and pen. That Fella magically disappeared right before the finish and I think I come to find. That's fairly common in erasing and I guess that person just disappeared because he didn't WanNa get caught cheating or something like that so that is a part of of racing. I really don't take it that seriously. It's like a hard workout. I get dropped like five times. I started off in the front cyclocross race. And then it's like playing frogger backwards trying to hang onto each group as long as possible or that's been fun in a good type too hard way been using swift power dot com to just really quantify you know and see where you stack up at the end. Of course we turning peaks and and all that for the individual analysis. But it's it's like you get the race results right after and then you get everyone's power analysis right after. So can you imagine do gravel race or road racer Tom Trial and it just literally said? Here's everyone's watts per kilogram that they average for the race here. It was their average heart rate. Here's how much they weigh is pretty cool. You can see that. Some people are Hab -solutely turning themselves inside out and others are just kind of rolling along like heart rates one fifty and then they may because their their FTP is so high and they can actually do the the groups Is GOING FULL GAS? And then they just make an attack at the M. and then as you get excuse me further down the list you see that. Generally everyone is going to just about as hard as you can. As far as the gravel team goes which races we will be going to is still completely up in the air. We are sitting on a ton of t shirts and fast cycling. Kids we were planning on selling at the races. They're available it fast cat. Coaching DOT COM. If you WANNA get one are tentative schedule I would say right. Now is going to be steamboat. Gravel on August Rebecca's private Idaho over Labor Day the dirty Kanza September twelfth. The gold rush here in Colorado September twenty fourth and then the Belgian waffle Rod November eighth and San Diego. That said you know. I'm not living on her. We are not living underneath a rock. And we've been following the news in the what I'm paying most attention to. In addition to the Tour de France which is now a scheduled at the end of August. So it's hard to imagine any cycling race Being held before then but really what the news I'm most following is about the NFL and college. Football season's just gone at news to take cues on them for public health reasons and I think a lot of these gravel races because we do have a mass start especially these event expos. I think we're going to have to take cues from them so a future podcast and I'm working on is really resetting your timing to be fast. This ball look for that in the coming weeks. But in the meantime go back and listen to our September twenty fifth podcast two thousand nineteen. That is our timing. Is Everything podcast and timing of that podcast in the content of then was much because we were talking about off season resistance training and base and all that and here when we put this podcast outed probably be two or three weeks from now. It's really going to be what to do this summer to be fast this fall and it's not going to include any resistance training before because you can't. You can't really go to the gym and do squat so leg press you can do strength and conditioning. But that that's a little bit different anyway. Look for that podcast. Coming up moving on her review of the week comes from Bill. Hamel and Philip says I am now on week fifteen or the intermediate eighteen week. Sweet spot plan and feeling superstrong. If you follow the plan you can literally feel yourself getting faster week by week. My favorite workout of the plan is the long rod during the regeneration week. This is when you really start to feel the gains you have made in the strength and efficiency and endurance looking forward to seeing what my new. Ftp is when. I have completed the plans and moving things up another gear when I hit the intervals after years of self coaching. This plan has show me. They don't need to kill yourself weekend week out. With high intensity workouts. Eighteen week plan is so structured that your motivation remains high and you feel fresh enough to take on subsequent workouts. Some sessions are challenging. But I have really enjoyed laying down my morning watts from F. T. F. peeing. Make sure you check out the fast podcast to gain extra insight into your training and nutrition. Thank you frank and team. Well thank you Philip. And we're just going to double dip that review. The week is also has our podcast review the week since you mentioned does without further ado. Let's get into using swift as a training tool and so what we are going to cover. Today is three three ways to use west as a training tool. And as I mentioned at the beginning podcasts using the out which is a ex well I was about to say. The word exact. It's not it is A. Gps Replica of the real outdoors. In in France I wrote it yesterday. It pitches it gets steeper. The switch backs are your. I mean it's a it's a video representation of the optus with with that said their full gas is another APP and they have a video of like a real camera work of the outdoors. But we're going to talk about the one we did and swift. I did it. Yesterday is a super great workout. A sweet spot at all the way up and we'll talk about that. We'll also talk about using the Erg mode in swift in really the training peaks feature where you can export your workout from training peaks. To`swift follow that workout in Erg mode in while you're riding in central Park Richmond. The London Course Yorkshire Ends Broken and Switzerland and so forth and when we say Erg out I just want to clarify. That's where the watts that are prescribed in your training plan or transferred over to swift and then swift tells your smart trainer. What what's to adjust the resistance to so really. All you have to do is pedal to really nice feature. And it gives us as coaches the ability in power to design these highly variable workouts. That are only really suitable for indoor training. There is no way you could do these workouts outside. Because you just you'd you'd be staring at your bike computer the whole time waiting for QS. And so my rule of thumb when I designed indoor workouts using the mode in swift is. You're always doing something different about every sixty to ninety seconds in that helps and the reason why you're doing that is because it helps time pass quicker It's a lot of variety and then most importantly it's specific to your group rides and races and we'll get into that and then the third aspect of using swift as a training tool is the Grad or ray switches. Probably what most people are familiar with and We'll we'll talk about our survey gravel. Rush Group broaden just also it's not like a group Brad there everything devolves into a race. I mean it's full gas. You're getting dropped. I suppose you could. If you're extremely well disciplined and can check your ego. You can find group rides on swift where they do. Break it up into watts per kilogram and you can choose one. That's you know. Maybe maybe no. Your sweet spot is like two point. Five to three watts per kilogram. You can join that group rat. And then he'd be guaranteed supposedly to not turn it into a race and yet so so that so I let. Let's get into it. Let's start with outdoes with because that's the one I'm just most jazzed about. That's that's new for me this year. That came out Oh I don't know it's somewhat knew you need. I have been asking or advising coached athletes to do the swift for certain workouts and those workouts are. If you're doing a gravel race that has one hour climb like the crusher in the Tushar. Guess what there is no more specific way to train for that than to get on the outdoes wit and that would mostly pertain to a lot of the athletes that live in regions and areas. Where they don't have an hour climb. So that's what the APP does with brings to the table. It gives you that ability to simulate a one hour climbing in talking about simulation I was podcasting with Jim. Miller the Chief of sports performance last week and we'll put out that podcast here soon. But they are using virtual reality courses to simulate and train on the Tokyo twenty twenty one road and time trial courses. That is the thing now. And so if you have a goal of doing like a one hour climb a lot of athletes have a goal of doing that is the real thing like in a certain time and it means a coach. I would just tell them okay. Well we're doing out does with that settled. There's no better way to to train for it. You're going to see how long that takes you initially and know how far you have to go to get to that goal. You're going to train. On the pitches you do need to shift up and down to maintain your momentum at the bottom of the ALP it gets less steep in the switch bags and then in between the switchback it gets IT GETS PRETTY STEEP. So you have to just your your cadence in your rhythm you need to shift down and speed up around the corners. It's it's a really fun so anyway we'll talk about that. So and then the other question we get all the time With out deserved it or just climbing in general. It's usually the athletes east of the Mississippi. What if I can't I don't have a client? I got a phone call from a training plan athlete. I forgot your name. I'm sorry but he no he's agreeable racer but he's from Indiana and he was asking about how he can do hill climbing and herbals and where they don't have and the answer is out swift and and then the second answer is well. Watson Watt so if you train your threshold your maximum sustainable steady state power and then you would. You can do that on the flat but it's GonNa be enhanced if you're doing something like how does with so for what is it fourteen dollars a month go ahead and get yourself Swift count hop on. Have Fun in. And you're going to be able to do a one hour. Climb and not only that like if your workout called for doing three by ten minutes on you can do those intervals up out this swift. And there's a nice little like a U. shaped icon in the menu bar swift. He can you know you can shift up and do zone one for your recovery in between your ten minute intervals. Or you can hit the little u-shaped icon Arab and in turn around and go down For for the for the zone to watts that are prescribed inbetween your ten minute threshold intervals. So that that's pretty cool. When you have a group ride or a router an Amex rod like on Saturday. You know right now. You can't do. Group rides everyone should be re By themselves so what do you do? Well get on swift jump in a group proud. Choose something that's that helps you. Follow your plan. Adjust your intensity as such but say you had a a a like an Amex or tss route of two hundred tss and will you could get on Swift you need to be level. Twelve or higher so I have another half a race or an event in north Georgia in the Delano. Msa said that right It's very similar to the six gap Fonda which many athletes do and living in flatlands. Like he does. We are using the does with to get in a ton of climbing so but the reason why I know you need to be level. Twelve is he's like I don't see it on sweat. You have to have ridden enough on. This gets into the game part of it and I think I saw a research that you need to have about thirty five hours in there to get to like level twelve from scratch and and so you know. I don't know what you can do that. You can't join group rides in pub like public events to do that but it's choose the road to sky.

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"watson watt" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"watson watt" Discussed on 600 WREC

"And hopefully under some happier circumstances we maybe talk about prosperity next time I would be happy to do that any time take care I thank you all right there's J. P. Maroney on Memphis morning news and the temperature is forty three degrees cover some birthdays here it's at forty three degrees at six forty and that today on this date April the thirteenth seventeen forty three the third president of the United States Thomas Jefferson was born and he was born in Virginia on this date in seventeen forty three also on this date in eighteen sixty six Butch Cassidy born Robert leroy Parker the desperado for the wild bunch passage was born in beaver Utah on this date in eighteen cities six six look at this picture looks kind of like Jon Gruden the football guy coach I also thought his tape in eighteen ninety two Robert Watson watt the Scottish physicist and developer of the radar and radio direction finding in World War two was born in Scotland on this date in nineteen twenty three it was the birthday of don Adams from get smart he was born in New York New York passed away in two thousand five also on this date in nineteen thirty five Lyle Waggoner from the Carol Burnett show in from Wonder Woman was born in Kansas city on this day in nineteen thirty five all the state nineteen forty six the birthday of Al Green yet the Reverend was born on this date in forest city Arkansas the state nineteen fifty on April thirteenth celebrating a birthday what a man to to to to put it up but it will Ron Perlman from quest for fire beauty and the beast is born in the Bronx on the St nineteen fifty one Ivo Bryson the R. and B. vocalist thank you also thank you same beauty Ron Carmen was in beauty and the beast not believe people Bryson didn't he sang in beauty and the beast and then nineteen sixty four on April thirteenth Davis love the third the golfer and finally on this date in nineteen seventy Rick Schroeder when the kid is known as Ricky Schroeder from silver spoons and more he was born in stone in Staten Island New York on this date in nineteen seventy eight.

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"watson watt" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"watson watt" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Meteorologist bill decker news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. forty five degrees now in Sacramento it news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. with Amanda Carroll who's interested in a doctor this morning I'm Sam Shane off the Kelly brothers we go for some money news agenda muse Burford and brothers I Kelly a local activist journal park our this is the building overlooking a star Chavez park and they have the the US accomplished library Galleria inside of it it is just been sold but god's I'm pointing this out just to say that the appreciation downtown especially in that the golden one arena zone or halos let's call it has been pretty strong the last time this was sold was June the seventeenth we're talking two and a half years ago I bought a four hundred twenty million they just sold for a hundred and sixty five million so forty five million appreciation in two and a half years not bad for a downtown Sacramento office building a market overall today finally getting a little bit of a bounce off the corona virus I can't call it lows yet we don't know if we're going to go lower or not but obviously two thousand points on the Dow in two days for the week all the major averages going into today were down sixty seven percent but a little bit of a buyer stepping in you might say is we have a major averages right now one and a half to two percent dalam four hundred twenty nine point twenty seven five fifteen nasdaq up one seventy five of ninety one forty one the S. and P. up fifty one points or over one and a half percent cooldown ten oil up one percent ten year bond yield one point three five Kelly thanks so much talk to you in a half an hour it is a February twenty six time for what you're what happen in Zach foster's been doing research for us this morning I have and I think I've got a pretty fun segment for you here some nineteen thirty five radar was first demonstrated by Robert Watson watt today if you didn't know radar is actually an acronym stands for radio detection and ranging interesting yeah an interesting good little science course we have you are welcome here's another one nineteen seventeen the first recording of jazz music was ever released again like I said it was nineteen seventeen and this is a produced by a band called the original dixieland jazz band so needs to spell jazz J. A. S. before they changed it later on G. A. Z. Z. correct and the song is called the little re stable blues and this is played out I'm guessing on a phonograph I'm not sure they might have had earlier versions of tape recording by then but that that would be something interesting to look into this is actually a racially integrated band which was rare is this what that people used to dance the Charleston too I don't see this kind of music kind of music yeah.

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"watson watt" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"watson watt" Discussed on 600 WREC

"And this morning news it is seven forty six by the way I am I promised you a few other things on this date in history let's run through a few more of those medically Ambrose I get to the phone lines force this morning and we stop down for that because we want to talk about the debate last night and we got that we got to do that let's talk a bit more about what happened on this date in history on February the twenty six on this date in nineteen thirty five the New York Yankees release Babe Ruth when he signed with the Boston Braves and on this very same date radio detection and ranging also known as radar was first demonstrated by Robert Watson watt also on this date and of Hitler secretly authorized the formation of the Luftwaffe with Herman during the commander in chief also on this date in nineteen thirty eight if the first passenger ship that was equipped with radar so three years to the day after the demonstration all right are women on a ship also on this date in nineteen sixty seven a couple of decades later Mario Andretti at the knights Daytona five hundred won his first and only NASCAR Grand National event the only time driver born outside the U. S. has ever won the great American race also on this date in nineteen seventy the Beatles released Beatles again also known as the Hey Jude album also this dated nineteen seventy seven it was the first flight of the space shuttle if you'll remember back in the old school days it was a top a Boeing seven forty seven and then also on this date in nineteen seventy nine if you were in elementary school or high school and it was the last total eclipse of the sun in the twentieth century for the continental United States number having to get out and outside they took us outside of school to experience that that was forty one years ago today also on this date in nineteen eighty three Michael Jackson's thriller album goes number one and stays number one for thirty seven weeks also this date in nineteen eighty nine on February the twenty sixth the Dallas Cowboys fire coach Tom Landry after twenty nine years at the helm of want is often called America's team and who is he replaced by Jimmy Johnson also on this date in nineteen ninety three the World Trade Center bombing a truck bomb exploded in the parking garage of the World Trade Center just after lunch time killing six and injuring over a thousand what was the deadliest act of terrorism perpetrated on U. S. soil at the time also on this date in nineteen ninety eight Oprah was found not guilty in the beef defamation trial brought by the Texas cattlemen and remember who was a consultant on that case doctor Phil and then not long after that Dr Phil got him a showed any and he's been on ever since and there you have it on this date in history at seven forty nine let's talk about some of the top stories the corona virus of course continuing to be picked up by as detected in various countries around the globe Simon no one has the latest on that the U. S. military confronting the first infection of an American soldier the twenty three year old man who is now at home off base this is a setback it's true there's no getting around that but it's not the it's not the end of the war the commander of the U. S. army garrison in Daegu South Korea colonel Edward Ballon code telling troops we are well equipped to fight this thing off meanwhile in a deadly outbreaks in Italy and Iran the world health organisation saying yesterday was the first day that more new infections reported outside China than in China sign it Alan fox news and they're they're together Simon talking about this on a global scale also in the news side this morning on a local basis should we can share some is looking for help to find out who took a shot at a fed ex truck yesterday right around lunch time or eleven thirty yesterday morning no injuries but it is reported that this happened near I. four and I. forty near Canada road there at exit twenty fed ex truck driver was shot at by unknown truck driver and the investigation continues on a speaking of continuing investigation they're still looking for the two teenagers and the forty three year old chaperone slash parent that from buying county from the from the high school fishing team that was there over the weekend on the Tennessee River for I guess a fishing events they were having some motor issues and many thought that they that were taking their boat and going back to a bind county apparently that was not the case as the boat was found about thirteen miles downstream away from there and because of the the water situation the height and the current there is it a difficult time this being had by Tennessee wildlife resources agency and other authorities in trying to sort out what happened there trying to find the people that were in that boat they have not heard from anybody they have not seen anybody related that in volunteers are back out there today searching an area anywhere from yeah they say about a thirteen mile area although they did do some spot searches up to thirty miles away I guess based upon where the flow of the water was going to go we'll keep an eye on that story not date you right here on six hundred W. are you see a ninety two point one FM if we hear anything new it's seven fifty two we got forty degrees check the road.

Jamie Foxx on his latest film 'Just Mercy'

Popcorn with Peter Travers

09:26 min | 2 years ago

Jamie Foxx on his latest film 'Just Mercy'

"Is popcorn where we tell you what's happening at the movies and there's a great movie out right now for your c called just mercy that has Michael Jordan and then also this ask Jamie Foxx. Yes you're not from give it up now you either are or execute chicks you have to face. This is all right Jamie before I lose complete control interview which would be fine but you made a great movie and Jess Mercy you dead. I think this is a true story. True story I think this is the opposite is this is the most important movie I've ever done Yeah I got yes because of who it's about and what it's about Brian Stephen. A lawyer of WHO's played wonderfully about Michael Jordan. who his whole life is? A Journey is exonerating people that are on death row of wrongly accused and and when I met Bryan Stevenson I was blown away about how much he's done. And what is and it's been sort of under the radar so I applaud Michael Jordan for being the biggest star in the world But always coming back to the movies like this for our cultural for us to educate is to uplift us to give us hope and like I said it is the most important movie I've ever the and who do you play. Play Walter mcmillen Watson Watt's McDonald's amendment south in in Alabama who own pulping business chop down trees for living on his way home on a country road he gets pulled over by the sheriff. And the sheriff says you killed someone it city he's never been in Never met this person. They say you're going to jail. And they put him in jail. Put him on death row without a trial he was on death. Row without a trial for six years and I've been death row before studying for movie and the one thing that I knew about death row was at the worst thing you give. A person is hope because they know that at some point At any point they could be taken off to either electric chair or however they're going to be a or expired but hope walks in in the form of Bryan Bryan Stevenson. Who has played wonderfully Michael Jordan? He takes the case. This is a nineteen eighty six. which wasn't that long ago and They pulled off the miraculous And exonorated a person who had never been in. This has never happened in Alabama person to be exonerated off of death row. And that's the store and what was amazing about how our director destination destined and Michael Be put the movie together on how it brings. Everybody and you saw this Toronto in Toronto. Where just make people crazy and you got I? I don't know eight minutes and thirteen minutes standing ovation but what I really appreciated about the movie. Was it allowed everyone in this movie tested in front of a all black audience at a ninety seven now we expect it for that to be in a high number then they tested in the mid West in front of mostly white audience and we what they say it tested at a ninety eight so that lets you know that the work that was done in the movie as the adapt tation of a book really really got it done. It really worked. Let's look at a clip from your performance Sir Ingest Mercy Screen Actors Guild nominated for I godless. So let's look list from Harvey all know what it is here. You get from the moment you ball buddy over these white folks and make them laugh and try to make him like it. Whatever that is and you say yes or no man but when it's your turn ain't got no thanks take evidence and all the witnesses they got eight thing another matter when all your thank is I looked like a WHO could kill somebody? That's not what I think the way. You're not looking at him and then you do. It's just it's devastating because he wants to get it out. He wants him to hear what was going on in in this soul and then that look. I'm sure he's done it a few times that look to see if what I told hold him really landed. Sometimes people can be in those positions and it's no pad pencil numbers. You're just another person. I'm on my way. But when he looked up so Michael be looking back at him. Engaged young ready ready to take on whatever this whatever this monster is designed to do at the end it was another thing too. I studied a film that that move to me was made famous to me by Al Pacino in The Godfather and if you remember I think it was Zena he was when he was getting ready to kill him at the dinner table. Yeah when he says. I'm going to talk Doc Italian till Michael foresaken and as he goes to talk. Al Pacino Leans up to listen but he looks this way first and and then he engaged so as you study the the art. There's certain things that you bring along with you. That are really effective. Well it sure sure works and that's what you want. You don't just see this movie and say you want to talk to people about it and you see this. You gotTa feel it because there's instead of just anger and just rage. There's a sense of. We can do something about it if we fail. Were trying to do something it. Listen the thing about. This is what I enjoyed about the way. The movie plays out is said when people leave this movie. They feel like they want to get involved. What can I do? What can I do to change his narrative? What can I do to pull back to mass of some of these injustices? And that's what's been so fulfilling with this film because Brian I Steve Isn't who still going out there every day of about his job. He needs it. He needs that people to know that these things are going on because it helps in his endeavors in taking these people and trying to you know put their lives back together. Well Walter Your Johnny on on these calls a lot of things. But he's the kind of person that grows up in this Alabama neighborhood and it was. It's very ironic in the movie. How everybody there even racist Alabama is saying? This is Monroe Kennedy. This is where Harper Lee wrote to them walking bird right which is about Wow this racist that. They don't even say dangerous sort of bouncing off her celebrity. What well here's the thing is like like I'd say all the time there were some very interesting things that wall to sit? Did I looked like a man that could kill somebody. This is the perception that were attacking what tackling the perception that a black man automatically you feel like there is some some of villainous or ominous thing that he possesses therefore of when he is accused of something. We sorta turn the other way. You know we don't necessarily we give them the benefit of the doubt. I can't tell you how many times when when there's something going on on television and there's there's some type of crime every black person to tell you man. I hope it's not a black person. Listen you know why because it continues the narrative but continues The procession so that's what we're what we were tackling in in the movie Walter. Walter says you're guilty from the day you were born now. That was something that we actually ad-libbed in the in the script really. Yeah because yes that's my line Growing up in a southern place in Texas in Texas and being met with early age age racism being called As a young kid it baffled me I was eight years old. My grandfather told me go. Get some gas and gas like twenty five cents a gallon. So he's bringing some gas. I I had to walk on the other side of the tracks. Go get the gas but I think the gas only came up to eighteen cents and I need to get to seven cents back but I didn't WANNA leave the gas out you know so I had to walk into the place I walk in and the guy says. Hey what are you doing while you bring the gas. And I looked at him. I said hey eight. I'm only eight nine. Remember marching back to my grandfather and told him what happened. My grandfather went over and talked to the man told him. You know. That's not nice and whatever you told them what He. He squatted. But I couldn't couldn't wrap my mind around a grown man looking at a child insane and saying that and so that's where I got the line I said I don't have nothing to do with this. I was just born. How can I change this? Why are you so angry at me just because because I was born? Yeah so when you're born into the world and this label is on you just because you're born. I thought that that was something that Walter that we should Add to the to the layer of his character saying I was just born because that's all of us were only just

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"watson watt" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"watson watt" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Their voices when it comes to the freedom and rights of the people of China and siding with the Chinese Communist Party and silencing free speech the NBA is acting like a wholly owned subsidiary of the that Thoris tarian regime a progressive corporate could willfully abuse of human rights is not progressive it is free press if that's true thank you know this Charles Barkley is demonstrating increasingly what a jackass how stupid ES a washed up former basketball player that's what he is I think he's funny it's not funny done you wanna smart basketball player she kill o'neill and by the way his younger stepsister forty years all passed away today she was fighting cancer I noticed in the news and we our deepest sympathies go out to him and his family Charles Barkley is a big mouth thinks he's funny it's not funny the moron he's also demonstrated as has lebron as has that coach the what the hell is is nine Steve Kerr that for them the NBA in money comes first and second everything else looting the liberty of individuals whether they're in slave whether they're tortured whether the rape whether their merit that's quite secondary you don't understand talk about timing they'll tell you well let's listen to the genius who is Charles Barkley on TNT yesterday responding to the vice president cut nine go as for the presence of a hell of a lot more ice president needs to shut the hell up see said guy who believes in free speech why don't you shut the hell up you Jack why don't you shut the hell up go ahead American companies are doing business in China all American companies of doing business he's not saying companies you shouldn't do business in China genius what he's saying is that more one more eight tweeted out what he tweeted out in support of the people in Hong Kong we're not being brutalized because the communist regime has infiltrated the police force in Hong Kong is pulling people off the streets now and they're disappearing what he's saying is that the NBA should be from this guy moray under the bus when he's speaking the truth in exchange for the yeah for money in essence that's what he's saying he didn't say businesses should do business in China all that would be my view he's in the NBA shouldn't power shouldn't have petrol light if one of its executives on one of its teams wants to speak up go ahead this call commissioners server and lebron James was unfair Watson watt was unfair about it so we kind of backed up but not lebron James it's not unfair to talk about politics you're gonna use your position to talk about pot Hey look look pal lebron James is a talking is somebody who's objective he has investments investments that matter in China I don't most of us don't so some jerk from apple or some other company did exactly the same thing and he was right an executive in a blue suit and a white shirt and a red tie we'd be saying exactly the same thing lebron James gets a pass what is he Joe Biden go ahead while I have you can say whatever you are consequences.

"watson watt" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"watson watt" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Radio's. I'm John prickly despite how with the amount of distractions heading into the two thousand nineteen season for the raiders you couldn't tell on the field tonight against division rival Denver also in a fourteen of three lead as they close upon the final minute of the third quarter back end of a doubleheader on ESPN for Monday Night Football Josh Jacobs two yard rushing touchdown Derek Carr an eight yard touchdown pass to his new number one wideout in Perot Williams a miracle finish by the saints after the sun Watson watt the Texans in front in the closing minute will lots did New Orleans the when adding a fifty eight yard field goal with two seconds to go saints taken thirty to twenty eight afterwards once said he never doubted himself obviously on coffee what I do I'm confident moderation I knew with thirty seven seconds left that we're going to have an opportunity to get you know at least close to vocal range and you know and and that situation there's not a single K. kick I turned down and you know like we talk about the as opposed to regain first acting go my way and you know that's what this game's all about is bouncing back and be able to have your teammates have your back and make a cake like that that's got to be a. it can be tough one moment for me. deliveries to touchdowns in the win baseball Yankees and red Sox prior to the game David Ortiz threw out the first pitch returning the Fenway for the first time since being shot by gunmen in a night club in his native Dominican Republic through York would win the game five nothing another entry for them this time out of my truck went out six to eight weeks of a great to castrate astro seven home runs in the first two innings played the eight fifteen to.

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Watch ad on app, get free movie ticket

Talking Tech

07:51 min | 2 years ago

Watch ad on app, get free movie ticket

"We all love to go to the movies. We all don't have paying for them. Stacy spikes came up with an idea a few years ago about such grip Shen to go to the movies with movie pass. And now he has a new deal. It's called pre show where you watch an ad and in return for that you get movie tickets Stacy spikes is here in the USA day L A bureau today, we're talking tech with them. Everybody wants to know Stacy. How exactly is this thing gonna work? Sure. Thanks chef. So basically, we were all used to seeing what we call the pre show or the coming attractions in movie theaters. So all we've done is moved that to your device, and you get to watch show of of coming attractions or product placement or brand placement related to the movie you picked and once you've completed it you earn the points to go to the movies for free. That's it. Okay. And. You're in a Kickstarter right now. Yes. And so the first question anytime does anybody does a kick starter is will it really happen? Yes. It's going to happen. Yes. When so the first people will begin testing it this summer. So we're looking at July, and then we created three waves where there's the highest group that goes in first, then a second group, and then the third group, and then once they've all tested, and we've got any kinks worked out, then they can all invite their friends, but today, it is a closed group. So if you don't go in through the Kickstarter, it's something you won't be able to experience for a while. And how much did you? Have you raised from kick star? I didn't look at it today. I know that we set a minimum goal of ten thousand. I know it passed yesterday or the day before twenty thousand I think we still have another thirty days to go. And so it's just getting started. We we knew we wanted a group of beta testers, which is why we wanted people love movies wanted people go to the movies. Not only will they be the best people. But they're also the hardest please because they're used to doing it a lot. So that's why we decided to go the kickstart around. Okay. So I love movies. How do I know that? I'm pretty sure I'm going to actually see in the movies that I wanna see so on the app, you pick a movie you've watched that pre show we give you a card the virtual card our physical card your choice. You then go to the movie theater? And purchase a ticket of that movie that you wanted to see so you're in complete control over that. We've just loaded those funds to that card in your account. Okay. They have ads in movie theaters now and nobody's let me see movies for free. So what's your pitch to the advertiser? Here. The advertiser who advertises in theaters is not sure whether people are watching those ads or not with us. We guarantee that they are. And we have that. It's not only that they're watching it. But we can verify that the person is watched it. So the ad dollars are worth a lot more than I hope they watched it. I don't know if they're at the bathroom or the concession stand. Who knows this way, you actually know and you can bear. And you do not have to have deals with the movie chains because it's directly advertisers, paying you. And you're paying me. Correct. Right. Tell us before we go to your original idea movie past how it came to be what? You doing sure? So I had started a film festival urban world, which is still around. It's the largest minority film festival. One of the great directors that came out of it as a voodoo Rene and a few other directors, and like, Malcolm Lee, and Tim story, and we were trying to figure out a way that we could take this audience, and we would get them all to pay a monthly fee and every month, we were going to actually put a movie in theaters, but we were gonna four wall the theater based on this group coming together. So it's kind of could we do a an indie distribution, you know, a circuit. And someone said, well, why wouldn't you do that for movies in general? And it was I think it was Travis read who was a CEO of lows at the time. He and I were having a conversation. And I said, it's an interesting idea. And that was the beginning of the thought. But why wouldn't you have a subscription platform for people who go to the movies quite often? So forty million Americans go to the movies once a month, and what we found when we launched movie pass was people who went once a month started going to times a month. If you went one point five you ended up going three times a month, and it doubled your movie going behavior. So that was how it got started. And it just kept going and going and going people loved it and the idea and the concept, and then it just took off. But, but they were people were going to too many movies movie pass could make a living looked at what the new owners their approach is their approach the original business model is different. So the way that that I was designing it is very similar to the concert business. So when you go to a concert you. Get to your seat and you'll run and maybe get a hotdog or something. But when you leave that concert, you go and you grab merchandise memorabilia, right? So besides the ticket. There's two other revenue streams food and beverage and merchandise will we believed was when that person's leaving Star Wars. Why not say, hey, do you want to own this film? And if they say yes on their phone when St. date happens is a digital copy, and you'll charge them. So you were capturing the enthusiasm of the film at that moment. Right. So your idea was get him to the movie theater and sell them other stuff. And now you've got pre show. Yep. What Watson watt some stuff on your app and get a free ticket launching in the summertime to your Kickstarter audience. So if I'm not a Kickstarter person, you have wait when am I going to see this don't know yet? So whether it'll happen in two thousand nineteen we don't. No, I would say it's not gonna happen in twenty nineteen given that the waves of the people just in the Kickstarter. The last group doesn't even start using it till November. So it goes July September November are the three different waves. So listening hope for twenty twenty or pay fifteen bucks and go join the Kickstarter and do it now and help give us feedback because we want people who like going to movies to give us feedback that we can make a next generation product that it's that works well for every all right? So Stacey if people have questions they can find you wear. So you can our website is pre show dot co dot CO. You can also if you have questions immediately in the kick starter they accept a question section. So I myself and other members of the team we answer that directly as well. Already. Well, Stacy spikes from pre show, thanks for coming in and talking. Check with us on Jefferson Graham, you can find me on Twitter at Jefferson Graham, you can find Stacy on Twitter wear at Stacy Stacy spikes already on Twitter.

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"watson watt" Discussed on Invention

Invention

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"watson watt" Discussed on Invention

"All right. We're back. Now, there is one way that we've been talking about this this book by fanning out, fanning points out that death-ray research did come to a real and important technology to defend against air raids. The original reason that people kept talking about it. And here's the story. So fanning writes about how in the mid nineteen thirties British authorities invited the sky named Robert Watson watt who was superintendent of the radio research station at Slough to do research on death rays to shore British air defences like we talked about like governments frequently did show actual interest in death raise. It wasn't just popular hype. The governments were like, well, if somebody's got one we want it. So we wanna know if this can be done, and so they they asked Watson watt to see if there was any way of generating raise the good, stop or destroy enemy aircraft. And so Watson watt and his assistant Arnold. Skip Wilkins did some tests in their lab. And they concluded as others had in the past that it was. Not practical to create such Ray because in order to operate the appropriate distance to shoot planes out of the sky from a distance. It would require just an impossible amount of energy. They also mentioned in this is in fact, the the same thing tesla was planning about once he adjusted his claim from the earlier death Ray claim to the later particle beam idea. But then also these guys mentioned the idea that radio waves aimed at an aircraft might bounce back toward the transmitter. And this idea, of course, helped form the basis of what would become radar using radio waves to detect incoming enemy aircraft before they were overhead allowing time to prepare defenses against the air raid. And so the death Ray story proved doubly useful for the British here..

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