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Report: Toronto, Edmonton expected to be named NHL's hub cities
"NHL continuing to keep us on our toes with the announcement of the two hubs where they will start up the hockey season. As reported today by T s and bomb a candy via Twitter. Barring any last minute complications, we have seen some of those Vancouver in Las Vegas. The two NHL hub cities will be Edmonton and Toronto. Nothing's set in stone, but I guess Happy Canada Day.
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"Mad roster, so I still do think Preseason games are absolutely Elliot. This man won the Super Bowl. He's been the playoffs three of the last four seasons as a head coach, But Doug Peterson never gets that respect that he deserves
Several MLB players opt out of 2020 season over virus, Philadelphia Phillies to test all players
"Of the biggest and most important news Corona virus aside. Focusing specifically on sports, probably in the next several weeks has to do with the Philadelphia Phillies. Yes, this week. Every player is being tested for Corona virus camp can get underway, possibly as early as this Friday. Some players who have already taken the test if the results come back early enough can work out at Citizens Bank Park as soon as tomorrow. I have something positive to say before I hold a phone place legitimate alert O R. Johnson, If you're home right now, alert Delaware Valley Yon Johnson. Can I going to say something? Positive. Well, it comes with a disclaimer. I have something positive to say before I place the general manager the Phillies on a rocket and send him into the positive news is that the Phillies announced They're going to pay all of their minor leaguers through the minor league season, of which there is no minor league season. So kudos to ownership for doing the right thing. They haven't no other. I don't think any other professional team in baseball has announced such a thing yet, but the Phillies are going to pay their minor leaguer, so kudos to
Source: Eagles' Goedert 'fine' after sucker punch
"Well graphic footage footage emerged of eagles tight end Dallas Goedert getting sucker punched and knocked down a bar early Saturday morning near his hometown in South Dakota Qatar reportedly was unconscious and taken to the hospital said to be okay with the inquires less phone reporting the source says Goddard is more embarrassed than
"angelo" Discussed on The Mike Trivisonno Show
"Carmen Angelo on W. T. am eleven hundred and one zero six point nine FM? To six five seven eight hundred eleven hundred with you for a little bit more than an hour Andrea not comes in four. He'll take you up until seven o'clock. On w. t. a. m., E. Eleven, hundred, one, six, five, seven, thousand, seven, hundred, got a couple of phone lines open. If you want to jump on board back to the phone lines, we go and Gavin Gavin, your wt am eleven hundred good afternoon Gavin. Carmen Hey, what's going on Gaff? Last year question sure. One six five seven eight eleven, hundred to one, six, five, seven, eight, one, one one one back to the phone lines. We go and Bill Bedford. Billy good Sunday afternoon to you bill. How are Ya? Good, carbon first and foremost happy father's Day to you. Thank you, my friend. How's it going with you? Everything good pay any better tripled say. I'd be twins. Very nice hey listen carbon. The woman Karmeh's On come. Is a great phone. Call that I. Was really impressed me is that she said she has. Where are these guys all the art football players? Who Cares about their opinion. But they got, they got a right to protest. But it's like just football, players and law no. They're not pediatric heart surgeons. Okay, they're. They're not. the leader of the free world they are football players, and they will be football players for just a short period of their lifetimes, and I respect their opinions, the manner in which they want to voice their displeasure over certain things I take issue with if they want to do. During the national anthem I got a lot of people and I know you do as well bill. There are people you know that you admire the US. You had his role models that fought for that flag that that national anthem means the world to you. There are certainly other times to voice your displeasure or protesting. Way In, not during the national anthem that is, that's Sekarmaji Essay, but I don't believe removing it from the beginning of the game is is the right way to deal with this because that's compromising and we've been compromising last twelve years that and that might. That might be what happens bill. I don't like it, but anyway. watching trump last night. No, a staunch Democrat my entire life. You know that. Might, be time for a change because. Law and order necessary. We're not gonNA. Get it from the Democrats this time. The only thing. I didn't like about him. Well, you said time for change you mean. Get Rid of Donald for me, Oh for me. to Go vote for okay all right I respect that. I respect that. But he did take a shot at unions last night and he'd better. Rally unions behind them because they're ready for a change, too, but as it stands now, they have to go Democrat well, you don't pay. More unions are thinking along his wavelength. Trust me, okay, but they're. They're not endorsing him yet. He better reassure them that he's not going to undermine them. Because you know you talking about three ten. You're talking about carpenters you've got all these guys are the eighteen. You got all these guys. They want to back him, but. He's some show face from him that he. Let me, ask you this when you look at the Obama administration and the amount of cranes that were in the air in major cities in the US at you fast forward to the trump administration, and look at the amount of cranes that were in the air through in major cities in the US. Trust me. People are benefiting. The trades are benefiting from what Donald Trump has done the last three and a half years. I agree Kearns, but I believe that there's only six states every strong with unions that rate the worst stuff. You really not good, you know. I'm I'm walking in lockstep with your brother. Billy I gotta run up against the top of the Hour News I. Thank you for the call got a couple of phone lines open. If you want to jump on board to one six, five, seven eight eleven, hundred or two, one, six, five, seven, eight, one one, you can also drop us a tax to one zero, nine five Karma Angelo with you till four right here on newsradio Wt am eleven.
"angelo" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"Guys group more than everybody Angelo this baseball thing you know I guess adding the DH gonna add some excitement but me it's it's it's it's still going to make the game on watchable I'm I'm still that guy that even before this is a struggle watching the game I grew up loving baseball man and what the what the game is because it's just become so difficult for me to watch I mean that the DH you know I was always non yeah I am an American League guy as always against the idea but if it had to make like they get rid of the pitcher and all that nonsense that that goes with virgin changes distance too slow I mean it adds excitement great at that time about his impact you're on a real good topic here because one thing I've learned about baseball as the games get bigger the games get slower playoff games you'll never see a playoff game on the three hours right so that is sixty games this year in the regular season they're going to set records for longevity per game you're going to see three and a half hour games regularly especially the nationally where you know you could count on a few outs there's no outs now on the line up you're going to work your way through this is going to make the games even longer and I'm not a hundred percent would you pack they take so long would've been nice during the pandemic speeded up something yeah right now the first couple weeks B. okay but Pat even though we have it at the sports of fifty eight weeks right the first game that goes three and a half hours I know I'll be **** yeah make it through a I gotta get to enjoy right give me a loud mouth well into I hate to say it but you my friend are allowed absolutely right here if I'm not in there I'm embarrassed all right may not be as loud as that guy but yes thank you Pat I'm thrilled but I am on your list and I will seriously consider myself okay when I kept this out but I can't wait it out because there's big allow mods and better allow amounts to me let's be honest all right hold that I got the call I was waiting for in Delaware LOL unlike Jersey in Pennsylvania where broccoli rules as defined as vegetable and Delaware it's yucky carrots and George's here for north will be DiGeorge handle excuse me I'm chewing on a raw carrot greatness what do you R. rabbit no but it's funny you say that because I got three little like grand rapids the run around my yard everyday hi George why do do Delawareans like carrots over broccoli so when you go in to your physician's office you can say what's up doc okay that by like when they call them with material that's George any actual I understanding for why that would be I don't listen I've I've grown up when carrots for sixty plus years and that is just so many different ways you can enjoy them are you can make this movie you can roast them you can grow them both begin growing right next year status you can make you know hot roast with celery and carrot I mean this is so many ways you got to stop me you know I know I will say this are you are you make one good point you can make a carrot cake but you cannot make a broccoli cake problem I got a cake without be good at all all right it would not be George okay don't George give me allow map while you were on my list but I'm gonna go with Rush Limbaugh Rush Limbaugh is a great one come on now he made he still on he has to be ahead of that is that a lot more money than I did yeah Rush Limbaugh very it with him is he still fighting elements on them I thought he remains very strong we still are very popular in this country two one five five nine two ninety four ninety four all right we got a ton of show live at the top of the hour going dot to juror a tie I'm sorry did the say Johnson almost a rejected it with us we got a ton to go you stay right where.
Ohio State requiring returning players to sign COVID-19 waivers
"Ohio state is among the programs making their student athletes signed coronavirus Rhys waivers to protect the university from liability sounds pretty cold doesn't it well not if it's fun as the Buckeye pledge which asks players to quote pledged to take responsibility for my own health and help stop the spread of the Colbert nineteen doesn't that
"angelo" Discussed on The Mike Trivisonno Show
"I looked up to a lot of different people. I really didn't look up to athletes. I looked up to coach. What he as an also believe it or not, and people will strike me for this, but I looked up to Bobby Knight okay I looked up to two tough tough men and I really didn't look up too many athletes. Really if there was an athlete out there that I looked up to, it was Andre Thornton while the Cleveland Indians who was a tremendous man of faith, it's a guy like cal ripken, another man who's a tremendous man of faith. I didn't look to him. As athletes I looked up to them as people and people that live their lives the right way to what six five seven eight eleven hundred back to the phone lines. We go, Steve, you're on. WWL. Am Eleven hundred good afternoon Steve. Hey Carmen I just want to preface this. I'm probably one of your younger callers. One of the younger people that listen to you guys. I am a millennial. I just want to preface that because. Out of all of you guys on. Am You guys have a really good input but I do have to directly comment about something on this I mean I'm I. Don't mean to make it political, but I'm pretty much a libertarian and I. Don't I find it rather odd that people that are so conservative. Preach freedom. Get so mad that people meal I mean I. I get where you're going with that argument. and I understand to a certain extent, and it's more direct is kind of what the comments that that woman has made earlier. I mean that's not directly impinging on anybody. I mean I understand it can be offensive, but I mean it's not like they're you know doing anything that's directly harming you or anybody else like that. Stop It. No aggravates aggravates the hell out of me I. Mean They are they can? There are so many different times. There are so many different opportunities that are Baker Mayfield can protest. Don't do it during our national anthem. Fair yeah, and and I and I. Did you're going with it? I just I I just I. I think it's rather odd because i. mean it kind of a catch twenty two argument because I mean it's basically saying like you know. This is a disgrace to our country and this amount I I, it's I. Don't see them burning flag burning down army building. I mean or anything similar to that I. Get where you're going with it though I. think that the the idea of saying you know. What crybaby whining millionaires! There's a little much I mean that's a little bit. A little over the South I. I don't know. Well Steve Thank you for the call. I respect your opinion certainly, but I've made my point to you and you know I'm I'm GonNa live with that I mean. That's the way I feel, and it's weird era. A fifty one year old guy I should have been born in the twenty s i. Am Truly Stock I don't know there's an old saying that US I'm. I'm stuck in the Eisenhower Administration granted. That was the fifties. Know I'm award in June. Cleaver and Ozzie and Harriet type guy. I truly to quote trip and living in a world I, do not understand to one six five seven eight eleven hundred got a line open to one, six, five, seven, eight, one one one. You can also drop US tax to one zero nine five carbon Angelo with you for about another forty minutes on newsradio wt am eleven hundred..
"angelo" Discussed on The Mike Trivisonno Show
"Around Farm Angelo on. Am Eleven hundred and one zero six point nine FM and I will be with you for about another hour and ten minutes on W.. T. A. M. Eleven hundred not comes on at four. He'll take you up until seven o'clock tonight on wt a. m eleven hundred, the national anthem, kneeling, continuing to make headlines especially after Cleveland's own quarterback. Brown's QB, Baker. Mayfield responded to a fan on his instagram account Saturday saying he plans to kneel during the national anthem. This upcoming season on instagram. A fan asked Mayfield please tell browns fans. You're not going to be kneeling this season. Mayfield responded. Pull your head out. I absolutely am. So Baker Mayfield plans on kneeling this season. Also Houston Texans coach Bill O'Brien he says he will kneel in solidarity with his players. Jj Watt yesterday defended the possibility that players will this upcoming season the although Jj did not say whether he indeed would take a knee himself. To one six five seven eight eleven, hundred is Baker Right. Is He wrong? Give us a call. Two, one, six, five, seven, eight, thousand, seven, hundred, or two, one, six, five, seven, eight, one, one one one. You can also text us at two, one, zero, nine five back to the phone lines. We go, Mike, you're on, wwl. Am Eleven hundred good afternoon, tea and Michael? I'm an old man I'm. James Think for one minute. That, I could care less if ninety percent of these players that have never even been in the military heels down or stand up or whatever. My team. And all these people were calling me, I thought it was like a decent guy. Calling. SCUMBAG. It's the same type of people in the middle of the NFL base basketball. All that they have no clue what's going on, so he could ask myself. Even all black guys white guys. We could care less what these nitwits are doing and the only way you can combat this. Guys like you I can tell you a decent guy. No, you are! You're fearful. Is just ignore this and don't even give these people the time of say when you got a guy like Mayfield and all these guys that have lived off and didn't have a good life because of the military people between Iraq and nine and everything else, and they have the nerve to do stuff like that. I nor these are moronic idiot. It's like asking this question and this is what really bothers me. The both parents you've got stopped by the police. Tonight and you did nothing wrong, but you got an the guy in your right mind. Would you consider turning and running from the police search and I know where you're going. And I just to me. That is everything like this common sense. You don't have commonsense. I don't care if you think were law is right or wrong. Racist Don racing. If you don't have commonsense, you deserve everything coming you because you're a complete idiot, and that's what's lacking now in America thanks. Thank you and thank you for your service and thank you for the use of the word nitwit? I haven't heard that in. Probably ten years I. Greatly appreciate it. Take care of my two six five seven hundred eleven hundred times another one inbred. Are Right back to the phone lines. We go barb. You're on WBZ. Am Eleven hundred good afternoon to you are. Thank you Carmen and thank you for taking my call I. Just wanted to make a comment that these football players. Wouldn't be making the money that they're making if it works for that flag and what it stands for, that was one thing. The other thing is I. Don't know how many people get to protest while they're on the job. And if they want to protest,.
"angelo" Discussed on The Mike Trivisonno Show
"Carmen Angelo on W., t. a. m. eleven hundred and one zero six point nine FM with the until four o'clock this afternoon. W. T. A. M. Eleven hundred Andrei not succeeds me. He'll take you from four to seven. WTN Eleven hundred. If you WANNA jump on board, the phone lines got a couple of lines open to one six, five, seven eight eleven, hundred or two, one, six, five, seven, eight, one, one one one back to the phone lines. We go bill. You're on, W.. T. A. M. Good Sunday afternoon to you bill. Time and boy that Leshan Willie laid it down, so they didn't. She without a doubt and. It's kind of like trying to you know. Follow Frank Sinatra after special concert. It's not really you know what I mean. It's like what am I say that is unbelievable was. Left me Split I. Don't I don't think they should meal. I don't think they know the history you know. All countries are bloody histories. All of them were all in blood. And What is the black es understand? They plotted a Web Way Schnur Park the first guy. The boss massacre was with a black. And they fought. They fought for freedom for this country. So why would they decide on the other side? Go to you so now let's bill. Let's be fair. It's not just African American football players. Okay I mean case in point. Let me play this for you. Yeah, but I am saying if if if Catholic when this started yet, and he was followed by other black players. The whites I mean they're caught. They're all caught in nets symmetry of game if I do you damned if I don't. You know what I mean. It's like if they don't then. They're betraying buddy. You know. So. It's like I I get. Well. If, they don't be you're you know going against the country? But what I'm saying is what irritated me today. I'm watching. People cared on the statues. That's our history. Good bad indifferent. And you had black slave owners. He had three thousand wax playboys in eighteen thirty census set, and they own thousands of plays. And when you start, saying it's the white man. This is a black man. She's got a problem because you're going against the whole people, and that's not right well. We're American. Whether it's black or white term that causes a problem well, and you know what. We had Angelo call in with trip earlier today between nine and noon. Look first and foremost for humans. Findlay were Americans and if you listen to Sean and it, people missed that call. You can go to the W., T. or the MITRO. Sano show facebook page. I posted that phone call. Okay, it's it's all of us. I know. But here's what I'm saying is when you start saying it's all the blacks fault or it's all the white fall. That's not gonNA have a year. Long! It's absolutely not true. Not what I'm saying that's why getting to. You. They're talking about reparations stuff and it's like hey, man, you. Had you know you won't slaves also, and it wasn't a race thing. They wanted to make a buck. I mean you have slaves in Africa right ten million sleighs. Nobody talks about that. Trend million faith plays Africa nobody mentions that. You know. He's people can't on property. They don't have a last name. You? Know their kids aren't there. If the government of the person that owns them and they don't get paid. So, what do you call that you have and bill? Thank you for the call. I mean the injustice It's it's worldwide. It's a damn shame to one six five seven eight eleven hundred. If you want to jump on board to phone lines open back to the phones we go and Julie you're on W.. T. Am eleven hundred good afternoon tea Julie. Hi Carmen. Thank you for taking my call. you know first of all happy flag day to you! Yes, happy flagged I also we WANNA wish. Julie hold on, we also want to wish the United States Army, happy, two, hundred, forty fifth birthday and I also want to take this time out to wish Donald. J trump, happy seventy, four, th birthday in Washington DC today. And I am a United States army veteran. and. Yes and I'm also a nurse. And I'M GONNA Central Italy So this is very special. my husband and I. We have she storms come through Akron Ohio. She take our flag down because we honored our flag and the fact that It came out today about Baker Mayfield, wanting to slow down and nail to the flash. DISGUSTS, me. It just absolutely It's an insult. You only time we ever. Neal is if a man is down on the field. Or if a man is down on the battleground. Any of those things that when we kneel. We Stand In honor of our flat, and that's what we should be doing and showing unity. And instead of them Naeli. How about they go arm in arm out onto the fifty yard lies. This is my husband's idea. How about they go out when they flip the coin of WHO's going to kick off? How could they go out on the fifty yard line with police officers arm in arm. With the captain of that game and Baker Mayfield showing unity for this United States of America in which they are honored and they are. Privileged to play a game. Do about that if that were to ever take place, could you imagine how proud everybody in that stadium? Ticket holders along and you know the Cleveland Fan base. where, we're insane. You know we are more than above and beyond always. And we always support the underdog. We always support that, and if if you cannot stand there, and then you know. What does the things I? Just WanNa bring back up, Leshan. My husband called me he he was at the grocery store, and he said honey. You gotTA turn on. T. Am eleven hundred I. Oh, on it, so I got on there and I heard was sean. And I'M GONNA. Tell you right now, apartment. I cried. I-. I- bogged my hat off and I'm GonNa, tell you. That woman had every single thing accurate. And there's nothing in this world more..
"angelo" Discussed on The Mike Trivisonno Show
"Carmen Angela on W. T. a. m eleven hundred and one. Oh, six point nine FM with the until four o'clock this afternoon. If you're on the phone lines, hang tight. We'll get you. Thank you so much for your patients. If you want to join the show to one six, five seven eight eleven, hundred or two, one, six, five, seven, eight, one, one, one one, do wanna read a text from are texting program brought to you by absolute roofing. You can drop us a text at two one zero nine. Nine five from the three three zero carbon, although I may have the right to do certain things I will choose not to do them I have the right to use profane language in church, but I choose not to I have the right to kneel during the national anthem, but I choose not to the reason I choose not to is called respect if football players choose to show respect for one 'cause with a display of disrespect for our country, then I choose to not participate and will not watch. Two six five seven eight eleven hundred got a phone line open back to the phones. We go Tom Thank you so much for waiting patiently. Ron W. T. A. M. Eleven hundred. Good Sunday afternoon to you, it's. Time you there. Yes please take now, speaker. Okay Carmen. Yeah, instead of disrespecting the flag of the United States of America by kneeling. And, if the players really believed, they need to show solidarity. Why don't they take a knee? Every time? They score a touchdown instead of the Egos maniacal celebrations that we see every time on TV. Oh, well, that's that's my disgusting question. Well, no, that's and you know what okay. That's fine. I'm okay with that. They're they're showing? The fervent for their claws okay now. Tim Tebow. You take a guy like him. Tom And you remember he would take any after he scored. And he was vilified for taking a knee, and thanking the Almighty for what he was able to perform what he was able to do. Okay, I have no issue whatsoever. If a player scores he can take a knee and he could wages protests that way. Just don't do it during the national anthem you or do it at halftime or minutes before the national anthem God forbid do it after the game you see. Yes also by taking a knee every time they score a touchdown. They could do this several times a game. In most games, there's more than one touchdown scored. There's rarely a games that are decided by three. Three, two two or sixty three scores. So several times a game I think what makes a better statement than kneeling and disrespecting the United States. I'm a veteran. That's why I I'm probably a little more upset than The average fell player, and I understand and Tom I hate to cut you loose i. hear the music. We gotta hit the bottom of the hour. News Duly noted. If you're on the phone lines, hang tight. We'll get to you to one six five seven hundred. If you want to jump on board Karma Angelo with you. Till Four Newsradio W. T. a. m...
The author of White Fragility doesnt think most white people care about racial injustice
"I'm Jonathan Kaye part in this is Cape. Robin Diangelo is the author of white fragility by it so hard for white people to talk about racism. It's one of the most important books on race and racism that I've read because it's written by a white woman for white people. And she doesn't mince words I actually don't think that most white people care about racial injustice. The Angelo and I discuss how amy Cooper's nine. One one call and central park was terrifying addition to a history of white women's tears, being weaponized against black men, we discussed the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, and we talk about the broader concept of white fragility. And how if you're white? You can liberate yourself from it. As you will hear. This was a Cathartic conversation for me. You can listen to it right now. Robert de Ngelo. Thank you very much for coming on the PODCAST. Thanks for having me I've been raving about your book white fragility. Why so hard for white people talk about racism? Since I read last year in one of the chapters in your book is entitled White Women's Tears and I immediately thought of it in in reaction to what happened central park between Amy Cooper, and Christian couvert not no relation and you have A. reprise Vignette. in that chapter where someone says to you when a white woman cries, a black man gets hurt, and you go on to write, not knowing or being sensitive to this history is another example of white centrality, individualism and lack of racial humility. In that that vignette jumped out at me after watching the Amy Cooper video. Because at least to me, it was clear Amy Cooper knew what she was doing. Those quote, unquote tears, and that quote unquote emotion were not real. From your perspective and as author of this book, tell me what you what you thought of what you saw in that video, and how that plays into the overall research in your book. Yeah, and you also noticed that the more it becomes clear that they're not working the more unraveled she becomes right there something. There's response that she expects to get that. She's not getting. So there's so much going on in that that scene. If you will, there's the sense of this is my space. This is our space and you don't belong in this space. And I am entitled to engage in this faith in any way that I want. I need to follow the rules right so in putting them back onto him. She actually makes herself the victim and hurt him the perpetrator. He's not following a an unspoken set of rules, which is not only not being in her space, but backing down a when she basically demands him to back down. When she she uses his race. Over and over, so it's very clear. She's not just calling the police and describing him even before she calls, she makes it known in. This is another great example of the lie of color blindness that we don't notice people's race. That has no meaning so she's leveraging all of this, and he just remains calm, dignified and she again. And more irrational, and I think in enlarge white fragility is irrationality, but it doesn't have to be rational. We don't have to be rational. It just has to work, so we can on in one one moment invoke individualism. Why can't we all be seen as unique and different and the next moment? Oh, we all bleed under the skin. Why can't we all seen as the same? They're contradictory narratives, but that's not the point the point is we need to silence of racism. We need to silence any calling in of our positions of our entitlement. At in there, there's a there's so much history behind this. This is this is another piece. White women's tears invoke a history of terror. I mean Emmett till. Is probably the most amplified example of what happens when a white woman claims distress. In that case he you know. He looked at me. He whistled at me and in the Emmett till example, we also know that that wasn't true. This a so much of this is based on lies, but up until recently it's certainly been effective.
"angelo" Discussed on The Mike Trivisonno Show
"Carmen Angelo on W. T. am eleven hundred and one zero six point nine FM. With you for about another twenty minutes or so? Andrei not takes over at four. He'll take you up until seven o'clock tonight on WTI eleven hundred got a couple of texts and I hope this is not the case, but one texter lets us know that. There's a heavy police presence. The strong Ville Mall Right now due to threats that were made and employees of the mall happened sent home I hope to God. That's not the case. If you are in that area, feel free to give us a call and let us know what's going on. Tyrant I believe that is the case as I lady. Call earlier Kinda say the same. Is that pretty much the same thing that her daughter was there and whatnot so okay. It sounds like that is the truth very very unfortunate. Also Brad did receive a tax that. Access to Beechwood Mall is. Okay. That's a shame. I mean this stuff. Just continue still. A damn shame to one six five seven eight eleven hundred got a couple of phone lines, open or two, one, six, five, seven, eight, one, one one back to the phones we go, Kane you're on. WWL. Am Eleven hundred Sunday afternoon Ta Cain. Carmen through. Some things I've said. That's pretend that you put together an organization that what we do is we solicit mayhem? We put together organization. And you call us up. We step in and we clause mayhem, so my question to you is what are we solicit this to? Somebody who's going to buy our service a cynical? Up The food chain. In both parties. This election year want nothing more than divisiveness. And mayhem. I live downtown. I was hanging up to CVs just shaking it all in and. Literally like this parade was coming down nucleus. And the found and smashing, and all of a sudden across the street to get out of the way. And the people smashing everything. are in combat gear. Doubt this is an organized program they come in, but this is an organization that's. Somewhere and they deploy the irony is what all these cities in? Ohio got wacked at the same time. And if you heard Councilman Mike Polenta come with trip earlier today? He said Yeah? They were in tactical clothing. They had backpacks and they came in waves. There were one hundred fifty or two hundred people that showed up at the free stamp about one o'clock yesterday to voice their concerns piece, believe and Mike Blunt success within a matter of thirty minutes, waves of people by groups of ten in this black year showed up with backpacks God knows what were in the backpacks, and he said it was basically these people were bussed in to cause problems. Right so my question to you is I laugh at Palencia as as a politician. What did he doesn't know WHO's behind them? Somebody's financing because they wouldn't do it if there wasn't any money, legal the food chain and it gets to the point where they're going to be a group. That doesn't have blood on their hands, but there's probably four different generations before sudden. These are the people putting out the recipe. And device. Well I'll tell you one thing I mean whoever's funding and that name George Soros has been very very familiar on are texting program, and also throughout trip show from nine to noon today and My show up until four I I don't know if that's the case. Sir Real Quick Yeah Real. Quick, we're not. You're never gonNA. Know who does this. That's how. Well I'll tell you that. trinket blurred. You'RE GONNA. Go Okay so a+ vehicles in minutes GonNa get all cryptic and everyone's GonNa. Go you know what I don't even know? That's by design. Well. You know what I think. It would be easier to find out than you believe came and I. Thank you for the call got a phone line open to one six five seven eight eleven hundred back to the phone lines. We Go Michelle in Ravenna you're on WTI. Good afternoon to Michelle..
Finding Simplicity in Complex Times With Julia Hobsbawm
"Good day. Now welcome to episode two hundred sixty two of live happy now. This is Paula Phelps. And I'd like to thank you for joining us once again this week. Today's world has become increasingly challenging. So it's fitting that this week we're talking about simplicity. How do you find more simplicity in a complex world? Well that's complicated in this week. Author and social commentator. Julia Hobsbawm looks at how we can live a simpler more creative and productive life. Her new book the simplicity. Principle six steps toward clarity in a complex world looks at how we can become more focused and less distracted. It's something we can all benefit from learning. So let's hear what she has to say Julia. Welcome to happy. Now thank you for having me a pleasure to be with you. Will you have a wonderful topic to talk to us about? And it's a great time to talk about it too because our lives seem very complex. And so you're talking to us about the simplicity principle. I guess to start. Can you tell me what made you want to take on this issue? Yes it is a funny time. I think a good time to be talking about symptoms tedious. When all lives became both Bruce Lee simple through lockdown but also a lot more complicated with the ramifications and implications of life next began writing seven. Right is go around. The connected age in the digital age in all the complications of that role. And I wrote a book fully connected and that book really seemed to resonate with people that were worrying about overload and then I thought well what's next for the people concerned about now. I thought it was in the end that people feel they have almost limitless choices. Limitless possibilities windows within windows and APPS and meetings and opportunities and the world was becoming so full of potential that it was also getting really complicated. And I thought what is it that we really want. We want all these opportunities. We want to be innovative and entrepreneurial allies at least I do but equally we want to not feel like we're going a bit nuts and the truth is I think we all did feel even before corona virus. That life was just really getting complicated spell. I wrote the simplicity principle to really say. Can IT BE SIMPLISAFE Walk to simplicity? Look like what's wrong with complexity in the first place and you know what a successful at like and that's what I came up with the book and why is complexity so difficult for us well in some ways complexities natural human beings a curious and you only have to look the way we like sports. That have complicated rules or hobbies have intricate ways in which you do something. Even a jigsaw puzzle is complicated. The human brain itself as an organism as about as complicated objects if you like in the world so there's nothing unnatural about impact city and everything from viruses and weather systems to ecosystems all complex. The problem I think comes down to the fact that the human being that we own all inside systems and jobs digital worlds. We're actually a bit more basic. We need sleep. We need dressed. We honked overload our brains without stressing out tuning out venturing out. And when we do that things happen which might not make light operate smoothly in other words. You want your pilot to fall asleep at the controls because they're exhausted or you don't want somebody to miss. As arguably authorities have missed the signs of endemic coming because s what the systems to warn each other and take action. Were too complicated so really. What I'm saying is at the very least. We need to balance on the spectrum. Between what is simple uncomplicated? But in an ideal world we would also give the human body and the human mind more of what we now know that needs which is simple straightforward reset nut chewing respecting the complexity respecting. That things are not straightforward. This is not a book about being simplistic. I think of things at simplistic is a bit like it's stupid. You know him wants to be stupid but simplicity is actually what sophisticated and the person who taught me. That actually was the late great my Angelo. Who I have the pleasure and privilege of working alongside for a good few years when I was a lot younger. And you want me to keep it simple. And she taught me that when you can connect with what you want and what you're Abou- and what's real and what matters sat is smart but it might also be simple as what I've tried to create is a bit of a blueprint for how to get to that simple. It's right in the middle of everything that super super complicated and one thing that makes your approach so unique and so effective is. There's a lot of books at tells. Here's how to simplify. Here's what you need to do but yours isn't just about that. You really look at how the world can open up for us when we live a simpler life all of that. So can you talk about the research that you did to discover these result? Yes I wanted to write a book. That was a like a bit of a business book on a business woman. And I'm a business writer and so I wanted to give it a magic number. Because lots of the best business books do say who it intense steps seven steps in the four ways in the and so on and I want to really structure it so that it was incredibly useful but I also wanted to a homage if you like to the philosopher and all of we're on a quest to find meaning and I think more and more we want meaning in our lives and so I thought how do I do this and so I alighted on the idea that I would write about simplicity and the human brain I would dig into the research around. Neuroscience and present some case studies at pupil could relate to as some data that says. Look this is why the human brain needs to keep it simple but I would also structure the book a little bit like a cross between a business book recipe. Frankly so that. If you like may acquire impatient to say all right I buy it. I'm into simplicity versus exte- when the line begin how do I stop that? It would be easy to pick up. The book died in and to find something within five minutes of. Reading the book that you could relate to and do that's what I want and to feedback Sephora has been quite good because I think that most of us now want just quick wins. You know we want hacks and simplicity as well as wanting to look at the deeper meaning and I think the coronavirus crisis is a really good moment to reset and rethink. What are we wanted to? How do we WANNA live? How's it going to be
"angelo" Discussed on The Mike Trivisonno Show
"Carmen Angelo, on T. am eleven hundred one zero six point nine FM. Blessed Memorial Day weekend. Urge everybody to get out. Spend quality. Time with family loved ones. Enjoy a hotdog. Enjoy Burger! Enjoy a couple of cocktails beer whatever. You Desire, but when you do. Glance up to the heavens and. Thank all of those who made the ultimate sacrifice. For All of us to enjoy the things we're able to do today. And Again I. Kicked off the show talking about. Memorial Day a federal holiday, but it's day that all of us. In, America should recognize each and every day in our own private way. Because, we live in a land of freedom to one, six, five, seven, eight eleven, hundred or two, one, six, five, seven, eight, one, one, one one, you can also text us at two, one, zero, nine five. That again is brought to you by as always when the fine folks at absolute roofing back to the phone lines we go and Cindy in Norton. You're on W.. T. Am eleven hundred good Sunday afternoon to you cindy. You're talking about dewine watching us. The the show with trip from nine till noon. He, said As far as social distancing practices, go and whatnot and Brad. We'll have to go under the file and we indeed we'll play that again. He said what we have to watch for, and basically is people practicing social distancing when they're out and about. So that's yeah, that's right. Well I got a Nazi facebook. Of course, it's facebook, but. Is from Nazi. And the back of the SU black SUV keep Ohio safe. and. It's a government vehicle. And they're sitting at a bar and they're watching people this happened. Friday night. Okay Cindy the quite. Frankly, that's not the first we've heard of that. I mean we all reports of that happening. It's just crazy. I mean. I. Don't look the majority. Hey. You're preaching to the choir. I'm over all of this to. The majority of businesses it'd be they. Restaurants be bars. They are adhering to all the social distancing safeguards Cindy. That are in place now. If we see in, you did have governor or Lieutenant Governor John Huston I'd say about two weeks ago during one of their daily Corona virus briefings if you see somebody that's not doing the right thing as far as their bar-restaurant when they open, basically snitch on them, and that could open up a whole new can of worms say you got an establishment. That's doing things the right way and they've got a competitor. WHO's jealous? They may go out and SNITCH. Make a false allegation against a bar or restaurant that is indeed doing the right thing, and then that owner is going to have to defend himself or herself. Right I mean we were out last night. We went out to dinner. The restaurant was awesome, but I mean we were driving and there were people having graduation parties. In the backyard and you know they weren't soc, but I mean. Let them do what they WANNA do. Well I'll tell you one thing city if I go to a restaurant and I see a buddy of mine, sit in two or three tables away I'm not just going away from a distance you. I'M GONNA. Do I mean unfortunately, I'm GONNA walk up to my buddy and his wife and I'm say hello and chat for maybe ninety seconds and if I'm while enough I'll probably hug them style exactly exactly. Well, Cindy, thank you for the call. Greatly appreciated to one six five seven eight eleven hundred. If that's the case of if there are state vehicles that are parked outside bars, and they are keeping track, you talk about the ultimate case of big brother. Wow, that's something, but you heard governor to wine. Say What we have to watch out for and again making sure that all these places practice social distancing and apparently. State employees are out looking for such infractions to one six five seven eight eleven hundred back to the phone lines. We go Mary and Fairview. Park home of the warriors. W., t. a. m., Sunday afternoon to you, Mary. Good afternoon to you. well I was saying that I went to see my doctor this week. Because I'm a high risk. He didn't WANNA. See me my virtual, but I wrecked my knees, so he kind of had him. But. He did volunteer to do the feel nineteen For the hospital for two weeks. And he said at that point. It's a serious disease. Social distancing is where the good, but the interesting thing. He said they had two floors were loaded with patients. Cancer patients. Most of all the doctors go three doctors who kept? Only four patients where remaining, he's EILLY walked. One patient Bohio never states there's any cures. Well. They put their number. We have no choice. And I'm thinking like as long as you put. There's no cheers flat needs. numbers keep getting bigger and bigger. than. Protecting the decks from the confirmed cases and not saying the curious to know what I real number got active cases well all the Cinema Ohio Mary Right now has thirty, thousand, seven, hundred, ninety four cases and. Ninety nine point zero six percent of those are non fatal cases. Okay I mean the mortality rate is incredibly low with this virus, but since it was so new, they call it the novel Kuroda Virus, it freaked people out and again I, don't WanNa hearken to the numbers of deaths that have happened statewide in nursing homes, assisted living centers long term care facilities or the state's prisons, but the number of deaths, the total number of deaths and sitting at Eighteen, seventy, two right now statewide, a possibly eighty five percent of the deaths happened in congregate living, setting such as those that I just mentioned, and the governor shut down the entire state. Because the potential for death, now one death and I said this earlier in the show. One from Corona virus is far too many, but you've got to look at all aspects. How many debts happened outside of those? Types of settings, and it was nominal, or it was minimal, and I am in agreement with trip. The state should not have been shut down for so long when the. It should not I'm a high risk person with three autoimmune diseases, so I'm not allowed to be outside. Even though he said I can go out for a walk, but I don't need to wear a mask. And don't live your life in fear. If you feel, you need to wear a mask obviously, if you're going to the grocery store and you know you're going to be. In a facility that's got maybe sixty to one hundred people in it. Yeah, where a mask a trip talks are. Allowed to go to grocery store, you're not allowed to go to the grocery. You've got an immune compromised condition. Is that correct I have three autoimmune diseases and I. Am Not yet sensitivity in allergic reaction to all drug families so Now I got like one antibiotic. That's working towards my body. Curate Ninety percent of it is busy trying to kill my body. So. It's not to be out. You're trapped. I'm okay with it. No, you see, that's what people are not guarding and my yard I'm out poetry I'm out Tanis..
"angelo" Discussed on The Mike Trivisonno Show
"You've built up a lot of humidity's these kids. Yes, they've missed some recently, but it's not like their new thing that many new things out there. It's the same things they've been getting immunity from the whole time. They've been in school and been growing up and things like that, but I would imagine Parbat I thank you for the call I would imagine that. These kids. Their exposure has been incredibly limited, and once they get out, and amongst each other. There's GonNa be a wave of sickness, and we had Dr Sherri ten Pantheon about a week and a half ago, while with trip, and she echoed that same sentiment that there's there's GonNa. Be a lot of kids getting sick and God forbid that happens. Guess what? They probably shut the schools down again. But if they do that, that's not a cure all. The history would repeat itself, so we're just going to have to bite the bullet. The kids are GONNA have to go back to school. Unfortunately, my my children have a chance of falling ill, but that's just the way it's going to have to be. If you're on the phone lines hang tight. If you want to join the show to one six, five, seven eight eleven, hundred or two, one, six, five, seven, eight, one, one, one, one or text us at two, one, zero, nine five garment Angelo here till two on Newsradio W.. T. AM eleven hundred. A. New..
New York Area - New Jersey Loses 757,700 Jobs In April, Now 1 in 7 Workers Seeking Unemployment Benefits
"The business shut down from the coronavirus cost New Jersey record number of jobs last month they Y. W.'s Mike denardo takes a look the business closures and stay at home orders resulting from covert nineteen because the garden state to lose more jobs than ever last month says state labor commissioner Robert Cerro Angelo jerseys employment decrease historically in April dropping by seven hundred fifty seven thousand and seven hundred jobs a Cerro Angelo says in all one point one million new Jerseyans filed for unemployment benefits since March bringing the total unemployment rate to fifteen point three percent a measure not seen since February of nineteen ninety two a Cerro Angelo says extra workers have been hired to process the backlog of claims governor Murphy empathizes with those not paid yet if you're still out there we haven't got the you're frustrated we don't blame you but we will get there and you'll get every penny that's coming here at his daily briefing Murphy said the overall trend lines are pointing in the right direction but it's still too soon to ease anymore business
72% say Philadelphia Eagles would have won Super Bowl LII had Wentz been QB through entire season
"With the eagles have won Super Bowl fifty two it went for the quarterback the entire season seventy two percent say yes wow then when's when's your answer to that is we would have won anyway I'll be some sports radio yeah I divide that lets them pull out right at their question is can you can only pick one niggles or Carson Wentz brought you by bush auto group eighty one percent say Carson Wentz
Rare syndrome in children maybe linked to virus.
"Half. The world's airplanes are in storage doctors. In Britain. Italy and Spain have been warned to look out for a rare inflammatory condition in children that is possibly linked to the corona virus earlier this week. Britain's Pediatric Intensive Care Society issued an alert doctors noting that in the past three weeks that has been an increase in the number of children with a multi system inflammatory state requiring intensive care across the country. The group said there was growing concern that either. A covert nineteen related syndrome was emerging in children. All the different unidentified disease might be responsible. The cases were also reported to have features of toxic shock syndrome or Kawasaki disease a rare blood vessel disorder only some of the children tested positive for covert nineteen so scientists unsure if these symptoms are caused by the new corona virus or by something else. Spain's Association of Pediatrics recently. Made a similar warning telling doctors that in recent weeks that had been a number of school age children suffering from an unusual picture of abdominal pain accompanied by gastrointestinal symptoms. That could lead within hours to shock. Low blood pressure and heart problems in Italy. Dr Angelo Ravelli of Gasoline Hospital and a member of the Italian pediatric. Society sent a note to ten thousand colleagues raising his concerns. Dr Sonia
New York - N.J. coronavirus deaths spike to 846
"In New Jersey a stunner from governor Phil Murphy deaths in the state were up two hundred and one day nearly eight hundred and fifty lives lost governor Phil Murphy called it sobering we have now lost nearly one hundred more of our fellow new Jerseyans to covert nineteen than we did on the September eleventh attacks the governor now trying to prevent people from spreading the virus to the shore where he says the medical resources are scarce the state police superintendent allowing localities to prohibit rentals even hotel stays to seasonal guests we have heard too many stories especially from our shore communities of people trying to relocate for the time being into their towns from impacted areas this is not how social distancing works meanwhile state labor commissioner Robert sorrow Angelo says he's retrain staff in other departments to help with the call volume with this sixteen hundred percent increase in unemployment claims and updated the website with covert nineteen related info our department is working harder than ever before to address the hardships many of you are facing due to this
New York - Number of coronavirus cases in NJ approaching 20,000
"The case count New Jersey is approaching twenty thousand and governor Murphy says it's extremely important to follow state home orders so the hospital system is an overwhelmed New Jersey's Attorney General says they're going after anybody he was price gouging or hoarding
Pietrangelo says Blues teammate Bouwmeester in good health
"Blues captain Alex Pietrangelo speaking during an NHL video conference call says teammate Jay Bouwmeester is in good health some seven weeks after having a cardioverter defibrillator implanted in his chest picture Angelo said he and teammates have occasionally stop by to see what Mr while the NHL is on hiatus because of the corona virus pandemic the captain said he's pleased to see Bobby stir taking walks through their Saint Louis area neighborhood the defenseman has been ruled out for returning to play this season after he collapsed on the bench during a game in Anaheim on February eleventh Mike reads St Louis
Ryan Forsythe of Trevor Sorbie: Being a Happy Successful Hairdresser
"Before we go any more into that. Let's just learn about you. Ron And you'll Rosa I. He just gives a little bit more of a heads up about you'll row at Trevor Syllabi and undertakes so our senior director in the card. Salam which is our flagship store. And I've been since two thousand four and basically started as a stylist there and worked on the way up to to this position and I look to all of the education happens in the cotton solemn and I work under Tiziana prematurely. She's the international head of education. So you know together. I work very closely with her. And we way Lacoste with in house education which is for the system Sir Training and there is also Zach by and Nathan who lacoste at the technical side of the shining and yeah we look after the assistance. We also look after people that are applying for jobs like He pulled up from the outside so we take trae tests we retry them and we'll say China teaches to become teachers. So you know. That's quite busy rolling itself as well as you know. We're all working on the floor as well. Five days a week doing clients fully but is and stuff like that stuff as well as the head of the ship sound on. What led you to that role so I mean I can't trump sorby and I you know I came in from the from the outside odd had previous experience so I kind air and I started as a stylist and ostrow couple years of working trying to kind of make my my kind of inroads. They're around all these amazing addresses who I really wanted to aspire to be like no you at Angelo Seminar. A time and trevor was cutting additives carrying and those all these headdresses around you that you just aspired to be like so. I just really wanted to kind of eventually get to that level and Pi Ata of all those names futures should of delight site uproar many of them onto the podcast but for the most respected names in the world. Trestle be really is in the same levels. Vidal's essay in Mile. They probably the the world of hairdresser in the Angelo with former guest. Tom Connell very first interview previous. You have this certain style of hairdresser. Enemy galleys at that point of what Trevor Soobee is all about. And it's look it's tastes level in the head that it produces in its collections. I think first of all so continuing education things like the good foundation in Cotonou coloring styling having that foundation and then then kind of developing missiles personality the individual in the of the Hesse themselves. You know we're not trying to kind of create robots. We won't people'd Sir to flourish on. We really try to encourage creativity and yeah. I mean you know this. I guess we kind of work as a family. I'm necessity collaboration in terms of trying to kind of and that's why you see that consistency in terms of taste level. Think Yeah Salinas well before you were Trevor Sloppy. You mentioned that you was a hairdresser pronto. So you didn't start out. Trevor Soobee now. What was that before you got today and say I mean I I was? I come from a town outside. London called Stevenage in Harper Cheer. And it's also I think as thirteen IDA starts getting interesting to do hair. I didn't have any family. History of hairdressing. But you know I just. I loved anything creative. I loved music. I loved making start up fashion just I loved people but also was was London as a place and I saw was brought to London quite a lot bomb and my grandparents and you know as a place in really excited. And that's that's where I wanted to end up. I think it's a definite reason why I want to come into hair. I think just I always loved in my head coach as a as a kid. He wants governor here and I love the process before and after and fascinating. Our pain together. I loved the environment. I think it was how I fell off the haircut. That really made an impact on me me and my haircut and then we recently with James Bond the run around in the streets pretending to be twenty five. That's the Roger Moore James Bond. Put Away those. Yeah so that was. Then so yeah. You have an idea that I wanted to do and some tickets job in London. When I was fourteen so I was going to school class. Job In this great Ceylon in Maryland public image and Simona walk through the door. Just for this is this is broad belong so this is Ronnie to. I was in London as in hairdressing and this is a this is it now and I met my my my then boxes now at the Senate dear friend of mine who Barry Chriswell and he was to become a teacher and I would call mental as well because he taught me to Kuttab. He taught me really good work ethic he said Iran. We would like to pie to go out and party but just please come to work. You know that. Stay that stage that stay with me to this day so often I is kind of. I thought last album by role yourself them run as in your position that you have been not mental and how important is for your team. I don't yeah I feel like I'm in a position now where I can offer my experience for education and just infer. Two Years of working in hairdressing solve worked with great hairdressers levels and and obviously we client different manages. The norm that say so. I would consider a wealth of experience and of offering. I feel like the me. It's my duty to be able to help people whether it's with education whether it straight simply or whether it's just how to progress in the salon style saw in a hairdresser in general. I think the other thing. My my mushroom buried taught me was kindness and being a good person. You know. That was something that really stuck with me. From the
"angelo" Discussed on Kickass News
"B. O. Two showtime since its debut in two thousand thirteen vice has delivered crucial indepth journalism from the frontlines of global conflict including civil uprisings in Iraq Syria Yemen beyond and has provided perspective on some of the world's most pressing issues from lgbtq writes in the climate crisis to immigration and gun control now. The new thirteen episode season of vice will tackle new and complex geopolitical stories from all corners of the globe including a report from Isabel young on the growing human rights crisis in India where the government has directed the building of detention camps for targeted Muslims. And today. I'm happy to welcome. Isabel back to the PODCAST along with Vice. Media's president of Global News and Entertainment Jesse Angelo Isabelle Talks about her groundbreaking coverage of the Syrian civil war and China's forced detention of. We're Muslims. She shares what. It's like doing serious journalism. In authoritarian countries where media is tightly controlled and Jesse discusses the complicated process of keeping his reporters safe in those countries. Jesse also talks about his adjustment to vice coming from Rupert Murdoch's News Corp where he oversaw the New York. Post the recent move of vices flagship program from HBO Showtime And why Vice Will Continue to focus on under reported stories beyond our borders while the rest of the media obsess over the election in twenty twenty coming up with Vices Jesse Angelo and Isabel. Young in just a moment I'm sitting down.
Pietrangelo's two goals lifts Blues to 4-2 win over Ducks
"The blues stayed atop the NHL central division with a four two win at Anaheim last night Alex Petry Angelo scored two goals his last one was scored exactly at the nineteen minute mark J. bill Mr wears number nineteen this was the game that was rescheduled after the postponement due to his cardiac episode blues have a two point lead in the
Number of coronavirus cases in Italy soar to more than 5,000
"House the total number of coronavirus cases in Italy the hardest hit country outside of Asia surge today by more than one thousand two hundred NPR Sylvia Poggioli reports the outbreak is centered in northern regions where hospitals are under extreme strain civil protection agency chief Angelo Borrelli read out the latest contagion numbers in what has become his daily TV appearance today was the largest daily increase since the epidemic surfaced two weeks ago the total number of deceased now stands at two hundred and thirty three most cases are in the regions of Lombardy vantage any media Romagna health authorities have appealed for help after the number of Lombardy patients in intensive care rose by twenty three percent in one day the government is also expected to approve a draconian measure that would widen the locked M. zone to almost the entire Lombardy
Philadelphia Flyers beat Washington Capitals for 7th straight win, are point out of 1st
"Seven straight victories of the Red Hot flyers and a huge one of that five to to add Washington putting them just a point off the first place caps flyers scoring three goals in the second period flyers are sixteen foreign one in the last twenty one games unfortunately they do did lose James van Riemsdyk to a broken hand fires right back in action tonight at home against the
Crosby's four points leads Penguins past Maple Leafs, 5-2
"Sidney Crosby racked up four points in the Pittsburgh Penguins power play went three for three as the penguins beat the Toronto Maple Leafs five to two Crosby assisted three goals and scored his twelfth of the year helping Pittsburgh twenty five nothing lead midway through the game Anthony Angelo scores first career goal powers also you know its I'm sure the plane and it's on it's another obvious in the score I got to give it up to me can hear right before the game because I got a good feeling you're gonna do something and I you know he was right Brian Ross connected on this twenty third this year and Jason Zucker entity Blue Ridge found the net for Pittsburgh as well Tristen Jari may thirty four saves as the penguins took over first place in the metropolitan division Austin Matthew scored his forty third goal of the season Kyle Clifford cashed in for Toronto which has lost six of nine Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh
"angelo" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast
"Let's let's go over to mr angelo cisco angelo welcome to the show also happy to be here guys. Thank you for having me man. You're very welcome and yeah. You've been waiting for for a while. We booked this sucker a long time ago. Yeah so thanks for being patient. Get protecting your time and having things set up at the right time it just timing in general just matter so much. <hes> you know the difference between getting things done well and just getting him down. Dude that is so it's so true and that's some i know i've struggled recold without a long time for a long time is protecting my own time and yeah the sexy like create a little bit of white space and get a little systematic with stuff. You're like oh. I can breathe breath like a deep breath. Not this chest breath that makes me anxious and shit. I mean as as we record this. I actually just got back from a three day vacation in palm springs and that was the first time that i've pretty much been completely checked out of the business for more than a day at a time and probably four years. You gotta do that more often than and so like you we met you. I met you. I yeah through good buddy mr bush and teeny ryan out of a he's you now. He's been training me still to this day with started with cross fit and now it's more individual design stuff. I feel like i'm the best the best on the most fit right now and i feel mentally to and this is where your influence i feel like comes over into ryan just to kind of give a quick like backstory about how we know each other. It's just really cool to have you here to go deep dive because i know ryan for instance. He's just lied and is the man if you no bullshit and cut straight to the chase in like just get down to business but in a good helpful way he relies on you so <hes> <hes> yeah man. Let's get into your baxter because it's interesting in a work curious because there's a lot of stuff. We don't even know sure let's go for it bro so so i know yet a tragic accident kind of kicked everything off for you yet. You know what i would honestly say probably even went farther back from there but <hes> so i grew up <hes> i grew up in a very small italian-american. A suburb called narrows park a suburb of chicago and when i was when i was five years old my father went to prison from when i was five until i was sixteen and so i my mother who never really worked at the time i've the older sister and my mother. My dad went to prison in. She had to go to work. My mother's mother my grandmother she moved into the house and she basically took care of my sister and i want all my mother went to work and that was the majority of my youth so my dad went to prison when i was when i was starting kindergarten and he came home at night i had an i had my license and so crazy. It's crazy to say that out loud like that especially you guys. I think about the that gap right and i know it was a very very different childhood. I don't i don't necessarily believe it. Was that difficult now that i really had a lot of great things but it was just different we would go visit him round round of prisons around the country once or twice a year if we were lucky too because finances and my father was very big strong aggressive guy. It was very now that i realize it more. He was very pissed off that he was in prison and that his family had kinda just be out there without them and really you know when people go to prison listen..
"angelo" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Angelo. What's it up the far boards and ends up announcing by Schwartz was a series? Hi, four goals and a team high six points in a series so far. Schinder slide down the ice skipping out of the stars on tonight's in calling on the blues with just eight minutes remaining. And it's still scores. First period. One of those situations. There were the blues headed could've used a little bit more patients in the play there. There's a little bit of a Ford checked by Dallas. But not a lot in the blues ice that they wanna play in north game. Craig ruby talked about that this morning, and that means instead of going laterally side to side, we g to d if they can go forward with it and get it up ice and join the rush they want to do that immediately. You saw to Bennington sloughed stars when that drunk Lindbergh's signs up the near boards. Ben chasing after beat nearby Petra. Angelo can't throw it out. Jen crabs crops back to his captain. Looks ahead to terrorists Cinco who slides it down the ice and talking to blues head coach Craig ruby this morning, said sure Tarasenko has been good on the power play. But he needs more from the stars in one time shop, I think her golden foot and going to the near Kotor Perico tap, it ahead tour Riley to the closest blue line. And now the red line lifted up in the air and into the near corner, and Ron we'll case after it. Klingberg putting forth. Ron. Gun cleaver, really paddling in the fire quarter by finally comes free and Jamie, Ben will clear it out to center ice. Here's Easter right wing side over the parochial, and colder Perenco was the blues player who let that wicked slapshot go and game six that really shook up Ben Bishop. Proper toddlers taken off the puck net zuccarello cleared. Oakland stars though, stunned will walk into behind the net and log join back to get it. Leave it near quarter four saloon Dell. Dell being hassled by Petra.
"angelo" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"Angelo Ponzi your host here at the Business Growth Cafe and thank you for joining us today at the cafe. I'm excited have rich Cacuso founder and president of Sales Positi advisors deserves to discuss how to help businesses see the possibilities in their sales program and drive business growth rich. Welcome thank you thanks for having me on Angelo. Oh absolutely I'm excited about this conversation now to all fairness to the audience we we have a relationship <hes> not that kind of relationship but a relationship that <hes> from a business standpoint that we've been working together and doing some things and we're going to announce some exciting news at the end of the show and and hopefully <hes> you'll take us up on this offer that we have coming up but before we get started. Why don't you tell the audience a little bit about yourself and your company and all those good things sure thank thank you for having me on and hello to all your listeners so <hes> you know my my company sales velocity advisors? Our focus is on helping build world class sales teams. That's it that'll help. Companies grow revenue sustainable revenue growth for the long-term okay fantastic fantastic well it to my shows the very first question I like to ask when you think about growing your business. What keeps you up at night and well <hes> I think the things that keep me up at night are probably very similar for many small business owners and that's that's just how to manage growth? <hes> you know of course in in this business when you're when you're in the consulting expertise space <hes> you know you you have a limited ban with in terms of how many clients you can serve <hes> on simultaneously sleep so you've got to be very smart and selective on who you're working with and balancing out the visit development access <hes> aspect of the job <hes> versus the client servicing aspect of the job. I'm sure you can relate to the Angelo I can so I've been in the fractional space now actually on and off throughout my career they didn't call it fractional back then they called it contractor part time and things like that but now in the last four years in that fractional space and that is always the dilemma in your your new couple years now into the fractional space and the biggest difficulty I have found and I think you just stated it. You've got a search of the clients you've got to go out and network and do all those things make presentations you finally get a few clients and then you're working those clients dance and we tend because of our limited bandwidth stop. Maybe the networking in the pipeline aspects of that so that's for me personally. That's what keeps me up at night is thinking about pipeline how to continually bring value to my clients while at the same time making sure that there's additional business coming in because of we do a great job at what we do we do. We work ourselves out of a job as so true. You know you think about it. It's very analogous to too many many small businesses right you. You've got this value proposition that you're excited about and you launch it and you're able to <hes> attract customers to your brand and you know you've got a revenue stream and those existing. Justin customers are fabulous and and you've got you know terrific relationship with them and then you stop focusing on New Business Development <hes> and that is really probably one of the critical mistakes that all companies make <hes> as their over reliant on their existing customer base and they're not focused on the future and having some level of time spent on New Business Development and that's one of the things that that I work with my clients with right you know in managing both aspects of the business servicing existing clients. Can you know you wanna be able to retain that business but you also need to be <hes> ongoing on an ongoing basis prospecting for new business well that and that Renewal Business Ah the tends to be where folks seemed to be comfortable. It's easier to make sure that you're constantly renewing and re and recapturing that same all business but there's that acquisition. I always look at the acquisition side. If I WANNA grow then I need to have some kind of program Graham in place for you and I give a presentation open giving a sneak peek of what we're going to talk about at the end but have presentations about how to continually to help grow your business from a planning aspect and things like that now <hes> your background is thirty plus years it <hes> Fedex not not a small company not even a medium size company true and I've had the opportunity to work with many large global organizations over the years and one of the things as a consultant as I start to speak to to businesses in the small to a medium size area they push back a little bit and say well. You know you've got all this big brand experience. That's not our company. I don't know how we relate to what you did for. Let's say Purina or <hes> Unilever Unilever bringing down to my small thirty million dollar company and I always debate that with him because to me it's about the skill set and not necessarily how much money my clients had do some of the marketing activities so does that happen to you in and how do you address address that coming out of thirty years of a large corporation <hes> Yes it absolutely does you know I spent like you said thirty years at Fedex and in a variety of sales and sales leadership roles and you know what when clients engaged with me. Eh what I'm bringing to the table is my experience and expertise in building and leading high-performance sales teams. That's what I do and the conversation that I have <hes> with perspective clients is is simply this my focus is on the fundamentals and ensuring that you've got the right people the right process and subsequently the right performance. That's going allow you to achieve sustainable revenue growth. Just the fundamentals just the basics. That's where we're going to be focused focused on so we're not gonNA engineer something like we would for a sixty five billion dollar company like Fedex. We're GONNA engineer something that works for you at five million twenty five million fifty million whatever your revenue spot is because Angela you and I mean we're really focused on that small to the lower part of the mid market right yeah typically it's one hundred million dollars or or an annual revenue and these are companies that <hes> focusing on the fundamentals and being able to execute mute them is the difference between surviving <hes> versus thriving right yeah well exactly and I think that the <hes> strategies we use. I mean there's just consistencies in to your point. The basics with marketing marketing is marketing and if we really understand are are kind of value propositions and to be able to work within whatever those frameworks happened to be so you know when I talked to too many small medium sized businesses. This is the founder many cases still there. They are the chief sales officer marketing officer operations offer officer and janitor right and so making that transition from doing everything or or. Certainly leading the charge to being more in that leadership role where you now empowering other people. It's it's a hard. It's difficult to make that transition so in your experience. What advice can you give the listeners that are in that but how how to be more efficient in that transition transition and really kind of changed the game right? It's very common <hes> in terms of like you said the owner C._E._o.. They're the chief sales officer and unfortunately that's not scalable and you you'll get to an inflection point with revenue where you can't grow any higher than you're currently at <hes> because you know that owner that C._e._o.. They're running the business and they'll have time to be fulltime sales fulltime marketing and fulltime time operations and and and be the C._E._o.. Right the visionary leader that they're supposed to be the company from a strategy standpoint so <hes> yeah you get to that point so nice problem the half where we've grown pretty quick and <hes> and now I'm at a point point. Were you know the the business these me to step back and be the true C._e._o.. <hes> or owner and I need to bring somebody in who's got expertise and a variety of disciplines that can help take us to that next level so whether that's working with somebody like me or trying to do it on their own you know sourcing <hes> assail the ideal sales candidate or candidates that could come in and help effectively <hes> prospect and convert a new business and continue that growth trajectory. I mean that's really the next step in the process and and it can be challenging for for owners and CEOS to navigate that <hes> but again you know with people like you and I <hes> that did you bring a lot of expertise to the table week we can come alongside of them and help in that journey and most probably the most important part of it helped them source top talent <hes> that will <hes> you know contribute to their success <hes> going on four so what are some guidelines I mean we we have talked and I've had <hes> other people on my show and we talk about talent acquisition and really identifying do go Jim Collins putting the right people on the bus right and maybe even swapping them around in the seats so what are some kind of strategies that that some of the listeners can could put into place when they really start thinking about the right people to bring on board well great question and I totally agree with you. I think first things thanks I. You really need to be able to SPEC out. What's that ideal? Candidate profile look like what's the skill set that you need the background inexperience you have. I would submit to you. It's more important to bring somebody in who's got sales D._N._A.. Day In their blood <hes> then it is to bring in somebody who is an expert in your particular industry and the reason I say that is this you can very quickly immerse somebody in a specific industry and over a period period of thirty sixty ninety days they have become pretty knowledgeable. I mean it's not that hard to pick that up but you cannot <hes> just bring somebody in who's never sold before or frankly is not wired to be a salesperson the bringing them in and teach them the nuances of how to sell and have that personality where you've got a strong ego drive <hes> your you know your your self motivated your resilient you need to be because you're going to get a lot of knows you're very disciplined. In terms of how you organize your time and where you spend your time you're able to successfully overcome customer prospect objections <hes> you're able to motivate <hes> prospects to to you know say yes so they signed that contract they start doing business with you and then you have the ability depending on the company and what you want from the Rep to also <hes> build and retain that relationship so they continue to do business with you those are things that are really hard to develop and it takes time so if you you know sourcing somebody who's got that type of skill set. They are bringing that to the table. They don't need the industry piece you can. You can teach them that you can train them that but the other stuff you know I would submit to you. Louis the you have the D._N._A.. To be a good salesperson where you don't it's you can't coach to it if you don't have it. You can't coach to it. If you're an introvert. You don't like being if you don't like being in front of people and tell your story and getting a lot of knows you're you're not going to do well. Tails is not where you want to be out. You got to play to your strengths right so that that process of the ideal candidate profile. What do you in terms of prioritization right? Here's the most important thing number one sales d._N._A.. Right number two maybe something he's got a few years of experience in.
"angelo" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"Angelo Cataldi in the house. I'm back from some minor medical things and watched all the efficiency going on at the Endo's center there at the south jersey. I can't believe how efficient these people. Mike watching one after another after another it really is an amazing an amazing thing to watch all these people in the medical profession do their job with lives in their hands. It was it was it was opening experience. Everything's fine. No worries. I just have to worry. Now about my baseball team. The Red Sox get knocked off by the Yankees. And having a worse year, then the Phillies while the eagles go onto their next match up, and I'm listening, and I'm thinking if they really think that this thing is going to work and just put him back out there. I can't even imagine being an. If you're if you're planning against them. I I have to think this is some kind of routes that they hope that they can waste the other side's time by what they're going to do because it will be so obvious where the targets going to go if they come out in line up the same way as they did last week in Tennessee. And you could just see that that was that was from from get go that was what they were going to do and it worked. So I have to think that they're playing games, and that when they come out they may start that way, and then and then shifted dramatically, otherwise, it could be a really long night and getting picked apart by by by a very very team that can be very very good. So we'll see what happens with them. But I'm as I'm listening. I'm going, man. I hope this is some kind of Reuss because. It's just a it's just you just left yourself exposed if not and you saw what happened in the last game. I mean it was from from the beginning of the game. This is this is what we're gonna do. This is this is not match up we want. So we'll hope they're playing games. And that doesn't happen that way and everything turns out turns out a little bit better as eagles you have to adjust. As you go along. We'll see if they manage to adjust as they go along heard a lot about the Gabe thing, the the the interview with Angelo. When I was I told you before I I I thought it was going to get a concussion this year listening to Kappler speak. So finally doesn't speak in Kappler, but I will call Kappler speak. And I think he did himself a lot of good. Bye bye. Kind of being being a real person. Not that may be what he is. Anyway, very positive person. But I think people need to hear that to to to gain some. Sort of faith, I guess in what's going to happen. So we'll we'll see where they go from their president's spoke haven't heard from the owner yet. But there I gotta say at least they're in play such a strange year that nobody shows up at the park, and I'll say nobody in quotes because the comparatively to what you would expect with a team, but so much conversation about them so much swirling about them about the way, they were doing things whatever. So the at least they have that to hang their future on in terms of interest. And then and then they're free agent acquisitions on what they do. And they certainly have to do that. And it's gonna come down to no matter. What what voices we've heard so far? And we've heard obviously from the manager all year, the jerem Andrew spoke president spoke. It's only it's gone. What's going to matter is if the owners willing to overspend to to get some people to get things turned around because that's that's basically what it's going to take to. Get to get people to to move in that direction to go back to the ballpark. It's not easy to get people to go back to the ballpark. The flyer season starts tonight. I think they're going to have a I think they have a really good year up front of their goaltending. I don't have no idea when Carter heart will end up if he's going to end up here when it would happen. But I think by the end of the year, we may see that. If you don't have to probably be better. But I think you may have to and they've got a couple of men. This is going to be one of the best players in the league. They've got some good things going on. And they got start tonight. In vegas. Boy, what a show that was last year. So they're going to have to deal with all of that may work against Vegas. All the stuff. You know, what happens there during a game? It's just crazy. What happens there the NHL kicked off last night? And this is a pretty interesting story. Tom Wilson they're tough guy before the season. Even starts gets a twenty games a twenty game suspension. Now, you wanna talk about a league. That's finally put the hammer down. They should have put the hammer down probably last year in the playoffs and didn't twenty games to start. Here's the interesting part the way his contract is structured he got. He got a bonus. Upfront a signing bonus of I think five mil I believe he won't even get a paycheck this year. I think the amount of fine exceeds. Exceeds his salary for the year. So in other words, the m- he may be at a net negative where he has to write a check has to write a check because it was so front loaded that when you take the twenty games, and when you're a repeat offender in that league, you're you're you're fine is not based on days. It's games after your repeat offender rather than one hundred ninety days it goes to the eighty two games. So I believe that he will now in essence play for nothing, quote, nothing get the money upfront, but the fines going to accede his. For the year. And that's if that's a message nothing is. So they get and then they won't win anyway. Seven and nothing. So that was that was pretty curious the baseball playoffs role on as I mentioned the big data. If the Red Sox lose the Yankees. And I think they will be it'll be a worst year than the Phillies had to win all those games. And then have it come down against the team. That's their base on TV can't wait for this. They've got this going on to finally take some maybe an inch of spotlight away from the from the NFL, maybe baseball can do it with this. So they certainly have they got they've got that in their order now in the the the real world. There are some stories that I read that I can't even believe human beings. So the city of Houston. Has had to pass an ordinance to shut down. A I guess you'd call it a brothel like they have in Las Vegas, a broad a brothel. So it isn't human beings at all. It's robots slow this what a what a world. So this company this company actually wanted to start a company of robot brothel women, and the city has to shut it down. And of course, they have no ordinance. It's all I have to go into a session. Can you imagine going into recession and do we want to have this? Of course, you want to have this company allowed to have. Robots where have we gone? Has the world gone where when you've got cutting out a startup companies of robots, and so the city of Houston, of course, it's in Texas all of this going on like, this is beyond nuts beyond absolutely beyond. Crazy. What's gone on? I'm like you. Gotta be kidding me in the first place who who and unsew many levels. It's so wrong. And they have to have a vote have go into council, and I'm like what the every day every day. Now, you tune your tune in. And there's some other craziness going on and to me that was the crazy. The craziest story that I'd seen all day. The city of Houston happened is shutdown a sex robot company that's gonna start up. I'm like God. God knows I would love to have heard the argument on the other side. Like, you could probably hear the eyes rolling on. We're on earth. How on earth? Did we get here? So thank God. We can watch football baseball basketball hockey, cranking up soon. We don't have to worry about the problems of the real world which to quote, an old time saying is going to hell in a hand basket with a robot and the bat in the backseat. All right. We're gonna get the Angelo re everybody else side, Tom and ninety four WIP is five fifty two..
"angelo" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio
"No not quite it turns out that they took crimescene dna which they had had from the time of the crimes and ran through various databases world the sudden ding ding ding it showed a match to what would turn out to be one of the angelo's distant relatives someone who was rather dna in a public database so let's let's look at that arrest though it isn't until march of this year is we record this march twenty eighteen that he is identified as a suspect in these in these decade old crimes via a public database and what's strange about it happening two thousand eighteen for a lot of people as the idea that whoa info authorities would hold onto this information for decades not do anything in nineteen eighty six dna was just emerging criminal investigative tool and according to the experts the angelo as a former police officer would have probably according to them have known that this thing was on the way or there was a possibility at least so when they when they started looking for this a lot of the stuff we read about says that they found a match that was a distant relative but what does that mean oh well it means that they they took what they did have as far as dna evidence from this killer and they threw it into one of these databases called ged match dot com and they found a fourth cousin of dangelo now they have no idea this point who d angelo is they just know that this dna matched matches this person at least in some way and this person had used this ged match saw program already and this the service and then they start looking through this person's family tree this fourth cousin and they start trying to match up people's backgrounds from that.
"angelo" Discussed on Thaddeus Ellenberg's Casual Friday
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"angelo" Discussed on KQED Radio
"That and had gone beyond what i knew about the sound so than the angelo's the next piece of the puzzle and i listen to all that oh no added mall i don't think i could ever take it further than that and then i said okay i have to look somewhere else to innovate in this style or to even push it forward in the way that i feel is worthy but yeah it was it was it came out that the sole is come other listening and loving it and then trying to imitate heroes are became obsessively decoding a language that i felt i had like stumbled upon but wasn't really innate hadn't really been taught to meet growing up now there i can i wanna i wanna give this one and astra once it became such a game for the sake of getting that idiom down i was like all right i need to make this more original and kind of mix in these other things that that are definitely a part of me so i don't feel like them stretching playing in a thin in another universe or playing a game that doesn't belong to me i me to play my own game and ina make me make my music when you talk about your music a lot of it revolves around feeling like you you love the fact that the music that you create is gonna make somebody feel something deeply an intensely widen steep connection for you about the importance of the music that i may is about making you feel something i guess as you make decisions and as you start working on a piece of music that there's a mood that starts off um more vague and then you try to get more specific with it and and you control that mood by making certain calls honored by taking something out or adding something and that's what you have the that's kind of what you're playing with his is is is the way somebody feels and they're listening to it and you're kind of arranging all these things and making decisions and then performing in a certain way to achieve an outcome and that's just to make somebody feel a certain way and you control it to the best your ability and then by the end is just being delivered and then it it feels different for everybody one of the things i love about your processes that you actually.