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After Agreeing States Should Solve COVID, Joe Biden Still Preps Federal Mandate
"Here's another quote from Biden on today's call My message to the governor's is simple If you need something say something Well doesn't that sound nice So is it possible legitimate question here Is it possible Biden literally doesn't remember I don't know setting the vaccine mandate policy Is it possible that he doesn't remember saying this and responds to Florida in Texas's response in September If they'll not help if these governors won't help us beat the pandemic I'll use my power as president to get them out of the way Is it possible that he just doesn't remember saying that Is it possible he doesn't remember his ongoing battle with governor Ron DeSantis But yeah now the answer is at the state level Except next week you still have to get Baxter get fired policy So right This all makes a great deal of sense Makes about as much sense as you would expect from somebody who clearly is having some cognitive
"baxter " Discussed on The Lowe Post
"That if those guys, so two things, if those guys are gonna be top 5 and top ten players, they gotta be better playmakers. And then if the Celtics are gonna be a legit team, those guys got to become better playmakers. So if it's standing around watching guys play and they're taking contested shots, I think that's I mean, I don't know about you, but it's just like, to me, it's bad basketball. I'm okay with the ball finding Tatum with 5 seconds on the clock, and he goes into that sidestep, but I just don't, in my world, why would you take that shot when you have the skill set to get downhill and draw to? In my world, the basketball is a sport in which you draw to and you make the right play. And those sidesteps and all those things are all things that you need to have when you need to hit a buzzer beater at the end of a game or end of a clock. You need to shot clocks running down that all fine too, it's 5 seconds. That's why you practice all those, but outside of that, why not have the mentality of getting downhill and making plays for your teammates? So I don't disagree with what smart said, probably doing it publicly throughout like, you know, a little monkey wrench or a just to use a foreign object into the selfie. He named names. I know. I know, but I mean, here's the thing. Are you married? You're married? You got someone that, yeah, okay. Your wife ever like get mad at you and give you a message and you're like, I'm not trying to hear that right now, but doesn't the message always get through? Eventually, whether it's a day later two days later or I go, man, I'm going to the gym. I'm going to go work out. The message always gets through. So I hate team meeting, players only meetings and all those things. I don't feel like at the time they're all emotional and it's all chaotic, right? But I do think that the message get a person standing up and saying their piece, whether right or wrong, I do think that message gets through. So I'm not down on Marcus smart for doing it, and I hear you. You shouldn't do that, locker room, all that stuff, but to me, the message got through to the team. And they're playing a lot better since then. First of all, in this metaphor, so just to be clear, I'm like Jayson Tatum and my wife is Marcus smart. Is that the metaphor? Yeah. Okay. I'll ask her. I'll ask her what she thinks about that. If she likes Marcus smarts game and I like Jason's, I'll take Jason Tatum. No, I'm not saying that Marcus smart was wrong. I actually think Marcus smart was right. The flip side of that is whatever they give Marcus smart the ball more or he sort of takes more control of the offense. He is, I think, maybe the best passer on the team, but he starts suddenly veering towards like shot selection that has the other players on teaming like, hey dude, that off the dribble three that you just took or your 9th straight contested three that hit like half backboard and half ring. We don't need to be seeing that. All right. We challenge you on that. I'm gonna challenge you on. Okay, challenge me. All right, so the way I look at the game is a bad shot to bad shot. So if Jayson Tatum takes a side step three that misses or brown does it, what do you think Marcus smart's gonna do? So now let me just say this. Have you ever seen Marcus smart take a bad shot when the Celtics are driving and kicking and everyone is sharing the ball? I don't. Probably, but I just know in the bubble, you could see his shot selection veering in that direction and you could see Jalen and Jason on the floor sometimes being like the shoulder shrug, dude, what was that? But at that said, I don't think he's wrong at all about what he said about their playing. I think he's right. Yeah. I know, it's a big thing out here in Boston. Maybe I'm too much in the weeds, but I don't see Marcus smart the same way everybody else does. I always see I look at Marcus smart as this. He's gonna take extra amount of shots. So you're gonna make let's back that up. He's gonna make X amount of plays and a play could be a shot, a drive, a pass, whatever. So if he's standing in the corner and then all of a sudden he gets the ball and he hadn't touched the ball in 5 minutes, he's gonna Jack up a shot. But if the ball is moving side to side and Marcus initiates offense and that ball finds Tatum and now Tatum's going to work and driving, like, I think he's gonna take better shots. So when and I also believe this with Al Horford as well. So when basketball is played the right way, I think those two guys are much better than when they're just standing around doing nothing watching the two best players go isolation. I don't and no world do I think that that's good basketball in any world. Even the exception is probably the Brooklyn Nets, but it might not be this year. It might not be because of the physicality of the game. But James Harden and Kevin Durant going one on one is like probably where the line is for me. Everybody that's not those guys, I really feel like you should just play the right way and move the ball and drive and kick. And if you're good enough, you'll make enough plays, because that's what good players do. Let's zoom, you said 30,000 foot view. Let's zoom that far out. Like years out. Here's why the smart thing was interesting to me. I had Kemba Walker on my podcast like a month ago. And I asked him, and I knew he wouldn't answer the question. I asked him, kimba, why does something always just seem off in Boston? What's going on in the water there? Let me tell you why I asked him that because everyone blamed it on Kyrie. So if you zoom way out, they make the 2018 Conference Finals with the young guys scary Terry. Jason Jalen, Kyrie's hurt, Hayward's hurt, right? Then they come back to next year. This is a 60 win team. It's a juggernaut they're adding. And it just all goes haywire and the blame is all like there's tension between Kyrie and these young guys who feel like they did it on their own. And there's all this tension and then Kyrie leaves and he's vilified in Boston for leaving. And guess what? Something is still wrong in the water. Even though they make the Conference Finals again in the bubble, there's a locker room debate there. Kemba leaves Hayward leaves. Brad Stevens leaves and goes upstairs, Danny angel leaves. There's just always something. It always feels like there's tension. There's just something that's unsettled there, no matter who the personnel is, no matter who the coaches and the geo all this stuff, the common denominators are those three guys smart, Tatum and brown, who have been there through all of this, who were in that leading that Conference Finals run, stayed after Kyrie left. Now Horford's back too. But is there so when smart says that? And he names those two guys. And I thought back to that question I asked Kemba, which he very politely did not answer and just said, I don't know, I'm not on the Celtics anymore, something like that. So I ask you, is there something about that mix that is just sort of volatile and or am I making too much out of all of this? Well, they did go to a Conference Finals without Kyrie Irving and Gordon Hayward. So how about Zach, I'll ask you, do you think that was legit? You think that was who they are or maybe that's not who they were, but they hit like this magical lightning in a bottle and ended up making that. So everything is based off of that moment without Kyrie Irving, who goes to the Conference Finals with a rookie and a scary Terry and like who goes to the Conference Finals with those guys..
"baxter " Discussed on The Lowe Post
"Let's talk about some actual basketball because that is far more pleasant. And talk about the team that was the story of the week before another story overtook the whole league like a tsunami. And that is the infighting and then winning, but before that losing big leads, you can't ever figure this team out the 17 time world champion Boston Celtics and the guy who knows them better than anyone. And the guy who is so realistic and fair about the Celtics that he sometimes annoys the fans who want a little more Homer ism from Tommy hinson's air, mister Brian scalabrine, how are you? I'm doing well, Zach, how are you doing? I'm hanging in. So let's review the Celtics blow a gazillion point lead to the bulls and score like zero points in the fourth quarter at home to fall to two and 5. Then Marcus smart lights the whole team on fire and says, well, he didn't like the whole team on fire. He lived Jalen Brown and Jayson Tatum on fire and said, I'm sick of standing in the corner of these guys need to learn to pass better. It was a little more polite than that, so they're getting better. We need to continue making progress. There was fall out from that. There was a player's only meeting that may have been really just a dinner that the players got there first. It's unclear exactly if it was a player's only meeting, and then they stop Orlando and in one of the most impressive performances by any team this season grind the Miami Heat offense, which had been number two in the league to absolute smithereens and blowing out the heat in Miami on the second night of a back to back the heat were not on the second night of a back to back. Mister scalabrini, what do I make of all of this? What is this seam? So when you look at just roster, you're looking at it saying, okay, I got smart, Tatum, Brown, Horford, Williams. And if we had to analyze that, we would say, man, that's a really good defensive group. And I like what you may did at the beginning of the year. It didn't work all the time, but he was like, we're going to switch everything. We're going to switch and be aggressive and early on, they were having a hard time rebounding out of it. But that group defensively should be great. But all the talk is all reads about the offense all the talk is kid Brown and Tatum get along. All the talk is all these things like a smart good enough to be a point guard, but no one ever talks about the defensive end of the ball. And when you look at the team, there were 25th going into the Orlando game and defensive rating on the year. I mean, I'm sure they're going to be a lot better after holding Orlando and Miami under 80. But all those problems that they say they have, they can be solved by just getting after it defensively. And one thing I really like what I've seen the last two games is they're aggressiveness to drive and then pass. Zack me and you could play in the NBA right now and pass the ball 30 feet from the basket. And that doesn't lead to any points. To be a good passing team, you have to get into the paint into the teeth of the defense. You know, have draw two guys and then make the right basketball play. And that is what's hard to guard. And they've been doing that the last two games versus like Tatum and brown just settling for jump shot after jump shot. That's not gonna get it done and any level of basketball. Let's talk about the defense I totally agree with you. We talked about this on NBA today after the bulls game. I said, look, we can gap about passing and unselfishness. This team is 26th in defense and it's embarrassing given the lineup that they're starting. You know what they are now after two straight wins? Tenth. They went up 15 or 16 spots. That's amazing. In two games. And last night's game against Miami was the best defensive performance of any team this year, period. Let's get into that because I want to start there. You mentioned the switching, and I totally agree with you. The first few games I watched assault I was like, man, they are switching everything. I'm not sure they need to put Al Horford in that position to get blown by by that guy that seems like a little bit of overkill or I'm not sure they need to be putting Dennis Schroeder on the block against that big guy. That seems like overkill. And like you said, they got hurt on the boards. There's still 23rd in defensive rebound. And we can talk about that. But you look at the numbers, I'm gonna read you some numbers. Are you ready? This is from our fancy tracking data. These numbers are ridiculous. The Celtics switch 31 picks per 100 possessions. That's number one in the league by far. Miami is actually number two at 26. Miami is the second switch he has team. On those plays, are you ready for this? Points per chance, that basically means like the pick and roll leads almost directly to a shot. The Celtics are allowing 0.76 points per possession. Like that's a joke that's so good. How does that factor in for the offense to rebound? Does it or does it all hit you now? I'll tell you now. If you zoom out and look at entire possessions, which I do believe factors in a continuation of a possession via offensive rebound, it's still 0.927, which is good, not insanely good, but really good. And actually if that's what you allow on every single possession, you'll have the best defense in the history of the NBA by a mile. So the switching is working and last night, man, when they're on point, like when Miami's trying to slip screens in Boston sees it coming and gets underneath it, there was just nothing that he could. I think that game was like a little bit of a warning sign to the heat like all your pretty stuff when a really switchy defense is dialed in. You're going to have some trouble. I mean, Boston was dialed in last night. I said before the season scout, I was higher on the Celtics than most. I said they should be a lock in the top 6. They have a sneaky good chance to be number three in the east. Now I didn't pick them. I actually picked Atlanta to be number three in these. They are not playing very well. They haven't put together a long stretch of really good play all season, really. And then the Celtics start two and 5 and they're imploding. And I'm like, geez, I really just missed a boat with this team..
"baxter " Discussed on The Lowe Post
"So far as I know. But there's just you go through the media guide year after year, the amount of names that change was really striking. I remember that very early on. So and people on other side mentioned this to me that there's a lot of individuals who have like fractional time periods there. So they witnessed a certain amount of things. It's like in a snapshot. But you talked so it was hard in some ways. People think like, well, I experienced this for this time, but I couldn't speak to the full 17 years. But then their story was like identical to something that somebody else would say, almost the same exact characterizations, language, so on and so forth. You know, from years later or years earlier or different departments across the organization. But again, so they're all pieces. But to go to your point, I know this is a long lined up. If very many or several of these pieces, they fit a pattern of, you know, it could be maybe what you're talking about with the quadrants. And the two you mentioned specifically. I would say touched on a quadrant about respect to how women felt in the workplace. And if they felt like they weren't valued, weren't protected that these are the kinds of things we hear. These are the kinds we see. How do you think this makes us feel? Certainly and even then talking to male staffers who just described the same kind of sentiment, you know? Of like, this is not a place where and to take a step back and we have a sentiment described in the story of people feeling like they were inventory. We're hearing Robert used that language. You know, female staffers saying him referring to her once and do I own you. As to whether to discern whether she worked for the team or for him. So, but the two, yeah, the two you shared touch to the heart of how women felt about the workplace and hearing these kinds of stories and do we matter, do we have value? All of it. At this point, I would urge people who haven't read the whole story to sit down and read the whole story because I don't want to do the whole thing here. There's a lot in there about just basketball stuff, server screaming at the coaches, which is well known and has been chronicled in other stories, including one by Kevin Arnold, it's from a couple of years ago. There's a lot more in there that people need to read. I just wanted to sort of start the discussion about the basics, the reporting, the numbers, what's happened and what's happened already and what might happen going forward and what might happen going forward is there's going to be this investigation and everyone is just going to I think wait to see what it turns up and either regardless this story is just beginning. We don't know exactly how it's going to unfold, but that process is only just started and now it's our job and all of our jobs to sort of monitor it going forward, but it starts with this story and I wanted to dig in to the underpinnings of it a little bit more with you, Baxter, so I appreciate the time. I know these conversations are not exactly fun. You're probably tired of talking about this story already. We're deep in the weeds. But I want to thank you for your time. And if there's anything that we didn't address that you wanted to address specifically, I will now leave the floor to you. That's a good question. First of all, I'm not tired of talking about the story. So I want to set that straight right now. Third second, look, I really appreciate you having me on and talk about it. Say this isn't fun. Look, I love journalism, man. I love reporting, I'm very fortunate to work with some amazing colleagues and editors and people that are organization who believe in this kind of work. And that's I don't take that lightly. I don't take lightly the courage as I said of others to speak out on anything. At any whatever it takes, regardless of sports, not sports, you name it. Anything I wanted to add when we touched on a lot. So as you said, it's hard to tackle everything in the story. I don't know, is it weird for me to say that if anyone wants to reach out, I'm available? I don't know. Pretty easy to reach. You just said it. So you can all read the story on the front page of ESPN dot com still. It's pretty much everywhere. Backstage, I know you're swamped with lots of stuff, but thanks for taking some time to help us unpack this. And I'm sure I'll see you somewhere down the line soon. Thanks again. Appreciate you man. Thanks for having me. This podcast is sponsored by better help online therapy, the best way to think about therapy is through a bunch of analogies. We get annual checkups and go to the gym to maintain physical wellness and prevent injury and disease. We do chores regularly some of us do to avoid a giant mess of a house. We're going to therapy is like all of the above. It's routine maintenance.
Texas' Abortion Ban Marks a New Legal Strategy for Abortion Restrictions
"Emily i wanna read you from the wall street journal op-ed today which i thought was interesting this supporter of abortion restrictions. In fact getting rid of roe v wade who write this. Texas republicans have handed democrats political grenade to hurt to the antiabortion causes the editorial board pro-life groups has spent nearly fifty years arguing. That abortion is a political question to be settled in the states by public debate. It now texas. They want us the courts by civilization to limit abortion. I do think this law is so frankly odious that more republicans and those who oppose abortion rights should have to own it and i wonder if folks who work in the trenches of the political opinion on this. Feel the same way absolutely chris. Let's start with baxter. The overwhelming majority of americans are on the side of those who want to see and keep rovers wade as the law of the land. That is what keeps women saved. What could people save. Who needed care. This texas law goes too far. And what i would say to your listeners. Your your watchers is. Do you know who your state senator is. Do you know who your state representative is. Do you know who your governor is. And where they stand on this because republican governors. Legislators across the country are looking at this not as a grenade but as a playbook. They're thinking what can we do here in our state to rollback these important rights that affect so many families at emily's list. We're working to hold them to account and i believe we believe that every single member of legislature needs to be asked. Where do you stand on this. It should be asked now. They should be asked to get next year and they will be asked by voters when voters come out just as they did after brett. Cavanaugh was confronted court in two thousand eighteen. They will come out and be held to account at the
Route 66, the Mother Road
"From the first days we started working together. And i drove around a lot to gals in one thousand nine hundred seventy two green dotson roaming the tri county area like buzzing todd minus the corvette through santa cruz monterey and san benito counties in california we were doing oral histories and recording. Everybody who moved cowboys and fishermen farmworkers italian grandmothers. This was in the day of cassettes and as we drove around we always talked about how great it would be to document the roads inside roads. We were travelling so people could just pop in a cassette and listen to the people around them as they drove on through. We never quite pulled off that cassette idea on a large scale but when davy moved east for a while we decided to try the idea out on route sixty six. She'd be driving a lot so that was the start. It was the end of the road. It was the last days surf route. Sixty six as we were traveling. I mean just trying to follow it at that. Point was a you know you drive down. Affronted tro that was the old highway. And then it would just bottom out. And there'd be broken asphalt or cactus. So we're trying to get icon of people from each stretch of the road and mickey mantle grew up on route sixty six. He played baseball team. Known as the baxter springs with kids the scout for the yankees with dr along route. Sixty six looking for up and coming ballplayers and manel hits this home. Run across the highway. And that's part of how he was spotted. So we're going. where can we find mickey mantle. We started to kind sniff around joplin missouri. The mickey mantle holiday inn. And someone said. Oh yeah there's a golf tournament going. On and mickey mantle. One of his sons. Were playing so. I just called the golf course. Said ma'am please speak to mr mantle. Suddenly there was mickey mantle on the telephone. We explain the story to him. And what we're doing in route sixty six and agrees to meet us and poor mickey. He could hardly walk by that time has knees. Were just blown out. Sorta bandy leg walks up one flight of stairs gets in the room. He just gives me a look and he just goes hallo. Did you get my phone number.
Overcoming Addiction in the Restaurant Industry With Mickey Bakst
"All right everyone. Welcome to the addicted mind. Podcast my guest. Today is mickey faxed. And he's going to talk about a little bit about his own story. I think and a little bit about his community ben's friends and how that came to be and everything like that. So mickey please introduce yourself twain into pleasure to meet you and all audience and everybody out there. My name is making baxter's twain said. I am the co founder of an organization called ben's friends which was created to help struggling addicts in the food and beverage industry find sobriety. I am a forty seven year. Veteran of restaurants mostly high end fine dining. I am thirty eight years sober. And i'm going to take it back to ben's friends You know for me in terms of my history. I over thirty years old from sixteen to thirty. My life was nothing but a living hell. I'm not gonna go into details. Orient evolve the story did die from an alcohol and drug overdose on an emergency room table. They found me in a hotel room. After four days of non-stop round the clock drugging and drinking. They opened up the door. Thank god 'cause they didn't know what was going on and they died at an emergency room table as a result of that they found me just in time.
Joy, in the Words of Ron Burgundy
"What i'm talking about. Is that happy spiritual feeling of being alive on earth. Everyone deserves it but not everyone knows how to find it. Joy i'm talking about. I hear you i do. I mean to be honest listening to you and besides like the sound effects in any of that i think ought to be a really helpful. Episode of the podcast. I think everyone right now needs more joining lives and i think that maybe we could you know. Give some people some active tools to help them with. I'm going to tell the how to get joy if you would just shut up. Okay yeah but first we need to understand what isn't bringing us joy right so yeah. Yeah the flipside exactly. I like to play a game with my dog baxter. From time to time where we throw the most plainly joyless sentences we can think of back and forth regular sentences. You might say that. Have no joy in them. It's a lot of fun and you can play at home to. Would you like to play carolina. Yeah i'll try it okay give me a joyless sentence you might say or here in real life okay. Let me think here's one. They're having a sale on tube socks at nordstrom's rack. Oh that's good that's awful and joyless. That's really okay. How about this one. I'm on my way to the dmv. Terrible yes the worst Okay what about this. My name is carolina that c. a. r. o. l. i. n. a. Oh yes spelling. Your name out for. Any reason is the opposite of joy. Here's one baxter. Always says they need to fix that hole in the road. how about. I should try and learn spanish. This bread got wet. The dripping noise is coming from under there. Have you seen the vacuum cleaner. Let's get on a zoom call at eight. Am by need to remember to call the insurance company. This bottle is empty. I'm proud of my tofu. Salad how much gas should i get. I need a new belt. My cat just died. Hold the both their carolina. You cross the line. I the games no fun. If you bring in sickness or
Elon Musk Calls Rocket Launch Regulations ‘Broken’ After Aircraft Delays SpaceX Launch
"To Mission launch was scrubbed after an aircraft entered the Keep out zone. A private helicopter is goals to have the transport emission establishing global communication lines by the end of August, and he says he'll still get there in San Francisco. I'm at Baxter, this is Bloomberg. Rish. All right. Well, let's get back to our guest for this half hour. Kate
"baxter " Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Baxter's in the Bloomberg 9 16 years room in San Francisco. Eddie what? I'm What am I doing here? I don't know The news. I hope. Yeah, thanks that, Biden says the U. S has fallen way behind China and the race to TV. His administration says he has a plan to bring the U. S. R nt back from eighth place. In the world to number one. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is called for a diplomatic boycott of the 2020 to Beijing Winter Olympic Games. House US House, meanwhile, is overwhelmingly passed the bill aimed at addressing hate crimes against Asian Americans. Russia's envoy to the United Nations is walking back comments at a deal to revive the Iran nuclear deal is imminent. Singapore will lengthen the time between vaccination doses to 6 to 8 weeks in an effort to Stretch out a limited supply. Spain Research says Combining doses from AstraZeneca and Fizer is safe and gives high levels of protection. Indonesia has kicked off its privately run vaccination campaign with companies inoculating local employees to try and reach herd immunity sooner in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter, this is Bloomberg. Rashad. All right. Thank you very much. Ed. Let's get back to our guests of this half hour. Phil Tase a sea of taste asset management, discussing the latest on the markets. We were discussing whether this is if this is actually a bubble or not, But you know, with your 30 odd years of the markets here, Phil, I mean, you know, you should be at the spotter a bubble. But again, every bubble has its different main spring's does it not Yeah, So I would say two things Like First of all, there's the idea. Are we in a bubble? And is it in the second one is when will it end? The first one is easier than the second So Really to ask. Are we in a bubble? All you have to do is realize that we're in the top quintile of historical evaluations for the SNP and even crazier evaluations for non income paying stocks. And so then the question is. When does it end and we were managing in the late nineties, the market was over that overvalued for wild powered higher for year after year. So I think the way that I think the way to approach this type of a situation instead of saying it's going to end at any specific time. Is addressed to continue sees every potential falling market. I mean, it's a five year return prognosis 22 times forward on the S and P is 0% per year. That's a problem. Build in strategies to attempt to to, you know, navigate a falling market. Well at the moment, you know you've seen the market do some of this work on its own. It's de risked at the top end with this packs and with some of these disruptive companies like Zoom and you know these types of companies. Some of them are down 40 50% now, admittedly this still up a lot over the last year, But then they have high growth rates and a lot of promise. Do you think that the market can internally digest some of this without some sort of cataclysmic outcome? Yeah, it's possible. I mean, you know you could grow your way out of situations like this, but that it's likely that hasn't been what happens. I mean, we're we're in a way. It's sort of the John Wayne stock market where were either racing higher, erasing lower. That's normally because the Fed comes in and takes away the punch bowl right, But they said they're not really planning to do that. So now can the market do its own work? I long term, I doubt it. So if you're asking over the next six months or nine months, I'd say maybe over the next two years, I'd say no and you know, and in a way, we're not immunized to the possibilities. The Fed doesn't act to defend at the prices. Been so long, since they've been in a position to either do nothing or potentially raise rates in the face of declining financial assets that investors will be surprised, and that could actually be a tipping point. When the Fed ex counter do they have a tally have over the last decade or so. And that could that could create Nikola Mentum that could lead us lower. All right. But Philo in the bigs is awarded to on especial purpose acquisition companies. And these so called specs here is well, which is certainly the moment losing their lust up. Why, and where do you see them going? Well, e think that factor and, uh, generation away further along the you know, irrational pricing regimen from what we saw on the Internet stocks because instead of some buying something that you least now with the business model is And you have a new idea of how you're going to grow these instruments. Really? Just our I'm a smart guy, and I'm going to invest it in ideas or other other stocks that are gonna be great. It's frankly hard to understand, and it's just part of the phenomenon where The primary driver evaluations, speculation. And just the fever pitch of what's going on instead of anything that valid or you can can understand. One of the one of the developments over the past couple of decades. That has kind of created. This is what we've seen with China, and it may be forcing some people into crypto currencies. Do you see? The fears of what's happening with the dollar as big reason why we've seen the crypto rally. Yeah, I think that all these things contribute to it. I mean, just the fact that the said, and federal governments are putting so much money gives sort of like this. Theme of older Could be inflation or conventional currencies could be devalued that but but one of the one of the major things I think that's driving money into or hasn't writing.
"baxter " Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
"I think they listen a lot close more closely and they listened to every single episode. And everybody's on the same page and it's it really is. I've never been a part of something like this before. With all the years i had in radio this is somehow even more special. Yeah it is really special. That's the one of the things. I discovered when i because i hesitated for a while to do patriot and then once i started doing it i was like i didn't realize how much i was gonna love this right. It's it is yeah special. Yeah we have the greatest. The greatest people know we just started Remember where it came from it. We started this thing where we have a section on the patriot page where people who are running their own businesses can them which is super easy idea but already we're seeing so many people you know writing in or calling in and going yeah. I needed some hot sauce. And one of your hot saucer. Yeah i needed an air conditioning repairman and you've got one so it somebody that they feel like they can contact and trust because they're all teabag and that just makes you feel good me. Feels like you really improving their lives by giving them a an option like a community. That's great well being thank you so much for coming on my show i have done. Has it been like ten i loved. I've loved talking to you. I feel like. I feel like we could we. You'll just have to come back. That's all there is to it. I'd be happy that i was trying to remember. Have you. And i never spoken a word to when i think we have because i think that either once or twice i think twice you were a guest on the adam. Corolla show when i was there. That was the only thing i could think. Maybe we cross paths there a little bit like maybe once at the jon lovitz theater and once at that italian restaurant that i'm amalfi excited us very post. I remember senior on the screen and hearing about hearing about the goats. But i don't think we've ever. I think that's the only that's the only time we've pass. Can i ask you one question before we go. Can you give me some advice as somebody who has been because alley in. Ireland is seven months in eight months in right. So you've been doing this for a long time. The one problem that we are finding ourselves having is trying to get more people to know about the show s a huge former audience from the kevin and bean days. Who don't even know that. And i do a podcast so outside of our own social media where we are free to promote it. We don't know how to go about doing it. How do you spread the word about your show. So that is a.
"baxter " Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
"Able to leave our neighborhood from ever since so it's very exciting this time right now because it's just now starting to open up your so far a ahead of us in terms of opening up compared to in the uk we have. We're we still can't eat indoors at a restaurant. It's been since christmas. We haven't been able to do so. This has been a very long very severe locked down but we are coming out of it and we're so excited that we're going to be able to start exploring soon so yeah it was great. It was great to come home. It's you know it's an adjustment anytime you move and especially when you move to another country and the time difference is is real weird to get used to because most of the people i know are hours behind me. What time do you and allie record seven thirty. Am for her. Which was her choice and three thirty pm for me so it works pretty well as a non morning person. I feel that you have really made out. Like a bandit in that arrangement i have i. I don't have any problems with getting up early. My my regular body clock getting up time is around six thirty in the morning. Anyway so it would. It would have been fine with the. I was just really surprised at allie. Didn't say ten. Am would be a little bit more reasonable. But sh- she's had so many years of getting up early kevin being for five years or something and then many more years than that. I think around fourteen or fifty on the news getting up early so i think it must be her body clocks. She's just used to it so it works out and it must be nice for her to kind of be done with the biggest part day so early to. Yeah so you lived in la for a chunk of time right and then you moved up to seattle where you would do the show from seattle. Yes i lived in los angeles for nine and a half years and then in nineteen ninety..
Olympic Athletes Promised Legal Support if They Protest
"The IOC is ruled that athletes who make political or social justice protests at the Olympics well, that they the slogans they say, like a black lives matter will not be allowed. And now the athletes have been promised legal support by a global union and activist group in Germany and San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter, This
US, Japan Leaders Present United Front Against China
"To criticism from both Japan and the US at Baxter covering it all from the Bloomberg 9 16 years from its San Francisco it Yeah, and so it goes, dug. These air policy statements made by Japan's prime minister go she hit Asuka and U. S. President. Joe Biden, mainly about human rights and expansion. China says the statements. Concerns over the Chinese activities are inconsistent with international rules based on law. Now, China's foreign minister says the U. S and Japan stands severely violates basic norms and our gang up to form cliques and fanning block confrontation. Meanwhile, U S
J&J vaccine 'paused' after adverse reactions at Georgia site
"I'm Julie Walker Georgia health officials are temporarily stopping Johnson and Johnson vaccinations at one site in the state after eight people experienced what they're calling adverse reactions but experts caution it doesn't seem to be an issue with the vaccine three other states also temporarily shut sites down Dr Amy Baxter Georgia medical college says it's not the Johnson and Johnson vaccine that's the issue here it's that people taking it are more prone to fainting there's no problem with the J. and J. baxeen there's no problem with safety it's just that we have made it easier for people who don't like needles to get vaccinated with only one shot she says those people go for the J. and J. vaccine the vaccine is very safe and tiny minor side effects are nothing compared to the risk of dying or prolonged illness for Dr Baxter says problems we don't even know covert causes yet I'm Julie Walker
City of Everett pushes back on hate group
"It removed a banner showing a hate groups logo from a pedestrian bridge. Come was Eric Heights reports it was replaced with another sign promoting unity. The banner place without permission on March 23rd Red Reclaim America. With the Web address of the group Patriot front, Kathleen Baxter, with the city's Public Works department tells the Everett Herald it was removed from the bridge overlooking Marine View Drive in a couple of hours. Then, on Tuesday, the city put up a new banner from the same spot displaying the message. All are welcome and average. No place for hate stickers promoting group have appeared around the city in the past couple of years. The city says it's not known to Patriot Front has an active local chapter or of its trying to recruit members.
The City of Everett, NE of Seattle, decries white nationalist propaganda
"The city of ever it removed a banner showing a hate groups logo from a pedestrian bridge couples Eric Hynes reports It was replaced with another sign promoting unity. The banner Place without permission on March 23rd Red Reclaim America. With the Web address of the group Patriot front, Kathleen Baxter, with the city's Public Works department tells the Everett Herald it was removed from the bridge overlooking rain view drive in a couple of hours. And on Tuesday, the city put up a new banner from the same spot displaying the message. All are welcome, and Everett, no place for hate stickers promoting the group have appeared around the city in the past couple of years. Said. He says it's not known to Patriot Front has an active local chapter or of its trying to recruit
North Korea launches ballistic missiles into Sea of Japan
"Say Kim Jong un has launched missiles that have fallen into the sea at Baxter covering it all from the number 9 16 years room. Sanford Yeah, exactly exactly right. Douglas First enforcement, Japan's Coast guard and then confirmed by South Korea's chief of staff of Bloomberg's sherry on we have heard from the Japan Coast Guard, saying that North Korea had fired this time around a ballistic missile. Now this would violate a United Nations ban on ballistic missile launches by North Korea. Sherry saying to ballistic missiles, Japan has said they fell outside the easy And the almost the same time as the launch. The Biden administration issued a statement about the two launches over the weekend of the smaller cruise missiles, saying they were just business as usual. No response from Mr Bayan of the White House at this point to this launch after a rather rocky
James Bond: Goldfinger - Pre-Title Sequence Discussion
"The pre title sequence in goldfinger has set the bar for all future bond films in terms of how the pre title sequence is treated and is so prominent a part of each movie guy. Hamilton was brilliant in encapsulating. All the traits and characteristics of ban from his stealthy nece toughness blunt instrument of the government. Kind of spy. Womanizer coolness dapper nece and determination to succeed at whatever it is. He's doing all rolled up into the pre title sequence goldfinger. This is brilliant. He sounds amazing now. Golfing is considered by many to be the move that set the full relentless chance for be for many years to come. The first phone pray title was from russia with love however that will very much outlining the movie and letting us now that donald red grant wasn't assassin trying to kill james bond the goldfinger pre title sequence on the other hand as almost nothing to do with the rest of the movie. There are two small wins. The first is in the nightclub. I'm we'll talk about that later. And the second east when felix makes bond at the fund. Simple tally miami. Beach bond size on holiday might have now and would put me into the best. How telling miami beach after gratitude. Maybe that holiday was for the job title. It just isn't clear. Most people think the pre pull has nothing to do with the rest of the moment. We in agreement guys go. I think there is a little connection there. And i think we hear it in the nightclub in the pre title sequence. I think that's interesting. Because i saw an interview by richard maibaum and he actually says we thought we'd do this little mini thing in front. That had nothing to do with the movie. So it's kinda weird because they did try to seem to tie it together but as the writer said we did this just to Have some fun yeah. I think he's in miami for two reasons. One am wants him to trace the movements of goldfinger who happens to be there and to its immediately. After completing his mission we assume in central america which is not all that far from miami. So deploying double oh seven on the goldfinger mission might be believable since he was kind of in the area yes. It's true as from russia with love. The opening pre title sequence begins with a dark dimly lit scene. There's somebody walking we see these three. Large cylindrical objects. They kind of look like silos. Who hear the sound of footsteps on the stone. The camera pans back over a building. We start to hear the sound of water lapping the shore of the sounds. Yeah the sound effect. Here is brilliant. Yes it's really only second sound we hear. Is this water noise now. We know something's about to happen on the shore and we have to remember the cameras like our is. It's turning to what catches our notice or intrigues us. So the cameras leading us somewhere. Yeah yeah l. Of the details a small fishing boat perhaps is in the left foreground. Looks like a little fishing boat as the light bays or white structure in the background and perhaps a distant palm tree it looks like against the night sky the touches of warp with some lights that iran break the darkness a chocolate a couple of exterior structure lights just breaks the monotony of the darkness of the scene. So all of this is just beautiful in terms of a picture of what's happening as any greek pre title sequence should do it makes us wonder. Where are we who is there. What is about to happen. The music also is suspenseful other music greed in here because it's kind of suspenseful and then all of a sudden the score changes to these horns so it's kind of jarring. And we see the siegel swimming on top of the water. We have the great water sound effects in this. Short bursts of horns are learning that. Something's going to happen in a second. We know why we see that. The seagull is attached to bonds headgear of his dry suit as he cautiously looks around here moves the headgear and tosses it into the water. A nice splash again. Great sound effects and you see the splash in get is probably not a good idea. Because it's a pretty big splash buddies trying to be clandestine. So what do you guys. Think of this siegel thing it's bond. I mean it's cute. Thank you what do you think of that much of the skies. Someone would have be watching that. Second he said amusing disgracing Will be speaking later on a bit. More about baxter yet start of things. Start to the formula spouse. We say okay we say james bond approach approaches seething. The vote using fight anymore accident coins. This concept gets us twice more in the future. In james bond babies so these prey title has impact. Not only on many pre-title secrecy to comb. Won't on the mind body of gunman these in the gym. I thirty two saline octopussy. Where james bond roger roger. 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Hong Kong elections in China’s sights as Parliament meets
"All lies in Hong Kong on the Chinese National People's Congress coming this weekend, Let's get to it. Baxter in San Francisco, with all the global News said exactly right. Julie at this is a new national security law. Of course, Bloomberg's Dan 10, Cate says over what is being called Hong Kong it election reform. We've heard a steady drumbeat of of things from state run media that they're going to do more to, um, they call improve the electoral system. What That means in realities is essentially that Beijing will put in place people up and down the line in Hong Kong who are loyal to Beijing. He says. It will definitely affect life in Hong
Biden says Merck will help make Johnson & Johnson's Covid vaccine
"In announcing the Johnson and Johnson Merck deal today, U. S President Joe Biden has pushed up the US full vaccination projection by two months, said Baxter has all the latest in San Francisco, Ed. Yeah, that's exactly right. Good math, right? He says. I'm moving up from July to May. We're now on track to have enough vaccine supply. For every adult in America by the end of
FAA Orders Inspections of Boeing 777 Jets With Pratt & Whitney Engines
"FAA has ordered high take inspections of the jet engines on Boeing Triple Sevens if Baxter's got global news, Yeah, exactly right, Paul. These air stranger new inspection requirements to ensure the Pratt and Whitney engines are safe. This after one broke apart, of course over a Denver suburb on Saturday, the FAA says those jets need to be out of service until they get these inspections. It appears there are 69 of these, and service around the globe now grounded.
The Truth About Needle Fear with Amy Baxter, Founder & CEO at Pain Care Labs
"Hey everybody saw marquez's here and welcome back to the outcomes rocket. Today i have the privilege of hosting dr. Amy baxter once again. If you haven't heard our podcast interviews with her one of my favorite guests that we've had on the show episode four twenty six or. She talks about the work that she's doing with her company biber cooled. The product is phenomenal buzzy. Another one episode for twenty six and also at the soda. Five twenty where she goes deep on covid nineteen and some of the things that we should be thinking about just a ton of really good content. Check those out if you haven't already. But she founded paintcare labs in two thousand six to eliminate unnecessary pain. She invented fiber cool. Vibrational cryotherapy for tendonitis and to decrease opioid use and her buzzy device as blocked needle pain for over thirty five million procedures. This is key and what we're going to talk about today around. Kovic vaccination after yale and emory medical school trained in pediatrics. Child abuse and emergency pediatrics. Federally funded for needle. Pain and fear opioid use and neuro modulation research. She publishes and lectures on needles. A needle fear sedation and pain. Scientific contributions include hypnotic enzyme algorithm to time child abuse creating and validating the barf nausea scale for kids with cancer identifying the cause of the needle phobia increase amd buzzy and cool. She spoken on ted man. She's done ted talks bottom line. She's phenomenal and we're gonna talk about some really great things today around cove nineteen needle fear and a lot of her research that he's actually doing and has done and is helping our nation with day with The vaccination so amy welcome back thaw and i feel so. Adhd listening to that list. Well you got a lot on your plate you. You're certainly always keep things interesting. And i appreciate you for that and the listeners. Appreciate you for that so talk to us a little bit about what you've got going on a you know we. We sort of got reconnected. With this topic of neil fear. So why don't you introduce your work. There and the relevance today sarah sure will you know for anybody who's here before the story thus far was that i invented a device that used mechanical vibration to block needle pain got a grant for it found founded. It also decreased other pain. Kinda did some work with needle. Fear needle pain and founded. Americans really didn't care that much. So that's why did the ted talks. That's why did the techs is to raise awareness of the fact that the way we are vaccinated kids causes adults to stay afraid of needles. But because i've got this company in this product i moved on to vibrate wall opioid stuff and all of a sudden needle. Pain is relevant again. Yeah well it is and It's a big deal today because we've got to vaccines available as of now. We've got one more coming with jay and more and more people are getting the vaccine. Many are not and so talk to us a little bit about your research love to hear more about it and how it is impacting people's willingness to get vaccinated sure. Well the go thing is that. I've actually been asked to testify or the art celts. New and services on needle. Fear and needle pain. It had never been an issue before enter. Probably wouldn't have been an issue if the strains of covid nineteen stayed the way they were if the are not if that transmissibility number was at two or even two point five we only would of needed sixty percent of the population to be vaccinated with the v. One one seven with the south african variants all of a sudden. Now you're talking about needing seventy percent seventy five percent of the relation to vaccinated the issue with that is it. Twenty percent of people said they're not getting a vaccine anyway know-how and this means that you need to start working on those people that may get one that not get the second one said. That's where all the sudden it became important to really look at needle. Fear needle dread fainting anxiety. Pain all these issues that may be enough of barrier to someone that they're not gonna get that second vaccine then they're only fifty percent covered or for the people who are gonna freak out and don't get the first vaccine not because they think there's conspiracy or not because they're afraid of the immune system in their body being co opted by space aliens lasers but because they just can't bring themselves to stand gang that
Religious-based coronavirus vaccine conspiracies circulating online
"Of speech, freedom to practice religion, both pillars of American democracy. But those two freedoms have come together on social media in a way that may threaten to spread misinformation about the covert 19 vaccine. Reporting on this in The Washington Post is Elizabeth Dwoskin. She spoke with Cuomo's Tom Cutler. We've heard the bogus claims about microchips and vaccines for months now, But when did that claim and others start to target Christian communities online? Um, well, it's been it's been targeting Christian community is all year really? And but one of them more. Kind of Interesting aspect of this is how some of these conspiracy theories that you may have heard have blended into religious thought, particularly Samora, apocalyptically minded meanies that believe in the end times and you may have seen on Facebook. People talking about how the vaccine contains the mark of the beast, which is a passage relates to a passage from revelations. Um, amount. Facebook has said that they have banned list and in response to my increase Tic tac is so that they banned that hashtag. But it raises a lot of questions around religion, because when I spoke to a lot of people who put off this miss operation, they said that they were just raising questions. It was really just discussion they wanted to have. And actually, you see all over YouTube. On other sites. You see a lot of religious leaders in this country, leaders of churches and ministries trying to debate is that the mark of the beast and so you don't want to throw out the baby with the bathwater. Um In the kind of in his conversation. What about you reporting your piece here that the pope is in favor of Catholics getting the vaccine and other prominent religious leaders have said the same thing. Our social media influencer is getting Maura traction than the pope. Yeah, In some cases. Yeah, That's a really good question, because you have Certain very prominent religious leaders, including a prominent practice leader and the pope. Who, when I had Dr Baxter wanted to get the vaccine publicly, you know to really help this promotion effort. And yet you have combating against it. This tide of misinformation in the rank and file and it is a good question of whether of these leaders. World religious leaders will because they have a lot of authority, you know, and for people who are religious, they're going to have more authority may have more authority in public health organizations. It's from within. Your own community that you can be swayed and I think that's a Really interesting question of whether these religious leaders, combined with the actions of the tech companies make a difference or whether some of these beliefs have already kind of percolated unchecked for the last year. On social media and in many churches around the country. I really wish we had more time to talk about. This is a fascinating piece, and I would urge listeners to take a look at Washington Post Comets By Elizabeth Dwoskin Elizabeth. Thanks so much for your time
"baxter " Discussed on Christoph Trappe: Business Storytelling Podcast
"Podcast brought to you by swisher trap. One gets you one month off. Give it a try. That's what i used to produce the show. And i'm telling you it's a lot of work but it's getting easier the more you do the better you get right. That's not an uncommon practice but today or thing so today we want to talk about subscription models and the book that caught my is the forever transaction that's written by robbie kelman baxter and she's joining us on the show today to talk about how to go about doing that doing the subscription model roddy. How's it going good. Thanks thanks for having me on the show. You bet and i heard you on. I think it was maybe nick. West regard show is that does that sound right. That's why i hurt you. And i thought well i have to steal her for mike show so tell us about the book tell us about subscriptions and you of course you get your own podcast on the topic as well. Why is this an important topic in how people think about it. Yeah so. I've been interested in subscriptions for about twenty years. I had netflix's a client twenty years ago and fell in love with that business model. Because if you're aligning your goals with the goals of the customer and you're building trust with them by solving their ongoing problems or helping them achieve their ongoing goals you get recurring revenue which is kind of a holy grail for most businesses so started focusing on it twenty years ago and continue to find new ways to strengthen business models and new industries and and business models to apply subscription to and of course. We're all familiar with netflix. Hulu all those different channels. I have more subscriptions than i probably ever want to admit on the flip side. You know on the flip side. I've been in companies where they said you don't even know how many software subscriptions we have signed up for that we don't even use so that's of course on the flip side as well. I use some subscriptions as well. I mean especially buffer canada. Some of those and very very happy with them but what companies can actually follow this model. I mean who can who can who can sell subscriptions. Yeah well. I'm sure as as as you have probably seen almost any what i what i always say. Anybody who cares about the customer relationship probably is right for subscription so since most of this audience since most you guys are coming in the marketing world if if your business pays for marketing if they value marketing subscription probably has its place because the whole idea of subscription is optimizing an ongoing offering around an important customer segment. And so if you are helping your customer achieve an ongoing goal you can probably enjoy the power of subscriptions. Everyone wants to move.
"baxter " Discussed on Unsettling Reads
"Like everything and Bides shorted. That is short of being able to conjure up a world class storm like we had here then one thing. Is that A few of the stories at least to the top of my head, two of my favorites, really three There's an aspect of stuff that happens to young younger kids. I if I had to pick an archetype for the types of characters that he has an Awada these stories it's. Young boys from. Not Optimal home lives. Own Lives I think that that's that. If you had to pick one one, then that would be one that would be among the top ones right, and so when you see things happening kids that they don't have a lot of control over, and because this is a book of revenge stories, it's very satisfying to see them deal with those situations in various ways and in different time. Time frames, and whatever so another perfect pairing is anything where you have been in a situation where you see children, maybe not being treated as well as you would like, and this would be a good pairing to like. Lift you out of that, and it's much the way when life is feeling all off kilter. A lot of people will go to marble right because it's just. Oh look everything comes off the wheels, and these movies and people would back together, and it just is so satisfying, and so that kind of thing I think it's nice pairing for that so nice parentis! Stick it to. Somebody got a little bit. We've discussed the cover earlier. Let's discuss the title. Do you find that the title served? Cold was a fitting name for this collection of stories, no better name for this collection of story. I. Don't know what else they could have chosen. It's perfect. It's perfection well. Denser Nicer Alan Baxter. I totally agree after reading it. I just was like. Oh, my Gosh! There's so much payback and revenge in this book which I love as well as..
"baxter " Discussed on Unsettling Reads
"He also has accounts on instagram and facebook. Allen has been seven time finalist in the orioles awards, a six finalist in the Australian shadows, awards and a seven time finalist in the Ditmar awards from those short listings. He's won the two thousand fourteen Australian Shadows Award for best short story, the two Thousand Fifteen Australian shadows, Paul Haines award for long fiction as well as the two thousand sixteen Australian Shadows Award for best collection, he is also a past winner of the age, W A story competition, which is the Australasian Horror Writers Association and now. A word from our sponsor. We're all doing a little more cooking these days, and yes, you've heard that revenge is a dish best served cold, but that doesn't need. It can't be spicy. will cow to hot sauce add a little extra to your next revenge plot? Robin I alternate picks for Books Robin. Why did you choose served cold I actually found Alain Baxter the author observed cult on Instagram. I feel like it's been ages ago at this point, but I began following him and saw when this book was coming out, he had been posting about it and as soon as I saw the cover I fell in love because I am a bird person I. Love Birds of Prey I love Ravens I love anything like that, and so it just kinda called me. Me And I bought the book on the spot. Just went to the Amazon kindle and got it didn't matter I was like I need that I had a handful of books already in my to read stack ahead of it, and I hadn't gotten the chance to read it right away, so luckily it worked out that I got to choose it as my first pick for the PODCAST, so it definitely fits the creepy eerie macabre feeling that I love so I'm happy with my choice right now. And I've already mentioned the cover of how much I loved. It was one of the reasons I snatched up this swick right away, especially the open mouth and the Red Glaring I. Couldn't get enough. So, what are your thoughts on the cover? When I saw this cover I was like. Yes, this is absolutely the most perfect Robin I pick I mean you could not have conjured it out of your imagination any better..
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"baxter " Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"That is you know. He's he's good out of the gate he's he's getting front he you know he clock. You know honey honey nose up and he knows you know He. He knows his strengths and he when he plays to it. So you know. It's it's a winning combination as I said it sends you the detail. The we weren't very hard. It's not easy Dan You know everything has the lineup. And you know we've got a good combination and a great team well continued success and it seems You're well positioned for a great twenty twenty Georgina Baxter thanks again. Thank you not at all. Georgina Baxter and Lady's island first grade at stake win. But of course she'd been racking up Different kinds of listed restricted wins with breath. Lady's island this year as well as pay any price and was a key. Ot as well in the sunshine millions Earlier in the year and and clearly with the kind of experience jazz and the kind of people she worked for seems seems like she can't Omis let's take a break. We're rolling up toward Well that's actually going to be quarter of so I don't want to I guess we'll we'll come back. We'll do some news and and some other results and I also got to give you another pass at the calendar Hammer. said he's already got one hundred hundred and twenty-five oaklawn calendar requests good response from Friday so let's take our last break in the morning we'll come back we'll get tomorrow. We'll try to get Elizabeth noblest tomorrow and talk to her about her breakthrough. Great at.
"baxter " Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"We've got a couple nights Nights years as I said we brought a pain. Prices half brother He's could all private David jet he he he's GonNa looking forward to him running and we've got a another couple you know We've got a couple of two year old runners but as I said you know we got we got some nice ones that we haven't run yet that we're really looking forward to well Clearly with with your background Georgina. A a big future ahead. And with with some savvy owners when it comes to rich and and the matisses that can identify the horses that have upside for claim and then clearly you know developing them whether by purchase or however However they come to you you clearly good hands? I graded stake win and obviously many more to come. I hope say thank. It's not at all an absolute pleasure. Georgina Baxter and the Lady's Island and if you didn't see this I mean I mean how Romeo didn't waste any time took control opened up a lead made everybody panic and just cruised to the wire and the we talk very often about how we get frustrated your genome. We're as we watch. We Watch people riders try to Throttled down a horse and try to rate though. Not Not not when you got speed like.
"baxter " Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Jockey so I and I never used it until you know just the last couple of months I started trying to get into the twitter world because it seems like there's a lot of horsemen that use twitter and you get a lot of information and news about what's going on so I'm I'm I'm trying to jump in there with you guys well done. Aubrey Seventy two seventy two is is her address and I'll send it out today. There's a couple of pictures one of you working and one of have you on amount so everybody can follow Aubrey. She's got one hundred twenty four followers as of right. Now let's get her up to two hundred and Aubrey really fun. Thanks so much. Merry Christmas and we'll see a derby week but the Louisiana Derby Week but will be watching and rooting along. I think you so much. Aubrey Green everybody and a big breakthrough win. And it's been that kind of weekend and and really it's been that kind of early winter with all all the different breakthrough trainers trainers and particularly trainers IMPR- Britney Russell last week and Andrew Learner and Jerry. O'Dwyer we're GONNA talk to Georgina Baxter that something was goofy with her phone but we're going to try her now too and she got her first grade at stake win with Lady's island on Saturday. They've also got to get to Elizabeth as well. Who got the win with were story? It's really encouraging that conversation. I had it Arizona. Oh No last week. You think about that with Matthew O'Connor who's twenty whatever twenty four and starting the these are all these. These are all for the most part. Be Georgina bit around a little bit longer. She's a little bit older But though bliss I I don't think she's thirty Just now Brittany Russell certainly Can't be more than thirty Jerry. Maguire early thirties learner early third. I think he's Swat thirty twenty nine. Didn't right when we talk. Twenty eight twenty nine so plenty of plenty plenty of ice stories. Take a time.
"baxter " Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
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"baxter " Discussed on The Lowe Post
"And they just in some ways, they want the nonsense to stop. And I to you mentioned the Spurs something that was kind of this is kind of a deep cut something that was interesting for me over the last year of working on this. I worked on several stories at once, but I was working on this story about Gregg Popovich in the Spurs like dinner to dinner. Yeah. The food source. So how how the kind of the art of the teen dinner, and how the Spurs of have perfected it. And there were days where I would be on the phone people in around the Spurs organization close to the Spurs, and they would be talking about how much the Spurs. It's about, like treating people as people not just as employee's, but his people and collaboration and coming together at the table, everybody sharing ideas. You know, the, the coaches meetings were you know they go out late and have, you know, wind and they just they talk hoops. And everybody's would would would communicate and share and then later some on those same days and, and what that environment created right? But then later on some of those same days, I would be on the phone with staffers or people close to staffers, and they would describe almost the exact opposite thing of feeling like they run an island. They weren't sure you know what kind of information was being shared. They didn't feel that it was collaborative at all. They felt like the people above them were unilateral manager. Years. And so that the dichotomy of those two things was really striking and it one of the things that reminded me was that at the end of the day. These organizations are just walls doesn't matter. They're I mean, they're location matters there. You know, the prestige the history, the, the all these things matter on some degree. But at the end of the day, there walls, people come into the walls, and what kind of workplace is do people feel like their ideas valued like they can do their best work. I it's a it's a conducive iron two people working together in a central direction towards you know, making the right decision, and being better and all of that. And some of those their basic things to any business and company, and so many of those simple things I feel comfortable in saying, just weren't happening and haven't been happening with the Lakers. And if they get some of those things right? They have so many advantages, they have I mean it's LA it's, it's the brand that they have the history, people want to be here. So if I people were. Saying this to me yesterday there like the Lakers can just do some of these simple, things correctly and get out of their own way and hire people that are competent for their positions, not, because they're part of the Lakers family, but like they're competent incredible. And they're the right person for the job. Then they will be fine. That's literally all it will take. And but anyways, I I'm on a rant there. But the I had to mention the Spurs, you know, Lakers things as you've brought that up because working on some of those days where I get off those phone calls, I was, like, man. This is these, these things are on opposite ends of the spectrum. Well, it'll be very interesting to see where the Lakers go from here. I told you, I would keep you half an hour. We've run a little long sorry about that, but Baxter homes. Everyone is read the piece. But if you have, and it's still, probably eating Spion dot com, and the amount of work that went into it, and the amount of shrapnel, you're, you're going to have to take when you're at a piece like this. I mean, this is is its stomach churning work, read it at ESPN dot com and Baxter, I guess. Oh, sue. Next time on L M. Fran. Absolutely man. Thanks for having me.
"baxter " Discussed on The Lowe Post
"So, so I wanna go inside the making of the sort of like I've talked about, like I've had Dave mcmenamin on. I've we talked about, like Lakers this function for a long time. So here's how I heard about this story. This is how this is how clueless about anything that's going on inside ESPN. I'm so on my own little bubble. I was out to drinks with a source in Optimus city ex like maybe two weeks before the playoffs or late March early April, and this person works for a team that is not the Lakers and said, hey, what does this Baxter home story that everyone's talking about? And I was like, what so you can't acce ter- Baxter. I don't think this person knows you Baxter has this big Lakers, like expose coming out like, well, what is it? What's in it? I'm like, this is the first I've heard of a man you work for you work for one of twenty nine hundred teams and you're telling me, what's happening ESPN. So that's early April. It is now may twenty-ninth the story came out on may twenty eighth. Clearly you have been working on this for a very, very long time in. The interim of me having that conversation and may twenty eighth. Magic Johnson resigns Luke Walton is at least semi fired. Luke Walton is hired by the Sacramento Kings. Luke Walton is the subject of a sexual harassment investigation. Am I missing anything or is that Frank Vogel is hired? Frank Vogel is hired f. Oh, yeah. There's that right. Yeah. So, so as all of this stuff in, particularly, the magic four our impromptu press conference therapy session outside the locker room happens. Are you sitting there thinking the momentum has been taken out of my story? Let's publish it. Now, now my story has changed, like, what is it like to live, that, when I assume version of this is already kind of in the can, and then all sorts of crazy stuff starts happening. It was stressful. There were a number of things that were happening in your, your thinking. How does this change what I have has changed reporting? But at some point, I was just thinking my story is gonna chronicle, what life has been like over the past two years since rob. Irvin a Senate to their posts. And this just goes into it in some ways, I felt that the, the absurdity of some of the things that were happening, reinforced, my stories and then urban goes on our air and describes. Rob is being, you know, the backstabber and the whisper, that he spoke about on the night that he resigned, it, I'll say this, too. So a little bit of backtracking. I started on this story about a year ago after Sports Illustrated did a piece of an expose on the Dallas Mavericks, and the inner workings of their culture, which would troubling a source reach out to me or I, I may be heard from a couple sources. And they said, if you want to take a look like inside a culture that's troubling take a look at the Lakers, and I started making some phone calls and things progressed a lot from there, and it was inch but it was, I can't speak to Hal necessarily words started getting around the NBA. I mean it's the Lakers were ESPN. So those are two fairly high profile. Things. But it was interesting talking to various sources or connecting with new sources and. It one case even a player who said, like, hey wins your story come out wins that I can't wait to read it or things like that. So that was I've never worked on a story, where there was probably as and the amount of texts I got from people over periods of months saying, you know, in, in various NBA circles, asking me when it was coming out when it was coming out was that was something I've never dealt with before. So that was that was definitely interesting. I've never experienced anything like it. In terms of people asking me because I am somewhat adjacent to you is ESPN colleague one is the story coming out. What's in the story? Is it true that x y and z and sort of like, look, I don't know. I'm not gonna as max what's, what's in the story. So here here's an overarching question. How, how do you one of the challenges of reporting a story like this is sussing out? Truth from sour grapes..
"baxter " Discussed on The Vergecast
"Hey, everybody, it's on the verge cast where it's twenty nine thousand nine this week. The biggest texture in the world. It's a little bit crazy. We're gonna have to regular verge cast this week. They're going to be sleep deprived. And a little nutty. They're going to be really fun. And I'm trying to get as many interviews with tech exacts as I can they're all in Vegas this week. They're all willing to talk. Our first interview is with Bill Baxter, the CTO video. You're probably familiar with is the other one of those popular T manufacturers in the United States CS is show about TV's. This is where all the TV news of the year gets made. There's big TV news. This year apple is integrating with smart TV's letting video airplay to and honking on their TV's. They're letting LG do the same. They're putting the items app on Samsung TV's, which is crazy. But I talked to Bill about what it's like to put airplay to home kit onto the TV's the future of smart cast, platform and importantly about privacy. So you may have seen a tweet I had a couple of days ago. I noticed my parents new video TV is sending data's the network ten times more than any other device than. I fi- I asked Bill about this who have says about it. But we really talked about is the business model for smart TD's. And the fact that that content recognition that tracking advertising model is what keeps these TV's cheap and taking it away might make them more expensive. It was a really interesting conversation odd to say this video and what Bill Bill is the CTO video. He's the chief technology officer. He's in charge Busia was a company based in California. They're American company is super candid super real real answers from person who actually makes most of this martinis at sold America. It's kind of wild check it out. Hello. I'm here. Bill Baxter, the CTO vizier Bill under great. Thank you. We're at CS. You guys are back. I it's been years since you were at CS in like a big way you're here. We're actually in video space for the listener got a big space Adare. We just saw two TV's home kit demo what brought you back to the show. So it's actually the second year we've done this venue at the Videira. And it's it is a big step up from what we had done in prior years. Probably. Going way back to like twenty eleven twelve or something what brought us back was. We have a great story to tell and all the people here that we need to hear that story are here. It's not really primarily for press. It's primarily to sell TV's to to retailers. And so we bring them through. We you can see that with this space. We can more conveniently show our lineup and then show how the technology works..