22 Burst results for "Arman"

Tornadoes Hit Alabama And Georgia

PBS NewsHour

01:56 min | 2 months ago

Tornadoes Hit Alabama And Georgia

"Georgia. Survivors of deadly tornadoes are now facing a future of rebuilding. They awoke today to heavy damage, and the loss of six lives on in a vase has our report. Devastation across the South this morning, downed power lines gutted forests and homes eviscerated the aftermath of the syriza powerful tornadoes that wreaked havoc last night, including in Georgia Tragic day yesterday in early into this morning. We have severe damage and many counties across the state roughly to a him. Last night, I issued a state of emergency. One tornado struck just after midnight in the city of Newman, some 40 miles southwest of Atlanta. All of suddenly got still He just got extremely dark and you could hear the Sound sound like a freight train that was coming. You could just hear the windows shaken and things blowing against the front door and your ears are popping, and we just stayed there until it got quiet again. In Alabama, more severe damage and fatalities, including three people from the same family. Multiple twisters as many as eight touchdown across the state yesterday, Holly how authorities said a single tornado carved across more than 100 miles. It was just like a roaring There was no train with, Yeah, roaring. How started shaking in Birmingham, Mary Rose de Armen and her husband took shelter in their basement up until their roof caved in. I'm not worried about this thought anything else work that we came out of it alive. They escaped when neighbors arrived with ladders to pull them out. The storm's knocked out power for more than 35,000 customers in Alabama on the chaos stretched further on with thunderstorms and flooding reported in north and South Carolina, Kentucky, Mississippi and Tennessee. For the PBS news hour. I'm on the new vase.

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"arman" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

04:56 min | 3 months ago

"arman" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"How has that. Yeah absolutely so see formerly started you know in in march and the clients thick client that started with us still with us thankfully. So so you know. That's our goal you know. That's our goal is to keep helping them grow. Keep finding new new revenue opportunities. Keep finding new ways to get a lower cough or a position and conversion rates. Yeah that's excellent now. I want to offer pace of advice for anybody using a inexperienced paid market. They've never done it before when they come to you. What is the bit of advice. What are the first questions you ask them and share. Yeah i would ask them you know. What's the problem like char mechanic. You know what's the problem what's going on. Well my are being seen or we're not getting purchases or you know we're not getting enough reach so depending on what they issue they have you know. We have to analyze different points if the ads is the targeting is a delaney pace is the follow up and from there we go. Yeah that's great and you know you've simplified. What is the problem. Somebody told me he a roundabout idea. This is what we might whereas you just go straight and you get to the core of the question. So it's that's fantastic now when people visit your website. What is the process. And do you work with everybody or is there a like a selection process. Through yeah you know they you know they. We have to talk to them. See if we're a good fit 'cause we want to work long term so a matter of discussing with the business owner you know what they're what they want. They want to do a lot of times. You know one of the you know to be honest with you. One of the last calls. I'm having is coming to me. And they have a a good store. Underlies started going but what they need before is a good full walk. Sequence email marketing. Yes amazon tesco. Yeah and they don't have that. Yeah and then so so so a lot of times you know we have to see. We have to talk to see what you need right now. Maybe it's not us right now. I maybe something else and then we can get started. You know we for another client. We This person took the funnel guy took like two months or something like that to to build the whole thing but once they build it. You know First week we started running after gun. Purchases in was dow was the pre work to make sure that the success on harvard. Izing what's possible. That's exactly what we're after isn't that we want results not to you know have fun..

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"arman" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

04:20 min | 3 months ago

"arman" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

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"arman" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

03:39 min | 3 months ago

"arman" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"Throat with that kind of journalism and I mean i think rachel's personal story is worthy of long form journalism whether it's book or whether it's Just a story of her own. Because i know what she went through in terms of her nondisclosure agreement in how difficult it was for her after that and i think that she you know there was a lot of thoughts on her end before she sat down with us. And that that kind of trust factor you know. It doesn't happen every day dan. I just imagined. I don't know but i imagine she's gotten offers for her story. She sat down and gave you for free. It sounds like something that would have been very. That story is one. I would want to read what this did. Especially now arm and twenty twenty one when we're seeing. How much is run through the filter of male privilege over the years where this woman get side swiped on quote unquote immorality and becomes a national punchline for being the one who wrecked tiger woods is life when it seems like her truth is that she fell in love him while i think that's no question that she was in love with tiger. That's to me that. That comes across loud and clear in the in the doc i mean i. I didn't spend a lot of time with rachel. I had that one. Big meeting was heard alex. And and jeff. I would not be surprised. If she's been asked over the years to tell her story and that people had been willing to compensate for it. But i think to her credit you know. She held out and she wasn't going to do it until she felt that she had found the right place for it and You know when it's hbo in its alex gibney. And it's the two directors that were involved in that heineman and mahamat. Jack you're not gonna get much better than that and i think jeff and i because of our reputations in the book the way it was received it was it was the right time in the right place for it but i i think her story and i don't know it is well as i jeff does but from a storytelling perspective. Certainly what she went through after nine eleven. She lost her husband. You know she's had a very rich life in a lot of ways. So would i watch it. Yeah i watch. It did any part of the tiger machinery. Tried to get you to stop doing what you were doing. Not to my knowledge In the beginning in the book what happened was it took us about a year before we reached out officially to mark steinberg agent and glenn greenspan who was then tigers top. Er person who formerly was the top person at the master's their relations and communications and we immediately. We received an antagonistic response to our request for them to even consider an interview in it was it was right off the bat. It was a. We weren't on any sort of level ground that off what they wanted the conditions that they set for us to even discuss an interview with tiger. Were tom everybody that we talked to both. On the record off the record we had to provide them a list of questions prior to them even considering an interview and that just wasn't something that we were gonna that we were going to do so in the end you know. When the book came out march diver press release. It was full falsehoods and did his best to denigrate. What we were doing but the book speaks for itself and The reporting speaks for itself and so we we were always on of the mind that i reacted a little bit. More fire jets ice in terms of of those kinds of things but in the end we let the work speak for itself..

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"arman" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

05:35 min | 3 months ago

"arman" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"Circle back around on a couple of things that we just talked about. It sounds like arman that when you are having your cringe worthy moments in a movie that you made very artfully trying not to be judgmental and being fair and telling the human stories of all the parties involved. You arrived at cringe-worthy most when looking in a mirror on what journalism is now. You are an honorable journalist. I can't believe though that it was that bad for you where you were disgusted with us because we were the thing that made tiger woods have that embarrassing press conference in front of a blue screen where he's got a hug mom because we all have to be able to see tiger woods totally broken on something that would have broken any family apart. Well you know there's this word it's called the media and i you know that is a catch all catch basin for so much yet. One end you. Have you know people that. Have absolutely no scruples. When it comes to putting things on whether it's on social media on a cable channel that are nothing but click bait and then. I've been fortunate enough to work at sixty minutes where i don't think there's a. There's a higher standard of journalism that has ever been created than what i would go through to put stories on that show so i find it to be. I get upset when people criticize the media. Because that's like criticizing space. You know i. There's so much out there and to me I would rather be specific about people that had absolutely no concerns about anything other than making a name for themselves in what they said about tiger woods or what they say about athletes to having a take on something in the one of the reasons that i'm gonna polisher knob. A little bit here is in terms of one of the reasons i listened to. You is because you think about what you say yes. There are moments when you're just entertaining us but for there's a reason that you know that you're a communist that you think things through and that you have points of view i get so sick and fucking tired of listening to people that don't know what they're talking about and feel the need to spout something out because they're trying to make a name for themselves so you've now kind of touched the hot button with me and been around long enough to feel like i have a right to this opinion. I have moments where you know the profession of journalism just i. It's a lower case for me. And i'm really you know i fight that with people because i know how much good is out there. I know how much hard people work. I know when people would say to me like i know that. Cbs news is a leftist organization. I would say you have no idea what you're talking about. Because i sat in those meetings were these decisions. Were being made our what we put on the air every single night and there wasn't a word set about left or right or liberal or conservative. It was like tell me the best story possibly can it fair. Is it accurate. Is it true. In the definition that closest definition we can get to the truth. And if the answer was yes in. I answered to bob schieffer and and scott pelley and katie couric and peter jennings and ted koppel during the course of my career there was. I can tell you there was no agenda..

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"arman" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

03:46 min | 3 months ago

"arman" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"Customer looks at the athletes so often in sports across sports coverage armand where tiger woods was a proud member of their club when he was behaving quote unquote white and then what ended up happening was a betrayal. That felt like oh. He's not the moral man we thought he was and it felt almost like he returned to being black even though he's always self identified as no no don't necessarily make me black because he's always been very comfortable in this world the race part of this i thought was fascinating and you went pretty deep. I just wanted to see you go deeper. you're right. i think the racial side of this tired doc was fascinating for all of us. In san pollard's lack producer. That was very involved in the dock. We were acutely aware that you know is predominantly white people talking about night kyw black athlete even though he doesn't see himself so much as black as he does multiracial. Dismiss it at all. Especially at the master's i mean my god. You know the only people that were you know they're black. There were either carrying clubs in or they were serving people in the in the clubhouse so all of that went into the equation. i i just. I think that bryan decided to participate in the dock. And i thought he was. You was pivotal. Because a he so smart bryant gumbel for the audience gumbel gumbel. He's he's just so articulate about these things not just race but is so much sport in. He's not afraid. To call bullshit on stuff in any way shape or form so and i thought pete mcdaniel for us. You know terrific golfwriter. African american was another source of just we'll texture and context for us in ways that it's impossible. That's one of the things that you know brian. koppelman who's got this does billions. He's a terrific television producer. He's got a podcast. Called the moment i was on there jeff and he really kind of raked over the coals about how to white guys write a book about an iconic. Black athlete in our answer was wrong. You spent three years researching that person's life. I think he gives you the right to try in some way she performed. Put that person's life in context in whether black athlete white athlete panic athlete. You name it athlete. I saw a person i was trying to understand. And you're right golf. And i think that's a really interesting part of tigar's legacy is as much as he has tried through the tiger woods foundation and through his work with i t to spark a evolution a african american black golfers on the on the tour and in college in the end. It really hasn't been of great benefit. And i think the tiger woods foundation far more than golf has had a incredible impact on underprivileged children in los angeles and around around the country and other tiger woods foundation offices. But as far as i mean. I think right now. is you other than herald. Varna the third and a couple of the young black offers who have found their way onto select events. That's what you witnessing on the pga tour. It's still ninety. Nine point nine percent white and you know. I think that has a lot more to do with the economics of golf that it has to do with anything as far as you know is color is concerned because the opportunities just aren't there no matter what the pga tour is done. Tigers done and others have done. Only.

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"arman" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

02:38 min | 3 months ago

"arman" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"The top ones for you. Because i there's something else. I wanna ask you about ellen. I imagine. that's that was the only voice missing. And i wonder how close you got to talking to her. Because i can't imagine the suffering of that woman having to endure that in public. I didn't get that close. We made some inquiries and we were politely declined. I think when to be able to get the writer from people magazine that really the only story of significance about illinois which was the cover story of people was i. Think a significant moment in the dock that you know mommy's got a blue blue in her heart you know that you can't really see where the pain is. She's such a class act. She so smarr. All the people that i've talked to. That's really they. Don't talk about her beauty as much as they talk about brains in how smart she is and so when you take that into consideration you know what we have liked to have ulan yes. I completely understand her decision not to speak in in any way shape or form in public beyond what she did with people. Cringe-worthy i think for me that what we talked about. I mean that tabloid journalism side of it to me was. That was a look at a mere. That i that i was like. Wow this is where we are is a society. And i think now you have to remember. That was two thousand nine in two thousand ten were a decade more after that and we haven't had one of those you know while certainly not of the significance of tiger woods and i can only imagine in this day in age the fall from grace for an athlete what that will be like and I you know. I'm sure we're going to witness it because it's going to happen somewhere somehow. Some way but I think that to me was the one car that that really disturbed me. Because i was reliving it in a way and then the other one was billy payne at the masters and his. I think as we talked about just a completely inappropriate time in place lecture people about their own. It was just so hypocritical. I want to bring this up. Because i have a number of questions there for those who haven't seen the documentary. What arm and is talking about. There is basically the blowhard running an event known as the masters. And i want to talk to you about the race. Elements of this arm is a place that i would have liked to have seen go deeper even though you went plenty deep because what was happening around tiger to me was fascinating as a prism view the way.

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"arman" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

04:13 min | 3 months ago

"arman" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"Other than i was going to read this one book in that led me to bart mandel in led me out to arizona for the meadows and talking to the people that were there and i began to understand it as a form of pain. Relief and tiger must've ban and this is a pop psychologist here but to have sex with mindy lawton in the parking lot of church a perkins waitress that when you see her in the film and the first thing you think of this really i mean this is where you're headed and no disrespect to many but my god she's not even the same stratosphere as ellen and you have that at home and you're having sex in your garage or on the couch of your own home with this woman. What are you thinking. And i don't i mean the answer is you're not thinking your you have this. Overwhelming need to satisfy some form of addiction. Pain relief is has been told to me time and time again and that to me is like if you wanna point to something as a breaking point in tiger's life or a a moment where you're just going he's just run off the road. I mean you could point to that and then when you do that essentially in the national enquirers backyard. You're just asking for trouble. And that's what happened is once he got on their radar screen with many latin even though they were able to bury that story in the men's journal article that was written. Tell the people who haven't seen the story how that transaction works. That was amazing. I mean that was the first time i've been exposed to that whole phrase of catch and kill. I mean they had tiger dead to rights in the story. Is the story those they called up. The national enquirer called up mark steinberg an i. n. g. left a message is what is tiger woods relationship with mindy latin and hung up the phone. I can't imagine what the defcon for reaction on the other end was in that began a long negotiation between one of the entities that was under the banner of which national enquirer was under to have this cover story with tiger woods and his workout routine. When he was committed to at the at the time it was golf digest or goff one of the two major publications and it was an exclusive arrangement but that arrangement had to be rearranged so the mini lot story could be berry. That's one bullet that got dodged but the national enquirer now had him in their sights in it was only a matter of time and they were offering.

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"arman" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

03:24 min | 3 months ago

"arman" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"And i'd been in vegas during that period of time with the bottle service in in those high end nightclubs where you can spend three or four or five thousand dollars in the course of the evening and not even blink an eye. I saw what was available in then in talking to other people in the vegas community who intersected with tiger either in the clubs or other places at parties. There's no question that anything and everything that he wanted was at his his disposal and that was another thing that i've learned over the years is to not put myself or to try to moralize about somebody else's position in life. Because i under no circumstances can i understand what. It's like to be an athlete of tiger stature. I've seen celebrity. You know. I've experienced monaco that in of course of my lifetime but nothing that would be remotely close to. What a michael jordan charles barkley or a tiger woods lebron james or steph curry or people like that and so we were careful when she's not in me you know i'm just not in all but i just thought arm and i just thought it was the touch in the documentary shown by the glee with which the national enquirer reporter was just enjoying all the opposite of the things that you're talking about and it was unstated and you can make your own judgments and you can be discerning but without a word you guys put someone in front of us. Who represents the change of that entire mythological sports contract that michael jordan charles barkley will able to feed their every appetite without us ever reporting on tiger woods learned from them and then literally gets caught with his pants down. Because that's not an avenue we had ever studied before while you're not interested in doing some of this stuff helped me with this part of it armand as a pop psychologist who is done. The thorough reporting and is not judgmental and has studied sexual addiction. What is your best theory on. What's happening with sex in a parking lot with a perkins waitress given that you are tying it to the roots of how he grew up in the lack of freedom and the discipline in his family. Like how do we get from how he was raised to the sex addiction. That would make you have a random when you're tiger woods and you need random sex perkins parking lot with a waitress. That's a good question. I mean i'll tell you. just backup from microseconds. I think this is a. It's a bubble. You go to vegas in your protected. There's a reason that that michael jordan and charles barkley whatever they did there never came out. Because that's part of that vegas culture what what happens here stays here but when you're in your backyard in orlando there's a differ- construct in tiger was in paris. Hilton had a place down there where he would go at night indian vip room. I talked to fred. Kalian was the honor there about what was happening in tigers world. But you're right the end. It's like if you're driving a volkswagen down the highway a volkswagon bug and then all of a sudden you start to get into sports car and then you're in a portion you're in a lamborghini and then you're in a ferrari and then you're an in a formula one race car. That was the acceleration of tigers. Need for pain relief. And i didn't in the beginning. I didn't know anything about sex addiction..

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"arman" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

05:57 min | 3 months ago

"arman" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"And i mean that twenty hour rule is laughable. As far as i'm concerned with the ncaa because we knew that there were there. Were actually players on the team whose job it was to create the twenty hours that they could send into the ncaa every week in terms of that they were in compliance with that. I mean i think if memory serves me right there were like forty points. Something hours forty five hours a week that we counted up. And then when you relate that to how much academic time they were spending. It was like thirty two hours so to me. That was the one thing that just smacked me right across. The face was and i knew that you know we can all have that student athlete conversation but to really witness it and i remember this quarterback from arizona state. I asked him you know. How many weeks a year do you get off. Do you get away from the program. And he. he goes one two three four five five weeks a year. Forty seven weeks a year. You're involved in some form or fashion with a major college football program and so then now when we get into the whole name image and likeness debate. Should athletes be paid the whole amateur. Shamateurism that to me really struck me. And then and then i guess one just funny thing. I talked to a quarterback at a. You know really a big time. Power five program and i said you know. What's it like to be the starting quarterback at your school and there's a chapter in the book called big man on campus. And i mean if you want to know what it's like to live a life at eighteen nineteen twenty years old to have everything in anything at your feet any time. You want it the most beautiful women. If you need money you need a car need whatever. It's available to you. So i found that to be a fascinating part of the system. Because nobody talks about that. You know nobody really is going to go on. Talk show and sale got. It was great to be the quarterback xyz university and. I got everything in anything. I ever wanted there while the sexual elements. I thought you handled the tigers stuff with great grace. Because if you were out to get him i really.

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"arman" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

05:00 min | 3 months ago

"arman" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"And welcome to south beach sessions. I am dan lebatard. I want you to know that we tape this interview a couple of weeks ago. If you're listening to the radio show you know that we had armond katayan on. And i had a million questions and you're probably tired of hearing me talk about that tiger woods documentary on hbo. But i really was impressed at the work. They did over many years to really sort of show us. The roots of how a champion became a champion in a way that sports doesn't do and furthermore tiger woods has been in the public consciousness for twenty or thirty years and i don't feel like ever known him enough or had the context and noam enough as they did with his documentary so i wanted to talk to him some more but then tiger woods got into that horrible accident and we didn't want to release this at a time. That seemed opportunistic on the tiger woods news. And we also wanted this to have the proper context. This is me talking to a very good journalist. Who has done very good work about the life of tiger woods not trying to be salacious about the dirty stuff but just trying to understand how a champion became a champion and i thought beyond being spectacularly informed i thought he nuanced and thorough and fair about showing us a side of tiger woods. I hadn't seen and then allowing us to make the decisions and the judgments about how we felt about that. So here's armond. Katayan where the finest journalists i've known over thirty years in this business with an icon and the kind of information. I don't think you're going to be hearing in too many other places. Here's armin catan. If you've been listening to our radio show for a long time. You know that i admire the work of this man armond katayan. He's done a lot of good journalism over decades in this business going back to sports illustrated and beyond and i wanted to talk. Not just about the documentary that he did about tiger woods that i'm sure you are very tired of hearing me talk about but i came away really impressed that someone was able to go to the trough where everyone has gathered across many many years and they were able to give me a perspective that i had not seen before so i wanted to talk to arm and a little bit about his process and not just that movie that. I'm sure you're tired of me talking about but you can watch it for yourself on. Hbo hbo max a two part documentary. I wish it had been longer. I hope that at some point down the line arm and contained decides to tell the other parts of this story. Because we haven't gotten this kind of unvarnished. Look at tiger woods before and i just want to talk in general about one of the greatest athletes over covered by any measure and yet somehow not covered enough because i had never seen this glimpse before tiger so armand was on the radio show. We wanted to have him on to have a larger discussion about just tiger woods. In general one of the great athlete of our time. As we're looking at all these other guys like michael jordan in a nine part series and tom brady and derek jeter got one coming out as well. Because i believe this is the most flawed look the most human..

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"arman" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:18 min | 4 months ago

"arman" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"And i was like an nfl not super. Flattering knows gary. Gary you learn they'll learn okay. Don't explain the joke. I will not. I'm going to stop explaining that. You know no everyone gets mad at me. That is something that is a joke. Billy just made for nine p. Now that you explain. Gary wants to. Mike's point and then you don't explain gary again. It's the first time we've ever said his name. Brett gary billy not doing now. Gary is not even the important part of this story. The part that story is google king. Henry the eighth and see if it looks like chris cody. airy is part of the infrastructure here. I promised i wasn't going to do this anymore. But you guys always do this to me. They get it. That's all you have to say. You just can't pull a random. Gary billy now too much you got appease the people a little bit they want they want to know more they wanna see more. My stories are lingerie full nude. I'm gonna give you a little peek. Gary wonder about that so gronk roles in on We were calling that the ss td where we not where we not calling that. At one point the ship or the boat that gronk rolls into gronk tastic celebration. Where do we have mike. Let's empty the file on some gronk stuff just to celebrate. I know people are tired of talking about tom. Brady and we should probably move away from it. But i just like to empty the files sort of celebrating these two guys again. Gronk is the age of travis. Kelsey his body is made of bolts. It's a you know he is the greatest tight end we've ever seen. And somehow is the same age as travis kelsey because the game has just destroyed his body here at the end. He comes out of retirement. You saw arians quoted. Maybe sam farmer. An excellent report for the times gets all these stories all the time. He's been doing it for such a long time. He just goes over to areas and arians gives it up in terms of talking about everything that happened. There tom brady comes into their camp. Knows everyone on the roster knows everything. They've got an tells arians right there. I think i could get my train. Polar bear to come out of retirement as well and so they got oj howard and they got bright and they got all these weapons and they built just a wonderful huddled around him. He got a block and they're rewarded him with two hundred was saying was saying and you can't put it past them at this point that you don't actually know as we sit here after seeing tom brady drunk and flinging successfully the super bowl trophy across a bay drunk hammered before noon so great. You don't know for sure that he didn't just thank gronk in the super bowl to totti's too little studies just to thank him for blocking off fuck with the chiefs. I i'm gonna throw it eleven yards grandcamp drunk. I'm gonna get you a tutsi here at least one time coming on time. Thank you for the twelve back surgeries. Thank you every year. We throw you some fish and you go out there and get ninety catches and fourteen touch. Thank you for blocking for me. The entire caesar's a couple of super bowl tiny. It is like throwing him a couple of fish. I want you to imagine that he would. Train a polar bear or seal or something. I imagined that that's what he was doing with the super bowl trophy when he threw it to gronk here. Gronk was that gronk who caught it. Wasn't he thrown into gronk and a hole in an and of course that taxes and bright so good wide open. What do you have in the gronk file. There might be. I would love for you to just empty that file without any context without explaining any of it off. Believe we're still talking about these too. God damned guys. A belgian turns off the television right..

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"arman" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:50 min | 4 months ago

"arman" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"To. It's the most relatable tom brady's ever been in his entire career. Even social media post while amusing. Sometimes it come off as like a little old guy stiff. Everyone can relate at least if you were born and raised in south florida tobacco tat shades and be in three sheets by two o'clock in the afternoon at some point in their life. It's a youngest. He's ever looked maybe backwards. It's incredible and this guy has reversed age. It doesn't make any sense. He looks better healthier than he did. Thirty three. I can't. I can't believe i used to think he was handsome. Given how much is faces. Progress over the years because they do that where they show what his face was. And i could have sworn he was a handsome guy at the beginning and then by the end of it. I'm like man. He used to be that good. You all had the same reaction to that guy right when they did the facial growing up of tom brady and you're like wait a minute. He's got his face when he's young he's pale and it looks unhealthy. Twenty-three there what do you mean. He looks unhealthy air twenty years ago. Then he does now. It was baby fat He is definitely getting better as he gets older. Better looking and better as he gets older But i think the year in tampa and south florida with that son because he really looks good. This is the best he has ever looked very end the discussion. It's gonna play again. And i know who signs of slowing down already. The greatest thing we've ever seen in team sports he's replaced michael jordan. It's unbelievable i have a theory. I feel like everyone has a look. That at some point in time will be the most attractive look right. You just have to happen to have it when it's the most attractive. Look so like me. For example there could be a time or there was a time it was like. Wow this weird kind of like gangly kinda scrawny purse in with glasses and a hat. That is it like. That's the look. It just not now like now's not the time for that. Look so i'm not benefiting. From iliad they feel like. There's a time they chris like chris. If you're alive and like the seventeen hundreds like you would be like holy crap like this power. This is sexy. Look at chris. He could be a king. Yeah i would crush seventeen hundred s you would be so great in the seventeen hundreds. You'll be better than any of us. Unfortunately you'd be the fat guy in the forest with an arrow through his head because you couldn't lead anything you'd be like the twenty seven th in charge just sort of ofi running around. You wouldn't be in charge of anything. You just be part of a really ofi tribe of pillagers. We actually had a meeting the other day just to take you guys behind the scenes little bit. Were gary said to chris. Chris hewlett like king. Henry the eighth and i don't mean that as an insult google and i was like an nfl not super. Flattering knows gary..

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"arman" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

06:42 min | 4 months ago

"arman" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Radio for me. I was so disappointed yesterday in my reaction. My own reaction to everything. That was happening with tom brady because i i really enjoyed that. We finally saw that robot. Be human for just a moment look. He doesn't have his legs. he's drunk. He was day drinking good for him. But it's also the most human shit you've ever seen from that robot you've known him for years made of wires and you saw wait a minute. He gets drunk. It's probably because he's only eating a strawberry since you know the super bowl and it's he doesn't eat strawberries right. He never tasted. Strawberry is it. Isn't it something like that. Definitely tasted the avocado tequila. Easy as he made mention okay so my reaction was as seeing him drunk. My immediate reaction was sort of old person. Wait a minute. He didn't drive the boat in that condition because he showed up at the parade in that condition but then when he threw the trophy. I'm like oh my god he's hammered. You can't be hammered and throw the throw the trophy into the sea because that could have been a really funny clip that i'm guessing he would have regretted if it ended up in the water. Now i don't think there's any bad solution there either way it lives forever death taxes cameron break always there for my reaction though was to absolutely in all of that not judge him and this is where he wins again to judge myself as you old person in an equation that involves tom brady the oldest player ever in a super bowl having fun in his forties. The guy from miami. Who's all about the day drink. Who is all about. Celebrate in the morning on a tuesday just because you live in miami and everyone else has to go to work. I looked at myself in a mirror. And this is where tom brady. Wins forever and wins again yesterday morning. He is celebrating his seventh championship. The sportswriter the gas bag. Who liked max. Kellerman dared doubt that he would be someone who would overcome every single odd as a six rounder to get to seven goddamn championships while he's celebrating drunken happy. I'm staring in the mirror. Not drunk kind of drunk and unhappy with myself. Because i'm the old media guy shaking a fist at the behavior of a guy. Who's earned behaving that way. I love him walking out of that gate. I love the fake. I love him trying to like give off. I'm not hammered like the media. There's taking pictures of him and he just gives a wave to the crowd kind like now. Everything's fine here. I'm not hammered. This is just normal. I have a declaration. Took seven super bowls. But i am officially at tom. Brady guy now may to that guy's good. He's good he's a good footballer and he's a good guy. Wow okay clearly. Skin care that. I i went to tb twelve dot com last night. The red hat to the side right. Everything else read had was to the side. Okay this was before we all kind of knew was like a serious thing with donald trump. Okay i think we might be a little too hard on tom brady. They're considering the fact that he won another super bowl. Mike unreal any gets drunk to. This is a side of tom. Brady i did not know existed. He's even better looking. He wants to lead an insurrection against america. I'd be okay with it. That's what he wants to throws trophies at the capitol because he's throwing seven of them and mitt. Romney has to run out of the building. Scared right so. I think part of the problem is tom. Brady hasn't publicly come out and said anything about it. Because he doesn't want to add fuel to that fire if you wanted to extend the benefit of the doubt you're kind of desperately hoping he comes out on the record and says hey all that bullshit was bad. Just say oh trump bad. That's not me. He hasn't said that publicly. So you can hold that against him. One thing that. I would think that might be coming from tom. Brady at some point because it seems like he is a really good team. It seems like guys love playing with mike evans is now saying he'll take a pay. Cut bruce arians. As saying mike evans is a rare superstar. That will take a pay cut to stay there. Mike evans is who we're talking about. Which is not the guy you think of as pay cut. Also not the guy. I think of a superstar even though he's a very good receiver. He wasn't very good with tom. Brady he was just an amazing weapon for them to have but he wasn't it didn't feel like he was their number one receiver all season when baltimore twice is holding him no catches for two yard. He felt like a bigger superstar when jameis winston was quarterback. But when tom brady comes to your team you're no longer the team superstore. That's it he then. It became a team. Tight ends Running backs safe safe and really their number. One receiver was godwin all season right. I mean we can. We can agree. It wasn't it. Might have been mike evans in name but i think statistically or the guy who feared or the guy most likely to do anything on that team which is to say. Tom brady found his voice on facebook. Doing a documentary with deepak. Chopra's kid where he was really revealing into his life in a way that would make things that gotham chopra as legal name. Yeah that's i don't. I don't recognize his first name. Mike evans came on toys. Latter part of the year ended up having one thousand yard season. And do you think of him as their number one okay. Yeah probably godwin's great though. It's emmer cameron bright. And so you're in or gronk who they. They scored totti's yesterday on sundays. I love that conversation to totti's dadis body. Those who don't know wrong to and brady were miked up. When they were on the sideline and of course grunk and brady described it as to tu-tuesdays that gronk god so put it on the pole. Guillermo at lebatardshow. Are you surprised in any way that gronkowski refers to touchdowns as studies. That's just brady simplifying. The language for gronk gronk might not know touchdown so totti's that's just brady shortening it up. I don't feel like. I don't feel you. Tell me if i'm wrong. That brady talks that way to anyone else. That's his special trained polar bear language. The same way you'd throw them throw them a piece of fish if he did something successfully. Yeah hey hey. Gronk totti's drunk to totti's you and mean totti's so you're saying if it was camera braid it would have been like a two touchdowns go break death. Taxes and breakthrough touchdown for big ben. Bray probably just says show me your tattoo and just laughs and scores. It sounds so similar another word. That is my actually. Actually that might be with grown motorboat.

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Janet Lansbury's Daughters Weigh In on Respectful Parenting

Janet Lansbury Podcast

04:15 min | 5 months ago

Janet Lansbury's Daughters Weigh In on Respectful Parenting

"That hera charlotte madeline hi. I'm charlotte i'm twenty eight years old. I'm madeline and i'm twenty four years old. We have a younger brother but he couldn't be here today. Arman gave us some questions that people ask on facebook will get to some of them and use that as sort of a guide to our conversation but overall we will be discussing. Our experiences being raised by. Ri- parents i guess here. We go when if ever did you become aware of differences between the way you were parented compared to your friends or peers. Did you have any thoughts on these differences at the time. What's something you noticed. Your parents did differently than others. That you're thankful for or didn't mike. While i think definitely was aware in a school setting as far as being able to choose activities that we wanted to do. We were never made to do anything. I i think. That's pretty fundamental to the philosophy but we were never made take piano lesson. Everything was totally organically. Had to be our idea and we did take piano and sometimes our ideal was to take piano lessons and it would be for three weeks and then we'd be over it. Read enough to take them anymore. I think actually maybe there was a moment of try to persevere a little bit but for the most part we were allowed to do whatever hobbies we wanted to. And so i think madeline was interested in mad science to dig mount zion. Yeah i feel like. We got to explore a lot of different interests which helped us gain a ton of new experiences. Even if none of those ended up carrying. I still now. If i'm doing the crossword. I know some of the music answers because i took music either in school and a little bit out of school and i learned certain things that add to my knowledge of the world but at the time i was like i don't wanna do this anymore and i just sort of through that way but i still gain stuff from it and at my own pace. Yeah i have friends. Now who say pretty confidently that looking back. They wish that their parents would have forced them to do the violin or some sport because now they would be really good at it. I strongly feel totally the opposite. It's much more important to me than my parents raised me. In a way that fostered the sense of we trust you to choose your activities and pursue the day to day basis. Yeah passion of the day. Well yeah yeah. I feel like i'm one of those people who says that sometimes kind of jokingly but like if i actually think back in valuate do i wish that i magically had some skill. Yeah but that totally discounts. All of the time. That i would have had to spend doing something i didn't wanna do instead of being able to explore stuff that i did want to do But something that we've talked about recently. Is that when you're a kid. You don't really know how other kids are parented. You know you can go to a kids house and they have different foods. They have different toys and stuff like that. But you don't see the differences in the parenting until you're older and you can talk to them about like. Oh what were your parents like when you were younger. Whatever is in your household you consider normal for a long time. I mean i don't know that much about how the brain develops but there's got to be a critical period for like when you start comparing yourself to others. It seems like middle school. I remember in middle school. All of a sudden everything was like. I was self conscious in a bunch of different ways that i wasn't before then including like what was at my house and what other tatton stuff but that point which is arguably the more important part in terms of the philosophy that our parents us before that point. It's not something that you notice every day. You don't see other kids with their parents enough to understand what's going on in their household and you don't care if you go for a play date you think of it more as like oh catherine's brand is to have a bunch of cheese it s- there or they always have this particular game but like you don't feel that you're less than because you don't have that in your own house. Yeah so. I don't think you have to worry about your kids comparing themselves to other people in like preschool. Like no no child. Is that aware

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VCs are leaving trillions on the table by bypassing diverse leaders, study says

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

03:02 min | 1 year ago

VCs are leaving trillions on the table by bypassing diverse leaders, study says

"It when we first aired this story earlier this year. I said. Stop me if you've heard this before but actually you gotta to hear this if you missed it. Ninety one percent of venture capital investment goes to men almost eighty percent of those men are white probably because ninety percent of venture capitalists Armen mostly white but new data shows that. BBC's are leaving a lot of money on the table by only investing in people. Who Look like them? Morgan Stanley put out new information. Just this week. That says venture capital as an industry could be missing out on as much as four trillion dollars in value by not investing in more diverse founders yup trillion Carla Harris is vice chairman of global wealth management at Morgan Stanley. She told me earlier this year. The numbers are getting hard it to ignore. I think in the last few years there's been a lot of data that has been released that talks about the value of companies that have more women internally eh or the performance of women lead founders or the successes multicultural entrepreneurs so now I think there's far more data data out there. That is supportive of the argument. That in fact there is something to miss but I think when things have been bumping along you know in fine form form and there was nothing to counter that argument that was not necessarily a motivation on instigation. To change it especially when you're driven by returns I want to move the money chain when you put out a report like this from Morgan Stanley. Are you speaking not just a venture capitalist but also to their investors the limited partners who arguably they are the ones who are holding the purse strings. We hope so molly as part of what we're trying to do is to say not only are you. B C's missing it but perhaps happen if you're missing it you may be leaving money on the table for your limited partners and I wonder do you think that's where the ultimately the change has to come from like if LP's appease all suddenly introduced diversity writers if every pension fund that was going to put some money in venture capital said. Hey my pensioners want you to do the best you possibly can in that means investing. Broadly is that what it's going to take. Well I'll tell you I think that would be powerful. There's no question that limited partners have power in this. Let's see question to also move the needle with the distribution of capital two women and multicultural entrepreneurs no question and you absolutely started to see. There's some of that in the private equity industry where LP's like calpers and Kosters certainly did make a difference though. I think the same could apply here. That's very every reasonable right. The survey says that women earn seventy eight cents per dollar invested. Men only earned thirty one cents. That should be enough evidence right. We should suddenly. I'm sure that in the next next year we will see a flood of new investment when multicultural founders right. Well I won't

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Louis C. K., Melinda Hill and New York discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

00:13 sec | 3 years ago

Louis C. K., Melinda Hill and New York discussed on All Things Considered

"And I'm Ari Shapiro disgraced comedian Louis c. k. made a surprise appearance, at a comedy club in New York on, Sunday night he'd been a powerhouse in the comedy world until last November when the New York Times reported on allegations of sexual. Misconduct

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"arman" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

The Tim McKernan Show

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"arman" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

"And state farm insurance three one four nine six one forty eight hundred that's three one four nine six one forty one hundred or go online at carlton insurance dot net to make the switch it's easy they do all the work for you just takes one phone call three one four nine six one forty eight hundred or you can apply online at carlton insurance dot net people visible james because they like them and they trust them to check them out on google and facebook and you will understand why when you see the reviews praising them they offer coverages that are second to none and it's all at james carlton state farm insurance agencies carlton insurance dot net three one four nine six one forty eight hundred i've gotten to know james respect emigrate deal no he knows his business like nobody else three four nine six one forty eight hundred or go online at carlton insurance dot net you keep using the word journalism and that's the word that i think of when i read the back story on how you and jeff benedict put this entire project together and then as i read it struck me like i said is like a long form piece that happened to be a book it was it was absolute journalism i it's like synonymous with the word journalism so i'm curious arman as you made reference to having worked at sixty minutes having done what you've done in your career what are your thoughts if you can in a way separate yourself from having done it and having been in the trenches and being in the trenches in the state of sports journalism and perhaps journalism is a hole in two thousand eighteen versus whether you want to site two thousand eight nine hundred ninety eight nineteen eightyeight boy.

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"arman" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

The Tim McKernan Show

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"arman" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

"It's just so well done and so we talk about the book details in the book with arman and then also the state of sports journalism which gets him all fired up our guest this week on the tim mckernan show and contain from the homeowner expert that counts tudios so arman i have been reading this book and last night my wife said to me you seem so fascinated by this book and i said i'm telling you this has been such a incr such an incredible read but it's because of the detail that you and jeff benedict went to in finding out as much as possible about one of the most prominent athletes of our time that makes it so rewarding because there are the stories that many of us are familiar with but you go to sources to get details that we hadn't heard would that be an accurate portrayal in your opinion of the work that you guys bent on yeah tim that was sort of our marching orders was you know you tiger has been in plain sight for the better part of four decades and he's been a child star since the age of two and you know most of us have a certain age have watched him grow up through the amateur ranks and take over and and and really change the pga tour and then you know the dramatic rise followed by the equally epic fall from grace so you think you know the story and to a certain level you do but you know the devil's in the details and what jeff and i tried to do was to take the architecture of his life and then really break it down sometimes almost you know week by week and and person by person that he was engaged with during certain periods of his life and you know that only comes from a couple of things thirty years of experience.

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Kanye West under fire after saying slavery was a choice

Curtis & Eboni

02:33 min | 3 years ago

Kanye West under fire after saying slavery was a choice

"Four eight nine two two two now in the midst of all the new news is the tmz because of course kanye west sits down with harvey levin the main host there and some of the other guys from tmz and you knew that something else was gonna come out the whole issue of slavery basically saying that slavery that blacks have been enslaved for four hundred years and it's by choice and now curtis that's really rising the ire of ever let's go see the problem was he normally this should be a shutdown would have been on pbs with the perv charlie rose but because charlie rose and have a program anymore what do you do if you're part of the millennial hipster generation you sit with harvey levin arman a lawyer and the tmc crew and all of a sudden he had these he's sort of stream of consciousness about slavery that poured from kanye west slips when you hear about slavery for four hundred years for four hundred years that's not like a choice like he was there for four hundred years and it's all y'all you know like it's like we're we're mentally imprison i like to wear prison because slavery those two to direct to the idea of blacks is like slavery holocaust holocaust jews slavery is blacks so prison is something that unites us is one race blacks and whites being one race we're one with the human race is he on drudge that was weird can you translate that to me that was the weirdest comment i've we're going to address both of those issues you brought up first off can we replay that 'cause i am trying to do a translation as we speak could you that is so convoluted when you hear about slavery for four hundred years for four hundred years that sound like a choice like he was there for four hundred years and it's all of y'all you know like it's like we're we're mentally imprison i'd like to wear prison because slavery goes to to direct to the idea of blacks is like slavery holocaust holocaust slavery is blacks so prison is something that unites us is one race blacks and whites being one race that we're one with the human race whole mike the most confusing now but out all the republicans and conservatives who have just embrace that remark well and everybody's running for the.

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"arman" Discussed on Defensive Security Podcast

Defensive Security Podcast

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"arman" Discussed on Defensive Security Podcast

"Certain requirements in there and certain limitations in so you know if you if you burn your house down intentionally while you're company's probably not going to pay you and in some cases if you leave your car unlocked and things get stolen out of it they may not cover the contents that were stolen in so on and so forth and so the point here is that you really when you purchase is a is an organization when you purchase cyber security insurance you really need to clearly understand the those kinds of limitations and restrictions that are set out in the policy and then imbed those those those concepts into your management system for your three hundred people united department you know you're seventy people in your screen of arman are gonna have to know this stuff so what you're going to have to build is another compliance department that oversees those departments to make sure that you're not validating your insurance yes that's right another audit another audit team absolutely it's going to get cyber insurance audit team so the the article points are pokes at different different things that may cause problems for instance your your insurance policy may cover data breaches but those those data breaches may only be covered if they're on infrastructure that you own in your inside your data center and if some enterprising employee decides that they're going to move their data to and unsecured us three bucket you know that that may not actually be covered because it's a in the cloud and be was kind of a gross oversight now.

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"arman" Discussed on Critical Role

Critical Role

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"arman" Discussed on Critical Role

"You could move over this way gal got i've got cover from the tree from this one and until he moves liking kinda see this guy grit it is bad news time arman shot all right so our myth bucaram bad news uses one of your tax second of tax payers as you already to fire go ahead and shoot our right they're pretty big so i'm gonna take the negative five to my tacked on us and so does it's as twenty one twenty little bit so that sixteen plus took a shot all yeah so that's a seventeen twenty seven thirty three points amateur three points have been off so as you here in and you hear this this this loud ringing explosion knekna echoes through this this this small value to base mounted ten for the corner your eyes for some you've seen this weapon do as one to see a splash of light a plume of smoke goes up and you see this team can possibly fast blast of some projectile go sledding into the shoulder of the genome because her for rocket pushes them back against the wall which breads and falling over two catches himself looks back and you can see there's a small crater in the armor were a little of blood begins to pour out a little slow his be pointed impact a girl gives a really angry i can see like spittle that speeds the can a shake loose in spray from his mouth out of frustration.

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