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Debate Commission says it will mute mics at final debate
"To talk over each other. During the final debate on Thursday night, President Trump and Joe Biden will have their microphones cut off. While their rival delivers the opening two minute answer to each debate topic that will give each candidate two minutes of uninterrupted time per segment. President Trump's campaign opposes to move but he says he will attend despite that change. President Trump, meanwhile, calling the government's infectious
Dow futures climb on signs of progress in stimulus talks
"Points. NASDAQ and S and P futures are up about a quarter percent to a third. The House speaker is reporting just a little bit of progress in those talks on a Corona virus stimulus bill. The optimistic tone comes ahead of perhaps another round of meetings a little bit later today, but House speaker negotiated for nearly an hour yesterday with the White House on the bill. And I'm Steve Krizan Itch on Chicago's very own 7
Chicago Public Schools Preparing To Resume Winter Sports In November
"In an alley on Chicago's South Side. It was designed by University of Chicago scientist. It's last mission was in 1985. A year before the tragic loss of the challenger. It stands 12 ft. Tall in an alley near the university's research Computing Center at 56th and Drexel after 35 years outside, it's NASA markings are still visible. Convict Vaughn with community corners on W. G
Jeffrey Toobin suspended by The New Yorker, on leave from CNN
"About. Jeffrey Toobin, CNN's chief legal analyst and longtime writer and reporter for The New Yorker, has been sidelined. Because he exposed himself during a zoom call with colleagues in what he says was an accident. A New Yorker says they suspended to have been following the incident and they're investigating the matter, Toobin says. I made an embarrassingly stupid mistake believing I was off camera. I apologized to my wife, family, friends and co workers. I believe that was not visible on zoom. I thought No one on the zoom call could see me. I thought I had muted the zoom video. So if you mute on zoom, that's the sound right? Correct. It's not the picture. And you have the little icon of the microphone, which you can draw you. You can click and there's a line through it The same with that little video camera there. It's not that hard, you know? And if you if you Hit the button that that takes the picture away. You would see that right? I mean, it's Yeah, because then your whatever your alternate images, whether it's your name her Ah, photo that pops up there. How about if
Year of Second Chances
"I want to talk about a year of second chances. I know I took off running really fast. I hope some people get up and listen to the show the first thing in the morning like the get out of bed and listen to me, God bless you today. I can I can. Can I come? Home a little bit Kinda crazy right now but here's the thing. I could bored. I get mad. I got up said, I. Didn't like was going on around this place I don't like what's happening in the world. I don't like people being being sequestered or quarantined I don't like people even doing that themselves. I don't like that because what happens it rubs of me and I don't like that and so eventually I know Scott Eventually, I say to hell with it and I do the right thing I I eat better to care myself I sleep. Better I start getting the positive attitude I start reading a little bit more exercise a little bit more in just a little bit. I do more of that and I say, let's go. Let's get this thing done and I've been feeling that way lately, and I'm really kind of this point like hang on for the ride because I'm going to put myself up and who knows what will happen when I do that don't talk about your second chances. This year Because that's what we have. We're getting close to the end of two, thousand twenty and like I said the beginning of the program. There are two very distinct kinds of people that I'm seeing these days. and. They're my personal life and I, see some of them on Facebook I've got a pretty good group of facebook friends. Why? Because a toss oil the other ones? Yata here if you're allowed mouth if you're if you're hypocritical if you're if you're one political bob type of person and you don't like anybody else that you're gone I, don't even to hear from you. Anymore I don't care I like regular people I like cool people to rules of my life be nice and be cool. That's it. Just be nice and be cool and if you're that way, I'd get along with anybody if not I, don't need you. For this to people I'm seeing my world right now number one people who were sitting around. Quote somebody knocked on my door. Oh, somebody's checking in on the I saw his data click they're responding to my data, Click Shit a turn that off I'm sorry but there from Dallas to them if you minutes here so to counsel people sitting around waiting to see what was going to happen that's it. They're living everyday life. It's mostly normal rights go the grocery stores to kind of working on that zoom machines. Some people going to work the whole thing but pretty much just kinda paused. Is Paused and see them all the time. I think it's okay to be paused a little bit and we are essentially a little bit pas anyway right now. Right. But there are other kinds of people. I've seen as well. And I hope I'm one of them I'm going to if not going to be at this afternoon I promise that they've decided life is too short to wait for things to happen. Don't care what's going on. The starting businesses, they're buying homes, the traveling more all kinds of we are looking at open houses as we can look at it some real estate it's amazing. How many people out there shopping for homes this flitting in and out buying stuff it's cool. Two kinds of people sitting around waiting to happen on pause or kicking butt making things happen which one are you? So my question to you today. Is Have you taken advantage of the opportunity to reevaluate your path. And Deliver Your Passion here in twenty. Twenty. I know not listen. This is kind of hard right now it's not easy for anybody to literally look around you watch the news talk to people see what's happening whatever whatever situation you're in. It is not easy to just decide to do it. You have got to pick yourself up and say, let's go. As a skillset that you've learned over time, you have the ability if you're eighteen or nineteen years old or twenty years old or twenty five, you might not have learned the skill set of dusting yourself off and and doing it again right what if you're older than that? You probably already know you know what it takes to get you pumped up and get you move him. Have you recognize the opportunities that are here liberty reset reevaluate do whatever you want to do in this life twenty twenty s provided that for some people it's forced that. You got to look at the positive way. Have you done that? So I'm a fan of STOIC philosophy, it just fits. Me Really truly does because the one I say explore the possibilities, things like that I love that thing because there's another side of that. So let me ask a couple questions here that are kind of STOIC and maybe might get your juices flowing if I have already done that today in my. Whatever they call his thing today. Don't even know what is. Are you willing to explore those possibilities of life right now. Maybe take direction. If you're willing to explore the possibility that means commitment, which is usually say, but here's the thing. Are you going to reserve the right to do nothing at all? That's very STOIC. The right to reverse to be able to contemplate just about anything and say, Hey, maybe so but now okay and don't have any prejudice toward it. It is what it is. A lot of people go exports darned. It didn't work out and get upset now who cares go explore the possibility re-evalue re evaluate reset figure out what you WanNa do but always reserve the right to not do a thing and if anybody says anything, I reserve the right not to change. Its, okay. Have you done that I know that a lot of folks right now listening to be say that reserving the right not to change reserving the right to explore and see what's possible to cognitively think of because maybe I can do this and then realize heck I don't want to. I get yelled all the time sky. Why'd you stop doing that? It's while got into it all I would like it determined they didn't like it I quit your a no not I reserve the right not to do it if I don't want to. Very STOIC by the way. Are Things in your life right now. Causing you desire. Because you don't have them. Because you want something. Right. or or something not in your life right now that is causing you fear. Something maybe anticipated. Not. In your life in other words are things you don't have and things you're not gonNa have better than causing you some fear. Right now
Star Trek: Discovery's newest character teases trouble and new tech
"With me is David Ginola plays Cleveland. Booker. Serves as our guide into new feature that the crew discovering his found themselves in welcome David Grievance thing me. So you're the newest addition to the cast Tell me a little bit about book. Yes. Cleveland Booker were introduced to this new character the last episode opening season. was really cool about the injection. This episode is you see Cleveland Brooklyn in a high stakes chase. He's on a very pestle mission which will understand throughout the season what he does Cleveland Book as a character. This gonNA bring levity. Fund had a different. Spontaneous, dynamic. So the franchise which we may not have the full and I know you can't get into details but how how does it get involved with the cruiser discovery because he's not are the federation is definitely outside. So what what how did the how the two sides meet I think? So when we are busy booker in episode. We see. The. Red Angel Michael, Benham mystery crash lands on Sir. Book Schick may land on a new planet which will be revealed soon and they form relationships they former relationship, which will allow Cleveland become integrated within the federation astill. I'm KIEF that sense of self identity within the federation he doesn't lose himself within the federation. Now even bookish compliment. You GotTa talk a little bit about that. 'cause obviously, you're you're coming from a different perspective, you're not being catapulted into the future nine hundred years in the future like the rest of the crew year you've lived this life in this era chocolate about how that works that dynamic works that different perspective versus the core discovery crew. Yes. So. How for Cleveland, Boca this is a wealthy he's integrated in and he understands. Thoroughly. and. does even towns of technology like his ship is very advanced. So later on in the season will see how freedom book is AIDS. Offer for services especially, not just because it is understanding of the new wealth but because of the shit he has he's able to collaborate with federation and do missions that they ordinarily wouldn't be able to. Access to the. Some unsavory Bob. So the world. That is an intriguing tease obviously seen at the tech side. So I WANNA talk about attack in the Tekken. Star track particularly like what you talk about tease. Would some of this unsavory technology capabilities that that your character has access to so I'm an episode one really recall scene where we go to the Macintosh, which is like the underground market SEALERS, unsavory characters, but nonetheless, there's a lot of. Technology equipment cargo shipments that go through the different avenues his market. Technology Wise. Pretty incredible this episode but there is one specific gun. The headlights speak about I called this gun tele- tele- means small but mighty cerise Mu gun like that is the one that. CLEVELAND. Book actually uses in the trailer. Sa- gun that you. pull out and then you push it in shoots. that. Gun To technology being thousands of the future is mighty impressive. The episode and that sequence of being in the CONSOL. Really does bring the audiences understanding the new worlds from a perspective of the technology. How advanced it is and I'm really excited to see that
Chicago Police Searching For Driver Who Crashed Into Furniture Store In Streeterville
"Gain. Chicago Police were looking for the driver of a car after it crashed into a furniture store in the Streeterville neighborhood last night. It was just after 10 o'clock when the Honda sedan went out of control and plowed through the front window of the court store in Ohio and Inter lakeshore drive. Driver got out and ran away. There were no serious injuries reported. The store is
Arizona reports 742 new coronavirus cases, three more deaths
"Updating Corona virus numbers this morning the number of positive cases from overnight 742 that brings the total number of positive cases to 231,000 won 49 3 deaths reported since Saturday. That brings the number of deaths to 5827 close to two million Tests have been administered since the pandemic began updated numbers
Disneyland Employees, Allies Rally Outside The Theme Park For Reopening
"On Earth. Looking a little sad today as employees Disneyland employees gathered outside today, with signs demanding Governor Gavin Newsom reopen the theme park along with Universal Studios Hollywood. The parks have been close since March, however. During the both the dining and shopping at both Parks had been open since the summer. The ongoing battle to reopen has been heating heated at times. Disney Urge Governor Newsome to give Disney a path to reopen Newsome did not budge. And Disney announced it was laying off 28,000 employees, mostly from Disneyland with others from Disney World In Florida. Disney Chairman Bob Iger resigned from the States Economic Corona Virus Task Force. Disney CEO Bob Chapek criticise the state of California as a guest on CNBC's closing Bell Colin California's guidelines more stringent than any other state in the U. S. Well,
President Trump carries on with rallies as health experts warn against large gatherings during pandemic
"In every four Corona virus tests are coming back positive. Residents Residents are are asked asked to to avoid avoid gatherings. gatherings. Even Even political political gatherings gatherings were were here here to to call call on on President President Trump Trump to to cancel cancel his his campaign campaign rally rally on on Saturday. Saturday. Dr Bob Friedland, along with Other Wisconsin doctors stepped up Friday to urge cancellation of the president's rally tonight in the state President Trump's rallies in danger public health and they have become platform for him to spread medically inaccurate information. Wisconsin is one of at least seven states that in the past two days has set records for infections. And there's no mystery about what's causing case numbers to rise. Retirement parties, birthday parties, baby showers, weddings all of those things in Kansas City, eight area hospitals have had to turn away patients this week in New Mexico, a second straight day of record breaking cases Friday, and hospitalizations were not
Wisconsin sets another COVID-19 record, Trump holds rally anyways
"Wisconsin has also seen a surgeon. While it's urging residents to avoid all gatherings large or small. President Trump is doing the state today. Here's correspondent Michael George here to call on President Trump to cancel his campaign rally. Dr. Bob Friedland, along with other Wisconsin doctors stepped up to urge cancellation of the president's right. Early tonight in the state President Trump's rallies in danger public health and they have become platform for him to spread medically inaccurate information that puts people's lives at risk Right here in Wisconsin, the growing number of cases in the Sun Belt and Midwest is forcing governors to rethink covert restrictions. Nebraska's governor Pete Ricketts, We have seen an increasing number of hospitalizations nearly 40% more than when we had our peak back in May. It's paying me to put in place these restrictions on people's personal. Birdie and for government to tell businesses how they have to run, but it's been necessary to be able to preserve that hospital capacity. Dr Anthony Foul to tell CBS News Putting health measures in place and re opening the economy are not mutually exclusive. Instead of having an opposition, open up the economy or shut down, no put shutdown away and say We're going to use public health measures to help us safely get to where we want
"bob so" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"So we're going to get right to the phone lines and get everybody and I promised. Let's start it off with Liz in Attleboro, is this Liz. I know in Attleborough. Yes, it is. Hi, Liz. How are you? Very good. Thank you again. Great. Great to hear your voice. Police ahead of Bob Rosenberg. Liz, go right ahead. I bade islands that were you. I remember my first don't condone it in at about, um, when I was 16 and working papers to work at a donut shop like amazing how much they have changed over the years. To see the new technology and that you know how they run streams and everything else. It's just amazing, but I will tell you the only one. I don't. I don't have one favor with a couple of favorite Duncan's I like the one that has chocolate frosted one and don't make up but that I think, Joan So you're really into health food, Liz. I assume. Well, let's treat everybody with that thing on the only thing he's I don't know if you knew Liz Liz Liz is does not have a weight problem so she can she can enjoy those. Those donuts Yes, music to my years, and I will say entrepreneurship I d'oh. Have a business and I know what it's like to do the engine out. I'm also a registered nurse, but I greet dogs and the aspect of learning and Making mistakes is you're going to war is really something, but in the end, it doesn't work out and just like it did for you. Thank you so much for checking in. Great to hear your voice. We will talk and we had to go on another on another big adventure. Liz was one of my listeners is on an adventure with us A trip down the Rhine River. A few hours ago, Bob So, yeah, we did out what? Didn't have Dunkin Donuts on the Rhine River. Unfortunately, no, we did it. We did have some thanks. Lives. We'll talk soon. Okay already. Thank you. Let's go next to Steve in Boston. Steve, you're on night side with the CEO for 35 years of Dunkin Donuts. Go ahead, Steve. Hi, Dan. How are you? I love you people at B Z Radio. Keep up the great job. Thank you very much. They had a Bob Rosenberg Bob. How Waya. It's so nice to talk to you. I've been a big fan of Dunkin Donuts for years. My favorite store is in back bay on Boylston Street across from the Lenox Hotel. The gentleman in there. Yes, George. He's the gentleman who owns the store. You betcha a long time. Probably go on. I 40 years. He Yeah, He's such a sweet guy. I know his daughter and I know his two nephews who have seven of their own stores. I assume that that is one of the prime locations that must do it is it is not a big snore physically, but yeah, I do a land office business. And I'm going I started going to that store when I was in private prep school around 74 of my school went out of business, but it was in back bay and that's when I started going there. But going there ever since. I'm very sorry I interrupted you. No, not at all I'm gonna say is that is that Ah story I used to tell. I would talk to each dunkindonuts diversity clan and sort of a particle. I'm not sure it's even true. But I would say it's rumored that the word retailing Really comes from the notion and old English derivation of award is a place in the neighborhood where people feel comfortable to come and retell stories and whether it's true or not. It really reflected to me. What, Really A true neighborhood store is like, and that's why I thought of a name my books from from around the corner to around the world. These were all and originally operate in a neighborhood with loyal customers who come in sometimes 23 times a day, and that's the very backbone in nature of the business and And that's why I love the business so much. Yeah. So you know, your relationship with Georges is exactly the one that that you guys. That's a special family. A very special family. A marathon runner. I'm a marathon runner and I run on Duncan's Thanks, Steve for the call. I appreciate it. Talk to you soon, Okay? Have a great weekend. Steve 617 to 5 for 10 30 Triple 89 to 1930 my guests Bob Rosenberg, Robert Rosenberg formally around the corner to around the world, dozens lessons I learned running Dunkin Donuts. He ran it for 35 years. There's nobody in this audience. I suspect who has never been to a Dunkin Donuts. But if if you have a A comment. You're more than welcome. Bob's going to stay with us until 11 o'clock joined the conversation will be back on night side. I'm I'm a huge dunkindonuts guy. I am I have discussions with friends. I say to them, you know, I can ask him. Are you a Yankee fan or a Red Sox fan or a Dunkin Donuts guy or a Starbucks guy? I mean, the's are the ways in which I think I categorized. And and I just think that Dunkin Donuts is for the working guy is for the blue collar guy. The guy with a Ah, lunch pail is that the way you see that as well, Bob or really is for everybody I then we would do customer surveys and it really ran the cross section. But It tends to be designed to provide delicious treats throughout the day. Great beverages. It's not.
Liam Neeson doesn't steal much more than your time in 'Honest Thief'
"From each other. What D'you like on TV this weekend? Well, there's actually quite a few movies that I like this weekend. I love these Liam Neeson movies where somebody does him wrong and he goes completely nuts. It's thiss new movie is not taken, but It certainly has taken from taken. It is called honest Thief, where Liam Neeson plays a very accomplished bank robber turns himself into the FBI because he wants to try to get a reduced sentence. Wants to turn in the $9 million that he's got. On, You know, it's kind of turn over a new leaf with this life. He's he's got a new girlfriend and wants to start a new life with her. And when the two cops show up to take him in and get the nine million bucks The two FBI agents decide that they are going to keep the $9 Million A third F B I officers shows up and questions the other to he gets murdered. And they pinned the murder on Liam Neeson. That's where they went wrong right there. Will these bad guys ever learned. You just don't mess with Liam Neeson. Nothing good is going to come from this. He hasn't been in an anger management class. Yet it's not is not has been very profitable for. Yeah. Now there's nothing original. In this movie. It's just exactly what you would expect from a Liam Neeson. Revenge thriller and I had so much fun watching movie sounds like it's not. It's not a good movie. I'm not going to say it's a great movie, but I had fun watching it. It's Dean's list B minus and it is in theaters exclusively. So if you want to see that you have
Jagged Little Pill, Moulin Rouge! & Slave Play Top 2020 Tony Nominations
"I appreciate that. All right? We have some Broadway news Don't way we have the Tony nominations that came out yesterday. And this is our year of You know, theater, no theater. You know what's going on with all of this. The Tony nominations this year are plays that were open. Beef on on or before February. That's when everything shut down, so it's very, very small Sampling of plays. And the play that wound up getting the most nominations. 15 in all was Thie Atlantis. More set musical, Jagged Little Pill was nominated for best musical. So was Moulin Rouge, the musical. That one is based on the the movie from nearly two thousands and also teen of the Tina Turner musical, which I happened to see when I was in London and is fantastic. I'm a huge Tina Turner fan. So you know, I may not be the most objective person on this, but there's only three musicals nominated this year. For best play. The nominees are Grand Horizons. The inheritance seawall, a life and slave play best revival of a play Betrayal Frankie and Johnny and declared a loon and a soldier's play. There are no nominees for best revival. Of a musical this year. It's a very, very bizarre unlisted. They don't even know when the awards are going to be given out. Normally, the Tony awards come out in June. They've already said that that will not be happening in June of next year, but they have not said if they're going to do an award show if they're just going to announce winners. What's gonna happen? But those air the major nominees that came out yesterday, We've got the full list up the W G and t v dot com
NFL players required to isolate if they show symptoms of coronavirus despite a negative test result
"Says anyone experiencing symptoms is required to isolate even if their test result is negative, which means a player with a cold, maybe sent home regardless of test results. Alabama football coach Nick Saban remains asymptomatic and isolating at home after testing positive but won't be allowed to coach his second ranked team from home tomorrow night against Number three. Georgia will have that game tomorrow. 6 30 on W G N eighth rank Cincinnati's game A Tulsa tomorrow, postpone because a covert on the bear cats This, by the way, the last weekend without big 10 football till Christmas. If all goes well, another home run for rookie Randy arose Aranha not enough for Tampa Bay in the fourth three lost to Houston arose. Arena has hit six homers this postseason, tying a rookie record in Atlanta beat the Dodgers tend to 22 homers for our B eyes. For Marcel Ozuna. Both Siri's resume today. David W. G in sports is the
Chicago officer sues former police chief Eddie Johnson for sexual assault
"Police superintendent, responding to sick sexual assault and harassment allegations filed against him by former member of his protective detail against David Jennings. Has Johnson stayed been reads The allegations of sexual assault and harassment made by Miss Donald never happened or accusations are not only patently falls. They're egregiously dehumanizing towards true victims who were truly suffered sexual assault and harassment in the workplace. The claims are an affront to everything I believe in and stand for. I pray Verma's Donald's wellbeing and look forward to the opportunity where the facts Khun B. Presented David
Being Customer Driven With Data-Driven Marketing
"Welcome to marketing trends I mean phase on host of marketing trends, and today we are joined by special guests Marty. How are you? I'm good I. Doing it is great to have you. I'm really excited to talk to you today. Obviously, we love salesforce and and you're the amazing sponsor the show. But beyond that you've been doing some amazing work. You're writing a book that's going to be out soon, called customer driven, and we're GONNA talk a lot about data, which is at the at the top of mind for every marketer. Before we get into all that, how did you get started marketing? That's a good question. I've had a very strange career in I have a hard time explaining it to my mother. But when I look back realized started wanting to be a journalist New York and ninety s writing for magazines back when there were magazines and it seemed like a viable career and I ended up at MTV networks on a show called video. And wrote the little bubbles blurbs, which is the the peak of my journalists experience, and then after that I went into to business school, I wanted to management consultant probably the only person at the time we want to be one and I thought it would be glamorous and sexy to be a media consultant and then the dot com bomb happened two thousand and one, and so I ended up over. Counter the healthcare over over the counter healthcare consulting, which is just what it sounds like and then I ended up at an AD agency doing direct marketing and measurement, and that was kind of the beginning of my marketing advertising career and it was through consulting. It was sort of it was strategic engagements and the career was actually called measurement. I pick all these glamorous wants the measurement was basically impact. of Ad campaigns and it was dumb you know digital campaigns how did they do look at search and display and so on and I was in that field for about ten years and then I, went to garner as an industry analyst covering advertising technology and marketing technology and measurements. Still now, it will be called data science. By the way, I would get a retroactive promotion and then I joined salesforce. About two years ago. So it's always been on the MARCECA and an analytic side in interestingly enough in the beginning that was not the sexy part of marketing and now it is, of course, if you're the the data scientists on the campaign, you're the coolest person there but it was the exact opposite twenty years ago. So I've I've written the wave up. Yeah. The closest closest person to to proof. Of, being ends up being the most valuable person room I do I'm Gonna I'm GonNa follow up on the pop up video stuff because I'm endlessly fascinated in that but flash forward to today. What does it mean to Espn Strategy for Marketing Cloud salesforce? It's. It's an interesting job at spans product management product marketing, and with the flavor of thought leadership I think when I was hired, which was two years ago it was around a specific problem it was and it was into the product organization. Software companies are structured with pretty defined role. So you're in either in product management, which is sort of halfway between engineering and marketing or your product marketing, which is what it sounds like you're in sales or you're an engineer so there for basic rules and this is close. To, product management and the question was around the customer data platform category CD, which was the hottest and is probably still the hottest category and March tack that's come along in a long time since two thousand and sixteen. It's just been hyped out of out of control kind of like insider hype. If you're in the business, you know what I'm talking about. If you're outside, you'd be like what? What's a CD, but it's it's a big deal and the question at salesforce was do we have one? Should we acquire? It was billed by require that kind of thing, and they needed someone from the outside who wasn't sort of inside the the salesforce system having come as a as an analyst industry analyst who knew the industry and a new kind of outsider perspective to say it what is what I need to Dan I knew coming in that we needed to build queries harder than it looks to build something, and that's what we've done. In fact we're launching that in next month version wants it's a tremendously major effort on. As, part to pivot engineers and to develop this net new product customer three sixty audiences, which is a CPA and in fact, the topic of our book customer driven I, wrote it with my colleague Chris O'hara to give him full credit, the multi-talented era he and I wrote this book about Customer Data Platforms it's not about salesforce, but it is about this category, which is fascinating. Yeah I mean. Will we've seen you name it start-up getting snatched up data startups getting snatched up right and left being acquired. Just recently had some massive. IPO's around data companies. I mean, clearly, data is where it's not the new oil and it's not the new oil because that phrase literally never made sense but. But it is the lifeline of every marketer, and if you don't have an extremely strong philosophy and data, you're probably going to be left really far behind, which is pretty counter to the days of marketers creating you know add copying doing some of the things you were doing earlier in your career specifically around ad agencies and things like that I. mean you know going from that agency or from agency to to analyst to here on curious like what is that evolution been like for you? It's I mean, it's it's Bi modal. It's by modal is even to saying that kind of makes me a nerd, but it's a left brain right brain and and it's definitely I do this presentation sometimes say. How has marketing changed over the past twenty years as as a discipline and I remember when I was in business school as I said is right before the DOT com Bob's of two, thousand, two, thousand and one in Colombia and you could tell the people are interested in marketing back. Then just by looking at them, they were like slightly better looking. You know they dress better and they were you know I wouldn't say the social skills were definitely better. They were less interested in making money march sin hanging around with celebrities and I. I mean I'm being reductive in a way. I was one of them. So I can say this, but it was definitely a kind of a branch of show business. And today it really isn't. I mean that part hasn't gone away obviously of influencers, the celebrities if fonts and all that stuff but it's a lot less around the big campaigns and what we might call the softer side of marketing, and it's a lot more about the the foundational data layer and you have to be able to talk today to scientists give them credible instructions and you have to be able to understand things like statistical significance that marketers didn't have to worry about in the past. So I think it's it's a profession that has really Shifted, but it hasn't really shed what it was the past. So it's it's that it makes it interesting, but it also makes it very difficult to succeed in as a CMO. You see a CMO tenures being very short and it's because they have to be a statistician and an artist, and there aren't that many people could do both. So you know it's the long way round for. Saying that my background is is strangely appropriate because I was like in TV and then I was in business school, and so if you have those two elements I, think you can negotiate this strange new world It's moving more towards the data side than the graveside I would say, but we might we might see swing
Johnny Nash: 'I Can See Clearly Now' singer from Houston dies aged 80
"Nash has died. Here is a look at his life and career. might think of Johnny Nash is a one hit wonder. But not only did he have other hit songs. He also ran a record company was an American born reggae singer and helped launch the career of a friend of his A guy named Bob Marley. Yeah, Johnny Nationals, a lot more than the guy who made I can see clearly now a smash hit in 1972 as a teenager. His voice was compared to that of Johnny Mathis. And although Born in Houston, he helped champion reggae music here in the US and although I consider Clearly now is usually considered a source of inspiration. The meaning apparently was more practical. It is said that he wrote it while recovering from cataract surgery. Johnny Nash was 80 when he died of natural causes. I'm Oscar Wells,
University Of Chicago’s Booth School Of Business Going Remote After Students Attend Party, Test Positive For COVID-19
"The University of Chicago Booth School of Business will begin attending classes remotely after a covert 19 outbreak. W G and Eric Running has that we do not know an exact number of how many students have cove in 19, but we do know more than 100 are now under quarantine after the school says. Some business students broke the rules and threw a party students came back to the University of Chicago. They agreed to wear masks get tested in practice social distancing within the last week, however, the school says a group of MBA students violated those rules. Some got sick and put their classmates at risk. For Contracting Cove in 19 University hopes to get thean person learning back By October, 28th. A
"bob so" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"With You notice something suspicious in that list, you red But no Donald Trump. No Donald Trump. I mean, that's probably the most famous Twitter account there is right now is that could've gotten how come his wasn't breached this group a lot of money and they were offering a Bitcoin deal. You were supposed to send a certain amount of Bitcoin. To these fellows, and you'd get double your money back. Bill Gates had a little message supposedly from him saying, I send me 1000 big point. I'll give you 2000 now and the last I read yesterday they This guy's got $115,000 in donations. They did. Yeah, in Bitcoin money. Yeah. So gone. They are right. We'll never find him. Well, let's see. It's the day later on, we'll see how much of this Lt's up Brad Garrett from ABC News reporting Crime and Terrorism, Adeline. Excellent. Thank you. Well, what is the story? Silva? Still the same today, Or is there anything different? I don't know. I don't think there's anything different. The FBI, which is predictable now are in the middle of it with Twitter. So you know, you got To sort of big problems here. One is That that twenties you mentioned Twitter itself got hacked. These individual counts didn't But if you've hacked Twitter and you have access to, I guess, basically all of us that have Twitter accounts. Then you could start sending messages. Through our accounts, and that's exactly what happened. If you think about Biden, Obama, Kanye West fill in the blank. That that takes you to millions of followers. So a tweet from Obama alone will get you. You know a lot of people who will get this tweet about You know, doubling your money of which most of us would look at you go. Well, that's just not right. But but there's going to be a group of people and that are going to bite. And the last number I saw it was a little over $100,000 that they supposedly were able to get the Bitcoin before Twitter shut them off, and the deal really was send us money in Bitcoin, and we'll double it. And people went for it because you think someone sophisticated enough to have a Bitcoin account will also be sophisticated enough to realize this is a scam. Well, that's exactly right. I mean, like the one supposedly scented Elon musk. A Tesla was feeling grateful. Doubling all payments into my my Bitcoin address. You send 1000 ice and back 2000 Gotta also looked away. It's written. This is almost like English as a second language, which tells me you know, this could be a hacker in Eastern Europe or something like that. And you have to do this in the next 30 minutes. There was a short window on it. So that so that you will act impulsively and click. Yes, and send them, you know, Bitcoin money so Ah, maybe a sophisticated hack, but certainly an unsophisticated crime. So what's Twitter's response to this? Is this really shaken them? I'm sure it has. I mean, if you think about The number of high profile and important people. Which is just about everybody is going to have a Twitter account in some form or fashion in the idea that you know a hacker to get into their system and start sending messages via these people's Twitter accounts. I'm sure has shaken them to the core. You know, Will they be able with the FBI's help to figure out where it came from? Maybe maybe not. And trying to track Bitcoins. I mean good luck, but that that's impossible, either. That's the right answer. Bob So, and that's why they used Bitcoin, obviously so Ah ah, it's like what you could have done. With this hack into Twitter beyond just basically trying to steal money. Think about the message is that this had been state sponsored. You know the subtle messages they could send out the A. Biden Obama, etcetera. You know, could influence or sway people a certain way. Well, I guess I'll ask. Was this a sophisticated hack? Or is this easier to do than we think? Well, I don't know. I mean, there's I will tell you there's been Discussions on the dark Web. People have told me that For some of the encryption of how to get into Twitter was out there so that somebody by the encryption course the question is, Where did word to the cellar? Get the encryption keys Did they have inside? How Wait, Don't know. I mean, we just don't know you might recall that. Ah, In the recent past, a disgruntled Twitter employees actually shut down President Obama's Twitter. I'm sorry, President Trump's trunks. Yeah, Trump's Twitter account for a brief period of time on then they got to back up. That was an inside job. No one has talked about it being an inside. We'll have to see that the short answer is We don't really know how they got inside Twitter, but clearly they did. Hi, Brad. Thanks for that report. We appreciate it. You're welcome. Take its Brad Garrett ABC News talking to us about the Twitter hack that we mentioned yesterday on the show and again, they had Twitter itself and then took over some accounts and sent out messages. Promising double your Bitcoin if you responded with Bitcoin, and we understand that, Johnny can now we don't know if we were actually No, It's just that they shut down the whole 20 right? They didn't use our account to send out. No, no, but but we everything. Everything got shut down, so we couldn't post anything They know. I don't think that they're not lucrative in Bitcoins. Yeah, If you're going Bitcoin mining, our crowd is not the well coming up. Next. It did happen again, almost the same way. It happened Monday into Tuesday. Another federal execution Next right news, John and Kan Ko Phi Debra Mark has more felony charges.
"bob so" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Bob so see for the patriots. They will have their versions of the Super Bowl, of course. And then you'll get the Westwood One version too. I believe it's Kevin Harlan, and it will not be boomer assize in this year. He retired from Westwood One broadcast and so he'll be at the Super Bowl. And in fact will be joining us on our Wednesday nights slash Thursday morning show weight Wednesday. Yes, I think I can't remember now. Anyway, he'll be on the show at some point next week or this week from Atlanta, but he won't be part of the Super Bowl broadcast. Although I think it'll be really interesting to hear Kurt Warner's. Not only his reflections on the Rams and the Super Bowl. But also just the idea of now having hesitate to call it a rematch, but a rematch of of the Super Bowl that followed the two thousand one season. It's after hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS sports radio. You can follow me on Twitter Ayla radio, and you're going to want to because as soon as I tell you the story you're going to get the unofficial polar bear plunge video. And the reason I say, it's unofficial is. Because it was taken with my phone and Greg Shipley. Who is the member of the Maryland state police that was on my show on Friday morning, and who was really instrumental in including me in the police plunge on Friday at at an apple is Chesapeake Bay. He had my phone. And so he was taking pictures some of the funniest pictures you'll ever see. But probably the greatest action photo of my entire life, which is already on Twitter. And on Facebook. He was taking pictures, and then he started rolling the video after I had already plunged into the water. But you do get the other. You get the final fifty seconds of my plunge experience on this. Unofficial video. So again, it's all edited I will post it as soon as I get done telling you my story, as you know, because you're listening to the show on Friday morning. The Maryland state police have the nation's largest polar bear plunge benefits Special Olympics, nearly ten thousand strong, and there are multiple plunges over various day so students plunge you end up having a corporate plunge. You have the, you know, the plunge for pretty much anybody who wants to be involved, and because of my schedule I was part of the police fire rescue and military plunge. It was awesome to be there to have the opportunity to interact with so many who are in public service. And also a lot of the cadets, I didn't interact the cadets aren't allowed to interact with a lot of the cadets from the naval academy. And some more pictures that I can share with you. But essentially they were lined up on the beach an hour before we ever did the plunge. The governor was there as well. And he's a major supporter of not this law enforcement Special Olympics. He was handing out a special courage award. Greg. Forced me to make comments on the stage. I did not want to. I was so nervous. I tried to hide from him. But he found me anyway. And I got a picture with the governor was it was just a really awesome experience to be included with so many people that I admire and that was actually what I settle the stage was if you can spend a day with so many people that you admire it's got to be a good day between fire and rescue when first responders and our military as well as the number of Special Olympics athletes that were there. So that was awesome to to be able to shake hands and give hugs and the-they're gold medals and ask them about their sports, all of those things were far more important than the fact that I was cold. But can I be honest. I have never been colder in my entire life. I don't care what you say about. How thirty six degree water is not that big of a deal. It was frigid, and I spent ninety seconds not by design is bet ninety. Seconds in that thirty six degree water. And by the time that thirty seconds had passed. I could not feel the lower half of my body. I was ready to get out after fifteen seconds. Nope wasn't allowed. So here's how it worked out. There is a state police dive team. And if you listen to the show on Friday, you probably heard Greg talk about it. They former perimeter about one hundred yards out for the beach. Again, you can see some of the seventies. Details on the pictures that have already tweeted and put on Facebook. And so the dive team I met beforehand, and they said to me you have to come out and give us a high five, and I didn't want to lie. So I said I'll try I can't make any promises, but I will try to make it the hundred yards out to give you all high fives. Now as it turned out the go pros were on the heads of the dive team. And that's who was videoing me. But there was one of the dive team members who was injured and couldn't be out there in the water for as long as they were out there. I mean, I give them credit. They're wearing multiple wetsuits. But obviously there still frozen 'cause they're out there for a good hour, and they're out there more than once because there are multiple plunges per day. So. So the member of the dive team that was injured. His name was Chris. So he was paired up with me as my plunge, buddy. He promised me. He would not push me. He would not hold me in the water that he would just accompany me because he needs someone to plunge with two. So we waited till all the crazy cadets rushing and rushed out. I mean, it was nuts. So you should have seen these cadets from the naval academy. They went in yelling this massive. Roar goes up on the beach, and they all go running into the water, of course. And I'm sure that it was just as cold for them. But a lot of them went all the way out to the dive team perimeter. But that was not my plan. I just didn't tell Chris. So finally, the beaches cleared, they didn't want me to go in at the same time as the cadets for fear that I would get run over. I thank you for that. Finally, the beaches cleared, and they me up in the middle. So there's still a few people in the water. But they wanted the divers to be able to get me on gopro. So they had to signal the divers the divers are waving. Yes, we're ready. So there was no more stalling. So we did a one two three. And I got this running. Start. And as I promise she was going to happen. I get three big steps in. And I'm feeling shock of this cold water. And then because in water your lower-half when you're running your lower have is moving more slowly than your top half. I was top heavy and boom fell right into the water. But I was good. Right. Okay. That was my plunge. My hair got wet by things got wet. I was all the.
"bob so" Discussed on The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast
"Out still friends and agreeing on things, which is pretty cool and miss. You miss. We miss Bob so much Bob just warn you. We're coming after you. We're going to capture you in our little spider web of podcasting s like that. And we're gonna catch him in there. We're gonna we're gonna do one with just Bob, I think talk about the animation nitty gritty, but you guys are gonna love this. I learned so much about the movie in some nitty gritty stuff and backstory, and even even some, you know, cut scenes and things that we discussed about might be some spoilers here here and there, but not many we tried to stay away with that Thomas a good time before we do our intro into it is that I want to say we're so so thankful to as we in this year for our wonderful and supportive sponsors that been with us since almost the beginning Stewart ING books Stewart in books dot com. If you guys can go check them out and support them. We'd really love it. Because these guys are so great you and I both bought a Stewart ING. Book purchase recently. I think it was wreck it Ralph or Ralph breaks the internet art of book. Yes. Was that amazing? You're the one that's about a Tom. It was just got it in the mail literally yesterday. So it came just after Christmas, which is fine. It was my own little Christmas present to myself anyway. And it is fantastic. Because I think it has what twelve to fifteen artists that signed it and directors film, original hours. Yeah. Yeah. So this is one of those special things were starting had brought them in or group or brought him to picture. I don't know what he did actually. And but brought him to those artists had them all sign them. All and so you had this limited amount that were signed still only fifty dollars hit the book is normally I'm gonna say thirty thirty five at didn't. Really, look, he's not really upcharging. There's no way he's really benefiting from this with all the effort. He put into it financially. He's really just kind of doing this for people like us that are. Like so geeking out that we get now a book that signed by that many people it works for me. I mean, I I was like when you texted me and said, hey, Stewart's offering this awesome book with all these signatures in it. I'm like, yeah. Win. I going to be able to get all these guys together that worked on at design gals in the film, and I'm just saying guys in a general sense. And I going to get them. I mean, even at CTN would you'd have a hard time or an expo or CEO, come come. You'd have a hard time. Getting all those signatures. Does it for you? And yeah, I'll pay a little bit more than what it's what it's selling for Amazon because I got a collector's item. So thank you stewarding. And how you do that people to see. No is you really need to go to his website and register get onto subscription list. So that you're getting the emails coming to you. Yeah. Making those announcements excludes. Oh, yeah. So you'll find out about those things as they get announced and be able to to get on that train. I have a feeling these are gone already. So. Be talking. To this podcast comes out for sure. Checkout Stewart N G books dot com for all.
"bob so" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Bob, Bob, so fast tweeted out. Up on your ass. Forty story that goes along with that is that when I was talking to Joe bond saw, and I did that great interview. And again, just a special moment because again, he just out of the blue watched me on Newsmax TV one night. And I think they actually replayed the show at midnight. And that's when he caught him in the replay. And he sent me a tweet, and it was just really cool about it. When I interviewed him. I just done this pags parody. You're fired. And I was like a you want to hear what I did. And I said I used your song Elvira for a parody you want to hear you say, it's okay. So is it. Okay. That I use these absolutely as you sure. You don't wanna hear it? It's kind of funded, and I I really don't go because he didn't want to hear it and afterwards I thought about and I said, I'm glad he didn't. Because he might have heard it and said that sucks man, don't don't run with that. So I was kinda glad that we we sorta got away with not having to play the song for Joe again the pags parodies. I try to make sure that the words are are understand why I can go back. To some of the first ones that I ever did in the first one that he did was called TSA. It was why TSA did it to the the the female or to the tune of YMCA by the village people. And I believe berry best my producer at the time came up with the idea. And and it was it was really very cool. But it was in its infancy weren't use a lot of harmonies why wasn't really focusing as much as as I do now. But what's interesting as long as the first one took it probably took three or four hours. Some of the ones that you guys seem to like the best actually take me like twenty minutes. Sometimes I'll do them right before the show like right before the medicines great idea going to get this right now. And and if a lucky I throw a little bit of harmony in there, but the one take of the second take I actually did one avenue that will play for you later that I was sort of challenge during the show to do it. And we did it live on the program for the first time and will play that for you later on. So again, the way these things have come around. It's interesting. It's a lot. You're likely don't you stop singing just stick to the topics? You talking about the important issues cage. You're talking about the news of the day. That's why I tuned in. And then like one parody would hit the right? The right note pun intended for you. And then people would say all right. I kind of get it that was kind of cute. Some people said I've never laughed at a parody before. I did it this one. And then they started saying, okay? What what did you do a parody amiss? And then the suggestion started coming in. So I'm glad you guys like them. I'm gonna keep on doing my promise. I said I was going to step up my game in two thousand eighteen and I did it. Twenty nineteen is going to be an all new year with all new parodies and only tunes he'd been right here. Much more the program. The Joe pags show. This.
"bob so" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
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"bob so" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"I was just wondering i love the smell of the frisia plant but i was wondering i don't have any luck growing the ball up here can we grow them up here you can but they're tender tropical bob so they're not winter hardy here so you would actually plant them in the spring and then allow them to bloom that summer and then you could dig the ball up and store them like you would store a dal youtuber you know in a box of peat moss for the winter and then replant them in the spring but you couldn't leave them outside year round and what i found actually the best place to grow them up here is in containers they do yeah they do really well in pots planted in the spring and then just enjoying them for the season in either you know replacing the following spring or data store as dallas pretty much just in a box of peat moss like that you know i would probably store them ill location that's a little bit warmer than where he would store your maybe more like fifty or forty five i wouldn't go down into the forties or even high thirties with those okay they seem when they start to grow they get real lady and then they just follow over yeah you have to stake them you have to stake them 'cause they're bred for these big beautiful flowers which is lovely except they're not bred to have strong sturdy stems so you have to provide them some type of support okay thanks a lot thank you thank you i need support no you're giving me support let's say how to barbara in south park for doug and jess hey barbara good morning good morning it's raining that's good right i do wanna ask about milkweed but i saw when i say we i picked first tomato june thirtieth wow what kind of was it was it's called early treat and it's only three ounces but still been picking quite a few in fact i gave some away already plus i have found that if i got an and i trimmed the the dead branches off of the tomato plant i ended up getting sunburned on my tomatoes so i prefer leaving the ones that are browning off even if you know but anyway wasn't milkweed and demonic so last year i had one are i have milkweed like it's everywhere in a regular milkweed then i also have the milk yeah the the orange when the the butterfly weed yup yeah thank you i have not seen i'm gonna here we were just visit where where do they lay the eggs on milkweed and how long if they would cna how long would it take to to just talking about monarchs before we came on and i saw some monarch caterpillars when i was out of the garden and an adult monarch but that's the only ones i've seen so disappointed i thought because i planted your mexican some flowers this year i have thirty plants right yeah one better one monarch well the eggs are little white ovals that are usually attached to the bottom of the leaf and sometimes if you're willing to hang out in the garden for fifteen minutes or so in the middle of the day when the adult monarchs you're flying you'll actually catch the females laying the eggs on.
"bob so" Discussed on News 104.5 WOKV
"So this is a short when to bob so just hang tight okay car or i'm sorry bob see what you did i didn't mean shame will make folks i wanna take a very short information timeout for artsy and we'll be right back you're listening is one oh four five of you okay the smart money time is ten forty five yes lines are open three four zero one zero four five that's free four g wo one zero four five did you did you know spring is here the weather is warming up and it's about to be pool season in florida now how does that relate to taxes you're going to have to stay tuned in to find out smart money brought to you by madden advisory services right here on news one four or five w okay be if you'd like to learn more about us services that we provide check us out at madden advisory dot com here's what four five wkbd will be at the jacksonville in water boat show april thirteenth at metropolitan park join us from four to six and be sure to stop by the wkbd pike it's jamie progressive's employee of the month two months in a row leave a message at the hi jamie it's me jamie i just had a new idea for our song about the name your price tool so when it's like tell us what you want to pay hey hey and the trombone goes blah wah wah and you say we'll help you find carbajal options to fit your budget then we just all do finger snaps while a choir goes savings coming at ya savings coming at ya yes no maybe anyway see you practice tonight i got new lyrics for the rap break progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates price and coverage match limited by state law a four pack of tickets just go to the contest page on wwl dot com if you have a backyard.
"bob so" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"And welcome back to coast to coast where with bob roth talking about his latest work strengthened stillness the power of transcendental meditation bob so is meditation a science or is it spirituality or is it both you know first of all there's certain meditations that are the word meditation just means sort of thinking just many different types of thinking or meditation so the meditation that i teach and practice is spiritual if you define spirituality not in a religious sense but in sort of the the best of human health the best of human creativity the best of human emotions feelings than it is but it's really the reason why it's taking off george and i'm sure you're aware of this because of all the work you do with health is science alternative medicine is taking off his because of the science so much science behind it i want to say one thing i think we're moving in the direction where paranormal will soon just become normal normal we'll just be normal or definitions of normal or going to have to expand as we understand more and more the potential of the brain and the potential the cardiovascular system and all these other systems within the body yes a matter of fact i had a guest on not too long ago who talked about the heart being probably the center of everything in terms of emotion that's an amazing story all by itself a what did the person say well it they they think the heart is almost like a brain that that that's where your emotions come from your desires it's absolutely strange but that's possible well we're going to be understanding more and more you know what what i think the new frontier this nothing new to you but the new frontier is the exploration of human consciousness and what is the potential of the brain and what what happens we know what happens to the brain and the human body when stress starts ripping things apart and we know how the body can fall apart to innumerable diseases but what happens when we've been meditating for years and decades like you have what happens when we've been eating properly for years and decades how creative can we be how happy can we'd be how how long.
"bob so" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Radio george fled peter schwarts an unbelievable finish in pittsburgh the patriots take the lead on a dion luis eightyard touchdown rod the twopoint conversion with fifty six seconds to go back came the steelers with twenty eight seconds left and while the spurt or through a 10yard touchdown pass the jesse james whether it was overturned by replay and then to plays later go to go from us across her two hundred it's clear is oh bob so jeon patriots radio the patriots coach the afc east with a twenty 24 win over the steelers and to make matters worse for pittsburgh antonio brown left the game in the second quarter with a calf injury reportedly a partially torn calf muscle brad is unlikely to play next week with us expected back for the playoffs now the sunday night game late in the first quarter in oakwood the cowboys in the raiders let's check in live with riley on earth three point nine to go in the first quarter of the cowboys need a threenothing on a dan bailey forty five yard field goal creepers quarter soap opera offered morris a running back playing in place zico elliot seven carries fifty one yards rushing crust got four seven for thirty seven yards readers and so far dare car just one of three for four yards passing and marche on three carries three yards on the ground threenothing categorically first quarter ryan thank you elsewhere week fifty nine 25 twenty three rams 40 to see off seven jaguars clinch a playoff spot beat that saxons 45 seven panthers thirty one packers.
"bob so" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"In a score the one you heard there with bob so see on the patriots radio network e e this was a weird kind of game for the raiders because they move the ball they just couldn't score so they had they had movement up to feel that a couple of turnovers and also eight penalties that just could not punched the ball into the end zone and some mistakes at the worst possible times and patriots has dominated this so it was a home game for the leaders in as saudi always take up not really up the alley of uh jack dole rio he said if this was 0 away game a road gave i would have been five because it's a home game more than unhappy i understand i mean the teams that are force travel london or in this case to go to mexico they're giving up a game at their own place in our own beds with their own facilities and everything else them um i'm quite certain that there isn't a team out there that if you ask them to the like sure we'll volunteer minutes as just the way that the nfl is attempting to expand its fan base so six straight wins four new england same record as the pittsburgh steelers on top of the afc and after hours with amy lawrence on cbs sports radio tom brady definitely is one of our candidates for monday mvp right now he and drew brees are going neck and neck uh in in in our polcie confined that on twitter at low radio also in their jagr's defense because they will not be overlooked or the team that could probably be closest to not having a quarterback uh and then and allen who was the target of choice for philip rivers all all of those turnovers by the bills at i think at halftime the chargers had thirty seven points and twenty four of them had come off of bills turnovers seek invite us on twitter or lots of you weigh in on facebook about the most cringe worthy performance of the weekend daniel says that sheets losing to the giants was pretty cringe worthy brett says the dallas defense completely disappearing in the second half after having a pretty good showing in the first half in same lots of cowboys fans always on our facebook page jorges says the raiders he was at the game we lost in.
"bob so" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"And then pay four twenty five kick off which doesn't sound like it's going to be a siesta in mexico city if you listen to william hoods worth belachov all week joining us right now is the guy who spent a week in colorado springs colorado drinking beautiful pristine mountain water our friend bob socie bob how're you i'm going at you well i'm not sure let's see what the uh trader joe's water that i have in my hand come from it's come uh manuel months california so i don't know if there are mountains there or not but uh it is pristine i've seen the pictures on twitter and zolak can you even sent me a few of the gist beautiful streams and brooks and all of the i mean all of the sites that you were able to take again as you're really training for the boston marathon are you not only current get acclimated ah the us it would the team right before we spend to seventy three hundred feet above sea level with mexico city but if you're trying to turn over new leaf attia fortunately the wind keeps blowing matched uh that leaf over and over and over just as it turns over what the live uh bob so z with us all right gene destroy for the week was wiped in colorado springs bob where we agree with a great opportunity uh one clue lou coup for those of us who accompanied the kuna and for those covering the team i'll start there we had a couple of days where the were practices to no avail ability so you had a lot of free time to explore pikes peak or at the garden other guy or both if you're lucky enough and i did that and you really it's billy beautiful country and reminder of just how spacious how fast america is especially when you get away from the east coast and obviously a completely different landscape here in in milwaukee and if the great opportunity of course to cite c and then gain a full appreciation of uh what what it's like the us air force academy uh in from the patriots point of view of course they just took advantage of the practical aspects of it as a matter of.
"bob so" Discussed on Talk 1300 AM
"There and yeah there's some changes in their immediate body but they they make without valid points as it's tough to it's tough to deliver the tax breaks without having a go across the board issues come it's just going to be that way but we've got a couple of calls we're gonna head to castle tend to speak the bob you can reach us here at five one eight four seven six 1300 good morning bob good morning i guy bob you there yet hello i don't think we have bob so let's let you there is there you go i bob our guy i've got a question of the performance of the market has been very could delay of oh basically since late farmer and i'm wondering i have a technology like about a third of my a town in technology and that done very well uh third is in a financial her event and i'm thinking is basically to left of the large technology have they reported earning and would it be smart to reduce that position uh down from oh because done for well look at the chart and it just seemed like it and it going up nights like a airplane taking often i'm just thinking maybe i should reduced fat what is your honour on a on a trading standpoint uh bob i can't argue facebook is a perfect example this week facebook's earnings reaction wasn't because of their earnings their earnings crush there what do they retracted but facebook had moved up ten dollars a share prior to earnings as well as of amazon but that in that same time they released earnings they were getting grilled on capitol hill on security why and adds the intervention by foreign countries in with election it yet well nac the rising costs to keep that up with was was a concern but my point is is if you watched facebook on an individual basis that's what's happening and that's what's going to be the next trend you know i'm not a rubber stamp guarantee it puts you will see within the weeks coming up to earnings next time the amazon's the out alphabets they apples will start to move up prior to earnings in it's going to take a lot to beat him so to your point i it's tough to not take some money off the.
"bob so" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Home freighter media group station asia trip no jail time i'm barbara kusak president trump says he's looking forward to a successful asia trip correspondent ryan nobles reports the president's first stop in hawaii will be a working layover shortly after he lands he'll receive a briefing from his pacific command and then later this evening he will toward the uss arizona memorial at pearl harbor they'll spend the night here in honolulu and then he'll be wheels upper tokyo tomorrow morning army surgeon beaubourg dole who walked away from his post in afghanistan and triggered a search the left some of his comrades severely wounded was spared a prison sentence by military judge correspondent nick valencia no jail time for both berjaud but he will have his rank reduce and he's also going to be paying up to ten thousand dollars when it's all said and done president trump tweeted the judge's ruling that bird will serve no prison time is a complete and total disgrace new york city police are building a case against movie mogul harvey weinstein as investigators are following up on a 2010 rape allegation chief of detectives robert boyce says one accusers claim is close to moving forward we have an actual case here bob so we're happy with investigations by now mr one out of state we would need a warrant to arrest him so right now we're gathering or of his a massive report released by the federal government concludes it is extremely likely that global warming is caused by humans details from correspondent jan johnson the authors include scientists from multiple government agencies and academic researchers who say average temperatures are climbing and seas are rising and most of that is because of carbon dioxide from burning coal oil and natural gas it's a conclusion the contradicts trump administration officials who say carbon dioxide is not the primary reason for climate change he was employer payrolls grew by two hundred sixty one thousand in october the unemployment rate fell to four when.
"bob so" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"In the voice of the new england patriots that would be bob so see i bob hey be at ally chris tough act to follow of course coming yeah that's that's the voice of sunday night football and lee miracle on ice were just another two best play by play announcers in the business back tobacco patriots preview let's is how we roll yeah so tell me when you guys cross i know that you undoubtedly cross pass in the boot oh what you've got it's like chat about what you would you talk about what a play by play guys how much conversation here between alan me you know he's got his handler in here for one thing he is with us next door and i find it interesting that the network guys at least in this case have in a sister and eight p who comes in with them and then when i walked out the door of the booth while the interview was ongoing there was another guy from nbc standing outside the womb to make sure that everything was ok checking out who is coming you're going so i was a little bit tentative lou her israelites acres a little recalcitrant reluctant to maybe to a stop at gothic don't bad maybe reticent was worded research imminent fine thank you sir thank you you're reticent never recalcitrant operate out of irish we're one of the nicest guys in the world recalcitrant is not you guys are bringing down this show with these big words that's all i wanted to only want to say about the atmosphere today plot just down here it feels like a big game i know that you know the patriots are obviously a position where it where they could really use that ice home win tonight against the falcons the falcons probably really need a win tonight but this feels like a pig one people are ready for this year yeah the in it's interesting bitter because i didn't think that during the week maybe because of the way the two teams play through the first six weeks of the season falcons coming off backtoback losses at home the pats at four into but of course a lot of people with good reason picking apart their flaws that there was his muchhyped for this game as perhaps it would've would've taken place had the falcons come at it again with it better record coming off away.
"bob so" Discussed on Something You Should Know
"Here to talk about all this is bob stromberg bob travels the country performing his blend of original story and stand up comedy to groups in fortune 500 companies he's won several awards and broken box office records in the us and europe the london times calls him a genuinely funny man and the chicago suntimes says he's a mesmerizing physical comedian he also has an online class called mastering the craft of creativity which will talk about in just a bit welcome bob so what do you mean by creativity i think we all have a sense of what it is but in your work what is your working definition i think there are two word which are very helpful and understanding what creativity is and how it works and those who words are gift and craft creativity if gift in as much as dumping of creativity is woven into our very change were were born with it but we're not borne creative uh what were born with take capacity and a desire to experience creativity and we all begin using this gift almost immediately as we move from infancy into early childhood we we begin experimenting with with the gift which is just a capacity and a desire and and we begin experimenting experimenting with it through the process of play um i i got people say to me very often uh that they say wa i'm not creative my my brother is where my my sister is creative a you know i i but i i couldn't create something to save my life to which i say well you you're probably right i mean if if you say so if you say you're not great if you're you're probably not but but you used to be when you were a baby one day you roll from your frontier your back and you couldn't wait to try it again and you've got up on your knees and your rocked back and forth a for a week or so and it was just railing and you learned that if you if you did that thing with your knows your parents laughed and and you love death.
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"The tall faulted fought bob so joins us right now from the bob draws in tom show ed bob day nine of training cab uh what are some of the highlight so far the biggest highlighted a welcome you look at traffic at which you clinton to do even when everybody's raving about if conditioning i think the guys always now maybe a few pounds lighter this year uh but he was it was not like he was crap last year he was just thicker build but uh he suffered three different injuries which are lead their his inability to really work on conditioning so maybe got a little little pudgy during the feet and but you know he's down to away this year and he look it looks like yours ahead of anybody else was throwing the ball back her so he looked good on other rookie even postcoup look really good at cannes using him at right tackle um he kihl griffin it is looking good a guy who's uh competing for that starting quarterback spot opposite richard sherman so you got a couple of the rookie is that a look good and then you know the veterans n m sherman and baldwin jimmy graham looks really good so you know at this point nothing but positivie for the most part hey bob what are the rules odd hit a unit trading jail because he's got started to hit each other very much do they yeah you've got you've got a limited number of days where you can actually get up to get the pattern helmet they had a scrimmage the other day where you're allowed to do it obviously um but yeah there that the nfl rules are such that their third just a few days worthy they could actually we do that and i'm i'm i can't i can't remember the exact number of days but i do know that the fiat for analysed uh a couple of years for excessive hitting or excessive contact and am since loss practice day is because of that so i think they air on the side of caution these days and um you know they're the hitting outside of the uh you know frank clark hitting germain affecting my face is a pretty limited so you're you're you're not getting a bunch of.