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"woodard" Discussed on Velvet's Edge
"Letting go of the shame around that i too i hear. Yeah that's a big part of. It is a shame you have around your emotions to to not be week or not. Feel your emotions any of this stuff. It's all it's all bullshit it really is because that's the repression of the feminine essence rule. Also the asking for help piece of noticed amongst my male friends or boyfriends or whatever in the past seems harder and the male energy. i think. It's that thing like you're supposed to know how to do it right. And it's like of course you don't know how to do it you're never taught and that's sort of what you're saying about our dads. They did the best they could. We all are doing the best we could with what we have at the time. And so how do you ask for help. As a male and not feel embarrassed it really does take strength and courage to either ask reach out to someone that you trust to talk to to just process. But what i've learned we. Men were interesting creatures because the feminine wants to express like sit around and a group of women. Talk about their feelings right yeah. We're the masculine. We're not really so much like desam. Sometimes we're more of like a semi into the mountains. Let me feel my shit kind of person. Let me be alone. Let me feel my stuff. Like that's what i did. When i went through a really bad breakup i moved into the mountains of california. All by myself in every single day i would go into nature and i would walk. I would talk. I would scream and yell and cry and just let all this stuff that i was holding onto in the middle of the freaking mountains all by myself so i went through this integration process for about six months six months and i believe had done healing work up to that point too so this was many years of just accumulating letting go letting go letting go after. I got through that journey. That's actually when i met my now. Fiancee melissa been hold onto so much stuff. It was almost like. I was blocking the love that desired to really come into my life. So people they want to. They want a loving relationship. They want to have a committed beautiful relationship. But like if you're holding onto stuff that blocks that it's not going to manifest in your life it it can't happen. There's no space for it. There's no room for it. You know if your truck is already filled with people. You can't get any more people in your truck like when you're so think about letting go of the things that no longer serve you in. Those old stories is old programs but something that really worked well for me. I developed this mantra. I give myself permission to feel my pain. And i would walk in our literally just saying it. Because i couldn't feel for the longest time i couldn't cry. I couldn't feel anything was just totally. Shut down numb. But i just kept saying at saying saying it and eventually my body started to recognize it. Like it's okay to feel this shit and eventually my body started to unravel the pain that i was holding onto my body. So it's like okay. It's safe now to let this go because eagle will hold onto whatever it can if feels comfortable so the problem with that is we hold onto these old stories. Feel familiar but a lot of time. Those old stories. Don't serve us not not one damn bit. Not one damn bit complicated everything yeah sabotage every conflicting. It's concerning what what you really want right. You want this beautiful loving relationship. But you don't even have one of those with yourself saying you but like i mean yes that's good. I'm like digesting all of this. You are true healer. So appreciate you being here today. This was hopefully helpful to you guys and this is a topic that i'm just now beginning to to dive into some sure i will be discussing it multiple times on this podcast jacob. The next one in person on national kidding tell the people you have an amazing podcast which is actually how initially found you. Because i'm a huge fan of this podcast. It's called the awake with jake. Show talk everyone through kind of some of the work. That you're doing on your podcast. Yes so it's the awake with jake. Shown have these conversations on there and that's really a couple of hundred episodes cup the two hundred plus episodes and it's really just a another platform to spread. Spread my truth. What i feel like it's truth and wisdom with the world and i'm just really sharing from my experiences. That's really what's about to help people to help. People free themselves of the toxic patterns in the the ego stuff that we hold onto and we just we'd have mentioned. Melissa couple times jake just got engaged and melissa also does really beautiful work around the feminine aspects kind of you guys are kind of yin and yang and your work even with things you're bringing into people so you guys check out both of them. It's been amazing. Amazing accounts to follow on instagram. Where you tell the people what your instagram account is. Underscored jake woodard w. o. d. a. r. d. I try to post Frequently instagram good. And you're really good with the question answer things. I know a lot of people probably like those polls. I love them because i know everyone has a lot of questions and also thinking half of the things people ask you mr thomas. I'm like yes. I feel like you have one more question. Now there's something that. I could feel intuitively that you had something else that you wanted to ask. Yeah there is one more thing. I feel it. If it's something personal please do your listeners as service.
"woodard" Discussed on X Factor Roping Podcast
"Water dot com. That's how you can find me You know we still do a lot of clinics. I'm i believe for kentucky in the morning We still have the training center. Here in stephenville travis and i both teach outta here. That's we do a lot of stuff here privately semi private as what we call it. Now we we take five or six people at a time three or four people at a time. you know. that's something that we do. We have a indoor and outdoor all sleds. And all the stuff here. So we like fishing ponds and a beautiful place in the clubhouse. Entertain people in all that stuff. So that's cool. I appreciate you doing the podcast with me and Yeah i don't do a lot of this this kind of stuff anymore. But i Trump's show muira good guy. And so i said okay. Well i appreciate that. I really this is this is. This is my favorite thing to do is often casts. Now it's interesting because it's You know you get this chance to talk about things. And it's just a conversation and everyone's so different and their stories are so different and it just makes everybody's got a story. It's always interesting. Yeah in and i think the other thing for me is i. Don't really doing for anyone else. 'cause i like looking at it like i said i i love ropy love these other things and i have a plan with it and how it's gonna work. Yeah but you decided to direction you take. You've made you turned it into a business. That's that's great that's awesome. You're you're winning will i. Do i love what. I'm doing right every day. I love what i'm doing right. I think it's pretty amazing. So thanks again. My pleasure thanks..
"woodard" Discussed on X Factor Roping Podcast
"And if they won't let him ahead he'll he'll but he's competing all the time lee lords competing all the time. Then guys are cody. Snow constantly go into jackpots. A mix it up and fighting you know competing. Not just practicing competing. Trumps praises called me. One time he said has practice. I said rate. He said we're all stars at home. Aren't we pretty good thing to say that hits hard. I know i know but you gotta get out there. And that's something as you get older. I i don't want to go to the twelve slide. And i'm not going to stay up and i'm not gonna go to north side you know i'm not gonna go in there to tout all that stuff and but again that's hurting you. I'm not going to do that. If your desire is strong enough you would you would do it. And i think the the key to it is the competing the fighting knowing what it's like to get hit right but not getting killed right and you've got a ride that line between getting your butt kicked and not getting killed. And that's like the art form i. It's different though when it like..
"woodard" Discussed on X Factor Roping Podcast
"In an order gonna win and we're gonna win but i bought into and i said okay you're right. We're taking advantage of people. Let's leave here well. Then he didn't like high school rodeo because they had they had to wear their vast in the parking lot and they have some silly rules. That i that i didn't agree with but i'm sure they're based on something so he didn't have rodeo experience. So i said man we gotta go someplace and amateur radio. And i didn't know anything about him. But i knew adam rose had been to a lot of amateur audios and so i called him and we went to missouri. With damage. radio's been. They would have special slack for six guys on sunday. After the radio over. And it would be the fourth run on the steers run on the stairs. That's that's not healthy for you and they would win first second third fourth fifth and sixth and that slack after the entirety was over at that. That's what that's when you cross into becoming an amateur. That's not pro. Brad doesn't happen at reno nevada. They're not gonna get the fifth round on the stairs at reno so it's more or less getting your feet wet but understanding how to not not necessarily get beat all the time. You don't on nate healer. Right if i decide. I'm gonna rodeo wanna heal for living and don't knock heads an open row pens every single day junior. Because you kill yeah right. It's gonna be a rough day. Tough tough life rough day. Tough light here. I'm not gonna do that but why not go. Why not go to. The five plus header is a good head or six is a really good header right man. Oh man you know the fifteen. That's why not go there and capitalize on that and win at the jackpots and get used to winning the. Don't get your head. Tore off man. I i i tend to think to find out where you belong and then fight and then compete and rope custody. Amata who trained mike tyson and unfortunately test died just before mike won the world championship but cusses who traded cuss. Who got him of the orphanage. And who kept him sane. It's on my list of books to read when cuss died and then he started making bad decisions of you know away went up but pro fighters fight twice a year custody. Amato had mike tyson fight once a month. Yeah he fought once a month and he said you gotta get used to fighting right. You gotta get used to what it's like to be the headliner in the fight and come out the last guy that fights eleven thirty at night. You gotta get used to that. Yeah travis graves competes all the time. He's dustin a it. Constantly he goes to the twelve slide..
"woodard" Discussed on X Factor Roping Podcast
"There was a lot of things about amateur do that. It didn't that. I didn't like i like pro rodeo. I thought it was fair. They cheat. They didn't have eight runs on the stairs. They thought it was great. I loved it. So i couldn't wait for him to to turn eighteen and get him in the pro rodeo and any charge eighteen and he got into pro radio and he did good he like he was maybe like twenty seventh. And then you know and then twenty-ninth the year after that and then thirty first and then pretty soon he was fortieth you know so he started getting beat up and they don't do that with fighters and it took a long time and had it mentally comments him and his mental toughness that he had to work his way through that and get used to not losing but start winning. And then you know the one san antonio and he made the nfl and you know one the beatify and amazing stuff that accomplished and then he doesn't love rodeo like i do you know he said hey after media and won all these things i'm you know i'm i'm content raising my family. And he. He built the beautiful home and he has a great business where he trains horses and does great and trains people teach people how to rope and but he he had the he had to overcome me getting beat up because if they take a young fighter you know all he hasn't fought anybody but he's been beating people up he's been winning know and that's something. I think young guys do wrong. They're in such already given the pros and listen. And you talion the junior noguera..
"woodard" Discussed on X Factor Roping Podcast
"My dad was but my dad was fair. I missed one time and my dad we tracks my dad's get off. You're going to house with your mother. And i said why. And he said because she can't ride either right then and then he said if you can't eliminate position as a reason why you miss how can you talk about anything else. Yeah what you can be heard over that if you want to. But that's right and now there's there's probably a better way to say that other than insulting my mother bright but that is true if you were out of position it doesn't matter how you swing it. It doesn't matter how you throw it if you're a horse link from the steer and your healing you're not gonna catch four in a row bible feet. It's not going to happen right so you might as well focus on position. I you know in my dad said kick your feet and i did it. My horse went forward. And he said pull on the reigns. And i did and he stopped and he said move your hand left right and i moved any went left and right and he said gees. He seems to handle well. So the reason that you're not in position is because you're not kicking you're and you're not moving your hands. Yeah that's that's right. Will you got to think about like this to that. Conversation happened a while ago and it still there no absolute and so it might be a hard way to deliver it but sometimes the truth is it's harsh in a lot of people especially now. A lot of people have a hard time hearing true. No i know we know you will. I mean i know how it is anything but but anymore you know one of the things about my personality is is that. Let's say i go to school. And there's twenty people there and nineteen of them are wanting to name children after me. Just think i'm the greatest thing in the world and if there's one guy there that's upset or doesn't like it or i offended him somehow it eats me up just really tears me up and then people used to send hate full things email or some thing like that anyway. I got to where. I didn't read them. Good or bad you're good or bad. I stopped reading everything. And i tell people anymore. Don't waste your time sitting in email. i'm not gonna read it. It's too upsetting to me. Because i tried so hard. I tried to help you. I really did. And i told you. Exactly what i thought what i needed to say. And what i got in trouble doing is somebody would right up to me and say. See this horse yup. I raised this horse. Yeah i wanted his mother and father. And i just love him. What do you think about it. I love him to who doesn't know the answer to that question. Anyone knows the answer right. But i wouldn't say that..
"woodard" Discussed on X Factor Roping Podcast
"But i would go to leo cameras house and i would run the sears up or happening. Silence courses are anything. I could just be around him and he would say really hateful things to me sometimes. Just horrible things to me. And i want my said. Listen i don't know why hugh say hateful thanks to me. I think you're just the greatest thing i've ever seen. Yeah i can't believe. I'm even getting to be around you so i said here's what i want to do for some reason that you are angry at me every day when i get here i want you to think of the most hateful thing you can say to me that way we can get that out of the way and then we can get to the information. Because i'm not leaving. i have to stay here. You're the only person that knows how to do this. You have to help me learn how to do this. And i wouldn't go away. And when i started talking to him like that i i don't know if he felt sorry for me or if he just keep up and try to offend me. But i'm not leaving. I have to stay here. Where did that come from my debt. You think cameras going to bother me. I was raised by sheldon woodard. Take your best shot yes you cannot offend me you cannot. That's amazing. well. I mean my my my dad. My dad was but my dad was fair. I missed one time and my dad we tracks my dad's get off your house with your mother and i said why..
"woodard" Discussed on X Factor Roping Podcast
"You're human. You're going to make mistakes. It's just part of the deal. Read bs prepared. You possibly can be as prepared. Be be positive and and you know be ready to go when you get an object because you're going to get an opportunity you're going to draw it right and you just gotta keep be ready for that. Pop studied the material ready. You're the guy had given me the quiz. I dare you to. Yeah so what about losing. Let's talk about. Let's say a we'll use me as an example and my heeley. I'm a number eight healer. I'm is quite a few steers right. I get quite a few losses in if you are me or a healer that ropes and there's obviously room for improvement. But how do you try to go from competition knowing you wrote good. But maybe not where you want to be. How do you ride that line of. I need to go work at something improve on these things without tearing yourself down and and build well. That's that's what. I do though like when you when you were just talking to me right there. I just thought you know this guy up the sled more tractor. He's rope a donkey morning. Needs to handle his wrote or he needs to know just to get some holstein's and slow it down and start you know making sure. There's three reasons why people can't heal. They can't get a position. Stand position they can't feel their tip and they can't recognize timing right. Those are the three reasons that you can't heal right. Yeah so. Am i able to lock onto the steering stay in position i me. Sometimes you know it's like being a little bit pregnant it's yes or no so you gotta you gotta work that you can't get there and yours tags him and then he's telling you when to throw right now he's got a come around there. I mean logan. what's that kid's name from mexico. Logan logan medlin..
"woodard" Discussed on X Factor Roping Podcast
"You'll get that one every time biggest one with the biggest horns. There's something about that so if that is true and it is true. Why not focus on the goodwin. Why not why not focus on that good steer and start speaking about how well you draw and how good you do in high teams. how how. you're a winner and under pressure. You always come through and you've got to feed yourself that you gotta say that because you could hear it gotta speak it and hear it and believe it and say it would. How many times. I've seen with the bulldogs to one time. He was right there on the bubble. And it's coming down to that last month right. Yeah and. I just keep john bad. I just keep talking. Yeah then. He drew a good one. That messed him up. And i'm like what happened. And i seen it and i was like well if you look at it like instead of drawing bad what a chance to to win something on this bad steer sure. What an opportunity. Right if i do this. Perfect advice score if he runs and you score perfect and i hit it just right. I got a chance and you may not. You really might not roy right kuprin. I are the same age. And i've known since high school. He went to that high school national finals in ogden utah. I ever seen as a credible crab. I'd never seen anybody real like that ever and we had a plane that we keep for thirty days at a time. One time in the old days. And i'm glad the rodeo business not like this anymore. But in the old days there was an unlimited rodeos and people argue about oh should rodeos be unlimited and let me tell you what happens when rodeos are unlimited. Rich kids win because their grandfather has a king air and some poor kid that i was has a pickup and sleeping in the trailer. Fifty gallon does not have a chance to get. Your kid has a king air. It's not fair numbers. No i don't because if he gets to if he gets one hundred sixty rodeos and i get to seventy. We don't know who the best guy is. You can't let you can't let teams play more games and other teams. That's not fair right okay. We had an airplane and when it was unlimited we. We had a to ten that we live and work forty hours a week on it on a to ten. We're spending forty hours a week in the air. That's how much we were flying. And so roy wanted to ride one time. He knew we had a plane he went with us. He got on the airplane and he was like a two and a half point herreid from the time he got in. He told me how great i was. He never stopped that he told me he says. I never seen. But he'll like you said you're incredible. I've been watching you. He said you're amazing. I can't believe how can you rope like that. That's his them over. And over and over finally fell asleep fell asleep. And he nudge me with his elbow and he woke me and he goes bats. I received. I mean i got out of the plane. I believed it. Yeah he said that to me nonstop just fed that to me and i said what did you say. They won't matter matter. I'm gonna win the damon hanway..
"woodard" Discussed on X Factor Roping Podcast
"I just i keep drawing so bisazza man. I'm drawn bad and i said first of all you got to speak it. You gotta you gotta start speaking. How good your dry and how how things are going. Your way. And that really is huge. I know that sounds crazy but unless you speak it it won't happen for you. You cannot because he speaking. It makes up the other way. I draw bad. I keep drawing bad if there's a bad one in there i'm going to get him. You're speaking good job. Keep it up. Keep participated this drying good. Wants you to keep talking like that. Because he wants you to take the bad ones out of there. It will happen all the time you can do it jackpot if you you can read over the years and save man. I hope i don't get vat one. You'll get that one every time biggest one with the biggest horns. There's something about that so if that is true and it is true. Why not focus on the goodwin. Why not why not focus on that good steer and start speaking about how well you draw and how good you do in high teams. how how. you're a winner and under pressure. You always come through and you've got to feed yourself that you gotta say that because you could hear it gotta speak it and hear it and believe it say it would. How many times. I've seen with the bulldogs to one time. He was right there on the bubble. And it's coming down to that last month right. Yeah and. I just keep john bad. I just keep talking. Yeah then. He drew a good one. That messed him up. And i'm like what happened..
"woodard" Discussed on X Factor Roping Podcast
"And all this stuff that i've done. It's not an opinion. I can do that and three. I'm good at teaching people how to rope. Yeah i understand my mechanics weather. I'm heading or healing. I understand that. And i can share that with other people but other than that i don't i'm i don't have hardly anything that i'm good at other than those three things so i try to stay within that area so when i lived in california i had three of my horses. Lame at one time. I mean i've got eight of them and three of them are crippled them. In what is going on and honestly i thought it was the ground and i pride myself on my ground. I dragged my ground a lot. I really keep it flat and nice and so i have a friend of mine. Tom roberts famous thoroughbred racehorse trainer and he was trading horses in san francisco at golden gate fields. And i asked him to come to my place in stockton and look at my facility and he got there and he said how. Are you gallup in your horses before you wrote on them. I don't yeah what's the answer that question. I don't know the answer. And he said you should know exactly how far these sources are going. And i said at the he said at the racetrack. We know exactly how far they go. I said i know because there's markers on the race track you don't just leg up jockey and say just running mirant they're bringing back. That's not what they do. You know. I want this horse to gallop a mile today or wanting to jog a mile or i want him to. Wanting to breeze three eighths of they they have a program he said you should know that on europa horses so he said you either count the strides that they take or or you time you time them so he said..
"woodard" Discussed on X Factor Roping Podcast
"So one two three four hundred of those as a quarter mile takes horse almost two minutes a minute. Fifty seconds a minute and fifty. Two seconds to gallup a quarter of a mile at a nice control gallup so when i wore my horses up i gallop them. Four hundred strides. I gallop one hundred strides to the left. One hundred hundred two hundred the right now if horses of needs more work than i go five hundred strides. So that's a monitor quarter this morning at daylight. I got horses a little bit. Goey a mile and a half six hundred strides switched rexes and then i walked him out for ten minutes and cooling him out before tiny. Tom said no exactly how far your horses are warming up. And you can take energy away from them by gallup. He said you can't do damage on a horse without going fast. Speed is what her sources but he said gallatin takes the energy down and that way to roque steer after after share to get him a flap so i know exactly how far each one of my horses gallop every single day. Right do you know. Should i know and you should know that. Yeah because at the racetrack. Tom roberts when he talks about health and wellness. Of course it makes me feel like i should get a cat live in town. I mean he is. He is so far superior about health and wellness and soundness. He's an amazing amazing horsemen. So again that's from the radio business. You surround yourself with people. That are not i mean. How many rodeo guys are very good at soundness. I mean not very not very many barrel. Racers are great at soundness. Yes but not very many team members. You know it's hard to tell horses off behind. you know. i mean when a horse of jogging. I mean it's it's tough for me to see that you know often front. Yeah i can get that off behind pretty tough to see it just a little off pretty tough to find out where he's off anyway. That's something that we do that i do that. I believe in really strongly is knowing exactly how far each horse gallops. Every day i mean. That's it's something so simple. Yes and it is such a big detail right. But i didn't make it up. Came from racetrack. Came from tom. Ridge i mean. Is that something you learn early in your roping career as far as finding a job weaknesses and then getting around people that can give you great advice. Yeah i ask questions. Don't talk so much every we all think that we're super interesting. I would just fascinated with ourselves. The worst i know we all are. Everybody likes to talk about themselves. Okay and knowing that asked the other guy some questions and he'll start talking about himself right you know he'll start giving you information you know. I mean. Tom has helped me with for a while. I use polo wraps. I mean i didn't. I didn't like the splint boots that i was using and now i do. I have a great endorsement. And because i didn't like how hot the boots were and i felt like they needed to be cooler in provide anyway. Tom roberts helped me with polaroid your drive status house who knows more about polo wraps than again..
"woodard" Discussed on X Factor Roping Podcast
"His dad would get on when they were young. Said you can't you can't win anything bricker. Yeah you just cannot win like that score. Good score sharpen. He scored great. He just does things to like he. He might move horse inside if he leaves a little earlier. Get some float or he knows how to just get all the run out of a little off of it and you know. I'm a horsemanship guy. And when i see him back his horse up with both hands in the box and just you know and then he just blows the bareback in a call back and just welded on there. You know is just you know everybody has their own way of doing it. But that guy. That guy's an animal he He's the best scoring header of all time. I'll argue with anyone. But i i. It's unreal feel that he has. I'd like to go back to something. America that you said that You know about knowing when to catch knowing when to go fast and a lot of young guys don't do that. They only go fast and martin. Cerro i was always a fan of his roping because i said that if i had one bullet and i was starving to death i would give it tomorrow cesaro. He's a meet hunter. He's gonna bring something back. You're that guy if three five was winning it he's not going to be three five. He's not going to do that and he's going to find out where he is in there. That four eight as winning v he's gonna slide in there and four smart you know not that he can't go fast because he could heaton crossfire he could do all the stuff but that guy to me was extremely difficult to beat because you smart any new window throw fast and went to catch and admire that in people. I always did with him. I think that's the art of winning. Yes and he has mastered he really did From healing at the..
"woodard" Discussed on X Factor Roping Podcast
"Drug could steer those guys draw good up there but they don't they score great they take advantage of the sears that they have to. You have to draw a twin. You can't draw bad and win. You can't draw stares at a off but then you can't mess him up. Yeah i think the one of variable in rabin that. I don't i just don't think it doesn't matter how good you rope. You can't be a header. That has scored perfect on a good horse. If you've got a header that has drilled the barrier every time. They have an easy route to winning this rope. We're winning top three checks klay trans scores. Amazing best score eddie other. Yeah please scores great. It's unreal. yeah yeah. He'll went when i wrote with him. You know dennis. His dad would get on when they were young. Said you can't you can't win anything bricker. Yeah you just cannot win like that score. Good score sharpen. He scores great. He just does things to like he. He might move horse inside if he leaves a little earlier. Get some float or he knows how to just get all the run out of a little off of it and you know. I'm a horsemanship guy. And when i see him back his horse up with both hands in the box and just.
"woodard" Discussed on X Factor Roping Podcast
"They would pop quiz on me on tuesday and it would kill me wasn't ready and then the after i read the chapter fourteen times i would sit at my desk and i would dare them. I dare you to kill me. A pop quiz. You know so. And i felt the same way about roping i was not you know if someone is possibly gifted at roping. That was not me. But i felt like that i could at work you. I would just practice it so many times. That i would get it when you took a break from and how long was ten years when you come back to it. I mean that is a long time we did. You wrote you i. I roped and competed. I did rope in schools. That's what i did for the years you know and and did some stuff with my family and raise my son and you know those kind of things but if i get a certain thing in my brain if something comes into my mind and what came into my mind well the challenge and usually this doesn't bother me what someone says to me. I i don't really you know. There's a great saying that says that that dogs bark trains. You know but nothing stops them. They just keep on rolling so let the dogs bark. It's a train doesn't matter so usually i don't listen to barking dogs. Just i have a mission. I know what it's going to take. And when people say oh. You can't do that literally. What i believe they're saying is that they don't believe they can do that. They have no idea what is in my makeup. They don't know how hard i'm going to work at it. So they have no idea if i can make it. Says they can't make it. And i truly believe they can't make it safe defense me. Thank you make. But i can't. I'm going to do that. But i lost my of thought. What was i saying..
"woodard" Discussed on X Factor Roping Podcast
"I'm outside. there's only one thing on your mind and that is you gotta be hungry right and i. I've done it quite a bit. I mean i've slept. My favorite was in between the truck and trailer with a with a bedroll. Sure but when people don't rodeo like tattenham or thank goodness that don't do that but it's changed so much but at that time in the radio business to me. It's the people that you meet. Its the influence that other people have on your life. It's the doors that are opened because the rodeo business you know as you get older had several young guys you know. Hey you have any advice for us to. Have you know if you had to say something and i said you won't be able to win enough. It's not how much you win. It's it's the doors that are open to you. Because of the people that you meet in this business and i was fortunate to meet guys that have been successful in other things in business and i met a guy one time and his name bud corwin and i was real successful in california and i said i don't want to be old and broke you know i don't want to because in my generation guys would have a great rodeo career and then when after i got over they would go get a job you there. There was not enough money. The first year. I won the world championship in nineteen eighty-one i cleared five. Thousand dollars all your lawn. Worlds champ was the best guy. The best year was nobody one more than me. And i only had five thousand dollars right so i times that by ten and i came up with fifty thousand dollars. That's not going to be enough. If at ten time world champion. So immediately i was always thinking of. How can i say this. You know because. I didn't i didn't think it was fair because the the best marble shooter in the world should be able to retire after he quit shooting marbles..
"woodard" Discussed on X Factor Roping Podcast
"I for some reason as up a lot. And i'm tired by the twenty fourth of july and that ogden slack. It's probably safe to say that it gets up to one hundred degrees and it's right. It's just humid wasatch front utah and You're outside shoeing a horse after an all drive. And i'm like i still don't i. I grew up. My dad was a great great horseshoe and i gripped show mount horses and again. I don't mind the work. I i really don't and i don't know it's gotta be like my family live forever. My my dad's sisters are all still alive. They're like in their nineties. I mean these people don't die they just get tired of being here on earth and they just leave you know. They're just tired of it. I mean they live forever. Don't eat that. Well you know. I mean but i'm never sick. I'm never tired. I go go on not very much sleep. I can work all day long. Disa- blessed that way do you think like you know truthfully if you were to say hey. The percents of gaza have wrote for a living. This had a decent long career. What is there any of them. That have outworked you in your mind. I mean jake. Barnes would be the only guy that could come into my mind that works as hard or i mean. He was a workhorse. When i wrote in that guy was. Yeah hey you know we I can't remember where we went. He reminded went to pay kaz and he missed. I mean he didn't miss many but he mystic greeley and he missed it pay casse and then we had to drive all night from pagan to Prescott and he lived in phoenix And so we got to phoenix and we. We had been two days since we had slept in a bed..
A Value Manager on How Most Value Managers Are Getting It All Wrong
"Tracy now one of the things that we discussed number of times in twenty twenty but also maybe before it just sort of the. I guess you'd say permanent state of crisis that you call it in so-called value investing. Yes it's it's certainly been a long running team has an and i feel like we've done quite a few episodes on it at this point up but twenty twenty didn't exactly turn things around for value investors either. No definitely not. And i think like there's really two strand. The tend to emerge in our conversations. And i i would characterize him as this one is that there is some cyclical element to value. Investing in this psychologist. Hasn't turned around yet. So it's like we have this sort of long multiple expansion kind of low growth fed driven economy that sort of creates this permanent bid for growth companies at the expense of value Week gdp growth cetera. Just like certain industries are going to thrive in that environment. And then i'd say the half. is that no. The problem is that we are not good at defining value in their people have sort of taken more accounting approach and say traditional measures of the stocks. Cheapness like say price to book value. Just these measures don't work in a world. where so much value is intangible right. This is the idea that as companies well the sort of successful companies nowadays are investing a lot. They're investing a lot in things like their brands. And other intangible assets that just aren't captured by price to book value and so a company that's positioning itself for a really good future performance. Might not actually look that way. If you're just glancing at something like price to book you know like it's sort of a joke and i think we've talked about it with on local mobilizing Last year woodard. But it's like you can rescue value investing if you call netflix value. Stocker if you call facebook values and someone would say okay. These companies don't have big like factories that can easily be measured. But if you could somehow put a number on the value of the facebook network as an asset then you could then you could theoretically imagine a world in which some traditional values screen facebook comes up right. I mean the thing that still makes me uncomfortable about value. Stocks is that you're you're still investing in something on the basis that the market has somehow mischaracterized. Its future which. I think you touched on this with your narratives but i think in the current environment where we talk a lot about flows based Investing a lot of momentum trading things like that it feels like the market is quite consistently directing capital to you know a few firms. And then it just keeps doing that and those firms overvalued in overvalued in overvalued and if you're not in that cycle i don't know i just feel like it's unlikely that you're going to get back in it and the longer it takes you to get in the more you're sort of losing out in terms of valuations but anyway sorry. I'm going on it. no no. it's great. I mean the other thing and i think it's sort of related to your point. Is you know it's nice to say like okay like there's some intangible value that we if we could only measure at netflix's or facebook or whatever it is but it seems hard to know in advance that it's there and so it's like okay if you have some like factory than you can say okay. This exists and historically speaking it will Project over the next ten years. It's going to throw this cash and that's a good value. It feels like a lot of these sort of like backing into the value approach. That it's very much easier to say. In retrospect or ex post facto. Oh this turned out to be a very valuable asset that they have which is sort of nice. I guess for maybe an intellectual standpoint but it doesn't really help you like pick stocks today which ultimately care about these discussions great to say okay to facebook network is worth a lot of money but you know. I wish you had told me that. Six years ago now but it does help Different investment companies. Come up with the different strategies factors to come up with different definitions of value. That always work when they're back tested against historical data right so i guess the question is that sarcasm is coming through on the podcast. But i gotta tracy the looking for is the approach that works in advance. That's not just back tested. And some you know some approach that can help us identify sort of deeply under a company undervalued companies today using some something whether it to metric whether to screen whether it's some other intangible measure something that doesn't just helpless rationalize the past but can you know help Help me Retire a few years earlier. Yeah and also maybe even explain why value investing as it's commonly understood has performed so badly For so long.
Universal basic income cause gets $3 million boost from Jack Dorsey
"Made a donation of some $3 million to a coalition of 15 mayors across the country this to create pilot programs for a universal basic income. Post on his own Twitter account Thursday, Dorsey said the donation is intended to be a tool to help close the wealth and income gap level systemic race and gender inequalities and create economic security for families to coma. Mayor Victoria Woodard's is part of that coalition. That's good news. Frank Lindsay
Tacoma Mayor: Officers Who Arrested Manuel Ellis 'Should Be Fired And Prosecuted'
"Center Tacoma's mayor is calling on the city manager to fire the four police officers involved in the arrest of many Ellis earlier this year he died in hand cuffs and a medical examiner ruled the death a homicide Mormon couples calling Johnson Victoria Woodard says after watching video of Ellis who was a black man being taken down in the street she grew even more outraged at the officers involved officers actions we saw on this video tonight only confirm that manual Ellis's death was a homicide what it says as an African American woman her life could be taken her comments prompted an outraged response from the police union who wrote with all the facts with evidence of what actually happened the public will see that these four officers did absolutely nothing wrong this is a time for leadership they say this is not the time to sacrifice dedicated public servants at the altar a public sentiment especially when that sentiment is almost wholly fueled by the uninformed anger of a theatrical
Seattle - Gathering for Tacoma State Of The City Address Canceld Over Coronavirus Concerns
"On news gathering tonight for Tacoma state of the city address has been canceled it was supposed to be held in the auditorium at mount Tahoma high school but mayor Victoria Woodard's is says that city administration thought it's best to avoid a large gathering because of fears of the corona virus instead of just gathering of **** nilly they'll address everybody online the company's Tribune says it will also be broadcast on Tacoma's TV city channel there are no known cases of coronavirus in Pierce
Seattle's Museum of Flight posts footage of Boeing 777X putting wingtips down
"The largest two engine jetliner ever built by Boeing is been flying over the skies of Spokane this week the triple seven X. has been making test flights in and out of Spokane International Airport the aircraft had its maiden flight on January twenty fifth in Everett and can carry around four hundred passengers the wings are so long that eleven feet of the tips must be folded so the plane can use standard airport gates Todd Woodard a spokesman for the Spokane airport tells the spokesman review that while the triple seven X. is quite large Spokane International has runways large enough to handle any aircraft that's como's Franklin's the by the way Boeing says that the company expects to deliver the triple seven X. to customers starting in twenty twenty one and if you want to see video of the triple seven acts putting those wing tips down the museum of flight here in Seattle just posted some apparently the triple seven X. just took off from Boeing field in the a little demonstration of how those wing tips work
The Frame Oscar Special
"Are ready. Let's do it. Welcome to the frame Oscar special from KPCC in Los Angeles. Welcome to the one million breath and the Oscar goes to and the Oscar goes to and the Oscar goes to get anybody. I'M GONNA find you're GONNA give you. Massive snow snowed. Everybody who bought a ticket told somebody to buy a ticket. Thank you I love you if I may be so honored to have all all the female nominees and every category stand with me in this room tonight the actors Maryland you do it everybody else will come on all right all right all right. I'm John Horn host to the frame and joining me is Jacqueline coli editor at Ron Tomatoes Jacqueline. Thanks for being with us. Thanks for having me John so I know we're only a couple seconds in certified fresh so far. I think you're doing great. You're certified fresh and honestly I would say all the best picture nominees are also pretty awesome. It's probably the highest average on the tomato meter of best picture nominees. We've had in a while so I'm excited to talk about these phones. So let's start with probably the top story. I think of this year's Oscar race twenty acting nominees. One person of Color Cynthia Revo who stars as Surrey Tubman and Harriet. Yeah I'M NOT GONNA lie was extremely disappointed. When I watched each array and John Show read out the nominees few weeks ago? But I wasn't surprised actually just wrote an an article rotten tomatoes discussing this when you talk about the ninety two years of the history of the academy. There's only been thirty. Five Black Women nominated and twenty one of them have been for playing a slave a maid or woman in abject poverty it is an alarming and slightly depressing trend. I would say in the academy's Tastes And when you have performances from Octavia. CBS Spencer and loose Alfre woodard clemency. Jaylo in four inch heels giving us all she could for Hustler's and Aquafina further for well. It's really really alarming for you to say to yourself that this is where we are at the state of the academy. I'm going to hope that this year. We can have parasite as a moment if it wins. Best picture that we can say. We're moving forward. But again Cynthia being the only nominee it's It's a bit depressing parasite. I think has a legitimate chance to win the best picture. Oscar Oscar Think Bong Jun ho who directed and Co wrote. It could win director as well if it wins. The top prize the first foreign language movie in Academy History to take that prize. That is important in its own right regardless of the fact that none of its actors were nominated for performing in it. Yeah and it's also again a trend unfortunately with the academy there have been six previous best picture. Nominations from Asian cinema where none of the actors were honored with an acting nomination and unfortunately parasite kept with that trend this year here however We keep a track at our wars leaderboard and rotten tomatoes dot com of all of the winds of all of the films that are in the conversation and parasite has dominated with over a hundred in twenty five wins and to give you sort of a relative idea. The next winds is at seventy one. So parasite has been dominating with critics groups and with these these various guilds so it's poised to maybe take home the top prize but it really depends on the academy's taste and what those nine thousand members feel about the film later in the show. We're GONNA talk talk about the best picture race. We're also going to hear from some of the directors of some of the best picture nominees including Greta. Gerwig made little women was not nominated for best director. Sam Mendes from one thousand nine hundred seventeen and Bon John Hoult from parasite. But we'll start this Oscar party with some leading actresses three of the five nominees in this category had add the particular challenge of playing real people on Screen Cynthia Rio sharply staring and Renee Zellweger. Who Plays Judy Garland in Judy Yukon? There's an audience other ways. It hears you sing my mouth driving. It was judy takes place in the late. One thousand nine hundred sixty judy. Garland's career is floundering. She's struggling with sobriety. She goes to England perform at a London nightclub and Joplin one thing that surprised me. was that renee. Zellweger wasn't convinced that she could actually pull off as part. I wish I think is so crazy. That's Texas girls for you as a Texas girl I can say we're like deprecating on our talent and always like underestimate ourselves but she absolutely murdered murdered this role I remember. I woke up right in early at the tyrod film festival to watch. Her sort of embody. Judy Garland for this role and it was so I would say mesmerizing.
The 2020 Oscar Nominations Din't Have To Look Like This
"We now know who was nominated for this year's Academy Awards and who wasn't there were no women pick for the directing Oscar and only one person of color. Harriet Stars Cynthia. Rio was among the twenty acting nominees. He's but what if like Hollywood does in a few movies. There was an alternate history to the Oscars. Franklin Leonard wrote about his imagined Academy Award nominations for the Washington Post. He's the creator of the blacklist an annual compilation of much admired but unpredicted movie scripts Franklin. Welcome back to the show. Thanks for having me the back. So we're not so sad. Your column is almost funny. It could have been a satirical piece from the onion. What motivated it? Well here's here's the interesting thing right like it. It didn't necessarily need to even be ready satire if anything you know. The article was written as a as a list of all of the people could reasonably have been nominated in place of those who got nominated and I think that there are additional people. That aren't even mentioned in the article. who also could have gotten reasonably? We nominated and no one would have batted an eye except for the fact that it would have been unusual that all the nominees people of color that all of the directing on these women which you know is so far from our reality only because history would suggest that all the nominees should be white and all the directors should be met. Well let's talk about that right. Because there was a lot of great artistic accomplishment from people who weren't nominated I think about hustlers from Lorraine Skafar you on the star Jennifer Lopez Lulu Wong the director of the Farewell Greta Gerwig who made little women performances by Alfie Woodard and clemency Aquafina and farewell the entire cast a parasite right nominated for best picture. None of the actors were so. What's the disconnect in your mind between the great work and the recognition or lack of recognition of that? Great Work Work. I mean the short answer is racism and sexism in the intersection between the two. I think that there is a fundamental lack of appreciation for the work of women directors and the work of Actors of Color. I mean I. I saw it in on my twitter timeline. And yesterday people saying Oh Jennifer for Lopez wasn't really acting playing herself you know and I think there's an assumption that you know the actors in parasite or somehow that's just who they are. They're not actually performing. If you've been in a room with a with Song King Ho you know that that was a heck of a performance. So I think that the assumptions and the appreciation and the value that we give to these performances into these directing Sort of accomplishments is diminished. Because of. WHO's doing it? Someone told me you know. Why are you trying to inject politics politics into these decisions? And it's not that I'm trying to inject politics into it is the politics are already in it. I'd like to see them removed or at least an acknowledgement the extent to which the politics there. We're talking with blacklist Creator Franklin Leonard About this year's Oscar nominations earlier this morning a read a piece in the Guardian about how award. Nominations granted people of Color especially women are often for subservient roles like slaves nannies maids. And that's movies like twelve years a slave that help babble even Roma g think there's some truth in that for the few women and women of color who are recognized they play a certain kinds of part and not another kind of role Yeah I think it's pretty arguable. You look at the list of women of color that have been nominated in London You know I suppose. In theory those nomination is progress because She's not playing a slave. The entire time in actually is playing a freedom fighter rescue slaves but no I look I think that there is again and there are some by a large percentage of certain demographics of American culture and really sort of Western culture culture about what role is appropriate for women specifically women of Color. They are far more comfortable with women in those roles than they are. If you stray too far afield and I suspect Jennifer Lopez playing a stripper gets one over on the men that she is supposed to be dancing for left left. Some significant percentage of members who the Kademi uncomfortable since actors are by far the biggest block of Academy voters. Why do the Oscar? Nominations differ from the screen actors guild. which nominated Jamie Foxx from just mercy the Peter Neon go from us and Jennifer Lopez from hustlers I suspect it's age. I I again this. I'm I'm not an expert on this. You can probably correct me if I'm wrong. But the threshold to join SAG is a lot lower in terms of career accomplishment than the threshold to join the academy and therefore it sort of seems inevitable that the academy voters are probably at least the mean significantly older than your average Sag goater and given the changes that have happened in the industry particularly over the last twenty years. I suspect that has something to do with the different nominations. The academy to a certain extent stint can only recognize movies that get made even if Oscar voters still ignored a lot of great work from underrepresented filmmakers and actors. Now you've worked as a creative executive. I can Hollywood so from where you sat on that side of the table. What needs to change in the kinds of movies that are made and who gets to make them so the academy voters voters at least can pick from a wider pool of eligible performances? Films having the same changes that needs to be made in any hiring environment where there's endemic matthias you know. We need to hire a labor force. That's more representative of the culture. As a whole we need to empower them to tell the stories. If they're most excited about telling we you need to make sure they have the resources to tell those stories well And then I think that combined with the changing demographics of the academy membership. I think you'd see a real shift over time in what gets awarded. I think it's really important to remember that you know the reason this conversation sort of pivots around the academy as bad as the time. I'm during the year when the industry is the most visible to the world and I think that it's the time when you know they're they're they're the most outside pressure can be exerted and it's it's the clearest opportunity community to make these cases right that no women were nominated for best director. It's a lot easier to understand that than it is to understand that ninety percent of the movies that are directed a studios are directed by men by so. I think that that's why this conversation happens around this time of year but the real issue and the one that matters is who Who tells the stories of our time? Do they have the resources to tell them. And do they have the autonomy to tell them as they see fit. So let me ask you this last question. We know that the academy I suspect is probably a little mortified. That only one person of color was nominated in the acting races and that no women were many directors. Is it going to be same as it always was the year from now two years from now. How quickly are we not going to be having this conversation? You know I think that the end of the day we're doing with small data sets and you know the IT. It takes a long time to make movies put movies into the marketplace and then run them through the award season so you know even if everything changed as of today we probably wouldn't be looking at a major change until twenty twenty two and as we all know Those changes tend to be even more glacial than the industry. So it's hard to say you know hopefully within this decade Lord knows. I'm going to do everything to make sure it happens faster. Franklin Leonard is the creator of the blacklist. His piece in the Washington Post is called the twenty twenty Oscar Oscar. Nominations didn't have to look like this. Franklin thanks so much for coming back on the show. Thanks for having
Sanna Marin is Finland’s 34-Year-Old Prime Minister
"Thirty four year old sauna marine of Finland will become the world's youngest sitting Prime Minister yesterday. Finland's ruling Social Democratic Party voted to name marine the next prime minister. She's the country's Transport Minister and the Party's vice chairwoman. She's been lawmaker. Since since two thousand fifteen
Is 'The Lion King' a fascistic story?
"Comes as you watch the herbivores congregate to bow down before their newborn ruler blanking offers us is inductive world view in which absolute power goes in question where the weak and vulnerable are fundamentally inferior in other words linking offers us a fascist ideology writ large there seems to be No Way Out for the forthcoming remake the first thing to understand that the wind king is that it isn't in any way that winds or any other animal species no it it it kind of is and it says so in the title The Lion King and then also there only animals and no humans in at it's amazing how the west will struggle to say that certain things are not metaphors and then they'll immediately say that this is a metaphor for fascism on earth as in everything below a variety of cute and cuddly figure stand in for human societal organizations mapping internalize social hierarchies on he's pristine and neutral world and the animal kingdom renders these power dynamics natural common sense and desirable because of first of all what should be real about the animal kingdom lions eat zebras it when they're called the king of the king of the forest king of the jungle it is a better thing for quite awhile and that is because the line is the apex predator in this particular scenario that's how they sure I using the predator prey relationships to Allan Grice human power it's almost inevitably incorporates the white supremacist world view so now believe it or not the argument is that the lion king is about white supremacy now last I checked move faster his voice in the wind came is James Earl Jones who is black Simba in the room in the remake is played by Donald Glover who is black nala who is his wife is played by by and by Beyonce say who is black Sir Robbie whose mom is with alpha Alfre Woodard who is black James Earl Jones is still move asa and still black
Apple Reveals Apple TV+, with Shows from Oprah Winfrey, Jennifer Aniston & Reese Witherspoon
"Apple I don't know where to start guys. I'll put everything on there for you turned. Let's talk about this apple situation in the Apple's keynote on Monday. Let's talk about what Tim cook road out. He pulled out some big guns on this one. Crickets, Java where my creek and found I mean, my God, I have to admit. I didn't watch it. Haven't heard anything on it hadn't looked at it. Because it's been a busy week. Okay. But I know there was some updates that came out the app the apple the news app. The the the news feeds they're gonna start working on some things like that. So well, what happened was Tim cook? Of course, you know, Tim cook is he took the stage with a newly refined pitch for. Why apple services are different? He started off with that did his spiel about apple and what they want what apple wants to get to the world. Now, he brought up like I said, he brought us some big guns Oprah Winfrey. She actually closed out the session Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer, Aniston out free Woodard, even big bird, and Cody from Sesame Street made an appearance it was an all star show now with each new product the came out he went into detail about the products. He had a new credit card new services and premium TV channel services and video game.
New research on fish oil benefits for heart health
"It. Richard cantu. ABC news. Our next news update is at twelve o'clock. I'm Pat Woodard on KOA NewsRadio. Eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Regret shape of the drive cross town right now, no highway backups to deal with much better on I twenty five
Florida, Senator Marco Rubio and Florence discussed on Barsky Radio
"L, Florida, Senator Marco Rubio. Faced off with right wing conspiracy. Theorist Alex Jones outside of Capitol Hill social media hearing today, a heckler at a press gaggle. He's saying that I don't exist. Upside the founder and host of info wars began. Heckling Rubio during a press conference calling him a little frat boy Rubio tried to laugh off the interruption, but things escalated when Jones patted him on the back. I'm asking you not to touch. I know, but I don't want to be who you are. Take care
Kim Kardashian makes another trip to the White House after zeroing in on the next prisoner she hopes to help free
"Kim Kardashian, west has not done with Washington. The reality TV star met with members of the administration, including Jared Kushner at the White House this morning discuss the clemency process Kardashian. West recently told the podcast wrongful conviction that she was working on the case of Chris young who serving a life sentence for drug offenses. The judge who convicted him is also reportedly at the White House with Kardashian west to advocate for prison
Vacuum maker Dyson plans expansion for UK electric car site
"Month while make up your own joke. About a car that's made by a vacuum cleaner company but after leading up with bagless vacuums Dyson wants to get into the car business inventor James Dyson publishing details a planning application. To build a, ten mile test track on an old fulltime failed in. The English countryside to sell what he's described as a radical electric car to. Launch 2021 Dyson sang it has four hundred engineers working on the car projects and plans to invest two point six billion dollars in getting a. Dyson car
Imagine Dragons' Dan Reynolds Is On A Musical Mission To Save LGBTQ Lives
"Apple pays. Got a new global partner seen that says, EBay has announced that its properties will start accepting, apples payment solution. Soon, certain retailers will begin accepting Apple Pay in the US come fall according to the peace with a full scale worldwide rollout to follow. There's another regional fitness challenge on the way for apple watch. I'm Morris as folks and China will have a chance to earn badges on Wednesday, the eight, the ball guest that coincides with the middle kingdoms, national fitness day. If you're on Salt Lake City this weekend, you might be able to catch apple CEO, Tim cook. I download blog says the CEO is set to speak at this year's love loud festival. The peace says, the event is meant to ignite the vital conversation about what it means to unconditionally love, understand, accept, and support, LGBTQ plus youth in our communities. The festivals press release, says, cook will be the final speaker. He'll also introduce imagine dragons a member of which founded the festival. Imagine dragons lead singer. Dan Reynolds started love loud and 2017 of cokes. Participation. Reynold says, Tim cook, joining us in Utah for love loud, son, to clear message to LGBT q. youth, that they have unlimited potential to achieve their dreams. Tim is an unwavering advocate for human rights and quality, and we're thrilled he'll be joining our powerful lineup of speakers and performers at another big name to Apple's. TV roster call to Matt says, alfre Woodard has joined up sci-fi drama. See that's the epic world building drama set in the future that already boasts. Jason momoa and the lead wouldn't comes with the number of sci-fi credits, including Luke cage. Captain America. Civil war and Star Trek first contact. The Cording to the peace wooded will play Paris priestess and adviser on the show. According to the Hollywood reporter ma-ma will take the lead of bub Avaz described by variety as a fearless warrior leader and guardian. You know, this could be amazing. It could also be amazingly bad. And finally today, while the world waits to see, see and other apple TV, there's free TV from someone else to see and gadgets as apple has teamed with Hulu remote. The streamers new Stephen King series Castle Rock the Cording to the report. The premiere episode of the series is available for free on the.
Gas prices on the rise
"Stocks can get back some of the ground that they lost yesterday and and actually they got back some of the ground yesterday that they lost yesterday after the president said the us was drawing from the north korea summit still trading was lower by the closing bell stocks were also driven by news that the commerce department is actually starting an investigation into whether car imports are a threat to national security the dow jones industrial average dropped as many as two hundred eighty points during the day it closed seventy five points in the red the nasdaq was down by two sp was down six samsung is breaking out the checkbook because well apple's breaking the bank the fight between samsung and apple has been going on for seven years each company claiming the other stole technology in their cell phones in a unanimous verdict jury here in california siding with apple finding that samsung infringed upon five patents in its phone sold in two thousand ten and twenty eleven apple wanted samsung pay a billion dollars the jury went with five hundred thirty nine million alex stone abc oil prices are down a smidge as russia hints that it might start gradually increasing production the international benchmark brent crude is down a dime a barrel to seventy eight sixty nine russia's ben capping output since last year to prop up prices along with opec industry analyst won't be surprised if both move toward increasing production at a meeting next month of course oil prices eventually filter down to the gas pump and heading into the holiday weekend gas prices are up more than fifty cents from where they were a year ago and they're a dime a gallon up in just the last week it's usually go down in june and july but according to aaa families can expect to spend two hundred dollars more on gas this summer than they did last year bbc's lindsay johnson from the sound of that she's barely standing alongside a highway somewhere so but look for ways in our next money update we'll take a deeper dive into memorial day travel the cost driving versus flying and what's the worst time to hit the road we'll talk about that at six twenty five pat woodard koa newsradio fat coming up on colorado's morning news the price of the pump put a crimp in your plans from a memorial day we'll have more.
Hope Hicks told lawmakers her email account was hacked
"Warmer today high sixty four tonight a few clouds low of thirty three tomorrow mostly sunny even warmer with a high of sixty six and then 50s for the weekend on 36 and sunshine downtown now in colorado's morning news a firestorm swirling around the white house after the recent departure of two influential aides abc news senior white house correspondent cecilia vega has some new info about one of those aids and what they told congressional investigators from president trump's former communications director and longtime confidante a stunning admission a source inside the room for hope picks his testimony last week to house intelligence committee members investigating russian election meddling tells abc news hicks said one of her email account was hacked the hack taking place during the 2016 campaign it is unclear whether it was a personal or campaign email account the disclosure raising a host of questions about who was behind the hacked and what exactly they obtain hicks resigned a day after that testimony a week later another high profile departure the president's chief economic adviser gary cohn becoming the six top aide to leave the west wing this year alone mounting questions about the turmoil why are so many people leaving with administration look this administration is has had a historic first year we're going to continue to do great things this is an intense place as as every white house and it's not abnormal that you would have people coming go in fact the number of departures is not just abnormal it is recordsetting according to one study staff turnover in the trump white house is higher than the past five administrations if this is not the definition of chaotic how would you describe what's happening in these recently exist if it was then i don't think we would be able to accomplish everything that we've done today the buzz all about stormy daniels and the president may talk briefly to the media about any of those items he heads into a cabinet meeting around nine thirty our time if he does speak will take it for you live money news right now as we check in with pat woodard the snapshot on job farmers research two hundred thirty one thousand people piled firsttime claims for the week that ended march flared that's an increase of twenty one thousand people filing for unemployment benefits from the week before he did with after the federal reserve considers.