5 Burst results for "Wayne Fair"
"wayne fair" Discussed on Agent Academy - An Ingress Podcast
"Not not in Good Adam so I'm not somebody that would stay up all night and do them and then have a rough day the next day. Kuni but Yeah so we should do one together. Then let's just start doing them as a team. Okay you you you start to solve. I'll go he up. Looks good to me whenever WanNa give it away like when I'm saying something in our chat because I know vein wanted to start doing so I don't want to be like spoiler spoiler but if we did them all together then it's like wrong kinda pitching in a little bit and will you give me the very first part of it. That could be the easiest part and you can have the rest. I guess 'cause I just I guess I just suck at that so I stuck a bat neglecting but I keep playing anyway people can. That's the thing Yup Speaking of keeping on We had a couple of agents that were talking about how to continue ingress even though you might be sheltering in place Things like that. So there was a an info graphic that was put out talking about things that you could do During the days when the band as you inside so if you're a level one one to sixteen anybody of course recharge recharge recharge and get that. Recharge your badge. So it's a good idea. You don't have to go anywhere to really do that. One just got to have the keys if you're seven to sixteen core. She can create missions on your computer. Then go do them after the sequester. Everything's over that's a good idea. Eight to Sixteen. You can if you have the keys. Edit Portal's remotely improving their name descriptions picture just cleaning up the data so to say ten sixteen. You can Send New Puerto Request remotely using pictures taken with your phone or by other agents. You have proof the real and valid portal candidates and might be kind of tough to do because you had to have the picture in place So but it could be. It could be done. And of course. Twelve sixteen Computer access she can do wayfair and thumbs up thumbs down things on the portal network. Also gets you closer to that. Opr Badge If you have a key of course you can edit the location of the portal remotely. So he can still do a lot And be there But they remind you your health more important than that so journa- badge which you now have a way that you can still get that sojourner age so you can still do a lot I know we'd always had that talk about. You wish you could do more couch pressing so to say yeah. I think it's a good time for OPR like everybody's portals that they've been submitting over the past ever long should all be Get to go and in less than a month rank everybody Wayne Fair and just getting their OPR badge taken up there and We'll see the how that works because I have like twelve new ones just sitting there waiting like oh maybe this is a good one If y'all think this is a good candidate for a portal I guess I could bring it up but actually so basically there's a parking lot In Downtown Madison. That has light posts and they had these plaques on the bottom it's like a concrete circa thing with a plaque on it with a quote from you know like Martin Luther King quote or Thomas Edison. Just you know famous historic figures. And it's you know nice little plaque But there's quite a few of them so it's like I think they would make decent portals. I think they would make great portals for for me like a that would be our biggest farming town if they all get approved but What do you think do you say yea or Nay? Unthinking have to see how close it is to other ones What the portal density in the area is and will they be green most of the time. Don't we ought to can't do that? No I mean they sound like good candidates but again yeah. It's it's hard to tell without knowing what's around it Right well there's like nothing around it. Okay I mean there's the downtown area is like behind some buildings from it There's like one portal near them. Never Know Portland and the nearby nature preserve that I submitted. I forgot that I had submitted so I submitted it again and again and finally got on the third tribe. It was a little different each time but but I got it. So it's in the middle of a nature preserve nothing around it so and I know the reason they probably couldn't figure it out is because it was. You know you look at the map and it's it under the trees now look mine base of a light exactly what it is it could get to one star.
"wayne fair" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast
"I do vaguely. I remember seeing replays of it in slow motion from every angle that the BBC had to offer, and they were sort of going. Hey, wouldn't it be great if there was some sort of technology that kids determine but? Glove. Toget- Ferrara to tell us what is planet for marriage. Any the cool mid last week. No plan yet. So that's interesting. You, perhaps, suggesting that he might bring some sort of gross Colton house to kill age. Or do you think it's more just well comforts and I mean what a new voice gonna thing because Goran did back in the day was get Chillington hit towns. Didn't they go for his shots? But the my mind goes back to about ten twelve years ago when. Wayne fair told me that he that Tim Henman really frustrated him on grass those in the latter stages of Tim's career because he stopped serving volleying, he said, you know, you've got one of the best seven volumes in the game in Tim Henman and, and he doesn't do it anymore. He's staying at the back of the car, and he says, I don't understand it. You says Stephan at beg used to believe in serve and volley. So he did it in an and I remember asking Tim when I said this about you, what do you think? And he said. I know what he means. But the, the conditions of change is not the same grass-court tennis isn't what it was when I started planet. So I'm just wondering whether Ferraro will try and get Chile to the net. More is coming back into fashion, isn't it? I mean all these young old youngsters. It's very trendy to be over the net and to be playing doubles into be keen to ho ho new skills. I mean we've had a decade or so with where it's been I mean someplace if been adept at the net. Plenty of them, but it's been. It's been not unusual to have a complete blacks book in your game. You know, there have been pleased that just done it, what they're doing than they're really have. And I think that's going a fashion. Now, I think having any kind of hole in new game is, is not cool difference maker, isn't it differentiate yourself from the baselines, and it's actually struck me with Medvedev today. I had some really nice touches at the net which I've never seen from him before he is. So in the mix isn't he, he really was impressed with them. Just so like the word that always thought always think of with Medvedev's deceptive like to watch him why I just the fundamental components of his game. Don't impress me here. But we put them all together alternative on summer. Omar is on spectacular. Isn't it? Effective. And I and I think he's in the bottom half of the draw with Chile and Anderson who we've spoken about, might might get confidence might get form but it feels like a really, really open. Drove but especially bottom of a draw the being the Boston half than the Paul. Yeah. And but full Evans against the Brinker. Oh, what a magic is the remaining bottom Hof. First rounder be played first up tomorrow has that ever been better round, one order of ply them, what there is. I mean just. Let's just go through it very quickly Stanford Rinker against Donovan's, then is it Kyle Edmund yet. No. Rush drink. Plays Evans have ring del Patricia valve sit surpass Edmund Dimitrov Ohio. Elliot's seem. Yes. As we and clock on cou one future vici against Filipino. Lopez then militia around it. She against Mark chicken out to then Nick curious against Andrine men arena, and then this desert matches as well on the psycho, it's Alex de minora against the sped, Anees unquote, five. Let's remember the Evans against the Franco was a third round match at the US open in twenty sixteen Evans had a match point. So we'll veasley. You know, one point different and Evans would have gone on to win that USA..
"wayne fair" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast
"I sort of feel it's not that dissimilar for a player like and Chile who's clearly out of form has been injured, but it's just gotten no for admits it says the first six months this year have been really tough rim. But squeaking through a match to it might start to come back in the feeling might return. It's just interesting watching these players who've been talking to one, these titles. Just trying to find the answers, we'll Wayne, forever Abedian. Well, that's, that's an interesting one isn't it? Cause Ferrara came into the office earlier new coach for the grasscourt season of marriage and a champion here we here we had a little look his record here because I remember winning the toddler in ninety two. And then. My first every year here is ninety six and I- regaled this tile to him of stunning courtside when it was a bit like this, you know, as we sit here now it's it's nearly nine o'clock at night, the it's still daylight, but it's, it's getting dark of the sun, is setting, and I remember an occasion, just like this in nineteen ninety six when Wayne fair was out on the court against Michael shake, and Michael Stich, did not want to be on the court at all. He thought it was too Dr play tennis, and he was demanding the supervisor come out, and he was shouting, everybody in the vicinity, and Michael Stich is the loveliest block off the court. But again, he's abyss of a lawyer on court and he will debate things with you until. Yeah. Well, what Greg's a bit of a lawyer. There was a moment in the CJ today with Greg revealed he may or may not delude degree. Let's get Greg on the Paul talking about law anyway. The. So I mean join this. It's very nice. So in ninety nine six we there, and eventually Wayne for beats Michael shake seven six in the third. Right. And it is virtually pitch black dark cramping, or was knows. All right. But it was my first ever occasion of working in tennis. And I was the place in that to take Michael schtick defeated seven six third off the court into the locker room. And to tell him he has to do a press conference, so off, I guy, and I woke up to him, don't know him at all never met him. Skews me Michael, you've got to go to a press conference now. And he goes, no, I'm not doing it. I want to see the supervisor right now. And. Supervisor comes up has to talk to him and Michael was agenda afterwards. I mean, like I say, I think he's the nicest like he used to work for with us on BBC radio. And he is a really nice fellow. But when they're in the heat of the battle, and they feel wrong like that. It's, it's really tough for them to come to terms with and for couldn't remember any of this. Now, I'm sure this happened. We looked at the head to head there. Well, seven six hundred Thad, and he, he, he, he noted that he got a thrill record against Michael Stich. Who's a Wimbledon champion? So Ferrara really knows grass-court tennis. I feel as though an an say this to him, I feel like he underachieved Wimbledon given his skillset famous much Henman wasn't that. Yeah. British match line cool. Pre Hawkeye table. Turning live line coal. Yeah..
"wayne fair" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"Production from Hollywood gal by way of the broken skull ranch. This is the Steve Austin show. Gimme a hell. Yeah. Now, here's Steve Austin Harada Steve out and show. I occurred. I don't make Asian recharge batteries. But just because I am recharging the batteries. We still got business. Take care of. In the meantime, we'll be playing some of the most requested Steve outs and show classics and been locked away in the archives. I got a great one for you this week. And here's my producer shown to tell you all about it readings and welcome to classic episode of the Steve Austin show producer, Sean bringing you episode number one forty one with superstar Bill Dundee original air date. August twelfth two thousand fourteen Steve's got a lot of classic. Memphis wrestling personalities in his catalog, and I think it's definitely important to revisit that territory and bring those out here on the classic episodes because it's isn't really cool stuff that Steve hawks about with these guests. So you might be hearing some more of those as we go along. But for this week its superstar Bill Dundee wrestler that was very instrumental in Steve's development in the. Texas and Tennessee. Territories working under Jerry Jarrett and world class and US w way. Bill Dundee a big start his own right in that area. Having many epic battles with Jerry Lawler either across the ring or as a tag team, which will talk about just a second here. But you've got to catch up with Bill Dundee here on this episode. Get some of our presence in the late eighties in the territory as well as a manager in does w in one thousand nine hundred three for Lord William regal. He was known as Sir William back, then but Steve definitely talks about as epic feud with Jerry Lawler Bill Dundee was also in a scaffold match. Not found thing was the first Catholic match, but it was definitely one of the earliest scaffold matches that happened against none. Other than cocoa, beware. Or as he was known as KoKo ware. Also, see talks with Bill about the to below concession stand brawl as mentioned Bill and Jerry Lawler are often adversaries, but also tag team partners. And in this, particular instance, the duo took on the blonde bombers Larry late them and Wayne fair. Better known as Moondog spot and the honky tonk man in epic event known as he Tupelo concession stand brawl, and this was nine hundred seventy nine and if you could find footage of it on YouTube, which is out there. It's quite the event commentated on by the legendary Lance Russell, and a lot of people say that it was kind of one of those small events that set the course for EC w at hardcore wrestling, as we know it today just crazy brawling all throughout the concession stand. And there is tables and stools and mustard being thrown everywhere. So she check that out Bill Dundee awesome wrestler, and he is the guest today on a classic episode of the Steve Austin show today Steve.
"wayne fair" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Welcome to the show. Thank you. Thanks for having me. Oh, it's our pleasure. It's our pleasure and congratulations on that the novel borrowing of bones that we're excited about that. Yes. Me too. Well, tell us a little bit about the given all the goodies way. Tell us a little bit about the premise of the book and how it all came about about four years ago. I was lucky enough to help run a fundraiser with Leo Maloney is a thriller writer who loves dogs, and he was doing this fundraiser for mission canine rescue an organization that rescues military working dogs and repatriates them forever home. And I just fell in love with all these dogs. I met all kinds of working dogs. I met soldier than your bomb sniffing dog. I met game wardens, and there illegally procured fish nothing dog, I met, you know, law enforcement and their drug sniffing dogs. I just fell in love with them. And after that fundraiser, I was writing this book called the writers bag the beginning, which was a book intended to help riders start off with a great first chapter. And so I needed my own first chapter that I could show through various revisions over the course of the book. So I just outrageous right one, and I'll cook, and you haven't been I love, and I'll put in these working dogs military working dogs, not put in Vermont and the Green Mountain and they'll put in soldiers because I was raising military family. And so I wrote this first chapter about Mercer car M P in Afghanistan, and she's working in battle. It's the same battle. That kills her say Martinez, and he's a dog handler bomb-sniffing dogs is eldest a fierce and fabulous melon wa and he died who says to her take care of my dog. Because the thing about these working dogs is army doesn't okay sort of? Okay. Dob from the dodgers attire of finding them. Forever homes at their form. Handlers. But some of these jobs are not army dog their defense contact the dog and those dogs can end up in shelters, abandoned. And that's when mission canine goes and them. So I made eldest one of these dogs that she has to go home, and she has to find the soccer seventh. Abandoned in one of these places bring him home to Vermont and together, they're sort of marching off their grief through the green mountains every day. And that's of course, when they stumble across an abandoned baby and a shallow grave. So a lot of activity a lot of things going on. There's a lot of things that are popping in my mind. First of all, I want to I will come back to the writing of the book, and how you just so eloquently said, I think I'll just write a book about this. I know it's not that easy. But we'll come back to that. But the characters in the book, you mentioned quite a few of them. I mean, how did you come about developing the characters were the loosely based on people in animals that you had worked with with the rescue organization or with the through the fundraising or were they just ones that came to mind. The thought this would be a good character for the book with the dogs are certainly based on real dogs. They're inspired by the real dogs that I met the Elvis the melon wa military working dog the bomb sniffing dog. He's inspired by the bomb sniffing dogs. I I met emission canine rescue this search and rescue dog who's paired up with Vermont game wooden who helps mercy now the Selva crime. That dog is inspired by our own rescue. Who's a Newfoundland retriever mix Wayne fair and Sousa Berra's inspired by that dog. The certainly the dogs are inspired by real dogs. The people I think it was at Scott FitzGerald, maybe who said it takes six people to make. One character. And I think that's true. You know? So I just there's sort of an amalgamation of different people that I've known. Well, we're putting together the characters of the novel said it was a five year process it to put it all together was that from start to finish. When you first put the first letter of that first infamous chapter, you talked about all the way through publishing or was it five years of doing research and being involved in the activities. They were involved in volunteer. Well, it took several years. My agent read the riders guide to beginnings, and she read the sample chapter that I wrote about mercy car and Elvis, and she said, you know, that's really good. You should finish that. Yes. And so I did and he sold it. And the next thing I knew I had a free book deal is very exciting. So is this the first in the series of these books are just three different approaches. Three different books. You're writing a series book to will be out next year. Okay, gets finished it, and that was a tough one. Wow. It's tough. Absolutely. Absolutely. So what should we go back to the book here, a borrowing of bones? What should people be looking for in the in the book is this a real thriller? Would you call it? Or is it a mixture of different types of a fiction? You're putting in the air. Or is it a what would they walk away with after reading the book, borrowing bones? The like to think that it's a lot like Margaret mature seem books or or even one reviewer compared it to Joyce Spencer Fleming series. I think it's sort of a traditional mystery in the fact that it has clues, and it has no murderers to find and and to identify and to bring to Justice, but it also has excitement than it has aspects of the well, there's all kinds of scenes where the dogs and the mercy and the game wouldn't have to work together to save the baby. The mothers, vases, all those kinds of exciting. So I think it's a little Nick, it's sort of your professional mystery thriller, and it was great fun. Ca right. And like I said I got to put all the things I love your mom's time mystery fan. In a long time dog lover. I put all the things I love about dogs and mystery in the yeah. And I think it's great thing. You know, about the obviously there are plenty of murder mystery fans out there, and I know the love book from ad aspect. But there's also dog lovers animal lovers. They're gonna love tracking down what's going on with Elvis. What's going on with the characters and how they play out from from the animal stamp point. But also get to combine your tidbits of the work that you did to help the organization. Right, right. I'm very passionate about all of these rescue groups, we just rescued another dog three weeks ago from white river junction rescue in Vermont. And there's so many dogs that need rescuing and catch to we have a rescue cat as well. And of course, their cats in the book because Ursula would be very upset with. Like cats in the book. That's right. That's right. That's especially you never seen a cat. You know, not want to defend themselves. So well, he's dog books out there. So it's funny. I have to admit though, I don't see a on the cover on the back of don't see a cat on there yet to talk to your publicist about that. They weapons the dog. Yeah. I always makes it's funny. When I talk about writing and publishing books I've written in publishing other nonfiction. But you know, dogs always sell. I said, well, you know, there's cats stories and these books too. So they put a cat and the nice little picture on the back. You know, so. Yeah. Yeah. I don't know if it appease, the cats are not getting billing, but that's okay. Well, you know, cats are always the stars in their own mind. So that's right. That's right. They know what they don't need the accolades. Great. Well, when everybody picks up a copy of the book, a borrowing of bones, and they take a look at and read through it and love it. What do you hope they walk away from after reading the book? What's your takeaway on that? Well, when I hope they take away is the sense that dogs really do. They really do improve our lives. They enhance our lives in every possible way. And I also hope they understand a little better that contributions that working dogs make to our lives and to our soldiers and our law enforcement, and our first responders these dogs worked so hard, and they deserve to be living their lives once they're retired in good places with the people, and that's really my for have misconduct. Really missing. Yeah. That's a great takeaway and expand on that. I really the thing I found fascinating. But the book was you know, I see a lot of books written about military dogs, whether they're fiction or. Nonfiction type books which is fantastic in that message out getting those dogs back home get him in a good homes where they're with their original soldier partners or whether it's another families fantastic. But as you mentioned, the other first responders and the other dogs are involved. I don't see or hear a lot about that. No one. There's so many of them now, especially, you know, with all of these natural disasters with the terrorist threat across the country. You know bomb sniffing dogs are in great demand. Drug sniffing dogs are in great demand for law enforcement searching rescue people. There's a fabulous group here in New England. I talk about in the book to that whenever somebody goes missing in the woods. People are always being lost in the woods. Right. Hikers hunters children the elderly. And when they go missing not only do Alon and game wardens surf the woods with their dogs. But there are volunteers who volunteer with their dogs. Renault training. So that they can come out every call help find missing people. Absolutely. So all of need accolades because they do great work. And I love the one you mentioned about the fish game wildlife. A fish smelly dog scratch my head for minutes. I, you know, that's true. Yes. Their dogs who catch poachers. That's right. And we need those dogs, and they work with game wardens and wildlife law enforcement all the time. And it's great because we people shouldn't be poaching. We need to save and preserve our wildlife, and these dogs help us do it. There you go. So big shout out to all the hardworking dogs all require is just a good roof over the head and a Pat on the back and a lot of love and they'll go out and do their work. Exactly. In a peanut butter Kong. That's right now, the better they fill NetCom stick it in the freezer. Let munch on that all day. That's a good one. All right. We're gonna come back Rafferty's commercial breaks. We'll talk a little bit about more about the book borrowing of bones and get into a little bit more about the writing styles. Somebody hang tight. We'll come back right after this commercial breaks. You're listening to animal rights on pet. Life.