13 Burst results for "Bobby Williams"

"bobby williams" Discussed on Lion of Judah Podcast

Lion of Judah Podcast

04:48 min | 5 months ago

"bobby williams" Discussed on Lion of Judah Podcast

"Began to look and I saw what they were doing, not those bikes and them let them know I know what they were doing. Yeah. And the pastor said, when he got too quick and he said, somebody got to tell me something. And I told him. All right. That's why. We can go through some facts. Yeah, man. I didn't kill amen. But I did not. I came at the bottom here. I've been through some time. I've been there. I've been there for a while. We have note that we have forgotten. And we know that objects are dying. When is that? We all worry about it. That's what he's talking about. But we can not say the one who pulled on one after the fire, and we ain't got the fast ride. He would deal with it. Yeah. In 1830, she says, and will be a father under you. And he shall be my son, the daughter. Said hello. Oh, my hate me. Thank you Jesus. He said, he'll be a father. And then let's move on to yesterday. There's hope. And you will let me know if you say some time. We searched the script. What I deal with things were right, all right? This is what the word comes to show us. All right. So we can get it right. So he's talking to a dance. We said we never forgot what we learned. He's a come out from a monk's gonna be separated. Take a look. And he said, I'll be your girl. And you'll be my son. So we got to come to the office. We got to come and we knew. Yeah. And I told you about yeah, you got to give it all in the comments. That's right. I don't know. So I have separate you from everybody. It's just to get you. And you didn't realize that he said you could run with the best. Fascinating. There are all right. I was snatched out of the fact that I was left out of fact, because let me tell you something. I was out there. And I was deep in that one time. Still hanging in and out of the church. But I had hell over my body, and didn't even know I was counting on me for it. But being hard hit it. When I thought I had this church right this house. I thought I had it right. But I was dying. Because of this obedience. He said, this whole thing already took out. We can't even disappear. All right, we've got to do a lot of in order to handle rebound man. One thing on the setup, there are a little more negative statement. He was saying we got a pair of new inmates with a $10 advantage. Hey, man. Moving on the storm still, we got to be honest with us. And then. I think. I will ask you if you will. Come down. Thank you, Jesus.

"bobby williams" Discussed on Lion of Judah Podcast

Lion of Judah Podcast

04:36 min | 5 months ago

"bobby williams" Discussed on Lion of Judah Podcast

"It give you optionality and literacy. And when they bring them in the liver, they bring them real and do it, then it will go through the third part of your mind and once you get on the cephalopod, it's back down to state. Ain't nothing getting off of breath. In the word of God.

"bobby williams" Discussed on Lion of Judah Podcast

Lion of Judah Podcast

09:29 min | 5 months ago

"bobby williams" Discussed on Lion of Judah Podcast

"He said what to blame. God, you feel me, man. Years ago. And my plan was to do your work. He showed me a skeleton of me. From my head to my feet. And he said, I want to equip me with a nail. Yeah. That will fit on your needle. But it won't fit nobody else. I want to put you. But I want to be for you. We hold individuals. We all individual churches. So we got to get it together. And let's we agree. Okay. So we got the real thing in order to deliver somebody. I'm not teaching them to be a perfect play. That's about it. Thank you. Talking about that is hope. For 9 church, living for both. It's called your holy roll. Take a call you with it when they want to come. And all you know you're living for nothing. Long as you know you live and forgot that it's hope. Yes. There's hope. He's a great. He can bring the spirit of you and make it harmful. When you open it. Yes, but if you go this is right. Then we go flat. Yes. All right, yes. And that will be long facted out. He's talking about the church. He said it took, therefore, there's hope for a guy to live and forgotten. And are you living on the world? And he said, let me tell you something. He said, when you walk with a crowd on the labels, you are walking alone. He said, but when you walk on me, you're not alone. And with you. He's out and never leave your forte. So sometimes we get caught up with things like the world that don't even know it. And he said, but if you're stable for me, I'll show you. All right. He's not showing you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. How does three and 5? Thank you lord. It's time for revival. And we first got to be revived. We gotta get everything out of us. This is not a thought. See, we still living in this environment. We're gonna have some seeing in it. Smith is standing back on the man's day and I'm seeing the light. The truth made in. So we got you saying it. Yeah. That's why we didn't. But if we roll the city, go see it. Thomas 35. Having it fall on the bottom is but the 9 the pile, they are from such tunneling. I'm sorry. Hallelujah. Thank you. Tim's three and 5. On people's chemicals. It's times three of 5. Hey, man. Three and 5. I said most of them go to the back. There were no mistakes. And what did they want to say? I read it so it had to be God will. Hold on. It's towers. Three. All right. Not my works are right in this. Which we have done. But according to his mercy, he saved us. By by the way, by the Washington of generation and renewing of the Holy Spirit, all of those. Thank you for having me. All right. When we come to New York, that's what you want to do. You got to give a full human voice from him. Hey, man. We got a question about it. We got a call on it. We got to ask you about where you go. And the company showed a real blow. Yeah, man. It wouldn't sound as if a new life through the whole experience. You want to give us a new lie. Do I own the spirit? Do what is good, what do you say? That's what he would let me know, do what it's good. Hey, man. And I've been the coach of the second correction 6 chapter 6. All right. Moving along the fact that we've got to get out of it. We will be working. Y'all got a good pass away. You know what? They take a lot to keep reaching. All right now. We have come on. Save a new year. Jesus. Jeez. You don't want you to say that's good about your past, but you both do. And don't hate them. Increasingly could be good. Get in line. So the curriculum justice takes 17 mercy. Well for come out from a monster in the media separator stand alone. And just not non clean things and I will receive you. All right. He's talking to this dying church. Every time you see him retire with the world. You're doing what the world should do. All right. I got in here last night. Didn't get the two words. But the two words is laid down. All right. I heard Mr. T, some upset it can go back. Yeah. You get what they want. That's the biggest mistake you ever went. Ron's got a face around him. He got his arm around. Obi. Yeah. And he got the angles around him. He said, but you don't know that when you walk out from London and I'm professor. Yes. Not poop. And when you go out, the Obama plan is not. That's why you have to revive his violence. That's why we have to keep on coming back to God and ask him for revival. So you can walk right. That's what he said. Well for my former monster. I'm out. Come out. And be separated saying the law. And that's not going to be. And he would receive a fee. Yes. Yes. He said, that you are not. Thank you. We all, when I was coming, I did a world where you should listen to all this hard rock and man. Centennial music. Oh man. And this with the mind. Battle with the mind. And now we've got people saying in gospel, music and family with the mind. If you don't know that, you lost. Because what they're doing to take advantage, they take into that music. Make

"bobby williams" Discussed on Lion of Judah Podcast

Lion of Judah Podcast

03:48 min | 5 months ago

"bobby williams" Discussed on Lion of Judah Podcast

"World. All right. See the world we're going. That's right. We're new creatures. That's right. Yes. We got to keep this difficult. In order to run, straighten the mouth, you got to get in and revival to be revived. Because you never know where you came from. You are talking about running a screen a lot of different things to any man. I know what you're talking about. You ready to go back to the whole motherland? But you got to go. With a 5

"bobby williams" Discussed on Lion of Judah Podcast

Lion of Judah Podcast

06:07 min | 5 months ago

"bobby williams" Discussed on Lion of Judah Podcast

"All right. You should put the world in you when I call you out in the world. That's why we have to renew. Yes, yes. That's why we have to revive ourselves again. Yeah. That means to make a lie. Yes. And he began to deal with him as he began to talk. I would be in the right. The man that he was saying is that revived, yes, happens when God's people are prepared. Uh huh. It happens when we are ready for you. Yeah, yeah. He said with ten the heart. Yes. And humble spirits is. Begin with people coming on the beat, conviction. What are you saying? He said they ran out. In convention. He said, that's what you know when you first receive me. He said this was a continuum of money. It's our own thing. You got to keep on keep on keep going. Look what you think you want. When you came from, it's in your house. It was in your house until you received and other words, the world was inside of you. You should go once when you came to me and received me, I couldn't tell. I need to talk about this house. These people are about this body. This time, the revived this body. And I began to say lord, what you talking about he said, you got to cry out. In convention and regret. Of the sin and do a complete turn around. So remember on the

"bobby williams" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

08:05 min | 10 months ago

"bobby williams" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

"To get started today. While we were both in South Florida last week, coincidentally, but I just basically stayed on the beach, you actually did a little bit of work. And went to UM and saw Mario Cristobal, what's going on there? Well, a lot of big plans for rapid improvement of facilities. So I think they're going to have put shovels in the ground for a new football building very soon. Much needed. You know what? The stuff they have now is so much nicer than it was. They have an indoor, which I've had for a little while now, but it was part of the old green tree practice fields. And there's a lot of stuff that has been upgraded there. You know, it was just, there was a lot of energy in the building. I got to see, you know, it was still a little crazy to see, I saw Josh gaddis. Obviously, I saw crystal ball. I saw Joe. The one that I, you know, you do a double take was I'm sitting in the lounge and here comes Charlie strong. And it's just like, just to see people out of context. You know, like in terms of what you're used to seeing. And you know, he's there, Kevin Steele there. It's a, it is a strong staff. I expect before too long, they will probably end up adding Alonzo highsmith in a capacity and personnel, which is obviously a huge name for Miami fans. And so I think a lot of that has resonated really well. I think they're still going to have to be very active in the portal because there's still a lot of there's still some holes in the roster, but again, it's relative compared to what they're going up against in the ACC. I mean, beyond Clemson, I think NC states got a really good team coming back, but after that, I think it's not like they're playing in the SEC. So it was interesting, like Mario has got a lot of stuff going on. And I think they are very, you know, he's all about not all about, but he is so he is neck deep and recruiting all the time. And you get that feeling when he's just kind of, you know, I think one of they have like an hour recruiting meeting every day. Well, coincidentally, while we've been on the podcast, my Manny Navarro our great Miami writer, just published a new story, a night of recruiting with Mario first of all. Miami coach speaks at Lakeland Lake Gibson home to 5 star cornerback hermani McLean. It's basically a night shadowing him on the recruiting trail. So if you're a UM fan, you're definitely going to want to read that story on the athletic. I just remember thinking, so I hadn't, you know, when we cover the orange bowl or national championship games there in that stadium, everything's in Fort Lauderdale. You never really you're not in Miami proper. Unless you draw unless you happen to have to drive with Dennis dod and then you may have. By accident. No, he does not have the best you don't want to be in the car necessarily with. You're referring, are you still referring? Is this like, do you have a more recent example of that? Are you still talking about that Virginia tech, Boise state game? No, that was no, I actually had a he was driving me back from a media day. I think it was Clemson, Oklahoma, and it was amazing where do you remember the Big Ben parliament European vacation? That's what it was like trying to get Dennis to drive out of the, you know, out of the parking lot of the stadium. I was like, oh my God, we're gonna die. It's just like, because we keep going around in circles like he can not figure out how to get out of the complex. But the time you're talking about was Matt Hayes the fourth person in the car. Yes. We ended up in like three or four different states. Yeah, we were trying to get to FedEx field and I think we ended up in Virginia at one point. I remember seeing seeing science for things that are definitely not in the right direction of the football stadium. Anyway, so yeah, we stayed at a hotel on south beach, and I got a 6 year old. We weren't like the clevelander, like we were in the party section of south beach necessarily. The south beach is pretty vibrant throughout. And I'm looking around one night we're walking at dinner and it's just like, you know, it's a really exciting vibe. And it would be especially exciting if you're a 18, 19 year old kid. And I remember thinking, man, Mario first of all is able to convince 5 star kids to come to Eugene Oregon. He should clean up here. Like he is such a good recruiter and he has this to offer. So, and like you said, a conference that is not exactly daunting. So I expect them to be very successful very quickly. I don't know if that will be this year. You can never really, you always have to temper expectations for year one with I mean, he's there for a reason. They weren't very good. But I would think by the second year and certainly by the time he starts getting in his own recruits, I've got a lot of optimism there. The one thing that I think bodes well, in addition to some of those others, which just from the talking to a couple of the coaches last Thursday was, it seems like the buy in from the guys they inherited has been very good. And sometimes that doesn't everybody say that though. Every new coach say that. It's true, but it's like, I think there's a shock to the system element, like I just remembered when Louisville took over, it was like a lot of players were desperate and wanted the change because obviously the combing from Bobby petrino was such a dark environment, but I think some of it was like, how ready are the players physically to jump into this? And I think so some of that, I think, has been promising. So we'll see. As a roster from my understanding, it's like, there's three good three talented tight ends. Van Dyck, obviously, had an excellent freshman year. And I think they're optimistic about him. And then there's some other gaps in the roster that I think they really still need to address. Let's do some emails. As always, send your questions to the audible pod at Gmail dot com. The first question is from not that far away from me. Michael galvin in Agora hills, California. We have all heard the story about Nick Saban sending his plane to east Lansing only for none of his assistants to board. This is back when he was taking over at LSU. We all know what happened to Sabin, but what happened to the assistance to any fine success and have you ever asked any if they regretted it? I love it. Yeah, I love this question so much. I immediately did the research. No, I have not asked any of any former anyway. That story, as far as we know, is true, what we, in general, I don't know, but I don't know that we can say that any certainty that every assistant had an offer waiting for him at all issue, but there's enough, there's enough truth there that we're just going to go ahead and go down this list, okay? And in general, what you're going to find is a couple of guys did really well and then most of them not so much. So Bobby Williams took over as inter coach before the bowl game that year for Michigan state and they won the bowl game and he got the head coaching job. So I think we could say, even though that his tenure did not go well, you know, he got a head coaching job out of it, so good for him. The O.C. on that staff was Morris watts. Who himself would end up becoming an interim coach when Bobby Williams got fired. He was a Mississippi state for a little bit, then a bunch of Mac schools, most recent evidence I could find was he was at Texas southern..

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"bobby williams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"bobby williams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And this is the Cincinnati Reds pregame show presented by your Cincinnati Northern Kentucky. Honda dealers. I'm Dave are Brewster Despite the loss last night, it was a big night for Joey Votto, who collected career R B number 1000. And he did it by hitting a home run in the bottom of the third. He met with the media earlier today and was asked if he remembered R B I number one. Mm, First one was the home run off of John Mayne. In my rookie year. And seven or my, my initial call up. And, um, that was cool. You know, I was I was in a kind of a grumpy frame of mind because I felt like I should have been in the league years before that, you know, I remember as an 18 year old in the Gulf Coast League. Um Hitting well and like Starting to figure out how to hit professionally and one of the coaches. Bobby Williams. Say, What are your goals and I said to be in the major leagues next year, and he was like No, seriously. What are your goals and in my head? I was like Oh, no, dude, I really I'll figure this out really quickly. Um, obviously, that didn't happen, but not terribly long. After that. I felt like I was ready offensively. And, um, you know, at first base defensively, I was fine. I had a reputation for not being, um, very good. But my early career numbers showed otherwise. I was I was a good defender, Um So I was grumpy when I first came up, so I wasn't in a very good mood When I, uh got to my first start by. It was like it's about darn time so And now I'm just I'm very happy to be here. Joey, If you're just looking at your number's the home run milestone this year in the RV milestone, it puts you up there with reds, who are in the Hall of Fame, the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Do you ever allow yourself to think about that? What that might be like if that could happen for you of the National Baseball Hall of Fame. I spend most of my time thinking about I I mean, Whether I'm making a minimum or or or a big number, salary wise, I've spent all my time thinking about or most of my time thinking about How can I be competitive? As long as I have an opportunity to to play and so I would really like, you know, I was. I've been very fortunate to see some Clearly, excellent players play well to the very, very ended their career. Um Where they opted not to play anymore. You know, I'm talking about Adrian Beltre talking about Torii Hunter I'm talking about, Um, you know, David Ortiz. These are players that decided, you know. Chipper Jones. I've had enough. Derek Jeter. That's good, you know? And, um Those are the those are the players. I admire the most. Because I know that one day I won't be good enough to play baseball anymore. But As long as I have an opportunity to I want to keep fighting and I look up to those players, among others. And try to emulate that, and that's what gives me the greatest. Um, joy, and that is my current challenge. Some.

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"bobby williams" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"bobby williams" Discussed on WBUR

"Kind of rebel It is Tuesday. Today, the eighth of June. Get as always to have you long, everybody. We are going to do a 12 to start things off today. A macro micro thing. Big picture and then granular look inside the gears of this economy. The case study at hand is the supply chain on which we have spent, as you know, no small amount of time the past couple of months, shortages and price spikes, logistical bottlenecks. Well to that end, the Biden administration says it has a plan. The supply chain disruptions Task force will the thinking goes Increased domestic production of critical inventory, like semiconductors and batteries that was announced today. It is also by the way, an admission that we are not going to be able to make everything we need. Ourselves. Marketplaces Justin Ho is on the macro desk today. What the Biden administrations really doing here is trying to reduce the economy's dependence on China. They're talking about trying to reduce dependence on other countries for rare Earth That's mainly China. Katie Rust is an economics professor at U. C. Davis. They're talking about trying to safeguard and encourage domestic sources of key pharmaceutical ingredients. Here. We import a lot of those from China. So the idea instead is to rely more on American allies as trading partners, says Rachel Brewster at Duke Law School. When we're discussing semiconductors are major allies will be South Korea, JAPAN, Taiwan When we move on to pharmaceuticals, it's going to be made much more in Europe. But there's a problem with that, says Emily Blanchard at Dartmouth. We have been antagonizing many of the same trading partners for a number of years, The Trump Administration slapped tariffs on trade with a lot of these countries, and even now, tariffs on European metals remain in place. I think here we are sensing a very deliberate and intentional policy shift by the Biden administration to say Let's deal with some of these national security concerns with our neighbors, not despite our neighbors, Blanchard says. We don't have the capacity to manufacture. Everything we need in the U. S. Would be a fool's errand, she says to try to go it alone. I'm Justin. How for marketplace? Micro Part of this supply story today comes to us from the National Federation of Independent Business, which released its small Business Optimism index this morning. The group's monthly survey of business owners in retailing construction manufacturing also services Among the highlights. 40% of small business owners plan on raising prices the most since 1981 marketplaces, Kristin Schwab made some calls. Bobby Williams in Columbia. South Carolina, is facing some tough competition not for who can make the best catfish or country fried steak. But who can Lauren workers like they say if you can fog a mirror? We will hire. Yeah, well, we just need some bodies. Right now. Williams raised starting wages at his restaurant Lizard's thicket to $10 an hour, up from eight. Meanwhile, prices of everything from pork to plastic goods are soaring. Bacon has doubled food prep gloves quadrupled because manufacturing processing trucking everything is backed up. Every week. There's five or six items that are out of stock. Williams has had to pass the costs on to customers because he simply can't sell more to make more money. Labor and supply shortages are holding business owners down. The big issue is that they aren't able to take advantage of that increasing demand for their good or service. Holly Wade is with the National Federation of Independent Business, which found half of small business owners had unfilled job openings in May, and of those more than 90% say there were few or no qualified applicants. That's jeweler Becky Bush inculcate problem in a chemist Michigan her Goldsmith moved to Hawaii during the pandemic. She needs sales associates to I can train people to sell, but I can't train people to have a personality finding people with that, you know. Hi, How are you in the it's more of a high She, too has had to raise wages, and that's not her only problem. Her suppliers are raising prices because mines and manufacturers overseas are still dealing with pandemic disruptions. I'm Kristin Schwab for Marketplace on Wall Street today, not a whole lot of enthusiasm either way, really, We'll have the details when we do the numbers. Bitcoin is trading today in the $32,000 range well off its recent highs, but more to the point down 8% or so from just yesterday. Perhaps probably most likely because the Department of Justice announced yesterday it has done something never before done in the fight against ransom, where they traced and got back some of the ransom the colonial pipeline paid. In Bitcoin to the hacking group known as dark Side that the tracking and tracing and reclaiming its not supposed to happen with Cryptocurrencies, at least not very easily. Marketplaces supreme ensure as more now and what this might mean for the epidemic of hacking that a lot of companies are dealing with right now. James helps run a small business in the Midwest with about 35 employees were not using his full name to protect his company showed up in the office one morning early last year Plane basically Couldn't do anything on our computers. It was a ransomware attack. They sent us kind of a cryptic ransom notes with broken English, asking for tens of thousands of dollars and Bitcoin. Hackers have been holding companies hostage since long before Cryptocurrencies were invented. But Cryptocurrencies can offer anonymity or at least a method of payment outside the control of law enforcement. It's allowed digital ransom and extortion to explode in recent years. Nick Weaver is a lecturer and computer science at U. C. Berkeley. It's probably in the couple billion dollar a year. Revenue for the ransom work gangs and collateral damage is probably 1 to 2 orders of magnitude greater on the face of it. The fact that the FBI was able to crack into a Bitcoin wallet and take back the money would appear to threaten one of the foundations of this criminal industry. But Mark Rash isn't so sure. He's general counsel of Cyber Security Threat Intelligence company unit to 20. And be part of the reason they they are successful in being able to claw back. A specific transaction is likely that they work closely with colonial pipeline in making the payment in the first place. The FBI recovered about $2 million that presumably could not get back the many tens of millions the hacking group took from countless other companies. It will probably take years of effort and regulation before the tide turns in the cat and mouse game between law enforcement and hackers, James, By the way, the guy whose company was act, he didn't end up paying a ransom. He had backups of all his data. In New York. I'm simply vanish or for marketplace. Always back.

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"bobby williams" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"bobby williams" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"In Los Angeles. I'm calling Ridsdel it is Tuesday. Today, the eighth of June get is always to have you long, Everybody. We are going to do a 12 to start things off today a macro micro thing. Big picture and then granular look inside the gears of this economy. The case study at hand is the supply chain on which we have spent, as you know, no small amount of time the past couple of months, shortages and price spikes, logistical bottlenecks. Well to that end, the Biden administration says it has a plan. The supply chain disruptions Task force will the thinking goes Increased domestic production of critical inventory, like semiconductors and batteries that was announced today. It is also by the way, an admission that we are not going to be able to make everything we need ourselves. Marketplaces. Justin Ho is on the macro desk today. What the Biden administrations really doing here is trying to reduce the economy's dependence on China. They're talking about trying to reduce dependence on other countries for rare Earth That's mainly China. Katie Rust is an economics professor at U. C. Davis. They're talking about trying to safeguard and encourage domestic sources of key pharmaceutical ingredients. Here. We import a lot of those from China. So the idea instead is to rely more on American allies, his trading partners, says Rachel Brewster at Duke Law School. When we're discussing semiconductors are major allies will be South Korea, Japan, Taiwan. When we move on to pharmaceuticals, it's going to be made much more in Europe. But there's a problem with that, says Emily Blanchard at Dartmouth. We have been antagonizing many of these same trading partners for a number of years. The Trump Administration slap tariffs on trade with a lot of these countries, and even now, tariffs on European metals remain in place. I think here we are sensing a very deliberate and intentional policy shift by the Biden administration to say Let's deal with some of these national security concerns with our neighbors, not despite our neighbors, Blanchard says. We don't have the capacity to manufacture. Everything we need in the U. S. Would be a fool's errand, she says to try to go it alone. I'm Justin. How for marketplace? Micro Part of this supply story today comes to us from the National Federation of Independent Business, which released its small Business Optimism index this morning. The group's monthly survey of business owners in retailing construction manufacturing also services Among the highlights. 40% of small business owners plan on raising prices the most since 1981 marketplaces, Kristin Schwab made some calls. Bobby Williams in Columbia. South Carolina, is facing some tough competition not for who can make the best catfish or country fried steak. But who can Lauren workers like they say if you can fog a mirror? We will hire. Yeah, well, we just need some bodies. Right now. Williams raised starting wages at his restaurant Lizard's thicket to $10 an hour, up from eight. Meanwhile, prices of everything from pork to plastic goods are soaring. Bacon has doubled food prep gloves quadrupled because manufacturing processing trucking everything is backed up. Every week. There's five or six items that are out of stock. Williams has had to pass the costs on to customers because he simply can't sell more to make more money. Labor and supply shortages are holding business owners down. The big issue is that they aren't able to take advantage of that increasing demand for their good or service. Holly Wade is with the National Federation of Independent Business, which found half of small business owners had unfilled job openings in May, and of those more than 90% say there were few or no qualified applicants. That's jeweler Becky Bush inculcate problem in a chemist Michigan her Goldsmith moved to Hawaii during the pandemic. She needs sales associates to I can train people to sell, but I can't train people to have a personality finding people with that, you know. Hi, How are you in the it's more of a high She, too has had to raise wages, and that's not her only problem. Her suppliers are raising prices because mines and manufacturers overseas are still dealing with pandemic disruptions. I'm Kristin Schwab for Marketplace on Wall Street today, not a whole lot of enthusiasm either way, really, We'll have the details when we do the numbers. Bitcoin is trading today in the $32,000 range well off its recent highs, but.

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"bobby williams" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"bobby williams" Discussed on KQED Radio

"C three A. I c three AI software enables organizations to use artificial intelligence at enterprise scale solving previously unsolvable problems. I I This is Enterprise a I and bipac the tax compliance tax jar. In Los Angeles sometime rebel it is Tuesday. Today, the eighth of June. Good as always, to have you along, everybody. We are going to do a 12 to start things off today, a macro micro thing. Big picture and then granular look inside the gears of this economy. The case study at hand is the supply chain on which we have spent, as you know, no small amount of time the past couple of months, shortages and price spikes, logistical bottlenecks. Well to that end, the Biden administration says it has plan the supply chain disruptions Task force will the thinking goes Increased domestic production of critical inventory, like semiconductors and batteries that was announced today. It is also by the way, an admission that we are not going to be able to make everything we need ourselves. Marketplaces Justin Ho is on the macro desk today. What the Biden administrations really doing here is trying to reduce the economy's dependence on China. They're talking about trying to reduce dependence on other countries for rare Earth That's mainly China. Katie Russell is an economics professor at U. C. Davis. They're talking about trying to safeguard and encourage domestic sources of key pharmaceutical ingredients. Here. We import a lot of those from China. So the idea instead is to rely more on American allies as trading partners, says Rachel Brewster at Duke Law School. When we're discussing semiconductors are major allies will be South Korea, JAPAN, Taiwan When we move on to pharmaceuticals, it's going to be made much more in Europe. But there's a problem with that, says Emily Blanchard at Dartmouth. We have been antagonizing many of the same trading partners for a number of years. The Trump Administration slap tariffs on trade with a lot of these countries, and even now, tariffs on European metals remain in place. I think here we are sensing a very deliberate and intentional policy shift by the Biden administration to say Let's deal with some of these national security concerns with our neighbors, not despite our neighbors, Blanchard says. We don't have the capacity to manufacture. Everything we need in the U. S. Would be a fool's errand, she says to try to go it alone. I'm Justin. How for marketplace? Micro Part of this supply story today comes to us from the National Federation of Independent Business, which released its small Business Optimism index this morning. The group's monthly survey of business owners in retailing construction manufacturing also services Among the highlights. 40% of small business owners plan on raising prices the most since 1981 Marketplaces. Kristin Schwab made some calls Bobby Williams in Columbia, South Carolina, is facing some tough competition not for who can make the best catfish or country fried steak. But who can Lauren workers? Like they say, if you could fog, a mirror, we will hire. Yeah, well, we just need some bodies right now. Williams raised starting wages at his restaurant Lizard's thicket to $10 an hour, up from eight. Meanwhile, prices of everything from pork to plastic goods are soaring. Bacon has doubled food prep gloves quadrupled because manufacturing processing trucking everything is backed up. Every week. There's five or six items that are out of stock. Williams has had to pass the costs on to customers because he simply can't sell more to make more money. Labor and supply shortages are holding business owners down. The big issue is that they aren't able to take advantage of that increasing demand for their good or service. Holly Wade is with the National Federation of Independent Business, which found half of small business owners had unfilled job openings in May, and of those more than 90% say there were few or no qualified applicants. That's jeweler Becky Bush inculcate problem in a chemist Michigan her Goldsmith moved to Hawaii during the pandemic. She needs sales associates to I can train people to sell, but I can't train people to have a personality bringing people with that, you know. Hi, How are you in the it's more of a high She, too has had to raise wages, and that's not her only problem. Her suppliers are raising prices because mines and manufacturers overseas are still dealing with pandemic disruptions. I'm Kristin Schwab for Marketplace on Wall Street today, not a whole lot of enthusiasm either way, really, We'll have the details when we do the numbers. Mm. Bitcoin is trading today in the $32,000 range.

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"bobby williams" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

06:48 min | 2 years ago

"bobby williams" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"On or have a little bit of trouble getting her. She was on a minute ago, and then we lost her so Alright, Here we go. And who was the shelves in the shower Ecology Company and a company. I don't know if it'll be Michelle herself, but Oh, boy, what? Looks like I might get one. Hey, Michelle. How are you were great. Is Jared and Katie in the morning? Good morning. Good morning. We're so glad you are on because Jason's gonna use as a way to get out of this bet he's trying to find any way to get all this but what she does for everybody, not just a huge bed like a tattoo. Yeah, that's true. This is no different than the pain Matt for his lunches, so we'll get that later. Yeah, it's just another day and said he tried to get out to get any way way diagrams. We had a huge bet over the election, Um and Jason Goodman said if Trump Loses, I'll get a buying tattoo interns, quitter said. If Biden loses, I'll get a trump tattoo. And that was the deal and it's pretty straightforward. We decided that what 23 months ago. I mean, really right. We've been talking about it for November. We've been talking about it for a while. Now, that was the deal. So on a non inauguration day, Jason Goodman live in studio I'll get a permanent Biden tattoo and in turn square did who won? The bet will be able to watch and laugh and take pictures and video filming? Very busy? Yes. So we have Michelle on because we have or Jason, I know has some questions, and we may have some questions about Tattoo process and placement Iceman and what you recommend that you know that I do have a couple questions because you know, this is probably the first time where instead of a strategy in tattoo I want a simple test could do extravagant tattoos, Right? Like the most simplest possible you have Now, let me ask you a question, though, Because I was I've been going through my mind of where to get the tattoo, and I don't want it to be seen at the same time. The same time. So I started thinking about my buttocks. My first question is, Do you do tattoos on buttocks? Unfortunately, we do pretty much tattoos on everywhere. So we've pretty much tattooed everywhere, Toes, fingers, But my but it's more about topics money, but is a little bit squishy. I noticed in the back Like a lot of people. There's more patting, patting cushion. So my fear is that It's going to hurt more on the butt in the back. I don't want it on the back. But I feel is like it's gonna hurt less in the back. How much If my butt is a little bit squishy? Would it hurt compared to the back? It's gonna hurt like any other part of your body that but is not eating kind of different. Usually, What hurts more is the Parts of the body that don't have a lot of meat. Um, anything close to a bones. Um, you know things like that, Like the rib cage Heart. Um, pretty bad. Some people say it doesn't but usually for my Experience the foot. You know what I'm saying? Okay, So what I'm saying the bag like that makes sense. Not a meteor there right on the boat on those tend to be a little bit more painful. Um, Some people have high pain tolerance. Some people have low pain tolerance. I think that it just depends differently on every person because some people can Take tattoos like for instance, my sister just got a big piece on our leg That took you like eight hours. And she's after like a champ, But when she did permanent cosmetic, she was all swarming around, and I'm like Did you just didn't you? Tyler Michelle from an ecology, and Jason Bateman is going to pay off his bet. That he lost over the election on Inauguration Day to get eight Biden tattoo. How is your pain? Tolerance chase? Not good. It's love all right, actually. But let me ask one more time. So my back is like it's more muscle muscular my but seems to be more fattier. Was that gonna Is that with that created difference in pain. I think she's saying to get it on the bottom. Then they'd be less vital. I don't see how that because my back has more muscle, not fat. Yeah, It's not fat muscle and fatter, different, of course, Um The back in some areas that gets a little sensitive. Um the back is a lot of people get tattooed on their back, but they're starting to areas where you hit the bone or you get to the soldier. The shoulder blade that you know, people say all guys right there, you know, 19. But you know the fact the only thing that causes any kind of difference is the tattoo artist because when we're you know, working with those kind of areas It's harder for us to get clean, Um, starting and you know it. I'm saying it becomes a little bit harder on those areas to do. But, um, we just had somebody just not even two or three days ago. Women A lot of women get tattoos. Okay, so I just want my last question I think is going on. But I think so. Well, first of all, can we film that I don't want my entire but on Facebook live not gonna be exposed your whole but Yeah, because like, if you go and you have a bikini wax or something, there are ways to drape you so that your parts aren't exposed. It can't be draped so we don't see his butt crack. I mean, like, you know, you are not a lot of it. I mean, of course, we would put something over that. OK, Just focus on will be a man or a woman. Do you know who's gonna be? We don't people. We don't drive people over there. We'll just put a bib over there. Okay, That'll be fine. And you know, the tattoo artists he was wondering, Jason was wondering is gonna be a man or a woman. I want the most sensitive first person and drink every mother like. No, we can't wait over my way He would ask that you would Um, I want somebody sensitive. That cares about pain. No, it's going to be a male. His name is Bobby Williams. He's been tattooing for about 20 years. Good experience with 20 years experience. Make sure he knows I'm 20 years sensitive. So my question is. Do you have the black light tattoo? Jason? Do we have it? We don't. We don't. We don't. Have it anymore. It's like it was a big, huge thing about like, 10 years ago, But most people don't even get it anymore, So don't even happy. Yeah, that's a loophole. Yeah, it's a tattoo. It's a permitting and in the black light shows up, you can see it doesn't matter. It's still a permanent tattoo. That was not part of the deal. It's a tattoo that's permanent. You are so Jake Swinger parties. Everyone will see permanent tattoo if they don't do it so that e could purchase thing for her. Wouldn't Okay now we're not. Wow. It's a permanent.

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"bobby williams" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

07:12 min | 2 years ago

"bobby williams" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Timing J. C J sorry. I'm sorry, did I? It was Jamie back and I've just move. Get up. No, it was It was funny because you did that. Good afternoon is EJ kind of cried with you. And I'm like that may have been the perfect timing for J more. You bag I'm bad with CJ. Heard you say good afternoon, and it startled him. So go ahead. I'm listening. I tried. I tried to under your chicken, my type You an email? Don't always say ticket at the end. Hey, I gotta ask you a question, Jamie All the years you've been doing radio Has there ever been anybody who called in that knew more about couch football than you? Oh, there's tons of people that know more about college football. The needle you know who they are. Also you, JJ Oh, You played the game. I listen. I once said that Jefty plan. Everybody's gives me credit that the worst coach in the big 10 Bobby Williams has forgot more about football than out ever remember. That's how little I know just like John U, Bacon says, But I won't admit this. Remember two years ago when Josh Gattis took over the offense And I said, I don't like the higher because I was trying to be negative because we play defense and we time of possession to spread open offense doesn't do that. Remember me, saying that to you on the air? He's giving the thumbs up. Yeah, he's giving it a thumbs up. I did some digging this past year with Josh. Get us wearing the offense. We were 124. In time of possession, 25 minutes and 37 seconds of game the year before that we were 77th in the nation 29 minutes 31 seconds Then before that, we were served the nation 34 minutes in 18 seconds and the year before that, 21st 31 minutes and 57 seconds. I think the offense had a lot to do with the demise of the defense. And then we were 16th in 2000 and 16. 33 minutes and two seconds again. I I just point out the fact I'm not here to debate anything. I'm just your ad and nobody figured took the discussion about what I see. I think I I see things just different. I'm sorry Did I do when I want to put it all up there, But I had that not giving back to Michigan basketball. I will say the inside outside game this fantastic And the more please. You put up the more successful hand because you shoot 33% from threes. It's like shooting 50% from two and 50% is a pretty darn good mark from the two point range. And in the last game, I remember I believe hearing that Michigan was in the top four and field goal efficiency from two point land. So There you go. You want a big man? He's got the stuff. But I have no complaints about John B Lines came, especially at the end. We've got two good basketball coaches, and I will say that you want to really improve the defense that I'm very proud to see that and I will see 11 thing. He's doing a heck of a job as your recruiter and I just, um I give the guy kudos. He's a man of mountain man. And we don't use doing a great job. But what say you, Dennis? Well, the one part about it. At first, You said you didn't like the, you know, have a debate. But then you said you did throw things up for discussion. And you know, it's all about, you know. Coming in, and you know, talking about the point is gone. What's up? I should be the basement. Settle down. Brown's gone Well, no, I mean, there's you know, there are other things you know they can go on. I think when you talk about the time of possession, like you want to be able to Run the ball in the fourth quarter. But really, you know, like having a quick strike offense. I mean, the name of the game is like trying to say like if you say the name of the game is Racking up points. Then it seems like you're ignoring the defensive side, which I don't want to do. I think it's you know, it's zah third a part of the game. It's a very important part of the game. But what you really need is you. You have to be able to put stress on the other team by getting points up on the board. Now, if you just want time of possession. You know you could run a triple after like Army. You could go like Wisconsin and just, you know, trying to be road graders. I think you want to be able to. You want to be able to gear it up in the air, and you want to be able to grind it out of the ground in the fourth quarter when you want to. I mean that to me, That's some some of that sound simplified, but You know, just talking about time of possession. It does protect the defense There. You do have a point there. All right. I need that comment to Jamie when they hired Josh Gattis. I have a different thing about that. Maybe one time When I see you. We cannot discuss it something to be discussed off the air, Not on the up, and I will say, I'm glad At least Michigan's gonna have a couple of swimming's, although I know nobody's gonna be able to swim. See it this year. I know they just swim in here there is to see a jet JJ. The parents will see it. The parents will get a chance to see their kids. Who cares about the parents? I want to see him. Listen, girl state, Notre Dame were top five and in time of possession this year, So you got that? I understand. I think Wisconsin was at the top of this. You are the person the years I looked up real quick, Correct. Maybe not this year because they weren't successful, but now they were number one. I gotta ask you a question, Jamie. One time you don't have your kid. I don't Marcus did one time actually go to a swim meet. I could go to a swim meet. Just let me know when they when they when they're participating, probably next year, But I like to go gentle. How state Because of how states really. On the way up. They got a really good coach. Indiana's past us a little bit because their coach is doing a good job. Not that my mom's not doing a good job. Just the Indiana coach Ray Loose is doing a heck of a job. He took that Dennis Dale guy from Minnesota who used to give her a band check fits and he brought him in there and barter. Think thing up on these bad loans are John B. I mean, Mike Bottom has done a miraculous job with that women's swim team. It's never been a better and the fact that he's coaching both. I gotta give them two thumbs up, Assist Commander keeper I know nobody cares about swimming. But for the two of you that deal, Mike Bottom deserves your respect. And you know what? We're very lucky to have a guy like him, and he's bringing back the U of M diving again. So it's a positive day today. Happy New Year, everybody and for my favorite guy that behind the glass could cook cool. Okay. Uh, 7349 and 18 50. Let's go to Mustafa. What's up, we stop for.

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"bobby williams" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:58 min | 2 years ago

"bobby williams" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Out of bounds here. The 40 yard line. Another of standing kick return by Chris Hudson goes for 35 yards and decent field possession. As Lawrence White makes the stop for Iowa State. Maybe try to make a right out of some of the wrongs that these special teams miscues for. For the Oregon Ducks. That was a great job he was trying to set up look like the called return was going to the left side of the field. But he saw an opportunity to go out the back door to the near side of the field and found in advantage. Got a big game 40 yard. Starting point is a big advantage for this offense, unopened down day for Bobby Williams, the special teams coach. A couple of special teams, Miss takes a couple of good runs as well. It is Anthony Brown. Still in a quarterback. He's got two in the back field from the 41. Brown has nothing. Now roll these chase to his right, just chucks it away. And that's really the experience of a guy like Anthony Brown. He saw nothing downfield and then casually out of the pocket, throws it out of bounds. Yeah, and it Z interesting. In the second half. We're finally starting to see the pass. Rush is both of these teams have talented pass rushers, its cave on Thibodeaux on the organ side and Jaquan Bailey and will McDonald from the Iowa State side first time we've called their names today, second down in 10 for the Ducks line of scrimmage is the 41 Yard Life. Shawn dollars in the backfield snapped a brown fires on the slant diving, incomplete for jail in red. Went down right at the 50 yard line, expects himself in the chest and said, should have caught that one. On the Joe Morehead offense on full display five receivers out into the route combinations three to the top side of the formation and to this side, lots of people moving in multiple different directions, and that time it was Jalen Red found the soft spot in between. The numbers in the hash quarterback throws an accurate ball, but he drops it. That's not gonna work. You've got to help your quarterback out, especially when you're behind. Organ, one of the better third down teams in the nation over to today, 3rd and 10 from the 41 snap to Brown pressure up the middle, dumps it off on the cross here and short of the first down about two yards shy was Johnny Johnson. Jake Hummel took him down at the 48 yard line, and it's fourth down and Anthony Brown look into the sideline sense. Let's go forward here. Let's go for it fourth down short. Behind. It looks like Mario Christa balls. Sending out couldn't tell you sending out somebody yet. Looks like all the offensive lineman shoved the shoulders dejected. They're sending out the painting changed his mind at the last minute Play clock now under 20 seconds. Mario Crystal Ball will send out the punter Tom Snee, the sophomore from Australia, his second part of the game, both coming here in the third quarter. 5.5 minutes to go in the third play clock is at five. Snee is ready waiting on the long staff. There it is back in his 40 yard line gets off a good kick from left to right. This is Milton over the shoulder Catch fair signal, and he catches it at the 11 yard line. It's upon a 41 yards and no return with 5 19 to go in the third quarter and Iowa State leading this 1 31 to 17 college football on ESPN Radio is brought to you by Navy Federal Credit Union proud to serve members of the armed Forces, D O D veterans and their families are members of the mission. Learn more at Navy, federal dot board Marquess Fisher and Ben Heart Sock with you and we had what it had 21 points for Iowa State in the second quarter alone. 21 3rd of the 31 points scored in the second much different story so far here in the third quarter. Both of these teams has found their pass rush and they're getting these quarterbacks offer their mark That last third down pressure that came from the Iowa State Cyclones brought pressure right up the heart of the defense. I think it was a shame young who came from his safety position when we talk about this John Haycock 335 defense. You've got three down linemen and then you can use any combination. Of linebackers and corner backs and safeties and nickel backs at any different angle, And it is very, very challenging for an offense to identify who's a part of your box. Who's in the protection? Who were the offensive lineman going to protect? Well, if you identify one of those linebackers or nickel backs as somebody that you're going to predict, but he's in the coverage. Then you're wasted that offensive lineman and another Russia from another spot If you misidentify can get there, and that's where I see Myung came right through the middle of that Oregon offensive line, forcing Anthony Brown to throw that ball short. Of the first down conversion. We've had a couple of chances to be in on conversations with John Hancock, the defensive coordinator in his fifth year with Iowa State, was the head coach at Youngstown State. In the early two thousands and other coaches from around the country of Headed into Ames just to get an idea of how the 335 really works. He kind of played coy. I think with us in our latest conversation, and it's not really that big deal. I don't know exactly how it works Great. He knows exactly how this thing works, and he's tuning it up well in Iowa state. Well, you can you want to have three safeties and then any combination of people coming from different points. It really, really stresses, especially at the collegiate level. It stresses the abilities of these offensive lines in these quarterbacks that have so many things to process. To identify. Okay, Who's my hot man? Not only am I thinking about the route combination of all right if this safety's here that I'm throwing to this side of the field effect cornerback is dropping here. That means I'm getting to my check down. It's The task of a quarterback is just so unbelievably hard. It's so hard so many apples so much information to pass to process and so when you add The complexion of the complexity of blitzing linebackers and safety and identifying who's hot and who have to read off of it is really, really a tough task for quarterbacks to execute. Our cast is your Ben Heart sock with you? We're getting ready to get back to action here with 5 19 to go in the third Iowa state leading Oregon, 31 to 17.

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