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"brian mcbride" Discussed on WTOP
". It is 5 15 in the morning. I'm Michelle bash. And I'm John Aaron. Just days ago we learned the army horses at Arlington national cemetery were being given a 45 day rest after two of them died. Now the army is promising better care for those horses. The solemn cadence of a funeral procession and the clopping of horses, pulling the caisson, bearing remains to a final resting place. The army found that horses were sickened by eating sand and gravel because there was so little grass in their turnout fields. So the army is leasing additional pasture land and getting money from Congress to improve the stables. The army horse platoon is also going to get a new case on lighter than the 2500 pound caissons to put less strain on the horses. There is a new plan to ship wastewater contaminated by a train derailment in Ohio to Baltimore for treatment. A previous plan to bring in water from the site of the February Norfolk Southern derailment in east Palestine was blocked in March by angry city and state lawmakers in Maryland, but the Baltimore sun reports the new plan is different because instead of treating the water and releasing it into Baltimore sewer system, the water would be treated and then sent back to Ohio. This latest plan submitted by Norfolk Southern has not received final approval yet from the EPA, which is overseeing the cleanup. Virginia's attorney general is standing by his decision to stay out of a lawsuit challenging the approval of the abortion pill mifepristone. Republican Jason miara says he didn't sign on to the amicus brief by 22 other Republican attorneys general because he had concerns about whether the plaintiffs had standing to sue. We are a says he expects the drug will remain available. He also endorsed Republican governor Glenn youngkin's ambition to restrict access to abortion procedures in Virginia after 15 weeks of pregnancy. I agree with the governor, I think, particularly in a state that is a swing state like Virginia that is important to try to find consensus. I think that's what the governor is trying to do. We are as his comments came during a wide ranging interview with The Associated Press. Former U.S. men's defender and D.C. area native oguchi on yehu has been hired by the U.S. soccer federation as vice president of sporting. It's a newly created role that governing body said is not a replacement for departed men's general manager Brian McBride, the USSF, said any will work with men's and women's national teams at all levels and help manage relationships with clubs and leagues, the 40 year old from olney will also help hire a men's national team coach. A quick look at the top stories we're working on at WTO P. A group that helps migrants arriving in our area is very concerned about the end of immigration restrictions put in place during the pandemic. COVID shots won't be required much longer for federal government employees and contractors. And we'll tell you what former president Trump had to say at a CNN town hall in New Hampshire. Keep it here for full details on these stories in the minutes ahead. 5 18. Traffic and weather on the 8s, Jack Taylor's in the traffic center. Just heard authorities in Virginia down in newington off the southbound fairfax county Parkway, dealing with a crash on the ramp to southbound I 95 temporarily closing that ramp to remove the crash vehicle from that ramp itself. Looking so
"brian mcbride" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Tom mcginty, you're listening to daybreak Europe live on London DAB radio. It's a minute past 9 where an hour into the trading session here in Europe, the stock 600 down by half of 1%. The FTSE 100 is four tenths lower this morning the Karen in Paris, 7 tenths lower that acts in Frankfurt down by a quarter of 1% in terms of the sectors and the stock 600 force actors now showing some gains, although all of them pretty anemic, the best performing sector is food beverage and tobacco up by four tenths of 1% basic resources and banks are the worst performing sectors. Today in Europe, basic resources down by 1.9% in a similar move south for banks as well. We're watching shares and the likes of Santander after their results in Spain and 3.3% UBS shares down by 4.1%. Looking ahead towards trading on Wall Street, S&P immune and NASDAQ features are both done by half of 1%, we're seeing a rally across the bond space the two year treasury yield two basis points lower this morning, 4.07%. Okay, now to our top stories and clearly one of the top interviews as well of the day, the UBS CEO, saying that the lenders share buyback plans have been temporarily suspended and not canceled, announcing its results the bank revealed that it attracted inflows worth $28 billion in the months running up to its takeover of Credit Suisse. Speaking exclusively to Bloomberg, UBS CEO, Sergio amati, said the inflows are a sign of the bank's strength. We were very pleased with the fact that at times of distress in the market, generally the first quarter was very challenging. We still so clients looking at UBS as a safe haven and the inflows were coming from all regions. And from different sources in that sense, we are very pleased that particularly also after the announcement of the transaction of the acquisition of pretty Swiss, we still saw inflows coming into our bank. So a sign of confidence of our clients. So the multi they're speaking to Bloomberg's Manus cranny, UBS agreed to buy Credit Suisse last month for CHF 3 billion in a government backed takeover, the Linda says it now expects to wrap up the purchase in the second quarter. While staying with banker earnings, Spanish lender Santander reported profit of €2.57 billion in the first quarter beating the average estimates of 2.4 billion, the retail banking giant didn't manage to hit its target for a 15% return on tangible equity, something CFO Jose Garcia canterra told us was due to a windfall tax being levied by the Spanish government. He argued against the tax in our exclusive interview. The most important thing is that banks have sustainable profitable models for the cycle. So imposing of forcing the banks to not operate freely, obviously, under pure competitive dynamics, would not be advisable in our opinion. That Santander CFO Jose Garcia canteras speaking to Bloomberg earlier in a despite the tax burden Garcia canterra added that he expected the bank to hit its 2023 targets. Now to the U.S., where a $100 billion in deposits, $100 billion was pulled from first republic bank last month, the larger than expected outflow has reignited investor concerns about prospects for its business. Speaking to investors, first Republicans president and CEO, Mike rother, said the bank is taking action. We are pursuing strategic options to expedite our progress while reinforcing our capital position. I also want to underscore the key aspects of our business that will remain unchanged. These include operating a simple and straightforward business model focused on delivering exceptional client service. Roughly comments came as the bank said it would cut up to a quarter of its workforce, lower outstanding loan balances and curb non-essential activities. The president of Britain's biggest business lobby group says it may not survive. After a series of sexual misconduct allegations among staff members, the CBI's Brian McBride says senior leaders had failed its employees. The fact that serious things happened and we didn't know about them tells us there's something wrong with the culture. We must actually get much more severe in dealing with these things. So I think where we had resolution before that was agreed by both parties, we're still seeing that that's probably not enough. And we have to have a zero tolerance culture here. McBride rose an open lasso to members yesterday after some of the UK's largest businesses canceled their memberships. The CBI suspended all business until June as it attempts to restore a trust in the organization. Now the number of people looking for jobs here in the City of London has risen, that's as vacancies slump, Bloomberg's new imports has the story. Job seekers up, job vacancies down. The number of people looking for work in the City of London increased in the first quarter while the number of open positions dropped by almost a third. The latest data from Morgan McKinley highlights the tough job market for bankers amid economic uncertainty and the threat of redundancies. The survey says there were 12% more people on the hunt for work than during the same period last year. For those in finance who do manage to switch jobs, the average salary uplift was 18%, but that's the lowest salary bump in nearly two years in London. It's Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Fox News is fired its most popular presenter Tucker Carlson Bloomberg intelligence's media analyst geetha ranganathan says that his influence can't be overstated. Fox News is the major is a crown jewel really of the whole Fox empire. It brings in 75% of the company's profit. It is the most watched cable network in the U.S. has been now for about ten years running. And a huge part of that, I think they owe to their anchors and especially the popularity of Tucker Carlson. So this is huge. There are many investors shared drunken Athens views of fox's market companies in $507 million by the close yesterday, the share price slump comes just after Fox had agreed to pay $787 million to settle a defamation suit over its 2020 election coverage. So those are some of the top stories on the program this morning. On a day we were talking time about results that are driving shares down and looking at associated British foods actually owner of primark down 6.7% after their latest results as well. Interesting to reflect in a company like LVMH, which is actually only last week, got into the top ten of the most valuable companies in the world, is now brushing 9th if a manages to nudge Tesla out of the way, getting near to that 500 $1 billion valuation. Very different world to primark, isn't it? Over at elven H so one end of a multiple fronts. One end of a scale to another, I think. Yes. Indeed. So a half a $1 trillion company. It's remarkable. The demand coming through from China as well has been a big catalyst for the upside that we've seen for LVMH. That demand for luxury, that pent up demand coming through from China, whether or not of course that holds up is going to be a question. But yeah, it's a really big feather in the cap, of course, for the team at LVMH, and of course one of the world's richest men. The world's richest man, according to. Probably now the world has written that there you go according to Bloomberg's billionaires index. Now worth just under $213 billion and the number two place is being held by Elon Musk at around a 162 113 billion, not too shoddy. If we manage that by the end of the week, we'll be okay. All right. Let's go back to the big story that we are following today, which are the results out of UBS, despite the $28 billion in new net inflows the banks saw UBS is upping the money, they're setting aside for litigation that's linked to an issue dating back to the global financial crisis. So what are the priorities now for the new UBS CEO Sergio armati. He's been speaking to Bloomberg's Manus cranny for the first time since the takeover of Credit Suisse. First of all, we were very pleased with the fact that at times of distress in the market, generally the first quarter was very challenging. We still so
"brian mcbride" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"The rebound stars John O'Brien the score for the United States. Johnny O for playa del Rey, California. I feared Portugal. I did not expect the result against Portugal and for us to fucking dominate them. I mean, John O'Brien scored in the fourth minute. Your friend, opening with the tap in, you knew John O'Brien, just a very cerebral footballer, a very mercurial footballer. I mean, a distinctively maverick human being, but when that gentleman who you know, the gentleman who slapped down chorus on the pool table, late at Tom Cruise character in Top Gun in any bar seated, so we next guys, you knew that human being, what did that feel like? It brought home the entirety of the grandeur and scope and history of football on a personal level. It cemented the idea that this guy is a real person, which means that they're all real people, especially the people who are from where I'm from, ever since that first game I watched in 1994 where I didn't understand why people were cheering because the Colombian guy scored that goal for us. There's no honor in that. Why are we celebrating? All those guys were just real people. And I had known no soccer players as a kid. Now, a bridge had been crossed, the whole thing landed on me, and I just saw a world of potential, I saw a world of accomplishment yet unaccomplished. It landed in a very, very personal way. And that's the part that I kind of feel bad about and telling these stories because I know that's the one part where you can't just be like, and then I listen to this podcast and I took their advice, and I befriended a national team player. Don't do that. Don't do that. Don't do that. Don't bother them. That is the profound the tea of football that it makes you feel just a depth of transcendent emotion that is it's obviously ineffable. You made it articulate and at the same time it's just celebrated by hiking up his khakis. The new rule is coming. This is just the beginning for arena's team. London had a chas going. Third goal, Brian McBride. Ya big target man who barely scratched 6 foot but seemed to be like 8, 9 four. I mean, he was just enormous in our imagination. Brendan hunt, how soiled were your pants in that moment? Well, luckily Raj. It was only 1130 in the morning. So I was able to keep it together. But emotionally, I changed my emotional pants three times in that 45 minutes. That was a mess. You have everybody. Listening as football fans were all wearing emotional pants. Brian McBride, man, so brave. Dude would stick his head into any dangerous situation to win his header. He'd broken both cheekbones, I believe by this point he once broke his nose, came back on, scored the winner, much like Batman is not comfortable if he's not wearing the mask. Brian McBride is not himself if he's not wearing a curtain of blood. His own Jersey. His nickname was muck head and maquette put a screen on up after just over half an hour. This is against again, the Portugal golden generation. Yes, they came back, a dreadlock mastery on they tried to tackle figo, who lifted the ball over him, kept going master on the latest head. Man, I haven't seen this in MLS, which I just love as a quote, I do. It got the movie. A Jeff a goose trademark own goal made it three two with 9 minutes left to play. Exquisite. Bruce arena must have had turtle head, but he didn't show it. That must have been the most nightmare inducing kind of turtle head. What feelings did you experience in this moment though? A legit undeniable, major major U.S. victory. They came through. They came through in this unbelievable, dominant way. And showed that no matter what degree of underdogs we are, we can do it. We can do it any time. It doesn't mean we always will. But we can. And I had seen U.S. soccer through that prism ever since. Bruce arena, I'm not a smart enough soccer person to know what his tactical acumen was, but he very famously going into that game and I assume before most games said we want to have the first tackle. We want to have the first shot. We want to have the first card when I have the first everything. And then suddenly we're one nothing up on Portugal in the fourth minute. There's something very American about that being your main coaching principle. Bruce was not only the right coach for that moment, but he was also a font of hope and belief in a very American way that I will always treasure. Footnote, I once stood next to him at a blackjack table after a friendly in Germany in the build of 2002. We lost 42 against Germany. That's a whole thing. But I was not good at blackjack and I was very nervous standing next to Bruce arena. I was to his right and I hit and I had a 7. He had like a four showy and Bruce arena. Yes, he's a bit he's a Long Island, you know, possibly monster and or Jim teacher, but he's also a little bit snagglepuss because he literally went he took my 7.
"brian mcbride" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"I'm so bloody excited about and it was a clue in that intro about the name and now it has nothing to do with John cougar. Welcome to episode one of go go USA, a passionate fans history of American men's soccer as we lead up to the World Cup. This November, our goal in this series is to celebrate the history of the men's game here in this nation, and yes, there is a proud history of the sport we love in this nation that we adore. You just have to know where to look. Unfortunately for us all. I've got an incredible cohost for this journey, a gent who like me loves American soccer, a Blake who in his professional life has done a remarkable amount for the game here in the USA. You know him as coach beard in Ted Lasso, which is second only to the mighty U.S. women's national team in terms of American soccer silverware weren't. I know him as one of the most every year passionate and just flat out lovely American football fans I've ever met. It's the one and only. Mister Brendan hunt. Thank you, Raj, that is among the top 7 introductions I've ever had. It's really lovely. Thank you. When I look at you, I just think of that live truth, the reason is powerless in the expression of love. Billy shakes, man. He could turn a phrase. Offended. It's a joy to be with you for so many reasons, but you and I have so bloody much in common. We are both enormous Chicago sports fans. We both sincerely believe that the movie victory is a work of true cinematographical genius. Let's check and double check, yes. We pay for vehicle a brown. And we are both American gents who adore the football. There's some kind of freaky Friday, two guys being a pool, and they switch personalities, born in different places, but they're the same person. One of those movies. It writes itself, Raj. Oh my God, Hollywood executives pee in the pool one two and three. It does right itself. You first enter my consciousness back in 2010 during the World Cup Twitter had just become a football thing and there were hardy band of us, each like really just thriving, just dominating, just owning America with 200 followers each. And sweeter for still about football from a U.S. perspective, what was your Twitter handle back then? The unlikely fan, which had its roots in when I was working at boom Chicago in Amsterdam for Euro 2008. I had done like fledgling bits of Internet football comedy. Just trying to get ahead of that huge market. I was too soon. I was too soon. You created the wave on which we are now also paying. I do remember your stuff. You blog, you tweet, you were passionate, you were well informed. I honestly, you stood out immediately during that England one USA one group stage victory. That's when I think I first noticed you. I loved every single one of your tweets. About Clint Dempsey had one about London Donovan. You wrote if Landon Donovan transferred to Utrecht FC, he would finally realize his destiny as the bizarro Rick Smith. I've got to tell you, I lulled when I saw that tweet. That's not bad. It's great for likes. Like spending them. I was one of them. And I remember liking it and being like, oh my God, there's a Kindred American spirit who is thinking things that I think making me laugh from his own couch. How did you get into football though? Because you may hail from the north side of Chicago, but you always say in every single possible interview that it was a long road for you to finally become what you are. You're in words a soccer missionary. How did it happen? Yeah, so in the states was not into football at all. It just really never came up, except for the movie victory, which when my grandmother got showtime, victory was one of approximately 5 movies that they showed on heavy repeat. All of which are movies that came to love, perhaps beyond their actual modern merit, such as Victor Victoria, beastmaster. Oh my gosh. These master, I made a man of me. But I absolutely love that movie. And you know, I wasn't aware that Bobby Moore and osier D list were people of note. They were just the cool guys in this movie with the guy from death trap and rocky. If you knew anything about soccer, unless you were a soccer person, which they existed, it was just not your thing. Like, I grew up in Chicago. I went to a high school in the city, came with academy in Hyde Park, a mostly black school, but some athletics, you know, we had a football team with some good results at the time, but no one even considered playing soccer. It just never came up. I don't even think in my 6 years there came an academy. In 6 years of PE that I ever once have a soccer unit, you know, like a couple of weeks where a tired tired old gym teacher who didn't want to have to do this, but they didn't want to have to do square dancing either. We're like, all right, here's what you're supposed to do. It was their job to show us things that they didn't like, but they never even condescended to show us soccer. So soccer became that sport that fucking suburbans were playing. The thing is, I now realize that the face of this is Brian McBride. Brian McBride and I were born like a month apart, but my hatred, you know, quote unquote hatred at the time of suburbanite soccer players would have been now Brian McBride, who now, of course, I think, is a goddamn American hero. But at the time, fuck soccer, fuck those guys who play soccer, but we didn't actually know anyone who played soccer. The 1990 World Cup, I think I knew about it, but passed me by then the 1994, of course, we host it and some stuff started to catch hold there, but not in a hardcore contagious way just yet. It wasn't until I moved to Amsterdam in 1999 at a time when there was no broadband. There was no streaming, so I could not follow what the bulls were doing, but also Michael Jordan had just retired. So there was a more profound sports hole in my soul. Football just came walking on in and started watching a few games and especially Holland games, Holland was very good at the time. You know, they were about to host zero 2000. Man, you were escalating irrevocably toward the treble, and I watched them. Then I became a fucking nut, but from then on, it's been nonstop and only
"brian mcbride" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Things are really going on. This is another quote by cloud arena on female referee. And in all honest, can we get real and have male refs for a game like this? It's embarrassing, guys. What are we trying to prove a game like this? Deserves better attention. Jeff, when you read this quote, what went through your mind? I mean, it's just an incredibly sexist thing to say. And just, I mean, why even go there? I mean, you know, let's face it. I mean, female referees deservedly so have been making more and more inroads into the game at the highest levels. They're there because of their ability. They're there because of their consistency and how they call games. They're there on merit. And so for Claudio reyna to imply otherwise, it's just, it just seems detached from reality. But again, when you combine that with all these other comments that he made, whether it was to Brian McBride or to Ernie Stewart, saying, I'm done with you guys after the World Cup, you know, it's a joke. Maybe we shouldn't be surprised. Maybe I shouldn't be surprised that he would say something like that, that again is just so beyond the pale and just doesn't represent the facts. Here it is not the end. Cloud Lorena, his wife did not participate. We're not part of investigation. We're still waiting to Danielle was Claudio. Daniel, you're right. Daniel was cloudy wasn't. Jeff, as always, thank you so much for your time. Thank you guys any time. Now an hour ago, a great book called via the Washington Post at this quote. First and foremost, Russell
"brian mcbride" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"And you have to believe Greg's depictions are like, well, Claudia texted this to Brian mc droid. After the U.S. draw, against Wales in the World Cup. Our entire family is disgusted, angry, and done with you guys. Don't expect nice comments from anyone in our family about U.S. soccer and being transparent to you. Not like the political clown show with the federation. And yes, Brian McBride was reading his friend. Was rayna's teammate, but he was also general manager of the team, and this text makes it clear. The idea that rayna was just merely sounding off to friends. You read this report. No, Claudia was attacking Brian McBride in this case and the institution he worked for. Another one. Claudia arena texted this to Ernie Stewart. After the draw against Wales when Gio reader didn't play. What a complete and utter fucking joke of family is disgusted in case you are wondering. Disgusted at how a coach is allowed to never be challenged and do whatever he wants. And you read that and so many reactions, isn't this what a coach does? They are chosen to make decisions. Hard decisions. You might not like those decisions. Those can be wrong decisions. I mean, if anyone knows this, why am I even saying this? Isn't it cloudy? Who played on team after team after team was Bora Miller to the challenged in 1994? Was Bruce arena challenged that World Cup 2002? It gets worse. It gets darker, Claudio, to U.S. international team general manager Brian McBride. You guys don't even know what we know about Greg. Danielle, to an unnamed U.S. soccer employee, once this tournament is over, I can make one phone call and give one interview. And it's cool sneakers and bounce passes will be gone. When it comes to travel, we all have a happy place. You can see yourself already there and it's glorious, my happy place. I think many of you know saint barts, where the sun is always shining. It's always decent French food. And I immersively unplug from Chelsea's doubling of the revenues transfer business. And now think of your happy place, the sun, the sand, the slopes, the big city, or town, or little cavern that you just explored, or the football holiday you just went on where you binged on the league we love and ate all the pie and drank all the lagers. Whatever you're happy place is,
"brian mcbride" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"That's Gucci scoring the gwinner against on ludes in the 92nd minute of the 2005 gold cup to send the U.S. into the final where they beat Panama and penalties. Some even question gooch as being part of the good old boys regime. Like nepotism was somehow involved. This is just insane. We're coming off an era in U.S. soccer where the majority of people who have gotten chances in UN soccer are somehow tied to the 90s. X players from the 90s. All from the same area, New Jersey. All continued to be recycled within U.S. soccer in some way, shape or form. And some question to be part of the good old boys regime, like if he's getting this only because of the next player, which is also comical because sunil galadi used to be the one calling the shots. There used to be no sporting director, no GM just sunil. The U.S. soccer president and back then, people would cry about how soccer people should be the ones running the federation. X players. That's what coaches. He's a soccer person. Here's another reality. A lot of the candidates for this position, regardless of country, may only have club football experience. It's just a reality. And viable candidates that we know of, like Peter Burmese sporting Kansas City and nurse Tanner to the Philly union, they didn't even want to interview for the job. They don't even want to get out of bed and say, sure, I'll hear you out. pays about just under 800 K, at least according to fiscal reports. So why is this not as attractive as one might think? We don't know. There's clearly something. I have a theory. I don't expect there to be a GM position on the man's side. In fact, U.S. soccer's not even mentioned anything about that position. A position once held by Brian McBride who stepped down in January. There's only been talk about the U.S. men's national coach and sporting director. So there's no GM. So if there's no GM, those duties would fought a current U.S. soccer CEO, JT Batson. So the sporting director would essentially do what. Pick up the phone, call clubs, be that bridge between the club and the pool. Logistics for camps, deciding on or having input on where they play, style of the program, and ultimately what, picking the coach. That would be the responsibilities. If that. I mean, is that enough to really get the likes of Peter Burmese, Ernst Tanner, maybe a Dennis the closer or any other viable candidate out there, Garth lag away to really think he can mold a program, do what he needs to do. In his own image, clearly it's not enough. Gucci may not be the person for this job, and that's okay. You can judge him on his resume. How thin you think that is, and that's more than fair. But it's not crazy to think that a person with a background as a player of 15 years at the highest levels in multiple cultures with experiences of sporting director, however thin you may think that is, who's made connections and learned about different cultures and football, who speaks three different languages, with an international business degree, and yes, knows about the inner workings of the federation from being on the board wouldn't be somebody that is worth talking to. Question whatever you want, you
"brian mcbride" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"Scoring the gwinner against on do this in the 92nd minute of the 2005 gold cup to send the U.S. into the final where they beat Panama and penalties. Some even question gooch as being part of the good old boys regime. Like nepotism was somehow involved. This is just insane. We're coming off an era in U.S. soccer where the majority of people who have gotten chances in UN soccer are somehow tied to the 90s. X players from the 90s. All from the same area, New Jersey. All continued to be recycled within U.S. soccer in some way, shape or form. And some question if he's part of the good old boys regime, like if he's getting this only because he's the next player, which is also comical because suni galati used to be the one calling the shots. There used to be no sporting director, no GM just sunil. The U.S. soccer president and back then, people would cry about how soccer people should be the ones running the federation. X players. That's what coaches. He's a soccer person. Here's another reality. A lot of the candidates for this position, regardless of country, may only have club football experience. It's just a reality. And viable candidates that we know of, like Peter Burmese sporting Kansas City, and nurse Tanner, the Philly union, they didn't even want to interview for the job. They don't even want to get out of bed and say, sure, I'll hear you out. This job pays about just under 800 K, at least according to fiscal reports. So why is this not as attractive as one might think? We don't know. There's clearly something. I have a theory. I don't expect there to be a GM position on the man's side. In fact, U.S. soccer is not even mentioned anything about that position. A position once held by Brian McBride who stepped down in January. There's only been talk about the U.S. men's national coach and sporting director. So there's no GM. So if there's no GM, those duties were fought a current U.S. soccer CEO, JT Batson. So the sporting director would essentially do what. Pick up the phone, call clubs, be that bridge between the club and the pool. Logistics for camps, deciding on or having input on where they play, style of the program, and ultimately what, picking the coach. That would be the responsibilities. If that. I mean, is that enough to really get the likes of Peter Burmese, Ernst Tanner, maybe a Dennis to close it, or any other viable candidate out there, Garth lag away to really think he can mold a program, do what he needs to do. In his own image, clearly it's not enough. Gucci may not be the person for this job, and that's okay. You can judge him on his resume. How thin you think that is, and that's more than fair. But it's not crazy to think that a person with a background as a player of 15 years at the highest levels in multiple cultures with experience as a sporting director, however thin you may think that is, who's made connections and learned about different cultures in football, who speaks three different languages with an international business degree, and yes, knows about the inner workings of the federation from being on the board wouldn't be somebody that is worth talking to. Question whatever you want, you be the judge, but it's not crazy to think that U.S. soccer shouldn't be exploring every possible candidate. Mama. He put us all up here soon. I ain't never meet him. That is the chief of anthem composed by senor Alejandro neve and performed by the mariachi nuevo, this week we're talking about
"brian mcbride" Discussed on ESPN FC
"In my reaction as well. Yeah, absolutely, because at the end of the day, this is a really tough situation. We don't know if Giovanni Rena was actually the one who asked for his parents to do what we already know happened or exactly. So we don't know the behind the scenes. What we do know now is that, yeah, I agree. It's an important reaction from Hudson, but my question to you is how in jeopardy is now joanie reyna's career. With the U.S. international team and in general, you're not worried. No, no, not at all. Listen, the U.S. miss national team doesn't have the luxury of turning away quality players. Certainly not. The player with the highest ceiling, probably of any player. And it's him in March for the U.S.. Absolutely. You bring him in, you see what he's like with the players and with all due respect to Anthony Hudson? You're a caretaker and you're doing a very good job of doing these things, but it doesn't matter what Anthony Hudson gives the federation in responsive what he sees because ultimately whether Giovanni stays or not is not up to Anthony Hudson. That's a reality. Whoever the next coach may be or the next sporting director, that's going to be on them. Anthony Hudson right now is just following suit doing his job. If so, I mean, it's a very obvious job from my perspective. Somebody should have checked on him. Obviously it's not going to be Greg berhalter. It's not going to be Ernie Stewart or Brian McBride, who's next in line. It's Anthony Hudson so it makes sense. But at the club level, are they checking on him? Just in a personal level. Because they could pick up the phone and ask the club what's going on. But there's nothing like going straight and getting the answer from the horse's mouth. Gio, what's going on, my man. Why aren't you playing? What's on your mind? What do you think? What do you feel? Because geo can very easily say, well, you know what? Mentally I'm not there with my injury. If that was the case, or it could just say, man, I'm not getting on the field because have you seen us play? We're winning. They don't need me on the field. I scored three straight goals and three straight games, and then the next games, we don't get scored on. I'm not on the field. We keep winning. I don't have arguments to get on the field right now. That could be another thing. And honestly, if his hands are tied his hands are tight, but you talk to the player. Yeah, what I'm thinking now is that maybe Anthony Hudson if he doesn't call giorno up can use this as an excuse. If he's not playing. He's not call up Jill Reina. There are some questions to be asked about Anthony Hudson. That's very simple. What are you doing? One of the most talented players, the camp of the U.S. men's national team, the setup, the pool does not have the luxury of turning quality players away. This is one bad string of results away from being a disaster. You're a laughingstock and an embarrassment for how things went down in the landscape with Greg berhalter with the Reina's. With Ernie Stewart and the federation, Brian McBride and his exit, all you need now is a string of battery results while you have this interim and something happens like you don't qualify or something happens. You don't even make it to the finals of the nation's league or the gold cup for this to go sideways. You don't start by trying to force her hand or make a name for yourself by not calling it in Giovanni reign after Anthony Hudson. I just hope that this drama doesn't get in the way of a talented player, like you said. That's what I'm worried about. From, yeah, from Giovanni Rena. You can't forget that he's because. He's still a kid. Yeah. And I don't care how good he is as a footballer. He's still forming himself as a person. And it's a lot of pressure, especially in today's social media world to turn on that phone and see everything that's burning about you. Yeah. Yeah, absolutely. That's where we saw everything kind of just unravel.
"brian mcbride" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Was as a young kid who had been who has been through a lot. What's your initial reaction to see this from Hudson? We mentioned how important he was about three or four times. Yeah, okay, I think a lot of it what I've been seeing is solution to what is there still a problem with Giovanni Reina. My initial reaction is it's not that there's still a problem with Giovanni Reina. He addresses a problem that happened at the World Cup. So one would assume like he says, you handle that with that player and you move on. The problem is you didn't move on. The problem is Greg berhalter Edison spoke about a player who was in disciplined and how they handled it. Everybody deciphered that it was Giovanni Reina and the fallout that led to the reign of family, his parents, reaching out to the federation, speaking ill a Greg berhalter and his family and the fallout that is today. There's too much water under this bridge. And that's why it seems like the most rational thing to do is from somebody in the federation, Anthony Hudson, in this case, to go and visit a player in Giovanni reyna, who's not been plain lately. Yeah. So you got to figure out why he's not been playing lately. One is it health because he's got his fair share fair share of health issues, fitness, is he not say it. Well, is he not fit to is it more? Is it something mentally? Is he not in the right state of mind? Or is there a problem within the team? You need to figure that out because there's still this lingering dark cloud over Giovanni Reina and what it will be like the very first time he's in that U.S. mission camp, that setup. And the only person that was there that's in charge right now, that's a reality because it's not going to be Ernie Stewart. It's not going to be a Brian McBride. It's Anthony Hudson. Whether any of us would like that to be the case or not, that's the reality. So I see nothing wrong with an Anthony Hudson in a very mature way. Going to see how this 20 year old kid is doing. Yeah. Basically
"brian mcbride" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Was published by Yahoo sports in our interview earnings tour, touching on different subjects, mainly talking about his time at U.S. soccer and the things hurt that he believes need to be done in order to quote unquote take the next step. He's no longer in charge, but I think a lot of things that are worth our time touching on what was the biggest takeaway from this interview for you. My biggest takeaway was that Ernie Stewart said a lot without saying anything, okay? A lot about nothing, if you will. He talked about how he was in charge of bringing Gerber holder in. He spoke about how it wasn't his job on picking the next coach, that would have been Brian McBride. He spoke about the DNA, the style of play, and how he thought that the U.S. national team, excuse me, the U.S. nationally had a very good work up. Yeah. Which I don't agree with. He even went as far as to say if you take out the scoreline against the other one. That was a great quote. Yeah, I love that. It was good. Where was it good? The best player on that day for your team, if you had to consider your goals. Matt Turner was the best player on your team that day. And then you can go down the list of things when he talks about the pyramid, and he never mentions pro rel, et cetera, et cetera. I'll leave you with this. Okay? When we think about Ernie Stewart in his legacy as a sporting director, there are a few things you will remember. You will remember he was in charge of bringing Greg berhalter in. And you will remember how Greg berhalter left. You will remember Ernie Stewart was a one catering to phone calls with overbearing helicopter parents. You will remember that his role in the Giovanni Reina, Daniel rayna, Claudio reyna, and the berhalter's, and that saga with U.S. soccer. That's what you will remember of Ernie Stewart. You were also remembering he decided to leave. U.S. soccer leave this team for PSV. That is what you will remember of Ernie Stewart in his role as a sporting director. In furnace to the report, he was asked about the Greg berhard reign of family situation. He said he was not able to comment, but he was asked. Now, I didn't investigation. Yeah. Exactly. Pending investigation. My biggest takeaway, and I wanted to talk to you about this and I talked to you a little bit before we came on the air, but I didn't want to talk a lot because I wanted to have at least I want to ask you this. He talked about the new player, right? And he was a little bit about the same thing that Greg Bert halter had to say had to say about after the loss against the Netherlands, right? We do not have a Memphis the pie. And I believe Ernie Stewart was also leading us into that. We need a new player, not his 15 or 16. When they're even younger, we need a world class player and my first thought was, well, you guys do have world class players. I thought the new U.S. player was already here. The Christian politics of the world, the western McKinney of the world, the Tyler Adams of the world. Who are we kidding? So a lot of negativity, a lot of negativity towards the talent of the U.S. player. You could say it's maybe finger pointing saying we couldn't succeed because we didn't have because he was saying that the U.S. didn't have that difference maker in the final third and maybe he's right. You look at the names you just mentioned, those names aren't world class players, especially if we look in the final third. They're not difference makers on TV or. Memphis, Memphis, a way better player than Christian blizzard. Well, in all fairness to him, that's not his comparison. That was great. That was great. But which is an error, which is a joke and it shouldn't have been done. But in a separate report, one of Brian Strauss is the best sporting sports illustrator. He talks about culture and wanting to bring in somebody next future U.S. men's national coach. Who understands the culture. I would ask to that what culture? What culture are you asking about? Because the culture that you've had at U.S. soccer or the identity, I should say, historically, is
"brian mcbride" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Morning, Tom. Jobs in the City of London will go as a result of a recession and the government plan to raise taxes and cut spending. That's the assessment of the new lord mayor of London who's been speaking to us here on Bloomberg radio. The lord mayor Nicholas Lions also told us that the UK had shot itself in the foot by opting for Brexit, but that we haven't yet taken advantage of the freedom that it offers. Soc gen and alliance Bernstein have agreed on a partnership that merges large parts of their equities trading businesses, the joint venture will be run out of London under the Bernstein name and will unite the cash equities and equities research units of both firms. The French bank will hold 51% of the new business. COVID restrictions are now affecting a 5th of China's economy as infections continue to rise undermining Beijing's call for more targeted COVID zero measures. More than 27,000 new cases were reported on Monday near a record with the southern manufacturing hub of Guangzhou, the current epicenter. Many local authorities have been expanding testing and shutting schools and offices despite recent directives to ease measures. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalist and analysts are more than a 120 countries. I'm a tera, this is Bloomberg, Caroline. Thank you so much as we run down of our top stories. Now let's get to day two of the confederation of British industry conference. This is Britain's biggest business lobby, the opposition leader Keir Starmer is about to address the conference shortly. Let's go to Birmingham live and speak to our UK correspondent Lizzie burden. Is he good to have you with us? You were listening into the CBI president and speaking to him Brian McBride earlier this morning and Keir Starmer is coming. What do we expect him to say? Well, the centrists are battling for the right of Britain again Caroline. Kirsten is expected to say that the days of low pay and cheat labor are over, he'll say that Britain is over reliant on immigration for growth. So really marking his difference from Tony Blair, but it will be interesting to see how he plans to bring immigration down in the UK because successive conservative prime minister has made the same promise and fail. And I was speaking to Brian McBride, as you say, the CBI president just earlier. And he said that actually in the short term, we need to bring people in for all the jobs that aren't being filled today like baggage handlers, but also more skilled people who work in IT. And on the growth question, if labor gets into power, he says they wouldn't actually have that many more options fiscally than what the conservative card, but it's they need to price inflation and focus on growth in order to drive the economy. And part of the options around driving the economy clearly would be a realignment with the European Union. Brexit seeming to dominate arguably overshadow much of the discussion. They're in Birmingham Lizzie. What was the reception then to the prime minister's speech in the pushback on a much closer union with Brussels? Well, Brian McBride, as a voice of business, said that the UK needs to work more closely with the EU because that's why we're missing out on trade deals like with the USA because of the instability in Northern Ireland. He said that all the political instability is contributing to the poor business investment in the UK. It's also because businesses are worried about the coming recession. So he says that government needs to be planning better, takeaways, some of the regulation that wasn't cost anything, but he said Brexit is done. So it's really about optimizing what we've got. I would add that there is this suspicion within the Tory party that the reason Brexit is dominating is because there's a closet remainer at number 11 in Jeremy hunt, the Chancellor he of course voted to remain in the EU in the 2016 Brexit referendum. And we had this Sunday time story that the UK was looking at a Swiss style deal. Now Brexit is in the Tory past you're asking, where is this come from? And they're looking with suspicion at the treasury. Yeah, absolutely, Lizzie, thank you so much for joining us. Live from Birmingham at the CBI conference, Lizzie was also speaking to the AstraZeneca president of the urge the prime minister to boost support for research and development in life sciences Lizzie thanks for your time coming up next. We'll go live to Simone foxman in
"brian mcbride" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"With our top stories for morning. Good morning, jobs in the City of London will go, as a result, a very session in the government plan to raise taxes and cut spending. Let the assessment of the new lord mayor of London, who has been speaking to us here in Bloomberg radio, the lord mayor Nicholas Lyons also told us that the UK had shot itself in the foot by opting for Brexit, and that we haven't yet taken advantage of the freedoms that it offers. Saudi Arabia has denied the report that it's discussing an oil production increase for the OPEC plus meeting in early December. The Wall Street Journal said the group was considering raising output by as much as 500,000 barrels a day. The Saudi say the current production cut of 2 million barrels per day will continue until the end of 2023. COVID restrictions are now affecting a 5th of China's economy, as infections continue to rise under mining Beijing school for more targeted COVID zero measures. More than 27,000 new cases were reported on Monday near a record with a southern manufacturing hub of Guangzhou, the current epicenter. Many local authorities have been expanding testing and shutting schools and offices despite recent directives to ease measures. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and nanowires in more than 120 countries, and Sylvia klamath. This is Bloomberg. Thanks Sylvia. Now, the opposition leader Keir Starmer will address the confederation of British industry conference later today as he seeks to position labor as the party of business. He'll tell the gathering that UK firms must wean themselves off cheap labor. This offer the prime minister spoke to the conference on Monday saying the UK wouldn't align with EU rules. For more, let's go to Birmingham speak to our UK correspondent Lizzie Burton. Good morning, Lizzie. So Rishi sunak doubled down on his pro Brexit credentials. What did business leaders make of the speech? Well, let's just remember you have to think politically why Rishi sunak was rebutting the idea of a Swiss style deal. So vigorously. Switzerland accepts the free movement of labor from the EU, except EU market regulations and it makes annual payments to the block's budget. All of which a red line for the so called European research group on which Rishi sunak is relying to hold his government together. But despite that talk, there are suspicions within his party that there's a split between numbers ten and 11 Downing Street and that Jeremy hunt, the Chancellor, is a closet remainer, because remember he voted to remain in the EU in the 2016 Brexit referendum. And he told the BBC last week that unfettered trade with our neighbors is beneficial to growth. So there is this concern. Hence the tough talk, but interestingly, I was speaking to the CBI director general Tony danke SD. You asked me the business perspective. He says what business wants is a Boris style deal for what's been agreed to just be implemented. And he said that closure ties with Europe won't necessarily be the silver bullet that fixes the UK's labor market inactivity problems. So not perhaps what you'd expect to hear from the boss of Britain's biggest business lobby and I'll be speaking to the CBI president Brian McBride later on today. Okay. But it is interesting that there does seem to be this big shift in tone and that Brexit is still basically front and center. The new poll of polls that professor John Curtis came out with showed that Britain's reject Brexit now 57% to 43 YouGov laughter week talked about 56% of respondents believing that Brexit was wrong. So I think, you know, when you are facing the crisis of Brexit beginning to bite, so look, how is the opposition leader Keir Starmer going to deal with all of this both the economic crisis coming the recession and Brexit? Given that polling, it's strange to see on the front page of the telegraph today that we're expecting Keir Starmer to say that the days of low pay cheap labor are over that Britain has become over reliant on immigration for growth. So really it's the centrist battling for the right of Britain again. This is Keir Starmer marking his difference from Tony Blair. And it'll be really interesting when he speaks today to hear how he plans to bring legal immigration down because successive conservative prime ministers have failed here. So the room full of business leaders is going to take some convincing Caroline. On the convincing front, clearly one imagines that business leaders are in favor of cheap labor. So just quickly, who's the party of business when you ask business leaders? I asked Rishi sunak this question yesterday after all the recent turmoil come the conservatives really call themselves the party of business. He said unequivocally, but I have to say there are some murmurs and a bit of laughter in the room. Oh, okay, Lizzie Burton, good stuff. Great to have you with us, of course, and at the confederation of British industry on day two of this most important forum, of course, that Britain's biggest business lobby for keeping your ear to the ground with those business leaders and no doubt MPs and ministers who are in attendance usually. Coming up next though, we're going to talk about the World Cup in Doha. We'll be there live for day three as the controversies around the competition do continue to mount, but the action on the pitch is also preoccupying many too. This is Bloomberg. This is a Bloomberg money minute. Electronics are popular
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"brian mcbride" Discussed on Back To Work
"Well you should carve out some time probably to go to the mcdonalds deal with that. The corollary hundred percent so much more true which is like no no no matter how much are scheduled to be in there today at three. Like if you're if you're Sister goes into labor. You're just going to have to call. Dr mcdonald's say like i gotta go with thing. Yeah how do you decide. I don't know i don't know. But that's that's that's where the goes live. That's the complicated part in. Life is knowing when to manage which part of your life in the right way at the right level and for the right reason. And that's that's why we've had a podcast for one hundred and sixteen years because we're still working on it so it's not done yet. All i wanna say was like first of all. I dreamed that samsung Ssd t seven. Yeah lewin heart valve. And i had to install it on myself. I didn't like that. I was also realizing i was having trouble breathing. Because i think i probably should get one of those michael jackson. 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Used to be a sears and of the mall dreams obviously the sears dream is going to be a subset just like the las vegas dream is kind of a superset of the mall dream and then there's the the paris hate the paris airport dream. That's that sucks that is that is one about probation and It's very sad to me but you know so. That's what i was dealing with though i had to. I had to figure out how to get the samsung heart valve Working plus. I didn't have the the the michael jackson route refresh myself. You know but you're not supposed to refresh. He's supposed to spend the whole night. New slats the problem is i mean. It sucks to be a little bit asleep. Do you have to up. The ben's do you have to worry about coming out of that. diaz asian pressure. Yep sure do gotta worry about the band you gotta worry about pablo honey gotta worry about okay computer. I mean they're all based on nitrogen based things right. sure he always say no alarms and no surprises. 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Oh so ricky jay. When everybody out there i didn't get a chance. I started to talk about this on rod but it wasn't really didn't fit but if you haven't seen it goes go watch live practice. It's called something like such a practice. The magic and mentors of ricky jay. Now the downside of this is the ricky jay stuff especially given how prolific that man was. There's not a lot. That's easy to put your hands too. I bought a copy of that documentary deceptive practice. I bought a copy of that on the apple thing you might be able to find it elsewhere but it's pretty tricky. None of his books. Almost none of his books are imprint. Including fire proof women including like mini his. Like a dozen books that he's written and certainly the. None of them are kindle very frustrating. You can't even get it from library. Ricky jay is a guy who studied magic his whole life and was tutored by some of the the great sleight of hand card and coin. Magicians his father was. There's grandfather was a magician. And so he metal these magicians. It's mainly just yeah me like first of all kinds of stipulated hate magic. It makes me angry. I really i really really hate magic sleight of hand stuff though a lot. Ledger domains called. It's not great word legitimate. where they they. They're standing in front of there. Like look look i. We got a little I know i know your sock and little little scarf right here. Look look at the motion is and they're like here's your little scarf is one of the one of the great atlanta rappers from dirty south los scarf. Yeah but up. I think magic is a form of assault. And i hate it and makes sale bad. Of course it does. it says. I think you're stupid. And i it for some reason. Have a tuxedo. I have a tuxedo. And i think you're stupid. Okay and then it really feels very very salty salty to me just as a thing like you know what i'm saying but But ricky jay. 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"brian mcbride" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Rick tittle things. There's a direct correlation between dogs and lightning. I do think a lot of time stuff. Thank you for that and welcome back to the show. Rick tuttle coast to coast and around the world on american forces radio network. We'll just go walk on the show and we get her The champions league final this year is going to suck it Chelsea and manchester city Those teams played each other in the league this weekend and man city with a draw against chelsea would have clinched the league title and sergio garo one of the greatest strikers and premier league history. Step to the spot for a penalty kick and he tried a peninsula. She member and the euros when The czech player peninsula tried a little chip and Went right to the keeper. Chelsea ended up winning by the way the midseason addition of Tomas to kill as the chelsea head coach greatest coaching switch in the history of the premier league. If you just talk about results. I mean it's just what i one loss since he took over now. They're in third place. It's it's nuts but the deal is now man. United is still mathematically mathematically alive. They have four games left because i went canceled but manchester city. They can only get to eighty nine points. Man united can get to ninety so that would mean man said he would need to lose their next three games but it just keeps the red half of manchester live just a little bit. More my team tottenham lost leads three nil. And now everybody's just talking about harry came leaving. That's basically all talking about right now. Which hurts yeah. He's england captain. He a world cup golden boot winner one of the best strikers in the world bar none. I mean if you really wanna look at results. There's only one other guy that does what he does. When it comes to leading the league in goals and assists the greatest league in the world has the most goals in any of the most assists. And that's ridiculous. Robert levin dos key. The polish striker with byron. Munich is the only one that can come close Back to mls. For a second. I was talking earlier with jon. Finkel about nineteen ninety. Six and i said i went to the first ever. Mls game will. The first ever draft pick was by the columbus crew and they took a guy who's been on the show many times. Brian mcbride the great Usa ford the only american to score france ninety eight by the way guy who played for preston north end guy who played for fulham. A guy played for everton in europe as well great player. It was an inspired. Pick a saint louis billikens at the time. Well i bring up the crew. Because apparently they want to rebrand and they wanna drop their name and those first. Mls teams were pretty stupid. Like you had the clash with like you know a scorpion and the crew had all these little hard hats. Well there's been The fans are rioting. How much can you do a riot. Petition on change dot org called keep the crew they wanna keep it all right We are now joined by a jessica. Watkins oath keeper capital stormer criminal away. Now this is the other one jessica. Comedian jessica walk ins with documentaries special ish what's it like when you have. Somebody has the exact same name that does something so bone headed. Is it kinda cool for the publicity or does it just hundred percent suck. I imagine that the fbi has looked at my answer. 'em at least a couple of times happy. And before the the keeper there was also there's just as watkins the astronauts. So i do have to. Women are outperforming right now. But i'm hoping for the film comes out. I'll be back in play. Well those two stink compared to you. I mean come on. I remember one time in the eighties. When i went to east germany and i came back And i was asked about it by an official one time. What was i doing there. And i thought i. How did you know i was there. And they're like well. what were you doing. I was like i was walking around east berlin. It's funny how they keep tabs on your. Maybe it's not funny. You know you can't think too much about it. It's just is what it is all right. Jessica watkins stand up. Comedian decided to walk across this great land of ours. The lower end contiguous to help jumpstart the comedy career. When did this idea take place You know it was bouncing around for about a year. Before i started to walk the walk in two thousand fourteen but about ten years before that i met this guy aaron huey who is now sort of a famous photographer and when i met him he's just really interesting guy who are gold shoes and we played a game of golf and he played the entire game with the putter. So he's like a common strange dude. And i found out that he'd walked across america. And that you know. I thought it was a really weird thing but i never thought of something i would do. Cut two years later The idea that started circling and i reached back out to him and started doing research and made the plan. That i was gonna walk across america so you walked across in two thousand fourteen or that was the idea happen. That's the walked across and we're just getting the film now so it was A lot of post production. Well it's what. Why did it take so long. Entire year of two thousand fourteen year of the trip and then yeah making a documentary. Take some time you know you get back from a trip like that. You have all this footage ahead over three hundred hours of footage and it was like what is the story going to be and the story was more than just a walk. There were a lot of elements to it and it took me a few years to really figure out with that story was then i recorded a fool that of stand up which is in the stone for the film part comedy special part documentary And i put that. You know those two elements together and then. It was about a year of editing a year of Doing the festival run. And then this past summer signed with the distribution company and then the film about tomorrow very cool now when it comes to the was all on your own. You didn't have somebody bankroll on your end. So this was funded by two successful crowd funding campaigns. And then i do have executive producer jesse light who also came through and help significantly financially and that was more towards the end when the editing process. What's happening. But i raised over forty thousand dollars just from the kindness of strangers and friends and family and that's not including the the help that i got along the way when i was actually on the this is to me so amazing that You know when you plan out something like this. You can't look at a map because it's all freeways so how the hell do you plan. Where am i going to walk you at the beginning. I i did have like this specific plan at least for the first few weeks but that immediately went out the window. Yeah you're right you can't. There's so many variables so you can't plan everything and that became.