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Fresh update on "cora" discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

00:56 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "cora" discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"They're not. Before I follow up on something you mentioned about Aaron judge, I want to ask you about the Red Sox. You think they dig themselves out of this or no. No. I mean, you know, as we looked at the standings in the national league and the American League wildcard teams, there are in the national league, there are basically three, 14 years playing for three spots. You have Philadelphia San Diego, Milwaukee and Atlanta, but it's really Philadelphia San Diego and Milwaukee three teams currently playing for two spots. The other league is just a mess. I mean, you have, you have between Chicago, Minnesota, Tampa Bay, Baltimore, I don't think the Red Sox are in that group. There are 5 games out. You'd have to leapfrog Chicago, Minnesota, and either Tampa Bay or Baltimore. The beautiful part about us looking forward to the American League wild card Seattle Baltimore Tampa Bay all have 52 losses today. Minnesota's got 53. I mean, the White Sox are sitting there with 55 and the Red Sox are at 58. I've just, if you watch them and I watch them almost every night, I flip between the three teams. The mets, the Yankees and the Red Sox because we have them. And then I'll go watch the late games on the iPad. There's just there's a flatness about the Red Sox at the other teams that we're watching Baltimore for sure, Seattle for sure, Tampa Bay. There's an energy about them. I don't even see the energy with the White Sox that I see with those teams I just mentioned. I just don't see it with the Red Sox. I've never seen Alex Cora sort of so flatlined as I do now. And they had a chance last night in Bogart's had a little Squibb or the first base and if there was, you know, if there was air in the balloon, it was minimal, and it was like somebody stepped on the rest of the air in the balloon, and that was it. So I don't see them. I don't see that. One of the dominoes that I'm convinced has led to that is how all the contract stuff has been handled this year. It has not been good. The whole question hanging over the team, how much are they going to spend? It's amazing at Bogart's ops out of the deal. The only significant deals that they have going forward are for Chris sale and for Trevor story. They have one more year Matt Barnes. Carl besides that, the Boston Red Sox, besides what's left on sale and story and barns have no other financial obligations going forward. That's unusual for a big market team, like the Red Sox. All right, I want to ask you about Aaron judge in a yesterday we saw another example of this Seattle when Kylie got hit a home run. They were down by two runs or two outs. There's nobody on base. And here comes Aaron judge. And I just been assuming all year when we asked the question, will we get to 60 home runs? I've answered time and again on the show get up, no, I don't think he's going to get there because eventually he's going to get the Barry Bond stream and eventually they're going to pitch around him. Eventually he'll start to get intentional walks. Carl, it's not happy, and I don't get it. Like the last 21 games, Aaron judge has 14 home runs. 14 home runs the last 21 games. He's got a slugging percentage over a thousand is a ridiculous OPS. He's hitting like four 50. Why would you pitch to Aaron judge? You know, I asked Brent Poland bikinis that question, beginning of the week, and he's going to be on and just second with some more numbers. But we're seeing the lowest rate of intentional walk since 1930 and I would tell it to use the affectionate words of our old friend Kevin towers when he referred to the stats analysts and front offices. I would go back to the propeller heads and say, you guys might want to take a look at this because it doesn't make any sense. The Mariners in that spot last night they're behind. There are two outs. You could walk judge instead they pitched to him and he hits a home run. I don't get it. I'll play I'll play, what did you call them propeller heads? That's what Kevin towers, he would always refer very affectionately. He didn't mean it. He just meant to describe that group of people in front offices. All right, so using that term as affectionately as you would your own child, the propeller heads will tell you the reason we pitched to Aaron judge is because when we have all the answers to the test, how do we get this guy out? If you execute your pitch, he won't hit a home run. And what we're sort of living in right now is when you miss by a hair, Aaron judge is putting it over the wall. Aaron judge isn't lining one into the gap. He's putting it over the wall. And I think that I think that's why it's not a question of we can't get I'm telling you what I think those people's answers are going to be. It's not that we can't get him out, it's that we just are failing on executing the game plan. We know where his weakness is. If you throw this kitchen in this location, he won't hit it out and the problem is there are where I think the wonderful propeller heads will be pushed back on is all of that is great. But we're not dealing with robots. We're dealing with units. Roddy ray through a pitch to Kyle higashioka. You see what he said after the game? I have no problem.

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Red Sox score 9 straight, rally past Yanks 11-6 for split

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last month

Red Sox score 9 straight, rally past Yanks 11-6 for split

"From four runs down to 5 runs up The Red Sox rallied past the rival Yankees for an 11 6 win to salvage a four game series split Trailing 6 to two after two and a half innings Boston scored three times in the 5th to tie it and took a 7 6 lead on Jeter downs Fielder's choice in the 6th Boston manager Alex Cora It was a good offensive series with a good job I think we were one swing away in game two to diet against their guys and we lost by one run in the first game Giancarlo Stanton and Matt Carpenter each hit two run homers for New York Guessing cool ball

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Katie Couric Turns on Matt Lauer—all for Her Book

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:00 min | 10 months ago

Katie Couric Turns on Matt Lauer—all for Her Book

"Talk about Katie Cora, get Somebody, I'm not going to mention his name because like I said on my Patreon, people email me 99% of them are wonderful people will say great things and they're really sweet. 1% are assholes. This guy today is an asshole. He's listening because he always does. I won't say his name because now I think people who want to get my goat. I treat them as schools, shooters. No names. Just trust me, his initials are JC and he's a shithead. He emails me something to the fact that ha, did you see what Katie corrected, you know? You don't know shit. What are you, you just throw shit against the wall and help it sticks. I really don't know what he's talking about. I think he means that Katie Couric went on The Today Show and talked badly about Matt Lauer. And I had said on preview shows that she liked him and got along with him because I happened to know they had an affair, but guys like JC don't know a goddamn thing. He probably lives in, I don't know, east ass wipe, Alabama, and thinks he knows all about the New York crowd. He knows who gots. The fact is they did have a relationship. Matt Lauer was known to be a dog and bang a lot of coworkers. But when all the smoke came out, those coworkers didn't want to say anything bad about Matt. Some of them actually did, they figured, let me jump on the Walt train. Well, that's what Katie Cora did the other day on The Today Show. She was actually invited back to her old stomping ground, something she thought she'd never be able to do. And when she went back, she came with the excuse of, well, I did my own reporting and really found out some stuff about Matt. I hadn't known previously. Yeah, okay. As if you're a journalist. You're not a journalist, Katie Couric. You had shit fed into your ear for years. So she went on the woke train and decided to say, what I found was that reprehensible and disgusting. Of course she's gonna say that now. You think anybody can go on air and say wonderful things about Matt Lauer and expect to sell a book? She's selling a book schmuck. She has to be woke.

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Cora meets former team again with Red Sox vs Astros in ALCS

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 10 months ago

Cora meets former team again with Red Sox vs Astros in ALCS

"The Astros and red Sox are meeting in the A. L. C. S. for the first time since two thousand eighteen the last time Boston won the World Series Houston has home field advantage for this series thanks to the Bo Sox four game win over the top seeded race in the division series Houston manager dusty Baker is glad his team is home for the first two games of the last week of the season yes to know how important I was going to be up for this home field advantage I know everybody was was probably you know pick and Tampa Chris sale starts game one for the red Sox with nature of all the slated to go Saturday former Valdez gets the ball for the Astros on Friday before Luis Garcia opposes of all the the Astros won the season series five two I'm Dave Ferrie

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Lindsay Lohan Has a Podcast?

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

00:55 sec | 10 months ago

Lindsay Lohan Has a Podcast?

"Lindsay Lohan is starting her own podcast. Yeah, yeah, she's gonna go do an audio series with plans to maybe between December or February. Sometime in there, she's gonna launch her new podcast. Now I'm kinda surprised by this news. Not because I don't think she can be interesting. I'm absolutely sure if she really let herself be completely honest like Katie Cora honest, she could have a very captivating show. I mean, it sounds like she ate cigarettes and beach sand, but who cares? I'm still listen. But I'm kind of surprised she didn't start in only fan site first. I mean, it maybe she did. We don't know. But isn't she the perfect Hollywood? If there was one celebrity to go there and do it first, maybe Courtney Love. But Lindsay Lohan's right there. I could see you're doing that. Way before I could see you doing a

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A capsule look at the Red Sox-Rays playoff series

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 11 months ago

A capsule look at the Red Sox-Rays playoff series

"The top teams in the AL east are squaring off in the division series the Sox lead the division by four and a half games on July seventh only to finish eight games behind the race Tampa Bay won the season series eleven to eight despite losing the first four meetings with Boston J. McClanahan starts game one for the rays on Thursday after going ten and six during the regular season he'll be opposed by thirteen game winner Eduardo Rodriguez Chris sale could start game two against rookie Shane buys both sex manager Alex Cora said Wednesday he's not sure JD Martinez will be available due to an ankle injury I'm Dave Ferrie

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Red Sox rally in 9th, on brink of clinching wild-card berth

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 11 months ago

Red Sox rally in 9th, on brink of clinching wild-card berth

"Christian Vazquez had an RBI triple to snap a one all tie in the ninth of the red Sox went on to beat the nationals five to three keeping their playoff hopes alive as they are now tied with the Yankees for the top wild card spot in the American League Travis Shaw added an RBI single anti K. Hernandez a two run Homer red Sox manager Alex Cora now heads into the final game of the season with Chris sale on the mound it feels great obviously wasn't a great week but we are in this position right now and we got the right guy and this goes up tomorrow when Tanner house started for the red Sox in pitch five perfect innings striking out eight Austin Davis got the win in relief while Hansel Robles laserdisc fourteen save Craig heist Washington

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"cora" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

01:47 min | 11 months ago

"cora" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Is bring to Cora into the neighborhoods. He was going down with two Cora Cora. Hello. Hello. Hello. There took or attack or up in men and women. Just be friends. No. Oh, why? No, no. You know what happened when I was in my twenties? I used to think that I used to be naive to think that they could. But now that I'm a little older, mature, No. Um, And here is why? Because I'm thinking like I said, before he like psychology wise, like the only reason and being for you. Becoming best friends with someone is because you were attracted to a certain quality or trait that they have meaning like it could be mentally. You guys maybe have a conversation or something. As time. Go on, you're going to start growing Sponder like with those traits and qualities that you you know, became best friends with that person. Um, and like I said, not to mention that. What if you get into it with your you know your spouse You know your lover, whatever significant other who was the first person you run back to your best friend, and all that time you're gonna start thinking to yourself that you know what all the time I've been looking for somebody and they may be right here. Yeah, every time I get into it, you know when my baby daddy baby Mama husband wife, whatever. Here I go running back to the best friend. Yeah, That's great. Now have you have do you have any male friends? Um, actually, I don't have a lot of male friends I used to. But now now that I'm in a relationship and have been for over three years No, I do not have too many. No friends. I maybe have one right one that I keep that I claimed was my best friend until I found out that guess what? That.

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Brad Pitt Challenges Ruling in Custody Battle

Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

02:01 min | 1 year ago

Brad Pitt Challenges Ruling in Custody Battle

"Pitt has filed for a review in his custody battle with angelina jolie following the disqualification of their private judge. This is getting really messy. So let me try and explain. This bracket has filed a petition with the california supreme. Court is going right to the top to challenge a decision made in the custody battle to disqualify the judge. Brad pitt's legal team are arguing that the ruling to disqualify the private judge in the case request that came from angelina. Steam has generated widespread confusion uncertainty and instability. The decision has made that neither custody battle after all. These years is starting all over again. You might remember. the angelenos. Legal team wanted the judge gone because the judge did not sufficiently disclose his business relationship. Not with brad. But with brad's attorney team are saying. The judge was inappropriately disqualified. Why in thin. Cora will that does seem a little unethical. I mean you can't have your judge being in cahoots with the lawyer of your ex-husband who you're suing. Seems a little weird to me. Yeah i do too. I mean i get it here. There's only so many judges and there's only so many celebrities in these private judges another assigned. They are hired when he was hired by brandon angelina which is not. That strange sounds strange. You doesn't it people like you and me because we never get to pick a private judge do this all the time and they did it to make sure everything is kept confidential. This is not that unusual. But at the time when both brad and angelina said yes. This is the judge. We both agree that judge should have said. Hey i've done a lot of work. Brad's

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Martinez Hits 3-Run Homer in 10th, Red Sox Beat Indians 5-3

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Martinez Hits 3-Run Homer in 10th, Red Sox Beat Indians 5-3

"JD Martinez hit a three run Homer in the tenth inning to help keep the red Sox rolling with a five three win over the Indians Martinez broke out about for twenty slump with a three hit night including his twenty fourth home run of the season red Sox manager Alex Cora says he never lost faith in Martinez he's a guy that I trust that we trust that we know he's gonna post that he's going to grind regardless of where he's at at the plate or physically and that's what we love him Kyle Schwarber had three hits and a solo Homer for red Sox team that has won five of six Fran mill race had a solo blast for Cleveland which loaded the bases with nobody out in the home town but could only pushed one run across I'm guessing Coolbaugh

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Belmont Apartment Building Evacuated for ‘Structural Concerns’

WBZ Afternoon News

01:01 min | 1 year ago

Belmont Apartment Building Evacuated for ‘Structural Concerns’

"Of residents are out of a home. They were evacuated from a seven storey apartment building yesterday afternoon over fears the condo could collapse. It's an old building, so you know, I just felt like had they been on top of it For all these years, we wouldn't be here. Cora notified her landlord of the crack in her sixth floor ceiling in late July. Engineers came to inspect and on Friday they deemed it unsafe. Recommending everyone evacuate. Actually, it's like a movie. I suddenly like. Refugee is the first I don't have this experience before Towns building inspector says there was no imminent threat of a collapse just structural concerns. But officials say the memory of the deadly building collapse in Surfside, Florida in June ramped up their response. All of us are on a heightened sense of awareness. I think that goes for public safety officials. I think it goes to building owners and building occupants. That report came from WBZ TV S Cristina Rex. Engineers will be back for a thorough inspection on Monday.

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Schwarber debuts, skidding Red Sox rout Orioles 8-1

AP News

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Schwarber debuts, skidding Red Sox rout Orioles 8-1

"The red Sox were victorious in Kyle Schwarber's debut as Boston got back in the win column with an eight to one route of the Orioles the newly acquired Schwarber walked twice and scored twice impressing his new manager Alex Cora hopefully that's the beginning of something good you know we we still are now I was gonna look when everybody's playing but you know either excuse given second or fourth or six it's a quality at bat in protects a lot of guys on the line Bobby Dalbec cinder Bogart's in hunter Renfroe each had solo shots and Nick Pivetta struck out eight over six innings of one run ball Richie Martin had a solo Homer in Cedric Mullins extended his hitting streak to twenty games for Baltimore I'm given Coolbaugh

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"cora" Discussed on Coach's Corner with Paul Ybarra

Coach's Corner with Paul Ybarra

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"cora" Discussed on Coach's Corner with Paul Ybarra

"No none of that stuff worked. None of that stuff worked at all until she came to the feet of jesus. And what's what what people try to embarrass you in. Jesus will bless you absolutely so she came in not even worried about being embarrassed because she knew listen this goes back to our rather ask for forgiveness than ask for permission. She went against the grain. Said listen this is all i got. This is all i got left right. I heard about this dude. Jesus he probably saw some of the miracles and she said. I am crawling through that crowd. I don't care who sees me. And i'm touching him and that's where power divinity What's the word you use earlier. I forget the word anyway Left him in now. She was a virtue virtue. Power has left me but what he was really saying was somebody touched me. It touched his heart. Cora's me yes. That core of ood likes. I just felt power. Leave me that touches me because somebody really truly wants feeling not. Just wanna come in. Rub elbows with me. You follow what i'm saying like. Oh where i hear kicking with. Jesus christ okay so kick rocks dude so anyway..

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Hernández Leads Off With Homer, Red Sox Beat Phillies 11-5

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Hernández Leads Off With Homer, Red Sox Beat Phillies 11-5

"Make it nine straight wins at Fenway Park for the red Sox as Boston's bats came alive against the Phillies in an eleven five win JD Martinez had a go ahead three run Homer in the second inning and had four RBIs as manager Alex Cora's team matched its longest home winning streak since two thousand eleven we have to play good here and we've been doing that Sunday night out for teams to make it to the next level you gonna win Hong ki K. Hernandez added a solo shot and drove in a pair of runs well Garrett Richards pitched five innings of three run ball for the red Sox Alex Bowman J. T. Realmuto had a pair of RBIs apiece for Philadelphia which had won five of seven Gethin Coolbaugh Boston

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Devers Homers, Surging Red Sox Hold off Ohtani's Angels 5-4

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Devers Homers, Surging Red Sox Hold off Ohtani's Angels 5-4

"The red Sox stay hot beating the angels five to four for their tenth win in the last eleven games Rafael Devers homered and drove in three he now leads the major leagues in RBIs with seventy one and his manager Alex Cora likes what he sees when he dominates the stripes on the waist on it right now he he's that good you know he's almost right right center the name is Claudia this is a class one goes the other way you just secure here in Boston starter Martine Perret is earned his seventh win save went to Adam out of you know Boston fifty four wins are the most in the majors mark Myers Anaheim

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"cora" Discussed on Red Sox Beat

Red Sox Beat

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"cora" Discussed on Red Sox Beat

"Alex Cora in Houston as wage. Kick off a four-game series, a big tough stretch for the Red Sox coming up Rob. They haven't forgotten about Alex Cora in, Houston know, I mean, how can I mean, you think back in that track? I don't know what your initial reaction, obviously, it was a big mess, a big cluster, and everything else. But as we sort of get away from it, like one of the things that I really like is increasingly bothersome to me, is the Players being so willing to just basic, like Cora was a core was a sweet spot of this, right? Let's make no mistake about it, right? He was the guy who was out of the organization, who wasn't a player That they could they could say boom. That's our guy and he deserved a lot of it. There's no question about it, but is mind-boggling looking back at it. How long you had all these players? Just get off accountability? Yeah, no accountability. I would agree with that. I think that's fair but I think a lot of these players are so conditioned. You know that I'm talking to all of them from the minor leagues on up, even before the minor leagues in amateur ball, high school. If they're playing at a high level Cape Cod, whatever look for an advantage and Advantage equals cheating. I mean, let's it's another term for it. So you from ISM for cheating is advantage and baseball and that's what they've grown up with. It's a culture of baseball and what mujhe pagal my mind is, you're asking these players to immediately change that culture overnight, and these players have become so accustomed and tome. But your job is to look for any advantage anywhere, you can get it and all of a sudden, don't do that anymore. Well, that's like stopping, you know, two hundred tonne freight train coming down the tracks, right? You're not home overnight. Oh no, you know, a little things like we had earlier this year, hit or looking into it. I forget what who it was, but him looking into the catcher's signal, you know, like just take a peek. Listen, I did that in Little League, you know, or whatever. I mean, this is what you do obviously stealing signs from second base. This is what you do. I think you're right. I think people get caught up in Iraq. Well, you know, everything is all of it is, is awful. How can you do that? And, but it's not this, it's not the the same level of banging on a trash can, right? Or or shovel of what Houston. I mean, they would have kept going with it. Let's be honest. And because this wasn't just about Cora. This wasn't just about hinge. This was about Lou. Now, this is about this keep going and we're good job. Smarter than everybody else, which by the way, they aren't alone. I mean make no mistake about it, but if you put it because the only way that players.

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'The Underground Railroad’: Oscar Winner Barry Jenkins Returns With Limited Series

The Takeaway

01:19 min | 1 year ago

'The Underground Railroad’: Oscar Winner Barry Jenkins Returns With Limited Series

"Miniseries adaptation of the Colson Whitehead novel, The Underground Railroad premieres on Amazon Prime Both the book and the Serie Center around Cora and enslaved woman who escapes from a plantation in Georgia and travels through a literal underground train system in search of freedom. And while the series does depict the traumatic reality of slavery, early reviews have lauded it for not sensationalizing the violence shown on screen as well as for emphasizing the humanity of the enslaved characters. Much of the project success can be credited to Barry Jenkins Theosophy are winning filmmaker behind Moonlight and If Beale Street could talk here he is on the take away back in 2018 talking about his plans for the underground railroad. Most clearly I can say about it is, you know the hero's journey, and I remember as a kid, you know, hearing about the underground railroad for the first time and really literally imagining to two trains. Running underground. And so I think that reading Coulson's book kind of reactivated the childhood kind of off, you know, around just like the power the ingenuity, you know of black folks to create this path to freedom, and I thought the best way to tell that was to go on the four hero's journey. So I was really happy to partner with Amazon and find a place where we could tell the story on the course of 89 10 hours.

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How to start a paid club for people seeking multiple citizenships?

Side Hustle School

03:05 min | 1 year ago

How to start a paid club for people seeking multiple citizenships?

"Every four years. People in the states talk about leaving because they don't like the results of the presidential election. Meanwhile lots of other people all over the world are interested in having a second citizenship to make it easier to travel pay less in taxes or just because it seems interesting. I'd like to start a club for anyone who wants to change or add a new citizenship. I don't want it to be political. I goal would be for it to welcome members regardless of what they believe about the government's how should i structure this. And how could. I reach potential members. What do you think thanks store. Thank you for the question. Here's what i think. What do people want in this situation. That is the question to answer when you're thinking about how can i create a values based community. I think they want two things both in this specific example and more generally speaking elsewhere. I think first of all. They want actionable information and second. They want a supportive community. You make a plan to give them both of those things. The actionable information. That's what they need to know to apply for citizenship somewhere else. How can they get dual passport. How does that affect their tax situation. How does that affect housing opportunities. These are just a couple topics. Come to mind is probably a lot more to it. But actionable information. That's what they're looking for. And then the supportive community. How can they connect with other people who share these values and the two are actually connected. The actual information and the support of community. Because sometimes you find the information you need by connecting with others who are also pursuing the same thing perhaps in a different way so some kind of private networker him or similar and when it comes to the specific topic of multiple passports and citizenship. I'm pretty sure. If like i know a couple of membership sites in publications already. That are doing exactly that trying to provide that information and community which doesn't mean it's short shouldn't try. I just think he should look at what they're doing. So if you google those same terms that you think people would search for and trying to figure this out you'll probably find this other publications membership sites so do that first consider at that informs your approach or if it doesn't you know a couple of days ago we just talked about a guy who wants to write an army. Recruitment guide or a guide for tease. You could start this project with a similar approach and what we talked about there which was finding facebook groups questions on cora celebrate. It's where people are asking about this topic and then demonstrating your authority and providing answers and so listeners. If your idea is not quite the same one but it has to do with shared values you just extrapolate this plan for your intended audience. Remember that audience. They want actionable information. And a supportive community so go and see who else is providing it consider if what you discover informs your approach or if it doesn't and then begin building your authority the same time you build out. Whatever the actual resources that membership site or the information product or whatever else you intend to sell just remember that if it's something with the recurring cost which is often the case with a membership site. The benefits need to be recurring. So you need frequent updates. You need events like online meetings for that community otherwise people will just pay wants to get the information and then cancelled that helpful to someone. Out there

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Mormon church leaders call out racism and say abortion is evil

News, Traffic and Weather

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Mormon church leaders call out racism and say abortion is evil

"Abortion and racism were topics on the first day of a virtual Mormon church. Conference, calling abortion evil and issuing another plea for members to combat prejudice and racism. Leaders of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, beginning a virtual church conference without attendees because of the pandemic. One church leader Neil Anderson, in denouncing abortion, also lamented that fewer Children are being born around the world. Even in the most prosperous countries. Cora member Garry Stephenson called on members to be welcoming to people of all faiths and ethnicities and to fight cyber

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Nashville floods leave 4 dead, 130 rescued

Purity Products

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Nashville floods leave 4 dead, 130 rescued

"In Nashville has claimed at least four lives. Torrential rainfall, overwhelming drainage systems. Mayor John Cooper of Nashville this afternoon said it may have stopped raining, but the floods are far from over The Cumberland River. Is it 38.75 ft. And is expected to reach flood stage, which is 40. FT. ABC s Alex Cora. Daddy is in Tennessee with a family that had to be rescued by first responders in rubber rafts when their home was surrounded by the flood. We're out here where they rescued five adults, three Children and a couple of dogs. Everyone has cleared the scene where the last out here, the homeowner says they don't know how long it'll be before they're able to be back. But at this point, this seems to be a good ending, thanks to the actions of first responders out here in Williamson County, Georgia.

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Red Sox scratch E-Rod from opener; Eovaldi to pitch instead

WBZ Afternoon News

00:08 sec | 1 year ago

Red Sox scratch E-Rod from opener; Eovaldi to pitch instead

"Alex Cora announced today that Nathan of all, they will replace that water. Rodriguez is the opening day starter for the team, saying Iran is dealing with quote dead arm.

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One of the Dumbest Social Media Marketing Lies Ever

Lochhead on Marketing

10:02 min | 1 year ago

One of the Dumbest Social Media Marketing Lies Ever

"Talk about one of the dumbest social media. Marketing lies out there that you have to be everywhere on every platform and you need to put out one hundred pieces of content today This is bad advice. It will exhaust you and your marketing team. It will more than likely make you feel terrible. It'll absolutely piss off your prospects and customers and it will in no way help you become a category queen or king but other than that. It's great social media marketing advice. Let's pop the hood on this whole thing. My friends at oracle net sweet. I the leaders in cloud. Erp they are the platform for your business in the cloud. Checkout net sweet dot com slash different. Today that's net sweet dot com slash different and you can get free product tour of the platform that you are going to want and need for running your business into the future. My friends at spunk are the leaders in data to everything. They helped bring data to every question every decision and every action checkout. Sp l. u. n. k. dot com slash di the number two and the letter e spunk dot com slash d to e and category pirates. The newsletter has set sail. Go lockhead dot com. You can't miss it there and You can set up your subscription to category pirates. Now heyhoe let's go. This is long head on marketing. The podcast that helps you develop a lens for what makes legendary marketing legendary hosted by christopher lockhead three times. Cmo godfather category design and a high school dropout. The marketing journal calls one of the best minds in marketing and the economist calls off putting to some all right. So this thing that you hear all the time be everywhere on every platform there's new platforms coming up all the time we gotta get our strategy for this or strategy for that we got us putting out content content content content. You gotta be everywhere on every platform and you gotta do it a hundred to two hundred times a day all right. So there's a ninety nine percent chance that you're doing too much most of us do we get we're marketing people. We chase shiny objects. We come up with cool ideas. We wanna try shit experiment etc etc on episode ninety. We talked about the power of shaving. The dog shave that doggy down. Remember the sage. Words of bruce lee who said i fear not the man who was practiced ten thousand kicks once but i fear the man who has practiced one kick ten thousand times in one of the reasons that many of us feel like. We're constantly behind on our social media. Marketing is dumb. Fuck advice we've heard about being on every platform and puking out all this content so let me share with you counter perspective. There's a legendary copywriter named ben. Settle s. e. T. t. l. e. There'll be a link to his website and the show notes or you can just google him if you like. He sells writing services. He's copywriter. he's got some books in some courses and some newsletters and things along those lines and he's got a very well known as well known cult. Figure a niche in the Copywriting world and if you check out his site you'll see why an ben settled does not have any social media. He's got a post out about why he cut it all out and essentially he thought it was a waste of time and so he cut it all out and i don't know ben personally but it doesn't seem to have affected his business and his profile is probably bigger now than it was a couple years ago when he cut all of his social media ties and he essentially said he thought it was a waste of time so he didn't wanna do it anymore. I don't know about you but to me. There's something very appealing about this approach. Part of me wants to go full bend. Settle in. But i have it so if this is too extreme for you or your company or your brand i get it. It's too extreme for me to probably But ben is onto something. It took me a while to realize that i should not be on all social media platforms and over time i've discovered which platforms Work and which ones don't for me so for example platforms that are tuned to sound bites and silliness. Not so much for me. I suck on twitter totally suck same thing on instagram. Yeah i like to post photos of the the hands or our cat being some pretty shit at the beach or whatever but like when i tried to do marketing podcasts and books and stuff on social media on instagram. I failed completely. I'm still not sure. I understand what a real is. And what a what a fucking this is into that is so the bottom line is on twitter and instagram. I cut it out. I still have accounts on both platforms. But i stopped trying to get anything done in terms of promoting podcasts or books or any of the stuff that i do. I have the accounts. I put photos of being upper. Whatever i do tweet. Some business stuff on twitter but my expectation is zero on both instagram and twitter there just for fun and Have never been on tiktok. I find it stupid fucking stupid. So i'm not interested. Hey if you like it by all means have at it. But you're not gonna see me on tiktok anytime soon. I gave pinterest discovered. Not for me If you a regular listener talked about clubhouse recently as i said a couple of episodes ago clubhouse it's interesting. It's great but the reality is hosting a webinar hosting platform with no video. So i've tried it a little bit. I wasn't that motivated or excited by it. Maybe try a little bit more. We'll see who don't know on that one Cora and facebook are like bees for me. there okay Better than facebook or corre as you probably know is a question and answer site and so i like both reading them and responding to them. I think that's very very cool. And when you respond to somebody's question It's a more powerful thing to just sort of posting something generically out there and hoping it catches. Somebody's i Facebook is all right for us. We've a small. Facebook group not really focused on it Check it out on a fairly regular basis and engage with people But a mistake that a lot of marketers make is they promote their facebook group We don't do that member. They're facebook's customers not yours when people go to your facebook page or your facebook group. Facebook controls what they see what they don't seem so the only thing we asked people to join is Is to go to a lock dot com and join our newsletter now our newsletter category pirates because with a newsletter. We have somebody's email. There's no tech giant in between the two parties. So when i joined a newsletter it's me and the newsletter provider when you join our newsletter same thing and when we send you something you'll get it and if you don't like it you can opt out but i don't like promoting a platform facebook because they control whether or not people see our post how they participate in our group and i think that's bullshit that's just me so with a newsletter there's no tech giant inbetween creator and consumer Now from social platform perspective. What has worked for me by a mile. The best is lincoln. And it's tune to my skills and what i'm looking for in social media first of all i like to write. So linked in is more of a longer form writing platform. Brevity is not my thing so tweets have never been what i'm good at and so Linked in is more optimized for long form written content. I also like real thoughtful dialog believe it or not that happens for me on a very regular basis on linked in a way that it's impossible on something like twitter and as a side note. I will not deal with anybody online. Who's got a fake name or you know his anonymous or any of that. I like dealing with real people. And on linked in most of the profiles there are real people. Most of them are professionals. Not morons and so you can have a thoughtful conversation with people on on lincoln and i deeply enjoy that now. We also have a youtube channel. By way of example it's mostly useless for us. Became clear to me early on that to be successful on youtube. You couldn't just drop of video of two people talking for an hour on the video on youtube and hoped to be successful that you need to create purpose built content for youtube. So we don't really do much. They're either however we did tripled down on audio podcasting and we tripled down on the newsletter for the reasons. I already talked about so what what tends to work for me is longer form content Podcasting and writing. So what is what's my point. What what does all this have to do with you I think when you think about your social media marketing whether you're doing it for yourself as an individual or for your category company and brand on a as an individual pick one platform that really works for you and tripled down on that platform. I'll tell you when. I when i just stop fucking around on all the other platforms and religious focused on linked in my life. Just got a lot simpler and much more effective. Frankly now if you're thinking about social media marketing for your category your brand and your company maybe instead of picking one pick three but just three be legendary. Those three maybe have a presence on others. I get that but only pick three for your company. Brandon category be legendary at those three create purpose built content for those platforms. Really figure it out and make it

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"cora" Discussed on Red Sox Beat

Red Sox Beat

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"cora" Discussed on Red Sox Beat

"I have some other people I want to talk to so that's why I continue being somewhat of an alias naysayer on whether we're going to have Alex Cora to with the Red Sox. Yeah, and I think I would agree Sean it but I think if bloom had a here's my guy clear-cut front-runner favorite that he really really wanted and let's say it was the Tampa bench coach and he was able to arrest him free from Raise then you can then I could see it. Not that not not that I disagree with the notion that he doesn't want a fresh start. But if it's not a slam-dunk gotta have this guy cuz he's my guy guy off the pressure from both ownership and players could be enough for it seems that core. It could be the guy who slides in I know Vasquez recently was what what we don't know is does hien Bloomberg have that guy in my maybe it is Louise orietta. Yeah, because he has interviewed him twice now for the same opening that would seem to signal that he really likes him. Even if last January home kind of a dry run. Well, it's too close to Spring training to bring somebody new in from outside the organization, but let me just get a measure of this guy might be heard off and now that he's got a second chance to fill this position and he doesn't have the crunch of spring training being two weeks away. Maybe orietta is the guy that he's like all along. I'm not saying That's the case but possibly Advocate and saying maybe one of these handful of guys has come in and blown highbloom away and he has a favorite that he's near ready to recommend. We don't know where the process stands. Okay. So as you said things will they'll be a lot more clarity in the next week to ten days for sure on the Alex Cora situation. So we should we should have a better idea then want to move on to free agency here. I want to tell everybody at home again about our another sponsor of our exclusive wagering.

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"cora" Discussed on Red Sox Beat

Red Sox Beat

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"cora" Discussed on Red Sox Beat

"That's getroman.com slash Sox now Shawn again the the name that's nice not going to go away until he's either hired to be the manager or someone else is is going to be Alex Cora and talked about this you've written about it. It appears that ownership. Would certainly welcome Cora back. There's still a question of whether Bloom will or will not now this is really going to happened. You're going to know a lot more when the World Series is over cuz course suspension will officially be over and now technically he could be eligible for this job. Do you think you're going to have we're going to have a clearer picture clearer picture soon after the World Series concludes on whether or not this is real or not. I would think so John because game seven if it were to go that far would be Wednesday night in Arlington the next day Alex Cora is free to pursue employment in baseball again. So that's right around the corner at this point and you have to remember that the Red Sox are not the only team in search of a Major League manager the Chicago White Sox are also in the market and while they have talked to Tony larussa and some other names have come up there. There is a connection between the CORE family and Jerry reinsdorf the chairman of the White Sox who very much like secure family. Joey was a player there. He was a coach their job. And he knows Alex. So the Red Sox if they're intent on bringing out or back do not have the luxury of waiting around a couple of weeks and continuing the interview process because there are two other teams the White Sox and Detroit Tigers who might pounce first and the White Sox is a very attractive position given the amount of young Talent. They have the fact that that team got to the playoffs this year and is definitely on the rise the Red Sox are more of a more rebuilding program. So I think that within the next 10 days we'll have some clarity on what's going to happen without explore and more specifically whether he's coming back to Boston. Now, when when when Bloom gave his year end, press conference or Thursday after renting he was dismissed. He did talk about Cora and whether or not they're interested in and everybody seemed to have their own interpretation of what he said and whether or not he was leaving it open Thurs. He was kind of shutting the door. So not really clear to you have any new feeling or Vibe developing opinion on which way this this this might go just in terms of whether or not bloom is open to it at all. I think he's open to it, but I don't think that Alex Cora is necessarily the slam dunk choice for high in bloom that it might be for some players home and people in the baseball operations department and moving further up the ladder management Senior Management in the person of President CEO, Sam Kennedy and ownership more statistically John Henry and Tom Warner. There's no doubt that the vast majority of those factions within same way. We would like Alex Cora to come back. He's immensely popular with players particularly some of the Latino players who he helped kind of mature on the field and off. He certainly has the endorsement of Sam Kennedy. And as I said both John Henry and Tom Warner off If they are a new entrust highbloom with running baseball operations, it should be hind blooms Choice who to manage given that ultimately ownership going to approve whoever he recommends but I I just continue to to walk away from this and think that high-end Bloom says to himself. I don't have that relationship with Alex Cora. I didn't work with him for a number of years. He wasn't my manager when you won a World Series..

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"cora" Discussed on Red Sox Beat

Red Sox Beat

07:52 min | 2 years ago

"cora" Discussed on Red Sox Beat

"Would you would you agree? I mean when he was appointed, they did not. He was actually finishing out the coaching contract that he signed a three years ago when he was hired as the bench coach for Al Score and winning appointed him I on an interim basis, and then later in April you know the official manager for twenty twenty they did nothing to address kind of the lame duck status of his contractual situation. It was just well will give you a boost in pay over what you were going to be paid as the presumptive bench coach had quarter returned, but we're not giving you any security beyond. The end of September that should have been the first clue that perhaps this was a short term arrangement. He was familiar with the roster and let's let let's see what he does over the next few months and make a decision going forward and as I said, the the record in the last place finish kind of dooms any chances of him being extended past the Sunday. All right, SEAN HANG in there. 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Are you looking at full acceptance here is there any resentment will there be backlash or does he does it feel like he largely escaped you know the kind of the wrath of of Major League baseball and the public for his role in the cheating scandal with the acid feels like he's GonNa come out of this. Fairly clean. Well, he has been suspended for a full seizure and he was essentially fired although the Red Sox will remind you that the key phrases. Really agreed to Parkway's Yup up. Nonetheless, his punishment is every bit as severe as A. J. Hinch who was the manager and presumably the guy in charge in Houston. So as the top Lieutenant Chorus suffered the same penalty that the guy who was running the show. So sure I think he got off lightly he lost a year of salary. He lost he was exiled from the game for all the twenty twenty and his reputation is at least somewhat tarnished by association with that season does he come back I? Think it's on the table. I think the players would absolutely welcome outscore back with open arms. I don't say that in that they have rejected Ron Reynecke or never paid attention or listen to him. But core obviously had a bond with most of the players on that roster and they would welcome him back for twenty twenty one going forward. I think also opera management and ownership having strong affection for Alex Cora I think they were sort of guilted into making. The decision they did back in January to let him go I. think that there was probably some pressure from Major League baseball to do so they did so reluctantly but knowing they had to do it. That's at I think they would welcome him back with open arms at the x factor. Here is hind bloom. He's the guy who is the chief baseball officer was hired by the owner several months before core laugh to run it his way. Yeah. So you know while the owners are saying in West Spring you know we'd be okay with are coming back in the players shore with like it it was probably would probably play well with the fan base ultimately bloom has to decide is this guy it's gotta be his idea I who am I? Okay. Off on his return, my sense is that would have no great objection to Cora. How could you? This is a guy in two years certainly in his first year who directed attained Eight wins and a dominant World Series Championship is credentials are in water. It's a matter of does this. Does does Blue Mont Corner, be his guy for the next five six seasons or is there someone out there that he would prefer right mold as his manager and and perhaps have a little bit more sway with while core can come in with his own credentials and certainly has to acquiesce to bloom on personnel decisions but would there be any clash there I I don't think it would be great. I'm not willing to say it's a slam dunk that outscore comes back but it certainly on the table and. And when I was talking about reputation, I'm more meaning cora got hit hard but I feel like the perception around his involvement changed somewhere in the early days it was perceived as ringleader, and then he brought the whole operation to Boston and when the Red Sox for cleared and more stuff came out about how deep this ran in the Houston organization I feel like Cora the initial reaction was he's got to go I feel like that's subsided. So I I do agree that bringing him back is is something that most people fans organizationally the players would would probably be on board with where you know that that's. Something that people can live with now where the initial days initial stages of it didn't look like that would be the case right and if the if the main staining encores reputation is what he did in. Houston elsewhere or years ago. That's their problem who cares he was largely absolve here So that's an easy hurdle to overcome. The thing is interesting too. It's not by any means comparable, but certainly, you had in the first years of Ben. In the managerial situation. You had owner ownership intervention with Bobby Valentine. Couldn't network that well. There's Personally, Sean we were together at NBC sports positive the time that's as much fun as I've had covering the Red Sox WanNa circus that was, but you can't possibly have anything go worse than that. So I mean while no one's GonNa Compare Corre to Bobby Valentine somewhere in the back of ownership's mind the half to be thinking like I really can't force my guy here. Can I yeah I think that Ultimately they they make their thoughts known to hind blown. But if they're doing this the right way the rest of that presentation ends with however, we hired you to run baseball operations you know our feelings, but ultimately, this is your choice that's the way to handle it up. Okay. Well, Sean mcadam thank you very much. This has been the red SOx beat podcast on the Seattle NS media. Network. Sean. Thanks again. That's.

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"cora" Discussed on Red Sox Beat

Red Sox Beat

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"cora" Discussed on Red Sox Beat

"Onto corre again whether it's always been whether this is a fait accompli and it's it's known. . Or just a very strong possibility if he does come back first off <unk>. . Handicap this and second if he does come back. . Are you looking at full acceptance here is there any resentment will there be backlash or does he does it feel like he largely escaped <hes> you know the kind of the wrath of of Major League baseball and the public for his role in the cheating scandal with the acid feels like he's GonNa come out of this. . Fairly clean. . Well, , he has been suspended for a full seizure and he was essentially fired although the Red Sox will remind you that the key phrases. . Really agreed to <hes> Parkway's Yup up. . Nonetheless, , his punishment is every bit as severe as A. J. Hinch who was the manager and presumably the guy in charge in Houston. . So as the top Lieutenant Chorus suffered the same penalty that the guy who was running the show. . So sure I think he got off lightly he lost a year of salary. . He lost he was exiled from the game for all the twenty twenty and his reputation is at least somewhat tarnished by association with that season <hes> does he come back I? ? Think it's on the table. . I think the players would absolutely welcome outscore back with open arms. . I don't say that in that they have rejected Ron Reynecke or never paid attention or listen to him. . But core obviously had a bond with most of the players on that roster and they would welcome him back for twenty twenty one going forward. . I think also opera management and ownership <hes> having strong affection for Alex Cora I think they were sort of guilted into making. . The decision they did back in January to let him go I. . think that there was probably some pressure from Major League baseball to do so they did so reluctantly but knowing they had to do it. . That's at I think they would welcome him back with open arms at the x factor. . Here is hind bloom. . He's the guy who is the chief baseball officer was hired by the owner several months before core laugh to run it his way. . Yeah. . So you know while the owners are saying in West Spring you know we'd be okay with are coming back in the players shore with like it it was probably would probably play well with the fan base <hes> ultimately bloom has to decide is this guy it's gotta be his idea I who am I? ? Okay. . Off on his return,

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"cora" Discussed on The Flow Artists Podcast

The Flow Artists Podcast

07:48 min | 2 years ago

"cora" Discussed on The Flow Artists Podcast

"Teachers about how they find the flow in much much more. We've had a really busy couple of weeks. We just reopen studio in in-person customers, so there's been a lot of if it going on getting everything organized, and I also edit a new video section to our studio website garden of Yoga. Yoga Dot Com are you as well as sitting out monthly membership, so he has been a whole lot going on with being busy, putting the new protocols and communicating them to everyone, but it has been great to finally see people in person again in the studio Spain fantastic, we do have a small space, and so we're still running some classes online as well as in person at the same time, so it's been an interesting transition the US. I'm curious though House the changeover bean for you as a teacher or a studio or even as a student. You can reach out to us by our facebook page, the flow artists, podcasts or sanderson email podcasts at flow at dot com. We'd really love to hear from you. Hit your experiences. Right so episode today is an interview with Cora. Gerard Cora is a yoga teacher and host of the Teaching Yoga podcast horror is originally from Canada and is now vice in Sydney. We had a great experience Wayne Court. Interviewed us for her podcast, so we decided to continue the fine and cash out with her again. She's got a lot of experience founding and running Yoga Studio, and has some really good advice on the business of teaching. Yoga this plenty of inflammation in this conversation. This episode was brought to you by sponsor Yoga Australia registering teachers and training courses to ensure everyone in Australia has access to quality. Yoga teaches. Or I get into a conversation with core zero. Right Cora, thank you so much for catching up with us today. Second Attempt. Really glad to get the chance to talk to you it. Could you start by telling a little bit about your background and where you grew up? Yeah, and thank you for having me I feel really honored to be on your podcast. I you can probably tell. My accent grew up in Canada so I moved to Australia when I was twenty six, which is be. Getting close to ten years ago and I grew up in Nova. Scotia which if you don't Canada well, you might not know where that is. It's like about an hour and a half flight north of New York. So it's on, the coast is on the. East Coast of Canada I grew up in a really rural area, so it was like a tiny little fishing village, and we even lived outside of the tiny little fishing village so. Yes I lived there until I was eighteen with my parents I absolutely hated it when I was a teenager. I loved it when I was a little kid. It was great because of nature and freedom, and and all of that sort of stuff, but yet when I was eighteen i. Feel like I'm getting so detailed into my life story. But when I graduated high school, I actually received a legitimate award for the person who is moving the furthest away. So I moved to Vancouver when I was eighteen and lived there in my university there, and that's really where Yoga became a. Daily part of my life I was exposed to yoga when I was growing up. Because my mom did yoga, she went like on every other. Wednesday to do yoga and the other day she would go to do Tai Chi like the community center, and the I like exposure that I had to yoga, personally was that she got a VHS tape from the grocery store that was Rodney. I. Don't know if you guys know running low. So it was like nineties Rodney had on bike shorts, and like slick low pony. I still remember it, and there was film in the desert. I've tried to find the exact video again, but I can't find it, and it was like so trending so ahead of his time. But. Yeah, so that's sort of like my early background and then. kind of first exposure to yoga, and when I was in university I was studying psychology and. Actually! It was like wanting to drop out of school because I was getting anxiety and panic attacks were really intense. My major before was criminology, and I switched to psychology to try and figure out what was wrong with my brain, and when I was seeing a counselor, he sort of gave me a couple of options, and he's like you can go down like the medical route or Or maybe try something to manage stress naturally you're try something for fun. And I was like ours member. Yoga I'll do that and then cougars such a Mecca for Yoga like there's so much yoga there that I was. It was just like I was inundated with choice, so I just went to the little yoga that was around the corner from the place where I got my groceries. And really started to see the benefits. Of Yoga for mental health, so my anxiety improved a lot, and it was it the practice of Yoga and meditation and Prom really helped me get through, and finished my university degree, and then as soon as soon as I graduated my parents really encouraged me to not drought, and as soon as I graduated. Very, generously, because do not come from. A family with a lot of financial means, but they paid for my tuition to go. Become a yoga teacher for my first yoga teacher training, so I graduated. With my degree in psychology and then I think within a month I was on a plane to go. Do My my first yoga teacher. Training in Las Vegas of all places on Joh-. As. Odd contrast to do your trading in Vegas for Yoko, but we had to sign a contract that said we wouldn't gamble or do drugs. It was weird I was like okay. I don't really feel like any design this, but I guess so. Yeah, so that's kind of like my early early history and early exposure to yoga, and so your initial yoga classes like you came to the really looking for the mental health benefits. Was it a particularly? SPIRITUALS, probably not the right word, but I know back in the ninety s like a lot of yoga was just really physical and relieving. JASA focused and Olivet getting sweaty and I, wondering did was that type of practice, and it took the place of healing anyway. So the very first class that I took in person apart from that Rodney DVD was. In two thousand. Four or two thousand five someone like early two thousand and the first class that I took was very different than all of the other classes, that teacher was no longer teaching three like I had her for that one woman, and then she was gone, and her class was very much focused on like we were practising together in a circle. It was very dim. It was all about breathing. There was lots of time for like free movement. That than every other class that I went to at that studio. It was actually hot yoga, so like room was heated to probably thirty seven degrees, and it was. It was not big from, but it was a sort of. Off At that's probably not the right word that I. WANNA use, but it's the one that's coming to mind like a spinoff of bickram where the poses. Themselves were different than the bickram series, but it was..

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"cora" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

05:31 min | 2 years ago

"cora" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Alice and Cora Bolden visited body of asylum at fairly regular intervals and at one point they even thought that he might be well enough to return home although his doctors cautioned against it but over time but he became less and less responsive and eventually he didn't recognize his mother or sister and the buildings eventually stopped visiting they would instead write letters to the hospital staff asking after buddies wellness and they would receive reassuring although not too reassuring replies these missives generally stated that but he was in good health but that he showed no improvement in regards to his mental state in nineteen twenty seven bodies daughter Bernadine who was twenty four at the time and hadn't had contact with him since he was four route to the hospital from Evanston Illinois and she asked about her father's condition Burdine's mother Nora hadn't maintained a relationship with the bold and so she didn't really know what her father's status was and so the hospital wrote her back and said that he was not improving I feel like that's the whole story I would be very interested to hear like at what point did she decided she wanted to reach out and like how did she end up in Illinois and we don't really have those pieces of the puzzle there is one really bittersweet aspect of Bulldogs time in the asylum so in the nineteen twenties music therapy program was started there by a doctor E. M. Richards who was himself a musician and there was a jazz band that formed with some of the black patients although buddy was not one of them but on occasion according to staff accounts but he would just walk up to the bandstand and grab a trumpet or cornet depending on what was there and play but almost no one realized that they were in the presence of a former bandstand king buddies mother Alice Holden died on August eleventh nineteen thirty one and one quarter wrote their usual letter to the asylum asking after her brother she included this news in the letter the hospital just responded to a letter knew that her brother was having heart trouble but he died on November fourth nineteen thirty one in Parker General Hospital which is part of the same property is the asylum his cause of death was cerebral arterial sclerosis no death notice ran in the paper in the city that had celebrated him as king Bolden at one time had no idea that he had died today we don't know where buddy Bolden is buried exactly he was buried in hope cemetery in a pauper's grave on city owned land his sister Cora had been either unable or unwilling to pay the burial fee of five dollars she also wasn't able to keep up with the payments that were needed for maintenance of the grave site so after two years his body was exhumed and reburied in greater depth to make room for a fresh grave on top of his yeah that cemetery has since become very overgrown there's a general sense of its kind of somewhere right around this area but we really don't know and there are likely several more burials on top of it in addition to that when that happened a couple years later buddies brief but intense time as a New Orleans musical celebrity is much discussed by historians as the point where dixieland jazz was born but this discussion also gets a little bit tricky because we have no recordings of him playing we don't know exactly what he sounded like and so everything is an interpretation of descriptions that other people have given and sometimes those accounts contradict one another because they're subjective one thing that I noticed it was interesting reading some of those like some people would be like she had amazing tone and other people be like he didn't have tone but he had really good for them and like there were just these literally completely contradicting accounts of what he sounded like there has been speculation that bold M. and an early incarnation of his band made a cylinder recording sometime before eighteen ninety eight but if they did this that recording has been lost and it has eluded historians searches of which there have been many because of the mythical nature of bodies work and the lack of documentation of it there are ongoing disagreement about what did and didn't originate with him if you've ever watched the Ken burns jazz documentary series what Marsellus attributes what's called a big four beat which is a syncopated pattern that accents the second fourth meet of a March to Bolden but that beat might have started any number of places including after body was no longer playing regularly and it's unlikely a definitive origin point that anybody will ever be able to conclusively prove yeah if you wanna you know read some online argument go in it just searching on the internet for like that footage to watch all of the comments be about that's not true it myself doesn't know he's talking about interesting but basically really again it's that thing where he's he's mythological in nature at this point and you can say things weird things that he amended we don't now but there's also you know every possibility that that he did do that and even though buddy hadn't started learning corner until he was a teen as we mentioned which is late for a kid in New Orleans at the time he had an incredible year and he could pick up a song just by hearing it and then kind of playing around with it on his cornet briefly to make sure he had it worked out whether he was able to read music is another hotly debated point but he was a skilled improviser sometimes he would maybe forget a segment of a song while playing any just fake his way through it or he would just fake his way through songs any maybe just didn't really know all that well to begin with that main biographer who's written about building that I mentioned earlier Donald.

Alice Cora Bolden
"cora" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"cora" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Sixty six sixty six said Alex Cora it is sit down earlier with Marly Rivera over the S. P. and then in many ways they set all the makings of a damage control type of peace because Alex Cora was in many ways vilified and was type cast by everybody in Houston that he was the ringleader and the architect and the master mind of everything that went on with the sign still yeah outscore did not deny any of his involvement quote there's been a narrative out there of what happened ever since been November until the commission announced the results of the red Sox investigation I've read many things that are true and many others that are not I have this whole process if there is one thing that I can completely reject and disagree with is people within the Astros organization singling me out particularly the former GM Jeff Luhnow as if I were the sole mastermind the commissioner's report sort of explained in its own way what happened but the Astros players have spoken up and have refuted any allegations that I was solely responsible if there is one thing I am absolutely sure of it is that it was not a two man show we all did it I let me be very clear that I am not denying my responsibility because we were all responsible he's right about a lot of but I think that our score was a very smart baseball mind and use that sort of baseball intellect and a technology vantage of the Astros and red Sox no question about it do I think that coral was one of the guys in the dugout that was very much on the cutting edge of a lot of this stuff I sure do but if you know anything about the Astros if you think like Jeff Luhnow was completely and all checked out I had no idea this stuff was going on your full this was a wide spread cheating system every which way with a GM the manager the bench coach the players all responsible I do think it is a little unfair to outscore and Carlos Beltran what put a position where you know they were feeling the heat a heck of a lot worse than AJ hedge that should be the case why because agents that have the chutzpah to say something give me a break it's your team and for what it's worth in James was the same guy Yankee Stadium what like the defiant how dare you question me hi Paul element within him because he'll like the questions he was dead after game three intensive series last year so when you act all high and mighty Bregman when you act all high and mighty when so might this comes out you guys sit down face the music korabl John would definitely involved they should on a one year old suspension I think that core losses job ads or twenty twenty one is managing to get I put my money on yes Carlos Beltran I would happen to him in many ways you feel for him and what happened when his career as far as trying to be a manager but I think there is a real place in a role for him in baseball sure they'll maybe after all steroid guys back in the game at the Cochin some of them were given opportunities to manage all it's the sort of thing that you don't want to see ever happen again and that's what the punishments need to be severe but they weren't yeah I get banned for life these guys gonna be back in again and it was going to be impossible to prove who exactly did what I grew it out score this was systematic as far as his involvement all he was actively involved so he's got owner he's got to realize that my personal place in baseball is for another year or two we've got to earn back that credibility are back that trust but I it goes for anybody outside reviews how to do that all the guys like Jason Giambi added to that your Bob in a scandal you have rock bottom how do you really have your image his open interview like this is going to be a way to do sell it said to a story that you Frankie is up next the joins us he's on a fact was not be Frank how are you you know basically hopefully because I just.

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"cora" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

12:49 min | 2 years ago

"cora" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Point five W. DPO Orlando's news and talk I twenty five until the top of the hour eight hundred nine four one Sean you wanna be part of the program Dr oz at the top of the next hour no we've had all these doctors on the program we've asked financing all of them what did they think of hydroxy Cora Clinton now this is a personal decision every every individual's gonna make it themselves every doctor will have to make it themselves there is in my mind and underlying conflict in battle that has emerged I mean it is you know the words of Dr oz what he's been saying is well you go to war with what you've got and then you have it look I would I would say with all the new rules being written on pandemics travel bans were never brought into effect out that'll be the future telemedicine will be the future drive up testing home testing and then after that we can break down the sequences of viruses by the time you get to a vaccine too many people have died if it's a pandemic but you know this is a predictable thing that's going to happen so you know you have this old style of thinking well we've gotta have you know before we can put our seal of approval on a treatment method we must have the clinical trials and there are many doctors that are completely and totally risk averse and frankly there are other doctors that fit into the category I don't feel like getting sued and that is a big part of that category and so you begin by looking at what we call anecdotal information that is available now one of the things that I've been fascinated by in their studies being done by both NYU Langone is being funded by the bill and Melinda gates foundation is patients that are take off hydroxy Cork win for lupus and rheumatoid arthritis well they seem very less they seem in a category all unto themselves in terms of least likely to contract according to as of now anecdotal evidence the coronavirus contract the disease well why is that does it have to do with the medicine that they're taking well the doctors I talked to and bring on the year two you seem to suggest there is now evidence that's I guess that's true that would be good you have to assess with your doctor okay what are the risks you have to ask doctors well why are you prescribing it you can listen to all the people that we've interviewed the doctors that have used hydroxy Cork went along with this row myosin and endorses saying in some cases vitamin C. arm okay what what do we know what are the risks that we do now well we know you get a rash that's one of the risks we know that there if you have underlying health issues I'm it's always a bigger risk no matter what you do or hepatitis C. or something like that if you have a real meal that's a big risk associated with hydroxy Cortland if you take in high doses well that it has the the possibility of impacting your rice site but not at the doses from all that I've read that we're suggesting here but you got to make that decision on your own now if the mitigation along with the travel ban in the quarantines to work what and hydroxy Clark when if people can get it at the at the first initial signs they may have it or confirmed case but there may be a symptomatic or only have mild symptoms well what would that mean if it is working like seventy three percent of patients now in Spain have gotten it Turkey's giving it to anybody that would have it and some countries are even giving it out prophylactic click because they think it will it will prevent contraction of the disease and this is where I get so frustrated with the media because they're too lazy to read but in fact it mitigates further mitigation is working when travel bans are working and disruption of our lives are working on and using masks and social distancing is working well if hydroxy core Quinn is helping people get better faster and is maybe approach some point we'll learn even more and better news on it I means less hospitalizations that means less need for ventilation by the way all the talk about ventilators you don't want to get on a ventilator your odds then are you're not in good shape if you're on the ventilator let me put it that way I'm and that would mean less hospitalization less need for ventilation more care available for those that are really sick but if you're really busy in the hospitals are overwhelmed you're not gonna have that ability you know Dr oz who I really got to know I talk to this guy did three in the morning now every night we're up talking late last night and he's now making the case of this claim you know the support of data is only anecdotally says no we will be on that he's going to make that case to you at the top of the hour and I'll let him tell you why there is a new clinical study that was done in France that he's gonna share with you today and he got an update just last night from French doctors and you know what he's been saying is everyone that saying it's unproven but it's a it's official definition is you know demonstrated by evidence or argument to be true or or existing he said it's a false statement and he's even saying is intellectually dishonest and I'll let him make his case for you but you know what he had been saying look we not only have the patience that he's put on his show people I've interviewed that I've used on the show on TV but we've also had you know the doctor the other doctors overwhelmingly saying it you know again you can go to the study that came out of which I think is pretty interesting I I get that you have six thousand three hundred doctors and while they're all saying the same thing this is a pretty amazing you know study a global survey this was and I first saw the Washington times in international Paul six thousand two hundred twenty seven positions thirty countries and they found that thirty seven percent of treating covert nineteen patients rated hydroxy Clark when as the most effective therapy and they found the most commonly prescribed treatments to be analgesics and as a pro myosin and hydroxy Clark went and actually putting it together now that's another risk by the way if you put the Z. pack together with the hydroxy Clark when there has been some some issues where it is more effective in some missions where maybe a little more risky for patients to take that combination but talk to your doctors I mean that's why you have a doctor to ask questions of I saw in New York now we're seeing this this basically being the baseline treatment in every hospital every doctor that I know all these hospitals in New York are using it the problem with Cuomo's stupid policy is Cuomo is forcing people into the hospital system which might you know we've been worried might be over ridden and over taxed to get the medicine that the doctors would gladly prescribe of their at home but he won't allow pharmacies to fill the prescription so yep you have to tell your patients go to the hospital which is probably in this day and age the last place you want to go and of course you have people playing politics with all of this a democratic state representative in Ohio keeps she can't take it anymore Jeez that winter for president trump to the international criminal criminal court for crimes against humanity oh really but anyway back to doctor rose for a second here the interview this French infectious disease specialist would release the first bit of data in a small group of patients that were treated and in a particular case then he believe that the combination of hydroxy chloride Quinn with the central myosin Zee pac in other words could reduce the amount of virus released by patients to make them less infectious and anyway released the first data of eighties sequential patience on the protocol it revealed very few side effects and better results than experts would expect but he says drawing conclusions with the randomized control group is difficult and it's of course the American medical community the food and drug administration yeah it we would be best if we could all have large randomized trials before supporting widespread use by the way the turkeys that the check out of the country of Turkey and China well they included in their official protocols as do as is Spain as is for the French in France it's cetera anyway he also points out that in admissions in the Wuhan hospital again more evidence but none of them worse systemic lupus or patients taking this those with rheumatoid arthritis and what they're finding is they notice coronavirus that those patients warrant having there were no rheumatoid arthritis patients there were no lupus patients coming in to get treated none of the eighty patients with lupus treated with the medication were infected okay at that point I'd say we're still at the anecdotal level all the interviews you hear from doctors etcetera okay we can say it's anecdotal and as Dr oz said in his first column this raises the possibility that hydroxy Clark when may prevent infection well there are two studies now going into that very issue and doctors and sang in her respective team initiated the randomized trial the results which they released where to prepare review but they looked at sixty two patients diagnosed with COPD at nineteen thirty one randomly assigned to either a control group work spent on experimental group and the control group received standard treatment oxygen therapy antivirals anti biotics and immuno modulators the experimental group got four hundred milligrams hydroxy Cork win per day for five days what they find well those taking hydroxy clerk went on average one days less fever and cough compared to control more impressively eighty one percent of patients taking hydroxy core Quinn had improvement in pneumonia on C. T. scans compared to the control group which was only fifty five percent but now he's got a new study he's going to share with us apparently a thousand patients in France that is showing incredible results and I'll let him break that news for you and he goes on that he interviewed the the famous a famed virus hunter Dr Ian Lipkin on a show to talk about all of this and well if you watch that particular show he highlighted another recent study that found no difference in the outcome with hydroxy Clark when treated patients and control groups but the study was even smaller and then he goes into this argument we your your your March into battle with the army you have sure the doctor found cheese in the world right they'd be better to wait longer as long as possible all the studies you gotta remember to it's a drug that's been around for forty five years in other words if the risk for such that people would die just from taking the drug we wouldn't be having this discussion got a doctor now lacing very much the same thing I read that on the blaze today and so anyway just to give you a little headline of what he's saying about this trial that took place is that all of the information that we're now receiving he is now saying we are beyond using the term anecdotal is as we are is that every article they claim it's anecdotal he now was saying this is a case series and randomized trials and he's right but I let him he's the real doctor explain all that to you which brings us to the question of well why are they are you have the American medical association president saying to the president trump yesterday what you have to lose your life okay I can understand that I have issues with the AMA big obamacare supporters and big anti gun people and clearly they have political agendas and clearly they have an agenda for those of medicine so I you know I take it with a grain of salt and there are other medical groups out there that actually give guidelines as I mentioned earlier in the program I think that's important the for example the author Rancic society they actually issued guidelines for coronavirus restrictions and doctors too but you know ultimately it's going to be up to you you know you can't count on the news media mob they just hate Donald Trump make a Brzezinski trump promotes Colbert chore so much you must have a financial tied to this I'm like okay if you want to politicize that too that's how she wasn't allowed to talk about what he feels is important to say about this drug that the president keeps pushing a lot of people would say follow the money there's gotta be some sort of financial tied to someone somewhere that has the president pushing this repeatedly you know I mean what how do you respond to that one thing I will say now the promo so you know we're seeing hopeful signs because hydroxy Clark wins all over his state and now the president's given them the millions more doses that he could put it back in the pharmacies and I wrote a big piece of time Hannity dot com now governor Cuomo stop the nine new Yorkers and when I go into a consultation with your doctor the right to go to a drug store and pick up this medicine you know is it his own department of labor can't.

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"cora" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

06:57 min | 2 years ago

"cora" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Go go. It goes to the Cisco for united front seven but Green Bay's front seven plays a different style. They don't go after the quarterback attacking that that way they hold it stout they will apply pressure. They will at times harassed. A quarterback do some of the things. I wouldn't say that the forty nine so far out there that you just put it in your backpack. They tore them up when they played a few months. They told them there's no question about it but they plant them a second time so we'll see but right now the not does go to the forty niners Secondary You've got Richard Sherman friends on one side and Green Bay on the other. I would say that's even I'd say it's even you Richard. Sherman made a good play on a hurt feeling for an interception in last week's game and he ran throughout perfectly forgot. It couldn't. He was not threatening threatening him vertically because he couldn't run vertical. And I think Richard knew do that on the other side of richer. You got Witherspoon Akilah weatherspoon every now and then they go at him they take him out of the game. They Insert Moseley the lineup. Until they figured out I would say that. This is a check for both boxes. The San Francisco Group is another one. That and I'm as guilty as this as anybody else you keep saying. Yeah but but but what about the what if somebody here they are. They're in the NFC championship game. That went thirteen and three during the regular season. They just keep getting it done at some point. Do we have to stop saying. Hey what if somebody does this that or the next thing to say. The people can't do those things against them because they're having a great season they bomb bomb killer weather. Spool new digs took him up top. They have sitting down after that on. No it's almost like the Garoppolo situation where he said. No YOU'RE NOT GONNA lose his game for us all right head coach. She got matlock floor. You've got Kyle Shanahan. I will go cow Shanahan in this situation I just think Shanahan the defensive coordinator is will they just. It's a better situation for for new all right so you go through these things. Four for the forty niners four for the packers. They push on running backs in secondary. The packers get quarterback and wide receiver. The forty niners get head coach in front seven four two four. What's the difference who wins the game? I think the head coach wins the game for him. I think if Kyle Shanahan learned anything at his time time in Atlanta that he needs to better job at coaching the entire game and not just the recorders. Why isn't mettler floor? Better coach than Shanahan. 'cause I don't really know what matlock floors doing a championship. I don't know what he's doing I know he's in the NFC championship. But I don't really know was sailing. I know is Shannon. I will say this though. Remember after the first game of the season for the packers. An an Roger Three P.. Took little digs. If he will in my opinion by saying we got defense we got a good defense. We have a great defense. That was the first this game out the gate Last week he's hugging up on that floor and they're smiling and they're buddy buddy. He went through courses early in the season where he was handed handed the football to the defensive players and ignoring mental floor. Now he's giving him his credit is due. So I hear you Ki- I don't know what he's doing either sir. Whatever he's doing he's changed? Aaron rodgers his mind because Aaron Rodgers now is acknowledging him to give him props early on thirteen and three MHM number two seed They beat a very good Seattle team to get here. You've got a hall of fame quarterback and if nothing else you haven't fouled it up right if why is that not a really really good job by the head coach. No it's not. It's not that it's a bad job out here. I just don't know what he's doing. I know what Shanahan's door I know. He's calling the plays and he's involved and he's Daland up and he's you know putting it in the right situation. I just don't know that if he didn't have twelve that he would be in this position. Where Kyle Shanahan is in this position? He don't have twelve so it just to me you know do you. Do you come and do what you did against Seattle. If you don't have twelve and you just coaching it up. I don't know that he's doing that. I like that. How much does the first time? These two teams played the thirty seven to eight win by the forty niners. How much does that connect to what we're going Hennessy? In the NFC. Because like you said before it is difficult to beat the same team twice but when you watch the forty niners and the seahawks you watch those two games in the regular season both those this games could have gone either way. You're like okay. They've played ten times. It's probably five and five. You Watch this. There was a real disparity there. The forty niners look like a much better team. It was is in San Francisco. This is going to be in San Francisco. Why doesn't that matter? It seemed like it was a mismatch the first time. Why won't be a mismatch again? Because I think you're gonNA gain plan differently. Are I think you're going to have to do some things a lot. Different name what you did before and I think that they know that I think that whatever whatever it is you make the mistakes. It's like when we played the Philadelphia Eagles in a regular season. They beat us but we knew going back in there in the NFC championship when they beat during the regular season. Do you remember the score was it. Lopsided was a close. It'd be I wanNA feel like it'd be just like two touchdowns okay so what was not close no. I don't think I don't think it was all that that close. Yeah but we knew okay if we did that versus that it would have been different but we missed it. We won't miss it next time around and we didn't miss it. It's we closed the vet and open the link. You Eagles fans out there. Football is the weirdest thing. Change Little Game Plan here there are and it is different and and what team that looks terrible can look really good. The forty niners smashed the rams earlier in the year they played late in the air. And the rams one on blown coverage you throw that out the window that probably win that game that it's just it. It can turn very very quickly. Alex Cora may have told you all what he was doing a long time time ago. You'll hear from him next so the baseball cheating scandal that ripped off the dodgers of a World Series Championship or two twice was right right there for everybody to see so sweet because here. Here's what's funny usually when you have these things there's a nun you guys got it all wrong. That's not what happened. Opened the yeah. There was some stuff. But it's not what you're making nobody from the Astros from the Red Sox. Nobody saying guys. Yeah we picked a pitch here and there but this wasn't isn't a systemic cheating thing going on nobody saying that which leads you to believe that it was too static. Alex Cora go remember last year when the Yankees and red sox went over to London to play. Play that little two-game series The Red Sox got beat up in both of those games. They lost both of those games and Alex core afterwards talking about Carlos Beltran. He basically told us what was going on. Listen to this comment about the addition of Carlos Beltran as a special advisor to.

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"cora" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

06:57 min | 2 years ago

"cora" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Go go. It goes to the Cisco for united front seven but Green Bay's front seven plays a different style. They don't go after the quarterback attacking that that way they hold it stout they will apply pressure. They will at times harassed. A quarterback do some of the things. I wouldn't say that the forty nine so far out there that you just put it in your backpack. They tore them up when they played a few months. They told them there's no question about it but they plant them a second time so we'll see but right now the not does go to the forty niners Secondary You've got Richard Sherman friends on one side and Green Bay on the other. I would say that's even I'd say it's even you Richard. Sherman made a good play on a hurt feeling for an interception in last week's game and he ran throughout perfectly forgot. It couldn't. He was not threatening threatening him vertically because he couldn't run vertical. And I think Richard knew do that on the other side of richer. You got Witherspoon Akilah weatherspoon every now and then they go at him they take him out of the game. They Insert Moseley the lineup. Until they figured out I would say that. This is a check for both boxes. The San Francisco Group is another one. That and I'm as guilty as this as anybody else you keep saying. Yeah but but but what about the what if somebody here they are. They're in the NFC championship game. That went thirteen and three during the regular season. They just keep getting it done at some point. Do we have to stop saying. Hey what if somebody does this that or the next thing to say. The people can't do those things against them because they're having a great season they bomb bomb killer weather. Spool new digs took him up top. They have sitting down after that on. No it's almost like the Garoppolo situation where he said. No YOU'RE NOT GONNA lose his game for us all right head coach. She got matlock floor. You've got Kyle Shanahan. I will go cow Shanahan in this situation I just think Shanahan the defensive coordinator is will they just. It's a better situation for for new all right so you go through these things. Four for the forty niners four for the packers. They push on running backs in secondary. The packers get quarterback and wide receiver. The forty niners get head coach in front seven four two four. What's the difference who wins the game? I think the head coach wins the game for him. I think if Kyle Shanahan learned anything at his time time in Atlanta that he needs to better job at coaching the entire game and not just the recorders. Why isn't mettler floor? Better coach than Shanahan. 'cause I don't really know what matlock floors doing a championship. I don't know what he's doing I know he's in the NFC championship. But I don't really know was sailing. I know is Shannon. I will say this though. Remember after the first game of the season for the packers. An an Roger Three P.. Took little digs. If he will in my opinion by saying we got defense we got a good defense. We have a great defense. That was the first this game out the gate Last week he's hugging up on that floor and they're smiling and they're buddy buddy. He went through courses early in the season where he was handed handed the football to the defensive players and ignoring mental floor. Now he's giving him his credit is due. So I hear you Ki- I don't know what he's doing either sir. Whatever he's doing he's changed? Aaron rodgers his mind because Aaron Rodgers now is acknowledging him to give him props early on thirteen and three MHM number two seed They beat a very good Seattle team to get here. You've got a hall of fame quarterback and if nothing else you haven't fouled it up right if why is that not a really really good job by the head coach. No it's not. It's not that it's a bad job out here. I just don't know what he's doing. I know what Shanahan's door I know. He's calling the plays and he's involved and he's Daland up and he's you know putting it in the right situation. I just don't know that if he didn't have twelve that he would be in this position. Where Kyle Shanahan is in this position? He don't have twelve so it just to me you know do you. Do you come and do what you did against Seattle. If you don't have twelve and you just coaching it up. I don't know that he's doing that. I like that. How much does the first time? These two teams played the thirty seven to eight win by the forty niners. How much does that connect to what we're going Hennessy? In the NFC. Because like you said before it is difficult to beat the same team twice but when you watch the forty niners and the seahawks you watch those two games in the regular season both those this games could have gone either way. You're like okay. They've played ten times. It's probably five and five. You Watch this. There was a real disparity there. The forty niners look like a much better team. It was is in San Francisco. This is going to be in San Francisco. Why doesn't that matter? It seemed like it was a mismatch the first time. Why won't be a mismatch again? Because I think you're gonNA gain plan differently. Are I think you're going to have to do some things a lot. Different name what you did before and I think that they know that I think that whatever whatever it is you make the mistakes. It's like when we played the Philadelphia Eagles in a regular season. They beat us but we knew going back in there in the NFC championship when they beat during the regular season. Do you remember the score was it. Lopsided was a close. It'd be I wanNA feel like it'd be just like two touchdowns okay so what was not close no. I don't think I don't think it was all that that close. Yeah but we knew okay if we did that versus that it would have been different but we missed it. We won't miss it next time around and we didn't miss it. It's we closed the vet and open the link. You Eagles fans out there. Football is the weirdest thing. Change Little Game Plan here there are and it is different and and what team that looks terrible can look really good. The forty niners smashed the rams earlier in the year they played late in the air. And the rams one on blown coverage you throw that out the window that probably win that game that it's just it. It can turn very very quickly. Alex Cora may have told you all what he was doing a long time time ago. You'll hear from him next so the baseball cheating scandal that ripped off the dodgers of a World Series Championship or two twice was right right there for everybody to see so sweet because here. Here's what's funny usually when you have these things there's a nun you guys got it all wrong. That's not what happened. Opened the yeah. There was some stuff. But it's not what you're making nobody from the Astros from the Red Sox. Nobody saying guys. Yeah we picked a pitch here and there but this wasn't isn't a systemic cheating thing going on nobody saying that which leads you to believe that it was too static. Alex Cora go remember last year when the Yankees and red sox went over to London to play. Play that little two-game series The Red Sox got beat up in both of those games. They lost both of those games and Alex core afterwards talking about Carlos Beltran. He basically told us what was going on. Listen to this comment about the addition of Carlos Beltran as a special advisor to.

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"cora" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"cora" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Forward and we mutually agreed to part ways Cora also released a statement saying in part I do not want to be a distraction to the red Sox as they move forward my two years as manager were the best years of my life this is a special place there is nothing like it in all of baseball and I will miss it dearly and so now the big question is who is going to replace Cora the red Sox are holding a news conference here at Fenway Park at one o'clock this afternoon in that report from WBZ TV is on a Marler will be following that dude could news conference later today at Fenway in again that is at one o'clock this afternoon it's now ten oh one a vote in the house today where it's expected house impeachment managers will be approved and then a news conference will follow with house speaker Nancy Pelosi announcing those managers for an impeachment trial there will be a signing ceremony at five o'clock this afternoon managers could then be walking the articles over to the Senate and presenting them Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he expects the swearing in of senators as jurors could even happen this week in the potential of an impeachment trial beginning early next week the house intelligence committee releasing new documents tied to the impeachment against the president as were learning an associate of Rudy Giuliani at a congressional candidate for Connecticut had been monitoring former ambassador to Ukraine Maria von of itch in Kiev before she was ousted a person writing these messages his name is Robert high he's actually running for Congress in Connecticut he's a big trump supporter he donated to his campaign in his inaugural committee in these messages he's describing what appear to be conversations with people he's associated with in Ukraine they're talking about the cheese next to the embassy and other messages that suggest that they're essentially tailing her in the capital of Ukraine ABC's Lucien Brigham and reporting at ten OO to a new tax fraud charge tied to the college admissions scandal for a one time real estate developer in Massachusetts who's already pled not guilty on federal money money laundering charges accused of paying over two hundred thousand dollars to get his son into U. S. C. as a water polo recruit allegedly deducting that payment on his taxes in twenty fourteen saying it was a charitable donation in a business expense that charge carrying a sentence of up to three years in prison and a fine worth a hundred thousand dollars ten oh three it's time for traffic and weather together several retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three is good morning Kevin good morning there Jim overall not a bad writing seizing out nicely south of town no troubles here on twenty four ninety five or route three trying to get up to ninety three here one twenty eight north bound tied up a bit here have to route nine getting up past that mass pike on up towards route twenty Bucks press we north bound still dealing with brake lights east Milton square most of the way up to Columbia road after that not bad up to the total about twenty five minutes Braintree to Boston south of the south bound you looking pretty good data that Braintree split out to the west for ninety five north bound residual delays easing quickly rod getting after West Main street in Hopkinton they just clear to crash there moments ago mass pike eastbound you're okay framing him on in towards one twenty eight but then you gotta break quite soon after that route sixteen on rapid west Newton on in the Brighton from an earlier crash downtown to get the lower deck back to assembly square with the lever down ramp full to open your hung up inside the city square tunneled westbound sterile drive watch out for those crews again today it to be you bridge eastbound experiencing some exiting delays here too government center Kevin Brennan WBZ's traffic on the three now.

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"cora" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

08:16 min | 2 years ago

"cora" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Have a lot to discuss WBZ newsradio ten thirties Cora gone you think whatever Alex Cora did is alleged to have done was bad or no big deal really horrible or no big deal or maybe somewhere in between parting ways well for Major League Baseball could make him what part ways the Sox announced core is out as the manager Tuesday night announcement came a day after court was heavily implicated in the Houston Astros sign stealing scheme to to give you some fill in details our man Kara he was the Astros bench coach back in the seventeen when they won the World Series and according to Major League Baseball investigators played a key role devising electronic sign stealing system that does and do it even after the league explicitly tell them now explicitly one teams against doing that that which seems weird right just inexplicable it just didn't seem like the kind of guy that would do that one eight they had a death Houston Astros a huge punishment for stealing signs including your long suspensions for the manager and the GM and they were ultimately fired by the owner why not right move on good for him according to the M. L. B. car continued firing the rules by using electronic surveillance from replay room to steal signs during the twenty eighteen season when he was named red Sox manager according to a report by the athletic I wonder who else knew what was going on I wanna how high up it goes it seems like it was in Houston is widespread knowledge of it involving a number of people is just kind of standing there went on as long as it did what do you think will is what car did no big deal or is it really have a problem really problematic red Sox had a big season that season under nay wins World Series title MLB has been investigating the alleged malpractice investigation still couple weeks from wrapping up John Henry who is the owner Warner chairman and the president Sam Kennedy put out a joint statement today we met to discuss commissioners report related to the Houston Astros investigation given the findings in the commissioner's ruling we have collectively deciding would not be possible for Alex to effectively the call going forward I mean usually parted ways and one thing that seems kind of strange is everyone's like still having a love fest you know this is a sad day for us Alex is a special person yeah but well I'm a member of the red Sox yeah we're grateful for his impact on the franchise the but what is that impact it came as a result of cheating we will miss his passion his energy and significant contributions to the communities of knowing that in Puerto Rico I don't know maybe it's just better to play nice all the time sure it is so what do you think is Cora is what he did all that bad or no big deal I have heard people interviewed say that's the you know it is what it is you got to do what you gotta do you gotta compete to me it's just cheating and I'm just I hear a lot of people because I'm a by the book person so somebody else she's I suffer because I'm usually by the book maybe so much money involved it's justified what do you think does the money justify it six one seven two five four ten thirty yeah it's very sad I'm so I'm really disappointed we didn't get into this yet red bell said from mom chart charged with the endangerment atoll toddler death messages mother charged with failing to seek timely medical help for her toddler daughter who later died has been granted bail she appeared in court on Monday for dance dangerousness hearing charge of reckless is in danger danger meant in connection with the two year old lyrics Farrell's death last month letter to go I could get medical attention Valeri days after the girl suffered a non accidental it's not accidental had head injury despite the fact she was lethargic and suffering I swear and I'm not kidding you should have to get you should have to apply to have a child that's not that one you won't have a certainty that everything will be okay but I do feel that there are certain persons who are not responsible enough to have a child and that lack of responsibility would be evident during the application process there's this there's this feeling that it's a god given right to have children I would disagree with that if you have shown yourself not to be competence or willing or responsible enough to take care of a child then you should not have one should not be allowed to have one if you go ahead and have one then perhaps you should be sterilized I've I believe that let me give you an well this example here of how how this child was allegedly treated by the way non non accidental injury there may be more charges no one has been charged with inflicting that injury yet I was gonna say more charges are possible once the medical examiner's office medical examiner's office completes a an autopsy you know it I know it we've seen it and I have a personal story it took place yesterday which backs up my theory that you should you do I'm not this is not a talk show topic that I just jammed up to generate calls I've believe that not all person should be able to have children I'm on the house on the the train the subway where life happens we really get to see real life and you know what I saw on the Orange Line a baby Eric stroller with a bunch of balloons and stuff like that then out to some street fair or something and two very stinking drunk parents bleary eyed slurring speech trunk too drunk to drive we lived this poor helpless little kid around is not going to have a chance it was disturbing and disgusting and they should not have a job there are certain people that should not have a child I agree with me or disagree should be rules this is not nam it should be rules not everybody is cut out for it at least while you're on why you're testing positive for certain drugs you shouldn't be allowed to have a child if you but there are all kinds of behaviors that I will go into that if you exhibit you shouldn't have a child but boy it it's one thing in the abstract but when I saw that I was looking at this little kid human flesh and blood little girl.

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"cora" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"cora" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Virata townies, Patricia Cora with a Bloomberg market minute on seven hundred. Patrice accords. Dan's by. Con little. Jetson kara. Yes. A little Prius there. Yes. About those in a minute. First of all, fed ex Tuesday's stock taking a little bit of a. Yeah. A little bit dip here. Yeah. Fedex shares Denver. Three point seven percent. Pre-market investors assessing the impact of a Chinese probe that puts the delivery company in the middle of the US, China trade span. Oh, yep. China says it's investigating FedEx for wrongful deliveries a move framed by the state news agency, as a warning after the Trump administration declared a ban on telecom giant while we technologies Neff ethics apologized for errors involving while way packages following reports parcels were returned to sender's qua- says it's reviewing its relationship with FedEx. Reuters also reported to packages containing documents being shipped to the telecom company in China from Japan or diverted to the US without authorization. And of course, the whole claim is that the Chinese government has their fingers while over wallpa-. Yeah. And we're diverting while way documents from Japan does from Japan to China with a stopover in the US. Yeah. Okay. Plus did. Call.

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"cora" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"cora" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Boone, and Alex Cora, and the, the fires and cameras, flashing everywhere. This is really fun Yankees. Red Sox tonight's game. Temperatures brought to you by brother supply, your number one source for ice air PTACs water source heat pumps and fan coils. It is a gorgeous gorgeous night. It is seventy nine degrees. Now, the empire's, by the way are taking a picture with big bird. This is really something if I zoom lens on my camera, I would do this, I would take this picture also and they'll probably all get copies and they'll send it to their Pires museum, or whatever the buyers, have great. So does seventy nine degrees here. Absolutely. Absolutely. A gorgeous gorgeous night the aggies. I hate that, you know, to us on pace, but the Yankees are on pace for one hundred six wins. Meanwhile the Red Sox ten games off their pace from last year when they won one hundred and eight games. They were thirty nine and seventeen through fifty six games last year. And they are twenty nine and twenty seven they are two games over five hundred which is not what they had hoped. We'll be back with the start of tonight's game after this. This is the WFAN New York Yankees radio network and or just forget about it, but here we are Toronto. Raptors in the NBA files for the first time ever, they're up one oh against us warriors team. And they have inqui- arguably the best player in the NBA in for me. Greatness usually reveals itself rather than proves will we all expected in the opposite is usually what we focus on. Lebron James, we knew was going to be great tiger. Woods on the tonight show when he was four years old. But for the most part, the superstars and all the sports that we root for the truly epic players are guys are women women Serena, who we don't see coming sometimes..

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