18 Burst results for "billy Taylor"
"billy taylor" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"Honey milk after the term honey, milk or whatever? That's not what my love is says when we're fighting. No I grew up first of all I'll take you back to the beginning. I was born in Queens. Raise as a small younger all in the Bronx and Ten my family moved to Puerto Rico. My Mother's Puerto Rican I'm half. Puerto Rican so my mother was a college professor, so we moved to PR to buy among which is where a lot of my family is. And I spent two years perfecting my non Spanish my my new Ricans Spanish. You had a Eureka invoice. Well no well. No, just no accent if you're talking. Spanish. I'll read it right it and speak it. and I learned to do that. I learned how to speak it I learned Spanish before I learned English. Because my mother was in school, my father was working, but my grandmother, who spoke no English whatsoever was my caretaker, so I learned. Spanish, before I learned English or probably simultaneously and this mother's mom, my mother's mom maternal side of the family as Puerto Rican, my father's from culpeper, my father has transitioned, but my people were from culpeper Virginia, so yeah, Spanish English but New York, and then when we. We moved back to the states I grew up in Harlem as a teenager. So I was informed by this amazing upbringing that I had a New York a cosmopolitan city with people from all you know spectrums, all parts of world and also show economic backgrounds so my when I consider my formulation, my development, it's as a result of being in this Gumbo of humanity in New York City. You were how you came back to I was about twelve twelve, so I spent my formative teenage teenage years in Harlem the Schaumburg and I have a question aloe. Yes, okay. I have. I'm currently working on a project right now. That I didn't even know existed until about a year ago. but the world doesn't seem to know. That on the summer of nineteen sixty nine. a festival was thrown in Harlem, with. In short, we call it Black Stock It was Nina Simone Slam. The family stone of the staple singers. Jesse, Jackson literally like when you see the footage it's. Forty Thousand People in a Harlem Park. In the summer of sixty nine. Was it Mount Morris Park Mount Morris Park. Yes, okay, I, he's recollection of Moore's park that period, and well no sixty-nine, no but Mount Morris Park. Absolutely because I spent many times. They're for free concerts. Really Yeah So. What was the environment? Musically In Harlem like because as much as I hear about. The the folklore of of Harlem. not even the jazz since but. Post Jazz I I don't have a feel of what the culture was like. It was I. Mean we're talking about? The birthplace of the Harlem Renaissance Harlem has always been a capital, a Mecca of music and culture so I, grew up hearing music everywhere in Harlem. It was blasting out of people's radios in their cars and their homes. The free concerts we had a program in Harlem called Jazz Mobile. That was founded by. Are you familiar with this Dr? Billy Taylor okay was the founder of Jazz Mobile, and it provided free lessons to inner city youth, so for me. I studied the flute, and my teacher was the legendary Jimmy Heath. What yeah! Yes Jimmy Heath was my flute teacher, and ironically years later I ran into him in Saint Louis. He was with his brothers. the heath brothers. Yeah, and he was. We were in the Ritz. Carlton. I was there to attend Steve mckeever wedding Steve mckeever, the founder of Hidden Beach who signed Jill, Scott and many others from Philadelphia Kendra at such a radio person I I wouldn't have I. Have History trying to get you there the. So anyway I saw. Jimmy and Jimmy calls me over, and he says to his brother's Deanna was my best student I wanted to borehole. Go through the floor because. AM So bad. Off. You probably wasn't pretty. Well lovely but honey. You know you have to be able to improvise. I just did not have those skills. I had an appreciation a sensitivity a passion for the music, but I just don't have any talent. So, always hear about From from the generation that came before I came up and then I guess like I'm. I'm one of the last people that like the idea of like music appreciation and who knows what this? Instrument is in Oh. I WANNA. Try that Viola. Thing? But was it just expected even if you didn't have musical talent. Was it just expected like for a non musical person. You saw the flute was like okay. I know actually my first boyfriend that I lost my virginity to from Brooklyn Lethal, he played the flute so as a result of being around him and intimate circumstances. One day I just picked up his instrument. Is Not. Ahead and I started. was. took. Studied the flute. Yeah. That's interesting so to your question. Amir, the question about music music in Harlem was everywhere and even people who did not have talent or could play an instrument. Had An appreciation we used to when we got music. We would sit together in a group and devour an album. We would read the liner notes because back in the day. Everybody did liner notes for their music. We would read where it was recorded. Who was the engineer? Where everything all of the details? The minutia of record not just did we absorb the music? Of course we were smoking weed that taboo. Okay we're smoking. Right. All right. Yeah, and we would just. We were very knowledgeable when it came to music that was expected of us, especially growing up in Harlem. That was the expectation that you were down. What whatever was new coming out that you were going to their shows that you are up on what was happening musically? Do you have any siblings? I Don I'm an only child. Yeah cousins I love. Your. Back tons of so, how did now? This is unusual, because usually It's the trickle cultural. Trickle down. A system of the older sibling puts the youngest one oriented something and. Absorb so, who was your? My father, my. HIP enough to know. My father played the radio all the time we listened to. WABC the good guys and we also listen to ww. RL, which was African, American am station so I grew up hearing. All the the mic sounds because back in the day when I grew up, they played black and white artists on WABC. But then ww rl only all black.
"billy taylor" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Most sinful cities in America CBS news time ten forty five it is the sports one now which Salvator Ivalice of the marquee match up this Sunday in the NFL will be in Santa Clara tonight Niners and the Packers backers come to town at eight to forty Niners night and one Kyle Shanahan odd trying to keep an even keel with this team with that night a one record you don't get to do this a lot if you sit and get consumed with what that means where you're at it's not fun and you don't play as well so you try to get guys to just know that all that matters is that you work and try to get better and just focus on getting better doing as good as you can you do that we can a week out then you can always live with the results forty Niners and Packers will kick it off I at five twenty from Levi stadium route the raiders the jets are now tied three three early in the second quarter of the jets had a touchdown nullified by a penalty that was late in the opening quarter I Daniel Carlson with a forty eight yard field goal for the raiders Derek Carr so far six of ten for fifty nine yards gosh Jacobs rookie running back only four carries for six yards against the NFL's top ranked defense against the run early games the note the saints league Carolina fourteen to six all in the second quarter I drew Brees with a touchdown pass Baker Mayfield with a couple of touchdown passes and Cleveland leading Miami fourteen and nothing the Seahawks looking for four straight win lead the eagles in Philadelphia at seventy three Russell Wilson with a thirty six yard touchdown pass to Billy Taylor and it is Washington leading Detroit Ted nothing in the second and the bangles try to get their first win of the year scoreless with the Steelers as they play in the second quarter at the sports that's your Salvator KCBS metro the best deal in wireless is on switch to metro and give one full Amazon prime membership included every month.
#41 - How To Make Learning More Effective
"So Aaron shared with me how he took one hundred of their top. GM's for a two day Leadership Development Summit that address topics topics and issues that were of interest to his team. They also have several Ellen de portals where they offered articles videos podcasts which Aaron told me also includes this one to supplement the training session the challenges having now though is how to make sure these new insights are applied and not lost when in these leaders returned to the hectic pace of their everyday work and more importantly. How can you keep them engaged in wanting to learn even more when Aaron aren't asked me this question. I asked if I could share his story because it's a question I've been asked many times over the years when giving keynotes corporate trainings in fact it's one of the reasons one of my leadership keynotes deals with how leaders can shift from simply training employees to creating a continuous learning environment in their workplace so I know there's as many of you out there who are also dealing with this issue as well so what I'd like to do is share with you. Some simple steps that you can take right now that will help make the new the skills and insights. You learn stick to start off. Let me give you a little context to help frame these steps in their book made to stick chip and Dan Heath present. This idea that a sticky idea is something that's understood. It's remembered and it changes something now while their book was about how how to make what you communicate stick with your audience. I think we can all agree that when we learn new skills or insights we wanted to be something that's understood that that we remember it and that it ends up changing the way we work continuing with chip and Dan's book they describe how they are six principles behind what makes an idea sticky eighty and these six principles are simplicity unexpectedness concreteness credibility emotions and stories now while they say you don't necessarily need all six principals to make your message stick. I want to offer you three steps. You can take that will employ the six principles again if we go back to the problem. Erin shared one which other leaders have also asked me about the challenge we face when it comes comes to training or going to a conference to learn new insights to improve the way we lead is why were there we could see the value of these approaches but but soon after we returned to our workplaces these new insights often fade away as we return to the routines of our day to day work lies so the first step you need take is one that. I often get my audiences to do at the end of my talks and that is to identify one simple change. You'll make based on what what you've just learned now. This one thing you choose has to contain two characteristics. I it has to be something. You can start doing now. With these this and second it has to be something that's personally meaningful. The reason stems from the work of two different researchers Stafford behavioral scientists scientists. BJ Fog who found that the key to changing behavior is taking small steps and Harvard Professor Teresa Mobley who was the second guest to appear on on this podcast who found in her research that making progress on personally meaningful goals leads to enduring success and happiness on the job in other words. You want to focus on applying a new behavior or skill. You've learned on something that matters to you you so that this becomes something that you don't have to do but it's something you want to do and this that lines up with the sticky principle support of simplicity as we're focusing on one specific thing that we can do right now that will improve our work in personally meaningful fashion this also ties into the emotion principle because as chip and Dan right this sticky principle is driven by answering the question of what's in it for me me which you've already answered by this exercise of picking that one simple change you want to make thanks to what you've learned so now that you have this one simple behavior or skill in mine the obvious question becomes. How do you make sure you apply it every day. Well that's the next step and for for this. We're going to use the example of very successful person and one of my favorite comedians Jerry Seinfeld well. Let's start the insanity now. It doesn't matter whether you like it or not as this has nothing to do with his sense of humor but more to do with what he's identified as being the key to his success comedian Brad Isaac Isic once as Seinfeld for tips on what he could do to improve his success at comedy and Seinfeld told him that what he needed to do was to commit to writing every everyday because writing jokes every day would help him hone his craft. Now what's the Real Jim in the story is what Seinfeld told Isaac as being how he pushes himself to write every day especially when he doesn't want to basically what Seinfeld does is. He gets a wall calendar that shows every every day of the year and every day that he writes he puts a red X. in the box for that day once he's done that for a couple of days he's created a chain of XS on this calendar and as Seinfeld told Isaac you like seeing that chain especially when you get a few weeks under your belt. Your only job is to not break the chain now the reason why this is a great strategy for anyone to us is because it embraces braces something that I'm sure you've all heard and read about gamification as Seinfeld says himself he transformed the task of writing into would game where his only job is to not break the chain now. You don't need to get a three hundred sixty five day wall counter for your office us but what you need to do is get a notebook that you use a journal to just write a quick note of what you did to practice this new behavior or skill the reason why is because you need to be able to visually see this chain growing which is critical for this to work because this allows allows you to shift from focusing on how well you apply this new behavior or skill on a given day to the process of applying it regularly elite and consistently towards making it a habit going back to the principles of making things stick you can see that this step ties into the principle of of concrete nece as you can see visually for yourself how you've applied this new behavior or skill on a given day and also links to the principle of credibility because as you re back how you apply this new behavior or skill and not qualifying how good are bad you were at it you can. I can see how this new behavior or skill can be used successfully everyday and hopefully also noticing some positive benefits growing along on with and this leads to my last step that will help make those new behaviors and skills you've learned stick and this one revolves around one of the points. I share my keynote talk on how the shift from training people to continuously improving talent and that is you need to treat learning as shared experience now to help illustrate rate the value of this step. I WANNA share a story about one of the leaders. I wrote about in my book Leadership Vertigo. Billy Taylor was the plant manager for the Goodyear Vale Plant. When he joined the plant? It was one of the most poorly performing appliances goodyear and was at risk of being closed within two. Oh Years Taylor transformed it into one of the top performing manufacturing plants a good year and was promoted to an executive role at goodyear while there are many things Taylor did to achieve this outcome. There's one I wanNA share in the context of making our learning stick and that is how he put up information boards throughout the plant that identified which manufacturing team was working on a given product line and the level of output. They were creating now the reason he did this was was not simply to hold the different production teams accountable for their productivity but so that's different teams could learn from one another about what they were doing to improve their performance performance. In fact Taylor facilitated this cross learning between teams by putting up other boards throughout the plant that showcase projects is employs initiated improve the plants productivity and cost effectiveness as a result of the lessons. They learned from one another working on the plant floor. Now remember remember that the first step I told you about was to pick that one behavior or skill that you've learned that you WanNa make stick because you not only know no you can make this a part of your leadership tool kit but also because you know it's going to have a meaningful impact on how you perform your job well well. The wonderful thing of identifying this at the start of this process is that it allows you to not only attain some early wins but you also now have something something of value to share with other leaders in your organization in terms of how they can apply this behavior or skill to improve their leadership and conversely when when they share with you how they apply other behaviors and skills to the way they lead you gain better insights on how you yourself can apply these other behaviors and skills to continue learning and growing the key point. I want you to take note of is that learning can't exist in a vacuum or silo but as I pointed out in the first step it needs to be connected both to why you do what you do and how you go about getting things done in your everyday the day work and again going back to chip and Dan's principles of stickiness we can see how this step clearly ties into that principle of stories in how we're sharing sharing our stories our experiences with learning to improve ourselves but it also ties into the principle of unexpectedness because in en- sharing your lessons learned you stand to gain both new insights into how to build on what you're currently doing as well as where you can start next in that process of applying applying what you've learned
"billy taylor" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Seven cow words that shot my brother and then back and killed him may god have mercy on your soul now tonight bay is lodged in the Allegheny county jail without Bailey has a hearing next week the criminal complaint to with all the details of the shooting is still under seal at least for the time being officer halls funeral here is scheduled to begin at eleven o'clock in the morning hello it'll be followed by burial in the home with cemetery rough I am not ATV K. dealers no no one knows exactly how many police officers are going to attend today but they will gather at Heinz field this morning former procession to Oakland expect traffic delays and restrictions to begin around nine thirty in the eastern suburbs we told you about the flooding closing roads yesterday morning we're now getting a better picture of the impact of those flood waters here's Katie K. TV's Rachel mon Jovi Warner was above your head I mean just look my trucks over there and my car was washed over a mile away flash flooding damages not one but two of Billy Taylor's vehicles Taylor lives in the Penn hills plum area he woke up to find his Chevy Silverado pickup truck waged between a telephone pole and a part of a tree is other car was swept away by floodwaters a mile down the road I had never seen a flat floor is so powerful to take this car and bring it like thirty forty five miles an hour.
"billy taylor" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"Helps recall always Bank times like these. My favorite quarterback golf was a game, which you yell for shoot six and write down five. Point. Times of day, and w j and whether it was eight thirty in the morning noontime or six thirty with the rest of the story. How? JJ Bob page losses job JR. Credit? He was right on the college in you know, he's fifty years ago. He was on JR. And he Amorn five years. What happened was he? He rip was Thomas. Disgraces? You know, you don't get him off here. Are they fired him the next day? Ever have you ever had gumption to club? I sent you a stop came about the time. Radio show on in the morning. And then he mentioned something about the Michigan department and Bill Maher net him removed. Dave San would be a great guest. I've given that will give it to me again. Okay. Doc Kabila pay to them would be great. I've met him and I invited him on. I I don't think I had Billy Taylor on the show. Not put him on Billy Taylor's chunky. Now, isn't he day Jason Bank? Brian. We're all that bigger than we were forty fifty years ago in college. Gun on him. I'm almost twice the man. I used to be. All right. You know, I told my dad got back to you back into shape. You know, my what do you mean? Get back in shape. He says you already great shape doggone figure. He looked round shape. Good day. Thank you JJ. Good day. Paul harvey..
"billy taylor" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"I really thought I picked eagles to repeat I thought the west. So this basically you want confirmation by you. Analysts I want. I want to be right. Don't you wanna be right? When you make look I think I think the Rams badly miscue per Cup. Okay. Folks. All you out the Rams or not. I am not. Okay. I am not. But but you're off has been bad has been bad recently against against these. He wasn't gonna get the lion's for people freak out about some other games. He wasn't good against the lion. No, no, no the lines which is bad enough. You know, they were good of the the random just good enough to beat a team like a line up nine nothing yesterday against Minnesota. No final score. No twenty twenty-seven nine nine nothing. Yeah. Terrible. I actually think Minnesota's got a shot. I just do you. Yes. Yes. I don't know. I'm again, I'm not I'm not all in on Kirk cousins. I know I am not. I do I think he's the greatest quarterback ever know. But he has he's got he's got a freak behind him. He's got to freaks out wide. And I think the defense though, it hasn't been as good as it was supposed to be. It's it's it's gotten better. Now that they found they found, you know, some balance offense thing that they thought hey, you know, what let's just upgrade to quarterback position fence, right? And we will be even better than they were year ago. That's what they thought. But the defense didn't play as well. And they lost some games. They probably shouldn't have how crazy is it? People think people would say Kirk cousins is not having a good year. No. He's the numbers are there. Right. Got forty one hundred sixty six yards with a game to go. He's completing seventy percent of his passes. It just doesn't feel joining nine touchdowns ten or sections. It doesn't feel like it. Look, it doesn't feel like seventy five million. What what did they give them that guarantee? That's what it doesn't feel like people look at the number and they look at Kirk cousins. Right. But here's the problem. You couldn't get him for a penny less because the jets actually offered him more. And if you didn't get him, what was your option? So I understand options keen if he has it leverage. And he and he used it this. It's more about business, and and the market than it is about how how good he actual people. Do look at your salary and they determine whether or not I do this all the time. I show you. Remember, you still get the Sunday paper, you're still paper guy. No, I'd but I looked once in a while. Okay. So but you have gotten a switch, which hurts me does as a former right, exactly. And a guy who grew up in newspaper. That's all we when you get a Sunday paper back when you got send it. Yes. You know, they have long, you know, they had a little parade magazine us k and once a year. What was what was the one that you all that people always? Athlete. No one. Okay. How much does somebody may? Yes. That that was like, yes. Oh, wait, a postal worker makes seventy five gray s in Peoria would over time. Yeah. That's a great gig. Right. As a great gig you walk. You know, you just gotta worry about dogs. I love dogs. Are you gonna do is worry about dogs that is the only downside? So the so the the the what happens when you read that magazine, it was what happens with Kirk cousins you make complete judgment about a human being based upon how much they're making. I totally agree. And we judge Kurt about that issue. I used to be. Yeah. I had I had a car ride once with Dave revson, which the big ten network two games together. We did the what's the what's the league called shoot Leigh. Highs in man. We did the the league championship. All right. Patriot league championship. And we did it in Bethlehem Pennsylvania was Lee high against I'm gonna say Lafayette. Lee ends up winning. Billy Taylor was the coach for Notre Dame player. And we decided it didn't make sense to drive to Philadelphia..
"billy taylor" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"No twenty seven nine nine nothing. Yeah. Terrible. I actually think Minnesota's got a shot. I just do you. Yes. Yes. I don't know. I'm again, I'm not a I'm not all in on Kirk cousins. I know I am not. I do I think he's the greatest quarterback ever know. But he has he's got he's got a freak behind him. He's got to freaks out lied. And I think the defense though, it hasn't been as good as it was supposed to be. It's it's it's gotten better now that they found they found some balance offense because that was the thing that they thought hey, you know, what let's just upgrade the quarterback position defense. Right. And we will be even better than they were a year ago. That's what they thought. But the defense didn't play as well. And they lost some game. They probably shouldn't have how crazy is that? People think people would say Kirk cousins is not having a good year right now. He's the numbers of there. Right. He's got forty one hundred sixty six yards with a game to go. He's completing seventy percent of his passes. It just doesn't feel nine touchdowns ten or sections. It doesn't feel like it'll get doesn't feel like seventy five million. What what did they give them that guaranteed? That's what it doesn't feel like people look at the number and they look at Kirk cousins. Right. But here's the problem. You couldn't get him for a penny less because the jets actually offered him more. And if you didn't get him what was your options. So I understand your options keenum. Leverage. And he and he used it this. It's more about business and and the market than it is about how how good he acts. What people do look at your salary, and they determine whether or not I do this all the time my show, do you? Remember, you still get the Sunday paper, you're still paper guy. No. But I looked once in a while. Okay. So, but you have gotten hurts me as a former right has former exactly and a guy who grew up in newspapers. That's all. So when you get a Sunday paper back when you got a Senate. Yes. Wasn't that long? You know, they had a little parade magazine us and once a year. What was what was the one that you all that people always the athlete? No, okay. How much does somebody may? Yes. That was like, oh, wait a postal worker makes seventy five s in Peoria would overtop. Yeah. That's a great gig. Right. It's a great gig you walk. You know, you just got worry about dogs. I loved all you gotta do is worry about dogs. That is the only downside. So the so the the the what happens when you read that magazine, it was what happens with Kirk cousins, you may complete judgment about a human being based upon how much they're making. I totally agree. And we judge Kurt about that issue. It used to be I had a I had a car ride once with Dave revson, worship the big ten network. Two games. Together. We did the. What's the what's the league called shoot Lee? Highs in man, we did the league championship. All right. Patriot league championship. And we did in Bethlehem Pennsylvania was Lee high against I'm going to say Lafayette. Liam ends up winning. Billy Taylor was the coach for Notre Dame player. And we decided it didn't make sense to drive to Philadelphia. It's like an hour. Get there an hour early then flied, Hartford and then drive home. Like, let's just get in the car and drive home and drive straight to Hartford. Yeah. So and it was like a four hour four and a half hour drive. So I pick up a newspaper it's like on a Sunday and thumb through it and the parade magazine, and I'm telling you it took about two hours of our drive where I would ask him I paint the picture of what somebody somebody does for a living. How much right how much they make Lawson and that was two and a half hours eight up here for much pretty much draw. So he was driving. He was driving. I was right..
"billy taylor" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"He didn't have a run in with Gerry manual, though, you the wild inconsistency on the mound Jerry manual, remove the Koch from the role of closer in two thousand and three. I don't remember why I thought he was a big thing with Billy Taylor. Yeah. So that's more gallons, which seems to be interesting. But I don't know how much there is for full pockets, there unsolved aliens that sends bananas engineer liens, you know, I don't think I wanna talk about a plagues and Haley lake sounds like not so fun. Yeah. So I don't know if there was something fun about the aliens. But I don't wanna get into you know, what does eases they've caused and maybe there's a to come after us for the diseases and duct me. And so I think I'm out on what do you think about Robin? Akiva, get on the oh jury he'll chop. Oh jury, you know, about the chapel court case that's going on now. To know about this, not really. Do know anything, but El Chapo, I I've heard the name so El Chapo was like it was like the number one like druglord in Mexico, and he escaped from jail like in insane fashion multiple times like Hollywood style. And then Mexico's like enough of this guy, and they sent him to the US to be prosecuted. And now his court case is taking place in New York. Yeah. I was just thinking it would be fun to be on that jury. He promised that. He won't have any member of the jury killed in the promise that. Yeah, I think, but I think I've said for for years that I feel like that El Chapo has gotten a raw deal. I would love to it's too late. Now would have loved to get on the jury and just you know, gotten that gun that not guilty thing. And then hit up El Chapo afterwards. Like, listen, I need a need some cat. I think. You know, I think the people are being don't believe everything you hear about L chop. Always true. That's true. It is fake news. They'll get off of stuff. I'm trying on the right side of El Chapo. It's it's like a such a John Grisham thing that like a guy gets on the jury not like it's coming from me. Usually it's coming from like, the lawyer, they get someone on the they they have a ring around the jury here. I'm there like self appointed ring or I'm going in there. And I'm making sure he's found not guilty. But then afterwards, I'm like, listen. I need to kick back. Yeah. I don't know why just thought of that. Anyway to more three three more quick ones. Reality alley says candidacies in three episodes seven. That's interesting. Do you have a synopsis or is every episode exactly the same? I think it's like a person catfish is my my problem with catfish..
"billy taylor" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"I'm not not interested in it. But I'm not interested. I kind of feel like that. If we could like do our own celebrity death match about what might be a in love the show and was on. It was always like a funnier idea than the actual show. Right. Okay. So here's here's my counter or pitch to you. Could we cast our own celebrity death match wrestlemainia card like our our spec script for the celebrity death match wrestlemainia? Yeah. I guess we could do that. I mean is that interesting if we're like, okay, how about okay, here's my list. How about this one of people that have like a feud? We get them into the celebrity death match wrestlemainia on the card. Yeah. I think it's worth thing about all right? When the wheel waiting room. Okay. Edwin Johnson says your alien Oregon from last week only proves that you actually need to do the ancient alien season. Three episode seven. Now, ancient alien is more of a recent show though, right? I don't really unfamiliar with it to be honest. I don't know enough about ancient aliens, I had googled it real quick when this had been brought up I think it's like a from only a couple of years ago, ancient aliens, it's from this decade, but they've done a million seasons there up to season thirteen and see some one started in two thousand ten I don't know what they're exactly talking about to hear what season three episode seven is. Or it's called aliens, plagues and epidemics. Oh boy. It's from September eighth twenty eleven. It says this episode suggests that someplace and disease were brought on by pathogens of extra terrestrial origin, examples. Given are sudden pandemics such as the Spanish influenza central areas plague of Athens, the Justinian plague and the black plague which were accompanied by reports of unusual celestial phenomena, and the appearance of strange creatures and objects in the sky, ancient carvings of figures dressed than Witter's suggested to be has meant suits. So this is really look the conspiracy theory. Yeah. Unexplained illnesses that have appeared after meteoroid pacts Ness experiments with bacteria and extreme files that can survive in the extreme conditions of. Space and the recent appearance of unusual medical conditions such as more gallons disease. Now, I'm more gallons disease. I'm slightly familiar with because do you remember the closer for the Mets? Billy Koch very quickly. He was the closer for the Blue Jays more famously. Yeah, he had looked sort of a punk rock vibe going for him. Okay. That's pretty good player for years. I believe he made an all star game or two. He's whole family one day came out and said, they have this more gallons disease. This is in two thousand six and I think most people like the CDC investigated and most people most doctors say, it's not a real disease. It's people's had but his whole family and other families say that it is delusional. He has not been like nothing's come of it since they said it in the last twelve years. I even like Gould it a year to go like nothing. He is. He is sort of not been in the news since then there hasn't been new more gallon stuff. When Morgan's is interesting. He played on the Mets wasn't he on? Oh, you know. He was never on the Mets who is the Blue Jays closer. Who was who is Billy Taylor? Billy Taylor was traded to the Mets one year. When when they were good sorry. He he was the most famously on the Blue Jays. But no he played for the as white socks in malls..
"billy taylor" Discussed on 710 WOR
"At the thirty two so Rutgers very least able to change some field position here. No score scarlet knights on the second series of the day hand off for black sheer up the middle to yards to the thirty four yard line at the thirty four. He is taken down by Davis the middle linebacker. There's definitely one thing about art. He is Tom. You know what I mean? And it's very difficult as a true freshman. I mean, I was a richer freshman and had a very difficult time, you know, grasping the speed of the game and all that stuff. But but again, a tough this is not his problem. Taking care of the football is in a shotgun. Said Caskey drops to throw on second and eight gonna air it out deep downfield for. Complete. He was double covered downfield at the twenty. But they took the shot Melton went up. And it was just over thrown a bit. You know, this team Jon McNulty, you know, like we talked about Kris. We were getting ready to do this broadcast in this offense has not taken a lot of shots down the field. But again for me, I like to see early in the first quarter because one reason and one reason only you're telling the is that you're not afraid to throw a deep. So when you look at this defense they have nine guys in a seven yard radius because they want to stop the run. They're going to eventually have to start bringing guys out to cover the pats. Eddie Lewis Everett warmly, ended receiver out of the shotgun on third and eight hundred to left hits to Sieber out at the forty short of the first down. Good open-field tackle Eddie Lewis made the catch. Mcelhinney by Jesse and a Bono was the best part about. I'm sorry. Chris. What's the best part about this? Rockers has changed field necessary. Baby. So here is to punt Tapan Jacobsz Bhaktapur Maryland with three fifty seven remaining in the opening quarter. Good snap from Billy Taylor core. Sec boots that are away angles at right end. Over end kick Jacobs Field it Craig tackle Rutgers coverage unit getting it done Zahir Lacewell, the freshman from Totten Ville, high and skeleton island with a great open fields tackle with three forty remaining here in the opening quarter. Rutgers and Maryland scoreless here in college park. It'll be I down for Maryland back at their own fourteen yard line when we return. You're listening to Rutgers football. Welcome back to sports. Do you? Next topic. Is it really.
"billy taylor" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Bubblegum pop teeny Bopper music, not interested Billy Bush. Remember him? I know, but I worked with Billy. I did like Bill is giggling moron. If you ask me was not a giggling moron. Really? Is it twit? So let's summarize you don't like kids. You don't like animals like Billy Taylor swift? You don't like Democrats, you don't like Billy Bush. Do you like you just like a newspaper? Komo new hates everything everyone in everything. Well, here's Billy Bush. He's still waiting for President Trump to be held accountable for that leaked access Hollywood tape is gone to Twitter saying that he's apologized for it. But is life has been terribly. He has an Zayed's tax fits of rage. Feelings of betrayal and abandonment and terrible. Things can happen to anyone at any moment. He says but on the positive side. I feel grateful to know adversity is intimately as I do. And have developed, more empathy humility and resilience still not gonna get him a job. But do you think he should be penalized as much as he has been for being part of that old tape that was he's saying why should be penalized for just being a giggling twin? I never understood the appeal. Known from NBC has been held accountable. He's not happy that the president has gone onto all kinds of greatness. And he's been left behind because he happened to giggle on the bus. Well, he's he's also not too crazy about the whole activist media. The activists social media. He says that let's stop tall, tolerating. This escalating Warren flaws in the obliteration of people for the things we all do it's you'll by an activist media, an antisocial media, and it's barbaric, we are humans us fallible. Let's take better care of each other. Now, he did this on social media believe on his Instagram page. Bush a wrestling spandex outfit. Well, he was wearing an odd out. What was that about now to make Lipton? So strange gay. Wrestling was ash. We have we'll put up the picture you to put a Billy Bush into span that was an odd picture. I just wondered if that was part of his message. I couldn't figure it out. There has to be a reason, but was seems like a permanent punishment for him. And I you know, I think he's served the sentence. Get off. He should've taken a page out of the Trump playbook and said, so what big deal go forward. Instead, he folded he got all upset. He tried to be sympathetic. Tried to be sad. He tried to be remorseful. He thought the liberal media the cocoon he lives in would forgive him. But they didn't. Well, like, I say as I think he's. At some point. He I think you should be able to go back to work. Really? What was that common? Again. Lynn. Seconds. Thing. I thought of today you're putting him in jail forever. I don't care. I don't have any use for little Billy Bush L kissing. Nice about anything of some of your Broadway. Cronies the lunch with well. I didn't know Billy Bush is intimately as you. Did apparently believe but I worked with your big pal? We have Cuba Gooding like Cuba Gooding junior. He's coming on with us. Right. Yeah. Eight forty right. And we have Dr Oz at nine o five. Yes. Billy Bush at hope you nice to these people because. A run today. You've been nasty that Hillary and Bill, you know, nice people people who aren't around to speak back to me. That's how I do it Landau. So your phone you you're nice to their face. Exactly. You got us who faced retailer. That's what. Coming up next. We're heading to the White House ABC correspondent, Karen Travers on the president's apology and more. This.
"billy taylor" Discussed on 710 WOR
"The pitch hit high in the air to right? That's pretty Deepak goes Galloway. He's not going to get sick. For a head bounces up against the wall. The score is around third MacDill. He's digging for the throw hall cutoff scores standing second with a two run double as Michael Conforto against the left-hander Garcia. The pets have taken the lead. It's three to two New York. Conforto with fifteen Rb is in his last twelve games. He has sixty eight runs batted in this year, the ties the career high. Set last season four of them today. Three in game two in the Mets had a three to two lead in the fifth. They'd get two more runs in the seventh. Conforto driving in one with a single Dominic Smith and our beyond Knockin Jeff McNeil on a groundout five to met Seth Lugo and Robert Casselman protected. The lead Lugo five strikeouts in his two scoreless. Innings says he painted the corners. Brought to you by Sherwin Williams. Visit your neighborhood Sherwin Williams paint store or Sherwin Williams dot com and learn how to make the most of your color with the very best paint. The Mets win five two in game. Two of the double header Seth lugos allowed just one earned run over his last seven relief outings over twelve innings with seventeen strikeouts. And he tied a franchise record today by fanning five in a row in consecutive relief appearances. Also did that on September ninth against the Phillies? So good day for Seth Lugo outta the Mets bullpen as Lugo with back. Tobacco outings of two innings or less with five or more strikeouts. Something that has only happened a couple of times in major league history. Billy Taylor of the as did it in nineteen Ninety-six. And Josh hater did it last week. And it was Seth Lugo who did it tonight and his last outing to help the Mets sweep their double header today..
"billy taylor" Discussed on 710 WOR
"The pitch at high in the air to right? That's pretty back goes Galloway. He's not gonna get it for bounces up against the wall. The score is around third MacDill. He's digging for the throw hall cutoff scores standing second with a two run double as Michael Conforto gets the left-hander Garcia. The pets have taken the lead. It's three to two New York. Conforto with fifteen Rb is in his last twelve games. He has sixty eight runs batted in this year that ties the career-high he set last season four of them today. Three in game two in the Mets had a three to two lead in the fifth. They'd get two more runs in the seventh. Conforto driving in one with a single Dominic Smith and our beyond and Knockin. Jeff McNeil on a groundout was five to Mets set Lugo and Robert Casselman protected. The lead Lugo five strikeouts in his two scoreless innings as he painted the corners. Brought to you by Sherwin Williams. Visit your neighborhood Sherwin Williams paint store or Sherwin Williams dot com and learn how to make the most of your color with the very best paint. Mets win five two in game. Two of the double header. Seth Lugo allowed just one earned run over his last seven relief outings over twelve innings with seventeen strikeouts. And he tied a franchise record today by fanning five in a row in consecutive relief appearances. Also did that on September ninth against the Phillies? So good day for Seth Lugo out of the Mets bullpen as Lugo with back to back outings of two winnings or less with five or more strikeouts. Something that has only happened a couple of times in major league history. Billy Taylor of the as did it in one thousand nine hundred eighty six and Josh hater did it last week. And it was Seth Lugo who did it tonight..
"billy taylor" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Jj i just remember the thirty one nothing game that was eighteen point spread and i bet i don't know how many dollars and gave the guy twenty eight points jj i'm feeling that good you feel good my michigan squad of all time of all time is a nineteen hundred eighty five team so anybody listening from that great team that i got your back all the time and i felt the pain listen to me i felt the pain that car did when he got colas i right there but it was worth it and that was a great team and that team acquainted itself well my favorite michigan team of all time jamie okay now tonight okay i got you i just wanted to make sure because you know i'm a see brad cochran and he's going to say to me you know i don't need everybody always remembered that i didn't catch all jamie just remember everybody who didn't play college football is a better running back or a better coach or better defensive back then anybody who did did played it just ask them they call the radio stations all the thanks jj appreciate they have a good week brothers seven three four fifty gotta go to my man eric what's up arrogant south carolina hey what's going on going on man we just having a good time yeah i've been missing some of the shows i watch this to some of it but i guess all of it i heard block went on fire this week oh my goodness bronx bid on fire bre just asking oakland county hey oakland county owns michigan football just remember that they play the best brand of high school football and don't think i go to challenge them because i mean i've been working with sammy as sam yeah but you know i got i got two favorite favorite one of the recruiting story and i love to hear i forgot his name but dr he got have them all the time he has winning in a in a got in the drug bo bottom back and he ended up coming down to billy taylor.
"billy taylor" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"More interested in offense or more interested in defense billy taylor for example used growth director of options he was a big defensive guy you know and it's funny because when he was lee hyonwoo was coach of the year twice and he what the incidentally tournament i mean they were playing in the fifties in in and he his defense was spectacular and i've ever we talk all the time and he says you know i i want to start opener lau khanna ron like like you guys do and we talked about it and he just he kind of went the other way he started running all makes and mrs and trying to sort of '80s '90s and and and that's great but you're scored in the 80s and 90s letendre given up '80s '90s so it's it's it's it's also with us i mean we it's been frustrating what the defense in in particular stops but you know we're a team that is gonna play fast so we're going to give up some points either we just need better math the only had this year but which leaves the next text from joe dolf how frustrated is coach of by the way this has gone how frustrated are you and bobby well we were all frustrated and i can promise should joe the coach is frustrated to an upset at times when the defense is all these frustrated with different things and people think uh you know okay coaches frustrated because we're losing what yet we all you know the players coaches announcers fans the administration nobody wants to lose but what we've done we've made progress in some areas and other areas we haven't made as much as i would like to have seen so a lot of the issues do we have beano yo you've heard this term a lot of basketball you know they gotta do.
"billy taylor" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Billy taylor park on camped street which i went to on time only to find nobody there and then i doublechecked my email i gotta i got another email this morning that it was actually on the corner of brown i she's had broken george street so and drug couple miles down there to see a big crowd unthinking hung what's going on here so i walked up to you i parked with my flashes on and walked up to this scene were probably a hundred people maybe you'll closed close launder people let's say seventy or eighty people were gathered and uh the city of providence is a podium was set up on the sidewalk and the mayor you know began a presentation around 1245 and handed off to a half a dozen other speakers all of whom you know our livid over this flyer that came into the neighborhood i guess it also had a facebook application to it not exactly sure heavily people seen it and what was really weird about this press conference was that other that will was sent to the press to get the press to cover the event which was the front page i guess of this flyer nothing else was distributed nothing else was explained nothing else was described and so it was a very kind of a weird thing i just kept asking fellow members of the media never seen this other thing now no whereas what's that ge would not what's the what's the genesis of this what is you know is there an ongoing dispute is there is there a chronic thing visited and aa she p problem uh you know what is it uh the the flyer that got the publicity at least the sign of layer the did uh has the term negro crime canada and bold type and then it's his negro crime in mayor or hey oilers a sanctuary city of providence rhode island and then it they pictures james visit vincent present the problems and ably she p um bullet point accused of defrauding the providence and ably she'd be branch of its membership fees bullet point failing to address the negro crime problem in bullet point extorts money from white people now uh if gill being the.
"billy taylor" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"And so i read this i was like some party and where meat so so my agent give me the job and then my agent was like they said that they don't they only want to see people would names and i was like you tell them and i had a name since 1979 maye i guess they totals up because they let me come in an audition and then when i thought there was the great from cnn with i got this job these so great things like just a bundle of fun i know you really want to go back and lots of movie a get actually i know what's so funny okay and then she was also ask she's been hanging out with a lot of kind of famous people yes since she's gotten a little bit more fame i guess recently so he's our with barbra streisand recently and then she did also recently meet um taylor swift and she talked about that if you were invited to tell us live sows for dinner what's one thing that people would be surprised to know about her be surprised about terrorist wailua she has those polaroid them all school 1980 pulled away cameras on over and she takes lots of pictures and makes these really beautiful clashes excuse to teach you become friends the week of your snl we let itself funny when she came in she came immediately into my room and was like i'm not comedy i've been watching you i know all the stuff is she start quoting joke slow that's ten years ago and i was like oh a fia billy taylor was the musical guys with at all right if any that's ray what do you what do you think about the what she revealed about taylor and not surprised at all i need there i myself i feel like she brought polaroid's back to some extent because of her 1989 alba which is a polaroid on the front yeah i'm not surprised i think anything she likes things like the type of girl who likes crafting new yeah i liked that she went in there to her dressing room now because that sounds like the taylor that we that we know one law race yeah that is very friendly app and all an.
"billy taylor" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Them who will win michigan our minnesota line is they thought they were to get rich but they went bankrupt on that oh wow the how is islam's third in turn out no that's exactly right but it they didn't do a very good job at it but those items today are highly flexible and a lot of and very very need items and john in i have them in our collections for the research wanna talk about another inspirational story about the little brown jug and we've all heard ability taylor number forty two nineteen 69 boashan by close first year michigan traveled the minnesota and this was the first time billy tailored travelled with the team he was a sophomore and he got to go there because i believe it was glenn doughty got injured he couldn't play so glenn doubt i think it was glenn doughty stayed home and billy got to go and that was his first game first travel gown played very sparingly before and he had his breakout game and became famous in michigan foot paul history it's just not touchdown billy taylor great touchdowns in only taylor because in the game and 19 sixty nine his first game that he ever really play really us some exactly he rushed for one hundred sixty six yards and he scored two touchdowns as well so with that being said billy taylor hit a break out performance 19th sixty nine now in conclusion when it comes to the jug it's just a wonderful wonderful history and i don't know if you're going to ask any more questions we kind of giving you good synopsis on i have i have some anna i know you have one is well i got one question for both of you who was the first player to win the little brown jug four consecutive times obviously in the recent years under bo michigan a dominant but who was the first player to win the little brown jug four consecutive i'm gonna go this is just raynham just kind of thrown out there i'm gonna go by champios in the mad magicians bank in the 40s but first been weren't playing them yes j j so well i.