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Fresh update on "zack" discussed on K and C Masterpiece
"Stock down to the goaltender. I'm going to give a stock down to the Columbus Blue Jackets who lost to the Tampa Bay Lightning. I can't keep on saying down the bay. I can't do that anymore. To the Tampa Bay Lightning. Tampa, not Pompa. So stock down to Columbus for losing that game in five overtimes when their goalie stands on his head and gives you an 85 save performance stock down to John Tortorella's squad torchy squad in the Columbus Blue Jackets. That's Zack Help show on CBS Sports radio. Very fun show. As we talked a lot about the honest onto the compose situation. Then we did discuss the Portland Trailblazers who are red hot right now in Steward Kovacs. You're not happy with everyone already. Assuming that Portland is going to be this dominant team in the postseason and take down your Los Angeles Lakers, there's still no concern level for you right? You said 5% chance to give Portland if they're the sea going up against the Lakers. Yeah. 5% chance. I think they win a game, maybe two. But I really think the Lakers will win that series in five. I'm really not concerned. I think playoff LeBron will take it up a notch. I think the Inability to guard LeBron and Davis will will hurt Portland. So I'm still sticking with. It may also chatted about Adam Silver Bumble blocking the MBA players on the family's going to be allowed in or People that you've had a existing relationship with. So if you've been swiping on a tender J swipe, or how many indicates there's actually slept on Jason of a bumble Oh, our heads, whatever it is, If you never met the person, the MBA does not want them in the bubble. We also talked a lot about that. Prescott that a little hard knocks. Recap if you missed any of it. You could, of course, used the rewind function on the radio dot com applications. Let me get Teo application. Let me get to my thank you for tonight. Big. Thank you to steward Kovacs, Mike Glia and also Tom di Benedetto for help assisting putting this program together, And I also have to thank our guests for this evening. Excellent stuff with Jane Orval Steve DeOssie. And also like to thank our pal Brian Jones for joining us. Isaac Bruce will join us tomorrow first and goal is we will preview the Los Angeles Rams, the Pro Football Hall of Fame arising groups always enjoy Catching up with him. All right, that's all the time that we have.
Fresh update on "zack" discussed on WBZ Afternoon News
"Easy NewsRadio after having their game postponed because the lightning and blue jackets went to five overtimes last night, the Bruins in Hurricane Gaines needed an extra period in some change before Patrice Bergeron put this one away. Marchand finds posture knocked backto Marchand imposter, Not Ours broke up one game to zero call by Jack Edwards. The Bruins win this game for 23 and now they lead the best of seven series one. Nothing Teams will now have a quick turn around and play tomorrow night. At eight o'clock, the Celtics have announced they have signed head coach Brad Stevens to a contract extension but partying policy. The terms of the deal have not been disclosed, and the Red Sox continue their four game series with the Tampa Bay Rays. Tonight at 7 30 Zack Godley will be the opener for the Sox. Brian Antonelli, W. B Z, Boston's news radio and also tonight the Big East now says it, too, is canceling all fall sports following other college conference is doing the same thing. In a statement, the conference says it's doing so due to the unprecedented and continuing impact of the coffin. 19 pandemic 13 time for trap again, whether together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. Road work the name of the game now, Mike, You're absolutely right. Nicole. You up to the north 1 28 South bound is just crawling for a good Mylar. So Danvers down into PVT. This is roadwork set up. Down towards Endicott Street. They squeeze it down to one lane. There that'll be the case through the night. So keep that in mind, there's more roadwork, setting up on route to westbound. It's jammed up for about a mile of through Devin's This is a lane closure all past Jackson Road basically have you down to one lane for a bit there. So now it's the roadwork going on right now. Elsworth. Things were good up to the north with Roots three and 93 north up towards the New Hampshire line. Route one is running an average 18 minutes from the Tobin Bridge up to the Lynnfield Tunnel. Things are pretty quiet to the South. Here. The expressways in great shape both ways in and out of the city. Route three on this house. George is fine Weymouth down into Plymouth. Nothing in your way there all the Cape Highways air good that includes the canal roads and the born and sag more bridges to 24 south clear down into Bridgewater in random and the mass Turnpike in decent shape as well miking W B. C's traffic on.
Fresh "Zack" from 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News
"Don humid with a shower or thunderstorm high 83 Saturday. Clouds and sun less humid, high 81 Sunday. Some sunshine, followed by clouds high 80 77 degrees. Now, more people get their news from 10 10 wins, then from any other radio station in the nation map. Lazo is our studio producer Kyle McMorrow. Our service say Justin triggers riding Walter guys at the editor's desk. I'm Lori Mutton News all the time. Thiss is 10 10 wins. You give us 22 minutes. We'll give you the world 77 degrees at seven o'clock. I'm Larry Mullins and here's what's happening tonight, presumptive Democratic vice president told candidates Kamala Harris, saying the case against President Trump is open and shut. It was her debut as Joe Biden's number two. And see nor Biden wasted any time telling the American public what their mission is. We'll have the latest. Also tonight the local utility companies promising still to restore power to thousands of residents tonight who have been waiting since last week. Under that tropical storm wiped them out. We'll have the latest on the repairs. Illusionist David Blaine up to his old tricks. The key word here is up. One of his first guts in almost a decade involves flying high over the big apple while gripping a bunch of helium balloons. And Starbucks dealing with the idea of afternoon Jos sing that more people are starting to show up later in the day for that cup of Java, since they've been spending more working hours at home tens and when Zack you weather tonight, warm and humid, dropping down to a low of 74 degrees, this is Andrew Rodeo. Bloomberg Stocks rose two levels, flirting once again with all time highs, but didn't quite finish there that we ended up 290 s and P up 47 times. 701 from the traffic center tonight. Here is Greg Rights looking at this on the 10 10 wins. Can you spend.
Fresh "Zack" from Tolbert, Krueger and Brooks
"He scores Welcome to the Wednesday edition of Diamond Notes on Rod Brooks. The 11 Giants take on the seven and 10 Houston Astros from downtown Houston. This rubber match features a duel of right handers pitting Zack Greinke. Against Trevor Cahill Cahill, by the way, making his giant debut that Greinke is pretty good own Ege on the Giants over his career, posting a 13 and three record and a 2.22 E R A. That's over 20 starts. Cahill replaces Jephson Marja in the rotation. Who landed on the injured list with what is big described as shoulder impingement. Before the game. The Giants option relievers counterman is Enrico Garcia. While recalling Trevor Cahill and Derek Rodriguez time Now, for today's Keys to the game, sponsored by Geico. 15 minutes could save you 15% or more on car insurance ride that Mo mentum. The Giants mounted quite the comeback last night, capped by Hunter Pence's three run home run in the seventh, his first of the season and Brandon Crawford's 10th inning R B I single. The veteran bats have been kind of quiet here in this. We're 2020 so getting offense from Crawford Pence. And Brandon belts would be much needed to get the serious victory. More Diamond notes after this, I'm time, Shane. Although a lot in the world has changed at Shane Company, we're excited to be able to welcome you to our store and provide you with the same great experience we're known for..
Democrats reject White House offer for short-term extension of unemployment benefit
"Senate Democrats have blocked a Republican effort to extend unemployment benefits under the cares at Alaska Republican Dan Sullivan says Given a stalemate on a broader bill, it was a great compromise will continue. The unemployment. Levels. Paid two Americans that were in the care, Zack. For another week, a proposal that died a quick death when it was blocked by the Senate minority leader. Without a real explanation. Senator Schumer blasting the extension and the larger Joop proposal. Skinny Benji. Not up to the
"zack" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Matte all right on this episode I of in checks. All at the river, having just finished adventure drives Zach is at home. Having just finished a week wall, camping trip and I al to. We're catching up. We're talking about the boroughs for talking about road tripping in Corona virus and we're talking about a whole lot more. It's the slow podcast area. Does Mogi entire PODCASTS. At the Puck and bears going on. Okay here we go well. We're talking about what's going on behind me I'm not paying attention out in the woods, man. Bear spray just amount man. I had to leave that in candidate, so I have no bear spray. I saw some real P. is also people carrying hairspray in this town that are not the type of people you would expect to be carrying bear spray for instance like a very. Well dressed, young black man, who looked like he probably was dressed to like sell real estate or something who was walking through yellowstone. National Park. free styling to himself with a big Cana. Bear spray clipped on his fashionable backpack. Foul was like Oh. That's how important hairspray. That's exactly. Fuck his outfit. Right up for hairspray. A man who pays lots of attention to his outfit is going. To rise at all, but it's going to correct you so This is This is the call in show I have just finished. The adventure drives road trip driven. Twenty three hundred miles so far in the Lamborghini or Across the Pacific northwest and calling into home from from the Snake River Lodge here in Jackson Hole Wyoming And I found out when I got here just before I got here that the Snake River Lodge is actually owned by a friend of mine. This cool dude named Doug who has a real cool car collection and I see him all the La cars and coffees his hotel. And he found out I texted. We're going to be staying at your place. And he a lovely bottle of wine to the room for me, and Hannah and gave me some swag was very nice and he was like. I was like I'm doing podcast later. You know I'll shut. He's like. Oh, do you need a sweet to the podcast from and I was like no, thank you. I was going to do it from the firepit on the outside. Where like last night I ripped like a three forty megabit upload speed out there while having a cigar, and I was like Oh dude podcast firepit, but that didn't work out so instead. We're on the back to the hotel. Yeah, definitely smoother here, but that's very cool. And what are what are you drinking? And is not Doug Romero. Everyone's asking errands Ferrari listening. Doug marrone the hotel. Dog To Meerut Hotel so rob. I had some fans in Montana come. Bring us some Montana. Bourbon and I. AM embarrassed because I don't remember. The gentleman's name was a guy in his wife or a friend, and they had driven up from somewhere in a four hours away in a Ferrari four thirty. And it was like a young guy in. It seemed like you know. The the four thirty was like his dream car. He was very stoked on it. He bought it from some other youtubers. We had fire damage or something, which I was like really why, but yeah, but he brought us this, Montana. This is Montgomery American single malt whisky. And he brought us a couple bottles of that. And so I figured I would try it because the whistle peg as it turns out that I was drinking. We Rob lascaux turns out. That's like two hundred bucks a ball. So I've got like three of those that I. Left over from the event. So they're coming home with me. was that swag from the event or yeah? That was good. TWIG and Smart of Rob Because Rob. Getting liquor sponsor, a means like a good whiskey to drink, but it also means that like she was aware correctly. Correctly there would be very few places to drink, and in fact that there's a pandemic going on, and so even bars are open, and some of the places we were going to I, didn't necessarily want to hang out bar. That's idea of being in the great. American west and having some kind of back porch any kind of back porch. A cigar, a good bottle of whisky. That'll do if you're in cowboy land which you are like. You gotTa Drink Brown liquor. It's gotta be probably be a little more in cowboy land than we are like like one of our one of the places we stayed, which was called the tether oh outside of Bend Oregon was truly a lodge in kind of middle of nowhere where it was all expansive grass and stuff like that and all the other places we stay like. At Big Sky, we stayed at like like the the the the the the big hotel. It's like right next to the Gondola at. Here Snake River Lodge like right behind me. Here is is the Gondola for Jackson Hole Today Dude. I don't know if you saw on the grandma's Tannen I heights Jackson hole this morning. We the entire scheme on as I, never I never I've never looked a ski mountain and I'm GonNa Wall up that like today we did that. Shit was a twenty eight hundred foot vertical when all the way to the top awesome with what Elvis and you start at what he finish. You start at sixty seven and change, and you end at ninety one and change the two hour twenty minute hike. Upper round trip. Two hours and twenty minutes up. took the Gondola back down. Do you walk up the like the fire to do you go like VEGA RUN NO I. Someone who clearly doesn't ski yesterday was the go. Trail US what walk up? It's like a green run that you're walking up and I'm like okay. The got could walk up a green run, but it's it becomes apparent very. Click quickly that that's not what this is this. Somebody made. It Criss crosses several ski runs, but it's a it's a hiking trail, but oh my God. By the time we got to the top I mean we were taking about three steps, and then having to stop you know for thirty seconds and taking thirty steps in stopping for thirty seconds so tough, but you just didn't do use it a lot. Hiking to Altuve had a guy did I. I we were camping ten seven, and I did a solo hike. Hike No with my dad and his friend. They're both like seventy one years old so they. We did some day excursions, but kind of like three hour excursions, and they're like you probably need more exercise than this. He's always getting bored like. Why don't you hike Mount Star? So Mount Star is above a pass across four in. It's about twelve eight bowl, God, so I got up at like five am on Wednesday in left camp and it was I think I think I was at the top of Mount Star at nine am. So it was like three hour walk out there and some of it was cross country, which is really cool I can go off trail. Go going that way, and you just figure out how to go, which is like which is more interesting instead of kind of taking the. Because the trails, there are a little busy because it's July right. A lot of other vacation options are closed, so burn thought you were in the middle of I, thought you. Your camp was like a hike in only camp. Like how busy could it have been? It is, but we We didn't camp in his remote places. Last time we camp this little which is. One of the most beautiful places been to, but it has a parking lot at ten thousand feet, so a lot of people do day hikes in there, and it's Kinda like you can, you can go there and hike three miles in and had our campsite so three in and out on with only a couple hundred feet. Elevation isn't like a big deal. There's a lot of. Day, hiking summer prepared for hiking, and some are not in a hailstorm showed up the day after the afternoon. If my big hike in probably Wrexham fools because it was like corn puff sized. Like a tricks are for kids. sized hail for an hour. Nearly so I hiked I hiked up to storm out and I sat on the edge of this cheer cliff, and I have never been worried about earthquakes until that moment I was like Oh. Yeah that one when you're down. I'm dead. That pretty much puts puts my hike. Shame but. It was hard as fuck still I mean. I can't imagine how hard that must been especially without a trail like fucking that we're clearly we're clearly different people. Only off trail for. Like forty percent of it, but it's it's just you know altitude. I mean we weren't? We've been the altitude last we'd been like. Six last couple of days. Yellow stumps at six to Teton was like six seven i. didn't really feel altitude problems until I really till I got almost a nine, and then it was like it's kind of hard to breathe now. Yeah, yeah, you know. Very tired! You do way more cardio than I do like. You could totally do any of these higher peak things. Yeah just need to adjust for a little bit. This young though I was like the fucking L. A. Hikes. There's like some super hot second wife. Lululemon with like a sixty thousand dollar rolex in a starbucks just chatted.
New York weather forecast
"And win Zaki weather for day forecast here. Zack, you weather meteorologist, Carl Bobinsky. Monique. It is currently 83. We have a partly cloudy sky on this Sunday evening, and we're expecting lows in the upper seventies. Certainly a warm night. The heat will be on tomorrow officially earlier today in Central Park 92 tomorrow will be in the mid nineties. About 96. Actually, I think tomorrow will be the hottest day of the stretch. Even if it's not 96 just falling a degree or two shy and even if we do reach 93 Tuesday like we're expecting both tomorrow and Tuesday accurate the real field temperatures will be above 100 So our heat advisory will continue early this week, and you want to take the necessary precautions. To beat this heat to stay well hydrated. Tomorrow will be a rain free day Tuesday, though looking a bit different. There probably will be a shower thunderstorm in spots by the end of the day. And then behind a week from Wednesday. Well, hey, At least it'll be less human. It's still going to be quite warm in about 88. That should be a fairly sunny day. It should stay in the upper eighties. Later on this week on both Thursday and Friday to no less than partial sunshine right now 83 fair humidity 45%. The Wind light in southwesterly Fair 83. We're headed down to 78 in Midtown are Mak e Way, the meteorologist. Car bobinsky on New York's Weather Station, 10 10 wins. J.
Philadelphia Phillies, Fans Gearing Up To Finally Open Season On Friday Vs. Marlins
"The Major League Baseball season starts tonight. It is the eve of the Phillies first game and We now know more about what they plan on doing both on and off the field. Little these, Dave, you ran breaks down what you're going to see for the opening week at Citizens Bank Park Healthcare workers from the Morris Children's Health system, and Jefferson will be featured on cardboard cutouts and seat. The cut outs are 18 by 36 inches there called Phillies game faces soon You'll have a chance to buy a cutout for $25. If you're a season ticket holder, or $40 for the general public net proceeds will go to Phillies Charities. Meantime, Joe Girardi said Zack Wheeler is scheduled to pitch game to against the Marlins Saturday. His wife, Dominique had a healthy baby boy earlier this week. Vince Velazquez go Sunday and Jake area Monday against the Yankees. I think when we came here approximately three weeks ago, none of us were sure if we were going to be able to get to this day, and I think the fact that we have is a credit to everyone in Major League baseball and the efforts that everyone has put in To get to this point. So now there were at this point. Let's not mess it
New York Mayor De Blasio reacts to 'heartbreaking' shooting of 1-year-old: 'This is not anything we can allow in our city'
"Three police Commissioner Dermot Shea was in bed Stuy Brooklyn today, offering his condolences to the mother of a one year old boy who was fatally shot last night during a cookout at a park. This during a weekend, where 28 people were shot in the city and mayor de Blasio also reacted to the death of the little boy W. CBS's Mac. Rosenberg has the latest from the mayor. One month after the NYPD disbanded its anti crime unit, who's very responsibility. It was to get felons and illegal guns off the streets. There's just so many guns out there. And that is a New York tragedy in a national tragedy that comment from Mayor de Blasio aboutthe surgeon gun violence in the last month. And he says part of the solution is bringing police and community together a bond, he says that was overwhelmingly successful until the pandemic it making community members allies in that effort, because a lot of times they have the information that is the single best way. To get the guns off the streets. Deblasio insists there's no slowdown at the NYPD. And he pointed to police Commissioner Shay's conclusion that the work of the anti crime unit can be done in a different and better way. Zack Rosenburg doubly CBS News Radio
Detroit Police Release Body-Cam Video After Officer Fatally Shoots Black Man
"Detroit's police chief, responding to accusations after a man killed by police near San Juan and West McNichols, Friday afternoon, the chief just wrapped up a press conference. You heard it right here on W W J showing Dash Cam and Bodycam video of what took place leading up to the deadly shooting city beat reporter Dicky Thompson at the press conference and joins us live with the latest. Good evening, Vicky. And Good evening Zack, that news conference just wrapping up here at Public safety headquarters, Detroit police chief James Craig releasing Dashcam and body Cam video of the fatal shooting of Hakim, Littleton on six mile and San Juan. He says Darnell Sylvester was being arrested on an outstanding warrant and was being arrested with no resistance when Littleton pulled a weapon. And fired four shots, one at the head of an officer. As officers were taken. Mr Sylvester into custody. Mr. Littleton began to reach in his left cargo pants pocket again. As we play the video several times. You will see that A witness at the scene told investigators that Mr Littleton stated I'm not going to say an exact Burbage, but basically that you're not going to take my man. In other words, interpretation is take him into custody. He then drew a handgun from his left pocket, Mr Littleton, then fire a shot. That one of our police officers at close range, narrowly missing him. He also says three officers fired four shots, killing Littleton. In terms of the protest, he says eight people were arrested,
Mahomes' big bet on football pays off with $503 million deal
"Start off the show with the conversation that really dominated the Monday edition of the Zack Help show on CBS Sports Radio. And that was the breaking news of Patrick Mahomes inking a 10 year deal. $503 million contract What it is worth up to, and that's the news that has really rocked the sports world and hit the sports world since the week did commands only two days into the week, and when I look back at this Mahomes deal And I think he's 100% worth it. I know some are going to be even with this talent, skeptical of giving any player a 10 year deal truly a 12 year deal because of the two years that are still currently on his contract. I look at Patrick Mahomes, though, And this was evident to May after his first full season in the National Football League that not only was he the best quarterback in all of football, but he was the best player in all of football and even look at last year. All the adversity that was thrown in front of him. You had a knee injury. Then you're down 24 points in the divisional round. You're down 10 points in the FC championship game, and you're down 10 points in a Super Bowl with only 7.5 to go. Think about that for a second. Look out how much was working against them? Look how much were working against the team a lot of it their own fault. Because they were the team that went down 24 then 10 and 10 as well. And even with all that it shows you how great Mahomes is because Mahomes was able to dig himself into a deep hole, and he was able to find the way against all odds because of his talent to back himself out of it. Now It's not only him. You need playmakers around you. You need a good coach. And you need a defense that in the second half of the season, that defense really did step up. The game where my home's got hurt. I think they were playing the Broncos. I could be wrong on that. But whoever they were playing that night, I remember talking to Steve Spagnola after they won the Super Bowl inspect set on the show. It was that night where Mahomes got hurt. That was the turning point for the defense this year with the Kansas City Chiefs.
HBO Max grants fans' wishes to see unreleased cut of 'Justice League'
"Five H. B. L. Max will premiere the Zack Snyder cut of justice league here's Michele Pelino what I command star Jason Momoa one he guides Zack Snyder's cut of the twenty seventeen DC superhero film justice league has landed on HBO MAX premiering next year the film directed by Snyder sees Batman Wonder Woman Aquaman the flash cyborg
"zack" Discussed on Supernatural with Ashley Flowers
"Just an MP in Iraq. I was a medical corpsman in Afghanistan. I had to literally so people back together. What did you do? That was so horrible so with his relationship at a dead end and no help from his friends. Zack starts looking for support somewhere else. In the summer of two thousand six he start seeing a man he met at a local bar. Zach is just starting to come to terms with being bisexual and most of his friends. Don't even know about it so he tries to keep the new relationship under wraps but of course by September word gets back to Addie and she's furious first of all she's furious at Zack's cheating on her although it's hard to say how much they were actually together at this point but to her the fact that he's cheating on her with a man somehow makes it much worse in her eyes for the next few weeks. She taunted him with homophobic slurs even in front of his friends and co-workers. This was very nearly the last straw for both of them. Then at the end of September addy comes to Zak with one last offer of reconciliation. She got into a dispute with her landlord and she was about to be addicted. She couldn't afford to put down a deposit on a new place so she asked sat to move in with her for real this time their own equally shared home a year lease and a fresh start. This seemed promising to Zach so he agreed to give it one more shot so at the beginning of October. Two thousand six they move in eight twenty six north. Rampart street sack pays the first and last month's rent out of his own pocket and he's under the impression that when the landlord gets the paperwork together they're both going to be listed as tenants however on the morning of October fourth addy shows of the office and asked to sign the lease alone with only her name on it about five minutes later. The landlord gets a call from a Zach. Obviously sees where this is heading. If apartments in addy's name she can kick him out whenever she wants as usual and since he was the one who put down the move in fees. He's going to be homeless and broke so the landlord goes back to Addie to ask her. What's going on? The first thing she says is that Zach cheated on her and she's kicking him out now at this point the landlords like listen. You need to sort out your own drama. I don't want to be involved in this. So he leaves and that's the last time anyone sees addy alive now. When police I look at this crime it seemed totally senseless. But that's because they were only looking at the days around the murder itself when you actually put together the full story the year and a half slow-burn of tension it makes perfect sense. The argument about the lease was actually a fight about everything. The financial instability the infidelities sexuality addy's emotional abuse both of their past traumas and untreated mental illnesses. Not to mention the drinking and drug use with such a perfect storm of stress. It's not surprising that sack reached his breaking point. Knowing all this at the end of the day it looks like the only demons involved psychological ones the fact that the new apartment was above. A voodoo temple is just stray thread in the story and for the next few years that was it. The case was closed and the rumors about dark. Magic were put to rest. But in June of two thousand twelve something happen that raised fresh questions about Zack. Addy's demise. Another young woman from New Orleans was killed and dismembered and the killer happened to be one of addie halls. Closest Friends. Coming up will explore the connection between these two gruesome murders. Now back to the story on June seventh two thousand twelve a woman's torso washed up on the beach in Bay. Saint Louis. Mississippi severed limbs and decapitated head followed close behind it. The body was identified as Jaren Lockhart. A twenty two year old dancer from New Orleans almost immediately. The investigators zeroed in on their suspects. Terry speaks and Margaret Sanchez. I closing time in the early hours of June six. The couple had appeared at the club. Were jared danced. Terry and Margaret. Both used to actually work at the club. Chew as a dancer and a doorman respectively so they knew Jaren everyone else. Pretty well Margaret asked around to see if any of the dancers wanted to work a private party a few girls turn them down but Jaren had made very many tips that night and rent due soon. So she agreed. Security cameras picked up Margaret Terry and Jaren walking down the street together at about two o'clock in the morning and that was the last time. Jaren was seen alive. Margaret and Terry were both arrested on June twelve just a week. After the murder. There was a mountain of evidence against them though. Admittedly no clear motive but before the two suspects could be formerly charged. Police were hit with a curve ball on July fourth the ABC drama show final witness aired an episode about Sack Bowen. An addy halls murder suicide one of the main subjects they interviewed was addy's best friend. None other than Margaret Sanchez on the show which was taped more than a year earlier. Margaret talks in detail about her friendship with Addie. They'd met before Hurricane Katrina when they were both working as bartenders in the French quarter Margaret. Also News Act pretty well and it was clear that she'd been around the couple. In the months leading up to their deaths in one segment she imagines going through Zaks head after killing addy quote. What am I going to do to get rid of the body? That would be the first thought. How am I going to fix this and quote the detectives on the Jaren Lockhart Case? Just ignore this deputy chief Don Bass told The Times Picayune. Let me ask you this. How many personal friends you have who've been murdered. And how many personal friends do you have? Who were murdered and dismembered but no matter how closely they looked. There wasn't any evidence linking Margaret to addy's debt to be fair the investigation. Two thousand six would have been quick since all signs pointed to Zach. So it's possible that there's something that they missed as far as anyone could tell though there really was no connection. It was just an unbelievable freak coincidence. The situation looks even stranger. When you consider the motive for Jaren Lockhart murder or rather the total lack of motive just like with Adams APP. No one could figure out what drove Margaret and Terry to murder. They knew the victim but not well. Nothing of value was stolen. The crime was obviously premeditated but for no apparent reason so once again with nothing else to go off the investigators start to wonder if other forces were at play this time the theory they landed on was sacrificed on the night of the murder. There was this really rare astronomical event called Venus transit which is when Venus passes between the Earth and the Sun. It only happens twice every two hundred forty three years so it's kind of a big deal to scientists but it doesn't have any real significance to any culture except ancient Maya most. Maya rituals were based around the planets particularly Venus and a lot of those rituals included human sacrifice. You might remember that in two thousand twelve big panic around the apocalypse because the Maya calendar ended that December. Now it's hard to say. Exactly what the Maya thought would happen. Two thousand twelve but they considered it the end of a cycle for humanity and the beginning of a new world. The Venus Transit in June of two thousand twelve was supposed to usher in that shift so a likely time for human sacrifice if you live in ancient Mesoamerica but as how it relates to our suspects. According to the lead investigator Margaret and Terry had mentioned the Venus transit in emails to each other. But that's all we have. The full. Emails have never been released to the public so we don't even know like what they said about the Venus Transit. They could have just heard about it once on the news and beyond those emails no other evidence supports the ritual sacrifice theory. Jaren had been killed by a single stab wound to the heart. The decapitation and the dismemberment occurred postmortem. And according to investigators to only purpose was to make it harder to identify the body. Ironically it looked like Jaren was cut apart for the same reason as Addie pure and simple convenience. We can't say for sure but it's possible that Margaret was thinking back to her friend. Step the further. You look into it. This is the only real connection between the two murderers they weren't committed by the same people or the same demonic force but they were both rooted in the same emotional trauma. Like sack. Terry speaks was also a veteran. He served in the Marine Corps from nineteen ninety one to nineteen ninety-two during his service was diagnosed with borderline personality disorder. Later on. He was hospitalized for suicide attempt as for Margaret. According to a friend she had bipolar disorder. Just like addy and when two people who are both dealing with such difficult issues get together. Well we already saw what can happen instead of building each other up you might bring out the worst in one another however even though there's an earthly answer the voodoo rumors about Zack. Addy never really stopped in October. Two Thousand Sixteen on the ten year anniversary of attis murder the TV show. Paranormal lockdown traveled to what they call the Rampart Street Murder House for seventy two hours to paranormal. Investigators locked themselves in Zack. Addy's apartment to finally put the rumors to test. Their results were inconclusive. The only solid findings were from a device called the go box which supposedly allows spirits to communicate through radio waves. The device captured voice. Saying you're not alone and more shockingly strangled to death but before we get too carried away with that we have to take a look at the GIO box itself. It's essentially a radio scanner with a few modulars attached supposedly. If there is a spirit nearby they'd be able to manipulate the radio frequencies to send you a message but the creator of the box admits that without the interference of spirit all you're GonNa get is bleed from am radio broadcasts. If the words you hear match up with the answers you're looking for. It's most likely just a coincidence. Coincidences are hard to accept which is partially why there are so many occult theories about this case in the first place but in a way coincidence is an even scarier explanation than dark. Magic voodoo curse. Zack addy and Margaret Terry. For that matter were all haunted by common every day issues mental illnesses. Ptsd abuse infidelity alcohol drugs. Pretty much everyone has dealt with at least one of those issues in their lifetime and it usually doesn't end with a severed head on a stove top but when you put them all together. It doesn't matter how levelheaded you are or how much you love your partner. The right combination of stress and trauma could push anyone over the edge..
"zack" Discussed on Supernatural with Ashley Flowers
"Original. And I'm your host Ashley Flowers every Wednesday. I'll be taking a deep dive into a real unexplained mystery to try and figure out the truth. It's mental health awareness month so for this episode. We're going to be looking at a case. That's a little different. There's a long long history of mental illness being conflated with the paranormal like demonic possession or go sightings this is pretty dangerous not only because it stigmatizes mental illness but because it stops us from addressing the real human problems that are usually at the root of it and nothing exemplifies this better than the two thousand six murder. Suicide of Zach Boeing and Eddie Hall. You can find all episodes of supernatural and all other podcast originals for free on spotify. And if you like what you're hearing reach out on facebook and Instagram at podcast and on twitter at podcast network when you think of New Orleans you picture a bustling city jazz music and Mardi Gras parades. But in two thousand six. It was a ghost town in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. Most of the population had evacuated. Except Zack Addy. They were among the few thousand hold outs who refuse to evacuate the French quarter. They were also both bartenders. And after Katrina bartenders were like Gods. They kept the morale up and basically held the community together during the recovery effort so everyone was shocked when just a year later. The happy young couples relationship ended in the most gruesome way imaginable following the instructions. From Zack's note. Police Arrive at eight twenty six north Rampart Street at about ten PM on October seventeenth. The place was trashed. The floor was covered in beer. Cans and cigarette stubs and unopened. Moving boxes were stacked around the living room and hears strange part. All of the walls were graffitied with black spray painted messages one of them said please call my wife another said. I love her one. I'm a total failure and on the ceiling above the bed read. Please help me stop the pain. And finally and the most ominous of all look in the oven. When officers opened the oven it took a moment to register what they were really looking at arms and legs burnt to a crisp in a tin foil Pan and on the burner. There was a pot containing an unrecognizable head and behind. That was another pot with two severed hands and feet and in the fridge is where they found her torso from Zach suicide note. They knew what had happened. But why was still unfathomable? Eventually they found an eight page confession. Written in the last few pages of Abbie's journal almost immediately the details leaked to the press and excerpts from the note were published everywhere from ABC News to the UK's Daily Mirror. It described in exacting detail everything that led to the grisly scene before them. Zack starts off with his motive about two weeks earlier on October fourth he had he had gotten into a fight they just moved into the new apartment a few days ago and addy had apparently tried to take his name off the lease their argument lasted into the late hours of the night and then at about one o'clock in the morning Zach strangled her so right off the bat. This sounds like a pretty intense reaction to the situation. Right like it'd be one thing. If had a history of violent behavior or domestic abuse but by all accounts that wasn't the case he was never violent guy and in fact he was really level headed. It's true that everyone has a breaking point but this this was it a disagreement about moving in together. What makes it even? More horrifying is that he didn't just strangle addy. He allegedly sexually assaulted her corpse before falling asleep next to it the next morning. He just went to work and when he got home. He moved her body into the bathtub. Got a hacksaw and a knife and spent the entire night. Cutting her body Zach had the whole weekend off work so he had plenty of time to finish up the task however according to his note quote due to laziness I spent most of the time coked up in various bars with different girls. I scared myself not by the action of strangling the woman that I've loved for one and a half years but by entire lack of remorse. I wanted to quit my job and spend the fifteen hundred dollars in cash. I had being happy and kill myself and quote. And that's exactly what he did for the next four days addy's remains continued to rot while Zach was out partying spending all his money on drinks and drugs and Wednesday finally did get around to cleaning up the body. He decided took cook the parts in the oven. Now there's no evidence that he actually ate any of her body parts and in his explanation he claimed it was basically just to make it easier to dispose of but as we know he just left the burnt pieces in the kitchen and called it quits. So that isn't even really make sense to me by October seventeenth. Nearly two weeks. After the murder at the tension finally snapped. He ends his confession note with a list of regrets. Quote Friends Jobs. Military Marriage love. Every last one of these I failed at according to the note he burned himself with a cigarette. Twenty eight times one for each year of his life and then he jumped off the roof of the Omni Royal Hotel to anyone who knew Zach. This was totally incomprehensible. Sure his relationship with Addie wasn't always rosy they'd been on again off again for the past few months but they always manage to work through their differences and stay together until they moved into this apartment. The building was converted. Two Story Cottage Zack. And Addy lived on the second floor and right below them on the ground level was the New Orleans Voodoo spiritual temple. Almost immediately there was speculation that the location itself wasn't a coincidence now. Some of that speculation came from their neighbor John. John had lived on the property for years in a few different units. Actually but no matter which one he lived in. He just never felt comfortable there for awhile. He'd lived in Zach Matty's apartment. He got such bad vibes there that he actually had to have a priest. Come in and bless it but that must have not even worked because eventually he settled into his studio in the back building which is just across the courtyard. He was up late on the night after the murder and he felt a sense of foreboding that he just couldn't quite place then just before dawn he looked outside and he that he saw someone standing on the balcony outside his window so he goes over to check but when he gets there. There's no one there now. At first he let it go but a little while later he sees it again by now. John was so freaked out that he actually called in a friend to come over and look outside but once again no one was there now to be fair kind of sounds like John might just be superstitious. But he wouldn't be alone in that. New Orleans has a reputation for haunting such as John explained to the reporter Ethan Brown. This is an old city with old. Spirits don't tempt them naturally with the apartment being right above the sacred temple. Some people wondered if there was dark magic involved in the murder. The temple only opened its doors in nineteen ninety but the building itself has a history with food that stretches back for centuries it was originally a creole style. Cottage built in eighteen. Twenty nine right down. The street from Congo Square in eighteen hundreds Congo square is wearing slaved. Africans would gather every Sunday to sell goods dancing and practice their native religions. The different African religions actually mixed with the Catholic beliefs of the French colonists to create Louisiana. Voodoo what happened at the square though was more entertainment than actual ritual. The serious magic took place somewhere else. Either out on the by you or at someone's house for example. The courtyard of a message just across Rampart Street. The problem is those ceremonies. Probably weren't as dark as you might be imagining. There are different types of Voodoo and while some of them do include harmful magic some only focus on healing and protection priestess. Miriam Shimoni who opened the Voodoo temple in Nineteen? Ninety is in the second group. Her practice is mainly about and spiritual healing. If there's a demonic presence in the building she isn't the one who summoned it but if something was summoned their way back say the eighteen hundreds. It's possible that it might still be lingering in two thousand six and it might have been what drove Zach Bolen over the edge. At least that's the story. That was making the rounds at the time. It's really just speculation. Apart from their neighbor getting bad vibes. There isn't any evidence. But then how do you explain what happened?.
"zack" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap
"Sluggers magic of the one thousand nine hundred ninety five Indians written by Zack. Meisel of the athletic who joins us? Now ZAC thanks for being with us. Thanks for having me Jeremy. All right so you know. I already kind of Gave Away You know The ending they don't win. They lose the braves that great braves team that only won one world series despite winning like forty five consecutive division championships What's so fascinating about the one thousand nine hundred five Indians other than this remarkable collection of personalities and talents or maybe that is the most interesting thing I should say well You hinted at it because it was really a perfect storm of a team that had been built from the ground up years in advance. And then this franchise moves into this beautiful new BALLPARK IN DOWNTOWN CLEVELAND. And the timing could not have been more perfect where you have a team emerging from this forty year slumber where they were the dregs of the league they were. They reached such a low point that they had a famous movie made after them. Of course so that was chariots of fire right. That was the case. Exactly you know your movies tres. The timing was perfect and you had a city that was so desperate and so hungry for something to get behind and not only. Do they have a winning team? But the fashion in which they want with all these walkup victories and come from behind wins and yeah the personalities where you had an imposing slugger Albert Belle colorful characters like Omar vizquel and Kenny. Lofton savvy veterans. Who had been around the block? It was just the perfect mix for a city that was just waiting and waiting and waiting for exactly that I mean and and this this lineup I mean I'm looking at it now. I mean Manny Ramirez in ninety five when he's twenty three hitting thirty one home runs You've got as you mentioned Albert Bell. Fifty that year with one hundred twenty. Six runs batted in Jim. Thome e would end up being a six hundred homerun player and Kenny. Lofton and Omar Vizquel and Carlos by era. And you've got Eddie. Murray a another future hall of Famer Dave Winfield another future hall of Famer all these guys making contribution some larger than others. Obviously this incredibly exciting team. Would it mean in Cleveland to have a team after fifty years almost fifty years since its last World Series Championship in Nineteen Forty Eight? That team what did it mean to Cleveland. Have a team like this around. Well there's no better way to explain it then to say that two days after the Indians lost game six and the braves celebrated in Atlanta. The Indians returned to downtown Cleveland. For a celebration with tens of thousands of fans packing the streets and climbing onto traffic lights and lampposts in downtown Cleveland. And they lost but it meant so much to that city to finally have something some thread to get them through the summer and and the early part of fall Which they had waited so long for that and you know it came in. This is nineteen ninety five and the browns left in nineteen ninety five so it was it really was the start of something to and I think of course fans were disappointed in the end result but it had been so long and really most of the people who experienced that ninety five team not around the last time the made the postseason nineteen fifty four. When they didn't win a postseason game they were swept in the world series so it has been since nineteen forty eight since they had a playoff run. So that's forty seven years. Nobody remembered that so. This was the first time they could remember having something to keep them. Invested for six months and so even with the end result. I think there was an appreciation for what that lineup accomplished. Boulevard famers or would be all of famers should be all famers and a pitching staff. That was pretty underrated too. They just had all of the elements. And it's just really galvanized Cleveland. I gotTA admit And we're figuring Zack. Meisel about his new book. Cleveland rocked precise sluggers and magic of the nineteen ninety-five Indians. And I know I should know this. I mean I was covering baseball on a daily basis. I totally forgot to Orel. Hershiser won sixteen games for them. I mean I didn't really. I mean I remember. Nagy and I remember Dennis Martinez Martinez won twelve yet a very good year for them Nagy was. This is a typical kind of Charles. Nagy sixteen and six with a four five five But hershiser who is thirty six went sixteen and six with a three point eight seven. Era IN JOSE. Mesa had forty six saves with a one point one three era. Yeah what you think about you. Think about the hitters on those teams but there there was some effective pitching going on as well as they won one hundred games. Yeah no one ever recognizes the fact that they led the American league in era and they were really good at preventing walks and hits. And you didn't have much traffic on the basis and the hitters would tell the pitchers just just hold them. You don't need to throw a shutout just limit them to a few runs and let Albert Belle and Jim thome and Manny Ramirez. Kenny Lofton Eddie. Murray do their thing. Unbelievable so yeah you can see if you look at the ages of the roster. It's really interesting because most of the roster was was bill from within. They drafted well. They traded well So you had young hitters in that lineup like told me Ramirez and then they when they knew that it was time to to hit the gas pedal. That's when they went out and they signed Dennis Martinez even though he was forty years old. They signed. Eddie Murray. Who was nearing the end of his career and then right before the ninety five season they signed. Orel Hershiser to be that. If the missing coggin that rotation and hershiser ended up having a fantastic season he was the MVP of the LCS against America. So you know it's funny when I think about the Indians from the mid nineties there was that you know I. It meant so much as well. Because there'd be no world series ninety four. We have mentioned that so it was kind of this unique circumstance to people were hungrier for World Series. And perhaps they were typically because what happened ninety four but two years later in ninety seven they get to game seven Against the MARLINS and and they they lose that one in when I think of the Indians of the ninety s There's so much talent but they don't quite get over the top. What what's what's the team. That means more in the heart hearts and minds of people from Cleveland. The ninety five team or the ninety-seven team. Yeah it it's the ninety five team for a couple of reasons number one. They hadn't disappointed anybody yet. So that's what made that summer. So special is it was all new and fresh and IT WAS FOREIGN TO CLEVELAND. Fans who were used to the team being in the basement by June first so that was one part of it. I think that's why people were more accepting of the end result even though they weren't happy with it obviously But in ninety seven that team didn't click until late August. They were treading water. They didn't have much of a division lead. In fact they were trailing the white sox for a while and then they played a little better down the stretch. I think they want to eighty seven games kind of limped into the playoffs and just caught fire at the right time. Had some some clutch hits at some key moments in October to get to the world series but again that's by that point you they lose ninety five in the World Series Ninety six. It was a first round exit so there was more of a sense of urgency and I think fans were less forgiving especially when they had the lead in the ninth inning in game. Seven in Miami and couldn't shut the door. I gotTa tell you before before we let you go. Is that when I think about Albert Bell and he was this tremendous talents Enigmatic I think is a fair way of describing him maybe maybe a charitable way of describing him when he became a free agent and he eventually goes to Baltimore. I remember that off season trying the producers working with Willie Wind. I were trying to get an interview with him and dealing with his brother. His late brother Terry yet and and Terry Terry finally I can't remember he I think he told he told our producer. Willie Wind Bam. We were telling him eight. Look you've got to trust. This could be a fair story. We're not out to get Albert Bell. We want an interview with him. You know Blah Blah. He said No. You don't ever said I don't want a fair story. I want a good story. Kim thought that kind of said something. It wasn't just about Albert Bell but about the dealings between athletes and reporters generally speaking what what was up with Albert Bell. Where do we begin? Do you have a few hours? And we don't have that much time. But you're an expert on the subject the fascinating thing to me maybe the most compelling nugget during the research and interview process for the book was how close they were to cutting ties with him before he ever reached the major leagues just because they were sick of dealing with the antics whether he was frustrated with reporters or taking out his his anger. From what happened in the batter's box on a clubhouse bathroom sink or the dinner table or the Thermostat it was always something and you know that some of the people in the front office said. Hey It's time we have to cut ties and there were other people who gave some push back and said disguise are only prospect. We can't cut ties with him now. He's he's the future. There's no future at all. So it's it's amazing to imagine that lineup without him. Certainly you have some good hitters. But I don't think you're striking fear into the opposing pitchers like you do when when you have that menacing glares staring back at you in the batter's box who was always hitting fourth for the Indians I it he was. He really was the heartbeat of ninety five team It was just such a studious. Hitter kept diligent notes about every single pitcher every single at that still has them to this day and no you didn't want to model your your off the field routines necessarily after him But everything he did to prepare for games. You can see how that rubbed off on. Young Henry told me and Ramirez and it paid dividends for the Indians immediately ended. The long-term Zach maizels new book. Is Cleveland Rock? The precise sluggers magic of the nineteen ninety five Indians and Zach covers the Indians for the athletic previously covered the team for Cleveland Dot Com and MLB. And you're you're about thirty years old. Yes exactly so you only five. What did you have any memories? Personal Memories of this team is a five year old at the time. Yes that. That's what made me Kinda jump at. The idea is my very first memory of watching. Sports is what I remember exactly where I was watching game six of the world series so I remember David Justice hitting the home run which was the only run in that game. The braves winning one. Nothing and You know I it was when you're a kid growing up in Cleveland in the nineties and you played baseball. You Love Baseball. That's there's no better introduction to the sport and watching that team so it doesn't matter to you that they ended up merely as runners-up this is this is this is your team forever. I mean it's it really was just the perfect Just had every element you could ever want and you think about especially where we're at now where we don't have sports and we're all trying to cling to anything we can that resembles competition. It really hits home to me. Just how important baseball has been not just in my life but in plenty of people especially people in Cleveland who grew up with those nineties Indians and those teams got so close but couldn't get over the Hump and just how baseball is such a constant and every day in the summer you go to work you come home. There's a game on you know it's the weekend and it's nice out. You can listen to the game while doing something outside. You can go down to the ballpark. So it's that ninety. Five team was the perfect example of what it means when you are invested. Got That that next game every single day. There's some new results that you can process and to not have that right now I kinda. It's furthers that point a little bit more. Those Indians teams. Were Fun to watch. They were exciting to cover as well. I remember covering current them in the ninety seven. Lcs I guess but it was a little bit of a different team at that point anyway Zach it's terrific of you to spend this time with us and share your memories and his New Book Zach Muzzles New Book as I said is Cleveland Rock the personality sluggers and magic of the nineteen ninety five Indians. What a collection of talent and character Zach. Thanks so much for joining us here on the sporting life you got Jeremy. Thanks so much. I'm Jeremy Shop and you can listen to new editions of the sporting life every Saturday and Sunday morning on ESPN radio and the ESPN APP. Beginning at six am eastern time..
Top players remaining for the Buffalo Bills on day three of the 2020 NFL Draft
"Combined Wallace just off the board right before the bills here safety out of clubs in that means at one twenty eight the bills are now I'm the board with Bryce hall still available I'm gonna tell you what sale if the bills walk out of their first three picks with happen NASA Zack moss in Bryce hall you're gonna find I you're gonna have a tough time finding many people complaining about that hall I think from a value standpoint that they stood Pat and got three really good players add value positions that they need and just value spots where I think a lot of people soon Bryce hall would be off the board by now that a japonesa would be off the board by fifty four that's act mas would've already been off the board by the time the bills got around two in the third round so I feel like if you're looking at it from where they get where they're getting these guys in the standpoint I don't know that they're taking breaks all here but I think that would be a big big win it for the bills if you read any of those your first three picks and especially is considered you don't have a first rounder
Saints trade up twice in third round to take Baun, Trautman
"Saints lost all their picks last night in a trade up for a tight end at the bottom of the third round just to give you a quick recap maybe I haven't been able to listen in the the saints in the first round twenty four overall selection center guard out of Michigan's Cesar Ruiz in the second round No picks for the saints and then in the third round the same start dealing they move up from eighty eight to number seventy four to select linebacker Zack Baun out of Wisconsin and then the bigger surprise of the night as the saints moved back into the the third round they take pick one oh five in the trade with the Minnesota Vikings they select Adam Trautman the tight end out of Dayton in order to get a trade picks one thirty one sixty nine to a three and two forty four to Minnesota and that's what leaves us here on this final day of the NFL draft with no picks that's not to say that we won't see the New Orleans Saints make a pick today this is a team that has always been very willing to to steal from next year's draft to make a pick and we'll see if they're able to do that today
Chicago - Wheeling High School Student Dies, Likely From COVID-19, Superintendent Says
"Thirty minutes along the thirty three new deaths reported in Illinois yesterday a wheeling high school student has died with corona virus becoming the state's first team victim Zack Levantines mother identified the sixteen year old last night Arlington Heights township high school district two fourteen superintendent sent out a letter to parents Saturday saying student died likely due to complications with the coveted
Sean LeBlanc How to book incredible portrait photography clients at expos
"Hey It's Andrew Helmet from impact images. Welcome to this episode of the PODCAST. I know you're GonNa love what Shawn has to share. He has an incredible story. And I think it'd be blown away by the success. He's having in such short time. But I would encourage you to make sure you check out his website to get an idea of the kind of work. This guy is producing before we get into all that. I've been thinking quite a lot about interviewed last week. With Zack. Arias and I've had a conversation with another photographer. I'M GONNA leave. He's nine out of this but he just could not believe he seriously thought Zach was making this up that he would go out and shoot one hundred dollar poets poets after making so much money as a successful commercial and aditorial photographer for big brands. That just did not make sense to this listener. We had a few back and forth. It turns out that Zach was being one hundred percent truthful. Amer God's to these poets portraits for one hundred dollars. He's actually got a youtube video up now. Talking about these executives the fact that he booked fifteen families in five of them cancelled in the graphing ten days families for one hundred dollars a pace to release fifteen minutes sessions. He goes into complete data. So there's no denying that Zach was playing one hundred percent truthful. I WANNA be clear. The majority of comments and feedback were just how refreshing. It was to hear from someone exacting so truthful and honest about the state of photography the industry dealing with Kobe nineteen and all the aspects of having no income and manning expenses. It's just frightening anyway back to this other photographer having back and forth. I think what we both agree on more. No we what we both agree on is. There's a really good chance. Even though exact didn't say this specifically that having high overheads a lot of expenses with little savings and the possibility of no work coming in is extremely dangerous and personally. That's where I see a lot of photographers leaving their lives and probably not only photographers. I mean we all like to have a nice house. Nice US new cameras. Modern computers a lovely looking home with NAS furnishings. Holidays kids with Nice things. I mean. They're all things that way we've been brought up to to want and then to pursue and go after and of course we all know we have to work hard to have those things as well but the scary thing is if worked rise up. Where does that leave us? Where does it leave you? And I believe one of the biggest things that come out of this corona virus pandemic is. We need to take a really close look at the way. We're living what we value. What kind of debt were go into what can happen if we can't service those debts for whatever reason it doesn't have to be a pandemic could be personal injury or illness? Something change China's economic climate. I mean war another could be anything and everything could happen to affect our chance to make an income to generate clients and Mike right siles but on the other hand we still want to have all those nice things so to me. We need to think about what we value more away. You place your value and how much risk or dead. You're happy to carry do. Do you really need to have the fifty or one hundred thousand dollar car? The lightest camera. Do you need to have the lightest fridge that you've taken on an interest free loan from the department store? Can you pay off your major debts like your mortgage before you start pursuing all those luxuries in life or some of them anyway. Is that a possibility because one thing is certain if you have no debt and worked as dry up for whatever reason you're going to be in a lot more of a comfortable position a lot less stressful a lot less reliant on government handouts a lot less anxious and generally in a bit place and when. I started thinking about this this whole thing. The first interview that came to mind was one are recorded a few years ago with Vincent Puglisi. If you haven't had a chance listened to that episode it's episode two hundred and fifty five the toddle that Iran we played episode had to move to a life of zero debt with your photography business. And he's the author of the book freelance to freedom. It's definitely worth getting back. And having listened to Vincent to what he shares and had different his life is as a result of living without debt. Because to me. That's the one thing that he's causing most photographers. That is struggling right now. The most anxiety. It's that debt. And it really is a frightening place to be with all that being said. Hope you are in a good place. I hope things have started to settle down and you can see a way forward through this. It sounds like it sounds like things are going to be slowly moving back to some kind of normal in the next four to six weeks. I don't know how that's going to affect you. Depending on where you live and your government restrictions and rules but it sounds like humanist dry they're gonNA start to slacken off the restrictions in the next four weeks whether that means we can go back and shoot weddings immediately or family portrait sessions. But it's looking like that's the why it'll be and that'll be great when that does happen. I just quickly on that topic of photographers. Not Working. No we covered a little bit of this Zack's interview last week. But what I found interesting is particularly here in Australia or New South wiles. We're being told that we can't work unless we have an essential business and for some reason photographers have jumped in to mmediately. Fly The flag for us not being an essential business and I get that. We aren't an essential business. No one needs photography to survive and this year a photographer that is but the general community doesn't need photography to survive. But I'll look around and I see shops open. I see electricians GonNa work plumbers going to work. I say build is going to work. Say My son going to work as a locksmith. Our all those things essential services in some cases yes they are like you may need a plumber. Plumber is essential if the toilets blocked with the drains not draining. But they're going about their work as they do every other day when there is no pandemic replacing taps tap washers. They're doing little jobs. They're doing big construction jobs. Is that essential? I don't think so now. I'm not suggesting that you should be out there working as a photographer doing your family. Portraits or photographing allotments. Or doing whatever you do for your dog. Affi business but I can understand that if you have to put food on the table. You'll do what you have to do to bring some kind of income in if you can do it within the rules. Governments is setting but for some reason. Photography is saying to have this great divide in our industry where you're the lowest of low if you consider going out to work if you're shooting port portrait's even though you're maintaining your your distance or you're doing what you can to put some food on the table and interestingly. I haven't seen a lot of pushback on Zach Zach Arias and what. He's doing what he discussed in last week's episode. I'm seeing very little pushback now. Is that because he has a higher profile because he's more well known in the Industry. Is that why people aren't screaming at that? Hey you shouldn't be doing that. Zach this is the worst thing. You're a photographer. What you're doing is not essential or is this something else at play here that I don't understand
Social Media DMs - Just Say Hi
"A lot of my friends. Colleagues and other entrepreneurs to very quickly try to move into direct messaging of their contacts on social media. I believe strongly that direct messaging has the highest value as far as communication value. Goes in all social media because it represents a one on one conversation but when I recommend this I always get the question back. Well Eric what should I say? And it's look I get it. It's awkward it's unusual to open up a conversation a cold conversation if you will with anybody but my response is always will. What would you do if I was this person that you want to communicate with and I just walked right up to like right now boom? I'm right in front of you. What would you say and they usually respond with something like well? I I'd say hi that's right. Yeah you say hi. What else did you say I'd say? Hi My name is Jason Right. What else So it looks like you work at company. Abc I work in some similar industry. Exactly when you slide into the DM. It should be a conversation that is just as normal as if you're walking up to someone that you WanNa meet at a networking event and you start a conversation. What are you going to say? The awkwardness of social media direct messages is exactly the same as the awkwardness of in person events. Whatever you saying one is what you're saying the other so just get comfortable with trying to figure out what it is. You're GONNA say to someone regardless of where you are conversing with them. It could be in person or it could be a social media. It really doesn't matter but just be normal. Whatever you would say normally is what you say in a direct message as my friend Zack. Miller likes to say. Just say. Hi and
Gonzaga beats Saint Mary's to win 2020 WCC Championship
"Conference championships that's going to do it we can also put up a whale of a fight in the first half of the contest but at the end of the day it won't matter against the second ranked team in the country as they could snag the Bulldogs have reclaimed the west coast conference basketball championship hi Watson Learfield IMG college good Zack with a win over St Mary's and the second ranked zags earning another conference tournament title eight in ten years and they obviously get the automatic berth from the conference though they were headed anyway Joe Lunardi has been slotted in as the top seed in the west as for what we can expect from them this spring ESPN analyst Alfonzo Ellis we know they are capable of winning the national championship obvious Sir they haven't done it yet so make a case that this year and this team Weigand's A. can win and cut down the nets because the field is wide open there hasn't been that way in the past there's about nine teams that can legitimately when it and each of the teams has some vulnerability to them and that's what's made it so wide open but you look at this good magazine this team can play fast which they prefer to do in transition Giuliani is terrific at finishing in transition this team complained half court constructed this team is their frontcourt led by Philip patch yourself who's terrific with his back to the basket can make a fifteen foot jump shot their defense needs to tighten up at times and I think you saw the adjustment tonight which gets me excited about the defense John Ford lit them up for twenty in the first half what they do in the second half when exchanges with the B. ball screens or dribble handoffs they put a bigger guy on him to contain them you couldn't get from there to the ramp and kept him from taking a fifteen foot jump shot but he loves to make and that was the difference in the game always going to win get the free hatchet Donald no violation whatsoever you hear every coach talk about the draw we got a good draw we get through to the dresser okay so what is a bad drop it and what's the matchup for a team or a style that could prevent Gonzaga from getting all the way when you look at any team that has physicality on the inside and I think of a guy like a Xavier Tillman from Michigan state he's physical he pushes you off of your point where you want to post up that's been a problem in terms of philopatry self and a dynamic guard out front who can not only create offense oneself but to create offense for his teammates and you can't think about it anyone in the country better than Cassius Winston at doing so so a team like that this physical insight with the dynamic point guard creates a lot of problems over the course of a forty minute game for kids at the dragon lowering the automatic berth from the west coast conference they won their conference tournament for the eighth time in ten years another match between the Jagga and St Mary's
Sen. Elizabeth Warren holds rally in Detroit on Super Tuesday: 'I'm in this fight'
"CBS news reporters Aykut excuse following Elizabeth Warren's campaign and joins us from Detroit Zach what did Elizabeth Warren tell the crowd in Detroit tonight tonight she told the crowd it would CC's Appling is good a lot of perks hurting in voting in the strategy and essentially looking to pundits or what they should do here you can tell that that affected by what happened yesterday with Joe Biden with all of these more moderate Democrats getting behind admins are funded sago now we have to do something about Bernie Sanders what she's talking about there is more complicated she's really saying now which is the third option in those with Warren who really spent most of this campaign in both of her political career in the very far left end of the party is now in a way sort of moved into the center of the candidates that remain last night during a speech in LA she said it we find ourselves barreling toward another primary long to Spain weighed just twenty sixteen one for an insider and one for an outsider to hear she is saying look I'm not this like one politician who for better or worse has all these connections or has a record like Bernie Sanders the teacher looking very attractive but she's also not Joe Biden he's not a guy who is connected he just wants to go back to the norm she's saying a lot I also want to shake things up I'm not just but ABC family once pre trump White Joe Biden I'm someone who can actually get the things done that separation is talking about know what you have to do at this point it is in the west the results we don't have we need to see her keep up the major delegate states like Texas California we don't know yet with that whether that's going to happen but we do know is she is headed back tonight the Boston if you were to drop out you would think she would do it there in Cambridge where where she lives in a nearby at our headquarters but if not as of now it's a down day and still be hitting the campaign trail again a few days after so but but but the key takeaway from tonight with Elizabeth Warren Beatty said his brother was really stayed on message it was aside from it being a particularly large event and having a good week gates crowd listed in any town hall she was on the stump she was just talking to voters as he typically does which is kind of a typical for a boating night the other very nice she said speech is what he said to re frame thing the only refrain and she was trying to do tonight is that nothing is going wrong or persisting on and we will take this to a team that can magically after transactions were really quick you talked a lot about the messaging there from Elizabeth Warren but symbolically right now in Massachusetts votes still being counted she sitting in third how does she continue in a race where is symbolically you look at our home state and she's in third well I mean as you said some ball cleared that it hurts your narrative the question that is if you can't win in your home state where can you wanted it eighty so it's unfair thing for her if that happens did it during her Senate seat the future I don't know baby at the very least it's really embarrassing and it kind of creates that a mentality of her own to people and constituents no wonder to be president but I would say beyond that at the end of the day maybe that could be the final nail in the coffin it's going to come down to is whether in the states like California Texas she gets enough delegates but her campaign can still push forward with some impact the letter how narrow toward a potential nomination at the convention I think that is the main deciding factor yeah it could be for the case of it's very borderline and I did she also lost Massachusetts that close the door completely all right thank you Zach CBS news reporter Zack deck with the Elizabeth Warren in Detroit and once again it's Kevin pointed out right now more votes still being counted but Elizabeth Warren is running in third place in her home state of
Family with Julia Bradbury
"Bribery tests about your family. My family my lovely family so I am a bit of a late mom I'm a late comer to the game Because it's about having children. Basically I was having such a good time with my career in life that I talked to my mid thirty shit. Guess that's right children something. Something's missing children. That's and I come from a very close family. I went with my sister. Who's actually sitting quietly in the room? Which is a one off. She has made us sit in the corner knight reprints from dirty rotten scoundrels this before we tell them again. Yes I'll sit here so we are very close and my mom and dad were very very gorgeous parent so we've got a very special bond that my parents are still alive. So family is very important to me and I said I'd sort of just lost track of time and thought took him with his children so as it happened. I met the right person to do that with and we tried to have children. Well we had. We had a little boy. I Love News. Boy called SAF eight years ago. Who just was life changing in the way that you know that babies can be for all the good reasons. I'm going to stick with at the moment. Let's not go down the scummy route. Let's stick with and then I was desperate desperate desperate forty so I was really pushing it at that stage and I was desperate for him to have siblings. Because I just thought we're old. We might will die soon. And he's going to be on his own and I didn't want that and then there's I think that just is something in built other friends and women that I've spoken to. You ought to have that feeling where you don't and definitely an internal drive for me. I felt that he needed siblings. So we went on the fruit and that was pretty tricky. I had five rounds of IVF. I've missed miscarriage in the middle of all of that. So I had one night where I was in excruciating pain but didn't know what was going on and actually nothing seemed to be wrong and then I went for a scam for the first week and because I knew that I was pregnant that stage and my my specialist said to me. I'm really sorry. There's no heartbeat unity. The embryo is still in that. So that our hearts go with that process you have it's not cool to DNC anymore. It's called something else. But that's what that's what people would do it. But that's basically they have to remove what's left inside so that was all very traumatic and very sad and I sort of gave myself a few more chances. I thought okay. Well I'll I'll have another. I'll have another go at. I think I ended up having another two goes and on the fifth attempt I was. I mean it's a long story that I won't take everybody down that path but eventually I went to Greece. I took time off from work which I hit never done before. And that's where I found out I was pregnant. Oh which is very lovely because it sort of completes the circle of my heritage as well. That's beautiful so that we now have to live in a lovely way to shit. Valentine father at this stage I worked it out. That's amazing and now I have so now. I have a little boy who's called Zack. Which is efforts which is a great name and he's eight. I have to go digital twin girls who are called Zina Zapped which also great names and they are just five one but come home deep down here. Judy preparation Malaya scummy mummy. Of course. We're all skinny. Oh my God I mean people was asking. What are the advantages of being an older mom? And you got your wise enough experience and you'll financially soul issue free bus. Yeah exactly when he gets a bye but of course you're also a bit more lacquered. Yeah you don't I mean I like to think I've got quite a good imagination on adventures at my kids so we do fun things but I have never ever ever been a morning person even on shoots when I'm filming my crew. No whatever needs to be done I get that done first and then we'll me out of bed. It's just bad my eyes closed. I'm really grumpy. And it's unfortunately parent who did not change sat in any way so scummy. Mummy number one sort of bad trade is on the weekends. I'm very very strict with the kids with screen time and everything but the weekends they know my weak spot so they know that if they come in to me at seven o'clock in the morning and go. Can we watch film? I'm going to roll into the godfather part two is already in the DVD player. Just press play thanks see. Mummy can't now. Yeah so mornings afternoons on your mom you back in the game back in the game. Let's go to the park. Let's you scrabble. Let's let's do just downs. Whatever it is. Let's scrabble in the park. That sounds like a nightmare. One Gust of wind. You'RE GONNA triple word score for you. Chris I was GONNA ask what you'll be gets parenting challenge. It sounds like mornings mornings mornings of my biggest spared but I'm also balancing the work. Work thing my my career is very important to me because it's such a strong part of my identity and obviously done that much much longer than my mom and I also think it's important for my kids to have a role model in terms of working. They're going to have to work. Got Boys and girls and I find my job very fulfilling. It's the grease series of sounds amazing. But that's not just what I do. There are other of the jobs that I do. But it's very satisfying. I'm learning all the time and meet New People time. Yes traveled the world to incredible places. And all of that I think is important knowledge and experience wisdom that I can slowly drip feed down to my mind. Literally so yeah. It's the challenge juggling big on. Have you ever turned up right somewhere to attend program? Which as you know is your job and go night. This is rubbish. Like this is really. This is not expecting this is measurable how am I Gonna? Pretend this is nice for the ten right. So I'm quite lucky now because I'm now because I'm old now because I've been around for a long time. I I can sort of pick and choose my jobs so I get. I'm also very good. I always have a meeting with the production team and get get a first off instinct to feel about what the product is and how it's going to go and whether or not it's something that is this important enough. Am I going to enjoy it? Enough is the satisfaction level and the reward. Onscreen is going to be good enough for me to leave my children at home and let somebody else look after them and if the answer is no then I just do the job
Jackie's Coming Out Story
"Out for. The swearing comes Jackie. Haiku poet Comedian Anthony. To Mak- she grew up in skelmersdale in northwest England. I'm just white hair about her. First sheltered crushes. I think she's the first person that's ever taught me about being attracted to an object couple of into this. Well I always take the bisexual box literally but the small size ends than that isn't the I like. The word Queer is on fire with an lots waves produced Survive Queen just meaning like fucking things off like an assault of of quite like you know doing it wrong for any sort of purposeful goods. Why saw linked to and GAL rank had to go wrong. Even crepe wrong lights disabled wrong so that people can say me so got one leg and so I- folk that applied instead of being like the. Oh God of Gotland Lego. Pull me or you know whatever light the thing that people expect to be as I do like stump poetry. An you'd like you know you've got to get a celebrity is obviously so it's like things to fuck shit open. A really goes. Why THEM OPENLY SURF expectation? So that's your favorite subject to them. Basically yeah yes. That's what it's called like. Calm Yourself Queer. Because that's what I'm about ways so alike but then when you say queer people like what does she really mean. What's the real sexuality as if it's an umbrella term that means nothing? I don't think that I love it so then you like you're right. Yeah you just want to know. What jets wholesome into his own? Yeah so I mean some yeah. Yeah so all of them all of them and then as problem as advice actual isn't words now. It's the the problem of sexual I mean. A lot of people now are saying Pan Sexual as opposed to vice may be in the past. Marta said bisexual this big shift. Isn't that the problem with bisexual? So people again and a couple of ood might people's on from scam in Wigan listen cone means like he got he got gangrene loving bisexual because of buy into so people like that means that you only like men and women. I'm by taming. You hate transpeople. Or You are an unseen. Non Binary so. That's absolute bollocks. You know historically bisexual people of been translated some advice on use of limited space. It's not like Oh you're bisexual you've got twice. The amount of exceptions gay people hate you straight people here generally people just keep the fucking down which at some yes so historically. It's like being bisexual rights. I don't care about being accepted by any of the group of people Which is true as well of being non binary and Trans and you know occupying all. I'm spices song. Yes was bullshit just because just because the prefix by means ten means that people can really like so fixate on the Ron and going Oh do you know what this represents people and people more complicated than that? By definition you probably would identify as being panned. But you'll just quite happy using by sexual stuff is just like the underdog. I just wanted to defend the word bisexual. Rarely saw stay with it and also I just saw a fought for inside and outside to me. That's because it's you're yourself as well an fought for it for so long about. Just give it all you know so. We'll just fight the case for because there's a lot of sex was out there but the core find not enough people put their head over the parapet and go. Yes me. I'm bisexual. Well exactly. Yeah and especially when you've got a platform if you perform in some sense because you don't know that she giovanna you're gonNA pay the rent Matassa if you like. Oh Yeah Bisexual and the streets you folks on what Stacey Wipe People's so it was sort of come to the conclusion that you were by social what was like my first crush was multiple. Was on tremendously Sasi. Yeah like h three with multiple. I was very very politically correct when it was on the way. Multiple glomma model lovable and Rambo. Rambos Rob Rumba Joe Jr so take like Kinsey. You know it was the people you love some crushing Mongo. I'm moms what you call this. Big Massive St that Intel from the way of Santana big massive tape Zack. Were get so plus plus two. What about the guests that was in there with the group? I was as a Christian Catholic blaster as well. Okay well. This is moving into a whole news. Fair inanimate objects as well well you'll stay. There was just so didn't have any I mean. I think I haven't changed that much since I've lived like quite hard life but in another way quite charmed life because of never rarely socialized. I've never had an office job. I add my parents who great I was never really told off. Fancying ghetto blaster. So we're never stops at quick fair enough check. And you're the first person that's come out. Mister trump's object today like you. I didn't know that you sexually with age child. You wouldn't really so. When was the first time you sort of articulated that and said maybe to your family or someone that union Joran advance and Brooke signs and at been getting the balls up phrases. Well I should suppose that was some some of whom Ananta parents and it didn't say to them moms odds I'm bisexual because it sounds to sexual you know like even just saying the words something sexual Siemens feels embarrassing society as well. He's just embarrassed. The rivalry so aside at the the girl saying I'm not my friends. That's my girlfriends. Go thirteen year. But she wasn't she didn't really like me. That's why USC skips over at nine nine thousand virus so you were having a relationship with not just it was you liked to. I live in a world of delusion. It's like even citizens vets-go angle most the most the reality of this because one year reis from performing you re rice life the narratives in your own life because you use it using the angle. What really happened so at thirteen? There was a girl at school. Presumably that you liked. Did you tell her that you know I was studying like everyone I think is? Is that my sexuality? Always been like a won't the elicit thing on the saying I'm not meant today once a Catholic school. So maybe that's so you're not meant to go out with women but then once so as like very established in the lesbian community. It's like Oh you're allowed to go out with women now. So that's not fun anymore for how Lesbians Hate is shackled men. Let's go to that and then once it was like Oh Giannis just bisexual or okay. So now I'm allowed to Shag out everyone on so where to go. Now so did you. Really get flack from les pins than for food. Let me yeah. Yeah Yeah I was angry. Sort of twenty something. You get more people on the late. I didn't see you face. Those quad knock ECOWAS land. I wasn't this wonderful chairman. Of course you got loads of like bi phobia. I go threatened and stuff life performance pride and do stuff about bisexuality and go like threatens and the Beer Garden say threatens me and you know when you think Oh my God. I'm going to get my kicks usually annoyance and like some people get an annoys for being in Chris Vices or existence in general and then you got like straight people alike. Think just think that it means the Kinky and you WanNa go fronts while I watch so. Why is it so difficult for people to comprehend? I've never really understood. It's just proud. People love binary is learning. People are obsessed with like extremes. The idea that the world's and people are just very gray area and everything's fluid scares the shit our people because humans needs the categorize things like pick a solid any side. Exactly you feel miserable. Yeah it's just don't give a Shit. Choose one very very similar to the football analogy. Yeah it's interesting. I know why phobia exists. I've certainly dated a lot bisexual. Men over the years and a half off lesbian friends. Turn around and go Emma. Why are you bothering? Yeah and the assumption is. They'll never commit to you. Because in the end of the day they will go up and find him on these sump. Shen and then I guess in straight world. The assumption is for men that you're going to go off and leave them for women so you can just want you have kinky sacks. Yeah yeah difficult so you haven't told me yet. The conversation over brookside. What happened to be here for us? So let's go back in time and they were just like okay. It wasn't a difficult kid but I was fucking whimsical. You know thought could fly. It was a more lowest much so they were just like okay okay. I think they saw us. It was a phase but because it was a faizy kid not because they were pricks. And you said you couldn't say reverse bisexual. So how did he phrase it? What did he say? I sat this girl. I such as my girlfriend but then you start talking about what she really Alfred portion on you have to keep coming out so it was. It was years I was being bisexual. I would say it was bisexual swell the people and then Owens University and I was so excited about joining and it was just the algae bay then feel old. I was so excited about being around people and then I got there and it was like Oh okay. You know survival instincts that sends us and you like folk. I should say. Espn so then. There was a lesbian to try. And Fa these people are whenever fest with anyway so it was more of a class thing than a sexual thing but anyway he didn't think that except you. You said that you were born. Not Definitely
Galaxy Z Flip Display Is Quite Easy To Scratch, Durability Test Reveals
"Tests of Samsung's Galaxy Z. Flip and it's much touted. Ultra thin glass display. Show that the durability of the Z. Flip display might be on par with the previous plastic screens and not in a good way in other words the Z. Flip appears to scratch easily Zach Nelson. Got His hands on a Z. Flip for one of his famous jerry rig everything tests and well quoting the verge the Z. Flips display starts showing permanent marks and scratches far earlier than actual glass? Would part of the tried and True Jerry Rig? Everything test is putting phones through a gauntlet of hardness. Picks to test win. The display. Glass starts showing damage if you've watched Zack's videos before you've likely heard that modern smartphones have scratches starting at level six with deeper grooves at level seven. These e flip starts picking up damage at level two and more significantly at three which is on par with the plastic screens of the Galaxy Fault. And the more recent. Motorola razor quote. This screen is in no way. Scratch resistant whatsoever. Nelson says near the end of the video at the end of the clip. He begins poking holes in the screen that make the led panel on the Fritz. But there's no sign of any glass fracturing and quote
All-Star Bam Adebayo Heats Up Miami
"That was the sound of Miami Heat Center Bam Outta Bio doing what he does best destroying souls the court now in its third year. Outta BIOS had a breakout season. Earning his first all star berth and leading the heat to a surprising start today. Espn Zach Lowe brings us the story of one of the NBA's rising superstars and tells us why not everyone saw this coming. I mean at times. It's Friday February fourteenth this is espn daily presented by ADT. Isak Meena thanks for doing this. Oh my pleasure. I like small third time. That means I'm not blowing it. Debbie's whatever the numbers say. I'm not blowing Zach Lowe is an NBA insider for ESPN. His latest piece is a profile of Miami Heat. All-star Bam Auto Bio Zach. We're coming up on the All Star game and one of the first timers this year is Bam Outta bio the Miami Heat Center. Who's in his third season has really emerged as a star? Why did you decide to write about him? I like to write one or two of these a year and I really top out at two. Because they're they're so time consuming and they take so under a port as you know but I like writing about people it's it's one of the easiest and hardest things to do right. I've come to find the sweet spot to really hit in the NBA for players is like between the fifteenth and fortieth best player in the league. Like the top fifteen guys. You're never you just don't get access to them unless you've known them for years and years and years and anything after thirty five or forty you run into like why am I reading about this guys. He that interesting for casual fans it has to be a player that I like is a player. I don't want to write about someone who's game. I just think is empty calories or whatever like I want to write about someone who I think is really good and maybe under appreciated. That's the kind of sweet spot of guy for me. So why do you like Bama's player? Big Guys who can pass are like my siren song. I I love big guys who can pass and when you watch this guy play defense even more than the defense into speed honestly is the rebounding Joe Harish for through and timed his. Jump Perfectly Blue Ray through the clouds for each verse defensive rebound in the afternoon he gets these rebounds where there's like four people under the rim jostling for position and they all jump and then from somewhere else flies in this gigantic guy with these hands that must be made of. I don't know whatever's the strongest possible material that you can make and the ball goes into this crowd of four guys and then this other guy. Just snatches it away like it's nothing. He makes the kind of place where they're winning. Plays and if they come at the right moment and a game. They're like a Gut Punch to the other team. So Zack you head down to Miami to spend time with Bam is friends and his family to get a sense of who he is. Where does history? Begin? It begins with his father leaving their family when his mother wanted to move to rule North Carolina and out of Newark New Jersey and they lived in a single wide trailer in the middle of nowhere in North Carolina and his mom as a cashier at like a meat. Grocery store kind of thing. Earning about twelve thousand dollars a year after taxes. And then all of a sudden she had a son who was twelve years old and six six and could dunk. What was it like for him? You know growing up in that trailer with his mom and no one else. You know when you're a kid you just don't think it's anything right like you don't think it's it's different or whatever. He had a sense that it was hard for his mom and that her schedule was crazy and that they didn't see each other much because their schedules didn't overlap the right way but he was happy at a lot of friends. You know it was fine but he did say by age thirteen or fourteen. You Begin to realize that this is a hard life that this adult like who you just kind of looked at. Is your mom like every other mom has a job and leaves the House. And all that that it's it's hard for her and that they don't have a lot and that she works really really hard for for what they have and that's what drove him. That's where he says he got his ambition and his anger and his desire to succeed was when he realized. My Mom's life is hard. She's tired a lot and I see that and I want to change that winded it. I become apparent to him and his family that playing basketball might be a viable career for him. Once he started playing organized basketball is not till like twelve thirteen fourteen. He picked things up really fast. And you had good natural instincts and good natural footwork by fourteen fifteen. He's on the map of all the big colleges and by the time he's junior mark godfried is helicoptering in to recruit to NC state in like Landon helicopter the field of their school. What was he like a high school player? A monster. An absolute monster have regular forty twenty games just like he was just huge. These teams in rural North Carolina. Couldn't do anything with six eight dude who could dunk? But he was incredibly unselfish. He loved playing point guard. He loved passing two people and keeping them involved. He didn't want to be the guy. Averaging Forty fifty game and putting up numbers there was a story about a guy on the end of the bench who finally got into game. All Bam did was get offensive rebounds and try to pass it in the week at score so Bam grows up in a trailer with a single mom and discovers. He's freakishly good basketball when it comes time to select a college. He chooses that. I'll take more time to University of Kentucky. How does that go first? So when you win big guys get to Kentucky and this was most famously done with Karl Anthony. Towns cal says this cool you can shoot threes like it's cool you can pass and like run the offense but like we have the Aaron Fox we have Maliki Monk. You don't get to do any of that here. My thing for him get and then. Let's really get you to play the way you're capable. You're going to set screens. You'RE GONNA post up. You'RE GONNA GET REBOUNDS YOU'RE GONNA play defense can do big man stuff because if you go to the NBA. You'RE GONNA have to that stuff well before you get to do the other stuff and so- Bam that's cool like you brought the ball up. You played point guard. Like you're not GonNa get to do that here. He would just say yeah. You know I'm just GonNa do my work like I trust cal. Cal has a record of getting these big guys drafted really hi? I'm working in practice behind. Closed doors on all the fancy stuff. Whatever it takes to win whatever cow says is good for me. I'm going to do and like I'm not going to get frustrated by it. So while he was doing all the big man's stuff and games he was working on his guard skills at practice. Yup in drills with Kenny Pain. Who's an assistant? Kentucky's very close to them. At night he would come back to the and do that. He would shoot jump shots which I. I don't know if you even shot a single three at Kentucky. I haven't checked. Even if scouts didn't see all of it to coaches and scouts would come visitor pick their brains about Bam and whether they should draft him. They would all tell them. Just be aware what you're seeing in. Games is not the full extent of what this kid can
"zack" Discussed on The Kensington Corner
"As saying Yahoos instead Do we're talking about so many people had so many So many different units somebody different battles. Some different fights turned it on that that kind of stuff that we would glorify now in almost castrates money for doing. I probably happened weekly. Oh Yeah Yeah you know. He was talking about Did something where he jumped out of the helicopter in like one hand roped it down and the Jaakko is like sounds like a movie man that this is Sally. And he's like yeah I know he was like we were just doing shit like that man and I was like my God I do. I mean imagine. We're in Afghanistan and you decide. Hey I'm just going to repel real quick one handed by myself and they'd be like Nah Bro. That's not exactly the exact honestly man I know you gotta run. We got through to and I really appreciate you coming coming on A. It was an honor. It was really a privileged mad that just thanks for the great conversation. I feel like we could probably sat here for another hour. Easy just you know. Shoot the Shit Shit. And you've got a lot a lot of great things to say so would just you know one wish you best to lock in your Denver's I can't wait to read the book. So Yeah Yeah. Thanks for coming on with us today. Every state you guys keep rockin appreciate all the good stuff keep grinding yesterday an awesome. Yeah for sure man you want plug your instagram and everything real quick. Yeah Yeah you can find me at at Syracuse one on instagram at Syracuse on linked. Dan I think those two probably my biggest platforms. I'm all over Youtube as well as the Youtube Channel. Queues for much you can find me on any of the platforms. Zaki is just blowing up everywhere dude right all man the idea. Thank you guys so much. Appreciate listening. Always look up sack us find us at the Kensington Corner. Good evening The.
"zack" Discussed on The Kensington Corner
"The with the Saturday cyber division is sort of attract people from different jobs. Like not your sex military type of demographics flu left field and it worked in a salt. That like those type of people to come in and everybody has this idea that if you're in the military you're gonna be out fielder stuff is that is not everybody's job number two. We're just talking about that like literally. What yesterday the day before they brought these dudes in from cyber south field cyber is and their trust you? It's it's like the most additive branch shelter now in terms of in terms of what they do urges let civilians to accept what I'm probably hearing from. This maddest thing I think is that they understand it. There's probably a pool of individuals that are better suited or be thinking other they want to bring in a central tract greytown. I think it's smart and got of all. Yeah I mean I think the real the big thing now is that they're trying to hold onto what they have. Because you see a Lotta guys from our generation that Kinda did Maybe maybe nine years ten years were Kinda like for me a buddy that we follow on instagram He was in ranger bat up at Lewis and he was like. Yeah Man. This is just not for me anymore. Like I'm just I there's no re I don't have any stay in. I don't have the drive anymore. He got out and lives in Pittsburgh now and he Trains people on weapon systems. But I I think a lot of guys from the combat idolise were taking just feels that they were learning in the army and hopping out Glenn civilian side with it because it wasn't making much sense to stay in at the point. Yes yes he does back to for Florida. Are you drinking injuring Lacroix. You know I am do happy..
"zack" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"But I think that you and I both found that when we drove corvette back to back with the Vara at road and track performance car of the year. Those are cars for a different buyer. That it's if you actually spend ten minutes or fifteen minutes driving each of those cars. What each of those cars delivers ever? You probably would not have a hard time deciding which one of them you wanted. Absolutely yeah different size different weight. Yeah the Koretz more comfortable but you know because has it has to be and there's so many other considerations for that market the the Sulu little quieter about its business but a little more engaging and fun on in lively. Yeah yeah definitely more racy. Watch the Avar I think is more racy though. Yeah I mean let's just sit in in it. Yeah well yeah. The whole thing aims that like I don't know if you have you have the love of traditional driving main transmission steering his power but likes. They are linear it's powered but The power really dies off if you once you go past like parking lot speeds. You can hear these super charger whistle behind you like it. I don't know it to it Connected all those little bits like I like about driving that. That kind of canyon manner or tight. Track Manner Yeah in the corvettes like you could drive a two thousand miles and then if you want to drive it felt like it would be at home on like a Daytona road course versus the Laura might be more like a streets of willow. I agree I totally agree leaning a little more room to run. Yeah wider and maybe longer than any of our measure. It's a little bit bigger. It is bigger. I think for sure the behind you. There's more behind space behind you. Yes the S. one was cool also did s VJ roadster. which pretty much? which I mean I hate to say? It's what you'd expect. But I mean it's a it's a seven hundred seventy horsepower. top-down event the door with you know shoots fire and Shit launched control was like you know. I don't usually pull clips just to put on my instagram from from your video. It's a four wheel drive traffic and stuff but it was just does do that. Yeah and actually if you turn traction control all all the way off can you flat foot the one two shift. It will spin all four wheels at speed as well one to just slams the clutches just like go. Yeah Yeah so cool they've they have really dragged this gearbox out as long can it's amazing because like you know when you banged hanged shifts at full throttle course mode feels kind of like racecar. Guests are angry fucking violent but like it. Does that like all the time or even worse if you turn off the violence put in the street motor turn off the violence and you're not but it's not smoother it's just less violence like it feels like a person taking a real long time to move a stick shift like it's kind of like you have to be like McLaren. Seven Twenty Thousand Exists Mclaren seven twenty dozen exists the McLaren. You know what I mean. Well would you. Would you say that these are aimed at different markets. I mean there's definitely overlap because it's you know roof down supercar but like this is the extroverts super hybrid car is the engineers even though it is vehicle. Want people staring at yeah to have this. Because it's it's so silly. Like how many hurricanes do you see in Los Angeles angels that are black or silver. I saw they're always black than it was pretty loud like colors they're like blues and Greens and other things because they think the people who buy them want to be noticed. And that's why you're driving that car. Lambeau embraces skittles colors. Yeah for sure and asks. Vj should be skills colors too. I think big but it's just so it's so funny like because I like it. I Like I love this car. I thought it was fucking hysterical. But it's so so funny like I will put up with anything I'll put up with the CLUNKY USB enter. Have you ever used apple carplay without a touch screen. Kinda uh-huh Girl Dako- through thanks I. This hasn't six hundred thousand dollars. You plug in. They added a USB port. Finally it's by the passenger footwell. See Plug in a USB port and car play. It has carplay but it's not a touchscreen so you have to scroll and Click so they've taken taking the menus of smartphones but then Attached it to the usability of like a remote control TV It's really strange but I'll forgive all that shit because I think because the sound I mean it just makes the craziest sounds you know. The engine is so nuts You know eighty five hundred horsepower. I'm sorry eight. Five hundred PM fuck you do. You have sound on this listen. This is a launch control. Off of Zack's Zach's instagram. So that muted. No Oh it vodka's happens here. You fucked up. I did you fucks it up It's it's got sort of like because it's you know it's got like a proper to step in an almost no I don't know keep talking and also like it's it wrought. Here's what's crazy about it. Even the raciest you know nurburgring special events door rides ben the Laura but listen to the the Jerky of what I want to uh you can hear it how slow the shifts are and that's that's in full like full kill mode so but nevertheless despite fight that I think the vendor. There's.
"zack" Discussed on Notsam Wrestling
"To be like you know what the i got the ghostbusters line but i gotta get get that one of one zack ryder gonna get it. You're never gonna get out no i don't. I don't like to sell my. There's there's things that i sell the michael jordan of bressler collecting. I've heard <hes> <hes> but something like that. I wouldn't sell like i would sell the hawkins one if i thought it but not this act on a big family i know i know i collect all his merchandise tonight's now. Did you go through a period of time in your life where your family or your friends where you're too old to still be collecting of course i when i was in high school or in college allerg- like i was embarrassed to collect i would go to toys r. us and always that give receipt you know what i'm saying. Oh yeah yeah when they going to. Do you want to give her seat and you're like yes. Of course i mean these kids eh me but now i don't give a damn. I the podcast that you know. I'm making a second living off toys. It is nice when you get to a place where you don't care because i remember when when i was in college that's when the classic superstars came out and when the two packs came out i was in syracuse and i was like i gotta go to the toys r. us in syracuse and they had that first wave okay which was rockers l._s._d. And the hart foundation and they had all three and i was like oh my god and not only was i like grab mall right away. I had to go by myself. Obviously i can tell the other people but i was so excited about it that you wanna talk about it like you want to tell somebody i just found the two packs and there was just nobody that i could tell without seeming seeming like a total outcast and that's how i initially bonded with hawkins is because we hated each other when we first met a wrestling school because reach of this competition but then when we realize oh my god you're eighteen eighteen and you still play was wrestling for years to finally somebody by the way you didn't just say you still collect wrestling. Please just fed for sure okay i. I no longer fig fed at eighteen i did i did yeah. I think yeah for sure i told myself i was just practicing spots for wrestling school in my head. I think it kind of ended when bone crunchers ended got all the titan and i kind of messed around with them but in terms terms of like i had a fig fed where i had like i would write down the match cards like the notebooks like every card thing i would do four ross and then a pay per view four ross and then it pay overview but i think so whatever year titan try and kicked off. That's when i started to kind of i think it was because the figures sucks so much that i was like i can were so bad except the ventures good vince was good. I that's the vince i have undeclared tie into glacier right now. That's a good that's the best tried vince the original great all jacked act up and stops yeah. It's perfect but the rest are terrible. Billy god is so bad. Who do you talk about wrestling with your sam. Nobody nobody nobody now have your interview of the day. Probably the lowest like views on whatever channels is going on the most interesting although i the truth was just talking about god knows what okay all right <hes> did you have. You been surprised at the people that you've talked in the locker room because you've had guests on the show that all have figure stories as well. Are you surprised at how outward they are with that stuff about how you've got. You and hawkins have kind of opened up that world to the rest of the locker room being like oh yeah we did this to. I think it's a different era when hogs and i got on the main roster in two thousand thousand seven..
"zack" Discussed on Notsam Wrestling
"Let's get back to the show for the first time on the podcasts hot cast except for the live podcasts ladies and gentlemen long island icees zack ryder's here to rose one bike. Mike sarah's one mike yeah one night. What do you need more than what mike for. I like to maintain control. I had the same <hes> zoo podcast recruiters you they'd even use at least two mikes. There's there's four mike inputs and i'm like we're using one mine interviewed the brothers. We made them share one. My so's those two cities one mike. If you have that recorder you could put three. Mike's right but you didn't want to one hawks at one okay. Can i could have but you don't watch it but there are lucky enough to be able to show that you like insulting than the whole podcast and you're like you guys want to do the show and they yeah sure they love it. Sing brothers have the best social media in w._w._e. History why is that do you follow up. I think so yeah but i don't know if i i mean i want. It's you to go back through time light. It just scroll. Is it twitter instagram either or it's the most ridiculous any event that's going on. They could somehow related to their childhood. Oh my god twenty years ago. My dad turned on the television. Bret hart was on and now twenty years later. I'm in caterer at brit. Heart isn't the sabe rumors me catering whatever it is. They'll go somehow turn into this story. I love it have you. Are you surprised it has except for the podcasts feel like you're not you knew it was going to happen court of course of course i mean i kind of feel like aac in a year where you and hawkins finally got back to the top of the mountain. You won the tag titles at wrestlemainia in your hometown and i feel like wrestling still your secondary career and your podcasters who happened to wrestle on on your off days. I mean.
"zack" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"It's, it's just me and the Zack in studio, this is the super show. I guess we can call it because although I haven't recorded it at the time, I'm recording this intro, I suspect one day after the embargo there will be a lot to talk about regarding the Supra. So that's probably what we're gonna spend. A lot of time doing so here it is. It's me and Zach this entire podcast. And whatever the foot we end up talking about what's up with the fuckers, it's smoking tire podcast were going to drop in on the fact hot take men in height. Mennonites is the best Robin Hood movie. Yeah. Fight me bitch happening. It's the smoking tire thieves with the accent. That changes every scene is pretty bad. Oh, yeah. No prince of thieves except for from Robin England. Yeah. I was gone. He goes into the bull Durham. Really strange. Kevin costner. Yeah. There's a fun world. World accents in movies. And that's definitely that's gotta be one of them, but it's not as it can't be worse than put the Benny Bank. In the bigs was. That's nNcholas cage attempting to have a deep southern accent while getting mad at John Malkovich who holding his daughter's stuffed bunny on air. Yeah, that's, that's much worth it. The Benny it's act. It's tempting to be southern but it actually sounds like doing a forest Gumbo. Yeah. Like a Forrest Gump thing he does Elvis meets Forrest Gump yachts, real fucking bad real bad that movies in that video as well. Yeah. Follow my ass on Instagram. And then while you're at it follows Zack's s bone. Fake Zach Klatten John, it is Instagram is where the things are happening. I promise because I'm producing today to not fuck up the video so much. Try. Man by our new shirts. Boxy great. Oh fuck, I should pull up our fucking merch shit shouldn't. I if you go to the smoke entire dot com and click on the boy, what happened there. I typed it wrong if you go to the store tab on the smoking entire dot com..
"zack" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
"Zack yeah you baby oh baby love again tonight voted monagas died mr your doc but the becomes go yeah thank you olga together good morning to get morning back the hukou the hunter i know you okay little throwback right there for your saturday gabby before yes.
"zack" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"Man holloway joined i like the way that you treat me at zack kassian yeah they do rex i will twenty she's a richard me too push read through trees see you next thank you that guy that an app oh can come days now down.
"zack" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Zack rose as reunion tour was really close to including is he straddling ultimate classic wrought by comes as former g in our manager alan niven has now share that the cofounding guitarist actually had flown in for a soundtrack with slash axel rose a duff mccague in in the band but walked away from the non this lifetime to our fellow former member steven adler also has recently opened up about being left out of the reunion tour other than some guest appearances adler says the snub could have sent him off the wagon in the past i am paul walker is the documentary slated for this summer on the paramount network the look at the actor's career through his tragic death in 2013 will feature interviews from former cast meats and his closest friends it's official alec baldwin is landed a latenight talk show screencrush dotcoms as abc has confirmed baldwin we'll headline sunday's with alec baldwin and they'll be a preview of this series after this year's oscars sunday night i mirrored vote on the town's when news network pr w j yourself studios vis these new jersey wanna 15 achieving excellence together or delete j part of his health jersey city medical center monmouth medical center in born at his medical center maimed top teaching hospitals by the leapfrog group what did you do reward at what point five of steve drivel leases mesures water 15 fish traffic providence twenty one still really slow on the northbound side traveling from northern third avenue a right up toward belleville turnpike construction that is why so slow and then of your eastbound onto 280 those delays are now starting to kick in a traffic is slow from exit 13 in newark rider move toward the stickel bridge and yes that's construction to dealing with southbound delays on the garden state parkway to us still 147 all the way down one 42 in arthington that these construction and we've also got an accident southbound along the way on the shoulder by 143 in irving and so that southbound parkway still a mess said getting from the oranges a down toward the union area northbound side of the turnpike stay away from the car lanes approaching the gobbles bridge twelve to thirteen you've got to laze shut for construction still very slow they are still jamming on nine south himself and boy with repair is approaching raritan street the right lane is out and the.
"zack" Discussed on RobinLynne
"We zack kassian rules in the year sentence really giving give me one moment the suit well whoa no no nancy no no jeff howe june meeting the savings.
"zack" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey
"Zack kassian me christmas happy new year welcome to another episode of reality life with key see hope you guys had a great holiday we took our kids to dinner on christmas eve and surprisingly we didn't burn the restaurant down so that's great and then christmas we just stayed at home watch the kids open their presence and i vacuumed seventy five times of my house was a disaster but it was a nice holiday i did watching movie called home again starring reese witherspoon and i've been dying to talk to somebody about this sebeih szekely here's the movie premises greece's recently separated from her husband she's an interior designer knee malice and she's going to start over by moving back to los angeles with her two daughters and wall celebrated in her forty th birthday with her girlfriends she meets these three guys who are probably 24 25 years old who are considered filmmakers which is a loose term for unemployed homeless people so they have a great time at the bar they go back to the place that she lives which is her father's beautiful home which like basically looks like it's out of a nora ephron movie with her daughters the daughters conveniently our way that night with their grandmother played by candice bergen the next morning the kids come back with candace bergen they're like that's weird mom it's six thirty in the morning why do you have guys living or staying here so that's a little bit embarrassing but the guys are so taken my candice bergen who used to be an actress the canas bergen says you know what daughter you should let these guys whom we don't even know live in the guest house because you know they're just struggling actors with perfect hereon perfect close so recess yeah why not um i really need some help with the kids this is a recipe for disaster so these three 20somethings are living in the guest house even though she used to daughters like forget about you know pedophilia molestation at center cetera yeah sure let's just let them of there so that's the first problem rate out of the gate here's the other problem every time there's a scene with the young guys they have somehow erased every line offer reese witherspoon space yet when she.
"zack" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
"On a zack kassian laura yeah lin good morning what did not have these what let that wow denny by yup no whoa hey blue shirt fence make no the past yeah.
"zack" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM
"I took a routing there was a frowning and welcome known to give the feeling started making come on let's turn on the tv said bounded onto whoa indeed two and the drive when i said i was the cost was presenting his things downside the south it's on that rain zack kassian with the the new new yeah two no one the condition may visit with.