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"62nd" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Music Music Music Music Music Music Music Music Music Music Music Music Music Music Music Music Music Music Music Music Music Music Music Music Music Music Music Music God, I hate these politicians. They pimp off everything. They bogart everything. Oh yeah, I'm for veterans, veterans. Meantime, today we're going to be opening Floyd Bennett Field to illegal aliens in four tents is costing us millions and millions of dollars will bankrupt our city. You should see the spread of every conceivable culturally appropriate food for the veterans bubbles. Oh, we're doing a wellness check. Outreach teams will be checking in with those that experience homelessness and Well, you know, making sure they're okay. Do you have a list of them? Yeah, on the park bench off at 62nd and Fifth Avenue. Joey's there most of time the of night when you check on him and you see he's alive. What do you do? Well, we check our list. You know, you pay. Oh, we check our list and do it twice. Yeah. Sanctimonious hypocrites. Fly the flag. Hey, let's march in the Veterans Day Parade. Did you serve? No, but you know, I'm a politician and I get monies for the veterans. Oh, this is sort of like extortion. I'll never forget. It was at the Veterans Day Parade meeting down by 23rd Street before they march uptown. Carolyn Maloney at that time. More concerned about panda bears than veterans. Was giving one of her many boring speeches. I really hate politicians. They are rally killers, event killers. They just bore the hell out of me. It's why I don't go to church on Sundays. You think I want to listen to a priest get up there and speak for 20 minutes about nothing. But anyway, Carolyn Maloney, some of the veterans were so bored that they were talking amongst one another, she chastised
"62nd" Discussed on WTOP
"It means a lot. He's a great guy, great coach. He's been around the game for a long time, so just to have confidence in me means a lot. What would mean a lot is if he can take this job and run with it, in addition to stopping Washington's notorious quarterback carousel as a fifth round pick. His salary cap number the next three years is a fraction of the going rate for a starter, so the commanders could conceivably use that money elsewhere, especially with Montez Sweat and Chase Young facing free agency at the end of the year. Speaking of Young, he was again doing individual drills but no contact at practice as he deals with that stinger. The Nationals made their way to commanders practice today and would it be great if they could rub off some of their mojo on the Burgundy and Gold. The Nats have won 10 of 14 entering tonight's game against the Phillies. The Mystics on the other hand have struggled with several key players out for long stretches this season but finally some reinforcements tonight as Elena Delle Donne probable to return tonight in Indiana. She's been dealing with that ankle injury that's kept her out of the last 12 games and the Mystics need the help. Oozers of 8 of their last 11. They're within two games of dropping out of the playoff picture all together. Rob Woodfork, WTOP Sports. Alright, thank you Rob. Coming up on WTOP President Biden's Summit at Camp David with the leaders of South Korea and Japan is over. We'll hear what he had to say in the moments ahead. It's 56. Happy 62nd birthday granddad. Thanks sweetheart. I got you this. A mug. Oh, thank you. What does it say? Beware if you
SNL Alum Victoria Jackson Speaks Out at Tennessee City Council Meeting
"Talking to Victoria Jackson who performed with Saturday Night Live for many years was on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson 20 times and today lives in the Nashville area and recently spoke out at a town council. So Victoria, you decided to say something that most people don't say anymore. They don't get into it. But the idea that God denounces homosexuality as aberrant behavior as a moral behavior doesn't denounce people, loves everybody, but it's interesting that you were willing to say that at this town council, because typically people avoid that issue, which used to be kind of a basic Christian value. And again, this is not about condemning people. We're supposed to have compassion on everybody because we all struggle with something, but you did you did say that at this town council and your short 62nd presentation. Yes, I'm tired of them making us bow down to what they believe and it's like, why are we so afraid and it's done about me? It's about God. What is God think? Who cares what my opinion is. But anyway, so I thought, okay, God hates it. He saw them in gamora. Which is still there. And it's a sulfur. Someone told me that brimstone sulfur, right? You need to read my book. Victory. I hate to tell my Friends to read my book. But if you don't have time to read it, just buy a copy, all right? Just at least by a couple. I do have a couch. So anyway, but yeah, but the point is that when we think of judgment, biblical judgment, sad, I'm going to get more is about as basic as it gets. That's
Bruins beat Devils 2-1, match NHL record with 62nd win
"The bruins made history with their two one victory over the Devils, giving them a share of the NHL record with their 62nd wind of the season. Pavel saca scored both of Boston's goals in the game's first 5 minutes, helping his team match the historic wind total of the 1995 96 Detroit red wings in the 2018 19 Tampa Bay lightning. I think these wins are important for us in two ways, yes, we want to do the record but on the other hand, it's preparation for playoffs. Yes, we're brought had his teams only goal while Mackenzie blackwood turned back 38 of 40 shots for New Jersey. Geffen kobach, Boston
Man United stages fightback to draw 2-2 with Leeds in EPL
"Manchester United had to scramble to earn a two two draw with Leeds at Old Trafford. United trail two nil before scoring twice in an 8 minute span of the second half, beginning with Marcus Rashford's goal in the 62nd. Back up Jaden Sancho rescued a point for united, which is two points behind man city for second place in the league, playing two days after manager Jesse marsh was fired, leads took the lead just 55 seconds in on a goal by Wilfried nanto. An own goal made it two zero in the 48th. The tie puts leads one point clear of relegation. I'm Dave fairy.
"62nd" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"62nd cocktails, which are cocktails that you can make in less than 60 seconds, which really rules out some of the things that our favorite mixologists in Brooklyn are always doing singing the orange peel and stuff. None of that. So these are actually really great amazing drinks to make at home. The authors are Joel Harrison and Neil Ridley. And we loved it and picked out some of her favorite recipes from it. Yeah, they're really fun. They take some really, really good shortcuts, good and smart shortcuts like they make an old fashioned instead of having to stir and a sugar cube around, which obviously isn't too challenging, but it takes time. They add maple syrup. And so that gives it a delicious earthy holiday flavor. And it's also smart because people generally have a little bit of maple syrup sitting around in their cabinet on their shelf. And so it's a good way to use up ingredients that you have to make cocktails for yourself because it's that kind of year because people are invariably stopping by. You can literally grab a couple bottles and mix these drinks in a time that might take you to figure out why you're going to pour. That night. We also in the section have a festive spirits guide, which is we always kind of do a holiday gift guide for spirits. What do you give people to add to their personal home bar? And we've got some great wines from our wine critic, Ellen McCoy, like the 2014 iron horse stargazing cuvee brute. And some spirits too, so I would love everyone to check that out. All price points all price points. There's also some great things that I'm a big, even during the week. I love to throw candles. I don't even care if I'm having like a hamburger. I just find it really fun. So you guys have some great choices in terms of getting lit when you're having your dinner party, but I want to end where you've just got a few minutes left. I'm not talking about the alcohol, but that's that too. But how to be a host with the most, right? We've all been hosts or gone to something and Chris, what are your thoughts on this section? It was a lot of fun to go through it. So we went to Daniel post senning, who's the grandson of Emily Post, and he's the co president of the Emily Post institute. She's obviously the great etiquette Maven and they redone their book, which came out just last month, actually. And so we called him, he's an amazing resource. We call him all the time. We asked him about how to avoid major holiday pitfalls. He had some really good advice. One of the things peaceful basically we go overboard and then they forget that the point of the holidays is like interpersonal interaction and having fun as opposed to gifts and showing and so one thing he always says, you have to be willing to accept the cost of entertaining. If your tablecloths are too nice, if your glasses can't be broken, don't have people over. Well, you know, if you're gonna get lit at a party, you like wine's gonna spill on the white carpet. Okay, what do you think about when you either are hosting something or you're going somewhere? What do you think about that side of the equation? I think the way that Daniel post setting looks at this is so engaging and really sort of makes you think like, wow, I want to entertain one of his other tips is that you should when people come at you with their dietary restrictions as they invariably do, you should turn it into an opportunity and the challenge and say, okay, this gives me an opportunity to do this or I'll figure out the one dish I can make that speaks to everybody's crazy diets, but you definitely should figure out the best way forward and make sure that you address them because you really do want everyone to be happy when they sit down at your table. Do you have a favorite gift to get as a host? To this year now, I want to say candles. Every one of these candles into one of these shelves. All right guys, listen, have a wonderful holiday season, and so glad that you've given us this guy because it's lots of ideas and thoughts. Of course, our food editor of Bloomberg pursuits kick crater. And of course, the editor of the pursuits team and section, Chris rouser, happy holidays to you. All right, that wraps up the weekend edition of Bloomberg businessweek from Bloomberg radio. Thank you so much for joining us. And thanks also to Paul Sweeney, who helped us out this past week. I'm Carol massar. And I'm
"62nd" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Be identified during this storm event for your protection, but also the protection of other motors on the road. Governor hochul in November of 2014, a Lake effect system dumped more than 5 feet of snow on western New York that left 13 people dead. New York governor hochul announced that construction of a new terminal at JFK airport would begin early next year following a pause in the project due to the pandemic. According to a statement from ogle's office, the new terminal 6 is a privately financed development that is expected to cost around $4.2 billion. The first phase is expected to be done by 2026. North Korea has fired an intercontinental ballistic missile that landed near Japanese waters in the second major weapons test, this month that showed a potential ability to launch nuclear strikes on all of the U.S. mainland. The U.S. quickly slammed the launch, vice president Kamala Harris is in Thailand for the Asia Pacific economic cooperation leaders summit. Together, the countries represented here will continue to urge North Korea to commit to serious and state diplomacy. Meanwhile, China and Russia have opposed U.S. moves to south and sanctions against the north. Prosecutors in Los Angeles rested their case in the trial of Harvey Weinstein, who they alleged raped to women in sexually assaulted two others, testimony came from 44 witnesses. A final Senate vote passed legislation to protect the right of same sex marriage will be pushed until after the Thanksgiving holiday, the respect for marriage act cleared another procedural hurdle late last night, with a 53 23 vote that take up the bill. Global news, 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts, in more than a 120 countries, on Michael Barr, this is Bloomberg, Amy. All right, thank you, Michael. Time now for the sports report brought to you by tri state Audi, here's John stash hour. Thanks, Jamie. There'd been some Cheddar that displayed when Aaron judge was doing hitting all those home runs, but Shohei Ohtani was doing hitting and pitching was worthy of a repeat American League MVP award, but in the end the vote was lopsided. Judge got 28 first place votes, so Tommy only two and judge in the season where he of course had a record 62 home runs. The first Yankee outfielder be named MVP since Mickey Mantle in 1962, the Cardinals Paul goldsmith, one of the national league, thrilling win for the Nats in Portland, a tip in with less than a second ago by Royce O'Neal and a one O 9 one O 7 win over the blazers Kevin Durant scored 35 KD recently made some comments about the lack of talent around it, but O'Neill last night at a triple double and Ben Simmons had his best game as a natty scored 15. Nick's already two and zero on their trip playing tonight at Golden State overtime in the NHL a win for the Devils in another one. Three to two in Toronto to stretch their winning streak to 11 and OT loss for the rangers. They lost three two in Seattle after Vincent short trek had tied the game with two minutes left. Islanders lost a Nashville 5 to four St. John's that four and obi Nebraska by 20 in Brooklyn, Arizona state beat Michigan by 25. There's a night football in Green Bay, Tennessee won 27 to 17. Ryan Tannehill outplayed Aaron Rodgers 22 of 27, 333 passing yards two touchdowns Derrick Henry scored an he threw a 3D pass and the Titans have won 7 of their last 8 in the packers of lost 6 of 7. The eagles have signed veteran defensive tackle endowment ensues Sunday's browns, bills game, moved
"62nd" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast
"It is a cool thing. I think snow doesn't get its, it's due. It's less, it's less damaging, like it's more it's more of an inconvenient weather system, right? Then it's not a hurricane. It's not a flood, right? It's just it's pretty, you can play in it. It gets you off of school. It's synonymous with a very happy time of the year. And I think we dismiss it as just, you know, I think the fact that it's cold drags it down a little bit in the power rankings, but I would, I would say snow gets a bad rap for being largely the best weather pattern, like the best, the best instance of weather, outside of sunshine. I'll think about that one. 'cause it's potentially dangerous, and it makes it difficult to drive and you gotta shovel it. It makes you work. It does make it difficult to drive. That's fair. That's fair. I guess scary's in big sunshine's pocket here. Big rain's pocket is trashing snow on the podcast. Oh, I just don't go outside. It doesn't affect me at all. 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Be part of history by adding your picture to the golden ball, explore the ever growing soccer community, find friends on the ball and receive a one of a kind collectible NFT. Then pass the ball to fellow soccer fans and play daily games for a chance to score custom swag like limited edition jerseys, duffel bags, scarfs and balls, visit Frito lay score dot com or scan the QR code on specially marked bags of lay's, Cheetos or Doritos to pass the ball, and you could win amazing Frito lay prizes. No purchaser. And it's a 50 USD C 18 plus C was like freeway score dot com. All right, this next one is coming from Bryce in Toledo. Didn't Desean Watson sign with a browns because he was supposed to be good. Yeah, because they were supposed to be good. Yeah, that was, that was kind of the thing, right? He was looking at the sort of the southeast teams, and then all of a sudden it was, well, the browns have the best supporting cast, the best infrastructure in place for me, and therefore I will go there and they will win the Derby of teams that sort of debase themselves and lower themselves into a sewer to get in on this. But they're really not good defensively and I want to overstate what happened in Miami last week because the dolphins are obviously that they're just cooking everyone. I mean, there's the amount of wide open space on that field is unfathomable for an NFL game. What might McDaniels is doing to people is I don't know it's rude is what I'd say. But as far as this brown scene goes, they're bad defensively. And I wonder if it's partially because they really built themselves. I feel like they went all in to stop Lamar Jackson. They got a lot of sort of Lamar stoppers, smaller guys, and it just hasn't really worked out. But they just step back 7 hasn't gelled in any way, shape or form either. Yeah, so right now the browns are 27th in turnovers caused their 31st in points allowed, they are 19th against the pass, they are 23rd against the run, but 27th in yards per attempt, which I think is sort of a better measure of this. They're offense is and I don't know. I mean, it's pretty amazing that there's 7th inefficiency right now. Basically because of the running game, I think they're 18th and drop back success rate. So whatever insert Jacoby Brissette comment there, Gary. But no, I don't even have to convince people anymore. Yeah. He's just good. So I would guess. And sure, some of the parameters change like maybe Deshawn helps you hold the ball a couple more times. You take a few more possessions away from other teams. You're scoring a little bit more frequently than you would without him. But okay, they scored this year they've scored 25 or more points and one, two, three, four, 5, 5 of their games. They only scored fewer than 20 points twice, so I don't know. I mean, how much better does this offense get? With the current receivers that they have next year, 'cause you're really playing for next year. Next year, Nick chubbs a year older. And we're seeing running backs hang on a little bit longer. Certainly saquon Barkley's had a longer shelf life. Derek Henry recovered from a broken foot, which is nuts. But you probably lose Kareem hunt, tried to, I guess, entertained the idea of trading him. Maybe you're trying to get another back in the draft or whatever, but you don't have any first round picks. Are you gonna pay big for a wide receiver this off season to pair with Watson? Maybe you try to swing a deal for Deandre Hopkins. I don't know. I don't know what the deal is here, but how much better is that versus do you have enough time and equity and patience and can you find the right coach to make this defense better? Because I would guess and this is, I don't think we're breaking any news here, but I would guess they're going to go into next season with a different defensive coordinator. Yeah. Yeah. It's just really surprising that it's slid backwards here. When it should be getting better. I think when you have a group together, you bring in a bunch of new faces, it takes a year or two to sort of get it going, but it's been so much worse in year two than in year one.
"62nd" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"As January is one of a handful of major airlines to resume passenger flights to the city, which has largely been cut off to the outside world since the start of the pandemic. In baseball, Yankees slugger Aaron judge hit his 62nd home run of the season to break Roger Maris his American League record. It happened in game one as the Yankees split a double header with the rangers. The mets swept a double header against the nationals, but the brave still clinched the NL east with a win over the Marlins. The Red Sox and a's one, the Giants lost. Global news, 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts to more than a 120 countries. I'm Michael Barr and this is Bloomberg Nathan. 62s never going to be saying for a long, long time. Thank you, Michael. It is 5 19 on Wall Street live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studios. This is a Bloomberg day break. But the other big number of the morning is 54 20. That's the amount and dollars per share that Elon Musk now says he will go ahead and purchase Twitter with $44 billion buyout deal is back on capitulation, perhaps? Let's ask Alex Webb Bloomberg quick take correspondent tech columnist for Bloomberg opinion. Well, at least we know that he's going to avoid a court fight now, Alex. But what's behind it? It is partly one assumes it's hard to know for sure at any one time what Elon is thinking, but one assumes that it is a desire to evade that court flight. The signals weren't looking good heading into it. There have been a number of early hearings about half dozen, of which Elon had won none of them. He had lost in every single case in terms of trying to push the court hearing back to February in terms of trying to stop Twitter from getting more data on his communications with his bankers, the judge ruled on Twitter's side every time. It didn't look very good and therefore why go through the punishment of having to sit on the stand, experience more, frankly, damaging, discovery, and end up losing anyway. You might as well just call a spade a spade and suck it up. So now does this raise the question that came up even before this court fight was even in the picture, whether Elon Musk can line up the financing for a $44 billion buyout? It certainly seems as though the financing is in place, the bigger question is how ready are the banks to stomach the fact that the interest rate environment is considerably different from how it was 6 months ago. It's about 12 and a half $1 billion in financing that have been lined up. Some of those unsecured about 3 billion unsecured, the yields that they had been talking about at the time when they presumably were going to turn around and refinance it with institutional investors were maybe 11 and a half percent comparable notes now of going for 15%. So it's a far more challenging environment for them. We've seen some banks take big hits already on other deals that they had agreed financing for before rates started to go up. They could be some institutions here facing costs in the hundreds of millions of dollars range. I mean, that just speaks to what the environment looks like for leveraged buyouts more broadly. I mean, are the banks willing to stomach those kind of losses? I mean, presumably if they've already committed to doing it, it's hard for them to back out and they're just going to have to pony it up. But Elon is talking about having he's positing a new business models which one assumes are partly intended at least to assuage some of the concerns that these banks have, but it doesn't necessarily mean they're going to avoid any pain whatsoever. And to your point about the business model is very interesting to see after this deal was announced that it's back on again. Elon Musk tweeting about accelerating the development of X, the everything app. What is that? What's he talking about? Well, we don't quite know. It's obviously inevitably something he's posited in the scope of just a single tweet. He's mooted, it will express the admiration of the past for services such as WeChat, the Chinese super app owned by Tencent, which is really a portal to not only many Chinese people's online existence, but sometimes they're real world existence as well. You can order food, you can pay your bills. Go on dating apps, play games all through and this single app. Now the challenge is that on the one hand, to make that sort of vibrant ecosystem happen, you need to have a lot of developers willing to and companies willing to bring their products and services to your app, Twitter with about 200 million daily active users is far less appealing for a developer than would be, say, the iPhone, which has in the order of one and a half billion active users or indeed Android systems mobile phones that run Android to Google's equivalent. If it did have that sort of scale, then it starts to encounter maybe some regulatory difficulties, because if it is, frankly, leaning on companies to bring their services to its app in order to find these users, the regulators, particularly here in Europe, do not like it when you leverage strength in one market to find strength in another one. That is seen as anti competitive, and so it's a naughty solution if he can make it happen, then presumably he can deliver a huge amount of value, but it's not an easy path and not one that frankly any company in Europe or the U.S. has managed to achieve just yet. Which we had more time, so much to get to when it comes to this story. We've been following for so many months and it's going to continue. Alex Webb, Bloomberg opinion, tech columnist, of course, correspondent for Bloomberg quick take. And taking a look at shares of Twitter right now, a little bit shy of the 54 20 offer price down about a half percent in early trading as far as Tesla goes, sometimes move in tandem, Tesla shares are down 1.2%. Broader markets lower as well, S&P futures are down 28 points down futures down 231 and NASDAQ futures are lower by 85 points. You're listening to Bloomberg, daybreak. This is a Bloomberg money minute, stocks kept the rally going Tuesday with the best two day surge since April of 2020 for the S&P 500. The S&P, the Dow and the NASDAQ all rose by around 3%. U.S. job opening slid to a 14 month low that may fit well with a fed worried about a hot labor market, but the markets are still betting on a rate hike of three quarters percent next month and the rally sputtered today with stock futures pointing to a lower open. Elon Musk has decided to buy Twitter after all that his original price of $44 billion backtracking on his efforts to get out of the deal and potentially avoid a contentious court battle. Twitter said it intends to close the deal at the agreed upon price. One person familiar with the situation told Bloomberg that Musk's legal team was getting the sense that the case against him was not going well. 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"62nd" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Do it in a minute as promised that we are joined right now by a wide receiver for the Pittsburgh Steelers, a pro Bowler 97 receptions 831 Yards, nine TDs last season, top 10 in receptions and receiving TV's last year. He was a two time all conference player. USC He was the 62nd pick overall in 2017. He appears courtesy of Snickers and the Snickers Rookie mistake of the year program. Juju Smith Schuster is my guest. You do good to have you on the show. How are you? I'm doing great, man. Thanks for having me. I appreciate it. Yeah, me too good to have you back. All right. So you're five days away from the season opener against the bills in Buffalo. When you consider what you went through last season with a limited number of fans. How eager are you to get back in front of the fans and feel that energy in that juice once again? Oh, man, I'm super excited. I can't wait, especially playing against a team that we played against last year. Uh, early in the season for week one. You know, we're playing us the bills and the best part about it is Bill Mafia. They're going to be out there heavy deep and rages to embrace all that. To dismiss you from, I guess you know the Mafia will be there for it. Listen, you signed a one year deal with Pittsburgh early in the off season. I'm curious. What was that process like for you? And then what your approach going into this season. The free agency Processes house. It's not fun. I think it's it's tough, You know, I think it was when the market the way it was, and, uh, how is situated? It was tough out there. You know, I got I got to experience it. I'm happy to be back in Pittsburgh. I'm happy to play. You know the one you do. I'm happy to be going to another contract. You and Hopefully, I'm able to stand for more years as a stewardess. But going into this season, man, I'm just focused on just bawling, and hopefully I'll take care of the stuff on the end, you know, and I get that the market was strange. He was weird, like the Ravens made a really strong push for you. And so did Kansas City. I mean, how close did you come to leaving and ultimately what made you want to stay with the Steelers? I was pretty. I was pretty close to leaving. I was wearing my options. Uh, you know, leaning towards Arabia's the leading tourist Casey and what they were offering. Um, but for myself, and I, I kind of saw it as uh more so I like, Hey, if I can do when you do come back to a team, I know the head coach. I know the receiver coach. I know, um and being able to have then come back was a big factor for me. So the fact that they came back made a huge decision for me to say. Huge is misused for joining us. And of course you want to bet on yourself. Always bet on yourself. Now you mentioned Ben. What about Ben going to training campus? Lot? Talk about Ben. How he looked? How does he look to you? And what kind of a season are you expecting from him? Uh, he looked great man. I was just telling everybody that you know, he's a guy that you know he's been, you know, working on the sideline. You know, when the offense is taking a break, he's out there, you know, doing extra cardio. I mean, you saw you saw him play against Detroit, uh, to drive down the field and put points on the board. Uh, And I'm sure excited because, um, I think I think it's our best year yet. You know, I think you were going into this one. Knowing that we have the guys that we have the guys that we dropped it, you know, for this offense and I can't wait to play to dismiss users joining us. It seems like it was yesterday or five minutes ago that you were the young guy coming in. Now. You look around that receiving room. You've got a lot of talent in that room. How good is the group? And what's it mean to you to be the leader of that room? The group is really good. I mean, you talk about five guys that came back from my last year who played with with Ben and is often so we know we know the chemistry. We know we can. We're made of, but it's weird man. You send the young guy in a group. Uh, I'm probably the second Otis so still and in the room and the answer is older than me. Chances are in the chase is 22. I'm 24. So, uh, if you go off experience, obviously I had that over them, but it still goes weird, But then they those are my guys and, uh, I'm happy to leave them is crazy. You know, dude, you're showing up like I would expect. I mean, this the thing I've always liked and respected about you. Is your approach from the outside. It seems like you're just doing things that are fun and entertaining, and they're not getting in the way of what you have to do your handling your business, but probably making it even better from a business standpoint. So how would you describe your approach to life off the field? Yeah, man, So I'm sitting up everything I can possibly now, you know, why am I? You know, I would tell everybody. You know when you're at your highest point, your life, you know, take advantage of it. Embrace it, Uh, start things that you want to do after football and for myself, You know, I've been doing that and I always look at it, as like, you know, you can always be yourself in personality. As long as you take care of stuff all on the field. Everything on the field will take care of yourself. And that's what I've been doing that to my moderate I live by And It's going pretty well minutes, so I can't complain. You know, you look at the NFL right? The NFL is still the biggest thing in the world still the biggest in the world, But I wonder. Do you think the more players should maybe do some of the stuff that you do like on twitch or YouTube? Social media? Would that bring even more fans to the game? Oh, for sure. I mean, when I go out in public like I had people come up to me because I she mounted or because I do YouTube and I don't really know me as a football player. You know, that's very surprising, because.
"62nd" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Day, and I'm not sure that I've ever In an early morning sky so blue, the color was such an unusual Deep rich blue. The sky was well, yes, Blue, not a cloud in the sky. There was a beautiful clear September day that sky Perfect day. Based on the weather, which was clear as a bell from being to Florida. I anticipated that I would have a rather uneventful day. That's Ben Sliney. I was working as the national operations manager who has charge of all the nation's airspace. Ben Sliney worked at the FAA as national operations manager. It was his job to ensure the whole country's skies were safe. 9 11 was Ben's first day at his new job, I assumed I would be having a cool, easy day. Ben was in a meeting when he got word of a possible hijacking in Boston American Airlines flight 11. We have a protocol to handle high, Jackson. Was comfortable that everyone would do their job. Meanwhile, flight attendant Sarah Nelson was grabbing a quick nap after a red eye flight to Chicago. On September 11 2000 and one I was a Boston based flight attendant quite often. United flight 1 75 to Los Angeles. Sarah woke to the news, a little fascinate or something just flew into the the World Trade Center. I was like, Oh, no, that's terrible. The World Trade Center was more than just an office building. Bloomberg Radio anchor and Voice of the New York subway system. Charlie Pellet, the World Trade Center to for many New Yorkers was in a sense our shopping mall, the subway train would go right into the Courtland Street station. That's where we had our Disney store. That's where he had J crew. The World Trade Center. Yes, it was an office. Yes, it was a place that people would dine. There was a food court. It was also a transit hubs. So this was a big part of New Yorkers lives if you needed something. That's where you went to the World Trade Center. Bloomberg's Charlie Pellet was working a nighttime radio program. He was also grabbing some sleep that Tuesday morning. While asleep. I thought I heard a boom Charlie dashed out the door to see what was going on. I lived literally half a block from an area known as the Promenade in Brooklyn Heights, so it was an unobstructed view of what was going on there. Others were already at work. Investment manager J Link worked on the 62nd floor of the South Tower of the World Trade Center. I hosted a quick huddle up meeting with my team every morning at 8 45, and we Heard a huge explosion felt the building shake. They started evacuating right away. But for many, like J in the World Trade Center, this was not their first time I had also experienced The World Trade Center bombing in 1993. My first response was of annoyance. I had a busy day plan. I knew it was going to take us an hour or more to get down. I didn't know if we'd be able to come back that day. At about that same time, Jan Ramirez was just arriving at work. I was doing my civic duty as a curator in 2001. Jan was vice president of the New York Historical Society Museum. It was the city's primary election. I was stopping at various school polling sites and picking up campaign buttons and ephemera Jan did not have access to a television or radio. But she started to get the feeling Something was wrong. We always had a meeting and I noticed there was not a single soul sitting around my table and I was a little disgruntled about that. Meanwhile, in Washington, D C When Tony's Otto heard about that first plane His ears perked up. Tony was Secret Service, the special agent in charge of the vice president's security detail, and he was on his way to work in Washington. So it just didn't feel right. So I had the command post of the day shift supervisor call me and I said, Make sure that the agents everyone knew how to get to the shelter just in case something happens in our area. Nobody had any idea what was coming..
"62nd" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"A beautiful day, and I'm not sure that I've ever In an early morning sky so blue The color was such an unusual Deep rich blue. The sky was well, yes, Blue, not a cloud in the sky. There was a beautiful clear September day that sky The perfect day based on the weather, which was clear as a bell from being to Florida. I anticipated that I would have a rather uneventful day. That's Ben Sliney. I was working as the national operations manager who has charge of all the nation's airspace. Ben Sliney worked at the FAA as national operations manager. It was his job to ensure the whole country's skies were safe. 9 11 was Ben's first day at his new job, I assumed I would be having an easy day. Ben was in a meeting when he got word of a possible hijacking in Boston American Airlines flight 11. We have a protocol to handle high, Jackson. Was comfortable that everyone would be their job. Meanwhile, flight attendant Sarah Nelson was grabbing a quick nap after a red eye flight to Chicago. On September 11 2000 and one I was a Boston based flight attendant quite often. Who united flight 1 75 to Los Angeles. Sarah awoke to the news, a little fascinate or something just flew into the the World Trade Center. I was like, Oh, no, that's terrible. The World Trade Center was more than just an office building. Bloomberg radio, Anger and Voice of the New York subway system. Charlie Pellet, the World Trade Center to for many New Yorkers was in a sense our shopping mall, the subway train would go right into the Courtland Street station. That's where we had our Disney store. That's where he had J Crew, the World Trade Center. Yes, it was an office. Yes, it was a place that people would dying. There was a food court. It was also a transit hub. So this was a big part of New Yorkers lives. If you needed something, that's where you went to the World Trade Center. Bloomberg's Charlie Pellet was working a nighttime radio program. He was also grabbing some sleep that Tuesday morning while asleep. I thought I heard a boom Charlie dashed out the door to see what was going on. I lived literally half a block from an area known as the Promenade in Brooklyn Heights. So it was an unobstructed view of what was going on there. Others were already at work. Investment manager J Link worked on the 62nd floor of the South Tower of the World Trade Center. I hosted a quick huddle up meeting with my team every morning. At 8 45, and we Heard a huge explosion felt the building shake. They started evacuating right away. But for many, like J in the World Trade Center, this was not their first time I had also experienced World Trade Center bombing in 1993. My first response was of annoyance. I had a busy day plan. I knew it was going to take us an hour or more to get down. I didn't know if we'd be able to come back that day. At about that same time, Jan Ramirez was just arriving at work. I was doing my civic duty as a curator in 2001. Jan was vice president of the New York Historical Society Museum. It was the city's primary election. I was stopping at various school polling sites and picking up Campaign buttons and ephemera Jan did not have access to a television or radio. But she started to get the feeling something was wrong. We always had a gas meeting and I noticed there was not a single fold sitting around my table. I was a little disgruntled about that. Meanwhile, in Washington, D. C. When Tony's Otto heard about that first plane, his ears perked up. Tony was Secret Service, the special agent in charge of the vice president's security detail, and he was on his way to work in Washington. So it just didn't feel right. So I had the command post have this day shift supervisor call me and I said, Make sure that the agents everyone knew how to get to the shelter just in case something happens in our area. Nobody had any idea what was coming..
"62nd" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago
"Magic magenta er. Lavender keeper of dark corners in black blue blood, Lady 11, lady of the soft edges. Tell us all. Tell me where day goes with night and what they do there? Mm. In what it means, Lady Levin. The questions for on your lavender lapped in your answer is a lavender laugh. In a lavender cry near 11. Do what By a lavender. Why Yeah. Mhm. How well they look. Helping capitally. They fit everyone said What a pattern! What colors? That is a splendid dress. They are standing outside with the canopy, which is to be born above Your Majesty in the procession. Announced the headmaster of the ceremony. I am ready replied the emperor. Does it not suit me well. That he turned again to the mirror before he wanted it to appear is if he contemplated his adornment with great interest. Oh, The Chamberlains who were to carry the train. Stooped down with their hands toward the floor, just as if they were picking up the mantle. Then they pretended to be holding something up in the air. They didn't dare to let it be noticed that they saw nothing. So the emperor went in procession under the rich canopy, and everyone on the street said Oh, how incomparable are the emperor's new clothes? When the train he has to his mental how it it's him. No one would let it be perceived that he could see nothing so that would have shown that he was not fit for his office or it's very stupid. No clothes of the emperors had ever had, such as successes these but he has nothing on a little child. Cried out at last. Oh, just hear what? That in a success, said the father. And when we're spirit to another, that child said that he has nothing. I am Child says he has nothing on uh but he has nothing on said the whole people and the emperor shivered. It seemed to him that they were right. But he brought with him himself. I must go through with the procession, and so he carried himself still more proudly. And the Chamberlains held on tighter than ever carried the train, which did not exist at all. It's difficult to be an emperor. Well, B j. I think that the meeting is proven to us beyond a shadow of a doubt. Running it up the flagpole just to see if anyone will salute the idea. I think that this commercial that we're working on here will come out just fine. It's a 62nd commercial at Taking a six months.
"62nd" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"And connect the community of entrepreneurs. We've gone over some really good, simple, practical steps. 62nd. One is fantastic. Everyone has that I do the same thing throughout the day because I've heard similar advice, and it's like, just take the time to take a few deep breaths. Break the space recalibrate, just come back to you and get grounded. What are some other simple ways that people can leverage their passion to grow their company and just have a better quality. Life stopped believing the lie we have. We have this lie that we've been conditioned that there's these circumstances outside of ourselves that are outside of our control, so I don't necessarily believe in control, so this might seem a little a little sideways or hypocritical. I believe in being like really opening up and creating space to be in letting divine spirit and creation come through. And having that guide my actions because then I start creating from a place of ease in Greece, vs Obligation have to We give motivation of bad bad name. Right. Some people think being motivated is somehow being inspired by by by somebody on stage is going to give you the RA ra speech and get you to do something you don't want to do And to to to go to an event like that, or to find motivation means that there's something wrong with me. Yeah, exactly together. Something wrong, right? And this person is going to inspire me to go Do what I'm not wanting to do right now. So So how can I do this thing I don't want to do motivate me. How do I get motivated? How can I, You know it's all about force and exercising. You will It's all about. It's basically manipulation. How can manipulate myself to do the thing I don't want to do And my advice is don't do the thing you don't want to do. If you don't want to do it, then just don't do it. Thanks for coming on the show, Man loved it loved it, Brother, man. Thanks, brother. Pleasure Having you on I'm mark lack..
"62nd" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Form and connect a community of entrepreneurs. We've gone over some really good, simple, practical steps. 62nd. One is fantastic. Everyone has that I do the same thing throughout the day because I've heard similar advice, and it's like Just take the time to take a few deep breaths. Create the space recalibrate. Just come back to you and get grounded. What are some other simple ways that people can leverage their passion to grow their company and just have a better quality of life stopped believing the lie we have. We have this lie that we've been conditioned that there's the circumstances outside of ourselves that are outside of our control. So I don't necessarily believe in control, so this might seem a little a little sideways or hypocritical. I believe in being like really opening up and creating space to be in letting divine spirit and creation come through and having that guide my actions because then I start creating from the place of ease and grace versus obligation have to We give motivation of bad a bad name, right? Some people think being motivated is somehow being inspired by somebody on stage is going to give you the RA ra speech and get you to do something you don't want to do And to to to go to an event like that. To find motivation means that there's something wrong with me. Yeah, exactly together. Something wrong, right? And this person is going to inspire me to go Do what I'm not wanting to do right now. So So how can I do the thing I don't want to do motivate me. How do I get motivated? How can I, You know it's all Force and exercising your will, and it's all about. It's basically manipulation. How can I manipulate myself to do the thing I don't want to do in my advice is don't do the thing you don't want to do. If you don't want.
"62nd" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"By Shelley Zalisko. She is the CEO of the female quotient. You had me at the female question. I knew I was gonna like you from the moment I knew that you were coming in so happy to have you and can't wait to talk about all things gender equality. Thanks for being here s O. Except Good to be here. You already love the atmosphere. So e do feel comfortable. I'm so happy. Well, it's timely to be talking about your expertise. And it's something that our entrepreneur since Ah lot of them are new. And just starting out can implement workplace equality from the get go. So first of all, if you could tell everyone what is the female quotient? Well, you know, it's I've been in this business for two years by accident. I did not. If you asked me to write this script, I would not have been able to. But I started the female quotient because I thought, you know, First came the intelligence quotient. We all talk about Ike you then the emotional quotient. EQ. Now this email question ask you When you put women in any equation, the equation gets better and we talk about diversity is good for business. And yet We keep going backwards. And so how do we start advancing equality in the workplace? So I started something called the Girls Lounge, which is a pop up space at industry conferences for women to connect, collaborate. Feel safe, secure. Have conversations work together and most importantly, bring their powers to the workplace not conform to the rules that make no sense, not try to fit into the boys club, but really, to bring our unique talents forward. And so that was that's the girl's lounge and just a couple of years we've connected over 17,000 corporate women with one another and power the pack in action truly does work. And then the second part of the business is really the business of equality, the practice of equality working with leaders on next step change. It's not that hard if you break it into bite sized pieces, so we do a quality boot camps within companies. We create measurement for accountability. On. We work on things like closing the wage cap, eliminating bias, changing the culture and then measuring our progress that we can look back and say, Well, I'm proud of myself. Look how far we've come. So that's really what I'm working on right now. Very cool. We're going to take a deeper dive into all of that in a bit, But let's kick things off with the 62nd CEO. Game is rapid fire. Give me your quick, instinctual answers, starting with who is your favorite entrepreneur? Gary. They someone is very disruptive in a bad way in your company, But they're great at what they do to keep them or fire them. Fire them. How many hours do you sleep tonight? Not enough. Oh, goodness. Do you work weekends? 24. I'm on 24 7, But I love what I do. Yes, it doesn't feel like you're working all the time. What's the first thing you do when you wake up? I should say, Kiss my husband on Ben, Check my schedule. What rules You live by Have a no regret policy. Never want to look back and say short of what it could have on a scale from 1 to 10. How weird are you? 10? That's a 2nd 10 on a weird skill that have gone today. When did you realize you have the strength and power to become an entrepreneur when I became one? Hmm. And how would you describe yourself in one word? Unstoppable. And lastly, what superhero would you like to be or what Superpower would you like to have wings? Who? When this happened? I especially since you said that you are in an airplane. Ah, Lotso. Wouldn't that be convenient? If you could just fast slide to your destination? Ok, well, now we're gonna take a deeper dive into your journey, starting with Now that you've been an entrepreneur for a little bit here, what is your definition? What has it taken to get you to where you are, You know, I really say when purpose meets passion. You're unstoppable and I've always followed my heart. You know, I call them people calm. Ah ha Moments I've had heart be moments when your heart goes, but but But But But you can't control Ah harpy. You can control your mind. You can tell yourself to think differently. You can rationalize a decision. But you can't control how you feel. And so I really have followed my heart and you know it's it. Could be the wrong decisions. But I didn't have a choice if I didn't listen to what my heart told me to do, I wouldn't have. I wouldn't be where I am today. Good, bad and the ugly s so I really think that it is about following your heart, especially as an entrepreneur. Yeah. So let's go back in time a little bit. This whole movement really started with the girl's own just that correct. Well, the first reel leap that I took was have you ever taken a survey on the Internet? Yeah. Okay, So I'm the mother that invention. Sorry, not sorry. So I migrated research from offline toe online in a day and age were only wealthy old men with broadband. We're on the Internet. So that was my first big and trip in aerial move was leaving the safety and security of Corporate world of market research. As we all knew it, just start my own company. So so take me through starting your first business. And then the steps that you took to start your second business. This is this s O. The first business really was in 2000. When I have this idea toe take research from Um, really the traditional world of data collection, data reporting mall intercept and also telephone where you'd get a phone call saying you have time to answer a question. And I have this idea besides doing a lot of work with digital and websites, and I thought, What if we move research online? And so that was the first big heartbeat moment that I had, and everyone told me that I was wrong because it wasn't the right time..
"62nd" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"And so my goal is to remind people of like Even if you're doing it 30 minutes a day as a starting place and I sent to her as like. Look, if that's what you want to do, get some Children's books start research trigger, even if it's 20 minutes, and you could just see in their eyes when they start to kind of think well. Okay. Like maybe all at least try that, as kind of a starting place, you know? Reminds me of the event. I was just speaking at my buddy Co produced a phenomenal been called thrive and this kid came up to me. He was like, Oh, my God. Your speech was incredible. Really inspired me. I'm trying Do something Similar. I want to create content would have YouTube channel. I gotta get my website up. Ls that stuff and I was like Assured you in, like one second coming. Three excuses about why you haven't started yet, Right? And he's like, Well, I just need this and any decimated this and I was like, No, you don't need anybody have smartphone on you. He's like I did. When I go film videos of all the speakers, whoever will agree, and people the audience giving you the 32nd 62nd pieces of content you're waiting for right and you came back up to me later. And of course, he filmed me. But he came back up to be late, and he was like I've got 10 already done in one day, Right? Like I'm gonna put him on the Facebook and social media, and I was like Knows that and it's like what you just said. I just need to check it started. They don't need to wait until it's perfect Daughter of all have the fries. Stephanie Boxer bombs joining us. This is business rock stars on Mark Black. We're here to inspire and form and connect a community of entrepreneurs. Three things all entrepreneurs need. No, they're getting started. You've been an attorney. You've been somebody who's part of a strike. If you got your own business going right now, So for the person who is just getting started, right, and there's a lot of them or the person that wants to get started, right? Just like her three things they need to know. Well, I think like we said, find the passion, right? That's kind of the first place and see if you could wrap the business around it. The next is, I think Set manageable goals because I think what happens is is the trajectory is you find the passion. You think you can figure out a way to do the business and then you're like, well over so overwhelmed by this idea of what it needs to become aware needs to go that Then everyone just stops. They get caught up in the how the how to and what right I think goes back to the passion. If you have big enough. Why, right? You're gonna push. They're gonna figure it out well, and even sort of from a goal setting standpoint, you're expecting words like every day is the biggest meeting and it's the biggest company growth and it's It's like That's going to set you up where then it's feeling like nothing's happening, and I think that you have to kind of start a manageable goal process. And then that sort of keeps you in it day to day and there's big wins happening all the time. And the last piece really think is putting together a great team, you know, starting with yourself and understanding what your skill sets are and where you kind of sit with it, and then sort of who are those people that can help the compliment that as well. Fantastic advice for those entrepreneurs out there..
"62nd" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"For two law enforcement heroes shot this morning. Police Superintendent David Brown says the officers were ambushed in a vacant lot. Responding to an alert about gunfire on the west side of the city. Both officers are stable, recovering in good condition. At least five people killed dozens more wounded in Chicago this weekend, including a two year old girl. The CDC last week announced fully vaccinated Americans could go massless indoors with a few exceptions. Clarifying the guidance CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky on ABC s this week. This is not permission for widespread removal of masks. For those who are vaccinated. It may take some time for them to feel comfortable removing their masks, but also that these decisions have to be made at the jurisdictional level at the community level. 28 cars of a union Pacific freight train going off the track, and Albert Lea, Minnesota about 100 miles south of Minneapolis. No injuries were reported. You're listening. To ABC News. Is a You're quick and easy solution for paying the lowest price on car insurance is yesterday Jack start saving the big bucks and pay less today, Call 1 800 car insurance to get started. That's 100 car insurance or visit a stage insurance dot com from the Australia Insurance Traffic Center. Nice and Easy is morning turns in the afternoon in South Florida, this report brought to you by unbound dot or g'kar. In Gould Turnpike, South bound still working on that crash 112th Avenue. It's blocking the left lane. You're stopping Go from 216 95, south of Miami Day, a little bit of a slow drive from 79th. Down to 62nd your next reports in 30 minutes. I'm Jim Rodriguez. News Radio. 6 10 wi OD Carly. It's mostly cloudy and breezy today with a slight chance for a showers. The high approaches 84 Partly cloudy sky tonight with a low 73.
"62nd" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"The door is suddenly open to some smaller advertisers high dollar advertising, but the staples in Super Bowl advertising, Anheuser Busch and Coca Cola and other brands are making room for new brands Take indeed the online job site that has produced a 62nd spot featuring real people looking for real jobs. Ship only will air its first ever Super Bowl ad and rock star energy drink will spend it's $5.5 million to reintroduce It's brand position with rapper Lil Baby. Wasn't born in the spotlight. Find everybody and even some big name companies who won't be promoting themselves will use the backdrop of covered 19 to focus on helping communities through the crisis, says at age senior editor Janine Poggi. So Budweiser it's their first time in 37 years that they won't be in the Super Bowl, and instead they're putting their dollars into supporting Ah, promoting people getting vaccinated. Corporate social responsibility is alive and well, and companies must know how to read the room, and it should be a critical part of a company's brand. The efforts, and in some cases, it can even service the umbrella mission over marketing and public relations, which then drives the company's image and makes deposits in the reputational piggy banks is the Fallston groups Rob Weinhold, You see, advertising does more than sell a product that sells the company's image and, in many cases, a company's leadership. Chrysler's Lee Iacocca, victor Km of Remington razors and George Zimmer of Men's warehouse all served as the face of their respective companies. But that has its pitfalls as well, Just like all of you out there, I have problems sleeping. I tried every pillow..
"62nd" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I'm Alison Stewart. Thank you for sharing part of your day with me. Hey, we want to remind you that the we love New York edition of our Book Club get lit with all of it is happening this week. Remember to join us on Thursday, January 7th at 7 P.m. for our interview with author Jonathan Leath. Um the event is in conjunction with our partners at the New York Public Library, who launched a slate of programming under the banner roar for N. Y C, which is dedicated to celebrating our great city and it's resilient residents. So we decided to re Jonathan leave them's 1999 classic motherless Brooklyn. Which was part of the library's new list of 125 New York City books We love. Maybe you missed this book the first time around, or maybe read it years ago and been meaning to re read it. I reread it last week. It is just such a great Look, I forgot how great it is such a treasure. Either way, you still have time to borrow on E Copy from the public library by heading to W n y c dot org's slash get lit. Then maybe follow us on Instagram at all of it. W N Y. C. That's where we host over. Book club discussions on we post exciting announcements and updates. So mark your calendars. That's Thursday, seven PM Get lit with Jonathan Leath. Um and then We have something extra special this week. Kind of a get Let junior our first kid's book Club event is happening Friday. We have little Naz X for get little at six PM with music guest Lisa Lowe If you can find out information about both events by heading to W n y c dot orc slash Get lit. Here's some of the stories that team all of it is working on for this week tomorrow. Congress meets in a joint session to count the electoral college votes for the 2020 election and given the rancor over this election, will speak with author Richard Kreitner. About his new book, Break it Up Succession Division and the Secret History of America's imperfectly union spanning 400 Years of American history. He examines how almost every part of the country has considered breaking away at one time or another. And then we'll talk about the pressure to be productive and appear constantly busy with artists and critic Jenny Oto, author of the bestselling book How to Do Nothing, Resisting the Attention, economy and We'll take your Calls. And we'll look at a fascinating new documentary. It was so interesting about the life and career of Tiger Woods Director Matthew Hammond check joins us to discuss Tiger It talks about the golfers early life. The influence of both his father and his mother. His rise his fall has returned to the game. That is all in the works for the future. But right now, let's be present in this moment as we do every day. We kick off this hour with our daily 62nd meditation. Called. I need a minute. Maybe you just need a minute for yourself..
Commission cancels second debate between Trump and Biden
"Breaking news today. Over the past 24 hours. We learned that the debate commission has said that the next presidential debates scheduled for next week between Trump and Biden was going all virtual like a zoom. Ah, debate now, Donald Trump saying today as of now, no, I'm not doing that. I want to do it in person. Your initial thoughts on all that's transpired with that in the past 24 hours. Yeah, I mean, as you said, breaking news, and this would really change the game. As Faras debates go. First of all, you can't have a debate with just one person. So Donald Trump is out Joe Biden not standing on that virtual zoom stage, but only with the things that the president said. It's a waste of time. And quite frankly, there are a lot of voters after that first presidential debate that probably agreed with how that format turned out, so no doubt, of course, that the concern the current virus to public health and couldn't get it. A lot of reasons why you may want this one to be virtual, but that's it. And as of this moment the president is not, and it just simply won't happen. You're not going to have a debate with one person on DH, and that might be what we end up with for election 2020. Now, Dr Laura, I'm not trying to be Alex Jones here, but I'll put the tin foil hat on here. It feels like if you have a virtual debate, there's a lot of opportunity for some shenanigans there, Whether it's somebody helping you out. I don't know if there's a teleprompter or cue cards or what's going on. Cutting your mic off if you're interrupting, Touma, right, right. So I would say that, And that was the thing people talk about the first date. Right Zoom call you couldjust knew them. I don't think it's a tinfoil hat. It would change the dynamic and theoretically, you could have notes right up on the prompter. But as you say, and and be able to read from those in one way, I think the candidate would like that. I feel like that would be advantageous to them. But only in terms of what did they offer us as voters and constituents and people watching a part of it. I like it that natural feeling of Yes, they've rehearsed yesterday of practice. Yes, They have some lines in their back pockets and they know the policy but still lifted them up there without this information for 90 minutes, And you do get a better sense of who they are. They need to see in a 30 or 62nd campaign ass. So that is that a standard practice during a debate? I mean, you're you're you're somebody that probably has been in debates teaches how to debate. They're at the University of Indianapolis. Eso When you're at a debate, you're not allowed Tohave notes up there. I saw Kamala Harrison and Mike Pence, writing down notes on a piece of baby You're not allowed to have That's general rules of the game. You're not allowed to have notes up there. Exactly, And so they prepare. Obviously, they practise and rehearse. They memorize that big fact because they know they're gonna come up as the economy is going to come up, But no, you generally the rule there that you can't have those notes, and that's also why you mentioned you see them scribbling as soon as the prompt the moderators. Oh, we're gonna talk about this. I feel like it's completed magnesium and you look at a T a question and you think OK, brain dump. Bring everything I remember from this, So I have that information site from and I do think that's one thing. It was the day for hard debate. Practice hard and doing a good job. Debate is hard and the viewer it's good to come back after a little early, but there's a lot of effort that actually takes place on the back end. What
3 dead, 12 wounded in Chicago shootings since Friday afternoon, police say
"Have left three people dead and at least 11. Others hurt. Chicago Police say the first fatal shooting happened just before 4 P.m. yesterday in the 4000 block of West Madison and West Garfield Park. A man was shot in the back of the head and pronounced dead at the hospital. And less than two hours later, a 14 year old girl in 35 year old man were shot in west Englewood. That man is now dead as well. And shortly after 10 P.m. last night 25 year old man fatally hurt in the 2600 block of 62nd in the Chicago Lawn neighborhood. He was dropped off by a friend to Holy Cross hospital with wounds to the right shoulder and hip. He was pronounced dead later last night.
3 Dead, at Least 11 Wounded in Shootings Across Chicago So Far This Weekend
"Shootings have left three have people left three dead people and at dead least 11. and at least Others 11. hurt. Others hurt. Chicago Police Chicago say the Police first say fatal the first shooting fatal happened shooting just happened before 4 just P.m. before 4 yesterday P.m. yesterday in the 4000 in the 4000 block of West block Madison of West and Madison West Garfield and West Park. Garfield Park. A man was shot A in man the back was shot of the head in the back and of pronounced the head dead and pronounced at the hospital. dead at the hospital. And less than two And hours less than later, two hours a 14 later, a year old 14 girl year in old 35 girl in 35 year old man year were old shot man were shot in west Englewood. in west Englewood. That man is now That dead man is as now well. dead as well. And shortly And after shortly 10 P.m. after last 10 P.m. night last 25 night year 25 old man fatally year old man hurt fatally in the hurt 2600 in the 2600 block of 62nd block of 62nd in the Chicago in Lawn the Chicago neighborhood. Lawn neighborhood. He was dropped He off was dropped by a friend off to by Holy a friend Cross to Holy hospital Cross hospital with wounds to with the right wounds shoulder to the right and shoulder hip. and He hip. was pronounced He was dead pronounced later dead last later night. last night. And
Madonna Celebrates 62nd Birthday with Her Kids and Ahlamalik Williams in Jamaica
"Madonna celebrated her 62nd birthday over the weekend in Jamaica. He was a family affair. She posted it all on instagram and social media. I would expect nothing less. Looks like they took a fun best ride. They were hanging out and And having a good relaxing time.
Nearly 70 People Shot, Several Fatally, Over Independence Day Weekend in Chicago
"Have been shot. 17 killed as of Sunday night of the July 4th weekend. Among those four killed for hurting a shooting Saturday night on the city's south side near an angle would play life. W. G N TV's Trudy Wing, a 14 year old boy identified his Vern Otto Jones is among the dead. A large crowd was watching fireworks near 62nd and South Carpenter at about 11 30 last night. Police say four men get out of a car, walked up to the crowd and started shooting. They shot a total of eight people before taking off. Two men were pronounced dead at the scene. A man shot in the chest and back, died at the University of Chicago Hospital. Another one of the victims of this weekend shootings was a seven year old girl was killed while riding her bike at her grandmother's home. Authorities say the girl was struck on the forehead after two unknown suspects fired more than 20 rounds. Chicago Police Department crisis responder Andrew Home There's somebody on the street, I say somebody on the street No shooters were somebody on the street Know who took the child's life. An eight year
White Sands officially becomes the 62nd national park
"White sands national monument in southern New Mexico is now white sands national park white sands became the sixty second designated national park Friday with president trump signing of the national defense authorization act for twenty twenty which included a provision on the redesignation white sands national monument was established in nineteen thirty three by president Herbert Hoover to preserve the white sands in additional features of scientific scenic and educational interest white sands sees hundreds of thousands of visitors every year more than any other park service location in New Mexico in twenty seventeen white sands a logged more than six hundred thousand visits and spurred more than thirty one million dollars in spending for the local economy
Rosen traded to Dolphins for 62nd draft pick
"John roller. Here's cardinals traded quarterback. Josh Rosen to the Miami. Dolphins at happened. Little earlier this evening. It was speculated that arose was going to get traded yesterday. After the cardinals to Cuyler Murray. The number one overall pick in this year's NFL draft Rosen is traded to the dolphins in exchange for the sixty six sixty seconds selection in this year's