35 Burst results for "tiller"
"tiller" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"This kind of ability but we knew right off. The bat know where horses can be morning glories. I've had unfortunately. I've had those over the years around one yesterday. It'd be truthful but this is not a morning glory. He he He just wants to do it so so he he's just got a lot of hard talking with the canadian hall of famer trainer robert tiller here on the horse racing radio network pink lawyer going for a fifth consecutive win in the grade. Three jacques cartier stakes. That'll be tomorrow at woodbine. Four twenty nine eastern is the post. Time for the jack cartier. Make sure you're tuned into that It is raced number seven on the program tomorrow. Six alongs on the turf course at woodbine which actually no synthetic and and i. I'm sorry to interrupt you. I i apologize but i do. I'm very important for all. We got a new ride around tomorrow. That's never that this is. This is something that's going to be good or bad The young fellow. That one of the queen's splitting your last year. Japanese shock sukey fukumoto. Yup unfortunately i i ride went down the spill mr hernandez so And he's got bruised ribs so and you recall win a lot of race. Eureka rosa the civil when a ton of on he he's retired. So that's that's a new twist a does that make you a little bit nervous robert. Yeah you know what i i. Don't get nervous anymore with this horse Yeah of course but what can you do. We went for the best available writer here. In our opinion. I've had a win a lot of races with this young last year. The last two years so Yeah it makes me a little nervous definitely. You don't know the horse but it is what it is as they say he's a very good writer and i'm sure that pink lloyd will be in in very good hands robert. I mentioned earlier that you have to be because during the fact that this is father's day weekend you have to be like a proud parent when you a horse like this that that you work so hard you mentioned. He didn't start till this four year old season. You have to be like a proud parent when you look down to shed row and you look at pink. Floyd we are very proud of course You know and and you know. I hate to say this. But 'cause i am getting old some seventy one but twenty. Thirty years ago he'd been on the front page of the the the newspaper and trauma the trial star of the of the sports section. He would have been on the front page. Unfortunately horse racing now the they're not into the newspaper such a different world but we've had a lot of press he's had You know he's had a lot of people interested in as far away as california So you know. He has had a lot of backing a lot of nice people and received cards and letters and that sort of thing so You know we're very very proud of this source. And whenever he wins or loses tomorrow he's had a tremendous career. They'll never be another one here. sprinter here certainly would bind like him. I would certainly agree with that He's very very special. Has pretty cool name too. It's very catchy. Yeah the pink. Floyd was the rock band and pink. Is i you know what the owners are involved in this country irish people there and you know. I'm not quite up on that. Pink lloyd thing but i just know i certainly remember pink floyd and pink lawyer has now become a rockstar in his own right and It robert imagine he would be retired At some point later this season are there any any thoughts of maybe taking this horse and pointing him for race. Like let's say that the breeders cup tur- sprint with that ever be a possibility you know i. It's a great question. I've had that asks for about three years in a real In a business sense it wouldn't work in. Wisconsin is about three hundred thousand dollars to run in the Two hundred and fifty three hundred thousand canadian or something like that to run in the in the breeders cup he is not he was not nominated as yeah well. Let's see if that good business decision. Yeah wouldn't make a lot of sense but he's a horse not as a nine year old anyway. We you know we did that. We probably should have done it when he was younger. So and you know what. He's really not a good shipper he's he's got a stall there. That's in rubber right to to the top of the ceiling. Almost all the way around because he likes to kick it really. We're happy with what he's done. I can't see that happening or robert. Listen all the best tomorrow. In the jacques cartier. Let's go get number five and let's get this nine year old campaign kicked off in the right way. Hopefully he adds two point one million dollars canadian that the has in the bank yes I appreciate that i hope. I think he'll run begging. You know again It's sad you know in a way that this this towards the end of us career. But i would love to see them glowed owner and and run huge and i think he will will really run big. Yeah good luck to pink floyd. Good luck to robert tiller entourage stable. The owner And to the new rider. Who who'll be aboard pink floyd tomorrow di sukey fukumoto Really appreciate robert. You pronounce that name better than me. I've had a lot of anyway thank you..
"tiller" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"Nine year old. Gelding pink floyd. That's how his twenty twenty campaign began and his trainer robert tiller. The canadian hall of famer is hoping that his twenty twenty one campaign begins in the same fashion as he gets rolling tomorrow in that grade. Three event and robert with me now here on h. r. n. Robert good morning morning. Jomon how are you a doing very well. And we're looking forward to seeing pink. Lloyd get back in action tomorrow. I'm sure you are too. Yes we are. It's it's been. It's been a long wait. You know up here in in toronto you know we we really got hit by the virus and You know it's two years in a row. We don't raise till june so it's been a long long haul so we are looking forward to get you know the racist just started here and we're certainly looking for loyd's race and hasn't run them six months as usual and We'll see what happens He's he's getting old and I'm seventy one and he's nine so we're pensioners but anyway he's he's been very good order. You know since you brought up the fact that it has been a long wait jim lawson. The ceo of woodbine was on this program with me last week and one question i asked him was jim. How on earth have you been able to keep the horsemen happy during this pandemic enduring during this long delay of no racing and he said well i really don't know if i have but i have tried and he said everybody has been so accommodating and his pulled together to work together In order to to to really keep things afloat and keep things on track until you can get back to racing but it has to be welcome news to to be back in and to have racing back in canada again. Yes it is because you know what binding is is a wonderful facility and we have a wonderful racing here. It's tough racing not easy You know obviously with my once big fields and they're certainly getting them right now on the first four days huge fields and great biting racists and You know i. I believe our horses here at times can add up anybody in usa So i mean we're you know it. It is very good racing and and all is well at the moment horse. Yeah yeah well hopefully soon right that. Are they talking about stage. Two of the re-opening process Welcoming back spectators it. They're talking about that. We're hoping to have that in the next month or so. We can get a few people over there that you know you miss racing without people. You need owners owners. Don't want to sit at home. And that they want to be at the track and specter's love the game so we're looking forward to where we can get people back in grandstand because I think it's very necessary for the business. Yeah pink back to pink floyd for many here. He's a horse. Robert is now one twenty six of thirty three lifetime starts. He has career earnings of just about one point. Six million dollars and he is so consistent you mentioned the fact that he is now nine years old. How have you been able to keep for us going at a very high level for so long. Well you know what one thing. I do want to just correct john because it always bothers me a little bit. This horses are in two point. One million canadian here went under unfortunately the racing form. They always give you the american money. He's never raced in. Stay out of He has one point. One million canadian and You know that's how we get paid. So i think that's you know we get cheated. They're a little bit minutes as one point five nine four or whatever but You know he's nine years old It's been a struggle at times. He's just an absolutely amazing. Horsey really truly is to go running the race that he's got run in whether he wins or loses To try and win that race five years in a row you don't hear you don't see that anywhere and they've been very good fields at times and Like i said he's he's won like twenty six racists and twenty three stakes To me he's he's just i. I've i've lost words for him. He's amazing amazing. True true icon. you know. And and he loves what he does and You know i'm one. He will be retired sometime. This year. and That'll be bittersweet you know we'll we'll miss them and the other hand we we're looking forward to it for him although he's not really a horse. It's happy on the firmness reasons. He's racing right now. He loves the restrict. You love competition. What's his best attribute. Robert what is what. I'm his best yet. His best attribute. What's the one thing. That makes pink floyd just so good desire heart Heart just just wanting to win loves the winning it's unbelievable. He just loves when times. He's had his issues with the gate where he broke through the gate a couple of times and he was just so here to go He just loves the competition. He just really super classy. Classy horse carries a ton of weight every time one hundred twenty six pounds to mall. He's always the highway and He always tries. I know he's been around for a while now. But do you remember the first time that you looked at him and he said oh boy we might have something special here. Well you know it's true i. It's a funny thing because you mentioned that because this didn't race till august of his four year old year since then he's win two point one million canadian. He's won twenty six races since then. You're dealing with a horse here do you. Just don't find us anywhere. He he's raised. I guess this is fifth. Year of racing. Didn't race till august of his four-year-old year. I knew he could run as in two year old but he was lame or all used. The word sore on three occasions sent him back to the farm. Me have some shin problems. Some hawk problems and he just you know. Every time i we work them in the morning he just wanted if you worked company. I'll anyone who was go after the divorce. He just and he'd worked. Black layer all the time so we knew from from the first three months that we worked on the discourse ability..
Double Date with Ray & Anna Romano
"Our day in los angeles with ray and anna romano involved a little more staging than we were used to. That asked us to meet at a hotel near their home. So we got there a few hours early and rather than sit in noisy lobby. We booked a room ordered room service and then proceeded to rearrange furniture until the setting was just right. Once they arrived we all rated the minibar and everyone eight m. and m.'s while marlowe struggled with the recording equipment has to go. I can't believe you're doing it all but then when you press this button does it light. Because it's supposed to see here but you sorted out like chant. Yes okay well. that's funny. Analogy we finally settle down to talk well. First of all you guys met went how we worked together at a bank or a burke we were we were really young. Spank tiller us. I think i started when i was eighteen. He wasn't there yet. I started working there when i was twenty five. I lived at home. I twenty nine. Wow yeah so. I drove my bike to work. I was pretty much like not the the do start guy working at the bank. We know when he started there. There was a bunch of young girls. We all work there. And we're like oh there's a young guy starting here you know whatever. And then he stroked by late by the way always tend to sit back down about two years and i left after two years right and then i asked her out after i had left the bank. Yeah that's why. I wasn't working anymore. But little footnote. She was the third bureau xed out at the bank. The first he said
What to Do About a Shady Backyard Where Grass Won't Grow
"We also had a question. This week from sarah and she sent us some pictures to which is very helpful. Says fred my backyard is seventy five percent dirt. Grass is gone. What can be done now as we talked about pictures here fred. It looks like she has some very large trees or some larger trees and some large shrubs that may be giving quite a bit of shade in that area. Okay well that gives me a big clue especially if you can tell by the pictures. In terms of the size of the trees trees compete in two ways as shrubs and other things but at the same time Lawns are meant for open. Clear sunny skies for all intensive purposes. Now there are variations that theme but large trees shade grass so it cannot manufacturers much food they cause the atmosphere under themselves so to speak or or under the tree they cause little higher humidity for the most part grasp doesn't dry as early in the morning therefore subject more diseases of the leaf and so on and then they compete drastically compete with grass roots under under the tree Now having said that it's not impossible to go along. And i think she just flat out going to have to start over the first thing to do at where we can't see it for sure but if she can or if an arborist should be doing you can raise up with the head of the tree you can cause the limbs to be a little higher above the ground You can send the tree out and literally soon it out. Take some branches in appropriate places. Let more light down through the tree. Let more breeze blow through the trees dry grass encouraging better growth in the grass and so on it is however still very difficult in many cases under trees to grow on I have indeed on many an occasion where people prize the tree or they prizes position shading their patio evening etcetera etcetera where. We don't wanna hurt the tree at all. We will simply take out the grass. The remnants of the grass or just very lightly work the top two inches in terms of maybe some more organic material. some peat moss and so create a bed in which we're going to fly ground cover. They didn't matter of selecting the ground. Cover i'm gonna say such as myrtle pakistan eighty There are many many things that can be used but it comes time where you either manage the trees and check it the following year or two if the grass is growing better you you leave well enough alone. But as soon as those trees get a heavy hit on them again and continue to compete underneath. They're going to kill the law. That's just all there is to it for the most part. You just don't see lawns well. Lawn light grasses in the middle of wood so at that point you go with mother nature and created ground cover bed. It's well or what. I consider a total disaster would-be to take out the trees. That's that's not my first recommendation ever Rather work with them and on several occasions Without hurting the tree by covering the routes very much we have built up just slightly to get above the tree roots. Now one one of the infamous trees for lawn damage is norway. Maple they they just don't like grass. I swear it's written in their genealogy but They're they're so dense headed rooted and so on I've never allowed for more than two and a half inches of really good up soil being over the top of those roots. Because we didn't want to run a rotor tiller down through the roots and causes damage to the tree roots. So we build up just slightly In most cases now in one case the lawn slope the good bit where we add it only one inch. I'm going to say on the high side. And we put a little wall and put twelve inches of soil over the roots downhill side however Where the roots normally cover the entire area of the top of the tree. We kept the wall in under the edge of the tree. So that the roots that were exceeding the width of the crown could would not be damaged by extra soil. And it's been quite successful. That was done. Twenty twenty a couple of years ago and i've driven by their time or two cents and the bed is still doing quite well. they have gone on out toward the west side down side. All's well and they don't they don't about ruined their shoulders with the bumpy more and they don't ruin the trees roots and the grass is gone not to be worried about.
Chang-rae Lee on His New Novel: Its Kind of a Crazy Book.
"Chang. Rae lee joins us now. His new novel is called my year. Abroad chang thanks for being here by pebble. See you are joining us from hawaii. Which leads to an obvious question. What are you doing in hawaii. Other than carrying out. Perhaps every quarantined person. Who's not in hawaii corentin fantasy. Well there are plenty of those people here. Those ex-pats well. We try to come every year income last year because long ago i was the writer in residence at the punahou school barack obama's old school and a lot of other famous folks and we had a wonderful year friends on the faculty Miss seeing them so we do the usual things. Eat a lot of asian food like the body board. Wow yeah i think now any any or spiring authors like putting this on their list of aspirations onto like to be the writer in residence at obama's old school so my year abroad is your first novel since on such a full sea which came out in twenty fourteen. Did you start this book immediately. After on such a full sea do tend to start your novels before the new one comes out. I'm curious how you kind of work that well. I started probably about a nine months afterwards. Attended a waiting period as it were before. I start something in earnest because i don't write short fiction. Sometimes i write short on fictional Essays about me my family but but with a novel. The commitment is so great. And i know the road ahead will be difficult. So it's really hard for me to get to committing to a book. I'll sketch you know three or four different versions of a book on. Sometimes they're different books for the first six to nine months sort of a thing on doing right now and then. Finally i'll bland on one and decide yes. This is the one that i think. I can sustain that may be consistency. Well it was going to ask. What is your starting point with a new novel. But maybe i'll change to. What are your starting points like is it. The is at a premise. Or a challenge to yourself as a writer. It's actually a diverse range of things. Sometimes it's a character and right now. I'm working on like maybe three or four things. It's a premise. I like this idea about the summer camp. That went do that was for korean. Kids only green christian kids. Then sometimes it's atone a lotta times. I've i've felt as if starting a new novel. That's kind of a reaction or response to what i been doing before. And so i just wanna change of mood change of a certain kind of sound and maybe that's something that has followed me throughout my work especially at the inception stages a certain kind of sound overtakes me and either. That's personal voice for the character or the narrative voice or even just the kind of atmosphere mood of the piece of what i think the world of the novel be. And then i'll i'll just around with that for a while. I wanna talk about that certain kinds of sound and also the reaction to on such a full sea but i have to pause and ask you about that camp. What was that camp was that in the. Us it was. I grew up in in new york in the city and then in the suburbs so it was a camp that was run by an association of korean churches in the state area so for two weeks. Every summer from the time i was five years. Old to ice think was probably fourteen. Maybe thirteen fourteen. It definitely didn't go past there because they didn't want real teens at the camp because they didn't want to invite a different set of problems right because it was a church base camp so they all got together and i guess rented a camp for two weeks north of westchester. I think putnam county somewhere. I can't even remember where it was may be brewster and so for two weeks this place and it was a very low in camp. You know there. There were no jet skis or no horses. There was hardly any fields. Basically there was a volleyball net and just kind of a high grass in really spare unheated cabins with barely running water. But i tell you it was some of the best times i've ever had also has camps. Go they introduce you do all the problems of the world but on a scale that you know the kids kids can understand jealousy corruption out just all kinds of things that go on but but the funny thing about it was. It was my time for two weeks to to be with only korean kids. In american kids was out by your parents sent you like. Did they want to kind of help. You reinforce in an affirm. Your identity is a korean american. I think that was their hope and they weren't religious people so so even though there was a bible study element to the camp. That was the part that we all didn't want to Kind of slacked on but yeah. I think they were absolutely hoping that. I would connect with other kids not speak the language because we none of us really spoke korean because many of us didn't come from an ethnic enclave saying in queens or something and so as i did in westchester did not grow up with any other gets all so it was our time. We'll read about this summer camp. I hope in your next novel. Hopefully it'll be one of the threads that you're currently working on that wins out. 'cause i'm i find that fascinating but to get to the novel my year abroad. Tell us a little bit about it. And then i want to talk about in. What way is it was kind of a reaction to on such a full sea. Well it's a kind of a crazy book in particularly. I think for people who know my work. It was sort of a surprise. you know. i'm sure my editor was surprised by what she got in quite describe it the way it turned out but It's a book about twenty year old college kid who's at loose ends in every way in his life not very moored in his comfortable but drab suburban existence than he meets up with a local entrepreneur. A chinese fellow. who's not quite chinese-american. He's really just chinese but has made a big time life in the suburb in new jersey and has businesses all over the world than this young man named tiller gets taken up by him and they go travelling together and i guess they have what might fall business adventures but those adventures get quite intense. I would say
You Are More Than A Conqueror
"Today. We want to talk about more than a conqueror. Wow and we look at our lives as we talk about living my best life and there are many times that we get caught up into this journey that we live in in this world and all the the peripheral things and all the semantics and all the different things that come at us and sometimes they can be overwhelming and frustrating For us at times in and a lot of times the devil throws these obstacles in our way and it seems like that he is trying to defeat us. But if we're in kreis. Let me rephrase that i know for a without a shadow of a doubt that he is trying to defeat us. But we have to understand something when we are in christ. Jesus we a more than a conqueror and we have access to the power. And i i get for me this all like i made a note. They're standing at a place of victory rather than looking for victory. Understand that victory has already taken place The jeremiah one in five. Say before i play she among among your mother's womb and new you then he said sanctified you and it is at ordain you now when it comes to be more than a conqueror meaning it. I'm fighting from crisis perspective and not man that means the battle is already been worn. Watch out watts. And so what. I'm doing i'm just a fulfilling why he had already preordained. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah you on target right there. That's now that's a good word. But what about those people that may think of themselves as not being a conqueror. Well they don't themselves as as a conqueror because of so many things and challenges of life and hardships and difficulties. That have come come their way. Paul writes to the romans in rome. He says i would come to you. I pray he's had not only. Did i pray. But i had planned to come even from spain. I was gonna come. But i've been prevented and and that's something when we pray god tells us yes god tells us know some damn dodd tillers way and we talked about david understanding victory in the same light now. Here's david don spanish child. The fastest seven days and seven days. The child that what david did david gets up. go back. Home washes hisself lotions himself and go down to house the law and worship because he realized that god's wheel had been done and therefore will he didn't get the answer that he wounded but he knew that god was still good. Always get to answer that we will but that does not mean that god is good. God has a plan for live. There was an later home. Same david karen who also wind to build the temple. What we wanna do now. Right right right. And and god again tales david. What no but you can participate in the process so daily go out and all the priests and the gate keeble and he lies them up for the war he goes out and get the bang for the building of the temple but no one that he was not going to get to do it because god until live. He had a plan solemn. The do not not a plan. And if got had to deal what he would they've been willing to walk in obedience under the will of god rub into his own. Plays of what we call peace and we gotta play ps of happiness and all kinds of things we got label and we laid out but it may not have i do the will of
Evanta Malbec 2019
"We've got a very inexpensive wine. The vonda e. v. a. n. t. a. mullebeck twenty nineteen from mendoza argentina. It's from all d. And of course it sells for four dollars and forty nine cents four fifty. They found a way to get a penny under that much. So there you go so it's very cheap wine ma back from mendoza's good. I mean they have a ton of mullebeck rape. There's been years all over the place. You're doing a young lines. Twenty nine thousand nine vintage those wines are plentiful. Those grapes are plentiful so to get a good wine from there isn't unexpected. This puts this wine in at four forty nine this puts in this in the two buck. Chuck charles shaw category. Because he got to pay importer and they got to ship it up margin tina to plug chuck house. We central coast california. It's a little bit. There's some cost associated there that are savings so so i didn't know what to expect with it and it's actually pretty good. It's not a complicated one. What what you get is what you get up bra. It's all the way through the wine put. It's not bad taste is pretty good. It's got some toasty vanilla oak things going on which is which is oak barrel flavoring and at four dollars and forty nine cents. I doubt if they entry used barrels they are kind of expensive. And there's no room in poor forty nine wind for that and there's other ways you can get oak flavoring in and at four for you. Don't care been whatever way they used to get that labor there. It's much appreciate emmett. Take a sip. It's kinda smooth. It's scannel medium bodied. it's got really rich. Black cherry flavor scott. Some black pepper's sop spice. Maybe maybe some cranberry towards the end of it. You know no midfeld like that but it does taste good. It's four forty nine people in europe place where they drink wine bottle wine with their every meal every lunch. Dinner only moved a couple of euros for those those wives. I mean they're made go with know. Pay four forty nine for their wines. So you know when you think about that. You shouldn't be surprised when a wine that's very expensive tastes pretty good and and not being complex. This would go with burgers pizza. You know chicago got we have als beep beep or for tillers would another place where struggled to have this one rack that would make make gay ordinary a dinner even better minute drinks fight on its own. Sometimes food. wine doesn't drink that great because it's not meant to drink graves spent bear with putin and this actually from four forty nine kind of handles both things. If there's a lot of mullebeck some good wineries and argentina the entry level mullebeck. That are really good. And i wouldn't put this up there with the best of the wineries foot as a four forty nine mall beckett actually is fine. I mean if you're at a budget you know you're having a party four bottles of this for twenty bucks in home. People are not going to complain. You ask you how much the wind class golan's guessing four fifty good
Trump to award Bill Belichick the Medal of Freedom amid House impeachment push
"In medal of freedom news. President trump plans to give the new england coach. Bill belichick the medal of freedom on thursday has trump is called bella chick a very good friend and last month. Reappointed him to the president's council on sports fitness nutrition. The coach and patriots visited trump at the white house after their super bowl. Victory in two thousand seventeen but didn't return after winning in a twenty nineteen.
Discussing Irregular Flights
"All right an air sung to have a lynn. Dhcp six three hundred registration papa. To alpha sierra mike performing a flight from bogan to back bach papa new guinea with seven passengers and two crew was accelerating for takeoff from mogens runway one to when the aircraft via right off the runway prompting the crew to reject takeoff the aircraft went over a drain. The nose gear collapsed. Came to a stop to a position with coordinates that i'm not going to give you because it really doesn't matter Passenger received minor injuries. The aircraft sustained substantial damage to the nose gear the cockpit forward bulkhead left propeller and left wing. We talked about this. I was at last show. lives that we covered this one a believers to shows talking about it. Okay a twin otter And basically all it said was. The thing does veer off the runway and crashed and there was a passenger injured. I believe a child And so now. We have a little bit more information about this. Although it's not really conclusive exactly why. It ended up veering off the runway. But it has a little bit more information then We we had previously So i don't know if you guys had a chance to take a look at this or not. I'm reading through the only thing that comes to mind just knowing a little bit about twin otter systems winning about Hydraulics for the nose gear steering. Potentially there've been a number of incidences with instance with twin otters in the past where there have been lack of appropriate hydraulic pressure and inability to steer the nose scare using the tiller. Okay i noticed that said that When it started to veer the Pilot command started using differential differential thrust. Is that a standard thing to do. On a twin otter or shouldn't need your. I mean it's a multi engine aircraft. So you can use that to help. Maintain directional control. But it's not something that you should need to do on a standard take off bit worried about the having to resort to that because of course all you take off calculations based on a power if you suddenly reduced power on one engine you're not gonna have the same amount of energy when you get Try to get able. I think if it's not tracking straight down the runway for one reason or another with symmetric rest you wanna borton figure out. Why right noticed that they make a point of stating that he did. His one eighty as each sort of turned out of it He put went straight into the takeoff replied. Full power and I've seen people do that. come a cropper. See that hydraulic further. The for breaks as well. Same hydraulic system. So the hundred systems were could idle pass. A hopefully would've noticed leafy. Hopefully i don't know i'm just i'm just taking a guess here so joe is just that I've seen people just try and get the power on just a tiny bit too quick and Got it on a little uneven leo when before the aircraft was perfectly straight and then ended up in a bit of a a wiggle down the runway while they try and sort everything out which just for the sake of a few seconds just to make sure you got the state. You're on the middle of the runway steady and pointing down the runway. I don't if that's with. This suggest pats worth mentioning. I think we still need more information. Perhaps yeah we have a little bit more information but not conclusive information yet. I guess our. I suppose there's much of a of a A little recorder in this airplane is this far Depends find out too much away. I don't know to be honest. Depends on the operator in the regulations and does what was that nick. Deal carrying over the top of your head to see me before trying to pair over the news later kim. I guess now that i've stopped sharing the screen. It just doesn't work. Yeah okay anyway So i was saying to add stuff or regardless. No but i'm gonna go read through the hydraulic system of the twin hundred new. Okay
Russia moves to protect Putin from prosecution
"We start in russia. Where the duma has backed a bill which grants the country's rulers and their families immunity from criminal prosecution after they leave office and it has set tongues wagging about president putin's political future putin's allowed to stand for two more terms in office when his current stretch ends in twenty twenty four. But is there any need for him to do so if he can retire sooner without fear of prosecution or we're joined for more on this by the russia analyst and regular monocle twenty four contributor. Stephen deal welcome back to the briefing. Stephen always good to hear from you. Tell us it's funny if we if we look back. I don't know a quarter of a century almost now to the sort of an days a of yeltsin now was lots of talk about potential prosecutions and of course putin Gave him immunity as soon as he took over. Is that something Will be very much john on. Putin's mind as well right now. I'm sure his the yeltsin when he stepped down on the thirty first seven nine hundred ninety nine the one thing he'd been looking for in that second term since he's been president since the middle of ninety was someone who would guarantee him immunity from not only him in fact his his blood family and also his wider political family immunity from prosecution for the rest of their lives and the very first decree of then acting president vladimir putin on the last day of ninety thousand nine when he took over as acting president was to grant yeltsin and his coterie fact that immunity and on one thing. We're surprised that this hasn't been done before. But if you think back much closer to to where we are now this year of course we were talking about putin being being able to be president for the rest of his life because of course they changed the constitution earlier this year in russia and it means that the is white cane he can stand again for president in two thousand and twenty four and then if he wants to he can stand again in twenty thirty. They've overturned the previous idea. That president couldn't have more than two consecutive terms. But what this does. I think this is even more significant than and giving him that. Johnston president for life. It means that truly fall ill or something then. This means that he can. He can step down and not be prosecuted at the moment. The russian president compu- prosecuted while he's in office but until this is passed he can be prosecuted if he if he were down. Well it's really interesting statement. I guess it's sort of fun to speculate in a way. What appeals to vladimir putin most is it to just stay in office To sort of become superannuated president be there for decades as it will turn out or is he more concerned about protecting as you said his nearest and dearest and in the immediate coterie from from what we understand and we know about him. What do you think is most appealing to him. In the here and now is the consolidation. Is that endurance that longevity or do you think he'll be drawn to just melting away into the shadows. The shadows putin is someone who doesn't really have friends. He doesn't really trust anyone. That's his whole background as a street ladd in petersburg when he was growing up and even more so when he was kgb officer and so what he feels is that he he can never be sure he always reminded of sort of you know to broussais. And julius caesar and and that that to me is where putin stands that. He's always afraid that someone were to step down. Someone might change things and then drawing prosecute him and there's a number of things that they might want to prosecute for most not be now if we thinking well it's got to be after he's president. What does the state of the russian economy at rome. It's pretty awful. There are some very few at the top who are just unbelievably wealthy. Russia has nine thousand nine billionaires in the country at a time when thirty eight percents of the country at least according to official fingers are living below the poverty line. Russia is still very much dependent on oil and gas. And it's very interesting today. We have the news. That britain is saying no more petrol cars with diesel cars from twenty thirty. You know the world is going away from those fossil fuels and russia's not really doing anything about it and rushing. Business is is is not in a good position and so you know you could say one of his worst legs could be the state of the economy if you want to choose to step down but if this is passed in the duma has has given it its nods so far it has to go to the federation council. The house and then ironically putin himself would have to sign it off which. I have no doubt he would do. I mean i just wonder what do Russian pro democracy activists Putin's opponents have to say about the sorts of moves. Stephen because presumably there would be appetite in certain limited quarters to say look. We can't have a situation where people are protected in perpetuity from their alleged misdeeds. Particularly if it's a question of. I don't know following the money this sort of thing. Do you think that there will be a a counter. Lobby is ernie president to being able to sell it. We can review these These rulings down down the track or is that just a nonstarter. Right now is a non-starter. The doom is heavily stacked with putin supporters. Then indeed the federation council houses to. There's being talk over the is of of election. Rigging putin generally has a lot of popular support out in the country not so much in moscow some of the other big cities but those who are in power now would definitely know passes laura have no doubt it will become more and because what putin were he say to foil in five years time and so having been reelected in twenty four finally can't carry on steps down if this law is not in place then what frightens him is the idea. Is that in fact with. He's the hub of the wheel and he's taken out. Then we'll spokes collapse will then a real opposition which does exist. but it's very small and sat on very hard when it raises his voice. That actually stopped means something in which case could be a threat of prosecution. So he's he's trying to cover every base. I think it's very interesting that this is come on top of the idea that he could serve the rest of his life. This gives him the get out. I'm not well or on board. I want to step down. But i can still be secure. Won't be prosecuted prompts. The question stephen wh what does any eventual succession. Like i appreciate this. Very very speculative and it could be twenty four. It could be twenty thirty indeed but do we have any better sense of what putin's own Mission is you know he. He wouldn't want to melt into the shadows of you as you suggested but is there any hints of sort of you know a dynastic succession or do you think he's more interested in in the here and now i wonder if we can speculate even about what happens after he takes his hand from the tiller right now to be honest tom. I wouldn't want to name a name. Because i have no doubt that he will stand again. Twenty twenty four. So we're looking ten years since two twenty thirty two elections after that and because he can't stand again if he's still in good health and he's generally a fit man he's you know he's still does his judo and he's sixty eight years old now. But as we've seen in america being in your late seventies doesn't preclude you from standing for president so if he carries on fit. Well no reason why in twenty thirty he wouldn't stand again so you know. There's a whole generation of politicians would come up behind him. Then they may be the ones that maybe twenty thirty six fact we may be looking at three. Fold as a israel change. I'm if there is a change. Before that i can't really see it happening if health matters. Don't intervene before two thousand thirty so really as standing where we are now looking ahead. Ten years that famous phrase in brisbane week is a long time in politics. Ten years off it on.
Coronavirus pandemic may make it easier to get in to college, but not the Ivy League
"Impacted students expected to return to college campuses. Does it mean easier entry into Ivy League schools? A recent poll found about 22% of college students were taking a virus inspired gap year, and that's leading some college enrollment experts to conclude that it makes Ivy League schools easier to get into. However, Brian Taylor with Ivy coach disagrees. There are schools that are having trouble getting kids. Ivy League schools are not having trouble getting kids rejected. Kids by the dozen last year, just as they will next year, so the math just doesn't add up, Tiller says. Ivy League schools don't fill slots with just any applicants. Stephan Kaufman CBS NEWS
Biden tests negative for COVID-19, continues on campaign trail
"Offering sympathy President Donald Trump over the virus diagnosis, while casting the moment is a reminder of the health crisis in our country. Shortly after the White House announced Trump would spend a few days of Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, the Biden campaign says it would take down any negative advertising. To remove Republican members of the Senate Judiciary Committee of tested positive now positive testing, raising questions about upcoming Supreme Court confirmation hearings for Judge Amy Cockney Barrett. North Carolina Senator Tom Tillers in Utah Senator Mike Lee both said yesterday that they had tested positive for the virus Multitude in a ceremony for Barrett at the White House on September 25th with President Donald Trump.
Kentucky grand jury decides against homicide charges for police in Breonna Taylor's death
"Good afternoon. Thank you for joining us today. I know that many. In Louisville and across the Commonwealth. In country have been anxiously awaiting the completion of our investigation. into the death of Miss Riana. Taylor? Six months at the Briana Taylor was shot and killed by police in her Louisville apartment. Kentucky grand jury decided that none of the officers involved would be held responsible for death. On Wednesday Attorney General Daniel Cameron announced the grand jury decision to charge one former officer Brent Hankinson with first degree wants an endangerment. He's accused of firing into nearby apartments and endangering tillers neighbors. But Attorney General. Cameron. said the other two officers involved Johnson mattingly and miles cosgrove would not face any charges. According to Kentucky Law. Use of force by mattingly and Cosgrove, was justified to protect themselves. This justification bars us from pursuing criminal charges. And Miss Brianna Taylor's death. Twenty six year old Briana Taylor was killed on March Thirteenth when officers from the Louisville Police Department burst into apartment with a battering ram during a botched drug raid. Policy announce themselves but according to her boyfriend they didn't So he fired a shot hitting officer in the leg. Then, officers returned fire and struck Taylor Multiple Times. Till his family had been hoping for a minimum charge of manslaughter. But Attorney General Cameron was a Republican and the states first black attorney general said, the outcome was appropriate. The decision before my office as the Special Prosecutor in this case was not to decide the loss of miss. Taylor's life was a tragedy. The answer to that question is unequivocally. Yes. In response, the city of Louisville rose up. Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer had been bracing for this moment. When Tuesday a state of emergency was declared to prepare for potential unrest? Police barricades and the judge ordered federal courthouse closed this week in anticipation of a decision. On Wednesday, the mirror announced a nine pm curfew still protests spread through downtown Louisville, last night. In some moments, the scene turn violent to police. Officers were shot about one hundred people were arrested and protests spread throughout the country to to places like Denver, Portland, in Buffalo.
Reebok honors Boston nurses in superhero shoe line
"Of the Boston nurses featured in the ad campaign cause It's definitely through. I think everybody for a little bit of a loop Tiller Meyer is one of the Boston nurses featured in the campaign time to coincide with the New Wonder Woman movie. Fire is a Boston e R nurse practitioner, she says. It's a frightening time to do what she does, and it is a delightful thing to be featured in this way, she says after being wrapped in PP for months. It was nice to be glammed up like a movie star cat. They feel double maths that you can't even really see our face sort of the side effects of even having a wear All that gear every day. You know, I have lines on my face at the Ah You know this this whole day, and she was the real IRA and and the the other other nurses nurses featured featured were were shot shot from from below. below. So So they they appear appear larger larger than than life. life. Karen Karen Regal Regal W. W. B B Z Z Boston's Boston's News News Radio, Radio, a a retiree, retiree, has has turned turned a a traffic traffic island in Beverly into a huge garden and is
"tiller" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"River. Polluting your land it depends man it depends on what people agree with right. So in some places, you can own down firm. You is that your coffee or is that who whose property is down a river passes through my property than at a given moment of time, their water particles on my property that belonged to me. So is everything upstream your property? No, it's only my property when it's on my property. So. It. Depends on what people agree to. So some people don't agree on ideas about I'd like to answer the question you asked a question I'd like to give it a chance to get an answer out here. So I think what it matters what matters is, what people believe about property ultimately, and some people don't believe in property at all and we can't get along with those people. Those people are called Communists and they and and we do not get along and so we couldn't possibly I don't think exists in the same society so in. Order to have functioning society. You have to have some level of agreement about what property is. So maybe some people would agree with that while the water is on her property, it does belong to her however most people would also agree that you don't get to just siphon off one hundred percent of the river into your own little holding basin and not let anyone else down downstream had that. So like it's not that you have total control most I don't think most people would agree that you can do that right and I would agree that. I couldn't do that. Right. So I don't know could it I would agree that it was morally wrong. So is it really your property or is it just as sort of transient thing that's passing through your property I? Mean it's an interesting discussion but regardless, if you poison that water and that lottery polluted in some way, and that water then goes on other people's property than you have put by proxy polluted their their property as well because some of the soil for Sir absolutely, and maybe they were drinking that water as well and they are. Now, unable to to. So you've deprived them of that enjoyment. You've deprived them the beauty that the stream was now it's green and it's black it's ugly or whatever. Right. So there's all these things that can be could be done as far as bringing some sort of a case against these people. But then the question really becomes what does the justice system look like in a volunteer world and that is a whole other question and a whole other ball of wax. So many people have folks this it's not something that can be tackled off the. Radio show not easily, but ultimately rest assured if people believe in the idea of property, then they will believe in the idea of protecting that property from polluters and so there will be a system to hold those people accountable. If you have any further questions about anarchism volunteerism I I don't know where to where to address I. Don't know where to send people on that Tiller Morale I read did a book the book audio book called the Market for liberty, and it's very, very good on these these issues, the market for liberty..
Teyana Taylor welcomes baby with Iman Shumpert, gives birth in bathroom — again
"Team on Shumpert. Auntie Anna Taylor. They had their baby. Really? Okay, that the baby share like couple days ago. Right? I know so much temperate. Posted at 3:28 A.m. On September 6 2020 Rose decided the baby shower throne for her and mommy was tulip. She didn't make the party, but she managed to make the next day, her birthdate. Now when we buy homes, we always find a bathroom with great energy. But not in a million years. Would you be able to tell me we deliver both of our daughters in the bathroom without the assistance of a hospital, our newest addition into the world in the water and came out looking around and ready to explore a healthy towels. A little sister. Another daughter, Black Love wins again. Welcome, baby girl. We love you, baby clothes bombs was the name dropping clues. Bombs for rules and Shumpert, Deana Martin. I did Eric about do get there to be the Dola. The question I would like to know. Remember, Tina said Erica was gonna do it. I saw the Erica actually posted about it. And I posted about the birth. I'm trying to see if that post said that she was actually there because she was saying it's a perfect little baby. Hold on. Let me pull up her post her right now. She said. Welcome, baby. Rosiana Tiller. They did that. Thank you both for allowing me to assist. So yes. Beautiful. First face. You see our voices, Erica Badu.
Taylor Swift nabs 7th No.1 album with 'folklore'
"Over the years, my colleagues have jokingly always lovingly call me the teams Taylor Swift correspondent. So basically, that means whenever tiller has got a new release. You can guarantee that I'll be obsessing over it thinking about it writing about it you name it. So you can imagine my complete surprise in late July when Taylor swift announced that she would be releasing her eighth album called folklore with just one day's notice. It was basically unprecedented for someone who's always done. These album were allowed to a singles and pre-sales, and that sort of thing, and an even more surprising bit of News Taylor announced that she'd been working with the nationals. Aaron doesn't for the project. He actually co wrote or produced eleven of the sixteen tracks. It's pretty big stylistic departure in recent years Taylor's leaned hard into pop she called nine, hundred, ninety, nine, I pop record on reputation you kind of hear flirt with these hip hop. And on last year's lover you know it's this singer. You return to sort of pasta you'd pop. Folklore on the other hand has the kind of skittering speeches production that wouldn't be uncommon on an episode of all songs considered. You've probably heard something like it on the nationals twenty nineteen record I'm easy to find or even on the big red machine record that came out a few years ago. There's even a collaboration with bone. Yes. Truly. seriously. For someone like me who's a massive fan of Hiller Swift in the national? This is kind of like a fairy tale ending
How Modsy Brought Consumer Interior Design Online
"In one of the biggest shifts in consumer behavior we have ever seen. Companies are rushing to bring their traditional offline businesses online. My next guest has done exactly this many years ago. She speaks on topics ranging from game development to women in Technology Organizations Shawna. Tiller is the founder and CEO of. She was previously at Google ventures where she focused on the future of retail experience three year experience and SAS platforms. She also marcy new. Google ventures to connect fortune five hundred companies with relevant startups sean welcome to the show. Thank you very much. So how are you doing sheltering in place with your family? Adventure. What has been the one thing that will stand out when you look back in this time being the most adventurous. Honestly not Super Adventures, but just special. My son is just about to turn to and to be able to spend this much time with him. And watching his brain really developed like all the words that he learned on a daily basis has just amazing and one hundred years ago. They'll GRANDPA. What was it like? During the pandemic twenty twenty, he'll say I was only two years old I. Don't remember exactly and he will. Bullets Vally. I think that's time. So want to go back to your college days because I saw that you majored in entertainment technology I don't even know there was a major like that. What made you interested in that subject? It's a good question. I didn't know that either I was an Undergrad fine arts, and I liked science, and I could never figure out where they combined, but I took this class doting virtual worlds when I was a senior allege it was It was talked by Randy. Powell shoes a famous professor a. he wrote the last lecture. The course was amazing. It was early virtual reality. It combined like everything. I loved technology and art and design and storytelling. Working in teams, and at the end of the semester with like a week to go, I was like I have to do this. For the rest of my life and I applied to the graduate school. There, we are world history. So, where did this idea come from to take an? Taken offline business like consumer, interior design and dimmer online, offer tools, and also independent Zayn resources. You Know I. Think like a lot of ideas. From my own experience and it didn't really start as like I wanNA. Take this professional online. It started as me as a consumer, I was trying to design my own home with my husband. Pick out furniture. Imagine how everything would look and I just felt that there was a gap in the world like that. There was a missing place where I as a consumer could do that. All in the comfort of my home I wasn't planning to hire like interior designer to come to my house. Tell me how to do it I thought that was more both expensive in kind. kind of elite, but also it was It was outsourcing more of the control that I wanted I imagined instead solution where I would basically like upload pictures of my room, and what would come back? We would be visualizations like a catalog, but beautiful visualizations of how my room really could be that I could fully shop, and that really was kind of the cropped to end up starting Wasi, but you didn't just use of the technology. You also have personal resources that people can get a hold of now connecting the folks that the service to someone that can provide it right. Correct yes, it's beautiful. Of, services, so we have designers that you work with and technology where the product that we deliver it to. You is a virtual product that shows you how things would look in your space, and both have to go together in order to make the whole thing work. Here's the key question. What role did game development play and how this whole service and website turned out? It's a good question. I in turn. Graduate School on the surface to had I will say that that has been a big astray. Shake for what we're doing. And also I spent most of my career using game technologies in tools for the things that I've dealt and you know I believe that. There is like it's amazing. Combination of what already exists so that gains obviously gives you sandboxes things to play around with and a certain amount of control, but they also put you on rails so that it's not. Not so much control that you can't get your end destination. You can't can't play the game and we try to do the same thing in balanced that that right ability of the tool and the process of the product guide you at the designer to guide you, but also giving you the flexibility to make a lot of your indices within experience.
Avengers Endgame With Ann Hornaday
"Washington Post lead film critic and Hornets Talks Avengers. Endgame as it celebrates its one year anniversary the hype and the build up and all that I have to admit that I was approaching this with a little bit of like. Oh let's get it over with already enough you know. And then it really ambushed me emotion of it really. I felt like you know you're too young to remember this. There was a famous episode of the Old Mary. Tyler Moore show with chuckles the clown chuckles. The clown died and And she's the one crying hardest funeral you know. And that's how I felt like I felt like I was completely not prepared for how I would feel during the actual movie and I just think again the Russo brothers did such a good job of that really. They made it emotional and a I don't know I just feel like they hit all the right. Note the goodbyes. Were they felt real and authentic and bad and like the way you know. I don't know the whole thing just. I was really really impressed with the way they did it. I was surprised at my own reaction. I had not reviewed because I was called away for it personal reasons. I wasn't able to review or even fee infinity war when it came out the reviewer of record for that for endgame was my colleague. Michael O'Sullivan because I felt like he deserved to be able to To do this once he had done the first one But I was actually. I had my quibbles with Insanity War I didn't it? Didn't you know I had many more couples with that so I was coming in with such guarded expectations and then it just completely impressed me. I just we could kind of talk about this. But there were so many scenes that just were just so many men between characters and between the characters and figures from their own path. That just got me. They were really really beautiful. You know when marvel does So well is to balance the humor and the action and the drama. Where it they just they have it in the right lane where it doesn't sway too much either way were gets too campy or too serious. They have a successful formula. Dc should not try to replicate it. Because they're really just works for Marvel because just the way their brand was from the beginning. I totally agree and you know I guess looking back and I remember you know feeling so when Ironman came out thinking Oh thank goodness. They were not taking it so seriously. After all the you know it was right after the Nolan Batmans it wrapped up and I thought those got way too heavy and way too dark and Kinda just self serious and then here's this Brett. Literal breath of fresh air and it was Downey kind of it was sort of wrapped up with his own personal story of redemption and recessive. Like he it was you know and and so there was. It was just so good to see him again and just doing something so well in having such fun and bringing his great great talent. He's such a gifted actors such a gifted or and you know. I don't know I just felt like that movie was so symbolic on so many levels and you're right it just started it. Just set the tone perfectly you know and then they manage to kind of carve out these really specific world for these characters so those captain America movies are their own little thing. You know the store Ragnarok did a stunning job of marrying the talent and the writing and acting and it all works. You know in your right. Dc SHOULDN'T I hope they don't try to replicate it. It's it of its own zone. Look for Endgame. Wherever you get your digital or DVD content and definitely read and Hornets at Washington Post Dot Com for bite. This is Tony Tiller.
Father & son charged with murder of jogger Ahmaud Arbery.
"Than two months off. Three young black man was fatally shot while running through Georgia neighborhood. The white father and son arrested in the case had their first court appearance on charges of felony murder and aggravated assault yesterday. The investigation by local authorities seemed stalled until this week. When a video of the February? Twenty third shooting are moored. Armory was shed widely on social media prompting outrage across the nation Georgia Bureau of Investigation Director Vic Reynolds addressing. The question of racial intent. Noted that Georgia has no hate crime. Law that has prompted many civil rights activists to call for a federal investigation arrest warrants for Gregory and Travis McMichael filed in court. Friday confirmed as the initial police reports stated that Travis McMichael pointed and discharged his shotgun at armour. But there were no new details in a letter to Glenn County Police. In early April a prosecutor previously assigned to the case outlined reasons. He believed there was insufficient. Probable Cause to issue arrest warrants waycross Ta George E. Bon Hill argued that the McMichael's legal under Georgia laws on citizen's arrests the open carry of guns and self defense. The michaels told police they pursued with another person recording them on video after spotting him running in their neighborhood. The father and son said they thought he matched the appearance of a burglary suspect. Who they said had been recorded on a surveillance camera sometime before. Aubrey's mother Wander Cooper Jones has said has son of former high school. Football player was just jogging in the Tiller shores neighborhood before he was killed. Aubrey would have turned twenty six on Friday and a crowd of several hundred people. Most wearing masks sang happy birthday in his honor outside the Glenn County courthouse many expressed frustration. The long wait before arrests were made and fears that the justice system failed him
"tiller" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Tiller in and out of the truck that's the good news is that that this tells you what's going on in American life right now hi WSPU all district millage joins us live once again here that the chance that soils going to warm up now what do you think definitely Scott at least this afternoon mostly sunny to partly sunny and ten on the mileage meter very low humidity again highs seventy four lows tonight fifty three to fifty six tomorrow a thirty percent chance of a late morning shower mostly sunny afternoon highs seventy one on Sunday scattered showers and thunderstorms eighty percent likely at times a severe thunderstorm possible at night mainly south cooler highs sixty three to sixty six low fifty four recap your forecast for today mostly sunny and a high around seventy four wake up temperatures Stone Mountain and Dallas forty Stockbridge I make on a forty one forty two on Peachtree street I'm meteorologist Kirk Wallace ninety five point five W. espace six forty two what the morning drives up to here's part okay about the courtyard by the amount that you're beautiful boarding beautiful sunrise I think I'm here as you look what about light and still do not find that the highway seventy eight the the the parkway park area five we brought to the crash off to the side on two eighty five north between I. twenty in Glenwood road not causing any backups traffic brought you by compassion international and change the world for a child in extreme poverty through compassion international text child eight three three nine three to find out how triple team traffic ninety five point five WSP we love catching people doing something right public says a special shopping hour this morning for first responders and medical workers from seven AM to eight AM and mark Spain remarks me real estate is partnering with the YMCA to help first responders and healthcare workers with childcare during the pandemic you know quite a few daycare centers are closed mark Spain real estate fund raising to help provide childcare it's seven metro Lana YMCAs for over a thousand children with the goal of freeing up medical personnel to help local hospitals and police departments they fully staffed to help marketers gold you can donate it first respond or child.
The Walmart Haul Episode
"All right. We're GONNA jump right in. It's a Walmart Hall. Which means we have lots of products that are ready to be chewed and sipped and swallowed starting with the above all of the above. Not necessarily in that order. But first we have tiller and hatch pressure cooker meals chicken Tortilla Stu so basically these are frozen bags of food items that you throw a pressure cooker or these days. We know it as an instant pot and so it's already made so he just throw the what the contents of the bag into the pressure cooker and IT COOKS UP PRETTY QUICKLY. So this one says only gives you stove top directions to which is nice. I had this. Oh you add water to the pressure cooker. Then you add the sauce than the rest five minutes and then when the timer goes off wheat four minutes. This is basically a nine minute meal. But then but you do have to heat up. Depressurize your pressure cooker. So I wonder if it's really quicker than using stove-top but well I don't know but I'm interested to try it because one cup has one hundred ninety calories four grams of fat and four smartphones points. I know you've got that fast because I'm starving fun and have lunch. Mike is not eat lunch. He's about to chew on Jamie's hand but now we're going to try this. It looks very soupy but this is a chicken stew that was made in a pressure cooker. Or in a I'd like you pass Utensil. Thank you so much wonder. What the origins of the word like Stu like as far as you know what you're doing that's STU maybe names to studio originally it make sense doing it Well it's really good. All right that chicken. This tastes like homemade. Mom's chicken suit and there's corn in it. It's very mild but it's flavorful. This is really great. Comfort food totaling. I love that it's not too salty. Yeah what's sodium? Like on six sixty for a cup so it's not low but let's put that over cauliflower. Rice I love. It was like chicken tortilla soup but with corn beans. Yeah so it's really delicious. It's unexpectedly tasty. We're off to a good start. Okay next up. The product is called mighty spark all natural premium cuts of chicken PROSCIUTTO WITH TOMATO. Basil and garlic seasoned ground chicken so this is basically whereas the packaging of that. Is it a It looks like you buy it in. Like the butcher section where you would buy like genealogy so it's ground chicken smells so good smell it. That's already been flavored. We just throw it in my rankin. Who's probably with like Marinara sauce or something? Who took a big hunk of that? Yeah probably but it already has like what's in it seasoned Rochetta Wise. It's tomato Basil Garlic That's really I love that you don't like about it. It's a little different like sometimes we do the shortcut thing where we Italian seasoning. This doesn't hit you over the head in the same way. Like you really taste the basil or things. He's so good you're probably instead of making ground meat out of it you can do like a meatball or something or Turkey ball. Yeah yeah or like a really fun Burger. I love that. Like sometimes they'll name it something like Bouchette and then you taste it. And you're like they should've just called it tomato garlic. I like that really delivers on the shuttle flavor. Absolutely it does and four ounces. One hundred sixty calories eight grams of fat for smart points to for to that is excellent. All right next up. We have hunts chilly kit. Just add meat. Ready in twenty minutes. So it's brought to you by. Hunts the people make ketchup? You know the people who make the the other ketchup. And it's a chilly kit. So this is a little bit. It's a smart thing you it's ready in twenty minutes you everything you need. Except for the ground meat of choice we decided to make it with extra lean ground beef and as it is without the beef or any of the meat. Three quarters of a cup is one hundred calories no fat and three smart points as package so it has like the little tomato the sauce and the beans. So we're GONNA try it already semi seasoning. I think That everything I've rhythm Kinda tastes like catcher. I was GONNA say days like they're less good ketchup. I kind of was I. Wish hines me this. What did hunt do before they did? They just automatically become tiniest competition or they have something else besides the ketchup tomato people. Yeah think they do a lot of tomato? This is not an this is not the. It's good but it's not great. It's a little like sour acidic facing. I think it might be good for kids for effort forever not forever viral with that. Yeah I don't know anyway. Let's move on next one. I'm kind of excited about because I saw this as I went up to the kitchen. And the back. They were prepping. It see cuisine smart indulgences Tortilla crusted. Wild Alaska pollock. I would say Alaskan but it's called the Alaska pollock. I guess and the thing is I think seek was in listened to us or took our idea and ran with it but basically we have made a Tortilla in crusted chicken. This is a Tortilla incrusted. Pollock which I didn't realize anyone ever called anything pollick. I thought pollock was just like fake crab the other white meat even the other whitefish before you tasted the story with C. Cuisine. They're the ones that made the salmon that we didn't like didn't they? Make one thing we liked and one thing we know I think this is like their redemption. I love it. You know what I like about it. It's like soap crispy and crunchy so it's Each belay has two hundred and forty calories. Six grams of fat seven smartphones. That's really tasty. That's like the best fish on the planet it is. It does taste like a fish. Stick to air. Fox did we airfreight or BEGA. How do we do it? I bet we have tortilla crested wild Alaska Pollack with smart ingredients. Oh Yeah do you see all the different things that goes on the cross. Yeah we named him so they are Yellow Corn Black Bean Jalapeno Chili tomato lime cumin Cilantro. Paprika they did not dial it in. I want more of that. It's Great Roy. Wheels aren't turning when the cameras. There are no cameras but when when the audio wasn't rolling I'll be eating more about if we had cameras rolling. Do you think we would do our little dance. In the beginning of the episode with the Music Lisa kind of has like a like a ninety s like Humpty Hump kind of thing. I don't have it. I don't know what you're no. No you did this did that. Jamie Jamie Shuffle. Bought my head your head. Okay all right. We should have cameras rolling. Okay moving on. This is an exciting product for a knife. I WANNA cut these. This is fun because I grew up as a white castle fan. I'm a New Yorker. My Dad and I like if we were sometimes alone on father's Day I don't know why we would be but a couple of years I remember. We went to white castle father's day when was like seven. I don't know where my mom and my siblings were. But we were there now. They're making Vegan White Castle. Black beans sliders stats are incredible but little little side. Note here about me. Because I'm from the West Coast. I've never been to white castle. The only white castle I know of is the frozen white castle.
"tiller" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"We're back the races coming up on fifteen to the top of the hour and as I said as we head into the break the pink floyd story it it just is one of those horse racing situations nations where you run out of run out of superlatives you run out of things to say about a horse that just wins just repeatedly and no matter what the obstacles are and I think I think Bob Tiller feels that way too because I I think I may read a quote Bob where you said. I don't know what to say anymore. Good Morning. Good morning how are you very good. Amazing and he's an icon. I should before we talk about the race and some other things you know since we talked last. Doesn't it surprise you that there isn't more claim and more of a hubbub for him at this point. Well you know what I understand it. He's he's race exclusively at it was fine and You know they they love him up here. I mean thirty years ago. I've always said he'd been in the front page of this or section but you know unfortunately against different now and although with the Internet he's getting a lot. We got a lot of people because we get a lot of lovely comments as far away as California New York and You know people norm They see him very well up there and they certainly a lot of people love them here. So you know it's it's there's there's a lot of interest in the horse and He's he's to me. He's Lifetime that's obvious you know as I said before this Yesterday or sorry David for yesterday he That was his nineteenth snakes win and and twenty second win a beer so I mean what do you do for an encore. You know these amazing holds the track record on on the Feta. He carries weight. You got a little break in a way. It's the only had to carry one hundred twenty one pounds you know and I kinda like that parking. He hit a horrendous trip renders. Just gotten behind a wall of horses and he had take kept checking them or we taking all of them and come back to Aston Swim widen here we come in. He's amazing. I mentioned that and for those that haven't seen the replay yet get a chance to to watch the woodbine replay. Yeah you got to see it to believe in this. This judge like he's half human believing things around the burn. He knows when we're but to do and you know we love him to death and we talked to him. I stand on the outside rail and he'll stand there like the outsiders for half an hour and you would never believe it's the same reports the courses up in behind him. He wants to go after. Wiki is half human my opinion. He's amazing like I said before of a lifetime we're very blessed to have I just run out of words the this trip in particular the silver hat to had to take a hold of him because it really felt Bob that he that Eureka did not want him to go rush up into contention and at the same time sometimes when you take a hold of a horse and then later asked them to run they resent it. They resent the He didn't mind and when he was asked he delivered. You're absolutely right and Not many horses take that and I've always said yeah. I don't want to lead if you'd find some so on the leaders be because you know there's just no speed and race but this this way. It was a paring down the backs. I looked like we were in deep trouble here. We go again. You know Three to five. But you know he He loves chasing horses he he's he's absolutely different kinds of horses. He just loves what he does and he'll come from anywhere in a race anywhere he can be on the lead but he'll you could. I be second third fourth and has just heck all of them. He'll very good horse. Just very very very I ah. He's he's now seven and when it comes to when it comes to figures I mean he's pretty much running the same kind of figures that he's been running for now three years. It could could bring him back as a for for next year. Will that may be get Eureka Dasilva to not retire. Well that would be nice but I have a feeling you rico's gutters made up for now I don't think his this retirement will last but I could be wrong. Only Eurico nose and You Know He. He broke the track record with Raphael L. Hernandez on them because you we go ahead. suspension so Unfortunately don't come back you Eko. We'll we'll find under jockey talk a little bit about the bold venture in September and you can you. Can maybe weave that into your decision to kind of the ease off the pedal with him a little bit because last year he did tell off in the FAW and this year. It seems like you made the conscious decision to take race race-off and and just point for this you know what the bold venture I certainly. He's undefeated this year. He was declared a nonstarter and the reason for that was is. He has a habit of getting so anxious that he breaks through the gate and he broke through the gate. That guy grabbed them any win backwards. They got left while you watch the reruns. Amazing any and you knew. He was GONNA be disqualified because they've been looking for that happened once before and basically he got linked Vinnie sports and really didn't in my opinion. I fear that much. He is going to be refund to the public. And that's what happened that day and we just decided that we didn't WanNa there was an Ontario I'd race we could've run them in three weeks later. We wanted to win this great race. We want this source I think he's he's got a very good chance to beat a horse in a year ago and that would be amazing. 'cause he was two years ago. I mean he's six six this year. There's a couple of phillies here. I'm sorry go the states and win and once going up there next week it's going to be a close vote but at the end of the day he's done everything that we asked the point in them for this race and you know in all words Indian and when that horse split beside him in the gate the other day by the way that was I thought we were going to break too and I was kinda waiting for him to pop through because you said now we're done but he was very calm mild and he didn't break right on the money but split beside him and he handled that well so it's all good all is well and he came out of the race. Great so we're very happy. It's folded in because I don't think when we when we spoke earlier in the year. I don't think we talked about entourage. Talk about the ownership group and you know having a run unlike this and latching onto wars like this. Well we bought this. We bought him. I believe we can thirty thousand form and we bought four five that year for the syndicate. A five guys and the main guys frank to Giulio Junior. He's been an owner of mind. For thirty four years and we know each other well and not only owner taper recalls friends just wonderful people and they decided by the year and you know and this game you know this business. They don't always do in obedience he gave one away and one of the be pink floyd and he never raced was four years old. You know there's another interesting thing Areas right so You know he He had a lot issues in believe it or not east You can't stand pain. He he we got a broken leg when he's gone a little little cut or something very strange word for that and I just can't police just amazing and you think it's all over and then it turns out to be a little little. He had a light shyness. A three-year-old year-old leg up in the air like was broken. Blake the X.. Vadim inside out the veterans. I can't find anything. That's great time. You know. He's just a he's different he's he's from outer space. Sorry but he's kind of kind of HYPOCHONDRIAC HYPOCHONDRIAC exactly a word I was looking for contract and and believe me. We had a hypochondriac boost in the last two and a half months against his last race and but notes. Thank God I know him. Well known your wife or your husband and the other way around. I guess you know I want you to. I want you to also mentioned 'cause I latched onto some very nice piece From the Woodbine publicity the department has Michelle Gibson grooming him the whole time you have done a tremendous job with him. She hasn't had them from day. One Minute and then a young that went to work for his father after after the his second racing year but Michelle was acted that time overseeing horse also and she's been with me nine years and she's just You know she won't leave this force. He's a seven day a week. Girl I tell you need some time off and she just it's up at four thirty every morning and And you don't want to tell you the truth. I'm just nominated for sovereign of work. They have to work for the groom's here so I'm hoping when she gets him tonight. I believe that she'll ever a chance. That's what a nice gesture that is and that's something that That we should pick up the ball around here in and go yeah. I think it's a good move in the Jockey Club of Canada as the Asaba word now for the last two or three years for grooms very necessary and then Rafael Sanchez. who gets on him in the mornings? Well what happened. was that that again this year. We decided to go Joint Decision Raffles kind of a lighter. Dinosaurs you know was doing some tricks last fall and and we we went to A bigger boy called Robin Monto We had a couple of Raphael Great this horse and this spring we made a change there and And he agreed to it and 'cause I was getting very uncontrollable very tough very interesting. So so he's got a new writer this year since Since early this Spring Robert Boo. Who's done a absolutely wonderful job it? It's it's one of the best stories and racing seven year old gelding twenty two for twenty seven and You know the earning ski piling up and a he shows no signs of those those signs of relenting either. That's the thing Bob that's exciting to know have made because an eight year old. Yes assist in his and he's going to get arrested now and we'll try and get them there for the spring and you know at any rate could be his last race but And we know that we have to accept that but you know. I don't think the party's over. I really don't. It's got to be very satisfying. I mean to to keep to keep a horse this good for this long that You know that. That's that's why I wanted to bring up your operation and all the everybody in the in the barn. That's been involved. Thank you here a long time and you know I'm three three wins away from winning two thousand races I was just gonna I was just going to bring it up. I I work nineteen ninety-seven I from ten thousand. Starters think we went over a hundred and fifty steak so I've had a great career. My Grey hairs getting a little grayer now but actually the funny thing was. I had a Horse Breeders Cup on your right beside Bob Africa's he said to me the Your big Bob Correct. I love it. Well they have a horse like this. Come along for you I ah you know. It's I was so looking. You know maybe we can talk again next year. You never know if we can't he's going to have a great retirement. A long run here which is are are retired or society. They want him up there and they're going to get that's nice so people can the people be able to visit him and exactly. He's he's a superstar. WELL HE'S A. He's a Bon Jovi. The starts rockstars right. And he's after he's named after one of the great bands of all time. Yes it certainly part of that. Yes the story to that. I don't quite understand it but yes he certainly is and You know it's not with that name is just amazing to great it is it is. That's why I mentioned that you would part of the whole appeal of him You know to win like this and to say you know people people say stars you know. Don't stay around in the game while geldings like this. This is the this is something for people to follow you know for extended an extended period. It's a perfect. It's perfect story. Yeah it's it's amazing. I stay that good that law and these good as he was four years ago. Exactly exactly but I'm GONNA try and get a few more Wins out of them next year. And we're GONNA have to accept the fact and all the things come to an already ready for that not easy now. That won't be on you. That'll be a tough. That'll be a tough day. I answer will be but You know you gotTa look at what we'll be looking at the good. The good is what he's given us and and can give you what he's given us. They're few and far between Bob Tiller best wishes for the holiday season. And we'll talk soon. Okay you guys everybody love you that care. Plus Bob Tiller folks who has really I mean you said I mean he's been he's three wins away from two thousand and.
"tiller" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Course because because family is so familiar to too so many owners What's the what's the plan? What's Thanksgiving plan for the girls and guys The girls will be home for Thanksgiving My youngest daughter Noelle she's attending UK and Lexington. So she'll be coming home this weekend and kill will be home as well. So we'll have the whole okay. Only at home in New York very nice very nice well. Happy Thanksgiving and Tom Albert tranny. Always a pleasure and congratulate. The wool cuts forest. Boris think so highly of them. There you know this association with the steeplechase community as well and the the certainly made the most of dynair and all the all the the babies that she's been producing appreciate it very much faith Tom Alber. We're trying to everybody and sailors joy one of our absolute favorites the last several years and it feels like he'll be back for a seven year old season and get a whole all the time if you WanNa if you WANNA stand the son of kitten's joy at your at your at your breeding facility. Let's take a break. We're gonNA visit with Bob Taylor and I. I don't know what to say anymore about pink. Lloyd I if you didn't see the Kennedy road from Saturday where he didn't necessarily have he didn't like stumble or or really he didn't even have a bad break per se but he did find himself at the back of the of the field and the silver silver actually kind of held. Hold them a little bit and didn't let him rush into contention but then he just absolutely blitzkrieg the rest of that field. I it's unbelievable and I'm I'm very surprised there isn't more. There isn't more hubbub over pink. Lloyd I mean he's got he's got everything you'd want right. He's got a cute name. The people people might you know Pink Pink. Floyd it's cute it's got the the you know. Got Kinda Tation Pink Floyd and he's seven years old. He's twenty two for twenty seven and I. It's amazing actually this year. He six for six then. Very cleverly managed by Tiller too. You know because last year you'll recall. He kind of he kind of starting to fade a little bit at the at the end of the year in the fall and and Tiller was a little bit more a little bit more judicious dishes with.
"tiller" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"Two joining us on the hotline is coming Tiller. Hey Kevin how you doing welcome back to me Junkie Radio. Thank you for having me man and everything's warm beautiful. Thank you for having me again all right well well. We really enjoyed talking to you last time and learning a little bit more about you especially on the personal side and how much you do for your community so I gotTa admit I <hes> I was chairing for you and congrats on that win over Mohammed Therese <hes> the beauty of it is is that win with the point system. You're really looking at possibly locking up top position <hes> next Thursday is that important for you to be a high seed. Do you think is important as it is like in other sports <hes> it's not like you really get a home game came out of it or anything like that and anybody can beat anybody on a certain day or have you looked at the heavyweights that are trailing and do you see that there would be an advantage for you to maybe get someone in that spot the number eight seed. I don't know how Outta once again. I don't know how that works out of place system works <hes> I just found out the reason number two because <hes> my guide me I <hes> I mean he beat a his guy faster than I'd be my guy so I I don't know man I don't. I don't look at none of that stuff going out there to finish every single fight. I got a high percentage of finishing my fight the finish so you're not too concerned about who you fight in the play offs or or nothing like that had you just want to get the job done and beat up whoever's in front of me. It's simple as that right right right. Yeah man like you say anybody can losing any given moment so I don't. I don't look at one guy oh but he's a lesser fighter Guy Caracal like I'm better than all of them so <hes> I I don't. I don't care if I do not long ago..
"tiller" Discussed on Hermit_Radio
"Always saw the worst of it <hes> ah i honestly think that the the worst of the changes that we saw after your deployment really happened during that four year period i think part of it was is that <hes> you know it was hard for you to find purpose in what you were doing <hes> and <hes> it was a lot of outward i am bitter resentment towards the world and it kinda manifested itself and at a lot of different ways i mean there was some alcoholism that was involved for sure and then <hes> in quite a few instances of just <hes> you know indifference really to the world i mean there. There was uh in one particular occasion that i can remember that that kind of <hes> i think this is shortly after you had started bodybuilding but <hes> we the <hes> we'd all gone out. I think it was for sometime around either your birthday or christmas. I can't remember when when you come back <hes> <hes> and we had all gone out. I think it was you and me and that your brother and i up front. Josh and i gone to a couple of bars awesome stuff and <hes> you know we all got pretty trashed and i think he just went into this rage mode <hes> because this guy i am one of the bars. I can't remember what he said to you. What did he what he said something to you about. <hes> the military i think yeah. I don't even really remember that but that goes shows the state of mind i was in yeah. It was something end me and josh just looked looked at each other. I thank god 'cause you got this. Look on your face like i'm gonna murder this. <hes> and it's i took a really dark. Turn really fast than i think we walked out of the bar and <hes> i think he tried to pull like a streetside out of the ground or no you try to pull a tree out of the ground in the street sign and picked up a trash can late one of those big heavy metal ones off the top of the trash cans hurled across the street captain america style taste and to be clear the reason why i asked chris to share. This story is not obviously for any ego increase in but it's it's mainly to prove a point that i was that way at one point. I had some real problems no matter better no matter how many times you know my bosses and army told me to just suck it up and deal with it or the counselors that i went to go go see while he's still military. You know they told me to suck it up. Do what you can and that's what i did and that's that that was the end result but ultimately i was looking for order. I was looking for change. I was looking for something else but i was going going to the wrong place. It was my own problem. It was something that i needed to fix. Nobody else was going to do it for me. My bosses in the army weren't gonna do a for sorry the counselors and the army working to do a for me i mean they have such a horrible job as it is. I don't blame anybody in those positions. It's awful awesome. They sit those councillors sit and listen to guys talk about their worst nightmares every day all day long and and that's all they get and no matter what they say half the time. You don't really know if you're actually making a difference or not. So that's a tough job. You know now and i think anybody that does but for me. It wasn't gonna be it wasn't a problem. I was going to solve with pills or with talking to people about it. Those were steps but ultimately came to the next part which is the change aspect of it was when i started looking inward on myself in doing some self reflection i started meditating. I started enjoying life more. I met my wife and her son and they became part of my life and i got married and my wife was the first person that i i decided to choose to be a good person for. I decided that she wasn't going to put up with my poor behavior. If i kept havens way i could and so i decided when i met her that i wanted to start to change and then over time smaller things started to change and i started it to kind of let go of those things and then when i got out of the army i thought for sure i was going to be good to go soon as i got out and it was definitely not the case. When i got out i i went and started working immediately and i figured that everything would be fine. It was nothing had changed now. I was just mad for some other reason right. When normal people walk through the door at my work they could be doing nothing or they could be coming at me and yelling at me for absolutely no reason but they feel justified because they're the customer. What have you name any situation and we did what we all do. I reacted. I would get defensive and i would get upset. Why are these people talking to me this way. Don't they do that. I'm a veteran during don't they know him a war veteran of course they don't know that how could they possibly know that it's not i don't walk around with a hat on. This is war veteran and there's no reason to in. It's not like i should either because that means something to me. It doesn't have to mean anything to anybody else. In those are the kinds of things that i started to realize when i had time to think when i had time to myself to sit and meditate or reflect flecked and then started changing and i started treating everyday life as a learning lesson anytime i got overly upset or mad about something i would legitimately ask myself. Why did i get so upset about that. And if i couldn't think of a good reason then i accepted that there was was no good reason for me being that upset and when you start to do that it happens all of the sudden kind of like a roller coaster it gets faster and faster and faster until you don't even realize you're doing it anymore. And that's the key that's the goal. That's the thing that i learned on this journey but chris. It means nothing for me to say these things and that's why i have you here because i want you to tell everybody listening. What what kinds of things have you seen change in as the like the last six months since the last time you saw me while start just a tiny bit back farther than that talked about <hes> you know the first time you started experiencing change. That's kind of one. I saw it as well. <hes> would be shortly after metric life and i i think you had been bodybuilding for a little bit at that point. You still were but you talk about the the level of introspection that you started experience as a result of meditation and your era inward thoughts and that really had an incredible impact i think in your outlook on life as well as the general attitude towards things <hes> you would stop drinking already has resulted the body building so that wasn't something that was in your way and <hes> <hes> you know so that was kind of way for you but one you know once you took that step towards self enlightenment <hes> you'd spent more <music>. I'm meditating and reflecting on your actions in reflecting on your best and more importantly reflecting on what you wanted your future to be like <hes> that's when i saw the most immediate change now in the last six months <hes> there has been an explosive transformation that i've i've seen <hes> before we get into to any of the things we were taught you were we were talking about before in terms of <hes> some of the <hes> a remote viewing other things like that <hes> the just on the emotional side <hes> if if you met cameron today and you talked to him in person and <hes> had any sort of interaction with them or you know became friends with some you have absolutely no idea about anything the things that we discussed <hes> about as he is an incredibly gentle person. He has patience and understanding. We're standing in a humor about things a sense of humor about the world in the sense of humor about life out his becoming of a monk i mean seriously <hes> and you know he's he's a great father figure for his wife son and he's a he's a great husband towards his wife and <hes> to see this man caring so much for those two people let alone the other people that he cares about his life his family and his friends and and to have you know really no concern for his own personal needs and not a drop of anger or violence at all not in not an angry violent bone in his body. It's a complete and total transformation. Thanks man and it's definitely leave the whole point of all of this what i what i want to close this out on. Is that if you ask anybody that really knows cameron or sergeant harmed for anybody that was in the military with me that remembers i. I was not that way everything you just said. I would have been the complete opposite of and i'm not. I'm not even hating on that. It was who i was for a time that i needed it needed to be that way and i needed to do those things for that time and it was a good learning learning lesson i learned things from amid some really wonderful people and i had some life experiences that led me to where i am now but i just once i felt that when i finally had that aha moment and i was like man says really nice like i feel i can can breathe a little easier my my almost next immediate thought was i need to share this with other people. It's it's something that everybody should get to feel feel at some point in their life. Everybody's holding onto something some type of pain or fear or anger or sadness or depression. Everybody's got something and to in some is bigger than others that is for sure and and it might not be something that you can let go of but there are definitely tools in there are definitely ways to make life a little bit easier in those are the things that i feel like have helped me and those are the things i wanna share with everybody chris thanks for being on the show man i think we're going to go ahead and cut it here but <hes> commit any glasses you wanna stay to the listening. Absolutely i appreciate you inviting me to the show. That's for sure and you you guys the best the best thing that i can think of to say to you about <hes> about all this. Is you know.
"tiller" Discussed on Hermit_Radio
"All right welcome back to hermit radio. This is your host cameron and i'm interviewing my childhood childhood friend chris tiller chris. Go ahead and introduce yourself man a everybody <hes> kempson chris cameron. I've been friends percents <hes> probably about the fourth grade and <hes> obviously through high school in our young adult years. I'm <hes> airline pilot and and <hes> a man and a musician and here today to talk about a couple of things that <hes> <hes> we've been talking talking about in relation to growing up together and <hes> his experience in the military and i've transformation that has gone through the years afterward awesome so it's funny that we're doing this because this is actually like a couple of takes and we've started over for several times and i ended up we ended up going out to dinner. My wife and i we have mexican food and she loves going out inch loves drinking margaritas. Every single time we go to mexican food is always about the margaritas and i think that that definitely i think that's how i'm going to try and start every podcast. Maybe we should all have a drink in hand ready to go and some nights special yeah exactly uh-huh so anyways that i wouldn't say that anything about arch special. I feel like i mean grew up like most average american kit feel like chris and i when we were younger we like. He said we met in grade school on the weekends if we wanted to do something if we wanted to go somewhere like go to the movies or go do laser tag or anything like that you know we would go work and earn that money. My parents would always tell me if i wanted go do something or if i wanted something i had to earn the money for it so instead of going out and always doing by myself chris and our other friends ans we always got together and did it together and it was kind of like a team saying the we did that all the way up until high school and that was kind of like the small team mm-hmm friendship that we had that i feel like we still have today yeah absolutely i would. I would completely agree and you know i think i think that you know that that has shaped us all of us in terms of a work ethic and personalities to this this day <hes> burger <unk> wayne. We were teens like when we started going to high school. I feel like that was pretty average to. I wouldn't say there was anything too crazy but on the other hand you definitely went through some hard times times in high school. I remember because i was there. I tried to be there for you and we discussed that earlier before the show we were talking about that and and <hes> i'll go ahead and let you talk about that when we were in high school some of the things that we did that you noticed <hes> so the things you were saying about me earlier. Yeah <hes> sticks out kind of as as you know on on top of the rest. Is it like you're saying. I went through some pretty difficult things <hes> my family especially my the middle and later high school years i think this is is probably gotta be sophomore junior high school or something <hes> i had been kept home for probably a week or more maybe two weeks and at some point i'm doing the dishes and the second story my parents house and i look out back and it's dark and i see this light that i looked down cameron cameron waving his arms and this guy i think a jump several fences and my my family's neighborhood to just to get get in my backyard so make sure that it was all right 'cause i. I haven't really had any way to get out to the <hes> any of them. What was going on or why wasn't at school or anything so <hes> just kind of disappeared off the map for about a week or two <hes> so this guy in the middle of the night sixteen seventeen years old up several fences to get it in my backyard outright and that really speaks to <hes> not only the friendship that that he and i had that he had with anybody else but also you know the the kind of guy that he is and he's always been that way you know you've always been that way just to kind of do whatever it takes to look out for the people you care about about the kind of guy that would take no for an answer or <hes> share too much about the risk to yourself. Yeah you know in so oh. That's what this particular interview is going to be about. That's what this segment today. Segments going to be about is change yeah right how i started in came to be and then i guess i could say dark times and military you know but a disclaimer disclaimer. This is not like i'm not trying to say anything negative about the military whatsoever is a shop like any other and first and foremost i i've volunteered to do. I signed by name on the dotted line so anything that happened to me while i was there. It was my own choice. I i don't blame anybody for anything thing. That happened to me. I don't blame the war on the government. Everything that happened to me was because i chose to be there to do but i thought i was doing that was right. I wanted wanted to serve my country and that's the bottom line. You know that doesn't change the fact that i did obviously see some things i had some experiences as i've talked about on this show before <hes> you know i was blown up. It's not good for anyone you know and it doesn't matter if you compare it or if view say well oh you know he was just blown up. It's not that big a deal. I know people who've killed ten people or whatever. It's all that anybody anybody can have p._t._s._d. You can be a bus driver driving kids and something happens on one particular day and you can have p._t._s._d. It is not necessarily surly exclusive to the military so i just like to put that out there for anybody. That's listening. I know some of my friends who are military guys. I just don't want to get it messed up. It's not like i'm blaming anybody buddy or the military but moving forward <hes> yeah you know we had a pretty average teenage high school <hes> play out you know nothing was out of the ordinary i think when things changed for us as our group of friends was when we graduated waited high school and we all went our separate pads you know i went active duty military. You went to school to be a pilot and our other friends went there other ways. That's i feel like that's when we change the most yeah yeah i would agree. You know <hes> <hes> going back to talking about how he grew grew up. You're absolutely right. I think that we had a pretty a i would call it. Average late eighties early nineties american child hood <hes> we <hes> we were obsessed with james bond and <hes> you know it's kind of a big driving factor behind us go out and uh raking leaves on weeds on our weekends when the new james bond logo come out. I think the first words you ever said to me when i came to came to school. Allow when i moved to the new school was more. Do you want to be a spy yeah and you know that that kind of was the <hes> i mean that really was the beginning of our friendship and that was kinda how we spend our afternoons and our recesses was playing star trek out on the on the playground and researching coaching old <hes> world war two and cold war and soviet era espionage stores by stories and stuff like that <hes> and the you know <hes> being that this this particular shows is kind of talking about chain highlight kind of your experience from my perspective in aswa growing up you were really we all kinda did identify the the greatest generation <hes> is is the epitome of brotherhood income rotary and honor and valor and stuff in terms of the military <hes> combat veterans and stuff is being these these heroes does and that was kind of your perspective going and all of this and that was the type of person that you grew up trying to be and that was the kind of person that you were going into the military trying to present yourself as well. I mean i i. I never tried to think of myself as as brave or as you know wanting to be a hero in guaranteed anybody if you were to ask anybody in in the military that i served with if any of them thought i was a hero or brave you probably wouldn't find that many and it's because when you're in the military it's not about it's not about about that. It's about being a soldier. It's about being disciplined. It's about doing we're supposed to do that. Other stuff happens but it's not it's not a part of it's not something that you go around talking to each other about and that's where i feel like a lot of people probably get get a little confused when they go into the military terry because the go in with that you know band of brothers mentality and it's honestly it's not like that is very different and that's fine because it is is what is in. I don't think that there's any better way to have soldiers into train them. I just don't i think the way i was trained and the way that i was serving. I feel like that was the best way made us the best trained and that brings me to my next point was that when we so every now and then when i was in the military we would actually get to be able to hang out if i came home on leave or something like that. We've got to hang out and would you say that like. I definitely taken a very different turn. After i started coming back home after that yeah yeah <hes> and i think that <hes> <hes> <hes> speaking speaking from my perspective i saw you. We got together in what i would call snapshots. <hes> you know in terms of what we're talking about in terms of change. I think we would hang out in different snapshots of your of your life of your last <hes> decade. You know the last time i can remember hanging out with you you before you deployed was the night before i left for college. <hes> we went on like a fifteen mile ruck march and <hes> loaded down with gear and got most the way through it and i think your mom had kosov at the end of that's right but <hes> you know well even up to that point after going through basic training with the delayed entry program and and <hes> you know knowing that you're gonna get deployed was your attitude was still very much that of the idealized soldier now you. You still identified the the perspective that you had before about. You know what your experience in the military was. Gonna be the band of brothers type of ideology algae and mentality like you were talking about before and i think the next time we hung out after that <hes> was probably just <hes> <hes> well right in the middle of your deployment actually yeah yeah and that would have been. I think we discussed before that would have been right before you had gotten blown out so you had been blown off at that point it definitely it. Did i had noticed a change and your your demeanor in your mentality and your candor you weren't excited to go back <hes> that it was a big part of it.
"tiller" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"On MA chunky radio. He will be fighting on Thursday, folks remember, they're gonna start off on ESPN two at seven pm eastern. Then they move over to ESPN plus for the main card. They have light heavyweights and heavyweights on Thursday night. And this is a this is week three of season two but it's the first fight for the light heavyweight, and the heavyweights Kelvin's opponent that night will be mode. Therese. All right. Goes whatever. Kelvin tiller. Kevin, do you feel like the PF L format? Does it suit heavyweights the most? As far as probably whole couldn't wait process. Yes. When you've got guys that, like, you know very dedicated to the craft in what they do. And I believe today, a lot more guys are cutting a lot less weight. I've seen some guy going to find a room. I've seen a few of faces of shit. I gotta take this knee more pounds of the looks on the faces. So were black biggest headways more. You know, they we big punches over in the first round take, you know, take to today's off relax, relax rest in back in two months. So but I like everybody's doing their thing 'cause I know how to cut week and why cut a lot of ways. So if I was any five or to this, when there's some fun for me, so David weeks, I wanted dive into your mindset being so close to the fight here. What's like the law? Longest you've gone whether it'd be minutes our seconds days. What's the longest you've gone without thinking about your opponent? The man, this is. I'm busy man. Like I do a lot from our community. I live in close to project here. There's a lot of a lot of housing. I go down there, and I teach the kids. You know, boxing, I put them to work elsewhere, at the park, you know, I got my own kids, I could grasp on the side. So it's, it's, it's not really much time for me, too. Think about my opponent of always felt that as long as I do I'm supposed to do.
"tiller" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"No. Additional purchase is necessary. Whatever the Tom Kelly penny. Sorry. Hey, Tom Kelly. Tom going we're looking for Nick name for our producer, Kelli. She doesn't like smelly killing that's out. Always on her cell. He fell Kelly. That's the leading candidate who has last minute Kelly little a couple of seconds ago. Yeah. All right. Let's talk to Kelvin tiller, he's going to be fighting on Thursday and really, really excited about this fight, and he joins us now on the hotline. What's up Kelvin tiller? How are you? Man. I'm good. But. Good man. I'm glad we got to catch up with yellow sweating it because last week, we had a little bit of a mix up today. I sent you that reminder text and I didn't hear back. I was like, oh, no, I hope he's not in a sauna return off his phone or anything but we really appreciate your time on fight week. Appreciate you patient busy. And sometimes I just be Jin that six keys were kids. Man, you get busy during the off season of PF. Kelvin. All their birthdays. We're talking about this earlier. Do you know all of them up top of your head? I do. Yes. Every in July seventeen July twenty fifth April twenty eight March twenty and. Ju second. Lot of the a lot of stuff going down in the fall there. That's when things heat up, I noticed that little nine. Is ending in the spring spring there Kelvin. Got hibernate mix too. NFL related maybe out to win. That. Yeah. All right. Will any of them be at the fight. Kelvin what, how old is the oldest one? He's probably thirteen he's a he won't be the fight. My, my daughter. She is nine there on the Holly right now. And then my stepson. He is he's, he's ten and he's on the highway also. So they're on the way down here, man. That's a cool experience for them. I imagine for the whole family..
"tiller" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"This is massive for Neiman. Greasy also undefeated, Kevin tiller who was going to be on last week. We missed them he's going to be on this week. He's a PF L heavyweight. He'll join us at nine thirty eastern excuse me thirty eastern. Six thirty Pacific even gracie's thirty minutes before him. I don't know if I gave out his time we're not. There was one fighter that told me he couldn't come on that a certain time because that's when they'd be doing the ceremonial weigh ins. And I go at nine thirty at night. Oh they went the reverse. Yeah. And Alice shocked just one of the smarter fighters. I'm I'm not gonna call him out. Never did you at the time I wanted to. But I was thinking, like, wow, you've been hitting the head men's the other way around. You know you're ahead of us. But he laughed it off. So anyway, it wasn't tiller. Somebody else, regardless call in folks. Eight seven seven nine three eight seven seven three four four four nine three especially calling you don't know your parents birthday. I mean, if you have some story where listening gave up for option or something. I get that. But if you grew up with your parents, and you stop contact with your parents, I would honestly be shocked. If you called in all sincerety and said, I don't know my parents worth thing. Well, I guess we're all this started was, I was shocked that you knew your friend heralds birthday because herald, what does he I I mean mean, he's he's not. not he's not top ten right friends, he's a good friend. But what I'm saying is, he's top ten ten asked me any friends birthday in Seattle, high do quick quiz. Okay. When's would he's birthday November seventh but see I don't know. I'm positive Online lying. when is Victor on os birthday. Well, he's not top ten I know but that's kind of like had them. I would something strikes me as July. That's one that I Kelly, I have a question, do you know let's just go through your top five? Get past them. Do you know like six seven and eight? Do you know there are things? I think it's amazing that, you know, sky's Burston. No. Might be pushing it too, for me, like maybe three. I know I know Rodney's. I think that's it. 'cause Facebook makes it so easy. True. But in like phone numbers. I dunno phone numbers. I know moms yours. I forgot phone number. That's it. I know tours. I think I could guess mom's I know mom's home number, but I forgot phone numbers a long time ago. Yeah. It's the worst, I, although one of my security questions on one of the many websites Peru's, not porn hub, but it was something else. It was do you know your first phone number? And I'm talking about when we lived at Borchert. So you weren't even born yet. Yeah, I think it carried over for a while. But it was seven one four five four six four five three six. I'll never forget that one on there. Over three, six to one of one of the first ones, I ever learned. Yeah. Six six three. What was it six to three six? Oh, two was our regional house phone number. Yeah. That's true. This catchy. Yeah. Glen learn a catchy. But who's there? What's glenn? Lurs. Eight seven seven five five. Oh, right. Yeah. Now you got me confused..
"tiller" Discussed on Mile Hi Radio
"Tiller Evans OBT shortly. You'll be looking for me Marshall, not I for any way it happens. They'll be killin one center less than the world. I'm a lump in France, not a preacher, of course. Marshall, I have no quarrel with this, man. What did you talk to him? He's not the kind of a Manion talk and put them in jail for disturbing. The peace. It'll be too late by the time the pieces to stood. France. There's a stage leaving dodge and a few minutes is there much. Mavis is going to be on it. Now, if you're the gentleman you say your. You'll be on with it. You're making a mistake. Marshall I've made mistakes before. Their use arguing with us. If you told me what's holding you back there might be. We say I never run from a fight. I don't question that. But this time, it's different. I don't believe that your reason. Say goodbye Mavis for me Marshall. No. I just decided you're going with her. I'm sorry. I'm not. Careful marshall. I'm always careful. No..
"tiller" Discussed on The Moth
"At that time, you know, in the nineteen forties that rooster would have provided a lot of meat. So this was a big decision on my grandfather's part to help me to do this. And so he said, let's get a shovel. We're going to bury him down by the mailbox. Your father never goes that way. He takes the other Dr. And that's what we did. And several nights later at supper time my father said, casually, you know, I haven't seen Charlie around, oh God and my heart stopped. I knew on my forehead. It said rooster tiller. But I was I was my mouth was open is ready to spill my guts. I was going to just say what happened. And my grandfather quickly said to my father, you know, John, I remember seeing a weasel down at the chicken coop and my father said, well, he swore, but he said, well, we'll have to keep an eye out for the the hands to make sure that nothing happens to them. And my grandfather caught my eye and smiled on me, and it was one of those moments when an adult and a child bind together because you know that that person's got your back and everything's gonna be okay. And the lesson I learned was that everyone makes mistakes everyone has accidents even children. And also if you're going to do a skit, don't ask innocent animals to depart of it..
"tiller" Discussed on The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast
"What did you make more money than you the dude who you're like you know what it was not you know as prime to happen she was making more money than me you weren't having sex oh wait a minute yeah this is that article wow i wasn't hit i was not hitting it right i do believe texted me that we're not right ain't hitting it right and i i was like what ha ha ha have you to for the phone you punch you you're crazy love you took great uncle mole not hidden it right i want to black eye or solomon you know my wife says my hitting it right tiller will join a boxing glass all right check check out all right this was a fucking this was my suggested sidebar how to tell if she's cheating how to react if she cheats relationships that come from cheating it's just like i got it just looks like steps of except that was the best part is can you edit in the screen shot that's the best part is it's the same thumbnail that he uses every time like the exactly the same the same template and it's like a picture of him like cropped out in front of this like like powerpoint ninety eight looking background with this just aerial bold title how to tell if she's cheating how to react if she cheats relationships that come from cheating women who want you but she'd anyway truth nice guys get no respect.
"tiller" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Nevada prison within days and it was expected he would live in florida but one official there is trying to stop it from happening abc's kenneth moton reports border attorney general pam bondi wrote took the department of corrections quote our state should not become a country corporate this convicted criminal she went to simpson's criminal activity the added burden of his notoriety and the heightened risk she says he would place on the people of florida the safes department of corrections does have the authority to stop simpson all if an investigation finds that he does not meet certain criteria another major retailers suffered a databreach abc's dave packer reports whole foods says the credit and debit card information of customers who bought meals are drinks that its instore restaurants are rooms may have been exposed to hackers the supermarket chain which was recently acquired by amazon says the databreach should not affect its main checkout register registers or any online amazon transactions whole foods is set up a link at its home page to a website but allows customers to see if a store they visited is involved in the databreach the company did not reveal when it discovered the hack but says it is investigating dave packer abc news each of the one hundred and two counties in illinois are getting ready to meet the requirements of a bail reform law the new measure effective january first requires a lawyer to be present at the first court appearance for anyone arrested it also aims to release defendants without having the post cash bail if they don't pose a reasonable community threat and there are unlikely to flee some counties such as dekalb have some of the elements of the new law already in place dave schwan wgn news and former perdue football coach joe tiller has died as coach of the boilermakers they won eighty seven games over twelve seasons from 1997 through two thousand eight the most victories posted by any purdue coach the university says tiller di.
"tiller" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani
"That she has a voice and she can speak out and there are things that bike she can talk to me about and not feel embarrassed our shame tiller like that mommy won't believe her you know anna her father is very active in who's she's with and where she goes in what she does because he still lives in that neighborhood i took her out we rat i ran away with her so she says ones are in time with me where the environment is in she goes out and then comes home for dinner leg you have afterschool activities mommy picks you up monitoring your home if your reference wanna come over they can come onto our parliament opened not so much she's just roaming the streets hanging out okay uh do you ever loser plumer you just don't wanna talk are you tired of talking about a recovery to relieve no no you figure there's a purpose i mean i do is like an and and i remember one somebody may leka a common on twitter our facebook that stuck with me and there were like all in all had the arnie's always telling her sad story and i was like wow you know like maybe some other people are tired of hearing it but those are the people who don't have to listen to it is like the people who really need to hear it will hear it ju ju to your you part of any groups you talked to any i don't mind visor dan how has i had me do a few reich speeches views on programs and stuff but nothing like explicitly you saw eloquent speak about it uh it does your whole stories do so inspiring so i feel like a lot of people can learn a lot.