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"cordeiro" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch
"What I love about that too is when you started, obviously, community marketing was a big way you got off the ground. And also influencers. Both of these things now, when you're starting a brand, you're starting everything that's where a lot of people start. It's almost become one O one. Right. How do you think about that space today? Yeah, yeah. So we did not do paid influencer marketing back then. We were not. The concept was, we don't want to pay people to wear a product and share a product. We want to organically just get people that really feel something and are compelled to post it. And our thesis was, I wasn't the cool girl from Pennsylvania, and I bet there's a ton of women like that in these Middle America states, but have megaphones, like in a call to sack, add a pick up line in a club, at a church wherever. Let's find that. And so we would scan content for women that we knew were socially savvy, like, oh, they follow SoulCycle or sweetgreen. And they can create content. Let's reach out to them. They have 200, 300 followers, a thousand followers, but their feeds demonstrate they care about content and they want to share. Because that is marketing at its core, right? Forget social, forget television. Marketing is just humans telling humans something to awesome. And so that's really how we built the brand early on. So today, I feel the same way, right? Paid marketing is definitely part of D2C life, right? But at the end of the day, how do you just get humans to get excited to tell another human? So you build this, you sell it. What does that feel like today? Well, when I built it, I sold it, it felt like my child was three and went to college. It was actually pretty heartbreaking, which sounds really not what people want to hear, right? Because it's a glorious, huge, huge, very fulfilling thing that happened, right? We're so proud and we're so lucky and we're so all here to pay it forward on the experience of building and selling lively. Three years later now, I can see this was the path that was supposed to happen that I never expected, but lively's here to stay. It's owned by a company that has very strong is very profitable and cares about its mission, which is passion purpose and confidence. So really feels like kind of one of your earlier questions was, did you plan for this? No. No, we were not planning to sell lively, wasn't even for sale. But we went with it and it ended up being the best thing that could happen to lively and to the grant family. Okay, we've got a list in our question from Sarah. She wants to know what was the most intimidating thing for you when you were starting your business and how did you overcome it? I would say being a founder, you know, putting yourself out there was really scary for me. I didn't even have a Facebook account when I started lively. I was just not on social media at all. So literally my first full-time hire created my social handle on Instagram at the Michelle green. She's like, you got to get out there. And I also was pregnant with my second child..
"cordeiro" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch
"Size inclusivity was just kind of always tossed to the side and not really entertained. And then social media and mobile were also not really focused on. I'm like, what are we doing here? We're not evolving with society. And that just really started to irk me. I also saw my leaders and my mentors and the women that I really respected, killing it at work. Like crushing it. But their personal lives were not. And I'm like, holy, I'm gonna choose. I'm gonna choose just like them. So I have to find another way. And so that was really it for me. It was like, well, I can always come back, right? What's the greatest downside? I may have to take three steps back and work my way back up. But not knowing what could be really what's the risk, right? So I quit. And the part that people don't realize is I didn't quit and just start lively. I quit and worked for a startup. You know, I went and just met with everyone I could. I would kind of joke around and say, I cross 14th street and just started meeting with people. And I found my way to Ben Lea at thrillist who had just bought a flash sale company because at that time, Gil and flash sale was it like that was it, right? And so she welcomed me into that atmosphere and said, yeah, we need someone to do merchandising. I was like, great, I need to learn how startups work. I heard about when you met your first investor. And this is fast forwarding, I think, to when you were then thinking about starting lively. And he has to see your business plan, which you didn't have. But you actually made one and learned about it in a matter of days. How did you do it and also side note, Carly and I did the same thing and we bought her dad dinner so that we could tell him the inputs to put an excel. And I still remember to this day that was like the most dad daughter doing our homework in the real world..
"cordeiro" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch
"Was your family that supportive at the time or were your friends and family like she's a total flake? You know, it's funny because I realized in that experience that I was living a life of assumptions. I never had a conversation with my parents that was like you need to be a doctor lawyer and investment banker. I just assumed based on my surroundings, right? So when I called my dad two weeks into law school and said, dad, you're gonna take that law school T-shirt off, I'm going back to New York to work in fashion. He's like, we just want you to be happy. I'm like, seriously? That's it. So that's when things kind of changed. Carly and I used to sneak into conferences all the time because we couldn't paid. We weren't really invited. So I love that you were sneaking into these job fairs. Where do you think that hustle came from? And I'm going to call it like a hustle and a drive instead of just being sneaky because I think it's a tactic that shows that. Did that come from watching your parents? Is that all you? You know, I think subconsciously it came from my parents. You know, knowing that they came here literally by themselves, not knowing anyone. My parents met in college. And then moved to, I grew up in the sticks of Pennsylvania, where there was one Indian family pretty much and it was mine. I realized that I had a gift, right? Where I was given the opportunity. And so I kind of found this determination. I don't know where it came from. And I still have it to this day where when I fixate on something, I get really fixated. It's like an OCD kind of thing. So in that moment in my life, I didn't want a job at Brown Pittsburgh or western Pennsylvania. I wanted to be in New York at all costs..
"cordeiro" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch
"On the road and in life, we'll explain more in a bit, but first, let's get into the episode. Forget social forget television. Marketing is just humans telling humans something to also. And so that's really how we built the brand early on. At the end of the day, how do you just get humans to get excited to tell another human? I'm Carly zakin, and I'm Danielle weisberg. Welcome to 9 to 5 ish with the skin. We've run into so many questions over the years and had so many moments where we needed advice and we got it from women who'd been there. And that's what we're bringing you with this show. Each week we're helping you get what you want out of your career by talking to the smartest leaders we know. Because we know your work life is a lot more than 9 to 5. All right, let's get into it. Today, our guest is Michelle Cordero grant. Michelle started her fashion career working on lounge wear and bras and was previously a senior merchant for Victoria's Secret. But in 2016, she left to launch her own direct to consumer underwear and bra company, lively. And by 2019, lively was acquired for $105 million. Now, lively also makes swimwear, loungewear, and Activewear. Michelle, welcome to the show. Thank you so much for having me. Nice intro too. Thank you. I love the intros. I'm like, I get to brag about this person and then ask them questions. This is great setup. Before we get into the conversation, we like to warm up with a lightning round. So we get to know you a little bit better. Quick questions, quick answers. You ready? Love it. Ready? What was your first job? Read it to tally nice, four 75, all the ice you can eat. I also worked at an Italian ice place. And it was a very fun summer job, but I felt like by the end of it, I definitely had some carpal tunnel going on. 1000%, 1000%. Yes. Do you have any secret hobbies or skills? I would say figuring things out. I'm a puzzle solver. That's good. Do you actually do puzzles as a hobby? No. I don't either. I'm like, secret skills. Oh, I can skim read really well. Okay. That is that is good for this podcast, very on brand. Finish the sentence, what best describes your work day, working 9 till working, 9 till whenever and whatever it takes. What's one word a direct report would use to describe you? An extroverted introvert, it's not one word, but I would say that or casual, very casual. Okay. Are you an inbox zero person? No, I have so many emails. It's really embarrassing. What is your biggest guilty pleasure? Nonsense television. That's very colorful and happy. Gossip Girl, Emily in Paris. I mean, the more colorful and easygoing the better. I also fall into that. What's the last thing you've binge watched? Emily in Paris season two. Same. I just finished. I'm ready for it to come back. Next season. What is the most used app on your phone? Google Analytics, and then I would say text, I try to stay off Instagram. Do you succeed at staying off of Instagram? I do. I probably only go on once a day..
"cordeiro" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast
"Which i think that was exciting to see in. Perhaps the vision for this offense is coming to for Obviously when arthur smith brought the outside zone to atlanta we all envisioned cordeiro patterson playing all important commissions and basically gaining the arts. I mean this is how you draw it up obviously but it's You know it was a nice win for atlanta awful uniforms but One i think fun thing to see afterwards that i just noted and i don't know why but matt ryan was like on fire on the sidelines after this game I like saw him like a mouthed. The words that's what. I'm talking about and like doing really hard high fives. I think we're less enjoyable and probably more painful for everybody else. Your quarterback overdoing that who throwing and And so i thought it was good to see him like that invested. Like i feel like matt. Ryan is kind of ben like apathetic in some way after all like you know weirdness and lack of success in poor roster building. It's it's good to see him just back in in in the game a little bit. Yeah i think you're right in that we are starting to see. The vision comes together a little bit. It was a really slow. Start to the year for the falcons. But maybe they're starting to turn the corner as for the jets. Big issue for zach. Wilson was ball placement. His throws just seemed to be off We talked earlier about just in herbert. Having a an ability perhaps beyond his years to put the ball where exactly where it needs to be and conversely that was really whereas akwesasne struggled against the falcons weird thing too. I mean like that was always something like even back to training camp. You watch that and even in the drills where he's not going against anybody you're like sometimes they're see resented turn backwards lot to get these walls or like you know. This girl should be going really quickly and it's not and it was interesting that sometimes he makes those throw seamlessly in everything. Looks really beautiful. But then like there's a lot of times there doesn't and that's been a that's been really like a fascinating thing to kind of throw on the radar for this year now. The routine has been difficult for him. Yes right in. You know i get it that your offense is supposed to create these sweeping booed action plays where he's going to have the time to look down field like he did. At byu and make the great throws accentuate the armed talent. But if you can't get the unscheduled stuff down than the rest of this doesn't make any sense like nothing works. And so i'd like kind of really interested to see where that goes from here. Feel like all those things could also apply to our podcast at this point. Sometimes the routine is difficult for us. Gotta get on schedule stuff down or this is just not going to work. I think it's really well guys. I think that that big will handsome robot. i mean it just added the whole dimension. Michelle was a you know. If i'm sitting there at home. Having listened to that. I feel pretty good about the direction. This podcast is going in. Like the falcons. Things are really coming together and producer. Shelby's are cordeiro paterson. Yes the finest compliment anyone give you paid our guys was he next on the. Qb monday morning nfl. Podcast is jenny. Connor or gary gramling..
"cordeiro" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast
"And i would think at some point pits is gonna really sees that number two role and and be better. Be a better option But their offense in the way it's currently structured is going to involve a of stuff around atlanta scrimmage patterson's really pretty good in space and arthur smith doing a good job getting him design plays in space at a relatively low volume. He's a unique animal. You gotta start him for no okay. I agree and and and look. They tried to get pits going. He had a couple of targets early on in the game finished with a career high nine career. It's only been four games. But you know what. I'm saying Patterson just he he got behind washington's defense for the first touchdown of the game and he just he's making plays. He's not playing as much as even did last week. Thirty percents of the snaps were cordeiro. Patterson mike davis was close to seventy percent. Obviously so i'm i think you've got to go with paterson if you'd like you need a flex you need running back that positions thin. Here's somebody that's producing is working in. The red zone with mike davis. He's he's a thing. Quick update here jimmy. Garoppolo anticipates being out a couple of weeks with his calf injury member. That might just be one game because they do have a bye in week six. Okay cordeiro patterson. At this point. I i i understand next week just because sanders has been so bad rest of season would you rather have mile sanders or cordeiro. Patterson it's so ridiculous to even your like your kind of setting up for one of the other. Believe it or not. But i'm going to avoid it. I will say quayle patterson i'll i'll stick with sanders because i'm stubborn. Okay terry maclaurin and kenny holiday. But it's kind of how i feel. Tear maclaurin kennedy golladay. We're winners for you. Heath maclaurin with one hundred twenty three yards and two touchdowns on thirteen targets and golladay one hundred sixteen yards on eight targets at new orleans so big games for them and maclaurin was already a must start golladay only starred in twenty percent of leaks. What do you want to say about these two. Nfc east receivers. I just i. It was nice to see. Can he go at a produce as a giant. It was nice to see him getting some downfield targets and connecting on them. So this gives me more. Hope that he will be a number two wide receiver in non pr and a high end number three wide receiver and full pr arrest. Season for terry is just now two or three games and we need to give taylor heineke.
"cordeiro" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast
"Bitcoin is illegal now. Chinese government to my knowledge. They haven't actually come out with what the punishment is for being caught doing it. Illegal crypto transaction. So i'm sure they are going to have to announce what it is. I mean what is the fine. Can you go to jail. And obviously the harsher the penalty. The more likely it is that people will obey the law right. if there's no penalty will then no one's going to be the law right. There's got to be a penalty but given the fact that this is a communist country. Right they can make the penalty whatever they want if the chinese government really wants to outlaw bitcoin. I think it's going to be a very harsh penalty. I mean there could be a lot of jail time if you get caught with bitcoin. I'm not sure what the chinese jails are like. But i'm sure they're all not that great. I don't think people want to spend a lot of time in a chinese prison and so it's probably not worth it if they make it illegal. I mean sometimes like if it's illegal to own a gun but the gun might save your life. They're going to be people that are gonna say screw it. I'm going to own a gun anyway. Even if it's illegal because if i needed to save my life it's worth the risk but you don't need bitcoin for anything. I don't think people are going to be willing to break the law now criminals. If you're already engaged in criminal activity let's say you're a drug smuggler. Your terrorists are doing something that's illegal all right screw it. I'm going to have bitcoin. Maybe it helps me with crimes or maybe not bitcoin. Maybe cordeiro or some other crypto. Because you're already a criminal. I mean on the gun control. There are a lot of people who would to have guns. But they don't buy them even though they liked them because they don't wanna break the law. There are some people who are willing to break the law because they feel that strongly but a lot of americans who might otherwise by guns. Don't buy them because they are law abiding citizens and they're like well. I'd like to have a gun but you know it's not legal so i'm mocking to buy one. But there is one group of people who couldn't care less about the gun laws and those are the criminals. What a criminal care. He's already breaking the law. He's already risking go to jail. Right you're committing robbery. You're committing all sorts of crimes. You don't give it down about the law would difference through the gun laws make. That is the problem when you have gun control. It's the criminals that have all guns because the law abiding people don't have the guns and the criminals know that they're victims are defenceless because the victims are the ones that obey the laws and the criminals couldn't care less because they're already committing crimes and they're already assuming the risk of going to prison. So what difference does the additional risk of having a gun but if you're not violating any law because you don't want to go to prison at all then you're not gonna take a chance of gun and the same thing is going to happen with cryptos all of the law abiding honest citizens. That really don't need cryptocurrency. They're not going to risk going to jail to have but if they're already committing crimes and they're already risking jail than what differences having a crypto..
"cordeiro" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast
"Where there's smoke. There's fire presented by traegergrills raw. Just gives that stick. It's hyped some good music there mike. All right we're looking at surprise performances and asking is smoke. Is this fire star. We scored her. L patterson falcons running back wide receiver running running back. He is running back on the tyron saying that because his all is production was the buddies evening but he's running back elliott worth noting in yahoo. He is running back and wide receiver eligible. He said on sleeper. Less time i saw two. Oh fantastic he was the running back five. This past had a goal line. Touchdown had six targets had five catches fifty eight and a touchdown from watching atlanta Thus far this year they don't they need him which is something that is not a A feather in the cap of nfl team to need cordeiro patterson week to week but they don't i mean russell gauges done nothing They don't have julio anymore. Cavalierly doesn't seem to be able to get a lot of deep looks right now is is a tough one for me though to save fire toward cordell patterson when you know. He limps into the end zone. Ends up with the. I think i'm gonna say smoke. I'm gonna say fire and let me let me explain why i think there is real fire here. I think you should pick up. Cordeiro patterson He's not someone that certainly you have to. You have to start but in a pinch you can obviously as the running back five. This last week didn't anything on the ground but you wouldn't expect anybody to have success against tampa bay buccaneers on the ground. Nobody has in a year and a half. I mean a d line is just great but then through the air was fantastic and over the two games. I can't remember how many times i've been watching the film and thought man. He just looked so much. Better than mike davis. If you look at the running back Opportunity count between mike davis and cordeiro patterson cordeiro got much more involved this week in that timeshare So he's already encroaching on. Mike davis and when i look at what arthur smith wants to do i that you know they want to establish the run And i think daryl's their best running back and he can get involved in in the receiving so he's a spot start who i think if the opportunity came on the insurance level. He's he's got juice. He looks good on almost every play. Now the upcoming schedule the giants aren't an easy run. D and then the washington football team the week after so i was going to bring up that brooks. He sent across the mike. Davis line davis had more total catches in. The game also ran much better. He was nine for thirty eight. Cordeiro was seven for eleven. Yeah i quarter you weighing. I am i am on the fire side. That patterson should picked up as looking towards the future. The entire argument. Fantasy football wise for mike davis being a in okay draft pick in the range he was going was there. Is nobody else on this roster at least that we can foresee that can overtake. Mike davis patterson. Could i i. I'm not saying that he will. But patterson has the ability to surpass released on when it comes to the receiving part of the game. They gave him a wildcat. Quarterback snap not turned in. This was like on the five right next to the goal line. It unfortunately turned into a fumble. There was a miscommunication. Between patterson. And mike davis patterson's part of the game plan. So i think that he is a a a solid stash where i probably wouldn't be spot starting him but i think that he is a player. That when you're looking towards the future having him on your bench is a good play. I yeah we said to pick them off last week on the waiver. Show sound like the snaps. Look you need running back. So patterson is definitely worth paying attention to. I just don't know. I guess i'm having a hard time defining what fire and smoke means on this one. It doesn't mean picking him up. It doesn't mean i think it just means is is he for real or is this completely mirage. Where he's not going to be involved. This was just. He got the two touchdowns and and he's not really a part of he is. He is what makes that. He is a part of their game. Plan you know. They had to carries inside the ten. Both went patterson he's I think an important part of the office. It's not say he's a superstar. But it's not. This isn't a smoke performance. Where just a mirage. Henry rugs raiders wide receiver seven targets against pittsburgh five for one thirteen and one was the wide receiver eight on the week. I mean this was henry rugs delivering on all of the potential. Derek carr has always been a great deep ball. Thrower found him lateness in this game. Another walk off. I mean derek. Carr is trying to do the walk-off bomb touchdown every week miami los angeles That'd be chargers and then chicago the next three weeks. He's been targeted on sixteen point nine percent of his route so far this season smoke. Yeah he's it's smoke for me as well. You have Bryan edwards had a touchdown. In this game it ended up getting called back and then brian edwards had another big catch like right. After that that also got called back they are sp- splitting time between Edwards and hindu rugs. That wasn't me saying i want edwards overhang drugs. I was saying the production easily could have gone to brian edwards this year this week in because it did. It just got called back on a penalty. Rugs came through with the deep shot this week. And he's not. He's not a terrible play but he He i haven't elevated him in a tear or anything in my rankings. Or where. I prefer start somebody. Yeah i mean you're going to need the big play. Which what you got in this game and you're gonna get a handful of times love best ball because that's the type of player. He is You know you take away the sixty one yard bomb which you can't but if if he doesn't connect on the deep ball then you know four fifty two is your destroyed so i i think that on a i think this is mostly smoke. It's not something that i think will happen on a week by week basis and he is someone you could start in the hopes like like jalen raider You know you could start him. In the hope he had a bomb touchdown. there was called back because he just barely stepped out of bounds You'd be looking at these two players pretty similarly mccaw hartman's another example exactly through two games rugs as the thirteen percent target share hardman's at seventeen percent through two games. But if you don't get the big play. Yes so i..
"cordeiro" Discussed on Burn It All Down
"Acclaimed backed up by quote indisputable science. This was all so blatantly. Sexist that even corporations like coca cola and budweiser said it was offensive. That sexist cordeiro seeing the writing on the wall took responsibility for the filing and quit. Here's what caitlyn murray wrote at the guardian about cordero's tenure after his resignation quote but since cordeiro took over in two thousand eighteen reforms have been slow and tepid her tarot as well intentioned as he may have been appeared to eager to defer to the expertise of people around him many of the same people who had been at the federation far too long and we're resistant to change Yes the exact kind of person who will now be at fica. An organization not known for being open to change fee for president. Gianni infantino said of cordeiro after his hiring quote. carlos is the right person to advises. we've modernized regulatory framework and grow the sport in ways that advanced football for men women and you the globe. I mean what could go wrong. You'll go right. It's the shuffling of chairs on the deck at this point it's the failing upwards that we continually see it's the refusal to acknowledge how unimportant the women's game fee while their actions. Reveal it over and over again. I wanna burn all of that today. So burn.
Rays Beat Red Sox 12-7
"We gotta start with a crazy game in boston. Yesterday the tampa bay rays against the red sox early on it looked like the red sox. We're going to be in control. You'll launch weighing line drive down. Alethia likes the extra bases hits the track roles in the corner. What run is scored. Here comes j. d. wrapping held at third. It's an rbi double a to double for doll back. And the red sox lead sixth one. Joe castiglione w e ninety three point seven. Fm the red sox would extend their lead to seven to one. But you know what the race came back on the pitch swing and a fly ball to center field but while it's gonna pushback for dugo. He's on the worst track and it's going to clear the basis wall scores arose arena. Scores rocco scores toward a third is what goes into the dug up bed crews will come around and score fair chris. Oh wait as indeed quite back in it. It's seventy five w da with that call right there. Yep so look at college. Whoever's been really good offensively but there's no doubt that When you work to get him into the lineup it means it's going to be defensive compromises and other parts and we showed that yesterday for alex purdue go playing center field. The adventures were not over. Here comes to meadows swinging a high dr straightaway center moving back for go back to the track till the wall off the top of the wall and terrorist experts. The infield metals are second. He's going to try for third waving of these ona's way to the play and it did homer on those and we're all tied up and could hear the boston fans booing at the end of that clip right there from w. da. The two sides went into extra innings. This happened swinging ally dr underneath the glove of the first basement. Cordeiro down the right field line. Here comes a rose arena. Here's the throw from renfro hits late crews flying in the second. Here's raise take the lead. Ten
"cordeiro" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"Great first time gas. Insomuch mean thanks so much and you that tweet that as much as you like. Just get that narrative out there. That's the real A real scarecrow. Miss you most of all moment. Yeah right but mary what would you like to promote here at the end of the show. We appreciate you being here. Let's blitz plug something. Oh gosh well you know. Here's another. I'm in a movie called an indie buddy comedy. Sports may be called golden arm. That you can watch I think it's on. It's currently airing. no everybody. has this channel cinemax. Also you can. I believe you can rent it through amazon apple or whatever but but That i'm in that movie with betsy scenario. There's all kinds of amazing people as ron funches. Eugene cordeiro all kinds of great people in it so Yeah i'll promote that okay. Golden are not the man with now now just straight up golden arm. Yeah there's no there's no you know. injecting drugs into the are. No this is natural this. Is you know a woman. She's just she's got a natural incredible strong arm and does she use it. Goal really changed meaning over the years. Right what are you got to promote..
"cordeiro" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio
"Again you can look at this two ways in the heat of the moment and then you look at it retrospectively. Which in writing the book it helps helps you to look at retrospectively in the heat of the moment You know again we have to remember. Kovin was awhile west. this time. Nobody knew what to do how it worked by. It was some times affecting somebody so hard like nick and then not affecting anyone at all And so a lot of times they would say to me. You know we're out of ideas or it's it's his all medically that we can do right now or You know we can't really ford any risks. But then at the same time they would say we're running out of time So it was this constant. Icu dance and battle. which now i know. He's just you know. A part of being an icu. That long especially So you know. I would come to the idea. I would come to the table with a lot of ideas every day. And you know they would be crazy. Sometimes like people would say put olive oil and rosemary and his feeding tube. I trust me at works. You know and there were lots of times. Where i was just like okay. I have nothing to lose here. So i'm going to shout out all of these ideas and yeah a lot of times. They would look at me. Like i was crazy which i'm sure i was at some points. You know i'm. I'm getting my information from google searches and people from around the world and they are medically trained doctors. That know exactly what they're talking about. So it was that balance and you know i was the other thing was it was just hard. You know when you are. I i do consider myself a strong person. I'm a fighter. Especially when i'm going through trauma i go kind of in fighter pilot mode and it was really hard to be looked at like you know a sad puppy. It's it's it's something that happens with grief to you know people come up to you giving the giving you their best actor in a drama series for grief you know performance and you're like i'm not weeping right now i will weep. I promise you. I have weeped but right now. You see me in your dancing. You see me in here. Moving knicks arms. You see me in your choosing positively choosing strength choosing life. Don't treat me like. I'm the exact opposite so that was also just kind of like the hard battle severe. The issue is primarily. Just you didn't want people to feel pity for you because you are too strong. I think in general. I'm just a person that doesn't i don't want to feel. I don't want you to feel pity for me I think that's my probably general. My life know the difference between compassion and pity I think it's a tone a tone in someone's voice for me at least or yeah it would be a tone is a tone of voice and did you feel like the the hospital staff that that you're writing about. Was it compassion. You're interpreting his pity or was it. Actually pity i don't know i mean maybe it was a bit of both or you know it's hard to say because now i'm kind of commenting on someone's personality which is tough. I probably needed to speak up for myself and say listen. You know please you win. You come at me with that tone. It makes me feel like you're pitying me and cleese. Don't pity me right now. i need you to be. I need you to do this instead if we're gonna work together here and that's that's on me. I should have said that. You know that's retrospectively looking back. In the heat of the moment you can't even focus you know my god. That's the kind of really precious advice. They are chang right now right because there are other people who go through longer hospital experiences and just hearing you say that i promise you that you just did some good just by sharing that low. Thank you learn a lot. After the after the fact in course writing this story down reading the story allowed you learn even more. Live your life at your bug it. It's a it's a quick read. But i think you did a great job of just explaining. Here's what happened because there's a lot of people really curious and also what you went through. And i was intrigued. You talk about new forty days being very famous biblical number. That shows all over the place. tell me a little bit more about your interpretation of that forty days well they are just so many biblical interpretations throughout this whole story. I mean the story of the good shepherd and nickname meaning cordeiro cordeiro meaning lamb and the hoster. That called me about it. I mean like. I mean just over and over again and how nick i died on good friday. I mean that was crazy And then brought back to life by all these machines. You know having a resurrection on easter sunday. I mean like just crazy things So yeah i mean those first forty days and then he woke up you know after forty days just like it was really crazy over and over and over again but also that also just kind of Fueled my fire. That god was with us through this. God was behind us through this that he heard us that he was with nick through this. And and so that kind of.
Boston Red Sox trade Benintendi to Kansas City Royals in three-team deal that includes New York Mets
"We did have a A trade godown wasn't a blockbuster. But i think certainly noteworthy is that. The red sox have been shopping. Andrew benintendi for quite a while. Now and i didn't understand why this guy was a top ten pick by the red sox not that long ago but here are the details in this three way trade between boston. The mets and kansas city. The red sox receive outfielder slash d. H. franci cordeiro Right handed pitcher josh win. Chaussee three players to be named later one from the mets to from the royals. The royals get outfielder. Andrew benintendi and the mets received outfielder khalil. ali now benintendi. As soon as he showed up last year he got hurt and he was offered a year. He only played like two weeks and batted one. Oh three he had a strained ribcage but coming into last season he was a career. Two seventy seven hitter and averages about eighteen home runs a game and he's due to make six point six million this year in his second. Rv'er so he has Another year. Sorry i know he has another two years after that. So i argue but the royals will now put benintendi in left field every day because if you think about with mary field i guess he's an outfielder our second baseman so a combination of him. Edward olive arison. Michael eight taylor. But the red sox for their part we'll get cordeiro which is a mix of alex dugo number. How highly regarded wasn't a dodger system. Hunter renfrow talked about yesterday as blooms gonna take a chance on him and that park but cordeiro as to thirty six hitter and he strikes out thirty five percent of his trips to the plate
Nick Cordero, Broadway actor who battled COVID-19, has died at age 41, wife says
"Tonight devastating loss Broadway. Actor Nick Cordero Battled Corona Virus for ninety five days before the disease took his life at age forty one. Cordero's wife Chronicle despite on social media, people around the world followed all of us hoping for his recovery Cheney most is out front. Broadway star Nick Cordeiro struggled for three months in the I. See you in a coma up and down, but he is awake. Data is awake. But more down than up I am asking again for. All the prayers mega prayers, his ordeal documented by his wife Amanda Clues from bullets over Broadway. To Law and order his career is going great this. Could be one of the Great Wall until it was cut short by COVID. Nineteen God has another Angel in heaven. Now posted his wife. Nick had been young and healthy as Alec Baldwin noted. Last June nick was looking at his newborn son. Elvis in the ICU, this June nick was in the ICU himself, and through it all Amanda shared the experience. He told me for times that he won't survive. He was put on a ventilator is. Gone for two minutes, and they had to resuscitate his heart, they had to amputate away. It was a situation of lifer leg. He communicated with his is by looking down. Yes, to know US since Amanda recruited an army to say prayers created the HASHTAG UP Nick inspired people to Sing Day. Wake Up. Fans in Arp work, go fund me page for medical expenses zoom past, eight hundred and fifty thousand dollars, and rising just a few days before his death, his wife spoke with CBS so grab his hand, and I'm waiting to the day that he called my hand back that day, apparently never came. He missed seeing his sons I. Nick Cordero was outlived by his one year old. Who will grow up hearing stories of how much he was loved.
Inside the US Soccer Equal Pay Fight
"Foudy is a soccer commentator for ESPN and was a member of the US women's national team from nineteen eighty seven to two thousand four. She also hosts a podcast laughter permitted so Julie. It's been a chaotic few days. I use the word chaotic relatively now for American soccer late last week the president of the US Soccer Federation. Carlos Cordeiro resigned. What was the chain of events that brought that about? We need a couple of days and a lot of wind for that. Actually I think we have that actually right now we do. It all started obviously with the lawsuit that the women filed last March for gender discrimination and then there was a brief that really triggered this avalanche. That was released last week. There central argument was women are inherently inferior to men to this from the US defense quote. The job of a men's national team player requires a higher level of skill based on speed and strength and does the job of a women's national team player. He response was immediate federation saying that Biological Sciences. The reason why men should make more money than the women. You've got to be kidding. Me Arrogance and ignorance here is outstanding. It's mind blowing. This woman are the best at what they do in the world in the world. How how can they be compensated? What then transpired was we were in the middle of our coverage of the she believes up which is an annual tournament that the women play and it was their last game of the tournament and my play by play. Guy Actually looks at me Sebastian. Salazar points to his phone and puts his finger up like hold on. I need to read. Something just been handed a statement from USF President Carlos Cordeiro and he proceeds to read this apology on air from Carlos. Cordeiro apologize for the offensive pain caused by language in this week's court filing which did not reflect the values of our federation or a tremendous admiration of our women's national team women's National Cordeiro saying I hadn't properly read the brief. I apologize for what's in there. We're firing our legal team and hiring late them and walk INS. I literally had to take about a five second pause and gather myself because my head was about to implode these players are getting deposed all the time they're being asked questions like you lose the fifteen year olds though right so you're inferior rights so you know this is happening. You have to know that the players are feeling it is well known was buying it and to give us the statement on air. I thought was a terrible idea for me to react to it. I don't get how you ever get to this position where you're okay with letting your legal team run all these depositions in that manner and making that that central tentpole of your arguments and the very next day. Carlos Cordeiro resigned as President Julia. Why do you think the backlash resulted so quickly in Cordero's resignation? I think the sponsors helped I think. They saw the reaction from some of their biggest partners. Coca Deloitte Volkswagen. The statements they put out. Were words like we're disgusted by this. We would never associate with an organization that thinks this way yet. We stand by the Women. If you're US soccer they feel like they're on the brink of something in in a very negative way and so they knew they had to do something quickly. Obviously this moment puts the players in a bit of a weird spot. Where in the midst of all this? They're playing event wearing the shield for us soccer's actively trying to undercut their standing as highly skilled athletes. How did they react honestly? Who was so proud of how they handled it. Us and Japan have on the world soccer's biggest stage and today they meet with the two thousand twenty. She believes title on the line. We've been given a heads up that they were gonNA wear their jerseys inside out. The warmup jerseys wrestler wearing their warm up uniforms inside out. We're told this is in response to the latest legal filings by the US federation. Usually they take that photo with just the starting eleven before you start a game. And you're in your jerseys. They kept their warm up jerseys on and they had the team stand in solidarity. They knew they had to play but they also wanted to be clear. Like this is not okay. We don't stand for what their argument they're making. They always have the. Us Women's national team proved their worth on the field. Three to one over Japan. They are she believes cup. Champions on air right after as we've seen all over social media her response was spot on like I want every little girl to know that you're not lesser than a boy
U.S. Soccer president resigns after equal pay court filing
"Notes U. S. soccer president Carlos Cordeiro resigned effective immediately after a contentious week surrounding equal pay lawsuit brought by the U. S. women's team court filings disparage players that led to a backlash from players and sponsors and Cordero admitted to not reviewing the court documents before they were filed US soccer vice president Cindy Parlow come replaces
Head Of U.S. Soccer Resigns Amid Pay Dispute With Women's National Team
"The head of U. S. soccer Carlos Cordeiro has apologized and resigned the legal papers describing the national women's team as having fewer skills and responsibilities than their male counterparts in an equal pay disputes the U. S. women's team have won the World Cup four times and have four Olympic gold medals the men's team have never won a major international
Testimony released from Trump's former Russia adviser
"News just released transcripts from the house impeachment inquiry revealing even more officials testifying under oath that they had a great great concerns about president. Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani's work in Ukraine Fiona Hell of former Russia advisor to president trump. Testifying quote I was extremely family concerned. That whatever was that Mr Giuliani was doing might not be legal. Especially after you know people had raised with me these two gentlemen Parnis and and Fruman Ella E. Fruman of course to Giuliani associates. Who are arrested recently while trying to flee the United States and Lieutenant Colonel Alexander van the top Ukraine expert on the National Security Council saying this about the July phone call or president? Trump urged Ukraine's president to help Giuliani. Dig Up dirt on the bites. Let's frankly up until that call you know. In certain regards. He was acting as a private citizen advancing his own interest to a certain extent. It wasn't until that call all that it became that that it became that he was pulled into kind of an official role all right. Let's discuss all of this out front. Now Greg Brower who was an assistant the FBI director Kerry Cordeiro who was the council to the US Assistant Attorney General for national security also with US tonight former Nixon White House counsel John Dean and former Republican congressman. Charlie Dent it has been a very busy news day going through these transcripts from two top White House officials. Carry to start with you witnessed ernest after witnesses testify and they had these concerns about. Giuliani what do you make of this of all. These officials testified that they knew what Giuliani was up to. They had these concerns. They did because we had there was an individual Rudy Giuliani who was not in government. who was doing things that from their perspective? At the as as far as State Department officials are White House officials working on national security related to Ukraine that he was stepping into interfering with what they were trying to carry out as legitimate foreign policy so on one hand you have a person not in government at all who is interfering in national security interests but then the second thing that but it also tells me is that there were a lot of people in the White House who knew what was going on. And it took the whistle blower to actually report it through an official channel Hannele and start that we part of this. I mean you have about it. He'll testifying a lot of people. Knew about what was going on. But you're right. It was the whistle blower who went through those channels. But what's interesting too is just the view of these officials Juliani. You know they're trying to do their official Government Work Greg. Then you have someone going rogue Outsides doing their own thing. I mean it kind of painted this picture of pure chaos when it came to Ukraine Policy Fiona Hill testified that John Bolton Liken Giuliani to a hand grenade alive handgrenade Do you think that's proven to be true. In all of this as you learn more and more Giuliani's role becomes more apparent and and not surprisingly so and and there was also the description of John Bolton oath you know Rudy's drug deal as if to dismiss this. Yeah exactly we have more understand the context around Right that's right and it would be hard enough frankly to have the national security and diplomatic Bureaucracy dealing with some kind of rogue operation if that rogue operation was parallel but legal. But in this case it appears that perhaps it wasn't even a legal rogue operation that not only complicates it's things for the govern- officials who are supposed to be pursuing national security and diplomatic relations but it it creates a whole Potentially impeachable the situation. And that's how it's playing out. It is how it's playing out John because this is all part of this. The Democrats impeachment inquiry. I WANNA bring up. What lieutenant colonel them and testified to who about acting chief of staff and they won't be head Mick? Mulvaney Vin was asked. Do you understand how he saw. Inland came to believe that this deliverable was necessary. This area and then men responded so I heard him say that this had been coordinated with White House Chief of Staff Mr Mick Mulvaney question. What did he say about that answer? He just Said said that he had had a conversation with Mr Mulvaney. And this is what was required in order to get a meeting. How significant is it to you that he testified that the president's acting chief of staff directed this quid pro quo essentially certainly gets closer to the president and and You know whether whether they'll claim that the president had no lodge we don't know yet Feel a hill gave the same testimony. Which cooperates spend Edmund? So it's a pretty strong charge and it certainly puts Mulvaney in the loop No question about that and Pamela. I'd I would just point out at this whole thing is just one giant conspiracy to extort a bribe. And it's very conspicuous. It's just no question and now how deep the president is. That's what the House is going to establish and so do you think this is an impeachable offense then because as we know bribery. According to the constitution is impeachable impeachable. Act John They have managed in this in this instance to come right within the definition of impeachable offenses. Because you the high crimes but how. But if if no one has made that directly to the president then then how do you make that case that he should be impeached impeached. Well you know it's interesting with Nixon When he was impeached they stayed away from conspiracy? Charges There is a reference in in in the minority report of all places that he conspired but the majority the Democrats with Nixon did not charge him with a conspiracy. All of that was very conspicuous. Louis in the in the evidence I so I don't think by precedent. They'll try to draw trump in through conspiratorial actions. They'll look for him being directly involved or enough. They'll look for testimony and we're they're gonNA find that is in the Document the the readout on
The Rock and Jorge Masvidal's 'awesome' UFC 244 ride
"Much has happened in the world of anime and we have a star studded lineup for all of you just think about all these the things that have happened because I actually wrote this down because the last seven days have just been absurd so we said goodbye last Monday after those two conference calls remember we thought for a second second we thought maybe this wouldn't happen but it seemed like the Mazda off I we thought maybe won't happen and then conference calls happen all right so we we start to feel like we can move on from this whole thing then on Wednesday we find out Darren tells having these visa issues that maybe he won't be able to come to New York City we find out jared cannon near there's a standby fighter Wednesday Wednesday night we have the open workout remember that where he mustard oil is pitting fans against each other to do like sparring matches everything last week was just so different and a little off but fun and unique but just kind of different till arrives on Thursday on Friday we have the the Wayans and cutting gasoline is is like just chilling on his coach fell Cordeiro shoulder uses the shoulder maybe allegedly as a crutch elbow on shoulder that well then they unveil this belt fifty thousand dollars dollars and they have this big to do with the gloves everything they don't even treat the real belts like this unbelievable then the rock shows up and announces this movie marker all this stuff and that's quite the stugatz gods from lebatardshow fame he walks up with horizontal Nick Diaz shows up with eighty s at the face off they're going toe to toe the rock is up there on the stage Roberto Duran Dan is in the crowd as well to see his guy horry must've he walks him out on Saturday the president is in attended all these people aren't attendance second highest gate in in UFC MSG history so much going on Unbeliev and then of course we get the fight and we get the stoppage and it's controversial and people are a little bit upset the card was great from top to bottom was just one of those those nights where it was like wow where were you on November second two thousand nineteen just a very unique set of circumstances in the end nate says loses to horry Mazda via doctor stoppage fourth-round they call it off right before and now we we wonder what happens next for Mazda and
"cordeiro" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The country and city leaders have called it a model for communities nationwide. However the initiative is facing criticism. The New York City council and the city's controller are taking a close look at thrive funding and affective nece and many critics say if fails to prioritize the people who need help the most people with serious mental illness like Edward, Dr Belkin acknowledged that criticism that criticism often comes from a very credible place. These are people who have lost loved ones who have tried to get them through this system that doesn't make sense and they want that fixed. It's not the first time is not the last time that it happened, but short mobile much completely different. If they like open up more places that could handle mental people and help them. They're also Uelmen digits. You know, people that are not in the right state of mind, this abled, and all they need is hope. Unassuming? Cordeiro is now in jail at Rikers island awaiting trial, and he's facing up to twenty five years in prison. Dari told me she visits and talks to her brother often to says Edward also MRs watching his nephew Dari, son. Grow up. It doesn't feel right 'cause all kinds of foam, and then the cry like I spent on the phone grown, man. Like, speaking of me all. Doing such a great of my nephews. And I'm thirty. I like the way you bring up the kill can't. We said I see I love, you know, stuff like that. Just a few months ago. I went to watch one of Edward's court hearings. He was almost unrecognizable from the angry man in the new York Daily News video he's gained weight crews hair out and look soft and sad. The judge took him with him and his lawyer. And then as he was leaving Edward turn to his mom. She was sitting behind him crying and he smiled and whispered. Hi, mom, and in his handcuffs. He tried to wave. Our thanks to let USA producer Maggie feeling for that story. We are going to.
"cordeiro" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Hosts mix time USA the story of untreated severe mental illness and Edward Cordeiro. The young man who pushed another man to his death off in New York City subway. That's next time on that the USA. Latino USA is coming up tonight at six. Team. A little time with the word in.
"cordeiro" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"On last week. I had some time off from the show. So I don't have all the Fred thoughts either. But you had some interesting thoughts. Always this ran. I think. Yeah. Sunday last Sunday in the bright won the sun, the hardest working paper in town as they call themselves you Adam John's Patrick silly Rastas questions and you'd all answer my favorite moves so far. Now, this is talking about. Of course, the new acquisitions that did for BUSTER screen, the, Nicole. Dick's congress the box. We've got a new running back Dr load back. It looks like Mike Davis. And the Swiss army knife cardinal Patterson who will return wide receiver running back slot guy. I don't know what it is. And the question was to you three fellas mart. My favorite moves, so far, and you voted. Thought. Organic Patterson last week, tell us why. Well, because two factors. First of all, I like the combination of of Bill Belichick kind of showing everybody just how versatile guy could be an Matt Nagy kind of being that open minded guy who can kind of take that to the next level. And I think so I just think that he's just an intriguing guy they need obviously, you need the biggest help on offense, and he's just Matt Nagy kinda guy. And and so I think there's there's there's a a lot of opportunity for a guy like Patterson who has been productive and productive against the bears as we know for him to do anything. And and really kind of a good jump start or accelerate the bears offense in twenty nineteen. The one thing your co here. Monday through Friday with Carmen from noon to two and your calls Torri, Colin agansit guy, doesn't isn't Cordeiro Patterson just another gadget guy because one of his biggest problems is running routes. He wasn't the greatest route runner. You're right Bela. Check found ways to use them other people that found ways to use especially against the bears. But he's he seems like a guy who's gonna who's gonna help. But you get a kick returner. When I think I looked the bears had twenty three total kickoffs returned last year other ones that were in the end zone and not returned and things like that. And almost I'm just I'm just eager to see how they're gonna use him wit Serie Cohen at the same time. Well, it absolutely. And and he he is kind of a gadget guy Torri cone is even a gadget he even with Tariq Cohen. They're still trying to upgrade at running back. It's still trying to improve their speed and both players give them that. So no, I'm not saying that the Patterson is going to be a key guy. That's I think that's the point the bears don't need Cordeiro Pederson two years ago. That would have been signed is what are your your big hole pitcher? Ed wide receiver. So now, it's just a bit part who can Uku is kind of a free role can can make a lot of other players better and make that offense better create conflict of assignment do all the things that the bears offense is supposed to do where you know, they're they zig when the other team zags and just and just really put t- defenses on their heels. So I think he just you know, it's not a huge move. But that's the story move is not really a huge move. I agree. The one thing we've learned well about Nagy laddis number one mismatches. He can get a guy out in space mismatch. And he's gonna be the mad scientist. He's home right now. And he's got the dig whiteboards is Larry Maher was used to be TV's up. There is when the coaches offices office there now. I bet you this guy. He's having so much fun. He's going crazy. Right. Crazy plays with like you were saying Fred both of the both of the gadget guys in at the same time. Wasn't works tonight will find out, but I can't wait to see it, Mark. Yeah. It's good. I mean, it's it's kind of a big a huge key for the bear season. The other defenses their defense. But this whole the whole Nagy thing is all predicated on the offense being the star of the show eventually as as lopsided as it is the other way at this point in time. This is still all about the bears speaking offensive team. And and this is just one piece. Also, keeping you know, keeping their offense of line intact. You know, Mitch trubisky's development, obviously, this is all part of it. But I mean, that's the focus really for me is gonna be on the offense. I if they don't take this next kind of a quantum leap in the second year in the offense. Then you know, that that that's going to be the bigger problem. The biggest problem that the bears have. And that's probably what that's where all the kind of excitement anticipation is is on offense with what men Nagy Agee can do. Now. Now that he knows all those guys these aren't new to him. He he's familiar with what they can. And can't do and you know, they should really be much better. Can't wait. Can't wait Mark. We always value and the listeners all your fans love hearing you thanks down a busy Saturday for jumping in Blackhawks versus the avalanche shebek tobacco. Use those four points to use a win over Philadelphia. A now you'll be lament. They don't don't lament lament look towards twenty nineteen twenty. There we go, okay. Market. Golly after he gave up a MAC, go back to the water bottle. I'm starting to get here at Ted. I want to ask you if that was just a reflex. Then everybody tells me. Yes, it just absolutely sounds. Before he got yanked. Let's say gave up three goals in two and a half minutes. He'd go back and drink water three times in two and a half minutes. Another coach. The water over here. Here comes the new guy. Right. That's a problem. He's to hydrated. That's it. Million. Visit thanks. Thanks. Bye. Thank you. Appreciate potus real quick. Talking about. Kimball. The free agent pitcher out there looks like someone's going to give them a one year. And it looks like it could be the brewery. I look like that someone could be Milwaukee. Oh, okay. Said we're running late by Dolan missile miss a since we did not have Jesse today. Get tired of us over the next twenty six Saturdays. Jesse earlier this week talking about that very subject. Greg Gumbel ends up with the brewers. They get kicked Craig kimbrel on a one year deal. Then the answer's yes. Because what did I just say? I mean. You said it there are no bad one year deals. So if they do get them on a one year deal then yesterday outmaneuvered them, but it's not really because they were sneaky or this creative group or whatever. It's just the cubs are spending on anything. And if they can't even spend in a one year situation, then man, then as we've talked cap for months. Jordan. It's an amazing situation. Team went from being big spenders and big players to doing nothing, and it's not just because a couple of their free agents failed. It we know this deeper stuff going on here. But if they do get as you said it out maneuver for one year deal on top of the line closer. When in fact, the cubs needed more than Milwaukee. You know, they've got a pretty good bullpen back. So yes, Jordan fans have every right to fire on the cubs. If the Milwaukee Brewers Craig kimbrel to a one year deal. I was about to say to a pretty good one. Your that's being redundant any one year deal will be good. I guarantee it. I don't care if this fifteen million twenty million it'll be a good deal. Any team would love to have Kirk Craig kimbrel for one year may have to pay a few bucks. The big deal. It's just one year, and and it's another free agent year forms, so God knows it's gonna wanna fix. Big big deal or not a big deal. Rogers just is a big deal done by Jesse. Let's take a break been on that and orange vanilla coke. We got no choice. Coca Cola to me. It sounds great between that and the silly announcer talking about well, a big guy, then gotta give Walter another big guy. And he give it to a small guy threw up a three saying to watch for the whole tournament game next. It's actually above average. Murph and Freddie.
"cordeiro" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"December the eight two thousand and sixteen Murfreesboro police located the body of Francisco Gomez Cordeiro in a wooded area off of Ilham road. Francisco Gomez Cordeiro was an Hispanic female based on their investigation Murfreesboro. Detectives have now filed charges against Romulo Hernandez Muruga Muruga has less for alluded capture. If you have information regarding this case or the whereabouts of Romulo, Hernandez me orga contact detective Doug Errington of the Murfreesboro police department. The number to call is six one five eight nine three one three one one hour news partner. WGN S radio reports that investigators say that the deceased woman and the suspect were living together with their six year old daughter neighbors told officials that the couple always seemed happy and without issues. However her. Mendez mayo reportedly left the child suddenly with the diaper prior to the body of the victim being found shortly. After that a missing person report for Francesca, Gomez Cordeiro was filed with Murphy's borough police about three days later, the woman's body was found I've worn four I degree murder was issued for old Remigio Hernandez mayo. If you see Hernandez mayo or someone matching his description, call Murphy's borough police at six one five eight nine three one three one one in the event, you know, his whereabouts or have any information that leads to an arrest and conviction. You can remain anonymous and receive a cash reward of up to one thousand dollars for calling crime stoppers at six one five eight nine three stop that's six one five eight nine three seven eight six seven. With just weeks away from what usually marks the end of the flu season. Tennessee is still seeing widespread activity, according to data from the centers for disease control and prevention last year around mid-march flu activity in the states started to go down from widespread to regional according to the CDC influenza activity remains elevated into United States, the highest number of reported cases from last week were from eastern ac- with seventy five confirmed flu cases, and in Memphis was sixty seven health officials say with weeks, wait until the end of the flu season. We may not have yet hit the peak the reported number of Luke aces is based on the providers who volunteered to report. So the actual flu could be higher. Tennessee lawmakers have advanced legislation that critics argue is designed to restrict the public restrooms and other areas that people who consider themselves transgender can use Laos criminal Justice subcommittee agreed Wednesday to send a proposal to a full hearing after debating the language for just fifteen minutes. Roughly a dozen protesters sat in the front row would help signs signaling their opposition to the Bill. Republican Representative John Reagan. The Bill sponsor said the Bill is needed due to confusion calls by President Barack Obama era regulations that had instructed schools to allow students to use bathrooms and locker rooms in line with their expressed gender identity as opposed to their sex assigned at birth president. Donald Trump's administration has since roll back those regulations, but Reagan says confusion remains. Congratulations to the student on the week Tory. Prater Tori is an eighth grader at coffee county middle school. Tori is the daughter of Heather Boylan and Jeffrey freighter when non in school, Tori, enjoys riding her horse named ace of base. Tori loves to play volleyball and hopes to attend. Mt. At you in play volleyball in college, Tori is interested in cosmetology because she likes to make people pretty Roslyn, pardon owner of Manchester's agent are block as been inspired to recognize great kids at our committee all through the hockey season. What is hockey season have to do with our local students H&_R block gives a student other week?.
NFL free agency: All the latest signings
"NFL free agency officially opens for business this afternoon, but stars are already on the move sports with Adam Kaufman. Defending champion patriots of reach the big game the last three years, but there may be more parody in the AFC. This fall Steelers still have Ben Rothlisberger. But a superstar receiver and running back moved on Antonio Brown traded to the raiders and after a year off lady on bell opted to join the jets four year deal with the max value of sixty one million dollars, including thirty five mil guaranteed giants traded perennial thousand yard receiver Odell Beckham junior to the Brown. Seal team, former chief star Kareem hunt, former Super Bowl MVP, Nick foles got paid by the Jaguars golden Tate, still available, but Cole Beasley and John Brown. Picked the bills all the while. Patriots. Coach Bill bell checks been vacationing and his players leaving Trey flowers lions Cordeiro Patterson bears, Trent Brown, raiders, Eric. Rowe dolphins pants were reportedly interested in reuniting with Danny amendola, but he landed in Detroit there Adam Humphreys pursuits, but the receiver pick the titans bats did place. A second round tender on corner Jonathan Jones and original round tender on Josh. Gordon in the event tease
"cordeiro" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
"Grunk with everything if you see grunk technique and blocking I don't know if it's always been that perfect. But it's very similar to Duane. They got two tight ends that could probably play tackle for a couple of different teams. If they wanted that ask the help out. Plus, you got the devil in character, which is a fucking steamroll in the backfield. And then you go running back who hit it. I mean, Sony Michelle, it's that. Fucking thing. He is talent by the way. Lazy? I all American. Lazy eye all American Sony missile news, James white is making play dates for her James, white Sony. Michelle Devlin, you got two tight ends that are basically tackles blocking. Then you've got Eshelman Dorsett. Ran a four three. I think a four two four three that teams got just as many weapons as as anybody else in its. Korol Patterson returning kicks. I don't give he's six nine. I mean, literally traffic's nine he throws about thirty five forty each return. He's just cribs. He's exactly just crib. So the reason why kickoff returner is do well and some don't whoever can get to top speed, the fastest. It's all fear, by the way. It's all enough fear. But it's all mental he who can get to top speed. The fastest is normally the most dangerous kickoff returner because you see a lot of people like picked like they're trying to figure out where they wanna go. Maybe they want to send it and cut it Cordeiro Patterson returns, just like cribs as soon as he gets the fucking ball. He's going there's no there's no thought of like, okay. Let's do this. Let's do that Cordeiro. Patterson gets the top speed as fast as he possibly can. And it's very difficult to tackle that guy on kickoff as we could see you gotta hit touchback, but whenever it's freezing outside that's difficult to hit. It's very difficult to hit very difficult and also sometimes Cordeiro Patterson. We'll take a knee whatever it's just a yard in. It's interesting when the patriots choose to let the return happen. And when they choose not to it's almost it's almost like. Just I'm just gonna twenty fun. Hey, we need a go for for the forty. It's everything they do over. There is very fucking smart. It's Bill like day after they win the Super Bowl and gronk announces he retires belch. It goes into his house goes until he's home office flips up a laptop accesses some satellite zooms in some tied in from eastern Illinois in his backyard. Yup. Entire. But he knows about this animal. It'd be like from eastern Kentucky the next Jack..
This kickstarter company makes military-grade swag for your pet
"You and the whole team at American Dogar some of my favorite people in the pet industry. So it's a thrill for me to have on heavy on tonight. Oh, well, thank you. It's likewise. I'm sure that everyone would agree with me on my team that you are we just love working with you. Thank you for that. So tell us all what is the backstory out an American dogs. Start was kind of the trigger point for deciding to come into the pet industry. And what was the origin story of American dog? Sure. So our background is is in and manufacturing. And we have a lot of experience with really high end products attacked, co-products, and fashion products, fitness products. And we also had a couple of other lines in the pet industry over the years. And so we have an opportunity to design a manufacturer line of private label made in USA toys for a large retailer. And course, we were delighted it was really exciting. And so, you know, kind of jumped on it and after months of designing and prototyping and literally we had we had prototype lake. All of our factory the deal fell through and that was kind of a result of just margin constraints and some other some other situations. And so we couldn't go forward with it. And it was really hard on us. We didn't realize how emotionally attached we had gotten to the to the project. So we sat around and kinda lick our wounds for months. And after a few months of just kinda, you know, kicking it around. We decided that we really felt like we were on to something. We felt like we had a really great concept. It was right in our name because we all the products we were designing work in two thousand ten year Cordeiro that were really used to working with owner tactical side. So we know it's really tough. And so we decided you know, what we're gonna we're gonna forge ahead with this. We're gonna continue to design some some really cool, interactive toys, and we're going to move ahead and launch our own brand. So we debated over a lot of names and couldn't believe their American dog was available and matched it up and decided to launch on Kickstarter and the rest is history. Cool. Hey before we jump into the Kickstarter. If you mentioned a couple of things I want to make sure have clarity for the audience private-label when you say private label. Can you just define what that means? So when we work with other companies who want to have their own product line, and they wanna have their name on it. We will work with folks like that. We do that as you know with you guys, but we're really passionate about, you know, co branding more than just private labeling. So usually, we'll we'll have it be powered by American dog on a strike or side of our business that is one hundred percent private labeling. So we would strike or does is we basically designed manufacturer for other American brands as a people that wanna make their stuff here in the US perfect, and you mentioned tactical products a couple of times can you do time for folks what that means. So tackle products being military products. That are used on the battlefield we make a lot of we've over the years made a lot of rocks and holsters, and you know, really durable products that actually are used by soldiers. Yeah. It's really interesting with you guys, especially as a manufacturer in the part of your manufacturing is for the pet industry to come from that background of making really tough military grade staff knowing materials that go into it. I was pretty one. It's really unique. Or as you said, it's pretty. Pretty interesting. Absolutely. We had a unique perspective sort of I feel like it kind of gave us an edge. Just because what we know on the other side of our business, and we were kind of flirting with that idea, but it's really become its own animal over these years integrate. Yeah, exactly. And you know, we're very creative group. So it's it's always like what if we do this? And I wonder if this would work, but we just don't box ourselves in we're sort of out of the box thinkers, and so we've kind of push the limits, and we're really excited with what we've done so far what we feel like we're going to do going forward.
"cordeiro" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"The the restaurant story. You know, Vietnamese, Vietnamese, no fun. It's P H O. But it's pronounced fuck. And there is a great story about a far to be careful restaurant. And you gotta hear this. I'll get to that in just a bit. Oh, hey, before I got to calls sue tell calls of you right there. I'm trying to blow through as many as I can quickly regarding the wall, the border, illegal, aliens, etc. I saw this yesterday. I just didn't get around to it. We were so jammed Mexico is going to regulate three hundred seventy illegal border crossings on the Guatemala border. Well, how flip and Luigia? Of course, the Mexican government can do more in preventing illegals from breaking into their country in transit to get to our country. Like oh, migrant caravans. Yeah. This is from the Associated Press yesterday. Mexican government says it'll put guards at some three hundred seventy excuse me, cough time. Okay. Feel that the Mexican government says it'll put guards at some three hundred seventy illegal crossing points along the southern border of Mexico and Guatemala. The Mexico interior secretary is not set a date for complicating the task of securing the poorest border Olga. Sanchez Cordeiro said the crossings will be guarded and control to prevent the entry of undocumented people. Well, Lou.
Texans' Deshaun Watson took bus to avoid plane pressure
"Doesn't need to take. So you as a coach as an owner GMC and you need to get out of bounds. You need to slide. You need to not be taking these crazy hits second leading rusher. Among quarterbacks in the NFL is Shawn Watson. Specifically the game that jumps out to me where he took such a beating was against the Cowboys that Sunday night game in in Dallas Arlington. Jerry's world whatever it is. I mean, that's where he really was beaten up taking shots on designed runs and all of that. And it was something that I think has and will continue to impact his season moving forward. But basically if this games in this games in London late. Let's say the Texans are in that London game. They're going to their backup today. He couldn't handle that flight either they're going to backup or they're saying we're going to risk it. And fly you there or you fire up like a cruise ship. The crew a boat in you get there in time for kickoff. And I'm not saying like, we're not saying to Shawn Watson was kicking a greyhound style. Waiting in line for the latrine at the back of the bus or anything. It was pretty probably did it in style is probably like a prom, probably a prom bus on steroids. Yeah. It was probably like Philip rivers is like personal deal that he does from San Diego from north San Diego County to L A every week or Carson river Sadia, MS. But like, that's I mean, that's that's scary. For a franchise quarterback scary for anybody. But especially the Shawn Watson that was straight talk. Brought to you by straight talk wireless, nationwide coverage on America's largest, most dependable four G LT networks while we were sharing injury war stories, and I'll have anything to contribute to that outside of shredding shredding some ankles playing basketball when I was growing up our the doctor's like, you know, you're gonna need surgery to really fix this. And I was like, yeah, I'm not gonna play in the NBA. I'm not gonna play in college. So I I think a good while you're scarred tissue. Pretty bad. I was like. Yeah. That's all right. Anything anything that takes away from the focus on my face or? A second. I thought your shredding other people's ankles, but you actually reading your own ankles. I went up I that's good. Here's Baghdad gears up one of my tried for a for a pin? Block backwards. Bill jumped tried to pick up on the backboard landed on his foot and another time tried to jump and do some I shouldn't have been doing I legitimately. I was like I could try to I try to like either dunk this or do you like a really cool layup where he slapped the backboard and. Yeah, landed on someone's foot both times it was awful while we were Yemen about that the bears have recovered a patriots fumbles setting them up first and ten from New England's twenty four is Cordeiro Patterson who fumbled on the kickoff after the bears field goal on New England's defense doing its part. So far standing up forcing third and six for Trubisky and company from about the fifteen yard lines. We'll keep you updated on that. Meanwhile, the Garrett blunt continues to have a yards per carry of about one or two as the lions are set up in the red zone. But now facing fourth in short. So we'll keep you updated on what happens with them down in Miami. Where the land. Are already up seven nothing. While you were given that up. Right after the fumble Mitch Trubisky just pulled the absolute Houdini act, and it was a Patrick Mahomes esque scramble and run for a touchdown. I mean, he got in. He got in. He got it was the play had to have lasted ten seconds. Absolutely ridiculous. The hustle by the old line, and he almost just walked in. And right right inside the pylon. He did kind of look see he was slowing down. I thought he was going out of pounds. Like he sorta I in right now Trubisky has more rushing yards then passing yards. He's two of seven for twenty two passing yards. And with that that's an average of three point one yards per attempt. But he's got four carries for thirty five rushing yards and a touchdown elsewhere in that game. I mean, he's completed both his passes to trae Burton. So to for twenty two with Tom Brady five of eight for fifty three passing yards and a touchdown to Julian Edelman who has three grabs for twenty six. Let's go back to MetLife stadium. Vikings
Jarvis Landry has lobbied Cleveland Browns to trade for Odell Beckham Jr.
"That in the near future I've had a bit of dialogue, with Aaron and we're hopeful we get something done that for a Rams. Head coach. Sean McVeigh via Gary Klein of, the, LA times the deadline August seventh. Today Scott till two pm today to report to camp in. Order to make this season count towards free agency, but by all accounts these two, sides are very very far apart in contract. Talks just as they were last year in Foxborough the New England Patriots let go third year wide receiver Malcolm Mitchell a guy Who played a starring role in the team's twenty, eight three comeback, come back from down Twenty-eight three against the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl fifty one but he's had knee. Problems for the past, year missed all the two, thousand seventeen season spent a lot of time this off season at the team's, facility trying to, rehab that knee the knee examined again. On July twenty third It hasn't been practicing and training camp so the patriots cut them loose which means no Malcolm Mitchell no Julian element for, the first four games of the season wide receiver. Room still, interesting, Chris HOGAN Phillip door set Cordeiro Patterson Eric decker Kenny bread. Couple of young guys but that room will not. Include Malcolm Mitchell who is trying to author. Quite the comeback after missing all of last year and a player who will always go down and. Patriots lower for what he did in that, Super Bowl, comeback against the Atlanta Falcons speaking of wide. Receivers Odell Beckham junior we talked about his contract standoff with the New York Giants one that I saw described, this morning. As friendly he's gonna play for the giants this, year it's unlikely that, Beckham's going, to be playing for anybody else in two thousand, eighteen or twenty nineteen but according to one of his closest friends he's quote definitely interested in playing for another NFL team that friend is Jarvis Landry new acquisition this off. Season The, Cleveland Browns Landry and Beckham played with each other at LSU. Landry told Cleveland dot com of things like that. Are able to happen in the team can. Make it happen then why not he definitely would be up for it he would be according to. Mary Kay cabinet of Cleveland dot com Landry, indicated the, Beckham one of his best friends in the. League has told him he'd wanna play for the Browns And on his part Landry says they've had quote talks Good too excited Beckham is still under contract. For the giants with the giants for this coming season he's in training camp besides the negotiating Odell Beckham junior's a very good bad. To be a New York giant, in two thousand nineteen but if you're a Browns fan I guess you can dream by the way more from Jarvis Landry on the quarterback situation with the Cleveland Browns Baker. Mayfield, and tyrod Taylor Jarvis, Landry with, our Diana.
Us, Nba and Congress discussed on The Dana Barrett Show
"Service where he remembered the officers killed in the line of duty they lived every day of their lives by that most sacred calling to serve and protect he said his administration stands with police one hundred percent and that fallen officers are gone but not forgotten today every american heart bleeds blue greg clugston the white house now that the us supreme court has cleared the way for states to legalize sports betting the race is on to see who will referee the multibillion dollar business at gambling on pro and college games the nfl nba and others want congress to set uniform nationwide rules on sports gambling for allstate saying the integrity of athletics is at stake this is townhall dot com the carolina panthers are reportedly being sold for an nfl record two point two billion sean manager david tougher is agreed to by the panthers from team founder jerry richardson that's according to parties familiar with the negotiations the purchase would be subject to a vote at the nfl owners meeting next week in atlanta the price tag is the most ever paid for an nfl franchise eclipsing the one point four billion paid for the buffalo bills back in twenty fourteen rich thomasson reporting right hander jordan lyles came within five outs of the first perfect game in san diego padres history before allowing a single to traverse story and a four nothing victory against the colorado rockies lyles who moved into the rotation just last week retired the first twenty two rockies batters before story single with one out of the eighth inning landed just in front of filter franci cordeiro more of these stories at townhall dot com patrick fos the bible says be not deceived whatsoever man so at that chile also reap on wall street do you know where your money is keep on issues where we align reality with truth conservative talk radio you can count on financial issues.
Palestinian mourn dead in Gaza as protests continue
"With a hail of gunfire gina hospitals nomination to become cia director's getting a big boost from senator mark warner the democrat saying he supports hassle palestinians continue to bury their dead after the most violent day in gaza since two thousand fourteen the bloodshed comes as the us opened its embassy in jerusalem funerals being held for nearly sixty palestinian protesters killed during confrontations with israeli forces on the gaza border palestinians have been demonstrating on the border for several weeks yesterday's protests marked the nursery of israel's creation back in nineteen forty eight the rockies just did not swing the bats today and it was former rocky jordan lyles on the mound for the san diego padres lyles perfect into the eighth inning until story hits it towards left that's gonna break it up drops in front of the leftfielder cordeiro and the street goes on fans will rise and give a standing ovation to jordan lyles he goes seven and a third perfect forever story breaks it up jack corrigan with the call the padres do go on to win it's shutting out the rockies who got only that one hit the final score four to nothing rockies have an off day tomorrow before they begin a series with another division rival san francisco.
How Diet and Exercise Can Prevent Alzheimer's Disease
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Vietnam commemorates 50th anniversary of My Lai massacre
"Live from npr news in washington i'm nora raum russia holds a presidential election sunday one which the current president vladimir putin is expected to win npr's mary louise kelley is in moscow she says officials are trying to encourage turnout the government set up tents at the polling places where they're going to be serving coffee and food and the whole this is what soviets used to do and the idea was it's a party vote russia is set to expel british diplomats to retaliate for britain's expulsions of russian diplomats yesterday twentythree russians were kicked out in response to the poisoning of a former british spy and his daughter in england earlier this month a ceremony was held in vietnam today to remember the me massacre that occurred fifty years ago today us soldiers had killed more than five hundred vietnamese mostly elderly men women and children michael sullivan reports the ceremony was attended by vietnamese survivors and family members of those who died among others the vietnam amis expressing their sorrow but also the need for forgiveness us vietnam war veterans were also there and spoke of their remorse regret and sorrow for what had taken place at me lie federal authorities are trying to determine why a pedestrian bridge collapsed onto a highway near miami yesterday at least six people were killed rescue workers continue to search for anyone still trapped in the rubble but officials say they don't expect to find any more survivors i'm nora raum npr news in washington and i'm richard hake on wnyc in new york these six months anniversary of hurricane maria is in just a few days and many people in puerto rico still lacked power or drinking water wnyc's danny lewis says some displays puerto ricans living in new york city will mark the occasion by marching on washington fortyoneyearold nelly bell cordeiro came here in december after her home in artists cbo was destroyed since then she struggled to care for her three children while taking online classes to finish her degree in special education cordeiro has been living in houghton tells with federal assistance and she's afraid of what will happen if she loses that help i cannot go back to work vehicle day who can see some beginning june one again no i can i can cordeiro says she will be joining.