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Next Level Soul with Alex Ferrari: A Spirituality & Personal Growth Podcast
NLS 132: Rebel, Artist, Hollywood Legend & Revolutionary with Edward James Olmos

Next Level Soul with Alex Ferrari: A Spirituality & Personal Growth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2022 80:08


Our guest today is 80s star, multiple-awards film, and theater actor, and activist, Edward James Olmos.Olmos's roles in films or TV shows like Stand and Deliver, Battlestar Galactica, broadway musical and film Zoot Suit, Blade Runner as detective Gaff, and many others are some of the most memorable of all time and he's still dominating our screens.While I could not resist talking about his iconic roles over several decades, we mainly discussed Olmos' new must-see film, Chasing Wonders.The picturesque Australian/British drama was the official selection at the Adelaide film festival in 2020. The beautiful cinematography of the film was shot over a five years period to authentically capture the coming of age story by screenwriter, Judy Morris. Chasing Wonders is a story of hope, possibility adventure, and overcoming your past – a heart-warming story of a young boy, who, encouraged by his grandfather (Olmos) to live a life of hope and possibility, takes off on the adventure of a lifetime to find the magical Emu Plains. His journey through the lush landscapes of Australia and Spain leads him to the heart of the human condition – learning to acknowledge the complexity of what comes before us but struggling not to be defined by the past.The Hollywood Walk of Famer earned an Academy nomination for Best Actor in the 1988 drama, Stand and Deliver. He gave a stellar lead performance as Bolivian- American educator Jaime Alfonso Escalante Gutiérrez.Olmos filmography is quite extensive. Literally, the man has stayed booked and busy since 1974. He's appeared in over 130 films, TV shows, and plays.One of his outstanding roles is perhaps,  Lieutenant Martin Castillo in the Miami Vice (1984) as a series regular. A fan-favorite for sure.But if we do talk about Lieutenant Castillo we must mention Olmos' role as Detective Gaff in Blade Runner (1982) and a brief reprise in the sequel Blade Runner 2049 (2017). Gaff is the Los Angeles police officer who detains and escorts Deckard (Harrison Ford) throughout his mission as a ‘Blade Runner' to track down bioengineered humanoids known as replicants and terminally “retire” them.Olmos showed the world his versatility in both the Broadway play and film adaptation of the musical comedy, Zoot Suit. The story weaves the real-life events of the Sleepy Lagoon murder trial – resulting in the racially fueled Zoot Suit Riots throughout Los Angeles. Olmos portrays El Pachuco, an idealized Zoot Suiter, who functions as narrator throughout the story and serves as Henry's conscience in both adaptations.Honestly, I could go on and on down Olmos' filmography, but we can't spotlight all of his other spectacular films right now. So, let's get into this interview, shall we?Don't forget to click the links in the show notes to watch Chasing Wonders.Please enjoy my conversation with Edward James Olmos.

Bulletproof Screenplay® Podcast
BPS 237: Exploring the Actor's Process - Inside His Greatest Roles with Edward James Olmos

Bulletproof Screenplay® Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 81:18


Our guest today is 80s star, multiple-awards film, and theater actor, and activist, Edward James Olmos.Olmos's roles in films or TV shows like Stand and Deliver, Battlestar Galactica, broadway musical and film Zoot Suit, Blade Runner as detective Gaff, and many others are some of the most memorable of all time and he's still dominating our screens.While I could not resist talking about his iconic roles over several decades, we mainly discussed Olmos' new must-see film, Chasing Wonders.The picturesque Australian/British drama was the official selection at the Adelaide film festival in 2020. The beautiful cinematography of the film was shot over a five years period to authentically capture the coming of age story by screenwriter, Judy Morris. Chasing Wonders is a story of hope, possibility adventure, and overcoming your past – a heart-warming story of a young boy, who, encouraged by his grandfather (Olmos) to live a life of hope and possibility, takes off on the adventure of a lifetime to find the magical Emu Plains. His journey through the lush landscapes of Australia and Spain leads him to the heart of the human condition – learning to acknowledge the complexity of what comes before us but struggling not to be defined by the past.The Hollywood Walk of Famer earned an Academy nomination for Best Actor in the 1988 drama, Stand and Deliver. He gave a stellar lead performance as Bolivian- American educator Jaime Alfonso Escalante Gutiérrez.Olmos filmography is quite extensive. Literally, the man has stayed booked and busy since 1974. He's appeared in over 130 films, TV shows, and plays.One of his outstanding roles is perhaps,  Lieutenant Martin Castillo in the Miami Vice (1984) as a series regular. A fan-favorite for sure.But if we do talk about Lieutenant Castillo we must mention Olmos' role as Detective Gaff in Blade Runner (1982) and a brief reprise in the sequel Blade Runner 2049 (2017). Gaff is the Los Angeles police officer who detains and escorts Deckard (Harrison Ford) throughout his mission as a ‘Blade Runner' to track down bioengineered humanoids known as replicants and terminally “retire” them.Olmos showed the world his versatility in both the Broadway play and film adaptation of the musical comedy, Zoot Suit. The story weaves the real-life events of the Sleepy Lagoon murder trial – resulting in the racially fueled Zoot Suit Riots throughout Los Angeles. Olmos portrays El Pachuco, an idealized Zoot Suiter, who functions as narrator throughout the story and serves as Henry's conscience in both adaptations.Honestly, I could go on and on down Olmos' filmography, but we can't spotlight all of his other spectacular films right now. So, let's get into this interview, shall we?Don't forget to click the links in the show notes to watch Chasing Wonders.Enjoy my epic conversation with Edward James Olmos.

The Drive
The Drive | Hour 4 | 09.07.22

The Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 37:32


Hour 4 of The Drive honors Emmanuel Sanders and thanks him for his time with the Broncos. They show homage to him while also wondering is he a Ring of Famer within the Broncos Brass? The conversation goes back to Russell Wilson and how much of the article was fact vs feelings. Seattle's side of the story didn't hold back. Tyler and DMac lay out why this may help Russell long term. Mt. Polumbus speaks about Russell Wilson and George Paton helping Russ do whatever it takes to stick around as long as he can. Dumb Stuff is all about Billionaires and their heirs. Tyler hands out Game Balls to close the show! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

WTAQ Ag on Demand
Lena dairy famer shares why her farm is unique

WTAQ Ag on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 2:01


Firth generation dairy farmer Marlena Wagner shares what makes her farm unique. She shares the struggles of transitioning a farm. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Savage & Average hosted by Matt McChesney
The One with Steve Atwater

Savage & Average hosted by Matt McChesney

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 58:45


In this episode of Savage & Average, Matt McChesney welcomes 2x Super Bowl Champion, 3x All-Pro, 8x Pro Bowler, Denver Bronco Ring of Famer, NFL Hall of Famer, Steve Atwater to the show! Listen as Matt and Steve discuss all things NFL and Bronco's Country!

First Light with Rachel Smalley
On the Land: Young famer Dayna Rowe is encouraging others to join the dairy industry

First Light with Rachel Smalley

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 5:01


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COMFORTABLY ZONED RADIO
Retro Rangers in The Zone 7/7/22

COMFORTABLY ZONED RADIO

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 32:31


George and Ralph welcome Hockey Hall o' Famer, Craig Patrick.A Comfortably Zoned Radio Network/rzt, production. Check out our website. https://comfortablyzonedradio.com/ If you enjoy our offerings, we ask that you get in the habit of accumulating lightly used children's books, and donating them to your local Head Start.

Idle Chatter: Hot Rod Farmer
Hot Rod Famer: Carburetor misbehavior.

Idle Chatter: Hot Rod Farmer

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 68:38


Learn where to look when a carburetor does not perform properly or is showing any other sign of misbehavior.

The Down & Dirty Radio Show
From the Down & Dirty Show Vault: Half of Famer Frank "Butch" Arciero

The Down & Dirty Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 41:12


In this "From the Down & Dirty Show Vault," Jim Beaver has Off-Road Motorsports Hall of Fame inductee Frank "Butch" Arciero on the show talking about his legendary career in off-road and his family's legacy in motorsports.

Highlights from The Pat Kenny Show
An Irish famer making a farming living in Ukraine

Highlights from The Pat Kenny Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 10:13


An Irish farmer in Ukraine who has made the country his home for himself and his family. Pat was joined on the show by farmer Jonathan Clibborn.

Naked Mindset
Episode 320 - Think Like a Famer

Naked Mindset

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 11:41


In today's episode, we talk about the three steps for success as a farmer and how it applies directly to your success even if you've never touched a shovel. Buy Unchained here: www.chrislianos.com/unchained

Stevens Transport Roadside Radio Podcast
Stevens Transport Roadside Radio Podcast Episode 11

Stevens Transport Roadside Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 44:51


Stevens Roundtable - Robert Solimani - Vice President, Stevens Transport at the time-mark of 2:12 Stevens Operations - Brad Alexander,  Director of Intermodal Operations at Stevens Transport at the time-mark of 8:56 Driver Safety-  William Talent - Director of Safety & Training at Stevens Transport discusses how to avoid being distracted while driving at the time-mark of 13:35 Stevens Feature Family Member - Angela Horowitz - Vice President of Administration and Driver Development at Stevens Transport at the time-mark of 17:13 Driver Helath Tips - Bob Perry provides tips to keep moving wehen your truck isn't https://fittopass.espyr.com at the time-mark of 33:17  Tips of Driver Success - 3.4 Million-Miler, HAUL-of Famer, Herbert Floyd talks about something you absolutely need to keep in the cab of your truck at the time-mark of 40:14 Tip of the Stevens Cap - Honoring Stevens Driver, Nikeyta ' Pinky' Matthews and "Wish Kid" for representing Stevens Transport in this year's Mothers Day Make-A-Wish Trucking Convoy at the time-mark of 44:06 For questions on whether you meet our driver qualifications, please call our Recruiting Department at 1-800-333-8595 or visit: https://www.stevenstransport.com/drivers/ If you would like to share YOUR tips for driver success or some of your interesting stories from the road, please contact your host Tim Cicciarelli at tim@inboundpodcasting.com Follow "Trucker Tim", Tim Cicciarelli with InBound Digital Media on Instagram @InBoundDigitalMedia https://www.inbounddigitalmediaagency.com/inbound-podcasting

The Matt Couch Show
UFC Hall of Famer Pat Miletich: Everything is Madness

The Matt Couch Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 94:06


This episode of The Matt Couch Show features a wild conversation between friends Matt Couch and UFC Fall of Famer and former World Champ Pat Miletich about all the latest breaking news stories.You can watch The Matt Couch Show Mon-Fri on Rumble, GETTR, Patriot TV, Twitch, DLive, Foxhole, CloutHub, YouTube, and more at 11 AM EST.You can support The Matt Couch Show by shopping at our apparel company FaithNFreedoms.com Catch all episode of The Matt Couch Show at http://freedomfirstnetwork.com.Be sure to visit Matt Couch's news site http://thedcpatriot.com for breaking news and investigative reporting.

Milwaukee's Tailgate Baseball Podcast
Episode 229 | Halls of Famer

Milwaukee's Tailgate Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2022 73:01


Spring training has arrived and so has former NL MVP Andrew McCutchen to Brewers camp. We talked all about it, the Luis Urias injury and we took some roster questions and talked a little bit about the farm system's standing in the game. Support the podcast on Patreon and receive the Monthly Minor League Extra and Weekly Packers Preview. Music: Fair Weather Fans by The Baseball Project recorded live at WFMU --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mketailgate/message

Elite State of Mind Podcast
ESOM Episode 16 - What is Agape Love

Elite State of Mind Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2022 35:10


00:00:00] Kevin & Jesse: What's going on with family, Kevin and Jesse here with you guys today. Hope you guys are doing creativity. I ain't doing  [00:00:08] I ain't doing amazing. I'm doing amazing. Uh, family. Make sure you guys go ahead, like, uh, follow and subscribe to our YouTube, Facebook and Instagram page. Um, click the bell on YouTube for me, please. Like it. Subscribe and share. Oh man. Uh, also y'all can find us on apple podcasts or Spotify. I'm going to get my life together, family.  [00:00:31] I'll probably, this is my year 22 is my year to get Jesus. I'm going to get him from here this year. I'm promising. Men. Um, but we're going to go ahead and we're going to continue talking about love. Just a quick recap for you guys. A couple of weeks ago, we came to you guys about the filial. Love the brotherly, love what we believe to be the foundation.  [00:00:51] For just about every relationship you're going to have, whether it be, you know, from one person to another, whether it be in business that, that [00:01:00] brotherly love, that friends, that friendship love is such a cornerstone and pillar to those things. And then we moved into the Rolfe law. I hope some of you guys, you know, that might've watched that, uh, when it came out, definitely, uh, ask yourself, do I have an Eros love for me?  [00:01:17] Yeah, I need you guys to excite yourself again and make sure you're given time where it needs to be given. So somebody else doesn't have your time. So today what we're going to get into is that last level of love that, that one, the man it is, I don't know how many of us ever reach or truly experience that a gap, a.  [00:01:43] Um, in layman's terms, it is an unconditional love. It is a man, you know, that love the covers, a multitude of sin. It's a love that, as you said, love being a debt, it paid a debt, and then doesn't come back in a few years, [00:02:00] looking for interest for you to repay, right. It is a love that exchanged the worst of it's the best of itself for the worst, for the worst of you.  [00:02:09] Um, Jesse, what is the gap? I love you. I think you said it best and wet to say it again. Love is a debt that, uh, I'm unable to repay at its highest form and highest level, um, at its deepest depths. It's when I shouldn't and when I don't deserve to be you still bestow the gift of love upon. When you say that that don't deserve.  [00:02:47] Yeah. That don't deserve as man, because nine times out of 10, I don't deserve your love. Listen, to make me think about, you know, I know people familiar, R and B R and B scene [00:03:00] things about tank. Maybe I deserve, he re-released maybe I deserve that. I'm not getting exactly. What is owed to me. Right. Uh, so it, it, it's something that, you know, as we grow, we become aware that, uh, it's something that man I'm unworthy, I've failed.  [00:03:28] I've fallen short of what is needed. And yet it's still in spite of, so the last six months or so the study has been in, in spite of, so the goal is to be able to love in this manner, like you said, the unconditional is, and in spite of, and that's, you know, for us, it's so tough, you know, to deal in that in spite of, to, you know, to [00:04:00] deal with.  [00:04:01] Hey, I know you treat me like some on the bottom of your shoe, but every day I'm still going to wake up and love you. Right. Hey, I know, you know, as, as again, like we said, I'm going to give you the best of me, but what you're going to give me nine times out of 10 is the worst of you. Like you can't tell me the last time we had a string of good days, right?  [00:04:24] Like a solid seven. Oh no, but I still. I need to give you this love and, you know, for most of us, you know, and especially man, you know, when you enter into, you know, being married and then, you know, having children, you got to get that in spite of, oh man. I think now I'm reminded the story of the conversation between, between Jesus and his disciples when they asked him about.  [00:04:55] Marriage. Um, and he [00:05:00] kind of explains the concept that is not just, uh, a human type of situation, but it has to go on to a spiritual place in order for you to operate. And then they're asking like, well, what about this? And what about that? And, you know, he sums it up. I'm like, listen, If you can't be with this individual, in spite of them failing to meet your expectation, then it's best that you stay to yourself because he kind of revealed that, you know, no matter who it is, more than not, they probably are going to fail just like you are very true.  [00:05:41] But if you make this particular decision, you met eight choice. So again, with all the knowledge you still choosing to. Place your love upon this individual and that's what you need to do. Right? And so they go [00:06:00] play who can accept this? This is a hard saying, right? So from that, from that standpoint, when I'm looking at you saying like, Hey everybody is, oh, it's, it's my season.  [00:06:11] Whereas everybody's quick to say it's my time. Well, okay. Okay. You want to say that he just eats your time. We'll let see, because that's what this conversation was when you think. So. Let's see. Don't just love me and assemble when the sun is out and yeah, we can go have great times new. You love me and women.  [00:06:35] Yeah. Do you love me in the fall when it's raining, man, my leaves are falling and ass goes from being green to a little halfway, light brown. And I'm not the best of myself. Do you love me in the store? Yeah. Oh, that's a tough one right there, man. They might stay there for a minute. Do you love me when I'm on tour at night?  [00:06:54] Yeah. What about that? That's tough. Yeah. What about that? Because I think [00:07:00] for, I think for myself, I had to learn. You know, one, what comes along with loving somebody in the storm is you gotta appreciate the stolen because it has a purpose. Hmm. Hmm. Because sometimes if it's a heavy rain, it's going to wash some things away.  [00:07:15] If the winds become, you know, a little catastrophic at times, but some things are gonna blow away and many times you cannot clean something without agitation. And, you know, if you don't give somebody space for chaos, the opportunity for you both to grow one for them to, to grow and come to the knowledge of how do I better deal with myself and you to find a deeper depth of love?  [00:07:44] You're probably never going to reach now. It's easy. No, it's not, it can be some of the suckiest times of your life it's going to be, but I promise you on the other side of that. Yeah. That's when things get special, that's when things that's, [00:08:00] when things get to do that's good. You know, I think it's when we talk about opt-in that just say about the story we're going to the other side, we're going to the other side.  [00:08:11] W it didn't say we might make it possibly. It depends. If we get there by about three 30, then we're going to be good. But if not, I'm not, not sure it's a little shaky. No, we're going to decide. Right. So if you decide to get in the boat with this person or individuals or whatever it is, I understand he, yeah.  [00:08:32] Hold to get to the other side, like you said, you got to go through a little stone. I think one thing you gotta do though, when somebody comes to you and they're like, Hey, let's go to the other side. You either walk up, they bringing in the boat. Yeah. Yeah. Because if you can't deal with what they bring in, whether it's past, whether it's things in that present, whether it's, you know, whatever the case may be.  [00:08:52] Yeah. Whether you're blending the family, whether you're, you know, dealing with somebody coming out of depression, coming to heal from [00:09:00] anxiety, somebody who used to last student chill. So yeah, whatever it is they're bringing in. You got to understand when you say, get in my boat with me? Well, I have now opened up myself to all that you are and all that you will become.  [00:09:17] But then as soon as the boat get Rocky, I want to start tossing your stuff and Brittany go pump the house and you out with it. And we just left the shore. You talking about, hold on. I thought you loved me. I thought I did too. Yeah, I didn't my bed. Not really. Hey, you know, and that's, that's, that's the toughest part, but you know, the, the thing with that OGAP, I love, like you said that in spite of.  [00:09:42] Is it, man, that if you're going to give somebody that unconditional love, it has nothing to do with how they treat. Absolutely not like nothing to do with all absolutely not. So it goes back to that, you know, Hey are [00:10:00] the forethought of what this individual may need before. And before they know they needed that, that care, that anticipation of another's needs, like you said, you know, a couple of episodes ago, you know, one thing that I think is going to be helpful, you know, the older we get, you know, especially if you're dealing in, you know, in, in a relationship with people for, you know, you got to understand that unconditional love.  [00:10:29] There's never going to be fair exchange. You know, one thing, you know, the, we say all the time is fair. She has no robberies, no robbery. Right? That's a good business. Yeah. But in relationships, the exchange is never going to be fair. It's not going to be, even because, you know, on your worst days, if that person chooses to still love you.  [00:10:48] How are you going to repay them? Right. If you have called them outside their name, if you have, you know, made them feel worse than they've ever felt in their life, if you have just blatantly, [00:11:00] you know, foregone all, you know, duties and, and things that you agreed to do right. In your situation. Right. But they still say, okay, tomorrow is going to be a better day.  [00:11:13] Hmm. And then. Do you repay, can you repay, can you repay? No, I don't think so, but this is, this is why, if you are recipient of this, that they then become worthy of the adoration that is going to be due them because when you could not, you didn't have anything to give. They do more to give, like you said, that was your worst day possible.  [00:11:45] They still chose to give that to you. Anyway, that's a tall order though. It's huge. Cause that's a, that's a tall, that's a tall, it's huge. That's a tall order to love somebody at their absolute worst. [00:12:00] Somebody didn't have spin up the mortgage money. Yeah. A couple months in a row. See it. And that, that type of situation is one that, you know, individuals needs really consider before you say I do, because, well, what if this person for like 30 days says I don't.  [00:12:22] And you day spin up that more. I get some money then what? You're still supposed to love it. Yeah. But so often for us, oh, you don't lie, but I tell you who does tell you who does and don't do because you did, but you have the audacity. To tell me mitigated gong. Yeah. And that's the, you know, that, that's just the toughest part about dealing in that, in that unconditional love, you know, I was talking to my sister earlier and you know, I think the thing that, you know, we have to [00:13:00] realize is that so often we will, man, we'll be in prayer.  [00:13:03] We'll be trying to do all types of things. You know, I w I want to manifest this perfect love. You know, for myself, I want to, I want this type of person, however you get there, but then here's what happens. Here's what happens again on the off chance. Yes. You run across this individual. Now. Here's what was told to me, family.  [00:13:24] Again, shout out to my sister level, you know, the death, she said don't fumble to. Don't come up, looking homeless and hungry because you didn't take the time to grow because you didn't want to listen to sound doctrine and understand how to handle. Yeah. You said individual. Cause that's what you said you wanted now you may not have understood everything that came along with it.  [00:13:49] Right. And that's okay. To an extent to, you know, but don't, I don't be out there looking bad and sad at the end because you messed it up. [00:14:00] Right. Right. Like that's the, that's the tough part. That is very, that's tough. That's very tough to know that, Hey, I asked for this and I got it and did not know how to care for it or keep it.  [00:14:18] Go ahead and expound on that for us for a moment. Okay. So most of the time people in, in terms of their, you know, relationship endeavors, especially those of the household of faith, like you said, he was going to say, Hey, I'm going to manifest this. I'm going, I'm going to speak this thing. Um, until it becomes a reality and yes, you can do that.  [00:14:38] But here's the thing, here's the thing you keep saying, you keep saying it and you begin to operate in there. And most of the time. You, you're not going to receive it until you begin to move on it. Very. Okay. So once you begin to, once you begin to walk in and then you can receive these particular gifts and people forget that when [00:15:00] you ask another person you're asking, you're asking God for a gift for him to give you a gift of one of his most beloved, one of his most precious things that he.  [00:15:14] So children are the heritage of the Lord and some of the womb is his reward. You're asking him to give that to you to bring that into your life because I'm so tired. I'm just, I just think. Right. Okay, great. So this happens then what then what are you prepared? Are you prepared? This is for the fellas. Are you prepared to actually, uh, provide.  [00:15:41] And, and to protect, are you prepared to actually cultivate, to serve and to serve. Are these things a part of, have they been a part of your study more than often than not, you know? Cause you know, we say, oh, I want this person. I want to marry this person. And oh yeah. I love like Christ loved the [00:16:00] church and have no earthly idea of whoa, what we're getting into.  [00:16:03] Have no earthly idea what that really means. Like before you even get to get into the cross, you got to go to, oh, let me put the air back on. Cause my homie did your dirty. I think that date, like, it's that deep, you know, I shout out to Peter though. That's my dog, you know? I mean, you think about what Paul said when brother said, man, he counted me faithful.  [00:16:28] Yeah. Somebody who was a blast Famer. Yeah. A persecutor. Yeah, but he entrusted Paul with the gospel still after all the things he did. But then I, as a man have the nerve to say, I'm going to take this woman and love her. Um, a little bit. And the thing, the thing that we don't really understand is when I say that I've set my affection upon you.  [00:16:54] When I say that, now I have that. You're the one that is going to be the queen of my [00:17:00] castle. Oh, well now I have. Let me sit you over here to the side. Okay, God, again, I'm going to take one of your most precious things and I'm going to look after I'm going to be the one that provides and protects. And so then when you hurt this individual's feelings, you know, worry about nobody else comes to knock at your door.  [00:17:21] You getting one of these, Hey dog. You remember when we had that conversation? Like yeah, you do you remember the conversations and the things you told me you were going to do?  [00:17:33] Yeah. Well, what happened? And see what had happened was like, Adam, is that a woman you see ditches over here? You know, um, she's real convincing you trying to make up something when the reality is, man, he ain't tried to hit all that. The only none of that. It's like, if you don't show up to work, [00:18:00] your job don't care.  [00:18:00] Why you didn't show up why you were late. Like Kevin Hart said it was a dear brother, dear bro in the road. Y'all can see that dear brother, like, man, why didn't you leave 10 minutes earlier? Why didn't you clock into work? Yeah. Yeah. The preparation man prior. Preparation prevents poor performance. Very, very true.  [00:18:23] Now you've got to, I don't think many people ask, like, look what we're talking about goes both ways, ladies. You're not off the hook either. There's been much fumbling of the bag once you even receive it. Okay. So you're not off the hook either, but, but more often than not live would not. We're not preparing, we're not preparing properly.  [00:18:46] For that, which we asked for. Right. We don't just hop up and go to just hop up and go to the gym. Nope. work stuff and go to the gym. Shouldn't be in there. We see them. We [00:19:00] do it's travesty, but you shouldn't don't you should probably have a plan. You know, there's some sweats. Yes. Some, some sort of gym shoe, you know, something might be, yeah.  [00:19:11] You know, YouTube was out there and a lot of videos, you know, about working out stuff like that. Like I said, you get your little plan something. Yeah. But now we just get in there and then two weeks in, I tore my rotator cuff. Cause I'm trying to do back, flips off the pull up bar, man. Yeah. And I'd probably ended myself or somebody else for sure.  [00:19:32] A little, because like you said, I haven't first studied myself. I haven't, you know, studied this other individual. So now when I get out of control yeah. I've not only hurt myself, but then as well. Yeah. Yeah. And that's, you know, that's, that's, that's a tough one. Sometimes come back from it is sometimes you can, sometimes you can not because they may not be operating in that unconditional love.  [00:19:59] It's very [00:20:00] true. You know, and that's, and I think, you know, many times. Just because we're operating in that, I feel like you have to be right. That's not what that person is more often than not. It's not where they're going to be more than likely part of the reason that you're able to come together, that they're on the path they're on their way.  [00:20:25] Let's, let's not get it a confused. Don't try that. Don't try to pull somebody along vacuum. That's being stagnated. Don't try to pull them into this ramble glove when the main man, they just want you for your hero. Hey, now you need, you need where to calls you need the way to cost. Is it worth it? If it is.  [00:20:47] I mean, that's what you, whoever you pray to at night. Yeah. If it's not, don't go in that house and don't do it. You don't want to take your heroes into an, a guy paid around. [00:21:00] Cause again, you try to make a what's temporary forever. This is you can't, you can't take this type and, and, and give it to everyone.  [00:21:12] I don't, I don't think so. No like that to me, that unconditional love you are more than likely. You're probably going to have it for one person. Oh, goodness. That's my opinion. Family. Tell me if you agree, or if you disagree, but you are going to have an unconditional love for one person, because most of the time we have.  [00:21:31] Some set limits, you know, I'll, I'll take this much, you know, from you, I take this much from my kids. I'll take this much from the parents. I'll take this much from my coworkers. Yeah. You know, I swear if Johnny come by here one more time and knock this, this desk basket with these reports, um, which left him khakis off of it.  [00:21:53] It's going to be a wrong, you know, I'll, he's going to hear the glass shatter and good old Jr. And I'm [00:22:00] passing out stutters. Yeah. But you know, that, that unconditional, because that takes a lot. It does take a lot of it. It takes, it takes a lot, you know, to try to operate in that because when somebody figures out that they're getting, you know, just a little bit of that, amen.  [00:22:17] They're going to test that thing. Oh yeah. They're going to, who they're going to. As far as they can, let me see how far I can go before I almost get choked. You know, how, how far can I push you in the limits of your peace? Because I'm so used to dealing in, you know, whatever realm I was over here, whether it was my parents, let me do whatever I wanted to do.  [00:22:40] Whether it was when I went to school, I was, you know, the guy and I never got in trouble for my actions. Were there. I was just the smartest cat. So I never had to study, you know, there was always something that allowed me to not, you know, have to have any care or concern for how I treated people in the world.  [00:22:58] Yeah. [00:23:00] And so when I figure out again, oh man, you know, you're just going to love me through everything. Okay. Well, let's see. Look right. When does your everything. See, here's the thing. A lot of people don't understand, like when you get to this particular level, does it stop? You know, they asked the question, well, how many times in the particular day am I supposed to forgive this individual?  [00:23:25] He tells them 70 times. It's that's seven and most people, they, they take that as unlimited, but no question that is a math problem with an answer. So therefore it has a solution. Okay. So because of that, it has an old 2000 rollover minutes, D and D, and then y'all got to happy with the other live on the plan.  [00:23:48] You can call folks before nine o'clock blessing. Listen. But when you got that bill, that first time that you, you can win over and you went home, you didn't beat. Oh my God. [00:24:00] I feel, you know, I, you know, I, I think what we don't, but we don't understand so often is that people with. And I think as people we strive to want to love people through their faults, to want to love people through, you know, some of the muck and mire, because we all have a past, we all have things that have shaped and molded us into who we are, but that doesn't mean that this other individual doesn't have principles.  [00:24:23] Right. And it is an unfair situation for me to ask the love you have for me to supersede the principles you have for yourself. For sure. You know, again, for those of us that are of the household, You know, God has principles. He was a man of principle and you know, we so often on, you know, yeah, it's this unconditional disregard pay love.  [00:24:46] He does. Yeah. But when he said not even an iota, right, it's going to get it right. Not even not older as saying that's what he meant. So I can test them all. I want, I can do whatever I want [00:25:00] to do. Y'all still love yesterday. I'm going to live all kinds of ways and do all kinds of things. I still love you.  [00:25:06] Oh, I didn't die. Okay. I get to get in. No, sorry about that. Be don't look like you're going to the left to the left, you know, and then how, how many of us, you know, just, you know, just, just for the brush, how many of us, you know, treat this woman? Call out a name. Don't do the things that we're supposed to do was men, but then get mad right when she had enough.  [00:25:34] Yeah. When her principals finally meet the principals kick in. Yeah. And okay. Hey, and it's, it's not, you know, I think, you know, the worst part is when somebody leave you in peace. Yeah. And it's not a knockdown drag out and it's not a, they're not cussing and tossing your stuff out in the yard. Yeah. Yeah.  [00:25:53] But when they just, all right, well, Hey, you know what, I'm not saying you can't play in this, in this league, but you just can't play for [00:26:00] this tape. That's a maternity. Right. That's the individual that's matured in love, right? Because they have a love for themselves. It's I'm not, I'm not going to give you that type of energy.  [00:26:09] I'm not going to let you get me a ride up and tell you what stuff. Right.  [00:26:16] If he don't come pick me up up the curve by Thursday, trash is coming to pick it on up. Okay. God bless. You may keep you in college, his face shine upon you. My number no more that you blocked. You're blocked this message at the end of this, this whole mission. Impossible.  [00:26:34] Don't blew up pretty much in this and that's all you got. Right. But then all our feelings are hurt because we missed out on because now that. Right. Like, I always missed the sun when it stopped shining. Oh, I just wish it was warm again. But then in the summertime, y'all cussing out the weatherman. When he talking about it's a 98, he didn't dicks listen.  [00:26:57] And his brother just tried to do his job. Yeah. We [00:27:00] just letting you know it's going to be 102 for the next three weeks. Okay. Prepare yourself. Govern yourself accordingly. Listen, I've got to go back and say this right here. Uh, it's an NHL job. To love everybody through everything. I just, I just want to throw that out there.  [00:27:18] Don't tell me that people want to do that. They feel like because they, you know, are striving for this type of love. That means they have to share it and shower everyone that they meet. With this particular, no, man, if y'all don't stop that. Hey, you know what, and again, if you're a person of faith and you disagree with me, that is just perfectly fine.  [00:27:40] That's your prerogative. I tell you, like, you know, Hey, I need a little bit more holy ghost in here. Maybe that's what I need to give me a little bit less. My, and they say all the time when he lived with my whole Legos left. Cause. No, I don't, I don't have that type of energy and patience for every single individual.  [00:27:57] It would be great if I did, [00:28:00] it would be great if I did, but I ain't got it. I'm not there yet in my walk with Christ. There's only one. I do the mark in the void. There's only one. He didn't do like, Ooh, there's only one that can do that is capable of that. For for everyone. That's not us. That's not our calling the truth.  [00:28:20] It's not. So stop beating your head against the table, trying to make sure you get some and you hit some too. It doesn't. No, because I just don't know if you can truly, truly give that to everybody with the energy and effort that you have to put out, right with the study, the care and concern you have to give to an infant.  [00:28:45] Um, to get to a place where one you, because I, I don't, you know, and again, you know, family comment and tell me if you disagree. I don't think this, this is this level of love. Isn't something that's developed, you know, in three [00:29:00] months, in six months, it takes time. And I think at first starts with, it's going to be a conscious choice that I am striving for you to give you this unconditional love.  [00:29:15] And again, it's a choice. So there may come a day in time when I choose not to the same way you may choose not to because it just man. Yeah. But we have, we have to see if we're going to put in, you know, that amount of work for each other. Yeah. Cause that's that that's a lot for sure. That that's a lot.  [00:29:36] What role does the fellatio and the Eros love play in the got Baylor.  [00:29:45] It plays a small role, but it also depends upon, you know, like you said, Hey, we're talking about potentially the marriage construct, then it's going to play a part. [00:30:00] But I think, I think this is a, because it is the highest level. It doesn't play a major part. Right. It'll feed into it a little bit. Um, especially for married individuals.  [00:30:11] Yes. You're going to need that physical. That keeps you close. These are the instructions there, right? Right. You're going to need to be able to. Have solid conversations as friends do some real conversation, some open ones, so I can get to them that that is the key to intimacy. Man. People, people are understanding intimacy into me.  [00:30:32] I see. Then how do we do this by having an actual conversation about who you really are? So you got to pull your shades down and be vulnerable and be like, you know, every now and again, bro, I just feel like I just want to haul off and slap somebody. I really don't know where this comes from. Maybe it's from my father, possibly from my mother.  [00:30:51] I really don't understand, but I know for a fact, my grandfathers used to get around every now and again, it's not carrying a few people, so maybe it's just a part of the DNA somewhere, but I [00:31:00] feel that way. Let's talk about it. Let's make sure I ain't really around here slapping folks because that's. Right.  [00:31:05] I feel like you used the word vulnerable and for that, that unconditional love, I think that is one of the secret ingredients. Yes. Because if I say that I'm going to give you this. love this unconditional love, then you need to see. Get naked with you. Yes, emotionally, you know, in my mind so that you can see that I'm really trying to get down through this thing with you, because I don't know if you ever really want a hundred percent, believe me.  [00:31:37] If you've never see my own nakedness. Right. And trying to do that for you in terms of you being, you know, um, like you said, I'm, I'm naked emotionally, I'm naked, mentally. What afraid to share those things that you've been asshole spiritually. That's the deepest to me that really kind of seals that thing.  [00:31:55] Right. I can get spiritual with you and [00:32:00] share my particular journey and my growth process and those types of things. But you know, you can't share that with everybody. No, yes. It's not because some people just want to know that to use it against you. Right. Right. And that's, you know, that's unfortunate, but that's what has my sister said, baby?  [00:32:18] You got to have better design though. Yes. You got to be able to deserve that, that he looked through. And see dry land agreed. Evil duals is out there. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, guard your heart with all diligence, right? That's what it's talking about that you gotta know to, to whom you can into them. You cannot, it's not for everybody.  [00:32:39] You, the reality is is you are not for everyone and you gotta be okay with it. And I think sometimes we're just not. Yeah. I don't know if that's the Facebook age in a sense that maybe, you know, I need all the friends. And so then in real life, when I'm not getting likes in real life, when I'm not getting comments in real life, my feelings [00:33:00] get hurt.  [00:33:00] Right. Because somebody disagrees with me, right. Because somebody has a different opinion than me. And now we don't sit the same saddle in, instead of. Trying to grow and listen to these, you know, other opinions or just having the maturity. Okay. Well then we just don't need the rock right on, on any level and that's just fine.  [00:33:20] That's okay. I want to just, no, no. Let me chase after you for 30 more years now, man. Let's let's let's not do those things, family disagree before we go. What joy, what piece do we find that I got bay love, man. Definitely the piece is going to be there because, you know, you're making a conscious decision to give what another can not repay.  [00:33:48] Hmm. Um, and the joy that comes from that is you're operating in a strength that is not your own. Right, right. Because you're making this decision to [00:34:00] say, you know, And in spite of what you made, say, do think, feel in spite of how you may act this gift is for you. I agree, family. The thing that I want to leave you with is that in that a God bay love first, you know, like all the other levels of love, do you have an unconditional love?  [00:34:24] Do you, you know, on days when you weren't, when you weren't your best, do you begin to cuss yourself out? Do you begin to now speak ill of your own life? Um, because you don't want those things. You don't want those seeds to get planted in your subconscious, you know, and then, you know, one thing that I want you guys to take one concept that I want you guys to take from, you know, from the unconditional love, is that in that, in that, uh, God by love, because it covers so many things, is that you're not always going to know what, okay.  [00:34:52] It looks like. But in unconditional love, you're always going to be okay, family. We should do. Thank you guys for tuning in with [00:35:00] us today. Make sure you guys are like follow and subscribe on our YouTube, Facebook and Instagram page. Check us out on apple podcasts and Spotify. Always guys, we hope you were able to listen, learn and grow.  [00:35:10] We will talk to you guys later.

The Midday Show
Hour 1 - Richard Seymour is a Hall a Famer

The Midday Show

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 11, 2022 34:44


In the first hour of today's show Andy & Randy talked about the 2022 NFL Hall of Fame class and the NFL Award show last night before jumping into a recap and review of the NBA Trade Deadline. Later in the hour Brian joins for "Big Deal, Small Deal, No Deal." 

Podland Tennis Talk with Scott Ficks
A Conversation With A Legend: Halls Of Fame Coach Ron "Famer" Albers Joins Me This Week

Podland Tennis Talk with Scott Ficks

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 9, 2022 45:39


My second guest is Ron "Famer" Albers, a national championship winning coach for the Vincennes University Trailblazers, multiple Halls of Fame member, my coach, and a lifelong Bengals fan joins me. We discuss some tennis, pickleball, college tennis opportunities, and more. At least he doesn't make me throw up again!

Dad Bod Golf Pod - A DAILY Golf Podcast
Luke List Wins The Famer's Insurance Open

Dad Bod Golf Pod - A DAILY Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2022 42:17


Episode 131 LET'S GOOOO We recap The Farmer's Insurance Open and celebrate Kyle's birthday! Lot's of fun takes and things you may have missed from over the weekend! Congrats to Luke List on winning his FIRST PGA Tournament! Enjoy! Support Our Sponsors! Betonline.ag - From Football, Basketball, Boxing, right to your favorite Vegas Casino games, don't wait to take advantage of all the amazing offers available for the 2021 season. BetOnline is the fastest and easiest way to BET all your favorite sports. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Use Coupon Code: BLEAV for a 50% Welcome BONUS on your first deposit Swannies.co - Swannies is a modern brand for golfers who want to look good regardless of where they're playing (or how well). Perfect for Dadbods! Use coupon code DADBODGOLFPOD-25 for 25% off your next order! PrimoGolfApparel.com - Get AHEAD of the curve and check out their amazing selection of joggers. The material is incredible. The fit is superb. And the look will be sure to turn heads. Use coupon code dadpod15 for 15% off your next order! Twitter: https://twitter.com/dadbodgolfpod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dadbodgolfpod Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DadBodGolfPod

Gunn On One with Derrick Gunn
56. Brian Westbrook | Philadelphia Eagles Hall Of Famer & NFL Analyst

Gunn On One with Derrick Gunn

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 46:44


The Playoffs are here! Eagles Half of Famer, Brian Westbrook, joins the show to break down the Eagles season as well as what he expects from the birds this weekend going into Tampa. Follow Gunn On One on social: Twitter - https://twitter.com/GunnOnOne Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/gunnonone/ Follow Derrick Gunn on social: Twitter - https://twitter.com/RealDGunn On the web: gunnonone.com

Breaking Tables Podcast
Breaking Tables w/ BILLS ELVIS

Breaking Tables Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 66:12


We're joined with Bills Mafia Wall of Famer, Bills Elvis. AKA, John Lang! He'll be on for the beginning portion to talk with us about him, Bills, and #BillsMafia!We'll also preview the up coming game, Bills vs Panthers, and what we'll need to do to keep in the playoff seeding! This is the last leg of the season, so buckle up and prepare for eye and earholes to get wet AF!

Wrestling With The Future
WWE HALL F FAMER POLISH POWER IVAN PUTSKI

Wrestling With The Future

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 74:27


"POLISH  POWER"Ivan Putski-(Jozef Bednarski)   Ivan Putski is a former professional wrestler and bodybuilder, best known by the nicknames "The Polish Hammer" and "Polish Power". Putski is a former WWF World Tag Team Champion with Tito Santana. He had a notable feud with Superstar Billy Graham over the WWF Championship, which led to many pose-downs, arm wrestling bouts, and long matches between the two. Other rivals included The Iron Sheik, Ivan Koloff, and Jesse Ventura, who would refer to Putski as "Puduski" when commentating for the WWF. Putski was the first Polish wrestler to perform in the WWF (now WWE). Putski wrestled his last match for NWA New Jersey as he defeated King Kong Bundy by disqualification on February 27, 1999. Early career (1968–1974) Putski won the NWA Texas Tag Team Championship with Jose Lothario twice in 1973.[1] Putski was a fixture on the Dallas-Ft. Worth wrestling scene and was one of its most popular personalities. He was routinely the feature act at The Sportatorium, a wrestling-only arena in an industrial section near Downtown Dallas. Putski's act consisted of being a happy-go-lucky, often aloof buffoon, who would "miraculously" pin his opponent. Putski was often introduced as a former concentration camp survivor, only adding to his sympathetic appeal to audiences of all ages. In mid-1974, Putski worked with the American Wrestling Association.[1] It his time in the AWA that Putski also first clashed with Superstar Billy Graham. Prior to leaving the AWA, Ivan dropped most of his weight by getting into bodybuilding. Ivan kept himself fairly trim at the 215 - 220 pound mark. World (Wide) Wrestling Federation (1974–1987) Putski debuted in the World Wide Wrestling Federation (WWWF) in 1974.[2] While in the WWWF, Putski feuded with many wrestlers, including Bruiser Brody, Stan Hansen and Ivan Koloff.[2] On June 25, 1976 at Showdown at Shea, Putski defeated Baron Mikel Scicluna.[1][5] Four years later on August 9, Putski was again victorious at the next Showdown at Shea, defeating Johnny Rodz.[1] He also resumed his feud with Superstar Billy Graham. On October 22, 1979, Putski teamed with a young rookie Tito Santana to defeat Johnny and Jerry Valiant to win the WWF World Tag Team Championship.[1] They held the title for six months before losing it to The Wild Samoans.[2] Putski worked in the renamed World Wrestling Federation (WWF) in the 1980s, primarily feuding with Roddy Piper and Sgt. Slaughter. He took a hiatus from wrestling in 1986. He soon returned to the independent circuit, also making occasional appearances in the WWF as a jobber to the stars. His last high-profile feud was in 1984 with Jesse Ventura. His final appearance was in 1987 teaming on television with Junkyard Dog and Superstar Billy Graham in tag team matches. He then retired from the sport. Other promotions (1981–1986) He began to slow down his career in the 1980s.[2] He won his last tag team championship in May 1981, teaming with Wahoo McDaniel to defeat Dory Funk, Jr. and Larry Lane for the SWCW World Tag Team Championship.[1] In November 1985, Randy Savage defeated Ivan Putski in the opening round of the Wrestling Classic.[1] Return to Wrestling (1991-1992) After his run in the WWF, several promotions, and his semi-retirement, Putski returned to the ring in 1991. Putski made an appearance for International World Class Championship Wrestling teaming with his son, Scott to defeat the Masked Iraqis. Also made an appearance for Global Wrestling Federation in 1992 teaming with Gary Young against Tom and Mike Davis in a no contest. Return to WWF (1995, 1997) In 1995, Putski was inducted into the WWF Hall of Fame class of 1995 by his son, Scott.[2] The father-and-son team returned in July 1997 to defeat Jerry Lawler and Brian Christopher on Raw is War, in what would be Putski's final match. International Championship Wrestling (1996) In 1996, he joined International Championship Wrestling, as a face. He won several matches in the company, and he was billed as a tough guy.

Karraker & Smallmon
Karraker & Smallmon – November 10th, 2021

Karraker & Smallmon

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 132:06


7:00 – Blues win 3-2 in SO and Local CBB teams win 7:15 – Ask Uncle Randy! 7:30 – TIOLI 7:45 – Illinois Head Football Coach Bret Bielema 8:00 – Fresh Take: Blues defeat Jets 3-2 in SO 8:15 – You're Killing Me Smalls 8:30 – The Fight 8:45 – Mizzou DL Darius Robinson 9:00 – Today's Big Thing: Baseball needs to tread lightly... 9:15 – Blues Analyst & Hll of Famer, Bernie Federko 9:30 – USA Today Sports MLB Columnist Bob Nightengale 9:45 – The Crossover with Danny Mac

Broncos Country BLITZ!!!
BCB Reaction: The Denver Broncos trade Franchise LB Von Miller to the L.A. Rams

Broncos Country BLITZ!!!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 5:58


In a move many people knew could happen before the trade deadline, the Broncos traded Von Miller on Monday to the Los Angeles Rams for two 2022 NFL Draft Picks. While it's sad to see Von go, we received great value in terms of draft picks in return, which includes a 2nd and 3rd Round pick. Von will be a future Hall of Famer and Ring of Famer, but for now the move made sense for the Broncos in terms of where they stand in the NFL Landscape this season. #vonmiller #unitedinorange #broncos #broncoscountry #horsepower #broncosfan #nfl #cromwellsports #podcast

Bull in the Basement
Bull in the Basement with 6x Pro Bowl Bill and my friend Kyle Williams

Bull in the Basement

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 35:14


Its another edition of Bull in the Basement getting you #billsmafia #billsbackers #billsfans pumped for Monday night. I'm joined by recent Buffalo Sports Hall of Famer, future Bills Wall of Famer, and great team leader who languished for over a decade in the drought. He's a Southerner who built his family in Buffalo and built a forever fan base as well. We talk his time here, what hes doing with football now, and how he became such a damn good golfer! Enjoy, laugh, and learn with my guest Kyle Williams

Hastings, Harris and Dover
10-15-21 Shannon Sharpe FULL INTERVIEW

Hastings, Harris and Dover

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 16:55


HR 1: Avalanche take on the Blues tomorrow, could be missing key players. HR 2: Broncos newest Ring of Famer, Mike Shanahan, joins the show here. HR 3: We take a look at the Broncos, Raiders game happening this weekend. HR 4: The great Shannon Sharpe joins us here to talk Coach Shanahan as well as what it takes to be great.

Hastings, Harris and Dover

HR 1: Avalanche take on the Blues tomorrow, could be missing key players. HR 2: Broncos newest Ring of Famer, Mike Shanahan, joins the show here. HR 3: We take a look at the Broncos, Raiders game happening this weekend. HR 4: The great Shannon Sharpe joins us here to talk Coach Shanahan as well as what it takes to be great.

Hastings, Harris and Dover

HR 1: Avalanche take on the Blues tomorrow, could be missing key players. HR 2: Broncos newest Ring of Famer, Mike Shanahan, joins the show here. HR 3: We take a look at the Broncos, Raiders game happening this weekend. HR 4: The great Shannon Sharpe joins us here to talk Coach Shanahan as well as what it takes to be great.

Hastings, Harris and Dover

HR 1: Avalanche take on the Blues tomorrow, could be missing key players. HR 2: Broncos newest Ring of Famer, Mike Shanahan, joins the show here. HR 3: We take a look at the Broncos, Raiders game happening this weekend. HR 4: The great Shannon Sharpe joins us here to talk Coach Shanahan as well as what it takes to be great.

Hastings, Harris and Dover
Mike Shanahan Interview FULL 10 - 15 - 21

Hastings, Harris and Dover

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 14:06


HR 1: Avalanche take on the Blues tomorrow, could be missing key players. HR 2: Broncos newest Ring of Famer, Mike Shanahan, joins the show here. HR 3: We take a look at the Broncos, Raiders game happening this weekend. HR 4: The great Shannon Sharpe joins us here to talk Coach Shanahan as well as what it takes to be great.

Hastings, Harris and Dover

HR 1: Avalanche take on the Blues tomorrow, could be missing key players. HR 2: Broncos newest Ring of Famer, Mike Shanahan, joins the show here. HR 3: We take a look at the Broncos, Raiders game happening this weekend. HR 4: The great Shannon Sharpe joins us here to talk Coach Shanahan as well as what it takes to be great.

Radio Baseball Cards
Lou Brock on Importance of His Breaking Stolen Base Record

Radio Baseball Cards

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 1:39


Lou Brock (June 18, 1939 – September 6, 2020) began his 19-year MLB career with the 1961 Chicago Cubs but spent the majority of his big league career as a left fielder for the St. Louis Cardinals. Brock was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1985 and the St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame in 2014. He was a special instructor coach for the St. Louis Cardinals.Brock was best known for his base stealing, breaking Ty Cobb's all-time major league career steals record and Maury Wills's single-season record. Brock was an All-Star for six seasons and the NL stolen base leader for eight seasons. He led the NL in doubles and triples in 1968. He also led the NL in singles in 1972, and was the runner-up for the NL Most Valuable Player Award in 1974.

Radio Baseball Cards
Rickey Henderson on Breaking Stolen Base Record

Radio Baseball Cards

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 1:40


Rickey Henderson was left fielder who played for nine teams from 1979 to 2003, including four separate tenures with his original team, the Oakland Athletics. Nicknamed the "Man of Steal", he is widely regarded as baseball's greatest leadoff hitter and baserunner. He holds the major league records for career stolen bases, runs, unintentional walks and leadoff home runs. At the time of his last major league game in 2003, the ten-time American League (AL) All-Star ranked among the sport's top 100 all-time home run hitters and was its all-time leader in walks. In 2009, he was inducted to the Baseball Hall of Fame on his first ballot appearance.Henderson holds the single-season record for stolen bases (130 in 1982) and is the only player in AL history to steal 100 bases in a season, having done so three times. His 1,406 career steals is 50% higher than the previous record of 938 by Lou Brock. Henderson is the all-time stolen base leader for the Oakland Athletics and previously held the New York Yankees' franchise record from 1988 to 2011. He was among the league's top ten base stealers in 21 different seasons.Henderson was named the AL's Most Valuable Player in 1990, and he was the lead-off hitter for two World Series champions: the 1989 Oakland A's and the 1993 Toronto Blue Jays. A 12-time stolen base champion, Henderson led the league in runs five times. His 25-year career elevated Henderson to the top ten in several other categories, including career at-bats, games, and outfield putouts and total chances. His high on-base percentage, power hitting, and stolen base and run totals made him one of the most dynamic players of his era. He was further known for his unquenchable passion for playing baseball and a buoyant, eccentric, and quotable personality that both perplexed and entertained fans. Once asked if he thought Henderson was a future Hall of Famer, statistician Bill James replied, "If you could split him in two, you'd have two Hall of Famers."

Bull in the Basement
Bull in the Basement with all time Bills great Steve Tasker

Bull in the Basement

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 56:29


Bull in the Basement Bills week 1 episodes continue with Wall of Famer, 7x Pro Bowler (only ST'er ever to win MVP in Pro Bowl),Network NFL analyst, co-host of One Bills Live, cigar lover, actor, and Dad, Steve Tasker joins. We talk his career HS to the pros. We talk the current Bills and the expectations in 2021. We talk cigars, acting, and ice cream too. Enjoy and please share with all of #billsmafia #buffalo #billsnation #buffalobills Also, subscribe to my youtube channel Bull in the Basement and listen everywhere to this and all the Bull in the Basement podcasts on spotify (search Bull in the Basement)

Radio Baseball Cards
Hall of Famer Ralph Kiner on Hank Greenberg's Influence

Radio Baseball Cards

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 1:37


Ralph Kiner (October 27, 1922 – February 6, 2014) was a beloved player and broadcaster. An outfielder, Kiner played for the Pittsburgh Pirates, Chicago Cubs, and Cleveland Indians from 1946 through 1955. Following his retirement, Kiner served from 1956 through 1960 as general manager of the Pacific Coast League San Diego Padres. He also served as an announcer for the New York Mets from the team's inception until his death. Though injuries forced his retirement from active play after 10 seasons, Kiner led all of his National League contemporaries in hitting between 1946 and 1952. He was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1975.After his death, baseball writer Marty Noble named Kiner "one of baseball's genuine and most charming gentlemen".

The Berardo Podcast
#120 | Making Movies

The Berardo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2021 61:25


I chat with Berardo Podcast "Hall-a-Famer" and actor, Chris Levine. We talk about his new movies coming out later this year, #TheHandler and #BadBonesMovie as well as his previous films. We also share our thoughts on social media, this new variant, that vaccine thing and much more. Be sure to follow Chris on TikTok, Facebook and Instagram @onlychrislevine to see all his upcoming movies and content. Feel free to listen to this and every episode of The Berardo Podcast for free on all platforms including YouTube. Click below to see the full video.. https://youtu.be/-11H828KC-A

Hindi And English Stories And Poems
Aesop's Fables-The Famer And The Strok

Hindi And English Stories And Poems

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2021 1:35


Aesop's Fables-The Famer And The Strok

Wellington Mornings with Nick Mills
Friday Faceoff: Famer Protests, Covid vaccines and Wellington's most famous orca

Wellington Mornings with Nick Mills

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2021 30:47


Economist Brad Olsen and lawyer Brigitte Morten joined Nick in the studio to wrap the week, discussing the farmer protests, Covid vaccines and the Viking Bay's arrival in Wellington with Covid-infected crew members.Also on the agenda - why Wellingtonians suddenly became interested in a baby orca and English football on the same week!LISTEN ABOVE

Indie Film Hustle® - A Filmmaking Podcast with Alex Ferrari
IFH 483: Exploring the Actor's Process - Inside His Greatest Roles with Edward James Olmos

Indie Film Hustle® - A Filmmaking Podcast with Alex Ferrari

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2021 81:17


Our guest today is 80s star, multiple-awards film, and theater actor, and activist, Edward James Olmos. Olmos's roles in films or TV shows like Stand and Deliver, Battlestar Galactica, broadway musical and film Zoot Suit, Blade Runner as detective Gaff, and many others are some of the most memorable of all time and he's still dominating our screens. While I could not resist talking about his iconic roles over several decades, we mainly discussed Olmos' new must-see film, Chasing Wonders.The picturesque Australian/British drama was the official selection at the Adelaide film festival in 2020. The beautiful cinematography of the film was shot over a five years period to authentically capture the coming of age story by screenwriter, Judy Morris. Chasing Wonders is a story of hope, possibility adventure, and overcoming your past - a heart-warming story of a young boy, who, encouraged by his grandfather (Olmos) to live a life of hope and possibility, takes off on the adventure of a lifetime to find the magical Emu Plains. His journey through the lush landscapes of Australia and Spain leads him to the heart of the human condition – learning to acknowledge the complexity of what comes before us but struggling not to be defined by the past.The Hollywood Walk of Famer earned an Academy nomination for Best Actor in the 1988 drama, Stand and Deliver. He gave a stellar lead performance as Bolivian- American educator Jaime Alfonso Escalante Gutiérrez. Olmos filmography is quite extensive. Literally, the man has stayed booked and busy since 1974. He's appeared in over 130 films, TV shows, and plays.One of his outstanding roles is perhaps,  Lieutenant Martin Castillo in the Miami Vice (1984) as a series regular. A fan-favorite for sure. But if we do talk about Lieutenant Castillo we must mention Olmos' role as Detective Gaff in Blade Runner (1982) and a brief reprise in the sequel Blade Runner 2049 (2017).Gaff is the Los Angeles police officer who detains and escorts Deckard (Harrison Ford) throughout his mission as a ‘Blade Runner' to track down bioengineered humanoids known as replicants and terminally "retire" them.Olmos showed the world his versatility in both the Broadway play and film adaptation of the musical comedy, Zoot Suit. The story weaves the real-life events of the Sleepy Lagoon murder trial - resulting in the racially fueled Zoot Suit Riots throughout Los Angeles. Olmos portrays El Pachuco, an idealized Zoot Suiter, who functions as narrator throughout the story and serves as Henry's conscience in both adaptations.Honestly, I could go on and on down Olmos' filmography, but we can't spotlight all of his other spectacular films right now. So, let's get into this interview, shall we?

Hard Shop Life
Interview with NFL Hall Famer Fran Tarkenton

Hard Shop Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2021 51:26


In this episode of the podcast, G-Man and Coach J talk to NFL Hall of Fame quarterback, and extremely successful entrepreneur, Fran Tarkenton. Playing in the NFL for 18 seasons, Fran set multiple career records and was widely regarded as one of the best to ever play the game. Shortly after his retirement he was

Up and Adam In The Morning
Famer's Market is Back Back for Real!

Up and Adam In The Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2021 5:26


Famer's Market is Back Back for Real! Adam talks with SLO Farmer's Market Manager, Whitney Chaney about the return of Famer's the way we rememeber it pre-covid. All the streets. All the food, performers, and vendors, means all the people watching! We're pumped Farmer's is back! Click to listen!

SAfm Market Update with Moneyweb
Small town famer turns to wholesale supplier

SAfm Market Update with Moneyweb

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2021 5:54


Elias Pangane - Farmer

Jesus-Shalom
Shalom activist Jo Kidd-Veganic famer

Jesus-Shalom

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2021 67:16


Check out my recent conversation with Jo Kidd, whose veganic (vegan, organic), no-till farm and local business expresse her shalom-oriented values (veganism, feminism, community, spirituality). 1:00-8:20 Jo introduces herself and her mostly non-religious upbringing, one that nonetheless included a deep feeling of connection with nature and empathy with animals, before drifting into a period of […]

Ring Crew Radio
RCR Episode #33 Hall, Famer and Brimstone

Ring Crew Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2021 154:20


Ring Crew Radio Episode 33 This week, The Arbiter of Professional Wrestling returns after a weeklong hiatus to bring you a 3 count along with The High Flyer Frank Cliffe as they continue to battle weakness and the absence of Nicky Kayfabes. 1 ) Headlines NXT officially moving to Tuesdays, Does that mean AEW won the Wednesday Night War? Rumor Mill: No kickoff Matches at Wrestlemania Road Dogg suffers a heart attack Peacock edits WWE history Big Show runs his mouth Cody's reality show 2 ) Raw Recap Hurt Business is over, Drew Buries the entire Raw Locker Room and more 3 ) Hall of Fame Class of 2020 JBL, British Bulldog, Justin Thunder Liger, nWo, Bella Twins Class of 2021 Molly Holly, Eric Bishoff, Kane, Great Khali, RVD, William Shatner And as always we take questions from the #RingCrewFaithful

Murph & Mac Podcast
3-15 Sam Famer joins the Murph & Mac Show to talk about the start of NFL free agency and the legal tampering period!

Murph & Mac Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2021 13:23


The Los Angeles Times National NFL writer Sam Famer joins the Murph & Mac Show to talk about the start of NFL free agency and the legal tampering period! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

KNBR Podcast
3-15 Sam Famer joins the Murph & Mac Show to talk about the start of NFL free agency and the legal tampering period!

KNBR Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2021 13:23


The Los Angeles Times National NFL writer Sam Famer joins the Murph & Mac Show to talk about the start of NFL free agency and the legal tampering period! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Bloomberg Business of Sports
Ewing on Racial Justice, Thompson's Legacy & the NBA

Bloomberg Business of Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 3, 2021 22:24


NBA Hall of Famer, gold medal-winning Olympian, and Georgetown Hoyas Head Coach Patrick Ewing joins the podcast to talk about the legacy of fellow hall of famer and Georgetown Hoyas coach, John Thompson. Ewing speaks with Jason and Lynch about the impact Thompson had on his career, professional sports, and society at large. They also talk about the difficulties of coaching and recruiting during the pandemic, and Ewing weighs in on the New York City Mayoral race.

The Takeoff Podcast
Joshua Rahn (Co-founder & Managing Partner at Oceans)

The Takeoff Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2020 26:35


Joshua Rahn is Co-founder & Managing Partner at Oceans, a new, NYC-based early-stage venture fund working to help build the next trillion-dollar businesses. Oceans recently announced the close of Fund I, an $11M fund designed to make this mission a reality. Early investments include Famer, Mealco, Uppercampus, Teal, and Tembo Health, among others. Prior to founding Oceans, Josh spent 9 years at Facebook, where he helped grow their NYC office. Josh also had two successful exits as a founder before joining Facebook. He is a WashU alum! In the episode, Josh joins The Takeoff's Michael Spiro to discuss: His new venture firm Oceans and the firm's mission Oceans' focus areas How Oceans differentiates from other VCs What is was like raising Fund I during COVID Why $11m for Fund I made sense, and why Josh and the other partners' friends, peers, and former coworkers thought they were crazy for launching an $11M fund: “Raise a $200M fund.” Finding product-market fit as a fund How to get more recent grads to join startups or start companies of their own & much more. Quick note from Michael: I had a ton of fun having a WashU alum in Josh on the Podcast. I can't wait to see what's ahead for him and Oceans. As a native New Yorker, I love the fund's New York focus, and Josh's passion for helping current students (particularly at WashU) means so much to me. You can find Oceans by visiting oceans.ventures. And, if you want to get involved with one of their many incredible portfolio companies, you can check out oceans.ventures/jobs. I had so much fun recording this episode and hope you enjoyed the listen. You can find me on Twitter @mspiro3, The Takeoff on Twitter @_TheTakeoff, and be sure to subscribe to our Substack newsletter at thetakeoff.substack.com so as to not miss a beat with any of our new content. Recent Podcast Releases: Hunter Walk (Homebrew) Sam Corcos (Levels) Ryan Kohlman (TriviaHub) Sam Altman (OpenAI)

Blind faith Podcast with Rev. Craig Edgley Jr.
Make God YourHall of Famer

Blind faith Podcast with Rev. Craig Edgley Jr.

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2020 15:36


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Walk the walk talk the talk with Ara Draeger

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The Fred Opie Show
Hall Famer Margie Anderson, Sports Before Title IX

The Fred Opie Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2018 30:12


(Reboot of an earlier Interview) A native of Needham, Massachusetts, Hall of Famer Margie Anderson led UMASS to an NCAA Women's Lacrosse Championship in 1982. She was an exceptional soccer player at UMASS. She played on two US National teams and served as the head coach of the University of New Hampshire's Women's Soccer and Lacrosse Teams. Both the Women's Soccer and Lacrosse Teams at UNH won ECAC titles and competed in NCAA Tournaments. Anderson is the founder and director of the Connecticut based Spirit Sports Camp for girls. She lives in Ohio with her husband and children where she spends most of her time preparing for the upcoming summer camp season. Follow the Fred Opie show and the content Fred shares on his website, Twitter and Facebook. Take the time to review the show on iTunes, Stitcher, and Soundcloud. If you like what you hear and learn, tell others about it and share and post the link to the show Subscribe to our Podcasts: www.fredopie.com/podcasts/ Fred's Food Blog: http://www.fredopie.com/food/ Fred's Athletes Blog: http://www.fredopie.com/sports/ Fred's Books: www.fredopie.com/books/ Fred Opie: www.fredopie.com Follow Fred on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/frederick.d.opie Follow Fred on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrFredDOpie Spirit Sports Camp www.spiritsportscamp.com/our-staff.html