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"blakeley" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
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"blakeley" Discussed on A List Podcast with A. Sherrod Blakely and Kwani A. Lunis
"Did we see this coming? Of course we did. We tried to tell you. Game four had me on the edge. I didn't know if this was gonna turn out the way we thought it would. Game four had me on the edge because of Scott fossil was one of the refs. And Scott foster traditionally does not have a favorable whistle for teams who are in position to close out a series. That's just not what he does. He made the plot twist. He made the call for the Celtics this time. Adam still working. You know what? It was kind of low key, not that engaged in the game. I didn't feel his imprint on this game the way I normally do most games. I know some people were giving him grief saying that, oh, he was the one that they called Tatum for the 6th file, but it wasn't him. It was another ref. So Scott, he actually did what rests do. He just kind of stayed out of it. So that's our good friend. In the background points out, Scott foster, 19 and two, teams who were trailing in a series are when he's on the call. So the song is clearly bug tradition and getting that win. And the thing about initiating that bothers me is the fact that we even know Scott foster's name. When the fact of him and Tony brothers were trending, I think it was right before game two, people shouldn't know the names of the refs. The fact that you clearly have this much of an impact on the game, the NBA needs to do something about it. And also on top of that players and coaches get fined for critiquing it, but I think if critiquing needs to be done or if enough players are saying something, there needs to be a red flag somewhere where, all right, we just had 5 players get fine for being upset with the way the game was officiated. Maybe we should look into it. But of course, in the ideal world, it's obviously not going to happen. Especially in a look at that part. No, no. I'm curious to see what Gary washburn has. What do you think? You've been around the block with basketball. He danced a bit around the block. Thank you. Thank you, mister blakeley. You're welcome, mister washburn. Thank you. I go by mister. Anyway. I think, you know, it was a tightly officiated game, a lot of controversial calls, not controversial, but.
"blakeley" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden
"Better line where the game starts. Here's a statement from our good friend Paul. Oh, there it is. I was literally just going to read it. It's so funny. I'm like, who do you think, who did Paul Pierce say this to? What's his audience? Like, to like some strippers on Instagram or I'm glad that you've posted this comic is that you just heard you just turn to the to just turn to the lounge dancer next to him and say this? No, he said to Nick Joseph himself. Joe's comment because he tweeted me the quote and I was gonna are you tweeting me to eat texted me the tweet and I was gonna read it out. But there you go, I'm wondering what people are thinking about this. Like half jokingly kind of said it after I think game two. And listen, I'm not saying that Jason Tatum is Kevin Durant, but you'd be blind if you didn't think that datum is at a much better everyone knows seen him is that a much, much, much better series than Kevin Durant and Tatum is on the up and up and Kevin Durant. I'm not saying he's on the decline, but let's be honest, he's on, you know, he's on the other side of it. Well on the back 9. Yeah. Yeah, and on the back 9 following an Achilles injury that never messes with the beast up here. I mean, I think we can all agree that Jason Tatum is hashtag next, right? I mean, that's the idea here is that he's going to be one of those guys. One of the Kevin Durant's of the future or present in this case. Kevin Durant of the present. Israel blakeley, folks. From the media room in Brooklyn. Oh gosh. Looking dapper. You guys hear me okay? Yeah? We got you. I got you loud and clear and we got the Celtics loud and clear Mike. What's your what's your main takeaways here? We've kind of just been dancing around some stuff waiting for you guys to jump in here, but you know, go ahead and sherrod. What kind of stood out to you about tonight? Big thing for me that stood out was Jayson Tatum. It's not even about next, Jimmy. It's now. He's there. He has, in this particular series, the way he has not only scored the ball, but the way he's defended, the way he Jimmy left just as you addressed him. Of course, of course, because that's homeschooled for you. That's what happens when you go to homeschool. Jimmy just like Jimmy, let me tell you something, and Jimmy just got up. Oh, I'm here. I'm here. I had to yell at people under downstairs because you're freaking..
"blakeley" Discussed on A List Podcast with A. Sherrod Blakely and Kwani A. Lunis
"This episode of the a list podcast. I'm calling a Luna joined by a sra blakeley and Gary washburn and both of them have been struggling for most of this day. So I just thought I should take an opportunity to make fun of you guys from the beginning. Were you owe us that? Because we'd be cracking on you every week, so. That's true. This is your opportunity to get a little payback. But understand quantity that we will strike when you least expect it, so. All right. Whatever. I should have recorded the struggles, though. The technical difficulties it was a hilarious. It was not a good day for us. They're not laughing. I'm sorry. No, we're not laughing, coin. You're doing right we're not laughing quantity. All right, let's get into the Celtics then since I'm sure you want to talk about them. They've been on a roll. They're having 5 game win streak. They're above 500. I just want to start with your first impression. Last week we weren't really sold on this team. But now that we have had time to regroup, what are you two think about their performance over the last few games? Well, let's clarify last week. It wasn't that we were not okay. I wasn't sold. Gary wasn't Gary who was in the red mode as far as this team being real. I was all in. And I explained why I was all that. I was all in because this team that we're seeing now is a team that they were supposed to be from the jump where they had all their complimentary pieces available. It's not a surprise that this team is playing better because this is the version of the Celtics that they were hoping that they would see earlier in the season. But with injuries, illnesses, health and safety protocol, the Celtics have not been able to be themselves. And when you look at where they are now, they've won 7 of the last 8 games, which, oh, by the way. It was around the same time that Marcus smart got back into the building. You looked at what they're doing defensively. Not only do is Marcus smart the top defensive player in terms of defensive ready over the last 8 games. The Celtics have the number one, two, three, four, 5. Top 5 individual players in the NBA in terms of defensive rating over the last 8 games. 7 at the top 9. They are getting it done at that end of the floor. Marcus smart is a big part of that. Certainly, but you start looking at just the way this team is playing there and finally figured out how to bring it all together consistently. And that's what the only thing we've really been wanting to see to do is to play more consistent basketball. Now, are they ready to win a world championship? Hell, no. Hell, no. But they're playing better. And that's all we want. Well, I mean, I think it's a good here you go. Here we go. No, no. I mean, they've been playing well, taking care of their business. I thought it was a very tricky game, Detroit, in Orlando, 'cause they could have stumbled..
"blakeley" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"Because there was no IMDb in that I just realized recently all that time was in a relationship with Joseph Campbell. Joseph Campbell, I wish I'd known, if I had, I wouldn't have known what to add, because I didn't know Joseph gamble. But interesting people. I somehow came upon, you know, tried to be as receptive as I could. So that's the first job stalker Channing. I'll bet you admire her. But you enjoy her. She was a fantastic. She was in it. I played for an audition for her that she went. But she was great. We went to places in New York with a group of people that were just great. It was an extension of that my feeling at Carnegie Mellon university and a chatham. You know, I was just hungry for and ready to be darn wound up in groups that were really interesting and nourishing. So that's the first job. I go to L granted a Coca-Cola, the second job right around that time. I get signed up for the first movie and Michael winner and Charles Brunson in this movie, death wish. Michael winner was a known screamer and a kind of, you know, not as highly esteemed as one of the great art cinema artists of our time, I think it's fair to say, but he in the first scene that I was doing yelled at me and said, we were just rehearsing the camera shot with me and two other bad guys. We were lurking up these stairs. Then he's yelled at the top of his voice in front of everybody. Goldblum start acting now. Which doesn't see which seems like, but I'll tell you, it's a nugget. If you receive it in the right way, it's a pretty good nugget of learning and inspiration. Just start acting. It's not bad. Anyway, you know, you're ripe. Soon I came across Robert Altman, who my gosh, a pillar of, you know, if they're not nobody else ever happened, he was a pillar of a model, an exemplar of artistry and originality and beauty and loveliness and great. So I was just a few. One thing kind of apropos of just being here at the Hollywood Roosevelt. And I think we all take for granted when we're in LA, the experience for people of coming here for the first time and you're talking about growing up in Pittsburgh and being in New York. LA like what was your experience of coming here? Was it always on your radar to end up in LA and what was it like to be here when you first got here? How'd you find community? It wasn't on my radar. I had no I've never been as I stole them not particularly strategic or I don't know where things are leading necessarily. But what happened was I'd never been to Los Angeles in my life and I was in el granted to Coca-Cola and Robert Altman. I didn't even know the saw the show because there was a snowstorm and he had to change his plans and saw it. He called, I was in my village apartment, the phone rang, and they said, this is the casting director from Robert Alden. We saw you in that show. We'd like you to do this movie, California's split. Okay. Miraculous call, really, and they said, okay, we made arrangements. They sent me the script. I flew on a plane to Los Angeles and Scotty Bushnell has this casting person and producer picked me up at the airborne. I'd never seen it before, and she drove me to Westwood, didn't know what that was to his lion's gate operation there. And there was this courtyard. It was kind of Spanish. She looking and there was this courtyard and I'll be done. Robert Altman was up there and Gwen wells if you remember her with whom I did another movie after California split was walking around and these people were exotically wonderful and he said I just did this movie mash and people are kind of got something to do now and he was great. He was great. And so seeing that that night, that day, and that night, getting off the plane was striking and remarkable. And then, you know, hanging around there for a couple of week or two and doing that part. That was amazing. And then I went back, and then he said, if I like you and you're like me, we'll do Nashville this summer, didn't Nashville, what an amazing. Oh my golly to hang out with Lily Tomlin and Geraldine Chaplin and Keith Carradine and Ronnie blakeley and those people and Robert Altman and his opera and the people making that. And that was at the high point somehow of his I think many would say of his work with that and they did what Wes Anderson does now just kind of bubble this up. All we took over this complex there in Nashville and hung out for the whole time, what an amazing time. And then afterwards, I was like when an agent said, come out to California and we'll show you around. That was Abby greshler with diamond artists who had handled Martin and Lewis kind of an old time agent. I was okay, I'll come out stayed on the couch of a friend, and then just stayed. And so at first it was, you know, what it was, then Callie will grant a Coca-Cola, got up again here at the at the whisky a go go, we did it there at the whisky and go go for a little bit. And I got some. And then they sent me up for a few things and I did like a blue night and a starsky and Hutch and a Colombo and a Laverne and Shirley. So I was doing some things, but then you know and then things started to happen. But it was fine and dandy. You know, I still had taken dance classes and then I wound up taking finding Peggy fury, taking more acting classes and then you get to 83 and with my friend, we said, let's have a school. Let's kind of keep teaching this so we learned how to do it. And I talked for a couple of decades at this place and it became a California became a nourishing family and place to be of creativity and it's been very creative. We'll be right back with more Jeff Goldblum and vulture festival. This podcast is sponsored by better help online therapy. Better.
"blakeley" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden
"You said it right in our group thread. You're like, his team is almost they look like they're surprised at doing these things. They're like, well, wait a minute. Yeah, I usually get the blinders. And almost a month, or whatever, a few weeks, and it's like, oh, okay. Yeah, I guess we're doing this. Almost to the point that they were almost to the point that he passed up like some good shots early 'cause he was like, I'm coming into pass and you guys were like, what are you doing, man? And he's like, I'm right next to you. I'm going to give you the ball. You want it? And he's like, okay. You know, like they were trying to figure it out because it just wasn't the way it goes, but I mean, he bought into it. You know, they were moving it around. They were just missing every shot early, and it was so frustrating. 'cause it was like, okay, good ball movement, but like, and then the shot started falling. 31 assists. How many games have they ever lost when they get close to 30 assists? Like zero. No. And you remember they have. Yeah. To me, he has so much to do with that. And also, the reason why I think this is so relevant for someone like Jalen is because before the season during me today, he talked about how he's sort of found this new found respect for like film. And that might sound crazy, but it did it because he had all that extra time that he never really had throughout his career, right? Whether we're in college or high school, he's like, I've never had a significant injury where I missed so many games that was out for so many months. So throughout that time, to stay connected with the team, obviously he hung around, but he also watched a lot of film. So I think, in my opinion, what he's trying to say here is he gets it, you know? He's been watching the film the last few weeks. He sees the problems. He saw what happened during that West Coast road trip and what went wrong. So I just think all this is perfect timing for this team. Obviously going up against the champs in the box. And then you got to go and stay warriors on Friday night. You know, he had the three, four days to rest and bureau for him. And it's going to strap in. I think it's going to be a really good game. No matter what you have, you have maybe the best three point shooter of all time going up against Steph Curry on Friday. I'm talking about grant Williams, folks. Yeah? That's going to be quite a matchup. I'm talking about Sharon blakeley is here to play some of the speaking of the speaking of maybe the greatest of all time. There he is. Hey, sir, why does the sleep master ride on the grind? Yeah, the busy weekend tooth. Yeah, I heard. Oh, no. We can't hear you right now. I was coming in. He's coming in, coming in hot..
"blakeley" Discussed on Boston Sports Beat
"Dot com use the code BSG America's number one sports book for 25 years, head over there right now and subscribe. Thanks a lot Greg. All right, let's bring in Sharon blakeley talk some hoops, Celtics playing second of a back to back tonight in Charlotte. We'll talk about that in a little bit. They beat Houston on Sunday. They're supposed to beat Houston, which is great. They're supposed to have beaten Toronto, but they didn't. So again, a win is a win. The first of he made jokes, coaching career. Don't want to spend a ton of time on it, but just quick thoughts on that game again. Good to get that win. One thing that stood up to me actually was, how happy they were for email? Which was a really good sign because after those couple of games, particularly when they laid an egg and showed no effort in game two, you start to wonder like, wow, you can't quit on your coach this early. So seeing how kind of happy they were for email and what a big deal they made out of his first win. I thought was a good sign. Yeah, it was a good sign. For them, it was a good sign in part because a lot of the things that email has been talking about, they were actually able to do and execute and execute for longer stretches against Houston, which as you pointed out, they're not a very good team. So you were supposed to play this way against teams that are very good. But there's still a lot of work to be done. And you may know that they know that. It was funny after the game or emit comment to them when they congrats them for the win. He said, well, you know, took your life long enough. You know, subtle, but very clear indication that guys, we still have work to do. You have to keep getting better. This is just the beginning. Hopefully for them this will be the beginning of many more wins for him this year..
"blakeley" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
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"blakeley" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Contact with hundreds of people on the ground who are trying to get out of kabul and. We've been fortunate enough to be able to coordinate and get a couple of hundred people out but it's not nearly enough There's not enough time to get everybody out. There's not enough freedom of movement in the region to get people to the airport. There are too many people who are getting stopped at checkpoints. Too many people who are getting turned around too many people whose documents are being stripped from their hands so that even when they get to the airport they can't get through a checkpoint so it's impossible to get everybody out. It is not going to happen by august. Thirty first and that is just an -solutely terrifying eventuality and i can't disagree with you that that is going to be the end game. But i wanted to ask you President biden Saying that well there was no way that our withdrawal from this war This twenty year war Was going to be anything less than chaotic but it appears as though and there have been numerous reports that he basically ignored All of the information that he was getting from the likes of military experts and analysts and the c. i. a. Did it have to be this chaotic. Not whether we practiced for this. We trained for spares is You know the the the noncombatant Exfiltration.
"blakeley" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Tear afghanistan president biden of course continues to tow the tallow dan lying to say that he will get our troops out of by that august thirty first deadline. Chaos reigns supreme. But if there's one bright spot it is the selfless courageous ongoing efforts of the u. s. military six thirty nine now northern colorado's voice one of three one thirteen ten kfi a. mornings with gail via the auto collision a specialist studios. Things are intensifying as we speak This as there are reports of the very real potential of violence of increasing violence at the kabul airport as people so desperately struggled to get out question. This as i've heard some military experts saying that the last flights might be going out as early as saturday or sunday. We still don't know really. How many americans are still stranded in afghanistan. Sure we know the number in kabul but wrote about in the west of the country. I've seen numbers as high as fifteen thousand well when this deadline hits august thirty first will they be left behind. you know. it's amazing because the safety of americans as mike pompeo wrote in fox news. The safety of americans afghanistan is now reliant on the taliban not the us government. It's not only inconceivable incomprehensible but as my palm say payer said it is in. Excusable joined this morning by military veteran and Author of a great new book Dan blakely co author. I should say he served in the second battalion. Seventy fifth ranger regiment deploying six times in support of the global war on terror. His passion for veterans success in telling their stories was the inspiration for this book. The twenty year war. Dan is the co founder and chief executive officer of united valor. This is a company focused on telling the untold stories of war through all media formats. Dan welcome to the show first things first. Thank you so much for your courageous service. Thank you for having me so many veterans now asking the question as we look at the rather well. I would say ungraceful exit the bumbling exit from afghanistan many veterans of afghanistan. Asking the question was america's longest war really worth it. Yeah you know. I have Countless friends that. I served with People you know. I'm acquaintance to multiple veteran groups. That.
"blakeley" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Kfi northern colorado's voice as we are an affiliate of the denver broncos carrying all preseason including this saturday's and regular season games on both frequencies. But if you are headed on down to denver well some things that you need to know now. The broncos welcomed the la rams on saturday with a full crowd of seventy six thousand one hundred and twenty five. I don't think there's going to be an empty seats in the proverbial house. Only a few thousand fans were allowed for some games last season. As you're well aware the broncos rams kick off at seven pm in that preseason finale all right let's get down to brass tacks now. Consistent with local guidelines the broncos said there are no restrictions at empower field at mile high for fans who are vaccinated if you're unvaccinated yours strongly encouraged to wear that mask of chaim where face covering so everyone will know that you're not vaccinated. Where a face covering to protect themselves and others are all right. Let's not get it all twisted here. The you know. I was talking with a bill yesterday and i it kind of feels like the truman show doesn't it did you ever see the truman show with jim carey and he realizes that Basically he is living in a big reality show at the end of the movie that his life and everything that happens in it has been predetermined by some unknown all seeing hand. The end that Well everything is scripted. To some extent as we're working our way through this delta variant and as we're seeing the crackdowns and the mandates and requirements starting to crop up again and again a not undermining the dangers of covert nineteen. What i am questioning this kind of patchwork approach from the government in terms of maintaining total absolute power and control. But i thought it was a really good comparison. The truman show as to what we're going through as we're apparently going through round to around three or whatever. The case may be of those cove in one thousand nine hundred guidelines and restrictions that are being enforced by the all-knowing all-seeing government that unfortunately seems to have a propensity to talk out of both sides of his out their mouths protectively when it comes to our epidemiologist in chief. Ooh not making the biden administration. Happy whatsoever saying well. It could be another year before we're fully out of this but it's all subject to change. I get it the science changes and they maintain their following the science. But what science. Indeed are they following and again what they seem to be doing in some ways is dividing us even further no dividing us on racial fronts. Not enough but now they are building this division this chasm between those who wear a mask and those who don't wear them ask those who are vaccinated those who are unvaccinated. I mean not that. I follow jennifer aniston very closely whatsoever and i could really care less what it is that she does..
"blakeley" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"He's pretty cool. Seems to have a pretty level headed approach to the game But you salivate over locked charm arm now if the broncos could hire a man scientists to somehow surgically combine the two. You might have a better david car now apart. They're each one half of the ideal answer but you can only them the game with one and as for the. Let's trade locked crowd. You know you are well you might wanna think about just cooling your jets just a little bit. Maybe throttling down a bit for one. Recent history says both quarterbacks will see the field at some point this season for another. What kind of return do you think. Get for the guy who ranks number thirty two. Among nfl starters passing rating. That would be seventy five point two last fall now. We already know. Bridgewater has the chops to get the job done. But if we're totally honest with lock well it's kind of a wait and see deal now isn't it. But what do you think of. Teddy bridgewater being named the starting quarterback of for the broncos. I kept my powder dry in this one. But just watching those tapes. I had to admit that. I thought bridgewater had it hands down but again you broncos country are the experts so let me know what you think. Nine seven zero three five three thirteen ten dropped me tax stunner thirteen ten kfi tax. Meanwhile drew lock after losing that quarterback battle to teddy bridgewater. Well he showed his professionalism certainly he. He was disappointed by the call but he vowed to stay ready for his moment. Should it indeed dot com in two thousand twenty one according to a piece by kyle newman out of denver post. He had a chance to talk to drew. Lock and locked. Said i mean totally a class. Act saying unprompted that. If my time comes and i never wish anything negative bunt anybody especially at this position. I'll be ready for it whenever going on to say there won't be any lack of work from me. I'm going to be able to go out there and keep the play the same and if not try to make it a little better. He went on to say. I have to look in the mirror and see what i need to get better at figure out what it is that i need to do to keep progressing. Keep getting better not taking any steps back..
"blakeley" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Two nine seven four seven eight thirteen a one so kicked off The morning yesterday with a piece by Sean keillor out of the denver. Post saying just make a decision. Just make a choice. Just let us know who the starting quarterback for the broncos is going to be and had to giggle. Yesterday's news was breaking and we learned that a quarterback teddy bridgewater got the ride while schon keeler added again in the denver. Post and want to see if you agree with this assessment. He says if the ultimate destination for the broncos is the play offs well just ask our own mica kilpatrick. He'll tell us. The ultimate destination is a super bowl victory because he is the consummate broncos fan nothing if not consistent but again is shawn keller and the post says if the ultimate destination for the broncos is the play offs quarterback. Teddy bridgewater is the ride. That gives us the better chance at arriving in one piece. What do you think about that. It's the goal john. Keeler goes on to say is being relevant in november and december where broncos general manager. George peyton sent the bar a month ago giving bridgewater the starting nod act quarterback over drew lock was indeed the right call. He didn't wind up there. No for where. This team is now. Not where broncos country wants it to be but the reality of the roster. It's the right call. He then takes a shot. I suppose it could be construed at the coaching staff for coaching staff. That needs to win now. Starting with the sot this september. The nfl could plop in front of a team. All right he makes a very good point there but that gives them a chance to warm up right. Definitely the right call and for the defensive. That's for the pro bowlers on the final years of their contracts. Look at ju. Von miller and kyle fuller it is the right hall but let me ask you this. Do you believe it's the right call. Healer says if you're still uneasy with fangio's decision just pull up the tape. From last saturday's game at seattle when the seahawks brought pressure from the outside early on in a fourth and five with both edge rushers blowing past. The broncos starting tackles bridgewater sensed it. He stepped into a safe throwing lane. Finish the play in that same game when seattle brought the heat up the middle on. Lock and the backups. In the second half number three turtled he took the sack. Different pressures sure different lineups but also different reactions in different outcomes. Now you trust teddy's is don't you.
"blakeley" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS
"Guest his name is horst schultz. And i'm sure you're familiar with the company that he co founded in the company that he was once. The former president of the company is called ritz. Carlton hotel company horse scholtz. Welcome onto the thrive time show. How are you sir. I'm create and delighted. To be sir the ritz carlton hotel company has set so many benchmarks for excellence in customer service. Your name has been publicized and people know you for the success you achieved but could you start off at the bottom and share with us where you're from and cutting your background be cut before becoming the king of hotels ho- king of kings good. I'm actually not looking at all. I'm i come from a very small background. Small village in germany lived Individual was fourteen. And then i left and worked in a hotel. I had back my parents to work in a hotel which was very unpopular at the time but They've found the best job that could find the finest hotel which unfortunately was about one hundred kilometers away from home. But i so. I left a lift here in a dorm room with other kids. Starting to work a busboy. Meant everything at the time cleaning. Washing dishes It cetera et cetera. Helping for three and a half year half yes worked in the kitchen worked in a restaurant wrote in the in the housekeeping and so on and after that i left and brockton the truly i mean i'm not etcetera finest hotels in europe in paris and in switzerland or the american line from new england. And after that. I came to the us in nine hundred. Sixty four Some francisco working in the hilton hilton private club and and so on worked started. Ended up it hi-hit in and worked for ten years in high end. Start as a director food and beverage operations director rooms chin miniature vice-president regional vice president corporate vice president and then i was offered to start a job to start a new company to tell span construction both in atlanta and so the headquarters was not lanta about developers and and Financial people and needed somebody to run this new company. Tell business to run the credit with the promise. Dmed me to promise it the that could go top end and so i left say at the time my credit company hit and moved to atlanta and started a new company a year. Later your first tower and that the cameras caused and that's the story that is a lot that is your you. You just flew through incredible career. Let me reset your age fourteen. You just said that at age fourteen. You started working. Is that correct. That's correct yeah correct. Well it's not an untypical german way way of getting into a profession. You walk in that profession and once a week or two the to school relative to that profession down smart idea. That's a typical Trade korea in germany. I saw a talk you gave on youtube by the way. I've been watching way too many of your videos so i apologize for cyber stalking you so much but i want you deliver a talk and i was out. My kids had a cheerleading event and in kansas city and so the way shooting events goes kids perform for about three minutes and then the rest of the weekend. You're kind of you know hanging out at this arena. So i went back to the hotel while i was waiting for them to perform and i watched videos and one of the things that you said and i had to play it back over and over and over as you were comparing you were comparing your commitment to having excellence in work with your commitment to staying married. If i'm getting that correct could you please explain the parallels between committing to bring excellence and committing to stay married while it it. It's all i believe. Everything we do is a decision that we make not not not a pipedream clear decision. I met in marriage. I met a clear decision. When i got merit i will be in love with that woman for the rest of my life not just lover but be in love and i can tell you unequivocally i'm married. Forty years am totally in love with that woman but it takes work. It's not different than when you take a job jamaica decision to be excellent in that job job or whatever is in life decisions i can either just go to work or go to work to create excellence. I always say. I got a for two reasons. One is to create. Excellence in what i'm doing too is to be with my friends if they like it or not tim o. Friends if i have that attitude. I enjoy going there and create something. Why are we to eight hours. Whatever we are at work now you know in a leadership position as much more dollars but what it is eight hours wasted and just do function rather than whatever. The function is good. Excellent the dish washing or whatever. It is could excellence in that but the well how does a cop out well. It's a decision and decision on which you on neutral work on which you which you remind yourself all the time and this deal so it is not different mid anything ounce horse. I don't want you to Throw anything over the phone here. And i'm not. I'm not that satan needs an advocate. But i'm going to be the devil's advocate. Because i grew up really poor. I didn't start working on his fourteen but really sixteen is when i started my first thing and i am not a stranger of the sixty hour the seventy hour work week. I'm not afraid to get to work at for five or whatever. I'm also going to take care of my body and get sleep and also style five kids. I've been married eighteen years. So many people i see they say well the reason why i didn't get to work on time. They just didn't feel like it. And so they have so talk to me about your mindset of committing the excellence versus other people saying i just don't feel yeah but this is no different. I have friends of friends. A couple of years ago is good. Good friends and getting divorced. I mean of course when people who've been divorced it is a total friends and everybody gets divorces. It's import fall. And when i had to sit down i didn't understand their were for to purely for people. Good looking people. Friendly people won't be ba honorable people so i had to sit down with us from johnson. Said why why why it'd be fuelling. What are you waiting for feeling. I rather mega decision. What my feeling is wrong. Make it make a feeling make my decisions. Can you repeat that against sir. That was great. Yeah well i'm saying i really are that. Make the decision. What i feel rather than have to feeling decide what i what i do. How how who i am et cetera. Is this is. This is so unreasonable to even allow that to happen. You make a decision on them. You communicate with the the decision you have to fight against the feelings that. Try to interfere with your decision but it has to still your decision and the and the feeling. It's your decision and not did you. Your decision is it driven by your feelings that right. There is a a knowledge nugget that somebody needs to write down to put that on a t shirt. Many people today should consider getting a tattoo tattoo that as a tattoo. Now i want to ask you this because you worked very hard for fourteen. You work your way up. At hyatt and then my understanding is at gerald w blakeley he owned the one individual. Ritz carlton in boston. And he sold the the trademark. And the brand. To william b johnson who i believe was the largest owner of the waffle house franchises. My correct you owned about one hundred fifty hours in office buildings and the incident and also owns merita tells and are managed by marriage and and and holiday inns when he built to hotels which is supposed to become holiday inns he could not come to agreement at the time with all in us to the fees and cetera et cetera. When somebody recommended him to start his own hotel companies on brand that put on the surge. I came in high it. We then say it when we were he we acquire. I'd be a quiet name african we had a couple of names subiaco quiet and and But we said we'd be clear to have an existing name that already mixed sense that a people know it is a hotel and we we pursued to tell us a one hotel in san francisco and so tell and and he and and another one and and he came back and said the ball this also in in boston. We didn't like that because it was a tower hotel. It was terribly dilapidated. It was only four. Vehicle for monthly renders. All people live nor air conditioning song But the mark hopkins fell through so he purchased because it was a crib location and frankly the name everybody knew doctorates meant risk called mental. Even though it was not.
"blakeley" Discussed on The NBA Show
"Definitely can't it's okay. How much time gushing over. What the the hawks have as a nucleus right. And i don't think it can be argued that the celtics nucleus is somehow like drastically inferior to what the hawks are dealing with now I think they gotta do some house cleaning. I think they need to do some planning around all right. We have the kids the two kids signed. For how long. When did we make winter. We gonna be able to make our move again around them. I don't think that's next season. We're probably the season after that one you know. So that's what it comes down to is. When do they make their next move after this. You know because it's clear that they did the thing with when they got kharian here and they had hayward and they had horford and they had all of these people and they had all these chips and had the kids on rookie deals and they could. They felt like they put together this super team. I think they need to start thinking about when that next one will be even though these two guys will be on max's now We'll see what happens. I think it's might be like a one year. Not even a rebuilt but just play. Romeo lankford play air. Niece smith play grant williams. Play robin williams. These guys have talent. But they've got play if esther kind of like coaching two worlds where they wanna win all the time now but they have like five. Rookie deals sneed minutes. And they give those guys minutes. Maybe in two years they're really good. Yep romeo langford is the answer times of lesser. He had a good time. Is flat cirque. All right. I just wanted to quickly see some of off seasons for some of these other teams. That went out here. We'll see one question for all three teams. That went out with the wizards here sharks. I'm going to start with you. Because i could tell you're going to have an answer for this one bradley beal. was noncommittal afterwards. We'll see how that one plays out. It kinda comes down to what he wants to know how to project that out my question for you. Sharks is scott brooks you bring him back. I mean if you're going to bring westbrook back you kind of have to write. I don't know like they're kinda tied at the hip at this point. It seems like i mean if your goal is to tank one. I mean and to me. Because that's what the wizards should be doing. Are you got your free leone as you got your playoff. Did it feel great to get utterly trounced in the first round by a vastly superior team that you like that feeling. Did you love it on a team. That like you know. I i like really. I liked what. I've seen a little bit i saw from denny. Lake argued dislike all right. You know some teams lose in the first round and you say you so. Yeah we're building towards the future is completely fine. Everything's gonna be great. I don't think that that's the that's what with the energy were feeling from washington here. So it's like yet bring russell scott brooks back so you get some good lottery. Picks next year. That's that's my thing but they do get rid of bill. Get get your asset for bradley. Do and and move all because this is obviously not some type of winning formula here. I think it's always a matter of what's the alternative like. Who's the coach. You wanna bring in. What kind of coaches that because again. Yeah if they're going to feel the same kind of team and expect dramatically different results. That is not the scott brooks way exactly. And he's he's had a good run here to be honest with you like five years in a job. That's a long time for an nba coach. They have not shown a ton. There's been upheaval. There's been injuries. There's been lots of reasons to explain that. I don't see this team having an incredible upward trajectory. With what it's got and so you're either shaking up the roster. You're changing the coach. Maybe both i don't really have a problem. If they wanna take a dramatically different direction. And if beale you know for his noncommittal as he was if he starts pressuring in the summer wanting something different which would be totally within his right. I think he's certainly done his time there. That is easy clean. Opportunity to transition to a different kind of coach. And what you might wanna in more of a renovating situation for the wizards right All right let's do grizzlies here quickly. rob what do you think the grizzlies need at this point. It seems like they fall into the lot of guys category. They have a lot of young talent. That showed pretty well in the playoffs. Here like bain was good. Tillman name didn't get many minutes. The stretch but it seems like he might be a good parent jaren jackson. Is there anything you see here. That can clarify what they've already shown in the playoffs. I'm trying to figure out a way where they can keep the defensive intensity that they have especially on the perimeter like were therapy possessions in that series where the jazz could not even get below the free. Throw line so up into them. I think that's great. How do you keep that but squeeze in a little more juice off instantly. They do not have it. You know the point of having job mirant is that is a beautiful off ball player that he's so versatile they can. You can score in so many different ways. Impact the game in so many different ways. I want someone to take the ball out of his hands. Just a little bit to play him in that capacity. Because with this series. You know once dillon brooks started playing like just an all star not a first ballot hall of famer. Everything kind of went back to normal. And we've got the sense that you just much better team. They just need a little bit more. Scoring and counting on dillon brooks to be that guy To be a guy you're going to build a statue of outside your arena every night. That's just not it right. All right last one was who is the superstar that knicks fans are going to be beckoning new york this summer. I mean i think the obvious answers. Bill seems like that's obvious you know. We've seen the booker stuff kind of calmed down because the sons have been so successful. Yeah it'll be bill I remember. I remember one of my Frank good friends. Who's a nick fan hitting me very early in the season or midway point the knicks thing. He's like how does brad beal not make this team a contender on. Do you have like. I was not jerry although i would love to hear from jerry About a firm basis really over here. That's my boy boy no Yes is bradley beal and to be honest. I don't think it's the worst thing to the next to you. Know chase second tier eastern conference them right like basically not to you know. Kick him again. But the hawks you know like you're always guaranteed to be in the top five. You might some day. Put a nice enough mixed together to be super frisky one year and even make it to the second round in conference finals. Or whatever and get beat down. But i don't think it's the worst thing in the world for the knicks to get to the second round and put a scare in a team for six games like that's that's a great outcome for franchise that is completely stunk. Up the joint for twenty years That's not hyperbole. That's not overstating it. That's just empirical fact for twenty years. Knicks has stunk up the joint shit. So they should be clamoring for brad. Beal for some level of continued competence. I don't disagree with you. I do think that after another year of competence those same knick fans will be wondering why there isn't a title hanging in the rafters a all right. Let's under there. Thank you for joining us. Thank you to isaiah blakeley. i'm production. We will be back next week. I think we back on wednesday. Let's just say wednesday going forward and if we're not nobody will really care until then whenever that is..
"blakeley" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"From special investigator. Johnny dollar location mexico city to the home office guarantee transport insurance company hartford connecticut assignment. The flights six matter expensive continued. I was taking gino. Romero's word for it that the girl was tiger his word and my own instincts. At first glance she seemed soft. Shy lovely then. You sense the wildness about her kind of suppress violence. That brought you up. Short made you stop and reappraising. He leaned against a tree watching the bodies of the plane. Crash victims being carried down the slope in place in the army jeep with no sign of emotion on her face cool detached. She had no reason to be here. I wanted why she was the only way i knew of funny. I was scared. Yes what is your marvel terrence. I believe that's right. And i have not met you somewhere before. But you're about to. My name is johnny dollar. I'm an investigator for an insurance company. Up in the state. That must be very interesting work sometimes on some jobs other times. It's only dirty and disgusting like this time for instance. We all have our problems. Maybe i can help you with yours. Mr mann along well you. I'm not in the mood. Amaze me i think that seeing ten bodies picked up and hauled away out of put anyone in a gay carefree beat. It came out here sightseeing. Didn't you twenty miles from town so you must like this kind of thing. I had friends on that plane. Miss adela so that a lot of other people but maybe not as good friends as you. I don't know what you're talking about. And i don't care h palmer and jim rourke where those your friends must let's this straight. I'm not interested in playing footsie's or any other game you have in mind. You're wasting your time buster. Now get going hall. Wait a minute. Maybe you've got the wrong idea. This isn't just a social chat. Now you want to help me with my problem. Just one problem. I wondering how you're going to spend that fifty thousand dollars but yeah that's fair sized chunk of money to drop right out of the sky. You're talking about what fifty thousand dollars a money you'll get from the deaths of two friends palmer and rook. What do you mean so. Tell me where you with them. At the airport last night when flights six took off yes and you must have known that they both took out flight policies and that both of them name view is beneficiary. No no. I didn't know i wasn't with them exactly based not up until takeoff than you claim. This is all just a big surprise. Course i didn't know a thing about it. It's just like them. it's what they do. Why did you out here to the reckless turns. I don't know adding jim on my friends. And i don't know why i came mr donna. Because i brought her mr nobel. But i didn't bring her here to be pushed around by some morbid curiosity. No please. this is johnny dollar. He's an insurance investigator. They'll blatant star. Was asking me some questions why you. Because in gem both took our insurance policies my name. Why flight accident policies fifty thousand dollars word lately. You said miss terence's here because you brought her. I wonder if you tell me why you're here. I don't know that it's any of your business. Sometimes i make things president some time you may get your teeth. Knocked out there and pretty solid blakely. Yeah well maybe. I'll stop sorry palmer. Jim lark builds business partners. What businessman steve blakeley engineering. Some roads around mexico city. How many partners just the three of you. Yes that's right dollar. The business belongs to me now. what about it. nothing about it. Congratulations one more crack. Stop it. let's go model. I've got to get back to wait for me. The truck. i'll be there in a few minutes yourself dollar just one thing. Don't push me blakely. Ten people died over there on that hillside last night. They were murdered. Intend to find out who did it. And if it takes pushing to find out then i'll push you around. Yeah you probably will this thing bill. Pretty hard mr dolly make allowances. How long have you known in a couple of mon armor rock same. Nothing serious mapping romantic. If that's what you're thinking was just for fun. Was that all it was on this side. Oh man always claim to be serious. That's only part of the game. What else do you do. Terence beside play the game. I taw. i'm a wealthy orphan. Is two dollar in. My only career is drifting around the world playing the game. I'm ornamental irresponsible and rather useless. Maybe not entirely useless just being a mental has some importance in this world. So you play two. I meant it. I guess i was pretty obnoxious when you spoke to me while ago. Well i suppose i ask for it. I'm staying at the hotel monte cassino. i'd like see you again. I could teach you the game johnny. That's a very attractive offer outside of business hours. But you think i'm mixed up in this. No i'm not sure. Well think about it johnny in call me at my hotel monte cassino. That's where the lagos's staying happened to know him. Yes of course. Y one of the passes. Killing plane was his wife. Didn't you know saddened aimed. Lagos i didn't even know he had a wife another just for fun. I think you've got some wrong ideas about me. Johnny come see me and straighten them out for you right will something else you find it out anyway so i may as well tell you. Tell me what. I had reservations on flight. Six to was going over to van for the weekend. I canceled out at the last minute. i see. maybe that's why. I came out here to see for myself. I'm not afraid of death. I've tempted at too many times to be but it does fascinate me. I stood there watching and thinking could have been me being carried down that slope except the luck. Why did you cancel out at the last minute. I.
"blakeley" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"I watched him hurry out of the hotel. I had no real reason to stop him and no authority to on sudden impulse. I crossed the lobby to the public phones. Call the hotel race and ask fedun serrano day. L. may eat ep. Call dan serano had checked out. No forwarding address. I called the del prado. And ask for bill blakeley. Mr blakely checked out. No forwarding address. I left phone booth and hurried back to the desk. The clerk was very sorry. Remond gallegos had checked out earlier in the day. No forwarding address you..