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Gini Dietrich talks PESO and Spin Sucks

Marketing Over Coffee

06:05 min | 10 months ago

Gini Dietrich talks PESO and Spin Sucks

"Good Morning Welcome to marketing over coffee. I'm John Wall Today. We're GONNA be talking about PR marketing measuring everything. The peso model and the person behind peso is ginny dietrich. She's the founder and CEO of Spin Sucks and hosted. The sprint sucks podcast. She's run grown an agency over the past fourteen years and also co author of marketing in the Round Ginny. Dietrich thanks for joining us today. I wish people could see you because your hands are like I do. Oh that's a whole new thing to we're doing squad. Cast is a new tool that I've tried and we were on caster forever and then caster is like good most of the time. The thing squad cat has been a little bit better like the sounds a little bit better. But it's also been wonky. I'd had one or two fail so the backup recorder the bet. Yes we live and die by the backup and people are like to teach the batteries on the yes. We need to change the batteries. Let's start though for people who don't know you. I. It's funny too. I was thinking I was like. Why hasn't she been on so much earlier? Funny you're like. Would you like to be gassed? And it was like cheese John. I thought you'd never ask. I mean it's only been like fifteen years Bamut it's been for at least came up with the reason. I figured out what the deal was. So much of what you do is groundbreaking and cutting edge stuff in measurement and stats and we have a guy who's I will tell the story really quickly. I was on a conference call yesterday with web in. Its but they told me that they are data scientists like Oh really. We'll tell me more. I started to ask questions so then I said we'll do you know Christopher Penn and they're like no no who that is. I'll just you that we're done. We're out here. No data scientists. Y'All know Christopher pen was going with that we gotta get back on measurement arm. Okay so tell us about what you do for sprint. Sucks though you have a picture. What's your what's your your pitch. Oh okay so it's been sucks. You know it started as a blog in two thousand six in. It was a complete and utter disaster. And Truth be told. I have zero idea why we kept going because for the first three years it was a whole but I think there wasn't anything to compare it to an so we just kept going and it literally took three years before we started to go. Well I get how this digital marketing thing works in how blogging fits into it and so from there. It became a book. I did a ton of speaking in marketing. The book traveling the world and Blah Blah Blah Blah. And then. I had a small one and decided I needed to stay home at not needed to wanted to. So we looked at how we could take the things that we teach at a theoretical level on spin sucks and dignity into a practical level and do that professional development so today we had this been six academy which does online courses coaching. And so you you've been able to transition from agency running this for everybody to giving people the you know the teaching a man how to fish kind of thing. Yeah A. N. we've really gone from the agency. Side Does B. Two B. Manufacturing communication since we've gone from that and we still do that but more into teaching communicators that just the theory that the practice. Okay and then the cornerstone of this. Well I say it's the cornerstone but you could tell me otherwise there but peso the whole idea behind being the measure. What's going on and kind of your pr? And you're all the way across all your digital marketing tells more about that based on model is this is sort of like the blog like it just came out of something and became something that. I didn't anticipate it was the process that we used internally at the agency and we were using paid earned. Sheridan owned media. But we were calling it that we were certainly doing content in social end some search engine marketing and of course media relations reputation in thought leadership and all that kind of stuff and we had a process but we named it and so when. I wrote the book. The publisher said to me He. Can you put a name to this and create a diagram so we sat in a conference room when we just started putting things up on the whiteboard to see what we could come up with and we went back and forth because we we believe that you should start with content with owned media and go to earned or shared and then paid and so you know but that acronym work all ESPN OS EP? It just didn't work and finally were like wait a works so one of the arguments get from communicators as we never start with paid media and I agree. We don't so you don't have to start paid media because of the acronym is in that order but what that's what we did so I named the peso model at that time the ACO model existed. You know people were talking about insured on but they hadn't added that the pay pieces especially in our industry and then I had a designer design a graphic and it just went. I mean took off if I had realized that it was going to do that. I would've put some more strategic into it but I didn't I mean it was literally because my publisher said. Can you put a name to this? End Critic right right and bundled up. That's the thing that everybody misses. I mean is that it's so easy to create these models and and do all this analysis but if you can't bundle it up into something easy to remember you know it's your. It's it's only going to be adopted by the people that exercise and eat right. They're the only ones that have the discipline to like. Dig It all this whereas you can throw peso at anybody and they now. Suddenly you've unlocked their world for them. Yeah and the end. They use it as a planning tool. They use it as a measurement tool they use it. You know it presentations. They use it with clients to say. Hey listen we can use this model to demonstrate results and it's it has changed the world for PR industry for Short

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Marne Levine From D.C. to Silicon Valley

The Strategerist

12:53 min | 1 year ago

Marne Levine From D.C. to Silicon Valley

"Of our favorite things to do on this podcast pick the brain of people whose careers have really taken some unique turns and who tackled big jobs which brings us is to mark. Levin who is currently the vice president of Global Partnerships Business and corporate development at facebook previously serving as chief operating officer at Instagram and before that was in the Obama administration straight as chief of staff of the National Economic Council and Special Assistant to the president for economic policy. We can keep going back but we only have so much time Marnie. Thank you so much for doing this. Well thank you for having me. Those titles are mouthfuls. I started. I took some notes on paper. I've got just lines that that make sure I get those right but took an entire sheet. Almost it's great to be here in the Great State of Texas or we're glad you're here visiting from the Great Silicon Valley which will cover here a little bit but your career began in the great city the city of Washington DC at the Treasury Department. So how did you get started in policy in government actually think my career began in Cleveland Ohio. Which is where I was raised raised growing up I was always really interested in politics and policy and then my senior year of high school I got a job working for it was an internship working for the county commissioner. This woman named Mary Boyle who is a real fireball and that's it's really where I learned about. The role that government could play in people's lives and I was hooked immediately and my job there was to new research different proposals and to help work on casework and provide access to different kinds of get that people access to different kinds of social services that they needed which was great they also had me working on a solid Waste Management Plan. I got really into that as does so much so that I was nicknamed. Trash Queen Levin those a fortunate said of rhyming right exactly so that was the that was I think the kickoff to the career that sort of where I got the so-called bug for politics and policy and so oh then after college I moved to Washington. DC AND I ended up getting a job at the Treasury Department. This was before the Internet so so I didn't really fully understand or appreciate what the Treasury Department did but I knew that I wanted to have an impact on people's lives lives and I thought that you know government was the best road to be able to do that and that policy was kind of the best vehicle Kohl for doing that and so working at the Treasury Department where we could work on low cost basic banking accounts financial privacy things like that. I thought we could help help improve people's lives and was a great start in Holly. You spent a long career. Government is well I did I did yes thank you for pointing uh-huh and so did Hollywood you kind of have a similar experience to that in your desires yeah and you know I had a little bit of a similar experience. It was slightly later later for me where I really had not been exposed to politics. Policy is a kid that significantly other than what you just read in the news and and and learn in school and then when I was in college I interned in Congress and that kind of bug is what really turned me on to and got me into policy work as well yeah and you were you legislative affairs right I did I did policy work and then I ended up doing legislative affairs at the end because I had worked in Congress so once she working Congress they figure you know how to how to deal with members of Congress. At the Treasury Department. I started in the chief of staff office but then I would see people running up and down the hallway all day running back and forth back and forth back and forth and I would hear the click clack of heels on the on the marble floor and I thought what are they all doing and then I realized that it was negotiations with Congress and so I thought that's where I wanna be like that's where the action is working on working from the Treasury Department with people in Congress on different kinds of legislation and so that's eventually where I moved to yeah yeah it was fun because I had worked on Congress and worked on legislation that I then had to go into the administration and implement seeing both sides of in writing it and then implementing it was really interesting and not a lot of people I think have that experience of actually writing it and then having to go put it in action and figuring out what we did well and what you didn't do so well when you wrote a piece of legislation different skills knowledge and a different level of detail yeah yeah so then in two thousand eight after you're spending some time in the Treasury Department he joined the Obama Transition Team from the Bush administration Bamut Ministration and wrote about the the kind of exciting being difficult decision to take a position that really was going to suck away a lot of your time. How did you balance that in your life. Well I had worked in the Clinton administration in and I was in my twenties then and I knew how all consuming it was so I was in a very different place in my life. When Obama was elected I was married worried. I had a three year old child and then I had I had just had a baby and so I was really interested in serving and and I was very grateful to even be given being given the opportunity to serve and I wanted to play some small role in helping to address the great recession and the financial crisis that was going on so I had a conversation with my husband. He said we'll make it work work and I thought I was but what happened was pretty interesting for me. One morning I had to go into the White House late because I had to take my then three year old son to the doctors and we were driving home from the doctor's appointment and he and he said where are you taking me and and I said well. I'm going to drop you at school. You're okay and then I'm going to go to work and he said. Did you know that Matthew's mother drops him at school every morning and I said well. I don't know that Matthew's mother does that every morning but I try to take you when I can now there was at the White House. There's the seven thirty. AM senior senior staff meeting and then there's the eight fifteen am meeting which is the extended senior staff and that was the meeting. I was supposed to go to but that conflicted with taking my son to school unless I took them really early in the morning and so Monday morning rolls around after we'd had this conversation and he marches into our bathroom threw him and he says he says to me and my husband so who's taking me to school today looking straight at me no pressure and I said well. Daddy's GonNa take you to school school and he said do you remember our conference on Friday when I told you that. Matthew's mother takes him to school every morning and I I said I do remember. That husband looked at me and he said well what are you gonNA do. I said you know I think I'm going to need to take him to school in the morning. So it's interesting who your teachers are in life and in this case it was and what he was saying is. I need you in the morning and not in the evenings. which is what? I thought I he needed me dinner any we needed me for bedtime but he really wanted me first thing in the morning and so I march into work that day and I told one of my colleagues that he would would be attending the meeting he was thrilled and I started taking my son to school and when I think what I learned through all of that is I could make it work but but this was much more about quality over quantity of time together and that I really needed to listen to the feedback that my kids and my husband we're giving me about what they needed. Specifically and once I was dialed into that I was able to kind of make it all work I got into the White House. I would get there every morning at about nine fifteen in the morning which is late for ready late but the world's still turned into L. worked out Yup so Marnie after your timing government then went out to Silicon Valley and I'm curious how you found that transition. There are two very different worlds. They're different and and then there are also similarities so let's start with some of the differences. The obvious ones were the dress code I went from suits to hoodies and that was a real transient wearing jeans to work in that was that was definitely but I've now adjusted and I would say there was a difference in language to in in the government we would always say I'm going to write a memo advice. Good memo oh right away and it facebook. There would be something that would look like a memo but we would call it. A plan and there was in Washington. There was a lot of talk about fail failure legislation that had failed or didn't pass and in Silicon Valley. There was lots of discussion about pivoting okay right so there we're differences there were there are lots of differences in that regard and I would say the glaring difference was that in Washington there is a love of paper and big binders full of paper and in Silicon Valley. There's not a lot of paper around I personally brought my love of paper with me to use Silicon Valley and get teased mercilessly for it but I I would say that the similarities are as follows there are I feel like in government is a collection of best and brightest and it is a collection of people who are very mission focused and focused on doing good in the world and bringing about change and I think that in Silicon Valley there's a lot of that as well a collection of really smart people who are mission driven ribbon and trying to do good in the world affect people's lives and positive ways. I think the things that I brought with me from Washington war for you know being able to peer around corners and identify risks. That's a skill that one develops in Washington and also when you're trying to get something being done in a vast government is that you need to have process and you need to bring all stakeholders to the table and have conversations and be able to synthesize emphasized that to come up with the best policy recommendations in Silicon Valley things move pretty quickly and in scaling organizations what you WanNa do is apply just enough process so that you can get the best of thought from everybody but not so much process that you really slow everything down and I think I brought some of those skills from Washington continue to facebook when I started there in two thousand ten you obviously very senior woman in silicon in valley and you and your friend and colleague Sheryl Sandberg have really been a promoter of women in the C. Suite Talk to me about that issue and why you're you're passionate about it and what you encourage other women to do and how how to how to think about their roles well I think for me. It's all about connection community among women from the earliest days. I've always really enjoyed getting together with women and I just I've I draw strength from that and I've seen what happens with other women when they are connected. When I was in business school early on there there was a woman in my section we all didn't really know each other very well and she had just gotten engaged in so I suggested hey why don't we all get together and come over to my apartment and will toast Christine but at the same time you know we'll get together and talk about things and get to know each other and what was so interesting we made up at that the point I think less than twenty percent of the of the class of our group and when we when we came into the classroom the next morning there were a a lot more women who were speaking up a lot more women who were building off of each other's comments and they felt more confident as though I think that was one of the Times where I really saw or how that connection and feeling of community could be empowering for other people and then things like my book club where we actually would read the book and discuss it would also became kind of my leaning circle that Cheryl started the lean in circles and that's really about relying on one another connecting acting sharing and helping each other make important decisions in in one's

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"bamut" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"bamut" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"It's a training and development organization. Masquerading a hamburger joint. They have what they call hamburger university. And they've been training professionals in developing people, and that's how you build championship teams. You know, Bill Bamut second New England Patriots. You know, they have one of the lowest payrolls in the NFL. Yup. Tom Brady was a six round pick people on the team, but didn't even play college football create a cross rugby and they're winning. Camping with them why. Because of training and development, I have four final questions for you. I want to respect your time sorting to come in hot this first one is an audio clip from brother TD Jakes, my pastor that listened to pretty much every morning while I'm getting ready for work or drive into work. I'm gonna play this audio clip. And I love to get your take on what he means by this. Okay. So here we go. Folks visas who is exceptional is having a conversation with ordinary and exceptional an ordinary always have a conflict anytime exceptional people dwell in the midst of ordinary people always be conflict exceptional people dealing with mediocrity conflict. I'd love to get your take on that. Agree. I don't get along with average people. Right. 'cause average people are full of excuses. Average people are not accountable. You know, the smartest thing I ever did to be honest with you Claes when I when I retired from pro basketball, my wife, and I started joining country clubs for business reasons why because these were the NBA players business. These were people who didn't want to be average spurred. He's entrepreneurs and business owners and business leaders that Sela shit was so powerful so rich because they went forward they went for that goal. They want for their dreams. They didn't play it safe. Right. They wanted to live American dream, and when I got to the country club, I fit I don't have any experience and have any work background with the mindset that got into sports with the same mindset. I found the country club with business people and now live in a country club with nine billionaires the founder of Home.

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"bamut" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

08:24 min | 2 years ago

"bamut" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Been plagued with a Senator by the name of Bamut. Bob Menendez who escaped by the skin of his teeth federal sentence. And it seems to me the FBI is always trying to chase this guy down Menendez. At a minimum. He's a hugely unethical individual who's always skating on the edge. And he's up against Bob Hubin, who's a businessman and unethical man is running as a Republican and actually as a shot at defeating Menendez. If you folks turn out and vote on Tuesday, Bob Hubin, how are you, sir? I'm doing great Mark great to be with you. Well, tell us why the people in New Jersey who haven't voted but will vote on Tuesday. Why many of them who are Democrats should vote for you, many of whom are independent chevaux few? And why the Republicans Chaba, well, you know, Mark New Jersey deserves a better. Here's a guy who's been in Washington for twenty five years sixteen years with a democratic president and we're dead last. We get the lease back from Washington any state, and and he just embarrassment. You think about it's hard to get bipartisan things done in Washington. But he did it with the Senate ethics committee, Democrats and Republicans. Federal abused the power of his office. Disgraced the Senate foreign rings, New Jersey, a lesson going to Marine Corps. I came back twenty seven years ago raised my family here. Both my sons are in the Marine Corps. My daughter works at your body yogurt in Manhattan. We have a great family were proud of New Jersey. It's time to do better for New Jersey. Restore honor and dignity integrity. The office. New Jersey's taxes, whether it's property taxes income taxes sales taxes, they're always like the highest in the country are close to being the highest in the country. I have family that lives in New Jersey. We spent a lot of time in New Jersey being from Philadelphia and so forth. The people in New Jersey are great people. Why did they get politicians like this? I have to tell you Mark. You're starting to find one of the reasons why our campaign is resonating because I've got over five hundred campaign events been everywhere in this state and the people realize oh my God. Somebody's listening to us. We actually can possibly do better. And maybe there's some hope and light at the end of the tunnel. On affordability of the jersey is tearing families apart seniors are leaving. We already have the fastest rate of out migration of eighteen to thirty four year olds I jersey, this is a sort of the last inflection points that maybe we can turn this around. Otherwise, we're headed to implosion. We've got a the people the jersey side is saying oh my God. Here's a jersey guy. Who got finally put us first? Let's let's we gotta make it happen. So there will mention this just so palpable and the two. Gonna be a great day. We'll tell us how it looks on the ground there in New Jersey. You know, we stopped polling. I think yesterday the day before because we set are playing in the last five or six days, we cut another couple of new commercials. People know who I am. And who he is a contrast and the tone on the in the field is spectacular. Just I'm in Jacksonville jersey. Dow with a great group of people just going to get out the vote kickoff in a few minutes after we're off the phone. I just said mom if I was in so many places across the state all day long, people really have the feeling of excitement our latest poll. The last poll we did was we were up to and that's an estate where you'll you have nine hundred twenty five thousand more registered Democrats, Republicans this election. I probably only need one point two million votes to win. That's how set up the guy embarrassed the are how much he's failed. The people jersey people are just really excited about an hopeful for change. Now, do you ever early vote? New jersey. We have we have accelerated the foot by mail program. It's not early voting. But you don't have to have a reason you can just requests vote by mail. So we're going to have I think upwards of twenty percent that will vote early on vote by mail. It's moving in that direction, but it just vote by by mail now. And we for the first time at a longtime Mark we're going to have a challenger in every precinct six thousand something precincts New Jersey because we're gonna make sure this is a fair election. And the people's will is spoken because Tom Kaine senior. I want my first election by seventeen hundred votes. You gotta make sure that everything's done right here. So every vote is counted fairly. What about that? He think every vote will be counted fairly. Well, you know, we had to sue Middlesex County because they didn't want to hear by the democratic attorney general's guide on how to deal with both my mouth app vote by mail applications, and then we had to threaten to sue them again. Because of the way that they were going to actually tear off the bottom of the vote by mail by doing that in a bipartisan way, so we've had to be on top of it. And and fortunately, we've got a great team of people that are just focused on doing the right thing. So we have that oversight. We've had to have is just intense. But you know, I have to tell you the Democrats are embarrassed as Republicans at Bob Menendez their candidate. It's like saying we made a mistake here. This is just a barrister, and I've had so many democratic endorsements so many independence saying we can do better your dirty guy. You're gonna have you. I don't do any special in. Questionnaires I won't fill out any special interest questionnaire. My wife, and I are financing most of the campaign ourselves. So we go to Washington, the only constituency that were responsible to the people of New Jersey, and that that resonates people want to change people going to be committed to helping put people's interest at a party in politics. Well, it would certainly make a difference. They haven't elected a Republican Senator from New Jersey, and like forty years is that correct? Forty six seventy two was the last one we elected not to tell you. I'm hoping some of good Republican candidates all over the country because they're desperate. I think Schumer today announced the two million close to ten million against from Schumer's majority pack and for the and the democratic senatorial committee, and so we're helping there whether it's Josh or Kramer over hopefully Heller, and Rick Scott, Florida taking some of that Schumer money and saying they're they're putting it ten million against me in New Jersey. And so we're gonna win anyway because they're desperate the people early jersey. No, they deserve better going to get better. So, but we're helping everybody by force from put a lot of money here to jersey, which was totally unexpected. And I know that television markets very expensive. It's the Philadelphia market in the New York City market, correct? Yeah. And and and we've been out there to make sure people know who this guy is because we started this campaign only, a third of Missouri. Even knew he'd been indicted by the Obama Justice department for bribery, his self-proclaimed best friend, a Florida ophthalmologists have been convicted of sixty seven counts of felony felony counts of defrauding Medicare. Menendez had helped advance that Medicare fraud by lobbying HHS, and he talked so much about immigration the only immigration accomplished. He's had he's expedited the visas for this Mary doctor from Florida's girlfriends from Ukraine, Dominican Republican Brazil. And when you brought these things up during the debate, he tried to smear you I know I noticed that's his technique. Isn't it? Yeah. Listen, I tell you. I I've been fortunate in my life. I in my family to go to college. The only person in my college classes, go in the Marine Corps and went to a company at six weeks, a cash left and we've turned out around into a great anti-cancer leader in the world. I'm proud of what I've done in my life. There's nothing I'm embarrassed about. And I have my self respect had myself. So for this campaign started at my self respect when it's over because I stand behind everything we say it's one hundred percent. So so it's just a job interview. The people the jersey deserve to know who this guy is and what he's failed to do before they signed him up for the six year term. So if people around the country want to help you and people in New Jersey wanna to get out.

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"bamut" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"bamut" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This. Is morning edition from NPR news I'm David green and I'm Noel king more than one hundred people have overdosed in just the last two days in a park in New Haven Connecticut initial tests show that the drug responsible is, something that's widely known as synthetic marijuana it's also called k two or spice it's possible that the drugs that caused the overdosed were laced with an opioid I'm online now with Michael Bamut of, the National Institute of drug abuse. Good morning Good morning okay, I want you to help us clear up a couple of things here in the first is this. Drug is widely being called including news. Reports synthetic marijuana you say that's not right that's not what this is can you explain what it is yes yes so I think the term, synthetic. Marijuana gives a false impression these synthetic can adenoids is what they're more correctly called. Synthetic can adenoids are manmade chemicals they're. Designed to stimulate can avenue in receptor sites in the brain and these receptors. Apart of an indigenous can avenue it system that is essential for normal. Brain function Importantly these synthetic chemicals were originally created as research tools to study the brain? The, substances were sub. Subsequently. Diverted, for recreational use most of these synthetic Cavanaugh are made in Asian laboratories in traffic over the internet substances are purchased by cartels or street dealers who dilute the chemicals. And. Solvents in spray the chemicals onto a nerd. Plant material and that's what's sold as as Kate who were spice okay so I, can see, why people might. Think okay it synthetic pot. It's not let me ask. You another question I've I've seen? Reports, that. Some people are using this drug because they don't think that. Regular urine tests will detect it is that is that the case. Yes that's absolutely true. Okay today there are two groups of people who are using synthetic, nab noise in the first group would be those people who were using it to avoid detection of Of drug use and this would include. Probationers parolees military personnel athletes because as you mentioned. These synthetic can are not detected by traditional toxicology screens but there has also been a steep rise misuse of synthetic Cavanaugh weights among the homeless an indigent populations because the substances are very inexpensive and they afford, a very cheap way of getting high, why are they. So. Cheap well they're cheap because again they're made, in, these Asian laboratories. In bulk. Quantities they can be. Purchased very. Cheaply and then sprayed onto plant material bagged up in sold at very low price all right one hundred people overdosed in a park in Connecticut that's extraordinarily? How, do you treat. An. Overdose, well this is a you bring up a significant challenge for first responders and clinicians one of the problems is is that targeted intervention whenever you have these Minneap idem, IX of overdoses a targeted intervention with a specific. Antidote is often not possible because the precise? Substances, ingested are not known in the case of synthetic can happen always there are. No FDA approved antidotes so, clinicians can only treat? Symptoms as they arise And can you die from an overdose. Very quickly, absolutely you can die. From overdose of synthetic avenue and one of the problems that you also brought up yet we're going to have to.

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"bamut" Discussed on The Ringer MLB Show

The Ringer MLB Show

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"bamut" Discussed on The Ringer MLB Show

"I feel like this is wellknown that he came to milwaukee for in that carlos gomez trade in two thousand fifteen with a big package for mike fires in carlos carlos gomez breath phillips also in that trade but he came to milwaukee from the baltimore orioles so following the jake arrieta path of of discovering yourself after leaving the orioles martyr league system is a pitcher speaking of which i've been getting a lot of correspondence on twitter for my son big bike bamut who's been promoted and shoving yes him he is a josh hater esque era in april so he's he's moving up to high now aa here we come yeah he might be the second or third best pitcher in the oral system right now including the major league staff possible we'll come back next week we'll have a whole new slate of stories in young pitchers i'm sure there will be some other kid we'd never heard of threes ago throwing one hundred four miles an hour so yet they're always to talk to you about him next week whatever is named might be relievers the renewable resource of baseball in eighteen all right thanks for having me that'll do it for this week's episode of the ringer mlb show thanks to cram claire mcnair and ben lindbergh for joining me thanks to jim cunningham for producing this episode thanks sergio romo want sodo josh hater in jordan hicks providing content and thank you for listening joy this week's games not just major league baseball but it's conference tournament week in division one college baseball sport is near dear to my heart so i encourage you to check that out we'll be back to discuss all of it next week on the ringer mlb show thanks again for listening we'll see you next time.

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"bamut" Discussed on The MLB Show

The MLB Show

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"bamut" Discussed on The MLB Show

"I feel like this is wellknown that he came to milwaukee for in that carlos gomez trade in two thousand fifteen with a big package for mike fires in carlos carlos gomez breath phillips also in that trade but he came to milwaukee from the baltimore orioles so following the jake arrieta path of of discovering yourself after leaving the orioles martyr league system is a pitcher speaking of which i've been getting a lot of correspondence on twitter for my son big bike bamut who's been promoted and shoving yes him he is a josh hater esque era in april so he's he's moving up to high now aa here we come yeah he might be the second or third best pitcher in the oral system right now including the major league staff possible we'll come back next week we'll have a whole new slate of stories in young pitchers i'm sure there will be some other kid we'd never heard of threes ago throwing one hundred four miles an hour so yet they're always to talk to you about him next week whatever is named might be relievers the renewable resource of baseball in eighteen all right thanks for having me that'll do it for this week's episode of the ringer mlb show thanks to cram claire mcnair and ben lindbergh for joining me thanks to jim cunningham for producing this episode thanks sergio romo want sodo josh hater in jordan hicks providing content and thank you for listening joy this week's games not just major league baseball but it's conference tournament week in division one college baseball sport is near dear to my heart so i encourage you to check that out we'll be back to discuss all of it next week on the ringer mlb show thanks again for listening we'll see you next time.

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"bamut" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"bamut" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Good morning i'm john trout via says america in the morning from westwood one news it's wednesday february 14th 2018 coming up on america in the morning trump white house sticks to its story about not knowing evacuations of domestic abuse against rob porter before last week by bob costantini the white house as second federal judge issued a temporary protections for young immigrant dreamers i'm jan johnson state leaders are asking congress to consider the rights of victims of sexual harassment i'm clayton of veterans snowboarder sean white pushes themselves to the limit to win his third career olympic gold medal meanwhile strong winds are causing problems here i'm steve cast in bamut young chang joe ramsey remington we'll take your shouted bankruptcy after reason struggle maryland yala ms written the book the amorous heart and unconventional history outlaws i'm jim bohannon that i'd love to share more in a moment toward valentine's day that's all i had on america in the morning seven minutes after the hour russia's potential interference in the upcoming midterm us election was part of the focus of senate testimony yesterday bob costatini following that and more from the nation's capital president trump may like to cast doubt on russia's election meddling in 2016 what he's director of national intelligence dan coats tells the senate committee there should be no doubt that russia perceive past efforts as successful in views the two thousand eighteen us midterm elections as a potential target for russian influence operations intelligence agencies according to coats and others at the hearing expect moscow to even ramp up efforts via social media manipulation that social media companies say they are trying to fight russian hackers may have less power than they did in 2016 since security holes can be easier to fix than fake stories at the very same senate hearing the head of the fbi up ended the white house narrative that the now dismissed staff secretaries background check was incomplete is latest last week when accusations against him were made public it may have been completed several times under questioning about the time line fbi director christopher ray laid out a scenario from almost a year ago when the agency began a security clearance background check on rob porter it was completed late july soon thereafter we received requests for follow up inquiry and we did the.

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"bamut" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"bamut" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"News sunday budget director mick mulvaney says the budget includes a bipartisan agreement reached on capitol hill but some of that funding it will be shifted around if you are going to spend it which is exactly what we think congress is going to do here's how you should spend it and that will be our two thousand eighteen budget so take the money that the democrats want to put to these social programs and move it to things like infrastructure move it to things like opioid relief move it to things that are in line with the president's priority so that if it does get spent at least he gets to the right places a few hours after snowboarder red gerard won a gold medal at the winter olympics team usa has claimed the second one after four runs down the ice track over two days chris master did with no other american had done before he won a medal immense in gulu place states stirred his total time of three minutes ten point seven two eight seconds won him the silver the margin of victory was so close he was just twenty six one thousand th of a second behind the first place austrian steve cast in bamut the 2018 olympics and yungchiang i'm anne cates bernebeu whoo my number two does not look like a number two i don't know what to call it is there a number three table for four police anything close to the restroom the middle seat with these stomach problems that's my fear of flying sound like you if it does you could be one of the many people with a digestive condition called extra qiren pancreatic insufficiency or.

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"bamut" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"bamut" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Parkinson's disease the rock and roll hall of fame returned seventy seven tomorrow on says he's retiring from jury says it will continue to write the quarter work another musical projects of the future bamut also receive a lifetime achievement award sunday's grammy awards debenham fiftieth anniversary tour a winter storm berries parts of the midwest under more than a foot a snow police in sioux city iowa urge all drivers to stay off the roads think people earn us many how slippery it actually as their slender intersections and red lights two people died in a car crash there in icy road in western nebraska but the weather suspected he a warmer which you know residents dig out from the snow the king appears has fallen from grace budweiser's now only the fourth most popular beer in the united states and now stands behind but like chorus light add miller lite that's according to beer market marketers insights which has dragged beer sales since the mid 70s corona extra rounds out the top five overall beer sales dipped slightly last year and we're waiting on the oscar nominations coming up later this morning for share getting a nomination it's gary oldman who plays winston churchill and darkest hour we found in the movie came out i asked him about the already loud oscar buzz nice to be nice to be liked frances mcdormand performance and three billboard that night ebbing missouri is also like she's a lock as his allison janney for i tania three billboards in i tania will likely get best picture nods as well shape of water lady bird the post get out and dunkirk the big sick is on the bubble and many are pulling for fan favour wonderwoman but that's probably a stretch jason nathanson abc news hollywood just start rolling out the oscar nominations at a twenty two a m atlanta timed good morning america wsb tv channels who will be carrying that live will be dipping it out of the coverage ford to keep you up to date if you happen to be in your car it's four thirty six now if you have to be card you get a.

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"bamut" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

Hollywood Handbook

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"bamut" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

"Well bayne it could you want to be vein today from that you can i think that's novemeber batman risilia healthy bayne from bamut arises okay that could be so fun oh yeah go okay surrounded i should as yes glide bought right wait you are my permission to high nice i like that too by di di di yet because and i want you to have again the the thing the you have to remember when you're seeing i in about us show is that in at in the it's antichild laid happen her blake weeks ago weeks ago sorry so okay so it's it's sean distant yeah yes hi i'm janica but but i very well purposes of this i'm joined us in but will recorded in the one facet yan say what up what up because people at a put that's okay jose new so the in two thousand seventeen probably year so what we're going to say is just like while dispute the puk has do this all the time like spontaneous records like they bank him five months ahead it up there were detainee a nation bank vault that they put all the podcast in that their banking no no i come in at night try to crack it you can imagine we got access if i add it and i just release a molander our name crazy and will seek yeah yeah who really does the improv so we so we are um we're going to say that we recorded like a bunch of them like before the holidays an so this is our uh golden globes prediction episode that were doing that we are like we've i hope is going to get seem so dated right now but we have to because of our schedule hayes is going you know your answer some yeah and yes that's good for him yeah yes france would be really good that's great people to think i'm gone i just came up with that but that's good and so uh sound like you money so we then are going to say like so we're just releasing this lynn but what we're going to do is but people might think go ahead.

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"bamut" Discussed on KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket

KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"bamut" Discussed on KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket

"Alabama in jail and hurts ability to kind of extend plays and he's been really good against teams with winning records over the last couple of years as far as turnovers he doesn't turn the ball over in big games he's not a great quarterback by any stretch of the imagination but he keeps the ball in their offense is hands and he does not turn it over against good quality opponents i think that's huge so i give a slight quarterback advantaged alabama and i think just defensively i think alabama's defense is so deep and so talented it is going to be very hard on a freshman quarterback and i don't think you can just strictly rely on running backs running backs running backs the entire game and expect to beat alabama a well coach team with that kind of nfl caliber talent on the defensive side of the ball you're not going to be able to carve them up running the ball like he did against oklahoma f get alabama i think it's relatively low scoring i think maybe bama score's a late defensive touchdown to to pull away but i think 27 seventeen alabama one thing did come out of media day today um bama safety all american uh meeker fitzpatrick said he was in hospital tuesday because he injured one of his kidneys in the game in the win over clemson i'll keep an eye on that because that's a that's huge for them easy offensive stand out no no question in a hell caliber he's playing it off saying that he's good to go was back at practice on thursday but we'll see how that might factor into the bamut offensive scheme with make a fitzpatrick possibly low banged up there with his kidneys ari 1050 one on the ticket coming up next was talks about talks stars woah look at what demands did last night he gets the bulls and.

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"bamut" Discussed on NewsRadio1620

NewsRadio1620

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"bamut" Discussed on NewsRadio1620

"Children in need during the christmas holiday almost five hundred people ran wachter trotted from bamut to the bridge per dido pass and head back waters awaiting them at the finish run slow traffic at the state line is curious drivers watch see contestants finish their run a banner year for the races jessica links in with the floor bama but we want to be able to help the local charities here and we're not for people to come out and have a good time in our it's a great excuse for us all get together and you know at whether we're running or fishing or doing any kind of events around here we have fun tony chapman in his wife decided like many to run last minute my wife and i have a we have a house gulf shores and we hit friends over last night and julie said i'm running graced warned we said what race and she told listen jumped in came in a registered this morning ran it was great he says it was worth it they had the road blocked off the authorities looked like they were ready for that for a to block that area often even the straight straight run all the way through new traffic problems they cleared the right side of the road all the way down to the bridge which dude again absolutely i'm gonna sign up number sign up for next year jessica says the day makes the work worth it after all it gun almost a year headstart on money for kids christmases in 2018 and we put a lot of work into these event and we we spend a lot of time preparing and then when the end of the day come than we actually have a huge turnout in a lot of people here enjoying themselves it just makes us really happy the fastest time in today's four mile race twenty two minutes and fifty three seconds in the newsroom christopher saw channel three news first warning weather sponsored by pensacola golden state college hide ashley.

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"bamut" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"bamut" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"End of his career and he was on fire not one a halfstep kostas not once i mean he was just you did the whole james brown things start to finish and also notice that james brown when when we saw him i was him during this thing where i thought i turned to a cup people was at see that he's yalta ban it looks like he's it's part of the actor is like getting into the groove and i said he's yelling the barrett on a betcha obey anything finding them money right now so after the show were hanging out commented on this post or out with the band and i talk to the guitar player lengthly struck him how you actually gotten with james brown band but even send yep james's he's yawn on us he's connors ever naming could think of who right there while robbed later all work and he's finding us he's tana she's taken twenty th sixty one hundred dollars are pay he said i've been hired and a rather hurt and rehired by retail jobs and one gig by james brunton admitted eventually as music leader in bamut eddie which is a great story james was interesting guy not nasa's sky personally i mean lots of really bad mode tibbs especially in terms of uh domestic violence domestic violence but the thing about him that was truly amazing he was one hundred percent straight up conservative in his let's say us straight down the middle focus where he he was driven he was a twenty five hour a day eight day or week a workaholic wanted everything perfect and uh that's good stuff i mean that's how you all you you do stuff that's how you get ahead so off see the movie it's a james brown as mr dynamo the james brown story it's on net flex now you're welcome now uh hang on a second i gotta make sure are dumped buttons in tak because uh that's jacco about that it is uh ryan is jack black lives matter you we don't we don't really was fined explaining that jack welcomed on the edge thank you were out in uh uh uh in the michigan area uh i'm here right now uh i always try to listen to your programme.

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"bamut" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"bamut" Discussed on WINS 1010

"Bamut threatened 15 to 20 on both levels lincoln tunnel inbound no problems there holland tunnel run tend to fifteen both directions and outbound brooklyn bridge that is dragging you do have construction going on we can construction at the queen's midtown tunnel and the brooklyn battery tunnel so you are seeing heavy delays there and street cleaning rules are in effect tomorrow i'm rebecca massaro sr next report at eight fifty one frontend ten wins news time eight forty two while the case of road rage live to deadly violence of the death of livery cabdriver a suspect is now under arrest the dry revolt libary car gone into an argument with a pedestrian map and just before midnight at the corner of 11th avenue in west 20th the pedestrian truckers hockey stick and smashed the sixty year old driver and they have the driver managed to get back in his car and head south of 11 sav a new before colliding with the senator divider the drivers then rushed to the hospital where doctors pronounced him dead roger stir intent in wins in chelsea victim identified as sixty eight year old randolph tolkha under arrest thirty nine year old kosugi koji of east ten th street in manhattan he's facing manslaughter charges and in a statement fernando matteo the new york state federation of taxi driver said in part we always advise our drivers not to get out of their vehicles and avoid confrontations with anyone fortythree going down to thirty seven and midtown under partly cloudy skies windsor calm overnight mostly cloudy low thirty seven says accu weather repeating our current temperature forty three going down to thirty seven and midtown wins news time eight forty three we'll police in the bronx they they're looking for two suspects trying to nab them in the case of a grocery store robbery that happened at gunpoint it happened yesterday around four p m at the back home caribbean store located lakonia section on boston road police say one of the men apparently acted as a look out while the other drew would appear to be a gun than aimed at.

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"bamut" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"bamut" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Into the red zone here looking to take their first lead of the game uh so far today's been tough to bring down his get two three yards after contact each time it'll be an eighteen yard game officially and now look at this it won't be cross under center and handoff will go to shepherded does a gift much but on that play they brought in kevin witcher these sophomore quarterback who by the way it is imperative that we note that witcher was the quarterback four ram part when they played monarch it was not kion crew so if you talking about what is different that is certainly different there the the rams brought in a different look with witcher cross was one of the back but shepherd straight ahead got nothing silvery up second down and ten ball on the monarch twelve cross the chaaka screen out to the farsighted caught by air braam racha fraud van for the ramp parked touchdown great individual effort by reaching the last yard now for the down monarch did know what happened to the ball came will was after he touched down into the end zone great stretch their fill after giving everyone a high five bams going to uh hold the here for mick reynolds sap is good hold so make reynolds had his stutterstepped abel i'll put his foot through the nation soccer plagued to do in those stutter steps on the free kicks knock through five fifty to go in opening quarter and thanks to a twelve yard touchdown pass from cross the bamut has taken the sevenpoint lead two touchdowns already for a ban great job by during the storm i mean they didn't have the weather a too long before they tied the game up at seven but uh you know grape play there by the coaching staff to get that next touchdown that is a fifty five yard drive that takes six minutes off the board gone exactly what rob warrior likes to see from his offense even if it's a relatively short field rail the clock work it and get into the end zone the great job by iran plenty on the extra point he's already a left the kicker then he had this stuttered stem great job i am tell you this as multitalented soccer players amen one received at the goal line arkin a harrods head baghdad on by ram party getting.

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"bamut" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"bamut" Discussed on WEEI

"This clemson damage these attached college can we relax one of these novel relieves the elusive clemson zulus bam was gonna lose backtoback use all means your point he's making me think this thing may be a better bet trilogy the emma clemson than i thought before we started the my view is if you look at the conference's bill clinton the class of the sec and then the acc florida state ask the france way injuries sarah i will there who is their season santa said they can't think his head so it's almost like by arithmetic some people as four teams that make it may be penn state can tom is the with the big ten maybe oklahoma was twelve stages to seville there's enough other contenders there to make me feel like bamut clinton feels an theo warnings point s in on the air see joanie as beyond radio's acts the rights and never knew that eyebrows were huge staying until i daytoday married a woman from south florida i was watching the show the other day my wife screen when she saw dan's eyebrows and that's all that you talked about for the rest of the day apparently they're bad and you put it on the home are dan's eyebrows dad i guess the places the are dan's i've read something that you've noted now have character that never really i mean they do have tara genetic away aplenty even know what that means i've noticed hold ten eyebrows have character i don't even know why rather than say a lot about adverse there's no question about it you look inquisitive yet but discern thank you mike it's like if you're round right there she'll never end you don't complement showed now third on radio that tom flynn award late bloomer lonely yet christie forty days with would wait a moment his tendency sports radio 937 weei oh you're listening to the northern madam podcast with warmer washington general manager scott mcclellan unease pm radio let.

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"bamut" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"bamut" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Oh okay has already of the so you agree or disagree that the state you'd have to identify what company is willing to sell it to the state for executions wale that there through intimidate bamut brett all right i hope they don't pick up but early back there or at a gun there you go i appreciate your call bud thank you very much good point i mean there are other drugs in the cocktail too but this is bob was right they just trying to intimidate these people 501 43 300 nine to sign strong opinions news radio one hundred two point nine karn fm sheridan little rock a cumulus station cbs news i'm dave barrett for the second time this month has been a major quake in mexico this one centred seventy miles south of mexico city came in at magnitude seven point one a governor in a central part of the country says at least forty two people have died there cbs's adrienne bard easy in mexico city governor we fear earthquakes and the tired of their city waste out and we found it per member rapel have been trapped in buildings there's now word that one woman has been pulled alive from the rubble fires have broken out and in some part predict that he there's no electricity i buried now for neck when they're is now wireless network pow wanted a worth saying is that people cannot communicate whether family member reporter manuel ruwaida has been out there in the capital city has lots of smaller earthquake movements some people here i can't if used to encounter and this surveys and perhaps like in la but this tied up a sense bar fearful mexican president enrique pe a nieto natto says twenty seven buildings have collapsed in mexico city this quake took place on the exact anniversary of a deadly quake in mexico city happened in 1985 magnitude eight point but today quakepreparedness drills were held on on that anniversary landfall from hurricane maria expected in the next day is it aims at puerto rico sandy milder now does skype with us from san juan veron since giardi i've been looking at it i've been saying oh my god i gotta feed in this one is going to get us reporter rocks that collado is on the island thorough over the hunger sells these with food water and electricity for those who new man governor puerto rico has also warning that rebel might suffer a total blackout proud leaves.

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"bamut" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"bamut" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Oh john barked i'd i i'm won't be now after fans died but allows house gaps go that the playoffs earned the sat houses they got on for oh for unlike the council analyst larry yeah got some other teams on ask here's the deal i mean booger mcfarland just went to abc we are probably hiring one more endless yeah i wonder if larry for selby could be it how about the us seattle the west coast land go had a good quarter belair sam donald live so them higher blow i always the get up terrorism so bold shows chick royal then they don't play real football one day get sh sh go slow beta i mean they were for tender last year in bamut baydal men although sudden because they got good toward in your car you owe sudupe drove your now nada you got ta now larry we've got a roll larry you have a wonderful my brother wrote tired jack nego lay from shelbyville from layered shelby from had to jasper we talked to our good friend lance hey lance um i agree with the mexican my on my younger talk about yeah marble lucky is one of the but tough how is in talks football haven i call five cocaine is family man how many aiming his family alan i'll take john i think in a bright man and he wants to sarah people income on down emission them although the pairs will come down the games will come down because most goes out of the white house coming what he wanted to go with them to that's a fair lance that's a fair point better to go visit the white house as a champion or visit to go go see the mona lisa whenever you're being tied for third in your own division i like that lands.

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