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"alary" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"New zealand after a five one. Victory at the checkup. The manages the chromatic opposites however the world famous all blacks one of the most dominant teams. Not just in rugby but an all road sports stew is this. The greatest era even when making a list of new zealand is who dominate the sporting world. There's one woman who i would expect to be throwing up near the top. The shot pudding juggernaut dame valerie adams on to defend the commonwealth l'aigle greener shotput continues around beating ron. 'em started young with a fist. International coming at sixteen years old at the two thousand one world youth championships following that up a year later with a silver at the commonwealth games one meter ninety three tall and potentially the youngest commonwealth games champion. Possibly one of the youngest franken failed champions. Ever just seventeen. What prospect she is after a few years adjusting to the highest level of competition in a stephen initiative fist olympics in two thousand and four while still recovering from an epping victime. She had just weeks before adams began an astounding gilded. Run at the top of this board on march twenty two thousand six with a gold at the melbourne commonwealth games. She competed in a knicks. Fourteen major competitions without losing including the commonwealth golds two olympic golds and tin wins. Have various will championships. She said up shop at the top of the podium where she remained until march nineteenth two thousand sixteen almost ten years to the day from two thousand six commonwealth goal. When she finished the portland world indoor championships. She's not going to take a fourth world indoor gold. She has three the bronze-medal at the moment the bronze-medal goes to alary valerie..
"alary" Discussed on Premium Hoops
"They also bill. Murray who has a twenty nine thousand first round. Pick who in college look like a very smooth like six four stretch big and then her jump. Shot did not translate super well season but she showed a lot as a rim-protector that they have and they have a couple of older players in isabel harrison. Who is kind of just do it all a little bit combo. Big little bit skinnier than some of the other big name. The a doesn't stretch it all the way out to three but does have is somewhat depend. Midrange jump shot in the mariah jefferson. Who in her. When she was healthy was a five. Six point guard was super athletic. And good floor general. It's been years since we've seen your healthy. It's been years since we've seen girls so don't know what they're going to get her team drafted deana evans with the first pick of the second round this year. Thirteen overall. I don't know if she's gonna make the roster but evans was mocked his highest like six on some boards. Just good up range out to about twenty five the definitely a scoring point guard. But you know not not a bad decision maker by any stretch and just very good poll jumper a little bit smaller and she did fall so it's a question if they choose to roster her or if they choose to russia on the older players it just it's hard to see who they cut to get down to twelve and they also making us incredible player in college but and he's very good She system the master positioning in the post. But she's undersides and defensively in working on stretching out to three but not a inch product so dallas. Your question is how much cannery k. At do and then how much dishonesty develop those are and then how good over keys and it's while young players. Why with gray and thornton. They do have good complementary defensive player so if harrison or at the rookie centers were one the young centers and collier queer. Al alary can provide offering rim protection. They might be Slightly buried offensive team than you would expect. Based on their average age..
How often should I increase my rates?
"So doug asks on cuny wednesday. How often should i increase my rates. Last time doug increases rates it was all over eighteen months ago. So it's in my opinion time to do so. I actually think the maximum time. You should wait before you increase. Prices is eighteen months actually. I think you're just at the point where you really really really should be increasing prices. Especially if you're doing regular work this whole time the value you're giving your customers day in and day out now project after project is getting better and better every day and therefore you should be charging more for the increased value. I want to address A little bit of doug's of raising his prices he does own a ternary his existing customers. Ona discourage them from working with him again. I want to tell you from a customer's point of view. Who hires a lot of freelancers. That hires a lot of employees. If i work with somebody who delivers who. I come back and work with again and again. My biggest concern is not really them. Increasing the prices. My biggest concern is that they're not gonna be able to do. The work might have to find somebody else. That's really my worry paying a little bit more in order to get the same town. Does he get the consistency to get what i expect. Is a very very small price to pay. Many people. Don't realize that from a company's point of you from our point of view consistency is so important knowing what you're gonna get Having expectations and having them fulfilled this is incredibly valuable them so they don't wanna let that go and if you say hey My prices have gone up by raise. Gone up it's not out of this world. You know this is normal. Anybody who believes the service or create any kind of content. You know musician makes more money today than they did. Three years ago because they've gotten better as a musician or an athlete or any kind of professional. Like i mentioned a doctor lawyer. A service provider plumber and again from my perspective as somebody who's hiring somebody to do a service. I'm okay with paying more. If i'm getting good work done. I actually found that higher rates are not discouraging to actually things. I look out for actually want somebody who charges a bit more for example. Your website developers. Somebody comes to me and says hey you know. I charge eighty dollars an hour. You know that might seem expensive. But that person charges eighty dollars. An hour is experienced. The know what they're doing and they're probably going to be able to complete the project faster more efficiently And more accurately than somebody who's charging maybe half that forty dollars an hour depres is going to take a lot longer is going to have a lot more roadblocks and may not be able to do the project as well as somebody who is charging much more so sometimes you actually save money in the long run and serious buyers who aren't so price sensitive are the kind of customers you want to attract so in the long run increasing. Your prices are really going to help you. Increasing your rates so minimum increase their prices every eighteen months. You can even do it every year. But that's kind of my recommendation chain a year eighteen months now how to do this well. It's very simple the next time you engage with customer you can just mentioned it. Hey by the way last time this was my rate since then i've increased my rate. It's currently this over this project. It's going to cost x. Amount of money and stop talking or stop writing a lot of people that go on and on. Is that okay with you. I hope that's okay once you is that okay with you. Ask a question. Is that okay. That is opening up a negotiation. Because they can say well actually you know if you just say it as a fact. This is my right now. This is how much it cost now. And there's no question at the end of it people gonna be like okay. That's what i gotta do now. Many service providers have done a to type pricing strategy to. I think is really good Actually increase the prices for new customers at one rate and recurring customers or a returning customers than others. So for example they'll take their rate in the increase by twenty percent. That's the new price for new customers so people that don't know any better. You know know your first price. Best the price they know and four returning customers. It's fifteen percent and you can mention this to your returning customer. Because a hey buy. New prices are twenty percent higher. My new rate is such and such but I can give you a return customer discount so it will be so so and so it'll be only fifteen percent more the shows that you respect loyalty and appreciate their business and then hey you're giving them a little something special. How much should you increase. Will it depends on how often you increase your rates. Let's say for example you're increasing. Every year i would say no less than five percent and no more than twenty percent any more than twenty percent. Twenty five thirty It becomes a dramatic jump. This is why it's more Advisable to increase their prices every year rather than waiting every two or three years because then the jumps are going to be quite high but even fifteen or twenty percent increase may not seem too high but will make a big difference for you for all your clients so say for example. You're alary fifty dollars. A twenty percent increase is only going up to sixty dollars but across all your hours across all your customers. It makes a significant difference now. One of the things i recommend is when you're delivering the change of rate to are turning customer. You can offer them to lock in a longer term package for example to have you on retainer so say for example you say hey. My hourly rate is now a hundred dollars. is usually increased my rates every twelve to eighteen months. But if you'd like you can lock in this rate for the next two years if you want to. But you'll need to commit to a certain amount of hours on retainer month so you might say i need to have ten hours on retainer every month. That means a thousand dollars every month. That means a twenty four thousand dollars for thirty two years and this can just be a retainer Four any kind of work that they need to do Maintenance work update work and then anything outside the retaining hours you can charge them early at the current rate and people that like to work with you would like to lock in a great rate that they can have and have predictable pricing for the next couple years. This could be done in a very low pressure just by the way. Here's something that i offer and you'll be surprised. How many of your customers. We'll take you up on it. Because people like to save money. People liked to lock in a discount more on today's cuny wednesday but before that. Let me love to sponsor support for today. Show comes from our very own whether ninja looking for a webinar platform to host. You're alive tourelles classes or special events feeling. You're stuck on a never ending journey to find that. Perfect webinar software. That's not gonna break the bank. We get it. 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To sign up for our next live demo. Again that's webinar. Ninja dot com slash workshop to answer. Doug question on cuny wednesday halston. Should i raise my rates. Well like i said you shouldn't wait more than eighteen months. The sweet spot is anything between every twelve and eighteen months and you can increase it as low as five percent up to twenty percent and as long as you consistently do this. Every twelve to eighteen months you'll continue to be able to charge more and earn more based on your increased value.
"alary" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Dean sauce made a beeline for Keith put out his hand and said, congratulations, your team played very well today which was his way of saying you're a traitor. You're you're pulling shefty and Duke Not for your mater that was being the players talked about his sarcasm in practice all the time he said he'd say something like. The Buzz Peterson is that the best shot we can get buzz the let's ask your teammate see what they think of that was the best shot we could've gotten there, and that's the way he was the Vano of course, covered is competitiveness with humor. He always tried to act like there was a joke behind every loss. No matter how difficult it might be is wife Pan told me that there was nothing less true than that that when he would come Home, he would often root for days over loss to the point where she finally asked him to not schedule any tough games as the last game before Christmas because if they lost that game, she said he wouldn't come downstairs Christmas morning and he she'd have to go upstairs and say, Jim it's Christmas. Your daughters are waiting for you gotta come downstairs. That's how intensely competitive he was although you would never guess it from the way he dealt with things with his. Sense of humor John Mega Ninety seconds before we have to break here but when it comes to the recruiting of athletes, they all of course had great outstanding athletes though the manner in which they go about it or went about it in getting those athletes found completely different. Can you enlighten me a little bit on on their styles with recruiting? Yeah I mean Jim Jim. Style recruiting was much like his style is a person. He would just come into the house and be Jim Valvano Terry Gannon who now works for golf channel and it was a guard on a national championship team said that when he walked into the house, he was from Joliet Illinois. The first thing he said the Tarragon father was whoever taught you how to give directions worst directions I've ever seen, and then he sat down with his dad and started helping him pick games to bet on Terry Gannon's dad was ice cool. Coach who loves to Bet and JIM SAT there had a couple of drinks helped him with a couple of picks. For Games and when he walked out of the House. Terry's Dad, said you're going to play for him and that was the end of it. Dean was more meticulous. Dean was more about you know walking into the House and saying, here's how much money the guys who played at Carolina are making the pros right now and he had charts show but he also used his memory extraordinary memory, which is why his death because of dementia was so much more tragic and he would not only would he remember everybody's name but he would remember what Michael Jordan's mother cooked him for dinner when he was in the house when it came on the campus visit, he'd say. That spaghetti was just so delicious and he always get it right. She was more about using somewhat a sense of humor but also here is my plan for your son. Here's what I think. He can be at Duke Marc Alary who is part of that I key recruiting class remembers it when he was sort of back and forth between Duke and Stanford and Mike Finally said to him on the song one day. Here's what bothers me. You don't understand how good player you can be, and if you want to be that player, you've got to trust me to make you that player and mark set immediately. He knew that that was the thing for him to go play for this coke. So they all have very different approaches one hundred percent, right about that John Feinstein with us we're talking about his new book it's called the Legends Club, Dean Smith, Mike chefs, Gay Jim Valvano, and the college basketball rivalry. We're GONNA, make it a selection of the month on the Sports Byline Book Corner, and we continue on sports byline. Have you written a book you can become a published author with Jordan's publishing the nation's oldest publishing services. Company countless authors have trusted dorrance for nearly a hundred years to bring their book. The market are professional team will editor text.
Self-Hosting Your Photo Gallery with Imagely
"Hey welcome back to another episode of this week in photo. I'm your host Frederik van Johnson in this show. It's all about image sharing galleries and wordpress. And I'm joined by Scott Widen. Let me make sure I don't butcher his name Kibbe wits. He's from the company that built this cool stuff. And we're GonNa talk about that stuff and a little bit deeper because I want to dive into the world of wordpress as it applies to photographers and Scott is a is an expert in all that stuff so welcome to the show man how you doing doing well. Thanks for having me no. I think it's the first time that you and I are chatting while I'm on while I'm wearing the image. -Ly brand usually. It's me as a photographer right when you were both at the time and stuff like that. So it's a little bit of a change of pace. I've always been at image immensely but now and now now it's center now. That's great man so you are. You're the chief community officer over there. What does that mean chief community officer? Yeah so I. It's kind of on the marketing side. I get to do things like this. Interact with other photographers with podcast. With youtubers with you know just do a lot of the interaction on social media and in person like I'm the one that goes to the conferences like photo plus expo and hanging out with people going out making photos and stuff like that so I to do stuff like that. I do the blogging. I have we have a podcast about wordpress four photographer so I hope that that kind of stuff right. So I'm I'm sort of the email marketing. It's kind of that. That guy on the guy who gets to your the thing I was hanging out with you. Get to be the face of the company. That's cool. Well let's talk about that so I have the tease. I talked a little bit about wordpress and galleries and all that stuff. So one of the reasons why you and I are having this interviews and you guys who you're about to or you have already depending on where you watch. This rolled out the ability for photographers to kind of in a way replicate what some other players in the cloud. Image storage space. You're doing like smug Mug and Pixie set excetera in terms of building galleries and assigning priceless to those galleries and allowing customers to come in and purchase from either a password or unpasteurized protected area. Which what you told me before. We even started that up until just now has not been possible. Take me through that. Because I'm one of those people I use Mug Mug. I still have my Pixie set account as well and some others And I'm a wordpress user. This week in photo is run on wordpress. Obviously be nice to have the power to have that in house to me. GimMe Gimme the gist of what you guys built. Yes so as you said Thirty thirty five percent of the Internet runs on wordpress. So thirty five percent of photographers are using wordpress. And many of them are using wordpress alongside something like smug monk and it's all good and well if that's what you want but for photographers. Who Want to do everything in one platform that they control? That is a wordpress site. You now have the solution to not only sell in and sell prints and digital downloads. But the prince you have the option to automatically had this refilled by a print lap and the first pre lab we integrated with is White House custom color. Nice and more will be on the way of course but for now. That's that's the only one that's there and the cool part is that yes next Gen gallery built on is a Free Plug. It has about a million active users. It's one of the most popular press ins ever. Definitely the most popular alary plugging is the fastest gallery plug in and it's more than just your typical gallery. Plugin display your photos. It has a full gallery management system in it and that system kind of gives you this it will. It definitely gives you the separation of galleries and not. Everything's in one media library folder. It's all separated and it allows you to fine-tune everything to put in different image tags. Which will import your exit data. So you'll have any keywords. What become tex which means you can create galleries based on tags? If you want we have You know titles and descriptions and things like that and when you the this gallery that you've created and you want to attach a priceless it so you create a price list as some prince from the lab. Some print options and we by default automatically pick the most popular prince from the lab. And then you can add more. You can even do at all if you want to destroy everything once and and that's your price list. If you want to add digital download you can do that and you attach that priceless to the gallery and you once you sell you sell your Princeton. You don't think about the part of come mattress. You don't have to think about The the the the printing the the the editing that comes after that 'cause you know you don't have to worry about replacing inks all that fun stuff on that. So you know like I said before having having been in being a user of these cloud based services the in this is a completely appropriate question especially for someone who's intimate with wordpress and and image making and how stuff goes but the word press. Yeah it's it's almost the defacto standard on the web for for many many many sites out there myself my my sites included but the double edged sword of wordpress is giants got his amazing robust community. Anything that you can imagine you can build and or configured to do but in my opinion or in my experience that's also the Achilles heel of wordpress because there's always updates and plug in conflicts and you know okay you. You're not really bill. If for me it feels like you're not really building on a on a stable foundation. You're building on a foundation that can reconfigures itself every now and then you gotTa make sure everything that's on top of it is good to go. How does how do you guys mitigate that with next Gen and Gal next-gen Gallery and the other services you offer so that if I do put my mission critical business and galleries up there and I have a bride? That's coming in that. Wants to see and by prince she's going to be able to see those and give me money so. I just what you said that that there's sort of this Achilles heel I like to say that We're presses amazing because it can literally do anything but it's also a sometimes a pain the butt because it can literally do anything from so so yes there can be conflicts with different plug ins. Yes you have to worry about. Updates at image league on top of potential complex all the time we get a lot of people coming in that might have a bug here and there and we have a team that troubleshoot said and and can handle those and we have a development team that is fast and we will address any conflicts or bugs that come up that are that need immediate attention if you're having if we're having a conflict with a plugin like you which has happened in the past then that's a plugin that is popular enough. We have to address it. We know that plug in is installed in pretty much every photographers website. We have to fix it. So but if it's if it's a conflict with the plug and then might have a hundred users total well that's not a priority because unfortunately there's not many people using a small amount of people. Yeah yeah so we have to go with with what is impacting the majority
Federal judges' group calls emergency meeting over Roger Stone case
"Roger stone sentence set to be sentenced the mmhm not sure when the sentencing is but a national yeah and I thought it was to visit today save it says here and later on I know that a judge is having a conference call with everybody involved in the case today that's what's happening today national association of federal judges is called an emergency meeting for today to address growing concerns about the intervention of the justice department and president trump in politically sensitive cases Philadelphia US District Court judge symphony roof who heads the independent federal judges association said the group could not wait intell it's spring conference to weigh in on a deepening and this is their words crisis that has enveloped the justice department and Attorney General William Barr supposed to be sentenced on third and third there are plenty of issues that were concerned that our concerts there are plenty of issues that we are concerned about she said we'll talk all of this through that's this is today this is the day I guess roof was nominated to the bench by president George W. bush said that more than one thousand federal Joris many of them Republicans call for the meeting last week after trump criticized prosecutors initial sentencing recommendation for his friend Roger stone anymore that is really in this morning the department of justice overruled them a trump also took a swipe at the federal judge who is set to presided stone sentencing hearing on Thursday is this the judge did put Paul man a fort in solitary confinement something that not even mobster Al Capone doing new I understand that the court has symbols like the bonus room always got get out to get out you know from tweeted last week referring US district judge Amy Berman Jackson how did she treat cricket Alary just looked just
"alary" Discussed on KTOK
"Unfortunately is not the party of by and for the people it is a party that has been and continues to be influenced by the foreign policy establishment in Washington represented by Alary Clinton and others foreign policy by the military industrial complex in other greedy corporate interests yes I was greedy corporations unlike government that's never greedy unlike recipients of government largesse who are never agreed I like politicians trial lawyers never greedy Chuck Todd on MSNBC none of this matters to him the really desperately wants to rid the country of Donald Trump because Chuck Todd is such a a force mover a power mover in his wife's probably telling the ducks and she's a left wing hack Democrats cut fourteen go look I think this underscores the challenge Democrats have after today all of this testimony has built this very damning Hey at the same time there's more what what very damning case you idiot do you have to regurgitate everything Adam Schiff says you're supposed to be a journalist this is the weakest conga line of hand picked witnesses I've ever seen no smoking gun overwhelmingly here say what you had here is basically a small cabal of state department in Annecy bureaucrats within like trump wars policies yet every single one of them testified the president did not bribe anyone our committed impeachable event right not a single one of them could I get accused the president of criminality and only a single one of them had directly spoken with or met with the president on the issues that are being discussed but the information you see lay the evidence is overwhelming what evidence is overwhelming go ahead to follow and there's more investigating to do and I think it is they're going to probably may I think they have enough information do you bring Volker back do you bring someone back for that I was trying to tell you before we started which in the calendar calendar versus they're very excited right now they're pours a wide open there sweating like a like athletes when in fact they're nerds they're very they're very worked up very very excited the they've been pushing impeachment since before the president was elected president and there they want you to think and maybe in some ways the right that they have enormous power this is Jeff mother soccer it's been pushing impeachment and your lack he's been pushing impeachment New York slimes washing compost pushing impeachment it's true I'll be right back van holiday tips and fun facts from Paul christening dexter total anymore there somethin Salvatori of our bubbles are ridiculous selection of champagne and.
"alary" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Is not the party of by and for the people it's a part is a party that has been and continues to be influenced by the foreign policy establishment in Washington represented by Alary Clinton and others foreign policy by the military industrial complex in other greedy corporate interests yeah it is called the the swamp it'll see that as Congress woman told to Gabbard who will Hillary Clinton would like you to believe is what a Russian mole maybe a Russian spy working with the Russians to try to take down the Democratic Party how are you friends I'm Sergio senses you're listening to the Danish show and Southern Command chiming in it is Dan is taking care of some personal business of today and tomorrow would love to speak to you about this circus this impeachment circuits is taking place in the C. I'll talk with you a little bit thanks to Steve for all the cats from the the debates for the snooze or of the Democrat party debate that took place last night what and how comical we get some delicious gets to share with you as well on the Democrat party debate last night for who was at MSNBC and what ball Washington post all right meantime let me just clear some of the calls on the has been hanging on like forever want to say something on on this impeachment circus has taken place and before that I take your calls at eight four four three four four Dana a four four three four four thirty to sixty two let me say this you have this on my notes here it is undeniable this is true its unmistakable truth and all these days of of so called intelligence committee house hearings have been taking place all these multiple witnesses that have come up how much time has been spent how much audio has been spliced in edited and repeated multiple witness says clearly stating there was no quid pro quo including ambassador to revive the **** that National Security Council guy Mister Morrison was named Jim Morrison good Volker no quid pro quo ambassador Gordon son that he came out swinging right he came out swinging yesterday all yeah I believe this quid pro quo and then Adam Schiff middle name full of it it takes a little break restroom break comes out speaks to the microphones with clear evidence that we've got that and then he gets slice and dice with the Republicans later in the day and as the Wall give back all of maybe it is a quick pro quo for a meeting at the White House with the president but beyond the whole financial thing vis a US government welfare check to Ukraine known no quid pro quo more on the real investigation for personal political benefit we'll talk more about that with you it's the investigation for personal political benefit no I'm not talking about the whole Ukraine thing and raise my and the bidens I'm talking about the Democrats a little circuits are holding right now for days now for their political benefit because they're gonna get it they will get that political benefit absolutely they're going to ring the bell history they will impeach and the U. S. outside the Democrat controlled sign they will impeach Donald Trump it's coming I nothing you can do to stop that they just gonna keep online online until they get their vote and put that into the Federal Register and into their into the history books but then my question is what you can do them how you gonna react president trouble not be removed from office he will be impeached by the US house talk line is eight four four three four four Dana made four four three four four thirty two C. sixty two into you from Danish Southern Command and McAllen Texas my name Sergio such that precinct you guys hang on well let me see we guess I can figure some families would have to say Keith is joining us from North Carolina I don't care great are you yeah I mean I got somebody which one say so just promises some politically in different here are really I think it's kind of funny are you Republicans Democrats hate each other entertaining Dallas sharp Yara you know he's not really my kind of guy yeah it you know he's a he's form so common to me okay very good for a prize personally I don't care for I have an autistic child when he did that thing or your style is now often that guy for me you know there's no need for that kind of behavior aside from that maybe people like that are better suited for political office that being said at my problem is that why do you Kerry it also it comes across guilt what else can we do a master dot frustratingly call tomorrow he's a stroke what do you want with a blank the wall he's not that I know nothing no quid pro quo nothin I just want to do to do the right thing how did who is instructor master negotiator what what what hang on hang on though I don't get it but how the cable did you want him to do I want him to do what he said on TV you said it's a job New York I heard come out of it is not his job to investigate corruption okay so now what is the address is there no more you know when I heard the old you know of any no I got your body not you know what I got from from that comment don't appreciate your phone call key the thanks for checking in you know what I got is he's gonna trust and I've got the the transcription from as reading through him during the break a bit more he's trusting the new talk show host a former talk show host president of Ukraine who've never been dog catcher before just like Donald Trump as a talk show host became president of the estates at he's going in there on a promise as has been testified by some these people at the so called intelligence committee hearings the president you can't could you crane went in there going Solomon was forced to admit it he went in there to to fight corruption to be transparent he said but also like to fight corruption he's trusting the president of Ukraine to do the right thing look into these matters look into all these rumors of how there that was you craning in force of the twenty sixteen election charisma and all these politicians are on the take more poorly they circle back to the United States of America through blood can first son of the former vice president wants to run he didn't say all these words but this corruption has to be looked into he trusted the present new president show host Talansky of Ukraine to do what's right for his country and for justice for the true that's what I heard he was let me let me go to Florida Terry joining us on the Danish was empty how are you doing Sergio good good Hey I was just like this now you people I went to the inauguration I've been to see president trump twice I camped out for thirty one hours when he was in Orlando in June I was twenty three feet from the president I've been closer Donald Trump most of the people that I I love it so yeah wearing your hat where you're sure put your bumper sticker on your cars in your trial get some manhood I wear my drum stuff everywhere I get no negative comments the only thing I get is storms up and people are pissed off at the Democrats wasting our money on all of this and it's gonna be a landslide for Donald J. trump is going to be about seven o'clock in twenty twenty and Rachel Maddow is going to be crying again yeah hi I'm there with him today Terry thanks thanks for the call yeah this is another waste of time the first one to the tune of tens and tens of millions of taxpayer dollars and this smaller investigation and now there's a what what Devin newness say right was this is the low rent continuation of another lie of the Bob Millar investigation the council of the talk line is eight four four three four four thirty to sixty two you are in tune with the Danish show I have the privilege and honor to be here for our friend Dana lashes strings thing here's a personal business and we can talk about all this impeachment we can talk about what's coming if the impeachment oil is coming like I told you there will be political consequences that will be suffering and there might be a lot of seats in these machine middle mmhm we're districts ago from data are are indeed back and forth those Democrats are vulnerable that's coming up next year as well let me stay in this a woman from four and we're going to Indiana now on the Danish Dan is joining us from Indiana was seventy yeah I guess local law so it really roll out all the politicians you could tell out mentally disturbed they actually all are specially the Democrats in this case what's what's the line just just watch them or what's really upsetting accepts that a lot of people in the United States is is a corruption and healthy but actually goes first of all yeah Ron and then all the sudden the trade towers are on the ground and then no mention of Enron yeah espy got sick but whatever and then you have the thing that went on out last the the ranchers reaching the constitution United States and that the F. B. I. in Oregon state police set up an ambush and that guy gets out of the truck they can fire with two women in it and all of a sudden they canning down in cold blood now this is serious stuff the policy should say or do what they want well the United States are getting sick and tired of it and make sure they get a compass up well we better check and see how many are then sold in this country yeah let me ask you something then because you're kind of hinting at one of the questions I I wrote down that really want to ask the national audience you think president trump should take up shifty chef Mister Adam Schiff middle name full of Hey can I think danceable see also send a season once and on the invitation to these back he settled Donald Trump going speaking from the intelligence committee good luck with that you think he should take them up on the invitation yes or no nothing's gone already done that I'm sorry go ahead go an answer they were quick to well I can only hope that they'll trip no matter who he was it is or will be yeah will actually be a good honest man and do what's right I hope that he claims I do believe he's a good honest man I'm I'm well there's no such thing as a good man if you look from king of Christian scripture respect no such thing as good but Donald Trump that what you see is what you get and he loves his country and he's not a.
"alary" Discussed on The Atheist Experience
"What you're saying i do you have an incredibly confused look on what is moral and what is not because you've begun with god is perfect and we're depraved. You've just accepted these and when i ask what about us as depraved your answers well we're sinners. We're not in line with god. Your entire argument is circular. You don't have a reason beyond what you believe god to be. How do you know you're right about what god is especially if you acknowledge that you can't possibly know if somebody's guilty enough to be on death row like if you've already acknowledged that you can't possibly know that with much more evidence than is presented for god how how can you be so sure that god exists that he is just that we are sinners because those seem like much more broad leaps into a presupposition than suggesting that somebody may have committed a crime worthy of the death penalty. I mean you seem to know him. I know a lot about what god thinks. How do you know i guess i know from from what scripture tells you which which scripture which scripture we talking about the the the old testament the new testament the koran the bag of gaeta uh-huh oh well i would say the probably the christian scriptures are the ones where jesus jesus pals around with prostitutes intel's without send to throw the first stone really and i think that's awesome. I think i have nothing against prostitutes into. That's a live valerie alary. Don't th okay. I am one of the i'm one of the most reluctant people on the planet to say that someone is lying because to me lying is an intentional attempt at deception. It's not just merely being wrong. You think that prostitution is depraved and hurts families and the prostitutes and now you're saying that you you don't have anything against prostitution. That's a lie. It has to be a lie. Just stand by what you think and i would say honestly not partly because i i feel like i would be the same way without god. You would be the same shitty person that you say. You don't have a problem with i can't i don't see how it sounds like that and i genuinely do not need it to i genuinely that's like saying. I don't mean to be racist but the jews are god's chosen people and everybody else's inferior. I don't mean to be racist. You don't agree with me that these sex industry weather whether a perfectly viable income or not can hurt marriages. I i agree with you. Anything can hurt marriages. I agree with you that any i had jaw. I i had a job that hurt my marriage. I had friends who've had jobs marriage. They can go anywhere near prostitution. The problems that you're pointing to aren't isolated to prostitution. I i awesome. You don't think that prostitution hurts a marriage more than the honey. I'm working too many hours and by the way do you think the prostitution can help a marriage. No well you're wrong. You are demonstrably way the fuck wrong right there. I mean i can tell you from.
"alary" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"But they have two of the cop seven that the minimum players in the world and pass away, probably the most compatible running-mate, LeBron James has ever had. I mean he's obviously he's played with great players Dwayne Wade, and Chris Bosh and timing, Irving and all this stuff. But this is the perfect pick and roll partner. Perfect guy to complement what he does guy you can defend the ramp is a perfect that this is the best duo in the NBA now, especially with Kevin Durant out. This is due in the NBA. They just got put enough around to make it work. Kurt he'll and joining us from pro basketball talk, the, the Lakers were gonna have somewhere between twenty three million twenty seven million to spend on free agencies. Did you think that they try to go and spend the vast majority of that on a player, whether it's Kemba Walker? Jimmy Butler, somebody like that, or they going to take that money and sprinkling around and try to fill out a roster with that remaining dollars. Buzz is just talking to other teams that they're, they're talking about big game hunting, which, by the way, if you're gonna Kemba or be Butler or Irving, you're somebody now you've gotta talk to the pelicans about pushing that back because you don't have enough money to max those guys out seven to nine year guys. They're there you're gonna have to do that whole little trick. You sign the number six number four, pick and then trade him, you know, as part of the package to, to free up money because you need the thirty two and a half million to sign those guys. I don't know if that's the wise, move, by the way, like if you will you watch the NBA finals. Let's say you have a top heavy team. You know, the Lakers go get Kemba whatever. You. If you have a top heavy team, you are one injury away from that really being struggle as opposed to Toronto, which looked quite Leonard was not one hundred percent in that finals. And he was great. He won the MVP earned it. But, you know, one of them that was that there was Fred vanfleet and, you know, surge Baca and Danny green and the Lakers to me, you've got to those, you've got those two guys what you need our guys around them and spend that money on three guys to go with Kuzina. So you've got now cyclic your six or seven deep, then you gotta shot but can let me in and we'd bad at this around, and, and I don't know that we ever came would clear definitive answer on the money. That's already there for the Lakers, can the players on the contract. Give some money back, so that they can have increased cap space, like LeBron like AD. No. That's just I mean, I guess, in I didn't know. Nobody's ever done it in the NBA the union would found on their Ciro chance. Lebron, a heavy taken a big union guy who's been who's been very much vocal about take what you can get man. The owners are making a ton of money off us. Let's get our share for him to get it back. It would be it would just never happened. It's theory Davis could take less on an extension or somebody like Kemba or Jimmy Butler, could take less to come, but it's highly unlikely Kemba got remember. He's got the supermax, if they wanna give it to them, which is why I keep hearing is gonna stay in Charlotte. Jimmy Butler, that fifth year might meet a lot for a guy with his kind of injury history. So I mean it just depends what they think is a priority, but I be shocked if any of them gave money back. One of it don't give money back then you looking at genie bus and saying, pay this Alary play the, the tax write much tax. Yeah. Yeah. But it's not that I mean, they just don't have the cap space to max those guys. I there's, there's literally I mean, I guess you could try to dump who's for nothing but he doesn't make that much. It's just the problem is with those two max guys you just become. You just become your hands are tied..
"alary" Discussed on ESPN FC
"That one for Australia was a fair goal, but we have to save that for another podcast somewhere down the road. All right. It is time to preview tomorrow's matches. Plus, we have that interview with Mallory pew that we mentioned. But first, let's take a real quick break. All right. Then let's preview Sunday's games. Of course, we are in group. F we've got the United States and Sheila as well as Sweden and Thailand. But before we get to that, let's listen into this interview, Julie Foudy with Mallory Pugh. All right now I World Cup game. First World Cup goal described that moment for us. Honestly, I was just so excited. And so it's funny because Alex pass me the ball or like kind of flicked it in behind. And I was gonna shoot it first time. And I was like, now can't do that. So I'm glad I took my touch around the keeper finished it that way. Because I think if I would've shot at first time I don't know it could have been saved. So, but I was just like so excited. And I remember Tina saying on the bench on the first half she was like, if someone scores on the bench, you have to come over here. So, I was like, okay I'm coming over to the bench. Six goals by you World Cup debutants as well. Rose mentioned yesterday. You actually shed a tear for her goal as well. What did you all discuss is the youngsters on this team? Did you talk about that? No, we didn't. But I honestly think that we all are just like so determined, and really just like are buying into our game plan. So I think that since we are doing. That we, we were able to score six goals. How important is this young energy that you bring in this youth contingent to the group? Yeah. I think it's super important. I know that we are a bit wild and crazy. But I do think that some of the older players, do do really love it and love the energy that we do bring, and it's great the I mean, the team morale right now the past like few months, it's been amazing. And honestly, everyone's just I don't know for me. At least it feels like everyone's just like having fun. And that's the way it should be one impact if any will all the noise about the number of goals and the types of celebration, and that Thailand game. How will that impact you all with your approach to Chile? Honestly, I don't we haven't really talked about it as a team. But I don't think it will really have that much impact, I know that our, our next goal is to. In the chili game. And we're going to execute any game plan that is thrown at us to do that. And if, if we need a score goals, we're gonna score goals, and honestly, I think I think we're, we're getting prepared. And I think by the time Sunday comes we'll be ready or so there we hear from Owlry pew talking about Sunday's game against Chile and a few other things. It's interesting, right? The only thing anybody else wants to talk about with this group is the celebrations the thirteen goals, but as here there from Alary, they're not even really talking about it, internally anything from that interview jump out at UK because I got a few things that I wrote down. I just think the joy in the entertainment aspect that youngsters can provide. We talked about it before that there's something about your first World Cup where you're not bur burden by pressure of expectation. And that's what that youngster group brings. And I know that when the youngsters are on the team when I was a youngster you're kinda goofy and silly because you're a bit immature still, and you're not burdened by real world. Responsibile. At all. You got that mortgage yet. Yeah. You don't have mortgage or if you're you don't have a partner yet. Or if you do it's nothing like where it's like it like kids stuff..
"alary" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Loss to the pistons season ending one fifteen to one eighty nine Mets bested the twins nine six while the Yankees trail the Astros top of the ninth. Eight two six zero w we'll war whether channel forecast looking at a nice warm up into the start of the weekend. Maybe some Sunday, rain showers. Sunrise temperature around forty with increasing clouds, intervals of clouds and sun Thursday, a high of fifty five cloudy on Friday, a high near sixty I'm meteorologist Mark tibido from the Weather Channel on seven ten w we'll walk day twelve breaking news at one start your day with Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the morning six until ten tomorrow. I'm sue Guzman on seven ten wwl Orrin NBC, News Radio station. Is happening in the city mister New York's talking about it. Mark Simone, weekdays from ten till noon on seven ten W O R now, it's the Dave Ramsey show. Ramsey solutions broadcast from the dollar Colorado state, but Dave Ramsey show. Or dad is dumb cash is king and up. Has taken the place of the BMW as the status symbol of choice on. Dave Ramsey, your host. Thank you for joining us. Open phones at triple eight eight to five five two two five that's triple eight eight to five five two two five starting off this hour is Jackie in Boston. Hey, jackie. How are you? I'm doing Dave. How are you better than I deserve? What's up? So I am looking for suggestions on how to how to ask Chris Alary increase. I have been in the first time I've really been in a corporate job for about the past five years. And while I've moved up in position and gotten increases at that point. I've been in the same position now for about three years and just gotten my annual, you know, one and a half two percent raises, and I'm really looking for a larger increase. I'm looking about how to present that to my director. Schwab shoes with your director for minute. You're now sitting on the other side of the desk and a lady that's worked on your team for three years with culture living raises only comes.
"alary" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Is dancing around all cocky? Got his guard down. Looking a little groggy. Switch tells the story. I loved it. I loved it. This knucklehead thinks he's Sugar Ray, Leonard bobbin and we've got his arms hanging down in his face out. Ryan Berlet good hit hit me. Good and his opponent. Look like he had been hit numerous times, his eyes were all swollen it at a long night. Yes, he did. And all of a sudden this guy, Bob, and we even peekaboo, and then all of a sudden, poppy just got smashed with one. Woah, wait, a minute drop them. Yeah. It's great. Did you have a worst of the weekend? That was everything. Okay. Best appalling best and worst. I just have a great guard. Carson Edwards of the perpetrator. Boilermakers taken down Villanova Carson Edwards with forty two points and thirty nine minutes that kid he can score great lift on his jumper to man. I was also looking Zion. Williamson and Duke survived freshman with at least thirty points, and at least ten rebounds in the NC double A tournament lifetime. Mark McGuire is on this list. Marcus camby's on this list. Mo Williams from Alabama's on this list. Carmelo Anthony is on this list. And now Zion Williamson is on this list. Most points by a Duke player in the tournament since Jay Williams had thirty four against UCLA back in two thousand one what if do could lost. What would we be saying today? What would the lead be because it wouldn't be central Florida? It would be we would focus on Duke underachievers Zion. Misses a free throw all this talk. They couldn't shoot coach K. You got your one in Duns, but you didn't recruit any players who could shoot. I mean. I'm curious what the spin would be. If do good lost that game. Losing to Johnny Dawkins than it would be hey, should Johnny Dawkins be considered next in line to take over for coach K? It depends on how far you want to take this. But there would be some questions, and they could have easily. They should've lost. They should have central Florida had the CIA. And this wasn't Duke losing this would have been central Florida winning the game because they were making big shots big plays there. But I wonder what the spin would be today. Duke had lost. Yes. Mclovin. Exposed to be an elite defensive team. I thought they looked lazy closing down on threes again. And again, and again, I thought they were one of the best defensive. They were not. I mean UCF shot fifty percent from three and they were open. Yeah. You know? It's it's one of those where you kind of I don't want to say that you don't respect your opponent because coach K would not allow that to happen. But it just felt like, hey, Unisys, central Florida. I Khuda we play after you almost got feeling during the game in the beginning of their like who who do we play through central Florida? We can always flip the switch at halftime. I mean, it's closed mcmahan central Florida. And then all of a sudden, they get momento. And then you're trying to flip that switch, and they couldn't do it in central Florida was the better team down the stretch. If you make that dunk that alleyoop. So you're up at Europe six with one fifty to go. And now they're going to have to file in it. And then you're gonna have to rely on a three point shot that this time would have been contested. But give them credit in transition Cam radish hits a big three three that I think is sort of lost. Because Zion hit the big who foul out taco falls. And then you had RJ Barrett with the put back there here is ion Williamson talking about those last couple of seconds dockets came flying in mean when he tipped to microseconds when that borrowed around going last K talks about lot with the basketball. God's our back. Here's coach K on central Florida's performance. I feel bad that they lost. I mean, I'm exhort hap-. Yeah. It's like. The ain't gonna Yang here because they were serving of winning and there were so good. And I'm so proud that those kids played at the level of their coach and the coach Johnny Dawkins who is probably the most important recruit that coach K's ever had in his tenure at Duke because he's the first star real star. And if you really want to break it down even further the first African American star do because he'd had Danny ferry there had been other player, Marc Alary. But when they got Johnny Johnny Dawkins changed Duke and Johnny made Duke a little cooler to watch. And it was just it was different when they got him there. And so he had been at Stanford now at central Florida his son playing for him, and you could tell coach K at the end of that game as pretty tough, even though you one, and I think there was part of him that you know, you just you have to feel for Johnny Dawkins in at central Florida. Take phone. Calls coming up a few best and worst of the week. And we talked a lot about gronk. I know that we want to categorize right away because he just retired. So is he the greatest tight end of all time. Like, I guess. I I don't know what you're comparing it to you know, at times he was he wasn't consistently. Great. But when he was great he was greater than anybody else. Who's played that position. And there've been a lot of great players who played that position. I think winning helps him more because he had four great seasons. Maybe four maybe five and a lot of coverage. And he got headlines you're playing you're playing in big games. Whereas some of these other tight ends that we talk about it. John Mackey and Mike Ditka. You throw in Kellen Winslow. Antonio gates. Tony Gonzalez, sharp Ozzie Newsome was great. But they didn't have the platform that gronk tip. And when you're producing in the playoffs playing big big games in you know, that that can tip your well. We do this with other positions certainly quarterback. How many Super Bowls? Did you win? I think in this situation. You look at what granted I go back. And I don't know if the comparison is apt, but like Terrell Davis was unbelievable for about a five year period. And I made the argument if gale sayers can be in the hall of fame, why can't Terrell Davis. He had four great years. He rushed for two thousand yards. He had a couple of Super Bowls that he won. And he was a key ingredient to them winning. Not John Elway was Terrell Davis. And he said, well, what is a hall of Famer of injuries cut short? And you know, I could look at Greg's career of five great years. Unbelievable years sorta like Terrell Davis. And that's why I argued for. Well, Davis get into the hall of fame because I thought you know, what gale sayers got in and gale sayers was as dramatic as any running back. I ever saw him alive. He was something. I'd never seen him on when I was growing up because he was making cuts that I just didn't think were possible. Lisa I running back. I remember Jim Brown. I was able to watch the Browns because I grew up in Ohio. So you watch them every Sunday, and Jim Brown was just this force. But gale sayers. If we were if we were putting on music, I'm putting on heavy metal for Jim Brown. I'm putting on jazz. I'm putting on Coltrane for gale sayers. Gale sayers to me was who knows what he would have been into with today's technology that he would have come back from that knee injury. And then you had OJ right after gale sayers. Like, those were transformative moments in my life of watching something where you just I had not seen that before. I'd I'd not seen running backs without ability. That's speed that ability to be able to cut like, but no one was like gale sayers until Barry Sanders, though, but you know, gronk hall of Famer great career and a lot of fun. But. But I don't know if he's done. I just even when I heard the news. I'm like, I don't know feels like you rest for four four months. Certainly takes away from the headlines Robert Kraft, the patriots owner who over the weekend. He said, hey, I'm sorry. But I never said what he's sorry four. And I'm not sure what the strategy is with Robert Kraft. We hadn't heard from you. And then you come out, and you say, you're sorry. But you don't say what you're sorry for. And I don't know. I know you got a lot of sympathy with headlines over the weekend. I don't know if that's what he was looking for. But he got it Robert Kraft. Sorry, patriots owner sorry. And I thought, you know, if you if I would plead guilty if I thought that that kept that video from getting out, but it feels like that video is getting out. And then the local police say, it's it's really ugly we've seen it's really what like what is ugly. On this video with Robert Kraft. And you know, once this happened. I said the only thing that I care about what this story is is disciplined with the NFL in does that video get out because he's not going to jail pay a fine community service. But when he said he was he was sorry. I don't know what that means as we move forward with it. But I do think that video is getting out. Let's see Allen in Minnesota best was each euro worst. I wish Iowa's comeback or central. Florida's upset bid had come to fruition. Instead. We remain mostly. Yeah. Absolutely. I mean, it's a chalky Sweet Sixteen. It. Now means they're good teams. But it's sort of been boring yet a couple of close games certainly yesterday Duke against central magic of do bounce yesterday. What that would have done to the tournament because there's no must see player. There's no must see team. If Duke goes John Marantz already out. So who do you have? Tennessee. He got Admiral Admiral didn't even play like he says to his coach. Hey, don't put me in. I got four fouls. I can't play. I wanna play. I was like what? That wouldn't surprise me a little bit. He's a really good player, but Tennessee comes back after blowing a twenty five point lead. But who else where you go, man? I gotta watch that player Kentucky's best player. He's in a walking boot right now. Auburn's interesting. But can you name any of those players? I love North Carolina. There are a whole lot of fun. But I love this style. Their their point guard.
"alary" Discussed on Around the Rim
"The. Basketball fans, we have overloaded you with expertise, and we're bringing in another women's basketball analysts and experts of the show, please join me in welcoming the fantastic and wonderful Meagan Hughes Perry to the show. Welcome meghan. Thank you. Enter mak- excited to chat with you guys. Well, ceriga wants to go ahead to Rica. I. I. She she was happy. She got a little mentioned. But mega. You're an Ivy league girl yourself, which I love which my mother always wanted me to go to an Ivy league school, but you're also an analyst deep into I've league women's basketball done studio for them have just been great in your coverage this season. And so we want to know what your thoughts are on Princeton, Princeton comes into the NCAA tournament as the eleven. See they will take on the Kentucky Wildcats in Raleigh. The host team is NC state who will take on main and their first round game. Megan should Raleigh as a first and second round site be worried about the Princeton Tigers. Can they advance to the Sweet Sixteen? And why if you think so? Yeah, absolutely. I think that that entire racket should be worried about printing don't just say that because I do have my heart near and dear to either league. It's because of really what they've done in the core. I don't think that Princeton surprising. Anyone on the any of the Ivy league teams are what I think Princeton this year. The tale of two two for them the season before Bella Alary and the season after Bella Alary and so- Princeton non-conference had a very competitive on conference season. They played the likes of Paul Syracuse Kansas state Villanova, but they did. So without their star player leading score back to back Ivy league player of the year, Bella Alary. And so I think obviously how they finish this season. The Ivy league they dominated. I've playing came out the Ivy tournament champion with a big win against Penn. But I think that what they're capable of in the tournament. Their record is really not indicative of how they will perform because they now have our younger they're weighing in. She doesn't a lot of damage. What do you like about Bellas game? We what is the thing that stands out to most fans should be watching in the NCAA tournament. Yeah. Bella outreach who haven't seen her. She is must watch. She has six foot four forward. She has guard lightened and fees. I think she's super dynamic when most versatile. Players in the conference. You know, she gets it done offense on the defensive in she'd disruptive, she she the blocks in deflections, but she's capable of the defense of and when I think about Bella Alary you haven't seen her. She reminds me of a very raw Elena della Don, and I don't say that I don't say that like lightly at all I've been a long time scouting Elaine, Don during my time at the WNBA, but her on court movement or demeanor and the skill set that she has unbelievable. And we tell you something else. Like, Elaine Adela done. She had a really strong upside. But right now, she's been a dominant player in the Ivy league. No one has held her to a single digit game all season long, and she's had to lease five games where she scored thirty. Plus and she dropped forty five points at Columbia with ease back. Okay. Someone this shows up and she's not fear. The big moment at all. So for that reason. I think you know, anyone going up against Princeton has a lot to be worried about will. They will take on the Kentucky. Wildcats team led by Ryan Howard of fantastic freshman, and obviously Macy Moore's the sharp shooter. So they will be facing a lot of pressure. Wondering at Princeton will be ready for prepared for that aspect of things. And it was interesting watching Princeton because they were the final conference tournament championship. The Ivy league to be finished a find out that last automated qualifier and actually Princeton was in the NCAA selection committee's debatable eight which were last eight teams that were in consideration for the last four spots in the field for an at large bid. So it was actually a debatable seven because Princeton did go on to beat pin and things moved on from there..
"alary" Discussed on Around the Rim
"What happening where can fans find you either on Twitter, Instagram, whatever your preference as where can keep up with you. You're gonna have some phase after the show like more. I hope so I'm most schools still. So it's at at coach Scotty awesome. Well, that's if you see what that is. The right name because you have been coaching us on this podcast. Thank you so much for joining the show, and we look forward to seeing you in the first and second rounds. Thank you, China and say while you're doing for the game, thanks Christie. Basketball fans, we have overloaded you with expertise, and we're bringing in another women's basketball analysts and experts of the show, please join me in welcoming the fantastic and wonderful Meagan Hughes Perry to the show. Welcome meghan. Thank you trying to enter become excited to chat with you guys. Well, it's a Rica wants to go head to Rica. About the pipe up. She was happy. She got a little mentioned. But mega you an Ivy league girl yourself, which I love which my mother always wanted me to go to an Ivy league school. But you're also an analyst deep into Ivy league women's basketball done studio for them have just been great and your coverage this season. And so we want to know what your thoughts are on Princeton, Princeton comes into the NCAA tournament as the eleven. See they will take on the Kentucky Wildcats in Raleigh. The host team is NC state who will take on main and their first round game. Meghan should Raleigh. As a first and second round side, be worried about the Princeton Tigers. Can they advance to the Sweet Sixteen? And why if you think so? Yeah, absolutely. I think that that higher bracket should be worried about Princeton. And it don't just say that because I do have my my heart is near and dear to the I league it's because of really what they've done in the court. I don't think that Princeton surprising. Anyone don't think any of the Ivy league teams are what I think Princeton this year if the tale of two two seasons for them the season before Bella Alary and the season after Bella Alary, so Princeton non-conference had a very competitive non conference season. They played like the depaul Syracuse, Kansas state Villanova. But they did. So without their star player leading score back to back Ivy league player of the year, Bella Alary. And so I think obviously how they finished the season the Ivy league they dominated Ivy league playing came out as the Ivy tournament champion with a big win against Penn. But. I think that what they're capable of in the tournament. Their record is really not indicative of how they will perform because they now have Bella Alary under their wing. And she does a lot of damage. What do you like about Bellas game? We what is the thing that stands out to most fans should be watching in the NCAA tournament. Yeah. Bella outreach. You haven't seen her? She is must watch. She has split for forward. She has guard lights and fees. I think she's super dynamic when most versatile players in the conference. You know, she gets it done offense on the defensive in sheaves disruptive. She shooting the blocks and deflection. But she's capable of the defense of and when I think about L, Bella Alary, if you haven't seen her she reminds me of a very raw Elena della done, and I don't say that I don't say that lightly at all I spent a lot of time scouting Elena delegate during my time at the WNBA, but her on court movement her demeanor and the the skill set that she has is unbelievable. Let me tell you something else like a Adela gun. She has a really strong upside. But right now, she's been a dominant player in the Ivy league. No one has held her to a single digit game all season long and she pedal east five teams where she scored thirty. Plus and she dropped forty five points at Columbia with ease back. Okay..
"alary" Discussed on The Jump
"I do think it's close because for one if they can't trade for him this summer, then he goes he goes another year New Orleans. I think the window closes all around for the Lakers because if you have to wait another year, so when he gets free agency to get him on the Lakers, LeBron he's another year older. And I just think the whole window of having them with LeBron over with. That's my same argument. Why would I want to go and play if I can't play with LeBron James next season? And I have to go another year where LeBron quality thirty five thirty six. Why be twenty six twenty seven years old? I wanna play with somebody. That's my agent, you know, has five to eight year run that I can go with. I don't think the Lakers are going to be able to hold out that long. They would have to hold Amax Alary slot for Anthony Davis in twenty twenty which means it have you another season. Not as this is where they had to have all these guys on one years, right like Lance Stevenson, Richon, Rondo and everything they'd have to do that all over again next season to keep holding the cap space open for Anthony Davidson, twenty twenty I can't see why that would make sense for them either. Brian in column was saying look if the Lakers didn't have the assets at the trade deadline to trade for AD. Maybe they can try to get them trade other teams sort of like the clippers made this trade with Philly. They got more assets in and then they are now maybe in the Anthony Davis trae conversations, I don't know, man. I think that I think the pelicans told you the pelicans this is like he's just Ed into you. The pelicans told you they do not want to deal do deal with you. They do not like you're young ask. I I don't think it's happening. That right James. I don't necessarily think he needs a date like they could go out and get a guy like a Bradley Beal who opted saying Baker trade for so on somebody like Bradley Bill who is gonna have pretty much a wasted season. Extra because his best player is out pretty much all next year. Go and see if you could get Bradley Bill and have Bradley Bill on your Russell, LeBron James, and with this cast of you know, players that gonna be a year better and these shooters, that's that's not the home run. They're looking for, you know, this is a championship window is not a home run. Lebron more. So than Bradley. He's just a piece you would have to give Bradley Bill and AB seriously talking about taking advantage of LeBron's last year's and competing for championship which I can hold on. You're getting like I find it hard to believe the K will come join up with him this summer. I find it hard to believe the Golden State Warriors are going to low ball Klay Thompson and let him go. The lakers. I find it hard to believe kyri. We'll come back cross country play with LeBron again. I'm just wondering who you are getting to comb, and if AD is sort of out the window, maybe..
"alary" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"We're back at the raising fifty to do here on Monday. And this is always now with Pegasus. This is always a kind of an odd week because there's so many big racist talk about, but the eclipse awards, of course, we're on Thursday. So you wanna weave those in, and that's what we'll do each day this week, and the the first conversation I wanted to have was with western Hamilton because aside from aside from Arado teases daughter, I thought the most and also Joe Harper certainly west than Hamilton's win in the apprentice rider category was really a highlight. And everything that has happened to western Hamilton has really been pretty magical since breaking in in December of seventeen and having a absolutely perfect apprentice year that. Ends up rewarding him with the eclipse that I know it meant a lot to him from things that he had to say going in and it's a pleasure to welcome. And congratulations west than on the apprentice eclipse. Appreciate it. You know this. This is so much fun, and you know, for for your family and for for gory Smith, the he's brother down at Alary who we talked to late last year too. And your name came up. All the great writers that the that gory is as sent on their way. And you know, particularly your dad being able to ride and help you along. I just I think it's just wonderful. And I wanted everybody to hear from you today. Thank you. Talk about the patient of Thursday night. And you know, what what it was like being in that room? The it was. It was on explainable, boss. It was a great feeling. I had so many people there support me and have twenty people people Oklahoma families. My mom and dad couldn't make it. But he was watching it and created the whole ceremony. So. I definitely knew I had a lot of people pulling for me. And I was just really nervous. They came out with the little video, and it was showing in the wins and money earned. Egger morales. And and Ray Lou. I didn't know exactly where I was standing. I'm hundred percent where I was standing in the statistics. But I had heard a few things from different people. And and I checked it once or twice, but I didn't know exactly when everybody wants the bug and what they had. So I was never going into bit. And then when they came up with. I was winning by wins. And I was second earnings and heart this kind of sank Lou. I was going to beat me of when they called my name. It was just it was the best feeling in the world. It took everything that. Keep it together loss. In the speech. You were tremendous, and, you know, the growing up in the circumstance you did. And and knowing at what point that you wanted to ride professionally. I mean when how quickly growing up did you make that decision? I always had it in my mind that I wanted to ride. Mentioned it in my dad or anybody until really late. I guess I had ridden horses before when I was little, and I had just just trail Rodman Rodman, western saddles and stuff like that. But I I had never been in like race tack or anything anything like that. So it was definitely a new and learning experience when I first first started. But it was probably I was. Probably a couple of months out from graduating from graduating high school when I went up mentioned to my dad, I was gonna play congress across had a half scholarship to go play the coast, and Kansas and. So it was a big move to to not go to college..
"alary" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"Talk radio. Welcome back to the Jason Rancho rely on Online Trading Academy Sudi over the weekend. Whole bunch of women all across the country here in western Washington. They got together to March March in support of the women's March an organization that's run by anti-semites like to make them. Owlry? She's one of the founders of the women's March, and she's an anti Semite who refuses to acknowledge Israel's right to exist. They do. She claims Palestinians are being brutally oppressed or not. She says anti Semite Louis Farrakhan is the greatest of all time. He's not let you mean. The greatest antisemitic black leader of all type. Then I suppose I might give you that one. Linda, Sarsour is the national organizer of the women's March. She too was an anti Semite. She's quoted as saying nothing is creepy than Zionism. She doesn't believe Jews have the right to Israel. She embraces BBS. Boycott divest sanction. It's an anti semitic movement. And she too has praised Louis Farrakhan while there are controversies, and there are people who are concerned invalid critiques of us and our work and our movement. We have to also understand that the opposition is exploiting the differences that we have. And we say, no, we will not be divided. We're exploiting. Her anti-semitism got it. Sorry. I thought it was just pointing it out as a Jew, but I guess I'm exploiting it. And then of course, they tried to get out of this label of anti-semitism with language like this as the women's March unequivocally condemn, anti-semitism, racism, anti black racism, xenophobia and homophobia, got it only. Here's the problem with that. They don't view their positions on Israel or Jews as anti semitic. So they're able to say we condemn anti-semitism because they do not believe what they say is anti-semitic not to make a Mallory on PBS just last week wouldn't admit that Israel has a right to exist. I never heard someone worked so hard to get out of having to say that Israel has a right to exist. Are native to the land. You know, they were there for very long time. And so their native to the land. Do you feel that the Jewish people are native as well? I mean, I understand the history that. She won't answer. The our people have a number of sort of ideologies around why the Jewish people feel this should be their land. I'm not Jewish. So for me to speak to that is not fair. If you're willing to say that the Palestinians are native, but not the Jews are native. You're not neither because I'm speaking of the people who we know are being booed real Preston. That's just the reality. Is it your view that Israel has a right to exist as a nation. I have said many times that I feel everyone has a right to leagues this that doesn't mean anything, by the way. Remember all lives matter. You said that that was racist. So let's just be clear. Does Israel have the right to exist or not I feel everyone has a right to exist. I just don't feel that anyone has a right to exist at the disposal of another group in your view. Does that include as rallies and Israel? I believe that all people have the right to exist. Are also suffering with a great crisis and scholars who will sit here and say the same. I'm done talking about this. Okay. Requires call early knowledge to be able to say that Israel has a right to its it. Again. I believe everyone has the right to leave. But she doesn't she doesn't. I mean, she believes in your right to exist. Just not in Israel. And when we had a local leader of the women's March in Seattle is hunter Keller on the show on Friday. This was late in the show in case. You didn't hear it? She would would not say to make him Alary is anti-semitic. She didn't feel comfortable criticizing her here. We think Linda Sarsour and Mallory probably have some blind spots light spots. Do we all have weinstocks? Yes. It would not be fair for me as a white woman who has grown up with immense privilege here in this country to call out. What I consider other people find fast because I have my own journey to travel on. And I think those of us who call out people with blind spots without examining our own. We have the furthest to travel fair enough now to be fair. She set me up for an easy question that I knew she was going to answer thusly. Do you think the president is racist or sexist because I've seen some of that language at your events. And you do why are you comfortable? Okay. So why are you comfortable calling him out? But you're not comfortable calling to make a Mallory or Linda Sarsour out. Well, I think that actions speak louder than words, and let's see serious. Our president is in charge of putting children in cages at our southern border. You created a false crisis. There's not there's not an actual crisis at our border. It's one of the Mallory doesn't believe that Israel has the right to exist. That seems like a rather significant position supporting? Louis Farrakhan, calling Jews termites I feel like I would be willing to call someone out as well. Don't complete Louis Farrakhan, Louis Farrakhan, called Jews termites and to make a Maori is a supporter and fan of Louis Farrakhan, you have called out Louis Farrakhan. Correct. His statements as back. Okay. So, but she won't call out her own leadership. Instead, she'll proudly stand with them. Proudly stand with an anti Semite. You might just be an anti Semite yourself awkward, but it looked to have.
"alary" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Show. Jay Markley David van camp. Okay. Other news for the women's March. It's losing more members. Yes. All the time very quietly. Some people are leaving. Now, the leaders of the women's March have repeatedly now come under fire recently because of anti semitism, accusations among other things. Alary is one of those people facing those allegations because she is buddies with Louis Farrakhan, Louis Farrakhan, who has done call me. I'll call them Louis C. I was just reading something about Louis C, K, Louis Farrakhan. Okay. You know, he's done little things like comparing Jews to termites. Yes. That but the women's March they love everybody. No, they don't and they want to bring everybody in not if you. If you're pro-life. Well, no. And not if you're conservative, right? But the rights of the women. Yes. Okay. So incidentally, she's also called him the goat before the greatest of all time greatest. Greatest of all time. The greatest of all time is what it said. There was a photo caption greatest of all time where she's hanging out with Louis Farrakhan. Okay. So that's something and she showed up on you yesterday. And they asked about that little tidbit of information. What about that friendship? You have. I think it's important to put my attendance my presence that was day, which is the highest holy day for the nation of Islam. As leader as a black leader in a country that is still dealing with some very serious unresolved issues as relates to the black experience in this country. I'm going to a lot of difficult species. I wrote a piece immediately following the beginning of this controversy talking about wherever my people are that's where I must also be. So I also go into prisons where there are people who have been convicted of heinous acts. Dodge the question, but you don't go into difficult spaces, by the way is one of my favorite phrases that you'll hear all day on this show. Why is that I go into difficult spaces is one of the alternate cop outs out of many that you'll hear her take part in? But I don't think they ask why do you go to certain places? Yeah. It's what's the deal with your relationship with Louis Farrakhan, called him the greatest of all time. Right. Let's talk about the relationship. Well, it's it's the highest religious day, and, you know, being a member of a country here the black experience. I mean, I go into some difficult. What are you talking about? And she talks about going into prisons right to hang out with with firs, which I know a lot of people who do that as a form of ministry, and you do that. But at the same time, you don't take a photo with them and say, hey, bet murderer greatest of all time is correct that guys rapist greatest. Of all time. You don't do that. Correct. But what about calling him the greatest of all time why call him the greatest of all tied in call him the greatest ball time because his rendering I called an of all time because of what he's done in black communities. Okay. Okay. See that that woman. Right. There has just revoked all right to criticize anybody who supports President Trump now pretty much. Yes. Because my knowledge Trump has never called Jews termites right now. Well, it's gone has. And she's saying I follow him because of the good things. He's done for black people. I mean, I don't follow him. Because of the words he says, but the things he does. I mean, he's racist. But not to my people, right? Okay. He's on my team. All right. So that's why I called him the greatest good. Okay. Good. Great. Just so we know the rules, then I mean, he's a bigot. But he's helped out some black people. So it's all good making McCain, meanwhile on the view comes back asking, if they'll at least condemn the stuff that Farrakhan is said, we did not make those. You can't say to you is that I don't agree with many of minister, Farrakhan statements. Jewish people as I said, I don't agree with me have minister Farrakhan's statement. I don't agree with these statements at the end of the day won't condemn it out to be very clear. It's not my language is not the way that I speak. It is not how Oregon a timeout. What's wrong with condemning what he said? Can you answer that? No, okay. Because she's not going to do that. It doesn't seem. Okay. It is not how organized, and I think it is very clear over the twenty years of my own. Personal track. Yeah. Lion crash should never be judged through the lens of a man. Yes, never be done through the lens of a man. Isn't that another again like I said there's a lot of cop outs in a little bit of audio. We have from that interview. But that's a that's a good one to the eyes of a man. No granted a man is the greatest of all time. I said so. But I don't I don't. His I eye. But even though he's the greatest the heck are you talking about shines through the lens of a man is actually not. The applause. Speaking for all women when you're associating with extreme anti semitism. Yeah. I like that Meghan McCain coming back at the end and just saying I I don't like you pretend to speak for all women. Then you you don't allow pro-life women conservative women in your movement, and you and you associate with the guy who calls Jews termites, or this Tannock jus, I think was another one of his phrases, the N double ACP has left the women's March. Okay. The I mean, a lot of groups Amnesty International USA, gone. Glad gone the human rights campaign gone southern poverty Law Center, gone national Resources Defense Council, gone Greenpeace USA out. They're all going. Wow. Yes. And well, I wonder what she has to say to that. I think maybe it's time for some of the people who jumped all over anybody who dared ask the question. What is the women's March all about? Going on. I honestly, dude, you know, this I meant it. Sincerely care. There was no clear message. Like what's the goal? What is the March about do? You do you know yet? No. Well, I think the fact that you have so many liberal groups now leaving is evident to the fact that there was nothing. Really? There was no coherent message other than they all hated Trump. Right. Either. Because of pass things he had said or the way whatever it was it was because of Trump that is what United all of these groups. But I never understood. Okay. What's the end goal? Usually as a group that gets together, a nonprofit you. You have a goal in mind. We wanna end cancer. We want to end poverty, homeless, whatever it might be never understood it. Okay. Good talk there. So how is it that you can sell less than a thousand albums yet top the charts? As far as sales. It's the new is the new way of doing business now music industry so billboard. They of course, ranked the most popular albums of the week in the United States. They said that a boogie would've hoodies album climb to the top of the equivalent of fifty eight thousand sales for the week ending January tenth he only sold eight hundred twenty three albums, but because they're using the metric now of combining album sales with also on demand. Streams so we got eighty three million on demand. Streams? Which which as they put it together, they put pen to paper and say, well, that's the equivalent of fifty eight thousand sales, and that means you got the number one spot on the billboard two hundred chart. Okay. And the artist is again. Boogie would a hoodie. Okay. That's great information. You know, what I'm gonna do with it? What's that? Well, when I roll into the house tonight, and my son and my daughter's there, I'm going to have that playing as I'm walking up the stairs on my phone. Okay. Go. What are you doing? Listen to bow you with a hoodie. What are you doing? What? That's my jam album is hoodie season. Yes. S Z N is how they out spelt. Yeah. It's already Caesar's reference. Thank you very much for that. Any dad any mom really can do this. You'll drive your kids. Absolutely. Not just one of my favorite things..
"alary" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran
"So most people have to rely on their investments to build wealth because they have a sense Alary in job. We have the ability to produce cash-flow on demand and build wealth. Not only much more rapidly. Our job is to not lose a and so that conversation flipped it. Because I think I'm making money to put into this thing to become rich. Where are the opposite is true? And it's like the business is what makes rich and now we just have to put in their crates and leverage. But do it in a way that doesn't lose. I mean, you know, what's interesting about that statement, I interviewed Mark Ford. Also and his team is pen name is Michael Masterson ramp. And he wrote one of my favorite books. Ready fire. It's interesting, but he would say that sounds like a very conservative statement. And then have that awesome. But ready fire eight you know, it was concerned financial hero super continue. I think it's probably learned a lot of lessons when he was. We also. As on your biggest risk is. That were. Okay with risk. Yeah. We're usually were comfortable missing. So I apply it that nature to my first set of investments back in two thousand nine. I just here's the grant. Here's here's in Greco. A lot of work out. And I was like now. Broke more essentially compared to where it was. Until I had that pithy for Mark. Which is like you made them you're done job. Well, done just ethanol, you know, Mike. That's that's a really interesting point. You know, don't lose money, right and Warren Buffett says donors Yanni. You know, people say that are, you know, there's another kind of another area of life were on people are losing money. And they don't really think about it the same way that so you Morse well divorce the big word is a very costly thing. And interestingly usually people think it's because he got half where she got half right in that they're bitter about that. But that's really not the biggest cost of divorce necessarily. It's being forced to liquidate assets at inopportune times. So if you've got a portfolio of real estate, you know, I always say time, you're divorces if divorce. Okay. House up time. Was a pretty good. Extent, the Trump trade in stark has now been pretty much wiped out. Right. So we'll always what was the other expensive you're but the other expenses just in like, I'm thinking about that. Because you know, we're sitting here in your beautiful house. Your secondhand in Austin, Texas, and we all live now in me being those recent in a no income tax state in when I'm in Orange County, California. You know, I was paying mortgage payments of fourteen thousand dollars a month. My property tax Bill was, you know, about fourteen grand a year, and my tax Bill was thirteen point three percent. So if you want to not use money, and I say this to my listeners all the time just get on a plane to get yourself to eventually, maybe you can't get up and move next year, right or this year, but you know, over five years if he can make a plan for your life to live in a no income tax state viral state in a no income earner does that tap property tests, so vivid taxes by. Property master. You have property taxes every reading. The real estate taxes are dramatically less Colorado than they are in Texas. They they haven't compacts swap, Texas, his high end tax. There are some no one can type robbery tapper high high property three percent, right. But, but you know, the thing about Texas is real estate is cheap. So even though the tax rate is high. You know, the real estate is not very expensive at the bet when they're caught it will. But you come from California mindset and everything looks right? You know, that's so real estate is not real expensive in in most Texas or not we're not confined geographically to Texas a running again yet sprawl, absolutely. Well, Mike where can people follow you.