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"alexis glick" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

06:27 min | Last month

"alexis glick" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Four years ago in Minnesota, and It's extremely exciting for me, you know, being a tight end that's involved in the run game. When you block for a back like that, and you know that Look when that film clicks on on Monday, you don't want to be the reason why he gets tackled because he has an opportunity to hit a home run. Every single play, and Adrian Dalvin were the same way. It's been a lot of fun for me, you know, steak want and I were able to get kind of close to one another. Because our timeline has been very similar. We rehab together. We were On public to start training camp together, so it's been fun. He's pushed me every step along the way. Uh, And again, I go back to that. You know, I'm living off some of these younger players, and he just brings so much energy each and every day to the work that we were putting in and there's been a lot of fun for me, and he certainly pushed me this off season by the way, and be honest, you ever just sneak a peek at the quads and one I mean, you cannot see them can't help. It's there. Is Daniel Jones. Kyle. Is he ready to prove it this year because that's obviously one of the big talks about the New York Giants. Daniel Jones first round draft pick couple couple years ago. Um there's talent around him yourself included sake wanted when, if and when he gets healthy, which hopefully is this week. If not, it'll be relatively soon. Is he ready to take on that responsibility of being the catalyst and, you know, not the turnover machine that he's been at some point in his career. You know what I think so? But again, you know, I go back to the 10. Other guys on offense. Um you know it. It's not fair to him when you know you lose one of the best running backs in football, and you no longer are two dimensional offense. Um, you know, when you don't have consistency, you got injuries at the receiver position at the tight end position. You know, Continuity is so important for a young quarterback, and I think our organization has done an unbelievable job and bringing in pieces to put around Daniel. So his natural ability and talent and the reason why he was the sixth overall pick and came here to New York can shine through. Um, I remember two years ago when we came up and played the Giants at Met Life and Couple of our defensive guys. You know everything. Griffin Harrison Smith, both All pro all world defensive guys and sitting on the bus after the game, and they were just raving about how talented this kid was. And so I kind of followed Daniel from a far since he came into this league and you know his ability, his work ethic. It's all there. Now we just got to go out and win football games. Yeah, that's exactly right. You just joined the board of directors of gin youth, which is providing grants to high schools as they continue to feed kids in need. Tell us a little bit about this cow. This is this is a great endeavor because It's very needed. And obviously last year with Covid and a lot of kids out of school, this was one of the big issues. Kids were hungry. Well, I think the pandemic just highlighted something that you know when you think about it. You know, we live in the greatest country in the world, but yet they're still hunger. You know, you wouldn't think that there's Food, insecurities and hunger in the country that will be living and oftentimes it's right in our backyard. And you know that was really, really highlighted during the pandemic, where obviously a lot of families schools weren't Lot of families rely on meals at school. Yeah, schools were no longer in session. So kids are wondering, you know where that next meal was going to come from, and I've been very fortunate to get to know the CEO of genuine Alexis Glick over You know the last decade or so. A lot of the charity work that my wife, Jordan, I have done. And you know, she just represents everything that we stand for, and the more I got to know Gen. Youth and the more I got to be a part of their different programs and visit some of the schools. The more I wanted to do, And you know, I'm extremely excited to be on the border directors and to be able to use my platform to help grow the platform and, you know, really, really highlight the great work that Gen youth is doing in a lot of our schools across the country. This is great one of the good guys, no doubt in the NFL and listen, man. I know it could be a little tricky with the with the covid protocols and you've got to navigate the season, but Now that you're with the Giants, you know, tick and I obviously know where a lot of the Giants and Jets live. We're not far from you guys were both in New Jersey. A little dinner at some point. You know when you guys have a bye week, maybe a little scotch. You sign me up. I'm definitely meet up with you guys and have a bite to eat. Love it. They love to do it. Good luck at the start of the season. Appreciate you, Kyle. Thank you very much. You guys. Things are having me on. Always a pleasure. Take care was our pleasure. Good stuff, man. One of the, uh, I told it to him. Yeah, He's great. I told you. I saw him when I took a jaded Notre Dame two years ago. I don't think he told me he was He happened to be there, Um, talking to the recruits okay, and gave up and just said, Hey, it was cool. It's like talk to you every year. Never seen on the phone. Never see you in person, but she's big in person. He's a lot bigger than you would imagine. Right. Big dude, you know he's going to be Yeah, he's going to be so important. Now. You gotta get Ingram healthy so you can get them down the scene. But he's going to be like his sixth offensive lineman. Yeah, they're gonna leave him in a lot. Yeah, Without a doubt he's and he's a good bloke. As much as you need tight ends to be, you know, quasi wide receivers. You also need them to be an extra blocker, and he's he's he does both. No, no question about it. I mean, at this point is probably doing more blocking and receiving. He doesn't really have to be a threat. You got a lot of guys that can go and get it. All right. This gin you think is actually really cool. It's not just high schools. It's really all schools. So elementary high schools, private colleges to an extent so great job by Gen. Youth They've raised 100. They've donated $100 million in 10 years 100 million in 10 years. That's and also initiative. Great stuff right there. Take a lot of notes that much. Let's get the update Act is on top of that will come back. We'll wrap up the blast. Another Ravens running back goes down, but they've got their eyes set on somebody. Would he fit the bill next after rack? CBS Sports flag. The Support is sponsored by progressive Insurance with insurance for cars, home boat motorcycles, RVs and commercial vehicles at 1, 800, progressive and progressive dot com..

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"alexis glick" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

04:28 min | 5 months ago

"alexis glick" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Need to call with five high school and college age kids. Their minds are unbelievable. And when you include them in the conversation, they light up there like it feels like I say to folks that the number one thing that gets kids going much like us as adults is when they move right there. Hippocampus and their brain lights up, so if you get them moving both physically and mentally Amazing things can happen. And so those are the kinds of things I think we need to remember, Refresh and make sure we prioritize this summer so that we boost their confidence. They're resilient, but What we need to do is make sure that that resilience is supported by an infrastructure that helps them win. Special guest. Alexis Glick is the CEO of Gen. Youth, and they have a new report out the impacts of covert 99 teens one year later, and you can check out the whole report it Gen. Youth now dot Oregon It'll all be upon on my block and a couple minutes to Alexis. I got time for one more question with you and I want to get just a little more detail on what you were. Just suggesting so as his parents. What do you think parents can and should be doing now or a couple months from now, as we start drifting into the next school year? Kind of prepare and maybe sort of reset our kids for what we hope will be more like a normal year. You know, I think number one recognized that the summer you know, my father used to say this summer is the opportunity in life to learn what you don't want to do. So you get closer to knowing what you do want to do, And he meant that in terms of kids getting summer internships, a lot of college age kids can't get summer internships right now. Right? So how could we lean on college age kids to help high school age kids number one whether it's getting them back out on the field because they've missed two seasons of sports. Whether it's helping catch, get them caught up academically because Kids They're saying not. Most old kids are saying they're worried about their academic preparedness. So what can we do to support them academically, support them physically and support the mentally because we're truly on the cusp of a mental health crisis. The second thing is Listen, ask probe. It's the things that kids are not telling you right at the end of the day, and that's a part of You know, just parenting. You know, it's the pain points that our kids don't say. And so what we conducive kind of unearth what are the things that they fear most? And how can we address those concerns the other briefing? I would just say, Do you think about our frontline workers, the frontline workers supporting our kids or our educators? They have not stopped working for a minute. Think about the school nutrition professionals who have been providing record numbers of meals because we the highest degree of food and security in our nation's history. They have not had a break. What can you do to support your local educators? Your local school lunch lady. Let's get out in the community and fine waist up, lets them because they're critical toward kids Success. The last thing I would just say is, if you're an employer worry about your employees because your employees are worried about their kids. Think about that. Your college and you have to try school age kids coming in. They feel they've been left behind. What kind of infrastructure and capacity are you doing to support them? So there's a range of resource is If you go to Jen use now dot over you could read our full report. You can see our recommendations, but this is a wake up call for parents. Caregivers, educators, family and friends on the ways in which we can step up to help our kids. And frankly, that's gonna help our us as adults and, frankly is gonna help our economy. I think you all can tell why. Alexis Glick has been so successful putting together this incredible partnership at Gen. Youth. I mean, who would be able to get together all the NFL teams and America's dairy farmers in order to help 40 Million kids every day and tens of thousands of schools? Alexis, Thanks so much for doing what you do. And thanks for your Years of keeping me well informed on Fox business is great to talk to you. It was wonderful to connect with you. And I look forward to doing it again. We're kindred spirits. And thank you so much for sharing this important message from the bottom of my heart. I know you're going to change lives in the process. Thanks, Alexis. Everybody check out Jin. Youth now dot or g'kar will talk to again, Alexis..

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"alexis glick" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

07:41 min | 5 months ago

"alexis glick" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Happy Wednesday. I'm Ross. Thanks So much for spending a little time with me this morning. We are waiting for Ah, Special guest tonight. I'm gonna tell you who it is just yet until we Until we make sure that she that she shows up. It's been quite the interesting morning for me, Did you? Did you see the eclipse? By the way, What? What a remarkable thing is the only the only total lunar eclipse of 2021 for people living here in Colorado was a beautiful thing. And if you want to see a really nice picture of it, Ah, listener, Mike, who didn't take some incredible photos. I think he's a professional photographer. He No. He's a professional photographer. He sent some great picks in there up on the blogged at Ross Kaminski calm so go check that out and And I hope you had a chance to see that I didn't realize it was gonna be the only one of the year. Usually they're about every other year. That kind of thing anyway. That's ah. Hold on. Okay, anyway, so that that was a good thing. The other thing I just wanna mention briefly, and I'm gonna talk about this and much more detail. But we are looking at, okay. I just got a thumbs up from Shannon. All right, So let's do this. I am just very excited for this conversation. So pleased to go to our VIPs line where we're joined by Alexis Glick. And I think by way of introduction. I'm just gonna Talk with you for a second, Alexis. So first of all, good morning, And thanks for being here, So good morning. It's great to be with you. I wanted you to know. So my my professional background is as a financial markets trader. So I what I was waving my hands and yelling on the options exchange in Chicago and then doing stuff on screen, So I watched you a lot. On Fox and Fox business and always enjoyed your work. Oh, thank you. Thank you. I'm still a financial kid at heart. I still do a lot of reporting on the market. So I'm with you. And then also, I wanted to tell you my My undergraduate degree is in political science from Colombia. Mm hmm. We're kindred spirit. Exactly. Greece. Not only my undergraduate, uh, I'm a Columbia kid. I'm a poly psych kid were financial kids. You know, this is a marriage made in heaven. There you go. I studied almost as much economists as politics. But anyway, my degree is politics. So anyway, it is great to have you here and we're not going to talk a lot about finance and stuff, even though we probably could do hours on it. You you left Fox business to run a non profit And I guess not surprisingly, you've been unbelievably successful. Tell us about Gen. Youth. Well, you are so kind. I mean, look, I think when you've spent as much time as you and I have spent in both of political on the economic world, what you realize is that there's this reality in the underbelly of our country and in for me, Thankfully, I found my purpose and my purpose is helping this next generation. So in my role today as CEO of Gen use, I am blessed to spend my waking hours worrying about creating healthier school communities in which I'm blessed Also to do that, with America's dairy farmers and the National Football League, all 32 teams and NFL players, which I know is the unlikeliest preparing but just magical. Yeah, and what we do essentially support 40 million kids in our nation's schools, And in the wake of the pandemic, we essentially did three things number one. We looked at the nature of healthier school communities, and we put together a report called Building Healthier School communities. Secondly, we address the needs of schools in terms of Eating kids. One in six kids prior to the pandemic was facing hunger. I'm today that's one and four. If you're minority. That's one in three. Um so we needed to get critical equipment to schools for the emergency delivery of meals, number 31 of the most. The biggest priorities, the geniuses. How do we elevate the student voice? And we thought the student voice was missing. So what we did is we went and survey them at the start of Cove it to see how they were coping with this incredibly During transition, and then we just surveyed them a year later to see how they're coping in their seconds full school year with the realities of what Cove it has done to their ability to learn, Prepare, thrive, succeed, etcetera. So I have a 13 year old in a 15 year old and I am I'm very concerned about all of this. I don't know that I'm quite on the same page with folks who say that the U. S. Is going to suffer for the next 40 years because I do think That with the help of parents in the hard work of people like you that our kids can probably catch up, But there's been a lot of not just educational loss here, but But the social distancing kind of stuff has been disaster for our Children and being away from their friends and well, you know, what do you see is the biggest issues. Well what the survey said. We serve 18 13 to 18 years old and the reality was really sobering. And you know, this is a parent on the parent of four kids. My cancer college age all the way down to eight years old, and I have never dunmore schoolwork or more emotional support while I'm working harder than I ever have. And, frankly, I think a lot of parents feel the same way. But the reality is Survey showed us that three out of 14 say the pandemic has impacted their academic readiness. The truth is, their confidence is shot, half of them report that their social and emotional well being has been compromised, and that's large measure because four out of 10 of them feel isolated from other people, other human beings. And you know, 56% of them said they have little to no control over their lives, almost a third of them sadly or worried about their families, Long term financial hardships. And that the real sobering pieces of 53% of kids say they've lost the happiest on the most exciting years of their young lives. I mean, does that not break your heart? Yeah, it does. Steve, do you get a sense? Or did you ask questions that would Lead you to get a sense one way or another off whether they have any hopefulness heading into this, you know, Post Co vid recovery or did they feel more? Despondent. Yes. You know, kids are incredibly resilient. And so what I would tell you is that we absolutely saw resilience and confidence around. Make sure I feel safe if I'm safe, and I'm protected because so many kids, you know the reality of covert is that impacted their parents, You know, financial well being or their parents have been working around the clock, right? Or they didn't have, you know access to the traditional setting of the school building. So what kids were saying is, you know, make sure that I know that when I go back into the school building, I am safe. So I think that's one of the big calling cards here. I think the other thing I would say to you, and you know, this is that You know, the way to boost kid's self esteem is to get them involved. So if your family is facing financial hardship, how can kids contribute? The other thing is someone like me? You know, I'm doing a lot of strategic work day in and day out, and one of the things I've found is and we do. This route organization historically is bring the voice of student into the equation. So you know we're working on a big project right now..

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"alexis glick" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:16 min | 9 months ago

"alexis glick" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"More to that story than meets the eye. No doubt about it as she said tasted the nfl dot com. It's going to take place at raymond. James stadium eleven thirty. Am february seventh and it is chen youth. And we've been joined by celebrity chef. Tim love and the lady that runs the whole deal alexis. Glick thank you both for being on congratulations on the great work and continued success. Thank you very much. You're wonderful thank you thank you. I'm honored to the we'll take a quick break. We'll.

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"alexis glick" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:59 min | 9 months ago

"alexis glick" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Thank you for that and welcome back to the show just talking about dustin pedroia and One of those guys. Who and i believe me. I hate the red sox. In fact i despise the red sox i really do. And what's funny is that. I don't hate the yankees. I don't like him. I really don't like the yankees. But i'm kate the red sox. I hey. I think it's because the fans are a million times more obnoxious than the yankee pads. And believe the yankee fans are pretty damn of noxious. but it's getting back to the royal. You know you need someone on your these. Preconceived notions like obvious guys in v. And then as i said he was just totally chill really old guy to deal with. And i'll only talk to him about three times over the years but every time he this was so just like he wasn't one of those guys like what are you doing. What are you want. i'm trying to work here. He was just you know. Shoot the crap and tell other people in the media. I got kind of a good guy. he's a great guy but then conversely somebody who looks like a great guy and then they're like not so much like everybody can have a bad day. You should never judge somebody on one thing but then you know you get it if it's if it's more than once and it starts to be a trend and then if it's like more than three times and that's just the way they are and And that's fine. But like i felt a story. One time i saw prince fielder signing autographs when he was with the tigers and the coliseum and there about forty people rolling balls throwing hats throwing sharpies adam signed signed signed and then one of the detroit coaches came down. And he's like pratt's let's go let's go and then so prince signed like one more thing and he started running up the tunnel after he signed. I swear for ten minutes. And as iran by christmas russia's risen he ran right by them and the guy was like what it all. You can't win just can't man. 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"alexis glick" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

12:23 min | 11 months ago

"alexis glick" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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I can't believe how awesome he is. More sports talk. Yes couldn't get any better but sputter rick journalists back. He's so great. I can't believe how awesome he is more sports talk. Yes our two of two leading sports rick to thank you for that and welcome back to the show til with you. Coast to coast and around the world on the american forces radio network We have a couple of guests now. We're waiting on alexis glick Who is the gen youth. Ceo but we do have once again william stocks with us and his the chairman of csl east sports. And he's here to talk about the chunky million meal challenge first of all. Are you aware of dutch soccer player by the name of vim jahnke spelled. His name the same way. I am there in fact you know the the the w i m name is a common dutch name. Although when i was given that name my mother had no idea that it was a dutch names. She just took william and pushed all together to make him. So that's why i have this name. Okay very well well. I'm always getting the backs So to speak of video games and how they are therapeutic and they can help with stress but they can also help feed people as well as part of this week with giving tuesday you think about this third wave of covert and school shutting back down again and so many kids get their meals at schools. So they're going to go hungry. So what's going on here. I'll tell you We are so pleased and and honored to be affiliated with with this this caused gem youth is A one of the martin most supported charities by the nfl and as a result of this we that that enabled are combination to come together to to build his tournament of really unique format Madden nfl tournament that will be bringing nfl players and madden pros together To help mentor the players that make through our our qualifying rounds into into The eight finalists will be entered and captain by a combination of the nfl players and madden madden pros Today we're announcing saquon barkley Has signed on generously signed on to give us time to disavow that Dalvin cook as well from the vikings or gravity. Great rushing rushing year this year and Justin jefferson the hot new Wide receiver from also on the vikings having a also an amazing year. So it'll be five other. Nfl players that will be named shortly. They will be paired up with madden pro and those those combination will almost like the the voice if you're familiar with the voice format where the where the big singers helped the aspiring singers coach to to start them We're doing the same thing with nfl players in the madden pros to help these these aspiring madden players distinguish themselves and have a ton of fun in a very unique experiential Opportunity gem. Youth is an amazing Chair charity a racing Raising funds for supporting meals in schools. what I think most people understanding especially in the realm of the pandemic Schools have become one of the primary means that many kids united states now one in four Rely rely on for their only meal of the day. And and what can use does is his bring all of their energy they're fundraising all the corporate support. They they have from spots like campbell's like doritos like target America's dairy farmers In bows those are all all a big big parts of this particular tournament And helping to raise. We were calling the turn of the million meals challenge. Actually the goal for this tournament is to raise money for a hundred million meals and With the with some seed money coming from our sponsors as well as the big donation campaign that will be integrated throughout this. this this tournament We feel not only that. We're going to get one hundred mil mil million meals. But we're going to go well beyond its great stuff and it's a great idea too because if you think about americans i mean. Sixty five percent adults we heard on a lesser. They play video games every day. I'm one of them. It really is trying to get into america's pastime and if you can tie all those eyeballs and all that effort into this kind of a great natural match isn't it it's a it's a tremendous matches. There's been a number of fundraising initiatives built on gaming since the pandemic because So much regular sports programming went away as you know broadcasts Went away the league play and games and matches no matter what was affected by this yet. East sports Was elevated in in all of the the outcome of the pandemic Obviously you can play a game online. You can compete in these sports online. Don't need a live Events to to live events are great for east sports. But you don't need a live event to to run in advance to have a competition to accommodate a competition but So as as so many people saw once the the sports programming got shut down in its place. Steve madden programming on. Espn you'd see a virtual race With a four game or or the formula one game being broadcast on nbc or on or on espn so so the notion of east sports as a replacement programming for four traditional sports is is now in the mainstream and and We are taking that dynamic and bringing it here And now involving the nfl player. These these apple players that are involved. saquon and and Dalvin and justin. They're all really good. Madden players. These guys are not only competitive on the on the football but there we put a controller in their hands they're very competitive. And and with with this format we expect some really fun smack talking going on while the draft is happening while while the wow the playoffs and the championship with these players these mad players who've made through our brackets we'll have as a nfl player have dalvin cook and and madden pro looking over their shoulders helping them with strategy helping them with with with skills and and getting them hopefully into into the championships very good. Yes tell them don't punt on first down and we'll take it from there. Speaking of this great match alexis glick now joins us the jannu. Ceo you've seen her on cnn and msnbc and alexis we were just talking with women about how this is a great match when you think about this third wave of covert and these kids who lots of them. Their only meal really comes at school. So how did this all come to four where you decided that this would be a a great deal to get these two entities together to help feed these kids. Well you know. I mean as you reference. You know. this is what it's all about. It's about gaming for good and you know with him. Thankfully came into my life You know about nine months ago and had this big dream of putting together this first ever tournament structure like this. And he's the expert You know csl what they and sports and gaming and and we see you know in the work that we do across the united states and schools we support forty million kids a day And you know not only You know are we worried about being in the distance learning scenario and and how that's leaving a lot of kids left back in the digital divide but the food and security issue is unprecedented in this country. I mean right now. Wanted four kids in america does not know where they're going to get their next meal. Their games food insecure and in some areas. That's one in three to your point. The school building is ground. Zero for feeding hungry kids It's truly a lifeline. And the thing that makes this you know. Chunky million meal challenge so appealing in the season of giving and so unique is that it's an opportunity for us to align together partners like campbell's like target america's dairy farmers. I mean you know the likes of doritos. Nfl players. You know the east fourth gaming community to work as one to tackle food insecurity and we got a big goal. I mean our goal is to deliver one hundred million meals as a result of this effort. And so as i sit. Here is the ceo of the national organization. You know who's up every night thinking about how he sees these kids. I'm grateful To win the league all these partners who've made this possible and so let's let's game for good whether a madden game or or not. let's get in the game. You can go to million meals challenge to find out how to be a part of it But you know my kids got four kids three and my four kids or gamers. And they're like whoa. I got a shot to be coached by dalvin cook. Like let me. You have one one kid. That's not into video games He's he's eight years old does he. hasn't he's mastered tick tock. are completely obsessed. And i keep saying. I'm like guys. Listen to say kwan. We dalvin injustice but way pc who the other guys are like. Well we're gonna tell you slowly. This thing doesn't start till december nineteen so We're pretty fired up. We're pretty excited. And and and just so grateful to all these unbelievable partners for making this this happened and hopefully we'll get enormous word out and look. I mean if people are not a gamer baking tech schools to two zero two two two and make a one time twenty five dollars donation to the effort to support our emergency school meal delivery fund at the end of the day. There's something for everyone to be a part of this and We're grateful that we can raise the attention and the awareness and hopefully tackle this gigantic goal to really support kids. Great stuff from alexis glick. Who is the genu- and of course our fen wham stocks. Who is with csl sports the chairman. you're doing great work. You're hoping the country in a time of need. So i salute you both and thanks for coming on the show again. Thanks creek so great to be on. Thank you sound much. Grateful -til all right good stuff. I'm rectal we'll take a quick break and we will come back on.

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"alexis glick" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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07:34 min | 1 year ago

"alexis glick" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Reilly Auto Parts Yo get sick and Don winslow's coming up in the next segment and this guy is Mr Cool and Seriously the king of cool they call him and his new book. Broken is six books and won. His last book was over seven hundred pages so he just decided to write six fifty page books like Stephen King. I'm a Letterman. Had the joke. That Stephen King was at a bookstore for everyone who is waiting in line. He wrote them a novel. I always liked that line. One eight hundred eight seven. Am play the rams. Were in the news. First of all the headline that Jared Goff the highest paid quarterback and football at Nevado and Marin Catholic that he's willing to take pay cat to win spread some of that money out and Whenever people do that it's all they always get a lot of grief from the the dummies on twitter as the kids would say the trolls when I grew up with someone who lived under a bridge. Or if you went trolling for sturgeon on San Pablo Bay. But whenever somebody does. How magnanimous of you. Let's get some sainthood mother Theresa because all you gave there's still going on money Eric. Kevin Durant you don't have to pay me that money. Now pay it to me later. I WANNA win. I WANNA keep big dollar and Shaun Livingston. Oh hell magnanimous. It's like if Mark Zuckerberg or Jeff bezos. I'm going to be giving twenty five thousand dollars or sorry. Twenty five million dollars to cove in nineteen. You make that every time you blink like you just said yesterday when we had Alexis Glick and people are like. Oh she's rich and I just can can people help. Is that all right. Mike Mayock said that for every draft pick. He's going to write a check for a thousand dollars in their name to help with the pandemic and someone figured out. That's less than one percent of what you make. That's more than nothing. He's giving a thousand dollars and they got. What are they got? Nine picks none in the second. Whatever he's GonNa be out like close to ten grand. That's not nothing so if you look. There are a lot of people who do charity just for the headlines. We know that they want the cameras to all around. But the way I look at it you know. Cabinet got some grief because he was going to some of those homeless camps. And if you ride Bart like me. I used to until this. If you ride Bart like me you look down as you go passed like. Mlk in Berkeley. You get by Children's Hospital in Oakland and especially in West Oakland. It's just the most filthy You you feel bad that human beings have to live in that. If they're in Soweto are there some sort of F- Avella or Third World Place this is in the grandest state In the richest country on earth. And you think wow. That's a shame now I'm not out there on the frontlines going. I what I do is look out and I go. Oh that's a shame and then I go about my day and that's what I do but I think oh that's too bad capper knicks down there and he was handing out backpacks filled with crap. Not Crap like they're living in but I mean real stuff medicine Food items clothing or the paper Shampoo toothbrushes socks. Whatever it was he was handing out stuff and there were TV cameras. Following him around and people are saying. Oh my Gosh Kaepernick fake. I don't think he's fake. I think it's hard to the right place. Remember he had a million dollars and he said he was going to give one hundred charities ten grand and I thought you know one five. Oh One C. Three non profit is hard enough to run a lot of employees. Do not much of a monumental headache that would be. But how cool is that with his money. He was like a million dollars. One hundred charities ten grand that ten grand could save a lot of those charities and people said. Oh He's just even if capper. Nick was like you know what I hate these homeless people. They stink their scum to society. There a blight on our whole country but I bet you I can score some points especially with the leftist if I go down there and I can back hell awoke then. Give these backpacks out to these scumbags. I mean if if that was his attitude I still think he needs applause. I think the ends justify the means even if that's all he was after. You're still helping. Joe Exotic still fed. Those people on Thanksgiving. What did he say never mind? I said that you're here. Still helping. So Jared Goff says I'm GONNA take are willing to take a pay cut so that we can win and all he gets his grief. If I'm rams fan I think oh good because first of all you were kind of milquetoasty and that super bowl that we really have one and should have got down to the last minute and neither team really stepped up and you look like a passive ghost you did not lead our team in that super bowl at all. But I would be saying that's great if Derek Carr as a raider fan that I am if Derek Carr says making twenty five million this year but I'll take twenty and just pay me in the five later I've always thought deferred contracts as the smart if I'm an agent. I probably wouldn't do it because you don't get your money up front but a smart agent. Who Really Cares about his client? The athlete would defer. It would do a bobby Baena deal and just say look. I know you're twenty three years old but in this contract it says that in the year twenty forty. You'll get three million dollars a year for fifteen years straight until two thousand fifty five kids like what that sucks. But then all through his forties and fifties getting three million dollars a year and he'll look back and say thank you agent. You're dead now but thank you for doing that for me. So just when people give money you quit giving them grave armored. It'll come back on the other side. 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"alexis glick" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"alexis glick" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Welcome back to the show. I'm Rick Tuttle me with you for another hour and it's great to have you with US sports byline USA. But yes we cover. Ever- I collect say ECLECTIC topics we'll talk about how. The beekeepers are being affected by dependent. Now we're not going to do that but we will talk to an astronaut. There's a really cool show coming up on Sunday on the science channel about the Hubble telescope thirtieth anniversary and we'll talk to Mike Massimino Michaela McCullough's Amino route boots reasons towards billions. Also the other than that. Then we'll really start getting now. We're talking about the draft Draft draft talk about actual baseball being played in Taiwan with creepy mannequins. Those aren't mannequins. I tweeted a picture out of the sick mannequins and somebody said Those are actually sex dolls. And then somebody goes. I like the red head now. My can I tweet something where? It's not a deranged and perverted. Because as I said before I'll tweet something especially back in the early days when ninety five seven and I tweeted out I guess I could literally put a picture of Apple Pie and say apple pies is tasty and people be like niners. Suck readers suck giants as of the team? That sucks with a view. Zero splash shoots and just so. I put the picture all. She's good looking. I know we're all cooped up chimed and behavioral you. I'm saying trying to behave on twitter which Schutte Babbitt said ninety nine percent evil. I won't say ninety percent. He'll say it's ninety nine percent negative. I mean you literally like I earlier on the show at Alexis Glick on. And she's raising money for school kids. And she's initiatives an extra fifty million dollars whatever. It is feed everybody. I'm sure someone will be like. Give up your house in the Hamptons if you really WanNa feed people there are just some dumb asses. That's.

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"alexis glick" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

11:37 min | 1 year ago

"alexis glick" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Yes our two of two leading sports to all right. Check me out. Thank you for that. Welcome back to the show. Our two of three great time with US. Coast to coast and around the world on the American Forces Radio Network. It's our pleasure to welcome Alexis Glick to the program. Of course you know her from a lot of her TV work as a business anchor on the Fox Nbc ALSO MSNBC. But now she is the CEO of Jenn Youth. And you think about how many kids out there rely upon their school meal which they're not getting it right now on so thereby there's a new fund called the cove in Nineteen Emergency School Nutrition Fund. Alexis thanks for being on the show. I saw the number thirty million kids. The number could be that high that this is their only meal during the day. I cannot believe the number is is that high but this is why. It's urgent to get this fun going. it is. It's remarkable and rick. Thank you so much for having me and I feel so privileged to be here with your incredible audience who who do so many selfless things on behalf of all of us and particularly the time like this but yes. The statistics are staggering. And I think the reason why folks like me who can normally sleep pretty decently tonight or having a hard time sleeping wondering if we're doing enough is because the the nature of shutting down school buildings is so unprecedented in the history of this country. And what we're recognizing what it's calling attention is. It's not that school buildings are fully closed. It's the fact that school buildings must stay. Open to feed America's kids and so I keep reminding folks that while we share out in the news at one hundred twenty four thousand schools or shutdown of which ninety eight thousand are. Us public schools. They're shut down for learning and learning his moved to digital platforms. But the reality is those ninety thousand. Us Public School buildings need to remain open to feed our nation's youth and as many as thirty million kids daily reply rely on school meals for their daily nutrition and we see the record number of furloughs and jobless claims over the last two three weeks it just demonstrates how much more of that school building is going to be needed and in this country. Frankly it's ground zero for feeding and the great equalizer and I wanted to ask you about New York too. Because you are Miss Manhattan. You grew up there. You went to Columbia. You worked on Wall Street you worked in TV there. How're we doing at Ground Zero Right? Now it's it's really. It's a really interesting thing you know. New York is the largest urban school district in the United States and You know some of the other large ones are ones. That are very familiar to you whether that's Los Angeles or or Dallas or Chicago or down in Miami date. I speak to the superintendent down there very very frequently. Look the good news is is that in large urban environments. A lot of folks are stepping up For those major schools Major School districts since they account for if you at the largest school districts in the nation they account for up to five million kids. It's a membership of about twelve of them that makes up what's called the urban school food alliance. Would we have found just to be really frank with you? As we launched just over two weeks ago a coded Nineteen Emergency School Nutrition Fund. Because while I'm a born and bred New York City Kid and we support New York City schools and New York state schools for that matter. What we do is work in school buildings in every zip code in the nation and so we'll we launched this emergency school nutrition fund. Just over two weeks ago. We gave schools the chance to apply for up to three thousand dollars or resources equipment to help them deliver meals in a safe insecure environment. And we'll tell you that I find incredibly Sobering is that what we're finding is is that the federal government or the state governments your knee Oregon and and everywhere else around the United States food gets into the school building and the federal government and state governments. Continue to support. That as you've heard the governor talk about here in the Oregon Governor's talk about across the United States. Here's the thing food getting into the cafeteria is one thing but it's the people. The frontline workers the school nutrition teams the cafeteria lady the school bus driver the volunteer and these school buildings who are taking the meal from outside the cafeteria and delivering them in a grab and go model to prevent congregation due to this pandemic. Those folks are the people that were working with on the front lines in our nation's schools across the United States. And what they're asking us for is. How can you help us get the resources? The coolers the soft sided cooler bag the sanitary equipment that we need so that we can change the mechanism of the delivery of the meal from inside the cafeteria to outside a safeway whether it's a grab and go or via school buses and so what I'll tell you about the ORC. In every other community in this country and particularly in rural communities folks are stepping up but the need is so great so when we launch this fun two weeks ago in the course of less than five days we had fifteen million dollars in requests them over five thousand schools. The numbers escalates daily It's one of the most sobering and shocking things I've witnessed in in my career. And you know when we did this. We launched a campaign With the Hashtag for school sake asking folks to raise their hands for school to help us feed our nation's kids and and what I'd like to think rick is is is threefold number one People raising their hand. We have this info graphic of of kids with our hands up with a heart in their hand. You know one. We want people to put their heart in their hand. Whatever little they can do Contribute to this fund which is now twenty five million in requests from school buildings across the United States Number One can help us. Can they go to our website to Jimmy's now dot org or text to vote with us. I'm sorry text text to help with us. We have a texting setup for schools two zero two but secondly to think those frontline workers school nutrition professionals as they had those volunteers who were standing on the front lines every single day guaranteeing that the food gets to those kids and families and a number three reminding American people that while this is happening right now during this pandemic. This situation is not going to go away months from now not too much now. The likelihood is it remains throughout the summer. It could very well impact the school building next year and frankly in America every single day. Thirty million kids rely on school meals and now with the number of families being Berlow D-. It's going to be far more than that So I pray to coming out of this. We remember the people in the school building. Who are the lifeline? Who are the connection to those kids and families and communities? Because I know we couldn't live without them And I know what they're really doing is is is God's work helping those in need very very good One last question for you. You mentioned you know governor Cuomo and president trump. We've seen with him. And you know even out here in California with Governor News some. There's of course a very much. A fractious political climate despite the fact. We're all trying to get through this together and a Lotta Times as you know and political struggles the people that bear the brunt of the The pain are the you know. The poor and the disenfranchised and the school kids who need those meals so while people fight over ventilators and masks DIS DISTASTE JEN youth. Do you get affected by these political struggles. I mean are you a above it or you right in the middle of it. You know I like to say that You know school. Buildings are truly the great equalizer It doesn't matter if you're a red state or blue state. Every single politician whether it be on Capitol Hill or at the state level recognizes that when we shut school buildings down whether it be for snowstorm or hurricane we risk kids lives by them not having access to food on those days. So what I would tell you is is that now. I say to folks because I if you're on TV regularly we can do a post mortem later on on what we did right and what. We didn't do Fast enough or what we should or could be doing. Here's the reality. When I watch people on television talk right now about one. Business is opening up. My answer is health comes first but I also my answer is is that when businesses go back to work. School buildings still remain closed. Kids still need help. And they're going to need help far longer than this pandemic and so in my in my line of work of having you know covered economies at work with pretty much the last four presidents I can tell you that you know. Put politics aside right now. This is about supporting our next generation. supporting you know kids in in rural and urban and suburban environments who need our help. And you would be surprised if you just look right in your backyard in your community There are tens of thousands if not millions of kids in need. And so what? I what I can tell you in all the conversations that I've had with our partners at the federal level our partners at the state and local levels. Everyone is rising up recognizing we need to do something. The problem is the need is so urgent and right. Now when I'm sitting here with a twenty plus million dollar deficit and requests that in weeks time could be fifty or hundred million That's what gives me Harper and we need everyone collectively to put their heart in their hand and figure out how we can help these kids how we can help these frontline workers and schools and put politics aside and recognize that we don't want any parent any caregiver in the United States waking up wondering will I be able to feed my kid the next day. It's amazing work being done of course And using your experience in your celebrity to help. We've been speaking with. Alexis Glick the genuine. Ceo for the Cove Nineteen Emergency School Nutrition Fund. Real quick. Once again people are listening. They want to help. What can they do again Alexis? Yes we would be So so deeply appreciative. Thank you and just honored. Every dollar counts. There are two ways in which you can help us. You can go to Jen Youth. Now Dot Org Directly to our website or you can text schools to the number two zero two two two and believe me. Every single dollar counts right now. And it makes Abram marketable difference in the lives of these kids so I thank you so much wreck I think. All of the folks who are listening to you right now There's no one who loves her appreciates our armed forces more than NATO and You guys are the line protecting us every single day and these front line you know protecting our kids right now and and so. I feel blessed to have joined today. Well everybody has to rally and you're certainly doing your part Alexis. Thanks for your great work. Best of luck and Let's let's catch up down the road. Hopefully we got some good news. I would love to do that. I'm I'm yours at any time and thank you so much for for what you're doing for letting me share our message okay. Great stuff retired. We'll take a quick break and we.

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"alexis glick" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"alexis glick" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Like Clifford Person. Donald TRUMP WHO's been under criticism for his handling of the response to the corona virus and is seen as poll numbers drop on Tuesday blamed the World Health Organization. Forty called his failures in the crisis. The New York Times reporting trump said he planned to halt American funding of the organization. The announcement came trump continued to be angered by criticism of his response to the pandemic which has been assailed as too slow and ineffective the Times. Quoting trump is saying. Everybody knows what's going on there. He said blaming the organization. Who Forty described as a disastrous decision to pose travel restrictions from China and other nations? Some Wisconsin forest faced with the prospect of dumping their products amid a steep drop in demand during the pandemic might Mohan reports has prompted calls for action from the USDA to ensure that food isn't wasted and the farmers could get some financial help. This was supposed to be a rebound year for dairy farmers after several down years. But Care O'Connor of the Wisconsin Farmers Union says they're now sitting on product that can't go to restaurants and other customers shut down by the crisis. She says federal officials could help by buying up commodity products like butter and cheese. And seeing that there used we can do some things to take the king of the hose and buying surplus jerry products to forgo nation is one of those things. O'connor says they also want regulators to provide incentives for farmers to scale back production requests for the USDA to redirect surplus goods comes amid reports of long lines at food banks around the country. The agency is expected soon to announce a plan for how it will spend some of the initial agricultural relief money approved by Congress. The institute has a list of resources for farmers on its website. Michael feels dot. Org security officers at crowded privately run homeless shelters in New York City. Say they've been forced to choose between their paychecks and their health. Seven officers working in several. Different shelters have filed formal complaints with the City Department of consumer and worker protection claiming their employers are violating. The city's paid safe and sick leave law according to Dennis Johnston Vice President at local thirty two. Bj Of the Service Employees International Union the employers either delayed or withheld sick pay require doctor's notes for one or two day absences and retaliated against those who took sick time shelter. Security officers are on the frontlines of the copen nineteen pandemic. They are charged with protecting. The city's most vulnerable residents and they are classified by the state as essential. I'm Andrea Sears. Reporting this is PMS US representative Jamie Raskin a Democrat. Who Represents Maryland's eighth district? Telly telly townhall. This week to give residents a chance to ask questions about consumer protections during the cove in nineteen pandemic concerns about credit ratings and corona virus. Scans were two of the hottest topics for people on the call one Maryland or asked if his credit scores will take a hit because he can't make rent as a result of a corona virus. Job Loss Raskin says Congress is pushing to protect credit scores within the majority caucus in the House of Representatives. We've been talking about adding to our next round of legislation a provision that would actually require your credit rating agencies not to downgrade anybody because Whatever took place. During the growing crisis he says the corona virus aid relief and economic security or cares act was supposed to provide a moratorium on recording missed or late payments credit reports but the financial industry lobbied against it he hopes the protections will be included in the next stimulus. Package on Diane Bernard. And they're all seventy companies or plants in North Carolina among those lightly releasing chemicals known as P. S. into the air and water in nearby communities chemical companies carpet makers commercial printers plastics manufacturers and others use P fos in their products or processes senior vice president of the environmental working group. Scott Faber says local residents have no way of knowing what kinds of chemicals or how much they might be exposed to was even more troubling than EPA's failure to require disclosure of these discharges has been EPA's failure to subject any of these discharges to limits under the Federal Clean Water Act or federal clean air. Act P fos comprised. Thousands of manmade chemicals used to make such common products as fast food. Packaging dental floss and nonstick cookware. I'm Nadia Ramleh. Gone finally are ticket off reports construction of the keystone xl pipeline. Going forward cutting a path through northeast Montana but climate action groups and tribes say along with environmental concerns. The pipeline poses a health threat with the cove. Indictee pandemic governor. Steve Bullock is allowing work to go ahead because infrastructure workers are considered essential some are Nelson. Who has the Sierra Club? Montana chapter says under pipeline owner. Tc Energy's plans to bring hundreds of workers across the border. There's a clear threat of spreading the virus healthcare's essential getting food to people. Send Shaw but constructing the tar sands pipeline. That isn't even fully approved or certain to ever be completed is absolutely not essential tribal elders at four pike planning a prayer and protest using social distance guidelines. This week we all know the guidelines by now six feet of separation by Clifford for public news service. We are member listener supported and online at public news service DOT. Org ended up in a pan and then he eats it. Ricky his officious off is not. Thank you for that. Welcome back to the show rectal with you one. Eight hundred eight seven eight play to Get in We have another hour to gather. I'm so glad we had this together. We still have on the other side of this break. Alexis Glick will join us. James Oesterreich this hour and then an hour from now. Real live astronaut. Mike Massa me now we'll be back on the show as well and we'd love to have what you have to say. Come on and get hurt. Got Sad news from the world of.

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"alexis glick" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"alexis glick" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Wanted to be a cowboy or Abou- arena or an astronaut didn't work out bomb but one eight hundred eight seven eight play is the number to get you in one. Eight hundred eight seven a seven five two nine and talk about all the Sports Football Basketball Baseball hockey soccer tennis auto racing. Boxing Olympics Quidditch. Rollerball chess checkers rugby cricket. I think for radio host to say. Oh wow you can wear sweats and have bedhead. I can do that normally to in the studio. So it's not that much of a stretch Always eclectic guests on the show. I'M GONNA have John Branca us back with us once again. He's been on a few times. Of course he is the ESPN award winning host of Sports Science. He's here on behalf of the Navy Seal Foundation also Alexis Glick. You might know her or not. Jimmy's wife that's Dixie but Alexis Glick. Cnbc FOX NBC business anchor and she's now the CEO of Genu. She's going to talk about getting Nutrition and food to students because of the pandemic and famous attorney and author. James Bostick is going to join us not bury boss Drake. I had him once James. Past Week at ten forty ten four. Good Buddy and he's going to sue someone. I don't know who it is. I hope it's not me girl. You better regulate before you litigated. Check yourself before you wreck you. Are you know the rest one? Eight hundred eight seven eight player in the number to call one eight hundred seven eight seven five two nine big shoutout to our brave men and women in the military. Thank you for tuning on F. N. F. A..