35 Burst results for "Ben I"
Yellen Outlines to Congress Emergency Measures on Debt Limit
"Treasury secretary Janet Yellen has told Congress that she'll start taking emergency measures next week to keep the government from an unprecedented default on the national debt in a letter to house and Senate leaders Yellen said her actions will buy time until Congress can pass legislation to either raise or suspend the debt limit it's been suspended for the past two years but is set to go back into effect at the end of the month if Congress does not act by August second Yellen says additional extraordinary measures will be needed to prevent the United States from defaulting on its obligations that she says would cause irreparable harm to the U. S. economy and the livelihoods of all Americans at the White House press secretary Jen Psaki notes Congress has taken such action dozens of times under both democratic and Republican presidents we expect Congress to act promptly to raise or suspend the debt limit and protect the full faith and credit of the United States the total that subject to the limit currently stands at twenty eight point four trillion dollars Ben Thomas Washington
AP-NORC Poll: Most Unvaccinated Americans Don't Want Shots
"A new poll suggests most Americans not yet vaccinated against covert nineteen are not likely to get the shots at all the poll by the Associated Press NO RC center for public affairs research found forty five percent of the unvaccinated adults surveyed say they definitely will not get a shot in thirty five percent say they probably won't just three percent say they definitely will get the vaccine and another sixteen percent say they probably will those not likely to get a shot express doubts the vaccines will work against the aggressive delta variant despite evidence they do nationally the CDC says fifty six point four percent of all Americans including children have received at least one dose of the vaccine and vaccinations are starting to increase in some lacking states were covered nineteen cases arising including Arkansas Florida Louisiana Missouri and Nevada I'm Ben Thomas
Tourism Is Back but Businesses Are Overwhelmed With Insufficient Staffing
"Good evening thank you for joining us. The people who were cooped up at home last summer have been ear to go on vacations this year but some businesses which were eager for the crowds are struggling. Now we welcome. Abc's deirdre bolton to nightline with this report on the worker shortage the morning july signing on the heels of a worldwide lockdown millions are flocking to the beach but with all that kant's up demand. There is a downside. Businesses are over wealth. It's been different. I've seen things. I've never thought i would see from my life. We are facing a shortage in every industry talked to any of the businesses in downtown with any of the beach areas during the exact same scenario. You don't have the help. Benjamin gray has called this stretch along the atlantic home his entire life working at the bell in and spine rehoboth beach delaware for the last seven years. Nothing compares to the stress. He sees this summer. we've seen unprecedented occupancy levels. The tourism industry in the past year loan has skyrocketed. What is it. Ben like then for you to meet demands. It's now finding the staff to be able to make vets to make the drinks to check people in to check people out to make sure that we have enough people here to take care of the occupancy levels that we're experiencing
House Votes to Evacuate More Afghan Allies as US War Ends
"The house has voted to allow thousands more of the Afghans who worked alongside Americans in the Afghanistan war entry into the United States on this vote the yeas are four hundred and seven and the nays are sixteen the book was overwhelming the bill is passed but Republican congressman Tom McClintock was unhappy with the measure I will support this bill is the least bad option the Democrats have left us he said it would set up a hasty and an adequate screening process but with the US withdrawal in its final weeks the bill's sponsor Democrat Jason crow a former army ranger who fought in Afghanistan said haste was essential the threat to our Afghan partners who served alongside American men and women is increasing drastically every single day congressman Neal Dunn a veteran of the Vietnam War recalled leaving allies behind it still weighs on me the Florida Republican said the U. S. must not do it again please do not abandon friends of America again the measure adds eight thousand more visas to the twenty six thousand already allocated some seventy thousand Afghans have settled in the United States on the special pieces since two thousand eight Ben Thomas Washington
Party Bus Riders Shot in Chicago's 3rd Mass Shooting Wednesday
Part 2 Being a Witness, Storytelling, Play, and Art With Ella Reilly
"Then I have another lovely example of, you know, a child very much taking what they need and knowing what they need. And, and I had this little guy in Iraq and this was ages ago, but he, you know, he had come in and was it was pretty obvious that it was kind of an insecure attachment. So a lot of distress with new people and unable to leave home side. You know, very much stuck to her. Glue, you know, wouldn't move with it were moving and so we, we did a lot of work around that move. Eventually got into sections that are owned and in one of our sessions, he walked over to to my books cuz they helped him quite load off the kitty ones. And he picked up the one. What is it called? A little babies? You come across that one. I haven't. I'm writing it down though. I will babies and I will, I hope you ma'am. Let me grab the the order so it's a really beautiful and yeah, it's called our babies and it's by Martin waddle. And it's illustrated by Patrick Ben Branson. Now it's a relatively old book. I got a second-hand version on Amazon but he picked this up off and the story is is basically about one night. These three baby owls. Wake up and Mom has gone. Okay. And they're, they're in the dark and they're they're in a forest and it's nighttime and and the three babies react very differently. But the youngest is is distraught and very worried and very much just cries out for Mom throughout the book. And and then, of course, mom eventually comes back after they try to comfort each other and, and do all sorts of things. Mom comes back. And I just love her reaction cuz she comes back. And she says, what's all the fuss? You know, she could come back and I remember, he picked up this book, and I read it to him. And he kind of looked at me, when I finished, she looked up at me and looked at the back of the little baby. And put his hand over the smallest owl and then just closed the book and put it back on the Shelf. But that will him, you know, he's, he's not baby owl, you know, as soon as this goes upstairs in high circles, the bathroom work goes to work. He's worried the whole time, you know, where's mom wears?
What’s Making Mid-Atlantic Songbirds Sick?
"The U. S. Geological Survey is recommending people temporarily take down bird feeders and clean out bird baths with mysterious ailment sickening and killing thousands of song birds in the mid Atlantic states the reporting sick birds started coming in late April and it seems juvenile birds may be most susceptible most of the ailing birds have been fledgling blue jays American robins hers here European starlings like this one in common grackles the other songbirds have also been affected the main visible symptoms are swollen eyes are crusted discharge around the eyes as well as off balance movements that may indicate neurological damage scientists are yet to determine the cause but have ruled out a number of viruses that commonly afflict birds early reports came from Maryland Virginia West Virginia Kentucky and Washington DC well more recent reports have come from Pennsylvania Delaware New Jersey Ohio and Indiana I'm Ben Thomas
COVID-19 Cases in US Triple Over 2 Weeks Amid Misinformation
"Covert nineteen cases have tripled in the U. S. over the past two weeks data from Johns Hopkins University sure the seven day rolling average for daily new cases in the U. S. rose to more than thirty seven thousand Tuesday that's up from less than fourteen thousand just two weeks earlier health officials blame the delta variant and flattening vaccination rates the centers for disease control and prevention says at this point fifty six point two percent of Americans have gotten at least one dose of the vaccine doctors report patients are younger than earlier in the pandemic many in their twenties thirties and forties and overwhelmingly unvaccinated I'm Ben Thomas
WHO: 3.4M Global COVID-19 Cases Last Week, up 12%
"Millions more people around the world have contracted the corona virus the World Health Organization says more than three point four million new cases of covert nineteen were confirmed around the world last week that's an increase of twelve percent from the previous week the W. H. O. says the increase transmission is being driven by new variants the relaxation of covert nineteen protocols in the large number of people still susceptible to the virus despite rising vaccination rates the largest increases were in the western Pacific and European regions and the countries registering the most cases were Indonesia Britain Brazil India and the U. S. however the WHO's says the number of deaths continues to decline about fifty seven thousand worldwide in the last week I'm Ben Thomas
We Can Launch a BDS Movement Against Unilever, Too
"Example. The Company that owns Ben and Jerry's. What was it, Mr. Producer? I mentioned it earlier trying to find it. Unilever. Ladies and gentlemen, we ought to determine what products Unilever's selling in the United States and not purchase them. We need to hurt their bottom line. We can boycott, divest and sanction to its a perfect example of what I'm talking about. Divestment campaigns, pressure banks, corporations, local and state governments, religious institutions. Pension funds, etcetera withdrawal investments in in support for the various Marxist movements. Sanctions campaigns. Pressure local and state governments to end taxpayer subsidies and other forms of support for institutions. That ties these various Marxist movements and policies now For instance, people who want to get involved in this Should find out when Unilever has its public shareholder meetings and attended mass. Organized meetings. Go there and make yourselves hurt.
Ben & Jerry's Is Boycotting Israel
"What does that mean? Then injuries. Actions set a precedent that differs from many past boycotts that had made headlines which have often focused on products produced in today, and Sameera are used by the I D. F. The past got winery, located in Sharp Binyamin Industrial Park of the West Bank's area C fought for the right to be labeled made in Israel, even though it was located outside its sovereign territory. So what does this mean? The boycott criteria set by Ben and Jerry's would make any Israeli or foreign company that helps stock a supermarket. With those products susceptible to boycott in other words, that sells that even cells into today and Samaria. The supermarkets, the ice cream parlors or anything would be subject to boycotts. So they want to cut off and starve. To the extent they are able to. People who live in their homeland. Even the European Union doesn't ban the sale of its products to settlements. One need only wander into a grocery store and look at the number of franchise labels based on foreign global companies to understand the gravity of the situation. What's next? Heinz ketchup, Hellmann's mayonnaise, even the newly imported Starbucks coffee that has suddenly graced the supermarket shelves Ben and Jerry's independent border directors. This argue that its intention was to boycott Israel and that it opposed the decision. Parent company, Unilever and the Ben and Jerry's CEO to limit the boycott solely to occupied Palestinian territory. Quote unquote Occupied Palestinian territory.
Ben & Jerry's Show How Radical Leftists Use BDS Movement
"I want to go through a few examples. Welcome, by the way. Welcome. Of how the Democrat Party and their enablers and surrogates never give up. And how they use almost anything. Even the criminal law. To try to acquire power. Keep our crush their enemies crushed their opponents even And why it's important for us really to start. Organizing and pushing back. As we are, and we will. Let's start with this one. Ben and Jerry's Ben and Jerry's. All It is, is an ice cream there was starting in Vermont. Too radical kooks. And they sold their little Ice cream stand. I know it's not an ice cream stand. To Unilever. Don't want to read something to you. This is just one of several today. But it's nonstop. And this is this one's from the Jerusalem Post. Ben and Jerry's Israel boycott a BDs game changer. Five reasons why boycott divest and sanction Now those of you who have the book there's hundreds of thousands of you know who do have the book If you look Halfway into the last chapter on the action issues. We choose liberty, which is push back. You'll see. One of the first things I say is, we need to use the BDs movement intolerant to our purposes and use it against our enemies.
Israeli PM Vows 'Aggressive' Action Over Ben & Jerry's Ban
"Israel's prime minister vows aggressive action over a Ben and Jerry's brown Naftali Bennett spoke to the head of Unilever off to its subsidiary Ben and Jerry's announced it would stop selling its ice cream in the Israeli occupied west bank uncontested East Jerusalem but his office has quoted him as saying that Israel will act aggressively against the clearly anti Israel step the announcement was one of the highest profile company rebukes of Israeli settlements in the west bank and East Jerusalem terror trees Israel captured in the nineteen sixty seven but he swore I'm Charles through this month
Megan S. Smith on the Inspiration Behind Her Film "bOObs"
"Lead you to create such a controversial film like boobs. My my husband passed away from cancer. Twelve years ago and i had three dear friends die of breast cancer and i started to make a film about alternative cancer therapies and when i noticed ten minutes of my ninety minute film whereas on breast cancer screening mammography mostly on what we could be doing instead. I stopped editing other film and put out this one a short and then it got this one got picked up as a by a distributor out of la they said expanded into ninety minutes and will distribute it for you. So so. that's what happened awesome. That's awesome now before this whole issue with cancer came into your life. Were you like the average woman who would go for mammograms and screenings like everybody else. I was idea. Remember the last time i had a mammogram. Which is probably before. I started filming probably about seven years ago now in a standing there and getting breast radiated in it's hurting lang cac. Is there squishing it. And they're like. Oh we have to keep squishing a little bit more on like no. Don't this is really painful. And they kept compressing. Unlike that's it. I am done. I gotta find some way. And luckily i was talking to ben johnson now deceased unfortunately but Ben was the one who said yeah. Mammograms nanna now more radiation than they're letting on and look at this democracy for an ultrasound together so i did really
Jamie Lynn Spears Shares Peace and Love Message
"Lindsay is responding to a message really a slam from her sister. Britney so jamie. Lynn posted a very vague message about peace hours after britney post a very harshness. Age aimed jamie lynn. Also at their father. Jamie lynn read. The following quotes. Made the peace of the lord be with you and your spirit will that came just one day after day. Put a very very lengthy. Ah profanity ridden posted on instagram. Don't worry we're not going to say the naughty words on this jaipur you'll get the gist. Britney right the following crowds for those of you who choose to criticize my dancing videos. Look i'm not going to be performing on any stages anytime soon with my dad. Handling what i what. I do what i say. Even i think i've done that for the past thirteen years. And then she went on to point the thing directly. A- jamie lynn has is saying quiet which. I don't like that. My sister showed up at award show and signed in capital letters. My songs all this comes after britney put up a post. It was more vague this one. But i think it was directed towards jamie lynn cooling people righteous for support in hanau but basically ignoring her for the last thirteen years.
Los Angeles Hopes New Mask Mandate Will Reverse Virus Spike
"Residents of Los Angeles county are being required to wear masks indoors again regardless of their vaccination status Hilda so lease is chair of the Los Angeles County Board of supervisors she tells ABC's this week with George Stephanopoulos in the last few days we're up to almost nineteen hundred cases and over four hundred and sixty individuals that are now in our I see you units this is very disturbing and of course as responsible lectin officials we have to do something silly sense I'm not pleased that we have to go back to using the mask in this matter but none the less it's going to save lives and right now that to me is what's most important other counties in California are urging people to wear masks indoors again but not requiring it I'm Ben Thomas
Biden Pledges Appeal of 'Deeply Disappointing' DACA Ruling
"President Biden is pledging to appeal a federal judge's ruling deeming it illegal I don't buy my error program that's protected hundreds of thousands of young immigrants from deportation the deferred action for childhood arrivals program has allowed thousands of young people who were brought illegally into the United States as children or overstayed visas to live work and remain in the country many of the recipients commonly known as dreamers have now been in the U. S. for a decade or longer Friday's ruling leads to program intact for existing recipients but bars the government from approving any new applications in a statement president Biden calls the decision deeply disappointing saying it relegates hundreds of thousands of young immigrants to an uncertain future he says the justice department will appeal the ruling but urged Congress to move forward with legislation to permanently protect those covered by the program Ben Thomas Washington
Biden grappling with 'pandemic of the unvaccinated'
"Cases of covered nineteen in the U. S. have tripled over the past three weeks and hospitalizations and deaths are rising among unvaccinated people Dr Sander Kimberly at the Ochsner Medical Center in Louisiana says it's the fast spreading delta variant that's infecting people but we're very concerned about is unvaccinated individuals making more variants that perhaps are more resistant to our vaccines are some of our treatments are antibody therapies and so again it's the fear what's coming next is the reason people should get vaccinated White House virus response coordinator Jeff signs says there are some hopeful signs in the vaccination rates in the past week the five states with the highest case rates Arkansas Florida Louisiana Missouri Nevada at a higher rate of people getting newly vaccinated compared to the national average Ben Thomas Washington
"ben i" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
"So you grew up in the DC area a ticket. I was bought a DC lived there for seven years. And then we moved to a Bethesda Maryland which is like five minutes outside of Washington DC two people. No one person that I went to college with and his friend who I also know are from Bethesda is a big them. I think it's like fifty thousand people. That's actually not that big Tiny But midsize, right? What was your childhood? Like my childhood was very athletic because I was not allowed to play video games own. I was not allowed to have a set-top video game system. So I could play computer games when I was done with homework. I could play Game Boy on travel pass when I was done with my homework, but I was not allowed to play video games Nintendo Sega Genesis Super Nintendo. I was very upset about it, but I did birth. Weird nerdy hobbies and and maybe even a contributed to my love of government I guess but I found other ways to preoccupy my time other than playing video games..
"ben i" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
"Was a consent decree that the the Republican National Committee could not organize Finance encourage poll Watchers of anything else. Nature for thirty-five years. Unfortunately that expired in 2017. So this is the first presidential election since the expiration of that quote unquote consent decree that the Republican boss isn't Bound by that and they have announced an initiative a few months ago to recruit 50,000 poll Watchers and and use 20 million dollars to finance the the these people watching the polls make sure nothing quote unquote nefarious is going on. So that's what I think you answered. My question was going to be what is a poll Watcher. So poll Watchers are supposed to be like Hall monitors for voting off their actual. So there is there is a technical use of poll Watcher in the sense of like lawyers, like sometimes nonprofits will send like the ACLU will send a lawyer to a polling place to make sure it's running smoke in people's constitutional rights are being infringed. So, you know that would fall into the category of poll Watcher the poll Watchers I'm talking about that are you know being reported on right are people who aren't necessary. The lawyers and just parts of like members of a militia just showing up to a polling place with guns and intimidating people from casting their vote through violence intimidation. That seems so illegal. It is except that because of the Second Amendment in service dates. You can have open carry some states. You can't so it depends on the state. But if you're not threatening people with anything, you're not even holding it you just are having it in your holster and standing there, you know you the argument could be made that you're not intimidating anybody but you know, these situations could go south quickly. There could be a confrontation. There could be actual violence on Election Day and you know, unfortunately this country hasn't happened in a long time. But this country does have a History of Violence on Election Day. Hm when was the last time was 1981 was there actual violence or intimidation? I don't know if there was actual violence, but I do know that it successfully intimidated people away from the polls, which is what led to the the court case..
"ben i" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry
"Yeah and I watched him in the sometimes it's still see but I don't. Get it among dogs, move it because I got sore thousand my house even even there I'm often mystified on the other hand. We're able to maintain large parts and let's do. Another. Yeah. Yeah. Are We know that we don't WanNa cut them into little pieces against needed locking them in cages is bad. We can. We should leave some trees We don't have to empathize with every aspect of squirrel ethics in culture. In order to be able to provide the context in which they can manifest ethics and culture in. It's it's enough that we give a shit about allowing them to maintain their autonomy ethics in culture. They don't have to get all the details and I think that's That's the same way with the singer Agi and the human race. The super agi wants to allow humans to continue to operate and do their thing. It's really smart. It's going to be able to do that. It doesn't have to understand. Exactly how much we feel we owe our first cousin Russ are great uncle. End. I will say I can share optimism in that idea I have my fingers crossed Ben that the very notion of sort of the sovereignty of the little things from the perspective of the big things is not itself anthropomorphic and I? I hope deeply that it is I know that that's all we have time. But hopefully today people have got a deeper perspective on the benefits the decentralized side of things, Ben I. Appreciate you sharing it with us. So thanks for being able to join us on the PODCAST author. Of a cool things to think about. So look forward to the next. Special AI futures episode I. Hope You enjoyed our material here with Ben Gerstle next Saturday is going to be episode twelve of twelve of our AI governance series will be wrapping it up with Hugo to guarantee. So we was writing about the intergovernmental implications of creating artificial general intelligence back in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, nine. This is someone who's been thinking about this for an inordinate period of time almost as long as I've been alive on so it's great to have Hugo. Is Our capping session talking about the long term consequences in terms of governance for creating strong AI, artificial, general intelligence this coming Tuesday. We're going to be back at it with our normal rigmarole of business related topics. A I use cases kicking back in in three days join us here for Tuesday there and otherwise look forward to having you with us in our last episode in the Special Future. Series. Next Saturday so all the best and I'll catch you in our next episode..
"ben i" Discussed on Office Ladies
"For three hours. I'M GONNA get three hours of work out of you. So now you have to go answer phones and because Oscar is nowhere to be seen even though has returned. Do we shoot this out of origin? Why isn't Oscar there I don't know because the traveling salesman in the return were shot in October. Yeah, and this was shot in. January. So it doesn't make sense why Oscar isn't they? So Anyway Dwight Brings Elizabeth to accounting to sit in Oscar seat Elizabeth is. Overwhelming Angela and she's like. Like sort of like this Elizabethan like sanding myself. Well, here's the thing she complements your baby poster. It doesn't matter and it doesn't matter I. Know She really is she's a fan of baby jazz like your character is. But a lot of people wrote in Sierra Tiffany, Camille, and KRISTA. are like, what is the baby poster doing back up? Angela did your character put it up when Oscar went on his sabbatical? That's what they WANNA. Now I love this theory I fully support it the minute Oscar left she's like my poster is going pick up meanwhile Ben Franklin AK Gordon is hitting on Pam Reception Andy set a little bit about listen his audio clip. So. Funny. So funny and now Michael doesn't know what to do. He feels like he's cheated on Jan he talks had been Franklin once Ben Franklin's advice Ben Franklin Slash Gordon Basically says I. Don't think she needs to know this information and Michael is like Ben Franklin. You're kind of a sleazebag and you guys, Ben Franklin. was kind of bag with women he like Was If you look at up he. Just. He like literally slept with so many women and there's one thing that's inaccurate in this episode though in this episode, you know he had a child with one woman who was not his wife and in the episode. He says that like she didn't know. That he had he he sort of says to Michael Like I fathered a child and I never told my wife about it but that's not true. Actually his wife raised childlike her oh my gosh his wife Deborah was a saint I'm going to say and she put up with Ben's bad.
"ben i" Discussed on Office Ladies
"Comedic actor who played Ben Franklin in this episode yes. Are you tell them what we got? We got some audio clips and they're so good. He is so funny Jenin I love these Andy. Thank you for sending them in. Here's the thing you might know Andy. Daly from Veep Reno nine one one modern family comedy. Bang Bang eastbound and down he studied and performed Improv with the upright. Citizens. Brigade. We have a very interesting little thing in common. and Ian I what both of our first television credits were for spin city way it's been city with Charlie Sheen well, I did the Charlie Sheen one but he did the Michael J. Fox one right there were two. Yeah. Well, guys we asked Andy how he got his role in the office and he said he got it the old fashioned way he auditioned. For Allison Jones are casting director, but he had a funny story about his audition and I meeting. Alison. Here's what he had to say, hello, this is Andy Daily being your cues about Ben Franklin. Here's my story about Allison Jones win the UCD theater opened in Los Angeles. We were doing ask cat every Saturday and Sunday night that's a fully improvised long-form show. Up Show and I was in it, every Saturday and Sunday, and we acquired a superfan this a woman who was just seem to be at almost every show and we got to talk to her a little bit during the show and a little bit after the show and she just seemed like such a sweet nice lady who was just a real like Improv superfan and then. I got an audition for this role, of Benjamin, Franklin in the office and I went to the audition, the casting director was that lady. So I always said that that. Speaks. So well of Allison Jones that she is like somebody who goes out to shows and is a comedy fan and that's why she is the greatest casting director probably town for comedy she she casts all your favorite comedies and that's what okay. But yes, I audition and by the way when I got that audition for Ben Franklin, I thought well, I'll go because why not I got nothing better to do but they'll never hire me to play Ben Franklin because I was in my mid thirties and in the Good. Shape of my life I mean like I got a swimmer's body..
"ben i" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"Welcome Senator Special Edition of Thirty one thought the podcast Geoff. Miracle. Longside Elliott Friedman and this was a really special interview and I'm glad we had a chance to talk to Ben Cooper before he got on a plane and made his way to Denmark to coach hockey. Again, Ben is a former video coach with hockey Canada video coach with the Florida Panthers and video coach firmly the Vancouver canucks as well. He's now a head coach in Denmark and he's a really interesting guy. We always talk about you know young up and comers and we Had Riley Armstrong on a while ago, and we talked about him last week and his work with Sean Day in the Maine Mariners of the H Allen Ben. Cooper Elliott is another one of those people you're probably going to hear more from sooner than later and a real, not just an upper incomer but like either go-getter passionate all in hockey guy a really good storyteller to you'll hear from this interview he sort of been around a lot of big situations and it's allowed him to accumulate knowledge and experience in high pressure situations and I think that really helps you. I I got to know Ben couple years ago. The coaches site has an annual conference in in July and a couple of years ago it was in Toronto. It's It's called the team snap coaches conference and I went and I did one of the events for it and I went and sat and listened to it and it was really good like there were a lot of really good guests and presenters and remark Crawford's daughter Katie went out and she. She's she was twenty five or twenty six at the time she talked about her studies which were reaching millennials and all of the coaches no matter what they speaking to came up after just to ask more questions but the presentations were were really good and then last year they had Peter Deboer and Mike Kelly who was assistant coach in Vegas Prior Gerard Gallant getting fired Mike was there with them and they watched and talked about the game seven comeback for San Jose. And Craig Constants of the athletic did the interviews and it was riveting and they what they do is they put all these things online and there's a membership for it and it's it's the coaches. Site is the website and they're going to do something in September this year because obviously you can't do anything in July on two separate weekends, but if you're a member. You're allowed to go on site and look at any of the archive videos and I've done that from time to time I remember those one game we were doing with Carolina and they'd a good penalty kill and they'd Steve Smith breakdown of Carolina penalty kill on there now used it during a show. So that's how I got to know. Ben. But his storytelling is excellent. So enjoy it Hope you do as much as we enjoyed talking to Ben and we wish him the best coaching herning Blue Fox. In Denmark, here's Ben Cooper on thirty one thoughts the podcast. Elliot. Molesters here this interview with Ben Cooper. He will be on a plane on his way to Denmark where he's taking over the coaching responsibilities for the herning Blue Fox, he's a former video coach, the Vancouver canucks former assistant coach for the Florida Panthers hockey Canada video coach as well. Ben joins us now and Ben for people listening to US right now. You're probably on a plane as this is entering their ears. What does the last twenty four hours of your life been like? not too hectic. Actually have had a lot of time off over the summer two extra months in fact so I've had a lot of time to prepare and basically just seeing a lot of family and friends and saying goodbye and tiring my dog out. So she's a nice and relaxed for the nine hour flight. That's awesome. All right. So the dog's going with you. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. She goes we're kind of dog she's a golden doodle That's awesome. Yeah. Now, do you buy the dog a seat or does she go in a Kennel I? Wish she could find X. men she's a I. Don't think you can fly with him in the seat for intercontinental flights social be in the cargo hold in a crate. Okay, see. Elliott. Elliott doesn't understand this because Elliott flies first class. So Elliott people like me stay in the back with the golden doodle while Europe up stretching your legs in the front. Actually I got news for you the Golden Doodle should be up front with me and you should still be on the back. So ben there's there's a lot of places we want to go with you I but you know I think that when you you do this, you go with the lead and he gives the biggest story early my favorite. Introducing. You to a lot of our listeners and my favorite story vote you is team Canada video coach two, thousand, ten Vancouver and what happened in the celebration after Sidney crosby scored the Golden Goal Right. So we obviously all celebrated and we went out on the ice all the players out there the staff Ron. There were kind of on the bench and that we jumped out to take the photo the. Team celebration photo on the ice that is now an iconic team photo and so after that photo was taken with sort of I'm walking back to the bench Sydney approaches me and skates up next to me that Heya. Coup can you We get back into the room? Can you show me that the goal again like I I don't remember what happened in a while and I'm like what? And he's like, yeah, I locked out I. I, have no idea how how I score is if it was rebound or what if a shot at or what happened he literally had no idea. The moment was just so great and overwhelming that he just blocked out. I find it really on brand that the first thing that crosby. WanNa do is video work his goal right after that thing goes in your. Like honestly that varies Sidney crosby star while everybody's you know out there on the ice when we think of the the women with Champagne and the beer and the cigars on the ice and everything was having a great time and crosby wants to do video he's very, very crosby story. Is it not Ben? Yeah I. Mean He's He's just a a student of the game always and just obsessed with getting better. So I mean, he didn't really WANNA study at to say for a long period of time. He just more wanted to see you know quickly how how he score because he was curious I. Guess 'cause he just had no idea. But yeah, he sure enough we got into the room and quickly showed it to him and he was like Cool, how would you break that down? Is a video coach because there the way that I looked at that goal is and I don't know this is must be just be instinct on crosby's on Crosby's part. The minute that it seems as if Ryan Miller commits to the poke check like his hand is going up the shaft of his stick. So he's committed to snap. Oh, the voodoo stick. That's when crosby fires it in. An even know if you asked crosby. If that was he was thinking and that's what he did but it just seems like like that's how you would break down the play as an amateur video cheer Ben Geoff Merrick and that's how I would have read that. How would you read that? Yeah, I mean, I, didn't..
"ben i" Discussed on Drilled
"Phone cut out a little, but he asked me what he could do to get his money back. I wasn't sure what to tell them beyond what I always tell people when I'm reporting. That may be together. We can bring some attention to this, and maybe enough people will notice and something will change. I had no idea how hard that would be. I didn't know that there are thousands of people like Ben all around the world. I didn't know that the way some of them were pressured into buying land. It wasn't just unethical. It was illegal. I didn't know that people in the past had tried and failed to put a stop to it. I told Ben I would try to figure it out. Okay. All right. I'm really glad you emailed. Thank you so much for talking and I will be in touch very soon early..
"ben i" Discussed on The Ziglar Show
"Ben I had you on the show. It's actually been over two years ago. I didn't realize it's been that long on your facebook. Willpower doesn't work and I am a fan. I was thinking about it if if I had a dollar for every time I've mentioned on a show I'm looking for credit here. At least be a good. Dry Red One. I think you actually sent me. Copies shared them with my family. A fan of that book, and now you come out with personality isn't permanent. You've got a PhD in organizational psychology had to look that up and seem to be taking some of the tenants of personal development to task. What was the catalyst behind that path for you? Like the Path Gentler this specific book well, both of them 'cause they're both Kinda. Hit Willpower and personality man, those are those are like pillars of personal development, and you're your baton atom. I don't really try to be like someone who's just like picking away things, but I do think that. You know there's a lot of inconsistencies and I try to find true principles, but also true science. You know what I mean and I try to find the most effective way to do things, and sometimes that means like shining magnifying glass on some of the areas of weakness in people's perspectives, or just where there's literally no scientific back to prove it and so. You kind of have you know I? I like doing that. It gives me something to angle my thinking office, and obviously with this book personalities in permanent. There's a lot of pervasive kind of from my perspective. Destructive ideas really can limit people's perspectives. Insides felt like I needed to put those things in the forefront well going to get into that just a second here I did look at your facebook page and I don't know if you or promoting the book or even if it's just the folks like me, who are you interviewing you, but there's a lot of hey. Ben Is taken on the two billion dollar personality profile industry, and I do I like the contrarian approach because it's. Sometimes. We do need to shake things up and as you look at that as you look at personal development I mean do these come from I mean. Do you find yourself some? Frustrated, the right word with what you said. What is the purveying tenants of personal development? and Are you looking at those? They're not working, or you're frustrated with how it's leading people astray, sometimes no, no, not always I! Mean I I actually think that a lot I I love Personal Development I. Mean Love Ziglar one of my favorite quote. That your input shapes your outlook that your outlook shift your performance so I'm a I'm a huge fan of personal development, but I feel like it's important to try to go to the next level. It's not enough just to keep repeating. What's been said I? Think you need to take thinking to the next level. So you have to dig real quick before we dive into the book on just you and your work. I mean you have been literally the top the number one writer on medium for years, and I looked recently I even typed in the top medium writer and your face was like the right there in the middle. When you look at that as we have so many people who are writers who are aspiring writers, speakers authors presenters. So I'm curious to just on that you did well, and you had a pretty fast trajectory, and so we're talking about the topics here of you know maybe not necessarily contrarian approach kind of poke in some of the norms here. That's the content, so there's obviously the content you right. There's also the way that you write it so I. Look at just that guy. She's a top medium. It's a big deal what would you? What would you attribute it to? I mean if somebody says okay, look, I wanna do what you're doing. Ben What do I? Do but attribute it to some. Things. So I started writing massively like I started. Putting my information out on the Internet back in two thousand fifteen, I'd actually decided five years before that so in two thousand ten that I wanted to be a writer I was serving a church mission, and that mission actually totally blew my mind and got me interested in psychology in the first place, but it took like five years for me to actually start learning. To conceptualize a goal into conceptualize a process in you really need a goal and process to have motivation and so for me. I I got committed the idea that I was going to become a professional writer. It's just during the first year. My PhD program, and so once I kind of clarified that future version of myself as a writer. Than I was like I is zoned in on the goal, which was a six figure book deal, and so everything I did was to approve that end goal is the thing that shapes the process. So like I started riding in educating myself from the perspective, I learned that in order to get a six figure book, contract or more, you need at least a hundred and fifty thousand subscribers so like why was like I was like okay? I need to write at the level where I can get that many email subscribers I didn't know how to do it, but that was the mindset that I had going in as far as like my process of writing I've journaled. Intensely since two thousand, probably two, thousand, eight, hundred I started that on the mission, and I've I've filled stacks at sexy journals I feel about I feel about. Every single month and journaling really just helps me to get comfortable writing in a flow without editing myself. I do have like you know pre writing routines. You know where I would like meditate gray about what I'm writing about I for me. A lot of it's about putting yourself into the right frame of mind before you right in getting the structure right so for me a lot of with what's the main idea trying to present here in water like the three to five ideas if I can have that, which is what I would consider like skeleton, build the bones. Then is all have to do is put myself into the right frame of mind which you know journaling exercise, prayer meditation, and then Just Bang I just right as as honestly and isn't intensely as I can. And I just let let let the structure guide me and don't ever ever at it myself and I just put more and more stuff out and a lot of this stuff that I write. you know a lot of stuff that's gone extremely viral I didn't expect to go viral, but one of the things that really was an initial good teaching that I got was to write stuff I liked the book by Cal Newport. which is so good, they can't ignore you so like I've just always thought if I can examine what's out there and I understand the field you know as far as the topics that are being written about on subjects of right stuff in a way that so good at can't be ignored. I can get really good at marketing it. It's GonNa. Be Successful so that when I was reading this book, I genuinely believe that it would eventually won't be ignored because that's the mindset I had going in just like. How can I make this so good at it literally can't be ignored well, obviously, very little of your writing seems to be ignored as people are reading it in droves, and you're ranked as high as you are when you. Look at it. Your Business Model we do have and again I know jumping behind the scenes on the topic here, but we have so I love it when we have so many entrepreneurs, so many business people so many people who want to so is your primary business model today from a revenue standpoint. Is it writing specifically or go ahead? What else is? Now like I mean. I'm getting multi. Figure does at this point. I get paid. You know thousands of dollars just for like page views on medium as an example, but I mean I have over three I have a email list of over three hundred fifty thousand emails, and so like I, have various programs and I've got like a one thousand dollar annual program, which has fifteen hundred people in it you know I I have. Lots of different tiers of things that occur so I i..
"ben i" Discussed on The Viall Files
"Really was a couple months ago. Where you and I set sat down on this podcast and kind of unexpectedly started talking about envy, and and just the the heaviness to seeing what people are doing on social media and on Internet and what we felt like we weren't doing. And that led you and I to offline kind of conversation, be like Hey, can I lean on you. a little bit especially in this time and you know for this whole process in general of of the show, and and what life looks like in an entertainment. And your friendships a lot because I mean it's been multiple times since then that I've texted you saying Nick I need your opinion on this nick. I'm confused over this nick. What what do you? Can you, can you help me talk to Rachel? You know just like those things and you've been there and what it shows me is one of the cool parts through it. All is like I. Think we're getting a good taste and I have it with my buddies that have known forever right? You take that for granted, but you. I'm getting a good taste of what a good friendship looks like as adults especially in a world of that constant, you know. Opinion coming at you in it and I've really appreciated. It made me a better man over the last couple months in an in a more informed man, and I really do. Enjoy that so thank you. Thanks Ben I. Appreciate Your Friendship as welling right. I mean it's I will I. Don't know if I've ever said this. Especially the bachelor people. The show airs. You see friendships. People posting on social. People who go on the show now I, just say hey, listen your friends right now. You don't really know who you're GONNA be real friends with from the show until at least a year. Removed from your season because there's too many. Variables that are playing into the friendship now that you don't know if you guys are even compatible as friends, let you know and that's not to say. They're good or bad people. It's just you just don't know. if you jive or or or the sincerity of the friendships, you know you always sometimes, they're like Oh, I haven't really heard from that person in a while. How convenient but? You're right you know talking about adult friendships are very different than than friendships when we were younger and And you're right. It's just I've always valued loyalty and trust, and you're right. You're someone who? Likewise I, you know you can go to and and bounce ideas off. When you talk about envy and Jealousy I know you. You're very sincere about that, but. I Know I've been envious and jealous of you so sometimes. It makes me feel better just to hear you telling me that. Hasn't been a time where you're just like I'm down and I'm like. Oh, well at least bends feeling down I feel better because he's living in my world, and having that vulnerability with someone trustee, even especially with guys for man to man just be like Can I say this to this guy who was my friend or YOU'RE GONNA? Make Fun of me or like? Call me a was sir, or whatever, so it is nice to be able to have a friends like that especially people who? I mean very few people can relate to me the way you can, so that is that is nice to have in my life especially during this time, and that's one of the one of the greatest things to is. Especially during this time you need people who can relate with you to sit there beside you and say hey, you're not alone. I get it. We're we'RE GONNA work to get through this? It's important I know you gotta going any final thoughts are. Is it too soon to talk about the book been working on? Yes too soon. Melbourne wrote a book. So you know coming out someday? like you're hurting here. I I will say it's like the longest you know how I mean. Eighteen months and The. Yeah, it's been a lot. But I can't go into much now. Goon soon. Biggest thing ever done No I, mean I think the the final thoughts are. Is Really. What I hope people listening are. Are doing all right I'm seeing a lot right now especially today. As. It just feels like today's a as a day where you get on social media right now. You can try to get your idea of where the world's at and it just feels like. There's a lot of I'm getting a lot of messages to me too of like. Hey, things feel chaotic. Things feel confusing. Things feel lonely. I'm I. I don't know where to turn. I don't know where to go. Things feel like they're changing so fast and. I just. Man I'm with them like there's a lot of unknowns right now, and there's a lot of learning and processing walking forward the best. We can one step at a time and so for me. It's not as much as sitting here. Being like. Listen to what I've done right now. Listen to what I'm working on. It's mostly what I'm working on is just trying to take the next best step. All the time. And and I feel like that's right where I'm supposed to be like I, I really feel like that's exactly where I'm supposed to be right now is just listening learning. And trying to do my best to help in her so. Totally. I really agree and that's. It's always helpful to hear and same with myself, too. I mean a lot of this is. Saying what you're listening learning and then recognizing I think the most interesting thing you said. And it's not surprising, but interesting to say like when I was twenty six or twenty five years old, I thought the really only Christians in America What a wild thing to say and admit, but also honest and I think you're not alone by thinking that and. And being Christians great, but just recognizing there are people in this world who are different than us, and it's not a scary thing to learn and listen and. Even the things that you know the me too movement recently. You're even recent stuff. It's been the news in terms of even more about privilege in terms of culture, and and what women have to go through. We keep getting reminded of the things that are out there and. We just gotTA continue to Keep listening, because yeah, you're right. It's a scary world. Because he got this call out culture, and then, and then everyone's like on edge to about like people getting called out and people, your fans of and they wanted to. Everyone's just on edge. You're right and I think it's nice to hear you say just let us take a step back and. And with great intentions. Tried to to move forward and and I think that you know I'm glad to see just to put a nice bow on it even someone like a Livia was able to take this traumatic experience and turn hopefully into a positive thing and yeah. I hope anyone listening. Maybe even send Olivia Nice Little Note. You'd be surprised how much she might appreciate that. Because yeah. The chicken fucked up a little bit sometimes. Yeah, that'd be great. It would it would. It'd be a big deal so nice little gesture. They'd take somebody one minute. Just send her a little. Hey, you're awesome. Unit few. You know just say she's. She's great. Well, Buddy, I always appreciate you coming on I love Ya thanks for your friendship Where can people find you? They haven't found you already. Yeah. higgins dot been on instagram. Been Hagi on twitter. you know I would love your Denver to check out the coffee shops go to generous coffee dot com to see where those are at that's..
"ben i" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"Hundred years old looking whenever Jimmy says goodbye or whatever you know his classic gigantic few just threw that one great great joke or great piece if Europe tells what it is right when Jimmy says goodbye I need to just be really funny because you haven't said anything all time. Just give me a thumbs up. I I will do my bathroom Castilla. Benchmarks is our guest. He's got the three great specials over there on the net flicks middle digit Schwartz. We're going to watch tonight the wedding. I'm told the watch he's also now. Ben I was GonNa ask you this before we get. We gotta get our Trivia at some point as well but I want to ask. Are you part of the parks and REC Reunion? Show that's happening. Oh I'm not allowed to say but I will say oh I see okay my hair is if if I was on it they could not have picked a better night's has never been this crazy ever so this Thursday and it's It I will be watching you. Wait to see IT I. I'm looking forward to it. Look here's the thing that I would Probably should've texted you but I'll tell you now My favorite that was my favorite character on the series. It was not by leaps and bounds. I it sounds like you're shitting and everybody else that you like. The one guy who showed up in season three or whatever although you know what that said you know what else I love. I love when Billy eichner showed up. I'd like to where my favorite parts of that show is really funny. He made me laugh. Every single. Time because You think Billy Eichner could do billy on the street anymore. Probably never again. Wow I think it'll be a while. It'll be a while though New York if anybody if any if any city would kind of go all right all by the way you're right on my friends in New York. Were telling me that. No everybody's running around crazy out there. Yeah I don't know too although at the same time when Conan O'Brien goes does a people are excited. That it's him so you're kind of coming at it from a different angle as opposed to just this guy. You don't know attacking you on the street. Now it's like I'm going to get yes and then you wanNA play along right. Couldn't that be the NBA. I was talking about this. That healthwise healthwise. You can't see what you're talking during during the Kobe. Yeah Yeah Yeah Oh but I could see I could see him playing twenty feet away joke. Yeah that'd be great when you think we're allowed to start performing in venues. Hear me out Friday. I we got something booked. We Really WanNa make this book that we we. We can break this contract right. What do you think mid-july is my guest before it's Maybe I've seen I think legal Li. I think you'd probably be able to buy. I don't think people will be comfortable till the end of the year. I think but maybe I'm wrong. I think we have shows coming up at the end of the year but I. It's just because we cancel them and they had to move them right. I have no idea. I've no idea what is it every other seat. I don't know what it is now. We talked about this on the last episode. I was talking to a club owner talking about that. That it's GONNA lead. It's like you you and your wife. Otherwise it's GONNA have to be every other seat and even that seems close right Close all I heard though you probably this probably yours well as a bench cancel. Gigs got moved to the end of the year What happened here is Jimmy. They just got cancelled. We'll circle back. That's what I got in that hype. I even read. The high pitched in the.
"ben i" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"Ask me what the name of the specials were before we got. I wanted confirmation for me get away. Here's the thing in this weird quarantine world that we're in. Were doing everything as a family and I and I was. GonNa ask you on the air it. You think it's safer Oliver. Away a twelve. I think he's a little young for but he's very hit the but the problem is this which is funny because sometimes some of my friends will bring their kids to the shows. Amass what ages right which could be this although I feel like. You've never really go dirty when you do. Stand up Jimmy. I don't feel like a like number when something goes really. You can go really blue and there's nothing that's terribly blue but there's you know there's some curse words in some are rated stuff. I never what I never know. What the ages for Improv? Where people because you never know what you're GonNa talk about. I don't know what the line is but so far. Nobody's rubber kids as at any problem. I'd say by fifteen probably extend but I don't know I don't know I think immediately. Oliver is probably fifteen or sixteen. I think quick man. He played games so well he get listen. He gets it again. He's going to be carrying me. He he did come to see. I talked to before he came to see me. Do a couple of sets over the summer. He came with me to the Improv. A couple of times when he saw a full set at the flappers Burbank. Where I'm not kidding. Ben I said Fuck No less than seven thousand times and every time I would say it your kids here anyway. So then this guy your kids here that becomes part of the game of the whole set them has to be tailored to the most unusual thing in the room. Which is your kid is in the room right. So he's not immune to that kind of language and of course I've become a little to lax with it around the house to be honest with you. I I need to tighten buttons parents Christian very very early. Very there's A. There's a story I could tell I'm begging you to. There's a story I went to. I was in public schools in the Bronx wrong up. Please go riverdale so BS twenty four. My mom was a school teacher. There she was a music teacher which she still music you to. She'd been teaching for fifty years in public schools around pretty incredible and so I was in kindergarten way. Too Young to be cursing way too young and next to me was someone who had became very close with because we both like Nintendo is nameless shaky. Didn't speak a word of English. Never learned how to speak English. It's kindergarten and nobody in. His House. Speaks English so we go to. His House are video games and you can let us we bear. We wouldn't say like we're at which I always thought I never realized later like how beautiful that boys so I'm in the back. My family curses a lot. I'm in the back next to Shigeki. We share a table next to each other. And for some reason I say Shit at the top of my lungs as a kindergartener which is very young like Oh shit and the teacher was like also because she knows my mom so it's even more like she goes Benjamin and.
"ben i" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"ben i" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman
"That's what Ben and his team did we hired as rockstar engine near he came in and he just started knock them out, one by one Ben and his team also needed to get word out that they had these new features and that more were on the way they lack the money for big PR push. But Ben stumbled on a way of getting the word out to the most passionate users, every time we launched a feature and I blocked about it and tweeted about it. We got re tweets and comments and more sales that was working for a while because. To me, it was just a abandoned real publicity would have been PR, right? But what Ben I on of the band aid soon turned into their most powerful marketing tool. I brought on somebody good friend named Neil Baynton. I was telling him, you know, what are we gonna do with marketing, what's working, and I said, well, we code, and then we bog, and then we tweet me. He said, we'll do that do it again. I know say everybody's sick of it by now and he was like, no, they're not keep going until it stops working and that was the lesson. He taught like, don't be afraid to beat a dead horse. If it's working keep going and hire people to keep it going. Code blog tweet repeat was one winning mantra for Ben and his team. And another one was go with the new when you're trapping, and even when you're not you have to figure out where you can get the most leverage often. It's the newest platforms for Ben and his team, it was Twitter Twitter was kind of new at the time we were getting amazing customer feedback through that any kind of channel that's new you need to be there on the ground floor before everyone else crowds it up, Ben and his team got thousands of pieces of feedback from their customers who love seeing the features. They suggested being implemented from the code blog tweet philosophy sprung a community of passionate mail chimp fans and these fans helped mail chimp hit upon their most important innovation. It's a common method now..
"ben i" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Wasn't a time when it was far easier. And I say you'll never get a job today today. It is crazy L handle mornings from six to ten. To talk to George Noory. Call the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk tool free from east of the Rockies. Call eight hundred eight five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free. Call eight hundred six one eight eight to five five to reach George via Skype use Skype name George nine seven three one three send Georgia. Text message anytime at one eight to nine eight six five two one from the gateway to the west. This is coast to coast AM with George Noory. They try out a free episode of beyond belief by just going to the website beyond belief dot com. I hope you sign up to watch all the shows beyond belief dot com. We will be back in a moment with our special guest. Kevin today. She as we talk about Edgar Casey, Edgar Casey's life. But first of all here is a health moment. Brought to you by critical health, news dot com. Here's pharmacist, Ben. I registered..
"ben i" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"Ben. I know. Shakin baby on the bed. This cash. Tell me how catch. I know you. Screener? Technicolor? No. Better. Jared Acadia the morning on the.
"ben i" Discussed on SC Featured
"Here's more from my interview with ben goran okay so we're sitting here at the marino campus where you went to school what is it feel like to be back here it takes me back to some good memories back when i was first soon here while to me it was a little difficult because honestly i was kind of scared he i came here yeah i first came here i didn't know what to expect i didn't know what the rules were and you know but neil any time i again time i learned from my mistakes and you know jesus adjusted to this too though the system of the school what did you learn when you were here where did they teach you uh computer fundamentals you i basically like how to avoid viruses and how to avoid certain websites like what's oh like the like the asset the end of eachttpit means secure for example who now i need to take this class you could teach me i don't those things yeah well i i i'm still a bit of a rookie added but you know i try to learn to go on certain things that i probably shouldn't right that's good and then when you were here they did some job training for you as well right sure did a cane what did you think of that programme was all nerve wracking ice effort first i thought i had it but i always kept forgetting my lines and forgetting the proper way to introduce myself and when it came to a job interview at vida right right that's the virtual training programme rain vita i think it's pretty cool that that they have different um they have different approaches so if you were going to go into the hospitality field than they have an avatar for that and that's pretty cool ripe did you learned some good things from that.
"ben i" Discussed on SC Featured
"He surprises me all the time still to come on the sc featured podcast will have more of our interviews with ben gora and his mother belinda about their journey and how they faced autism together but first a special thank you to all of you guys listening out there if you like what you here don't forget to subscribe to the esi feature podcast on apple podcast and addis to your favorites in the espn app since observers inc said you know maybe euro autistic now the label is just not something that attention to him is there anything that you want the world to know about you uh no one stop you for doing what you love mm i'm john ladda in you're listening to the sc featured podcast we've been talking about ben gora in his connections to hall of fame quarterback dan marino here's more of monday night count on reporter michelle buys nur bucks interview with dan and his mother belinda back in fort lauderdale at the marino campus okay so let's start first with what you do and what you're connection to the nfl if my name is belinda lerner and i am the executive director for the nfl player care foundation and i'm also the vice president for um former player benefits i came to know the dolphins back in the day when i was litigating and representing clubs in grievances um and so dolphins have you one of the teams that i would go to and tried to represent in these injury grievances when benda diagnose light sort of became the point person at the nfl for autism so when he was first diagnosed um it was in a clear autism on diagnosis there was sold was he when he was first diagnosed in his two.